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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY WORKING, MARCH 17, 1904
G Less Care and Work -AND- lore Comfort or ilie Woman. Cooking over the hot iron stove in an Arizona kitchen means much of dis comfort and weariness for any woman .md the us-o of an oil or gasoline stove eliminates these troubles and leaves the kitchen as cool as any other room in the home. The objection to most gasoline oil stoves is their, danger but and the Of Local' Interest. X HC WEATHER Local daily weather Arizona Republican: refjort for the Forecast for today: Fair; colder. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: Standard WicKless Bine Flame STOVES OLixd Insurance Gasoline Stoves are absolutely safe. Thousands of them in use without record of an accident sind the cost of fuel is no more than wood even in Arizona where oil and gasoline are high in price. It pavs to prepare for the heat of :-mnnier here and if Arizona husbands would furnish their wives with the comfort and convenience of a summer rook stove there would be less weary, Tvorn out women and less doctor bills. .Vow men if you think there is noth ing in this ju-t go into the kitchen :ii.ont noon and stand over a red hot stove for a while. It's like beios in oven. After this experience we feel sure that you will bring that wife, who deserves the best o everything, down to Davidson"? Cash store and see the splendid line of summer cook stoves. Davidson's Cash 5tore Phone Red 363. The place whera you can buy every thins from a tent to a tooth pick. Temperature Departure Departure Since since 1st of Month Jan. 1, 1904 MIAN NORMAL 61 61 78 172 Maximum temperature, 76; minimum temperature, 51. Average relative humidity, CO per cent. Total precipitation, Tiace. ' Character of the day: Partly cloudy. M. E. BLiYSTONE, Section Director. ON GOVERNMENT SERVICE. Charles Williams of the office of the geological survey has gone to Preseott on government work. THE GOSPEL TENT. The subject at the, gospel tent services tonight will be "The Millennium: Will th-i Iord reign on the earth with His People a Thousand Years?" ELI TO LECTURE. Tve First T.I. E. church has made arrangements with Kli Perkins to deliver his popular lec ture 'Philosophy of Wit and Humor n i find stories Around the Stoe" Thurs- 1 a ( F 1 i YQUR NOSE GliB EYE GLASSES met and con- is we have our tc-xt. v, others hard for others. Soir.e no i lie rod" Some lire ' not for us'. Pugr, Roman, long, 1 'an. fat, fiat or straight. We fit your eyes and lit your liO.-e, or tell you wlty it c:tr.'t be done. In liUin j eye-glasses fitting comfort is . syential ele right K r.se3 may seem wi on.". Ileie you may be sure your glasses are risht. and secure in the knov.ied-. tiiev are on the r.ose to stay. ST. m-T Ho :-V.YASHG PrtUClMlA. IDEAL PRESCRIPTION FILLING. The real character of any drug store can be judged by the success of its prescription de partment. Success depends on securing the confidence of the physician and the public, and this confidence is measured by the business which comes to the dispensing department. We have tue largest prescription trade in Phoenix and this fact means something. Our service is ideal. We have everything that physi cians prescribe, and everything is of the finest quality. We want to fill your prescriptions. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington and Center St. Phoenix, A. T. day evening, April 7th, for the benefit of the church. IMPROVING LAMSON COLLEGE. The store lias bten prepared for th3 pillar, which will be erected on t;i- South Side of the new entrance to the Lamson Business College. As soon as the stairway is finished, work will be pushed on rearranging the college rooms. When these improvements are. completed the Lamson ISusiness Col lege will have the finest school rooms in Arizona. MRS. WALBRIDGE BETTER. The many friends of Mrs. A. I Walbridge T.ilJ be pleased to know that she is re covering from the sickness which pros trated h"r in San Francisco a couple of wc-eks ago. and that she will sooa be out again. Mr. Wulfiridge and the family e:pect to join her early in April, and as soon as she is able to leave th; doctor's care, they will locate for the summer in the foot hills of Mendo'-itio county, about ninety miles north of San Francisco. NEW CORPORATIONS Articles of the following corporations were filed in the othee of the county recorder yester day: The Big Five company, capital stock, $100,000. incorporators R. K. Daggs and A. J. Daggs: Ramsey Oil company, capital stock, $200,000, incor porators J. R. Beggs, G. W. Griggs, D. W. I-ansing and others; Indian Terri tory Oil Fields, Ltd. capital stock, J 1,000,000. incorporators M.