THE ARIZONA KEPUJ1LI CAN: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER , 1903
pkiscoii uusimiss mkms.
lot rooms. AiJ mc4m conTentence.
A trWIr f.rt-c!.a and modern bctei.
t-'arr.r! r-- nn fur corr.rcla.l tro.
Bashford - Bsirmisier
We CArry fuil lines ol
everytfchi. We have a
Ft -r:-. We do a
l,Ur::;f! ;-, but can do
T wbc 3 tn Frt.co:t 1. w'.U jaje ci to
4- bTt you cll aad get cqulatl
rr.r? -OTT. Arizona.
ftrict:y oa tl. Emopean plaa. P.oomi
y ttm dr, week cr ironth. Finest
car .n club roor- !n the iouthweit.
BROW SMI1II & CLLCHER,
imi:.!r, mpsi cuss
IhKMUUD. PfSK!SS & GIBSON 3
Importrd and Domestic Wnes
lisu rs and Cigars
T Vl.imV.X - Alison
TI5E CLtC STABLES
'ir !! ... r'r:!i f l!o!! Adims or.
Nr!h -'.i.-r S-r-'-l. Nobby turnouts
fafe a:.! H'f .y i-:.'tk.
IILMJV OLCXGE, Proprietor.
Now oj. r. to j ;h!;c. The comfort?
i vir.;.,r-- m : a s-t-ci iky.
K'?"I ar.d iiV' iy in connection.
J-'r-e bus t'j hot' !.
Ceo. SchornicK, Prop.
for a tool room and
quiet nigf-.t's rest...
The Williams House.
Scoffs Saatal-Psosln Gansuls
k A POSITIVE CURE
ij rif r!ip lt ru'ilpr nnrl Ii'4'f.v!
KidPis. Nd cure no ar.
n t un-s quickly aud l'crnin-
r i jj nntiy tiie wort rases cf
f tKf n ivinrirri,'Ka an J (il.-et, ra
I tirf 'nstwr of do- Ion? stund-
V . j nt. Atsr.iuie!y tiarci!rs.
f' ih o'd hv druKKMts. Trice
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THE SAHTAl-PcFSIH C3..
' 1 OOObUAN'S PHARUACT. AGENTS.
L00K at This!
POMEH'OY BROS. CO. j
Ileal i;.-tete Ac-tils at M'-sn. Ariz., of-j
f'-is 4a s of Iir .l joimnc Mesa 011
tii" north, with 17, acia s Thompson j
!. fci.t;.. s 7 vars o !. jaid $75 I3.- I
: 'ic f"r ho-t foor ars; balance in al-l
: df.i. K'io'! frame hui--e, crates, awe;1. j
' o.'.'-s. t'x.i-i, i'-em ,iiid wai;on, share 1
"i.-sa v.;-;. r. for it.f'.t) q.jiek rale. I
A Bargain 1 acne; - i-Mles iiorth ff '
M'-.i. all .ilfalla. f. evil, fcood house, j
' M.are I ' .:', w . ! r. best t aiitalou;. j
I ni'i in y. $2,750.00. I
Tours for the Finest Work In
M. W. MEALEY
213 E. Washington St. j
Kodak Finishing- Supplies. j
All Fir.!shinje Done in 21 Hours.
Fmeld & Ualiagner
Itttlirntefc KuraMbcd Roitin 11-12-13
Ocelli BniM'.ng V. O. Kox 572,
. 1 3
Oeo. a.. Oallagher E ; :
111 Vi-. tvxurr- vsr'.surt, wjt
EXPRESSION OF LOYALTY
How the Choctaws Honored Their
! Mr. Paul Krueer. the chief of the
i 'iioctawp, a semi-religious organizi
ti.m cf Phoenix, is the possessior of a
'. igdr holder which he values not so
much on act-cunt of its i:ftrinsic worth
;.s fur the aroma of Choctaw loyally
:ni I ft iendlir.t ss .which mingles with
ihe incense f the burning tobacco.
A thousand limes the Choctaw club
has wanted to give its' honored chief
;i present of pome kind, 'out it could
l ever find an excuse for such a demon
stration of love anil affection. It caiiie
';st Tuesday night, when the hearts of
the populace was palpitating, and
Luslr.-j was at a standstill pending
lilt- returns from Greater New York.
