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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, JAN lTARY 2, 1004.
.1 October Clothes P THE MINING INDUSTRY j Ndture-s Gift from the Sunny South Underwear! Underwear! of quality bear this famous mark -4- J m ml m Oil Jpd)enjamin5(j MAKERS v.? NEWYORK BENJAMIN Fall Suits and Over coats ready-for-service areH tailored to please in every par ticular that a particular man requires. Broad, concave shoulders; hand-made, close fitting collar; pockets that won't rip; shape-retaining in sides; fabrics made mellow and serviceable in the BENJAMIN shrinking -plcnt Perfect fit, because measured over your figure-model. Custom-tailor- ing, Decause the handiworKg or saianea specialists. . The price right. Your money back if anyhting goes wrong. BENJAMIN Pall Suits and Top Coets at this storeno other. THE HUB. Phoenix, Arizona. FOR SALE. 160 acre alfalfa ranch, fenced and crossfenced under Grand r-anul: must be sold at once to satisfy mortgage. 1 acres, small house, all in alfalfa .water right in Salt canal. Price $300. One of the finest residences in fl the city can be bought at a bar gain. I'argains in city and country. M Allen & Wilson, 47 N. Center street. Not in Nature for anyone to always feci tired. There is no need to drag out a existence without ambition. Weak nerves are responsible frr lan guor, depression, debility aud varico cele. Diseased nerves, wh-tfcerdneto over work, over-mdulRence or any other caus- can be made strong as "steel by the use of Thev tone and invisrorate every orcan of the body, soothe and strengthen the nerves au-l transform broken flown vieorotts, ruddy-cheeked persons. If you find this isn't so, you get your money back. 81.00 per box : 6 boxes (with guaran tee), s..uu. Book tree, feal medi cine Co., Cleveland, Ohio. tXDn SALE BY ELVEY & HULETT TM R LIVE lR1TfJiIPT "Myfatherhadbeen asnffererfrom sick headache for the lat twenty-flve years and never found any rullef until he began taking your Caacarets. Sines fcqhas birun taking Cascarets he has never bad the bea'lache. They have entirely cured him. Cascarets do what you recommend them to do. I v.'ill give yon the privilege of naing bis name.'-' .M. Dickion, 113) Resiner St., W.Indianapolis, lnd. Pleaaant. Palatable, Potent. Taste Good. Do flood, Hever Sicken, Weaken or Gripe, 10c, 2Sc, 80c. Never I told in bulk. The genuine tablet stamped CCU. Guaranteed to care or yoar money back.- Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 598 ANKUALSALE, TEN MILLION BOXES Southern Pacific System. Second to None, QUICKEST TIME TO CHICAGO BY .16 HOURS. The Gotten Slate Limited will resume Daily service eastward December 25th. Only 62 hours to Chicago by Southern Pacific and Rock Island routes. Superb service. Make. Your reservations Early. Full particulars at City Ticket Office. 22 N. Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. M. 0. BICKNELL, Agt. 0 SZ 'j headache $f jr the Dowels VJ. CANDY CATHARTIC fT CLIFTON MINING NOTES. I. N. SUvens, who has a number of contracts for assessment work, is now employing twenty men, and will have double that number employed when he commences work on the Chase creek company's property next week. Tim Nardelli, who has a lease on the Summit group of mines at Metcalf, came down with a shipment of ere this week, which went to the A. C. com pany. Tim reports the mines as look ing well. The ore shipped averages more than 20 per cent. Manager Beauchamp, of the Polaris company, reports that the tunnel on the Golden Ragle has reached a depth of 200 feet. The ore at that point has an average value of 40 ounces silver, 1.8 gold and 10 per cent copper. Forty feet of the vein has been stripped for strping. Work has been pushed on the Plack Prince tunnel, which is also showing good ore. - Mr. Beauchamp says that development will now be con tinued steadily by the company, which has arranged for funds for developing the property. The Irish Mines is. the name of a new company which was this week organ ized in Clifton, and which will file its articles of incorporation within a few deys. The company Is incorporated for, $300,000, fcr the purpose of taking over and developing the Irish mines group of claims on Chase creek near the old Longfellow mine. There are some six or sever, claims in the ?rcup, some of which make an excellent sur face showing. A syndicate of local gen tlemen have been developing the claims for rome months past, with such fav orable results that they concluded to incorporate a company and place stoc kon