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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY 3IOKXING, FEBRUARY II), 190S.
We Have Plenty of Shotgun Cartridges IVr quail, duck an.l general shooting. We cany a large slock and there is no shortage with us at this time. y Social attention and prcrapt shipments on out-of-town orders all filled same 'day received. WhoUsale trade solicited. Special prices to retail trade in full case (500) lots. Guns bought, sold, rented, exchanged, and repaired. PINNEY & ROBINSON THE GUN STORE 40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. .Bend for fre. Gam. Law card. Established 1117. iB a no wm n a ft r.- 11 B Ostrich Goods Our Ostrich Feather Goods add elegance to the most refined or elaborate costume. We sell them to the consumer at producers' prices, direct from the farm where we raise the ostriches and pro duce the feathers. We earrv the largest line of Plumes. Fans, Boas. Stoles and Tips i" the Southwest, made from the finest feathers grown, or Make Special Pieces to Order Don't buy ur.til you get our prices. We have a few very fine soft, hand-made Ostrich Feather Dust ers on sale, the only thing for nice furniture. Goods delivered anywhere in the United States ' repaid. Arizona Ostrich Farm PHOENIIX, ARIZONA. Cor. Adams and 1st Sts. - Opp. New Noble Bldg. Li n a a! n new raw Sest Goods Lowest Prices SANTA FE TIME TABLE. PHOENIX CITY TIME. Leave. Arrive. "The Diamond Jo," (or Hot Spring function, Wlcken burg, Prescott and branch points, Jerome, Ash Fork, Los Angeles, San Fran cisco and all points west 2:00 a.m. 2:35 a.m. "The Daylight Express," for Hot Springs Junction (Castlo Hot Springs), Wlckenburg, rA. & C. branch points, Congress Junction, Prescott, Ash Fork, Denver, Kansas " City, Chicago and ail Miss Morey is a queenly appearing womanand in her varied roles as en tertainer in her father's court, as the lover of Marias, the young Roman, and finally as, his slayer, through mis taken Identity, and her own suicide and confession or ralth in the Chris tian religion, she displayed the highest order of talent. J. Harrison Taylor as Marias, could not have bevn belter se lected either for his physWrue1 or his accomplishments and L. K. Martelle j as the high priest and a chief con j spirator in the tragedy carried well his unlovable part. C. D. Cubine. as j Pilate was good in his portrayal of the fine-appearing magistrate yet weak points east 8:00 a.m. 4:10 p.m. ,No trains on A. & C. Ry. or Poland branch Sun days. THE WEATHER. ''The Good Fellowship of a Good Watch" There is something In the good fellowship of a good watch that Is alwavs felt bv the owner that Is. in words, hard to define. Ask your friend who has a good watch a watch that keeps perfect time how much he w ill take for it and he will laugh at you. It is because there 1s that attachment to it that knowledge of its faithfulness that places it above its actual intrinsic value. These are the kind of watches we sell, and it Is only theso kind that you become attached to. From $10 up. F. A. HILDERBRAN & CO., Jewelers SUCCESSORS TO GEO. H. COOK. 1 0-12 W. Washington St. - Phoenix. 25 OFF ON ALL NAVAJO BLANKETS 0 AND MEXICAN ZARAPES The Navajo Curio 12 NORTH CENTER ST NO ORDINARY CATTLE Supply the meat sold at this market. It comes from the very choicest live stock bred. If you would have an es pecially fine dinner next Sunday let us Fupply the meat. After you have tast ed it, we do not believe you will re quire coaxing to give us another or der. Especially as our meats cost no more than the ordinary kinds. P. T. HURLEY, 17 West Washington St. The Best Equipped Shop combined with the most skilled Automobile men will save you time, money ar.d machine. We Have This Isn't your time, money End machine just as valuable in Phoenix as e Isewhere? Phoenix Auto Co., Cor. Fourth Ave. and Washington. Phone Main 145 Arthur Ainswcrth. Manager. WINTER, TERM NOW OPENING AT ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC Superior Advantages in ail branches of MUSIC, PHYSICAL CULTURE, ELOCUTION AND LANGUAGES. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Director. Butter-Nut Bread is Good Bread Need we t-ay more? Manufactured and distributed only by Edward Eisele. PHOENIX BAKERY. Estab. 18S1. Phone Main 89. 3 SEE OUR NEW QUARTERS -6 & 8 E. WASHINGTON ST. Rozensweig's Jewelry Co. The Pacific Mutual Life in-! surance Company j GUARANTEES THE FOLLOWING: j 1st. A Cash Income if you are dis- ' abled by accident. , 2nd. ' A Cash Income if you are dis abled by sickness. , 3rd. A Cash Income if you become totally disabled. j 4th. A Cash Income for yourself in ' old age. 5th. A Cash Income for your family I in case of your death. j One Contract, One Premium, Five j Benefits. Protect yourself that you may pro- j tect others. i I W. T. & W. B. BARR GENERAL AGENTS. 