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THE ARIZONA KEPUBLICAN:' THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1901.
HT THIS OUR THE DA YS'OF TIGHT BELTS .'ARE OVER" CLI MO-SURFACE TME BEST LEATHER PRESERVATIVE KNOWN) S,i''i'';'",;1"'1'y ALL BELTS WILL TRANSMIT GREATER POWJTR AND .3 RUN PERMANENTLY LIKE with iwsiiiuiv no mjpping rso nor boxes - ;MO TAKINOi tiPNCCESSARY. ' BELTS ARE SOFX. PLIABLE AND ABSOLUTELY AATrD.DDnnr ai-i ctu e-i i i e-r- iait ii " . . '.v. ' . . rz; " "l. ' send to us tor tests CLI nU"3U KrALL.Bv prof, carpcmter of. . 'rah A W. .THAYER PHOENIX. ARIZONA. 124 to 126 E. Washington Street. 127 to 133 E. Adams Street. REMEMBER THE WHITE HORSE IN FRONT. AMUSEMENTS $ Much Interest Is manifested throujrn out the community in the recital which Mrs- Uerryman, assisted by some or th beat local talent, intends to give at th-j opera , house next . Thursday. October 22 which will be the first entertain ment given this month in this theater. Mrs. Berryman has the reputation :f having: extraordinary histrionic talent and will render some of her best elocu tionary selections, embracing emotion al, humorous and some excellent imi tations. A few years ago Mrs. Eerry man. then Miss Lowery. won the first prize medal in the graduation exer cises of her college out of a class ot sixty students, and she was the young est aspirant for this coveted prize. Th.? programme will -be of unusual merit throughout, and none should fail to at tend. The sale of tickets Is alreaiy large and no doubt a crowded hous" wl!l be present. FALL i-SSAGIE Tickets are now on sale at the Brirley drug store, the Adams Hotel Phar macy, for Mrs. Berryman-s recital for the 22nd. Reserved seats may be se cured without extra charge. A SUCCESSFUL MAN Something of the Life and Work of . Hon-1). m. jrerry. The Dctroii Courier in a recent edi torial reviewing" the lessons -to be Ivair.eJ -fmm the i-elebreilan nf the I city's bi-e-e.nt'?nn.iry, also makes ex- untied msntioniiof the lessors to be i learned' by studying the life work of the men who made ?h city what it is. In tL ectirse erf the 'tutorial extended mention ia made of. Mr. D M. Ferry. who is wc 1 known in this vali?y as an i investor and a fiiend of Arizona. , Jte ' -numbeis among his friends her;, cr j should, all rvho have'hai the ideasure j of meeting 'him, cr. 1 raary whj know, him c::ly by reputation. They will en- j joy iv-aain; t:-e follo wing special men- i turn of Mr. r vrry in the art:;:!e re ferred ,o: "Of such a evats nn? the jinnee-is cf the 0s. who pijnn?d the commercial and marvufactui ing industries c" Dft- trjit. Filch end' ull are entitlrj to cc.mmen.lation r:mmeniurale with i their efforts and surce.-E: a;id in thi. elas-s is io bf irun!ii:n:d prtmincncly the name of Hon. Dexter Mason Fer- . ry. v. ho vs a public s.rtri.t-d citizen. . pliijimtliroptSt ' anJ su;:.rf ul busi ngs mar, is repre.' ntative cf 41 that marks the worthy ani smves."f ul citi zen, an! c-t i'.':s; personal cor.tribu t;cn lt the moral life and busings suceiis. wrought through th." channels rf hard tcil and sterling ir.tegiity. but iit.'lc is reiliz.d by his fe-llow tow-name 3. .7 - Jir.J'.ny (i 'rleh: h- is Inrtusn.kil: has built a'nd . ontro s tl'-L- biggest ceel fai-tory i: the world; l. ligr.irt?d. yet an ab'e in all his ways of life and was rec:ntly a candi-Ia;.- fur governor all Ihia is su;H;rn:-:alI- kn.