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THE: A1UZ0NA KEPUBLICAX, F18IDAY 3IOKMNCJ, -DECEMBER. 4, 1903.
VIIE AKIZ0.YI IiMlilMI PUBLISH KD BT THH5 Arizona Publishing Co. OEO. W. VICKERS. Pre, and Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Morning Aaaoclatad Free l pat: ties. The only Perfectirir Press In Arlsona The only battery of Linotype In Ari sen. Publication office; W-S8 East Adams street. Telephone No. 471 F.ntered el the pout office at Phoenix. Artsooa, aa mail matter of tee eecoDil class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. My nili, dally, one year 19.00 Weekly, one year 100 Cash In advancs. BT CARRIER. Pally, per month 75 Cts. Arizona visitors to the Coast will And The Dally Republican on sole at the fol lowing places In Ix Angele: Hollen tmrk bn news stand, and B. F. Gard ner, ' South Spring street. t.'i!JH ' ' V ABCL PKOF.NIX. ARIZONA. DF.C. 4. 1902. The Business Mde of the Water Question. What sensible business roan in Phoe nix would do os the city Is asked to tlo in the m itt r cf this waterworks bonds prui-osition? In ell Phoenix there is not a level-headed man of business who would reSnsider for an Instant the borrowing indivl Jually of Three Hundred Ti-irusand dollars or cny oth er fum at this time for the purpore of Invest Irs the same in a duplicate system of waterworks. It is purely a business proposition. Tli" irsues murt r.ot b confused by or.sldf ration of mitters which have no bearing on the question. It Is of no ronfpuuente whatever whether the Phoenix Water company ia a iopular or an ur. popular corporation. It is not' of the rlightest significance whether lien. M. H. Sherman, the principal stockholder of the company, is liked or disliked by thi or that group of citi zens. Will It pay to make this invs-tment f Three Hundred Thousand dollnra and then pay Interest on the debt to III' IMirill Ul llllt't; llUII'lir'd Unci M?V- J rnty-five Thousand dollars more merely frr the satisfaction of having tv.o water systems exactly alike? No busi:t(-5s nrin or company of bus iness men approached wlili a proposi tli.m to borrow Three Hundred Tnous ui.d tie II i r-f wherewith to Instill a du pliiat ' stem of waterworks wouM give the preposition a tiiougiu if there wa:: any kn l ige 0f lne ;ituiti)n. And jf knowledge were hvking, Inv cMlgation would dlcIo?e ih!s stat" of fn ts : That it is not a qu .v.tio j of supplying th(? city with needed waterworks, but it is a problem of rupplymg a duplicate, r.eediess syrtr;1). The ccmpar.y al ready In the fielj ins operate I a plant "hi. h fell far rhort cf the public needs. Long endurance cf Ir.to'r i &ble condi- . lion gre w Into lndl?n:n.ifn a.id a f-r- ! mand for a municip il jjlapt. In order that the people might i.ave enough wi ter for ail purpons and protecttion from fire. Tardily, out nevertheless certainly, the operating lom.niiy M.-.de ariangements to cast aside practically 11 of its eld plant ar.d substitute there for a completely nrv -nd lodern sys tsni. These rlan are blnir rapidly carried out. and will be completed with in six months. The inest-.on of th crmpp.nys good faith can be deter mined by in-nilry ai my i.f th? city bink. The company ln.t a contrail with the city -shlih calls f:r the pay ment of $1100 annually for nydrant fci vite. Tills cor.tract has eleven years ta run. and r.o part vif this $1100 could be cllvcriej to th" new plint; the tty would have to pay D th. pres-iu ccm pany this Jlirx) a year just th same. Vith two systems l.i op'-iution t.h-r w uld be nmptititn. of course, and tlio new cempany (or the city. If you I lease) would be unable to cut rates becaurr It must g-t all the revenue -SKible wherewith to pay the operat ing 'xp--;is--s ami the interest uccount of the water works. V. herr, ther, would tl" tempt. i- 111111 '"r 'he tui: incus man to gj iuti. the vt:.ture? Any man rane enough to niina-r the Finiplest bain-s would reiec th- would reject pro; o; itiort ifrh.-n l. w j-.il J r. p.irc: U as an insult to his intelltic: e t to ak him to boirow ul this transition Mage of the city Three Hundred Thousand d d ir.