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THE ARIZONA RI2PUBIiICA3f, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER J 1, 1903
lO They Are Afraid L0UK Ask 127-133 EAST ADAMS 8T. DEATH ON THE DESERT OF MARION C. FANNER Recalled by the Story of a Fight in the Santa Monica Home. Coast papers which came to Phoenix yesterday, mentioned that in a fight which took place a day or two ago between two old soldiers at the Home at Santa Monica one of them, a veter an named Fanner, had his leg broken. That was an item of interest to many Phoenix people who remembered a death on the desert near Winter's Wells about a year ago. The body, or rather, the skeleton of a man. was found near the wells and the coroner was notified. There were found in the vicinity of the skeleton, papers, among them pension papers which left no doubt that the skeleton was that of Marion C Fenner. an old soldier who hud lived in and about Phoenix for several years. lie had also been an inmate of tht Soldiers' Home at Santa Monica at different times and had been given leave at one time and another to return to the territory. When here he was generally at work at something or other. He had been in Phoenix some time before the finding of the skeleton and it was learned that he hadgone from here to Salome. Further inquiry brought out that he and another man whose name cannot now be recalled, left Salome for the south on foot. The other man could not be rocatea after iYk o A jr ri. !", VVV-'CA The Arizorm Sanitarium 515 NORTH CENTER ST. PHONE RED 1533. Large, sunny rooms: ample hygienic dietary. You will find our bath and treatment rooms neat, clean and weil equipped for hydropathic and electrical treatments, including electric and electric light baths, general and local; mas sage, salt glows, sprays, etc. On account of the many calls coming to us from those suffering with the various lung troubles, and as we have not in the past and do not care to ac cept such cases in "The Sanitarium," we have secured the old Lomas Park place, which is beautifully situated six miles from town, on the Tempe road, and havetitted it up with new houses and facilities for the care of such cases. This place is high and dry and has plenty of good water. Our prices are rea sonable, and no extra chsrjes for physician's call two or three times per week. Will be ready to receive patients October 10, 1906. For further particulars, apply by letter or in person to "The Arizona Sanitarium." Mow Is the Time to Order Your fall and winter suit. Our prices and artistic workmanship will con vince you that we mean what we say. Call and see our latest novelties of imported and domestic woolens. NICHOLSON Importing Tailor Oft, COPIES OF NEWEST FOREIGN CREATIONS IN MILLINERY ARE NOW READY FOR YOUR EXAMINATION. Evening and 3 S'unning d-icn.. in White and Colore.! Kroadcloth. obtained directly by us at ligures enabling us to se!! to you at prices, in some cases, lower than you can buv materials. STEINS a There are. in this neighborhood agents for several "bucket bowl" cream separators. "Bucket bowl" separators are the kind with bis bowls, full of parts, set on top of their spindles. These agents say to farmers intending to buy a separator. "Look out for the Tubular, or "Dcm't try the Tubular," or "Beware of the Tubular." - To hear them taik you would guess right away that The Sharpies Tubular Is the best cream separator made, and that these "bucket bowl" fellows are afraid of it. And they are afraid of it. The Tubular surpasses every other separator in every particular, and you should take mighty good care you do see a Tubular before you buy a separator. I will be pleased to show you the latest Tubular, and give you an illustrated catalog. W. About the lioosier Drills 124-128 the finding of the bones, though it was learned afterward from a brother who passed through the country, that he had died at Yuma. Members of the Grand Army who were seen yesterday said