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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TIltJKSDAY MORNING JULY 5, 1900
v. 1 "uw Wl11 your coiu ..it? Worse, WS 14 Probably. How abo!D I ?ow? The I A if fFJlLl H"uble is, colds always ftViownward. VC Stop this downward tendency tHthAyer's Cherry Pecto v J?tor wiU t.e11 you 'lt can do th5s- As hin about it. A" . nymins fetter for coughs and colds.' Then wjiGrmnnii or all ovir medioines ! I.owell. Man. follow his ad. MORE Mf'S OAM WORK Tk Daily of Contractor i Camp. Roosevelt' July -Special rr. r ... Correspond, 1"e Pelican) Lieutenaj . "v,ru 1,1 cnarBe ol the United forest rcservt. aild his asslsta a few days finco for a prolong in the Sier Auclias ana vlein G. p. s z, of the firm of J. M. O'ltourke and company, left the first of the week for Galveston, Texas. Mr. Steinmetz is expected to return in a few days with about one hundred and twenty colored laborers to be U3ed in the construction of the dam. breeze3 hero are a decided improve ment over the climatic conditions "found at Yuma just at this season of the year. We reckon he is right about it too. Raymond A. Hill, son .of Supervising Engineer Louis G. Hill, is home from Detroit, Mich., where he has been at tending school. Master Raymond will rpend hia vacation with his parents here and at the coast, returning to his school in September. Our genial inspector, E. S. Kirkpat rick, recently returned from a business trip to Phoenix, Mesa and the Arizona dam. On his return he inspected the camps en route along the government E3SC2 or ff LOCAL INTEREST O Rourke and company's camp 's.road, and reports them to be in a tim growing daily, and it is only a quest. 01 of time when it will be a small sized town by itself. Chas. A. Schantz was a passenger on Friday morning's stage for Globe. Mr. Schantz is taking a short business trip to Bisbee, and while there will be the guest of H. T. Toblemunn, former chemist at the cement mUl here. Attorney C. S. Whitbeck came in on the Mesa stage Friday night. Mr. Whitbeck has been in Yuma for sever al weeks, and he says that the cool -OUTHERN CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS. THE Sohmer Gecilian 1 'Played by Hand or Foot" Piano This piano yields Its stores of melody as freely to the person who knows nothing about music as it does to the one who has spent years in practice and study of music playing, and its dual nature enables It to completely and perfectly satisfy the demands of both, for it can be played just like any other pianc with the fingers; or. it can be played by means of the mechanism of the Cecilian Piano Player, which is built Into It. By means of this mechanism any one can play this piano just slip In a roll of perforated music, put your feet on the pedals, and pump any one, young or old, can do that! All the technical part of the work is done by the Cecilian Piano Player, yet your control over it is so abso lute and perfect that you can put into the performance all the indivdual expression and spirit of which you are capable. The Sohmer-Cccilian Piano ha a full, rich, sweet tone, a quick responsive action and its construction throughout is the very best. It is "high grade" in every particular. The price is $950. It can be bought on easy monthly pay ments, and your old piano will bo taken In exchange at its full market value. Let us send you a detailed description of the Sohmer-Cecilian Piano. Simply drop us a postcard. It will interest you. Geo. J. Birkel Company 345-347 South Spring Street. Steinway, Cecilian and Victor Dealers LOS ANGELES. perous and sanitary condition Ranger Hoimes is in the Sierra An chas, where he went last Friday to quell a small d'sturbance near Eagle Creek. Sunday, July 1st, at the fcome of the brides brother at Wheatfields, Ariz., occurred the marriage of Miss Bertha Packard of that place to A. M. Schor nick, a well known citizen of this town. The wedding ceremony was performed by Justice J. C. Evans, and was wit nessed by only the immediate friends of the contracting parties. Mr. and Mrs. Schorn!ck will take a short wed ding trip in the central part of the ter ritory, after which they will be at home to their friends in Roosevelt. Al's many friends here extend their heart iest congratulations. Chas. S. Bussey, official timekeeper here, left for his home in Evanston, Ills., last Saturday where he will re main for a