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TOE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1904.
i Y Young man to learn soda water dispensing. Must be willing and strong. The Berry hill Co., Corner First and Washington Streets. 35... RESIDENT LOTS! Regular size, desirable location north of Washington street. For the whole bunch, only $1,000.00. $1,000.00 One of the finest residences in city for much less than it cost to build it. 150 inches water in Grand ' Canal for lease. . Allen & Wilson, 47 N. Center street. Biggest I Busiest I . . . Best I We have the largest and most thor oughly equipped laundry between Den- ' ver and Los Angeles. If you are not a . patron of our laundry, give us a trial ! ard you will see why your neighbors ! TH-rsist in saying that our work is the j best. j Your for good work and prompt de- j livery. . , Arizona Laundry Co. Phone Main 39. Corner Adams and 3d St. I 5 V5 A 1 iii-ress. Mac ope V This is our first showing of Dress Hats this season, and we believe that it will overshadow all our former efforts in originality of designs displayed and beauty of effect. Our opening for Street Hats a few weeks since was most grat ifying to us, and we think also to our friends who favored us with their patronage at that time. We have made great preparations to make the coming opening bigger and better than the last. We wish to call your attention to the 9 Foijaqe9 and original. v It is our earnest desire that every lady in the Salt River Valley see our showing during this opening. We will make you welcome. 3J. LOCAL III INTEREST. TO LEAVE PHOENIX. E. C. Rum mers, conductor of Arizona Aerie No. ITS, Fraternal" Order of Eagles, is to leave today for California. He will visit friends in Los Angeles and from there go to San Francisco. DR. FOWLER RETURNS. Dr. Henry Fowler, a member of the well known Fowler family of thi3 city, re turned to Phcenix yesterday after an absence, of four or five years. He is from Philadelphia and expetcs to re main in the city but a short time. A BICYCLE FOUND. The police were notified yesterday by the officials in charge of the .government experl-'l mental farm west of the city that a hicycle had been found at the edge of the road near the farm. The police are endeavoring to locate tine owner of the wheel. PREPARING FOR BUSINESS. Information from Kyrene is to the ef fect that the melon planters are rapid ly, preparing for tusine'3. The plows and other necessary farm implements are on the ground and the seed has arrived from Rocky Fovd. It is pro posed to plant 500 acres to canteloupes. THE GOULD RAILROAD. M. E. Phinney, representing the Western Salt company arrived in Phoenix-yes- lerday from San DiVgo. He fays the Gould interests are gradually and qui-' etly making large investments in and Around San Diego and that they are the people behind the new railroad to be built from San Diego to Yuma. DEATH OF J. L. DOUGHERTY. Joseph Dougherty died last night at the Hard wick hotel after an illness of six months of cancer of the stomach. He h?.d really been ill much longer than that, but it was about Fix months ago since it became known that he was a very sick man. For some time pre vious to thit he had been in th? Har-qu-T. Halas engaged in work on mining properties he owned there. When he returned to Phoenix l;e was so ema- 'Your grocer's . trade in Schilling's Best is the nicest trade there is. There are no complaints; if there are, he answers with money. Lames Attention: a Original and Only Genuine frencii Tansy Wafers. For talc by leading Druggists. $2 per box. Accept only poods put up in yellow wrappers with Crown trade mark. BEN L. BEAK. Special Aeent Wholesale tj Retail- PHOENIX. ARIZ ) f J arid Absolutely new styles and ciated that his friends hardjy rerbg-. nized ihim. Mr.. Dougherty had been living in and about Phoenix for nearly j twenty-five years, and all the time hal J been engaged in the minrng business. When Tombstone was in its prime he was t'hM-e. He had followed mining throughout the west generally, and