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THE AIUZOIVA HEPT7BLICA?r, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1904.
4 BASEBALL GAME TODAY Eastlakc Park, 3:30 P. M. PRESCOTT . vs. . . . PHOENIX. riont miss seeing the best same of the season. Admission ."0c, including f,i:ind stand. Ladies free. While watching the game remember that we sell practically all the teams of the territory their supplies. PINNEY (a ROBINSON, THE GUN STORE Guns, Bicyclss, Cameras. VtSAVi Typewriters, Sportirsg Goods. 40 North Center Street. Phoenix. GREAT REDUCTIONS 25 per cent, off On all our shirt waist sets. All hats. below cost. THE FAIR, 212 E, Washington St. mmmmm'M TRUNKS. . iHfr- V-Cv-'-xi ; J'flA Mside to order or a line line of UHiT4i0i "dnd n,a4,e trunks in stock- Suit Cji't cases, bags, straps, etc. Keys H&tf OTSfeifc -W'vb f'tted- OM trunks taken in ex- fcfti5 VjMn "US-i li change. 'Phone red 394. EfefiiCESS?"-2 &i7 PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY, 431 W. Washington St. The California Restaurant MEALS SERVED AT ALL nOURS. Blrictlv PlrHt-CtnHH. Quick ftcrvlep Special Dlttnoe on Sunday ZS North First Avenue Phoenix, -Arizona 4 V V T "I" T U" pl" P'l" T T I I " T I . "P V V "l 'J 'FT V The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. Pay 4 per cent Interest on all time deposits. Accounts may be opened for one dollar or more, either In person or by mall. A handsome nickel steel safe Is furnished depositors free of charge. Call at the banking office and learn all about- our plan for Taking savings pay an Income. - The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co.' AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, 1100.010. CHARLES F. AINSWORTH, President; R. H. GREENE. Vice Tres.; 1 ItANK AINSWORTH. Cashier; W. W. JONES, Asst. Cashier. DIRECTORS Charles F. Alnsworth, W. C Foster, R. IL Greene, t Frank Alnsworth, Harvey J. Le. J 4 4V-t-4.-..ti4..t.4'l--l--t.-l"Ml.4..t..t.4....t.r4,,....,.t....t.,t..t,,t..i....,H 44-4- (T. A . IHT ? CASH! CASH! Is What We Are After. The balance of this summer we will name the lowest prices ever made on groceries In Arizona. If, your money is short" make It '"long" by trading here. We under sell any and all of them. 15 pounds cane granulated sugar.. $1.00 7 Rars Best Borax Soap. . '. . .25 1 pound Battle Ax Tobacco 25 1 Box, GO in Box, Cigars $1.00 1 Can Best Standard Tomatoes 10 2 Cans' Best Standard Corn .25 5 pounds Pure Leaf Lard 50 10 pounds Pure Leaf Lard 1.00 G Bars German Family Soap 25 C Bars Diamond C Soap J2'5 1 large 35c Bottle Tomato Catsup.. .25 1 c an Beaidsley Shredded Cod Fish .10 1 can Reard!-ly Shredded Herring. .10 2 pounds Soft Shell Almonds 25 1 1-2 pound package5 Summit Tea.. .20 1 packages Dr. Fox H.' Food 25 1 can good Salmon .13 10 pound box best Soda -Crackers. . .70 1 package Minute Gelatine...-. 10 ', pound hef t Pink Beans 25 2 cans best Corn Beef 23 2 cans best Chipped Beef 25 2 pounds Aibuckle Coffe .25 CO pound best Family Flour 1.35 1 doz. pint Fruit Jars 0 1 doz. quart Fruit Jars 73 1 doz. 2 quart Fruit Jars 1.10 1 box Best California Straw berries 10 1 box best California Blackberries .10 I doz. best California Lemons 15 Evaporated Plums, Peaches, Pears. Apricots, Black and White Figs. If 'grocery bargains your pursuing At MpKco's there's always "something doing." M c-KEE'S CA ST ORE Fancy Cotton Foulards, in new colorings and figures Regular price, 25c yard; our price, yard i5c A A A A A i Cotton Voiles, in linen' color effects, very stylish, worth 25c yard; our price, yard Bedspreads, full size, hemmed, all ready for use; the dollar 7Qr quality for Colored Lawns and'Batiste, a new line just received -a f worth 15c yard; our price IvC White India Linen, very fine quality, worth 20c yard; Ql now selling at 2 A Ladies' Fancy Shirt Waist Suits made in up- t-fl Q to-date styles in dark colors, worth $3 a suit, price cpi J 3 Ladies Shirt Waist Suits made of duck and other CfcO A fancy materials neatly trimmed, worth $3.50, price tpfyJ lOc Ladies' Sleeveless Vests, in white, pink or blue, worth 15c each; our price, each j ..V... . 8Kc i A A A- i i i i Huck Towels, 18x36, colored border, hemmed, worth 25c pair: today's, price, each , . A SAN DIEGO'S FUTURE A. City Destined to Become Rich and Great. 