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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MOUSING, JANUARY 4, 1904
CHINESE LABOR IN MEXICO For the past two or three years "Mexico has been floating on the top, wave of prosperity. Her mining Indus try has developed by leaps and bounds, her crops have been unusually heavy and the area devoted to agriculture is cnstantly increasing, while manufact uring has made headway that promises much for the immediate future. AH this' has resulted in a demand for la bor which the country Itself cannot supply. The prevailing complaint of the scarcity of suitable help in Mexico is heard frcm time to time from the west and particularly form the plant ers of the south. - Mexico must find a new source of supply. J She has sought this !r the southern i states of the Union, but without result. The negro will net move to Mexico, and that country Is now turning to Chyia. She has opened wide the door and Chinamen are now said to be com- Ing Into the country at the rate of 1.000 per month. If this shall continue it can only result in putting the na tive Mexican of the -laboring clasr. out of business. The Chinese wcrk cheap ly and steadily. The native works only a sufficient number of clays to permit leafing and gambling for the rest of the week. There can be no doubt that "the Chinese immigration will build up Mexican Industries, but at the expense jf the native laborers, who will awake to their situation only when they find themselves on the verge of starvation. In short, it seems as if Mexico would have to face, sooner or later. the prob lem that coclie labor always brings In its wake. Under the Diaz regime the native peon is not an Important political fac tcr. This may be easily changed with the end of the "benevolent despotism," which is now the order of the flay In Mexico. "With rival politicians bidding for native support and the supplanted and hungry laborers in a frame of mind to attempt anything to better their condition it is easily possible that the cries of ''Mexico for the Mex icans'" and "the Chinese must go" will cause the government cf the day to reverse its policy and perhaps pro cribe the Chinese to whom it now for salvation. Who will be Mex- Dennis Kearney? Cleveland Dealer. f 'WaUHB PJJg.'! A CHANCE. TO EARN 1 $500.00 Easily and honestly is offered our customers. Prop erty owners and investors should investigate at once. Ask Us for Rates on Fire Insurance. The Valley Realty Co., Phone Main 36. 37 N. Center St. SSEaEKHSZESaEZEBESHOEBE POPULAR WANTS;- AH Advertisements Running for Less Time Than One Month Most Be Paid in Advance. For Sale J looks leo's Plain Pasadena. The man's name is An drew McXally and when he came to California there were few birds at Atla- dena, and those few are hardly what 1 we would call beautiful. McNally made ujj his mind that the land needed birds so he built him an aviary and imported many hundreds of his feathered friends. Once a year he would open the door, cf his avairy and let th: young birds fly whithersoever thev would, and in a short time the whole country was populated with feathered creatures of every variety of hue and song. His example was followed by Joseph Grinnell and Mrs. Grinnell, both of whom are ardent orintholigists. so that now the country around Pasadena is a garden spot for birds of beautiful plumage! Many of the birds that were imported came from Japan and China. So you see there are more ways than one of beautifying a city or state." New York Times. n FOR OVEP. SIXTY TEARS 333 CAUSE OF FALLING HAIR. Dandruff, Which Is a Germ Disease Kill the Germ. Falling hair is caused by dandruff, which is a germ disease. The germ in burrowing into the root of the hair, where it destroys the vitality of the hair, causing the hair to fall out, digs up the cuticle in little scales called dandruff or scurf. You can't stop tha falling hair without