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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2, 1904
WITH HER HOOK AND CREWELS. Crocheting Is Again a Diversion for the Up-to-Date Woman's Odd Moments. -- The pendulum of fashion has again swung hack in favor of home-made crocheted things, and. consequently, crochet hooks, yarns and threads are once more considered patrician. Woi: -n sit in, the sun parlors of country clubs and hotels, and chat and gos sip as they crochet daintily colored lloss. No woman's wardrobe is considered complete nowadays without a sweater, nnd if she makes it herself so - much he better. This garment has evolved iby degrees from a loner, tight-fitting masculine affair, donned by way of the head, to a decorous tip-to-date blouse, which is stylish enough to wear any where. There are grreen and red golf sweaters, white tennis sweaters, red automobile sweaters, and all colors 10 wear - under the coat to give added "warmth. Each sweater has its own style, and may be fashioned simply or as elaborately as the maker chooses. With the revival of crocheting comes the fashion for crocheted button cov ers, not only for sweaters, but for shirt waists and gowns. Some of the patterns for these covers are beautiful, and, in spite of the intricacy of their appearance, they are easily made. The foundation is an ordinary button or a Jutton mold of the desired taste; the c-overir.g is of crochet silk, cotton or yarn. Shoe buttons make excellent foundations for the tiny black silk crocheted buttons, which are made in star pattern. These buttons are eithtv simple or elaborate!.- White silk is used. Crocheters have open to them still another field of opportunity in cro cheting the medallions which are so fashionable for gown decoration. Thes-s are made of filmy silk thread, crochet silk linen, or cotton thread, or even of yarns, since wool medallions and laces sire in vogue. These medallions are not only in black and white, but in colors as well, since colored laces have be come the rage. Toboggan caps, with pompons, such as were worn ten years ago, with a few modifications, and rainbow scarfs and shawls, are among the other crochete-.l things that are once more in style. Tatting, the old-time fancy work of lifty years ago. is also quite the fad. but it takes nimble and delicate fing ers to do St well. Exquisite work beau tiful .s cobweb luce, often original in design, can be made with no more ex pensive materials than a shuttle and a spool of finest cotton. NATURE SPARES. The Stricken Rose From Grief. What a fortunate provision of na ture it is ,th;'t deprives the rose of mental suffering; for how - poigant would be its gr-ef to discover, in the height of its blooming glory, that a canker fed at its heart, and that its beauty and fragrance were doomed forever Nature always spares thr; suffering; she is a veritable store house of pleas'ng rewards, for those who seek h"-r aid. In the years gone by falling hair and grayness have cast a gloom over the lives of thousands of young women, but thanks to the in vestigations of scientists the true causfl of hair destruction is now known .o be a germ or parasite that burrows into trie hair follioies. Newbro's Herpicile absolutely destroys this germ, thus permitting the hair to grow as nature irterded. Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c in stamps for sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich. Wakelin's pharmacy, special agent. Origin of the Joke. Noah was chuckling with suppressed merriment, when his wife Inquired th? cause. "Oh. nothing much," he replied; "on ly I still have that umbrella I borrow ed from Smith." Still laughing at the joke on Smith. he went below to fed the other hogs. Puck. "The nicest and pleusantest medicine I have used for indigestion and cons tipation is Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, ' says Melard F. Craig, of Middlegrove. N. Y. "They work liko a charm and do not gripe or have any unpleasant effect." Fcr sale by all druggists. The Favored