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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN", THURSDAY MORNING JUJSTC 1C, 1904
5 NEW BOOKS JUST RECEIVED. "THE YOKE." by Elizabeth Miller. THE COST" by David Graham Phillips. "THE CASTAWAY," by Hallie Er minie Rives. "IN THE BISHOP'S CARRIAGE," by Miriam Michelson. , "THE GRAFTERS," by Francis Lynde. More $1.50 Books now 75c each. "UNDER THE ROSE," by Frederic S. Isham. "THE PUPPET CROWN," by Harold Macgrath. "WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN FLOWER. "DAVID HARUM," by Edward Noyes Wescott. These are only a few of the new books and bargains we have to offer in the book line. Look at our First street window. The Berry hill Co. Cor. Waihinrfton and First Sis. for serving you with the beat the market affords in eatables are unsurpassed. Our cold Btor age department is fitted with all the latest appliances for pre serving meat and vegetables. A trial will convince you that we are headquarters ' for GOOD THINGS TO EAT. S.J.TRIBOLET, II0-II6 E. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE MAIN 61. J and wear PAJAMAS PLANK, the Hatter FLEMING BLOCK To Take to Friends In the Cast. Souvenirs of Arizona Handsomely 'Designed Cop per Spoons and some-, new Paper Cutters. Arizona ranks third in the production of copper. GEO. II. COOK, Jeweler - 134 W. Washington St Service After a. snort period of a oeing snortnanaea, we f. are now again in position to give you the usual quick and prompt service for which we arc noted. Look for- the white wagons. I Arizona Laundry. raoat nam av. tor. Aoaoi tt aa 01. Hotel WeatHerford FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ. The best equipped and most up-to-date hotel in northern Arizona. Rates per day $2.30 and $3.00. Special rates made to parties stopping by the -week 'or month. J. W. Weatherford. prop. LdUICS AUti.mU.li Original and Only Cenain French Tansy Wafers. For i ala by leading Drmfrflsts. $2 per box. Accept enly good put up in yellow wrapper with Crewn trad marK. new r rvid . , . . Wholesale S Retail- PHOENIX. ARIZ. H Bragg tu wrui iaiBB Our I acHities cat m . LOCAL III INTEREST TO SPEND THE SUMMER Doctor and Mrs. O. AV. Vickers left on this morning's Santa Ke train, the former to spend the summer in the east, the doc tor going with her as far as Ash Fork. BuARD OF GOVERNORS A special meeting of the board of governors of the Salt River Valley Water Users as sociation, will be held next Saturday at the association offices, at 11 o'clock. HARTWELL-SCOTT Mr. Byron j. Hartwell and Miss Nellie Scott were married last night by Justice Burnett. The ceremony was performed at the rooms of Mr. and Mrs. Jock Blinkcorn, in the Cotten building in the presence of a few fxiends.. Both the bride and groom are well known in Phoenix where they have lived for many years. The . bride is the daughter of Mr. an J Mrs. H. B. Scott and is active in musi cal affairs. ANOTHER GOOD PERORMANCE For the third time the Spooner com pany presented last night at Eastlaki park, "Ben Bolt the Saiior," and to a very well, pleased audience. Tfca Urns between the acts was devoted to illus trated songs and specialty numbers, making altogether a most ensansingr programme. The company ia rapidly earning the confidence of the amuse ment loving public, and its opening bill has been a most satisfactory one. To night there will be a, change of pro gramme when "Nell Gywnne" will b presented, and there will undoubtedly be a large attendance. SUMMER EXCHANGE The Coron ado Tent City Daily News is again numbered among The Republican's ex changes. It is a summer paper and is now beginning its Fifth volume. It Us a pleasing little paper for the Tent City folk and their friends elsewhere who have to content themselves by reading about them. It is devoted to beach news, beach gossip, and amusement'an nouncements, with particular attention