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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN", THURSDAY MORNING, JULY . 28, 1904.
WHERE ARE
YOU
GOING?
To RerryhiU's for a drink of soda
water. Wo always go there lor their
drinks are always so cold anil refresh
in;.; no matter what drink you call for.
Then too they use only the best crush
ed fruits ami fruit juices mon?y can
buy. They don't figure on the cost
but live quality. Then too everything
is so nioe and clean around their foun
tain and everything in plain sight.
The Berryhill Co.
Cor. Washington and Firt Su.
1T Q Easily discouraged? Things look
A CrVOUSl dark? Can't sleep? Restless and
tion,
worn out.'' "Nervous exnaus
your doctor says. Ask him to tell you all about
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Sold for 60 years.
J. C. Ayer Co.,
Lowell, Jtfaas.
DEATH OF FRANK HOLME
The Famous Artist Expired at Denver
Yesterday Morning.
SHORT PRICES
ON
SUIT CASES
FOR PEOPLE A
"LITTLE SHORT"
PLANK, the Hatter
FLEMING BLOCK
Frank Holme, the artist, died at Den
ver yesterday morning at 8:43 o'clock.
Mr. Holme, who had lived in Phoenix
since a year ago last fall, left here
for Denver about a month ago, hoping
that the climate of that region might
prolong his life a few weeks, but those
who saw him on the night of his de
parture did not believe that he would
live to reach his destination. Not long
after his arilval at Denver a telegram
was received lrom his wife who was in
Chicago saying that she had boon sent
for to go to the bedside of her hus
band. During his biief stay in Phoenix Mr.
Holme made himself a part of the
( iimmunlty, and there was no one in
it more generally beloved. He came
here a sufferer of tuberculosis, which
had already reached an advanced
stage. There was for a time an appar
ent Improvement of his condition and
hi friends Loped that he might not
have come here In vain. But for six
months before his departure his decline
was steady and gradual. Most of the
time of Mr. Holme here was spent
on a ranch near the city surrounded
by similarly afflicted newspaper men,
artists and actors, and in this congen
ial company he said he was passing
sane of the most enjoyable hours of
his life.
In his illness lie was never idle. De
fore he left the east fellow artists
actors and Journalists, among whom
were Geo. Ade and Kirk LaShelle form-
As an Investment,
Diamonds are most excellent. They
i . ..r u t,.. j(:-a.e. wear out or fall In
i : . They can alwbys be realized
i :n:nc li;itr!y. When you buy dia-
;i ls i .irr.e fvre. Then you'll b
- ..! you get what you je-.y f.-r and th it
i: j iv no more than you ought to.
CCO. II. COOK, Jeweler
134 W. Wellington St.
Mony back says: lam Schil
ling's Best ; I am true and good
and as fine as is worth while ;
if you don't think so, your
grocer hands you back your
money.
DR. FRANK V. WOODWARD
DENTIST
Room 5 and 6 NICHOLSON BLOCK
Opposite the American Kitchen
ed a syndicate to assist him in the
prosecution of his work. The P.anciar
Dog Press was organized and from it
weie issued the "Poker rtubuiyat," and
a series of stories by George Ade. Mr.
Holme, by the way, had made some of
the illustrations of Ade's Fables, al
though the greater part of this work
has been done by the famous John T.
McCutcIieon. Mr. Holme gave an in
teresting series of chalk talks at the
Don is theater in this city. The only
other work of a local character lie per
formed was the illustration for the Re
publican of the hanging of Rentaria
and Hidalgo at Piescott a year ago.
John Francis Holme belonged to the
higher class of newspaper artists. His
performances were never "frowsy" or
anateurlsh.
His work was of the same finished
character as that of McCutcheon and
Derryman. Eut his work was not
wholly confined to newspaper Illustra
tion, for many of his performances
with the pencil have been highly prais
ed. Mr. Holme was born at Corinth, W.