couple of months, at the end of which time he will return to his work here. Mr. Bussey's duties here are being assumed by Dr. T. J. Brett. Inasmuch as Roosevelt does not give a demonstration on the Fourth it is quite likely that several from th's place will participate in the festivities to be given In Globe that day. o CITY OF HAROUN AL RASCHID. T- 1 J Pr-int I Shop I IS Art Stationers ii Children of all sizes and of all coun tries will be delighted to hear from Professor Ramsay that the Bagdad railway promises to restore the city of Haroun al Raschld her long lost splen dor. A transformation more wonderful than any recorded in the "Arabian Nights-' may yet be wrought around the tombs of Haroun and his consort, Zobediah. Since the city sprang sud denly into existence in 766 it has been visited by every variety of the Oriental tyrant. Those three ruffians the grandson of Genghiz Khan. Tamerlane, and the Turkish emperor. Amurath IV. exhibited their skill from time to time upon the limbs of the wretched inhabitants. It was not until 1730 that the ports was persuaded to appoint the pasha nominated by the city, and a period of peace, tempered by pestilence j permitted the bazaars to resume some I thing of their ancient magnificence, i The East India company contributed not a little to the glory of modern Bag . dad by maintaining in princely style an English resident, with a huge establishment. Southern California Hotels. Arizona people who want the best to be had in Stationery printing, engraving and die stamping should send their or ders to us; or call when in Los Angeles. FORD SMITH & LITTLE CO., The Picture Frame Makers, Los Angeles. 313 South Broadway, Next to the "Ville." fl Opportunities in Arizona It is a well known fact that there are good positions and exceptionally fine' business openings in Arizona waiting for the young man or woman who has a! practical business education, and who is thus -ready to take advantage of these opportunities. You need have no fear about a position if you will take a little time to prepare for it. THE WOODBURY SUCCESS TRAINING leads directly to position, prestige and promotion. Our courses include Book keeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Spelling, Arithmetic, Rapid Calculations, Grammar, Penmanship, Commercial Law and Actual Business Practice In thoroughly equipped offices. THE WOODBURY SUMMER SCHOOL is now in session. No term divisions enter any time. Arizona always well represented on our enrollment. Fall term begins September 3. Write for literature. 809 South Hill Street, Loa Angeles, Cat. Jewelry Catalog No. 35 and save money on your purchases. Our guarantee of high quality and correct style will cost you nothing. CATALOG IS FREE. WRITE FOR IT TODAY. BROCK & FEAGANS, Jcvrelsrs FOURTH. & BROADWAY LOS AHCZLIIS, CAL. SANTA CATALINA ISLAND SEASON 1906. Many new and interesting features for this summer. Dancing pavilion doubled in size. Island Mountain Railway in operation. New driveways along the water front. Boating, Bathing, Fishing. Bowling, etc. DAILY CONCERTS BY THE FAMOUS CATALINA MARINE BAND. CANVAS CITY NOW OPEN Furnished and unfurnished tents for rent by the day, week or month at reasonable rates. Located under large shade trees, a short way from th water front. An ideal and Inexpen sive way to spend a summer's vacation. THE ISLAND VILLA Cozy cottage rooms, without board. HOTEL METROPOLE American plan. Cuisine unexcelled. For further Information, res2rvations, etc., address BANNING & CO., 593 HUNTINGTON BLDG. - - LOS ANGELES Hotel Lankershim Seventh and Broadway LOS ANGELES Perfect appointments all modera conveniences; courteous attention; moderate prices. A hotel that ap peals to people In quest of comfort and luxury: new and beautifully furnished 300 rooms, 160 baths. All outside rooms. Hot and cold run ning water, local and long distance telephones in every room. -Special rates: Large, airy rooms, $1.00 per day and up; with bath, $1.50. European plan. COOPER & DAVIS, Lessees. J HOTEL ROSE Los Angeles, Cal. Located at Oth and Broadway, close to all Beach and Inter-Urban Car Linen, completed but six months ago. Beau tifully furnished, with every modern convenience. All outside rooms, with hot and cold water in each. Rooms only $5 to $8 a week. For full infor mation, write C. F. Danlells, Proprietor. Hotel Acacia Corner West Sixth and Hope Sts., Los Angeles. New 