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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MOUNT NG, SEPTEMBER tf, 1900 ARE BORING FOR OIL IN ARTESIAN BELT Of Local Interest 4-4--i--i-- L't-gi-'lg-'- JV'-jrS-"-,:;!?'.?"..: ". , .. .. u -gg, ....... i ;..,.,;.M,. . ... t . . - ei .i p 1 1 1 . . v-rv ii . . ynr t j J 1 ill 1 1 . u n 8 H i BROADWAY AT 54TH NEW YORK CITY, N. ST. Y. The most luxuriously appointed hotel in New York. Its furnishings are rare, rich and in good taste. The highly polished floors throughout the entire house are covered with handsome ori ental rugs. Tiled bath rooms ventilat ing into the open air a feature. Tele phone in every suite. This hotel offers to permanent and transient guests .superior accommoda tions, service, etc., at tempting rates. Inspection of this beautiful establish ment invited. Send for illustrated booklet. EDWARD R. SWETT. Proprietor. The Hot Springs Oil Company SinK ing With Big' Rig. - 4- -fr .t- People laugh as heartily when they see a rooster make his rirst attempt to crow as they d when they hear a boy make hUs first attempt In whistle. Atchison ('lobe. Many a ma;: dates back Ins downfall from the day he began keeping a cow. A ii wii cow is so mean that she soon te;;rhs her mast, r bad habit s. A l ch -ismi ( ;lol e. SOUTHERN CALIFORN IA ADVERTISEMENTS. SSSPuSSiSSS -Jewelry Catalog.No. 35 and save money on your purchases. Our guarantee of high quality and correct style will cost yott nothing. CATALOG IS FREE. WRITE FOR IT TODA. BROCK & FEAGANS, Jewelers FOURTH & BROADWAY LOS ANGELES; CAT.. 33 S3 THE WESTERN 14 GAS ENGINE 'From Factory Direct to Users." Designed and built by western experts, for western use with western fuel. Tile strongest, simplest and most successful en gine on the market today. Burns Cheapest Fuel and Least. l'Urns gasoline, distillate or crude oil. and requires from 20 to 40 per cent less than any other make. Hotter, cheaper and more convenient than steam. The Western Hoist. Our Illustrated Catalogue. Fully describes every detail in c instruction of western enines. It tells how and why they lead all other makes it gives the facts the proof. Your name will bring it free. Ask for latest issue. A 2. Lightest weight for its power; o" per cent of speed controlled by foot lever; brake and clutch very sensitive and powerful; levers at end with everything straight ahead of upeiator; highly finished throughout WESTERN GAS ENGINE CO. 908-932 N. Mam Street, Los Angeles Cal. inira aa wasnmgton its., Oakland, Cal. 927 ' 1" St., Fres.TO, Cal The lift Springs oil company fin ished erecting the derrick and other machinery la.-l Monday and diopped the drill for the first time the same af ternoon, says the daliani Cuardian. The outfit is a big one and is of the very best kind. Tliev have evervthins- necessary to sink to a depth of .Viihi ; feet, but Mr. Zeiath. the company's oil; expe:t. vv i o selected the ground upon which to bore the test well, and who has charge of operations, believes thev will strike oil at less than 2'Hni feet. The site selected for the first well is just on top of the mesas south of Suf ford and within the artesian belt, and it is confidently believed that they are directly over an Immense oil tank: if surface indications count foY anything, this is trae. This company is deter mined to demonstrate whether or not oil exists in this country in paying quantities. ' If it should be proven that oil does not cist here in paying quantities, the well now being bored Is sure to produce a la:ge tlow of artesian water. The site selected is nearly one hundred feet higher than Sari'ord. which fact gives the company one of the best reservoir sires in the countv for the establish ment of a water system for the valley. o A man's worth to others sometimes depends on how much I hey can work him for. Chicago Xevvs. Southern California Advertisements Y. M. C. A. MEETING A meeting of j the Y. M. C. A. will