- f.ir investment Pi n busine.sj in which even ( , company with thj whole f l. l.I to Us. If bin had a stru filri exiM-'ii e. The t ixp.iyers of th" city -li e t imply bi;-nr.s ine-n in the mas. How un m uud to InslM that a large number of men can exject a profit cut of a ven ture which or.e business man or a few biicines initi would turn down as not w.'fth u moment's thought! And yc-t. this l.s the whole creation. It is no lunger a problem of getting ad equate water and complete fire pre te.ction, because the company now In operation will supply all, these needs. And the whole case for municipal own ership at this time falls to the .ground. Phoenix needs two modern systems of watcrwriks Just about as much as It needs a warehouse in which to store escaped balloons. The Right of .Appeal and the Law's Delay. Following Justice Brewers recent criticisms of the faults in our judicial syrtem which permit the defeat of jus tice through unrestricted appeal. Pro fessor Wiprmore of the Northwestern University law school at Chicago makes a vigorous assault In the Col umbia Law Review for 'the current month upon th? practice cf granting new trials as a matter of right merely because some particular piece of evi dence may have been erroneously ad mitted or excluded by the trial judge. To quote the sub-title of Professor Wigmrre's article, it 13 "A Practical Problem for American Justice," and one of the highest Importance to relieve the judicial system of this country from the reproach of being the mcst dilatory in the world. A rule of pro cedure which was Invented to shield the accused from the clanger of un just verdicts has been so strained that it has become the most frequent caus3 cf Injustice. The crlginal rule, as Professor Wig tr.ore remarks, was clear. In the old est case cited by the learned writer, de cided in 17S1, all the Judges were of the opinion that the testimony of a c:r tain witness ought net in strictness to have been received; nevertheless 'the Judges did not think themselves bound to stop the course of justice,' because there was other sufficient evidence in the case to sustain the verdict. In lSS i wa. cj u i o u s t nil. cuui i a it I l.i opinion on the subject in the following wordi: "In such cases (namely, appeal tor new iriaisj me wnote eviaence is examined with minute care, and the i:i-i ferences which the jury might properly draw from it are adopted by the court Itrelf; if. therefore, upon the whole case justice has been done, and the verdict Is substantially rijrht, no new trial will be grant?d. although there may heve beon some mistakes commit ted ct the trial." It was In 1S33 that ! the rule as now followed was laid c". wn ny me luipnsn court or ex- thequer a rule which in the later ccurse of Interpretation was made to Figr.ify that a strict observance of the technicalities of the game is of su preme 'importance: that no error on the pfrt cf the trial judge may be regard- ed as ineffective, and that s,uch error must be presumed to have affected the minds o" the trial Jurors. The Iheory that a party has a legal t ight to the judicial observance of th rule:? of evidence, and that these rules are not merely a mear.s to an end In t hcmselvf ? doubtless his its deepest roots in the inveterate and unconscious profoss:onal instinct. The most com mon arsumcijt. however, in justifica tion of the- reversal of Judgments on tec hnicalities, and without considering ( w hether (nc tv. ithstandir.g the error) I ru'ortantial justice has been done. , Is that the weighing of evI3ence and , the determination of facts are exclus- ! ivcly the function of juries, which the hench Fhould not usurp. The argu- rnent Is fallclnnw t.o,.