1906. Strictly modern; all outside rooms; hot and cold water, elevator; detached white brick building; no cooler rooms in city; close In; 7Hc, $3.50 and up; day or week. THE EVER.HARDY LOS ANGELES, CAL Just opened; one block from Arcade Depot, corner Fourth and Central Ave. New pressed-brlck building; elegantly furnished. All outside and sunny rooms. Rates reasonable. V. D. SIMMS. Prop. Home Thone C314. r Hor.T.FNRrr.H hotf.l I A. C. BILICKE. JNO. S. MITCHELL Los Angeles, Cal. Central Location, Excellent Accommodations, Frices Reasonable, Ex cellent Restaurant. Cars from all depots, also all electric excursion and HEADQUARTERS FOR ARIZONIANS V Hotel Alvarado LOS ANGELES. A most comfortable, home-like, lirst-class hotel. Special rates and inducements for summer business. Three car lines; 8 minutes from Broadway. W. B. CORWIN - - Proprietor. N. E. Corner Wcstlake Park. fl m w 3m I I 1 I I 1 1 The Cynthia and Annex The Leading Apartment House at Long Beach, Cal. Fronting the new pleasure pier and auditorium. Elegantly fur nished suites of four, three and two rooms, with all modern con veniences, as well as single rooms. The Ramona Apartments, on the sand beach. Splendid surf bathing. Applications address P. O. Box 214. LONG BEAC AN ARMY SOCIAL There will be an ice cream and cake social in the Salvation Army hall this evening. A VISITING CANDIDATE Joe T. McKinney of Safford was a Phoenix visitor yesterday. Mr. McKinney is one of the brave men who will make a try for the office of sheriff in Graham county the coming fall. RAISED THE FLAG With due pomp and ceremony, a new flag was raised yesterday over the schoolhouse in Glendale. It was purchased with funds raised by the school children on the last day of school. GIDEON CLUB BANQUET The regular banquet of the Gideon club of the Church of Christ will be held at the church parlors this evening. This will be a melon social and there will be a full supply of melons. A cordial in vitation is extended to all young men to come and enjoy a pleasant evening. AN ENGINEER'S VACATION Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Reedy of Roosevelt were in the city yesterday on their way to Nebraska for a three months' vacation. Mr. Reedy is the engineer in charge of the Power canal which skirts the Roosevelt storage basin. He had charge of the location work on the Power canal and the construction of the pressure pipes that carry the wa ter of the Power canal under Cotton wood canyon and Pinto creek. COALS TO NEWCASTLE The Walter Hill company shipped a carload of watermelons, via the Southern Pa cific, last night to Sacramento, Cal., and will ship another carload today. Seven or eight carloads have been shipped before. The notable feature of these shipments is that Sacramento is the heart of the California watermelon growing section. Again it is demon strated that the Arizona climate leads the procession in getting to an early market. COMPANY B, NATIONAL GUARD Every member of the company Is urged to be present at drill this eve ning at the armory. The date of en campment has been fixed, and there re mains but a few more drill nights to prepare for that event at Austin, Tex. Recruits are requested to make early application for enlistment, to be in time to go to the encimpinent. More promotions will shortly be made among non-commissioned officers. The position of cook is vacant and will need to be filled before August. The medals for marksmanship, which were earned last year at target practice, will be distrib uted this evening. After drill a water melon feast will be indulged in. NO USE TO WAIT If anybody should see two poor little half-starevd boys holding fast to a couple or fish poles in Eastlake park, he should tell them to jump their job and go after something to eat. for Frank DcSouza and J. A. C. Martinez, who hired them, will never pay them. These two sports went out to the park yesterday to cele brate. Everything was tame, and they couldn't find anv strenuous rules to violate except the regulation against fishing in the lake. There are prob ably no fish there, anyway, but as soon as they saw that fishing was prohibited tliey were overcome with a desire to try their luck. They found a couple of poles and two pieces of string. They had no fish-hooks, but they tied a sinker on the end of each line to keep it below water. Then a couple of boys came along and they offered them 25 cents apiece to watch their lines while they took a little walk around. So far as thoy know, the boys are still watch ing the lines. o TWO LITTLE BOYS BADLY BURNED By th Explosion nf a Restrye itocK of Powder. 