Few. "Don't you believe, then that 'public office is a K'jblic trust'?" "Oh. sure, it's very like a trust. Some fellow? seem to have a regular monop oly of it. Philadelphia Press. Every fhmm iAiriLPrpiUwl nnd should know about the wonderful MARVEL Whirling Spray Tbe new vi.l Hfrt.r-. Jjwe- titrn nun nttrtxnn. BeM K-u- al-)loii lorm-ntei't. II lltinrt lull. Ak roar drerrkt for If. II hp fnnf,ip.ly the M H :. avrent no othr. hutsnd btpntD for Ill.i3lrat-1 book . ItciTrs fall parti-ubir!i and riirerions in- r raluuOleto ladle. n.lKVIX CO., Timet Uldff., ,e 1 ark. I .ADDLES! New and -Second Hand! at arry Friedman THE PAWNBROKER. Various sizes, qualities prices. and Bargains in unredeemed pledges, such as Watches, Guns and Bridles. 35 North Center St, ARIZONA OAN OFFICE n FOR SALE. Five- acre Ranch with good 6-room, 2-story house and other im provements, only one and one-half miles from the city, and one-quarter mile from Indian school car line. Improvements alone worth the price. Terms very easy. Investigate today. We have bargains in ranches of all sizes, city residences, lots, and business propositions, equal to the best. Ask lis for Rates on Fire Insurance. Don't forget our prize contest. Somebody will receive $000.00 free. ', The Valley Realty Co., Phone Main 36. By the Red Oak Glow. They were sitting by the old fire place. "Our kisses are likj velvet," he whispered; "so soft." "Velvet," she said sweetly, "I think they are all felt." And the winter wind sighed. For a bad taste in the mouth take a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Live rTablets. Price 23 cents. War ranted to cure. For sala by all drug gists. Head and Shoulders. "Now, there's a girl you never ser wearing a low-rut gown." "Is that a sign of an cM head on ycung shoulders?" "Oh, no. On the contrary." Puck. REV. CARLISLE P B. MARTIN, L. L. D. . Waverly, Texas, writes: "Of a morn -ing, , when first rising. I often find a troublesome collection of phlegm,, which produces a cough, and is very hard to dislodge; but a small quantity of Ballard's Horehound Syrup will at once dislodge it. and the trouble is over. equal take. I know of no medicine that is to it. and it is so pleasant to I can most cordially recommend All persons, needing a medicine it to for t'nroat or lung troubles." Prices 50c, $1.00 bottle at Elvey & Hu- 23c.. lett'B. The Ruling Passion Strong. Napoleon was being taken to the Is and. "I suppose," he said bitterly, "that history will now say that I deserted Jo.--"ihine fcr the: Black Maria." Herewith it was plain to be seen the clitics had made him touchy. New York Tribune. o BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH. Henry D. Baldwin. Supt. City Water Works. Shulsburg. Wis., writes: "I have tried many kinds of liniment, but have never received much benefit un til I used Ballard's Snow Liniment for rheumatism and pains. I think it the best liniment on earth." 25c. 50c and $1.00 bottle at Elvey & Hulett's. Parental Training. Smith "How old is your son, Jone?" Jonti "He'll be twenty-one tomor row." Smith "lie's certainly a credit to you." Jones "Well, he ought to be. I spent fifteen years in bringing him up and fix more in calling him down." Chicago Newr. SIMPLE COLDS. Cease to be simple, if at all pro longed. The safest way is to put them aside at the very beginning. Ballard's Horefcovnd Syrup stops a cold and re moves the cause of colds. 2"c. uOc and $1.00 bottle at Elvey & Hulett's. Dcmosthercs Wa3 Tongue-Tied. Demosthenes was rehearsing at his home one of his most brilliont orations. "Yes," said his wife, "that's very fine. Now, won't you just step out and discharge the cook?" Suddenly remembering 'an engage ment down town he fled from the house with fear upon his face. IF UNWELL. Try a. 50c bottle of Uerbine. notice the improvement speedily effected in your Appetite, Energy. Strength and Vigor. Watch how it brightens th? spirits, gives freedom from Indigestion and Debility: 1 Isaac Story. Ava. Mo., writes, Sept. inth. 1900. "I was in bad health, I had stomach trouble for 12 months, also dumb chills. . Dr. J. W. Mory pre scribed, Herbine. it cured me in two weeks. I cannot recommend it too highly, it will do all you claim for it." Sold by Klvey & Hulett's. The way to understand a woman is to know there is no way. New York Press. . o Mr. Wm. S. Crane, of California, Md.. suffered for years from rheumatism and lumbago. He was finally advised to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, w hich he did, and it effected a complete cure. This liniment is for s:aley all drug gists. 