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THE AKIZOXA REPUBLICAN, MONDAf MORBUNG AUGUST IS, 1906
Improvements in Ammunition
Made by the ) M. G. Co,
In smokeless shotgun cartridges we handle only the famous U. M. C.
(Union Metallic Cartridge Co., Bridgeport, Conn.) make, in Xitro Club and
Arrow shells, soft and chilled shot. While some dealers are content to carry
only one kind of powder and one size of load in 12-gauge shells, we have no
less than ten different loads in shot alone. Oood shots are particular about
their ammunition, and as we get practically all this class of trade ye have
to have loads to suit different shooters. In the winter we carry even a greater
assortment. And all these fresh, received twice a month, direct from the
factory. We have the new IT. M. C. shells in stock, reinforced with steel in
side, for dense powder, to prevent powder "blowing back." A large shipment
received this week.
Arizona Oun t'lub's tournament last December won by Tanner and Aitken
with Arrow shells. Try some of these loails.
PINNEY CSL ROBINSON
THE GUN STORE
40 N. Center St. Phoenix
AGAIN
TWO BIG
TO.
GRAND CANYON
AND PRE&COTT
Through Sleepers to K
the Rim of the
Canyon
W. S. GOLDS WORTHY,
General Agent.
JUSTICE DICKEY A JOKER.
Justice Dickey of the New York state
supreme court occasiona'ly enlivens
pi oceedings with jo-ular remarks to
witnesses ami lawyers, his honor being
careful generally that the laugh is not
on rimself. The other day, however, a
young lawyer turned the tables in
clever fashion. He had been laboring
through an opening address, when the
court remarked rudely: "Why don't
you tell us what this suit is about?
You're beginning at the end and going
backward like a crab. I don't like
crabs." Tris gave the young lawyer
an opening.. Kememberin that Justice
r MS
ay
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
S$Fti5&85&& jeweiry Catalog. No. 35
and save money on your purchases. Our guarantee ot
high quality and correct style will cost -yen nothing.
CATALOG IS FREE. WRITE FOR IT TODA'i.
BROCK & FEAGANS, Jcvclcrs ,
FOURTH &. EROADWAY LC3 AIIGELES, CAI..
J!)
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HOLLENBECK hotel
A. C. BILICKE.
Los
v-iiui (X i liuuanun, xzj Avieneii l ActuiuHiuuaLKiiis, trices iteasonaDle, H.X- m
celletit Restaurant.
Cars from all
resort cars stop at the door
HEADQUARTERS
THE NEW ROSSLYN
443 South Main St.
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Qnfnp European, 75c to $2
FRFF
UUlbJ
American, $1.50 to $3
i-1-
MEETS ALL
SANTA CATALINA
Many new and Interesting features for this summer. Dancing pavilion
doubled in size. Island Mountain Railway in operation. New driveways
alomr the water front. Boating, Pqthinp, Fishing, Bowling etc
DAILY CONCERTS BY THE FAMOUS CATALIN A MARINE BAND.
CANVAS CITY NOW OPEN Furnished and unfurnished tents torrent
by the day, week or month at reasonable rates. Located under large
shade trees, a short way from ths water front. An ideal and inexpen
sive way to spend a summer's vacation.
THE ISLAND VILLA Cozy cottage rooms, without board
HOTEL M ETROPOLE American plan. Cuisine unexcelled.'
For further Information, reservations, etc., address
BANNING & CO., 593 HUNTINGTON BLDG. - - LOS ANGELES
EXCURSIONS I
Ask for Dates and ft
R. N. MOUTIER,
C. P. &. T. A.
masxwSKSsmamM
1 Dickey lives in New burgh, he retorted
J at once: "I don't like crabs, either,
i As a matter of fact. I don't like any
: crustai pan and since your honor has
I opened the subject permit me to say
that especially 1 don't like lobsters,
and more especially I dis'ike them a la
NVuburgh." The trial proceeded to a
conclusion -witrout frrther reference to
matters outside the law and the evi
dence. WEATHER TODAY.
Washington. Aug. l'. Forecast for
Arizona: Fair in south, showers hi
north portion Monday and Tuesday.
