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TTIE ARIZONA KEI'tTBLICAS, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 19, . 1904 MONDAY MORNING MAY 16th FOR 2 WEEKS DRINKING CUSSES PER. SET OF SIX DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE Ye have two tops to fit these glasses fo that these glasses may be used for jelly glasses; at 15c per dozen extra, if you want them. This is an opportunity never 'afforded before in Phoenix. Come while they last. - Big Palm Leaf Fans free at David son's Cash Store. Hammocks! Hammocks! Hammocks! Big line of Beauties at Bargain prices. Insurance Gasoline Stoves absolutely safe. Turn the most mischelvous boy loose with a box of matches on an Insurance Gasoline Stove and you couldn't figure out an accident. Prices from 511.00 to 132.50. ... Standard Wiekless Blue Flame Oi! Steves, Kool, Klean and Konveinanl; abselirtely Safe at prices fronr $9.85 to 823.00. Meere's Steel Ranges, absestos lined, toiler rivetted, big ovens, quick bakers, 4wel savers. In thirty-four patterns from 120.00 to $67.50. Wender ice .criam freezers, tents, camping outfits, guns, cutlery and am ir"jnitien. hardware, glassware station ary and thousands of useful things. Cheap at Davidson's Cash Store Telephone Red 363 Reading or WorKing WK&lW7. x tnua usy i t.y .rtilU-ial light brings forth all l'Jik 5ns t-ye- defetts The person of approaching "eye fail ure u&t (usually about forty) will first, notice something wrong when engaged in night reading, or other ocular -work by artificial light. Bringing more light to bear upon the subject, ne fodd finds that the light needed is a pair of j;ood glasses properly adjusted. This is 'where we come in with the light of our optical knowledge. Let us help you to good, easy, rest ful vision. 'MLWMi Wj&i OPTICIAN PHOENIX You Must Try Our Soda We can't tell you how delicious our soda water is; you must try It for yourself. But it is Just as good as we know how to make it or as anybody else knows how to make it. We have studied the soda question thoroughly and have put into practice all that we have learned. One of the most important soda truths that we fully appreciate is that the making of perfect soda . requires perfect material nothing less than the very best. This reduces profit, of course, but profit is not everything. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington and Center St. Phoenix, A. T. A GREU OFFER "THE READER" A tint-class three-dollar a-jcar MAGAZINE anil any two.fl.V) Itnoka $3.75 For particulars ice THE PHOENIX FOR ONLY Stationery & News Co. 10 tad 12 W. Washington St. Tel. Main 297. f. .-Smile copies ci The Header ior the Of LocalY Interest. THE WEA1 H r.R Local Dally Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today: Fair; cooler. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: Tempera rare Departure Departure Since aince 1st ol Month Jan. X, 1904 JfXAN MOBMAL 82 75 -75 -4 256 Maximum temperature 99. minimum temperature 64. Aveiage relative humidity 17 per cent.: otal precipitation, 0. Character of the day Clear. M. E. BLYSTOXE. Section Director. LAY DELEGATES. Hon. Isaac T. Stoddard and Dr. AVm. Duffleld left for Los Angeles last evening for .a few days' attendance upon the Methodist conference. NEIGHBORHOOD PRAYER MEET INGS. There will be prayer meetings in connection with the gospel meetings this morning at 9 o'clock at Mrs. E. i,. Rickerson's South First avenue, led by Rev. J. A. Elliott, at Mr. L. D. Coggins, south seventh street, led by Rev. Geo. VY. Shoafor and at the Baptist parson-' ag 91S East Van Burcn street, led by Rev. Lewis Ilalsey. Neighbors and friends are invited. . DEATH OF PETER MU RTON. Peter Murcon. a your-g Englishman, lied at Morristown on May 1C. lie had been in ill health for a long time and had traveled extensively. He and his brother, James II. Murton, came to this country from Lancashire and lived for sometime in Brit ish Columbia. They came to this part of the coutnry about a year ago and settled near Morristown where James H, Murtcn went into the mining busi ness. Mr. Murton's health impiovej for time but there came a relapse from which he never recovered. Mr. Murton was thirty-one years of