1 Nothing pleases the average woman so much as her ability to reverse a man's opinion. Chicago News. Congratulations. Mr. John H. Cullom. Kditor of the Garland, Texas, News, has written a letter of congratulations to the man ufacturers of Chamberlain's Cough llemedy, as follows: "Slxte?n years ago when our first child was a baby he was subject to croupy spells and we would be very uneasy about -him. We bigan using Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy in 1NS7, and finding it such a reliable remedy for colds and croup, wo have never been without it in the house since that time. We h-ive live children and li'ivc given 'it to all of them with pc; 1 results. One good feature of this remedy is that it is not disagreeable to t;ike and our babies really like it. Another is that it is not dangerous, and there is no risk from giving an over dose. I congratulate you upon the suc cess of ycui- remedy." For sale by all druggists. First a man's mother spoils him and then his wife keeps him ppoiled. New York Tress. 37 N. Center St. The intrinsic value of a thing is what it will bringr. BIG SACRIFICE! WAIST SETS, - - - 25c. Former Price 75c TOYS AND GAMES, - 15c Former Price 25c NOTHING OVER 25c. Commonwealth Jewelry Co., 8 East Washington Street LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. IN THE DISTRICT COURT Of the Third Judicial District, Ter ritory of Arizona, in and for Maricopa count j. Rebecca G. Phillips, plaintiff, vr. Joseph A. Phillips, defendant. Action brought in the District Cojrl of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Mari copa County, and the complaint filed i:i said Maricopa County in the office of the Clerk of said District Court. In the name of the Territory of Ari zona, to Joseph A.. Phillips, defendant. Greeting: You fire hereby summoned and re quired to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plain tiff, in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the County oC Maricopa, and answer the Complaint therein filed with the Clerk of this said Court, at Phoenix, In said County, within twenty days after the service upon you of this- summons, if served In this said County, or if served by publication within sixty days from the first publication thereof, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times above mentioned being ex clusive of the dy of service, or judgment by default will be taken against you. Given under my hand and the seal of the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona. In and for Maricopa County, this 20th day of December, A. D., 19C.'. (Seal.) ELI AS F. DUNLEAVY, Clerk of Faid District Court. By J. E. STURGES, Deputy Cierk. First publication December 30, 1903. Department of the Interior, Wash ington. f. C Dec. 7. 1903. Notice is hereby given that the time for ooening proposals for the con struction of about 18 miles of canal, pressure pipes, and tunnels, together with head-works, spill-ways and gats for the diversion and conduction of "bout 200 cubic feet of water per sec oud. from Salt River, about twenty-five miles north of Olobe. Arizona, for power purposes, has been postponed from December X, 1903. until 12 m. Thursday. January 7, 1904 All the bids will be opened at the office of the ecretary of the interior. E. A. Hitch cock, secretarv. First publication. Dec. 31. 1903. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Homestead Entry No. S170. Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Tucson. Arizona. Dec. 29. 