- L. Ban croft, W. B. Whelpley and others; United States Gas Improvement com pany, capital stock,, $1,000,000, incor porators J. A. Connolly. A. H. Smith and .M. L. Church. Amended articles were filed of the Hesperus Gold & Cop per Mine5? company, increasing capital stock to Jl, '.00.000. A MURDEROUS ASSAULT. Some time on Tuesday night u man was as saulted at Wickenburg for the purpo01? of robbery. The name of the victim Is rot known here, but he is a section hard employed by the S. F. P. & P. Ke is about sixty years old. He was walking not far from the track when he was struck and rendered uncon scious. His money was taken from him. He was discovered in the morn ing and the seriousness of his injury was not understood until in the after noon when it was found th.lt his skull had been fractured. Constable Ike Ford last night telephoned Dr. IT. A. Hughes that the m.'.u would be sent to the city this morning to be taken to the asylum, and it ivns thought that an operation on his skvll would be neces sary. THAT H ' ' I PACE SUIT. Xotiee .VMS filed in district court yesterday hy A. C. Baker, attorney for Ja'k Gibson and Charles Williams in the suit3 against Charle3 Goldman stakeholder of the Belladonna and Lottie Sparks' race that on March 19 the plaintiffs would move for judgment on their pleadings, the former for $750 and the l;rtter for $500 their shares of the stakes put against similar amounts by J. J. Cottrell, the owner of Lottie Sparks. These motions will be made on the ground that the answer filed on the part of the stakeholder was frivol ous and did not set forth facts suffi cient to constitute a defense. The an- the Arizona Lodging house on Monday, assan'ted "Screw"- Wigggins of Wick enburg while he lay asleep and then robbed him was before Justice Burnett yesterday for examination. The pre liminary trial had been set for today. Wiggins had recovered from his : .luiies more rapidly than had been ex pected and was in a hurry to get back to Wickenburg. Crawford himself was anxious for an early disposition of the case and the matter was therefore ad vanced on the docket. Crawford had little to say for himself. He knew that he had no crime 'n his heart, but he had a great deal of beer in his system last Monday so that he ad mitted that he might have committed the burglary and assault. He was held to the grand jury in the sum of $500. SU3MITTED TO OPERATION. Miss Nellie Garcia. .niece of Joseph M. Balsi, who has been ill for several weeks with pneumonia submitted to an operation Tuesday and her recovery is now. hoped for. SHERIFFS OFFICE VACANCY. Deputy Sheriff William Widmer has resigned his postion as deputy sheriff. His successor has not yet been an nounced and in the absence of Sheriff Cook from the city it is not knowi whether it will be tilled. Mr. Widmer had been connected with the offi'-e since the installation of Sheriff Cook. He had previously had a great deal of experience in the office, having served as deputy through the term of Sheriff J. K. Murphy. EASE BALL SUNDAY. The Phoe nix team will again piay the G-endale aggregation at Kastlake park .Sunday, at 2:30 p. m., and not Saturday is was previously announced in this pa per. The Glendale men have secured the services of their crack pitcher, Wemp ,nnd he w ill surely be in the bo:c for them Sunday. Without him they acknowledge there is no use trying to play the local team. . Avery will al3 j pl:-y with OlertfnlP. r.nd his addition to the team snould help ihem. The Phoenix boys are satislied they can turn the tables with Wemp in thu box, and were disappoint? 