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rilE ATUZOA LTLULICAJS, TUESDAl JI0IIXI'C, JuJNIS'SS, 1901.
.Remember the Babcock Buggy is the Best See Us EZRA efore You. Buy 124-120 East Vashinton Street 127-133 East Adams Street. REMEMBER THE WHITE HORSE IN FRONT. FIRE-WORKS EXPLOSION Three Lives Lost in the Resulting Conflagration. Cut ths Can and compare the quality of Fig Brand Evaporated 1 Cream .'-3 with any of its irritations. :, mh Note the difference. See how i'. A smooth and apbetizinp our u A product is, owing to Its heavy consistence, which keeps the butter fat equally h?'M distributed, in contrast with trr3 ...w ..-r ....,1 inma- -ir.i iiwii wiiiuix aiiuw iug uut- F", I ler flit to rise and fnrm )v unsightly clods. 4 4 1 OCEANSIDE BEACH. Bishop Kendriek says "Oceansida tt:i(: i-n- better than any other beach, llf has sjivnt 14 summers at Ocean Mi". See Taylor & Sons about secur ing a lot. BEAR'S P. Ii. REMEDY Is a Success o Yo;i don'I huy ah untried remedy for Piickley Hr:ti m hf it j-ou buy BEAR'S. It lias bet uhmI Ik j'ears riglit here in I'lxieiiix nt in no f.tke. other olTcr j-u 1. U. remedies but no one csi earth makes and sells Bear's P. H. ftmdy but BEAR. Philadelphia, Pa., Jun 27. Tlnoo persens lost their lives and half a doz en others were injured lats lod'-iy a? the result of an explosion of a small bXindle of fireworks in the store roj;n of the Diarrond Fireworks company. The cause of the flrewotks explosion Is not known. Thomas Conway, one of the firm, was wrapping a small bundle of firewcrka for a customer when it exploded. Almost instantly the entire room full of fireworks became Ignited from flying rockets and fire crackers. All the employes on the first floor es caped without rericus injury. The front of the fast floor was blown out by explosion of powder, and soon the en tire building was in flames. Thiee of the firemen were injured and three other perse ns were also cut and burned but their injuries are no seriou3. The flames spread to adjoining build ings, but did no serious damage. ATTACKED 3Y AN OWL. A Bronx Policeman Had His Ba,dly Scratched. Fees under an oak tree gazing down the Bronx river when a big bird perched on hi3 hat. It scratched Campbell on the face, and in his consternation ever his lost beauty he slipped and fell. When the relief party arrived the bird had flown and Campbell was still pros trated. He went back to the station house .and. ' although not seriously hurt, had to have medical attendance. RESIGNED COMMISSIONERSHIP. Sir Charles Eliot Demands Public In quiry Into His Course. Monabas, British East African Pro tectcrate, June 27. Sir Charles N. F. Eliot. British commissioner and commander-in-chief for the East African protectorate, has resigned the commis sionership, because he is opposed to the proposed Jewish settlement in the East African protectorate. Sir Charles has cabled to Premier Balfour demand ing a purilic inquiry of th? circum stances of his resignation, and adding: "Lord Lansdowne ordered me to re fuse grants of lands 'to private indi viduals, while giving enonnou3 tracts In East Africa to a syndicate. I have refused to execute these instructions, which I consider unjust and impolitic." The East African syndicate repre sents the Jewish colonial t:ust. O Ml THI is what we want YOU TO KNOW. V.'e sell only the best, gro ceries and yon save money by buying from us. Remember we have th best Teas and Coffeea for the money. We deliver you orders Tery promptly anywhere In town. Get your G ROCERIES FRANK GRIEBEL'S 218-220 W. Washington St. Phone 431. BETWEEN SEASONS. New York, June 27. Sergea nt Apple was playing checkers in the back room of the Bronx Paik station tonight when he heard screams outside. Ev ery available policeman was started out on the run. They found policeman Francis Campbell, who has the Ioril lard lane post, lying under a big oak trre with scratches on his face and terror in his eyes. "A wild eagle attacked mo," he ex plained. The other policemen laughed at Jiitn, for thy knew what was the matter. Campbell has been away from a Man hattan precirct for a few days only, and he didn't know