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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1 0, 1905
POCKET KNIVES RUST
BADLY THIS WEATHER
With all our H. & B. (Humason & Eeckley, Xew Britain. Conn.,) pocket
knives, we give free a fine pocket knife purse or case, which prevents the
knife from rusting; when sola separately these cost 15c and 20c each. The
II. B. line of knives we buy direct from the factory, saving all middle
men's profits, and the pi ice is much lower than similar grades of goods
could be bought for. We consider the H. & R. line the finest knife in the world;
they are fully guaranteed, and we have not been asked to replace one in at
least two years. Drop in and look them over.
We carry a fine line of razors from 50c to $4.
Gillette Safety Razors $5. Blades $1 dozen.
Old style safety razors your own price.
STAKEHOLDER OR BAGHOLDER
Another Suit Arising from the Thode
Typewriters, Sporting Goods.
HILL'S SEED HOUSE.
Phone Red 513.
W. Jeffercon St.
Tom's American 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 tim com to Tom'i ntw Amer
33 North Center Street. Phoenix. Arizona.
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25 and 27 NORTH FIRST ST.
CLEAN UP TO DATE SERVICE, AMERICAN STYLE WE SERVE
EVERYTHING THE MARKET AFFORDS. COMMUTATION TICK
ETS $4.50 PICNIC LUNCHES PUT UP ON SHORT NOTICE PRI
VATE DINING ROOMS FCR FAMiLIES AND PARTIES
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FZRST-CIvASS. QUICK SERVICE.
pec Sol Dinner on Sunda) w
S3 Worth 5?:rst Svcnua Phoenix. SHscn?
BEALS, C. C. McEWEN,
C. i-AUVER, Mgr.
What excuse have you given your
customers fr late delivery or damaK
e.l goods? When y..u know that if y:i
.vend them by the Pi.-.n-.r TiansiVr Co.
they would be in time and bandied t.
the utmost satisfaction of both the
shipper and the conyignee.
When. Piesident Emil Ganz of the
National Bank of Arizona consented to
act last fall in an affair between F. V.
Thode and Charles L. Hall it was his
understanding that he was to occuov
the position of stakeholder and not
holder of the bag. He is now a defend
ant in two suits one filed by each of
the bettors. The first suit filed
some months ago by Mr. Thode was
for the recovery of his share of the
stakes. $200. Yesterday f-v Hall filed
suit for all the stakes, $400, with in
terest from Nov. 14 last.
On Nov. 4. Messrs. Thode and Hall
happened to meet and happened to ex
press varying views regarding the out
eonie oi ine oiorauo election, it was
the opinion of Mr. Thode that Governor
Peabody would be re-elected by a
handsome majority. Mr. flail who is
a Coloiadoan and thought he knew
something about the politics of the
Centennial state was certain that Alva
Adams would pass Peabody just as if
the latter were tied to the fence. The
informal expression of these contrary
opinions didn't settle anything. It was
then determined to make them worth
while by backing them. Mr. Thod
bolstered his up with Jih'iO and Mr. Hall
came i:i with a like amount.
Then they entered into a written con
tract which in view of the historic ter
mination of the Colorado election ap
pears to be somewhat indefinite. One
of them agreed to pay the other $200
if Peaboly should be elected and the
other agreed to contribute to the other
J20t if Adams should be elected. The
contract failed to state who sb"ld be
the final referee In the event of a dis-;
pute fiver the election. It is only cer
tain iiiat neither ---- Adams
is governor by virtue of that election.
But o:i Nov. 14 Adams appeared to
be elected and Mr. Ganz who was hold
ing the money sent Mr. Hall a check
on the bank for $400. Soon after that
Mr. Thode' who had come to believe
that the election' of Adams was only
apparent iiiid not real formally noti
fied the . stakeholder that he had ---sclnued
his agreement and demanded
the return of his share of the stakes.
On Nov. 22, the check which had been
issued to Hall was presented at the
bank and payment refused. It Is to
compel the payment of that check that
the suit of yesterday was brought.
This case piesents features some
what different from the ordinary cna
In which a bettor seeks relief. In the
only case ever passed upon by Judge
Kent In this county there was no de-
i cisioii though it was left in the power
of the stakeholder to turn the money
i back to the bettors. The court could
not pass upon the merits of a horse
uncommon attitude of the judge.
Among 'the charges mentioned iii the
International dispatch is one that the
location of the federal court at Globe
was In consideration of the provision
for him of a residence free of ehargo.
Cut lawyers here say that thev do
not believe that anything will be dis
closed against him reflecting upon his
honesty or his morality.