sale for the further develop ment of the property. The group ii most favorably situated for economi cal working, and for the work done makes a most excellent showing. The officers and directors of the -comnnnv are as follows: A. 13. Royles president, X. 1 Lewis vice president. Otto Ro ronthall secretary. C. P. Dunn treasur er. The directors are A. B. Boyles, C. 1. Dunn, M. lo. Lewis, H. . Otto Kcsenthall. Copper Era. ANOTHER MERGER. Standard Copper Mines and Coronado Company Pool Their Interests. The Clifton Copper Kra is in receipt of telegraphic information from C A. riosp, president of the Standard C:p rT mines, who is now in Poston, to the effect that tho standard Consoli dated company has been formed for the purprse of merping- thf Standard Copper rrinos, the Pun Jose group of rr.ir.es and those of the Coronado Cop per company. The new company has a capital ff $1500.000 with shares at $10 each, 70,000. of which have been is fuel to tak? over control of the Colo rado company, the Standard Copper mines and the San Jose grcup: the balance beinp held for working capi tal, the purchase of other property and for exchange to the rninoritv share holders of the Standard and Corcnado companies. The Standard shares, which have a pur value of $1. will b? taken over at $2 each, and the Coro nado shares, with a par value of $10. will be taken at $4 each. Mr. Ross has been elected of the Standard Consoli dated company and also president of the Coronado Copper company. W. B. Thompson hps been released from all cennection with cither the Coronado company or the San Jose group of mines. The Standard and Coronado companies will be continued until all the stock of each crmr-any has been exchanged for Standard Consolidnted share', it bfing optional with hollers as to exchanging. This merger dcs away with the litigation pending be tween ti Standard Cnnnor rniip? and W. B. Thompson and Ipolitto Cascar rlli over ground claimed by both par ties, and It will al$i nl'cw the work ing of th San Jon mine from the u-i-ders-round vrrkintr of tb S'and'rd. which are new nearing the San Jose line, and from which the best of the Standard ore is now oeing taken. By this armngement the" San Jose mine, one of the most promising In the dis trict, run be opened at depth without additional hoisting plants or other im provements, and will no doubt soon bo producing a large amount or rich ore. as it is known that the Standard vMns run through the San Jose claim. This new arrangement puts a large amount of working capital into the treasury for development purposes, which will enable the company to at once put In machines and such ether equipment as is necessary. The Coronado company controls about thirty claims, which are situat ed near Metcalf, and upon which the company has done a large amount of development work during the past year. The mines are well equipped for working and have produced some ore averging 0 per cent. It is said that large bodies of lew grade ore have been uncovered in the workine. AV of the claims have been surveyed for patent, hence a perfect title to all the property will soon be acquired. The Standard Consolidated enters the field under most favorable circumstances. In all it will now have between forty-five and fifty claims, to which oth ers will be added from time to time. The election of Mr. Ross as president of the Standard Consolidated is of it s?lf a guarantee that there will be no material change in tht management cf the old Standard company, which has generally been complimented. Kven if the woman of today did looR like the portraits in fashion magazines she wouldn't be happy. Chicago News. FOR SALE. $2,750. f sc?d this week, forty-six iii-res. JlfiOO worth of water, gooa ho -isc, sheds, trees, -ill alfalfa; rented this year for $300.00; an ideal location close to Mesa. $6,000. 160 acres, 3 shares Mesa wa ter. SO acres alfalfa,' balance grain good house and fences, ready to go to ranching on from start; a bargain for thirty days. $1,000. Eleven acres, 3-room frame house, good well, buggy shed, good fences, $400 worth of water; look this up. City and Ranch property for sale or rent. Pomeror Bros. Co. (Inc.), Mesa, Ariz. COPPER BELL-CLAY CO., CASES. In the matter of the Copper Bell Mining company, the petitions filed for a review from the orders of the ref eree, J. B. Wright, were heard by Judge Davis today and said petitions were ordered dismissed. This matter will come up again this afternoon, on other points In the controversy. In the matter of the Arizona Clay manufacturing