be held this after- I ; noon in the basement of the Methodist ' ; church. The meeting will be called to' ' order at 3 o'clock. ' ! DANCE MONDAY NIGHT A large' j number of young people are planning I to attend the dance to be given at' ; Mclczer hall tomorrow evening. Good I music has been secured, and as the i door is a good one for dancing an en- ' joyable time is anticipated. ! THE SKATING RINK The con- nact was signed at noon yesterday with a local contractor for the imme diate construction of the skating rink to be built at the corner of Kouith av enue and W'ashini'. ton street ti ev cavation was started several days ago. j CLARENCE SPAULDING WILL PREACH 'Iareiice Spaulding, a, stu dent of Occidental college, will preach both morning and evening at the Pres- ovteriaii cliu:c!i todav. Miss (Jod I will sing the offertorv at both service ' Morning service at 11 o'clock j at s o'clock. I FIRST M. E. CHURCH Services . ine rust ji. h. church t"day as usual iS,undav school at t:::ii; preachin . Kev. George M. Smith at 1):?,,) a. in. j and S p. m. Morning sub ject. "How to Make Money": evening. "How to Enj iy ;lt." Hpworth league at 7 p. m. You are cordiallv invite, to these services HOME FROM LONG BEACH Mrs. : M. Kamson and daughters returned yesteiday morning from Long fjeach " here they have been spending the summer. With the retm I t- lossie i.amsoii, all of Die teachers of j the hainsoii Business college, having had their summer vacalmns. are ready to begin wo'k with renewed vigor. ! HOLIDAY HOURS on account of ng Ueach. V ng part of I , i n of Miss j Hotel Lankerstiim 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, ICO 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, J1.50. European plan. COOPER & DAVIS, Lessee. S5J E SB35223K Harry R. Hay. W. L. Hardwick. Come and see us fcr your California I nvestments Hay & Hardwick REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. 734 Bryson Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. The Los Aug 614 SOUTH GRAND AVENUE. largest, most thorough, and most complete Business College eits. ticauquariers tor Arizona pople. Send for catalog in rue. LACKEY, HOOD & HOLLMANN. THE HONEST STERLING The Sterling piano has mad.? a reputation for itself: it its enviable place in the public estimation by its own merits ness of tone, its easy and responsive action. the beauty .-noun in trie cases, its durability in fact by ward making piano peifection. Honesty is the watchword corporaled in ths Sterling Tian has gained its sweet nf design everything that goes to- of the Sterling Company, and it is in- Prices From $350. GEO. J. BIRKEL COMPANY .117 S. Spring Bt , I. A icicle-, ( ui Correspondence Invited Steinway, Cecilian and Victor Dealers. Interest paid depositors for past six months $225,391.45 Total Resources $16,000,000.00 Write for Booklet "IV on banking by mail. Telia how it's done. BANK BY MAIL To accomm dte the large number of people who k"cp money at home; or in a local bank where it is earning little or no interest, this bank receives depsits by mail on exactly the same terms as though mad' in person. Four per cent paid on term deposits. SECURITY SAVINGS BANK Pasadena, Cal. The Yiitml hotel E Private Krtth. Homelike jilnn. M rs. J. K, Clarke. " Urban Academy 900 Beacon St., Los Angeles, Cal. A Day Boarding School for Girls AH Departments. Boys Under 12 Admitted The Academy is an ideal boarding school for boys between the ages of f; and 11'. It combines all th- comforts of tne most leimed home, with vr-ry best instruction. Gymnasium, skating rink, tennis court, accommodations for pony. References. HON. "WM. TAI-'T. Sec. of War; lit. n- v. Thomas Coiiaty. Mishop of I, oy Angeles and Monterey. Largest LOS ANGELES, Saings Bank in Southern California. The Cynthia and Annex The Leading Apartment House at Long Br ch, 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 aa single rooms. The Ramona Apartments, on the