-wn of bii Th 3 Int-ref. ins aijj profliable t.ury c,t Mr. Ferry's li to the yuuns man . who aspires t. hjnorcj and worthy ritizenehip re-quires closer study. Its record' is a familiar one of the farm iijf striving tor an educati-n: ent'r Cks upon tlw; fc ruckle for existence wh in h Fh rjld yet have been in scitool: tht $10 a mnr. h e-Krk tn bmk fiore: his arrival In Detroit in lH'yl. r.i i: entranc-c ln.t the e d busi ness In. a mo.1'8t way in 1856. as a inior iartncr in the pioneer seed houre of Mhihigan: and the gradual and syfternitic bui:ding up of that business un.il It extinded i:s influence to every nook and corner of the civ ilized world. It reel-tea the rise of the bcok clerk to the directorate sroe of th? leading financial ln-nltutir.ns of the tua&i: also cf the d.-vc 'ion of time ar.'l energy In tne bui ding of chari table institutions, hospitals, ani in the provision t f public parks and the per formance cf othjr duties which usual ly devoiv-e upon public rpirited and re srn.ible citizen?. "Mr. Ferry's fortun-e was largely-a t-min-cd by his success as a seed1 mer-e-h-anrC. ITe has hien a. director of li First National bank rf Detroit since its reorganization In 1S6::, and is now' 1; president, ia alra lirst vice president f the Wayn-j County Savings bank, and erne of the Incorporators and pre3 iCint of the Standard Lif? & Acci dent In.uianee company, anil is ai.-o Pi-jsiden-L of the I'rtion Trust company. He tirved as on-a-of .t? trustees cn the Bc3x3 oT trustees ethetHivet cjl'ear:, and cf Htarpr arid Orac? hospitals, a-nd is a sturcry "supporter of tha Art Mureum of which he Is prerldcnt. "Mr.-FViTy has .be n a life long re publican, but has rarely sought for political honor. F? r neil on the park commission in ?xS4-18iS: was a mem ber of the bear I cf es:".mates in 1H7H. 'II m " ir 1 1 r rl wa 1 : I eLOflK flNB STBIN-'S 1 gOIT HOUSE 1 w , WsabiziKton Mad becond Bts. BHHBHaaBaKaxasBEiHSMnaiiW Talehona 2S81 B Grand Fall Opening You're Invited I To the Ladies of Phoenix The most elegant line of Fall Gooes will be shown in Tailor-Made Suits, Skirts and Waists. We sell the Marquise Waist. It is the best fitting waist in the CDuntry. Large selection of raw mater ials for Suits and Skirts. Our Tailoring Department is noted for Riding Habils, , Fit and Workmanship. Our New Fall arc hoId a Rtce SliitS request a ca rom Yu They will be mnmrowgy delighted to welcome you at any time. The SUITS are very handsome, and it will please them to receive your admiration, you will find them in all the NEW STYLESy4lI here ready to greet you. Don't disappoint' them, for they' are expecting you ani send youthis message COME In 1S96 ho Fuccee3c-d Hon. ixvs Me- C W3kWW3v1SL Miliar chair.ran of th rt;tiMI !' ! . f.iite inntial conm.itt. tin irc:id':nVlcl c-nmtais"n of tiiat y ar In Mirhigan. to decisive victory. In lUOOhe was himse!f a -raniidaie tn. Krtvetn :r. art! 'a though or-r:!y tho choice of r;ie l;e: think?r an 1 IpS !frs of hie party, wja & featcd for the njmin3tin by a reries nf , circum-ctar:c- rr.i tha intiuenc? if sre-In.I '.nrorts.iii what was perhaps th? rncst cxv.ins- antc-nomlr.ji;i'in c-am-pan- in ihf hlftorj- of the Ftc'o. H:j C;ftt was robbed of ::s s:!r-.T by evary rlrt'UniTtanre which i-c ntribu ;rl t it. . Mr. Ferry is s i I in t'.:z fuli vlficr of life ant it J.r .h rptn! ex preeel wlf-h of miry trat hia am1l lion to at:xin the Y.nr. r of ru I.ir over the slate in which he re fcoen such a wcrt!:y citiziti, ef.iaii y-.t be gratified." X. Tortcr Saddle & limners jCo. for Hand Made Fad dies and Harness, made of bst grade cf leather; we warrant it. Also expert carriage trimmer em- ployed. Satisfaction guaranteed. 