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THE -ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDXESDAI MORNING, MARCIl' 10, 1904.
4 OPEN GAME SEASON NOW ON: Ducks, Geese, Brant Doves, Rabbits, THROW THAT DIRTY OLD COLLAR AWAY AND GET A NICE CLE4N UP-TO-DATE ONE For your dog. AVe-have collars m -stock to fit any dog or cat, at any price you want to pay. from '!" cents to $8 each. We have the Fole agency lure for the fnest lii.o ni:u;e ia li.e world. Otr. cheap -collars are better than others made for the money, arid on the tine iroocls well, we have the only line handled in. the city. Dog Chains, etc. ' We always have on hand FRESH 9 Sprat t's Dog Biscuit, Spratl's Dog Soap and Remedies, Glover's Dog Remedies. PINNEY (St ROBINSON, THE GUN STORE Guns, Bicycles, Cameras. 'rlX Typewriters, Sporting Goods. 40 North Center Street. Phoenix. HAY HAY HAY Fine No. 1 Alfalfa hay, by bale or ton. . Special prices by car load. If v taken this week we have TWO STACKS OF HAY VERY CHEAP You canft make a mistake in buy ing hay. Two months till new cropland new hay will be as high as present prices of old. IcKee's - Cash Store. liji jjfs llf W j CURES DYSPEPSIA Forty Years a SuffererRead What Paw Paw Did for Kim The Honorable Samuel "NY. Lane, of Augusta, Me , ia a national figure of such prominence that he needs no introduction at our hands. He says: " I am pleased td state that I" have been using Mun yon's Paw Taw for two months with the greatest benefit. I have been a sufferer for forty years from Malaria and Dyspep sia, and for the cure of the latter, I con sider Taw Paw absolutely unequalled." Don't let the skeptical stop you from making a trial of Paw Paw to-day. You're the one that is most interested. If you have Dyspepsia, v If you are Nervous, ft If you can't sleep, t , I If you are weak,- If you need a tonic, , Don't fail to get a bottle of Paw Paw. You will begin to improve from, the first dose. Sold Dy all druggists. Largo bot tle, f 1. i Paw Paw Laxative Pilk, 25o a bottle. " JUST ONCE MORE Role Is Erollea tor Final Letter on a Forbidden Topic. 00 YOU. WANT TO KNOW HOW TO MAKE An Lasy-Doll mar r ON EVERY PAIR of iiii-n's shoes in our stock, worth r" om $ !,00 to JS.OO, you can save from Jl.oo to $1. ."). (r (very pair of Ladies' shoes w orth from $3.50 to JU.00 you can save 1 ;.!! Me to S.OO. n children, Misses, Doys' and Y outh's shoes, you save from 25c to $1.00 i a ;;ur. j If you iireil shoes, then, you can make n dollar easier, by buying thc-in j li'Te. than in any other wav. N. C Wilson, Manager.! At McKee's Cash Store. Capital, 5100,000.00 Surplus, $50,000.00 Deposits, S500.000.00 Ample Facilities. Courteous Treatment to All. We Solicit Your Banking Business. The National Bank of Arizona. Ktnll Ghoz, President. 8. Obcrleldur, .ahier. Fol. Iew!s. Vice-President. J. J. Sweeney, Aw'L Cuotiler. Oct One of Our Little Homo Safctt. The California Restaurant ' MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. Btf-lcily KlrHi.ClaMtt. Qulct crvk Special Dinner on Sundny w Worth First Avenue Phoenix. aHzcnal i la,:'- T' jv .v - r . a1 'mt, , i v C- r" rr n TO 400 H. F. 2T Kl 7Wras? CHARCOAL SUCTION i& Tf,Z, conomlca'' Operated and ki fjrV: Producer tcr Mining, lA TtHVf aPManuTacturlnz Wants. Loads A Others In EfToctivo Working Furcc. . UJ'tPISR IN THENOTH THE Y.LiiE'i OAS EfiSENE AIS THE WEBER SflS PRODUCED coislD 1SA UiiRCC DOUJCD pfESATMQ 10 H0UR5 AT A COST OF $5X0. Delivers 1-h. i. l'or Hour jin r!nnvnmnh'nn 1 One Ptund of Charcoal, cotitin one-half cent per iiil u"1 i" r i'vr uour. jllikt r tie i s may oeusea. SOLD UNDER A POSITIVE niiflr? amtpc Bti ins. Hoists. Air Comiressors and Pumpinu Plants. Douule and Triple Cjlindrr Vertical Enirines in Lrec TTnits. Encines to Operat Gasoline. Distaiates. Naptha. Kte Etc. ... State your rower rnniwrnents fully; we will save you money TW WEBER CHARCOAL SUCT10H GAS PROOUCER IS BUILT EXCLUSIVELY BY US. There are many thousands of our Engine In use. Established lu. WEBER CAS & GASOLINE ENGINE CO., B a CI W t m. m ' J.U,J"l I J 111 WJLJPII JIJL- . -.4..-,,, IMn", ma,,,. 'KWEJMP' 11141 aiJ-m Mm., To the Editor of The H; nublican Sir: In ycur 'is?uo of the 13th inst. appears a communication from the Rev. Paul C Hester directed asainst secret societies, and, unfortunately, the beet of thtm all benevolent fra ternities. As you break your lonu es tablished rule in regard to controverted religious discussions only at J'r. Hes ter's urgent and repeated ruiuest. 