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i HE AKIZOSA HErU J5LIUA.N : WEDNES . A MOKNIU, NOViOIUEIt G, 1902. 10 Pretty Good Looking, Don't' Yoii Think? f "V. tilTglaflrgi D you kuo.v of any other scpirator that loos as well, or docs its work as well as I - i ! I f i By the good dresser all over the United States. Hart, Schaffner & Marx hand tail ored clothing we not only lnndle that line, but some of the very best makes of ready to wear clothing to be had, and our charges for these goods are no more thau 3'ou Tiie Sharpies Tubular Separator sj . Jits v K.V, " .lit' 6 have to piy for the junk sold at some of the other stores. We handle only such It's the best skimmer oa the inaiket and if you'll give me a chance l?lt show yoa how much better it is than any other separator. I sell the Tabular because it is tbe best. clothing as is sold to exclusive clothing stores. .1 EZRA W. THAYER 124-126 n'ashine'ton Street 127-133 East Adams Street I AENUAL REPORT OF GOV. BR0DIE (Continued from Third Page.) eludes under the rubject cf education, believing that persons desiring to settle In a new country first Inquire about the educational institutions and churches. This report fhews that thers are now 1C5 churches in Arizona of all the dif ferent religious denominations. There are 130 ministers, and the total church population is ;3,82r an increase during the year of 1,570. There are 2SG Sunday schools, the membership of which is 3C,L'39. showing an increase over the previous year of 1,111. The total valua tion of church property in Arizona is S3-S.914. so far as the valuations are given in the statements of the differ ent churches. The governor, however, states that a number of church organi zations failed to submit statement?, hence the total of all churches is not given. "Railway construction in Arizona Is active. During the year there was built 38.5 miles of railway by the Ari zona and New Mexico Railway com pany; 32 mi'es by the Santa Fe, Pres oott and Phcenix railway, known as the Hell canyon cut-off, and 7.8 miles to connect the Poland mine with the Prescott and Eastern road; also 3 miles of line from Mayer toward Crown King. The El Paso and Southwestern has built T1.12 miles, of road, and Is en gaged in constructing a branch from Fairbank to Tombstone, which will be pushed on to College Peak to connect with the main line of the El Paso and l'r uth western. Hanking in the territory flout ishs, and was never so prosperous as it is this year. On June 30, l!t02, the aggre gate deposits in territorial and national banks was S7.013.OS7.9S, a gain of $7S9, 607. !IS over ir01. The loans and dis r.rbylp iPoiodDr ff drmS r iercl"l f cunts amount to $4,173,115.13: stocks, securities and claims, $755,776. OS: United States bonds and premiums. $-iS.S10.Cd; rash and du? frtvn bir.ks, $3,153,030.91; United ft.t.- n-d mpiion fund. $10,6S3; banking house fvrriiture s.r.d fixtures, $110,612. CO; surplus and undivided prof its, S439.112.GS. The resources of th buildirg end loan associations in the territory as represented in. the loans o.i real estate are SS33.S12.3S. Th" largest pine forests in the Unit ed States aie located in the northern portion of Arizona and cover an al most unbroken area of 10,000 square miles. A number of forest reserves have been made during the past year, removing large areas of land from entry. The Pan Francisco forest re serve, creattnl August 17. lrS. was en larged by executive nrdor of April 12. 1S02, so as to cover the sections own"d by the Santa pv Pacific Railroad com pany, successors to the Atlantic-Pacific railroad. The Black Mesa forest re serve was i rented August 17, ISiiS; th Prescott forest reserve was created May 10, 1S08. and enlarged October 21. 1399; the Pints Rita forest reserve was created by exec utive order of April 31, 1902, and i& situated south and southeast of Tucson; the Santa Cata lina forest reserve, created by execu tive order July. 2. 