;ivl Squedunk. The Associated Pres
:--mel t,have g-Ji'.e out of business.
Was it McCle'.lan ur Low, and by how
math? was the question v. hich hung c;i
Tin .'! -taws r-aw before them a
i ight of appi chension and s-leepless-i.i
ss. w hen th ir t hief prepared to ad
j..ir.is:t?r a sp l ilie by the removal of
I !i uiir.ii ty. Ii w as nft- r a'.l a simple
i - 17-! to do. ? 1 1 ; of t'" great thi'ies
which have been accomi lislit-d or in
vented in this worH are simple, but.
i.flt-r ail. it takes a genius to think
finding them or doing th-.-ni. II r.
i'ruger tr.t sent a t -hgram to his
friend. Max F. Inniscn, who happened
! be in New York, requesting him t i
i:.form him by w ire 'low New Yoi k
Seventy thousand for Me
dullar.." was the reply. The figures
were r.ct entirely accurate,' but nearly
enough so for Choctaw purposes, and
the organization wont to bed.
At the ; t meeting the presentation
' a t'-Iimc .!.) 1 to ''iref Krus-er was
o-.i i led n ;.t;J it t- ck the form of
. isar holder. The c :i:mittee p
t oi;-.u-.l lo i;re it was told to tli.l
leeard the i-i.-t.er of cost. One was
lourd. the p: it ? f which w as 1". cents.
The commit! e hod i.i tHii-n of beln
ief -ated by that ; eer..ir.ly exorbitant
I'srure. but r.t the .'.-.n e time it did ni t
want to be r.hl,.-d. ami told the tobae
' or.ist so. As soon :n h learned th:.t
It was to bo a sift t . Mr. Kruser. he
ai i he want 3-1 to r, t in cn the ofTerir.s
- nd would !i-al it 1 cents, which h
osfured the ccr.imitt.e wr.s r.ct much
THE LAEOR SITUATION.
I ro:7i pe:;riy c'-ory district, where a
'-v. w.-eks li.i mint is walked our. :.t
the call of the ofhi ers of tiie Wf-ste:;;
: " -le: ;tt iia "r M-iers. cures the news
f r ;: -wed o t;ir yi,yS tbeMinin? ai d
-'ie:itin- Tries. It Cripple Cre.i:.
i..'iio.. ciisti .. t al.ojt lse,j nroi-union n-.t :i
are e- at work, i esiees :() union me i
i.i the lV,it:..nd Many of the-e
ve:v fi.'iraeriy amliated with the 'West
ern Peoor.-itiioi. hx:t were reiiisiatei
'-'! n v iihdrav. ir.;z i'r o-.i tin t orjaniz:'.-
In the San Jc;.:i district of Coiorado
the mil. es are gr.nically start'.njr ro
. i'h i.c n-i'iaor. t s. : nd there is
ore activity se:K-rHy in those loeai
ui in C dorado where strikes have
i'rovaikd thr.jc3e.0ut the greater pa:t
f sun.na r.
At See.i-' hliqht. Xev.. t':e mine: o'.vnc-
.h. siood torether ' ith a. Kfasle e-.-t-pti'oi.
hiu1 l-e,-i eoai'leil to resur.'e
ration.- with ion-upjoii men. 01 !
..1 - riiirei tei:i worked with l-'edera-.i-oi
;iif:. t Kajidsborc, Cal., tie
Veiiov. Aster is working to itfl f-iil
1 is ;iei'y wilii iion-iroion no :i. I.i Other
!: -.rii ts the n.i.jes are opcr.itins ste-id-:i.
threaten'u tro-.ilie having h-:-n
;iv rl-'l frt ner.illy by mutual concer
F.'ons. In a fen- localities the Vestei n
i "t .!: ation is stili supreme, nut the
are fai less aycre-.-!ve titan formerly.
Teople are yr.yinj loCuy that the
n.ul 'knee d'-v:." Ever so.: .iind
koee deep? Atchison Globe.
.sc f or
1 jZ-.l I'W-.T.-'V
i . Ttirv sec TL'C BC?T PiFJi
Vlf vonr florist or dealer does 4
rnt. kpII thorn send (cash with k A
j T order) direct to the grower.