2 E Big Sale of REMNANTS Saturday Don't Miss It See Saturday's Paper lor Big Remnant Sale. PECIA TODAY THL Hotel Westmoore LOS ANGELES, CAL. 1000-1010 West Seventh St. High-class Family Hotel. American and European for. summer months. But one incident of a serious nature marked the Fourth of July festivities In Phoenix, and that was one that brought trouble to the household of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lount, just before dark last evening. Their two youngest boys, S. D., aged 4 years, and Harold, aged 7, were very badly powder burned, though It is believed neither is fatally hurt, and only one of them, perhaps, will carry lasting marks to remind him of the incident. But the injuries of both are very painful and will give them many hours of suffering. Like almost all the children in town, they were engaged in celebrating, and most of the family were at home, on North First street. The children had a toy cannon, made of brass. It was rather more pretentious than most toy cannons. It stood on the board para pet at the end of the steps leading up to the front porch. George Lount, the oldest son, was firing the cannon, and the two younger boys were leaning over the railing of the porch above him, watching the proceeding. A reserve stork of perhaps a third of a pound of nowder stood on the same wooden shelf. In some unexplainable way, in connection with the firing of the ar tillery, this reserve powder became ig nited. There was an instant flash, and for a second the entire front of the building? was lisht up. some of the neighbors thinking the house was on fire. The fire went out as quickly as it came, but the two little boys on the Dorch were terribly burned. Their arms and hands, which were over the railing, suffered most, though Harold was also badly burned on the face. It is not thought that either inhaled any of tho lire or suffered other than from the intense heat of the momentary flash. The burns are not believed to be deep, but are perhaps just as painful as though they were. Dr. H. A. Hughes was sent for imme diately, and a number of the neighbors who witnessed the. incident came at once to the assistance of Mr. and Mrs. Lount. There is rather an unusual coinci dence In the fact that Harold, though still a small boy, is suffering his second serious burning experience. Only a year or two ago, on the Fourth of July, he was accidentally burned, more seri ously than this time. On that occasion his clothes took fire, and he was saved from death only through the thought fulness of his mother, who placed htm in a nearby bathtub and turned the water on, Silk Waists Made of Japanese silk, in cither white or black. Those waists arc marked and $3.00 each and are very well made, many being prettily trimmed with Val. lace. All sizes arc here, and you may tpkc choice today at your $1.65 Parasols We want to close out every parasol in the store today. The prices we've placed on them should certainly sell thorn rapidly. If any one at your house needs a parasol, conic here for it today and buy it for a mere fraction of its former price. Lawn Waists Another big lot of 75c and 90c shirt waists heaped up on the bargain table today. Some plain white, others with neat figures printed on white. Every size from 32 to 42 in this lot, and for today only they will be priced. 49c How Is This? Take your choice of any shirt waist, wash skirt, wool skirt, silk suit, wash suit, wool suit, cravenette coat, kimono, child's dress, or. In fact, any garment in our ready-to-wear department today at Off Silk Waists I Made of good quality hubu white or black, trlmmt-J v lace edging, inserting an.l lions. These waists are the quality, bu the spveial p: '.ec for will be i: v.-u c.i ;i u- : tO'U v $1.95 fancy Ribbons One lot of f.mcy rib'tons of v.iri.im widths and coloring.. suit.--'.'.- f r neckwear, giid'.es ar.d hair r.bbo.-.s. The regular prices of thes.- r.!.b-.r. wcr i sr.e ar.-l "rc a yard. T el-1 them out quickly today t-ik.