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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH SI, 1905.
JftS 0 SUBSTITUTE
NEWS FROM THE BASIN
Ad Accidental Shooting at Roosevelt
a Week Ago Last Sunday.
Livingstone, March 13 (Special cor
respondence of The Republican.) Miss
Lena Cline -was accidentally, shot last
Sunday at Roosevelt. by J. L Ander
son. They were out at target prac-
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Awarded to the "Baldwin" and
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ies over all competitors, for tone
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THE PIAPJOLA PIANOS
. With the WEBER, STECK andWH EELOCK actions. (The Aeolian
company having bought these famous plants.) The ORCHESTRELLE
and VOCALION, also the MASON . HAMLIN, BEHR BROS., FISCH
ER and other first class pianos. Don't allow irresponsible dealers to
deceive you with bogus "Chickering," "Decker," and other inferior
makes of pianos with rretty cases which are palmed on you as high
standard pianos. You can procure any such Instrument from us at
$175. CO TO $200.00
Don't throw your money away on such trash that will not stand this
climate three years.
Victor Talking Machines $15, $20, $25 and up.
' Music, Folios, Stringed Instruments.
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1 2224 VV. Washington Street.
element of Happiness. To prevent sickness and enjoy the comforts
of life you should equip your sleeping apartment or dressing chamber
with a snowy white, one-piece
Porcelain Enameled Lavatory
If you will call we will take pleasure in showing you the
"J$tnixPf one-piece Lavatories and other fixtures of the same manu
facture we have displayed in our showroom, and will supply you
with information required to secure a perfect plumbing job.
1" v'--t AHam? St. Phoenix, Ariz.
tice, shooting with a. 22 Winchester re
j peatin: ritle and Anderson was ex
: plaining the mechanism of the gun to
j Miss Cline, when the gun from some
unaccountable cause went off, the bul
let hitting. Miss Cline in the thigh,
making a painful tliough not dangerous
The much talked of horse race be-
twfen H. Cooper's horse Brownie, and
Co - il .Oil, owned by some laborers at
Sherer's camp, came off Sunday. The
TWO GRAND PRIZES and num
erous medals at SI. Louis exhibi
".JStatidaisf Lavatories are
made in numerous beautiful
designs and are free from
cracks and crevices, thereby
providing sanitary conditions
in the highest possible degree.
By installing a "jjftattdaisf
One-piece Lavatory in your
sleeping apartment or dressing
chamber you will be provided
with a scource of comfort not
otherwise obtainable. To
have running hot and cold
water as desired at your touch,
will prove a source of delight
race was held at the course near Liv
ingstone, and was run before a great
crowd. Coal Oil was not in the same
class with Brownie, though he carried
mora weight, which was a decided dis
advantage for he is a very small ani
mal, though probably very speedy with
a light-weight rider. He was ridden
by a colored man, who weighed about
150 pounds. The Cooper horse was
ridden by Franz Cooper at 137 1-2
pounds. The race was for 300 yards
with $150 as a purse. The start was
ask and answer, Sam Hinton and Ceo.
Shute being Judges. A good many false
starts were made, but after fully one
half an hour of Jockeying for a start,
the horse got off. It was Cooper's
horse's race from the start. Coal Oil
not being able to carry his heavy
weight rider in any kind of a run.
Prownie won by about twenty feet.
The same horses are matched for a
race to come off In about three weeks,
as a good many people were satisfied
that Coal Oil could do better than he
did. The purse in thl3 next race will
be for $300 over, the same course, al
though Coal Oil will have a much
The -Inclement weather still contin
ues, heavy rains occurring almost daily.