LI w wHii r-i-rr o
Wholesale Florist and .Tobhc
OjE lio. S22 South Spring St.,
Lea Ancclcs, Wi.
en ..Drc-vr.rjrr inviTED from
J both snoivtm 07 SD DIlt33
in CUT TLOWtHS.
HOTTHE "ONLY" BUT
Is the Good Old Way.
The Grand Canyon,
Harvsy Eating House s,
And everything else that goes
with the stamp of a firstclass
L. K. LANDIS, '
General Agent, Phoenix.
m u an. m m Am a. k
t Additional Locol i
CHANGE OF RESIDENCE.--Mrs. J.
U'. Frukes who has lived for 5-ears at
the corner of Jefferson and Third
streets has moved to No. Ti2 East
GONE TO TUCSON. M. O. Bkk
neil has gone to Tucson, presumably
to acquaint himrelf farther with the
new order of things since the Southern
Pacific absorbed the M. & P. & S. 11.
GRAND CANYON SERVICE. He
ginning December 3 the Santa Fe will
run a sleeper onee a week to the Grand
Canyon leaving I-os Angeles every
Thursday and departing from the
Grand Canyon every Monday.
IN THE FIELD. Engineer II. U.
Patrick expects to pend a tort ion if
not all of next week in Pinal county
in company with his transit, level and
chain and other things that go to make
up a suiveyor's outfit.
MUSIC AT THP M. E. CHURCH.
The music w Ml be rendered by :i
double Quartette of mixed voices. A
selection both l.iorninsr and evening by
the male tmartette Miss Xnby will
f;-.g. "When the Mists have Rolled
Away" at the evening service.
MASONIC GRAND LODGE. The
c;raid bodies o! the Maconio order in
this jurisdiction will hold their an
nual sessions in Tucson on Tuesday.
Wednesday and Thursday of !his week.
There will probably be a large delega
tion in attendance from Phoeiii": and
from points in the northern part of the
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH.
Po.-iinffjce building, Mor.roe street,
ground floor. .Services 11 a. m. Sub
ject, -Mortals and Immortals.' Mus;
under the direction of Mrs. Defty. Mrs.
II. W. Heap will sing "The King of
Love Our Shepaid Is," Gounod. Sun
day school immediiittly after the ser
vices. Wednesday evening service
7:3ch All are welcome.
MAIL ROUTE ABAN DON ED. It ii
reported that the postal route that has
heretofore oeen in operation uc-twen.i
Castle Creel; Hot prin-js and Crov :i
Point has been abandoned, temporarily
at least. The dis-o:it inuance, it seems,
is not at the instance of the govern
ment but that of the contractor who
sems to be unable to keep a n.ail car
rier on the job. ,
CAME FROM CANADA. Mr. Z.
Earle, Mrs. T. U Karle od Miss A::
netta Earle have arrived here from
New P.rv.nswkk and expect to n.ahe
Peoenix their home permanently. Mr.
F-arle is an uncle of T. I-:. Irvine. Mr.
ar.d Mrs. G. Fred Sharpo of this cite.
Mrs. Sharpe being a sister of T. E.
Irvine. bat jdso returned front an ex
tended tour through New Brunswick
ai.d other oj-rts of Canada.
. . POTANISTS HERE. Lieutena.it j
Colonel George Hochcierffer. N. .
A., who resides in Flags'a'.f. arrived
here yesterday overland having travel
ed via the Verde valley. He is accom
panied by Dr. Purpis. a notable Ger-r"f-n
botanist and the two men pro
pose to leave soon for a trip Cnrougn
old Mexico. Dr. Purpis is engaged in
collecting plant specimens lor various
EAFTIST SERVICES. At the Bap
tist chinch serv'ce this morning Dr.
f-'ojmour, not being ;.hle to reach
Phoerix. Dr. Halsry will read an ad
dress given by President Benjamin Id'
Wheeler btfore the Baptist state con
vention of the state of New York on
"Baptist and Bible Study." In the nd
drss Dr. Vv'heeler gives his views on
faith., baptism, creeds, church unity
and bible sti'dy. Chaplain WinlielJ
Siott will preach in the evening.
