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THE ARIZONA REP JI5LICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, .NOVEMBER 1 ll)OG
BONDS. Los Angeles, Cal. Oct. 2Gth. 190G. We desire To purchase bonds of the Phoenix Light and Fuel company, of Phoenix, Arizona, to an amount not exceeding $6,000, all unmatured inter fst coupons to accompany the bonds. Any holder of such bonds, desiring to dispose of same, will please com municate with the underpinned, stat ing: price. Title Insurance and Trust Company, Py J. F. JACK, Trust Officer. We Laughed Until We Split When that last cold spell struck us. We split enough wood to fill your orders in a hurry, (let them in early and smile at the nappers. PHOENIX WOOD & COAL CO. Phone Main 135 PIONEER and CONSOLIDATED TRANSFER and STORAGE CO. Baggage Office, 116 North Center St.. Opp Hotel Adams. Tel. Main 142. General Oiiice, 42 South Center St.. opp. Commercial Hotel. Tel. Main 74. i STORAGE SEVEN DAYS FREE.! Modern euipments. Up-to-date service, i Nothing too large or too small or too precious. - Live and let live prices "GO ART" ON A TANK It A GUARANTEE. It Takes Years of Real Servioe to Make a Real Plumber and you don't learn the trade by mail from a Correspondence School, either. The result of our years of ex perience are at your command. G OS ART PLUMBING CO. n 21 -SO North PHOENIX. PbOM VI SSI Scnd Avnui ARIZONA. Rm. U 110. Blankets and Comforts We have a large line and Comforters bought raise. Our customers receive of P.lankets before the the benefit. All styles and all prices. Your Money Goes Further with Us THE EASTERN STORE SELIM ACKEL, Prorietor 244 E. Washington Street You Must Stop for a cool room and quiet nights rest... The Williams House, Maricopa. Arizona. ANHEUSER CHOP HOUSEj We serve the best the market affords. : Quick and clean service. White i waiter. We never close. ! ' LEE HARLEY. Prop. MOORE & McLELLAN, Undertakers and Embalmer. Lady Assistant. 29 West Ada ma SL Telephone Main 122. J, g " ' X i li i did EX-COY. OF OREGON DSES PE-RU-HA IN HIS FAH1LI For Colds and Jt Finds It An Excellent p- Remedy. em r !"i Alii 1 l' it- r - rr iT! I Hi 'S Vmrj. ; jV v-ajiuui uuumiirf, fcait-m, ore. A Letter From the Ex-Governor of i Oregon. The Ex-Governor of Oresron is an ardent admirer of Per una. lie keens it continually in the house. A letter received from him reads, a follows : Statftof Orkgon-, Executive Detaiitjiknt. The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio. Dear Sirs have had occasion to use your Peruna medicine in my fam ily for colds, and it proved to be an excellent remedy. I have not had oc casion to use it for other ailments. Yours very truly, V. M. Lord. It will be noticed that the Governor says lie has not had occasion to use Peruna for other ailments. The reason for this is that most other ailments begin with a cold. Using Peruna promptly tr relieve colds, he protects his family against other ailments. This is what every other family in the United States should do. Keep Peruna in the house. Used Pe-ru-na In the family Eight Years. Mrs. Josephine Gillen, 31") Morris St., Portland, Ore., member Patrons of Husbandry, writes : "Peruna has proven itself of such un told value to us that we are glad to give it due praise. We have had It in the home for more than eight years. "it restores health in a few short weeks, takes away headaches and back aches, increases the appetite and re stores lost nerve force. It is a specific '. for colds and catarrh." j Every family should be provided with copy of Dr. Hartman's free book on i "Cnronic Catarrh." Address Dr. S B i tlartman. Co'umbus. Ohio, j RUEF WANTS TO KNOW i What District Attorney Langdon Has Against Him. Pan ground maile t. edition Francisco. ct. 31. (m the that an attempt was being am the sc. re-, s r.f the pros-' against the alleged grafters. Attorney l.anIon toilay re i answer the questions put io j I list; ict fused t him by counsel for Ituef. when sum moned to give a deposition before No tary Public Knox. Langdon was called in a i injunction j suit brought by Langdon restraining j Hut f from acting as district attorney, i to which place ho was appoint' I i when the board of supervisors ousted j Langdon last Thuisday night. ! Ruef. now proposes to have the dis ! triet attorn-- cite. for contempt in re fusing to answer question--. h;ir.s'in claims justification of his position be cause of the apparent effort to learn ; sortie evid- nce against Uucf now in his ; (Langdon's) possession. -e- I'.ettt r a p'-nny gi than a dollar given Chicago News. ell with a smile with a fiown. 