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THE ABIZONA BE PUBLICAN: SATU.lt DAY MORNITTf, SEPTEMBER J 3, 1902.
5 FREE. THIS MONTH AT DAVIDSON'S With every purchase of $1.95 or more a beautiful picture framed In MATTIXG, 13Vixl9 inches. RKR OUR WEST WINDOW And mind you our prices on all goods arc on the low-priced, cash basis. Good Table Oil Cloth this month only IT. cts. a yard. "3 Double Sheets Sticky Fly Taper, 5 cents. Don't buy a Cook Stove or Range, a Gasoline or Oil Stove, until you visit Davidson's Cash Store. See our line of Merit Steel Ranges, asbestos-lined for coal or wood, from $20.00 to $31.00. Absolute satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded after one week's trial. TENTS Cots. Hammocks and Freezers at Rar gain Prices. Davidson's Gash Store FIIOENIX, A. T. Mail Orders Promptly Filled. Examine Closely Into our methods of eye examinations and our system cf glass fitting, and you will find comfort and satisfaction. The eye ease, as well as nose and ear ease we give you, will cause you to wonder how you ever endured the, old way and the old glasses.. Our examinations are conducted after the most approved and most scientific methods, and we feel confident of our ability to please. BATH HELPS We have everything required to make the bath healthful and luxurious. Toilet water to stim ulate and refresh. Bath brushes that do for sedentary people what otherwise only physical exercise can do open the pores of the skin and help eliminate waste matter. Sea Salt If you want ocean baths at home. Bath Soaps, both plain and medicinal. Sponges, all sizes and all prices. Let us furnish you with a com plete bathing outfit. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor; Washington & Center Sts. THE CLUB STABLES One block north of Hotel Adams on North Center Street. Nofcby turnout. Bafe and speedy atocX. W. L. GEORGE, Proprietor. pi W W nil RcHicmbcr The Phoenix Station'rya News Go. Aro Hcadquartersfor School Books ancT Supplies cf all kinds Including Inks, Pens, Pencils, Tablets, Slates, 10 and 12 West "Washington Street, Telephone 2971. ' News of the Town THE WEATHER Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: Temper turfl Departara Departure Since iino lit ol Month Jn. 1, 1902 MAM HOBMA.L Wl 8.T . CO -J aw Maximum temperature, 103; mini mum temperature, 79. Average relative humidity, 44 per cent. Total precipitation Trace. Character of the day Partly cloudy. WM. Cm. BURNS, Section Director. CATTLE FOR TUCSON. Two cars of cattle were shipped to Tucson last night. . ... SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 8. School District No. 8 will not open school until Monday the 22nd Inst, instead of the l'.th Inst. METHODIST . CONFERENCE. The twentieth annual session of the Arizona mission will meet in Flagstaff, Arizona, October 2, 1902. Bishop Isaac W. Joyce, D. D.. LL. D., will preside. BETHANY . SUNDAY SCHOOL. Many of the residents of the northeast ern portion of the city will be glad to know that Bethany Sunday school will be re-opened tomorrow at half past 3 o'clock. SIDEWALK SIESTA. The hurry wagon picked up a drunken man about I o'clock yesterday afternoon at the corner of Adams street and first avenue. He was rudely disturbed while enjoy ing a vigorous and demonstrative sleep. TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH. The Rev. E. A. Peoick has returned home, and there will be services at Trinity Episcopal church on Sunday at II o'cloc k a. m. The Sunday-school will be cpen on Sunday, the 21st, at 10 o'clock a. m. WILL LOCATE HERE. Wm. J. Rirchel'., a former Tempo business mar., arrived in PhoenJx yesterday and will locate here. He has Just returned frr.m nn oxtf-nfd trin Ihrouch both ! the northern and southern parts of the territory and has decided that Phoenix is the territory's best town from his point of view. He will open a meat market on West Washington street, near First avenue. MEMORIAL SERVICE. In com pliance with the request of our gover nor ard mayor an appropriate memorial service will be held in the First Methodist Episcopal church tomorrow morning. The pastor will speak of some national and religions lessons to be learned from the life and death of President Wm. McKinley. In the evening there will be a union mas. temperance meeting addressed by a number of prominent citizens. EXPLOSIONS. In these days one is liable to be blown up anywhere and with almost anything. The Coconino Sun says: On