1 merely ask the same ec;isideratirn and request that you .print a few of mv profound views in the premises, and a fit you to consider this request suT liciently urgent and repeated. I am well aware of the futility of ail religious discussion on controvert- points. The v. orid has been at ii pinee religions appeared amors men. ar.'l will continue as long cs human 'i:i;ir. remains unchaiiced with all its imper fect ions, its weakness, its proncr.esa to ericr. its intolerance and i:s sturt-nri-uous egotism. As we occupy for bui a little while the ytage of action in lifts' unending dran:a. it is our duty t. do our best in the parts arFigr.ed us ,f excel cur predecessors, striving toward th.it Per fection we cannot hop? to attain, but making the way easier fcr those who romo after us. Therefore .we shoul i approve all things that arc ;ror.l ami condemn all thi;igs that are bad by ivord and by deed. . . After digeftlng: Mr. Ilrste'r'a article (I swallowed it with difficulty) my first reflection was.. How strange that good man, as ail m.inister of the gos pl3 of Christ should be. can object to others approximating ever sc slightly to his saintliness iy trying to do a little good themselves, openly or se cretly! Now, I am neither a 'hr'H.'an (as the word is commonly Understood) nor a member of any s;cret society texcept one I joined at school "with . tiaire Indicalcd by three Greek letters to further coiiceal :t.i nefarious char acter), so I speak only as a sped 3 !-;-, find my views are, if worth any tiring, enly so much as such. ' Mr. Hester says: "These fraterni ties rob .Christ of his glery." "We all know that, bc.tvoler.ee or Christian charity, as we see it in it3 manifold and be? utiful forms. i th result of the presence and influence of Christ in the heart and in the woi hi. We fail to see such things in the heath en world. Charity belongs to Chris tianity. It is the work cf Christ. Now, when p. man gives and fails to ae knowledge Christ in the gift, he has robbed the Son of Godf his peculiar Sl'.ry." Is it possible in th?se days, when a man must go to school before he can I did not sleep a night for seven long iweeks." J ' ThatNprolongctl period of sleepless ness is most expresstve of the pain and ' Buffering caused by womanly diseases. jit is pleasant to con ,trsst the medical in efficiency which said "I could not be 'cured" -with the iprompt ard perman ent cure effected by the use of Doctor I Pierce's Favorite 'Prescription. This great medicine for wome'n establishes regularity, dries en IfeeWinjSf drains, heals -inflammation and ul ceration and cures female weakness. i "I take frr?at pleasure tin recoramenlinjr Dr. Pierce's medicines to Mher suffering women writes Mrs. Mary Adams, of Grassvcreek, Ashe Co., N. C. "I had in- ternal trouble very bndly iuui.il it resulted in ulcers of fie uterus. I was tronlded with it so that I did not sleep a ni-ht fvr seven long weeks. The doctors saiil I could inot tie cured, hut I cotn- imenced takiug Ir. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and ' Pleasant Pellets.' After taking two bottles I could sleep all night, and alter taking tix ljottlrs of ' Favorite Prescription ' and two of . ' Golden Medical Discovery ' and three vials of r' Pleasant Pellets' my cpse was cured. I had told mv husband that I would have to die, as it . seemed I could not live. He told me to put faith in Dr. Pierce's medicines, lor it had cured others and would cure me. So it did. and I thank God and your medicine for saving my life." Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, icoS large pages, is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 31 one-cent stamps for the book in cloth binding, or only '21 ttamps for the paper covered volume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo;. Y. wm be "ordained a minister, that one will make such assertions as the foregoing? "These f ralernities rob Christ of his jrlory." To this I can only ask, did chiist invent charitv? And if he did (which he did not), can the action of any man or collection of men rob him of anything? What are all our finite attributes and mundane monkey tricks compared with infinity (assuming Christ to be the Son of God and om nipotent)? "We all know that benevolence, or Christian charity, as we see it in its manifold and beautiful forms, is the result cf the presence and influence o' Christ in the heart and in the world." Benevolence has been practiced by good people ever since we ceased t wear tails. It Is conceivable that our simian ancestors practiced it, too, for the apes do so now, and they never heard of Christ. Benevolence never became a "Christian charity" until Christ preacl'ed It and practiced It. Kenevclence was taught by Confucius, by Mahomet,' by Buddha and other philosophers and prophets who have a eombined following far 'outnumbering the Christians. It Is taught by Ma sonry, and Masonry is much older than Christianity.' Christ may or may not have been a Mafon. If he was, it was by his own free will and aeccrd; one is never Invited to join the Masonie fraternity., "W fall to see such things in tha heathen world." By "heathen world" I presume he means the non-Christian world. in these days of "travel and books of trav el the environment of a man. must be naxrew, indeed, which allovs him to make such a statement. "Charity belongs to Christianity. It is the work of Christ " It does, as well as to all mankind. Christ did not originate it. nor corner all the available and future supply. "Now, when a man ives ard fails to knowledge Christ in the g'f t, he has robbed the Son of God cf Lis peculiar glory." , So the man who is benevolent should get no creirtt for being eo; all tt glory should go '.o Christ, or he will get mad abcut it, for further along in the articl?, where he is coafused with the God of the OU Testameht. who was "a jealous God, e see he wants all that is coming to him. in the language of Josephus, wouldn't that kill you? '.The truly benevoient man cares not for glory. He would net deprive Christ of it, if hr neecled it so lad, for any thing in the world. He only docs unto others what fome day he might need others to do untj him, and Christ him self believsd and taught this simple y4 magnificent rule. It is not within the compass of my limked comprehen sion to think that the Man of Sorrows i-ouM possibly crave glory or renown, the desire of the arrogant and the am bitious,, any more than that his God of love and merey was the Jealous Gad who s?nr the bears to destroy the lit tle . children for making an irritating remark to a bald-headed s?cond-hand prophet. Yours truly, A. KICKEIl. Mesa, Arizona, March 13. 1 nr Mil Efck Eta BSZ3SSS3S GIVE OUR SIDE CHANCE. In our article of yesterday take.i from the New York Herald, heade 1 "Business Men in Theatricals," we no tice, that "A Wise Woman" is goinar to make a few stops before starting a run in San Fraifcisco. Now why can't we have this company stay one niht with ms? Th-y surely must have a first-class company to contemplate an extended run in the western metropo lis. Such si company, would be a re lief from tho No. i, 3 and sometimes 4 companies that we generally got. Give us a chance. An Ideal all the year 'round home for a resident of Phoenix will be leased furnished by the year on very reason able terms. Owner is away and de sires permanent reliable tenant rather than fancy rental. Windmill with tnk acetylene gas plant, stable, with other modern conveniences. Beautiful grounds ana plenty of shade. One block from car line in Capitol addition. Inquire of II. I. Latham & Co. 1 SUNDAY, MARCH 27, Excursion From Florence on That Day Adjusting Freight Rates. Florence, March 13 (Special) Messrs. Curt. G. Powell, J. J. Fraser and Car ron, the general manager or the Bey mert Mining company .drove over to the Keymert mlx.e on Saturdiy. going by way of the Superior Mining coni panys property, where they stopped and made an inspect 'on of the Superior mine. They returned last evening and report tha.t evory thins 2.1 Superior 13 booming. ," J. H. Em inert, of Prtscott, assistant to the president of the Phoenix t Fast cm railroad, is a business visitor to Florence. He states that the eompany Is doing all injtg power to adjust the freight rates over the nw line to com pare favorably with the S. P. railroad, but as it takes a little time to get mat ters arranged