to personals of the goers and comer.. One of the most pleasing features of the paper is that it publishes absolutely no war news and there isn't a Chines?, Japanese or Russian name in it. ARIZONA TEACHERS The Terri torial board of examiners has issued territorial certificates to the following applicants who passed the examira tion held on June 6 and 7: v First graie certificates were issued to J. F. Nash and J. N. Heywood. of Graham county, and G. C. Woodson, of Yuma county; second grade certificates were issued to Naomi Freeman. F.lla Farr, Luella Udall. and Orpha Gibbons, of Apache county, Adeline Gung'l and 'Helen F. Gung'l. of Gila county, Sophie E. Shir ley, Ettie Lee, Ruth Garrett, Rosa Whitmer, Etta Snf decor, W. C. Myers, J. i. Pace and James A. Duke, of G:a. ham county, Anna Pendleton, Edith Thcmrn, Jane Mather, Pearl Wills, Dcrothy Reasor anc'i Jessie P. Gibb, of Maricopa county, Alvenia Savage, of Navajo county, Adeline II. Stallari and Mary B. Barrett ef Pima county. Amy Carpenter, of Pinal county, Gertrude Thompson, of Yavapai county. The first 'grade certificates of Miss Kate L. Reilly, of Ccchi.se county, was re newed for a period of four years from September 8, 1904. Miss Ida Warren, of MJicopa county, was recommended to the territorial board of education for an Arizona life diploma. POLICE COURT In police court yesterday were made public the de tails of an impromptu gathering iH the south part of town the night before,' in which blood, taars and beer were shed copiously but to small purpose. Mar shal Kinney and Officer Barnett had been summoned- to the .Redlight saloon to intercept Maria Brechtel who was circulating in that vicinity, vowing she wculd have a pitcher of beer or tnere would be trouble. They failed to find her at first so the marshal- conducted a reconnoisance around the Columbus saloon white Officer Barnett went up the alley expecting to effect a juncture with his chief in the rear of the Co lumbus. He found Maria en rcute and towed her on up toward the "juncture" which he had no trouble in locating as it was composed mainly of two Mex ican women who were engaged in a light when the marshal mixed it with them. Mr. Barnett dropped Maria to help the chief and after the hostilities were over the bunch was washed up and landed In jail. Here the two Mex ican women spent the night trying to tear down the partition between their cells so they could finish the fight. They were unsuccessful and by morn inc had buried the hatchet. Each was fined five dollars. Another case was that of John Doe and Richard Roe who were fined seven dollars each. They spent the greater part of Tuesday night trying to get into a fight with pi j MAJjlp j each other in the alley between the Hoffman and Washington- street. Quite- a crowd collected but as there was nothing doing it melted away again. Later h the two men had an- nthpr drink tni'Pl hpr flnriner the course ' oC which they managed to renew their ill feeling sufficiently for a few blows to passF each man making a landing. THE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCY Strong Sentiment That It Should be Offered to Prof. Cole. Whatever the outcome of the trouble in which Prof. McDonnold finds himself it is generally assumed by the people of Phoenix, that he will not preside over the city schools during Ihe coming school year. That immediately prompts inquiry as to who will be his successor in office. There is no doubt that there will be plenty of applications, for the position is a much better one than that held by the average school teacher, and tho world is ull of good school teachers anxious to better their condition. The expressions generally made by patrons of the Phoenix schools show c ' strong sentiment in favor of ten-' derlng the superintendency to Pry-; feasor J. C. Cole, whose years of wor'Ci in the Phoenix schools ar his best r- : commendation. His exceptional abil- ity as an educator has been fully de monstrated by a record of successful work with the very children that would still be under his cart? as euperintend ent and his popularity with the' pupils as well as their parents is a strong ar gument in his favor. ' . Harmony is as sential to successful nchool work and an instructor who has retained the respect of his pupils year after yea.