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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 10. 1903 The Best Wheel in Town for m. J, M. GLASS One i $25 1 of the Foremost Temperance Workers Is in the City. It is the ADM I UAL, a make -well known all over the world. We do not believe in buying job lots, no name wheels, etc., and selling them for reliable goods. These wheels have been on the market for over ten years, and are equipped with first-class tires, best pedals, handle bars, saddle and chain nothing cheap but the price. Sold for cash or on time. If you want a good serviceable wheel for little money, better Investigate. PINNILY CSL ROBINSON THE GUN STORE Guns, Bicycles, Cameras. lt'ViT7 Typewriters, Sporting Goods. 40 North Center Street. Phoenix. Cash Chances. We received today, just from old Mexico, the genuine Mexican coffee. Finest flavor, and selling one pound for 25c Just the meat dressing for this hot weather, the "Red Rose Meat Dress ing. Reduced from 25c to 15c White and black figs. Just try them KXIGHTS OP PYTHIAS. once, 2 lbs for 25c Fine Codfish 2 lbs for 25c Tired of thinking of something to cook. Try our "Bayou Bean," one lb 5c It's warm But the prices are warmer at McRee's Cash Store Members of Phoenix Lodge No. 2. Knights of Pythias are urged to meet at the Castle hall at 3:15 this after noon to prepare for attending the fu neral at 4 o'clock of our late brother, 15. A. Fickas, from the family residence ?21 West Washington street. o t PERSONAL. Those registering at the Hotel Adams yesterday were: C. G. Pitne, St. Louis; H. N. Turrell, Boston; A. G. Shap.?. Milwaukee; H. M. Freeman. Orange, X. J.: W. C. Jaynes, Columbus, O.: M. Hutchinson and Irving Jones, New York; A. Middlebrook, Denver; F. II. Thatcher, Chicago; A. J. Mathews, Tempe. W. A. Folsom arrived here yesterday from Globe. Amonjr the passengers leaving on the northbound Santa Fe, Trescott & Phoe nix train this morning were: Elizabeth Johnson, Mrs. M. A. Hanlon. Mrs. Ma be) Moore, G. H. Moore, Chicago; Wm. M. Raine, Denver; Josephine K. Hot tinger, San Francisco; Marie Flynr, Sadie Carmody. K. J. Carmody, De troit; II. H. McNeil. T. W. remherton. Iron Springs; James M. Adams, Colo rado Springs; Mrs. R. M. Keil, Mrs. IT. L. Bixby, Mrs. E. II. Graham, Heniiet ta B. Wiggin, Chicago; Chas. W. Ni chols, Boston. The following named were among t'..e passengers leaving last night via tl; ; Maricopa & Phoenix railroad: Arnr.ld A. Miller, for San Pedro; Mr. and Mrs. Parsons, from Tempe, for San Pedro; Mrs. Lela O'Donnell, for Long Beach: J. M. Aitken. for Long Beach; Mrs. D. Kahrs, for Santa Monica: Mr. and Mrs. Theo. L. Shultz. J. Necker, for Santi Barbara: K. C. Turner, M. C. Turner, for San Di-go; J. W. Dorris, John Nel son, for San Francisco; Dr. Dodsworth, for Los Angeles; Miss Rosalie Barnes, for Kansas City; N. H. Turrell, for San Bernardino. A Good Circulating Medium HATS HATS HATS HATS HATS HATS HATS HATS Is just as essential In keeping cool, as In sustaining prosperity. Phoenix Light and Fuel Co. Cor. 1st. Ave. and Jefferson St. TeL 240L A Fly Window." all kinds of fly killers. We sell the Kind that Kills. Also the kind that holds them fast. Steam's Roach Paste For sale Also Sure. Elvey & Huleft The Live Druggists, 5 and 7 E. Washington St. And a full line high-grade Gents' Furnishing Goods to close. Secure a bar gain while it lasts. PLANK The Hatter FLEMING BLOCK Phoenix Arizona Phoenix Is honored by the presence of one of the foremost prohibition ad vocates on the Pacific coast, and her citizens are to be congratulated on the privilege which they enjoy of listen ing to his eloquence and logic. The lion. J. M. Glass of Pasadena, Cal., has for many jears been a leader In temperance reform work, and for sev eral years was the chairman of thi prohibition party in California, and was kept constantly in the lecture field. He is a genial, warm-hearted gentle man, vhomit