321-2 Fleming Bldg, Phoenix. Arizona. SADDLES AND GUNS New and second hand bought, Bold and exchanged. Harry Friedman 35 North Center St 1 CKees Cash Store Forecast for today: Fair. 6:30 am. Barometer, inches 1U.U2 Best Standard Tomatoes, per can 10 Best Standard Corn, per can : 10J 5-gal can best OH --S1.45 5-gal. can best Gasoline S1.95 6 bars Diamond C Soap 23d Best Table Plums 15 Best Table Peaches 20d Best Table Pears 20 Best Table Blackberries. . -20 Baker's Cocoa 25 New Soft Shell Almonds.. 20d Best Soft Shell Walnuts. . -20d BEST EASTERN BACON 16 5 lbs. Pure Leaf Lard 75 10 lbs. Pure Leaf Lard.. 1.40 10 lb. box National Soda Crackers 63J Bishop's Jains, rcr jar 23J Every article guaranteed or money refunded. Extra Special 1,000 pounds best Eastern Hams 15 200 sacks best Stockton Spuds 2d 100 sacks Karly Seed Spuds S2.75 hi points east 8:00 a.m. 4:10 p.m. an" vacillating. .Miss iniocne anu P,No trains on A. & C. Ry. I C- H. Archer as the king and queen, did very well and all the other charac ters were very well sustained, espec- j ially Andrew, Peter and Judas Iscar iot, the latter appearing best in the B j , moment of his realization of his awful B I Local Daily Weather Report for the tTime and the spurning f the Hilver I Arizona Republican. lle raa s" leanuuy earned. rue story is mat or me great pas sion In all its tragic details, with the 5 ' 30 I romance anu us jrrewsonie enuiiiK, oi p.m. 3d ,,c j alone told the story to all present who Mar. fj.mi:tr with tli scriiitural recital and the characters but enlivened the picture and carried through the fate ful incidents of the lives of Marias and Salome. It is a performance that though en tertaining, one hesitates nbout refer ring to as an entertainment. It is rather, a study, or if not a study it ap peals in tfie light of worship or an in cident sought, iat present impres sions might be more deeply engraved on the hearts of those who witness it. It possesses no feature of comedy. As soon would a person of culture seek the quickening of his risibilities after once becoming interested in the pre sentation as he would In attending di vine worship. The impulse to laugh is not present, even if something fun ny should occur, (in the contrary, one cannot but feel to some extent that he ii for the moinent living in the atmos phere of those scenes that attended the birth of Christian civilization. To the believer the influence is that -T5e . White Indian A white Indian is a tick In dian. When the Indians first saw a white man they were sure he was sick. White skin sic': nun was their argument "Pale-face" is the name they gave us. , Pale faces can be cured. When blood is properly fed the face jlows with health. Scott's Emulsion is a rich blood food. It jj'ves new power to the bone marrow from which the red blood springs, t : i 1 AllDrufgiiU; 53c. and $1.00. Temperature, degrees Dew. point, degrees I Humidity, per cent .... ! Wind direction ! Wind velocoity, miles. I Kaihfall. inches j Weather ...42 .. ..28 f6 ,..SW . .. 4 .... 0 62 23 22 S 3 0 ..Pt. Cdy Clear 3!l Mean daily humidity I Mean daily temperature i I Highest temperature 64 jj Lowest temerature 41 ; Total daily rainfall o Accumulated excess in temperature since January 1, 39 degrees. Accumulated excess in rainfall since January 1. 0.62 inch. L. X. JESCXOFSKT, Section Director. c TWO WORLD DECORDS BROKEN A! BEARDSLEY !AN UNUSUAL PLAt ! IS 1HE HOLY CITY ! of a stronger faith while to the unbe- I ' liever there must come some freling of " , i doubt concerning his attitude, anil ; Its Scenes of Scriptural Incident Were j certainly of at least respectful a.imir- Most Artistically Enacted at theali,,n f,,r tl,e lessons that are incul ' , . cated. Though the plav deals with all ; Dorns Last Evening. , . m. uj . .. ..hriotI;,n it is but an illustrated recital of that j The Holy City presented last niht I at the I)o:ris (ipera house, by le ICompte and Fisher's company" 'with ! Luella Morey in the character of Sa j liimc, was a production in such re- I in iindmi1 l outiaM v nil most meai- rical performances as to deeply im press a!', who v.ere privileged to at tend. The s udience was not large, which is accounted for partly by the fact that there has been an almost dally entertainment of merit for some jtime past that has been somewhat of ! a dr.iin on the purses of theater : goers, and parly because the public was not fully appreciative of the na 'ture and perfection of the production. winch purports to be historical, is ac companied by no unseemly levity, and therefore cannot be construed as sac religious or offensive to the faith that has been handed down through the ages. And there is nothing to-encourage the scoffer, who If he be not re spectful, will do penance by being uncomfortable. AT COUNTRY CLUB. A luncheon will be given at the Country Club Saturday afternoon. Washington' birthday, at 1 p. m. Those desiring to attend should notify the house com mittee. The