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TITE ARIZONA KEPUBLTCATT, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY !), 1904.
GOME AND DRINK 20th Century SANITARY SODA from our Big New Soda Fountain or TT LOCAL INTEREST The fountain selected for exclusive use at the world's fair, Saint Louis, be cause of iis Absolute Protection to Health. Syrups .in sterilized .glas containers on ice in plain sight. No corrosion. No germs. Delicious. Be g;ane no Sanitary and bring the chil dren. The Berryhill Co. Cor. Washington and First Su. IF YOUR WATCH TROUBLES YOU You just trouble us. We are author i;y on watch troubles. If you are troubled by not having a watch we can remedy that also. GEO. II. COOK, Jeweler 134 W. Washington St. f ICE GOLD WATERMELONS OUR FACILITIES for serving you with the best the market affords In eatables are unsurpassed. Our cold stor age department Is fitted with1 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, 110-116 E. WASHINGTON 1 PHONE MAIN 61. ST. Ladies' Attention! Original and Only Genuine French Tansy Wafers. ft For tele by leading" Drarftfsti. $2 per box. Accept osly foods pt a in yellow wrappers with Crown trad mtrk. RVM RVaU ... . an.ci.i nenii mm Wholesale It Retail. PHOENIX. AZIZ. Si BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES At the Baptist church at 8 o'clock to morrow evening Dr. Halsey will speak on the need of a' half holiday. All are invited. ALM WORMELL DYING A tele gram was received last evening by A. II. Wornvll from Douglas, stating that his son Alva, whose illness of ty phoid fever was mentioned a day or two ago, was dying. A MINING COMPANY Articles of incorporation of the Gould Mining com pany were filed in the office of the county recorder yesterday. The capi tal stock is $250,000 and he incorpora tors are J. S. Gould, V. A. Hildreth and A. P. Naher. FIRST OF THE FAMILYr-A tele gram was received yesterday from Wil liam K. Maull, who is at Los Angeles saying that the Maull family is not so lonesome as it used to be. It has been increased by one, a very youthful girl. This is the first babe and there is cor responding rejoicing. ARIZONA'S LOSS A part of the ex hibit of this territory at the world's fair was destroyed yesterday but it was not a part of the official exhibit. It was the Arizona Gulch restaurant that was burned and the fire was started accord ing to information which reached this office by telegraph last night by a drunken loafer who felt that he had been improperly treated at the Arizona beanerr. NEW GATLINGS The national guard of Arizona has received two new gatling guns and 65,000 rounds of am munition, for the protection of the pub lic, and the preservation of the peace In times of emergency. One of the guns is in the care of B company here though it has not yet been mounted. The other Is in the care of the new company at Morenci. Colonel Lea veil, adjutant general left last night for Morenci to inspect the company and It3 new gun. AFTER A SALOON The govern ment of the United States has set about breaking up a saloon "which has been ustablished by Charles W. Williams in the vicinity of the Tonto Basin irriga tion works. Yesterday an injunction suit was filed in the United States courc by the government against Williams. It is pointed out that his saloon is locat ed on government land and that he set tled down there without the oensent or connivance of the secretary of the in terior who had ordered all that land withdrawn from entry for agricultural saloon or other purposes. It is alleged that the saloon is greatly interfering with operations at the dam site. It is prayed that inasmuch as the United States is without means of irnmediat; relief an injunction be issued against Williams and that he be commanded to get out. A FINE PET The Phoenix liremen have acquired a new pet, the gift of A. J. Hansen of Kyrene. It is a badger raised from Infancy on Mr. Hansen's ranch at Kyrene and is as tame as a kitten and more playful than either cat or a dog. It has dug itself a home several feet under ground near the en gine house, but comes out frequently to play with the boys. Mr." Hansen says the badger was the most effective re medy he had on the ranch for the ex termination of mice, gophers and other pests of that sort, but it also has a weakness for spring chicken that inad'i it an expensive piece of property. His children thought