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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAX, 3IONDAV 3IORMNO, JANUARY 1, 190i.
10 J -4 JzL H tpffe I 1 P PI iI i) F HE WAS A HEARTY CHILD An Incident in the Military Career of Col. J. Elliott WalKer. County Treasurer J. Elliott Walker was speaking yesterday of the right of Panama to secede from Colombia ;ind, in fact, of a part of any country to sever its relations with it. Tho fonversation drifted to the attempt of .Mr. "Walker and Col. Most- some years bco to establish the doctrine of states' rights and in which they would have succeeded if they had had a little more help. II r. Walker was considerably young tr then than he is now. There was sent out with him as a sort of a body ser vant. Edmund, a colored boy of about his own age. Edmund by the way, aft erward became a resident dt Phoenix uud died here. Edmund became more than a body servant, he was the guide philosopher ii)d friend of Mr. Walker and the cook fo- the mess, to which his master be longed. That was an advantage to his master who was never permitted t feel the pangs of hunger even if th ' rest of Mosby's command was thread . ned with starvation After tho battle of Xew Market there was u period of inactivity and Air. Walker and several others of the ommand were sent to Camp Lee drill a lot of conscripts. It was al ways uncertain when he would turn ur at the mess but whenever he dirl Ue found that Edmund hud held out iomethlng for him. One evening, in his absence. tUn other members of the mess complained to Edmund of unusually short rations. D. of the soldiers started on a tour of investigation and found a bijr skillet tilled with beef and corn bread, more Ui:m! the mess had seen for a week As soon as Edmund noticed the dis covery he jerked the skillet from the hands of the soldier saying. "Le'go dat. Dnt's fob Marse Elliott. He'll be buck Leah bex'oah long hungry as a b'ur." "Great God,' exclaimed the mem bers of the mess; "he couldn't eat all that stuff in a month." "Yo doan know Marse Elliott." re plied Edmund, as he curried the skil let way to hide it more securely;" he's a monst'us hearty chile an' he always was." After that Mr. Walker was known among Mosby's men as '-Beef' Walker and the "hearty child." When the af fairs of the confederacy became more desperate his comrades advised him to THIS is what we want YOU TO KNOW. We sell only the best gro ceries and you save money by buying from us. We deliver your orders very promptly anywhere In town. Get your GROCERIES FRANK GRIEBEL'S 218-220 W. Washington St. Phone 431. DORRIS THEATRE F. W. STECHAN Manager Monday Evening, Jan. 4 .Morocco's Comedians in the hit of the year. SPOTLESS TOWN. All For Fun and Fun For All, Regular theater prices $1.00, Toe, 50c, iind L'Sc. Feats on sale at Goodman's Satur day, Jan. 2 at 10 a. m. Week Commencing TUESDAY, JANUARY 5TH. Get Your Money's Worth ..JOLLY DELL A.. PRINGLE and her merry company; the largest poDular priced attraction in the west. The plays: "THE GUILTY WIFE." "THE SULTAN'S DAUGHTER." -T HELM A." "MANSION OF ACHING HEARTS." Eastern prices L'3c, oT.c, 50c. arness and Saddles We Have CALL AND SEE desert, join the north and get Edmund established as cook and so make in roads on the seeming unbounded re sources of the Lincoln government. o TO CURE A COLD IN ONS DAY. Take Laxative Bromo quinme Tablets. All druggists refund the money If it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature la on each box. 25c. Strangers call and inspect our work. American Cleaning Works. E. Wash FUNERAL OF GEO. U. COLLINS Largely Attended by Friends and Fra ternal Societies. v The funeral of George U. Collins was was held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the parlors- of Easterling & Whitney. It was held under the aus pices of the Knights Templar, the dead man having- been a member of Phoenix Commandery. The Masonic lodge of the city and many visiting Masons also attended in a body, as did "Phoenix lodge No. 305. B. P. O. Elks, to w hich society Mr. Collins belonged. Altogeth er it was one of the largest funerals s.?en here for many days, the double line formed by the fraternities in open rank, through which passed the cor tege, extending for the distance of a block. There was a short religious service conducted by Dr. Halsey, preceding the ritual service of the Knights Templar. Dr. Halsey, for scripture selections, lead verses seven to fourten, inclusive, Trom Genesis, fiftieth chapter and verse sixteen of