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THE AKIZONA KI2PUBLICAN, SATURDAY MOllNItfG, MAY 7, 1904.
4 ' 1 " 1 1 1 i ! In Buying a Camera TMd you ever stop to think what you what you were going to use it for? Do you want to net sonic koik( plctmes with it, or do you want to use it simplv as a. iiivanii of urttlnc riil of some ot that quantity of money you are overburJenfd with? Did you ever notice the best professional and amateur photograph r., tho kind of an out'it they use? Ever have one take -your photograph on a film in a nailery? No. The lu-st pictures are made on dry plates. We sell the Century and I'rcmo cameras and have evrr since the y were made. We make a ppe.'ialty of line outfits try to sell you something that will make you like photography. After you have used plates, if you feel that you want to use films, the new 'Film Tack" i adapted to any plate camera and is less luilky than any lilm camera made, and lull information f r e. We have p. new iix7 Pony Frenio No. 7, 'with extra fine lens, etc., one of the flnrt outfits made, regular cost al out $M, that can be bought lor less than the Manufacturer!! cost if taken at once. PINNEY & ROBINSON, Duns, Bicycles, Cameras. "'"?.,? Typewriters, Sporting Goods. 40 North Center Street. Phoenix. rOBAY IS STRAW DCvP. DAY AGAIN 8,000 oxes will sold today at 3vL- per box. be THE CRIJALVA MINES A Test or the Value of the Property Is Completed. nd machinery is beiner introduced as rni,i'!lv nH room can be maue lor it. There Is not a preat deal of exploita tion In that country, nut some very ei fcctlve work is under way. . o -( THE SUPREME COURT N. MrCarver, suporlntendc nt of opera tions of the Grijalva Coarse Gold Mines company, is in the city. This properly, of which Aaron Goldberg is presii'en, I. Goldberg manaeer, and SeHm Mlch'lson is secretary, lies twelve miles from Wick enbitrc, up the river. Mr. McOaiver ?as that trie company nas aone a jrrrat aal of work on the property without siyn? anything:, and that the property is no rradv for machinery, which will be put in shortly. He says that he believes that in no other mining region is there a prop erty on which so much work has ben done "efore the installation of machinery. There is now blocked Out more than 2,CH tons of hich grade ore. There s besides a rreat deal of ore on the dump of a verv ri''h quality. There is no waste in it a-d it wi'l be worked at a prnf t from the bearinr.inp-. The superintend uf savs he .'ncs not thinl. there has fv.r been found in the territory such a greit body of r.re of so rich a quality as has b.cn developed in the Gri.'alva. Much of 1 Is of the Fame character as the most I famous of the Cripple Creek er?. Tliei there are samples shot with gold or wlrei toe-ether with strlnprs of eoli. ( There is one peculiarity about th's property. Not less than $n0 O.XJ of p-old was taken out of it before anvone thcucht of calling it a mine. Refore the Gold brrps fot possession of it thev hid handled about .TO.OoO worth of rold n'g jets which the Mexican owners had brought In. The ore it r.f the freest kind of frae trilling' ore. Most of th eold secured In ' nn early day was obtained hv the d'y washing jroces. after the pulver zt ori of the ore. Whatever h?d b"en take'i from the property hnd been taken from the surface. There had ben absolutely nc development of the property unM' it passed into the hands of the Gr'.lalva, Gold Mines compsnv. or rather un'ni it r'f?1 into' the hans of the raem,e' of the company nine yearn apo. T""0 company itself was not Incornerated until a I'ttle mre than a year aero. " i Mr. McCarver says there i more quieM activity in the Wickenhurjr distie thn h? ever saw there before. Grat quanti ties of machinerv are peinp brought In, of