sand beach. Splendid surf bath ing. Applications address P. O. Box 214, LONG BEACH THE O U S E for the HUSK , f I ' ' " X. ' t i t :.: i i - t- ' f f I The crowning glory of the Great Southwest is in Its great and Husky Outdoor People, Prospectors, Miners, Freighters. Hunters, F.ngi necrs, Soldiers, Reclamation and Forest Reserve Men. Stockmen, Ranch ers, Scientists and Lovers of the Wild, both Men and Women. Those Verile folk are depending more and more each year on our house, for the necessary clothing and equipment for their work, which fact keeps us on our mettle for results. We manufacture TENTS, AWNINGS, TANK COVERS, ORE SACKS. PACK SADDLES, KHAKI AND CORDUROY CLOTHING. We provide LACED BOOTS, RUBBER SUITS, GUNS AND AMMUNITION, FISHING TACKLE, PROSPECTORS' OUTFITS, SPORTING GOODS, CAMPERS' SUNDRIES. The Win. H. Hoeiree Co. j tomorrow being Labor day. both of the j local railroads will observe holiday ; hours. The freight oflices w ill be open only until noon. The ticket otlices will j lie open until noon, and then close until 4 o'clock, when they will be opened again and remain open until ti o'clock, .at which time they v ill close for the j day. ! BAPTIST CHURCH First Baptist church, corner Third avenue and Mon :oe street. Pleaching by the pastor, :Orville Coats, at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; Morning subject. "Prayer and P.less ling"; evening subject, "Have Faith in God." Sunday school. 9:4.", a. in.: Pap i tist Young People's union at 7 p. m. Devotional service Wednesday evening '. at x o'clock. NEW UNDERTAKERS Y. sterday i the firm of Moore & McLHIan began business in this c ity as embalmers and undertake! s, their location being 29 West Adams street. P.oth of the met i hers of the firm have been in Phoenix j for some months past in the same line of work and are nell known here. They have taken great care in the lining up of their parhes and have expended a ! considerable sum in making the estab lishment modern in every way as to , a ppoint ments. PROGRESIVE NEWS-HERALD 'The New s-Il'T,ii 1 published at Wick eiibnrg. by Mrs. A. H. Hammer, who i is also the editor of the paper, has HOTEL ! adopted an improvement which adds CARLTON ' to attiactivcness of tin- publiea- : linn It is n si : r i J t'e n 1 1 - oi.olc oo ttt Col... M Kiec. liuhU, , .' , . ' , . ' Cm-. l. l.:so. Knrn ! f,K,,'"'al Color, and news features. H he V r'il trip all l.eKilu s p'ctun-s are intere.- t ing. the reading I matter good anil the color makes it j attractive.. The management is to be i ( ongralulaleii upon the improvement j and the efforts being made to furnish j the readers of its field with an up to i da te newspaper. FINE DATES Hen Hank, who Is in charge of the Palm Lodge property on Noitli Central avtr.ue. yesterday (brought to The Republican otlice as fine la bunch of dates as it would be j possible to grow . He did not know the variety, but on the tive stems he picked there was an average of seven dates to tin; stem and each date was over an inch and a half long. He took the specimens to the board of trade, where they will be placed on exhibition. The tree from which they were picked Is six or seven years old. but has had good care by Mr. Hanks, who takes great interest in affairs horticultural. INDIAN SCHOOL AT M'DOWELL Mrs. H. 1,. Sanderson will shortly have for McDowell to make Iicr home there for the winter. For the past twelve years Mrs. Sanderson hap been a member of the corps of teachers at the Indian school, there being but two at the institution now who were con nected with the school at the time she arrived in Phoenix. Some time ago it was decided by the Indian department to establish an Indian school at Mc Dowell which would be under the supervision of Mr. Goodman of the Phoenix school. It became his duty to select from his corps of teachers j some one to as-ume the res ion sibil i -! ties of directing the w oi k at the new i school and for