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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATU1! DAT MORNING, DECEMBER - 28, 1901.
4 We've Got 'Em Now! Poultry Men Now is the time to start your hatching. We have in stock a full line of Incubators and Brooders, the best ever made. . . .. .. .'.A .. t'ttV, A, 'tt'tt'i V . t ' I The Prairie State SHOE S We Have Been Out of Winchester Repeating Shot Guns for'a couple of weeks. The reat iron and steel strike East has maile Win chester goods hard to get. We received a nice shipment yesterday; and have more on the way. Our stock now comprises 12 era. rep?at'.n Hhotgims both solid frame smd lake-down models. Our prices you will always lim! lower than elsewhere in Arizona, models the very latest, 'and the stocks are shortened and given more drop than ordinary, so they tit you, ind. best of all. we do not rent our new guns, and keep them in glass eaes it all times, jn 1 hey are not second-hand or "shop-worn." You know, we are in the OI.'X 1'11S1N,KSS. It is no sl.le Hue with us. Also a complete assortment of feeding troughs, drinking pans, etc., etc. : : : : 13 and 15 East Washington St D. H. BIIRT1S, Pinney & Robinson GUNS. BICYCX.ES. CAMERAS. Established 1887. Phona 1471. TYPEWRITERS, SPORTING GOODS. 40 North Center SU. Phoenix. You Might Just as Well try to go to liea veil a horseback as to get old, stale coffee that equals our Smoking Hot, Crisp and Aromatic Mo cha-Java Coffee. Try the sample 3'otfll get, it's only 35 cents a pound, and 3011 will find its as good as any 40 or 45 cent coffee sold by any store in Phoenix OSTRICH FARM . EXHIBIT Exhibition Yards and Salesroom Now Open to the Public. The exhibition yards of the Phoenix ostrich farm, owned by Messrs. A. Y. Iierson and Ir. (arl Von Ituck. will be opened to the public today. Just a bU'k north of the west end of the city rail way line. Considerable has been written of th5 bis ostrhh farm, though a detailed de scription -of that enterprise would require a book. The punse of this article is to tell what may be seen at the exhibition yards, which are really representative c.f the larger enterprise. The yards In Capittd .-Hidition occupy a space of four acres, including: two large runs and smaller pens for chicks and half grown birds. There is also a newly constructed building, which wilt be maintained as a. salesroom and which is fitted uo with the finest French plate plans showcases that money ran buy. In this salesroom may be found the tinr-rft assortment in the I'nited Slates of plumes, tips, pom pons, boas, fans and everything- made I new. such as hatching roojns. ineubat- !trs, brooders, burns, etc. The enterprise. whb-h bus proved a practical success. In fact, h better success here than any where in America, bus resulted In a considerable lie-net) t to this valley In an industrial sense, for beside the buylnK of the necessary rnnches and water there are employed constantly from ten to fifty men in the care of the birds and feathers. The magnitude of the en terprise can be imagined from these statements. It is a big investment and it keeps considerable money in circu lation. The fact that the exhibition yards have been ccnstricted so con veniently makes It possible for both citizen and tourist to see all. there is 10 be seen of the ostrich business and almost without an effort. HATE WOMEN'S CLOTHES j FOITND IS A BARN. Mr. A. 1. I-cyhe had hla bicycle stolen last Sat urday night from the front of an oltlce ' on A damn street. He laid low. but was nevertheless wishing all the time, that he hud the power of reasoning that the famous Sherlock Holmes possess1. 1. However, he came out all right In the end. for Sunday night the wheel was , found in the barn back of the Phoenix ! flouring mill. Kventually the wheel and i its owner were brought face to face I and introduced to each other. . GERMAN PAPER SEIZED. Bogus Pete and Johnny Come-Lately Prefer Men's Attire. IJogus Pete and Johnny une-K.itely are the names of the two female ho loe:s who came down the S. K., P. A I, line a few days ago arrayed In man's attire, and wh resorted t- wo men's clothes ngiiln upon the advice of the l'henl officers. These, of course, are not the names that were given them by their mothers. They rial not assume them, but got thctn legiti mately, each one naming the other, and they could not have been more ap propriate if conferred upon them by the high council of the Independent Order of Hoboes. They nay they adopted men's cloth ing, not" because they had to to get over the road. (r they