6 tali ju x PART II G SKATER: ATTEOTIOW The Maricopa Skating Rink management wishes to announce once more that their aim in the past has been to enforce the best of behavior by every skater on the floor and to be free from rowdyism; also that this enf crcement will continue as before, and you dially invited to come and skats and judge for yourselves. Schilling & Bobst, Proprietors. A MOUNTAIN IRiP IN EAS1ERN ARIZONA Summer Vacation With Winter Trim mings Pack Mule's Lucky Toboggan Slide No Game Was Sought For or Found. A. W. Gilpin and Leo Heileinan tuined yesterday morning from oveiland trip, which they began October 3. They found practitally le an o;i no game, in fact wyre not looking for any. ! Their main purpose was to " See Arizo na First," and they saw it, or at least a large pan of what they had not seen hi. fore. They went from here to Hoosevelt and Globe, then via Rice's station south of Globe to Flack river and Fort Apache. ' From there they went to W hite river, up Diamond creek to a mountam known as Old Faldy, back to Flack river, thetiee to the Chirieahua cattle ranch, and then to Pice again, ami through Globe to IlooseVelt and home. Most of their time was devoted to traveling, as they did not tarry long in one place. There were numerous incidents of a commonplace nature in mountain trav eling and a few unusual ones. One they particulaily dwell u; is the hospitable treatment of '. V. ("rouse, the Indian agent at White river, who was formerly a Phoenix citizen. They say they think they climbed the b'ggest and roughest mountain that were ever created and surely pii ke 1 the worst ones that can be found in eastern Ari zona. One of their unusual in id- nts occur red on the trip up Diamond Creek from White river to Old It.ihiy. They had outfitted with a wagon and tun teams', one of the teams Ikmiisj mules. When they had occasion to make a side trip .like this one. they u-ed the mul-s "or I pack animals, leaving the w agon bt -J hind. While climbing a big hill on Diamond cretk, one of the pack mules j lost his footing and rolled down the i mountain side -' feet, lie might have j been able to stop before, only for the fact that the pack slipped round on the under side and when he turned light I side up. his leg- were so shot t at the : lower en.l that his feet could not touch the ground. Ro he k-pt rolling until j he lodged against a pine tree. That would proljanly have kUI-d him had it not been that he struck the tree on the ,"pac k" side, the pack a- t ng as a cus!i ! ion. Hut the contents of the pack were breken up r -gardles: and the mouu j taineer's found it neces-ary to return j to White river for a new outfit, j Of the other incidents, about the m(ict extraordinary was a season of travel ; through a sienv storm and bitter cold i weather for Arizona. When they left here they took four changes of cloth- ! ing w ith them. At the Chirieahua ' (ranch they i ut fhem a'l on at iHn-p and ! (then shed th'm gradually. as they jwotk-rd back toward the sun-kissed re- j gion. G!ob is reported as makinrr wonder ful strides. There is lots of building and many handsome structures are al ieady completed. KIPLING AS A PREACHER. In addition ;o being aw : iter of inter national fame and a politic'an of some note. Itud; ard Kipling is a bit of a preacher. During one of his voyages a qu i r te.-masu r of the ship di- .1. Next ide- th bullet1-- board ho;-'- the (brief inscription : "Sermon liv a layman I at p. m." Th-- curious crow d w hich J gathered discovered Kipling standing j n an irrinrov'sed olatform. from which be . reai hed a fifteen tninnt- sermon. ; TIk- liest t est i moi i i to his ' loquenc e , lay in the result. From a congregation j numbei ing less than j" ') lir sum of ULA i ti are cor- J Of Local Interest NEW PLACE TO j i ill room is to morning under new gentlemen in charge EAT The Palace be re-opened this management. The of the project are nary . riswen ana ueorge laylor, com posing the tirm of Criswell & Taylor. These men are both practical, know vt,e business thoioughly ami propose to make the now place a popular one. RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS