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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1904.
r, I Of Local Interest. JTITIIIIMI MMIMIM linn FIREMEN'S BALL. The lire de partment is arranging for its annunl bull which will be held in O'Neill hall on the night of the 22nd. SAN FRANCISCO VISITORS. Mrs. S. Oherfelder has returned from her visit In San Francisco. She was ac-c-cmjmnied heme by Mr. and Mrs. So! Ivis and their daughter Miss Marion. RECEPTION OF A PASTOR. T'u members of the M. K. church South on Friday nisht will give a reception to the pastor Rev. C. H. Govette, who re cently arrived here from Sherman, Tex. A HOTEL CHANGE. Mr. D. Roy Kelly, who for the last two years ha9 been chief clerk at the Broadmoors hotel and Casino, Colorado Springs, has arrived in the city and taken a posi tion at the Hotel Adams. ADDRESS WANTED. D. R. Srnith would like to secure the address of the bad man that visited his barn a couple of nights ago and stole a lap robe, um brella, curry comb, brushes and other small articles. NOTARIES PUBLIC Notarial com missions were Issued yesterday to the fallowing persons: C. D. Stephens. Fort Thomas, Graham county; M. K. Casfidy. Bisbee. Cochise county: Hen ry Levin. Nogales. Santa Cruz county, and Miss Artemisia Keen of Tucson. AN ORCHARD GROVE DEAL. Through; the agency of R. H. Greene., T. K. McGrath yesterday sold lots 2 and 4 In Orchard Grove to J. V. Mou dy, fur $1,C00. The property Is on tha northeast corner of Vaa Buren street and Fifth a". enue. Mr. Moudy Is em ployed at the Relief gold mine and ex r A" EST. POROUS A universal remedy for pains in the back (so frequent in the case of women). They give instantaneous relief. Wherever there is a pain a Plaster should be applied. Rheumatism, Colds, Coughs, Weak Chast, Weak Back, Lumbago, Sciatica, &C, &C. Allcock's Plasters are superior to all others. For pain in the rtion f Hie Kidney a, or for a k Hii-k. lli" plitntt-r Hliouid be applied as shown above. Wherever there la pain apply Allcock a 1'lHStur. M iiiL. il -fcfL L I 1 iiii 14 t 1 1 Tie UNDERWEAR FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN. LADIES RIBBED VESTS High neck and long sleeves, medium weight, ecru color, actual 20c value Saje Trice f 0 1 each mi L2 LADIES' HEAVY RIBBED VESTS AND PANTS llccce lined, gray or ecru, all sizes, worth up to 65c- Sale price, A C each i MISSES' UNION SUITS Gray, ribbed, fleece lined, al! sizes. Worth up to 40c 0 fl Sale Price, garment , BOYS' UNION SUITS Oneita style, all ages. Worth up to 6;c. Sale A A C Price Ill Ladies' and Children's Hosiery. LADIES' BLACK COTTON HOSE Seamless, fast dye, regular 10c grade. "7 Sale Price, pair I LADIES' BLACK COTTON HOSE 40 gauge dropstitched, Hermsdorf black. A splendid 25c grade. Sale Price, I CT pair I J MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S BLACK LTSLE HOSE nearly all sizes. Dirt cheap f O 1 at 20c. Sale Price, pair 12 INFANTS' CASHMERE WOOL HOSE In black, pink and skv pure wool Sizes 4 1-2 to 6. Worth 25c. Sale Price, 1 ?i pair I Cm 2 i i i i LININGS. 1200 -ards of Near Silk, caline nearlv all colors 12.. Sale Price, vard pects" tcj build .. good residence on the property. It will be occupied by his mother and sister who are now in Ok lahoma but who will come here next 1 fall. ! COMPANY E NOTES. Last n tint's j drill of the company was fairly well attended and consisted of company ' drill and posting of guards around an ; imaginary camp. After drill a cc m I PHny meeting was held to elect a sui i cessor to the First Lieut. Jo.t : whose resignation v. as recently accepted '" Adjt. Gen. Lea veil. Second Lieut. Mi ner was elected to the vacancy p aused by the resignation, and First Sergt. McRea was elected to fill the position formerly heKT by Lieut. Miner. After election steps were taken to form a bowling club to compete fcr the cham pionship of Phoenix and eight men were selected to form a team, to be known as the Company B Bowling team. Challenges will be accepted if addressed to Corp. "Win. MacNulty, P. O. box 505. Phoenix. A VISITING DETECTIVE. W. S. Seavey, superintendent