9 P fl yy 1 USl ET33 ORE Mr. C. II. Bigelow of San Diego who is visiting Phoenix for a few days Is a most pleasing man to interview, re specting his home town for h knows what is going, on and has a proper appreciation of what it means. He is very enthu siastic over the future of San Diego and his enthusiasm is founded on a state ment of facts that Is hard to get awuy from. There is really no escape, aui San Diego seems to be in for an eta of unequaled prosperity. This ii the direct result of the assured builiinfco the isthmian canal with which the rail roads will have to compete for south western commercial business and as everyone knows, San Diego ' Is the nearest coast port to the canul and the shortest haul for the railroads. Asked to relate F.ome of the Immediate evi dences of San Diego's new life, Mr. Bigelow said that was easy to do as th'j city is now in a better business con dition than any city on the coast. The big steel plsnt, of which so much has been heard lately is one of the most notable of enterprises and. though something of a mystery it is an assur ed fact. Among the directors of thj corporation are Harrison Giay Otis, of the Los Angeles Times; Cashier Kish burne of the fT'Jli.'ornia National bank, at Los Angeles and Niles Pease of the Niles Pease Furniture Co. These mo i are trustees of $3"0.00rt worth of copper and iron properties in lower California and ab:o trustees of escrow funds that are up pc:id.ing th,e abstracting of a large body of coal lands in British Co lumbia variously estimated at from 00,000 to 130.00U. acres. The plan of the steel company is to coke their coil In the north and deliver it at San Diego where they have under option 1"00 acres of dockage land, and there smelt, iind manufacture iron. The chief mover in the enterprise is not yet known for a certainty though the New Yoik Commercial and Bradstreets sn nomue that it is C. M. Schwab and that presumably his leaving the steel trust was actuated to some extent by this enterprise. Mr. Schwab has been frequently interviewed in the matter and does not deny it, refusing to com mit himself. The navy department is putting in a large coaling station at San Diego and Mr. Bigelow' says he has beeu personal ly told by government engineers thai the war department had decided o build a model four company post on the reservation at Point Loma. The Spreckels Commercial Co., vhWh about four years ago began the build ing of a complete water system to con serve the rainf'ill in the hills east of San Diego by small reservoirs from which water was to be piped to the Sweetwater and Marino -reservoirs and which had to drop the enterprise, has this -week resumed operations. Their representatives met with the San Diego board of trade last week and an r.ounced their determination to finish this ent?rprise. which will involve the expenditure of probably J2.000.000, When the large dams were btiilt care ful note had not been taken of the for mation above ar.d it was later develop ed that except in rainy seasons, the waters from the watershed, escaped mainly through fissures in the earth between tile watershed and the dam. To overcome this a system of smaller repervoirs will be built in the moun tain canyjr.n and the water piped over the fissures to the ' large reservoirs. These dams will supply irrigation 'a ter for the lirigable lanUs between them and San Diego ar.d will also sup ply the city of San Diego with water for irrigation, sprirkling and other pui,J poses. The city already has a water system supplying water for domestic purposes by pumping plants as there to an abundance of good water available underground. Another resource Is the Imperial country which Is sure to be developed one way or another and it is probable that some means will be found for making it a part oi the national recla mation work. The most westerly canal of the Itnperial company is just 08 miles from the city limits of San Diego ar.d that the two will be con nected by rail In the near future is as sured. Mr. Elgelovv says the Rock Island Co. has already secured a mile of wharfage there and certainly means business. Between San Diego and Im perial is a rich mineral country, as yet virtually sealed up by lack of trans portation, prospects of gold and copper being numerous and rich. ,Wm. K. Smythe Is authority for the state ment that the Colorado delta country, with the water of the Colo rado river. Is capable of sustaining a population of 750,000 and San Diego claims it all as a back country, a coun try that It will also pay railrods to run through. The Southern Pacific now has a branch line running through Im perial to Calexico, on the line, and has secured concessions to extend the road through the northern part of lower Cal ifornia, westerly and again northerly, re-entering the state of California south of San Diego and in its course tapping the proved rich mineral fields of Lower California. Speaking of San Diego itself, Mr. Bigelow says the Mission valley run ning through the city north and south, cuts it Into two parts and the hills tv bluffs of the bay contiguous to Mission valley aie rough and covered with boulders and gravel. This unfertile roil continues from Middletoyn tJ Marino, a suburb, and from Marino, continuing on around Mission bay anl including Pacific Peach the soil is well suited for agriculture and at present there is a large portion of It in a high