The Gila Valley, Globe & Northern
railroad has had its share of misfor
tune this winter, the road being
washed out continually by each suc
cessive storm. Globe 13 suffering a lit
tle famine on account of the Inability
of the railroad to get freight into (he
town. Over 500 cars of merchandise
for Globe and vicinity are held up all
the way from Bowie to the coast,
and the railroad people will give no
expression as to when the road will be
ready for traffic. A train was sent
through to Globe yesterday, the Ilrst
one in some time. but the weather
is very threatening and it looks as If
there may be another downpour at any
time. All wagon roads are in fright
ful shape, and freighters will not haul
the little supplies there are to haul for
love or money. There is a great scar
city of forage of every kind in Glob.i,
and all stock is being turned out on
pasture until hay and barley can be
A man named Ful'er attempted to
make a crossing at the ferry on Salt
river near Livingstone on Wednesday,
but when half way out in the cur
rent, the pulley on the rope stretched
across the river failed to do business,
and to add to his terror one of the
ropes on the boat got loos. and the
boat was wung broadside with the cur
rent, lie was in great danger, as the
water was fast filling the boat. No
one was at hand, but Ills agonized crie3
for help brought a crew of amateur
j life savers from the survey camp at
Livingstone, and with their assistance
and others who came upon the scene
he was released from his dangerous
predicament. Salt river Is now m a
very dangerous condition. It is not
only very high, but the water has
swept in under the banks to such an
J extent that they cave in for a dis-
i lance of several feet as soon as anv
heavy object walks on them. The rlv-
i er is still on the rise, and in all prob-
l ability will remain so for some time
, as the recent storms have covered the
mountains with quite a depth of snow
! which will keep the river up, even after
I the rainy spell is oyer.
Tonto at its confluence with the Salt
at Roosevelt has been a roaring tor
I rent for a long time, and has even
.- been larger than the Salt at intervals,
! TO CURE ACOlD IN ONE DAY.
I Take Laxative Brorno Quinine Tablets.
Ml druggists refund the money if It
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
' on each box. 25c
Attend the Cosing out tale at Balke's
Big Curio. Everything at your own
' Go to Dan Curry for notarial work
ami all kinds legal blanks. Wickenburg
The Orpheus society will give Cor
ven's "Rose Maiden" at its concert.
March 31 at the Dorris opera house.
Reserved seats CO cents. The chart
will open Tuesday morning, March 2S,
AMALGAMATED GOLD MINES CO.
Visit or Capt. MeeKs, Who Is Moving
600 Tons of Machinery.
Captain William F. Meeks who now
claims his home in Martinez, Ariz.,
temporarily at least, was a Phoenix
visitor yesterday. Captain Meeks was
formerly a man of war and earned his
title in the field, during the late un
pleasantness with Spain ami the Fili
pinos. He went through tile Cuban
campaigns with the 71st New York
volunteers and later served In the
Philippines with the 26th U. S. volun
But in recent years he has devoted
himself entirely to the arts of peace
and manages to keep something doing
wherever he is located. He was for a
long time in charge of the operations of
the United Gold and Platinum Co.,
operating in the Grand Canyon dis
trict. That corporation Is one of sev
eral mining enterprises of which the
central figure is 11. J. Beemer of New
York. Another as most people in these
parts know, is the Amalgamated Gold
Mines Co., operating at Quartzsite,
Martinez being the railroad station. It
is with that company that Captain
Meeks is now associated his special
business being the placing of the ma
chinery at the mines.
A big m!ll is in course of construc
tion and there is now at Martinez and
arriving, about fi0 tons of machinery.
Captain Mccks says he hopes to get all
his machinery on the ground in a very
few weeks, though just now the roads
are in bad shape and it 13 almost 1m-
Robbed by Coffee
Thir.k it Over.
Ma!-rs Red Blood.
possible to move anything, owing to
Tht. iiiintaito r-amn Is another of
the rich mining- district centers that
will be very close to the Arizona &
California railroad now under con
struction. WHAT IS CATARRH?