142 SMALLPOX. Additional Loca 1 c:.hlUL'lt a ' si ' MIKE 13 nh AD. Mi:;e. n Chinaman well known about town, died last night after a. iingerirg illness. STOCK SHIPMENT. T. P. Bar.ta. shipped from Tempe yesterday thre i-arlcad of r"-airy and'.rither stock f KioAirg Wells. Cal. IXPPF.'CTION TItlP. Superintend cnt B. F. Porter of the M. & P. spent ye.neiday at the oila bridge inspeetln the new construction work. A SHORT VISIT.."-. E. Fritsche. fjimerly a resident of thi valley, but now located at Lebanon, III., came in Monday morning on business and left again last night .via the southern roue for his eastern home. AS MEAN AS MI'KDKR-Fome mis creant who would kill a man or woman if Jie were not Afraid he . would be caught at it and hanged, last nigtt polroned to death a very valuable do: belonging to Jock Blinkhorn. THE WILLIAMS CASE. Justice Oray yesterday called upon I. W. Will- Smallpox Is cured at any stage, and lami. who Is confined to his bed by :i also prevented, by Adaxuka. Cure I broken leg. and held a short session of guaranteed. At all druggists In Phoe nix. J1.00 per box. HEME'S A BI.1 BR VAX TRCST. Will Form a Cotton Oiowcr.' Co.-nbiiu tci Overwhelm, the Cotton Trust. Bos'.ip.. Oct. 16 rje jrge F. Was'j burn. rrvsident- cf the Commonwealtn club of Massachusetts, formerly the Bryan club, who went abioad last Jmy to inver.tlgate- the feasibility of form ing a $rQ.0Oi),000 co-operativev cotton trust in opposition to the Cotton trus. has returned to Boston. He says hi Dr. Hibbard ORADTJATR of Harvard Wedi cl College, ex- United Htaton Pen non txtminer, nno Iefa ing Spnctaiivt in chrinlc and diflictiit ruse. IMood, bkin. Kidner, Urinary. Bladder, Private ana Sexatl dii-cHKoa, nominal weakness with exhausted vitalitv rwrmauentlr i-urd. Can. oers and CKternal growth removed with out the knife or aevere xnannrei. The reason of Dr. Hibhnrd's remarkable nucreM ia ane 10 nis long experience and exceptional ahiliiy in treating complicated and liitrli-nte diacaaea. flnce your eaue in hia hnndu tiz.l be dealt with honestly and rcicntlficajjy. Ke member be devotes bio entire time and atudy to chronic diseea. Jf pohnible Always be Examined by an Expert. II unable to call write Ireely and confidentially. 34 any cane yield to Home treatment. Heferencea: All th Banks, and prominent b"ftinees men of thai city. Consultation, in person or by letter, free. Honrs: lo to fl, I to a, and C to 7. Office and J-aborury, 20-28 8. Second Avenue, it i fa bard HuiJUing, Phoenix, Arisona. trust Louis, with warehouses and sliippin tenter at Memphi. "My affsociatos are determined." said Mr. Washburn tonight, "that this ro operailve irt shall be autilcipntly powerful, financially and nuriiericily, to protect the cotton fcrowers of4 th- pouth and absolutely control that mar ket in the interest of hisiur prk-es for rotten. I: Is not intended as a philan thropic or reform movement, but rath rr as a plain business Hcheme to m:-t the existing totton trur.t on its own ETcund. "t'nllko orjenniz d labor, the cotton growers are men of means, and. united, can catily control the cotron product rf the country. In- fact, they raise o larso a proportion of the cotton cmp of the wori.I, that when they once a.t In concert they can hold Tnoir own crop for higher prices and prnc ucally con trol the cotton market aivrr tnercby re s:h:e living prices to the producer. If this syst.-m rucrcds it will be followi-d by co-operative wheat and corn truwt- in the we.'t. v "The steel ntrike unly emphasises th" titter helplessness of lnbor and the neen. of -o-ipcration. Th? only way to hat a trust is to organize a bigger anr! b-.