1U3S. NTotice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice c.f his intention to make final proof in supiiort of his claim, and that snld proof will be made before the deik ol 'he district court at Phooni::, Ariz., cn Saturday, Feb. 6. 1J01. viz.; Carlos C. Higuera of Phoenix. Ariz., for the N W. 1-4 of Sec. 26. T. 1 N.. R. 1 . CI. .'i S. R. H. & M. He names the following witnessas to t.roe his continuous residence upon nnd cultivation of said land, viz.: Joseph It. Carillo, of Phoenix, Ariz. F.iward K. Buker. of Phoenix, Ariz. Colwell P, Litch. of Phoenix. AiU William O. Moore, of Phoenix. Ariz. HILTON R. MOORE. Register. First publication Dec. 31. 1902. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Thomas K. Cummings de ceased. Notice is hereby given by the under.signod. administrator of the estate of Thomas K. Cummings de ceased, to be creditors of and all per sons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers. within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator at No. 227 North Center st. Phoenix, Ariz., the same being the place for tho transaction of the business of said cr.tate. in said County of Maricopa. FRANK Ll'CAS, Administrator of the estate of Thomas K. Cummings, deceased Dated Wednesday this SOth. day c: Dec. 1303 First publication. Jan. 1. mii4. economy. The Husband "What! You don't mean to say those furs were 300?" Wife "Yes; but I'm to be very care ful of them. In fact, I ordc-red another set enly for a hundred, so as to keep these for best." I ife. 2S333E POPULAR WANTS ES&SXXl Q3ESS52 All Advertisements Running for Ltss Timt Than On Konth Mast Be Paid in Advance. For Sato FOR SALE Cheap a new stock sad dle. Address B. R., Republican. FOR SALE Comfortable wheel chair; ( rubber tires. Call mornings. -'J In diana st. FOR SALE Trading post at the Gilu:tWLt' RONT room with good board. crossing, fifteen miles southwest of . I'noenix. Address box 232, city. TORXLEneNor3Telaval separ ator in perfect order; one sprint vagon .two sets double harness. S R. F. .Tones, at Wakelin's gro-.yry. FOR S ALE G ood gent 1 e d r I vim horse. Also buggy and harness. Ap ply 117 N. 10th ave. FOR SALE 10x15 tent house, com Portable; furnished; used only four weeks; no sick people. Also large turquoise brooch cheap. COS North Second st. FOR SALE High grude buggy, har ness and driving mare; also eight months' old draught colt. Broome!! Bros., two miles northeast of Pnoe r.ix. FOR SALE A fine spun of driving horses at Hamilton's runch. one mile northeast of Glendule. 'Phone Sub. 23. FIVE GAITlON good oil-$ i733 : de livered. Phoenix Oil Co. 'Phone Red 522. FUR SALE Horpe, buggy and har ness in gorui condition; cheap. 746 E. Adams st. FOR SALE My ranch located 1; miles north of Phoenix, c-onaistintr of ICO ficres ini-liuline- n.n full Kh.-rp in ! Grand canal. Co. (100 inches of wa ter) at $100.00 per acre. Terms cash. E. O. slocum. FOR SALE -One new six horse power Llewellyn gasoline engine. Engine suitable for pumping plant on lunch. Inquire at Valley bank. FOR SALE One of the drug stores in Arizona. O.. box 431. best paying Address P. FOR SALE Eleven single buggies, rubber and steel tires. Pole buggies, buck boards, spring wagons, surreys, three seated wagons, twenty sets of harness and horses of all kinds at Valley corral. Five Points. FOR SALE 15 fresh milch cows, one work mare, weight 1200; one saddle horse, two miles east. J. C. McNultv. FOR SALF 0 acres with Mesa wat er, fenced and ready for farming. $30 per acre. Address, Mesa hotol, Mesa. FOR SALE Covered spring wagon. Suitable for stae or mountain travel. Call R. W. Parker, blacksmith shop. southwest corner First ivc-nue and Jefferron st. FOR SALE 25 acres five mi!o3 north east of Phoenix, in orang'? Vlt; ! three-room frame house, well an 1 cistern. 434. For particulars address bo.c FOR SALE. Ten room brick stone foundation; polished modern plumbing; electric bath loom; butler's pantry; 1 large screen sleeping room; bouse; floors; lights; cellar; porrh- es; city water; lawn and shade trees: shed barn. $5,000 in easy payments. Could not be duplicated for $7.f-0t'. W. II. Robinson. 