that the man hurt in the fight at Santa Monica must have been some other Fanner, for they had no doubt that M. C. Fanner was dead. While the skeleton could not be in any way identified, the papers lound near it conclusively proved that the bones were those of Fanner. So cer tain were the comrades of Fanner on that point, application had been made for his accrued pension and it had been received an 3 applied to the pay ment of the expense of giving his bones which had been brought to town, prop er burial. AN INTRODUCTION OF ARTISTS Two of the new members of the fac ulty of the Arizona School of Music will appear in public for the first time in Phoenix tonight at the South Meth odist church. They are Francis Hughes, who is in charge of the voic culture at the school and Karl Hein- rich. teacher of the violin. The for- t mer is the late tenor of the Men delssohn and Katherine Rldgway Con cert companies and the possessor of a tenor voice, the equal of which has never before been heard in Phoenix. Mr. Heinrich is a son of Max HeinricX the eminent baritone and a rare per former on the instrument he has spent many years in studying. The two gen tlemen will give the entire program of the evening which will begin at S:30 o'clock. As is the custom of the school there will he no admission charge and the public is cordially invited to at tend. i H Goats Li Opera STREET 1 1 1 I fe3 EAST WASHINGTON ARIZONA CANAL W. II. A. EXTENDS ITS RELIEF Will Furnish Water to Grain Lands at $1.50 Per Acre. There was a meeting of the executive committee of the Arizona Canal Water Users' association vesterdav afternoon. at which it was decided to sell winter ! water for the six months beginnin; October la and ending April 15. Iin4, j 3 to train growers not already members i of the association for $1.50 per acre. : This is no recession from the pre- ; viously published determination t" ask j $3 per year for water, but is a new move, designed to benefit both the j grain growers who would like to buy water and the association itself U will be remembered that $1.50 an ! acre was charged for water !ast year ' ! and another $1.50 was charged to mem- 1 Pers r water this year. To thoe who want water all the time, or, more I explicitly, want to join the association i e. ing this year. $3 was charged, that be ing the amount it had cost all to enter, j and the old members standing the j work, worry and doubt of the project ! in its infancy. Most of the old mem- bers and those who have joined thl year have trees or various crops that want more or less water the yeai round, and most of those situated un der the Arizona canal have joined. But there is a large acreage of land under the Arizona devoted entirely to raising grain. The owners were fome of them doubtful of the project in the beginning and kept ..ut of jj. It was too late to make a crop last year, any how, when the canal was put in miii. mission, and tlu-y declared they could i not afford to pay $;t an acre for water; to make next a !'. crop. This ar. i I rangement attords tli.-m water tor the next crop at a price they can pay. thus helping them out at a season of the year wl-.en there is plenty of water for all. and bringing that much more money into the treasury for the use of the association and as an insurance against unusual expenditures that may be incurred hv possible brcakinir of ditches iuriiig coming Hood reasons. ' The association is now in pretty 1 good condition. There is a heavy in-; debtedness hanging over It. but there is money in the treasury and it is pro- j posed at once to pay all the little bills i in full and ." per cent on the larger : bills. It is believed That by the first of next month there will be ample money in the treasury to completely ! w ipe out the indebtedness, and that ! with these new- grain lands coming in there will be money in the treasury to; meet any extraordinary cnu rgency. There was a small break in the Kx- tension last wevk, but