-,, t., v I sess and have always c-xercised re visory powers ever juries in the ascer- ! tainment of facts. Juries may b di-j roc-ted to render verdicts conformable to the views of the bonch of the facts proven: the findings of juries may be r.et aside by the courts 33 being against the weight of cvider.ee. It is simply absurd, therefore, to say that judges would go beyond their sphere by con sidering the facts on appeal or decid ing, cn the whole record of th case, whether the ends of justice have been c or.Kerved. Judge Parker seems to have fallen heir to the Cleveland boom, but what the Parker boom needs more that ev erything else is the "O K" of W. J. Uryan. A GREAT SCHEME. i ue Florida ship canal sc heme, which wa much discussed a quarter century aso, has bt-n hoisted out of d?seutudn bv the Atlanta Constitution, and Forney forth without having suffered any Im jiirm:nt e.f strength or comeliness from its long nieep. The Constitution gives t th; New Orleans Chamber of Cum mer. j the c-redit of having agitited In the long agry the building of a slv c anal across the northern part of Flor ida and southeastern Georgia. Thit atr ifatlnn product-d an appropriation bv Conc-ress In 1878 of $73,0X) fcr bi prelim inary survey. Our contemporary lecalla the f;ict that Gen. Q. A. Gillmore. cf th ntrliie-er corps of the army, wa given ch?re of the work. a.n says that h:s report, even from the limited data- thai the atrioru iat'itm made available, ivax to the effect that the shlj canil from St. Marks, in Florida, to St. Mary's. In Geo-gia. is not only a perfectly feasible proposition, but one that can be bu'U for n sum Inslg-nlficant compared with the advantages It wtfuld confer upen Kuropea-n ajid American coastwise ron mon-n Aiiioiu: the other benefits that would ,'nrrue from the construction of t;-.c can-al would be a savins or 497 miies ot tiavel Ixtwein New Oilcans and New Voik, ?id twelve hums In the tiir-.u or delivery of freights at eflther port, it would a vert the dangers of wreckage in the Floiida straits, raid to be lro-rr than $500,000 a year. Th? Constitution urges Iht - would effect an ImmeniJe F:..vlr-jr in rat.-a of lnsui'2.Tice, Interest en time drafts against cargoes: and ths oest of operating tha chips between IK.rtK,ave-r-.tin about $300 from port to pott: end that it would abolish the ele ment of loss from the heating of cur- !ogea of bulk grain between Oulf, M- jorfeit If Southern California Advertisements L OS ANGELES P REFERRED LIST. The purpose of this column Is to supply the Arlrnna p'l'ilie with the names and addresses of thoroughly reliable Lot- Antrcles establishments. The list will lie found particularly valuable to those visit im? th Coast. In dealing with lt- niihliran nrvrtisers he sure to to'l 'hom where you saw the advertisement. They will appreciate it and so will The Republican. BOOTS AND SHOES. REGAL SHOES by Mail. H.'io per pair, erpres prepaid. IV) stvles for M!CN AND WOMUN. 145 b:z3 en i widths, one price. 5 stores. Tannery to rorsumer. Catalog and self measure ment blanks on postal request. Los An geles store 22i' W. Third St.. near Broad way, A. S. Vandegrift. Manager. BARRELS AND TANKS. T os Angeles Cooperate Co. Tanks, bar rels and kesjs. Write for prices. BUSINESS COLLEGES. RROWNvRFRGPR HflMF SPHM UIIVIIMVUbMVbll lltftllh W II V u b E53 W. 7thSt.. LosAnjeles, Cal. Departments: Bookkeeping, Short hand, College Preparatory, English, Telegraphy, Spanish. Large gymnas ium. The only business school in the city that has recreation grounds. Send for catalogue. F. BR0WKSEERGEB. Principal. I.OS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. Thorough courses, high-grade work, abundant teaching force, new and ele gant ccileg building, thousands of fuc cessfiil graduates. The place to go. Write for College Journal. E. K. ISAACS. President. CARPETS AND RUGS. T. K1LLTNOTON CO.. 312-314 S. Rrral wav. Curtains, draperies; China and .la- pan mattings. All kinds of floor cover ings. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. Hummel Pros. Co., HiMlS E. Second St. Carefully selected help. MACHINERY, ENGINES, ETC. . WESTERN IRO"N WORKS. n)"-!2S N. and pumps. Complete irrigating piai.t-. I VULCAN IRON WORKS. 917-3in N. Main St.. manfr1?. stam;i mills, ore crusli ers, well tools. General machine work. lant'c and European r-.rt. II is really n great sc heme and it Is surprising th-it it hi not been more strenuously Du.