this duty he chose Mrs. : Sanderson, ellr ability as an instruc ; toress. it was the opinion of Mr. Good : man. would at once put the McDowell : school on a well organized basis. Rev. 1 Mr. (Jill and wife, who have been in charge of miss'onary work among the i Indians with McDowell their home, : will assist Mrs. Sanderson with the i school work. For the present the Mc ! Doveil school will be only a day ; school. A MAN VERSUS A TRUST. Store Closed All Day Monday, September 3rd LABOR DAY. B L SJ ;r 13 - in a prearranged FAbTo OF GLOBE DUEL AS TOLD BY SURVIVOR VuKmanovich Surrenders Held to Answer. and is Miel, duel, vi vi -: Vukmannvich and recnmmeni be held to aw; prearranged that the sur-ti:-- act ion of the grand jury. JOIN UNION STRIKERS PHOEMX LONGSHOREMEN Fiiends of Meile Vukmanovich. the who had a duel on the street Sat urday afternoon with George Melic the latter dying from the effects of RAILROAD EXTENSION TO PACIFIC COAST Y v SEND FOR OUR CATALOGUES. 133-i4o 112 South Incorporated Main Street LOS ANGELES, A story which suggests a moral for the American public to profit by. Pos sibly it is only a fiction that one man, single-handed, can fight a trust, and come out of the fight on top. In B. Jones. Ilutcher." Samuel H. Adams' story for the September M ('lure's, one man fought a trust; he had plenty of courage, and the backing of an honest community behind him: and he won his Tight. The story probably wasn't based strictly upon fact; but it none thr less contains some valuable sug gestions for the public to think about. Behind the light vein of satire in which It is told there are two or three hard truths which will go home to stay with the average American citizen. Tell us by telephone and we'll send the "hurry-up wagon." City Wood and Coal Co. Phone Mailt 2. Madison "d Sts. man who nad a h his wound at the hospital on Sunday com mitted what in military parlance would hj called a tactical blunder by permit ting him to take the stand in his own behalf at the coroner's inquest, says i he Globe Telegram. The evidence of alb the w itnesses in the case was ex tremely favorablo to the surv ivor of the dud. and there i ould be little doubt of his ultimate absolute acquittal had the defense rested its case right at that point. Put Vukmanovich was put on the stand to teli what h knew; about the incidents leading up to Saturday's bloody encounter and his testimony was decidedly self-i on vict i ng. From his own statements he was as deep in the inire as Melich was in the mud. Vukmanovich admitted that the meeting on "the field of honor" was fully piearrangel. According to his evidence he "called down" Melich for the insults the latter had heaped upon him and admitted that he had demand el satisfaction and redress. They talked over the matter in the room of Vukmanovich and after due delibera tion it was resolved that Vukmano vich'? wounded honor could only be lelieved by a meeting according to the ode. and w ithout seconds. Tiny went out into the street and then talked over the matter a while longer. They rolled a couple of cigar fttes apiece, shook hands and eacn agreed to "fight fair." When each took ills position at the agreed distance it was discovered that Melich did not have his implements of warfare with him. So he went home to get them. Ueturning with them, ihey shook hands once more, expressed regret at the dire lul necessity before them and went at if. This narration is the substance o." what was to'd yesterday by Vukmano vich. j Geo. K. French was sitting in his of tico Sunday afternoon posting up a lot of five-figure entries in a little book denoting his earnings for the previous week, when a stranger entei'-. the I room. Throwing back ids coat, the stranger displayed a revolver that ap peared to Mr. French as he afterward expressed it to be about four yards long. Tlio visitor spoke Knglish but biok-mly. but he made it clear that he was the sol? survivor of the tiuel