state of cultivation. Marino is built on a gentle slope back from Mission bay 2000 feet and at thts point there !j an abrupt raise to a high and fer'.il"? mesa, overlooking Mission bay, San Diego bay and Point Loma on ths west. Across the Mission valley to the south are the hospital, university and other public buildings. To the east thr ground raises in a gentle slope to the mountains twenty miles distant, and Upon the -ct est of the -Mission Bay Heights an almost unsurpassed view Is obtained, combining city, ocean and mountains. Owing to the limited area of San Diego proper, east from the bay. across Mission Hlley the majority of the suburban horr.es are being con structed around Mission bay at Pacific Beach, under the management of Fol- som Bros. & Co., Is being rapidly im Headquarters for Camp Furniture, Tents, Wagon Covers, Cols, Chairs and. Bedding u X. v o u u a o c u 0 u 63 C- o u c 0 o 0 0 en (A c 0) d o o 0 ft 0 u a W e Have Fdndsheo STOCK TAKING Found a quantity of goods in several departments, which we want to unload. Ttather have the money. Invoiced them v.iy below ;vhat they cost us. Put in the knife and sliced off a big loss, enabling us to make a new pi ice to you at iigures way below actual value? K ' ALL OF THEM BELOW COST, IN FACT Nothing the matter with the goods, only they haven't sold fant enough to suit us. This is your op portunity. Money saved by anticipating your next fall's needs, or perhaps you will find some article re quisite for summer camping tiP. Prices, a few of them below. ' '-. We are making this SACUIFICE SALF now to provide room for new goods which Will a "little, later begir arriving for fall trade. Oar buyer will soon leave for Hid east. Visiting all the leading Fl'KNIr TI'KK markets, Chicago. St. Louis, Grand P.apids, Itockford, with their hundreds of factories from which will be selected the choicest and latest novelties of the coming season, and at prices the lowest which - . spot cash trading mv.H car load ijuanlitios command. "Ve will be able-to present to the discriminating re turning. Phoenician summer vacationer upon September 1st a comprehensive !ine of : WEATHERED OAK FURNITURE MISSION STYLE FOR DINING ROOM, UViNG ROOM, DEN 'lvhfrh will not suffer by oonniariaon with any you may see, In .assortment and price. THE CARPET MARKETS WILL ALSO BE VISITED, AND OUR - 'V WHOLE COMPREHENSIVE STOCK will be toned up to its usual high standard of completeness for the fall trade.' A FEW SUMMER BARGAINS Rogers Silver Plated Knives or Forks, per set $l.fiO Rogers' 1S-17 Silver Plaited Table Spoons, per set 2.50 Siher Plated Tea Spoons, per set 1.00 Water Tumblers, per set .15 Decorated China Tea Set. 50 pieces, per set 1 ".. 4.50 locorated China Dinner Set, 112 pieces, per set '. 1 . . . . VC. -"9.50- - Carpet Samples, a yard pieces. Ingrain, l.'ic to ?5 Carpet Samples. 1 yard pieces. Brussels, 3"e to .30 Two-ply Ingrain carpet, per yard .60 Tapestry Brussels Carpet, per yard Tapestry Hrurr.cls Carpet, per yard X't Standard Brussels Carpet, per yard 8"i Velvet Carp't. per yard '. .'. .So And many other astonishing prices in all departments. ' i" - DORRISBEYMAN FURNITURE CO. Wholesale and Retail House Furnishers. 22 TO 28 WEST WASHINGTON STREET WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE p p p & w p o o 0 o (A s p B 3 o a CA a p a a V o (A o p 9 & 3 a i c B B o O o o a 0 OUR WALL PAPER STOCK IS REPLETE WITH THE LATEST NOVELTIES AND STAPLES provtd .and Marino is being likewise built up by private enterprise. Mis sion Bay Heights, until the Mission Bay Land Co. came into being has been de voted to grain raising. Tne soil is such that good crops were raised with out irrigation. The Land Co., how ever, has developed a very fine under ground water supply and is now instal ling a complete gasoline pumping plant to provide water not alone forits own property but for the rest of the Mesa to the north. The business part of the city is like wise receiving attention and various large office buildings are being con structed. Chisf among them are the. Granger office building, of biick and stone and five stories high. 