it was repaired in two days, and it was decided that while Mr. v'ollins and a force of men, was already at the head, to repair the; rock dam that was injured by the sum- ; mer Moods. That work is now in. progress. Fnr Salp at a Rarnrain f I Ul UUIU Ul U iv'UIUIIII BEST IMPROVED RANCH IN THE VALLEY Before buying, investigate mine. Terms to suit purchaser. One mile ! west of Alhambra brick yard. J Thos. McGinnisI it Orders called for and delivered. Phone Hlack 3:.3. THE ARIZONA CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS is the best place in town to got your clothes cleaned or dyed. Mr- I ;tl.. Ay;iAM 1 1 1 1. " " " -1 .wi . 1 w 1 iiiu I M 11 11 guuca, c 239 Kiist Washington St. Props, j 1 Cut Flowers ; for sale at ! Dunbar's Rose Gardens ; I Corner West Adams and Twentyfirst ; i Sts. Telephone Main 56. AIMHEUSER CHOP HOUSE We serve the best the market affords. Quick and e'ean service. White 1 waiter. We never close. LEE HARLEY, Prop. jP11 Sft n7 ' 0 Tha J1 j -Better ( '((jfjAp XU- i8is IS SAY! dust I; -t H S tjl 3 I X a A FINE BRIDLE !'!'!. ;:h'v t! c . r seen in these par i; t bridh was recently made in !!., p lii'entiar.,' at Yuma by a iium named '. peua. sent i r from this 'm;i:c . few mor.lhx l-m. ,, ;,, , ..f r. WI. .r. and an ornamental feature is .1 i 1 1 product ion of ; silver on cither a revolver, n.ade v-id- of the bit. COL. LEAVELL RETURNS '.!. I". V. I.eavcl has returned l'rntn a trip to th" north, where he insnected the l"!agstalT company f '' national guard of Arizona. ;rd -p.au a day I'rescott. also. Doesyour face oo& fresh? )r . jt i,)0k si iow, fadcil :inl worn? If yiutr comj lex ion isnt s:in oih .-;:ul t r.'.r.sparcn t as you would like it t W, ;;sc ll.VCiAN'S MAG NOLIA MALM. No woman need look old and won: lio w ill ::so this dcliht f;:I liipiid l(cautilkr. Harmless, iustuiillv ;iplicil and in-possible to detect. 1 ' 1 Catarrh ti Remedies But none like BEAR.'5 Catarrh Jelly Gives relief at once and KU RES KOLD IN THE HEAD. Others may offer something like it, but you get what you ask for at Proper Prices at The BEAR DRUG STORE POTTER & R02IENE, Prop, OrP- City Hall. See th Bears in the window. ti IS! r M ill n u 1 i l l M' 1 i 1 -v :U j A 'v S p. i-A 4 I ((5A One Word With You, Sir! We want you to come in our store and get posted on GOOD CLOTHES. Just got in another case of STEIN -BLOCK Smart Suits arrf. oh me, oh my, they are certainly beauties. We do not ex pect you to buy when yoj come in our store. We are pleased when you do, but just ccme in. We have your size in a STEIN -BLOCK Fall Business Suit right- up-to-date not one second be hind all the very newest Cuts and Correct Models. Try? It will be a fit. No matter if you pay $10 or $30 for a suit here, you will get a FIT. Re member, please, that our time here is all yours. Your money's worth always. PAJAMAS and NIGHT SHIRTS You spend one-hird of your life in bed, sir, so look well to your sleeping garments. We've ideal Night Robes and Pajamas, made of muslin, domct fiannel, Scotch flannel, etc., etc., both plain and fancy trimmed. Night Robes. 75c to $2.00. Pajamas. $1.25 to $5.00 the suit. Here's where newness and cor rect styles are slways certain. We're constantly on the alert to secure the choicest creations in Men's "Fixin's." The man who wants "the thing, and vants it while it's new, will do well to come here for his haberdashery. Shirts. Ties, Gloves, Collars, Cuffs, etc., are always to be found here in styles that are "different." Or HnrToD c 0 )? HIBRARD: Delay is Dangerous lo! f I'i Tr v- . - 111 I Are yo;i v;1 f,.r; lr. ironi me elirti:ie sfi.-e- lion? Muke n mistake. ret--re your health Ht Kin e. (u t exjicrl ineihi i'. treiumeiit Ue t mi'hiliiT lour litV nmv e inv ed in t 'fill i tut your s 1 1 nit-tit . l;-i-ni' iitrii h e MwMorii ly n fued ri yield to od;iir medii ine. met hodr. Mild A iiiil la in.'., ii re i 11 Ii Wl V I -ell. Med mid cured lhve you r. in h-d or .Med Ilmt Mms:.