was at one time at Butte, Mont. He was about 60 years of age. Tunpnncuncrn r. a x t i f ir Rpnaud, who has a 200-acre fafni . southeast of Alhsmbro, hag recently re- ceived a shipment of thoroughbred ( Holsteins, and he now lays claim -to i having the best breed of milkers in the territory. The consignment includel two bulls and 16 cows. One cf the bulls, Piebe Paul by name. No. 3i, 954, H. F. H.' B., was bred by E. N. Mc Geoch of Milwaukee. The animal is a yearling of the best blood. May Har tog Pauline De Kol, a full sister of his sire, has an A. TC. O. record of 29 pounds 4.2 ounces of butter in seven days. The second bull, Aggie Lad Calantha, was bred by W. B. Barney of Hampton, Iowa. The three nearest dams of his sire, Calanthas Fourth Ld, y(o. 26,940, H. F. H. B.. have an average butter record of 25.1 pounds in seven days, and an average milk rec ord of 90.1 pounds, a-yearly record of 18,356 pounds of milk a.nd- a yearly rec ord cf 589.6 pounds of butter fat. Oneeda, one of the cows in the hrd. No. 48.S10, H. F. H. B., a 2-year heifer, has a record of SO pounds of milk a day. Agnes Wickfield Jewel, No. 61, 142. H. F. H. B., another of the cows, has a'record of seven gallons of milk per day. With the same shipment Mr. Renaiud received two thoroughbred Poland-China sows, one Po'.and-China. boar and one thoroughbred ScotcTi col lie dog. Mr. P.enaud, in conjunction with his farm, operates a creamery wihich has a separator with a capacity of 1,000 pounds per hour, and a Jrjttsr machine of equivalent capacity. He in one of the most prosperous farmers in the valley, arid in the future pro poses tc deal largely in high-tred cat tle. , . o I PERSONAL. J H'H"X-frM.44'H- . Ouests to register at the Hotel Ad ams yesterday were: J. H. Emmart. Prescott; John Merton, G. J. Dawbaru, Calumet, Mich.: G. W. Hallowell, Sa.-. Francisco: P. E. Murray, Nogales; G. A. Bridge, F.isbee; F. H. Bostwick, Denver: G. H. Pitcher, Cleveland: Mrs.' W. W. Wheeler. W. W. Wheelen Jr., St. Joseph, Mo.: Davis R. Vail, -Lynden Center, Vt.: Miss Margaret E. Fred erick, city; Mis Alice W. Collins, Lo-3 Angeles. The arrivals at the Ford hotel yes terday were: Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Rose and child, San Francisco; Burt Clark and wife. Ashland, Oregon; Mrs. II. F. McFall and baby. Florence: Ma mie T. Bender, Mrs. O. A. Zeigler, "St. Louis; Frank W. Talley, Philadelphia. There registered at the Commercial hotel yesterday the following guests: M. S. Warren. Hot Springs: S. Green wald. G. W. Conneii, Wiiliam Kohliug, Prescott: Herman Wenzel and wife. St. Louis: George J. Schmidt, Roches ter, Pa.: J. J. Smyth, P. Glenna, city, M. Howe!! Jr., San Francisco: P. R. 'Clark, Kitzville, Wash.; J. A. Brunet, never seen before, Vicjoclay Flow Moose Creek, Canada; W. W. Mitchell, Florence. Miss Alice M. Collins, one of Los An geles' society favorites, is visiting her. brother and grand-parents. Judge and Mrs. A. W. Frederick, S21 Twelfth street. Brill's addition. r-o The, Spanish-American war veterans were out yesterday distributing their display cads announcing their dan?e, which is to be given March 17 (St. Patrick's day) at O'Neill hall. The boys, as usual, anticipate n good crowd and promise everyone a good time who attend. This makes the third anniml dance, and is one of the leading social functions of the season. STEALING WATER It Is Announced That Action Is To Be TaKen Against Offenders. Trouble Is threatened for th? per sons who have beef! tampering with the water gates, leading from the canals and thus securing a flow of water fcr their ranches which th?y are not entitled to. It was stated on good authority yesterday that several ar rests would probably ba made this week, possibly today, and that the of fenders would be given the full extent of punishment allowed by law. Over a year ago the district court is-J sued restraining orders enjoining nu-1 merous persons from interfering with the flow of water in the canals.but these restraining orders are said tc have been broken .and the