Hyomei Cures this Common and Dia-
' agreeable Disease
Kvnmsl rum itarrh bv the simple
method of breathing it into the a'ir
passages and lungs. It kills the germs
of the catarrhal poison, heals and
soothes the ii-Htater! mucous mem
brane, enters the blood with the oxy
gen and kills the germs present- tnere,
effectually driving this disease from
If you have anv of the following
symptoms, catarrhal germs are at
work somewhere in the mucous mem
brane of the nose, throat, bronchial
tubes or tissues of the lungs.
offensive breath huskiness of voice
dryness of the nose discharge from
rain across the fthe noae. th
r pveg stoppage of the
. nose at night
pain in back of the acnIng- of the "body
head, droppings in the
pain In front of throat
the head mouth open while
tendency to take Bleeping
cold tickling back of
burning pain In the the palate
throat formation of
'hawking to clear crusts In the
the throat nose
pain In the chest dryness of the
a cough throat In the
stitch in the side morning
losing of flesh loss of strength
variable appetite spasms of cough
low spirited at lng
times cough short and
rallng of frothy hacking
mucous cough worse nights
expectorating yel- and mornings
low matter. loss in vital force
difficulty in a feeling of tight-
breathing nes3 across the
freonent unrer part of
sneezing the chest
Hvomel will cure the disease, des-
trov activity of all germ life in the
respiratory organs, enrich and purify
the blood with additional ozone, and
after a few days use of this treat
ment the majority of these symp
toms will have " disappeared. In a
few weeks the cure will be complete.
Catarrh or catarrhal colds cannot
exist when Hyomei is used. This is
a strong statement, but II. Goodman
emphasizes It by agreeing to refund
your money if Hyomei does not cure.
American Cleaning Works removed
to 38 S. Center, opposite Commercial
Indian baskets and blankets at less
than cost at Balke's Big Curio.
A big day at The Wiley B. Allen Co.
new store. Three pianos and one piano
player the first day of -their ten days'
'1' 'I1 ItHlttl Mill
,14 4 . ; .U 4
Those registering at the Hotel
Adams yesterday were: Rose I. llot
tinger, Santa. Rosa. Calif.; James Odell,
Albuquerque; F. H. Iangdon, Denier;
George K. Bretherton, Present t; W. E.
Geach, II. C. Willis. San Jose. Cal.;
W. S. Drxlds. Montreal. Canada; S. K.
Baker, Washington-, D. C; W.. II. Con
stable. Kl Paso.
Those registering at the Ford1 hotel
yesterday were: O. L. Geer, Martinez;
Captain Wm. F. Meeks, Marline::; H.
G. Carter, LI Paso; J. A. Wells, New
ton; F. A. Weage and wife, E. G.
The following named wore passen
gers on thi.-? morning's north bound
Santa Fe: J. H. Douglas for Sacra
mento; Andrew Small and wife for
Wichita; J. M. Vaughn and wife for
Lockwood, Mo.; C. O. Leon for San
Bernardino; John Rhodes, P. J. Cor
nell. Jno. A. Cornell, J. W. Outmar. A.
McNulty, Geo. W. Kane for Los An
geles. . o
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A brief comic opera season of three
nights and matinee to be given by the
Beggar Prince Opera company at the
Hardwirk theater opens next Thursday
night with "Fra Diavrilo." The Du
luth Herald had the following to say
in reference to a recent performance
in that city:
" 'The Adventures of Fra Diavolo' as
presented at the Lyceum last night by
the Beggar Prince company, found a
better production than they had been
led to expect from-the prices charged.
The play was a more meritorious one
than some that have drawn full houses
at the high price schedule.
The piece is In very capable hands,
and there are some pleasing singers
In the cast. The choruses make up
In quality what they lack In quantity.
George Byron Brontl took the part of
Fra Diavolo, the bandit chieftan, with
much credit to himself, and his singing
met with sparks of appreciation from'
the audience. He also answers all the
requirements as far as personal ap
pearance goes. Two characters that
were productive; of much amusement
were Beppo and Glacome, taken by
Jack Spalding and F. A. Wade. As
followers of the bandit chief, their cos
tumes were suitable, and both were
clever actors, having a. droll way with
them that was' most effective with the
audience. Wade received several en
cores In his funny songs.
Irene Palmer made an attractive
Zerlina, in love with LoTrenzo. the
handsome captain of the carbineers,
which part was well handled by Frank
W. Walters. Jack C. Taylor appeared
to excellent effect as Lord Alcash, the
English tourist who gets In trouble
with the bandits, and Gertrude Hutch
inson made a fine impressions as Lady
Alcash, his bride. Lucretia Lee and
Ida Mumford made good as Roberto
and Mother Matteo."