Va., in ISfiS, and was educated in the
public schools of Keyser, of the same
state. He worked on a country news
paper until 3S4 and on a civil engin
eering corps a year later. He became
connected with the Wheeling Register
as nrtit and reporter in 1SS5 and re
mained with that journal for two
years. The succee-ling two years he was
with the Pittsburg Pres? and it was
then that he first came into public no
tice as a newspaper illustrator by his
delineation of the scenes of the Johns
town flood. He was subsequently con
nectfl with the Chicago Saturday
Dl ade, the Chicago Times, the San
Francisco Chronicle, the Chicago Post!
the Chicago Chronicle and the Chicago
Daily News. That was his last active
work with any paper. He started the
Chicago Schrcl of Illustration, which
is still in existence under the manage
ment of Mrs. Holme..
RAIN AT THE RESERVOIR
That Whole Region Redeemed From
the Drouth.
Livingstone, Ariz., July 25. (Special
corres pondence to t he Republican.)
From i resent indications it would seem
that this pait of the Salt River valley,
at least, is about to be blessed by
the long looked for rain. The storm
which prevailed last Filday n'ght Was
a very heavy one, and if the rain con
tinues, the prosjx-cts being good at tht?
present tune, it will be of inestimable
value to the surrounding country and
the valley. There was a very good
shower on last Wednesday evening, but
Friday night's rain was a reminder to
the Inhabitants of the "good old sum
mer, time of '91." It began falling
about six o'clock and continued una
bated until well alonj in the morning.
About ten o'clock that night, the oc
cupants of headquarters camp weie
aroused from their slumbers by s-omc-one
giving the alarm that the camp
was Hooded, and all hands jumped out
of bed to ftnet . that the ground was
covered by two feet of water. The
Hooding of the camp was caused by the
uprising of Pinto creek, which or a
ljng time had been merely a dry liver
bed, but inside of a few hours Pinto
ran live feet deep and a quarter of
a mile wide, caused by a cloud burst
up at the head of the creek.
Heavy rain also tell in the Sierra
Anchas, but it did not do any damage
to the saw mill road. Heavy show
ers up Tonto creek made Tonta run
high and Salt river rose several feet
in consequence.
The heavy rain did no material dam
age to the Globe high line road except
wash out a few small culverts, which
can easily be repaired. The Phoenix
Roosevelt road between Harpham's
and Fitzgerald's camps, suffered some
slight washouts but the damage i of
no consequence.
Cattlemen in the surrounding coun
try who have seen their cattle die by
thousands this summer had almost giv
en up hope for any rain, but It may
be that relief is close at hand, for a
continuance of the rain will soon pro
vide nn abundance of feed in tho
surrounding hills.
All the foremen working on the
Phoenix-Roosevelt road report the
work progressing rapidly and if the
rain continues It will result in filling
the tanks between Fish Creek hill and
Mormon flat and make it possible to
work on the read between those
points.
J. K. Patton, who has the contract
for packing the supplies from Mesa to
the different road camps, has put on
an additional train of twenty burros
and he will be able to transport a
much larger quantity of supplier? from
now on.
The work on the power canal is pro
gressing rapidly. Practically all of the
tunnel work on the upper division of
the canal line is completed and the
work of concreting the tunnels Js well
under . w ay.
Scherer & Co., who have the contract
for the grading of the power canal,
are wot king a force of about three
hundred white men ami about a hun
dred and fifty Pima Indians. The
concrete conduit, erossii.g the Dee
wash, is completed and Inspector Da
vey reports that he work of pitting
In the culverts will begin some time
during the coming week.
The general health of the V. S. O.
S. is fairly good, considering the
weather, although the .engineer in
charge of Roosevelt, C. R. Olbcrg. and
Dr. Palmer, the government physician,
are both laid up with an attack of
typhoid. Mr. Olberg Is convalescent
end it is hoped that they will both
be up and around again soon. R. A.
Gher, clerk at the sajsv mill, has also
suffered a slight illness the past week
ar.d Is recuperating In Globe.
