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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MOKNING, JULY 11, 1904.
I k. ... COME AND DRINK 20 th Century SANITARY SODA from our Big New Soda Fountain The fountain selected for exclusive use at the world's fair, Saint Louis, be cause of its Absolute Protection to Health. Syrups .in sterilized .glass containers on ice in plain sight. No corrosion. No germs. Delicious. Be Sane Be Sanitary and bring the chil dren. The Berryhill Co. Cer. Wathlntfton and First SU. IF YOUR WATCH TROUBLES YOU Tou just trouble us. We are author ity on watch troubles.. If you are troubled by not having a watch we can remedy that also. GEO. H. COOK, Jeweler 134 W. Washington St. 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 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, 110-116 E. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE.MAUf 61. 3 t Ladies' Attention! Original and Only Genaiae French Tansy Wafers. Far sale by leading" DrarfrfUU. $2 par bos. Accept anly caods an I ap in yallaw wrapaara wit Crewn trade marK. REM I RITA IT a 1.1 aw... WaelecaleBIetail. B0MI1. ARIZ. J t lssa-WaWaa aagflf SHORT PRICES ON SUIT CASES FOR PEOPLE A "LITTLE SHORT" CM : PLANK, the Hatter FLEMING BLOCK T EAST LAKE PARK EVERY NIGHT The SPOONER DRAMATIC CO. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, "The Gold King." Popular prices 10, 20, 30 and 50c Dances every Tuesday and Friday nights free. A Wheel Which Bears the Name of PIERCE Is a guarantee of good workmanship Come in Phoenix Cycle Co. 22 West Adams Street. Sf. LOCAL III. INTEREST BUMPED OFF A young woman fell off the merry-go-round last night, and was slightly Injured. BOARD MEETING Tonight Is the date set for the meeting of the membeis of the board of trade "to discu"s3 the Bard question. - - NEW JAIL FOR BISBEE A cos tract has been let for the building of a new branch county jail at Bisbee. The contract pric is $10,SS3.50. HELD TO ANSWER Ranger Kid der who beat up two or three men- In Bisbee with his gun, has been held to answer to the grand jury on one count, the bail being $1600. On- two" other counts he secured a change of venue to Tombstone for a preliminary hearing. A DOUGLAS ROBBERY A white man and a Mexican held up T. S. Rob inson's fruit store in Douglas at mid night between Thursday ami Friday and secured about $200 in cash. There is a belief that their identity is known but the men wanted cannct be found. RETURN OF GOVERNOR BRODIE Governor Brodje is expected to arrive In Phoenix early this week. A telegram was received from him last Friday, saying that he would leave Pennington N. J., where he "accompanied Mrs. Bro die, on that day, and he would come through to Phoenix without a stop. QUARANTINE OFF The quaran tine that was made by the 'board of health 'against the JPapago Indians, has been raised and the natives will once more be allowed to visit the city at pleasure- The smallpox among the Papagoes It Is beHeved has been suc cessfully stamped out. MR O'BRIEN RESIGNS Frank O'Brien, who for a long time has filled the two offices, probate Judge of Co chise county and superintendent of the territorial .industrial school at Benson, has resigned the office of probate judge giving as the reason that the bu.;in-3s of the school requires all his time now. ARRESTED Gertrude Morgan, co lored, was arrested yesterday by the police for un-seemly conduct on Sout'a Seventh street. , It seems there is a limit even in that odorous vicinity be yond which residents thereof are not permitted to go. The accused deposit ed cash bail for her appearance in couri today. WHY HE CAME BACK Mr. W. B. Cleary who -went to the coast several weeks ago has returned. Mr. Cleary i explains bis unexpected reappearance by saying that last Friday he received a macaroni telegraph from W. R. Hears saying that the way things were going in St. Louis he would be unable to support him In luxury any longer. NO NEWS OF IT HERE The Tombstone Prospector says It is re ported that the sentence of Eredta. otherwise known as Chappo, stated to be hanged there for the killing of Ar thur Wight, an officer, has be.n com muted to imprisonment for life. If that be true no information to that ef fect has been given out at the gover nor's office here. . BAND CONCERT Notwithstanding the fa;ot that the streets of this town are no longer crowded on business days. and some days look almost lonesome, the people have not ail rone away. T here -.vas a crowd out to the band concert last night that seemed to be almost as large a-s the assemblages that gather when the outing season is not on. A HUNG JURY The murder trial of J. M. Gould at T:mbsUne, resulted in a hung jury. Gould was charged with shooting from ambufh and 'Sill- Creates good-will between buyer and seller Schilling's Best at your grocer's, and moneyback. Upmann's Bouquet Cigar Over 25 years America's standard high grade Cigar. Aftr dinner cigars should be the best. Offer your guests this old reliable brand of highest grade cigar. Up manti's Bouquet Cigars are strictly hand made by the very best adult workmen and pronounced uneqiialed by lovers of fine goods who have smoked them for years. Sold by all up-to-date deal ers everywhere. 