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TUB AltlZCVNA REPUBLICAN: SATUUDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1903.
Fifty Years the Standard NEW ALASKAN BOUNDARY Improves the flavor and adds to the hoalthfulness of the food. PRICC CAKzNG POWDER CO., CHICAGO. It po-i: ill. -J il,h .11 a for he a luaii to tf on h's v. ( I! h.-nl.-.l - -I'liilu- Lti TITLED TO ADMISSION. Tli Tlur.- sifmn to t.' r.- further gr. . .1 hand l'-;iin why the woiil "skindie:! t-' shr.uli! In- omitted fro:n th' now lk n ;i !:. .New Yt.rk World. AMUSEMENTS I theatre llti Wf ; jer Stehan traitioii ii he jrar. Anions F.ViZ-on is now a! re premised by llar.a s.iine of the best :it soe:i in th roid th' lie early uookinKK a: I'lay hrusp is th. b!jr inu 'LookhiK lor a Wife." If tru . this promises to y e theatrical treats f thf cur eily. "'.ooWimr for a onr ! -1 u I tt . sioal tur-i l i i. l is le one of tl season in Wife" i onicy to our i ity liniTcJ by l.oth pre:-s and luinpany is a Iji?- one. Iivi -nty-ti vb ojili.-. hi i'I larti - r runjui: i i -il an the iu DISPUTED TEEEITCCY ABOUND POBTLAND CANAL. -30UMM2Y ClAMED W THE UNITED 5IATE5. mmm claihedjw geeat mum.. J&CWaDASY AGEEED ON $j CCmi55IQH. The above is a map of the country along: the late disputed Alaskan boundary. On this map will be mark--d the boundary line definitely fix Inu the division of American an 1 British territory on the- basis agreed upon. No American citizen will lose a rinsle foot of kind lie already held, rnd the United States will get all the waterways to the rich Ala..kan teril tory with the exception of the Port land canal, which giv?s Canada the one cutlet she ?n needed. Ird Al verstone, though openly Inclined to believe hi the justW-e of the Am eilian argument, held that Canada had established her case In questions dealing with the Portland canal. highly publie. T.ie 1'C.r.tainiiiK is a tar thai is usually car d by this class of at traction. Every bit of sccn-'ry and ef fects used in the piece is carried by the company, and it is said that the costumes alone cost over on thousand dollars. New fonRS and dances are introdutel by different members of the ccn:pany. and some of the latest n usica! hits which were the talk of New Yotl; t tty List pprinji are t 1- This Cap Label Is a ruararree of th3 pu-i'y arid rich ness ot taporatea e-ream in :ne can which bears it. Insist on seetr.e it talore ou buy. or ak your isiuet sot Fig . Brand Evaporated Cream It sroes farthest is moi apcetiz inc and mora pleasing to tie eye Uitn the wa'.ery imitaLons- HELVETIA KLLK CONDENSING CO. Highland, IU.f U. S. A. , he h-rr w!fi "T.irltlntr f- r n Three MriiJ )uui.s fi'i all ti.at iii the musical and tomedv l:romi.-ed by . the management, tcmpany rirei.is p.t the p.itris Scat at l!iK)(!n:;in's. lingular : Wif-.- is KOxJ linn is Tills Oct. U- trices. MUSIC AND SPEECH lory wcithy to F.and in th fistei h.n.d of states. Seine of our visiting United Stater, senators 5e :ii to have had 31 ir.iprerFton that a cltiy.fcti r.f Arizona is Fctf. -th'.iig c.f a cii.su between ari ape and an aborigine. We are glad to have you !c what kind of people v.e look lik". Ye have politii ians in Atizona. I btlu-ve t".i:i: it in Indiana that we first heard of "blocks of die." When Thomas I!. I!h- 1 was .--peak, r of toe hius.. he war. i ailed the czar, and w:.s sld to be In power fecund only to th" j.r:siunit. If the t--p.z-.iker of the Arizona lowr house rank;', n -xt to our honon-d gov triii.r. the :iie::.l if our picsid'-nt, tlien the hit;h.--.t officer which we have the power to chit is a Christian centlj iv.an, ami a Sun.lay school superin tendent. 