Fifth and Los Angeles Sts., Los Angeles, Cal.
Strictly modern; everything new; absolutely
fireproof; all outside rooms; a first class family
ar.J commercial hotel; cafe in connection. Euro
pean plan. Rates. $1 a day and up. For reser
vations or further particulars, address
TOUSLEY COMPANY, Proprietors.
JNO. S. MITCHELL
Angeles, Cal.
depots, also all electric excursion and E
FOR ARIZONIANS
ff5? THE-NATICK HOUSE
First and Main Sts.
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
R DofQO Amer., $1.25 to $2.50.
www 1 1 U I u 0
European, 50c to $2.
TRAINS
ISLAND
SEASON
i906.
h
We
Are
Selling
Broken Lines
Ladies' Oxfords
and Slippers
B at Cost
or Less
Buy While
the Sizes are
in Stock
The Shoe and Stocking Store,
27-29 E. Washington St.
Phone Main 274. Pheenix.
3C2
Urban Academy
'.too lieacon St., Los Angeles. Cal.
Principal. Mrs. M. McDonnell.
An ideal boarding school for boys
between the ages of C and lli. See
Sunday's issue.
MILLS COLLEGE
ASD SEMINARY FOR YOUNG WOMEN
Accredited to Universities and Kastern
Colleger. Fall term opens August 15th.
1'orty-first year. Surroundings of
College most healthful and beautiful. :
I'ree from rigors of winter or the heat
of summer. Superior advantages of- .
'Vied in every branch of study. Special
features added the past year. A re
fined Christian home. Catalogue and
descriptive matter free. Mrs. C. T.
Mills, Pres., Mills College P. O.. Cal.
Southern California Hotels.
Pasadena, Cal. "Hfio
The Cent nil lintel E .Colofst Klec. lijrhts
Private Hiiths. Homelike, yie, $ I ,n0. Kuro
pljin. Mr- .1. K, 'larke. 7m- r'l trip nil Im-iicIm-k
j Harry R. Hay. W. L. Hardwick.
Come and see us for your California
j Investments !
j Hay & Hardwick
j REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
734 Bryson Bldg.. Los Angeles, Cal.'
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 bath
ing. Applications address
P. O. Box 214, LONG BEACH.
Hotel Lankershim
Seventh and Broadway
LOS ANGELES
Perfect appointments all modern
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.
THE EVER.HARDY
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Just opened; one block from Arcade
Depot, corner Fourth and Central Ave.
New pressed-brick building; elegantly;
furnished. All outside and sunny!
rooms. Rates reasonable. i
V. D. SIMMS. Prop. !
Home Phone 6314. i
it ,
MiRfLY FATIGUED
NOT A MANIAC
Story of the Wandering's of BanKer
Patterson.
j A few days ago a story was printed
very generally by the press throughout
the territory to the effect that K. R.
Patterson, tile assistant cashier of the
Cila Valley Hank and Trust company
at Clifton had been lost in the White
mountains for a week and when found
was a raving maniac with little left
of his clothing except his shirt. Mr.
Patterson was about a week late in
keeping an important business engage
ment at Clifton and this fact gave
lise to a feeling of uneasiness at Clif
ton w hich prompted the sending out of
a seuiciiing party. Mr. Patterson was
well known throughout the territory
and the story that lie was lost created M
considerable alarm among his friends.
The story that he was found and
that Ins wanderings without food and
clothing after he had lost his way had
: made him go mad was given publicity
j based on a dspatch sent out from Mo
: rend. It now seems that the story is
; without foundation and that while Mr.
Patterson was delayed for several days
in the mountains he returned to Clif
ton safe and well. His delay In re
turning to his home was occasioned by
the disappearance -of his horse. his
grub and his shoes on the first day
after he left his camp. The first day
I he was out he encountered several
, very heavy showers and was delayed
' in getting down from the mountain so
lie camped for the night. He left the
I trail about seveuty-tlve yards and af
i ter eating his supper rolled up in his
blankets and was .soon sound asleep.
