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THE. ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE -28, 1904.
f 1 i ! i f t f I? f I' f 1 V- - 11) : IcElSIM J 2 LOCAL; I lik Mm 111 INTEREST I . W . J DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE To got a HAMMOCK cheap. You need th HAMMOCK and we need the mo ney :ind nuiot reduce our stock at once. Jfi.r.O Hammocks now $4.33 SO. 00 Uammock3 now $4.00 $"i.2r Hammocks now $3.50 $".75 Hammocks now $2.50 $2. 50 Hammocks now... $1.67 And all others reduced at the same The Berryhill Co. Cor. Washington nnd First St. !fi? Ladies' Attention! Original and Only Genuine French Tansy Wafers. For tale by leading Drnrftfst. $2 per box. Accept only foods pat up in yellow wrapper! with Crown trade mark. . BEN L. BILAK. Sncrial Arfent. Wholesale a BetU. PHOENIX. ARIZ KW.J0 EAST LAKE PARK EVERY NIGHT TkESPOONER dramatic go. TONIGHT CAMILLE Topular prices 10, 20, 30 and 50c. Dances every Tuesday and Friday nights free. E3B3SEB Prompt Service After a short period of being short-handed, we are now again in position to give you the usual quick and prompt service for which we are noted. Look for the white wagons. LICENSED TO WED A marriage license was issued yesterday to Gcsrce H'Anilan and Rose AVinthip. both of this county. BEGINNING TO .FEEL IT Geolo gist Lee of the reclamation service is beginning to feel the effects of the hot weather. When he returned from California a short time ago he had a fine beard in evidence but it was scorched off' during the last few days. THE PRISON CONTRACT Terri torial Auditor Christy and George Truman, citizen member oT the board o -feontrol returned yesterday morn ing from Yumia, where? there was a meeting of the board" on Saturday for the purpose if awarding the con tracts for prison supplies for the year. The' contract for the general supplies was awarded to K. F. Sanguinetti and bo contract for beef went to P. U. Hodses. THE TRIP AROUND THE WORLD The Baptist church was crowded la'it .evening with an audience anxious accompany Rev. Mr. Bagby in his -trip around the world and all present were delighted with his views and his lec ture. The lecture was given in a breezy natural and most attractivu manner, and ithe views were away the most beautiful and artistic ever shown by a stereopticon. ' All who may listen to Mr. Bagby's lectures and look upo.i his pictures have a rich treat in store for them. NEW CORPORATIONS Articles of the following corporations were filed in the office of the county recorder yesterday: Goldfield ' Mining company, capital stock, $1,000,000, incorporator?, F. J. Brule, C. I Cole, A. B. Acorno j and others; tho Leadvilln Mining and Smslting company, capital stock, $1,- 000,000, incorporators, William Kelly fnnd J. H. Wein; The Gold Cons Min ing company, capital stock, $1,000,000, incorporator's. T. M. Lancaster, G. Mushrush and F. N. Rust; Mount Jef ferson Mining and Exploration com pany, capital stock $2,000,000 in corpo- , rat.ors. E. S. Isaacs, W. S. Gray and i others. A LONG DRIVE George Brown ar rived in town yesterday with a four horse team, having driven from bis ranch. knovn, as the old Townsnd ranch, on the Agua Frla, eighty-fiv miles north of the city, since half past two o'clock on Saturday after noon. He came from the Agua Fria crossing yesterday. The sscond diy out was over one of the worst road3 for a wagon In the territory. There i3 hardly a level stretch, on th.2 way and most of it is filled with rocks oT Vary ing sizes. This is the third visit of Mr. Brown to Phoenix in twelve years. The first was at the time of ths reception to President McKiniey throa year? ago. The next was last spring. JACK FRAZIER HERE J. J. Fra zier is in from Fish creek, wher.? he has completed the preliminaries for his new station end will now await the building of the road before he dees much more in the vay of station build ing, &s packing is too expensive and tedious an, occupation. He says thero are forty-five men employed at Fitz gerald's camp at Fish creek and e.bout twenty at Thompsons camp this stda of there. The equipping of these road camps is a slow process and thwe is some shortage of desirable labor. Men who do hea.vy work by ths day' hesi tate about walkinff over the