The ex amination announced by the local civ il service commission some time ago, to be held on the 14th of November, has been postponed until Novor.ber r8th, at which time applicants for the posi tion of railway mail d-rk may take the test. The salary for the first year is $mj0. Other valuable information in connection with the service can be se cured from any of the railway mail clerks who have runs into Phoenix. At presi nt the register of available men has been exhausted for this division, and it is likely that anv successful ap plicant can secure a po-ition at once. There is at present a vacancy on the Clifton and r-ordsburg run. which pays a salary of $l(inu a year. NO JOINTURE SENTIMENT Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Eastwood and daughter Duetta. returned Wednesday morning after an absence of four ninnths. Mr. Eastwood s-ays that during their tour from San Francisco to I 'h ' lade'phia. and a two months slay in Pennsylva nia, lie heard no one speak in favor of jointure. Among the pleasant incidents of the summer was an all-day family reunion at the home of one of ins si--ters, where forty-seven relative1! v.-ri-prosent. They ):ld a taste of winter last week in Denver, when they passed through a three day's snow storm. Dur ing a stop-over at Hocky Ford Mr. Eastwood leaim-d that th" ear.teloupe industry there is still f'.oruishing. but the beet industry got s far ah ad of it. Asked if he got The Republican while he was away, lie replic-J that it follow- ed him and he GOT district known up regularly wherever he went wa- always glad to get it. A BAD FALL W. N. Tiffany, c -ut t stenographer and a well horseman, received a very bad terday foreli ion at the Mari- fall yesterd copa skntin exj'i rt sk it as.-ist Mi-s was a new tive litth- w the rink th' way and in Tr.i bridge rink. Mr. Tiffany is an r and hail volunteered to Trowbridge, the artist who begiiin- r with, the docep : e!s. W'h'!'"- passing round ir skates collided in sonic his effort to keep Miss from falling, with a help, was utu'.bl.- to save hini- Ies foot lu self. in the hitting (he b: In the f:ill he went backwaru : the back of his head on the llooi so hard 1 for a few stored le- a- was rendered un minutes. Wh.-n hi onscious e was ie n ttie ad- w;ts taken hoint vice of his physici'ii who t 'ld him to ft st quietly f..r a day or two until he recover fours,. 1 from the shock. In the f the afternoon he seemed to j grow rather w o: se and at one time lve . came delirious, his physician calling a I couple of times during the day. Last evening ho was entirely restored men : tally btit it is In lieve 1 he suffered a very slight concussion, t avoid the evil results of which he will neces sarily remain in perfect quiet for a few days, it is another illustration of the common observation that nobody is ever safe. It is more apt to be the old railroad man the aw k ward ! Mr. Tiffany was that he is recog best of skaters. w ho gets killed than j inner. The case of j quite surprising in n-zed as o:ie of the In the years of the former skating craze he was something of a professional ofti-a being paid weii for exhibition skating. Hie of his stunts was to skate on stilts two or three feet high, a feat that few sk iters would care to attempt bow e ver accom plish.., they might be. o FRENCH ARTILLERY THE BEST. After an labo-ate review of the woi k of the I rench artillery during the cei.t army maneuvers, the military eoi i -spomlent of the Eomio-i Times reaches the conclusion: Everything taken together, there can be no doubt that th" French field artillery is the best in the woi! 1. and that it is so thor oughly pi i par-'d for w ar by tie- prac tical science of its officers, th" skill of its men and the excellence of its ma terial that it must long retain the posi tion of pre-emiin.ni to which it is just ly entitled. o ALFRED EDWARD MASON. WOODLEY Com l a t i vely little' is known on this side oi th. water of the personality Alfred Edwartl Woodley Mason though his work is exciting keen ami growing , interest. The Miranda of the Balcony,' Feathers,' and a mi ml"' author of 1 "The Fov. r ef otler ;iocls and plays. was !, ii n in lv.". :in:l w;is graduated w;is gradua.tt" d trom .l lnuy i ;- leg Oxford. lb' has been writing since early in the nineties, mountain limbing and sailing being the pie is ores ef his holidays. Mr. Mason's ne novel, "Uunmtrg Water,'" a eliaiar'-- steely and tat,- of adventure, the scene se chiefly in the. Alps, is running ii ?" . - 1 ' V-".