-? Skill. Hioi.d and l'riate ll-cc iih n 1 1 I hei r di l ro 1 1: . harm nil 1 1 ! .. n. -11.111 ei l.'.-t. rr e..i!il'!.'(el- e ra-1 1 in t ei t tr.m I he h . ! ii-m uith'.ut the iim ot inturioiis .inic. Pr. 1 1 1 1 !'. r I is an edu. at. d Si.e. ialisl. In reier- etleei Ble all llle t.nllk oi I'tKH'liix. all the county mid teTitoriul olil. i.il. 11 - well the rerex-iitH 1 i ve hui 1 1, men ot Arizona. The l'oetor i honc-t u ii h 1 he Mi-k . 1 1 your ee i ' curaMe he 1!! tell v. .11. !i net. l;o'i ill irauk- IV o lhlorin lull. I 11 ti veil will Mv' tune.! s noney 1; rovi I h- nid ixm'iiv. Mice .ni 1 1 v lamer and external , 1 ,.,.1 .1 k ti.l. ..r TI... .. .-.:i ' I lire ill ll lari.-e -r evlll ul l a-. -.. 1'.. l:,.l lie de- ' eiv.d it ou Imic a crowih n mutter how; pma'd. he! In r .m!i'. v. or m.t. it i ur7ieiciil ,atidhoir,d tic iinniediatt 1 n-moved Leiore it i too lute. eiinliat;..ti Free. Hit. hard liuild- I 1 11 - r. mi .Wenue. .n.i,.;;e Court I House 1'laa. lloiir h 11. 1 6 7. Our opening sale of new Fall Coats, Suits, Skirts and Shirt Waists commences Wednesday morning and continues all week. This department is full of all the, up-to-date garments that this season has brought to the front. Our Ready-to-Wear department is in charge of Mrs. A. E. Frankforter, a thorough dressmaker, and she will see that every garment sold in this, department v. ill be perfect fitting.. We will be glad to .how you our line. Below you will find a few specials: LADIES' COATS. RAIN COATS. Wednesday morning we ,,lace on sale a very special Today is the u y to buy (,i;o of those extra value rain u.ie or -4 length coats, with velvet trimmings; splen- coats in gray, brown or mixtures at our opening price did value at $ 12....0. Opening price $5.00 each 1 2.50 each BEARSKIN COATS. Pearskin coats for childivnf tom one to live vears is LADIES' TAILOR SUITS. , the new thin. They are handsome, and come in I'or our opening sale of suits we have a line that is 5r, 'T'',""' cardinal, and li-,t blue, and spe- second to ,.or.e. They come In many patterns. The . Piued at coats arc the short box stvle. Our opening price $3.00 each $13.50 i.jj ' "THE BMT ALWAYS" w 9 I oggery r-3 m Succeed a Like succosft DC. niliSARD IS KNOWN THUOO-MOU' TMC SOUTHWtST AS A IS CHRONIC DISEASES Hnh.m tha confldsnc , nod patroimire of ttf . lradiu bnsiuee men j and most promui u citizens of Arizona. Tb 1 Hjr tor a l rmlnn of i Hsrrard M-niical C1'vt. Wa lormer!; weo- . tier ol the Rhode Island and Coloraio State Hfifdic Soc'it'ss. na I'nitkd States I'knsios ln , INo.K. Huaii h id wealth Economy to tx; weli ' Are you eulleriuK from some ciaro:dc atiection" Ar foil weak, sick and uiiabl to rform tb 1 ordinary c'Tiae of lifeT H no. bowareot patent nedicins, inexixTieucPd and unskilled phjrsi I ciunn. Pr. Hiblvir.l nmpiojs none but ratiuca I and M-ientiric metho.l he usee no iijnriour droes in rfmovinir ihe t-oionous effect o7 1 BLOOD AN l PKU TK IitAStS from ttf rsvem. itXUALi rVEAKXS. with all lu b-ireful eiTecta positively cured by the lat. and best remethea. Chronic, nerToue. biooc kidney, urinary, bl.nlder a;d rpecial disease, treated iu a e.rirtly m-to-laie manner. Itibhard l'uiidin, 26-23 South 2nd A.. Phceiux. Arizona. ! i , r i7. . .h ":'u ' w "r I I .--. mi cr an v uiu luuulli 1 mi. i" - mwi CK1I f CI II SUCCESSFUL RELIABLE PROGRESSIVE Boss Patent Made of Kansas hard wheat and ground by Holstead Mill ing Co Holstead, Kansas. Ruby Made of Kansas hard whe.it and ground by Halstead Mill ing Co., Halstead, Kansas. Cream of Wheat Made of equal parts Kansas and Arizona wheat, ground by Phoenix Flour Mills. Iris Made of selected Arizona wheat. We recommend the above brands and guarantee them. We also carry Star Western Delight Daisy which are aiso first class and fully guaranteed. 4 X Flour if you cheaper. want something Watch this space for SATURDAY SPECIAL E. S. Walielin Grocer Co, I i PATXNT. 1 PATENTS Raiard nsnaaat. Ansel. Band far fr boat oa irataatax.