- Producer." court. He pleaded net guilty to thf j charf? of drawfnjr a reo!ver on Otto J Fritt ?he, and his case was set fr Or ioter y at 10 o'clock. WEnDINti ANN'OrNTEMENT. Friends in this city have received carJ3 announcing the wedding f Miew Mm Olivia Nobbs and Mr. Hugh MacKeun Jones in Pittsburg, Fa., on 3ctober 24th. The jimum to be is well known in this city, having spent several win ter her. He is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. 5tcx M. H. Junes of Pittsburg nnd a brother In law" of Brisks Good rich of Phoenix. m TH K SOl'TH EKN TI1IP. eor . 11 have headquarterfl at St j Huxton. secretary of the Phoenix base- bail team, yesterday te;eived wnr 1 from the Hisbee team that thy tauld not play the Phoenix hc;.3 on this trip. I but would le triad to meet thvm a lit tie later. Their only available time foi j!ayinf Is on Sur:lay, oni the Phoenix team cannot go to Bisbee on .SumlHV without layinff over a week. They will leave hero Ft idny nljjht for Tucson, where they Hie to p:jy on Satunl.iy ard Sunday with the Tucpon club. DlFFEHINfl OPIXIONP. It is sa! 1 that the membership qf the Pre.Mbyte--inn church is divided over the iue.-'-tion aa to wh play the orpa.i. Mr. William Kdaun StrcbiidRe has leen tht orfcHni.-t for pome time, and it 1b reported- that he ha J stated to certatn pei sons that he did not like the pastor. The members wh like the pastor bet ter than Mr. StrobridK asked him if that was so anil he replied that It wa. Anked if h would ro to thc ae perso-na and withdraw the statement, he replied that he would not. They then asked him to resign and he refused to-do so. jmorc tioooixa hkke. judfTc Goodinff. formerly chiitf jiiti.V of ArU z;:ra. Is htre from 1c.a Anse'.s on a yiMt alter an amende of a yiixr cn 1 a aftem-nt. ha r. He says be ihfnks J hoenix h-as made some nctable Improvement? KA RLY-FA I-RFAX. W"--hinsion, Oc-t. 11. Today's wed--ln of. Miss Annie Ear'y. cfaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Karlv of this city, and) Mr. Arnold Randolph Fair- I fax. was attended by a largre number ! of society people. The bride is a jrranddauffhter of Goneral Juhal A. j Kaily of the confederate army, while ' the ?rooin is the third in line. of suc cession to- the Fairfax peerage, beins a cousin of the present peer. ihi Hotel A'jim h? pnintv-d out the huildins's which were- then In- view aaj ' tt'hl J he saw yerterday for the flrrt tlmt. They included th -extension tJ the tStronJ block, all the buiidins cn j the Got;atich property south r.f Acin I t'lrtet a:;d between Gtnter and Firs; -t t;-eeL., ih Jcnes . bit-;k, corr:r Cen- j ter cr.xl Washington. Nlehr.lson block, the r.w buildinxrs cf It. Allyn Lew's ; iLixl iTiarles O'.nofrio. t.ie adoition to ti.e Wir.teia block, the Talbot bull Jin? ami a number of otherp. In fac;, he raid that' wa a b.ttcr snowing: thti.i he exptctfd to tee from one Eta-nd-foin;. ar.J he thinks Adams street is at! risht. I'cr that matter he thinks all or Phvenix, a-nei all cf Arizona, is ail riht. "and predicts- a great future fcr the t.r-Laie. H nrys h? Is now wlKir j to join with th ? other property owner between Center Ktree: nnd the pofci.!Rce cn th-- north sid? o Arlam. and bui d up all the vacant space f.iat i now in evidence. In that event. Adams Btt-t-t wou.d "have prac:ica!ly iwo e.lld bljk cf bu?in??3 houses on ea .h, -de. Shoe and Clothing House Bernerribei' Our Free employment Offiee . Mrs. K. M. Mosher Is prepared tn make the