A great deal of complaint has been
made by those who have had cases
before him of his unfamiliarity with
mining ana irrigation law, which nev
er figured in the practice of courts in
which he had practiced. Many judges
who have been sent here have betrayed
a like unfamiliarity at the beginning,
but in nearly all cases such litigation
has been transferred to some other
judge familiar with the law in cases
of that kind. Judge Tucker, however,
It is said, has not only refused to
transfer such cases, saying that he
would work them out himself, and at
the same saying that he would not be
guided to a great extent by authorit
ies, since they are conflicting.
Another subject of complaint has
been the alleged tendency of the Judgo
to discuss pending cases out of court
and to make rertectionij upon the at
torneys engaged In them.
Judge Tucker is now spending nis
vacation at his former home in Nebraska.
Newbro's Herpicide Destroys the Dan
druff Uerm and Prevents Baldness.
A .New. Lot Oxfords Just in
Champagne, Patent and Vici Leathers for Ladies
We have the best assortment in the city
Don'f Forget Our Hosiery Stock.
Quinine and rum and a whole lot of
other things, are pleasant to rub on
the scalp after washing it free of dan
druff, but not one preparation of the
general run cures dandruff and falling
hair. It Is necessary to kill that germ
to be permanently cured of dandruff,
and to stop falling hair. Newbro's Her
picide will positively destroy that germ,
so that there can be no more dandruff,
and so that the hair will grow lux
uriantly. "Destroy the cause you re
move the effect." Sold by leading drug
gists. Send 10c in stamps for sample
to The Herpicide Co., Detroit.. Mich.
IT. Goodman, druggist, special aent.
Phone Main 274.
PKoenix, A. T.
"GOSART" ON A TANK IS A
Hurry Up" Jobs
D0NT SCARE US
AN UNEXPECTED DEATH
THE PIONEER AND
AND STORAGE GO.
Corae and see our
S2.25 Glass Waisr Sets
FOR REXT One of the best located
cottages at Iron
A. Mai shall.
Springs. Apply to J.
UlS flour sale bow on. McKee's.
If there had been no other suit than
that in.ititiU. .1 by Tbo.V against the
stakehohb r this matter would piob'h
lv !iae had a similar ending, but the
check which hid been lsue.J to Hall
and for the payment of which lie now
sues complicates the situation and will
probably compel the court to pass upon
tin; validity of that document.
Passing of Mrs J. B. Alexander in Los
Angeles on Monday.
to Cope with
See MclCec-'a flour price today.
For Arizona The Santa Fe.
THE TUCKER CHARGES
Some of the Accusations
Against the Judge.
producer and consumer I
For fresh milk cows for
ply at Hoshe's Restaurant.
The better way Santa Fe.
212 E. Washington Street
After a man past.es fifty it is impos
sible for him to get up any enthusiasm
about anything but bis troubles.- At
WHY PAY MORE?
32-34 W. Washington Street.
with us for it's 'the ideal sum
mer beverage, .'
It quenches the thirst.
And we've just received a large
shipment which is going at
The latest issre of the Douglas In
ternational publishes what purpot ts to
(be a special dispatch from Globe reia
! tive to the investigation by the de-
I artment of justice of the conduct .if
jJinige E. A. Tucker of that diU:.
jit has been known for a lone time
jthat an inspector of the department
I has been in the territory looking i:uo
stories which have reachnd the de
jparlment about Judge Tucker, and il
was announced that he would be in
j Phoenix some time this v.eok. Mem
! bers of the local bar have received
letters from official sources concern-
big the charges, and they have beer.
; requested to assist the inspector in
Jjij getting at thi lin'toni facts.
j Some of the charges in the Intern a
! tional dispatch are of a scandalous
I character, and lawyers who know
i something of the private life and hab
! its of the judge :;ay that they do not
j believe them. Cut one of the charges
I made is a lack of dignity on the part
of the judge, and the department is
said to be in possession of a snapshot
Of the judge while he was hearing a
case. The photograph is said to rep-ie:-ent
him with his feet cocked high
on the judicial desk and with a cigar
in his mouth. Lawyers wiio are
neither friendly nor unfriendly to him
say that elevation of th feet is not an
A telegram wr.s received here last !
evening by George V. Brown, super- i
intendent of irrigation on the Mari- i
copa and Pima reservations, from J.