admission charge of 50 cents will include luncheon and bridge. Yesterday One Shearer Handled 325 Head in Nine Hours, the Total Rec ord Great. ( Two world records were broken yes terday at the Iteardsley sheep shearing camp, an achievement which again tilings Arizona to the fore, and estab lishes the assertion beyond the jjoint of controversy, that the eamp has the mol rapid and cleanest ang of snear ers ever gathered together in the I'nited States. Thirty men in 9 hours yesterday sheared 6572 head of sheep, a record, and an average of practically 22i head to the man. The other record made was, for the number of sheep shorn by one man in a single day. , Mr. Hill broke the world record of 310 head held by Wyne, his tally showing 32.". shorn in 9 hours. Itowdle took second place with a tally of 3'rt. The shearers- are paid at the rate of 7 1-4 cents per head. Hill for his day's work received $23.56 and Bowdle J22.40, from which figures some idea can be had . of the high re muneration they get for their hard labor, when it is added that at Bi-ard-sley they are given the best of board for $1 per day. The total sum paid out for yesterday's shearing was S473.H7. or an average of J13.95 per man for the 3u shearers. The sheep sheared yesterday belong ed to Ja'mes A I'itts. who has a flock of 20,""". He expressed himself as moat highly pleased with the work and the record. The Arizona Pheen Shear ing company of which Colin Campbell is the president, is doing the work and it is conceded by sheepmen generally that the Beardsley camp is the best in the United States today. Charles E. Larson is in charge of the shearing camp, and yesterday's record shows the able manner in which the plant is being conducted. Visitors there re cently stite that the general manage ment of the camp is all that could b desired. IViim the time the sheep come into the corral, tilf the wool is in the car, no moment is lost or wat ed. and there i no unnecessary hand ling. This is the only camp in tho Country where the loading is done di rect from tho conul to the car. So conveniently and quickly is it trans ported, that no damage can result to the wool from possible rain. By mak-. ing use of a horse to handle the wio from the corral to the car, this part of the work can be. carried on to much better advantage than in any other camp. Beardsley at any other time in the year is merely a section house. Now it has taken on the app-arance of a white city, with its thirty, or more tents which are' the men's- sleeping quarters and the long mess tent, with a seating capacity for 100 men, who are daily provided for with first class cuisine. At night, when the white city is agleam with lighted tents, and flickering bon fires about which the groups leather, it presents a pictur esque silence embosomed in the prim i ordial silence of the great desert. stretching to far, gloomy mountain ; ranges crouched down upon the sands. I This is presenting the side to please 1 the esthetic tystes. Speaking com- mercially, the idea of the whole plant originated with A. C. McQueen who ' h;T given it his pers uial attention and efforts. The great success which the camp has always boasted, is due in no 1 small measure to Mr. McQueen and Mr. Campbell, who have combined their knowledge of a sheaving camp's ! needs, to the ultimate satisfaction of everyone concerned. It is very fitting therefore that this camp should have j th" honor of making and breaking i world records as the seasons go by. I S EN AT 1 0 N A L February Sale Now On -at the-- WHITE HOUSE Store 214-216 E. Washington On tables of 150 pairs high grade button or lace, heavy or light soles in patent or vici ladies' boots, prices formerly $5.00, S4.50, $4.00, $3-5o $3.oo NOW $2.00 All sizes in the lot. The big closing out sale in full blast. THE ALKGiFIE THE SHOE AND STOCKING STORE K3BK3S35 27-29 EAST WASHINGTON STREET FOR SALE CHEAP Eleven large lots, north 8th Ave., Vz block from car line. City water, fine location, worth $300 each; the whole lot at $190 each. FINEST CITY REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT IN- PHOENIX. 80 acre ranch; 20 acres in al falfa; plenty of water, good ditches, fences and houses; 20 acres sowed, to grain. Perfect title. Spot cash, $2600. Don't answer if you haven't the mon ey. Must be sold quick; ,no commission. C. E. M, care Republican. MINERAL STOREHOUSE BOUSE AND VICINITY Comment of W. D. Tremaine, a Cali fornia Mining Engineer, on the Bouse District As everybody is aware who has been reading The Republican for the last year, that section of Arizona opened up to the world by the new A. & C. railroad is one of the richest mineral districts on earth. Thwe are scores of properties under development, some of them producing, and hundreds of prospects located and hundreds more that hae not yet been staked. It would require. a book to tell with any degree of thoroughness