curing the dan druff and you can't cure the dandruil without killing the dandruff germ. "Destroy the cause .you remove the effect." Xewbro's Herpictde is the only hair preparation that kills the dandruff germ. Herpicide is also a de lightful hair dressing. Sold by lead ing druggists. Send 10c in stamps for sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit. Mich. Wakelin'a pharmacy special agent. Of course, .a wise man never makes the same mistake twice. If lie mar ries the second time thaU's another mistake. Chicago News. Two million Americans suffer th torturing pangs of dyspepsia. No need to. Burdock Blood Bitters cures. At any drug store. Heroic measures are often misfits. Chicago News. -o- MRS. WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea, Twenty-five cents a oot tie. Love is like a photographic plate when It reciuires a dirk room for its development. Chicago News. "The nicest and pleasantest 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 like a charm and do not gripe or have any unpleasant effect." For sale by all druggists. " The intrinsic value of a thing is what it will bring. BIG SACRIFICE! WAIST SETS, - - - 25c. Former Price 75c TOYS AND GAMES, - 15c FoTm.r Price 25c NOTHING OVFR 25c. Commonwealth Jewelry Co., 8 East Washington Street FOR SALE A good horse. Apply at O. H. Burtis. plumlrer and tinner. 1!J 12. Washington St. FOR SALE 50tons of grain bavTnt Wilson crossing on north side. Appir in W. O. Alexander. Ternpe. R. V. D. No. 2. Furnished Booms THE OCCirTETf ALLghighors opposite postoffice: strictly firi" ciass; looms let by the week month. No invalids or children tnkt-n. tor rent. 33S PROFESSIONAL ron SALE Lady's bicycle. onlv used a few weeks. Pascoe 110 North Center St. TO LEA S E Fifteen at res in alfalfa with good house and orchard. 2' miles from town. Apply to 323 K. Monroe. FO R R E X T"a com f ort ab lyf iirTTisfced new tent house, heated, screen, well lighted, with privileges on ranch, within walking distance of Indian school car line. Inauire at room 212 Fleming block. FOR SALE Cheap a new stock Fad die." Address B. R., Republican. FOR SAI E Comfortable wheel chair. rubber tires. Call mornings. 29 In diana st. FURNISHED ROOMS Fecond avenue. FO R RENT One JeslrubTa furnished room. 503 N. Second ave fT7rR ENT""cre;7nTy "furnished rooms. No invulids. 220 1". Madison St. desert, furnished $8 and $12 per TENT Hol'SKS on for housekeeping. month, jlox ill 2. BOARD at Grant's ranch; first class; first house east of Indian sr-bi. Rcoms or tents; four blocks from street cars. Address R. F. D. 1. THE ARCADE Elegant -furnished! rooms, strictly first-class. No In valids. 32 Touth Center St. Helo Wanted barber. Mesa. "WANTED First-class L. B. Faust. jOTYPUBLIC. E. E. PASCOE. Notary Public. Convey ancing a specialty. Acknowledgements taken. 110 North Center street. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. f HOSTT'RKSCOTT CorporTitionand Commercial Law a specialty. Koomr P-S-10 Cotton block. Phoenix, Arizona. Oliver P. Morton. Arthur J. Edwards EDWARDS & MORTON, Lawyers. Ift S.enter St. Phoenix. Ariz. J. W. CRENSHAW, attnrnev at law. Of fice rooms 210 and 211 Fleming Building, Phoenix, Arizona. CHIROPODY. PAINLESS removal of corns or bunions prices ou cents each. Privacv assured, bay or night. Fashion Barber Shop, basement cor. Center and Washington s'is. mci. neo. 5H2. f raiiK sniriey. -A waiter at the English TURNERS ROSES are now ready at $3.50 per dozen. Plant early and, WANTED- they are sure to grow. Dave Turner.) Kitchen. North Center. Box 141. N ANTEO Waiter at Caa Loir.a h FOR SALE Two gentle mules. 4 audi tc-1 at Tempe. Phone or call W. B years old. Call at Paftord i Cash" ivingsDury. 'tempe , J. Store. . FOR SALE Trading post at the Gila crossing, fifteen miles southwest 'of Phoenix. Address box 292. citv. Mot of the thiiigs you think ycu know ycu:- neighbors know you only think. Chicago News. Impossible to foresee an accident. Not impossible to be prepared for it. Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. Monarch over pain. Congratulations. Mr. J;lm II. ('ull.)m, Editor of the Garland, Texas, News, has written a letter of congratulations to the man ufacturers of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, as follcws: "Sixteen years ago when our first child was a baby he was subject to croupy spplls and we would be very uneasy about him. We began using Chnmberlain's Cough Remedy in 1SST, and finding it such a reliable remedy for colds and croup, we have never been without it in the house since that time. We have five children and have given it to all of them with good results. One good feature of this remedy is that it is not disagreeable to take 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 your remedy." For sale by all druggists. A married inan says he objects to giving his wife spending money be cause she invariably spends it. Chi cago News. "Little Colds" neglected thousand of lives sacrificed every year. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures lit tle colds cures big colds too, down to the very verge of consumption. Most men either work too hard at their play or play too hard at their work. New York Press. o - Terrible plagues, those itching, pes tering diseases of the skin. Put an end to misery. Doan's Ointment cure.;. At any drug store. BEAUTIFYING A STATE. "Whenever I see any of these prop agandas for. beautifying a city," said Senator Perkins of California the other night, "I always thing of the work done to beautify the state of California by a. citizen of Altadena, which is hard by tisre Carres poadeii:e Strictly Confidential For Drunkenness, Opium, jgA r Morphine and ffcjother Drug Using. cf the Tobacco Habil and Neurasthenia, THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, Dwl-Jht, III, PERFECTION in design, simplicity, and superior workmanship and finish make the Remington L C. Smith Winchester "Heels over head in love." might not mean much to the contortionist. Ph:l adelphia Bulletin. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. IN THE DISTRICT COURT Of the Third Judicial District. Ter ritory of Arizona, in and for Maricopa coun'y. Rebecca G. Phillips, plaintiff, vs. Joreph A. Phillips, defendant. Action brought in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Mari copa Countv, and the complaint filed in said Ma'icopa County in the offico 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 of 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 tho first publication thereof, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times above mentioned being ex clusive of the day of service, or judgment by default will be take:i 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 29th day of December, A. D.. 190J. Scal. ELI AS F. DUNLEAVY. Clerk of said District Court. By J. K. STURGES. Deputy Clerk. First publication December 30, 1903. FOR SALE One No. 3 Delaval separ ator In perfect order; one sprint wagon .two sets double harness. S R. F. Jones, at Wakelin's grocery. FOR SALE Good gentiedriving horse. Also buggy and harness. Ap ply 117 N. 10th ave. FOR S.LE 10x13 tent house, com fortable; furnished; used only four weeks: no sick people. Also larg" ! turquoise brooch cheap. 60a North Second st. FOR SA LE High grade buggy, har ness and driving mare; also eight months' old draught colt. RroomeH Bros., two miles northeast of Phoe nix. FOR-SALE A fine span of driving horses at Hamilton's ranch, one mile northeast of Glendale. 'Phone Sub. 23. FIVE G A LLO N good-o i I $ 1 . 3 3 : de livered. Phoenix Oil Co. 