is a pleasure to know, and it is apparent that much of his success as a lecturer may be attributed to hia personality. This is Mr. Glass' first visit to Ari zona, he having come to Prescott a few weks since to visit his sons who are In business there. The Good Templars were prompt to avail themselves of the opportunity of securing his services for a limited time, for the advancement of their order, and he is Just now en tering upon a lecture tour that will in clude most of the important towns ani cities in southern Arizona. Mr. Glass is a prominent and active member of the Presbyterian church and takes a lively interest in church as well as temperance work. He de lights to speak to young people, recog nizing, as he says, that they will soon be he men arid women to whom the nation must look for support and de fense. . He is said to be very practical In his manner of presenting the questions that he discusses, by those who hav heard him. The subjects announced In the folders issued by the Good Temp lars, are ceitainly of Interest to every citizen of this broad land, and should receive careful consideration at the hands of all who are striving for better conditions and a higher moral stand ard in government. They are: "Our Country rresent and Future." "Christian Citizenship." "Prohibition of the Saloon." "The Dollar or the Man." "Labor and Capital." "Which is tha Greatest Bulwark of the Liquor Traffic, Avarice or Aupe tite?" Mr. Glass has won many complimen tary find api reciative notices from the press and from prominent people where he has labored, but none more thor ough or sincere than the following expression.-; given in a personal letter from the Rev. H. P. Long, pastor of the Congregational church in PresQott: "I wish to mention the lectures de livere 1 in Prescott by Hem. J. M. Glass with emphasis. Under different themes he discussed the great question of tem perance, and I confess that I never heard nxy perFon, or any phase of this familiar theme, who so highly enter tained and truly inspired me. He is ex ceptionally giftel as a platform speak er and has the genius to make his audi tors feel all that he most deeply feels. He is admirably adapted to lead men in reform work, and I trust that every where he goes Christian ministers and all people who are interested in the re form of society will cheerfully give him their en husiastic support, and co operate with him in advancing the reign of social righteousness. I most heartily endorse him as a true and no ble man with a grand and great mes sage." The first meeting to be addressed by Mr. Glass in Phoenix will be a union one. at half past 6 o'clock this evening in the First M. E. church, in which all of the young people's societies of the city will unite. The subject presented will be the broad one of "Christian WHITE TOGS Citizenship." On Monday evening he will speak In the Fifth Avenue Chris tian church, and on Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the Central M. 12. church. Mr. Glass will take his departure for Bisbee the latter part of the week, and will . spend about one month In southern Arizona in the Interest of the Independent Order of Good Templars, o Phoenix citizens going to Los Angeles stop at The Hotel liosslyn. A. O. U. "W. Members of the Thoenlx A. O. U. V. lodge are requested to meet at the hall of the lodge at 3:30 this afternoon to make preparations to attend the fu neral o our late b-rother, E. A. Fick as. By order of the Master Workman, F. O. RICHMOND, o CURIO Apache beadwork looms and direc tions for weaving belts, fobs, chains, etc. .New assortment of beads. The Curio, Second ave. and Jefferson St. A WORLD WONDER Other Reasons Why There Should Be United Work for the Reservoir. 4" l.WHUWWB.HIUU.'.JH'J llifnli It WEATHER D CI B OU'LL FIND OUR'S THE BEST PLACE IN TOWN to buy the things you need at this season of the year. We carry a large assortment of everything need ed to make home comfortable. 