company of Benson, the motion to dismiss the petition fcr a review of the order of the referee, S. L. Kingan, wss also submitted and said appeal was ordered dismissed. The supreme court will meet at Fhcenix on Jan. 11. Tucson Citizen. HOIST DESTROYED BY FIRE. Word was received from Bisbee to day that Are destroyed the hoisting works and entire timbered shaft cf the Copper King of Arizona. The ori gin of the fire is not known and the loss is estimated at from $25,000 to $30 000. The prcperty Is in litigation, having been awarded by the district court to Peter Johnson, default being entered. The Copper King company has since appealed the case to the su preme court, asking fpr a retrial, and a decision is exnected at the January session. Prospec tor. TO WORK THE MODERN. New Superintendent Says Operations Will Begin at Once. H. V: Coon, the new superintendent of the Modern Copper Mining company, arrived here last night from Utica, New York, for the purpose of assuming di-. rect charge of the development of this property, says the Bisbee Review. "In a few days we will start up work at the mine," said he this afternoon. "The first thig- to be done will be to pump out the water, to operate the properly as we have planned will mean the purchase of considerable machin ery, which will be ordered at once. TMs will arrive here as soon as we can get it. About all I can say now Is that we intend to start up and sink the shaft down to the rich copper deposit that we are confident is there." Superintendent Conn, further Mated taa in a few days he will have more rtefir.ite information to' give out regard ing the future course to be pursued by the company. Mr. Coon is accbmp?nied by Mrs. Coon, and Will Collins has come to Bisbee for the purpose of locating here ard will probably engage in mining. Superintendent and Mrs. Coon aie here to remain permanently and the former will devote his entire attention to pro- J moting the interests of the Modern corr:any. The Modern is one of the bet known rrerties in the district, and on ac count of its location, many have been waiting patiently to see work resumed I .H a toot nt ,u, . , ,. I trict. O i FOR SALE. Three hundred and twenty acres lin ger Tempe canal. $10 per acre. Also three choice 20 acre tracts, well im proved with plenty of water in Temps canal, cheap for cash. Address aK communications to A. Nielsen, Tempe. Arizona. TOO MUCH FOR JOHN DREW. When the Little Man Got the Better of Him. John Drew te'Is this story: "I was the hero in a play some years ago," explained Mr. Drew, "and in one scene was supposed to hurl the first heavy over a low parapet down, down to his death foar feet below. Blank and I usually grappled, swayed aboui the stagre until I had him back to the pasteboard wall. Then I would whisper, nendy.' and he would stiffen up. I would exert a little strength, he would ruiro himself by pushing his hands Kently againt my shoulders .and th f nale was always satisfactory and sensational. "But one night Biank came on in a Flightly dazed condition. He had been up all night, and had been drinking just enough to make him drowsy. Hs spoke his line all right, and wc got along nicely until it came time for him spoke his linos al! right, and we got to die. Then with a muttered 'Curse you!' we clinched, but X at once faw that I was to have my hands full. An old negro once told me 'De harder youse grip an eel. de wuss youse gwfne ter find it. Dat eel jes' gwine ter git away from you. Fan. But jes" han'le dat eel gently and tier's a big heap o' difference.' "Well, I suppose it's same with the inert human form. Anyway, the min ute I grappled Blank he collapsed. I tried to lift him, and expected to do it easily as he was slight of form. But when I pu ked him up by the middle his head and shoulders slumped, and I could not elevate him. Then I tried to stand him up so that I could catch hold of his ankles and topple him over. We went down together. He made no opposition, just reclined supine. After I had winded myself to no avail he staggered to his feet and said huskily, 'Let me do it,' and over he vaulted. "But it taught ine a lesson. That is, that no big athlete can throw a small man over a fence or, wall .if the slim man will only relax his muscles and do nothing. I've seen it tried since then on a wager several times, but 1 never, eaw the aggressor win. Phila delphia lyedger.. o AMERICAN PROGRESS IN MANILA. The Wonderful Changes That Havo Been Brought About in Five Years. What prcjrrcss have the American made in the Philippines? looking