of Thiel's De tective Service Co. of Chicago, v. ith branch (,!TUes in nearly all the large cities of the continent, is a Phoenix visitor. He came here seeking relief from an attack Vf rheumatism and has by professional instinct made himself acquainted with the members of the local police force. Mr. Seavey was for many years t rior to lS'jn, chief of po lice of Oma'.ia and also has the distinc tion of having originated the national organization of chiefs of pel ice which holds annual sessions- for conference and other mutual advantages. This year's meeting will be held in St. Louis and Mr. Seavey is urging Marshal Kinney to "lake, the degree." Mrs. Seavey is traveling with her husband. DEATH OF MRS. M'LEOD Mrs. n. Nicholson yesterday learned of th death of an aunt, Mrs. Jessie Munro 1847. PLASTCRS For Khenmatlfim or Tnln. in felumltHTM. l;iiion or eiw where, or lor fcprnliiw. KUIT no, cir., una lr Arlilna fr'eet. riaMterfl)i'ultl lie cut ai&s K.I 1. ...... ..Ll.llull to part affected a iU.iwd above. .$1. Price tra $1 - Price Spun Glass and Per- Sold everywhere at L. 1 V. Ilk 9c , McLeod. A Prince Edwards Island newspaper said of her death: De parted this life at Orwell on Jan. 2, 1904. Jessie Munro relict of the late Malcolmn McLeod of Nebraska. Deceased was born In the Isle of Skye, Scotland, in 18:23. and had therefcre passed her eightieth year. She immi grated to this Island, with her brother. Rev. Donald Munro, her father ' Dr. James Munro. having died on the voy age out. She and her husband were "-fi'T the pioneers of Nebraska. Af ter Mr. McLeod's death she returned to the Island, where she lived for a time with her step son. Rev. D. B. McLeod, and latterly with her sister. Mrs. Charles Crawford of Cardigan, it was during a visit to Orwell that she died there, at the home of Mr. John McQueen. The deceased was an estim able Christian lady who had many warm friends. The Rev. D. B. Mcleod mentioned in the account was a school mate of Rev. Dr. Lapsley A. McAfee. A VERY CHEAP MAN. Marshal Kinney, like all men in positions of the sort he ir. fulling, expects to be accused occasionally of taking bribes and in various, sundry and devious vas" adding to his l;;ink account as is so often done by less virtuous officials in less virtuous cities. It never rattles him to be called a grafter for that has come to be one cf the burdens a city official is expected to bear. But he was startled the other day when a reputa ble citizen and one he considers his friend took him aside confidentially and told him that he was accused of being a "'piker." It got clear under his collar and down next to his skin. Asking for the specifications of the charge he was tcM that certain other citizens were circulating the story that he was accepting one dollar from each show that comes to town, for the priv ilege of tacking up its signs on tele phone poles contrary to the city ordi nances. He was very angry for the first two minutes till the-ridic ulousness of the story appealed to him, and since then h? has been trying to figure out how long it will take him to become a millionaire at that rate provided the Tonto reservoir is completed by the end of 190f and he invests all his sav ings in city lots surrounding the site of the new Carnegie library that is to be hereafter selected. PERSONAL. J. W. Brown arrived here yesterday miirnin? from Globe. Among the passengers leaving via the M. & P. last night were: Henry Saiford, Mrs. Lauia Marlor. Mis Coi a Zachnn. V. L. Wilson cid wife, for Lo Angeles: Mrs. P. Corjstein for Senti nel: L. T. Randolph for El Pa?o; J. P. White for Pisbe; H. W. Houston fo: Los Ang-les; Mrs. Shears, WiLam Mclc-7or for Srvn Francisco. Those registering1 at the Hutel Ad ams yesterday were: H. D. rtogvr., New York; J. Beyer and wife. Dec Moines, Ta.; Mis L. A. Hogg. London, Or.t.: J. K. Robertson, Jr., Kl Paso; W. T. Benedict, agent "Down by the Sea;" D. Fredeiick Hiller, Mexico; Kd Ganu cheau. St. Louis; G. L. listen, Chicago. K. J. Uonsu.ll went to Pinal county Now Fall in Line! Come Iff For S12.50, for any loday BEDSPREADS. CROCHET BED SPREADS, full . 