1902. is situate! northeast cf Trcson; Mount Graham forest reserve, created by executive prder dated July 22, 1902, i3 situated , WvrYll ' t H t f M-- ir.A-j.m. i mi' i , W GOLD feff oust s-J W&w y U twins pjp xjp V; hi your rM?Mii iSvJ ' ; v " mm : SiS H! solves the problem of easy dish washing. It cuts grease and cleans dishes better than anything else. Does its work quickly, well and economically. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago. New York, Boston. St. Louis. Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP. ' mil IMU. RE1IEMBEK THE WHITE HORSE IN northeast and south of Camp fir. ml military reservation; Chiricahua for est reservation, created by executive order of July 30, 1902, Is situated ea.t of Tombstone, in Cocnise county, and extends about ten to fifteen miles from the New Mexico boundary; Grand canyon forest reserve was created by executive order of February 20, 1S33. Four sectior.3 of land southeast of Tucson, In Pima county, wero reserved during the year for an agricultural ' experiment station, and the director of1 the agricultural experiment station cf Arizona has under way, upon this land, experimentations in the improvenij.it of the ranges. The settlement of lands has pro gressed rapidly during the year, but I with water storage, thousands cf acres I now unproductive can be brought un der cultivation and the population and taxable wealth of the territory Will in crease proportionately. Upon this sub ject of water Ftorage and Irrigation, the governor states: "'various causes have combined ti facilitate the flow to the channels of the streams, the rainfall that annually comes to the territory preventing the percolation that insures a permanent water supply, and causing Instead tor rential Hoods during both the winter and summer storms. Among thcsi? causes may be mentioned the destruc tion of the forests by fire and other wise, the depletion cf the grasses on the range by overstocking, and conse ouer.t treading out of the same. The question now arises as to the best method to control these flood watcM and to held the same la reservoirs f- use during the season when most need ed, and th" rjuestion Is answered by tbe terms of the reclamation act, which al lows, under direction of the honorable secretary cf the interior, the proceeds from the sales of government lands in the several st-.tes and territories com prising the arid belt to be used for the construction cf artificial reservoirs by means cf dr.rns for the purpose cf impounding the flood waters now wast ing down the different sti earns, the rame to be used at convenient seasons and when i. ceded In Irrigating lat.ds lying below. ' "At no time in the history of th- nest has f-o biefit i.il a law for the. arid belt been placed upon the statute books an that above quoted, and as tli'i year's go by its benefits will be appre ciated to a greater extent.' "Mining occ upies the first place in the territory's industries, the production of copper, gold, silver, ar.d Ie.'.d being very great. The past year has been charac terized by great activity in mining, .and a large ini'.ux of capital fur exploration and deve!.p:n:jr:i. The output cf th ' old established properties has been steadily maintained, and tew discov eries give bright promise for the fu ture. Increased attention, has been given to mining tbe ores of molybde num by reason of an increased de mand lor the metai to alloy with st el. lilac k and w hite marble in large de posits and of superior quality, as well as extensive deposits of di0.to:iiit" have been discovered. "The live stock industry maintain its place as second in importance among the great industrial resource:-. A protracted drought during the year caused some losses in slock raising. The sheep industry is in excellent con dition. Native stock has been im proved by the importation of blooded stock, ami the industry has entered upon a bright future. Sanitary laws FRONT. i Nothing Succeeds Like Success! Sure, Safe and Speedy Cute of Ner vous Sexual and DIood Diseases. DR. IliBBARD in a graduate of Har vard Mediial 'c liege hihI former United intes Ivri'ion Kxami ner. H if ii uU ti( B tlelll nrj abiliti , experience, and re.inbi!liy Among his patrons arc tome of the most ptoriiineut cl'izpnaof Arizona. If iek fhun raleni mertl rine. elcc'ric tel'F, (re iriHl ac-ker ami unsk i !p'1 iiiiTfieiai.i!. del itlc- leM. umpTl TTlPlSlral tri'HItlll'nr. klOHfl. IRINRY. HI Dt)Ot. PRIVAit d SIVLL lises.