HIS SUMMER VACATION. Tre
frost is on the pumpkin, eanteloupes
have become passe, and Tom Sloan in
checking up the season's work has found
himself one summer vacation, short. In
order to make the books balance he
will leave this morning for a thirty
da:, s trip hither and yon and if hi;?
plans don't fa:! he w ill have , a fine
time. He will skirt the Ran Francisco
mountains, burrow through the high
hills at Baton nass. wave his hand at
Pike's peak and if he don't get snow
bound in Colorado will journfy on the
the river Jordan beyo-id which lis the
city bcat:tifttl, Palt Lake.
That th people who attended the l-c-tuie
of Dr. Benjamin Ide Wheeler at
the First .Methodist church Fride. '
evening farmed an appreciative audi
ence, was well demonstrated by the
fact that there was srnrcely a pew in
lac church in which some high school
student or older person was l.ot en
gaged in taking notes either in short
hand or otheiwise. Many of the young
er people were fully alive to the fa. t
hat they were getting sometiting val
uable for nothing and they proposed
to absorb as much as possible of it.
Hon. C C. Warner, member of the
council from Cochise county, was in
the city yestc-rd.iy on his way to the
northern part of the territory.
Hon. Alfred S. Dcnau, member of
the legislature from Pima county and
member of the territorial board of
equalization, was in town yesterday.
Adjutant General B. S. Leavell left
this morning fcr Prescctt, where he
will remain for several days.
C. C. Fisher, wife and two children,
late of Ohio, arc recent visiters in
B. V. Jones, a former resident of
Jerome, has come to Phoenix and will
possibly locate here.
Those registering at the Hotel Ad
orns yesterday were: M. E. Conboy.
R. L. Oak, Is Angeles; L'-o liirsch,
P. B. Drake, New York: I. F. Camp
boll, Fniontown. Pa.: Mrs. L. Sayton
and daughter. Bcwlir.g Green, O.; Mr.
and Mrs. William H. Allen. Miss L. T.
Larrabee, Philadelphia: Alfred S. Do
rau, Tucson: L. C. Van Riper, x New
York; H. H. Dewey, W. II. Furr.ey,
Idaho: G. W. Rover. Chihuahua. Mex
ico; Dr. C. A. B.. Peterson, New Bed
ford, Mass.: A. M. Sprigg. Browning,
Mont.: J. W. Berkhausen. Buffalo.
Those registering at the Ford hotel
yesterday were: C. J. Oswald, Grand
Rapids, Mich.: C. A. Lathrrp, C. A.
Harris, Frank Urban, Chicago: C. O.
Williams and wife, Ohetona. Kan.
P. A. Thraldson left for Tucson last
Paul Murphy was a passenser for
Benson on last night's M. & P. train. I
LET US HANDLE YO'JR PROPERTY
We have the best equipped
office in Phoenix for the sale
and care of real estate.
Ve Have for
wSL Si I. LATHAM
Is your house and furniture
insured? We aie sole agents
for eleven leading fire insu
rance companies of the world.
R. P. Th. mrscn. 11. C. Th.3r-.ps1 n. c.
A. Harris ar.d C. R. Lath.ro; were pa:?
rvngers for Casit Grande on last night's
Amor" last night's departures fcr
rr.uthern jtdnts were II. J. Brittain.
J. Myers, Miss Olive K-ndrick for
Naco. M. J. Bryan for Tucron. Mrs.
V. II. Smith for San Francisco. Mrs.
D. Hintin fcr Lj3 Angeles. 1.
liirsch fur EJ rso.
Those rrgirtered yesterday at the Oc
cidental were George F. Cocke, Arl'.ng
t n, Ariz.: Mrs. S. S huham, Chicago;
diaries Davis, Phoenix: R. H. Benton.
Mr. ard Mrs. S. Herzock left for
Sin Bernardino on this morning's S.
P.. P. & P.
V. I. Horner left vhi the S. F.. V.
i.- P. train this morning for Omaha.
Mrs. J. M. Swetman. grand worthy
t-atrcn of the Order of the Eastern
Star, will leave Knight to attend the
..r.ual session of the grand lodge 111 1
Mrs. A. Buc kley has severad her rir.-
r ction with
TONTO TELEPHONii LINE!