'Phone Red 522. FOR SALE My "Vunch-i ioca ted" 1 miles north of Pho'M.ix. consisting of 160 acres, including one full share in Grand canal Co. (100 inches of wa ter) at 1100.00 per acre. Terms cash. E. O. S locum. FOR SALE One new six horse power Llewellyn gasoline engine. Engine suitable for pumping plant on ranch. Inquire at Valley bank. WANTED Experienced laundry hen. Arizona Laundry, corner Third xt nd Ada ma. ROY WANTICD A t the Li sh t : ni na Delivery. WA NTED At once, man for rousrU carpenter work: $10 per week ::n1 table board. Give street and num ber. Box G12. WANTED Girl for repairin-r and and pressing. Ameilcan Cleaning works. ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST. J. Q. A. KING, Assaver and Metaliurs:nt Cyanide concentration, mill and smel ter tests. IS N. Second Ave., Phoenix, Arizona. CHARLES 5,. ROGERS ILATC OF WASHINGTON, D. C.) SOLICITOR OF PATENTS AND INFRINGEMENT LAWYER . 126 W. Third St.. L.3 Alleles, Cal. AUCTION COMPANY, 23 South First Ave. Geo. F. McLean, Mgr. All kiuds 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 i, '01. ::d?ressed "A min Cousin Cardinal d'Ost," and signed J'. Trie d M--!i i A description of the fet h - i 1 Strasbourg durim th visit !' L Lis XV. to that city in n tolw-r. 1744. U bound in full red iniirmni by Pa ilmp. The crowr.rd cipher f th" kir.v i jp troductrd ill the be i d-r and the arms cf Louis XV. are in the i-Hi.t-t. OSTEOPATHY. Dr V. b. Conner. Oit'opaihir PhyK'ciiiu Offlcp 8 West A'innis. Phone, office lied I VJi Residence Red 83. , WANTED Won restaurant. .an at Coffee Al'a F. R. .Tncnb of limine Ko"in fi, Nicholson Mock. Huoeiiix V. S Dt p I'.y Survevnr. Purvey v mms lor intent Fpccialiy Mr living felig-r teacher cf Piicuu. Studio 1-29 Nona Third Street M"S8 RO.SK McDAMS, U'eiiFe, gr-duateof It DtiikUk (irrth'iin, HnHiin, Inadiiitte in Hyd'Otljemiiy. The CK cideutal Pilous red piiounix, aiiz;iia. SIMPLE COLDS. to be simple, if at The t-afest way is to the very lieniii'iiMft- Cease longed, aside at IloichoJiid Syru stois a cold mo cs the i;u:! i of toiiis. JV. $1.00 bottle at Elvey & llul- tf a!! put th- Itallar.: I r HEP. RABBIT WAS PARTICULAR. But Country Youth Didn't Understand Till Too Late. , V 'l WANTED Oirl to do kitchen work, i I.'nion Hotel, 61S-W. Washington St. WANTED A first-class male steno- I Krapher and typist; salary $100.00 ! per month. Remington Typewriter Co.. No. 6, East Washington ' st. j EMpTxJyMENT AGENCY A 11 kinds ! of help furnished housekeepers,! ranchers, contractors and mining su perintendents. CHAPMAN & IRVIN. 42 N First avenue. Accounted For. WANTED Waiter, American Kitchtn. North Center st. WANTED Girl to do general work. 410 West Monroe st. house- For a bad taste in the mouth take a ev doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Live rTablets. Price 25 cents. War ranted to cure. For sal? by all drug gists. Does the gir! with two freckles on her nose wear a pair of specks'.' Phila delphia Dulletin. o Mr. Wm. S. Crane, of California. Md suffered for years from rheumatism and lumbago. He was finally advised to tTy Chamberlain's Pain Halm, which he did, and it effected a complete cure. This liniment is for sale by all druggists. A woman never puts an thine in her pocket that she can hold in her mouth. London Answers. o IF UNWELL. Try ti 50o bottle of Herbine. notice the improvement speedily effected in your Appetite, Energy, Strength and Vigor. Watch how it brightens thi spirits, gives freedom from Indigestion and Debility! Isaac Story, Ava, Mo., writes, Sfpt. 10th, 1900. "I was in bad health, I had stomacM 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 Elvey & Hulett's. FOR SALE Eleven single buggies, rubber and steel tires. Pole buggies, btick boards, spring wagons, surreys, three seated wagons, twenty sets of harness and horses of all kinds at Valley corral. Five Points. FOR SALE Z fresh milch cows, one work mare, weight 1200; one saddle rror?e. two miles east. J. C. M'-Nulty. Situations Wanted A good carpenter wants any kind of work day or month, city or country. Will work reasonable. Address "Car penter" this oflice. WANTED Position male stenosriapher Address "H." car- De Ttnnter "I tell you, my toy, I made the hit of my life last night in my now- play. Why, the audience was ac tually glued to its scats, as it were." Criticus "Oh, that accounts for it." Do Ranter "Accounts for what?"' Ci itic us "The fact that it didn't up nnd leave." Chicago News. get BOOKS OWNED BY KINGS. Notable Avery Collection on Exhibition At Courrbia. Th. trouble making etsn raoi-ill are r.o: alu jvs !in i-.1 t-. th physical b-inc. as one ycui-.g man now realises. This partiiul.tr voting man. country bred, r.