THE ARIZONA KETUBLICAN, SATURDAY MOKIsrNO, JANUARY 10, 1901.
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We Have it in Our New Show Cases.
STEP INSIDE AND SEE.
124-126 Cast Washington Street 127-133 East Adams Street
street, where she resided. She va 1 m-llZSXJ'J'SJTSEE
to introduce our Teas vc
will give away one fancy
cup au$ saucer with ever'
pound of Tea purchased
of the following lines:
Spider Leg Tea,
Bridal Veil Tea.
E. S. Wakelin
Dctcription of the Deer CreeK Fields
by a V. S. C. Surveyor.
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THE ARTISTIC TAILOR AND CUTTER.
I'boBf RH . 37 Wrst WhittOB Strt.
is what we want
YOU TO KNOW.
Wt sill only the best in
ciriis ird you save money
ll hjiij from us.
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Tr ; 1 t'ufT.iK fi.r t lur money.
W liver ni order very
Rii.-t-Mf nii' Iht In tow n. Get
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j A study of the earth's crust would
1 Incline one lo the belief that the law
; of comiensatton found a place In Na
; ture'sj earliert economies. It frequently
i happens that those varte cf the coan
try richest In precious metals are lack
ing In the prosaic minerals which alone
can render them available. Like the
itii.th'-r of the famous "llUKgleses,"
who with tine impartiality decided
; that tboe who had handkerchiefs
, couldn't have neckties, so the old Mo
J th-r Kuth fffiiis to have felt that
thoe district which had Bold and sil
ver and copper were sufficiently bless
1 ! and ihouldn't have coal. A few
'b'!ie siiots may have been her fav
I orrd exceptions, but the rule hold? good
with i-nouuh frequency to embarrass
, tho operations of mere man in several
! not.tble instances. One such has re
cently claimed the attention of Mr. M.
It. Canipb- 11 of the I'niled States Geo
logical survey, who has been making a
preliminary examination of the Deer
rreek coal field r f Pinal county, Ari
zona. This fleM Is of comparatively small
extent, and lh" coal beds are thin, but
they may have considerable economic
I Importance, as the field lies w ithin easy
reaih of the great copper camps of
i Aritonn. th development of which de
! p. nil In a large measure upon the sup
I ly of a moderately cheap futl. The
Importance of this inquiry may be ap
preciated frrm the? fact that wood 1
, diflii u!t to obtain at prices which
rarg from $! to $11 a cord, that coal of
! aV rage quality retails from $6 to Jlo
a ton. iiu'i that tike for the copper
j sn-.i Iters rests from $12 to $.V) a ton,
I depending up:n th- distance from the
i main lines of transpcrtatlon. These
facts glv- to th.- Iw-er Creek coal field
, .1 positive prosf t i ve value greatly
bevoi. 1 wliai it would have were it lo
cated in . '(.dorado or near the great
roal fields of the eastern stnfps
I Th- I.r reek al field liefkabout
!So miles ii'rthca.-t of Tucson and Just
ent of the Junctien of the Pan Pedro
, and Gila ilver. Th field ha? at pre
' ent no rallioad connection with the
' outside worW!. but whn the line that
! Is now building up the Gila river above
I Florence Is completed, it will be In
rem h of most of th? large towns and
of the (jreat copper producing centfrs
cf the reelon.
Th fl'dd has an approximate length
of 10 mile and a known breadth of
or C mile, with the .ossibility that the
coal may be pr-sent farther to the
pouthwest than is now known, making
th breadth alout eiual to the length
of the field.
The coal has b--en well prospected
In thf ntern. or upper field and sev
eral beds hnve been recognized, but It
seems probable that in this portion c f
the basin the rocks are closely folded,
resulting In a duplication of the out
crops of the coal lieds. In the middle
and lower fields of the basin, where
thA structure is r.ol so complicated,
the principal coal bed are two in num
ber and shew on both sides of the
basin, dipping toward its (.enter. Meas
urements ootained on shafts sunk on
the two outcrop give thickness which
runs from 24 to .to inches.
Forne question has been rafsed re
garding the geologic age of these coal
bs, but fossils found in the associat
ed roi k sh w- that they are Cretaceous.
The coal u.-mally occurs near the Mise
of the Crptaceous sandstones and
shales, and within thirty feet of the
upper carboniferous limestone, upon
whbli the younger rocks rest uncom
fortably. AUive'the cOal-bearing rocks,
which attain a thickness of several
hundred feet, is a great mass of ande
site lava, which lame out as surface
Hows. The amount of this lava Is not
known, but In the center of the basin
It probably attains a thickness of 2.000
The composition of the coal from the
lower fi'l 1 has not been determined
with accuracy, but rough tests have
been made which show that it is a bi
tumlnrus c oking coaU that the volatile
hydrocarbons run from 23 to 36 jier
cent and that the as.h ranges from 36
proper gutter that miasma laden water
would be run off but he declines to
make a mcve and, there you are.
