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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1904.
BRING YOUR FILMS AND PLATES TO US TO BE DEVELOPED. We do develc ping and printing well and promptly. Agents for EASTMAN'S KODAKS and FILMS. Everything in the. KODAK LINE. The Berryhill Co., Corner First and Washington Streets. Nothing adds more to the comfort of the kitchen than a Nice vSink. We have them in all styles, steel or cast iron, in white or blue enamel. PRICES REASONABLE. D H BURTIiS 15 E. Washington. f'S 7A S'j We Are Not Selling Out! Everything we have Is good. Is bought right and will be a credit to us to sell and a pleasure to you to own. We have been In business fifteen years in Phoenix and expect to be here all our lives. Our guarantee Is good for something. If you are not satisfied with an article you purchase from us bring It back and get your money. TKe Curio. Corner Second avenue and Jefferson street. Facing Court House square. J TOBOGGAN I MAPLE I SYRUP I A PLUNGE OF I I PLEASURE. 1 I SWEETER THAN 1 I SUGAR. I I COOD WITH I I ANYTHING; I I GOOD FOR I I EVERYBODY. I (MUM : COAST 5YRUP CO LOCAL 111 INTEREST FINE ASPARAGUS Some fine spe cimens of asparagus were brought to the board of trade room yesterday by Nelson and XI. L. Mcllwain, who re side three-quarters of a mile south of the Buckeye toad, ve?t of Pho?nix! B. P. O. ELKS. Phoenix lodge No. C33 B. V. O. Elks; wili hold a meeting tonight for the installation of of fieeis. After that ceremony a fin banquet will be rerved in honor of th? new officers. SANITARY BOARD MEETING. W. S. Sturgis. of Tucson, and J. J. R'ggj, of Wlllcox, chairman and member, re spectively, of the live Btcck sanitary hoard, left for Preseott this morning to hold a meeting of the board there today. RAIN NEEDED. If for no other reason, a fine rain is needed now to test the new cement ditch on Center street. It has not oniy been com pleted but a portion of the adjacent street has been nicely graveled with the material left over. Center street residents are now becominjr nuKe chesty and they have good reason. RETURN OF THE FA1THFUI The Knights of Khorassan who went 10 niPDee isunaay night to burn incense ana what money they had with thm, aie homo again, having sneakcJ in early this morning on fj special train from Maricopa. They say they did eth er things In Bisbee also, amone which waB mentioned the mai.sacre of a Job Jot of tyros and the dedication of a new hall to the purposes of their mys tic fellowship. Marshal Kinney was among tho returning heroes. Asked if he came back to stop Ell. Perkins from lecturing in the Fhvt Methodist church tonight, ha replied that on the contrary lie cam back purposely to hear him. Tho rest of the - kniehta. however. "fessed up" that whiie they would probably go to hear Mr. re.k ns in the evening, the circus v.as not to be over looked and they came on a spec'al to get a little sleep before: the afternoon performance. EL!'8 ARRIVAL. Ell .Perkins nrav bo safely announced as having "ar rove." Ho said in a recent communi cation that he would be here on th- 10:30 train from Ash Fcrk end from that it Is presumed that he will come on p. special at 10:30 this morning, a there is no regular 10:30 train. Hew ever it is immaterial whether he !a here yet or not. He will ba here to night to Ifcture in the First Methodist church, even if he comes on a hand car, for he is reputed to have a fad for keeping dates. If there's money in them, and h's next date is Phoenix, tonight. He will lecture on the sub ject of wit and humor. If not restrained by the police, and it is hardly exp?ct?d that he will be for th? chief is out of town. And whether he is here yet cr not, no one who has the price need hf-sltata about going to the church tonight, for Eli certainly will have "arrovt;" before ht begin3 talking. PERSONAL. ! tl 'I-; r 1 1 