-i..-c.l. v : ay'ilnnton Post. CITY NOISES CAUSE INSANITY, t'necncioUKly r-eo 1? nr? bt'inf: foier-d bv b.ina c-om veiled to distinguish ; tvvff n diff tent noises mad? at t'l f.t time to creator mental activity. wh'c!i , results in a wear ar.d te:i.r on the n-:- ' vons orsrtinlsm. No pisnn who has lf-en almut N .w York will deny th-tt " peeietrians are constant Iv s",3' tie! snl ' r-lux-kee! bv sudden :uid -Jtiixpee tnl nr.ian. At any of tlie downtown vated stations near the ferries can d.ii'y be witnessed, the pcrpix:ty or . p who are walking: alcng '-h3 t p- ouarlil ires. Tn t!le fff-n?ral excitement thfrc- J tli 'outtrn: of teamster the clamr ng Of K-OHS.S Oil th-3 C:lT. th-.' a-'ltOTatb? hn..ns on aut;mobne, cnti. iaS;t anil mci n.n-tovimr of -ill t.w hkIi of trif- elevated trains overheid. Kven in the nuiter avenues and stre ts uptown. one i? suddenly startled by the c"antr j of tlr; gone of the a.utciro-rilie. which, rnhhrr tired nn!selpss:v riK-rs nr, r- hln1 t,, pwitrtan. T)r. John II r.armrr, e.f N'. 47 Wr Peventv-first street, treats the matter of uois" In the city and its effee;t upon the people re- one or the svmrdctns or "New yorkitis." a term whic h he applied to a disease prevalent to th- 1-ihaMt-ar.ts of Manhattan. He pays : "Vv'hat is described in the bootcs ai boller-muker's ellseap' 1 not an un common condition tn Newyorkltlf. Tn fvmrtom Is, of cair.e. ths te-ailt of ex posure to tha clin and roar, the scream and yells, which gn on in the rtreet- -l all hours of the clay and nighr. Ths hleh walls o the houses ol?ei ptav mi Important pr.rt In producing- the syrnp tom. for they reflect the nois-.ancl e:iii?o the sound wavw to r?ve:berte !ack n.r:el forth many titns. thus rreit fy Inrrenslns I he evil effec-t of a B'tisx discordant sound on the enri. ' The capacity of the e-uy streets for transmitting sound and intensifying It is shown In the great distancle at whlc'i tne np of a opllceman's club on I'm paveme nt can be he-ard. The person in the street surrounded on thr side; by rolid walls 1? in the position of th.. boiler maker who hammers rivets on the Ir"lde of the boiler, so far n- In ter, si ficut ion of noise is concerned.'" !)r. Alexander Hamilton scents l- ri-nie vcM-y ne:r to the exact rtite of at falrs when lie says s 'Primarily noise itself w ill not insan ity, but In one of highly nervous tem perament or on the vers"; of detrac tion, or to- a person Just e:n the poinr. of becoming Insane noise would un eleubtedly hasten acute mania." If a man were exposed to a series of hlnwR upon the body in a walk through the city. lie would call for interference ert the police, but he is helpless to the unck unon his brain through the nois es. It Is generally admitted by physician and believed by people universally that tnc-essar.t action upon th? a.uditory an paratus Is aeldinc to the amount of ne votis disturbance now so rapidly on hte increTFc. New York Herald. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take Laxative llronio Quinine Tablets All druggists re f unci the mo.iey if :t fails to cure. E. V. Grove's signature la on each box. 25c. A tramp who applied at the police station last night io,- liis supji-r an. lodging asked tor tho wine c-a.d -Atch- son Globe. A very fortunate man lives in Atch ison. His kin live in New York ten. hs wife's km live '.iii Saji Fraii-oisco Atch ison-Globe. v-' ' .. - .. T original of about fetter oroutng genuine- . POULTRY SUPPLIES. 1IKNRV AT.nEUS. Sir, S. Main S'. l.arirest poultry supply house in V. S. Send for free catalogue. NURSERY STOCK. The Vernon Nurrey, 4521 Central ave.. I.os Angeles. 400.000 trees. . De cidrous fruit and nut trees a specialty. Yr;te for price list. A. YARN ELI., propr. Lartest stork of trees In the West. j F.iicalvt us. Acacias, PepjK-rs, Cypn ss, etc. Palms, shrubs and fruit trees of ev ery description. Catalogues free. Special attention given to Arizona or- eic.s Sycamore Grove Nurseries J. J. K. Saint, Prop.. 4.4 Pasadena Ave nue, I.os Angclos. aClifornia: P:ilni nurseries. Established palms a spec :;!ty. EDWARD H. RUST, Grower of palms; roses, ferns, etc.. orange, lemon and dec iduous trees. House and porch decoration"?. 