back five years to the memorable day when the first American expedition ar rived In the Philippines, and contrast ing the appearance of the city of Ma nila and the condition of the Filipino people, ss tiey appeared to those Am erican pioneers, with today's compara tively modern city of Manila, and the peaceful and comparatively contented natives, one is forced to the conclus ion that American administration in the Philippines has not been barren of results. Five years ago Manila was a filthy pestilential hole, sanitation was either B4 Shoife mr focd V An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure Human na ture is hard to solve. Peo ple who are most 1 I particular about adapting the weicht r of their wearing parel to the season and its condi tions, who would never think of coiner out ;r. a storm without an umbrella would not sit in a draft for a farm, the table and stuff themselves with lard-soaked food and not realize for an instant that it is likely to give them a full-fledged case of iridic Cestion and cloj their whole inner machinery. Lard is produced from hog fats, sometimes impure, always indigest ible, ar.d thare's a good day coming when no one will think of usir.g it for cooking. Cof.olene is the only rational frying and shortening medium in tha world. It is made from refined vegetable oil and choice beef suet everything about it is digestible and conducive to health. It is a product of Nature a Gift from the Sunny South. It will make pure, palatable, hea!th.-l food.' and food which rnyone can eat and enjoy without the after pans cf a disordered stomAh. Every good grocer sells Ccttolene. It comes only in sealed white pails w;th a red label and band. In the center of the label is our trade mark a steer's head in cotton plant wreath. Try Ccttolene cnee and you'll nevermore be a friend to lard. USE '3 LESS. Cottclene being richer than either lard or cooking batter, one-ti.ird Ices is required. . . FREP ?er,d us " 2c stamP t0 Py Pstare and we'll mail you a copy cf our took. 7" Home heips." edited by Mrs. ftorer. whic:. contains 330 choice reoipes irom me coun-.ry s ncea cocks. Ke.Ce oniy ty TKZ N. K. FA'RBANK u.wmn niptui'mii.n ii -' .in. iiiii iiiwhijh 1 J riut. jl'J'a'HI guwy 1 LI Seeing is Believing It is bard to believe an Evaporated Cream caa make o many delicious dishes until you try it youiseii. noes you oo, be sure you get T) Mn,i J o some other brand which II If JQ rrt.Tl fl has our cap label reproduced O herewith Jt is a guarantee Evaporated Cream, rich in butter rat and of heavy and constant consistency. It delights the cook and tickles the palate. Be sure you see the cap label on the can before you buy. It is the cap of meri: the sign of honest goods. i ilWfiM.ruMi J!-- "" -i m Be A Diessea wna baby who is the pride of our home and this is all due to your medicine. All druggists sell $1.00 T?3 unknown or entirely Ignored by the Spanish government, and us a result of this neglect disease ran riot throughout the city. While Manila is In sore need of a sewerage-system and many other sanitary improvements, yet there Is no comparison between the cleanliness today and the time when Americans first Inaugurated their sani tary crusade. Manila will probably never be adver tised as an ideal health resort, never theless, the large number of residences in course of construction indicates that Americans have learned that they can live in tne tropics, and are preparing to make this their home. One of the greatest drawbacks to the city has been the lack cf shipping fficil'ltirs. The great harbor improve ment now unr way will in time dis pose of this difficulty, and make Ma nila the best equipped port in the or ient and itc main distributing point, pn advantage which is now enjoyed by Hong Kong. When it is considered that these peo ple have waged a guerilla warfare against the Spaniards for generations. M1W JP i 1 If Always Remember the Fnll Jirne v faxative Mrorao Qinaine, fVtJs - Lcrthcns yvz life ap and rubbers, who will calmlv sit at COMPANY. Dept. 299 CUico vt r-a j "V r. I ill I f Fl I A VYi Of II I II I r n .4 - - xv-ckX IIELVETIA MILK C0NDEKSIKG CO., Highland, Illinois. Real Woman. No. 895 Pease Avenue, Houston, Texas, Uay 14, 1903. I ws barren during the six years of married life, sufferinj with painful nien3truntion and a dosen other aches r.nd pains. X waa a poor wiuw ii "t more than about ball the time and daily grew weaker aud weaker. Wine of Cardui changed me mtr a different woman in Ave short months, made me robust and strong. I am very