15. Alexander, who is in Los Angeles, j
bearing the distressing news that Mrs. i
Alexander died on Monday. The news-1
was a shock to the many friend.; and I
relatives of the fjrniiy here, as it was j
entirely unexpected, though it was!
learned on Sunday or Monday that j
the was finite ill. I
Mr. a n.i :Ir:.. Alexander went to I .on ,
Aiiift-ks about a iiioniii a;o. w hi re she
was placed in a ho;! ll.il pelldint; the
arrival of an expected heir. A week
ago yesterday a biight-eyed girl baby
was born, and so far as known is ?tiil
a healthy and vigorous child. Kvery
thing seemed to progress satisfactorily,
and Mr. Alexander, having very urgent
business at the agency, returned home.
Monday he received an alarming tele
gram from the attending physician,
and left at onc, driving to Mesa and
catching the evening train south, pre
sumably arriving Tuesday noon, to
iind that Mrs. Alexander had pa.vseT
away several hours before. Hi:; mes
sage to Mr. Hrown announces that he
will return next Monday, from which
it is presumed' that interment will be
made in Los Angeles, where the family
has many friends.
Mrs. Alexander was well known and
highly esteemed in Phoenix, which
had been her home the greater part of
the time for many years. Besides the
infant daughter and the sorrowing
husband, she leaves a 12-ye:.r-o!d son
id mourn ner untimely ieilii.
We don't charge
GOSART PLUMBING CO.
Phone M l:S5.
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THE O'NEILL MONUMENT
First Slletch Submitted to the
A Skin of Beauty ia a Joy Forever.
Wouldn't it be
i nave your misrnnl stop
ev.-i lasting kicking about
is always the
day just right
same, day after
all the time.
tablespoon full in a tumbler
of water makes the drink that
calls for more. It's so easy to
make pine apple clarique, cherry
and raspberry flavors and
would be pleased to send you
bottle toda.y for
Verily, verily, more and more
It pays to trade at McKee's
T. Felix Gour&ud's Oriental
Cre&m or Magical Be&utifler.
Jir;klij.i, Ja.tti 1'atcl.in,
Kaii, mid Sian llt'upLi
aud f very blemirh
on bi-utjr. uud tie
lies ueiectinn. It
liiis ntuud the test
ct .7 yeara, hd1
Is so hunnle- we
Is properly made.
Accept no counter-
feit of similar .
Lame. Dr. L. A. i c!on
r.i. :i mu m
lauv of the hnut-
ton (a patiect):
" As you ladiea
"viil use tljinj,
'Rournillt'a f'rpn:n' as tlio 1iart harmful of nil the
Bkln Dreritr3Uin.' Fr.r Rale t,v all dmiryiKt and ani'V.
Goods Dvaleri In the United Stales. Canada and Europe.
FEID.T.HOPHHS- Prep., 37 Great Jones Sirset, KewYark.
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An ideal sketch suggestive of a mon
ument to the memory of liuckey
O'Xeill has been received by the com
mission in charge of preparing to erect
this memorial, and is now on exhibi
tion at the drug store window of the
Burke hotel, says the Journal Miner.
Instead of the ligure of the dead hero
of the Cuban campaign, a statue of
liberty is the predominant figure, the
sketch being simply sugges'iv of the
architect's idea of an appropriate mon
ument. The contributor is Architect M. J.
I'itz JI a honey of Xew York City, who
is a brother to J. V. Mahoney of I're.
cott. formerly city engineer. The de
sign is a handsome one, the base be
ing drawn in a manner to allow of a
heroic statue. It has been placed In
a conspicuous place to permit of every
one seeing it. in the hope that all who
are interested in the proposed monu
ment will pjss opinion upon it. thus
giving the commission some idea of
what to adopt in having the work done.
Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock the
commission will hold an important
meeting at the chambers of Judge.
Sloan, who is secretary of the commis-
It is expected that definite plans
mward iorwarJing the subscription to
this fund will be adopted, and that for
the ensuing threa months an active
campaign will follow that the funds
needed may be secured. It is not at
all unlikely that the sketch received
from this Xew York architect will be
AT A FEAST
1L-A !.... ...'1 1 n.
in..- nitti, e...ie. Hunger. lo ;m
your home fare a constant temptation
to even jaded appetites, order your
meats from the Hurley market. There's
never any need to select the cuts. You
cannot choose for yourself as well as
we can select for you. Just indicate
you: want and we'll fill it to a charm.
Quality first, prices second.
has been Hie foundation for many a happy home will be for many
more. If :nu do not live in your own home, you must, of necessity, live
in someone's else home, and no oilier home is half so sweet or half so
homelike as the one over which you are lord and master.