-tent! h-g.tn h: city life a graceiy cWk. Th- v-ry fitst week a woman customer hu-rie-ily Hemana?'' "Some t ii- se for a rabbit, rdease." V1'' young man did nt Mi.p to think whether rabbits enjoyed i lin c the c ustomer's tone was t"t imt eri-su for hesitation he put up what h sutT,o.d her pet wcVj' liKe. An hour later a c:ostfallen clerfc listened to th head grocer's lecture on tTf foolishness cf giving a valuable custrn.-ier a b.,s full of cheese rinds and scrap. No-w h knows what sort of cheese the "rabbit" takes. Now York Post. m SWEET POTATO PIE. by competent ; best references. Republican, as nurse for chil 1'niversity av- By a while man. FOR SALE 0 acres with Mesa wat er, fenced and ready for farming. $:;0 per acre. Address, Mesa hotel. Mesa. WANTED Position riren. Address? C42 HOC S rTcLE A N I N G Address M. J.. Republican. t EM PLO YM EN TAG E N C Y We-fu rvT- i is Ii house girls, cooks, porters, la- j borers and such hands to all in need , of same. CHAPMAN & IRVIN. 42 N : First avenue. i Department of the Interior, Wash- j Ington, D. C. Dec. 7. 1903. ! Notice is hereby given that the time i for Queuing proposals for the con- j struct ion of about IS miles of canal, j pressure pipes, and. tunnels, together! with head-works. spill-"ways and gat". for ,the diversion and conduction of about 200 cubic feet of water per sec ond, from Salt River, about twenty-flv miles north of Globe. Arizona, for power purposes, has been postponed from "December S, l'tij."?, until 12 m. Thursday, January 7, 1J04 All the bids will be opened at the office of the secretary of the interior. E. A. Hitch cock, secretarv. First publication. Dee. 31. 1U03. SHOT GUNS! th.-cha best on earth. They can bo pur ged at the lowest- possible price of Harry Friedman THE PAWNBROKER. No. 35 North Center street. ARIZONA LOAN OFFICE. He also carries a full and complete Jine of rilles and revolvers. It takes a widow who dies her hair to help an innocent man to suspect a girl who bleaches hers. o 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 Dallard's Horehound Syrup will at once dislodge it. and the trouble is 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 throat or lung troubles." Prices 5!c, $1.00 bottle at Elvey & Hu- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Homesttad Entry No. S170. Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Tucson. Arizona. Dec. 23. 1J02. Notice is hereby giv;n that the following-named settler lias f.led notice :t his intention to make final proof in "upport of bis claim, and that said proof will be made before the c lerk of 'he district court at 1'hoenis, Ariz., en Saturday, Feb. 6, 11)04. viz.; Carlos C. Higucra, of Phoenix, Ariz., for the X, W. 1-4 of S;c. 2G. T. 1 N.. R. 1 V. G. At S. R. B. & M. He names the following witnesses to r.rnve his continuous residence upon end eultivatien of said land, viz.: Joseph U. Carillo, of Phoenix, F.dward K. Iluker. of Phoenix. Colwell P. Leiteh. of Phoenix, -William G. Moore, of Phoenix, MILTON R. .MOORE ' Register. Thirst publication Dec. SI. 19C2. FOH SALE. Ten room brick house; stone foundation: polished floors; modern plumbing: electric lights; bath room; butler's pantry; cellar; 1 large screen sleeping room: por..h es; city water; lawn and shade tree.s: shed barn. $3,000 in easy payments. Could not be duplicated for $7.f0C. W. IL Robinson. 