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xiiE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY JIORNINO, AUGUST 8, 1904.
I J zsssh rnui liMii,w-4niiJirHffmBmauiM4A inwL ,.,mESani ll.m..J 1-1 -- mm Lest You Forget We Say it Yet We Are Headquarters for Mining' Machinery, Assayers Supplies Builders Hardware Pipe and Pipe Fittings. Powder, Fine Caps, Guns and Ammunition EZRA W. fHAYER. 124-126 Enst Washington Street 127-133 East Adams Street. REMEMBER THE WHITE HORSE IN FRONT. ARIZONA'S EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT The Territory Does Not Suffer by Comparison With the Displays From Other States. . Pt. Louis, Aug. 2. Special Corre londence of The Republican) In vis it int; the world's fair and its many palaces" of line exhibits of manufac ture I wares, fine arts and national jiro lucts of every country in the known uid. it is certainly a great source of j'leasure to me to note the exceptional landing by minute comparison of Ari zona's displays with Chose of other .'.ales and foreign countries. In the great "palace" of education &uJ leani ng- is found in close proxim ity to the exhibit of Pennsylvania, Ncv York, Michigan. Oregon, Idaho and other states of the union in a good and conspicuous location upon the next to the nviia center aisle not far from the center of the building', what I wish to tfiin as Arizona's picture of an ed tfr'itional exhibit. Not so large and be wildcriiiif th it the visitor is lost in its study but attractive, tastefully arrang eJ and complete in its representation of all rhe grades of learning from juve ti'.'nr handwork, without the embellish-n-tit or tinisiiing touches of the In- ble to Arizona interests and the service of Ihe commission. Mrs. Kord says: "There are thirty different schools rep resented in Arizona's educational ex hibit, as follows: "Tempe Normal Iarge oak case containing drawings, note books anJ other work. 'Tempe Public School Relief maps drawn mips and school work. "Flagstaff Normal Pine case of views in and around school and some work from pupils. 'Flagstaff Public School Work of different pupi.'s in drawings and writ ing. 'University of Arizona Two large cases of pictures of the buildings and two frames of letterings of equipment and courses of study. "Tucson Public School Nicely bound volumes of school work in drawing and exercises. "Phoenix Schools Dra wings for wall, three leaf cabinets and bound volume of high school pupils' work. Weaving and construction work. 'Toland District School Work of pupils. "Woodruff School Small amount of work of pupils. "Tres Alamos School work. ' "Honson School work. "Tombstone Drawing and work. "Yuma Kgg shell work. "There are bound books of photo graphs of Arizona s.-hools and framed and unframed photos on the walls. The work compares favorably wih any other school in the respective lines." High tribute is pa.id to Arizona's ex hibits and the tfforts of hjr commis sion by the local press here, ami in my judgment 'her people can well feel proud of tiiieir representation. JOHN V. KNAPP. PHOENIX JUNIORS WON Defeated the South End Athletics in Yesterday's Game. t , ' . . ., , . - r . j UJrwtiwKW! r. - . . - - - - J - e . ' '. ' . - - l " -. .-. -'! vl'-J--; THE WORK OF SCHOOL CHILDREN. rtriKtor, to a state of perfection in the ori 'it drawing aind all the higher tranches of masterful study wrrd mind tultuie, showing most creditably hat the educational system and the t.rogress thereunder in Arizona is sec ond to none of the institutions of learn ing in the country represented at the world's fair in comparison with the ad vantages, population, etc. The exhibit la :ze is about lSxSO with the two nd wind back built to a length of 20 feet, the walls being covered with a trreen cloth upon which are displayed various specimens of hand work, draw ings, etc. The front is of colonial ar chitecture, with four large columns, ftcadtd, and of heavy white, gloss tiaint, relieved with gold stripes mud a heavy granitized metal railing between the columns, with a chain to stretch across between t'he it wo center col umns when clni.sing the exhibit. Mrs. Truest E. Ford, formerly a teacher of Tempe and Florence, but now of Phoe nix, is in charge and in her efficient and courteous reception of visitors wild by indicating to them in detail the meritorious points n the exhibit and illustrating the progress made by th pupils in the different schools, she is proving quite valuable and indispensa- i and work in iron. "Luckeye Ff'io of maps. "Lehi Collection of work of pupils. "Mesa Collection of work of pupils. "Alma Manuals of school work. "Jerome Fine collection of drawings and booklets of Tvork. I'rescon one bound volume ol graded work und one book of sewing. "St. John's Work of different