the twenty-fourth chapter cf Second Chronicles. He made appropri ate remarks, taking for his text First Kintrs, 13:30. Mr. Collins was one of the early set tlers of this valley and was one of the mos-t prosperous ranchers. He was a quiet and unassuming citizen, well re gretted by those "who knew him and known widely throughout Arizona. A native of Maine, he went first to Cali fornia coming from there to this valley. He had those sterling qualities of thrift and industry which, with careful bus iness Judgment, made his life success ful in a practical way. Acqutrfng a competence in the early days through agriculture and its ajifociate industries, when a shortage of water followed the reclamation of nn expanding acreage' in this locality, he was among the first to experiment in the matter of develop ing irrigation W3ter by pumping, and his experiment was well rewarded, so thnt w'.th his canal rights, he had prob ably the best watered piece of ground In the va.lley. Mr. Collins was an adherent to the democratic faith, though he never do voted a great deal of time to politics and was not .of the cldss known as of fice seekers. Previous to the last cam paign, however, he was nominated by his narty for the lower house of the legislature, and was elected by a good majority and served his constituency faithfully. QUEER ADVERTISMENTS A Collection Made by a Phoenix Gentleman. "There are some queer ads going into the papers." said a Phoenix reader of The Republican. "They may be found as fiequently in the metropolitan press as in the country papers. "Here are a few for the boys and girls to correct as they think proper: "How dOP-3 this sound? " 'For Sale Bull dog: w ili eat any thing: veiy fond of children.' " 'Wanted A boy to be outside and partly behind the counter." "'Wanted Widow in comfortable circumstances wishes to marry two sons.' " 'Wanted A boy to open oysters 1" yen r3 old.' "How is this one? 'To Rent A flat by a lady with all modern improve ments." I Hero is anothei : " Tor Sale A lady wants to sell her p!ano. as she, is going abroad In a strong Iron frame. " 'Found A watch by a girl with opn face.' " 'Wanted A piano, by a lady with mahogany legs.' " 'Lost Near High Gate archway, an umbrella belonging to gentleman with a bent rib and burnt handle.' "'Wanted A typewriter and a girl to operate the same. Must be !n good working order.' " 'Notice Mr. Rrown, furrier. br-gs to announce that he will make up gowns, capes, etc., for lidles out of their own Fklns.' " o- Instead. "Xow." s.iid the hopeful young au thor, as he finished reading his synnp "that's the plot of my novel except for the last chapter. Can you tell how the stcry's coming cut?' ''No," replied the critic; "but I can te'.l how it isn't coming out." "How do you mean?" "In book form." Cassell's London Journal. ' o Wealth is sure to bring disappoint ment after you lose it. Chicaco News. , t , a Full Line. CONVENTION OF ST0CKGR0WERS i Meeting's of Arizona Livestock Associ. ation Will Begin Today. There will be a notable meeting of live stock growers in this city today, it being for the purpose cf effecting the permanent organization ol the Arizona Live Stock association, the prelimin aries for which were begun in Tucscn several weeks ago. This organization w ill be affiliated v ith the National Live Stock association and will prob ably send delegates to represent it at the next meelng of that body, which will occur in Portland. Oregon, Jan uary 12 to 15, inclusive, this month. The membership of the national organ ization, however, is net made up en tirely of delegates from state a?so clations, but as follows- Each state, territorial, county T lo cal range association of cattle, sheep, horse or swine-breeders may appoint one delegate for every 10.000 head cf stock, cr part thereof, represented by the members of such organization. The governors cf each state and ter ritory may appoint three delegates-at-large. Each feeders' and breeders' associa tion may appoint one delegate-at-large and one for every twenty-five members cr part thereof. In counties where there is no regular live stock organization, the county cemmissioners may appoint one dele gate frcin.ainong the stock men of said county. Each state or territorial live stock sanitary boaid may appoint threa del egates. Each state board of agriculture or agricultural college may appoint one delegate. Eich live stock commission mer chants' exchange may appoint one delegate-at-large and one for each twenty-five members thereof. Each