which co mention has been mide. Thon-rh rot him?' has ben heard frrm the Oro Grande lately, work is going on there A Session Today To Be Given to Motions." The first of a two days' session of the territorial supreme court was held yeBter day with all the members present. The only business transacted at a brief fcs sion held in the morning was the admis sion of Elssell Thomas to practice, on a certificate from the supreme court or Ill inois. Mr. Thomas was then entered as of counsel in the case of the Gila Bend Reservoir and Irrigation company agi'nst the. Peoria Canal company which w.U b j before the court today tin a motion for a rehearing. ... It is understood that only motions will come before the court today, but theie will be another session on May 16. There has just been tiled In the court a petition bv Martin Buptreln of Coconino count v. for a writ of mandamus directing K. M. Doe, district attorney of Coconino, to institute quo warranto proceeding against C. H. McClure, R. A. Fergusjn and N. J. Cameron to appear and show bv what authority they are collecting toll oh what is known as the Brisrht Ang-d toll road, running from the top of tno Grand canyon into the Indian gardens. A similar petition was before the court at its last meeting but n demurrer to it was sustained. The petitioner was, how ever, granted permission to amend his petition or present a new one. dt Is al leged in the present petition that Mc Clure. Ferfeuson and Cameron are con ducting this toll road without complisnco with the law; that they. have never tied a p'st of the road as th lw requires: that they have made no statement of their receipts to the proper authorises as the law requires, and that they have not turned into the county treasurer of (hi countv two per cent of f.he gross receipts, It is alleged that their risht there reus upon the fact that years ago a eertificato and plat of the road were properly filed bv ionio .man who has Massed out of ex istence and that the present occupants claim ti be operating under a right that descended IroM him io them. Shoes for Every Purpose SHOES THE SHOE for men "Makes life's walk easy" and is the most popular shoe on the market today Is strictly up-to date in style, wears like iron and FITS. If you want the latest fads, wear Crossetts Just in a lot of Children's Shoes and Oxfords also new Hosiery. WE FIT SHOEvS :- Phone Main 274. co. 'Footwear Exclusively." 27-29 E. Washington Street. ' ' . . . Phoenix, A. T. For Every Member of the Family. (Not including the horse nor dog.) All the Shoes from the immense stock of the Phoqnix Shoe Co. Going at such prices the sale can not last long. Get your share or you will miss it. N. C, WILSON, Mgr. -Shoe Dept. McKEE'S CASH STORE. H. P. BRASS BATHROOM FIXTURES Towel Racks, Robe Hooks, Tooth Brush Holders. Soap Racks, Tumbler Holders, Portable Showers. D. H. Burtis, The Home Savings Bank and Trust Go. Pays 4 per cant interest on all time deposit. Accounts may be opened for one dollar or more, either In person or by 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. t t The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. AUTHORIZED CAPITAlL. JIOO.OIO. CHARLES F. AlNSWORTH, President; R. H. GREEN B. Vice Pres.; FRANK AlNSWORTH, Cashier; W. W. JONES, Asst. Cashier. DIRECTORS Charles F. Ainsworth, W. C. Foster, R. H- Greene, Frank Ainsworth, Harvey J. Lee , e A Practical Bcokkeeper Home SUdy S5.00 School Att.atfa.cr $13.00 Hee us in rginl to horthmd. Any rcler encet dci-ircd, local or distant. Way's School of Expert Shorthand. Fifth avenue and Adams ft., Phoenix. Arix. 1 OPERETTA "The Whole Year Round" Will be given at the Dorris May TtH, at 3 P. M. by a company of young people under direction of Miss Welch. - MUSIC BY INDIAN BAND. As a personal favor, Miss Kunkel, Elocutionist, from Philadelphia, Boston and Paris will give one number ADMISSION 25 CENTS Dcurgmiis lor i oaay uniy s lin k Taff. ta Silk. ir lnrhe.s wide. prxxl lustT, rcpular iri tot rt-nts t yard, l day's lrlie, yard 42 c l?ljik I'cau d Sole, L'4 inches wi 1. wear Kuariint'-cd. woven In every yard. 