- and who has given satisfaction to those most interested In. their welfare, is us ually the safestt man in whom to con tinue the trust. Prof. Cole has direct ed the instruction of many -of the Phoe nix children firom the lowest grades to the threshold of the hisjfa school and ha prosecuted his work- with the modesty and dignity that commands him tft tho regard of all. On behalf of Professor Cole it stated that he is not an applicant for the superintendency of the Phoenix schools, it beins- understood that tlv same position at Tempe awaits him. The superintendency of the Temtw schools rs also a position of great truxt and honor. Moreover. Mr. Cole's strong sense of fairness would not per mit him to accept the Phoenix schools at suctf a late date as to deprive Temp? of an opportunity to fill the vacancy there acceptably. But it is reasonable to suppose that if the Phoenij board would act promptly in employing hint an amicable understanding could ba reached all around. On this point, however, there is said to be a complica tion. Mr. W. H. Robinson, who is still nominally a member of the board, al though it is understood he is not like ly to leturn here to live, has, it is Raid, reuuePted that no action be taken until fall in filling the office of superintend ent. If the board accedes to this re cuest it will, of course, make it impos sible to secure Professor Cole'd ser vices. Judging fro;n the comments heard on the streets, nothing that has appeared in The Republican in a long time struck such a responsive chord as the sug gestion made editorially the other day that too often a mistake is made in go ing away from home for talent for the public schools. It would be impossi ble, of course, to get the patrons of thf schools to decide unanimously in favor of anybody, but there is certainly aa overwhelming sentiment in favor of tlia employment of Professor Cole. o Now is the time to have your piano tuned and regulated for the summer. S. W. Hamilton Professional Tuner. Orders left at Redwell's or Fountain music store will receive his prompt at tention. ! PERSONAL. I tin 1 1 i"t ni t it i.tj-.u 1,1,1,11 mT Prof, and Mrs. W. J. Anderson, with their family, left on the northbound train this morning for Prceott. They will return in September. Thoss registering at the Commercial hotel yesterday were: W. B. St?vens, Prescott; John Kahlow, F. J. Shecdl'j, Escanaba, Mich.; Jno. H. Hill, Duluth; P. F. Henebry, Denver; A. J. Ofcer miller. Present: Mrs. Skelton and Miss Butke, Queen Creek, Aiiz. Those registering at the Hotel Ad ams yesterday were: F. C. Brady, De troit; Chae. II. Peck, Tucson. Ariz.; K. X. Dickinson, John Grevy, Chicago; C. K. Nicolls, Denver; Z. O. Stocker, Guiy- THE kind of Syrup to call for when you want to please tho palate and humor tha , health. Puts snap into Hot Cakes. Pnclf 'c Coast Syrup Co. Sen Frtnclsc o -J : :i 5 .I Port a f Seattle to :pope?'. Correct Clothes for Men RASTERS of the craft in New York put a!! their cleverness into ALFRED BENJAMIN jf & cos Clothes. Every garment copyright 1903, a. b. & Co. that leaves their hands is a work of art a master piece of its kind. This label jfipd Benjamin &( 1 MAKERS NEWYORK I stands for superb style, faultless fit, flawless fabric, and wonderful workmanship. Equal to fine custom-made tn All but price. The makers' guarantee, and 1 ours, with every garment. We are Exclusive Distributors in this city. THE HUB. Phoenix, Arizona. mas, Sonora.; Ji. I. Schutte, Milwaukee; 3d. J. Grammont, Sam Kirs'.ie, Joe Is rael. 3. 