stock yards company may ap point one delegate. Each railway and transportation company may appoint one, delegate. Each chamber of commerce may ap point one delegate for every 100 mem bers. Each dairymen's association may ap point one delegate. Each state Irrigation association may appoint one delegate. An alternate may be appointed for every delegate. Any bona fide ptcckman engaged In breeding, feeding, trading or handling live stock may become a member of this association by the payment of an initiation fee of $10 and an annual due cf $10. Delegates may be appointed from Canada and the Republic of Mexico, but in all cases, except those from state and county, the requirements regard ing membership must be complied with. The meeting tcday will be held in the capitol building at 10 o'clock and the city is already well filled up by stockmen from all over the territory, while others will arrive on this morn ing's train. Among those arriving yesterday were the following named: W. H. McKIt- Sour Stomach "I URed C m carets and feel like a new man. I have been a sufferer from dyspepsia and sour stomach for the latt two years. I have been taking medi cine and other drugs, but could find no relief only for a short time. I will recommend Can carets tr my friends as the only thing for indigestion and sour stomach and to keep the bowels in good con dition. They are very nice to eat." Harry fatuckley, ilauch Chunk, Pa. Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Tate Good. Do flood. Jever Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. 10c. tie. 50c. NeTer old in bulk. The genuine tablet stamped CCC. Guaranteed to care or your money back. ' Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. M9 ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES Failure in life is more often due tofThausted nerve force thau to lack of capital. Stroutr nerves are the capital that helps men conquer conditions. When people lose their capital they set to work to regain it. When we loe our nerve force we oiiRht lo seek a means of getting it back. There is a way, certain and scientific. feed the nerecs, making them steady and strong as steel. Wc do not believe they can fail to cure Ncrvotts Debilitv and physical ex haustion; that's why we agree to refund your money if six' boxes do not cure you. $1 00 per box; 6 boxes $5.00, mailed securely sealed upon receipt of price. 2kree- Address, 1'eai. MEDICINE Co., Cleveland, Ohio. FOR SALE BT EIVEY & HULETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. f sJ The5owe!s4 yt S. candy cathartic ' r ism trick, E. n. Monk, president of the as sociation; J. J. Kiggs, of Wilcox: W. S. Fturges, of Tucson, member cf the Live Stock Sanitary board; Frank Proctor. Colin Cameron, San Rafael Harry L. Herfner, secretary of the as sociation, Pantar.o; W H. Neat,' Char les Fernald, Douglas; II. K. Street. Penron; P. B. Moson, Hereford; A. E. Toviea, I;lsbee: all well known cattle-men of southern Arizcna. From the north came R. S. Gosney of Flagstaff, a well known stockgi-ower; John Du'.i of Yavapai ccunty, and several others whose names were not secured. Th're are also many cattlemen making Phoe nix their headquarters, whose inter ests lie In various parts of the terri tory. There will also be meetings of the Live Stock Sanitary board during the week. It is now thought the business of the association will require sessions during two days. There is much to be done and many things will possibly transpire that cannot be foretold. GLIMPSES INTO MYTHOLOGY. Ganymede was mixing the sixteenth silver fizz for Jupiter. "Why do you call it a silver fizz?" asked Venus, who hid dropped in for a nightcap. Tecanse," retorted Ganymede, "it is sixteen to one!" With a fiendish laugh he reached for the siphon. Hecate was toying with the serpents that hissed and squirmed In her flow ing tresses. "Wouldn't It be great." she solo liuized, "if Carrie Nation and I could double up and go on the temperance platform?" Pensively snapping off the head of oie of her pets, she relapsed into moody silence.i-Milwaukee Sentinel. r lliv. Dr. Primrose: "So your father gave you money to buy him and your mother Christmas presents. Now, what diil you buy them?" Freddie "A drum, a hern, a oair of cymbals, a whistle and a' lot of other things they said I couldn't h;fve.'' A HAPPY NEW YEAR. TO WY -NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS AND THE FUBLIC IN GENERAL. Thanking you for the liberal pat ronage extended to me in the past. and hoping to receive a continuance of the came in the future, I am, very respectfully, ycurs. NICHOLSON, THE ARTISTIC TAILOR AND CUTTER. Phone Red 965 . 