6 SIZES : iocts ing a man named Frank Caldwell on a mountain road just about a year ago. The evidence it Is said, was all circum stantial. Another murder trial, Erio Thornquist, defendant, was finished in Tombstone on Saturday, but the ver dict Is not known here yet. Thornqu'st killed a man named Blumm. AN EASTERN TRIP Mr. and Mrs. II. JNf. Kennedy expect to leave Tues day via the Santa Fe for an eastern trip that wil keep them away from home till about the 15th of September. They will go first to Colorado, stop ping in Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver and from there go to Minneapo lis, Minn. Mr. Kennedy, who Is con nected with the Phoenix flour mills will make it his special business to study milling methods in the great flour city. From Minneapolis they ex pect to tour the great lakes, or some of them at least, visit Csicago, and takj in the St. Louis exposition on the way home. TWO TERRITORIAL FIRES A D&maginjf One at Clifton Another at Tucson. There- were two destructive fires in the territory last week, one at Clifton and tho other last Friday night at Tucson. Concerning the Clifton fire the Copper Era says: The first severe fire to visit Clifton since the burning of the concentrating plant five years-ago, came as a finale to the gayety of the fourth of July Mon day night between the hours of 11 and 12 o'clock. The flte was first dis covered In a ' Chinese laundry on the west side of the street, but It had gained such headway that It was found impossible to subdue it, and soon several adjoin'ng buildings were alsa in lames. All of the buildings on th;U side of the street were frame struc tures, and burned like tinder. The blacksmith shop near Frank B. Lalna's law oflicMi was torn down, otherwise the building occupied by Mr. Laine and the Wright residence would h-ave gone, and then undoubtedly the Cliftoa hotel and the bank buildings, the Cabi net saloon and the Fashion barber shop would also have burned. The flames soon spread across the street, and the old adobe buildlnjj extending from Townsend's taMor shop to the Central hotel, was soon on fire and could not be saved. Th Central hotel -was saved only Dy groat- and heroic effort. Tne hotel p-operty was damaged to the ex tent or -ibout $2,000, which was covered by insurance.- Townsend's tailor es tablishment was also damaged, but not to any groat extent. The njxt room io th. tailor shop was occupied by the office of the Polaris company. Secre tary Niccolls, with the assistance of others, managed to save all of tho company's books and papers. alo the office furniture. Raber's jewelry store and news stand came next, and wa3 badly damaged, though the family residence in the rear was not Injured. Next came. Simpson's residence, whih was ruined, though most of the furni ture was saved. Wiley E. Jones' law office adjoining was also a s.ud wreck, but the library wa3 -mostly saved. Mrs. Wright's residence, between the "law off?e and the Central hotel is also In ruins. On tho west side, where the fire started, everything was swept clea:i from Frank B. Lalne's ollice to' the Lone Star restaurant, which included a blacksmith shop, -the Capital restau rant, Chinese laundry, the U. S. restaurant, a Chinese store and laundry, Pascoe's undertaking estalWishment. another restaurant, " Dean Beshlitich's restaurant and carriage shed." ' IT-wo Chinamen were burned to-death. The following is the Star's account of the conflagaration at Tucson: "Flames breaking out last night com pletely ruined a part of the manufac turing section of the Tucson, Sash, Door .and Mill Co., corner of Sixth ave nue and Eighth street, and will prob ably result in an estimated loss -of $3,000, partly covered by insurance. The alarm was first sounded at 9:13 and was promptly responded to. By tho time the firemen reached the blaze the entire building, occupying nearly half a block, mas one seething mass of and 2 for 25 cts TEETH OF CHILDREN Few mothers know how vitally important Is the care of a child's first teeth. The beauty of the permanent set depends almost entirely upon it. SOZODONT TOOTH POWDER I - ' " - - .