I The balance of the story is told as fol
i lows by the Clifton Copper Era:
When he awoke in the morning at
daylight he was surprised to rind that
j his horse had disappeared. His next
thought was to put on his shoes in
I order to lutnt his horse, but was still
greater surprised to find that they were
gone. He then discovered that his
i scanty supply of provisions had also
'disappeared in the night. It then
gradually dawned on "Pat" that lie had
been "touched" in the night and that
he was alone in the wilds of the moun
tains, barefoot and with starvation
.staring him in the face. However, he
is from Texas, and had been on cold
trails before, hence he was not greatly
worried over his predicament. He
happened to have several extra pairs
of "sox" in his outfit, which he slipped
on and as soon as it was daylight he
look the trail of his horse and followed
it a couple of miles when he came uhmi
an old mouse colored pony that ap
peared to have seen very hard and re
cc:,t usage. The animai was so jaded
that Pat .had no trouble in catching i J
It. He then rode back to the spot
where he had spent the night, threw
his saddle onto it and again took the
trail for his horse, ami followed it as
fast as the tired animal would travel.
After traveling through the mountains
twenty-five or thirty miles he came
across his horse tied
small opening- in the
for the tirst time he
that there might be
the mission which he
but iie had gone too
to a tree in a 1
woods and then j
began to realize j
some danger In j
had undertaken,
far to show the j
white feather then,
from the horse he w
so he dismounted '
is riding and with !
his rifle ready for Instant
use, he i
walked up to his horse, untied him and j
led him away. .After traveling- for a !
few miles with the two horses he ahan- !
iloned the one w hich he found near his i p
camp m the morning-, as he was not
able with the two horses to make the i
time that he desired to. As his eyes I
had been constantly fixed on the trail Rj
"i uie noise an aay ne now tound that
he was completely lost in the moun
tains. J-le then decided to ascend one
of the tallest mountains in that-" sec
tion of country in order to get his
bearings. This took considerable time
but he finally made it and then decided
that he must be in Xew Mexico, some
distance northeast of his original camp. U
Ttis s iiriTu is i t ion afru-j ...-..l
rect. for he finally succeeded in reach- II
ing camp, having traveled nearly twen- i
ty-four hours without food and under
going many hardships on the Journey.
He was so exhausted by his trip and
the experience that it was considered
necessary for him to rest a couple of
days before again starting on the
homeward journey, lie sent to Spring
erville for some new shoes and when
they arrived he "skidooed" for home.
In the meantime a runner had been
dispatched from Clifton and the whole
country was a 'armed, hence he had a
regular ovation on his homeward jour
ney. AMUSEMENTS
1 I'"!1
"The Ticket of Leave Man," to be!
produced at East lake park tonight is a
drama of the old school. It was writ-1
ten by Tom Taylor, author or "Fool's
rl.i'.n.m " ....... t...... ri.L ,. ',
. ...in .piiir i giroi iiu. l lie , jj
p;ri ot -inn) rtnerly has been played)
by some of the most eminent actors of
past days. The great W. J. Vlorence I
was the first to play the part in this
country and he starred in the play for
many years. Frank E. Aiken, James i
'-'eil and many others attained sue- j
cess in the iiart. The idot of the nlav i
is founded on the English custom of j
giving prisoners a ticket of leave for : j
good behavior, similar to the custom in !
some of our states in paroling prison
ers and the subsequent endeavors of
tie ticket of leave man to keep aloof
from his .former associations and live
an upright life, his trials and f nal tri
umphs The play is rich in comedy,
full of interesting situations and with
a beautiful love story running through
it. Owing to the serious illness of Mr.
Henderson. Mr. Lawrence T'n.lerw.wwl
will make his initial appearance in I
this city as Hob Uriel ly. Mr. Bennett j
will be the detective Hawkshaw. Mr.
Hall will play Dalton, alias "The Ti-I
K' l. an. i tor tne first time in five I
years, Mr. Chas. A. Uerger w ill make
his professional appearance in Phoe- j
nix as Melter Moss, the w iley Jew.
Miss Jo.-ie Dunbar will Mav Sam and
Ethel McMullen. Mrs. Willow by. The
pait of .Mary Edwards, the street sin"-
er, will be ably taken by
Miss Maud
i-iia curing tne first act. Miss Lita
win sing, -n was a Knight from
the
i Opera of Maritnna." New specialties
will be introduced and the motion pic
tures will, as usual, be a feature of
the performance. 1'rioes iOe. 20c, '.Mir.
and uc. Seats on sale at Sanichas'
confectionery store.