what every Bronx Park po.'icerran knews, that the Loril lard lane post is haunted by the most vindictive family of owls on record. Campbell says that he was standing M:dd!cs2x Wcolen Mills, Lowell, to Shut Dcwn For Some Weeks. Lowell, Mass.. June 27. The Middle sex Woolen milla will shut down Fri day for several weeks. Tilt- superin tendent says repairs are need "T. h'c'i cannot be made while the mill are running. It is also between s-nsens and business is of that cb .ract?r that does not warrant manufacturing RO.d. for slock at the present ra'te of raw material. About COO employe.; wjU'1 aliccled. PITTSBURG TRUST CO. QUITS. One little group of supplies, Schilling's Best TMttchnre- T:i .Ti;ni 57. The TVinlpil- Itial Trust Co.. located in the East End. land capitalized at $200,000, announced today that the board of directors had ' decided to quit business and make a j voluntary assignment. The assets are ample, not only to pay the depositors I in full, but to pay the stockholders 100 I cents on the dollar. o . PAYING CUBA'S OLD SOLDIERS. E. S. Wakelin Grocer Co. IP OB OTP? UUIIIILbIJe Are desired by ov ery man who wish es to appear well and no ona can af ford to disregard his attire. With a STEIU-BL0CH v CO. OR A- HART, SCHAFF HER & MARX Suit you will be 'properly dressed, at a NOMINAL COST. These "Smart Clothes" are hand-tailored, each garment be- ing designed and built by an expert workman, the result is Stylish Per ZX3Z mmmm mm pi! mmmi mm mm M IPllli W fectly Fitting Clothes No "hand-me-down" appearance about these Hues. We have the Yery Newest Patterns in large variety cf light and daik shades Your inspection invited. SWELL SH RTS syjf-'Ej-f'-i A new line of this sea son's LATEST NOVEL TIES, in ' Golf Shirts Just received. An elegant" line of the newest shades in Oxfords, made up with attached cuffs, the famous "Calumet" Brand, 51.75 &S2.00 GOLD BERG OS. CO. EXCLUSIVE OUTFITTERS FOR. MEN AND BOYS. t Corner Washington and First Streets. I -- tea coffee baking-powder flavoring extrac ts fpicei soda New York Man Arranging for Shipment . of the Necessary Funds. makes no trouble to you or your grocer. Money back. BEAR'S DRUG STORE tfpp. City Hell. The hvar are in the window, th. -in to your boy mid cirls. Show Golden Gate Ccffea I Do not grind too fine, as pulverized coffee has an en tirely different flavor from the same coffee granulated. J. A. FOLGER a CO. San Francisco T m nnrl m nf Fin. Pntf... H 111 STANDARD IRON WORKS, Phoenix, Ariz. Engines, Boilers, Pumps, SHafting, Pulleys, Hangers Foundry and Machine Shop "T-S ass RIGHT IN THE. CITY Five rrirs in the Irvine Addition, rlatted, for the small sum of JS0A. c!ie:p at 11,000. Water in Salt Canal. Now is your chance for a harpMin. Kenx-mhor we write Kire Insurance in the oldest and the best companies in the luiidncsa. Havana, June 22. Mr. Macdonald :f Speyer & Co.. the New York bankers who floated the Cuban loan of $3r, 000.000, i3 here making airangetnent-s with the government rejrardin the de tails of the shipment of money to pay the ex-soldiers of the revolutionary army. SUBMARINE BOAT ON TRIAL TRIP. Tailoring Conditions in Phoenix at Present Norfolk. Va., June 27. The United States submarine torpedo boat Adder, which has been repaired, went out to the Chesapeake Day course for trial to day. She will be tested on and below the surface and in firing dummy torpedoes. JAPANESE STEAMSHIP RESUME TRIPS. Why, we are as busy as bees. All our help is employed as in th-j busy season. We have the goods and styles and our people appreciate th.; fact that thev can do better at honifj than they can away in the larger citiea i both in style, price, fit and finish. We may say we arc attending strict ly to business twelve months in the year. Order your summer suits now. Our fall goods will be here August 1st and they are gems. S cattle. Wash., June 22. The steam ship Kanagawa Maru of the Japanese government's subsidized line, has ar rived here from Yokohama. Ships of this line were withdrawn at the out break of the war to avoid capture. 