3tf. Whited, San Francisco: A. J3owki, New York City; H. L. Sar mati, S?t. Louts. Mrs. J. F. Sluiray and Mis. Wra, Jen kins, of Wir-slovr, anived in the city yesterday anil registered at the Fcpd hotel. The following? passengers left this mernlhg by the Santj' Fe: Mrs. Frank Shi! ley, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adams, Lyd Ja gtiang, Frank Strang, Addie F. Khapley, Jno. McDougal. Karl W. Hill. Mrs. II. J. Hill, T. J. Hilt. Mrs. L. Y. Collins, Oeorge W. Vickers. Mrs. F. A. Hartwell.. F.ert Hartwell. Misi Yi'inifrcd Smith, Ml.-s LaChanee, J. M. Claypool, Fred MeGinnis and W. C. McDonald-for Chicago; Mrs. Lillian Hull rlyitone. Miss Ksther Hull for Springfield, 111.: . Mi. Chrlotte Brown, Mildred Brown for Superior. Wis.; Geo. II. McFall. Dr. J. M. Ford, W". C. Humphries, J. M. Rain. A. G. Abel, A. J. Alexander, J. J. Kraaor, R. M. Alford for St. Louis: C. F." Snider for F.ankliif. Neb.: A. Crouse and wife for Okla homa City, Okla.; Mrs. M. H. Sharp, P. G. DcUma for Los Angeles; Mrs. J. M Gray, Bessie Gray for Santa Barbara; Mrs. Cor.ley, Miss Valentine Vercurben for Denver. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. WMiams have taken the D. D. Homing residence at 411 West Monroe street. . o "USE HYOMEI AT OUR RISK." H. Goodman VVi'l Pay for HYOMEI Treatment if it Fails to Cure Catarrh. So pronounced has been the relief and cures, following the use of Hyo mei in catarrhal troubles, that in nearly every city and village all over this country tho leading druggists have advertised that they would pay for 'Hyomei themselves if it did not effect a cure. In this city, H. Goodman has publicly announced in the The Re publican and other papers, "Use Hyct' mei at my risk." The result has been an enormous demand for the Hyomei outfits, and many unusual cures have, been made. The fact that Hyomei is so conven ient .ind complete and that it cures by iherely breathing and not by drug ging the stomach, no doubt has had considerable influence in creating con fidence in the treatment. When Hyo mei is used, every particle of air that enters the head and throat and goes to the lungs, is charged with healing balsams that kill the germs of catarrh and soothe and heal the irritated mu cous membrane. H. Goodman urges all who are sub ject to catarrh or catarrhal colds to get a Hyomei outft from him and use it at his risk. No matter how skeptical you may be, you cannot dispute the fairness of this offer. Use Hyomei for a month. If, at the end of thirty days. you can say to H. Goodman "It did not hel" he wilWrefund your money with out question or argument. This is his way of removing all doubts as to thi power of Hyomei to cure catarrhal troubles. He believes it the strongest evidence that can be offered to the curative powers of Hyomei.' MEXICAN LYNCHED Unknown Man Hanged Near Jerome. Body Riddled With Ballets. Tuesday morning on the trail hetween Jerome and Iron King, one of F.cnator Clark's mines near Jerome, J. H. Lee found a Mexican who had been hung to a tree, and then shot full of holes, says the Prescott Herald. He might have been shot first and hung afterwards, but he had been given both treatments. Word, was sent to the sheriff's oflice here about noon of the occurrence. What caused the outrage or who the man was has not yet bee.i learned. The sheriff is giving the matter his personal attention a', the. present time, Remember that The Republican's clubbing offers still include Success, Thrice a Week New York World and The New York Tribune Farmer. Iron. Springs can now boast of a first class grocery store, Mr. PiUton having shipped in a straight car of high grade groceries can sell for less than they can be laid dowh by local freight For correct prescription worls try Dowd'S the little drug tore with the little prices. Opera hous black. Parties desiring hotel or apartments