102 West Adams St. FOR SALi; or trade fine two-story brick aid frame -suburban residence with three acres of alfalfa; block from car line. Will sell on easy terms or trade for good valley land improved or unimproved. Address Smlth-Rrown, this office. FOR SALE Five-room orick cottage: north and east front; bath: screen porch, etc.; newly papered; just the place for a small family. Address P. O. Box 434. ANOTHER "S0FTSN.AP Six "whole blocks in Montgomery's addition Nos. in. 1G. 23. 24. 2.", SO for sale at 53,600.00, eight hundred dollars les3 than city's assessed valuation. J1S0 less than county's. Terms cash. E. O. Slocum. FOR SALE L'O acres three miles K. W. from Tempi?; small frame house ar.d tent hovise: one and one-fourth acres In fruits, balance alfalfa: water right in Tempe canal; owner going away. Address K. C. Ti.. box 434. Phoenix. FOR SALE S(Tacre3 with full , water right in Grand canal, about 8 miles west of Phoenix; 523 per acre. The best buy in the valley. For par ticulars address L. V.. P. O. box 818. FOR SALE Brick house with two rooms and frame house with two rooms, bath, windmill and large tank, garden, rose garden, shade trees, etc.. on Grand avenue, one-half mile from Five Points; 100 feet front by 150 feet t'eep: a snap. Address box-434. FOlTl? ALE Two-story brick house; S rooms; chicken yard: plenty shade: lawns, etc.; a snap if taken at once. Call S36 N. 2nJSt. FpRSALE Two-story brick house, nine rooms; bat!i, screen porch, chicken yard. He; plenty shade. Face front. A snap. Call 208 South Seventh' ave. or see Masie. For Ecnt Ft;n RENT Fie-room brick house. unfurnished. 419 S. Center st. FOR RENT Three unfurnished room:! $". 119 W. Adams st. FOR RENT A small furnished house; close in. Apply to E. E. Pro well. 230 South First avenue. I'hoenix. Ariz. FOR RENT Furnished and unfur nished houses; all sizes, kinds and prices; also, houses, lots and ranches for sale. W. K. James, room 5, Nicholson building. FOR REN'!--i'he Redman Meat Mar ket, also other buildings. Globes Arizona. ddress Box "fi. FOR RENT Sniall unfurnished 1uus. JS.00 per month: also three furnithed rooms for housekeeping cheap. SOS Wet Grant st. FOR RENT No. 1 tent bou.se. one half mile west of Indian -school. Also spring wagon and tingle harness for sale. UNFURNISHED large, sunny front rooms In healthy family, close in. Address H, Republican. FOR RENT 140 acres land, hair at- falfa. one mile from creamery. Lin - coin Fowler, room 16. Porter building. WANTED A farmer to take 80 acres of rich bottom land, abundance of water and farm on share3. Address box 742. Phoenix. Doard and 2ooms 3?,2 N. Fifth st LEE'S RANCH Good board, nicely furnished ter.ts. Free ride from Cooper & Black's grocery daily 11: ;1Q n. m. Box C.fl. CHOICE excfuslve suburban board", fresh tow, poultry, carriage. Box 443. FOR FIRST CLASS ROOMS -and board try the Rumney, on Grand ave. Hi miles from postoff Ice; plenty of good Jersey milk and eggs; free transportation to city daily. Tele phone Main 332. C.YsA LOMA A first class, modern, medium price, family hotel at Tempe. Arlzonn. Write for rates. Purntehed Booms FOR RENT Li: rice sunny fiont room. , hund.-:omely furnished, in a central locutio;;. No sick people taken. Ad dress I J. Republican othVe. F O R R E N T 6 n e d e s 1 fa b 1 af u r ni she7l room. 503 N. Second av FOR RENT Cleanly furnished rooms. No Invalids. 220 E. Madison st. TEN T 1 ! OCSES on desert, furnished for housekeeping. $8 and $12 pr month. :!os ill 2. FOR RENT: large, sunny, furnished room with stove; good bed. No consumptives. 340 north 4th street FOR RENT in private fiTmilv to ""a fcentlemuit nice furnished room, heated by gas. I'se of stable. No sick. :.2H East Washington street. BOARD at Grant's ranch; flrsfTiass: first house east of Indian s h Rcoms or ter.ts; four bl'k from street cars. Address 11. F. D. 1. FOR RENT Neatly furnished rooms at 527 West Madison st. THE ARCADE Elegant furnished rooms, strictly first-class. No In valids. 