The Beggar Prince will be given on
Friday, Girafle-GiroHa for the Satur
day matinee and Olivette Saturday
night. Reserved seats on sale at
Goodman's. Prices $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c.
Wifey What do you think of my
new hat? Doesn't it look like a dream?
Hubby It looks more like a month's
salary to me. Philadelphia Record.
NO DELAY NECESSARY
Prosperity Already Here if People
nly Realized It.
Dr. O. L. Geer of Martinez was in
the city yesterday and. as usual was
bubbling over with enthusiasm con
cerning Arizona's fine pro-pects in
general and tha Fpeclally pleasing con
ditions that obtain in the vicinity of
Martinez and the country he is op
erating in. He was sidetracked from
his favorite subject long enough to
make a very encouraging answer to
an interrogatory concerning his opin
ion of this valley.
He said he thought the Salt river
valley had the finest prospects of any
place he knows of. " He said that if
he had fewer mines and more money,
he would surely invest it In this vicin
ity. But that was not intended as any
lack of confidence in the mines, It was
only, to illustrate his idea concerning
He laid a great deal of stress on the
fact that the Roosevelt dam and the
assurance of a through railroad line,
removed every element of doubt about
the future. He says that ever since
he has been In the country he has
noted that one wet year was followed
by another and perhaps two or three
of them so he feels sure there will nev
er be another shortage of water for
irrigation. The present year is already
a certainty and he thinks there can
scarcely be a drouth next year and af
ter that the reservoir will be ready
for use. He says that though the
rains have rather stagnated business
temporarily he looks for considerable
activity in a business way thi3 spring,
before the usual summer outing sea
son and next fall there should be the
beginning of a business expansion such
as most people hera have little con
ception of. That he says Is not only
his feeling but is the comment of vis
itors generally who have studied con
ditions. The doctor is strong on railroads.
He says the same thing that is going to
make Phoenix a hustling and an Im
portant city, namely the through line
of the Santa Fe, Is going to spread
prosperity across the desert west of
Martinez and Wickenburg, the section
he ia operating In. For five or six
years he has been talking railroad
and waiting for the realization of his
hopes and now he is beginning to see
results. The Arizona & California
building west from Wickenburg. and
which Is to become a part of the Santa
Fe through line. Is already within sight
of his mines, or rather the mines of
the Arizona Gold Co. of which he is
manager. He says that within a month
there will be a depot within three miles
of the properly and he predicts that
the road will be completed to the Col
orado river by fall. It Is the need of
cheap freight that has been holding
back the desert which is seamed with
ribs of rich mineral bearing rock and
now there is to . be a railroad right
through the heart of the mineral coun
try. What encourages Dr. Geer more
than anything else is the favorable
opinion the railroad engineers seem to
hold of that section of the country,
both as to its resources and its fitness
for the maintenance of a railroad line.
There are several of them in the era-
A famous English physician ( who requests that
his name be withheld from publication) says of
"In cases of slow digestion, lack of stomach
tone, and debility, this food isv invaluable."
Now for tHe reason;
The great bulk of human food is starch in some form bread, pastr', potatoes, rice
cereals such as oats; wheat, rye, barley, etc.'
This class of food supplies "energy" if it be properly digested, but there's the rub.
Starch and sugar in food are digested by the liver and intestines. When these organs are
overworked or become weak, then the foad is not entirely digested and lies in the warm
moisture of the body until it decays, producing gas, and therefore disturbance and incipient
disease of the liver and intestines and frequently appendicitis.
To meet this trouble Grape-Nuts was invented. In it the starch part of wheat
and barley is transformed by long soaking,' warmth, and time into sugar just the same
method as the body employs in digestion. Hence when one eats Grape-Nuts he eats a
predigested food, ready for immediate digestion and assimilation, supplying the body with
the needed food elements in a soluble and delicious form.