Friday of last week. whMe Mrs. J. Backman was canning peaches, one of the cans exploded and the contents struck her in the face, severely burning her. For a time it was thought she might lose her eye sight, but fortunately, although badly burned, her eyes were not injured per manently. The cause of the explosion was due to the over heating of the tin fruit can after partial sealing. DISTRICT COURT. A divorce was granted in the district court yesterday to Leila M. O'Donnell from George W. O'Donnell and to Leslie B. Altenburg from W. G. Altenburg. The divorce case of Anna Rippey against William Rippey was dismissed at the c ost of the plaintiff on, her motion and another suit was immediately filed. The evi dctie was insufficient ' to support the allegations of the original complaint. A motion to strike ihe amended com plaint in the case of H. G. A'an Fossen against the Salt River Valley canal company was granted. ' PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Ser vices will be held in the Presbyterian church tomorrow as follows: Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. At the call of the governor and mayor there will be i McKinley Memorial service at 11 o'clock with sermon by the pastor. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. The evening service will be omitted and the con gregation will unite.with other churches School Books Depository for Arizona Wholesale and Retail The H. H. McNeil Co. Everything for the Schools Phoenix, Arizona In a mass temperance meeting at the Methodist church. A cordial 'invita tion Is extended to all. HAKE AND HOUND. A hare and hound chase cn bicycles has been ar ranged for Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. In which all bicycle' riders are invited to participate. PITTSBURG VISITORS. George A. Chalfant and George C. Chalfant, fath er and son, were in the city yesterday, guests of tho Hoful Adams. They are engaged in a steel manufacturing en terprise of Pittsburg, and are also in terested in an Arizona mining property with Dr. J. M. Evans of this city. They left for , the hills this morning, and may possibly return here before leav ing for their home in the east. ATHLETIC SMOKER. An "ath letic" smoker is billed for East Lake park on Monday night at 10 o'clock. The programme for the entertainment of the gentlemen who go out to enjoy an athletic smoke consists of four pre liminaries, probably of a nature da signed to illustrate the manly art of self defense, one wrestling match and a ten-round sparring contest between Davis of Denver and Hughie Mcnro? of Oakland. The exhibition has been arranged as a benefit for Ike Barn hardt, who was formerly secretary, of the Golden Gate Athletic club. LOST A FINGER L. C. Haynes, who resides about thirteen miles west of the city, having business at Hughes' foundry, came to town yesterday ac companied by his three year old son. While the father was engaged the boy with the curiosity of childhood began the investigation of a couple of cog wheels that were working together harmoniously. In some way the child's left forefinger got caught between thn wheels and was frightfully crushed. The child was taken to the office of Dr. Swetnam, where chloroform was ad ministered and the finger amputated. After the operation he was taken home, leeling as good as one could feel after such an ordeal. BAPTIST CHURCH. At the Baptist church tomorrow there will be the fol lowing services: Bible school. 9:45 a. rn.; public worship, 11 a. m. Presid?nt McKinley memorial service jn accord ance with the request of ciovernrr Brodie and Mayor Talbot. Members of the Masonic fraternity are especially invited to be present. The music will Include "Beautiful Isle of Sunshine," which was sung at the funeral service for the president. Meeting of the Young People's union at 6:30 p. m.; leader. Mr. H. G. Peeking; topic, "De light in God's House." Union temper ance service in the evening at the Methcdist Episcopal church. All are cordially Invited to these services. WERE TOO LATE. Things might have been different In the Second ward on Thursday had the managers ol the Youns Men's Democratic club b3'in more careful in- preparing their sched ule. There was a full coach load cf laborers came down from the north on yesterday morning's passenger train, It. is hinted that they were used as bench warmers a I th? Wilson rally in Yavapai county the other day. and expected to get here in time to take part in the