---. ' ' ' " i-- boaccr cfsS ; 1: M isses tCoats i a H 'A I 1 You m iv see a (o.its and (Mill sty if tie color of ovi million pretty different, but e: y co:i is : e 1. is not bee ciiivg it mam i s n t : s ani it that col..r t i yo;:r liaaglit. r. her Low p: et t y t ho 1 ( - What she war.t: w i d jo ,i . i Ti on h becomes per j:.-t. Now. anion i oar ( 'int s. Hit re ai c so red co its m i y is the co it t ii:u the coat that line of Misses' manv different styles so n inv different mate: ial-. so many difft rent colors ami col or combination-! that you ar sur to find among them some coat which, in every essential feature, style, weave and color. prove to be the happy combination of wh it's "just right'" for your daugh ter to wear. Every girl from the tiny tot t the young lady will find just kind of coat here ami at a reason able price. Alterations Made Absolutely NO MATTER HOW MUCH OR HOW LITTLE WORK IS NECESSARY TO FIT YOU, THERE 13 NOT A CENT TO PAY FOR THE ALTERATIONS. DON'T FORGET THIS WHEN YOU SELECT YOLR SLIT. SKIRT OR COAT. "Buster Brown" p.CSERi-Co. Cotton Blankets Hose ' v fi72- r: -: If yi-u want the b-st 2T,c sch.ol A- 4 ' A . Jjf? Dhiik-ts du-ing wi:..r-t l.ose for boys and girls, ask for the """V fc- ti place .f si, "Jiuster Frown" brand-made f, . f' fl You'll sleep as sm:g as v.- i-- gie si rvi -e and guaranteed to out- . x , 1 , . , wear two pairs of -the -ordinary verM.il -bug m the r-.g if vo .: , two-bii Stockings. Our si.ecial f.' ''. OCCLUSIVE lik-wis.-. White ;.r.d e-'rs .. ITiee - V i.l ACENT all q::a'.,tie, f:o,a 1 9c pair Ci- 'V31 75c up Winter Underwear Sale Plaid Dress Goods Another big lot of Ladies and Children's Winter Now is the tioi - to . c.h t e.r ; ; . : 1 g Fnderwear his ton heapetl upon the bargain e-oun- Suits. Skirts or '"oats. You'll hr.l ail th- teis .for quick .'thing t lay. S 'parte Vests, favorite plaids here in vai :..us wtiglts j.-;,.; .:;.,i . . . Pants, or Fnion Suits among tin in in great variety. and as they're selling raj idly . a : ... 1 i-v..r Don't buy a -cnt's worth of Fnd'-rwi a" till you have select yours b-fo;e the prettier or s ..r -. 1-. set n the bargains ; be had lure. very moderate, if you consider the wi l;!'. .. . . ..- Perfumes CTrtn. Hand Bags Colgate's ar.d Vantines' Popular I I f 5 V" 'tS BY f3r the best arietw of H-nJ Perfumes in all the wanted odors I I i'vo- Bags in town will be feucH H-re. A - are here. Various sizes and prices I t :"f X- J especially strong hr; cf hi-jW c---a-j- from K'X" ' I ' F'n9er Ba3s" in zi colors. Q-: v 1 1 y of a kind. 1 Oc up X- Sekct Yours Ncw Doherty's Old-Fashioned" Black Taffetta Y"c have- ti xc!u-ie' agucv loned I'laek to wear the i'aff la, tie kind our k-i'd that will stand no other and it's Silk on t guara nl- ma not ket that to split should , c i and your mom. v 27-inch. 36- inch . I -. iV'Vy.-4 Separate Skirts Have ; -ti ml skirts.' !e k- p; a- long .'u ver thought how t' ila i:si 'iihiess of you: i he skirt y.vj w o; k in can o 'king trim ar 1 neat ju-t !- .!! choose; ynnr walk can retain its ni-p fresii- ing kirt and our rt f r ilrc- 1 v. ea r. ant provide 1 its for their i em;: tn ii :id '-it i v.i'j i i:;i;i v our diffc:cnt uses a jesting pause; th as y !ii lo. I give need them th it as muci Itii-'ht now y a Incroast e.pensc waniioiie ;it ;j i!'i!:;n t he many ban is mu -if q m and inexpen si ve new mo p hs j.!; ii Is jit st received, all sized women even i wais measure in all Skins for as hii'gc as 4 tl.e lal st styles ami Tabrles. Come in and look today. All the latest F.-lt Kuckh Hat Fins Felt Pins Feaisty Pin for this "oltl-fash- ihers us. d absnlute-ly ks like it a is. If it grainine alone Yanitv F. g Veils Y-i'ing Si'k llo.-ieiy even lo for two b.e k. .$1.25 yd. .$1.75 yd. We inak thi. Sh For oes WE HAVE-A FULL LINE OF THE RENOWNED L'TZ . DL'M, SHOES FOR WOMEN. THEY ARE AS COOD AS MOST $3.00 SHOES. AND ARE SHOWN IN ALL THE NEW SHAPES. THE PRICE IS V-OPERATE.' 3.50 pair Traveling Coats Tl.afs the te these sei: i oats of rough 1 f'l- ii any p the l'r. d lhr : .t !..s rp os, and oul i l e An excel r. mixtu: es -t ti The ing fn places at $7.50 to $25 Free 6f Charge Fancy Goods things on the mark-I f; !t e ..'.' 1 J. At lb.-e i A sin Women iitn"