'With the compliments of cur friend, the wife of this Arizcna poli tician. I pr.-rent through you to Mrs. Mabie these beautiful r-res, v.iti which we would vcice oar welconi'. In responding rr. Mabie alludei to the Grand Canycn of the Colorado. j the green fields, the fertile val-;!-. and prcat herds of in t tie which he h::d s n n his josir:i ;' through I jour territory, lie saiu he was K'a-l to ' . number himself among the adopted ( . itizens of Arizona, that he believed J j thi't they are worthy of ' stateho d j j and that th:ir right to self governn.eut Hlu j1 1 be- ree-ognized. He sp.ike f the ir.tereft felt in th I Phoenix Baptist ihurch ly the offl- as prreat grief will he f.-lt there as if it had beM learn. . that U'- had per ished on the desert: WEATHER TODAY. Va; 'hiii. ton. Ort. 2.'-.. For New Mer-i.-o ai.d Ari:'.oi:H --1 a ir 'a i iir.iay and Sunday. MINING REORGANIZATION. Affecting Properties in the Globe and Clifton Districts. Boston. October -3 -The X. w Kiut h.nd Coj.per eoiiipaiiy has ratili.-d I'oiisolidation with the Clifton Consoli dated mir.es of Arizona and two syndi cates are ci imaged in iniderv.ritiinf th-i new company. Tlu-v have J.lready in terested it large r. umber of i;':italist.: in it. The prediniinary contrio ts have heii signed by the iid Dominion r.n.l the I'uited tllobe C ns.I;dated for tins l!iian ing e.f that project . AN OLD SAFE HELD $10,000. M. Berry, of Los Angeles, representing the Paris Millinery, also the Paris Ladies' Tailoring, is here with a fine line of strictly pattern hats direct from Paris, and also of his own make up. This line is hard to find elsewhere. Mr. Berry will be open for business this morning at 9 o'clock a. m., at the Hotel Adams, parlor B, on the first floor, and will remain open until 10 p. m. on Saturdays. Other week days from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. He also has a fine line of samples for Ladies' Tailor Made Suits, Skirts and Jackets, made to order in any style according to American fashion plates. We guarantee all our work and deliver on short notice. We have on exhibition all kinds of lace collars in appliques, also birds, wings, pom poms in all kinds of ostrich. Don't miss the first sale at the Hotel Adams, Parlor B, as I will be in Phoenix for a few days only. See me now before it's too late. M. BERRY, Of Los Angeles Paris Millinery. An Entertainment by the Baptist Ladies Aid Society. SPOIL I hT anfltered with pilea One yr ko laat April 1 b-ran taMiiK Cariin-U l-.r conKtimtion. In th cours of invrk I noticed tlie piles li-Kan to dinapppar and at the end of aix weens they did not trouble me at nil. tawuett Lave done wonder forme. I am entirely cured and teel like a ne.- man." lieorge Kryder, Napoleon, O. f7 The Bowels CANOVCATKART1C fj Pleaaant. Palatable. Potent. TanteGood. DoOoovl. Ner Mcken, Weaken or (tripe. 10c. 2 50c. Never old In Lulu. The genuine tablet Htaiuped VVC. (suaraiiieed to care or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 503 ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES Every Woman in iulercsi.-d nni taould know U'H.ut tile WUlilieiml MARVIL Whirling Spray The new tidul Mjrlare. n rr- llun tiiil .Sm'i.H. Iteitt Mf- t'Sl- M08t t'ollVeliienl. II I lelB IobImIIj. Jk Tiuir JranrUt Tmr It. 1 1 he ranm auuitlv the M K til. artpl 110 t'llu-r, l.utsend muinu for llluairaird tok nM. Itezives full partl nl:irs nnd (lire.-liori 111 ValuabK-to ladli.'. l IKIKLCU liuica mm;.. -v lurk. X .- . A delimited audience -listened to thc musliiil and liierary entcrtainmer.t atj O'Neill h.