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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAl MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1904.
WE WILL SELL YOU THE WORLD For This- is no fake. What is theorld? It is oiu' of the leading high arade Ku;r:mteed bicycles (not mailt? by the trust), made by what is now the lai't and oldest ( ycle makers in Chi;.go, Vrncdd, S h'winn & Co. They ;ils-t make the ADM1RAU what we consider the best medium j rt. e.i bicycle built. $2.". ladies' or men's. We have hand'ed them here since Jo". We handle a hirge line of bicycle repairs and accessories. Bicycle sold f.ir cash or on installment jilan. .PINNEY (SL ROBINSON, THE GUN STORE tm, Bicycles, Cameras. n Typewriters, Sporting Goods. 40 North Center Street. Phoenix. R ff . i Frh Ranch Butter Freth Ranch Eggs ..... East Kansas City Bacon Bett Kansaa City Hams. Best Picnic Hams .15c .13c" Thrs are the prices that dizy and crowd the store way tiuy. make that's 'em al- McKEE' Cash Store. are our long suit. Send them to us and you can be sure that they will be j laundered soft and without shrinking. We Sterilize Everything. ' ' Yours for the best work and prompt est delivery. Arizona Laundry Co. Phone Mnin 39. Career Adam and 3d St. 25c: 30c! 15c j i i The California Restaurant MEALS SERVED AT ALL. HOURS. Ktflctiy tir-4t-GicE8. Quick. Service Special Dinner on Sunday 35 North First fivenuo Phoenix. Arizona For perfection and purity in cookery I Uhe ENGLISH KITCHEN j. takta the lead. Perfect cooking also means perfect baking. All our 5 cakta and pastry are homemade. Try our mince pies and fruit cake. I : merchants, Attention! We have one factory 4 DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO THE MAKING OF CHEESE. The maker is a man of long experience in this climate, and thoroughly 4 competent. Our curing rooms are unexcelled, as we make our own f temperatures. We can give you 1 CHEESE THAT WILL PLEASE THE TRADE. 4 , Write us for prices. If In Thoenix ring up 1871, or better still come A to th creamery, two blocks west of Santa Fe depot. The Maricopa Creamery Comoanv I X ngHm'fwM S35.00 STREETS AND AVENUES And Other Things Concerning Num bers and Addresses. In yesterday's issue of The Republi can was a communication from a. citi zen legarding the postal facilities of Phoenix. With one exception it 'was thoroughly !n line with a local story printed the day b.-foie and calling at tention to other needed reforms. In leaking "of the evils of the present system the wrir'er was eminently cor rect, but rectifying them might not in all cases be easy. It may be interesting to rejieat a little history showing how some of these conditions came to exist. The exception refer led -to above i-! whero the writer In behalf of the letter writers, disclaims responsibility for in sufficient address, because Phoenix has both streets and avenues running parallel. In reply it might be said that admitting the evil of this arrangement, there is scarcely a city in the country that does not in some portion of it have street? and avenues running parallel, and it is no excuse -for a jotter wiiter leaving off the complete address, to siy thit he did not suppose they would be parallel. Thi full address is made to be used. Were one writing to a busi ness house in Now York he would n't stop by saying "Xorlh Fifth.' lie would finish it by saying "St." or "Ave." for most cities are irregularly laid out and an addiess is supposed to be complete, leaving nothing to guess at. When the story of Chinese atrocities filled the papers and shocked the world, it was the wontn who drew the pity and sympathy of all. I)oultless many a wife who heard her husband's words of sym pathy for these women thought with a pang, of the blindness of men to the suf fering under their very eyes. It is true. The suffering of women in China was severe but short. Many a wife suffers for years with a daiiy agony of pain, her nerves shattered, her strength almost gone, and never hears a word of sym pathy. To women such as these Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription brings the oppor tunity of a new life of health and happi ness. It establishes regularity, dries the drains which weaken women, heals in flammation and ulceration, and cuies female weakness. It makes weak women strong and sick women well. Accept no substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak women. "I had falling of internal orjnns and had to go to bed every month: had ii regular periods, which would sometimes Inst ten or twelve days," writes Mrs. Alice I.. Holmes, of Coolspring St.. t'niontown. Pa. "Had also indigestion so bad that I couUl hardly eat aiivthins;. Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription and ' (".olden Medical I is covcry cured me. I took three bottles of the ' Favorite Prescription ' and one of the 'Golden. Medical Discovery.' " Sick people are invited to consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. All correspond ence is held as strictly private and. sacredly confidential. Address Dr. R. V Pierce, Buffalo, X. Y. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse the bowels and stimulate the sluggish liver. t Eg.MgM Consult Us when you desire the best Eye Service. Bebber & Svvikerath, Arizona's Leading' Opticians, 7 W. Adams St. PHOENIX. - ESC The matter of a thoroughfare bear ing one name at one end and another at the other end Is, of course, ridiculous and came about by the adding of new edditions from time to time, platted by original owners and taken in as they ctood. Many of these have been cor rected from time to time by the city rouncil. which will probably continue it good work when it gets ready. Citizen cite.-? an instance of one house bein? numbered 609 and the next one, near by, being numbered 625. This ia confusing, but it is the exception and not the rule. Further, it is hard to rec tify it without renumbering the street at ereat expense and trouble. It was occasioned by various reasons. Some times by the fact that it was ea--ier to correct erroneous numbering in an old part of the city by skipping to the right mimber for a start in numbering an addition. The genet at scheme adopted 'n mini bei ing the old townsite when most of the blocks were square was to ap portion 100 numbers to each block, whether so many were required or not. The first house beyond First avenue or street, therefore, would be No. 101, or beyond Tenth street. No. lool. JUit ad ditlon of j d I sorts were annexed, soniw with large blocks and some with small ones, and .'.s at Five Points and other places, Hotks big at one end and little :it the other. On the south side of a street there might be a block of regu lar size while on the north side of the same street there lnigTit be two blocks half ns large with a street between, which Mould occasion a josr somewhere to even matters up if the general scheme of odd and even numbers on both sides of the street in question were to be maintained still further out. Hut so long as nothing wors? than dropping1 numbers to begin again at the right place, occurs, there ne?d be little confusion for an observing man after he looks around once. regarding the matter of having streets and avenues parallel, east ar.d west of Center street, respectively, that is an old question of argument in this city. Formeily all tfce north and south' streets in the original town site were named after the Tndlan tribes of the territory and other names peculiar to this western country, such as Yavapai, .A niche. Pima. Corte?, etc. Many of the people thought they were decided' appropriate and original and regretted the change, but the city council adopt ed the present system for two reaors. They held first, that the names were hard for strangers to spell and pro nounce and that the system now adopt ed would be particularly simple and easy for a stranger to understand after once having it explained to him that Center street was the initial point of calculation. It was urged that a stranger having that index could easily locate himself without a guide- Tt was not imigined that in addressing letters anyone would be so careless as, to leave off the information as to wTiether it whs a street or avenue. It must be admitted that they do, however, evert though there be no excuse for it. SCHOOL OF DRAWING An Art Enterprise; Flattering to tie Wild and Woolly West. In T. E. Dolton's school of chawing Phoenix has an enterprise that, if it l;iTvt.j successful, will be a credit to the city, for it is yet something of an experiment but one that is flattering to the higher culture of the city. It H also something of a novelty for it is the fii"t time a studio has teen opened here for the teaching of art in all its higher forms. There have been art ists here from time to time of rare ac complishments but ' they have worke 1 along soecial lines and their tea chins has been in particular branches." Mr. Uolton's entei prise is essentially a school rather than a gallery for the painting of pictures to command won derful riric-s. j.,r that 1 eason hi3 pu pil 11 begin with the alphabet of the business, whether they be children holding the crayon for the tirst time or veterans with the brush. He is him self a puiil of Pane, on of the most famous of artists. Hp bad a successful school in Massachusetts, sold it and came- here fur the purpose of opening this school. He fior.e.j to succe?d fur the sake of the artistic spirit cf the wept, but in the event he does not he will return to IJeton. Mr. r.olton's methods are after the Parisian ma.sters and are those intro duced, into this country only in iecent vears and now accepted as the better methods of instruction. The ordinary way is painting from still life, grasping