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TIIE ARIZONA J1EPUET.ICAN: "WEDNESDAY MORNING, .TANTTAHY 22, 1002.
Good Goods andiwRISC For the Dog Spratt's Dog Biscuit IU TWU tUIIUNS Money Gov. Taft on the Situation in the Philippines. 15c lb. 2 lbs. 25c. '5 lbs 50c. 4 Are Two Things that' Talk! We Uave the Goods, You have the Money. P rice A Fresh lot received yesterday. twice a month We get them GLOVER'S DOG REMEDIES Book free 011 diseases the dog. Dog Collars, Dog L,eads, etc. of Pinney & Robinson Guns, Bicycles, Cameras im87' - Typewriters, Sporting Goods 40 North Center Street Phoenix. Why fare Rome people so foolish' as to pay such biff prices for groceries, just because they can get 10 or 15 days' time on them, when they can save 2 per cent by paying. spot cash? Ask Our Prices Compare Our Prices "These are thfc prices that make them dizzy. A ml crowd the More that's always busv." 25c 1,0m) Duz. absolutely fresh Ranch Ekks 25c 2 lbs. Arbuckle Coffee. 25c 1 !t. Best Ranch Butter. 25c 9 Bars Laundry Soap. 33c 10 lbs. White or Tellow Corn Meal. JOc 1,000 lbs. Snow White Evaporated Apples JOc THE WAY TO GET A DAM A Suggestion by Mr. Morphy to the . Water Storage Commission. Mr. F. M. Murphy was present by in vitation at- a. meeting of the , water Mruage om mission yesterday and sug gested il plan by which a reservoir plight be brought within tnc reach o" hc people of Maricopn. county. Thi Pii .Involved 11k- encouragement of :i private enterprise. Mi. Murphy snn V sted thai an enabling act '. procured authorizing the conn I y ro issue i Hinds the amount of $2.StMUhtu or ho much "hereof as w-uld be retjiiiivd in the event that the county siiouyl decide to :uild the dam itself. The enabling act. ON THAT BASIS Call on us for prices. You will find that we will give you the big end of the trunsactioii on a. dead for any 'of our hlgh-gnul; furniture, crockery or sowing machines. RICHMOND DAY CO. House Furnishers 21.23 B. WaMhlneton t. ihan Sl.Of 0.000, which would probably be distributed over a period of thirty years or such a matter. There is every rea son to believe, however, that the coun ty would never be called upon to put up a cent. Mr. Murphy spent the forenoon with the commission and went very thor oughly over the irrigation situation and dscussi the probability of national stop ! San Francisco, Jan. 21. Governor General Taft, who arrived from Ma nila last night, landed this afternoon. Governor Taft expects to start for Washington tomorrow, lie will :it 'inoinnati, his home, en route. " I feeussing the conditions in Philippines, Governor Tuft said : wish the press wotiM correct tin predion that there is war on all Inlands. The insurre tlon is confined to two localities the province of Ha tangas and the island of Samar. This morning I received a most encouraging cable from General Wright, who is acting governor in my absence. - lit said that owing1 to General Hell's strong" repressive measures, the trou ble in Katangas was being quieted. He further said that 700 rifles had been surrendered, and as there are only 1,100 or 1.200 rilles in the province, no doubt Iiatangas would be as peaceful as any of the other provinces. 