pupil?. "Martinez Work in rafia and one manual. "Globe Worx of various pupils in easayn-'an 1 drawings. "Peck Lake Small booklet of sohoDl work. "Nogtales Four wall maps and tied manuals of school work. "Wilcox Work from the sevei il grades in the school. "Williams Hooklets of school work. "Winslow Bookkus of school work. "Glendale Small book of drawings. "San Xavier Wall drawings, copy books, and one essay. "Bisbee Nicely illustrated covers for the essays and school work. "Phoenix Indian School Three love ly Navajo bla.nkets, work in drawing and writing in the different grades, Picrturps in and around the school. iJueiy emoroiuery, ana carved desk THIS Is what we want YOU TO KNOW.I We sell only the best gro ceries and you save money by buying from us. Remember we hay the beat Tea and Coffeea for the money. We deliver you order very promptly anywhere In towa. Oet your . ii.fr GROCERIES AT FRANK GRIEBEL'S J 18-220 W. Washington St. Phons 431. TO FINISH THE SEASON "I Do You Like Good Clothes The Thoenix Juniors, p. kid nine that was defeated at Congress last Sunday, and hitherto known aa the Crescents, achieved a creditable victory at East- lake park yesterday by tavumping the South End Athletics by a i-core of 1 to 4. The superior team work of the Juniors ajid the star pitching of Gra ham, who struck out fifteen during the contest, brought home the laurels and retired the Athletics to n. rear pew where they may remain in shamefaced obscurity while the Juniors are le- trieving their lost honor with Congress, Graham had good control and pjlled his teajn out of feveral bad hole.-, on particularly dangerous, when with the bas full ami thret? balls on the bat ter, he fanned out his opponent. The Athletics played erratic ball, comm-iiled numerous fumbles, and could not connect with the b.-nde.-.i served by the Junior pitcher. TU -y started out well, but lost their pivsiige in the second by taking an aeiial High, and allowed seven Juniors to find the home plate. The Congress visitors are scheduled to cro.-s bats with th? Juniors at Eaut lake next Sunday and will face a haiil proposition in attempting a second de feat of the local kids, who are hoping to return them to their place In Con gress a wiser but much wearier aggre gation of ball players. The score by Innings : 12345C789 . Phoenix Jrs 1 7 0 0 3 0 0 4 x 13 S. K. Athletics 1 0000030 t 4 Following is the lineup in yester day's game: . Phoenix Juniors. S. E. Athletic?. The well made and perfect fitting is the kind we make and would like to interest you in. You know a man's appearance; counts for every thing. We keep the most exclusive pat terns on the market. You will never find them in ready ma le j styles. A -trial or der will "convince you ! that we are the up- to-date tailor and j know what we say we back it up. Our. fall line will soon be here. We have taken j spec j :.l caie in se- 1 leuting the latest ' Pj Kvelties for the com ing season. Before . ) ordering we knov. jjj you will give us aM c.ill, where you have always teen j p. treated right. HONESTY und fai:- , j ceainig nas always Decn our mo.;.o, D. NICHOLSON Importing Tailor. YOU need a medi um priced suit, one of our FAULT LESSS FITTING two piece suits will fill the bill most satis factorily at a moder ate cost. These garments are STYLISHLY TAIL- IS 0RED in the most popular shades of flannels, wool crash es, homespuns and cheviots, broad con cave shouldered coats, spring hipped pants. Fhon R.1 965 HATS... y I Kero P.. McFarland 11. Haldwlra .. F. I'orter .3b.. ..cf. ..If. , .s. E. Graham p. C Miller 2b. J. Michael lb. H. Ianley rf . . McFall c. ... (1. Rogers H. Gasy.auer . . J. Rennet t . . C. Maticks D. Dominlck .. B. Thom.n . W. Vincent J. Long S ISyers MAJOR COLE AT ADRIAN i ! ICE COLD WATERMELONS OWR FACILITIES for serving you with the bett the market affords In eatableu 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 re headquartera for OOOD THINGS TO KAT. THROW away your old hat and 1 new CRUSH IUT light and fortable two grades, SI.50 AND $2.00 buy a com- OXFORDS HO 01) K shoes look bad ? We have a u good assortment of NOBBY 0X T0R0S, in patents, velours, Russia calf, etc" $1.50 TO $5.00 S.J.TRIBOLET, GOLDBERG BROS. CO. EXCLUSIVE OUTFITTERS FOR. MEN AND BOYS. Corner Washington and First Streets. PITTSBURGH PERFECT" 110-116 E. WASHINGTON ST. FH0NK HAIM l. B9B&3EG9! OUR 'BUS 1 the first on the rn.id, and the best and quickest. I'p to date and on time, ready at any and all times. Charges Free. Willis & Branaman, Florence. Ariz. rare Is to love children, and not home can be completely! happy without them, yet the ; ordeal through which the ex pectant mother must pass usually is so full of suffering, danger and fear that she looks forward to the critical hour with apprehension