'Xtra heavy fiial- lly. worth J1.1T ier yard. today's price, yard cii in evei y $1.00 Silk (Jrenailines In plain or fan-y weaves, 4-' Inches wide, regular price $l.r0 per yard, day's price, yard $1.00 -hair. SS 50c 59 59 59 59 59 59 59 I'Uck and lilue dotted Mohair. Inches lr!, rcRtilar prd e 7S rents r yard. tolay's Drier, yard 1'i-rcale In ilark grounds, neatly fig ured. 22 Inches wid?, regular Mi cent quality. . , tolay'n lircfi yard "rnured llatifte In HKht colorr., reg ular price K 1-3 cents er yard, today's prie, yard Hlid color Iiwn in pink. blup. red, yel low and hr' ttii. refttilar price 1 ( ts. pi r yard to day's price, yard t'olored Uwim in plain weaves, neatly figured, cmt iualiiy. to day's price, yard fine Whit-- Dimity, 27 inches wide. In tripes or checks, sold for 1.1 cents per yard, today's price, yard 1ne White Swis. 40 inches wide, very aheer, worth '2T cents r per yard, today's price, yard Cheviot in light or dark colors, doiihl. 8Kc dorr., reg- 6c e. red, yel- VAC or corded regular l. 8c 10c 59 59 59 59 59 59 59 1 5c (, double idth. writh IB 1-2 cuts I J I y per yard, l.wl.iy's I prl.e. yard 1 "J ide, n 1- SOc Chatnliray.all colors. Inches w id ways yolil f..r 1- 1-2 kt yard, today's price, yard Fan. y Cretonne, 27 Inches w !.!. heavy twill, worth ID rents per yard, today's price, yard For Today Oily All our $25.00 Men's Suits, for today only - - - - - - All our $20.00 Men's Suits, for today only - - - - - - All ou$i8.5o Men's suits, for today only - - - - - All our $15.00 Me'ns Suits, for today only - - - - - All our $12.50 Men's Suits, for today only - All our $10.00 Men's Suits, for today only - - - - Men's Khaki Pants, all sizes, for today only, pair - - - Men's Flannel Pants in neat patterns, worth $3.50 pair, today's price only, pair - - - $20.0' $!6.50 $85.00 $11.50 $9.00 llu k tow. Is, m inches wide. 3rt inches hnr. hemmed, colored Ixirdeis. worth cents per pair, today's price, cat h F, VI O L II 3Kc U U DIL 1D)VU;C5 U WW $7.95 . $1.25 $2.90 000 STOiE OOO Eed Spreads, full size, hemmed, already for us, assorted patterns, Q worth $1.00 each, today's lllJ I prige, each Ladies' Black Hose with white feet, full finish, worth 20 cents I J 1 -per pair, today's price I r - per pair ' 2 V Misses' Lace Hose, all sizes, new de signs, worth 35 cents per O P pair, today's price, I l per pair Ladies Sleeveless Vests taped neck and arms, regular price f 12 1-2 cents each, today's I 1 1 price, each". "V Ladies' Knit Drawers, lace trimmed, worth 25 cents per pair, 4 f today's price, 11 per pair Ladies' Knit Drawers, wide lace trim ming, worth 35 cents per W pair, today's price P per pair ; ; ." Ladies' Union Suits, short sleeve and knee length, worth 35 O CT cents each, today's price ' T P each UcFV Ladies' Ecru Union Suits, sleeveless, knee length, worth 50 P cents each, today's 1 T 1 price, each v J V SHOES. Men's Vici and Colt skin shoes, seal . top, plain or cap toe, good single sole, worth $3.00 per , tf J P pair, today's price per pair ?bmmlJ Men's Vici Kid shoes, single sole, cap toe, worth $2.00 per' f Jk pj pair, today's price, I per pair V T A complete new line of W. L. Douglass shoes and Oxfords in all the new leathers and up-to-date & P xbJ.DU Ladies' Hand Turned Oxfords Kid cr Stock top, very soft and comfortable, worth $2.00 per pair, to f p f Ladies' Kid Oxfords, Kid top, French Heel. worth $2.50 per fl O f f s.r.?..!'. pe.r.. U U IS t