1 To the Editor of The Republican Sir. Mr. Bryan. In the Commoner, leaves off politics long enough to mak mention of the largest artificial lake In the world, and do you know that we of the Salt River valley are the lucky peo ple who will claim the distinction of owning this world's wonder. Just think of it! Isn't this distinction worth working for? Shouldn't we lay aside all doubts and fears and stay with It? There is everything to gain and noth ing to lose. Without the reservoir we are at a standstill. Who can afford a standstill? Besides there is no such a thing as a standstill; we must eithsr go backward or go forward. When we cease to go forward we are routed, dis mayed, conquered. "There Is a tide In the affairs of men which taken at its flood leads on to fortune." No truer saying than this was ever made?. We can all recall our lost opportunities, but the recalling does not bring again the opportunities. We have an opportunity now before us that we cannot afford to lose. It is plausible, practicable and obtainable. It is now down to a simple business transcatlon. We pledge our selves to replace within ten years the estimated cost, and each individual Is bound only for his Individual share, and, wonder of wonders, no Interest to pay. Of course, the Commoner or any sensible paper will say we are going to have the largest artificial lake In the world. No doubt many of the long-headed editors are already making plans to launch their steam yachts, and making estimates for a summer's supply of but ter and eggs, fruits and vegetables, and other good things that this great valley a produces In such wonderful profusion. .4 Do you know that this is the only coun- M try in tne woria w nere ine ruumrm crow every hour In the night? Ha. they have something to crow for, and as sure a vou live so have the rest of us Your humble servant is looking for ward to his happiest days when ne can finish milking the cows in time f board the electric car, and up the river and over the hills to the greatest arti ficial lake in the world. D. D. SMITH Mesa, Ariz., May 9. o Refrigorators Ice Boxes Ice Cream Freezers Lemon Squeezers Lemonade Glasses Blue Flame Oil Stoves Camp Stoves Lawn Chairs, etc. Go Carts Hammocks Spring Cots Canvas Cots Cot Mattresses Fruit Jars Fruit Jar Rubbers Stone Churns Chicken Founts, etc. LET US. QUOTE YOU PRICES Arizona people always The Hotel Rosslyn. welcome at Are our specialty. We can laundry dainty, delicate skirts and shirt waist better than any other people in the business. We Know It You'll know it, too, if you'll give us trial. Yours for good work and prompt de livery. Arizona Laundry Pohne 391 Cor. Adams and 3d St. 'j.Lm.J II -X UTnrf'- WHAT A NEWSPAPER ARTIST A Chalk. Talk by Frank Holme, Dorris theater, Tuesday night. May 12. 25c, 50c and 75c. Box seats, $1.00. Reserved scats on sale at Goodman's Drug Store. : DATES WITHDRAWN'. Owing to provisions of medical law recently passed all dates in Arizona are hereby Withdrawn until further notice. Personal correspondence relative to cases suffering from Cataract. Glau coma. Corneal Ulcers or Granulated Lids solicited. B. I. rniCK, Eye Specialist, Denver, Colo. THE ItATHl.ONE SISTERS. Members of Purity Tempi No. 9, liathbone Sisteis. are requested to irwet at Kniirhts of Pythias hall at 3 o'clock this afternoon to prepare to at tend the funeral of our late brother, B. A. Fickas. By order of MRS. J. M. AITKEN. B. C. c CHILD STEALING CASE Justice Robertson Picks Up His Second One Within a Week. Justice Robertson, who Is now mak ing a specialty of child stealing cases, started the preliminaries yesterday for a case that is expected to mature and be ready for trial about 10 o'clock Wed nesday morning. Guadalupe de Ferez, who has been In court before through litigation against Penor Berryesa, is the mother of a thirteen year old giul and Roberto Val encia bears the proud