of the day before. Mr. French made it equally clear that he was not taking charge of individuals I armed with wicked looking guns who I had just got through slaying a man for breakfast, but he knew where there was a man who would take care or him. So he hiked over to the sheriff's office and got a deputy. So that is how Vukmanovich gave himself up. The verdict of the coroner's jury was that the deceased came to his death from u gunshot wound inflicted by M. 3 M. P. to Bceome & Transcon tinental Line. Went ers to San Pedro at itriKe BreaK -Returned With the Lhel On. Chicago. Sept. 1. The plans of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul rail way, for the construction of Its pro jected extension to the Pacific coast were announced officially today. Se attle is to be the coast terminus. It has been assumed thai the Pacific- line would be a continuation of the j Milwaukee and Southern branch which 1 lis being extended from Chamberlain to. Kapid City. S. I)., but it develops that j it is tin northern or Aberdeen branch, now terminating at Kvarts, S. L)., which is to be carried on to tile coast. The entire extension is substantially l.-.iHl mi es. It vv ill cost about J4H.O00 a mile or a total of about $6n,iMH),fhi0. j Tne actual work of construction has i begun already on the Pacific coast ex- i tension and it is expected to be built j and under operation as far as Butte by January 1, 19eS. and to Seattle with- i in a year later. i o Mrs. (ildun "Isn't it ter: ible the way! they adulterate food?" Mrs. Xevvlyvvedi "Yes. indeed. I bought an egtr plant ! A recent arrival from the .-o.it ; a storv that shows up another s ! the lives of those qnest : .riahV C actcis. Jake Miiler a:;d Hi -::dr-d. everybo.lv knows there Is a big si: on among the iongshoreiii-.i at : Pedro and everything is t merce is at a standstill ,n 1 are menaced by the i-oli and the union men on the Not long ago advertise; made for a large number "I were wanted as siiik..- br was announced that s- en day would he pai l for men schooners. Th.-s,. phoeiTx were attracted at !. schooners was riffhl had done a h't . f and were so t I they paid for the j. I L.. ik- r- r o.t.tl He: the other day was a bit of Record. and I don't believe there j Pust. etrtr in it " Phihulplnhia i union Lots of girls are weighed in the bal ance, but most of them would prefer to wade in the brook. Philadelphia Record. in their i: ii.it k.n 1 f it that l i'a t.-. a chance to follow that iuv i:it ; nd get big mo:., v f-.r first outgoing train to San I lied Jake M Her ard Hi K union meant nothing to lh face of so glittering an adv. and they said so. but w h n tl;e ed tile port ai.d were li-M tl schooners w.;e filled wit!-, kmil nothing but lumber.. a .. change was wrought ;i.d in th- they j .iued the longshof and cast the'r infiu. nee w j strikers. "I wouldn't handle lumber ! itntieii doilais a d..v." said Ja ! Hi's response was that he r..-v j any schooner- in Ariz :.. b-a.'.-I lumber. ii i 1 t IS- Stops GOING-1 Itching of the Scalp G-OING!! Instantly. GONE !!! i Herpicide will save it, Herpicide will save it." Too late for Herpicid. NEWSRO'S HERPICIDE kills AT- The Original Remedy that ' the Dandruff Germ." QUITE HOMELY QUITE TRACTIVE. The woman with homely features Tvill not lack attractiveness if her head is crowned with an abund ance of beautiful hair. But, on the other hand, the finest con- es much of the hair i diseased. TI ; .1 ill. to Drug Stores $1. Send 10o stamps, troit, Mich., for a sample. LARSON DRUG CO., Applications at rromlnent barber tour of female face I its attractiveness if scanty or looks dandruff microbe causes brittle or lusteriess hair wi'li la ter dandruff, itching scalp an. I falling hair. Nevvbro's Herpki-b-destroys this enemy of b.i-.ity and permits the hiir to crow nature intended. A ilelishtful hair dressing. Gives wonderful results. No oil or dv . HERPICIDE CO, Dept. H, De- SPECIAL AGENTS, shops.