00 value. Sale HONEY COMB BED SPREADS heavy, plain or irmged. extra 75 Sale 50 DOZEN OF WINDSOR TIES Strictly pure silk, in plain or fancy effects, large variety to pick from. Always T r sold for 2.")C Sale price, each ' Jy yesterday to examine mining propert!e3 for prospective purchasers. At the Commercial hotl ypistcrday the following guests were registered: C. A. Parkr, fluent Andrews Op:ra Co.; Tom Dol). J. C. Ferrea and wife. Cong! ess: A. T. Hnines, L T. Koontz, Pittsburg; Geo.. Johnston, Pleasanton, Cal.: Henry T. Andrews, Prescott, R. H. Saztori, Sin Francisco; H. S. Pi. krell, Tombstone; C. H. Helmer ami family. Cedar Rapids, la.; C. tl. Wil son. Cedar aUntus: G. K. Goldsworthy, Tempe: J. B. Alexander and D. J. Lan ders, Sacaton; Geo. Hamlin, Relief Mine. THE CAMPAIGN BEGUN A Good Many Early Democrats in the Field. Th? year is not very old yet but the county political campaign on the dem ocratic side Is well under way. There .i:e no fewer than half a dozen candi dates for the various offices mentioned and most of them admit that this time rnmor is mighty near the truth. Th" principal point ot attack so far is the office or sheriff, for which there rre already three, ca mdidates. The sher iff'? office is vhe goal of most county 'lemccratf.. Sometimes it is r.ttalned by a single loan anil sometimes by gra dations, by "passing th chairs." that If. going through the other offices. CH'or the candidates is J. Klllott WaJker, another is F. C. Norris and the th'rd is Lin B. Orme. Mes-MS. Walk er an J Noriis have oualifiel one having- pervert two terms as county tr nr urcT and the other two tern's, on the board of surervisfkr. Mr. Orme lu." eld no official position, but two years ?so he was a lilcrly candidate for th" same otfice to whii-h he now aspires. It is understood that A. S. Arthur will be a candidate for the nomination for county rec-order, it h-ivir.g been given out that Recorder Mc'F.ill will rot b- before thf convention. Mr. Ar thur bis b"n, chief clerk in the office foi the 1 ist four years ai d he ha' lost no opportunity to make himself solid with the voter. He would have th" undivided backing of the Young Men's Democratic club and would bo strongly mr-porled by tho old line demecrnt.--. pince whenover conflicts h:ive oilmen be tween the two factions of the party, rc has inclined to moderation. His friends would naturally claim fcr him supeilir acou finance with the duties of the office. Wilson Cummins, of Tempe, will l.e a candidate for the vacant p!3xe on the board or supervisors and it Is said that be will have the solid suoort of the democrats cf the south side. The shore is lined with democrats witji booms yet to be launched. JOY OR SORROW. "I Siiw Walters today with a h ing jag on hi:r.." "YesV He was after the mayoralty nomination on trie prohibition ticket." "I know, so what do;s this behavioi of his mean?" "Weil it mean: either that ho got the nomination o:- lu- didn't." Philadel phia Press. -fL Todky For the Sale Ends Tomorrow Men's $15.00 What's the Use of Paying More? Come tomorrow with the expectation of seeing the greatest bargains ever offered. THEY ARE LEGITIMATE. You may rest assured that you will not be disappointed. Suits made of Black Clay Worsted, Bine Serge. Fancy Worsteds. Cheviots and Scotch Tweeds In a beautiful variety of designs trimmings, linings ami work manship in every garment first-class in every respect. Positively worth $14.00 and $15.00, and you won't less. Choice of Suits, 5?HX3?i size, splendid 72-inch Bleached MMum mam .75 good value at Price, yard Large size, ex- CREAM TABLE DAMASK Extra heavy, good value at nn mad all $1.20 Sale Price, Yard MIGHT HAVE BEEN TRAGEDY But It Proved To Be Only a Little Bur lesque Performance. "Burglars!" Kx,ited and out of breath, that was ail the reporter could say as he rushed into the police station the other n'ght and d rented !nto a chair, and he was not a Republican reporter either. Later on t'he ist of his voice caught up -with him and he explained Chat a suspi' iou.', i-luri T"r