have money for all of ostrich feather. The statement that f necessary expenses, but they shuply this is the finest is made advisediy, for I have a. morbid curiosity to view life the owners are also interested in the front a masculine standpoint. They largest feather preparing establishment knew what woir.cn have to put up with In th? country, in New York city. in ,his world, and they are anxious to When selecting goods for 'themselves nml out f the trials and tribu- thev. of course, have their choice of i la lions of poor old man. Christmas Issue Suppressed Because of an Article on "The Unemployed,' Herlin, Dec. 27. The police have confiscated the entire issue of the Verwaerts. numbering 3fl,0H copies, for publishing an article entitled .' Arbeitlos.' or "The Un employed, alleging that it incites to violence. Jt is recalled that two years agr there was a similar seizure on the occasion of the Issue of the May festival number of the paper, which is the principal organ of the social democrats. The court did not support the police on this occasion and th result was that the seizure result ed In good business for the Vorwaerts. No good 111:111 is as good and no bad w:i:nan as bad as they might be. CITY BREVITIES NOTK'K TO SCHOOL. HOARDS. feathers and in the treatment of them they can ' naturally secure the best work. This salesroom, or rather feather store, is of itself worth a visit to the grounds. Hut in the pens the greatest attrac tion lies, for there the peculiar bird ,1? seen practically on his native heath, as the greater number of them are natives 1 of Arizona or California. The big black In Coffees and Teats we have io Compet itors in Phoenix They found out considerable 011 their way down from Prescott, but even In their hobo experiences they could not rob themselves entirely of their fem ininity. When they left the mountain capital there were seven "other" men beside thern on the top of a biff box car. They were "ditched" at Iron Spring;;, to use a professional expression, but the bunch was too large for the train men to handle. While the latter were A principal of one of the schools in Arizona, a teacher of ten year experi ence and holding an educational di ploma, wishes to Inform school boards that he will be at liberty to accept position us teacher after February 1. Hest of references. Address C., Ari zona Republican. Phoenix, Ariz. Try fiasco rar for a nice, cleansing bath. For pure apple Juice go to L.ouls Mel czer'a. 75 cents per gallon. Bring your Jug. r..r, .irh .inoo,. Ki,.ir !,!,., ! I'Khtintf off the rea I men. not suppor feathers, is surely a picture of beauty, and the females are but little less at tractive. There will be about fifty birds McKee's Gash Store ins the women could loard a moving train, the girls were grabbing rods elsewhere. The train was stopped oc- ..1 the exhibition yards and they will , they wm ,m aBajn ,(.fr.(. a I be of all ages, from chicks but a few . K,J,, tart an(, ,h(, C1W ha(, ,( fc : days old to th old fellow whose age tne llaln lrl,ivl(? , 1(;i!)t p;lrl f ,e has been forgotten, for be it knon tiIno ,,. lhl,y ,.,,,, K,.t a fl)t. I that r.n ostrich is supposed to live to ; j., i,. Itn Ihlil. . rtlr , good luck may hope for his three score yenrs and ten. Probably the greatest novelty on the P. uce 1 si group 01 .uoian oirus. after ne f ,uml theni pel , hel on the The novelty does not appear by reason j t0p ,,f another .-nr. They had onlv of tbetr superior attractiveness, but by crawled ciown out or sight and reach reason of tneir history. Mr. Pearson ng across grabbed hold of the nevi ; some two years ago began an effort ' car. where they lay low till the train looKing mi me securing or a numoer or : official moved on. Nubian birds for the purpose of in- They say they are not afraid of get tuilling Tew blood into his stock. He 1 ting killed, for they are fatalists and contracted for about forty young birds, j believe if they are destined to die in After the next hatching season his bed they will never be killed on a rail- agents were able to secure but twenty road. Jf it is be at least 70 years old. and if he ha ; ,,,,, b,n,.2t,,. )n f(I-,e ... canton when the "brakey" run them down the lad der and told them to Jump for it. ho thought they had dime so. but shortly Go to Mrs. IMosher's ladles' tailoring and dressmaking parlors for satisfac tory work. All assistants first-class. Accordion pleating, knife pleating and buttons a specialty. Opera hous building. Kentcky sweet cider 60 cents per gal lon. G. W. Mardts, 212 West Wash ington