-.ll Thursday night by lh La I'ies" Aid Pciicty. every selection re-; i-flvir-pr an cm ore. The prf:r.-.in war. cs 1 fi-IJow ?: Pial.o foio. Miss IlaNey. 'o. al solo. Miss McKall. J'iano solo. Miss (larwood. lle( itation. Mrs. Williamson. Vocal solo. Mrs. Porter. Recitation, Professor Case. Vocal trio, the Misses HaUey. Piano solo. Miss Welch. Vocal Polo. Mrs. Porter. Pia:;0 solo. Mrs. Garwood. ' After the programme Rev. I)r Halsey. anr.ed with an itnmenre bouquet ef Arizona's mist beautiful rc.-:es, ad dressed liv. Dr. Mabie: !t was with thf K'atest regret that we k-arned that your plans formed months agy could not be carried out and that on account of sickness in your party you were unable to be with us la.ct Sunday. But we know that everyure that visits Arizona wishes to visit it again, and we hope tc listen to yen some Sunday not fir awcy. We extend yen -most cordial greet ings aa the 1 hief representative of ths older t and we may say the tnc-st hon crel of i-ur national societies, the Am erican Baptist Missionary Union. We welcome you to a territory lar ger thar. all New England, a terri- ieis in the missionary roctr.s in tso." ton, erpc-e-ially when it vas leatt?d there t lint on the fim Sunday afte. the church edifice was destroyed by f re the church sang "My I'aith Locks l."p- te Th-e." i.nd made it? usual cfferlngs for foteign missiens. Dr. Mabie staid that he would be irt.-t happy to be present if possible v. hen th" m w ihurch was delicntz-d. and th-Jt he sht-ul I ever remember v ith pleasure hir- tordl.il 'Ticetirg from A 1 i zona. o TENDERFOOT FOUND New York. Oct. 3. I.i an dl sale' whic'.i Charles K. Hiitf irken bom-ht Tor Jl'.'.O at a ra! of '.he effects' of the hit? Mis. A. Tefft he has found dia monds, and other Jew ?lry , worth more than $10,000. JSince he hid fjr the safe t.nd not its contents the jewels must '. turneel over to Mrs. Tefft's heirs. Youn Man for Whom Anxiety Was Felt Here and at Care CreeK. IRVING'S CHURCH CELEBRATES. , Tarrytown. Oct. 23. The geddtn ju Idlee of St. Teresa's church at Tarry town, of which Washington Irvinu was one of ttv; founders, was bej.im today with s-pecial religious se-rvie-es, and will he continued for three days, anil Pishop Farley had charge of the services. Afte- a ir.an's friends have listened to his trouble a certain length of tirr. they ixpect him to do something to gei out of them er (pv.it talking about tlvni. Atchison Olobe. Look at This! P0MER0Y BROS. CO. Real Estate Agents at Mesa, Ari7., of fers 40 acres of land joining Meta on the north, with 15 acres Thompson seedless grapes " years old. paid $75 per acre for last four years; balance in al -falfa; gooel frame lioase, irates. sweat boxes?, tools,- team and wiigon. share Mesa water, for J't.CIO (j-.iick sab'. A Bargain 46 acres 2 miles north ct Mesa, all in alfalfa, fenced, good house. 1 share Ctah water, best cantalou?--? land In valley, $2,750.00. I 1 he Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. j Pays 4 per cent interest on all ti.ne deposit. f Accointa rhiy be opened for one dollar or more, either la p-feoa T or by uihIL 4- A hHiidsome nickel steel safe 1st furnished denonitori fee of rhure Oh 11 at the banking office and learn all about our p'.an for making vingf pay an Income. i The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. -aLTHoK!zi:i. t Ai ii Ai., ;ii0,.)Mi.ii. I CHARLES F. AINSWORTH. HreHldent; R. II. GREKNt Vlo Pr- I 4 ldent; FKA.VK AINSWORTH, Cashier. j DIUKCTORS Charles F. Alnsworth, W. C. Foster. R. H. Orrt. 1 4. Frank Ainuworth, Harvey J. Lee. Mrs. E. M. Moshe; has reopened her dressmaking parlors in the Dorr Ik Opera House building. Tailored and J evening gowns a s-pecialty. DORRIS THEATER F. W. STf CKW, Mr nager. WEDNESDAY. OCT. 2S. The Comedy Success. "Looking for a Wife." Nothing but fun. Catchy music, ileau liftil costumes. Pretty girl.H. Spei-ial scenery. 