was engage! in cutting his way into the iear of a grocery store not far from his l-opor-torial siiu-tum. He hadn't seen hiin. but he had s--en a man who had seen him. . t Th? officer on duty buckled on a ;a:r of 1104 model Colt's double acting, stem winding, magazine six shooters, Fe creted a dark lantern in his coat pock et, shoved a digger in his belt, sippe 1 a Utile beef blood from a ne;'.iby bot tle in ordr to work up th? proper san guinary spirit, and adjusting hi-! most determined leuk. piocceded to the scene of possible bloodshed, with the Johnnv-on-the-spot reporter but two laps in the rear. Pet-ring Into the dark recess by tha rrlimmer of tihe lantern, the officer be held thut n:ot wondeiful of all created things a man. "I'o with your mu'iliooks-" was the challenge, and it wa instantly c)bc-ved, the suspect at the same time saying. "Why. hello ' "What r.-e you doing here?" demand ed the officer. "Oh. just waiting fcr my girl." he rerili. d. "She's over there in the lolge 'nnni, and I didn't want to stand o:i '.ho corner where everybody cculd ses me." The- officer told him th" corn.-r was a great dv.:l safer place to stand, for ho had be en within the minute, closer to his creator than most men ever get and still have a chance to back off. "Foiled again!" hi.-sed the repoi ter. "Here I've wasted an hour wo! king th's thing up. It's press time, and I'm two columns to thu bii.d." Small trees from little acorns grow. But they mut sprout first. DEATH OF A. F. C. KIRCH0FF StricHen With Apoplexy, at His Place of Business Last Night. A. F. ('. Kirchoff was suddenly stricken with an illness in his plac? of business on Washington street b? tweeii First and Second avenues shortly- ix '. ter eight o'clock last nig'.-.t. that proved lalal before 11 o'clock. The sh;nk was of the nature of apo plexy, for lit- fell to the floor without warning ar. 1 Immedia te!y became un conscious. Those who chanced to be present summoned a physician at once and restoratives were .-ldmin'.sterjd without material effect. As soon as 'Kissil.le h. was removed to his resi e'ence. corner of Adams and Seventh streets, and other physicians were sum mcr.?d in consultation, bat ncthir.i 1 could be done to war ! off the death j summons and he passed away Without regaining consciousness. Mr. Kirchoff was about 5. years old 1 is is? is? is Bits. be able to match them elsewhere TABLE LIFEN. Table Damask, handsome designs m "V 75c. Sale .48 Hncn JO jncjlcs wjtJe, worth qoc 69c 19-INCH TAFFETA SILK, black and white checks, advertised elsewhere C Q at 7,c. Ourprice, yd Uj'I and was a native of Germany, though he lias lived In 'America a great many years and ha.s been in this city since sometime in the nineties. Previous to jthat he lived in Cochise county, having j secured his naturaliazticn papers there jin 1S:10. When he first came to Phce nix he was employed by Goldman cfc Co., in a liquor store they conducted ut that time and later on he went into business on his own account having run a liquor house for several years past. He also built the family resi dence at Adams and Seventh streets. ne of the best appointed and mo-t comfortable homes in the city. Ills only relatives in this part of the coun try are a wife and three children. Xo arrangements have yet b-?n made fcr th.2 funeral. YEAR'S RAILROAD BUILDING. More Than Five Thousand Miles Con structed in 1903. Ac c ordin:: to the current issue of the Kngineering News the railway mileag? corstructed ir. the I'm ted States dur ir.? th" year Ifio:; will approximate l:e-irl.v ','iJT, miles, of which 3701 mi'e-i wore built in the southern p.nd south eastern states. 405 miles being startei and completed in the state of Texa." alone. While the total mileage constructed during 1W.J is considerably les? than was c-vpected, it is inteicsting to m.te that it is th- greatest since lSR, whrn 7000 roll'1? wore constructed. The various now projects in railway construction developed on paper dur ing the past year, will In a large mea sure, be ready lor materiali7at!on in the OHily spring and will add hand somely to the yoar's prosperity. With the completion of the Kan -as City. M'-xico and Orient: the San Ped ro. Los Angelo:-; v.rti Silt Like railway, the Denver. Northwestern and Pa-lt'ic; the Transcontinental .nd Western Pa cific, there will be added to the mileage of railways in North America thous ands of miles of independent road, which , with thir c-orinrvtion. exten sions and spurs, will swel" the pro--;ec t of the yen's .