street. The !ong-expeeted carload of cider has arrived. For sale by Iouls Mel czer. at 73 cents per gallon. We are handling as fine lines of shoes as can ht found in the city. Our prices are right, for carried in connection with our other goods, the ex pense of running our shoe department amounts to practically nothing. Fit and wear guaranteed and price lower than any store in the city. We make a specialty of childrcn's and babies' goods, new styles of leathers, toes and finish. Our gentlemen's and ladies' shoes are strictly up-to-date, all the new kinks in shoemaking, with wear and fit, and the price is right. See our goods and compare with others; the comparison will be in our favor. Alk ire .Co. Telephone 2741 9 and 11 East Washington Street. PHOENIX, ARIZONA chicks. They were shipped up to them to be first to mangled beneath mcvine wheel", there Hamburg-, then to Xew York .nd Phoe- la no ue trying to dodgethe istie. And 1 wiey xoi 10 I'noenix ahead nix. Thirteen of the twenty arrived hrre in pood condition, thousli their Hint feathers .were badly worn. They are now about six. months old and are as much at home after a month's resi dence in Iho?nix as though they wer so of the seven that le-ft Prescott Tvith them. As for skirts, they have an inherent dislike for them. They were both born In the east and both were permitted to wear boys' clothes born here. The Nubian ostrich is fast I till they were S or 10 years old. and b-roming an extinct species and the ( have been wc-nrliif? them ever birds secured by Mr. Pierson have cost 1 when they have an opportunity, him a. vast sum of money. Hut he ! "This is not our last trip. they sav. Caister Cong; tlunkn the investment a eoort onp. nftxTtheU-'SS. Their less and nM-ks are whit? instead of blue, as are the oth.?r Tills inorninfr a loatl of chirks but a few days out of the incubator win be brought up from the bit? farm and for their especial accommodation during the cold nights a nice new house has been built. On.-? interesting thin about an ortrich Is the method of telling the aire of a young bird. All that is necessary to arrive at the right conclusion is to have a good yard-stick, for all proierly nrganized ostriches grow a foot a month. If they are four feet high, they are four months old. Hut after ma turity the only way to tell an ostrich's advancing years is to live with him. If he lives as long as you do he is just as old as you are. But there are a hun dred little things the visitor wants to see and ask about and all is explained at the exhibition grounds by attendants there for the purpose. It inly costs a quarter, and the grounds are open seven days in the week. An Incident occurred yesterday that is illustrative of the things that are always hapening on an ostrich farm. Ons of th birds broke his foot while being unloaded from a wagon. It bent back under him instead of sticking out in front, as it should do. A big iron shoe was made and three men by hard work managed to strap it on the foot In the course of an hour. Th? success of the treatment -will be watched with interest, for an ostrich is so valuable it is worth while o take care of him. In the handling of these birds there Is al ways some new situation arising that calls for the Ingenuity of the k?epers. This is probably the first ostrich in the world that was ever shod. Of the big farm something should be said, indicating what the exhibition yards are representative of. In the big farm or farms nine miles wet of town, there are over 2,000 acres of land, di vided into yards, and occupied by ubotlt t.0 birds of various ages. At the inn in ranch, there are all the necessary build- Tor we are going to see the world, and v.e are going to see it as men do." They have not been traveling n ge.her long, though both met a couple of years before. Bogus 1'ele bad then confided to her friend that she was given to wearing men's clothes, and it was strangely coincident that when they met in the northern part of the territory "Johnny" was dressed in men's clothes. IVte adopted them at once, and it was just like being at home again, so they came on to Phoe nix together, shipping th-ir trunks ahead. NEW YKAR'S KVK K.VL1-. The ladies of 'ourt Floral 2S.1. I. O. F. cordially invite all friends to attend the social watch night ball given by them Ht Forester's hall New Year's eve, Tuesday. IJee. 31. 1901. No written in vititions will be issued. (Tickets 50 cents.) flood music. PIANOS! MUSIC! Does the public want to be buncoed again as in the past? If not. do not buy from skip-jack deal?rs who occa sionally invade the community with a carload of Pianos, and by elaborate display advertisements "do" the pub lic for a few weeks or months. They orter what th.