Material Ordered For the Line to the
James R. Thorps returned yesterdjy
morning from a short trip 10 San
Francisco, where he went on b.isines-s
f a varied nature. During .his visit
there he was put out of commission
;!- four days by c. careless bicycle
:id-r, who ran into liini and oil but
broke his right leg. The point of (tin
ted, ho'tever, chanced to be the
lleshy pert cf ihe limb and no bones
As most people in these parts know,
he is r.ct only in charge of lh2 business
cf the Wessex cilnpany at Buckeye,
but has been awa'rdcd the contract for
construction of the telephone line from
here to theTcnto dam site for the rec
While the contract has not be-n fully
perfected, yet in detaik; Mr. Thorpe is
losing no time in preparing lor work.
On his San Francisco trip he pur
chased the I'ciles and other lumber nec
essary fcr the eonstrueticn of the line,
i r.d said yesterday that the othr m
t . rial which will ceme from the east
han alto been ordered. The lumber Is
ail select stock, and will soon begin
b arrive, when construction will be
proceeded with at cure. Yesterday he
ordered a power drill mounted on a
tripod for use In setting poles. in rocky
ground, where a pick and sho .el would
Speaking of the enterprises of the
Vc.-sc-x company at Buckeye, ne said
the Buckeye dam is now get ing to a
pcilnt where it is goo-1 to link at ;'n-l
.si'.sv.-? up omctning fr the large
amount cf money that has been ex
panded upon it. II if- completed f ir
s .me dit inca and' wide enough r-qtep
for a boulevard. The dr-.m is a very
-idng one, but not a very high' one, as
it is constructed to allow flood waters
to pass over it. Though it cie.es not
go tn be 1 rock, it is on a secure foun
dation, ar.d, not being high, lie thinks
it will withstand all floods when com
pleted by its great weight and care
Another bit of information that is
of more than passing interest is the
fact that the company has under se
rious consideiaion the extension of its
Sale the Largest List and Best Bargains, in Gily and
LET US COHVIKCE YOU.
We Suggest the Following for Your Consideration and Investigation.
A fine ten acre orange grove in full bearing, crop almost ready to pick. Small house and good out
buildings, an ideal winter home and a good investment if taken immediately.
One of the best alfalfa ranches in the valley only 2,2 miles from Phoenix, containing 160 acres,
fenced end cross fenced, full water right in Maricopa canal at only $1 CO per acre.
160 rcres west of City highly improved, good house, barns and other outbuildings, wind mill tanks,
etc.; forced into ten fields; 50 inches of wcter in Salt River Valley canal. There is no better invest
ment in the valley. Price $62. 5C an acrn.
Our list of Country and City Res I Estate is the most complete in the city.. Let us go over it
v. ith yc-e.
During our five years in business in Phoenix there is not a single purchaser cf property through
our office that are not more than pleaded with their purchases. We refer you to them an guarantee to
Phone Main 220.
Buckeye to Gil
Bend. It now
west to the
ginning or trie regi
a known as Ar-
lington, and if the
enteri rise meets
by the settlors
there it will bs pushed through. Below
that is a stretch of twenty-four miles
covered by the old Wolfiey telephone
lire, which, though badly out of repair,
in better than no line and can be util
ize'!. To connect to Gila Bend will
require beside the Wolfiey line sixteen
miles of new line.
The puriKJse of the company in
building, if it decides to do so, will not
be with a viviw of making money on
the tells cr getting- even thereby,
tho-Jgh it would, of course, be pleased
to get all the patronage possible. The
miln purpose, though, will be adding
to the convenience of settlers on the
lower Gila and in the Buck
eye and inducing others to in
vest there. Still other enterprises are
bound to fellow in that section in the
! near future, which will facilitate its
devc lopment. The telephone line now
111 use is giving excellent satisfaction.
;on(1 tnree orvrtttora
are employed in
the Buckeye central station.
THE' COUNTRY CLU5
Monthly Hop Will Be Given
Th'-re was n large attendance at the
Country club yesterday aft err. eon, and
there was a large play at the va
rious games, for which the club is
equipped. Refreshments were served
by Mrsi C. F. Alr.s worth and Mrs.