If you haven't the money necessary to furnish a home, that need
not deter you, or hinder you from setting up the family altar, and en
joying the sweets of connubial bliss at your own fireside. Our gener
ous creuit plan of furnishing homes IS GENEROUS beyond your ex
pectations, so generous indeed that we will start you off with a home
furnished complete if you will only promise to pay in the future.
If you already have a home and some of the furnishings are worn
tind need replacing, our generous credit will be gladly extended to you
fo:- anything you want.
Y.'rite to us. and we assure you your letter will receive prompt
Southern Pacific Co.
followed by numerous otners. a'.l prob
ably suggesting new and different de
signs, and such that the commission
will in the future be kept busy caring
for the preliminary work that devolves
upon its members. . .
At the present meeting of the super
visors tbe commission will be again
heard relative to an apnriiini.iiinn fm.n
this county for the monument. He
cause Yavapai has as yet taken no ac
tion in this matter the commission has
thought it best to delay addressing
other counties in the territory with a
view to securing assistance for build
ing the monument. They are confi
dent that the gift from this county will
serve as a criterion for all the others,
and that it is the best policy to await
the action of the supervisors here be
fore attempting to make any request
from theother counties.
While nothing definite has yet been
done as to the site for this memorial
to Buckey O'Xeill, it is understood that
the supervisors will grant the petition
to place' it on the plaza, at a point to
be selected by the commission. While
the supei visors have no authority to
deed this site to anyone, the permit
may be issued for the erection of the 1
monument, subject to possible future
action on the part of supervisors elect
ed in years to come. It is expected that
the commission will receive a definite
reply from the supervisors as to the
Conation to tne fund from this county,
during the present meeting of the
No Ofiier .House
No Oilier House
. fA i . i , i
25 MILES OF OCEAN BREEZES RIGHT UNDER
DOW. HERE'S WHERE YOU APPRECIATE MEALS
NO MOUNTAINS OR DUST ON US.
YOUR CAR WIN
AT MEAL TIME.
Gen. Pass. Aot.
L. H. LAN DIS,
Marriage in Kenosha, Wis., of a
Well Known in Phoenix.
Acting Mayor F. B. Moss received a
copy of the Kenosha (Wis.) Evening
Xews yesterday containing an account
of the marriage on July 27, of his
niece Miss Madeline Elizabeth Timme
and William Henry Schroeder. The
incident is of interest to many Phoe
nix people for the reason that Mr. and
Mrs. E. C Timme and their children,
including the recent bride, spent the
winter here about eleven years ago
mainly for the health of Miss Made
line. They made many friends and
;he young lady was restored to good
The wedding according to the Keno
sha paper was a notable social event
though the ceremony was witnessed
nly by imm. iliate friends and ..datives
The newly married couple left on the
evening train for a honeymoon tiip
through the south and will be at home
in Kenosha about Oct. 1.
The Xews in speaking of the con
tracting parties says: Mrs. Schroeder
is one of the best known young ladies
in Kenosha. She is also well known in
social circles in Madison and Wash
ington. She resided in Madison while
her father was secretary of state and
in late years siie has spent much of J
her time in Washington where Mr. i
i inline r.as neiu ir.e o;:ice ot nttli au
ditor ot the Lnited States treasury.
Mr. Schroeder is one of the best known j
of Kenosha's young business men. He 1
has for several years held a position '
of trust with X. It. Alien's sons tan
A large audience was present last
evening at Eastlake park theater to
witness "Tiie Ranch King," one of the
most interesting plays of the season '
The performance was given with its
accustomed smoothness and much ap
plause was bestowed upon the per
lormers. Last night the final perform
ance of ''The Ranch King" was
given. Souvenir photos of Carolyn
Lawrence (Mrs. X. F. Wagner) . wer.
given to each lady holding a reserved
seat ticket. The souvenir nights ate
a wonderful success and the ladies of
Phoenix appear to be anxious for a
complete set of idiot os of the Tucker
Mr. Berger is entitled to much credit
i for inaugurating special nights at the
, park. . East year amateur night was
introduced bv Mr. Berger and proved a
i tremendous success. This year sou
! venir night is proving a great drawing
card. Mr. Berger does not claim to be
the originator of these ideas but was
the first to introduce them at East
lake park. These feature nights are
as popular here as they were at other
parks (in the east) under hi3
Special flour sale. McKee's.
For value received Santa Fe.
In case a certain funeral ever docs
come off in this town there are going
to be some mighty cheerful looking
mourners. Atchison Globe.
tor will tell you why he pre
scribes it for thin blood, weak
nerves. He "v i!l explain why it P
gives strength courage, endur-tp
ance. Sold for60"vesrs.f'f.ViS:' '
health. ' I