-1 , ....... grit does not scratch the enamel. Do not experiment on baby's teeth. Insist on SOZODONT. 3 FORMS: LIQUID, POWDER, PASTE. flames.and only the hardest efforts pre vented them from spreading to the buildings surrounding. . To check them was practically impossible and about all that could be done was to keep them from reaching the other buildings nearby. After the main part of tha structure had burned and had fallen to the ground the flames on the re mainder of the wood work .were easily quenched. "There are no means of telling of the origin of the fire. Some advance the theory that it was started by, some tramps who might have been sleeping In the corner on Eighth street, where the blaze was first noticed. The man ager of the company had no idea as to the origin. "The section of the company's busi ness which was destroyed iby last night's blaze is used for the manufac ture of the articles they put on the market. Little else beside unfinish ed material and the machinery was In that part of the building with the ex ception of a horse and delivery wagon. Efforts were made to get the animal out of the turning structure but it was imj-ossible to da so. "The other buildings, though located within but a few feet of the flame damagod one, suffered no loss. In this building were located the offices and were stored about $15,000 ; worth of stock. Water was turned on - that building, thus protecting the roof and the heavy ateel doors and -wIndow on the rear kept the flames from reaching the stock. At 11 o'clock the fire was practically extinguished." WHEN THERE WERS FAIRIES One night as he was coming homfr with a jag on, James Skilton. the char coal buner, fell onto one of his own pits and got a roast that made his wife a widow. Later on, w-hen she found that she was going to die of grief, she called her daughter May, who was only five years old, and said to her: "You will be art orphan and Without money, but If you are a good girl you will at last come out right." The child wept and entreated her mother to take some sort of a spring tonic and live on and set up a boarding house, but the "old lady felt that she had business elsewhere and she accord ingly died. Had the landlord of the house, who had been getting his rent right along and refusing to make any repairs, been a man of heart he would have sympathized with little Mary and made her his typewriter. Instead of doing so, however, be went over to the hut with a club in hi-s hand and called out "Out you go', you red-headed nuis ance and if you know what's good to your health you'll move on!" Mary did not plead and weep. She saw that it was no use, and that her tears had better be saved for some other occasion. In an hour she had taken to the highway, but she had not gone over ten miles when a stout, fat woman rushed out of a roadside cabin and grabbed her by the hair and ran her in and slammed her down on a chair and said: "Henceforth this Is your home, and should you fail to work for eighteen hours per day and get up at four o'clock in the morning I'll smooth you out with hot flatirons and poke you up with brad-awls and darning needles." In her new home the orphan was overworked, underfed and cruelly used. It would take too long to tell you how many times she was walloped with a hot poker or m'ade to walk around on hot coals, but it is sufficient to say that She grow thin and poor and didn't take, any interest in seeing circus wagons go along the highway. At last one day when she could just stagger about, and her ears iwere so thin that you could read a laundry bill through them, she had the misfortune to drop the teapot and break off the spout. With fury blazing In her eyes, the woman ran to the fireplace after a quart or two of molten .lead, ovhich she alays kept handy in a pot, but Just as she started to throw it over little Mary the door opened and a fairy entered the room. In one minute she seemed ito under stand everything, and In another she had the cruel old woman by the back of the neck and was holding her nose In the hot ashes. When she had sum moned seven black cats to claw and bite her. and when she had made the tyranrtess walk on nettles and broken glass a nd drink a quart of carbolic acid, she turned and took the orphan girl by the hand and led her away. From that time on Mary dressed in silks every day, had sweet cakes at every meal and custard pie three times a week, and in the end she married a nrince who bought her $5 shoes, JS brass bedsteads, and $J0 hats, and she had but to express a wish for a hot water bag or a box of face powder and it' was hers' at once. DOUBTLESS. "Do you believe thait two can live as cheaply as one?" he asked, for the rea son that he