I -t-t--: -t t vi i -i -tT llrs. Jjines Collins arrived from San Francisco yesterday. She was sum moned on account of the injury re celved by her husband in the explosion lat Sunday. E. Horton Joner, asrayer and chem ist for a mining company of Ma?da- i lena. Alex., and a graduate of the Unl- vetsity of Arizona, is visiting Phoenix, nz with Dr. Mclntyre and family. Tim Erown a student of the Uni versity of Arizona ,is visiting Phoeni.t, tha guest of C. F. Alniworth and family. The following named were among the passengers leaving this morninz via the S. F. P. P. railroad: Harry Archer for St. Pail; W. T. AlcPher FOn for New York: XV. II. Fela and wife for Fan Frar.cisco; O. C. McLaris, P.. K. Aledairs for .Albuquerque: J. XV. Primm and wife for Kansas City: H. S Gnnge and Otto Mchmcl for Denver. Miss Francis Bury of the Flagstaff Normal will awive this morning t' spend a few days with her mother, Airs. Helen Bury. Those registering at the Hotel Adams yesterday were: C. A. Randall, Flor ence: Fied W. Evans, Salt Lake City; J. R. Slack, Albany, N. Y.; W. Stonr Ktdd. Morenci; C. D. Robbins. New York: J. Hammer, Denver; Wm. V. Lockwood, San Francisco: L. F. E gers .Globe; F. C. Buchanan, El Paso; S. T. Allen. E. A. Girvin, J. F. Little r.eld, Chas. E. Nathorst, San Francisco: M. O. Bicknell, city: Jumes J. Riggs. Willcox. Ariz.; A. J. Leitch and family. Niles, Ohio: W. II. Barnes, Tucson. Those registering at the Commercial hotel yesterday were: ' AI. J. Alorrin of Kansas City; James G. Hammels of Glendale: H. G. Cassldy, city; E. E. AlcVeagh. J. P. Gilchrist, E. E. Perdy, San Francisco: AI. D. Brown, Buck eye: J. D. Bailey, P. E. Neill, Flag staff; F. D. AVetherby. J. II. Wetherby, Boston; S. W. Weinberger, Calvert Wilson, S. C. Shale, Los Angeles; Bay lor Shannon. Clifton; S. F. Cochran city: Aliss Etta Warren. New York; E. M. Ball, Atlanta: S. Y. B.irkley, Tuo son; C. J. Garrigun,- Aliss Lottie Zeno bia, Howard Brandon, New York; It. A. Blase, Bisbee: Air. $nd Airs. Louis Lytton, Boston: J. V. Edwards, Alarl copa; Alfred H. Celtzen .Vienna, Aus tria. When a girl Isn't gooj looking her true friends blame It upon ihe milliner and dresemaker. Atchiscn Globe. A man longs for hair on his bald spot as ardently ns a woman dreads hair on the upper Hp. Now Is the time you need Ca medicine to tem, drive out the winter im purities, and overcome that tired feeling. There's none to equal the Bitters. Try a Bottle. It always cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Colds, La Grippe, Spring Fever or General Debility. 1 1 CELEBRATED w jm w STOMACH FUNERAL OF J. J. BUCKLEY Well Attended by the Fitemen and His Soldier Friends The funeral of J. J. Buckley held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Catholic church, was a most impres sive one- and the subsequent march from the church to the cemetery at tested that the dead man had many friends. Early in the day a number of beau tiful floral offerings were sent to the undertaking parlors. The most nitable perhaps was the gift o the Pioneer Hose company of which Air. Buckley was a member. It was a floral repro duction of the company's badge, a cir cle of hose with the nozzle at one end with a crossbar bearing the company name and number. At -the conclusion of the Cathclic service the cortege moved toward the Phoenix city cemetery, led by the Pi oneer band and the Phoenix fire de partment which turned out In uniform, the apparatus being taken as far as Seventh avenue. Next came the mili tary esccrt. Lawton post, Spanish American War Veterans and B Com pany N. G. A. The dead man was a member of the Veterans' organization and previous to his enlistment for ser vice in ' the Philippines, had been a member of B Company N. O. A. Among the soldiers were ncted Gov ernor Brodie and others of high mili tary rank, both with '.he veterans and the guard. At