relationship of godfather to the child. Valencia is a man of family and sometime ago he made room in his household for the lit tle girl who could help take ce.re of the children and not be a burden lo her mother who was not well to do. Final ly her mother became ill and sent for the girl to come home. She failed to come, ana tne motner went auer ner, whereupon, so she relates, she was de nied admittance to the girl's apart ment which was locked against her. The mother arrived at the conclusion that Roberto was playing the game a little strong for one whose only claim was that of god father, so she had Valencia arrested for child stealing. o Arizona families will be suited at The Hotel Uosslyn. Fraternal Brotherhood members will meet today at 3:30 to attend funeral of B. A. Fickas. L. C. Toney, Prewident Lodge No. 43. 1 O Spend your vacation in Los Angeles and stop at The Rosslyn HoteL UNITED MODERNS. All members of Alpha Lodge No. 57 are requested to assemble at Padget hall at 3:30 today to attend the funeral o our late brother, Past Chancellor B. A. Fickas. EUGENE BRADY O'NEILL. B. G. Pecka, Chancellor. Recorder. I, 22 TO 28 WEST WASHINGTON STREET & Additional LocaJ 1 THE GLENDALE SCHOOLS. The public schools of (Jlendale closed last Saturday with a "last day of school" programme, that did great credit ty the school. The children did exceptionally well with their parts and those present lrom Phoenix Fay it was a great suc cess, and one of the best school pro grammes they had ever w itnessed. The school at Glendale is credited as one of the best in, the valley and the pas: year's work by Prof. E. C. Bunch and his assistant. Miss Lois Lockwood, was highly satisfactory to the community. The graduates from the Eighth gradj were Miss Belle Eyer, Miss Letnm'ie Stauffer and Louis Eyer. A FAREWELL PARTY. Tuesday afternoon. May 6, Gladys and Helma Shipman gave a farewell party to a number of their little friends. All pres ent enjoyed themselves, and at 6 o'clock they all went to the Maricopa depot, where good-byes were said. Gladys and Helma took the train for Los Angeles, to attend school. Those present were: Nellie Bincie, Pearl Bincie, Laura and Ida Wilson, Pearley and Edith Pike, Eveline and Josie Plumeridge, Edna and Katie Sabra. Avis Farley, Nellie Baker. Eva Pike. Milburn Shipman. El zle Pike, Johnnie Sabra and Leland Sanders. Refreshments were served by Mrs. McKay and Mrs. M. Sanders. GONE TO MORENCI H. M. Chap man was recently summoned to Moren ci by wire on important business and news was received yestcrady that he had been given the management of the Hotel Morenci. owned by the De troit Copper Mining company. Mr. Chapman was till recently manager of the Sixt.l Avenue hotel of this city and had previous experience in the same line of business. He was also secretary of the Phoenix and Mari copa county bord of trad and is will known In business circles. For the present his family remains l:i Phoenix. Arizonians going to Los Angeles stoi at The Hotel Rosslyn. Fruits of modern philosophy seem to at one time i be electric currents. o 0 0 o o o o o o o o o o 0 SCOFI1 GILD'S Special Reduction Sale 0 0 o o o o o o o o 20 OFF On all of our Trimmed and Pattern Hats. And we have them in all the Latest. CHOICE I INC TO SELECT TKOM.m SCOFIELD 31 W. Ada SCI XQSIESTERaS fir Why is Wm. Evans Co. doing the principal electrical an1 sanitary plumbing work of Phoenix? Be cause they are reliable. Because they understand their business and all the systems Installed and work done by them Is successful and "Nothing Succeeds Like Success.' J o Sanitary o Plumbing Electrical O Water Heatinz systems. All Plumb- Wiring and work of all kinds on ap- g ing a5out the house that we do u proved lines. X . 0 guaranteed. 9 Electric Motors. Elecric Fans. Placed at right Prices. Electrical Supplies. WILLIAM Sanitary Consult Us. Phone 2711, EVANS, Plumber. 19 VV. Adams Street 3i3 ra Kir1!.'