1 don't think Cieneral Hell will have need to adopt the reconcentrado principle In Hatangas. "The dispatch says there are SJ3 teachers in the islands in4fi0 places, and -'00 of these places are unoccupied ... ...., ,,.,,,. ....... thp FUiplno not presented ihe Ftrtctly in aceoYdance with Mr. Mur ray's Miggesti:n. The com mission s '.'in.d to be practically unanimous on tne thin arid that is to fake steps at ciue to procure nn .ruihling act suffi ciently bror.d to authorize the countv to vote bnnds t-i construct the d;.m and ivscrvni;- or i-id in its construction, as may afterward h define to be to the ugh. r-hould be so broad and literal j .?t advantage of all interested in the illey .mil to not wait any longer on say not host ilc to the teacher. One was captured some time ago, but was sent back. The Inference is plain that they cnteiiam no hismity lime to time been considered for pro-I curing; a much-needed water supply for the val'-'y. It is possible that the re- p rier nys noi presented me a ihV3 tdairranies or oedairouv. Now I wish to impress upon everybody that the civil go vernmet: I is a success." ;;tfNi'ix t i film LI. The 1,000 lbs. Lemon Peaches. dins' Evaporated 25c 1 Can Pure Raking Powder. JOc 200 Ioz. Clooil Oranxcs. J5c 1 Vkg. H. O. Oat Meal. We have just receive! a full lino of It ALSTON'S C ELK B RATED Orano in 4 11) package?! Health Oats 1 7if Health Breakfast Food . 1T!;C Health Wheat Flakes... 1 All in packaR?s and absolutely fresh. 'Verily, verily, more and inoYe - lt.jiys to trade at McKee's Cash Store." McKee's Cash Store Gaister & Conger ' . Dry Goods, Notions, House Furnishing Gccds Talbot Building, Corner First Avenue and Adams Street I hat th county would be authorized My it t enter into a contract with a private corporation on some such terms .if the following-: Give the county tH light to deposit with a irurt company crunty bonds t the amount of $1,000, along with contracts entered into with.th cfe.na I companies and watr consumers who would be supplied with water front the prospective reservoir. These contracts should represent sufficient revenue to meet th interest on th1 bonds covering" the cost of con struction of the dam and its operation and maintenance. Th deposit of $1,000,000 of the county bonds to be a guaranty to the rem true; ins- company that th contracts would be coserved. 2f they should be, no part of the liepmsit of the- counly" bonds would ever be d -liverd, but in cas? of a deficit enouKh r;f the ponds deposited by the county t-j be made available to me't i t would be delivered nd tTiat part of the bonds deposited would 1 r the f i rst ti me bep i n to d ra w i n -tfrest. The crunty wuid be at no ex pense whatever except in the case of a. deficit; the dam and reservoir to be J in every respect in accordance with plans and specifications such as the county wculd adopt if it were to as fcume th entire responsibility. Assum ing that proper cautirm had been exer cised in i he irepara tiu, of tne con tracts with th canal companies ami water consumers the county should not be called upon, to m;et any djfieit. The idvantase to- the public of this plan ov?r the county ownership of the leFervoir was made easily apparent. In case cf county ownership the bonds to the amount of the to:U of the dam would be interest bearing- at o:u e or practically so. and in the event of a de licit aft:r completion, which would be j a likely to occur under county owner jfi ip as under pwvate contncl, the coun- ty would have lo meet it unaided and j i.ione after having expended the orig- .-ial bond Us lie of $J,5.y),0'jOf or so much thereof as might be necessary in. the constnaction of the dam.- n the case of private ownership under the plan sug gested, me county could in no circum ::tu.nces be called upon to expand more Manila, .Ian. LI. The Insunrent ! ader. Brirwio nnd bis nlire t omnia nd on January LO surrendereil iincomlii iona lly to me .rniericii n mil -itary :uuhorltieK in B.itangas irovince. I-aque's command became so scat tered tliat he was unable to hold out government aid. Th- commission sner.t the r.