MODERN MEDIEVALISM.
A trial has recently been held in Del
emont, in Switzerland, suggestive of the
middle ages. A father and son have
been condemned to life imprisonment
for murder and robbery. A dog which
the two guilty men had employed was
dealt with even more sternly. The
judges took evidence as to the dog's
share in the crime as carefully as to
that of the men, and then order that
the corrupted beast should be put to
death.
ALWAYS
IN THE
i
The FIRST
HUNDRED sacks E
i of Salt River Val- 1
H
H ley Sugar will be
on
exhibition at
our
k store first of week
151bs for $1.00 will
be the price. Don't
6
fail to get a sample
lot of the first sugar
ever made in Ari- 1
zona.
All merchants
this I
should
buy
only.
All
Arizonans
insist on
their merchants fur
nishing them with
this sugar only.
Help home industry
THE FARMER
j Help the men who
1 have invested hun
dreds of thousands
of dollars in Salt
River Valley by in
sisting on their pro
duct as long as it
lasts. .
This is the store that's strictly
in it.
As there's something doing every
minute.
CasK Store
J
GAEKWAR'S READY RETORT.
When the Maharajah Oaekwar of
liaroda was in Washington he visited
the congressional library, which great
ly impressed him. "How long would it
I take a man to read all these books?" he
i asked the librarian. Mr. Putnam, after
! a rough calculation, said the task
would occupy about 17.00 years. "And
what would
Lr. Osier say to that?"
Indian potentate as he
mused
moved
the
along,
LEAD
u
I sugar
I good
should
IN YOUR
USE OUR
Royal Grey Enamel
WARE,
A few cents will give you that kettle or saucepan you've been needing. H
Try it. And there's dozens of other things you need every day in your
UitchenN (let them and save the extra work and time, and remember
that Royal Grey Knamel Ware is the best ware for kitchen use that you
can get for the money. Of course, it comes from
Dorris-Heyman Furniture Co.
Arizona's Leading House Furnishers
Phoenix, Arizona
3E
TIGHTENING COIL
AROUND SANCHfZ
Investigation of the Murder of Borne
. ro in Progress.
Every day some new fact is brought
to light by the iilice department
through officer A. J. Moore. which
fixes greater suspicion on Oarmelio
Sanchez as being implicated in the
murder of Ramon Romero on South
Seventh street on the night of April
r,th or the morning of April 6th. At
first it was but a faint suspicion, but
new testimony has enme to hand
which strengthens this suspicion and
mw it is not improbable that before
the week ends, a complaint will be
sworn to, charging Sanchez with the
crime. So far the evidence Is entirely
circumstantial. S:rtichez has never fur
nished his hail bond to secure his re
lease from the county jail on the
charge against him of assault with in
tent to kill and he still languishes in!
ja i I.
The most
recent story told to the po-
do with the actions of
muidered man. and San-
lice has to
Romero the
chez on the
night Romei
ing to this
friends wen
south part
evening of April .'th. thej
o met his deatii. Accord- I
story, Romero with two'
seated in a house in the'
f town when Sanchez i
passed, of,, ring tanules for sale. He
called to Romero and his party and
asked if they wanted any ami Rome
ro re. lied in the affirmative. He
bought twenty-live cents' worth and
offered in payment a dollar. Sanchez
could not make change and Romero
then said he would walk over to the
y.ilooi: and get the change. Sanchez
offered to trust him but Romero in
sisted on settling the account. When!
the two were together in the saloon. I
Romero bought a flask of whisky'
which cost i:. cents and paid Sanchez, j
Sanchez now claims this was in thej
Cottage saloon. Romero left at'
once and Sanchez after a time also'
left the place. He went to the Red j
Light and there he met Romero. A j
-- remarks were passed, the tenor of
which was that Romeio had made fast
t ine in getting there and that Sanchez
was surprised for he had just left him
at the Cottage. Romero passed off the
joke by offering to treat and bought a
second flask of whisky, apparently a
popular method of treating in that vi
cinity. A third bottle was bought and
paid for and Romero left the saloon
a'one. Sanchez followed a short time
aiterwarfls but he claims he did not
see Komcro again that night or a
terwards until he was found dead.