primaries, as it wa3 gener ally understood that non-resident vot ers would get a dollar every time thev oted. But the secretary of tha club failed to keep them posted cn the train chedule and they arrived a few hours too late. As there was nothing else doing of a lively nature, they pulled out for California on -last night's M. & P. train. II?: HOT-FOOTED. Monday Officer Frank Myers of Fairbank went to Con tention to arrest a Mexican charged with separating J. Durnell from $110l in cash and a silver watch -while on the road to Contention on the 31st of Au gust, says the Prospector. The Mexi- an quietly submitted to arrest, and was granted pelmissicn to enter a pis- ano s house for a drink df water. Re- fore the officer realized what was go ing on Mr. "Mex." was runninir toward he river under a full head of steam. Myers fired two shots at him, and it is thought hp hit his mark, as the fuei- ive fell after the first shot and rolled off a fifteen-foct embankment and dis appeared. The river being very high. no attempt was made to cross it. Later narrow trail was struck leading from the river bed, and drops of blood were bund on the sides of it and also on the brush near by. NEW CORPORATIONS. Articles" of ' the following corporations were filed in J the office- of the county recorder yes- j terday: Colonial Copper company. ' capital stock, $2,500,000, incorporators. O. E. Chapin, W. W. Gorham and T. S. Alee of Illinois; The Utica Hill Gold Mining company, capital stock. $1.- 000,0000, incorporators, J. J. M'Kinire. R. F. and T. M'Kinire of New York; Western Gold Mining and Milliner company, capital stock, 510,000,000. in corporators, F. H. Hagcrman. C. H. Koenig and V. L. Brown of Wisconsin; American Hide Process company, cap ital stock. $300,000, incorporators, J. R. Wickersham and W. A. Rushworth of Chicago; The Three Peaks Gold com pany, capital stock, $1,000, C30, incor porators, J. J. Chambers, F. P. Primia and E. F. Adams of California; The Ohio Perrin Gold Mining company, capital stock, $700,000, Incorporators, D. M. Bell, W. C. Heimbucher and A. H Armour of Chicago. o Person. l1 Mention Miss Belle Moore, one of the teachers of Maricopa county, returned yester day from a summer's vacation ia Prescott. Mrs. M. W. Loraine and her son Charles, who have been spending the summer on the coast returned to the city yesterday. Mrs. Walter T. Gregory left last night for Yurna to join her husband who a week ago entered upon his dutiesas secretary of the prison. Mr. Roy Porter, who has been at tending high school at Everett, Wash ington. Is home and will attend high school in Phoenix beginning with thi term. Mr. Walter Hill and family will shortly leave for Los Angeles where they will reside. Mr. Hill will estab lish a branch of the business of Walter Hill & Co. there and superintend it in person. Dr. Battin is expected home tomor row morning from an extended trip to the east Including Chicago. He is back as far as Iron Springs, where his family have been spending the summer and who will return with .him. School Suits All the smart, handsome stylrs con trived for the delight of boys ami their parents are here in vast variety Tasty, stylish clothes for the little fel lows and swell, manly clothes for the larger boys. SPECIAL THIS WEEK 300 School Suits, new choice fall styles. Suit and extra pants. (rants made with double seat and knees.) $3.00 THE HUB We have a good selection of furnished houses for rent and are now making out our list of -suites for housekeeping and furnished rooms, 'which we will mail in answer to all inquiries from eastern tour ists. LOANS. Parties' having accommoda tions should leave memoranda of same with us, if possible, not later than September 15th REAL JSSTATE Weirick (Si Latham 47 North Center St. HAPPY THOUGHT HAPPY THOUGHT" TROUSER PRESS Si HANGER HOLDS ; 2 PAIR. MADE IN ONE PIECE OF NICKEL PLATED SPUING STEEL Sent Post paid Until Sold by Local Dealer. HAPPY THOUGHT 1 HANGER CO- PREVENTS, BAGGING th6 KNEES! KEEPS THEM CREASED WITHOUT IR0MNG. McDougall.