-y style high grade pianos, but which in reality are only cheap (T medium grades with beauti ful fancy wood cases r.t $300. J3r0 to ,-,; the same prices at which we will deliver to you at yourhomes the genuine high graiie pianos of rhickerlng & Sons., Behr Bros.. Mason & Hamlin, Fischer, etc. We will deliver at your house the same quality and style of the "high standards" (?) of these no madic v uders for J200, ;25 and S25J, and include a scarf and stool of fine quality, also music and tuning, and all at t." per month. A. ItEDKWILL & SONS. Good things to eat. served In the best style in our pretty private dining rooms upstairs. The Coffee Al Restaurant Co. Mrs. Center's dressmaking parlor at the Vendome is now open. All work personally attended to. Queen of Queens Mermaid Washing Powder. N. Porter Saddle Sc. Harness Co. for Hand Made Saddles and Harness, made of best grade of leather: we warrant It. Also expert carriage trimmer em ployed. Satisfaction guaranteed. 142 K. Washington. Ask your grocer for Mermaid Queen Washing Powder. Quick worker Mermaid Queen Wash ing Powder. MR. W. F. SKEELE, THE 0RCAMST. All of the best musical critics of New York. Chicago or San Krarcisco while admitting that he is not quite equal to Clarence Kddy, in mere linger fa cility, they all claim that Mr. Fkrele is a deeper musician and his playing appeals to the soul more than that of Kddy' ft. uhieh Is more on the music box or mechanical order. The Chicago Inter Ocean says: "He Is a marvel on the organ." and the San Diego Sun in speaking of his unex celled rendering of the popular YVm. Tell overture says: "It was u whole orchestra and a great one at once.' Miss Taylor, the eminent contralto, whom he will bring with him Id l'hoe nx, was heard here last May by a few select auditors. She was here with the Paul Jennison 'oncer t company, and those who failed to hear her were very sorry afterwards. Mrs. Pr. Suetnam f peaks highly of her. AMBROSE CORRAL, J. V. Ambrose, Prop., Cor. First Avenue and Monroe St Doe a GENERAL LIVERY AND CORRAL Business. H. BKISI.KV. C. A. LARSON. There is nothing that will please the ladies like our Exquisite Perfumes We curry Palmer's, the finest Ameri can: Hotfer A "alien's. the flnefer , French: Crown Perfume Co.. the finest l'nilish; the leading makes of the world. Don't forget that our prescription de partment is perfect, our drugs the best and our servic careful and obliging. Brisley Drug Co, Open all night. Hotel Adams. The Home Side Park Hotel - - -A Weiler's Meat Markets Next Door to PoBtofflce The best of everything. B ir becued Meats a specialty. A WK1LKH, - - Proprietor It makes a difference whose gown Is gored. When you want a... Strictly High Grade Vehicle Buy one made by the "Columbus Buggy Co. and you will be satisfied. Christmas Goods Horses and for Guests Will be ready for guests on October 1st. Five miles east of Phoenix on the Crosscut canal. Altitude 100 feet higher than the city of Phoenix. NO DUST, NO MUD, NO MALARIA. New, clean rooms. Plenty of shade and grass. Swings and croquet grounds. 500 feet to the beautiful, soothing waterfall, where you may sit nijd dream the sunny hours away. Will call at any time and anywhere for guests and baggage free cf charge. G. H. Clayson, Proprietor WE SELL, CHEAP . Because We Sell for Cash I lou will save money by calling on us if you contemplate purchasing new ' or second-hand furniuire..crockery, ha rdware. granite ware or any house fur nishings. Give us a trial. TV'e have the fewest nnd neatest in table ware and a big nsortment of those ornamental pieces that are In such popular demand for CrriFtmas pres ents. A large line of Dolls and Doll Carriages to select from. Sewing Ma chines sold on the easy payment plan. Renting and repairing. Accommodating terms of credit to all. RICHMOND DAY CO. 21-23 B. Wnhlntton St. Spears & Wattawa 34 West Washington Street fr--4M4---l- n 1 1 1 n 14. It 1 THE JEWELRY AT GEO.H. COOK & CO'S IS RELIABLE 134 West Washington Street We carry a full line of medium grade also. Harness to suit. Lawrence & Clarke Vehicle Co. Trade With Elvey & Hulett The Live Druggists Easily Found and Always Reliable." TRE had a large holiday trade and wish' ' to thank the public for their kind preference, so wishing you all a happy, prosperous New Year, we wish to remain as ever, Yours to command, ELVEY &, IIULETT. " and 7 East Washington St.