The London Lancet" says :
"The features worthy of note in our analysis are the excellent
proportion cf proteid, mineral matters and soluble carbo-hydrates
per cent. The mineral matter was rich in phosphoric
acid. Grape-Nuts is described as a brain and nerve food,
whatever that may mean. Our analysis at any rate shows that it
is a nutritive of a high order, since it contiins the constituents
of a complete food in very satisfactory and rich proportion and
in an easy assimilable state."
The food is naturally pre-digested by heat, moisture, and time.' The diastase is th is
produced, and the transformation of starch into sugar accomplished.
A perfect food for persons with weak intestinal digestion ani who neel, but cannot
fully digest, ordinary bread and starchy food.
For athletes, brain-workers or the weakest babe-
(For Infants, Pour Hot Water Over Three or four teaspoonfuls of the food. Use that Water With a Trifle of th
Food Dissolved In It.)
"There's s. reason,"
K!K TIMES CUT Of TEM
ITS CAUSED BYCQKCESnC)
vegetable gums which soothe,
v. . s
Stop tho Ache with an
ploy of the railroad company and they
have been making careful surveys.
They are competent men who; report
when finished will mean something.
One of the engineers is a Mr. Dickman
who was a partner of Mr. Mackenzie
who was murdered In January In So
nora, in the so-called Yaqul massa
cre to which so much space has been
devoted by the press of the country.
SUFFERING ENDS IN DEATH '
Mrs. Emit Canz Passed Away Tester
Mrs. Bertha Ganz, wife of Emil Ganz.
died yesterday afternoon about 3:15,
at the family residence corner of
Fourth avenue and west Monroe street.
Mrs. Canz has been ill for a long time,
seriously so for the last year and last
summer spent some time In California
for medical treatment. The end there
fore was not entirely unexpected
though It was hoped there might be
improvement and further lease of life.
"Mr. and Mrs. Ganz were married in
Kansas City twenty-two years ago.
Mr. Ganz then being a prominent citi
zen of Phoenix, having been in busi
ness here for some years. They came
here at once and this has been their
home continuously since then. They
have three children. The eldest. Syl
van Is twenty years of age and Is now
a student at the University of Arizona.
The secnod child is Julian aged 12
and the third is Aileen, an eight year
old girl. The two youngest are at
Mrs. Ganz was forty-eight years old
and has been for many years a well
known person In Phoenix society,
though of a retiring nature and large
ly by reason of ill health, not taking a
particularly active part in social func
tions. She was universally respected
and her greatest interest was In her
The simplest, easiest and
'f-.J most effective remedy
for this most common
complaint b in sUIcJck's
Porous Plaster. Millions
have been cured cf back,
trouble during the past half
century by this wonderful,
healinir. strenrthenir..": and
pain relieving plaster.
REMEMD E R AUcock't PlasUtt re rr--trrd
not to contain bc:latonna. opium or n
poisonous ingredients. 1 hey aie mi ie f U-
strengthen and care.
children to whom she was ever attent
ive and devoted.
She was a member of the order f
the Eastern Star under the ausplct-s f
which the funeral wil te held at the
family residence at 3:30 oclo.-k Wed
THE GODDESS OF THE RAiN.
Who has seen the queenly form.
With grace abounding.
Of her who rules o'er rain and st r:u
Or who has ever heard
Her softly spoken word.
Or footfall sounding
Faintly on the desert warm,
Where lavish courier-breezes stirred?
Yet all have seen her marching horih-s.
And caught the flashing
Of their keen and flaming swords;
The rumbling chariots fleet.
The warriors dull drum bat
We hear, as lashing
Their hearers on, her hosts ru.i to
wards The quiet mead and busy street
No one discerns the ruling hand
That sends the lovinje
Waters o'er the desert land.
But yet her banners greea
In all the valley scene
Are brightly moving
In vales where troops a radiant ba:J
j Beneath the scepter of its queen.
And marshal they triumphantly
J With bugles blowing.
And aU unseen and silently
The dainty blossoms start.
J And where the sunbeams dart.
With tears free flowing.
Life comes to desert and the lea.
j As love unto the waiting heart.
When a mrn hasn't seen a rretiy
girl in twenty years it would bt ttt-r