102 West Adams St. FOR SALE or Trade fins Two-story brick aid frame suburban residence with three acres of alfalfa; blt-ck from car line. Will sell on easv terms or trade for good valley land Improved or unimproved. Address Smlth-Hrown, this office. AN'Tyrfi ER1 SOFT "SNAP Six whole blocks in Montgomery's addition Nos. 1"). 1G. 23, 24. 2.", 30 for sale at $3.fi00.00. eight hundred dollars less than city's assessed valuation. $1S0 less than county's. Terms cash. E. O. Slocuni. For Bent Ariz. Ariz. Ariz. Ariz. over, equal take, it to for 2.1c, lett's. People who live in glass lious;s ought to take pains to cast no rellec tions. London Answers. BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH. Henry D. P.aldwin, Supt. City Water Works, Shulsburg, Wis., wrjtes: "I have tried many kinds of liniment, but have never received much benefit un til I used Dullard's Snow Liniment for rheumatism and pains, the best liniment on eurth. and $1.00 bottle at Elvey & I think it 23c, 50c Hulett's. If you're guests fare ill with you they are art to say farewell to you. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Thomas K. Cummings de ceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned. administrator of tho 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 o this notice to the said administrator at No. 227 North Center it. Phoenix, Ari:'.., the same being the place for th-.' transaction of the business of said c:;tate, ill said County of Maricopa. FRANK LUCAS, Administrator of the estate of Thomas K. Cummings. deceased Dated Wednesday this 30th, day oi Dec. 1003 First publication. Jan. 1. Rioi. No Longer Appropriate. His Physician You are burning th candle at both ends. Rich, but Irritable Patient An, cheap old-fashioned doctor could hav-; told me that. When I pay you $30 fo an opinion you ought to use a meta pnor more in accordance with the as of gas and electricity. FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms S3. 1 19 V. Adams st. FOR m;.M J' I ve-room urieK iiouse. unfurnished. 41'J S. Center st. - -The Redman Meat Mar other buildings. Globe, ddress Pox 36. FOR RENT A small furnished house: close in. Apply to E. E. Prowell. 230 South First avenue. Phoenix, Ariz. FOR KENT Furnished and uniur- nished houses; all sizes, kinds and prices; also, houses, lots and ranches for sale. W. K. James, room 5, Nicholson building. FOR EEN'i ket. also Arizona. FOR RENT Small unfurnished hous-v $8.00 per month; also three furnished rooms for housekeeping cheat West Grant st. FOR RENT 140 falfa. one mile coin Fowler, WANTED A farmer to take SO acres of rich bottom land, abundance of water and farm on shares. Address box 712. Phoenix. Lest and Pound LOST Friday on south Second street a Email lingei purse, engraved with tV letter H.. contained a sum of money. Finder will be rewarded by notifying Manager of Tempe depart ment. Tempe. LTr"BicycITKX;Tescent. left at Wakelin's corner. Friday afternoon and taken by unauthorised parties. Return 4SU North First ave. LOST Hen teen the Episcopal churc h and coiner of Van Murer- and Third avenue, a black ostrich feather boa. Finder please- return to 41S North t Third avenue and receive reward. j LOST On Saturday between post of- lit e and capitol. a blue coat. Return to this oflice and receive reward. LOST between Padgett Hail and North Third st. New Year's eve., one bon net with pompadour and switch. Re turn to this office and receive reward LOST a string of gold beads w ith lock--ft attached engraved with name of Sarah. Leave at IS East Washing ton and receive reward. LOST I'.lue golf cape, green hood and linin.