3 that he wis not on hand to do stunts last Sunday, and will not be satisfied, until they succeed in driving him to the woods. They will ! all have their batting clothes Sunday and an interesting ex J looked forward to. Donovan and Io nian will be the battery for t.ie Iw nix team. ROUND THE WORLD IN 60 MIN- v" rw fj HATS, Nothing But 1 1 ? Confining our energy and entire attention to the shoe Imsaiess, ana uejng the oldest exclusive Shoe Store in Phoenix, we carry the largest and most varied stock of Shoes in this part cf the country. ' . .. Our shoes are all that can be desired in style, quality, fit and durability. Herein Lies Our Supremacy H A Diehl . M. DePEW. Seasonable, stylish Shoes are always sold here at lower prices than anywliere else. If .you have lived "hereabouts" for any length of time you know that buying shoes here means a saving of a good share of your Shoe Money. oe Go. J. A. REDMAN. arness csaaamery uu. Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of and Dealers in Harness, Stock Saddles, Saddlery Hardware, Mexican Silver Inlaid Bits and Spurs. s on next J S" chibition is g spun of . n ozeu or j Cj ' We Expect a Naw Ship ment of MEXICAN DRAWN WORK SHIRT WAISTS TUESDAY MORNING swer and the demurrer were set for heat-it if- on Apiil 2. It is therefore un likely that there will be action on the motion next Siiturday. when notice is Siven that they will be filed. .A.GRAND JURY SUBJECT. Dee Crawford, the young man who got into UTES. The ladies of the Christian church are famed lor the ii.any uniouc and pleasant entertainments w hk-U they have furnished the appreciative people of Phoenix in the past, and now, j:ist to keep up thoir reputation, are ! planning something entirely new. Il will be a trip around the world in one eveninir for benefit of tho.-e who can not travel 23,000 miles by the ! usual routes. But thev will travel iust ! the same, their palace car beins a hay- ej rack, and the electric motor .1 s mules. There will be a half do more houses in different parts of the city, transformed into typical dwell ings in Africa, Iceland, Germany. China, Mexico, and America, fnd ladi-is at each place fittireri in appropriate national costumes, will serve refresh ments pecu'iar to that countiy. Th;:sa making the jo'irney will be taken from country to country on hay-racks, of which there will be a number in com mission. It is dsi;".ed to hold this chsnnin.-; fete at full moon in April, which will be Friday, the 29th. Those des-irlng to take this oxcutsion should and secure their tickets in advance. ' 13 th ' ift ti-.e i-ertns re all taken. I COMPANY B, SMOKER. The ntt-- cers ot Company U entertained the I members of the company and their friends at a cainpnre. last ni.ht at the I armory of the company over the city J l " 1 ' T"l . . - , -i,. i.l.iv x lie ai invi uutu1. ill irjc lesent a camp, tetits bein - arranged around the hail, w ith a camp fire burn in? in the center, making in ; 11 , ary fine appearance indeed. An jUlracUve programme was rendered by the mem bers of the company and all present had a royal good time. This is th; first of it series of entertainments and socials that the company intends to give, and it is hoped that the next programme will be even move elabor ate than the one last evening, which could hardly be be i.nproved upon. Capt. Parks read the history of the company from its first organization as the Phoenix Guards until .the present. The history of the organization shows that U Company has been steadily ad vancing and it is hoped that the mem bers of the present company will Uep the good work of the past going on. The programme rendered was us 'al lows: Opeirmg address by Capt. James Parks, character sketch ly J. Kaun ders. bag punching by L. StetTens., bugle calls by C. Acosta. recitation by Bert Calkins, three rounds: boxing bout between S. Murphy and W. Mack, thieo rounds boxing bout between Private Mercer nd Beyers, two rounds boxing between Steffens and Saunders. Re freshments (good old army style) by Cook Byers. Smoke to the bright fu ture of Company B, by all present. Phoenix H spring k. Styles. 3 ft 5" Wl !i i Era Telephone Red 1405. fl BB&.'aatUfUt aam iirnLn. nTftms u - v it M I H 8 H 9 ( H B 5 f! ' k I V Q I 1 j f f 1 JR I l; i want to buy real estate and want f ' , a m. Afi.& . jw jg00)J value for your money come and fT tfyL M . ' t take a ride in my automobile and brinj ! .j. til li 0 ta l r t your wife or friends with you. KJP U Jr Y Fine Hand-Made Harness a Specialty. . NO. 37 NORTH FIRST AVENUE. DO YOU WANT A - Your Properly May Be the Next to Burn. Why not start the New Year by fully protecting it- against fire? Ours is the largest fire In surance agency in the territory. I HAVE I had over nine years experience in j ! the valley and endeavor to sell my customers places that will fit. I JUST NOW good acre bargains Kanche We are Sole Agents for Eleven of the Largest and Best Fire Insurance Com panies in the World. I can offer especially I - o n a A Ct ...... 