the cemetery the burial service of the Veterans was read by Com mander E. AI. Lamson, Junior Vice Commander C. R. Ccx and Chaplain John Paddock. The usual salute was fired over the grave, the ceremany ending with taps. Mrs. Ross Smith, of Bisbee, a sis ter of Air. Buckley, arrived the c'ay before and was present at the funeral. Jack was a good soldier, true to his ccuntry and to his friends. A touch ing Incident occurred just before his death when friends were trying V) en courage him by telling him there- was plenty of money at hand for his care. He replied that he would not rood it; that it could be used to bury him and his only request was that the pictures f his two childien be buried with him. DIAVOLO THE "DEMON OF THE AIR." Dashing down a steep incline scarce ly two feet in width, at the rate of 1M miles an hour, mounting the inside of a broken loop 10 feet in cVimeter, an I Jumping across a gap of 13 feet, while th bicycle is up.'ide down, i? the won derful feat performed twice daily by "Dlavolo the Demon of th? Air," with the Great Floto shows. THROUGH THE NEW UMBRELLA. Pretty Maid Peeps Rougithly Throuch Transparent Shade. Crowded streets on rainy davs will no lonjrc-r be a terror to the unfortun ate pedestrian, for with the advent of j the new transparent umbrella many things will be changed. With the coming of this latest Inven tion things hitherto hidden are re vealed and AIater Cupid has to cha-e his methods of doing business on rainy clays. How many a romance of the paist has been founded upon some eplso.ie in which the umbrella played an im portant part. The hero and th? heio ine suddenly dash on'the wind-rwept, rain-drenched street; a Icok and a love storv is begun. At the bench what confidences ar? exchanged under the i-hclter of the friendlv umbrella. There is. moreover. co.mecteJ with . Shis union? article a chirm which rhouid comDfr.sr.te for all its literary drawbacks. The fair facj of the maid who carries the umbrella of filmy fine ness gains added charms from iti sub tle suggestion of half hidden brau'.y. There is no doubt thit the girl be hind the umbrella will be such a fas cinating virion that the sterner sex will spend most of their time sighing for wet weather. I MAGNIFICENT MENAGERIE WITH THE GREAT FLOTO SHOWS. One of the pleasantest and most profitable hours that car. he spent any where may be found In the enormous menagerie department of these vast shows. There Is not a great deal of opportunity offered elsewhere for a practical study of animal life. The re lations of the wild animals of the world to mankind are bjt little understood. The marvels of '.reation are nowhere greater than In the strange and diversi fied forms of animate existence, as exemplified in wild and untamed and untamable beasts. Scarcely any Idea of the great cardinal principle of pro sreas In animal lifo evolution may oe had without a knowledge of wild r.ni mals. The wise men of the world know this fact, .and in order to make such knowledgo available, as well as to en tertain and amuse, have established In the larger cities of the world zoological jare'ens. But they arc enormously ex pensive institutions and only tha wealthiest communities can afford them. It is because these great shows mal: one of thi many features of their ex hibitions a menageiie that i3 complete . in eveiy particular that they are of in calculable practical benefit to r.ny and every community they visit. Years of study of zoology in books is not so ef fective as an hour spent in this me nagerie. And when- during this hour one may be amused by the antics of the monkeys, marvel a, the stranga creatures of odd shape and savage dis position, and at tha same time be en tertained by the music of a magnWi cent military band, an hour of diver sion and study is supplied that can be had nowhere else. It Is for this reason that