- .iyr N choice at I5c yard Z3Z ARIZONA PROPHET APPEARS IN CINCINNATI lie Qualified as Sergeant-at-Armi of Territorial Legistare. Rev. W. A. Cuddy, who claims to have been an Arizona politician and a sargeant-at-arms of the territorial leg islature, is now in Cincinnati, the guest of C. S. Mason, director of the reli gious work for the V. M. C. A. If Mr. Cuddy was ever a politician in this ter ritory he lias been reformed a long time, for he says he has been engaged in preaching for twenty-three years without a cent. In an interview he said that in his experience, politicians are the hardest men to impress with the beauties of religion for the reason that they cannot be made to believe that there Is such a thing as truth. Mr. Cuddy is something more than a preacher; he is a prophet. Among his predictions are these: A great rev olution in Europe in five years; uni versal war to follow an agreement to arbitrate; a new Napoleon will rise and conquer the world. He will rule three years and then the "God of all" will come. The Napoleon will be wor shipped as a divinity while he lasts. The millennium will come in 1921. Mr. Cuddy bases his prophecies on the twelfth and thirteenth chapters of Revelations and perhaps too, on his own knoweldge, gained by his associa tion with Arizona legislators of an im provement of conditions. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HOTELS. THE NEW RQSSLYN qffp THE ilATICK HOUSE 443 South Main St. LOS ANGELES, CAL. DotflP European, 75c to $2. First and Main Sts. LOS ANGELES. CAL American, $1.50 to $3. CD EC CIK nno Amer,$ir5to52.M. I iill uuo ncico European, 5Cc ta Z. MEETS ALL TRAINS. Hotel Hlexandria Fir Proof, and Com -Luxurious, The Bilicke-Rowan Company's Now Absolutely Residential mercial. Central. LOS ANGELES. Every corner of the building open to guests' inspec tion. The acme of comfort and sanitation attained. Equable temperament; baths of all kinds; epicurean table; and the retirement of a refined home. S. J. WII1TM0RE, den. Man. JOS. REICHL, Asst. Man. Write or Wire for Accommodations. WELL POSTED A California Doctor With 40 Years' Experience. ISC "In my 40 years' experience as a teacher and practitioner along hygienic lines," says a Los Angeles physician, "I have 'never found a food to compare with Grape-Nut's for the benefit of the general health of all classes of people. I have recommended Grape-Nuts for a number of years to patients with the greatest success and every year's ex perience makes me more enthusiastic regarding its use. "I make it a rule to always recom mend Grape-Nuts and Postum Food Coffee in place of coffee when giving my patients instructions as to diet for I know both Grape-Nuts and I'ostum can bo digested by anyone. "As for myself, when engaged In much mental work my diet twice a day consists of Grape-Nuts and rich cream. I find it just the thing to build up gray matter and keep the brain in good working order. "In addition to its wonderful effects as a brain and nerve food Grape-Nuts always keeps the digestive organs in perfect, healthy tone. I carry it with me when I travel, otherwise I am al most certain to have trouble with my stomach." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Strong endorsements like the above from physicians all over the country have stamped Grape-Nuts the most' scientiAc food in the world. "There's a reason." Look in pkgs. for the famous little book, "The Road to Wellvjllo," The ores raansan PA5ADENA Pasadena's Newest Hotel OPEN ALL THE YEAR The benefit of a high altitude, the season of fruits, pleasant days aoJ cool nights, combined with the advantage of low summer rates a-. 1 a high standard of excellence makes the Maryland a place of de:.?h:ful summer recreation for Arizonians. In writing for booklets and rates, address 1). si. THE CUMBERLAND Completely furnished apartments of one to four rooms, with or wlhut private bath or buffet kitchen. Local an.l long distance tHorhor.-s in every suite. Delightfully located on the "Hill." near terminus of ?J -mou's Angels' Flight K. 1J-, otic block from business ceuter. th-atrs an 1 trolley lines. Low Summer Rates $20.00 to $75.00 per suite per month. R O. HOfJUK. HARRY D. CLARK. Late Chief Clerk Lexington. Late Proprietor Van Nuys. BroiJway. LOS ANGELES. KiD 2 Ed vvevrd H o b cl - Fifth and Los Angeles Sts- Los Angeles. Cal. Strictly modern; everything new; ab5o:uteiy fireproof; all outlde rooms: a first e!as fami:y and commercial hotel; cafe in connection. Kuro pean plan. Rates, $1 a day and up. For reser vations or further particulars, address TOUSLEY COMPANY, Proprietors.