-t of the l-rfer. He has been given a week day In matters relating to its report, which will be given to the public some i time next week. Another conrerenee j will be held with th? representatives ; .it the canal companies ror the purpose of fully aryr-'einsr upon the terms cf the ' contract to be signed in the case of the construction of a reservoir. Afier that the commission will enter upon the pre paration of an enabling act. "There were two Smart Aleck; on my car yesterday." says a Philadelphia car j conductor, ''and their game was to ne;:re iieople into thinning tii.it they were just recoverir.ij from smallpox. They talked io'itily about it far the beriefU of the ritii r passongcrr, and tle ii'.-;if i!'jrvo:i:; ou s. csp ci lily i!:o wo men. be.i;an to grov.' ai-prehensive. ' Vt-r,' r; ii-i one. 'my c i-.S'- v:n" a pretty bad on', I he docio: s s;.id. ';o Wis mine, rei-lied tne other fellow, 'it fcc.t.s rood to ;-t out of the n.uv.i I;j.l hortpiiiil, doeim't it'.' 'That's tiat it :'.oes.' sai l the first one. i: ;ing nc:i to them was a man who had bo-si tak ing" it ail in. At this point he leaned over and sard, Sa. when did you fel lows get out? 'Only yesterday loudly i eniai Uei the man. "So did I. What v.ar.1 wore you in? Well. say. those fallows jumped off the :.r as though it had been rm k by ligfit!;tiiff, and you couldn't s.- tht;r heels for dust " to round up end hand over his entire parity to the Americans. Captain J. M. Hartshorne. Jr., of the Seventh infantry, was shot from am bush and killed on January 2, in the eastern part of the island of Hamar. (Captain Hartshorne was recently trans jccntly transferred frem the Ninth to the Seventh infant: y. Owing to a lack of telegraphic communication in Samar the news of Captain Hurts home's death came by mail iiv a re port from Second Lieutenant George W. Wallace of the Ninth. Lieutenant Wallace gives no particulars of the occurrence. SAM JONKS. at of Ladies' Skirts, Suits, Jackets and Capes, also Children's Capes and Jackets. Come and see the Special Bargains. . . . . . , j? jg? j& We have a big line of Men's Working and Driving Gloves in Buckskin, Seal, Hog and Horsehide Water and Fireproof Prices 25c to $2.00. Alkire Telephone 2741 9 and 11 East Washington Street Co PHOENIX, ARIZONA Sam P. Jones, the nrted evangelist. to thousands, at the Canadian h:. lt .lts.11 1 in Kv't- II uin-r Ii.vim! FitATKU.VAL I"-henix odd F tne prominent orators am f r e to declare thuti I reckon ltol- rt M Inlyre f h;ca' th finest pop dar sp"jker cn tH continent. lie will Picture -in th- Fir:t M. K. 1 hutch on Friday evenintc of this week. VISIT. A Hows went to Tempe the installation rty of .-W-W--M-4-4' EEM0VAL IfOTICE. Merryman 8c Holley have movwl their undertakini? parlors to No. 114 West Adams St., where they have fitted up the mit up-to-date office and chapel In Vie city. f t he newly lodxe. y c ect.d oilic -rs of T-m: For CONSTIPATION, r.ILTOfSNFSS, j LIVER AND KIDNfcir TROUBLES... j There is notrdns like i Ycrba Buena Bitters; For Sale at All Ding Stores and First Class Bars. I. A SILVER SERVICE! lasts :l lifetime and gives pleasure" every day. NothiiiK else seems to combine-; beauty and usefulness to such a re-- maikahle decree. We have a handsome assortment of both flat anti hollow silverwares from: the best makers and of the latest de signs. - - GEO. H. COOK CeX CO. Arizona's Leading J ewelert V 1J4 West AkhiH9toB Street. : A. word to tHe wise is sufricient IF VOL' WANT TO FtR YOU It KOOM OR IIOVSI3 AND UAVK A LIMITED AMOl'NT OF KOXHV, i'ALI, AND WE WILL DO IT FOH VOL TO YOt'Il SATISFACTION. Spears & Wattawa 'cw and Second-tland Cash Store. 