of the merits of all the mining claims that depend upon Wenden, Salome, Vicksburg, Uouse and 1'arker for their supply stations and this article will make no pretense of doing so. Those who h;ve read of last . Sunday's excursion are awaYe that at all these points fine TEA How little it is! How little it'adds to the weight of the cup! It,has cover-' ed the sea with ships for a hundred years. Your rrocer returns your money if job don't Lka SchUliDp's Bst: we oar bim mineral displays were made for the benefit of the excursionists. It is not desirable to draw any com parisons that might seem prejudiced in favor of one town or another, for it is true that none of these towns made as good a mineral display as they might have done; in fact no place ever does, and a mineral diplay is not necessarily the proof of numerous large mines. That comes only by an examination of the properties. But it is true that Bouse on that occasion made the finest display and a stop at any of the places would give material enough for many good stories. How ever, It was the eood fortune .of the writer to meet one man. W. I). Tre maine. a mining engineer of Pasadena, who has been at or near Bouse since the 3nth of January. His time has been devoted since then to an examin ation of fle groups In the interest of Messrs. Johnson & Lyon of Los An geles, .and it is the purpose- of this article to make a little specific men tion of these properties from facts gleaned at that time. It will be of spe cial interest to these who went on the excursion of the Maricopa County Commercial Club, for many of the most attractive specimens seen last Sunday, came from the properties in question. The names of these groups are the "Old Maid." "Heart's Desire." "Flying Dutchman," "Blue Slate." and "Little Butte." The "Hd Maid" is strictly a gold property though the "Blue Slate" and "Flying Dutchman" are rioh in both gold and copper, while the other two are strictly copper properties. That is of course, speaking from present in dications, for nothing but prospect work has been done on any of them. The deepest shaft on any of them is forty-five feet. The ore zone in which they are all located, or in other words the only section of the district which j Mr. Tremaine tuoioushly examined, is : three miles wide by fifteen miles long. I The veins on all these claims can be traced for hundreds of feet and run in width from one to fourteen feet, of j high grade ore. the mineralized depos- I its often being much wider than that. The veins are not blind or misleading I but are easily defined by the surface ! croppings. The properties are all located on a I contact between lime and prophyry, j except the Old Maid, which is in a porphyry formation. The average of all these ores Mr. Tremaine says would be about Jti" to the ton as near as can be determined by his sampling, though as the excursionists have seen.( many samples will run up to fifty and sixty thousand dollars per ton. Xo sane person, however, expects to find a large quantity of ore that will main tain that high valuation. In the Blue Slate, for-instance . from which the most hypnotizing samples were taken, the larger or main formation is chiefly copper, though that portion of the claim from which the gold samples came was rather a feeder to the larger vein and was almost 'exclusively gold, found in a sort of a blue slate rock, from which the name was derived. Mr. Tremaine says that his remarks are not designed to infer that these five claims are all in the district that are worth while. It is only that small area that he examined and the same ore zone may extend a great deal fur ther while there may be others in that section equally as good. He saysthe section he is visited is practically ull staked out: nevertheless it is an attractive one to the operator or those who desire to encourage the present owners, for few of them are prepared to work extensively and are willing to sell either their entire hold ings or interests in them at very rea sonable figures tn others who will de veIop"them. He says that in five years devoted to examining mines, he has never seen such a showing anywhere as he has found in the vicinity of Bouse. o TWELVE NEW MEMBERS. Tho Sociedad Zaragoza held a very inter-, esting session last evening in Lam son's hall at which twelve women were added to the membership, which is composed of both ladies and gentle men, i NOTICE Appropriators' Canal Water Users. Each and every one who knows him self indebted to above company under his contract for water, will call upon the secretary immediately and settle, or water will be shut off without fur ther notice by order of the Board of Directors. K GAXZ, Secretary. SELECT FIXTURES. We carry Electric Fixtures, Parts and make them to order. ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY HOUSE. . . - Phone Black 534. V. R. NORRIS, Prop. ' 41 t. 1st Ave. i