hot tfaij to hunt a job In this wealher and thori not all who appear ar3 desirable. A place is found, though, for every jjood man that comes along end the force at these camps is being constantly in creased as fast as possible."" Arizona Laundry. Phone Main 39. Cor. Adam 31 3d St j for serving; you with the best the market affords in eatables 1 are unsurpassed. Our cold stor age department is fitted with all the latest appliances for pre serving meat and vegetables. A H trial will convince you that we are ueauquaners lur jjvju THINGS TO EAT. S.J.JRIBOLET, 110-116 E. WASHINGTON ST. 3a PHONE MAIN 61. SHORT PRICES ON SUIT CASES FOR PEOPLE A "LITTLE SHORT" PLANK, the Hatter FLEMING BLOCK CURVED RAILS Since the weather got warm the street car company has hnd a great deal , of trouble with 'the J track in the western part of town. The rails have lengthened under the rays of the sun until they aggreanle .1 greater length than the railway sys tem itself. On West Washington street the bases of the rails have rusted awav so that they furnish less resist ance to bending and in consequence some of them have formed bea.utiful curves. The curves in some instances become so pronounced that it is neces sary to take the rail out. In other rails the curves assume another shape. Thoy are so short and numerous that the rails have a crinkled appearance. The defective rails, that is the rails whose defects are disclosed by the heat nre being taken out and either straightened and having their ends Rawed off or else they are replacsd with new rails. A LONG EASTERN JOURNEY Charles A. Stauffer, circulator of the Republican, left last night on the firt vacation he has had for a long time. He will go by the southern route direct ly to St. Louis and having seen as much of the fair as he chni see la the limited time at his disposal will go to Buffalo and thence to the Niagara Falls. H will spend a short time at Toronto and will then go to Boston. He will visit the famous resorts along the northern Atlantic coasT and will go to Albany. He will travel down the historic Hudson to New York. He will travel by steamer down the Atlantic to Baltimore. He will spend some thus at Washington and then returning westward he will visit with relatives at Chicago. On his way home he will stop at various points in Kansas and will .return to Phoenix in about six weeks,. THE IRON KING GAME Further details were learned yesterday of the Iron King baseball game, in which the Phoenix team is supposed to have participated. Captain Walden ssld that it was a, jolly crowd of p!ayer and rooters that went up and thy "all took pride in showing the hill peopla how bravely they could take defeat. They profess to have brought Pack with them no score by innings.- but claim thev were ahead fcr the first two or three innings. In the fourth Iron King scored well and Phoenix vstyrihffxz mbort. In the fifth and sixth when Phoenix went to bat mhh. tyurestfdt rats bin brufdt bins. Tho seventh and eighth were repetitions of the fifth and sixth, except that Phoenix cxaxbytug, aind the ninth was a duplicate of the eighth, whjch left the final score Phoenix lS.ajalqajlrk the final score Tron King 15, PhoenJ 10. They might better have brought heme the final score in Russian also. o lor ti next thirty days we will serve those fi-e corn fed spring chickens at Hoghe's chop house. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed bids will be received until 2 P. 'm., July 2nd, 1904, at 312 Fleming block, for the construction of a frame school house for District No. 54, Mari copa county.' A certified check for two hundred dollars must accompany each proposal. For correct prescription work try Dowd's the little drug store with the little prices. Opera house block. THE LAW WAS INADEQUATE A Casting About for Another Way to Punish a Brute. A matter w,as brought up in one of the justices' courts yesterday morning which explained very clearly why in not only the south .but in most parts of the country lynching is believed to be the best remedy for a certain class of crinfle. . ' " A' well knewn and respectable citi zen went to the justice and asked for a warrant for the arrest of a young white man also well known about town for his general cussedness. The complain