the doors of tho shows are opened an hour be fore tho beginning of the orer.ic per formance. It is really a duty to get to the shows eirly enough to allow the children ample time to pee all the ani-, mals, and an hour Is none too long tor a hasty inspection of tner.i all. Shows will exhibit In Phoenix today. April 7th. ' -Cl It is better for the average girl to imagine even that she can think than that he can sing. New York Press. There couldn't have been much en joyment for Eve In eoing shopping be cause she always had to take the same pattern of fig lsrif. New York Pre33. Correct Clothes for Men ETTER late than never." II you've been paying sky-high prices for ex clusive custom tailoring to get coprrigM wos,A.B.4co. away from old ready-mades, row's the time to repent and boom your bank account. This label jpd)enjamin&(o MAKERS NEWYORK is on clothes that differ from fine custom-made only in price ; but this price-difference makes all the difference in the world to you, and to us; more to you, the wearer. Equal to fine custom-made in all but price. The makers' guarantee, and ours, with every garment We are , Exclusive Distributors in this city. THE HUB. Phoenix, Arizona. -X. DANCING AS PHYSICAL CULTURE. Dancins Is now a form of physical gymnastics. The ordinary waltz is danced at the pace of tho old gal : and the step is a hop, skip and Jump. n , . If It weren't fcr their mistakes a :ri-eat many men woiud nevir be heard of. Chicago News. n i . After listenirg to a rocr young man's tale of woe it's up to the helresj to irlve him a helplr.s hand. (Thicago New. rurir.2 courtship a girl Is often up ntle to express hur thoughts, but she makes up for lost time after marr'ase. C"hicaso News. No, Allude, dear, the dark ngss wero not fo cal!?d because of the knCgMs. Philadelphia T.ecord. t o A brlJe and groom naturally look pale when they rca'.ize that they aro being made wn. Philadelphia Record. o It is difficult to g:vri a long h?a le 1 man the rhcrt end of the dial. Chicaso News. Strawberrien (omj ar.d strawb?rri.?s go, but prune? go on forever. Chicago Nc v. r. Spiritur.listic mfdiuirn are advert'sing rpring styles !n raps. Ph!!ad?lph'a Re cord. WHY THE TICE3 GPARED HIM. 'I '.-.ear ail vou fellers tell'.ns stories." rail the ronlurr. who is in league with r.ll the evil spirits, including CiulO'i. "I'.v.d I v.anttotcH yo.i myseluf. Th'-Ti was a f "Her in Chicago, he 1-3 Dutch im! he ain't sot no place to fro und l.o'.I.in to t-:4t. He Ir, doo:; and ho is IHiti I.. ".-( whr.t does he do? Von day Ik; OTPs flown Ler ftreeil ar.d mets a fiipndstershls iz coming down d?: r.treet too. "SCo he raver to himself. "Here is vhe-re I should sredt a chents to . ir't f-niiir.; to eat and a place to slep. lli n friendc iayes: 'Such a business! I am ticket ta' er down to Ila.Tcnback'r: animn! -. "So he siivn": 'What do I care h-. -about Ha.Trcntack's animals? I waat fTtv cents for supper and a bed ' "So he favs: 'Here Is fifty cents: ayso you shtv.-.ld get two dollars a day to be a bear. The bear is deacl.' "So he raves: 'I'll done It.' ar.d be trels into a bear skin and h? i3 the bai lor two c'ollars a day und everdr.it: taod. Flenty to cat und a plae to "They rrrd him with iron sticks tr.it proiiivs ar.d he cops: "I'-r-cgT-trh! Such a noise. "Tint one f.ny tho fool lecturer puds him in do- case- mit der tiger. "Der tiger is coming der nails oui.lt Look at tSie Brand ! Waiter Bakers Cocoa and Chocolate v The FINEST in trie World Costs Less than One Cent a Cup Forty Highest Awards in Europe and America Walter Baker k Go, Ltd, Esed usa Dorchastef, Mass. IB Ac , ndrTMrJiX-i ;':, - i i ' i r ' i hi pi fwh oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo i Bargain Layout tor I nursaay i a o MILL REMNANTS OF TABLE LINEN. 