-r on north Center St. Liberal rew ard for f ret urn to this office. Columbia university has o.i exhibi tion at the present time a larg" and valuable collec tion of books illustrating the history of bookbinding fro::i th? period of the earliest efforts to mako the trade, a fne art says the New York Times. The books were collected j by Samuel P. Avery,' who has irp i senud a number of them to the uni versity. The collection contains some of tht I best work c f the great muster? of tii j art. Rut. aside from this, it is inter ! estinrr as containing a number of vol umes from the private nuranes in French. English and Spanish kings and from t'.ie collections of the noble fam ilies of those countries One of th; must interestinc is f:o:n the library of Louis XVI. of France It is a work on the theater printe.l in Paris in the year 1773. and contains the signature cf the ill-starred mon arch, together with mancscript notes ' in his own handwriting. The is bv Derome in red morocco center are the arms of the c'omtessc I d'Artois ensigntd with a crown. Thi I book was so!d at the time for !i0 ! francs. ; From the library oT Charles IV. o: : Spain comes a book entitled "In Funere j Caroll III.. Hispaniar. Regis Oatholici i Oratio Habita in R u-ello- Ponteficic." j It was printed in Parma in 17SM. The i binding is of black velvet embroidered with gold and silver thread, colored silks and pieces of metal. On each cov er is a panel upon wnicn are tne arms ; of Charles IV. in gr.ld and silver. ! The library of Charles II. of Eng land contributes a manuscript entitled I 'Th Statutes and Ordinances of 'h ! Most Noble Order of St. George Nam ed the Garter. Reformed, Explained V Sweet potato pie is a f.tvorit- Southern desert and is not unfamiliar to northern tables. I'se the b-st t i toes. bod and pass' through a siew. l!eat together three eggs and a cup ful of sugar . cupful of softened hue not melted butter, and a cupful of ri !i miik or cream. Add to this the (total". land llavnr with a claret glassful ( sherry. Rake slowly. This j-ie, uj course, has no upper crust. What "a girl likes about tdectrt-; lights is the way they sometimes g- out when a man is calling on her. New York Press. TRADE TOPICS V -... ...... ............ Strangers call and inspect our work. American Cleaning Work.", E. Wash, st. For distilled water "phone main 16. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. The regular annual stock-holders meeting of The National Bank ot binding, j Arizona, at Phoenix, will be held at In the, their Hanking House on Tuesday Jan- juary lth., 1904, at 3 P. M. for the pur- pose of electing officers for the ensuing year and such other business as may j properly come before such meeting. S. OBERFELDER. Cashier. First publication Dec. 13, 1303. Hal'-I Combs! Pomradors. Switch-!". Latest styles. Hairdrcssing. Manicur ing. Mrs. Aylwin's Parlors, 11 S. Ou ter, upstairs. Recommended by all physicians Puritas' disti'led water. 'Phone maai 1C. Lightning Delivery. Does your piano 1 Hamilton tune it. need tuning? Hat CAME to my ranch: biacK, white-faced filly branded J S lazzy. Ray three year old branded S lazzy. Will be sold according to law. J. W. Joslin. Newsholm Ranch. 9 miles west of Phoenix. 308 acres land, half al- from creamery. Lin- room 16. Forter building. Board FOR RENT Rooms and Dorris. $30 and up. and Sooms board at the NICE FRONT room with good board. 332 N. Fifth st LEI-S RANCH Ctood' board, nicely furnished tents. Free ride from Cooper L- Riuck's grocery daily 11:33 a. m. Fox rti3. CHOICE exclusive suburban board, fresh ow, poultry, v carriage. Dox 4 13 FOR- "FIRST CLASS ROOMS and board try the Rumney. on Grand ave. Hi miles from po.stoftice; plenty of good Jersey milk and eggs; free transportation to city daily. Tele phone Main 332. CAS A LOMA A first medium price Tempe. Arizona. class, modern, family hotel at Write for rates. Miscellaneous. Wants $3.00 REWARD offered for informa tion leading to the arrest and con viction of the person who stole the tent covering from palms on grounds of Dwight K. Heard on night of Dec. 28th. ; DRESSMAKING and ladies' tailoring. 