What is to be done a.bout It? -
The neighborhood residents are hope
less. Mr. Kales stays in San Francisco
far beyond the reach of the odors
the pool. They think that if he could
be requisitioned to Phoenix and com
relled to stand on the corner of the
ctieet for about tyi minutes while the
horses are stirring up the green depths
and releasing germ of malar:a ana ty
phoid he might be induced to assist the
council in a needed Improvement of the
Some private citizers have gnn fo
far as to suggest the yforclnar of Mr.
Kales to do something: they think
there may be n:no Fort cf a municipal
regulation by which the Improvemr-n
could be made and the cot of it taxed
agninst him or again?t his uropertv.
There is another class of citizens who
would like to see something done about
it and they-do not live In that Immedi
ate neighborhood either nor do they do
hus-ness there nor are they compelled
to stand on the corner and drink In
the delightful ordora of Araby the Un
blest. They are the men who own reil
ertate in other parts of the town and
woulc. like to see the price of it en
hanced. They believe thoughthat they
are handicapped by that pool at th
most important crossing of the town,
ad.lacent to which the property is the
They see tourists in whom are possi
bilities of investment standing on. the
edge of the curbston? gazing into the
murky depth of that disease breeding
lak and wondering if there are many
such places within the "city limits. If
there are not there might vry easily
be for if this one is permitted tnre
Is.no srason why one might not be fuc-ces--fully
maintained at every crossing
If It should strike the fancv cif the
abutting property owner to pnpporl it
As has ben stated this Is trie nnnii;.!
k'ck against the pool made every Jan
l.r. The kickers expect. If they happen
to purvive the germs, to perfwm this
religious rite on Jan. 15, l!l'0.
moved to the hospital on Tuesday on
the advice of the family phvsic'an.
Miss Irwin was of one c-f the oldest
North Carolina, families. Her gr?nt
srnndfathcr was Gov. Matthews, col
onial governor of the state under Great
Britain, and the family is prominent In
North Carolina and other southern
states. Her half-brother, Mr. Robert
Davis.. Is surveyor general of North
Carolina, and her brother, Mr. Robc.t
C. Irw in, is a well known Mi?s!s irpi
man. Her relatives of this city are
Mrs. Mattingly. her sister; Mr. Carro'I
Mattingly, her nephew, and Mifs Maiie
Mattingly, her niece, of New York.
Miss Irwin was a newspaper writer
In St. Ionis for many years. She whs
on the St. Tuis Globe-Democrat for
welvo vei r'i n rwl w i (3 ukn nr. tVi' Ti-
publlc. She mads a specialty of ttitirrh llf
work there, and wr.s the r-rt newupa-
per writer to make accounts of the
church services prominent. She came
to Washington about nine yeais ?go. j
She was a regular contributor to The 1
Post. Among her poetic works were a. j
small volume. "The Childhood of Our
Saviour." and' '"'he Fifteen Mysteries
of the Rosary." She was also a contrib- !
utor cf fiction to the Catholic religious
Miss Irwin had many friends among
the prominent Catholic clergy of the
country.' Archbishop Ryan w as a warm
friend, as was Pic,0p Harty, who re
cently w ent to the Philippines!.
F. W. STECHAN Manager!
THE FUNNY FELLOWS
And Lait Sraion's Ei
gest Musical Success
"A NIGHT CN
50-A Remarkable Singing Ccmpary of-50
Reserved seats av Goodman's.
Prices $l.r,0, $1.00. 7."ie. 50c and 23c.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20.
The Season's most worthy offering,
engagement of the peculiar comcdinn
MR. W. B. PATTON
In the most charming slae story oT
The Minister's Son
Our sale continues to be T0WIT TALK, and the scores 1
of happy people who daily carry away away huge
bundles from our store testify to the
Genuineness of Our Bargains.
Do not delay be one of the first. Carefully calculate
the purchasing power of one dollar at our sale,
where you get an H0HEST DISCOUNT of .
25 per cent on the best makes of
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings
Sold in Phoenix.
AGED WOMAN'S DEATH
Passing of Mrs. Frances Redewill
After a LonR Illness.
to r,0 per cent.
THE POWERLESS CITY
Mrs. Frances RedewiU died last
night, Jan. 15, at 11 o'clock, at the
residence of her son, A. Redfwiil, on
West Washington street. She was
eighty-seven years and six months
old and death was due to the infirmi
ties of edd age. as she had been in in
valid for three or fou'' years and lor
some weeks past had been very seri
Mrs. Redewil! was a native of
France; having ben born near Lyons.
She went from France to Cuba when a
young woman. Cuba being the birth
place of her son, A. RedewiU. After a
residence there cf a few years the
family moved to Boston and several
years late-; moved to vTalifornia.
About eighteen years ago Mr. RedewiU
moved his family .o Phoenix, his moth
Mrs. RedewiU was a most esMmab!
woman and was al.vays a devout mem
ber of the Catholic church. She was
of a ncble and charitable disposition
and was devotedly attached to her son
and grand children, there being five of
the later. She was a cultured woman,
well educated in the languages and In
her earlier life taught classes in the
French. Spanish and Italian languages
and also classes In literature.