32 fouth Center St. Hel Wanted ! WANTED Two men of fail educa tion, push unci good appearance to work in Arizona. Expenses ad vanced, salary paid weekly. Ad dress with stamp, J. H. .Moore. Phoenix. Ariz. W A N TED Girl for general hous work, small family. Apply to Mm. Turner, Sixth Avenue Hotel. WANTED Girl for repairinz and nnd pressing. American Cleani:irr works. : WANTED Wop.an at Coffee Al's restaurant. WANTED A first-class male steno grapher and typist; salary $100.00 per month. Remington Typewriter Co.. No. C. East Washington st. WANTED Girl or woman for general housework. Call 4S2 N. First ave. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY All kinds of help furnished housekeepers, ranchers, contractors and mining su perintendents. CHAPMAN & IRVIN, 42 N First avenue. Vi'AXTKD Waiter, American Kitchen. North Center st. WANTED Girl to do general work. 410 West Monroe st. house- Situations Wanted WANTED Position by competent male steucgi apher; best references. Address "JT," car.1 Republican. WANTED 15y farmer, experienced ir. dairying, stock raising and fruit culture, work as manager or as hand: or would rent place c:i shares. Addre:;r, "E. E.." this office. POSITION- WANTED-" ExpiTine.'i farmer, married well posted on irri gation wants to take care of a stock ed ranch on shares or per month. Address D. W., care Republican. WA NTEI Position as nurse for chil dren. Address 3!2 I'niversity am HOUSE CLEANING -By a white man. Address M. J.. Republican. EMPLOYM EXT AGENCY We furn ish house girls, cooks, porters, la borers ar.d such hands to all in need of same. CHAPMAN & IRVIN. 42 N First avenue. I'Sst and Pound FOUND Between Tempe and Mesa one lady's fur cup?, Call at Repub lican: pay for this notice and re ceive cape.. LOST Small black burro. white Notifv nose and stomach. Reward. 2211 W. Washington st.. LOST lsetwecn Dr. Duilield's ofticc; and Bailee's Curio store lady's own faced gold watch. "C. L. M." and p;u. Leave at Republican and receive re ward. LOST Blue Golf cape, green hood am! lining, on Center st. Finder lea Vi nt Republican office ar:d reeei-.v liberal reward. LOST on Capitol Addition street car early Thursday a. m., small pure containing stamps and key. Please leave at Republican office. CAME to my ranch: biack. white-faced filly branded J S lazzy. Bay three year old branded S lazzy. Will be sold according to law. J. W. Joslin. Newsholm Ranch. 9 miles west of Phoenix. Miscellaneous Wants CHOICE Exclusive suburban board, one only or c-ouule. Box 44:'. WANTED One furnished room f"r light housekeeping: no sickness. Ad dress "A." Republican. $j7oo REWARD ottered for informa tion leading to the arrest and coi viction of t ho person who .stoic the tent covering from palms on ground.? of Dwight B. Heard on night of Dec. "Sth. PIANO PRACTICE can hi had. In- ' DRESSMAKING and ladies tailoring. 325 South Eleventh ave. WANTED Partner, small capita) Cood business; man or woman. Ad dress P. O. Box 11R3. WANTED A small furnished house. State locality and price with de scription of property. Family of three with no tuberculosis. R. Re publican office. REWARD $ 1 00 for arrest and con viction of the impositor soliciting In name of the American Cleaning and Dyeing works. No agents. T. H. Johnson, E. Washington and 3rd st. Phone Red 253. MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present and future. Ladies, 25c; gentlemen. 50 cents. 231 Buchanan street, come' of Third treet CLOTHING or d-licacies for the poor and sick can be left at the rooms of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, corner of Monroe and Central five. They will be carefully distn buted. Those In need please ca!l. Personal HARRY G. MAKING, you can return home: mutter has been arrunged. C. S. Hammond. PROFESSIONAL OJTAYUJILIC. E. E. PASOOE. Notary Public. Convey. ancing a specialty. Acknowledgement! taken. 1 10 North Center street. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. TWOS. J. I KI0SCOTT-Cornorat:on and Commercial Law a specialty. Room f-S-lu Cotton block, Phoenix, Arizona. Oliver P. -Mortnn. Arthur J. Edwards EDWARDS St MORTON, Law vers. 15 3. Center 8t. Phoenix, Arise. J. W. CRENSHAW, attorney at law. Of- nce rooms zitt and zu J-lemlng tfuuaing, J!ocniT, Arizona. HJRPODY PAtNLKSS removal of corns or bunion rices 30 cents earh. Privacy assured, lay or night. Fashion Barber Shop, basement for. Center and Washington Ms. Tel. liea P62. f rank shlrley. ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST. J. C. A. KING. Assaver and Metallurgist Cyanide concentration, mill and smel ter tpsla. IS N. second Aw., irtioenlx Arizona. CHARLES Vs. ROGERS U.ATC Or WASHINGTON, D. C.) SOLICITOR OF PATENTS AND INFRINGEMENT LAWYER 128 W. Third St.. Los Anseles, Cal. OSTEOPATHY. Ir. U. L. C onner. OMenpMhte HliyswMHil Office 8 Wct A1mx. I'houc, office He A Hat Residence Rel Ki. F. P. Jacob', V. S Deputy Survevor. Eurvey of mini tut cUtms fur pateut a specially. Kocun 6, NictiolMu block. Pnoenix Mr. Trvinit Bclieer teacher cf Fiano. f.'O North Third Street. Studio &FSS ROSK McVPAMS, Meiise, graduate of Iir PiunlaK lirahnm. Boston, Uiaduste in Hydrotherapy. Tiie Occidental Phone red 93, Phoenix, Aiizona. 'We Have Moved. If you have PROPERTY For Sala or For Rent , List yours with us. We have the only authentic and correct map of the valley. Call and get one. No. 13 N. Center St. TAYLOR & SONS Real Estate and Loans. OCEAN CABLES IN 1903. They Are Owned in Twenty-two Coun tries end Are 252,436 Miles Long. Denmark has a more prominent place among countries whose capital ists have engaged in laying ocean ca bles tha:i might be expected fiom her infeiior commercial importance. She ranks fourth on the list, even surpass ing Germany. The reason is that the Great North ern Telegraph company, with its offices at Copenhagen, laid and operates on' cf t lie most important cable systems in the Orient that which, connec ts Ylad ivostock with Nagasaki, Shanghai and Hong Kong. There are in operation today 2.".2,436 miles of oc?an cable?, of which only 38.797 miles, c.r about 1j per cent, are 'owned by governments,, the remainder being in the hands o" privafe owners. Englishmen opened the first cable line across the narrow channel be tween Dover and (alais on August 2S. 1S.")0 and Englishmen still control a larger' mileage than the capitalists of half the tctal length cf the submarine lines. The British cables which connect London with all parts of the world have a length of l"4,li9 miies. of which 14,K(;3 miles are owned by the govern ment. Of th? 139. 13C miles owned by private companies, the longest mileage is the Australian and Oriental lines. The Eastern Extension. A ut ralasi-i snd China Telegraph company c utrols 27,609 miles and the Western Tele graph company 19.8S0 miles. The most important of the British cable lines are the five that stretch across the North Atlantic, and also the first line stretched across the Pacific, which connects Vancouver with the Fiji islands, Norfolk island, Queens land pud New Zealand nnd which was opened o:i December 8. 1903. Ameng the many British lines also are cables to South America and along both of its coasts. Our country, is second on lh" list with 44,470 mile's of cable, nearly all in private hands, the government con trcliing only a short mileage in Alas kan waters. The most important are the five line sacross the Atlantic, and the second great Pacific cable, com pleted on July 25, 1903, by the Commer cial Pacific Cable company, between San Francisco, Honolulu, Midway is- PHOENIX AUCTION COMPANY. 