1 lPft I 111 OV, 11, dllLl JUV witn gooa improvements ana water ' privileges. All kinds of City and I ! Country property for sale. F OH 1ANG 9 We have a variety at good prices .which we are glad to show you whether you buy or not. 4- T 4 t f TALBOT egl HUBBARD'S Hardware Store. i- Harry BrUlcy OVER 600 ACRES of Good Land For Sale at $12.50 Per Acre. Our eighteen years experience in the business assures you of proper care in case of accident. All losses adjusted and paid through our office. II, L Lata & Co Real Estate, insurance, Leans 44 North Center Street. 'Phone Main 220. We Have Secured the Agenc' for Campbell's fierss Foot Remedy. It is recommended by the Leading Horsemen of the Country E A. Spauldineil BSL?.y. D,5!yG co- 41 West Adams Street Opposite Board of Trade. 1 r5C3 If interested call early get your choice. and Phcenix Slationery .& Hews Co. 10 and 12 W. Washington St. LOOK OVER OUR Advertising Calendars SWELLEST LINE We Can save you money. Patronize home concern. Lots of syrups but only one TOBOG GAN. Its mar!e. Any man can easily make a fool of himself. All he has to do is to act kittenish. Chicago News. Can't we interest you in handsomo Shirts? Not the ordinary styles, not TSie H. H. Weil Co PRINTERS the loud flashy patterns of the frontier, but high class conservative effects for Gentlemen of taste. All the Spring WHEELS RENTED AND REPAIRED. BICYCLES .- and . SUNDRIES The Phoenix Cycle Go., Phone R:d 524. Half BlocH West of the Adams. Easterliog& Whitney Undertakers Embalmers. No. 44 and 46 East Adams st. Phone Main 29. Lady attendant. F?OR SALE CHEAP IIP TAKEN AT ONCE TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSE Nine rooms with all modern conveniences, frame stable, plenty of shade, in good neighborhood, 3 blocks from car line. 16 NORTH CENTER STREET. i tr--'..M.H.'g"j,j- N. PORTER. Saddle and Harness Go. X l is f. ITTi.V 1 af. ' .f:,hTri 1 fi r-.r-7V.t j i li'r V styles are now in; make your selec- tions early. It will pay you. We make Shirts to order. The McDcugal! & Cassou Go; 32 W. Washington street. , 142 EAST WASHINGTON. For our make of Arizona Styles of Saddles, Bridles, Bits and Spurs. Prompt attention to mail order. GRISWOLD, Tke Bicvcle Man Is Arizona agent for the Racycle, the best fund easiest riding wheel on earth. Keeps the largest etosk of Tires and Bundrlea. Moat complete repair shop in the city. Nos. 7 and 9 S. First avenue. mm ONE OF WALKER'S BARGAINS. A nice seven-room frame house with two lots can now be bought at a bargain as the owner is desirous of closiu? out all holdings here on account of business t interests elsewhere. SEE ME ABOUT THIS. J. Ernest Walker, Real Estate and Loans, couhthotuse. 14-16 S. Second Ave. phoenk. Tou will always find the new things in Hats and Gent's furnishing goods at Plank, the hatter, Fleming block. PLANK, the Hatter FLEMING BLOCK US N. Center St. Tel. Main 791. Mobil & Dorris, UndertaXers aad Embalmers. LADY ATTENDANT. EEC THE VALLEY BANK - OP V H O B Nl X " Capita!, 5100,000. fiurplas, $25,000. JAS. NEWLANDS, JR., PRESIDENT. . E. J. BENNITT, VICE PRESIDENT. W. D. FULWILER, SECOND VICE PRESIDENT. LLOYD B. CHRISTY, CASHIER. Etchange .issued on all General banking business transacted. Important cities of the world. DIRECTORS Jas. Newlands Jr., E. J. Bennitt. J. C. Wasson, Jos. 3. Fifield, Lloyd B. Christy. Ezra W C. Kirkpatrick, J. Thayer. . i nr. x luiiic ocivniga JLJaiiK ..nu I ruSC v-.o. Pays 4 per cent interest on all time deposits. Accounts may be opened for one dollar or more, either In person or ty mail. A handsome nickel steel safe Is -furnished depositors free of charge. Call at the banking office and learn all about our plan for making savings pay an income. i f i X t The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. 5100:000. CHARLES F. AIXSWORTH. President; R. II. GREENE, Vice President: FRANK AIXSWORTH, Cashier.. DIRECTORS Charles F. Ainsworth, 7. C. Foster. R. H Greene, Frank Ains worth, Harvey J. Lee. ' -l'l''I"I-14"iM-4-l"l''l"l44-4.I..t-.l..l.4i..H 9 4.