as much -of it as any child .ever did of a dog, but after l."0 spring' chickens had disappeared ho thought it was time for the badger to be deported. Hair - Vain ? Why not ? A little vanity is a good thing. Perhaps you can't be hair-vain, your hair is so thin, so short, so gray. Then use Ayer's Hair Vianr. it makes the hair prow, restores color. a 't " r- - - J raMMSBjBWojoMMBianaBMaggSBBBgarnT-raTOiii. aiissi n J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. J Theresa Burtscher of Auburn' Cal., registered at the Ford hoteFyesterday. Among those leaving via the S. F. P. & P. this morning were: Jno. Mont gomery for Los Angeles; Arthur A fil er and wife for Santa Ana: Stella Sears, Mrs. V. P. Sears and J. M. Sears, Mrs. W. II. Hill and Amelia Hill for San Diego; Chas. Kendall, Mrs. K. Redewlll and daughter fcr Santa Bar bara; Mrs Miranda List for Lor.ff I Beach; Mr. and Mrs. T. List for Ox- nar.i. Calif.; James H. Howe for Chi cr. go. Those registering at the Ccmrr.erc'al hotel yesterday yere: G. A. Laney, St. Louis; Herman Welisch San Francisco; C. W. Hinchcliffe, Tucscn; R. B. Mc Ginms3, Douglas; L. S. Williams, Williams, Arizona; Helma And! e Tompe. ggBBggs.-i.-HH'll-61.IJLi!AJ.,I.'3ll'WJ Up Over manns ottquet Cigar 25 years America's standard high, grade cigar. No matter how fastidious your friend's taste may be, you need not hesitate to offer him a cigar of this old reliable brand. If he is a judge of quality, he will know that Upmaitn's Bouquet Cigar is soft hand made from the best quality of Havana tobacco . Sold by all up-to-date deal ers everywhere. A ' 1 rsa rasv Era Afa rs& m to n All typical New. York Store cottn ter crowders-each and Come and profit by it every one, Underwear for Women LADIES' LISLE VESTS Low neck and no sleeves. pure white, neck and armholes taped. Richelieu ribbed, nothing like it in to-wr for 20c; Our price, today 6 Sizes : lOcts and 2 for 25cts. Turkish Towels M adras Ginghams 2000 YARDS OF MADRAS GINGHAMS Soft finished, plain or striped; blue, gray, pink or oxbloo I grounds, 28 inches wide, cheap at 12 l-2c: f f Special tcdar, yard 50 DOZEN OF TURKISH TOWELS Firm closely looped, 21 inches wide and 45 inches either hemmed or fringed. 'White or cream, actually worth 25c; For one day, each and Ioiit, 15c m SHORT PRICES ON A LOCAL OPTION CASE Alfred Bacon Said He DranK Informa tion With WhisKey cn the Side. SUITCASES FOR PEOPLE A "LITTLE SHORT" PLANK, the Hatter FLEMING BLOCK A T EAST LAKE PARK EVERY NIGHT TheSPOONER dramatic go. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, "The Gold King. Popular prices 10, 20, 30 and 50c. Dances every Tuesday "and Friday nights free. 19 A Wheel Which Bears the Name of PIERCE There is to be ancther test of the fo called local option law. A complaint was made yesterday morning asainst J. H. W. Jensen, the manager if thi Cornucopia Club, 'charging him with Belling alcoholic liquors within the pro hibited zone. A warrant for h'.s arrest was issued on informat'on by Alfred Racon, a young man living in the east ern part cf the city. Mr. Bacon" is not given to the excessive use of vinous, malt and Fpirituous liquors, but no says he bought a half pint of whiskey of the accused.' Mr. Bacon made the purchase by way of an experiment. He lives nearer the Cornucopia Club thsn he does to any place where hard drinks are dispensed and he was desirous cf ascertaining if it would be possible t obtain relief there in case he was selz ed with a sudden pain in the stomach in the night. Having satisfied himself on that point, he proceeded to make a doub'e use of the Information, which he had secured. There it an organization in and near Phoenix, for the purpose of preserving the integrity of the stcckae which has been erected about th-j town. Mr. Bacon accordingly Informed the members of the -organization that he had discovered a breach in the wall that needed plugging and he was in vited tc become the plugger and swear to the information which he had drunk at the Cornucopia Club with whiskey as a chaser. Mr. Jensen was arraisned and th? trial of the- case was set for next Wednesday. i - ! Fast Sliding i W& Into Favor ' W Try it with Hot Cakes. Its" 1 ! ' ' iJdf Goodness is a revelation. - . W$V y A Breakfast Fare Mfelta (dfr Sweet and Rare. Vfi M Pacific Coast Syrup Co. , . Ho siery for Women 50 PAIRS Or LADIES LACE HOSE In- a large fevts. frwt bla'.