-K, SIMINl WtAhMSS with ilmi.-lt-it riiality. quickly and I tTtraiicr t'. y cured. Hove you any chronic di !? If so st'tc x perimenlinir and treatintf wit b doi tom whodn not undTtand your care. Mary man al Ihouirh 1I to he about in unlit for pleasure and basinet by vi a-oa of p . r some rhrhicai ailment, dancer ana LX- ternal Growths removed without the Unife. Testimonials tt office. The Doctor makes a specialty of Chronic Diseases and Abnormal Growths. Dr. Hibba-d's aucres it due to locc x er- ieiioi; and czrepllonal ability in treating Cumplii at 1 ami intricate dikaea. Place your case in b's band and be deal t with hr' cstly and tci -nti flriPiv. Eenember he de vol. a hi ei li e time and "nv 'o eh'oDic rlian'.lera. 1 ' pciKsible ALV O S Bt IXAMIMO BY ANIXPIRI II unable to call, write tree!" ana eonfid.-ntial v. Kc feienrea All 1H BAKS And prominent buini-h8 men ef the city tONSll IAII0N bv person or li-iPrlRTf. ours: 10-2-I-X-.V7. Orace aii.T laber' torv, Jr5-J7 spilth S-rot d Avenue, HKiCARD BllLUINO. PH01MX. ARliOS. are in force and the general healthfu! r.iss of cattle is good. During the past year there were shipped out of the territory ll,4jy head of cattle, 4.hbl ho:ses and mules, J,4iM hogs, and dur ing the same reriod there were slaugh tered for home consumption 37531 head of cattle. The assessed valuation of liv.' stock is fixed at $4,314,231.80. "The leport of the governor contains statements from the different Indian agents throughout the territory which show tbe condition of the Indians to bo much improved over previous years in education and s:gri uiture. Industrial schools are maintained and the Indians arj taught along the lines which best fit them for earning their own liveli hood. There are at present in the ter ritory 2G.4S0 Indians. "In closing his report the governor recommends due consideration by the department to Arizona's claims to siatt I:t.oil, and :n et'r.sion of such aid as may be practicable in securing th passage of the Pill pending in congress providing for the admission of Arizona, New Mexico -d Oklihoma as tates. "The question of the admission of th"! territory c. a state is one wholly within the jut isdiot ion of congress, and fldf! department can do no more than dhect v"our attention to the views of th" governor in the matter. "The governor also recommends that 'under the reclamation act' the claims of Arizuna for government aid in irri gation be fairly arid carefully consid ered and the same extended, to the end that within the limits of the territory there shall be inaugurated the first of those great systems eventually to come from the application of this law; that the salary of the .governor of Arizona be Increased to a sum commensurate with the duties required of him, or at least that the sum allowed by law af his salary shall be appropriated by the congress; that the Indian school facil ities in Arizona be increased, in order to more quickly prepare the younger generation to become sedf-supporting: that the appropriation for the national guard of Arizona be increased: that the appropriation for the contingent expense of the governor's office be in creased sufficiently to provide addi tional clerical force; that upon the ad mission of Arizona to statehood there be set apart, for the establishment and maintenance of a hospital for the aged and infirm mirie-rs. l.'iO.OfiO ac res of land from the public domain; that nn ap propriation be made for the improve ment of the Colorado river, and the construction of a levee from the ter. t of Yuma to the Mexican line, to pre vent the overflow of cultivated