gratcf al to you for my good health and am today VICC-PBBSIDEKT, HOUSTON MOTHERS CLUB. Wine cf Cardui brings health to sick women. Wine of Cardui brings children to barren homes. How can any woman refuse the health Mrs. Mason has? Any woman can secure ex actly the same relief if she will takz Wice of Cardui. Wine of Cardui is a certain cure for ft menstrual irregularities. It will not do impos- f$ iSlDllltieS DUt II does Cure UCcUWg-uua yauis, makes motherhood possible for barren wives and relieves the pains at the monthly period. Secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui today. bottles Wine of. Cardui. iruw V 4d and were so engaged at the time of American occupation; and when it is remembered that these same people turned their guns against us, and kept them against us for years, it must be conceded that Americans have thus far been successful in the Philippines. The Americans have accomplished in five years that wblch the Spaniards had failed to do in four hundred years. The Filiplr.o people are generally more prosperous today than they ever hoped to be under Spanish rule. The native wage earner now receives from five to ten times as much for his la bor as he ever dared expect prior to American occupancy. This ract ecu pled with the knowledge (In many cases gained from experience) that "ladronism" is an unprofitable and most unhealthy occupation, induces the natives to be as industrious as th'ir nature and physique will permit. Ma nila American. A cold i one of the very few ail ments the modern physician will un dertake tc cure without a surgical op eration. Chicago Kews. on every 'yyBTSZ bos. 25c mm - 1 .( "Mm For the next 30 days I will give 25 per cent discount on heavy winter underwear. Plank, The Hatter. Fleming'Block. Phoenix, Arizona. For perfection and &g ENGLISH KITCHEN i takes th lead. Perfect cooking also means perfect baking. All cur cakes and pastry are homemade. Try our mince pies and fruit cake. l....t..l..l.A..4.4..t..t,.t.A..4,4.4i..lljM,,l,l,..t,lt,,l,,l.,l..t.l., M, t nillHMIti YOUR May need attention. If so call and have them examined free by scien tific and up-to-date methods and we will advise you as to the ne--sity of wearing glasses. We are making special reduction of prices on all our orders until January 1:t, 1904. Bebber and Swikerath, V s I.: Arizona's Leading Opticians, JplL The California Restaurant MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. Htr-tcii fKii-toi CltiHM. Vuick Aervlrc Hpcclnl tlr?f on Sunday 3S Mortb Plrst flvenuo Phoenix. aHxca I Iffi laUlf i The American Kltcfien On North Center Street. EVERYTHING, Tables, Linen, Dishes, Stores, EVERYTHING Nerr. jw roi.ks here the best In the west. My aim will be to ond'ict th cleanest and best restaurant tu Arizon.u Boxes Tor families and par ties. I will do all my own pastry work still. I want all my o'.d friends to be at the new stanO when I open. Tom. formerly of the English Kitchen ha severed all connections with the 'English Kitchen. Open day and night- Chop Suey for dinner. STANDARD IRON WORKS Dealers In New and Seconti Hand Machinery Complete list of stock on ha Castings in Machine Work Promptly Attended To. Telephone B71. S. H. ROGERS. 94 Phoenix Foundry Company All kind of CASTING IN IRON AND BRASS. All kinds of machinery repaired. BOfi SO. 7TH AVIC. "Ve will Colds are quickly cured by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It acts on nature's plan, loos ens the coujh, relieves the lungs and opens the secretions, effecting a permanent cure. It coun teracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneu monia. It is pleasant to take, both adults and children like it. Price 25c; large size 50c ! purity in cookery J EYES 7 West Adams Street, Phoenix. FOLLOW THE FLAG." Wabash Niagara Falls Short Lino Weekly tourist car Santa Fe to St. Paul: weekly tnunat cur Southern Pacific to St. Louis: daily 8lrt-im rr Southern Pacific Lo Chicago. Inquire of agent for partic ular. ROS8 C. CUNR. P. C P. At Ia An.rlL VALUABLE XMAS PRESENTS- For an accept Me pr vrxl yon r" fin I nothing Bleu thn a dr ,uii tae it tie bg at from f 25 to 1 (U Phoer.it Trek Fzctcrj. 4:3 t WsshiBK'nN r ct Old TMinkR taken in exthan.e. Phone Red nd furnished on application. Iron and Brass. PHOENIX. ARIZ. Phoenix Machine and Cold Storage Co. A il K'sde of lschia irifl ! Sfcart tic 25-33 North Second Street Jos. Thalhim?r, Pres. ; P. T. H urley, Vice-Pres. ; Louis Melczer, Treas.; Alex. Eheinstein, Sec'y O. S?. WILEY, MaBaafcr t S. S. GREEN. (rl v satisfaction. PHONE NO. fTL