'A ba lit building is also being erected by L. If. Wilde, the. bank having been organiz ed in April by Los Angeles-capitalists. Mr. Wilde is also erecting a very hand some theater building. Property va lues have shown an average increase of 40 per cent since the Hist of January and the building permits for the month of May, just passed, amounted to more than the aggregate building permits of the first six months cf 1903. Parties desiring hotel or apartments' hous nccomodations in Los Angeles, or at ar.y of the beach resorts during the summer, will find it to their Inter est before coming, to communicate with Oreen &. Underwood, agents, 330 and 331 Bradbury building, Los Angeles, Cal ' BOARD OF GOVERNORS Canal Commissioners Are Appointed, President Given Leave of Absence. The board of governors of the Water Users association he!d a long session yesterday. The business To;- .which .the meeting was especially tailed 'was the er.Dointment of thiee commissioners for each of the three canal districts re cently formed, namely the Salt River valley, the Maricopa ar.d the Grand '""anal districts. Petitions had previous lv been presented to the b:ard by the v ter users In the respective districts asking for the appointment of certain men. There was r.o contest except in the Maricoaa district In which two sets of candidates were presented. At a former meeting the board appointed a committee to ascertain if everything had been done in accordance with law and the committee reported yesterday that it had. The board appointed the names presented by the Salt River Valley . and Grand Canal districts, without discussion, except in the case of J. T. Simpson of the Grand Canal v.ho oersonally told the board that he dirt net care for the office as he could rot',welr attend to it. The board there fore substituted the name of .1. J. My ers. The appointments for these two districts were: Grand canal: T. Bone; J. J. Myers, Sam F. Webb, -Salt River Valley canal: J. C. McNulty, Geo. H. Newsholme. Nelson Bradley. The 'on test in the Maricopa district resulted in the aDDotntment of C. C. Hurley, Hen ry Were and Dwight B. Heard. -President Fowler reported to the Hoard that he had received a telegram from F. H.' Newell asking him If he could meet him at either Denver or Boise City and spend some time with him ib the inspection of the irrigation projects in that part of the country. No details were given. and Mr. Fowler does rot knovr except in a general way per haps, what is wanted of him. however, he felt that he would not be sent for unless it was considered advisable on the par of Mr. Newell and he there fore desired to accept the invitation and asked the board for a leave of ab sence for the necessary time which might be a month. The leave of ab sence wns granted. The advisability of sending with Presidert Fowler, for transmission to Secretary Hitchcock through Mr. New ell, the contract between the govern ment and the Water Users Association, recently ratified, was discussed, and the hoard ordered that this be done and that Mr. Fowler not enly take the cont-.vict along but urge early action upon it by the Washington officials. Provision was also made that in the event it is advisable for anvbody to go on to Washington to explain details or make a special plea for early .action, Mr. Fowler is authorized' o make that journey. That, hewever, is a conting ency rather than an expectation, for the contract has 'been ratified by the water users ond signed by the associa tion officiate, exactly as It was outlined by the reclamation officials and no rea son Is now apparent why It will not be signed immediately cn presentation to the secretary. Construction work is In no way being delayed by the fact that the contract has not yet been fi nally signed, but the board of gover nors feels that the sooner this step is T EAST LAKE PARK EVERY NIGHT The SPOOHER DRAMATIC CO. Charge of Program Twice a Week. TONIGHT Nell Gwynne Popular prices 10, 0, 30 and 50c. Dances every Tuesday and Friday nights free. taken, the better ail parties concern ed will feel about it and it will be one more step In the1 right direction. THE KIND OF. MAN TO TIE TO. Sounds Good, But Where'll One Find Him? We rise to make plain talk on. a theme that is big in the thought of the girls:. .The theme is man and the choice of a life mate for a maid. Th.! dear young thing will Dear in mind that a "freak hat," a foul pipe. ta:i shoes, shaped like grown hams, and a pair of fierce socks do not, of need, go to make up the best sort of man to tie to. The scarf and the vest, their check, tint, or noise, do not take a plac? in the worth of the brute who must soon or late serve the soft sex. It. is to say then, that the duds make the. dude, but do not make the man. The girl who thinks a' dude is all right is not the girl we wish to talk te on this line. For those who like that sort the dude is all right.-: The maid who seeks as is right, real joy In life with a man: the maid who has the heart to make a home a place of bliss, 'will pass by th one who thinks of dress and shine and style more than he thlr-Rs of the world's call on mind or heart..; A good man to tie to Is the man who thinks first of all of his job and of his stand In the town. The staid, safe, true.pUin.square.white browed, clear-eyed, pure-lipped young man is the boy to plac e bets on in tb home game or in such game as one may choose. An Atchison man Is so henpecked that he has hl3 wife's, kin doctor whtn he is sick, instead of tha one he wa accustomed to before, his marriage. Atchison Globe.