424 South Broadway, Los Angeles. Nurseries. Rank stree t. Pasadena. SNATORIUMS. PRIVATE HOME lor ladies during con finement. Pest of care. Homes fnun for children. Mrs.' Dr. C. E. Smith, 727 Belk vi'.e Ave. l:LLARD PULMONARY SANATOR H'M. Pasadena. Cal.. nr. W. H. liallatd. Medieal Director. Write for Pock'.et. OPTICAL GOODS. ADOLF FRESE Eyeglasses, Oiitical Guds and f raughtsiuen and Surveyor's Supplies Manufactutei and lr-.p..rtr. Ixs An e!es. Cal., 12o S pnn St. Sunset T-l M ln 1042 H.ime T"t l"Z PATENTS. PATENTS. Copyrights. trn-'e-marks, Lrbis, 1'. S. anil Korelun. Infrinaement suits in-oseeiited and defended. Towr.ser.d !:ros., fliadlmry Mk.. I.os Anireles. Cal. PATENTS Hazard ilarpham. Loa Ar.!TCl"P. Send for lice book on patents. -V-- Kodaks and Photo Supplies, ART PICTURES AND FRAMING. We make a specialty of Developing, Printing and Enlarging. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. Send for Catalogue. H0WLAND & CO. M "'ESSi'w MoiieV tO LJ! UL LOW lirtteb Fer ImlMinij or cn impioved city pfeperjy. State Mutual Buiici: g & Loan Ai-ouawon Of 1 nt A iikoI."-', CbI. If ynv wmit a lft:n ir'l on cur -ctit, E. K. l'A SCOt. 1 III .N "eut'.T 'l.. Pil c-a;X. J. KItNKST WALIIKR. Phc...n. Chance Acquaintances. From Life. "How n-.r.uy wives clid you ."-ray yo.i have had???" sh aKked. "Ten. And how many husband.-1 have yo i had?" "Peven. May 1 ask where i-o are from 7" -F;:K Lake Cilv. And inV" -The IJialta." There are some people who coiwiuer that detestable sensation of rivalry ex cept when there i3 a public contribu tion of money at church. Atchison Globe. Education is often more ornnmeiilal th::n u:ef u!. Phi);:de!;.!iia Recor.l To strengthen the 11 e r,v e , i.it n e Sp.u r if v blood an t h e and open up the clojrged b o w e 1 s, IV- Bitters siio-.ild be t a ken once. It posi t'vely cures Sick Headache, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation, . Chills or' Ma larir.. ' He sure to trv a Lottie. FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD v.-ill bo paid to anv one p'TSon :-h;'.ll be the first to give u.-; tu V, III) !i information regarding HARRY BRUCE NORCROSS as will locate him, if living, or will prove his decease.. He was formerly of Graftcn, Miss.; afterwards lived in Denver and Leadvills, Coio.; he left Leadvillc in 1890; he would now be 43 yers old. O. & G. H. Norcross, 35 Congress St., Boston, Mass., Nov. 24. 1903. PIANOS. i CELEBRATED Fitters We are direct factory agents for the Standard High Grade CIllCK- rciti no? & sons, m:im bros.. kaldwin & co.. mapon & ham- I. IN, PTSCIIKU, KI AI MALL. HAMILTON AND HOWAIil) TIANOS, and carry also in stock medium p.-i ed Ii inos some as low as $185 deiiveied. Also Mason & Hamlin, Chase. Kimball organs. PIANOLA, "An instrument by which anyone can play the Piano." All new Music at half the marked price. Popular 10c. Music, Strings, etc. Small Musical Instruments. Write for Catalogues and terms. , We are the Vioneer Music Men of the Southwest and carry the largest stock south of San Francisco. We sold 1200 pianos in Arizona. PHESCOTT BUSINESS FIRMS. jj-jotel Burke AMERICAN PLAN. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. 1 ('5 rooms. All modern com enfenee. A cli i tly !ii st--l:iss and modern hotel. Sample rooms for commercial men. vHW4e44W-H-i' ! ! 't"i' t The j; ; Basiiford - Burmisfer 1 Company t WHOLEomLE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General merchandise Prescott, Arizona. WE CARRY FULL LINES OF EVERYTHING. WE HAVE A BIG STORE. WE DO A BIO BUSINESS, BwT CAN DO MORE. When in Prescolt it will please us to heve you call and get acouainted. THE PALACE PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. Str'ctlj on the European plan. Roomi by the day, week or month. Finest l-ar and citib re oms in the southwes'.. 