latest styles in tailor-made gowns. ' Call and examine samples of the latent imported novelties in suit ings. Mrs. Mosher nlll.alEo make ac cordeon and knife pleating, pinking and tailor., buttons. AceOrdeon pleat ins a specialty. The Bear and iiie Dogs Show Today The Wakelin Grocer Co. A?k your grocer for Mermaid Queen Washins; Powder. There is No Man i V I ' too iHrRe that our tape will not reirh around. It is a frreat source of satis faction to hear our customers when make tht-m a Suit to sjy ft will ad vertise your busineps. We h: ar such remarks every day. Our fine line of j importations are In great demand. Nicholson Thu.,"c 43 WEST WASI1IXC.TOX ST. Established 1SS9. Telephone 29CV I I I I The Detroit Formerly Mills tloiifc. 618-61 w. WaAhiiiK'on Mreot. O. U. Kldr.tlKe. I'mnrictor. Keir n.Mti- Rten reasenablc. Lrrn l!nnn h tne iMy, vck or Monin. keonm With or ' - i t ui u fy t it jia . i- that. time. Stand in3 en the ccrner by r..onT.iJ ' The Bear's Pharmacy Will be a RI"SY plare tojay. Our FPONllt-PHAMMY GIRL will be on exhibition in cur BAST window and our FAMOI'S COLD t'l'RE Capsules will be male In countless numbers In our WtST window. SHOW your KOTS and GIRLS the SPONGE pi-1. (iVll SPKCIAL invitation to EVERY BODY that catches COLD at the sho.v is to call tn and Ret a sample of Ol'i": COLD (TRE FREE and stop It. Remember ou (ret what you ASK f.ir at BEAR'S Keystone Pharmacy, Opp. City Hall. (SEE Our Windows.) MMUtfUBllJI!WUUIL..IIIIMI IB I 1 v i Sole Agents for BOSS FLOUR, The Wakelin Grocer Co. NEW RESTAURANT iMiuu bui oam (.mug,. -ropn etors. New dinlnt room ia .guar anteed to be the coolest and most comfortable in the city. Firstclass rneall at all hours. Patronage solicited. 25-27 South Center street. Phoenix. ' i New Our Ftork of Xew Yarns is now ular kins to be hr.i.- You can and this fact will no doubt be vicinity wno nave occasion to ci. mplete and comprises all the most por- nr. d almost any shade desired in our lin ap predated by the ladies of Phoenix an 1 I use these goods and have heretofore ha-1 l tsm A UCIIST IlESEKVOIR. East Liverpool. O.. fJet. 16. The city reservoir, "containing ten million gal lons, burst today d,ing $150,000 damag-. No lives were dost. A. BRADLEY Undertaker and Embalmer LADY EMBALMER Graduate Chicago College of Embalming to attend v Ladies and Children , 'Fhone, 841 216 West Washington Street, fboenlx. Arizona KEEP YOUR FRIEDMAN, THE "'PAWNBROKER, who can help you in time of need, and you can always find him at 41 North Center, where he Is open for any fair deal, and has bargains for everyone in unredeemed pledfres. such as w atches, diamonds, shotguns, rifles and revolvers. Arizona ' Loan Office 4 1 North Center Street. Ne-ar Hotel Adam. Weiler s Mtat Warketj Kext Door to Postcffice The best of evfr rilling. Ttur btcued Meats a specialty. to be content with whatever shades were to be found In town. Shetland Floss German Knitting Saxony Germantowh Split Zephyr Zephyr. we nave also a run line of the wooden crochet hooks, with each oi.e of which 13 given full Instruction s for making the popular umbrel i shawls. Why not make one? Th ey are decidedly useful and stylish. and one of them would make a m ost accentable Christmas eift for orv of your friends. Be-ides. the making of one Is avery simple matter, being more of a J pleasure than otherwise, and afte r starting one you will .find In ever' i row of stitching a new fascination try it. j Everything necessary can be found at the 'Art department. I t i t 'THE BEST ALWAYS' A WEILER, - - Proprietor