ae and enjoyed the respect of all with whom he was brought into contact. The funeral which took place at Morristown was under the direction of Messrs. II. X. Cox and J. E. Morris. A MERE ONLOOKER. Hon. Steve Roomer, democratic member of the as sembly from Cochise county, arrived in the city yesterday from Benson. Mr. Roomer left this morning forPrescott. He will return south in time to te at Tucson nrxt Monday and watch the an tics in the Hearst territorial conven tion. Mr. Roemer along with many other of the old time war horses of the democratic party, if he sees the conven tion at all he will see it from an ex treme rear point of view. In the ex citement of the moment at the Cochise county convention no seats were re served for such democrats as Mr. Roemer and Hon. B. A. Packard and many others. POSSIBLE HOLD UP PREVENTED Bow a DranKen Maa Kept People Busy Tuesday Night. Ed Boyd was sentenced yesterday by the city recorder, to thirty days in jail, the charge against him being vagran cy, and George Foster was sentenced to ten days in jail for drunkenness and disorderly conduct. Thereby hangs the tale of how the Casino saloon- va3 net held, up Tuesday night ar.d the games robbed of their bank rolls. Tuesday morning S. D. 'Woolsey, R. L. Morgan and R. E. Crouse came down from Fort Apache where Mr Morgan Is employed as clerk and Mr. Woolsey as farmer, though he was for merly chief of police at the agency. Mr. Crouse is a son of C W. Crouse the agent, and a former resident cf Phoenix. They came down, it is un derstood, to buy some horses for the government, and will be here a few days. On the train Mr. Woolsey fcrmed the acquaintance of the two men who now give the names of Geo. Foster and Ed. Boyd. Foster intimat ed to Woolsey that himself and pa;t ner were contemplating the holding up tf a saloon in Phoenix and later in ferred that they would like to hav- a little help. Woolsey was asked if it really came to a show down whether he thought he could kill a man or not. Mr. Woclsey did :sot know whether the conversation was being carried on in earnest or not but Tuesday evening he met Foster in the Casino saloon wher their acquaintance was a little further strengthened and Foster finally asked hiin to go with him for a walk around totfn. Before finally consenting to do so Woolsey found an opportunity t- BARGAINS IN Second Hand Typewriters. ALL MAKES. For Cash or on Time. The H. H. McNeil Go Phoenix, Ariz. talk to V. M. Mayers, one of the pro prietors. of the Silicon. .and related Jo him what bad transpired. He left a. sum of money with Mr. I.Iayer3 f-ir safe keeping and said he was going to play the string cut a littl to Foster and see what there might be irt the plan. He asked Mr. Mayers for a gun but it was not l:ancd to him as he was a stranger and Mr. Mayers did not know whether he was a proper man to arm or not. During the time spent in the saloon Boyd came in and attached himself to the party sufficiently to at tract ntt-ntkn. Foster and Woolsey then went away together, the polite v ere :iotiiied and the employes cf lh" Casino pippared themselves to be "at home" to anybody that might show u; bfhind light artillery. The police at cr.-ve began t h;iunt the place. Boyd was watched und hip conduct boing suspicious he was taken into custody. He told the officers he came from Needles to Presecut and rpent carnival week in jail there on a vagrancy charge. He was a bricklayer ami (K.i not .understand why his general an pcaiance should be s; suspicious as he had broken no lawj He thought it was pretty hard to have to move on from Prescott for his health and I arrested again within five hours after the next step. He inferred that the oHiccrs in this count! y doVt give a man a chance to catch his breath between jumps ex cept he sucks it in through narrrd windows. Foster piloted Woolsey toward the Redlight district ar.d being pretty drur.k he Insisted cn trading hats with Woclsey in which he was humored rather than to make tiouble and short ly after he disappeared up the railroad track. Woolsey then came back to town net wishing to follow the man up a dark street alone and unarmed. T"ie police in the meantime were looking for Woolsey and Foster. Their pur pese was to arrest the former and pre vent a hold-up if such in r.