23 South First Ave. Geo. F. McLean, Mgr. All kinds of household furniture and other goods sold at auction on commission or bought outright: We also sell ranches, live stock, poultry, etc. Auction sale Saturday, Jan uary 9, '04. land, Guam and the Philippines. An other great line laid down by Ameri can capitalists is that on th Pacifie ccast between the Isthmus of Tt-huan- tepec and Valparaiso. Chile. France ha the third rlace with a to tal length of 24.010 miles, of which 10.0&2 are the property of tbe state. The most important of the sumnarine con nections of France are the two linrs which conneet Brest with the United; States. As already - mentioned. Denmark U fourth on the list with 5.4SS miles. Ger many lags behind with 9.22S miles of cable, of which more than one-third in owned by the government. Its niuxt important cuHe service Is that Mrn the Island of Borkum. Fayal and New York city. The seventeen other countries hili take a financial interest in cable have altogether only 11.131 miles of lines, nearly all of them owned by the various governments. The country which figures to th smallett extent in this list i Bulgaria, with an ocean cable about three fourths cf a mile long. Uoumania beats her neighbor with a cable four and ont-thlrd miles long. N. Y. Sun. THOUGHT HE'D WAIT. the Story of a Very Absent Minded Man. Being Archibald McFoo is an absentmtrule.1 lawyer. He's absentminded outside of his profession only, however, "which ia Trim? ccmfolation. The other day. being called away at an unusual hour, he placed a sign on his dooif "Will be back soon. WalW in." He was out for half aji hour or so. When he returned, he was going t.j oren the door when he chanced to the sign. He read it carefully, then liC his lip. "That's awkward." he said. "Wonder4 hew long before he'll be back. Say4 Walk in.' so I might as well and wait." When he walked in. he asked a clerk? how long lefore the lawyer returw?' "What's your business ith him?" asked the clerk smartly. "I've forgotten that," said McFoo. and went outdoors. Later he went to hi office lnt hid rizht senses and fired the clerk. New Ycrk Times. "WW-W-i-W1 lilll TRADE TOPICS J. i :: m n if Strangers call and inspect our m-ork. American Cleaning Works, E. Wash. st. For distilled water 'phone main It- STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. The regular annual stock-holders meeting of The National Bank of Arizona, at Phoenix, will b held at their Banking House on Tuesday Jan uary 12th., 1904, at 3 P. M. for the pur pose of electing officers for the ensuing year and such other business as may properly come before such meeting. S. OBERFELDER, Cashier. First publication Dec, 13. 1303. Hai'-! Combs! Pompadors. Switches, Latest ' styles. " Hairdresslng; Manicur ing. Mrs. Aylwin's Parlors, 11 S. Cen ter, upstairs. Recommended by all physicians Puritas' distilled water. 'Phone main 16. Lightning Delivery. Does your piano need toning? Have Hamilton tun it. Maple Leaf Bowling alley, basement McKee's store. Come and bowL Hamilton, the tuner. Leave order at RedewiU'8 or Fountain's music fre. Jas. L. Perry, contractor, brick and mason work." Residence. 2202 W. Jef ferson st. 'Phone Red 326. Women and girls who have been un fortunate and are In need of a homw and friends can find them by addre ing Crittenton Home. Highland addi tion. Phoenix, Arizor Don't rust your stomach with thl alkali water. Use Puritas, 'phone ma:i: 16. Lightning Delivery. Spring Iamb a specialty at the new Valley Meat market next uoor to the postofiice. Now open. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS- Notice is hereby given that th an nua! meeting of stockholders oT the Maricopa A Phoenix & Salt River Valley Railroad company will !e hel-1 at the office of the company, room N-j. 204 in the Crocker Building. San Ftan cisco. California, on Tuesday th? 19th day of January. 1904. at 4:30 o'clock p. m.. for the purwse of electing a board of directors to serve for the ensuing year and for the transaction, of such other busi.iess as may projer ly come before the meeting. F. I. KENDALL. Secretary. San Francisco. December 22. 1303. If you are interested in a good meet market visit tha new one Just opened next door to the pd.stoffice. Everything new and modern. The Valley meat market next door to pontollic e will be t pen t n nd after Dec. 1st, and will handle the best beef, mutton, lamb. veal. pork, poultry, fish, oysters, imiorted delicatasaen and everything that is sold in a first-class market. ALFRED SAUNTERS. Proprietor.