37 West Wasfcinirton Street. Nothing Succeeds Like Success. DR. mGBA2D IS KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE SOUTHWEST AS A Leaning Specialist IN CHRONIC DISEASES Ha lifts tho coDfidenco aod putronago of tho leaiiiiiK business men, and moit prominent citizens of Arizona. Tbo Doctor is : crritduate f Harvard Medical Colleae Was formerly a mem ber of the Rhode Island and Csloraci? Stats Medical Societies, and I'Mitn eirATts knsion Exam iner. Health is wealth Economy to bo well! Are you eutlerins? from Dome cbrouic affection? Are ron tvnak, sick and tinnbln to perform tbe ordinary duties of life? If so, beware of patent medicines, inexperienced and unskilled physi cians. Dr. Hibbnrd employs none but rational and scientific methods hn uses no injurious druem in rmovinr the poiVmous effects of BLOOD AND PRIVATE DISEASES from tho system. SEXUAL WEAKNESS, with all its baneful efforts positively cured by the latest and best remedies. Chronic, nervous, blood, kidney, urinary, bladder and special iinca.ec treated in a strictly up-to-date manner, flibbard Building, 23-23 South 2nd ., Phoenix. Arizona. Consultation fre. Hours 10 to 12 ; 1 to 3, and 6 to 7. Address all commnuicitionx. SKILLFUL SUCCESSFUL RELIABLE PROGRESSIVE vSoutliern Pacific System. Second to None. QUICKEST TIME TO CHICAGO BY 18 HOURS. The Golden State Limited will resume Daily service eastward December 25th. Only G2 hours to Chicago by Southern Pacific and Rock Island routes. Superb service. Make Your reservations Karly. Full particulars at City Ticket Office. 22 N. Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. M. O. BICKNELL, Agt. , ..... ii u.1 We Pay Special Attention to the Boys Needs. Coys' Caps in Fancy and Plain Colors 25c to 75c. 7- jr.-. BoysMlats, the Latest Styles $1 to -$1.50. Q "R H arrived. For Boys, Stockings, Ihe Best. 25c Pair, "Hart4 Schaffner & Marx" STEIN BLOCH CO., suits for men SUITS FOR MEN $15.00 TO $30.00 $15 to $30.00 EDERHEIMER - STEIN & CO.", Uf Specials. SUITS FoR YOUNG MEN C-m rkrt n Con nft Men's Suits, $7.50 to S12.50. - fcio.oo to 5)20.00. Youth,s Suits S6 00 10 $I0.00. HEIDELBERG -WOLFE & CO., JfJcK0Y! CRAVENETTES AND OVERCOATS "Kelson's Union Made," $3.50 to $6.00. $I2.?0 tO $30.00. "Barton Bro's." Custom Made, v $1.50 to $3.00. EXCLUSIVE SSS3SSB Horse Blankets, Winter Lap Robes and Harness CLARK-PRATT VEHICLE CO. I Black Dress Goods ii Iii selfi-tiiiH a black dress or ski! t it will pay you to get the better kinds for who wants to wear a black dress which is turning green or gray? We handle only the kinds that ure puaranteod fast black and al though they cost a little more than goods which are advertised as "cheap" you will lind them the only satisfactory kind in the end All the new weaves both the I'reistley and Cortauld black goods are here. There's no better made IHE ..mm -,igriin m SWEATERS You're saving yourself an immense amount of work and worry when you eauio vour bov with one of those 0 W" sweaters that have There are so many knit 'effects, colors and com binations, that you must see them to appreciate the line we carry. Other sweaters for Men, Young Men, Women and Misses all prices one quality, the best. rv. G OUTFITTERS FOR "fIVi' Warner's Rust-Proof Corsts Do not hesitate to pay a fair price for your corset. r.y doing- fo you are bound to se cure a model of "style" possessing the virtue of "wear." There are some styles in Warner's corsets that cost a little more than others but they are worth it from the viewpoint of their, distinctive figure features, and just these polnt3 cannot be obtained in other makes. Every pair -guaranteed. We have ;;n expert fitter here to help you select the "Just right" kind. BEST ALWAYS -iw i j m i i ii " " ElSE Try a "Mother's Friend" Shirt Waist for Your Boy, 50c and 75c. The Famous "Village School Shoes for Boys, $2 and $2. 50 Every Pair Guaranteed. Boys' Suits Made Up in . "Norfolk" and Double and Single Breasted Styles . $1.50 to S7.00. just AND A Fine and Complete Stock of Runabouts and Allv Styles of Carriages and Wag ons. Linen Suitings 25c a Yard The new linens for shirt waist uits have just arrived. These goods are 36 inches wide and a fine firm quality they are fast colors 'and just the thing for a shirt waist suit. . -THE COLORS TAN, BROWN, LIGHT BLUE, DARK BLUE, LIGHT GREY, DARK GREY and PINK. T'lT'WIWfliBrii'J'fll BOYS S3E3 SE!1