-aiity was being planned. All this was tr.msr. ir- ing about midnight and after and lat-er Woolsey came back to the Casino wearing Fosier's hat but icpoi tir.g that he had lost its owner. Shortly befcie six-c'olock Foster ap peared on Washington street at the corner of Center and being then quite drunk and making a disturbance ht was ai rested hy Officer Moore. Officii Earnett and Woolsey followed them tc the jail and stood outside while Ofd cer Moore was searching Foster. Fi nally they stepped insido and Mr. Ear nett asked Foster where he got th-i hat. fcr he was wearing an un.-ighCy headpiece that hobedy ever saw be fore. At the same moment Foster saw his own li.u on Woolsey's head ar.d made a grab for it. It w.ta with some difficulty at that juncture, that the po lice kept Mr. Wco'.sey from squaring the night with Fo?ter by citing him up. He war the only loser in the night's adventure and had to get a new hat yesterday. There is a growing belief that the hold-up seaie wes r.nly the idle talk of Foster who was the worse for liquc r, but the subject seemed to be on his mind before ho got to town and after ward. But if lie really is a h:ld-up artist his engagement here will ha ve to be cancelled fcr ho has queered him self. .Money to loan. Hates reasonable. State amount wanted and security. Ad dress box 14 Citv. M. Fountain, teacher of mandolin, guitar, violin and all instruments. Studio at Fountain Music store. 21 J East Washington st. Bring your prescriptions to Dowd drug store, Opera house block. TRADE TOPICS i The shrewdest buyers in Phoenix ' patronize Dowd's drug store, Opera.1 house block. i Hair! Combs! Pompadors, Switches, Lateat styles, Halrdres-lnj, Manicur ing. Mrs. Aylwin'a Parjore, 11 8. Cen ter. upstaJra. Wcaien and girls who have been un fortunate and are lu need cf a hom and friends can find them by address ing Crlttenton Home, Highland addi tion. Phoenix. Arlzoi The "shrewdest buyers in Thoenix patronize Dowd's, the little drug store with the little prices. Opera house block. GOOD TIME TO EUY. furniture, crockery and general house furnishings while the liquidation sale is going on at Richmond-Day company's store. THROUGH PULLMAN TO CHICAGO. Our next through sleeper for Chicago leaves morning of June L'i'd. L. II. LiANDlS, General Agent. HORSES WANTED. Will bo at Ambrose corral. Phoenix until May 2L to buy woik horse and mare from 4 to S years old; must be fat. R. O. Nichelson. :. . ' was THE PROPER STYLES in shirts and collars are constantly changing. The styles of a month ago are not the styles of today. No use in being behind the times. This cry latest styles arc always ready here. We- havr them just as soon as they make their appearance. Only the best in quality. Only the lowest possible prices. The McDougall & Gassou Co. 12 W. Washington itrt OUTING SUITS. HI m MAKERS rttVyoRK Correct Clothes for Men Our Outing Suits are 11 made from light weight fabrics and finished in the lightest possible manner which will insure durability and leave foundation ou which to keep our shape retaining construction. Our coats are made in half or quar ter length in f,ilk. The trn-isers of top design and all are provided with belt loops. They may be had with or without cuff bottoms. Our famous EFF-EFF and ALFRED BENJA MIN Outing Suits, $10.C0 to $25.00. O Her styles SPRING AND SUMMER, $15.00 and f 30.00. "THE HUB" WMEELS RENTES AMD REPAIRED. Don't Walk Ride a bike this hot weath er. We have nil hinds new and second-hand. The Phoenix Cycle Co., Phone Red 524. Half BlocK West of the Adam. Fiflald & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS JlJiO SiiPEBiSTEHDEXTS K"tlmtt" Kuril lsliCd f.oom 11 12-1 O'Neill Building Y. O. Box S7 Phoenix, Arliora. Joe Flfleld Oeo. H. Qallagher. Look Into These Two Special BARGAINS An entire block of 12-50x137;, '2 feet lots within six blocks of Washington and Center streets for $2500 if taken at once. This is like giving them away but they must be sold. $1,000 buys a four-room house with frame kitchen, bath screen. M ' porch and porch all the way n around the "-house with two 50 ft. lots; nice lawn, shade and city water. The house alone is worth $1500. Investigate. U Latham & Go Real Estate, Insurance, Loans 44 North Center Street. 