. The funeral will be held in the Cath
olic church next Sunday, though th
hour is not yet decided upon and w ll
be duly announced.
DEATH OF A TALENTED WRITER
Bereavement of a Family Well Known
in This City.
The Annual KicK Against the Center
1 re. it d. by i
Kit( ly in ;.iiy
t llln. it".
THE KIEL TREATMENT,
114 A4t St.
j l'ei pie living n;-ar or doing business
tuar the (inner of Washington and
; Center streets are making the annual
i Inquiiy if something cannot be done
j about tr,:it t,ool of water standing or
. ratln-r crouching in a deadly attitude
; on the Centtr street side or the Kales
building. This complaint Is three yea-3
old and the pool Is even older. Tho
1 stneii ,,f it i3 increasing with ago like
Mriibi!rr;,.r. The usual overtures ai
! made to the members of the council ani
lh" i:.u i" p!y is f ceive,! that the city
; N iinabl.- to do anything in the -l1is n o
of the co operation ol M. V. Kales, the
owr.ir of the building; if Mr. Kales
would pay for the construction of a
The following article from the Wash
ington Post of Dec. 29, will be of inter
est to Phoenix readers, not only by rea
son of the fact that the subject of it.
Miss Irwin, is a woman well known in
literary oirclcs, but because of . the
niMny friends here, of her bereaved rel
atives;. Miss Marie MatUnelv of Wash
ington will be remembercHI a3 a talent
ed young woman engaged in newspa
per work who spent a couple of winter
lii this city, being accompanied the sec
ond winter by her mother, a sister erf
Miss Irwin. About a year ag'j they
moved from Washington, to New York
where Mi.s Mattingly is now a mem
ber of the Sun staff. Carroll Mattingly.
referred to below, is her brother. The
. Miss Mary Irwin, for majny yeais a
newspaper writer of recogniezd ability
in this city and the west and a writer
of religious poems and fiction that gave
her a wide reputation in the Catholic
world. li"d after a short attack of
pt;eumcnia at Garfield hospital yester
day nn. niiig at 4:35 o'clock at the atje
of liftr-two years.
Miss Irwin bee i me ill on Monday :t
week ago at the home of her nephew.
Mr Carroll Mattingly, 2477 Eighteenth
A Pastor! Play of Purity Tind Purpose.
A Production I 'effect in Kvery I el
New and Klahorate iSeenery and
Fleet ric Effects.
Reserved seats sit Goodman's.
iteguiar pries ?i.imi, ,,,, ydc ix1u
d 2r.e. !
50, ODDS AND ENDS, MEN'S SUITS, AT
P1 - -
Kothlng Succeeds Like Success.
IS KNOWN THROUGHOUT
THE SOUTHWC5T A3 A
Ir. CHT.ON C DISEASES
He lias tho confldenco I
nad pBtmnncn .f th;
leading business men,
and most pnimimtril
citizens of Arizona Tho
Llortor im Ifmfju.ntHi f
Harvfird Medical Collew Was formerly a mem
ber clthj Rhode Island and Ca'orad.1 Siato Msd.cal
Societies, mid Cxii kh STATts f knsion- Kxim.
ineri Health id wealth Economy to ho wsli: j
Are Toil SUtferinc; from nrimn rlironii xifTi-r-l im t '
Are fou weak, sick nnd ui.ablo to lierf.irm tl.o
oriJinnry duties of life? If eo. beware of patent
medieiues. inexperienced and unskilled pliysi
Clans. Dr. Hibbard employs none but rntio-i.nl
and Bcieutilic mitlioiin h'i uses no injur. ou
dru7S in removing tlio poisonous etfects of
BLOOD AND PKIYATK UISKASK.S from th ;
system. SEXUAL WEAKNESS, with nil its
baneful effects positively cured by the latest
and best romrdj. Chronic, nervous, biood,
kidney, urinary, bladder and special diseases
treated iu a rrrictly up-to-date manner,
26-23 South 2nd Av., Phoenix, Arizona.
Consultation fren. Hour mm fi : I in .1 nn,1
6 t 7, Address all commnuic't join.
Blankets, Winter Lap
A Fine and Complete
Stock of Runabouts
and All Styles of
Carriages and Wagons.
ClvARfi-FRATT VEHICLE. CO.
: oxative gromo Quinine JS f7&
I Cure Cold in One Day, GnjTin 2 Days sfcjCyy
We are agents for CUTTER'S
uLALK Ltb VACCIXE. Just
received a fresh lot of vaccine,
injectors, etc. (no old stock to
You get what you ask at
BEAR'S DRUG STORE,
TODAY 45 CENTS.
All our Men's 75c Muslin Night Shirts go on sale today
at the special low price 5f 45c.
Fail to read our ad in tomorrow's Republican
Opposite City Hall.
1 EBESTAlWS0' - :
VttrZTZ. box. 25c
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