No other person who has so far been
located by the police ever saw Rom
ero alive, but there are witnesses who
win later be produced, who claim
to
nave seen Sanchez going in the direc
111,11 ln winch Romero's corpse w
found. Further investigation will
" rnui i 10 ernv
Sanchez's whereabouts the rest of the
night of April :,th. after he left Ro
mero. He claims to have been with a
stranger whom he had never seen be
fore and has not since met. It is
know,, that Sanchez carried a gun that
night and the police, at the time Ro
mero's con.se was found, were of the
op mon that i5,e v.ounds on the skull
were made with a gun. although the
.......i.-neo .-lones said he h:wl ., i.oi
ed by a blow with
rock.
One nice thing al..ut marrying an old
wife is generally there is no mother-in
-law problem. New York Press
Moqui Snake Dance
Mr. Pr.nce, Santa Fe passenger
agent, San Francisco, personally con
ducts a party of visitors to the Moqui
snake dance from Canon Diablo to
Orabi. I have yet ample accommoda
tions for a few. Apply for further in
formation to F. W. VOLZ,
Canon Diablo, Ariz.
CLINTON CAM PB ELI
GFNERAL CONTRACTOR
AND SLPtRINTtNDENT
P. o. ftnx nki
PiiOM urn 4Q4
PHOENIX. ARIZONA
GEO. LEE,
Manufacturer of
LADIES' UNDERWEAR AND SILK
WAISTS
GENTLEMEN'S SILK SHIRTS MADE
TO ORDER.
19 SOUTH SECOND STREET.
Mm
KITCHEN
I
Another Clean Mveep Tor
Indian Motocycles
in the F. A. M. New York-Roch-ster
Endurance Run. July 2nd and 3rd. 34
started, representing all makes: 6 fin
ished with perfect scores; of the 6
I rode Indian Motocycles. Figure like
i these make word superfluous.
V. A. Redewill, flgh
224 W. Washington St.. Pho-nix, Ariz.
Timely Hints
Plant the following in your gar
den now:
Beets Reans, Carrots, Corn. Cress,
Cucumbers. Endive, Lettuce, Mus
tard, Onions, Parsley, Parsnip, IVas,
Pumpkin, Radish, Spinach. Turnips.
Hill's Seed House
22 V. Jefferson
Look in Our
Window and See
Albums, Music Rolls,
Toilet Sets, Jewelry
Boxes, Tie and Handker
chief Boxes, Travelinu
I Sets,
Fancy Mirrors,
Brooms and
Vf Won
Shaving Sets to be sold
At Half Price
Commencing
Monday the 13tH
One Week Only.
THE FAIR
212 E. Wamhington Strt,
UNION RESTAURANT
Commercial Hotel Building. South
Center St.
MEALS 25 CENTS.
Dining room clean, cool, pleasant.
Ship Your Live Stock
TO
CLAY ROBINSON & COMPANY
Stock Yards, Kansas City, Mo.
Best service in ALL departments.
Expert salesmen, cattle, sheep and
hogs. Let us send you our weekly
ma-ket letter.
HOUSES AT
Kansas City. Denver. Rt T.-r,,
J Omaha. Sioux City. St. Paul, Chicago!
J-UIL1 1U.
THOMAS FITCH,
Attorney-at-Law,
will practice in all the courts
of
Arizona.
Offices over Valley Bank" Phoenix.
NOTARY PUBLIC
E. E. PASCOE. NoUr
fneiny a specialty. Acknowl'1rmttU
taken.
Liu worth Center Btrwu .
CHIROPODY.
PAlNLKss removal ot corns . or buotous
Vrictti-fiOcents each PTlTs.-y ansureil. ,mt
ot nilii. All i.istriiuif in sterilized Fatkiaa
Barber Sbon. 43 W Washington st" Zi.
Hani Fe offii e. Telephone Ked 96J
Uirawiaa Nails a Specialty
f itANK gHIKI.KY

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