8H0W, SVAUl & CCLC1SLW, Proprietors. THE HOFFMAN lAIHYIMNG flKST CI ASS S Hichelob Deer tji on Draught j HIBSf hTH 0. PI RKINS & GIBSON M Proprietors g I ....THE PALACE.... f V V V mKVHinn X PIKslVS. Prnos. V V V V lrtii'.rtfl and Domestic Hine : v I icjueir and Cicjrtri v - 'w.iiit - - - - V THL CLUB STABLfS tine block rx.rth of Hotel Adauif or 'ie-rth Center Street. Nobby lurn...itf ifff and sfw-edy stock. IWTTH C A T7AmTT miOJrk nU XiJiiFhoenix Bakery and Confectionery Xo sick taken. The comforts of visi tors ii,iii!e a specialty. Feed and livery in connection. Free bus to hotel. Geo. SchornicK, Prop. MESA, , ARIZONA. Look at This! POMEKOY BROS. CO. Real Estate Agents at Mesa, Aviz., of fers 40 acres of land joining Mesa on the north, -with 15 acres Thompson seedless grapes 7 yet-rs old, paid 175 per acre for last four years; balance in al falfa; good frame house, crates, sweat bo.ces, tools, team and wagon, share Mesa water, for $3,6j0 quick sale. A Bargain 4f acres 2 miles north of Mesa, all in alfalfa, fenced, good bouse, share Utah water, beat cantaloupe land in valley, $2,750.00, 12 LOTS On East Washington Street. $130 Each. j $10 cash, $10.00 per month.) No interest. No taxes. 1 150 LOTS In Irvine Addition from $35 to $100 each. $2. 00 to $5.00 per month. BUY NOW. R. U. GREENE. 42 N. Center St. nrL.twA'. .min1. MUSIC. Arizona Icr Ariioniaas 0 owcter TKE BEST THAT BE MADE STRICTLY PURE fflS-GRADE A PURE FOOD ARTICLE Honest Goods-Honest Price IlrtmA Tnelnn4r.Tr Mfn frt I Tcmpe, Arizona CASTLE CREEK HOT SPKINGS HOTEL. situated in the Bradshaw mountains. li'Tl feet above sea level is now .open for the winter. Finest resort in Ari zona. Kven temperature. No winds, no dust. Hotel accommodations flrst-clss in every resrex't- Modern plumbing. Hot water heating plant. Electric lights, electric bells. Eil'.iard and pool room, bowling alley. 'Natural medicinal hot Finings ilowins 400,000 gallons ev ery twenty-four hours. Open pools of different temperature. Shower baths, iieeule .-pray, cabinet bath and plunge tank under cover. Four hours' ride from Hot Springs Junction on the Santa Fe, Prescott : Phoenix Railway in a comfortable four horse coach evury day except Sunday. Fine road, grand scenei y. W. M. SELL, Manager. Hot Springs, Ariz. Good Turnouts. Good Saddle Horses. DUBLIN CORRAL. LIVERY m SALE STABLE. A. V. YAN D0RLN, Proprietor. Tel. Red 153. 19 E. Jefferson St. I THE BEST 5 CENTS I WORTH YO'd LYEH CAN BUY IS A LOAF -OF I i . -j? PHOENIX BAKERY t BREAD We Deliver Your Orders. 'PHONE US. Just it LDWaRU USUI, Prop. 7 West Wfishinciton Street Establishes 188! 'Pfccne 891 I Palm Lodge North Center Street 2 Miles in Country. Open October 15 To June 1st. Dr. H. H. vStone Superintendent. 'Mil II Filieid & uaiiagner GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS KHtlm&lep Kurnlnhed Boomi ll-fi- l O'Neill Building P. O. Kox S73. Phoenix. Arlion. Joe Flfield Geo. H. Qallatther APOSITIVECURE ForlnfJamnnatloii or Catarrh of the Bladder and Diseased Kidney. No eure no pav. Cures quickly aud Perma nently i he worst cases of Gonorrhoea and (ileet, nil matter of how long stand ing. Absolutely harmless. Sold by druggists. Price ?1.00, or by mail, postpaid. ,i mi, a Doxes THE SAHTAl-PEFSIH CO., Tours for the Finest Work in Photography. M. W. MEALEY 213 E. Washington St. Kclak Finishing Supplies. All Finishing Done In 24 Hour. You Must Stop for a cool room and -quiet night's rest... The Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona, Soolt's Sai TOPICS t WILD WEST SPORTS. s ... There will be SLeer Tying, I?rone. Riding, and Saddle horse races- at Ea?t Lake Park, Sunday, Deceii -Aier 6, 1903, at .2 o'clock p. m. ENTRIES. Steer Tying $10... Bronco Riding ,r. Horse Racing .' a.WJ rURSES. The management will add $20 to the entrance money in the steer tying- con test. Two thirds of the purse will go to the winner and the other third will go to the second man. Ten dollars will be added to the en trance money in the Bronco Ridins exhibition; the winner to take