undoubtedly wished to know. "Yes," replied the fellow who draws more fool questions than his share, 'I believe that most any two men could live on what my wife spends." Chica go Tribune. HOPEFUL He After I am out of college, dar ling, I may have to wait a few months before I can make enough to suppoit you. She It is so hard to wait. He (bravely) I know it. But of course you know the world doesn't know anything about me et. Brook lyn Eauie. DAY Are, noteworthy merchandise "you need up - to respect. Underwear for Women LADIES' LISLE VESTS Low pure white, neck and armholes taped. Richelieu ribbed, nothing like It In for 20c; Our price, Monday -. , Turkish Towels 50 DOZEN OF TURKISH TOWELS Firm and closely looped, 21 inches wide and either hemmed or fringed, white cream, actually worth 25c; For day, each Hosiery for Women 50 PAIRS OF LADIES' DROPSTITCHED AND LACE HOSE In a large variety fects, fast black, strictly sea-mless, stockings that are. cheap at 23c; one day, pair Men s Dress Shirts MEN'S FANCY SHIRTS Made of nice quality Percale and Madras, in the season's prettiest striped ; patterns and colorings; all -perfect wanted, 'a better shirt than others sell at 50c; Our price, Monday -. THE SALE OF ALL SALES THE REM NANT SALE IS ON BARGAINS GALORE. COME! Prompt ervice After a short period of being shorlhanded, 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.-' Arizona Laundry. rfcan Mala 39. Car. Adams 3d Su THI Is what we want YOU TO KNOW, We sell only the best gro ceries and you save money by baying from os. Remember wo baro tho bosf Teas and Coffees for tho money. Wo deliver you order Tory promptly anywhere In town. Get your GROCERIES FRANK GR I EBEL'S . 218-220 W. Washington St. Phone 431. - HOW SHE GOT EVEN. These advertisements apreared in the Nanaimo Free Press of British Col umbia the other day. NOTICE. I hereby give notice that from and after this date I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by my wife, Geraldine Wall. J. J. WALI Nanalma B. C. June 14. 1004. MOTICE. I didn't know J. J. Wall had any credit except saloons and breweries. GERALDINE WALL..' OFFERINGS Each and every item speaks of neck and no sleeves. towr Special Monday, 43 inches Ion; or one 15 of. any in the house, usually sold at from $2 to $2.75; While they last, at pair .- 10 DOZEN OF of open work ef vhite, gray or For' 19c ther or. satin a great lot of odds and ends, worth up ta $1.00; while they last Monday, each , , 75 PIECES ones, 30 inches fitting, every size 30c combination, striped and scroll effects; They are great values at 10c; Special Mondiy, yard. . V i TRADE TOPICS .t. .. .-. .T t t . fTTTTT fTTTTT For correct prescription work try Dowd's the little drug store with th little prices. Opera house block. Women and girls who hare been un fortunate and are In need of a home and friends can find them y address ing Crittenton Home, Highland addi tion. Phoenix, Arlzos. Strangers in Phoenix it will pay you to look up Dowd's, the little drugstore with the little prices. Opera House block Tom's American Kitchen 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. MACHINE WORKS, KUNZ BROS. & MESSENGER. AH kinds of Machinery built and repaired. We have a complete outfit of tools for reborlng Engine and Pump Cylinders without remov ing them from their foundation. First class work guaranteed. Second hand Machinery always on hand. Telephone Red 82S. Cor Second and Adams 8ts. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. A trial will &e ENGLISH KITCHEN Is the coolest and cleanest place nection. Picnic lunches put up tT $4.50. 25 and 27 North First street. fr4iii.aS"H"H' 'I' ! '1' fl-frH 4"frH"H"l' ! H... 1 1 H 1 1 b STANDARD IRON WORKS, Phoenix, Ariz. Enjjincs, Boilers, Pumps, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers Foundry and Machine Shop 45 .1 11-,' - date in every! Madras Ginghams 2000 YARDS OF MADRAS GINGHAMS Soft finished, plain or striped; blue, gray, pink or oxblool grounds, 28 inches wide, cheap at 12 l-2c; . f yard. Shoes for Men MEN'S CANVAS BALS Your unrestricted choice $1.35 Ladies' Belts LADIES' BELTS In Black, brown. tan, grain, carved and crushed lea 20c Wash Goods OF BATISTE LAWNS New, -rt wide, almost every imaginable ' coW VAC CLINTON CAMPBELL GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND SUPERINTENDENT P. 0. BOX S64 PHONE HED 494 PHOtMX, ARIZONA ATTENTION! POULTRY AND STOCK RAISERS Use Royal Poultry Mixture, a sure cure for all diseases and the greatest egg producer on earth. Adevertlsin price. 50c per package, post paid. INTER-STATE SUPPLY CO, Tempe, Arizona. convince you that ? to eat. Private dining room in con 4. on short notice.. Commutation tickets i '- r" ' : (