-k, strictly Eeasnlesp, stockings that are cheap at 2."c; For one day, pair DROPSTITCHED AND variety of open work of- I9c Men s Dress :hirts Pacific Coast Syrup Co. Fortltad 5aa Prtaclsct Setttlt 1 'I"!"!1 'I1 'I1 'I1 v I PERSONAL. Is a guarantee cf good workmanship Come in Phoenix Cycle Go. 22 West Adams Street. W. E. Murphy has returned home from a ten days' trip in the southern part of the territory. The following named were among the pasengers leaving- last night via the M. & P. railroad: C. R. Sterling, J. R. Pobsont R. E. Easterling, B. Y. Dobbins R. G. Alexander frr St. Louis; Maud Clements, Percy Blair, D. G. Jones for Chicago; R. J. Smith, T. E. Rowan, Alfred Johnson for Los Ange les: C. W. Archibald. T. R. Baker for San Diego; E. R. Rudd for St. Lruisi Mrs. Sims Ely, child and maid, left on this morning's Santa Fe train for Highland Springs, northern California. Miss Helen Ely left on the same train I! J 1 I I I M ti 1 I 9 S 4t S -Q 1 feABH-ys EL PASO MEN'S FANCY SHIRTS Made of nice qualify Percale and Madras, in the season's preitiest striped patterns ana coloring: an perfect fitting, everv si wanted, a bettsr shirt than others eil at 50c; Our price, today 30 c Shoes for Men MEN'S CANVAS EALS Tour unrei of any in the house, usually sold at from 2 to $2.'r, V"niie they last, at pair d ohr: $1.35 Ladies Belts 10 DOZEN OF LADIES' CELTS In Blac v.hite, gray or tan. grain, carved and cn ther or satin a great lot of odds and ends, worth up ia $1.00; while they last today, ca. h k. b: ushfd OW"!, leT- 20c Wash Goods 75 PIECES OF BATISTE LAWNS New. ones, ,"!) inches wide, almost every imaginable combination .Uriped and scroll effects; They arc great values at 10c; Special today, y color 6c 232 THE SALE OF ALL SALES THE REM NANT SALE IS ON BARGAINS GALORE. COME! ft is Promot mm Service After a short ' period of being sliorthanded, we are now again in position to give you the usual quick and prompt service for which we are noted. Look fcr the white wagons. aru I mmnmm''mm'mmm'''m'''mm'''mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlmmmm 3v ':hxkX"W'WM': Kyrene CamtalQupe WITH Jersey Ice Cream Arizona Laundry. Phon Main 39 A delicious down to date dainty at the home of Celerv Vig. ' ' ' ilvey (SL Kloieit 5 and 7 9 vAiaiHbiu.i vr. Cor. Adams X 31 St. SI imnTii-r i rTPnv aa'm i k s a z." i mm n i hi 515 8 tfVl the WAY ?n GREAT SOUTHWEST . . . TO ... ' St. Louis, "The World's Fair City" Affording quick and convenientSchedules and close connections. This is the shortest line to Kansas City, Saint Louis and Chicago, 158 miles the shortest El Paso to Saint Louis. Through Pullman standard and tourist sleepers Los Angeles to Saint Louis via Southern Pacific and El Paso Northeastern, through chair cars El Paso to Saint Louis without change. All meals served in dining cars. Rates are always the lowest via the El Paso Northeastern system. For detailed information call on or address. 4 . ' X ) T.H. HEALY, Passenger Agent. A. N. BROWN, Gen'l Passenger Agt. EL PASO, TEXAS. f HI is what we want YOU TO KOW.i We sell only the best grc - cerics and you im mm) by buying from us. Remember we hara the beet Teas and Coffees for the money. We deliver yea orderi very promptly anywhere In town. Get your CROCER1ES AT FRANK GRIEBFL'S 213-220 W. Washington St. Phone. 431. RIGHT IN THE, CITY Five acres in the Irvin3 Addition, platted, for the small sum of $800, cheap at $1,000. Wat?r in Salt Canal. Now is your chance for a bargain. Remember we write Fire Insurance in the oldest and the best companies in the business. Wood-O'Neill REAL ESTATE COMPANY TEL. MAIN 36S O'NEILL CLOCK 322 ass 4 A trial will convince you that ATTENTION! POULTRY AND STOCK RAISERS Use Royal Poultry Mixture, a sure cure for all diseases and the greatest egg producer on earth. Adevertising price, 50c per package, post paid. INTER-STATE SUPPLY CO., Tempe, Arizona. CLINTON CAMPBELL GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND SUPERINTENDENT P. O. BOX 864 PHONE. RtD 494 Se ENGLISH KITCHEN is the coolest and cleanest place to eat. Private nection. Picnic lunches out up on short notice.. $4.50. 25 and 27 North First street. cimng room in con Commutation ticket STANDARD IRON WORKS, Phoenix, Ariz. Enrjincs, Boilers, Pumps Shifting, pulleys, &mr&mj 4 . ' "angers V a . 3 , ii, v' t-. A s " i 'CIV. 1 f f I' PilOtNIX, ARIZONA I for Kansas City and St. Louis.