Last Sunday a very enjoyable picnic
was held at Indian Springs In the
Sierra Ancha mountains. The party
was composed of A. L. Harris and wife,
the Mioses Parker and Miss Mamie
Wolfschlager of Detroit, Mich., and
Steinway Verteg'rand
(Trade-marked)
From the first appearance of the new York-grand
competent judges have accorded it continuous ovation.
The extraordinary enthusiasm thus elicited has al
toeMier exceeded our anticipations. Yet knowing the
science and experience that have pone into the construc
tion of this marvelous
$550 Piano
we oupht not to have been purpiiscd, for the Vertegrand
as it stands, expresses in form, beauty, tone and power
the realized ideal of fifty years. It is a revelation.
Arizona visitors in l.os Angeles are most heartily
invited to call and inspect both this marvelous piano, and
. our complete stock of musical instruments of every sort.
Besides the Steinway we are selling agents fop Kranich &
Bach, Estey, Emerson and other of the world's best makes of
Pianofortes.
GEO. J. BIRREL GO.
Steinway. Kranich EL Bach
and Cecilian Dealers
345-47 S. Spring St., Los Angeles
HIMIU!lW!!WillWWiii.mMaBiaEnm
aa
Norman Schemerhorn, Walter LupkJfi
and Finley McGuire, of headquarters
camp. O. T. Reedy and Walter Reidy,
who had bv-Oii spending a week's vaca
tion at .h;? "ic.-t iaiu. i:i tie1 moun
tains, also attend. 1 the picnic. The
day was sient hi sightseeing, the scen
ery in the Sierra Anchas being espec
ially fine. The paity also visited the
Cottonwood canyon anil the Natural
corral, 'which is consider, d by some
peoi le ;o p( s-ers as muck inteiesting
scenic features as the Grand Canyon
of Ar-lzona. WALTKR RK!DV.
When some one you dislike dies and
goes to heaven, do you wonder if they
are taking a mean advantage of you
by telling about you? Atchison GIoIk'.
When'a man does quit smoking, how
proud he is of it! Atchison Globe.
&
Take time, run your eye through this list of special bargains, it will be to your advantage to pay us a visit during this sale of
argams
Great
Special
B
Silks and Dress Goods
GENUINE SHANTUNG PONGEE 27 inehes wide,
regular price tl.00.
This Kale, a yard ...
SWIVEL SILKS AND LINEN TISSU ES Regular
price $1.30,
This rale, a yard
WHITE SWISS AND LENO STRIPE LmWNS Regular
priics up to 23c, , '
This sale
WHITE WAISTINGS Regular prices up to
r.Oc. This
Sale
LOT OF FANCY DOMESTIC PONGEE '
regular price 7."c,
This Sale, a yard
72c
21c
10c
25 c
35c
CORSETS
h.iie, pair
CORSETS
D. corsets, standard price 9 1.25, this
LADIES' TAPE GIRDLE HOSE SUPPORTERS Attached, regular
price 75c. this sale
DR. WARNER'S HEALTH R. & G. American Dady, Thomson's and glove
litting. in black, white and gray, all the best makes, worth
up to 11.75 this sale, p.iir
65c
49c
glove
15c
5HOES
ONE THIRD OFF ON ALL MISSES AND Ci..-J 0 CAN DALo .',Nr
SLIPPERS.
LADIES' HAND TURNED RIBBON TIE SANDALS
regular price $2.50,
This sal.?