land by the annual freshets; that appropria tions be made for tbe purchase of sites and the erection of public- buildings in cities in this territory when the same can be shown to be of ultimate benefit to the general government; that ap propriate measures be taken by the in terior department looking to tha rcju- venairon or the depleted forest area in this territory, ar.d that a system of tree and trte-seed planting be inaug urated by the division cf forestry." o BEAUTIFUL CL.tlA.ll SKIES. Ilerbine exerts a direct influence on j the bowels, liver and kidneys, purify ing and strengthening these organs, 'and maintaining them in a normal con dition of health; thus rt moving a com mon cause of yellow, mothy, greasy skin, and more or less of pimples, blotches and blackheads. 50c at Elvey & Hulett's drug store. I'hoenix Trunk Factory for suit cases. Exquisite Perfumes To dress well Is to appear well. To feel wcdl is to look well. To use ex quisite Perfumes is relined taste. You get them at BEAR'S KEYSTONE PHARMACY Opp. C.tv Hall. Fhccnix, Ariz. See Our Windows. Eagles' Carnival World Renowned B O ST O C K Trained Wild Animal Exhibition Greatest Show in ttis World. TIIE YYAKELIN GROCER COMPANY We are ehowing the largest line of high grade Coffee In Phoer.lx. Our line consists of S PRAGUE WARNER'S RICHELIEU' In six grraaea. SCHILLING'S BEST COFFEE In fejur grades. CHASE & SANBORN In four grades. J. A. E0LGER & CO. In three gradei. STERLING GOLD SEAL MOCHA AND JAVA CLUC HOUSE COFFEE IN MOCHA AND JAVA JAS. HEEkIN & CO. IN FIVE GRADES TILLMAN & BENDEL IN THREE GRADES The I Wakelin Grocer Company OYSTERS OYSTERS OYSTERS K Fine Steaks. COFFEE AL'S. B. GOLBERG, HATS AND CLOTHING... ...CLEANED AND REPAIRED LADIES GARMENTS A SPECIALTY Call and be convinced. No. 4 W. Adam s i r. L 1 Vi mm 'Ml : 4 ' ! i ,i .1 ' ft mmMw jr ,: 15 I Men's Overcoats '7 3 1. . rl ar "t tt- i Black or Blue Kersey, Oxford, Cheviot, Worsted Covert Cloths $10 TO $22.50 I A Quick Breakfast 13 always possible when the cook has Kas at her fingers' ends. A match, a light eggs In three minutes, chops or steaks In 10, and there you are. To smoke, no smell, no ash. Better use ;as, don't you think? Others do; why not you? Want to know more about gas we u ten you glaaiy. Phoenix Light and Fuel Co. Cor. 1st. Ave. and Jefferson St. Tel. 240L KtSDSSEafaSI if 4. f ooo 0E Underwear for men, women and children in all sizes goes on the sale table this week at cost and in many cases below cost. You can't imagine what a saving 'twill be to buy j our winter under wear hare this week until yon see the prices. . In many cases a third to a half has been removed from the original price, making our present prices the lowest in town. You can't afford to miss this sale if you need underwear of any kind. HAVE You bought your suit to et your Thanks giving dinner In? We have the proper ca per, f swell three button cutaway frock suit made of pure all wool black worsted, tailored right up to the min ute, at "frT Also Sack Styles at the Same Price. Hatt, Schaffner & Marx Hand tailored fine suits in Worsteds and Fancy Cheviots COLD AR STORAGE MARKET. S. J. TR1B0LET, Prop. 114120 E. Washington St. Opposite City Hall. Telephone 61. Choice Meats Dressed Poultry Delicatessen fruit, Vegetables, Produce Cheese, imported and domestic; Holland Herring; Salt Mack erel; Zulh Pickles: Olives; Sauerkraut; Smokeel Fish; Sar dellen, etc. Everything kept in cold storage and first class. Eagle Brand Oysters. Fresh Fish ETeij Day. i i ' 1 1' I H WE ARE II WING A SPECIAL mict WINTER livDERWEAR THIS WEEK. 1HEBEST ALWAYS' rmsaUKsanai Hart SdulFner tV Marx Hind Tailored L'.-ji&.''-JiV i v v m wm il t -"S3 lI H -C M M If, MP u $15 TO $22.50 J Established 1SS9. The Men of Today- Well maia clothing distinguishes the man of today. Today's contest Is one of brain rather than of muscular action. "Ve want to fit you out with clothes that will suit you perfectly. NICHOLSON, The Fashionable Tailor. SAL IT OOO -rvSts-r -ret ,r---:, I 1 .