34 West Washington Street TRADE WITH ELVEY THE LIVE- " DRUGGISTS ''Easily Found and Always Reliable" 'Phone Double One 5-7 East Washington Street Absolutely Correct The same as our scales, which you are at liberty at all times to get your weight free. , ... Cel-Vig, 5c a Glass Will make you fat fountain only. and happy at our Monday Morning we will place on sale the follow ing goods : Cotton Crash Towelinpr, 16 inches wide, per yard "P ii Lac? Curtains, 48 Inches wide, yards long: a beautiful ntrlied Jloral tlesipn and a. j Krand etirtain for the price, per pair li.OO I Braps Extension Rods for sash j cjrtaJns. extend from -3 to 45 j Inche3. Every housewife wants them at the price ,each 5c j A sood all linen, pure white, fringed towel for. each lOe I Lace Curtain, &4 inches wide, 3'. i ya-rds Ions; stripe floral design ! lKrders-, dotted center; an " j extra good curtain, per pair.-ljll.oO See our bargain lot o Outinp; i Flannels in light and dark col- ' ors, per yard c j Turkey Red Table Damask. Ort ! inches wide; a bargain for , you; per yard ZZTiiS 1-ace Curtains, 42 inches wide. 3'4 yards lonR; a neat pattern in good Nottingham lace, pair. $1.25 An' excellent S-inch Black Rub ber Dressing Comb for ...... So Jted Spreads, white crochet, larse size; when you see one you can't pas it at the price; ench OOe Klastic Web, frilled, inches wide; very pretty patterns In pink. red, yelow-and- purple, per yard -ft Co "Wire Toasters, a very userul ar ticle in the kitchen, each o? A Dress Shield that will give every lady entire satisfaction, per pair 1,1c A new a-SFortment Balding BroK". Embroidery Silks. Fllo, Dres- . . A Ladies' Outfitters V V V Men's Outfitters We Have Finished our inventory, and are. mighty glad, because we now can devote all of our energy to your service. We have placed many lots of merch andise on the counters which must be closed out, because we must have the room for new Spring Goods. Cases upon cases of Spring Merchandise are at the depot waiting to be brought up, and no room can we give them Until the Winter Goods Are Sold Off Mr. Kornck goes east February ist to purchase still more Fashionable Dainties, and look, as ever, for bargains, so as to lay before the public such possible novelties as can be picked out. WINTER GOODS AT GREAT SACRIFICE, Eiderdown 3 1 7tC 3 20 c : 27ic r0 cent ')') 1 J-itC -ISL 474C French Flannels All plain colors. JB which sell for 60c, g U C All fancy stripes, which sell for Tr.c, .r..i inc. .-.U-wool printed . Henrietta, beautl- T j ful d.siKii for....: v Venetians . HW Veni-tians, ail 1 7 CJT r colors, all wool aul j I yard wide for Jf J 11'' Venetians, prct- Q tlest shadings, soft, II V I fine finish V l"rt Venetians, CS-inch wittc. leauliful t hades In mode. grey, olive, castor 1 for. V 1 1T." black cheviot serge, J.tmestown manuractur. fl g .r:...1? $e.UU French Flannelettes 20e. grade, pretty itrU??, ;tolka dots end IVrsian cf- t , ij t fects, all colors . l."c . goovis, Teijseldown, elegant de- sigis and just aj proprbite fr gowns and kimonos fnr 2 t Ik l-'c. fiin-y tlannelcttep in rich effects, ftripes and dots ft 1 r and fancy tb-iced 0"3"-' Kroncl; niutnmy cloth, same as French Danncl, in reseda, , n green and old rose I stripes; worth 'JOc.,, for Winter Underwear Ladies long-sleeved heavy fleeced and long fur ribbed vests, 15c Ladies 50c. fleeced union suits. full sized, well made for Ladies odd vests; worth up to f0c: and also odd pants for Chiidrenr ur.derwear in odds and ends. worth 1.0c. 2ric, 3rc, rate, for 10c, 12lic and Ladie:;' finest French merino pants only, woi th Sl.l'H, to close out for 25c I up to 25c and ends, 25c no pants 50c den Floss. Wash Twisty all new' and. beautiful shades; skeins for 25c ; Keep one eye on this space, the other on our show ' window. ' S i or e 218-224 East Washington Street