27, PEOPLE 25 i:r-e;idar Prices $1, Tf.c, f.Oc. 2.r.c Reserved reals at Coodmaifs, Mon day, ictol.cr 20. :-.t 10 a. m. J. HERMAN AAGAARD & CO., BROKERS Box SSI, 401, 402 rieming Block. PHOCMX, ARIZONA. The unknown young tenderfoot for whose safety fears were entertained In Phoenix and at Cave Creek has t been heard from, but little more is known of his identity th-m when he was first seen pulling a la.ler burro j i alcn this :-.id" of the- Arizzma. canal on his way to Cave Creek. It has transpired that it did not mnke much difference to him where he was going. He started! for Cave (.'reek, but i t the time cf starting he hzic only a half formed Idea that he wctild go there for he csked questions ji.bout a!! f'P roads a c pays the desert i and particularly about the road to Presi-ott. Refcre he reached the Ari zona canal he decided that he would go to Prescott and he turn?d: off in the direction of Rlack Canyon road. He proceeded along that thcrotigrhfare al thz? rate of two kni ts an h ur hnd when he got well out on the desert the burio's cargo shilted ami nnally -:iiii loos ami fell to the ground. At the s-nne time the tenderfeot was lost. He had left the Rlack Canyon roaei for a well traveled wood roid. He pursued thtit until he found It crossed by so many others equally well traveled that he bx-ame ceinftised and did not know whicn way to go. The problem bee-tune puzzling and when the ictel fell I eff h:s burro at the same time the load fell off his mind. He had something dse to think about beside roads. i While he was struggling inTec.tujl- : !y with the repacking a cojpR of Mexicans came along wth a zoad of: wool They, were ama.eel at the c,p- j pearance of him. They had never seen a mi r on the desert before with a ; little dinky straw hit, patent leather! shoes and soft raiment.. He knew' enough of Spanish, which he had prob- j ably picked up ini school, to make' himself understood. The Mexicans as- j slstexl him in the reloading andfor aj i con-sh'-oration oonelueted him to the i When p'.-ople loo?: over n p:-r.graiiiiie for an amateur concert they are as surprised t see a n.w nam as t- :- e a il.'ingeou tiie hotel bill nf f.n',- Atch- 'on fJ'o!;e. DYSPEPSIA OF WOMEN. New Schedule,! M. & P. &S. R.Y. R. R. 1 in connection with Southern Pacific Will leave Phoenix at 7:30 P. M. City Time, Commencing Oct, 23 Cdpitul. $100,000.00 Surplus, S50.0CO-00 I Ample Facilities. Courteous Treatment to All. We Solicit Your Banking Business. The National Bank of Arizona. Kmll Ganz, l'rsi.leiit. 8. Oberfeldci , 'ahi:r. Sol. Im1h, Vlce-Prendrat. J. J. Sweeney, As.Vt t'.l,ler. Get One of Our L.tttle (lot-tic SnfcH, jr .r' -v in u fl Close connections at Maricopa East and West. SSXEZXEZHCBBBa Palm Lodge North Center Street 2 Miles in Country. Open October 15 To June 1st. Dr. H. H. Stone Superintendent. It will pay you to get; our prices on any mining and oil stock you may want. If you are in doubt about an Investment, whether bought through Black Canyon road and gave him such us or not. we will Investigate the prop ositlon at a very small expense to you. Don't forget Castle Creek M. & Dev. at 25 cents is recommended by us at; a lirst class investment. Why? l.'