ant said that the evening before his little danghter and several other little girls were at the park sitting in the swines when this young man who is about twenty yeais of age came along. He addressed himself to the complain ant's daughter in the vilest possible manner and seizing her tore her cloth ing trying to drag her away with him. The Justice said that he would cheer fully issue the warrant and if the evi dence should bear out the complaint he would cheerfully consign the ycung brute to the county jail for'ihe longest period within the power of the, court to fix. But the justice reminded the complainant that the evidence would have to be furnished by his daughter and the other little girls who were there at the time'.' He believed that the humiliation they would undergo on the witness stand would be a more severe trial ' to them than six months in the county jail would be to the wretch who had committed the crime. So here was a case in which the boasted long arm of the law was too short. If this young man is dealt with at all for this outrage it will most like ly be done outside the law. ORGANIZED FOR MURDER Billy Stiles Thought Te Be a Member of the Taqui River Band. W. E. Pomeroy, of the Taqui Copper company, was in town a short time yesterday afternoon. He left last night for Cananea. He spoke of the numerous murders which have been committed along the Yacjui river with in the last month of which telegraphic- descriptions have been printed in The Republican.- He said that so far as is known six men have been murdered within the lsf three weeks. The re port of the murder of two Mormon boys about two , weeks ago Mr. Pomeroy says is not true. The victims were the Maxwell brothers and Woodworth, kill ed three weeks ago last Saturday night, a man by the name of Carr murdered a week before that and . two Mexicans about the same time. At the time the news reached here of the murder of. the two Mormon boys there was a great deal of uneasiness among the friends of Mr. Pomeroy here and at Mesa. It was known that he was in that part of the country and that he was contemplating ajourney across the country from El Tigre which would have taken him through the lo cality where the murders were com mitted. It turns out that he had a very close call for on the night of the murder of the Maxwells and Woodworth Mr. Pomeroy and a companion were camp ed cn the river a short distance above the camp of the murdered men. Mr. Pomeroy did not hear of the murder. until a week afterward and then he learned that the niurderers having fin ished the slaughter down below went up the river, passed his camp on the other side of the river, most probably not obserivng it. Mr. Pomeroy said that the presence 6f this gang of bandits has been known a long time to the local .uthpriUes ha have the names of all the" mem bers except one who is an American. Until recently the gang confined itself to thefts and no strenuous effort3 were made to wipe it out. But since the murders two of the members have been killed by posses and four have been . captured. Col. Kosterlizky is j;oing through the country now with his rurales. There is no knowing at pres- ' ent how many If any of the members of the band he has captured and i" will not be known until he makes his offi cial report describing the circum stances under which the bandits died. It is only certain that Kosterlitzky will not take the trouble of conveying any of them to jail. ' There is an impression throughout that part of the country that the American member of the murder syn dicate is Billy Stiles. The American ha3 been seen with other members of the band and from the descriptions which have been given of him it is thought that he is Stiles. . o ON OLD LINES. J. 