5t is anonunced that thi3 emergency n now passed. A RECEIVER ASKED FOR. Allegation that Standard Oil Co. Has Violated Anti-Trust Laws. Trenton. N. J., June 27. An applica tion was filed in the court of chancery here for the dissolution of the Stand ard Oil company and 'the appointment of a receiver on the ground of a vio lation of the anti-tru.st laws. EUYS SHORT RAIL LINE. r.edericton, N.. B., June 2.It Is of ficially announced that the Canadian government has purchased the Canada Kastern railroad, which extends from this city to Chatham. The price paid was $soo.000. The road will become part of the inter-colonial system which runs from St. John and IIa!ax to Cue bec and Montreal. GOES TO TAKE HIS JOB. OakJind Cal., June 7. Hon. Victor II. Metcalf left for Washington today to commence his duties as secretary of the department of commerce and labot. Wood -O'Neill REAL ESTATE COMPANY - TCI M1TV A mvrifi t tr B'' I L":J1.LJIJJL-J'i!l. n .1.11 I. iiij...ii..ii.n.!iipii. mmm, .IPP.l ! jii pj Ai: "appatizcr" really does give a mar, an appetite for more ajratizrs. Philadelphia Itecord. "Miss Klchley Mabel I love youl ' exclaimed young Dremer. "Ah, If 1 could only prove , my love; if Uke a knight of old,-1 could only go and fight for you." "You may go and speak to papa," said the girl, demurely. Fhilaieli'hia Press. D. NICHOLSON Importing Tailor. Nothing Succeeds Like Success. DR. HIBSARD IS KNOWN THftOUOHOUT . THI SOUTHWEST AS A Leadinn: Specialist In CKROft'C DISEASES He lias tho confidence nod piitrfinnA uf th; leading business men and most prominent citizens of Arizona Thp Docirr in ii trrndu.itH f Harvard Mftdical Colleso Waslormerl a mem ber ol the Rhode Island and Colorado Siate Medical Societies, nnd Uniieo ftTATtB 1"khion1!.xam iner. Health i.1 tvrtalth Economy to bo well! Are you eutferinp from come chronic nfTfCiion? Are rou wrnk, sick nnd mmhlo to perform tlie ordinary duties of life? If so. beware of patent mediciuns, i'lexpnriencpd aud unskilled physi cians. Dr. Hibbard employs nou but rutio-jal nnd scjontiiic methods ho uses no injurioti' drops in removiner the poisonous effects of ULOODAND PRIVATE DISKAbKS. from th system. SEXDALi WEAKNKSS, with nil it baDefitl effects positively cured by the latent and best remodios. Chronic, norvons, bloo-l, kid Dry, urinary, bladder and special ii ioea.ius treated u. a strictly up-to-date uiaaaer. liibhard liaildin, 26-28 South 2nd Av., Phcsnix, Arizona. Consultation fro. Honrs 30 to iZ ; 1 to 3, and B to 7, Address all commuuicxt ions. 5rillFUL. SUCCESSFUL 4 RELIABLE PROGRESSIVE CLINTON CAMPBELL GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND SUPERINTENDENT P. 0. BOX 864 rtlONt KID 494 PHOENIX, ARIZONA . V" r. i- - . -Mr A-sis'- F - ' -:'; ' f - r :V...-fi-r &0m 9 if if ?J DE LAVAL SEPARATORS F YOU arc contemplating buying a Separator, be - sure and get a De Laval, then you know you have the best and one that can be washed thoroughly clean and that does not clog up during sep aration and one that will separate cold milk as well as warm There is no Separator that will stand the test of years like the De Laval. CLAHK-PRATT VEHICLE 0 MUSLIN UMDERWEAR If you are going away there will be Foiiiethins in muslin underwear you'll need nnd we have a complete assortment for your summer need;-. All the new styles in CORSET COVERS. GOWNS, DRAWERS. CHEMISE, PETTICOATS, SHORT SKIRTS. Any kind of garment you war la either plain or elaborately trimmed jj styles can be found here and at rea f' sonable prices.' Toilet Articles Mcnnen's Talcum..... .15o Sana Dermal Talcum. 25c Violet Ammonia 15c 4711 Glycerine Soap.. 15c Pears Soap 15c Rcsistine 75c Turtle Oil Soap 10c Carbolic 4711 Soap 15c Glycerine 10o Vr.s!ine 5: Also a full line of Perfumes, Toi let Waters, Xail Piles, Duffers, Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Combs, Bath Brushes, etc. WHITE WASH GOODS We still have a complete line of white goods and if you want a real nice white dres3 or shirt waist you can find the very newest weaves and linishes here. INDIA LINON, VICTORIA LAWN, WASH CHIFFON. PERSIAN LAWN, ORGANDIE, PARIS MUSLIN, SWISS, batiste; SILK MULL, DIMITY. Also a complete assortment of mercerized white fabrics for shirt waists. ' ' u 25EJ3S