.ccause it is our own piomotion and investigated thoroughly by cursclves. FOLLOW THE FLAG." Wabash Niagara Falls Short Line Ask your ogent to route you via the Wabash railroad from Kansas City, St. Louis or Chicago to all points east. Tourist cars, Chicago to Boston, Mondays, Thuri days and Saturdays. HOSS C. CI.INE. T. C. T. Agt., Los Angeles. plain directions that he went the rest of the way without any further wand-erirg. When It was learned at Cave Creek that the stranger had started for that plnce and had no doubt got lost, a party was sent out to look fcr him. 1 The search was not made wholly for the 3:ke of humanity. Cave Creek has hid a growing population for the last t"o years and there Is a gres t deal cf pride felt In it. The stranger would have boen one more. When it shall be learned there that a prospective citi- y.en vt:nt to' Prescott instead,' almost j Mrs. E. B. Bradshaw, of Guthrie, Okla., cured of a severe case by Lydia E. Hnkham's Vegetable Compound. A great many women suffer with a form of indig-cstionor dyspepsia which dzKjs not seem to yield to ordinary medical treatment. While the symp toms Ren to be similar to those of ordinary indig-estion, yet the medi cines universally prescribed do not seem to restore the patient's normal j condition. " 3Irs. IMnkliam claims that there ; Is a kind of dyspepsia that is caused ! by derangement ot the female organ ism, and which, whilo it causes dis turbance similar to ordinary ineliges tion, cannot, be relieved without a medicine which not only acts as a stomach tonic, but has peculiar uterine tonic effects as well. Thousands of testimonial let ters provs beyond question that nothing-will relieve this.dlstress-. ing: condition so surely aa Lydia ' IS. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-1 pound. It always works in bar-, inony with the female system. Mrs. Pink hum advises sick women free. Address Lynn, Muss. WHY Wait until prices of land double? You cannot make a safer investment than in buying Salt River Val ley Real Estate now. For Sale at a Bargain 80 acres in alfalfa finder S. R. V. Canal with water rights; also some snaps in Inside Residence B Property. B.A.Hckas&Co 17 N. First Avenue. THE VALLEY BANK OP PHOBNIX PAID UP CAPITAL, , UintM SURPLUS .- 1Z.'jO WM. CHRISTY. President. J. C. KIRKPATRICK. Vlc PrealJat- W. D. FUT.WILEU. Cashier. l.LOTD B. CHRIST. JU.L Cmruer. bii.Ha Issued on all of the Important cities of the United States a ad orop. Discount commercial paper and do a irsnore! banking business. Office hours, 9 a. rn. to S p. m. DIRECTORS: M. H. Sherman. Wm. Chrlstr, K. J. Hennltt. J. C. Klrkpatrick. J. S. Fttleld, W. D. Fulwller. Hoyd B. Christy, George D. Christy. CORRESPONDENTS: American Exchange National Bank, New Tor: Ameri can Exchange National Bank, Chicago: First National Bank, Los Anszeles: Bank of Arizona. Prescott, Arizona; tbe Ac ado-California Bank. Kan Franclaco CX YAVAPAI Oil and Development Co., Jerome, Arizona Scud for ProHpectiiH z . " - . j , - I STANDARD IRON WORKS Dealers In New and Second Hand Machinery Complete 'list of stock on hand furnished on application. Casting's in Iron and IJrass. Machine Work Promptly Attended To. Telephone 571. PHOENIX, ARIZ. .Vj; v-i. Phoenix Machine and Cold Storage Go. A il Kada of Machine Rrpairiag Doaa Sfeart salke 25-33 North Second Street Joi.Thalheimtr,Pre8.;P.T. Hurley, Vice-Prei ; Louts Mefczer, Treas.; Alex. Ehelnstein, Sec'y O. S. WILEY, Maniaer S. H. IIOGERS. S. S. GREEN. Phoeriix Foundry Company All kinds of CASTING IN IRON AND BRASS. AH kind a of machinery repaired. 606 SO. 7TH AVE. We will give satisfaction. PHONE NO. STL