'V Ctf'-V" 11 Miss "Arrah, you're lookin' very sad!" said Pat p'Hollihan, addressing his friend Dennis the other day. "Oi feel sad!" responded Dennis. "Ol've lost my mother-in-law. 1 tell you it's hard to lose your mother-in-law!" "Hard!" exclaimed Pat. "B'gorrah, its almost impossible!" Chicago News. AVERTING AN EVIL. did Schoolmistress Tommy, what you disobey me for? Tommy 'Cos I thought you'd whip me. Schoolmistress What did you want me to whip you for? Tommy 'Cos pa said he wculd if you didn't, and ho hurts. Str Stcries. o THROWN FROM A WAGON. : Mr. George K. Babcock was thrown from his wagon and severely bruised. He applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm freely and says it is the best liniment he ever used. Mr. Babcock is 11 well known citizen of North Plain, Conn. There is nothing equal to Pain Balm !?or sprains and bruises. It will effect a cure in one-third the time required b.r any other treatment. For sale by all druggists. TOM AND THE BURGLARS. Tom is a little chap, but very active for his age and bright and intelligent. He is Kked by the neighbors arid high ly spoken of by the master of th house where he lives. He is known throughout the town for having warn ed a family one night when burglars were breaking into the house. . The burglars -tried to frighten him away, but Tom succeeded in rousing the in mates. "Tom i3 a dogged brave fei low," said Mr. Smith, the gentleman whose prbperty Tom had saved. "1 Rose Peterson. Secre tary Parkdale Tennis Club, Chi cago, from experience advises all young girls who have pains and sickness peculiar to their sex, to use Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. How many beautiful young girls de velop into worn, listless and hopeless svomen, simply because sufficient atten tion has not been paid to their physical development. No woman is exempt from physical weakness and periodic pain, and young girls just buddins? into womanhood should be carefully guided physically as well as morally. Another woman, Miss Hannah E. Mershon, Col lings wood, X.J., says: " I thought I would write and tell you. that, by following your kind ad- ; x . ... vice, x icei nue a new person. 1 was always thin and delicate, and bo weak that I could hardly do anything. Men struation was irregular. " I tried a bottle of your Vegetable Compound and began to fet-1 better right away. I continued its use, and am now well and strong, and men struate regularly. I cannot say enough for what your medicine did for me. 05000 forfeit If original ef cbooe letttr proc'it? genuineness cannot be produced. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will cure any woman in the land who suffers from womb troubles, inflammation of the ovaries, and kidney troubles. wish I could gie you this g-i(l piecr!" Saying whi'-h Mr. Sinirh. h ws a rich man tr.ssed up a twenty dollar gi.l piece. Now why coul.l Mr. S:n:th n-U give Tom the money? The ar.--r will be found in a- sentence of f'rar words hiddeii somewhere iu this-par 1 Sraph. ftoslou Traveler. To Take jo Friends In the East. Souvenirs of Arizona Handsomely Designed Cop per Spoons and some new Paper Cutters. Arizona ranks third in the production ef copper. GEO. II. COOK, Jee!cr 341 W. Washington St. i ft A i A sjJ TTT VR T A "V TVTO'R'F e 2reatest of all Challenge Sales will be a matter of history. If success can be measured by the volume of the past seven days business, then J? X V Us UJrL L w fvXI2 this sale stands alone as the success "Par Excellence" of our business career. The values to be found in this sale are far and away greater than antr -ftiaf arp UlrpT-v fft rA Ttlnrpd hpfnrp trip -nilhlir in anxr -flltlirP PtPflt 'nf hi tinrl TViPrpfnt- it ic V10 norf nf tirJcrlnm n ctnrlr nn n niir fnr fiifiira iic TxrVinn imii ran Kinr ciirVi in ArrVi nriA co ac ttta handle at less than the goods cost to produce. Come, and profit by our misfortune. -ANNUAL CHALLE . y y SALE. o It Now! Don't Wait Till It Is Too Late. 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OF LADIES' WHITE SIIIIIT WAISTS Made of fine quality Lawn: front trimmed with embroidery or lace medallion?; all new. up to date garments; size? 3'3 to 40; actual $'?.50 values; Challenge Price, each $1.23 e' White. Goods at So Pieces of Striped and Embroidered Swisses, including black and white and tan and white effects, lace styles, beautiful designs, 29 inches wide, really worth up to 35c II 9! 25c Sua Bonnets at 12-k 10 DOZ. OF LADIES' SUX EOX XETS Made of fancy Percale, col ors, blue, red and pink; actual 5c value; Challenge Price . 2 for 25C NECKWEAR Our entire stock of Ladies' Xeck wear including Lace Collars, Stolls, and cape cfects; nc-r a nock piece excepted; TODAY at T THEIR REGULAR MARKED PRICES E29ES55 XL Ji JiL JOl? NEW