'Phrne Maia 220. 32S GRISWOLD, Bicvcle Ma la Arizona agent for the Rncycle, the bet and easiest riding'' wheel on.eartb. Keeps the largest stock of Tires and Bundriea. Most complete repair ahop In Uia cltj. Nc- 7 and 9 8. First ayeau. I V mm--Mmmm i : ted- n . - H h Grade 'Bic We have been in this business in Phoenix for the past nine years and during that time have tried every hiake of tire on the market. After experimenting with them all, we have settled on THE FISK as the best and most J arable tire made. They cost no more than other makes but are far ahead in wearing qualities. -Don't be talked into paying the same or more for an inferior tire. We are agents for Arizona E. L. ANDREWS SON. liodaKs. Sporting Goods. Bicycles. adses' Silk Shirt They are just the thing for going away. The designs and materials are beyond description. You will have to see theni to appreciate them. Our line of Tailor-Made Suits are all in now. Those intending to buy these suits before' going away, come EARLY and get FIRST CHOICE. Remeinbar, we guarantee to fit every garment that leaves our. store. STEIN'S MILLINERY. N0W Is the time 16 bry a fine home at a reasonable price. I HAVE several good residences with one, two and one-half, three, five or ten acres of well 1m proved land to each place, and some of them are exceptional bar gains. . I BELIEVE I have the best bargain in the valley on a 40 or GO acre Improved ranch or 80 to 600 acres of unimproved land. YOU CAN not miss it if you purchase any of the above places at the price they can be secured for now. MOrtEY to loan on first class real estate secur ity. .. . IT WILL i - - - 'pay you to call on- me before purchas- lng elsewhere. . " 1C0 acres cf good land under Buckeye ' canal f.O acres in cultivation, including' 4i) inches of water, t-',400. 41 West Adams Street j Opposite Board of Trade. I 1 Easterling& Whitney Undertakers Successors to jj A. J. BRADLEY. 210.W. Washington St. Phona Main 84. Lady attendant. , . N. PORTER, Saddle and Harness Co. 112 EAST WASHINGTON. For our make of Arizona Styles .cf Saddles, Bridles, Bits and Spurs. Prompt attention to mail order. 118 N. Center St. Tel. Wain 791. Mohn & Dorris, CndertaKen and Embalm. - LADT ATTENDANT.- JE. A, Spauidiog l i VI.? 9,1 y V 4 J-., We -Specialize "1 yw.. fr1!.?." Jt! C.TT SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE SECOND AND WASHINGTON STS. , 'Phone 2281. COOLERS J XOE OS EAM FREEZE RS Ml THE STRONGEST SURETY SURETY BONDS. Fidelity and Deposit Co. of Maryland IF YOU WANT A BOND As United States, State County or Municipal Official; -Officer of a Fraternal Society; Employee of a Bank, Corporation, (Mercantile Estab lishment, Executor, Trustee, Guardian, Administrator, Receiver, As signee, in Replevin, Appeal or Attachment Cases; as Contractor, or for any other purpose. We will furnish it. E. J. BENNITTw 16 NORTH CENTER STREET. LOOK AT THIS 40 ACRES OF LAND t$h miles west of GLENDALH, at . : $15.0 0 PER ACRE rnest Real Estate, Loans and Insurance " 'OPPOSITE lA.lft S Sfmnti Air Phone M.in SO coubt house. a--ivj o. oeconu Avet mok.Mi.. A A AJL- V -k JL-rf O H P ft Capital, $100,000. JAS. NEVLANDS, JR PRESIDENT. E. J. BEN N ITT, VICE PRESIDENT. W. D. FULWILER, SECOND VICE PRESIDENT. ; LLOYD B. CHRISTY, CASHIER. ' ' General banking business transacted. Exchange Issued oa all Important cities of the world. DIRECTORS Jas. New!andsJr E. J. Bennitt, J. C. Kirkpatrick, J. C. Wasson, Jos. S. Fifield, Lloyd B. Christy, Ezra .W. Thayer. V -, Capital, $100,000.00 Ample Facllitiet. Courteous Treatment to All. We Solicit Your Banting Business. The National Bank of Arizona. Emll Gnz, Prcciilent. 8. Oberleldtr, Cathler. Oct One of Out- ifi ycle Tires Waist Suits TAILORING. TALBOT & HUBBARD'S HARDWARE STORE CELERY NERVE TONIC To be Had only at the FOUNTAIN of the Brisley Drug Company Hotel Adams tmimxa aar wn twn iaae COMPANY IN THE WORLD. SALE MUST WE MADE AT ONCE Walker, JL - 1 . 1 IV H O K N I X Surplus, $25,000. ES3C Surprus, $50,000.00 J Pol. Lewi, Vlce-Prenldent. J. J. Bweency, Ass't. Cashier. Llttlo Homo Safes.