on a working basis, our tradesmen are requested to b? a little patient with the railroad company." We notice in the PhoTiix news items in Sunday's issue of The liepublieian a note to the effect that the excursion from Florence had been changed froip tnc 2,th (Sunday) to the 2Gth (Satur day), As the excursion is advertl-ed in Florence find district by hamfo:lls and posters to be on Sunday, the 27th. Inst., this is rather confusing find thi matter oueht to he de-flnitely decided fo that the people can ina.e arrange ments for going on the excursion. Be fore writing It was impossible to get elefinite information as to th com pany's intentions", but ns soon s-s a definite date is announced the people will no doubt be n'. titled as to whether there is any change f.-om the original date. Leu Collins and Mr. Mank, two of Phoenix's insurance agents, are in town. Florence must be a good field for the insurance busine---;. J. J. Fraser rotarns to his ranch at B'oenui ville today. Th? Indies' Village Improvement Jub gave a social on Friday evening at the residence of Judge Doan when progressive euchre end music were tlvj features of the entertainment. A light luncheon was served rind a most 'en joyable time was spent by the gu?ts. Mrs. Frank Doan ha returned to h?r home at Tucson. Guests registered tit the Florence ho tel: H. B. Wilkinson, Pheenix; C. A. Foster, Phoenix; T. N. Wills and wife, A. Arrowsniith. G. H. 'Harmon, H. Gross, George Howe and B. E. Woods, Nearly time to change into spring wear. Did the last pair fit ? We have the larg- est line of Oxfords in the city this season . and the price is right. . i p WE FIT 'SHOE& DON'T FORGET OUR. HOSIERY. CO. "FOOTWEAR EXCLUSIVELY." 27-29 E. Washington Street. Phone Main 274. PKoenix, A. T. Mesa : James M. Merton and Johrf Mer ton. Calumet. Mich.; H. H. Richardson, Superior: C. A. Randall ami R. Iopy, Keivin- o GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES. Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protrud ing Piles. Tour druggist will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure you, in 6 to 14 days". COc. We have just . received a very at tractive catalogue issued bv the Maita .Yita Pure Food company, of Battle Creek. Mich., In which is shown a list of articles that are given away to users of their famous food, "Mnlta-Vita." We note that all coupons issued in 1003 and l:0i will be redeemed until Jan uary 1st. 19C3. They will head a' cata logue to any address for' four Malta Vita coupons or 4 cents in stamps. . - ti FRATERNAL DROTH ESHOOD. , t REAL ORANG 5 Cents A Glass. ' ONLY AT THE FOUNTAIN OF I ELVEY HU1LETT, 5 and 7 East Washington Street. All member? of M.rricop.i Lodge Xo. 43 are rerivestod to meet at the resi dence of Brother Northrop No. ,"i0 X. Fourth avenue, Thursday, at 7::!0 o'clock p. jr.. Business of importance. E. W. POTTER. . 1 President. ; n I TH- 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. Boxes for families and par tie. I will do all my own pastry work stllL I want all ray old friends to be at the new stane' when I open. . , Cpen day and night. Chop Suey for dinner. CAESAR'S DISAPPOINTMENT. 1 bese of i Caerar had fallen at th Pomppy's statue. "It's such a disappointment," he muttered.. "I always , wanted som'e thing fashionable, like appcndicitis.l' Further remarking. "Et tu. Brute!" ne closed trie interview for th press. 1 -.New York Tribune. m'm Dhnaniif Tn.nl, Con nrtr i fvfBiy 1 iiuohia null muiuij i &-'5ilWvt7:fe.fef$4 the place to get a good trunk. uit case or bag, repairing, keys fitted, old trunks taken In ex change. 433 W. Washington st. Tel. Red 394. EE JP 2 cjj FOR CCLHW.' IILi .L. IH. jwnw. J.JJi 11 hi iiii - OOGOOOOO Japanese Silk, all colors, 19 inches wide, sold for 35c a yard. Today's: price only, yard Ladies' Shirt Kimono's, made of good" quality lawn, trim med in different colors, sold for 50c each. Today's ' S: 1 : . .. '35c LADIES' BLACK LACE HOSE, Hermsdorf dye, new designs, fine quality, regular price 45c a pair. For today, onlyj pair 33ic Ladies' Long Kimonos, in pink or blue, lawn, trimmed in white, full length, worth $1.00 each. To- pjr . day's price, each 3C Children's Knit Underwaists unbleached, all sizes, reg ular price 15c each. To day's price, each....... . . IOC OOOOO0QG Flhe noire