& Cassou Exclusive Haberdashers, Next door to Santa Fe R. K. Office. Use Ruby once and you will have no other. Mrs. Trevor has returned from Iron dressmak- Springs and will reopen her ing shop September 15. We want your paper hanging. Trices right. Work guaranteed. Phcne ro. 2CS1. For rent, by the year; a ten brick residence in Brill's addition, blocks from car line. Healthful tirn, good water, large grounds. room Two and a fourth acres. Address H. L., care Republican, or call at this' office for further particulars. ' Wanted Ry young business board and room in private family, privilege of bath. Address L. H. office. ! man, with , this Ruby flour good humor. will keep your cook in a FIRE INSURANCE K WILL ' JQLwa - N0T -gS5a GET OUT wm foR . SOIL THE ii .I-INEST. OOODS. mm mm costs tk&WA BUT mm. 25 as. Www E. A. Spaulding Real Estate Loans Investment Securities I sell stock 'in some of the best mining com panies in the Southwest. E. A. Spaulding 41 West Adams Street Opposite Postoffico A Quick Breakfast Is always possible when the cook has gas at her fingers ends. A match, a light eggs in three minutes, chops or steaks in 10, and there you are. No smoke, no smell, no ash. P.etter use as, don't you think? Others do; why not you? Want to know more about gas? We'll tell you gladly. Phoenix Light and Fuel Co. Cor. 1st. Ave. and Jefferson St. TeL 24C1. A NEW LINE OF MOULDINGS For Picture Framing and Mats to Match, just ceived at re- ART and CURIO SHOP West Adams, Opp. Postoffice. EXTRA! For a Few Days We Will Sell 100 cwt. Spud3 $1.60 6 Borax Soap 25c 6 bars Our Finest Soap 23c 7 bars Arizona Borax Soap 25c 1 dozen Lemons, 15c; 2 dozen 25c 4 pounds Nice Cooking Apples 23c 17 pounds Sugar $1.00 1 pound Chase & Sanborn Coffee.., .35c The best In the city. Get a ticket on our life-size pictures we give away free. Pafford's Gash Store 29 South First Avenue. 'Phone 2555. Walter Hill & Co RECEIVERS. PACKERS, SHIPPERS '4 Fruits and Produce. Phoenix, Tucson, Prescott, Arzona. : IF YOU ARE GOING TO PAINT TOUR HOUSE OR CARRIAGE We Can Furnish the Right Materials ..Talbot ($1 Hubbard... IIVRRY BRISLCY THELMA Fragrant and Lasting Sold Only by THE BRISLEY DRUG CO. Tiemember our mail department. OUR ICE CREAM SODA And rhosphates are the only sure cure for thirst. We manufacture any thing wanted in the ice cream line. We also make our own Candles. HANNA & MUNSON West Washington St. To B e Given Away We now have on exhibition the handsome runabout road wagon to be given away by the Phoenix Shoe Co. Call and look at It. V"e have the best assorted stock In Arizona. Clark-Pratt'. Vehicle Co. 118 NORTH CENTER STREET iVloHn & Undertakers MRS. It. S. DAUSON, Lady Attendant K'KVWi&ii'JBjSiLi 32 '.L'.Pi!h,.M' English Kitchen restaurant Tom Co. Props. 2S-27 N. Fli-t Sti-eet We keep cur Kitchen In the cleanest possible condition nd all chet cooktrvir ion b7 "Tom," formerly cook at Hotel Adami and the Blxtli Avenue. Now open. The 'ENGLISH KITCHEN parlor for exclusive ervtc: si everything cold. China dish rv1o. Adlntninsr restaurant. The California Restaurant MEAL3 SERVED AT ALL HOURS. Strictly PlrBt-Claas. Quick. Service Regular Dinner on 8undny 33-33 North First flvenuo Phesnix, Arizona COFFEE AL'S, The Only p RESTAURANT b With Cold Storage. Sherbets Ice Cream nome y Made Pastry Lunches and Banquets Served m at bhort Notice. " GREAT ROCK fa A business day saved to A't nver, Omaha, Kansas City, Chicago and all orth, east and southeastern joints. Summer tourist tickets on i.ale every Wednesday and Saturday; one fare lu3 $2 for round trip; limit 6 tiays. ALSO One fare plus $2 for rounO trip to principal points in Michigan. Mi;in--itota and Wisconsin. On sale ery day until September CO; final liir.il October 31. ' Daily Through Putlman and 'curist Sleepers San Francisco to Chica?.. Dining Car Service Through. lVr rates, folders and other information address . T. B. S. BKASTKD. O. A. P. !.. H. F. COX, T. F. & P. A,, Rl Paso. Texas. El Paso, Texaa. JNO. SEBASTIAN'. P. T. M., Chica go. 111. C. A. URStM HOTEL ADAMS Phone 3091 An Unforseen Cause of Accident. May damage your bicycle so that you will r.ecd the servic es f a scientific end skillful repairer to make it wh-'l--again. When your bicycle is out .' 11 pair, needs re-tiring or n-pairir.g 1,1 any kind, bring it to us and we vi!! put high class and exp-rt work uion it. Our prices are low. Agents for the Vim Cactus Tir s. They are the best: have no other. E. M. Depew CH Co. 37 N. First Ave. Telephone 1495. South First Street Opposite Fire Station. '.art1 TELEPHONE 79l.? ESasterlirig and Embalmers 4& mm ..v.,V N. PORTER SADDLE (Q. HARNESS CO. 142 East Washington We make it a point to employ non but the bast in our three different lins. Saddle Ringing, Harness Making and Carriage Trimming. Bring us your repairing. Satisfaction as to Prices Work Guaranteed ISLAND ROUTE'