lions" accomodations in IjO Angfcles: or at any of the haunch reports during ihe summci-, will find it to their inter est before coming, to coiwwiunicute with Green & Underwood! agents?, o30 ani Bradbury building, Los Angeles, Cal Running a lawn mower is a good physical culture pmcriptioii for a "wo man, but the neighbors abute her hus band if he lets hep try' it. Atchison o o o o o o o o o o o o Read this Ladies' Oxfords LADIES PATENT TIP OXFORDS Turn sole, light weight, military heel; sizes 2 1-2 to 8; further comment unnecessary; sale price, pair . $1.00 50 Pieces of Cotton dots ane strides Underwear for LADIES' WHITE RICHELIEU RIBBED VESTS Sleeveless, neck and armholes taped ; plain or lace trimmed : beautifully fin ished; a splendid garment at 20c; special, each 2l-2c 1,200 YARDS OF HAMBURG EMBROIDERY, Edgings, and Insertions, in a large variety of new designs, cheap at 10c Today, yard, V White Goods 500 YARDS OF WHITE INDIA LIN EN and Persian Lawns, nice, sheer quality, 32 inches wide, regular - price 20c. Sale price today, yard o o "The World's Fair Route." Summer excursions St. Louis and return $57.90 Chicago and return either direct banta Fe or via St. Louis $63.60 Limit of above tickets 90 days from dates of sale, which are Tune 15162223 July 12781314 Dates for months beyond to be announced later. Coast Specials via. "THE OILED ROUTE." One night out to either Los Angeles or San Francisco. The only "ona nigrht" . line to Frisco. We 'give you choice of routes. Either via Loa Angeles, or through the beautiful San Joaquin Valley. San Francisco and return $45.45 Loa Anseles, San Dieso, Coronado Santa Barbara and Southern Calif, resorts .$25.93 Tickets on sale Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday of each week. Limit Nov. SOtlK . ' " Thronfjh Pullman to St. Louis June 13 ud to Chicago June 16. Iv. H. Landis, . Gen'l Agt: ad, every word of it FIFTY DOZEN OF LADIES' SUMMER CORSETS Made of strong net, well boned; all sizes; for one day, pair Challies, in a large variety of Todav. vard ..' Women 100 DOZEN OF CHILDREN'S AND MISSES "BLACK CAT STOCK INGS'' They -have triple knees, heels and toes, sizes Gji to 10, actual 20c value Special today, pair Shirting Cheviots 25 PIECES' OF SHIRTING CHEVI OTS, a good, strong and soft quality, dark, grounds only. Sale price, today yard 9c i A trial will convince you that ' J 1 Be ENGLISH KITCHEN ! 4. is the coolest snd cleanest place to eat. Private dining room in con J nection. Picnic lunches put up on short notice.. Commutation tickets J $4.50. 25 and 27 North First street. . Tom's American KitcHeti Formerly of English Kitchen. Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private rooms and family style when desired.. Tom does all his own pastry. For a good dinner on special occasions or. at ordinary times come to Tom's new American Kitchen. 207 North Center Street, Phoenix. Arizona. STANDARD IRON WORKS, Phoenix, Ariz. Engines, Boilers, Pumps, SHafting, Pulleys, IaV I C ,t. .x. J., TTi l j -i " Foundry and MACHINE WORKS. KUNZ BROS. & MESSENGER. All kinds of Machinery built and repaired. Vv'e have a comrlete outfit of tools for reboring Engine and Pump Cylinders without remov ing them from their foundation. First class work guaranteed. Second hand Machinery always on hand. Telephone Ked 823. Cor Second and Adams Sts. . PHOENIX, ARIZONA. RIGHT IN Five acres in the Irvine Addi.ion. i-IatteJ, for the small sum of JSOO, cheap at $1,000. Water in Salt Canal. Xo.v is your chance for a bargain. Remember we write Fire Insurance in the oldest and ihe bvst companies in the business. -j Wood -O'Neill REAL ESTATE COMPANY 1 TELAlAIN 365 O'NEILL BLOCK o o o o o o o & o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o ? o o o o o o o It'll pay. Summer Corsets C figures Ojp J 2 v osiery Hangers Machine Shop THE. CITY I ay C d 1 U it L q - I39B23S .FBrl'SwTfiffTf3 Glohe.