300 Yards of Table linen Mill Remnants in Unbleached, Red and Bluet Newest and Prettiest Designs, good quality, in lengths from three to ten yards goods that would sell off the bolt at 6oc. TODAY YARD, JcIC o o o Q G O D O O o o o o o o & o o o c c o o a o o o o o a Q O o o o o o 0 o o G 0 o o o o o o o Ladies' Handkerchiefs 00 dozen of Ladies' Hem stitched Handkerchiefs, pura white, actual 5c value. To day, each Torchon Laces 1,000 ycrds of Torchon Laces from one to four inches wide; new designs, worth up to 15c. Sale price, yard Wash Gccds 800 yards of fancy Batiste, 23 inches wide, pretty designs, stripes and figures, actual 7l2s valut. Torfay, yard 5c ' iwiibbes 25 Dozen of Misses and Children's Hose elegant black, full finished, spliced heels and toes actual 2cc value, Sale Price, Pair 2ho The GO OOCCGOOOOOOOGOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ti srr.ei'k him fo he will die. " 'Uunt sir.eok ine!' he says, 'I aintl't a benr. I'm fnly a noor Dutch.' 'Dund hd fifrald." Faid the tiger. "I vund hurt you. I am a Dutch mvsel. The Telcrar-'i. The letter of Miss Merkley, whose f icture is printed above, proves beyond question that thousands of cases of inflamma tion of the ovaries and womb are annually cured by the use of Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound. "Deab Mrs. PnnniAu: Gradual loss of Btrength and nerve force told me something' was radically wrong with me. I had severe shooting pains through the pelvic organs, cramps and extreme irritation compelled me to seek medical advice. The doctor said that I bad ovarian trouble and ulcera tion, and advised an operation. I strongly objected to this and decided to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. I soon found that my judgment was correct, and that all the good tilings Baid about this medi cine were true, and day by day I felt less pain and increased appetite. The ulceration soon healed, and the other complications disappeared, and in eleven weelcs I was once more strong and vigorous and perfectly well. " My heartiest thanks are sent to you for tho great good you have done me." Since rely yours, Misa Margaret Merklet, 1575 Third St., Milwaukee, Wis. $5000 forfeit If original of aboot litttr prating gtauinwoM cannot bt proiLced. r7Trrr fa SHOE FOR WOMEN l ? I l i r ana unnaren o I 1 New Pair j if Kti Good Wear. ( y TRY 'EM. ' ew YorSi Always better for the same mcney, or the I CSS All the Ladies who have used Cream of Flowers recommend It as pure and that it whitens and softens the skin. 50c a Jar to be had only at ELVEY HU1LETT, Phone Main 1. 5 and 7 East Washington Street. 10 It jfyWK - 'I WW MM y 1.5. ' O o o c o o o o o o o e o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o c o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Ladies' Underwear 25 dozens of Ladies Vasts, sleeveless, neck and irmholai taped, actual 17. '2c value. Sale, price, each Corsets S3 dozen of Ladies lumrrtr Corsets, pure white; sizes 18 to 30. Cheap at 25c. Today, pair, 20c Towels 50 dozen cf Huck Towelc all Linen, in pur white ar ri bordered: a bargain ct 12. Special today, each it ... nosierv. Store same for less." Fat Factsf For Slim Pocketbooks. Beginning on Easter Mondayl We will offer bargains In the follow ing lines at prices wnich mean busi ness: NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. One lot Wilson Bros. J1.23 anJ J1.50 Negligee Shirts at 70c. One lot Victor Negligee Shirts. J1.25 and $1.50 valuer, at 70c. One lot D. Jones & Son Neglige Shirts, 7"c. $1.00 and $1.23 values, at 50c. HATS. One lot $1.50. $2.00 and $1.30 Crushers all go at $1.00. One lot of Fedora, values $2.00. $2.50 and $3.00. all go at $1.50. UNDERWEAR. One lot of Underwear, value 50c. at 25c. One lot of Underwear. In fancy . colors, values 30c, 75c and $1.09. a: 40c. These goods are all of exceptial value, and when sold at these pW- positively cannot be taken but k Mr excha nged. PLANK The- Hatter. IOC Oc 5. Jm