LADIES' SPRING HEEL ONE STRAP SANDALS
Regular price 11.75,
Thin Rile
LADIES' HAND TURNED BUTTON SHOES Regular
Pi i e J2..-.U ar. 1 $3.f0,
TU.s Kale
A DIG LINE OF MEN'S CANVAS BALS
Regular price 12 and 12.50,
Ti.is ii.ile
MEN'S BUCK BALS AND OXFORDS-r
Rik Holes Iti tan and pearl, regular
Prl.-e $3.:.o, Thi.s Hale
25 PER CENT OFF ON ALL OTHER LINES OF SHOES NOT MENTIONED.
$1.75
95c
$1.25
SI. 10
$2.15
Ladies' Hosier; and Underwear
MISSES' LISLE THREAD AND LACE HOSE Regular price
25c, This sale
LADIES' BLACK AND TAN HOSE This sale,
pair
LADIES' FANCY HOSE The very latest shades, regular price 75c,
While they last
MISSES AND BOYS' HOSE All sizes, regular price 10c, this
sale, pair
LADIES' SLEEVELESS VESTS, regular price 23c, this
sale
LADIES' VERY FINE LISLE VESTS Sold for 23c, this
sale
LADIES' LoNG SLEEVE VESTS Small size only, in ecru,
regular price 50c, this sale
LADIES' UNION SUITS Sleeveless, umbrella style, regular price
40c, this sale
LOT OF MISSES' VESTS AND PANTS
for -
LADIES DRAVERS Umbrella style, lace trimmed, small sizes
only, regular price 25c, this sale
!2kC
6c
...23c
VAc
.,15c
..20c
.25c
...10c
...15c
For Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Goods Take a Look in tiii Window
23c
39c
93c
LADIES' MUSLIN UN DERWER-Ladies'
hemstitched drawers, regular price
35c, This sale
LADIES' CORSET COVERS Ml sizes, regular
ptice 50c,
This sale
LADIES SK(RTS, GOWNS AND CHINESE EMBROIDERY
andVlace trimmed, regular price
J1.25, This sale
Gloves
LADIES' PURE SILK GLOVES All shades, regular price 50c,
This Sale ,
BELTS Ladies' Leather Belts, sample line, values up to 75c,
This Sale
MILLINERY Dig line trimmed
hats
!..39c
.... 15c
$2.00
ES3SX
..IOc
...8c
.5c
.. .6c
Akc
.. 10c
Domestics and Staples
EXTRA FINE FRENCH GINGHAMS Regular price 20c, This
Sale
FINE ZEPHYR GINGHAMS Stripc3 checks and plaids, regular
price 12 l-2c, this sale
ZEPHYR GINGHAMS Regular price 8 l-3c, This
Sale
APRON GINGHAMS Regular price 8 l-3c, .This
sale, yard
ALL CALICOES
This sale
HEAVY CHEVIOT SHIRTING
for
SHEETS! SHEETS! SHEETS!
54x90 Cot Size, regular price 50c, thi3 sale 35c
72x30 Double bed, regular price 63c, this sale 50c
Slx90 Double bed, regular price 75c, this sale ...60c
90x90 double bed, regular price 83c, this sale 65c
TUFtKISH BATH TOWELS Size 18x40, regular price 35c pair, 7r
This sale, nair LO
BLEACHED DAMASK 60 inches wile, regular price, 73c,
This Sale, yard
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES Finevalenciennes laces up to five Hn
inches wide, values up to 20c, This Sale 2v
ALLOVER LACES Regular price up to 73c, This
Sale
leu's Clothing
MEN'S SUITS That sold for $22.50, J23.C0 and up to
$30.00. This Sale .
MEN'S SUITS That sold for $16.50, and up to $20.00,
This sale
MEN'S SUITS That sold for $11.00 and up to $15.00.
This sale
MEN'S SUITS That sold for $S.50 and up to $10.00. This
Sale
MEN'S STRAW HATS All straw hats that sold for $1.00 and
up to $1.50. This sale
UNDERWEAR FOR MEN Men's mercerized Shirts and Drawers, AZn
all colors, regular price 75c. this snle tcJW
MEN'S EXTRA FINE MERCERIZED UNDERWEAR (Drawers only) co
lors Iavendar and flesh, regular $1.25, This ()0C
ALL OF OUR 50c MEN'S UNDERWEAR 2lV,C
This Sale , '...Olit
,50c
VAc
35c
$16.50
.$11.20
..$7.95
..$5.65
50c
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