two thirds and the second man to hav- i the balance. In this contest each rlder i is ta bring his own bronco where pow ! sible. Those who .cannot secure a ; "bronk" will find some good fancy "buckers" on the grounds. Five dollars will be added to ther entrance money in the Saddle Horse races, the winner to take the "pit." All entries must be made by Satur day neon, December C, at the buslnr-fa place of Bob Doll, corner First avenue and Washington street. Phoenix, Ari zona. Admission to the grounds ."0 cent:: fir grown people and 23 cent. for children ever six years oil. Given tin der trie management of McCANN & rJAKEtt. Fowler's violets at Donofrio's. For distilled water 'phone main 16. Hair! Combs! Pompadors, Switches, Latest styles, Hairdressing. Manicur ing. Mrs. Aylwin's Parlors, 11 S. Cen ter, upstairs. Craven's school of music, 240 West Jefferson . street. Pupils received la Voice Culture, Pianoforte snd Tlieory of Music. Recommended by all physicians Puritas' distilled water. 'Phone main 16, Lightning Delivery. Doea your piano need tuning? Hamilton tuiie U. Have Alaple Leaf Bowling alley, basement McKee's store. Come and bowL Hamilton, the tuner. Leave orderf at Redewill'8 or Fountain's music store. Prof. Fountain, teacher of mandolin, guitar, violin. 245 E. Washington sL Don't rust your stomach with this alkali water. I'se Puritas, 'phone mam 16. Lightning Delivery. Spring: lamb a specialty at the new Valley Moat market next i.oor to tho po.vto.T.ce. Now onm. Jas. L Perry, contractor, brick ami mason uork. Residence. 2202 W. J'jr ferson st. . "Phone Red 326. Jessie M. Piiestley Lessons given In oil and water color painting. 40 North lbt Ave. Strangers attention. Garments ren ovated by expert. American Cleaning works. Thone Red 353. If you are interested in a good mc.-'t ir..,rket visit tiia new one just opened next door to the postoffice. Everything new and modei n. , Our car of fine New York state pure apple juice cider and cider vinegar has arrived. Place your orders early. Family trade solicited. MELCZER BROS. CO. Women and girls who have been un fortunate and are In neeni of a home and friends can find them by address ing Crittenton Home. Highland addi tion. Phoenix. Arizor The Commercial corral and livery stable has a new line of stock through out with, new horses, buggies, run abouts. Can furnish you with a desir able turn out. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The Golden Rule Mining and Ex ploration company will hold its an nual meeting for the election of offi cers at O'Neill hall, Wednesday, Dec. 16, 190,;. Stockholders are especially invited to attend as business of im portance will come up before the meet in?. By order of the President, Laura Brill - SARAH HUTCHINSON, See-rotary. A CHRISTMAS TURKEY. given to the person suggesting th; most appropriate name for my business if acceptable. "Jo-lid only tho name suggested, your name and ixldrss. Contest closes Dec. 15th. George 1. Ilurtis. 33 N. First avenue. . The Valley meat nv.trk-et next door to postofl'u e will be . pen i n him! after Dec. 1st, and will handle the best beef, mutton, lamb, veal, pork, poultry, fish, oyster:, imported cl.'licatas.-UMi and everything that is sold in a first-class market. ALFRED SAUNDERS. Proprietor. The worst thing about sending a boy to college is that he makes you feel iike fiu-h an ignoramus when he conios horro. 'Philadelphia Record. When a woman thinks she has the best husband on earth its because she doesn't know any better. Philadelphia Record. Some men perforin deeds of philan thropy on the sly, and then feel disap pointed if they are not found out. Philadelphia Record. o One of the proudest young men in town has reason to be. proud. He is supporting his mother and doing it well. Atchison Globe. Harmful and ridiculous practices go on in this community every day. but no citizen dares say a word. Atch ison Globe. o Esau was foolish to swap his birth right for a mess of pottage if he could have traded it fjr breakfast food. Chicago News. TRADE I V I