offenders, as a result instead of being charged with a misdemeanor in the justice court, will face a charge of contempt of court and be before Judge Kent fcr trial. The water company has received nu merous complaints during the past week of pilu rings along the Grand canal and it is prcbable the contempt proceedings will be aimed at the prop erty owners under this system who have violated the trust imposed upon them. No definite information re garding the threatened arr?sts could be secured last evening, but it is prob able the developments ef today . will bring forth much of public Interest. o , . An idea! all the year 'round home for a resident of FWoenix will be leased furnished by the year on very reason able terms. Owner Is away and de sires permanent reliable tenant rather than fancy rentah Windmill with tank acetylene gas plant, stable, with other modern conveniences. Beautiful grounds and plenty of shade. One block from car line in Capitol addition. Inquire of H. I. Latham & Co. ANDERSON'S SECOND TRIAL He Will be Before the Probate Court Today for Insanity. The case of Gus Anderson, who was declared sane after an examination ir. tne prooate court last Friday on a 1 charge of insanity, will be brought be- ! fore that tribunal again today. There has been an accumulation of evidence . against Anderson since that time. When the court decided to discharge ' him. J. H. W. Jensen, one of the prin I cipal witnesses against .him asked th? fll'fl 5S2E arscf OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO this season. We have them and hundreds of others just as Largest Seller in tke World. The 3 and is court to take charge of Andersqn's money and a gold watch and chain. He said that Anderson would lose his property before he got two blocks from the courthouse. The court could find no authority for holding the valuables and Anderson was turned loose. Within ten minutes there was rio doubt by those with whom he threw himself in contact that he was a crazy man. He went to the Hassayampa ciub and tried to take possession of i. He was forcibly ejected and then h'i went to the Capitol chop house where he imagined himself in charge. He was put out and soon returned. This time he was arrested by Constable Red wine for a' disturbance of the peace. The next morning he was sentenced by Justice Burnett to sixty days in the county ja:!. He has since made himself so much of a nuisance there that the prisoners have addressed a round robin to tha office of the sheriff asking to have him isolated. Complaint will be mud'; against him this morning and it is be lieved that he will be sent to the asylum. O '"What," exclaimed the irate father who had surprised a low gas jet spoon fest on his library couch, "what does this mean?" "It' means." said the extricated young man, as he stood up to face the human war cloud, "tha I am playing Japan." "Playing Japan:" thundered the an gry parent. "What do you mean?" "I was 's'.mply pressing for an early answer." And the father immediately issued an ultimatum. Baltimore American. r who is interested Tuesday, 5 moke and World smokes with you. Smoke a and you smoke the Smoker's Protection. 5 Cents. 'ICS THE AMERICAN KITCHEN. . 6n 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. Boxes for families and par ties. I will do all my own pastry work stilL I want all my old friends to be at the new stand when I open. Cpen day and night. Chop Suey for dinner. MATS ! HATAS ! HATS ! Elegant, and Cheapest. in Town. FLOWERS GALORE Wreathes from 15c up to 52.00 THE FAIR, Next to Boston Store. -k::":-:-.x:..x I FOR PERFECTION AND I takes the lead. Perfect cooking also ; cakes and pastry are homemade. Try S-teiffs ! HatSo in beautifurMillinery call and " the substitute alone. THE Phoenix Trunk Factory Is the place to get a good trur.W. luit case or bag, repairing. kys fitted, old trunks taken In ex change. 433 W. Washington st. Tel. Red 334. PURITY IN COOKERY. means perfect baking. All our our mince piese and fruit cake. x-xxx- vwv beautiful Bin's SuiM am TOT &