and dread. Mother's Friend, by its penetrating and soothing properties allays nausea, nervousness, and all unpleasant feelings, ana soprepares the -system tor tae ordeal that she passes through the event safely and with trat little suffering:, as numbers have "testified and said, "it is worth its weight in gold." $1.00 per bottle of druggists. Bock containing valuable information mailed free. IKE BJIADFIOJ) REGILAT02 CO.. AL'mU, G. MACHINE WORKS. KUNZ BROS. & MESSENGER. All kinds of Machinery built and repaired. We have a complet. ftntfit of tools for reboring Engine and Pump Cylinders without remov ing them from their foundation. First clans work guaranteed. Becond hand Machinery always on hand. Telephone lied 823. Cr Second and Adams SU. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Receives Letter Telling of Marvellous Chicago Miracle. The Daily Telegram of Adrian, Mich., publishes a.n interesting article in which the nme of Major Cole, the evangelist who will be rtmemliered by many Phoenix people is mentioned. The article follows: Two Sundays ago, while preaching, Maj. Cole rtad an article from the Ram's Horn; alyo k-tters fiom Rev. Dr. G-ray and Dr. Jac-oby, of the Moody Bible Institute, concerning tiie young man Renfro, of Chicago, who defied Clod to strike him deaf and dumb if there was a God, and who immediately fell to the floor deaf and dumb. The major has the following state ment from the physician who was call ed. Chicago, June 21, 1904. Dear Sir: Replying to youis oi" the 11th, the account as given in dally press Is correct. The man was yet on the floor when I arrived, and did not talk, and said by writing he could not hear; but I gave It as my opinion that it was but ai passing nervous at tack, functional only, but as ho has not regairfed either faculty yet, it puta a different phase on the matter. Scientifically, It Is hard to explain his affliction, since ho lost both hear ing and speech; for the centers in the brain which control these- two facul ties are not close together, and there i are centers In between these two which preside over senses and facul ties which he did not lose. Other than the loss of hearing and speech, he was that night, and Is since, all right. Following his remarks, the time was opportune for a visitation from God; whether it was or not, I do nut pretend' to say. Too many are tOt quick to make rash statements to dis believe and blaspheme. And, as I say, science does not offer a good ex planation in tills case, so I fclve the facts and al!ow your own. conclusions. Respectfully, Otto G. Draper, M. D. o They talk of majority rule in thl.i country. It's a joke more than hal the time. r L S. Wakelin Grocer Co. DISTRIBUTING DEPOT FOR FENCES, ALL GALVANIZED STEEL WIRES. FOR FIELD, FAR!! AND HOG FENCiNG. THE CKLY ELECTRICALLY WELDED FEMCL EVERY ROD GUARANTEED PERFECT. The DURABLE Fence, None so STRONG. All large wires. Highest EFFICIENCY. 1 Ml T S T y "V S T m ir, 1 .26,Mf iu v lap to hold Moisture and cause TmsBCBGH raaFEcr" Fescixo. (Special Style.) Absolutely STOCK PROOF. We can SAVE YOU MONEY on Fencing. CALL AND SEE IT. CLARK - PRATT VEHICLE CO. ?-Q"' ' ! J -J ) : ZZHjj - - ' " CALICOES The new fall line of calicoes has arrived and consists of 'hundreds of patterns in all colors. 'Many wo men who make their own comforts will appreciate this immense show ing as it is by far the larsor.t as sortment of prints we have evar owned. Then we also have the stylos suitable for wrappers, chil dren's dresses, etc. Now Is a good time to buy if yo.i appreciate variety. TOILET DELIGHTS "We're still "harping" on that tod let article question and it's surpris ing how many people we have con-v verted from the Idea that good toilet articles had to como from a drug store. You'll find all the better kind here at all times and usually at a smaller price. There are a etouple of new things came in the other lay that we would like to 'have you try One Is a floating bath soap nt He a cake The other is .a v,klot toilet water at 2re a bottle. Both are making a "hit." t .'j Leather Bags . Suit Cases, Etc. There's not a very big line of bags here but it's a good chance to get one cheap whether you ned it right now or not. We liave no "imitations" here all are as represented, that Is we will not sell you a paper maohe bag and try . to make you think it was made from a gator. All bags are now priced like this: $5.00' qualities f3r $ 3.50 J7.00 qualities for 4.75 $S.05 qualities for $ 5.50 f 10.00 riualities for 6.65 $15.(10 qualities for $10.00 $20.00 qualities for ...... ...$13.50 The first comers will have the b?st picking of course. n j v TH 5 BEST ALWAY5" j k iikhLUt T imil I., II if- ii .-rw;,JLinm'tf.lJUa.l.lll raErrgroBl.f'!.ffl.viL m.nwaabmmmmmymx mm .i.i.i.ii.iw