Frank Ainsworth and were enjoyed
The first regular monthly hop will
be given next Thursday evening, to
which members have the privilege- of
extending an invitation to their friends.
These monthly hops will be a leading
feature in the social life of Phoenix
The president. II. I. Latham, has
appointed the. following committee for
the club year:
House committee Messrs. L. H.
Chalmers. Grrdcn Tweed: Mesdames
Leo Goldman, E. W. Lewis and Miss
Greens committee Messrs. C. F.
Ainsworth. T. W. Pemberton, O. P.
Morton. Roy S. Goodwin and R. L. Mc
Donnold. Membership committee Messrs. E.
Lewis, H. Ft. Wilkinson. L. C. Masten,
Mrs. S. Oberfelder and Miss Kate
Several improvements have already
been ordered by the house committee,
and the greens committee have had
the links and tennis court put in first
"i o 1
A JOB UNDER McCLELLAN,
New York. Nov. 7. The Mail and
Express says that Colonel George B.
Dyer, commander of the Twelfth regi
ment. New York National guard, has
been asked by Mayor-elect MeClellan
to accept the office of commissioner of
police under the new city administra
tion. STORY OF PEACE.
Berlin. Nov. 7. Negotiations be
tween Russia and Japan have so far
advanced that the associated press is
officially informed that an announce
ment of The settlement may be ex
WeiricK Q Latham.
WeiricK Q Latham.
Most Satisfactory Fuel.
Our stort open from (:30 to 8 p. m. each week night.
Come and let us show you.
PKoenix Light Fuel Co.
WHY OF COURSE
When He P-.:t
it cn the
He Oot a
He toek her hand
and she did net
try to draw it away.
"One kiss," he urged.
She shok her head.
he said, "you cannot refuse
"1 d., reft;
she assented with
"I", it possible that I have been so
deceived in you'.'" he asked plaintively.
"If you think that I'm that kind of :
gill ycu have," she returled.
"Tii.it kind of a girl'' is a phrase that
dcrn't convey any clear idea to any
oneexcept that there is something'
wre r.g a-bcut it. Practically every girl j
c bjet t.J to being considered' "that kind j
of a girl." although no one of them j
exactly agree, as to what constitutes;
"that kind of a girl." All that the av-j
erage mortal knows is that it is quite
I'ewipiermg. But this young man
choi-f to put a particular -Interpretation
upon the words. -
"I certainly did think so," he said.
"I note that you have studied the labor
situation until you have become tin en
thusiastic advocate of organization."
"What has that to do with it?" she
"Everything you have must be union-made,"
he went on, ignoring the
question. "You must have union bread
union coats, union shoes, union hats,
ONE-HALF PRICE AT THE FAIR.
ELEGANT PATTERN HATS
BIG REDUCTION IN VEILS.
Door East of Boston Store, East Washington Street.
Improved Street on Three Sides. Only One Mile From
Center of City.
E-. E. PROWELL, Owner.
230 South First Avenue.
House Hunting Isn't Necessary,
We have in our office a list of
every desirable house torent
ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN
Better take out an accident
polic'. We have the best.
GAS ! GAS !
and Jefferson St.
union candy, a union house, and I haw
hrard it said that you bo.ight a union
suit en the strength cf the name."
"Well, no matter abo-.i that," h-'
fail hastily. "You are so he-uniy in
fa cr of the union idea thrt I thought
"What has that to do with a l:'?'
"A kiss," he repeated. "Well, if a
kiss isn't ait essentially union affair,
I'd like to know what Is."
Of course, '.coking at it from th:.-!
point of view, there was nothing mor--lo
be said in el;." something lo !
done. The reasoning was unanswer
able. The union ide.i prevailed, as it
always must !:i -.ach ea.-;es. When en -stops
to think it is wonderful how
much has been .tnio:i sinee the begin
ning of time. Cilcug r..st.
We suggest to the thriftyi women
that they let their plants die this fill,
thev can get a fresh start for nothin r
in the snrin'? if the woma'i next d-ver
who will get up in the night to keep
the- fres going. Atchison Globe.
FIIIL C. ENSIGN,
BOARDING HORSES A SPECIALTY.
Call and see. Corner of First stre t
and Seventh avenue. Horses for sal--.
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