the brush, or whatever line the pupil prefers, and beginning to daub D.'iint ffom the start. His school will embrace various classe?, any class in fact desirable; crayon, water color, oil. etc.. hut for those who have the rual ait instinct and desire to make it a Profession there is but one course of study. It begins with crayon work, for it is Mr. P.olton's idaa that every artist must be able to draw before he crm paint. That is why he calls it a school of drawing. The studies arj first in the: nude, professional models being available. This is in order that the student may acquire a knowledge cf the figure. Cast models are less de sirable for the reason that, even if the form were perfect, they are necessarily still, wiiile the living model with the rlightest movement changes the shad ing: creates the lighter and darker shadows. There i. therefore, in tha same subject a constantly changing figure showing just the difference be tween still life and real life, which Is. after all. the difference between a pic ture made by machinery and one paint ed by an artist. When the pupils have reached a proper stage in their instruc tion they are given a title, for Instance "The Campers," and are told to make a group picture with a certain num ner rf figure?, designing the peses in their own minds nearest suited to the title. Tn it develops the art In stinct or the imagination, as it were. When these are submitted they are all criticised, the best of them selected and from the ideas are worked out orig inal compositions. Having secured the propter concep tion of the human "figure, tha next step Is the painting from models in costume, the draping of the picture. Them fol low studies in still life, the use of the brush, colors.etc. The virtue of this method of instruc tion is that the fundamental principles are acquired before the decorative touches are needed. The theory of the nude is to learn the figure first, then drape it. By the old method there was constant effort to reproduce the costume true to life, without properly familiarizing the pupil Vith the details of the perfect form it was supposed to conceal. Mr. Bolton's school, however, has the various classes in a general course, ar.d if there be those who do not wish to take the illustrative course they can secure the instruction they desire in portrait painting alone, sketching, still life or other of the respective branches. There are undoubtedly many young persons, boys and &irls, whose parents would like to secure for them some in struction along these lines, but who are not prepared to launch them on a. life work devoted t6 ait in its fullest si use. Such might, by the above ex planation, be deterred by the reference to the nude. It is true that anyone with the real art instinct, and intending to devote his life to it. ought to begin as early as possible, as in any other field of activity. For obvious reasons, how ever, but few of tender years would be entered upon the illustrative course. That parents desiring instruction for their children in any of the branches referred to may have no trepidation In the matter It Is explained that these lasses are given instruction in the af ternoons and on Saturdays while all clashes in the nude, work during the forenoons. t AMUSEMENTS Anions the star attractions that will come to the Dorris theater this season, is that ever popular team. Murray and Mack, in the latest edition of the musical gayety " A Night on Hroad way." Murray and Mack are nothing if not up-to-date, and from all ac counts .they have surpassed themselves this season, both in their individual work and in the company surrounding them. They have the advantage of an unusually good play, suited exactly to 'their style of hilarious humor, and they do not let any of the opportuni ties of the farce escape them. The cast is unusually strong. The company appears here next Tuesday, Jan. 19. Elaborate and massive scenic sets, mechanical and electrical effects -are carried intact for each act. which premises a musical attraction out of the ordinary. Reserve seats at Cood man's. .at 10 a. in. Prices $l.r,0, $1.M). 75c, ")0c and 1'c today. The Minister's Son appears 'at the Dorris theater nxt Wednesday, Jan. 10. "The Minister's Son" is an ex 'xceptionally clever and remarkable play. Its four aits are filled with com edy, realism and sentiment mixed by a master hand. There is no llagging of heart interest throughout and it tempts the car to fall upon the li'i of laughter. As a vehicle for the ilisnl.ty cf the peculiar talent tf W. Yl. f'atton it could not be excilled. Quaint and original in his methiwrs, realistic and exceedingly magnetic as "Simon Hay." the minister's son, a character full of comedy and pathos, he holds the in ti iest of the audience from start to finish. Reset ved seats at Coodman's morrow at 10 :i. m. Prices, $1. To, 50 and cents. None for Her. "Really Mrs. oToole." aid Mrs. Naybor. "you should send little Denis to the kindergarten." "Phwat kind of a thing is that?" de manded the contractor's wife. 