323 South Fleventh ave. WANTED to rent ranch of about 20 acres, all or partly in alfalfa. J. M. Williams. P. O. liox 33 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 $100 for arrest and .con viction of the inipositor soli'-iting in name of the American Cleaning and Dyeing works. No agents. T. H. Johnson. E. Washington and 3rd st. 'Phone Red 353. Declared and Renewed by Prince Hen ry VIII." The volume dates from ab'-ut 1371. It was bound by Samuel Memo for Charles II. and bears as a cipher the interlaced "C. C." On th" firrt page are the arms of the Duke -of Ha milton, in cold and water colors, and the official Ms. ordered f c r the issuance of the warrant for John Werden vo be. a baronet is laid on. A book o:i anatomy fn m the pri vate collection of Diane tie Poitiers Js included in the exhibition. The work was done in 1346. The binding is whit. morocco, and bears the quiver, arrows, fleur de lis and crescent cipher of Diane and the double interlaced cipher "DH" of Diane and Henry II. Another volume of Interest is a re ligious work owned by Marie Leezin rka. the wife of Louis XV. The bind ing is dark morocco, with fleur de lis In each corner, and In the center th" arms of the queen for whom the book was bound and to whom It was dedi cated. An autograph note from thp queen tc her father, Stanislaus I., is in serted, in which she signs herself "Mon tres cher Papaijchen de C.oeur et d'ame a vous Mariechna." The arms of Marie de Medic-Is de corate the cover o a book by Jean de Loyac. The cover also bears the imperial crown of Fiance in gold and silver, encircd with the cordon tie vcuvage in silver. Inserted Is a letter Maple Leaf Rowlfr.g al'.ey, basement McKee's store. Come and bowl. Hamilton, the tuner. Leave orders Redewill's or Fountain's music ffre at Jas. L. Perry, contractor, b mason work. Residence. 2202 ferson st. "Phone Red 326. i k W. ai.l Jef- MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells past, present and future. Ladies, 25c; gentlemen. '50 cents. 231 Ruchanan street, corner of Third etreet CHOICE Exclusive suburban board, one only or couple. Fox 443. CLOTII1NG or delicacies for the poor and sick can be left at the rooms of the Women's Christian. Temperance Union, corner of Monroe and Central nve. They will be carefully distri buted. Those in need please call. RANCH BARGAINS! 6 Acres all in Alfalfa. Four room house anil good well. Four and a half miles from P. Water right in Maricopa canal. PRICE ONLY Sl,200.00 Terms $300 cash, balance time. N. 15. We have the only authentic Map of the valley ami it-.is vnurs for the asking. TAYLOR CSL SONS, New Number 13 North Center. Real Estate and Loans. Women and girls who have bn un fortunate and are in need of a bom and friends can find them by ad !re Ing Crittenton Home. Highland addi tion. Phoenix. Arizor Don't rust your stomach with thi alkali water. Fse Puritas, 'phone main 16. Lightning Delivery. Spring lamb a specialty at the ne-.r Valley Meat market nest coor to the pcjKtoflice. Now open. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of stockholders of the Maricopa & Phoenix & Salt River Valley Railroad company will hH at the office of the company, room N . 204 in the Crocker Ruilding. San Fran cisco. California, on Tuesday th Yftlx day of January. 19M. at 4:30 ol.k p. n:., for the purpose of electing -i board of directors to serve for th ensuing year and for the trans:1, tio i of such other business as may proper ly come before the meeting. F. I. KENDALL, Secr-tary. San I'rancis' o, DectmL-r 22. 1?'.'3. If you are interested in a good m.-t market visit ths new one just oponc-l next door to the postoffi'.e. Lverythii new and modem. The Valley meat market next d1-1" to postoflice will be t pen tn at ! after Dec. 1st. and will handle th l-ert beer, mutton, lamb. veal. pork, poultry, fish, oysters, imported delicatas.-en and everything that is sold in a first-class market. ALFRED SAUNTERS. Proprietor.