-o.vslruc t:on to al luring proportions. In the cast alo greit railroad pio iei ts are under way: the Pr-nn dy vaiia railroad tunnel into New York, repre senting in round figures a cost of $50, (100,000. will shortly be announced. The New- Yorl- Central's terminals at the Grand Central station are to be ext nel od, entailing an expenditure of $25,000. (JO). Other improvements for the com ing year ar? thoe cn th? Philadelph'a. R-iltimcre and Wo.shtr.gton, the Krie and the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western systems. While the prospects for th'e year 1S04 may not tv? as bright as they- have seemed in other years, yet if a fair per centage of the new entc-rprisog now cn paper are started or carried to part completion during the construction sea son, there can be no reason fei- com l;irt of a beck of prcsnerity In this Held. When a pessimist loses his mind it3 a fortunate n.a:i who doesn't f.nd it.- Chicago News. Students of ancient history are never up -to date. Chicago News. iL Is 4j Night! DOMESTICS. Cheaper than ever. f i-2c Standard Prints Sale Price, yard ioc Outing Flannel, light Sale Price, vard .' 20c Flannelettes, 34 inches special, yard 36-inch Silkaline, Sale Price, yard 36-inch bleached Muslin, Price, yard 5000 yards of Ginghams A. F. C. and Red Seal the best i2c Ginghams in the market, stripes and checks, beauti- (J n ful patterns. Sale price, yard Jv 36-Inch Unbleached Muslin. Sale Price, vard I2;lc LTn bleached Cotton Sale Price, yard '. Sheets and Ger - 65c Bleached Sheets, good Size 72x90. Sale Price 75c Bleached Sheets, good quality, Size 81x90. Sale Price 12 i-2c Pillow Cases, hemmed. Size 42x36. Sale Price "GET TflE HABIT OF DRINKING Hot Chocolate With Whipped Cream AT Berryhill Book Store, Don't overlook those gilt top books at 40c we are dis playing in our front window. ! About 500 different titles. Magazines received today. "Burr Mcintosh," "10 Story Books," "Out West" and "Popular." Corner First and Washington Streets. Sonora Telephone Go. A final block of 100 shares of the 1 per cent preferred stock of this com pany is offered for subscription at par ($100.00). This company owns con cessions for telephone systems in the cities of Ouaymas and Hermosillo. Th plant ii now being installed as rapidly as possible. The dividends on thin stock are guaranteed for a period of five years by the undersigned. R0Y& TITC0MB, IncorportM Treasurers. Nogales, Arizona, Jan. 6th. 1904. BELATED HONORS TO A FINE OLO PATRIOT. on what called the Triangle in the village of Mount Pleasant, in Wayne county. .-. monument is now beirv-j erected ovc-r the remains of General Samuel Meredith, the lirst treasurer of the I'nited Stctes. he having been ap pointed by President Washington. The legislature :it its last session appro priated SS.O'io to pay for the monu ment. As the act required that the memorial he erected over the remain, it was necessary to transfer them o the village gret n in order to have tl.e monument there, as was desired. Gen. Meredith was one of the wealthy m-n of the colonies at the breaking out of the revolution and during the progress of the struggle he gave practically the whole of hi3 fortune to the support of the army and the government anl neither he nor his family ever got it back. The erect'"on of the monument, which will be dedicated next May, a ,crdy but just tribute bv the slut; to hir, patriotic ser ices. Philadelphia Ledger. Many a man gets the best of a flg'it because he hasn't the nerve to run a way. Ch i ca go News. -O 1 V AJL t or dark colors, best grade. .VA .14 .10 wide, Sale 4c Flannel, heavy weight. ' T r l2l Pillow Cases. quality, 45 .55 .10 1?