'Kindergarten? Oh that's siinplv (leiman for " "Enough ra'd ma'am. )i"l have no Hutch in limine. thank ye. koindly ma'am." Philadelphia Ledger. He Found Fault. "He criticised me for almost noth ing." moaned the wife. The friends sought to comfort her. but she was not to be soothed. 1 let ween her sobs she told of how her husband had expressed very unfavorable opin ion? of her new ball gown. "Hut you said he criticised you for almost nothing." argued the ciitici eiK. ' .So he did." Here she gave way to a fresh outburst of sobs. "He he said was wealing it." Judge. mMMlWM Phoenix . Trunk Factory! tf'ifff---' i':".''";3r5a t'M b ,ne Place to get tt good trunk, fc? ''Jf' V'inf uit ,nse or ba"' 'f pairing, keys' a WX4'-&:4i&tw !l &-?f fitud' old trul,1;s taken in ex- M ?A;:r;UsS P'A change. h CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS Pest grade of 23c sold this week for 13c a single pair, two pairs for 25c. see our bargains in Notions, Stationery, and Kitchen I'tensils. j ThnUlittSE",,THE FAIR 212 E. Wash. St. 3 ffffiKff jflffl flj Underwear ! For the next 30 days I will give 25 per cent discount on heavy winter underwear Plank, The Hatter, Fleming Block. Phoenix, OOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o o o o o o o (o jo o m o o a o o CROCK Today and tomorrow only are left in which the opportunity is open for the choice of ATTo J iLJ .Liu JOJ. . OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CHINA,' (Exclusive Patterns) HOLIDAY NOVELTIES AND BRIC A BRAC, At prices far below their real value. 10, 25, 33 and 50 on Some Articles. SALE CLOSES SiLTuRDAY, 9 P. M. G o o 0 o o 0 o Q o o o a mzdtM 22 SNAP51S V. I IfiO tidies fenced and cultivation, alfalfa, the very line land, all cross-fenced, all in about 40 acres 'n balance grain, -small house. With the laud. GG?3inch. water stock in the Grand canal. Trice per acre $28.00. A great bargain in a suburban residence on North Central ave. If you want a bargain in a comfortable little home in the city call on us at once, we have it. Allen & Wilson, 1 47 N. Center street. 433 W. Washington st. Tel. Red 394. Underwear! Arizona. in OUNT2 The Last Two Days of Our FRY CLEA KAplfc IRE STOCK tort Ma Wholesale and Retail House Furnishers. TO 28 WEST WASHINGTON STREET WE CORDIALLY IIWITE YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE THE AMERICAN KITCHEN. On North Center Street. Everything, Tables, Linens, Dishes, Stores Everything new. New cooks here the best in the west. My aim will be to conduct the cleanest and best restaurant in Arizona. Eoxes for families and par- L'J !?; ties. I will do all my own pastry friends to be at the new stand Open day and night. THE GREATEST S3S"fc S E S&a TrBfl 5 Mb In Phoenix today is Phoenix Light . Fuel Co. First Avenue THE VALLEY BANK OR PHOENIX srPiT-.n?CAPITAL ' ' - I1W.0M ol iv rL l r B 05 000 CJ.lIf,?Tyv.reide.n.t- J- C- KinKPATRICK.' Vici pVesident. W,DV L-WTLEIt. Cashier. LLOYD Ii. CHRISTY, Asst. Cashier. Drafts issued on all of the important cities of the United States and Europe. . Discount commercial paper and do a general banking business. Oi'lice hours, 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. t S'1K4CIr,: r?1' JT', srrm?V- Vm," Christy. E. J- Bennltt, J. C. Klrkpatrlck. J. P. Iine1d. V. D. Fulwiler, I.loyd B. Christy, George D. Christy. CORKKSPOXD1CNTS: American Exc hnnge National Bank. New York; Ameri can KxchaiiCT National Bank, Chicaeo; First National Banlc, Los Angeles: Bank of Arizona, Prescott, Arizona; the Anglo-California. San Francisco, Cal. v-i-r 'j-s-.M' M-:--?-t"vi:-:"M-4' ' : ; -i ! -i .; ! -. . .t. t .t. . I The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. Pays 4 per cent interest on all lime deposits ? Accotanta T or by mall. nay b opened for on A handsome nickel steel eaX Is furnished depositors free of charja. J Call at tha banking office and learn all about our plan for xnaklag aving3 pay an income. ' t The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. AUTHORIZE! CAPITAL, $100,000.00. CIIARL.E3 F. AINSWORTH, President; R. II. GHKSNE, Vice Pres- Ident; FRANK AINSWORTH. Cashier. DIRECTORS Charles F. AInsworth, W. C. Toster, R. H. Greeao, . Frank AInsworth, Harvey J. Lee. i Capital, SI00.00p.00 Surplus, $50,000.00 Deposits, S500,000.00 Ample Facilities. Courteous Treatment to All. We Solicit Your Banking Business. The National Bank of Arizona. Emil Ganz. President. 8. Oberfelder, Cashier Get One of Our o o o e o o o o o o o G o o o o o o o o o 0 o o o e Q o o 0 Q o SALE work Ftill. I want all my old when I open. Chop Suey for dinner. ' VEMNCE and Jefferson St. dollar or 'more, either la pertom Sol. Lewis, Vice-President. J. J. Sweeney, Ass't. Cashier. Little .Home Safes. 3