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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY 3IOKNINC!, MARCH 20, 1908.
ALASKA REFRIGERATORS at Davidson's Cash Store Do you want one of the best Refrig erators made in the world? Buy the Alaska. It saves ice. It is well made. It is handsome in finish. Bargains in China 25 per cent off on the beauty grape pattern in our east window. THIS WEEK 25 per cent of on every Fancy Lamp in our east window. HARDWARE, GUNS, CUTLERY. CAMPING OUTFITS, Cheap at Davidson's Gash Store 22 to 24 West Washington St. Phone Main 248. Phoenix. A. T. THOSE AWFUL HEADACHES in 7 a cases int f J"" are due to eye strain. Why continue to suffer if a pair of properly fitted glasses will re lieve it? We've helped hundreds f others, why not help you? DR.E.MU1MSON ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN LARSON'S RUBBER GOODS are made by one of the biggest rubber goods houses In America. They are the finest that skillful workmen can turn out. They are made from fresh and strong new rubber stock. Every piece wears well and Is guaranteed for one year. LARSON DRUG CO. N.W. Cor. Center and Wash. Sts. Phoenix. Ariz. Corn Bread There is nothing new in the making of our Corn Bread. Just plain old fashioned bread as It was made years ago. Ten cents a loaf. Home Baking Go M. J. PETTI D, Manager. Never Touched Us, So You May Still Eat Olives Monger Bros, Company. When you go to see the home folks, Back in the dear old state, Take to them some Cactus Candy They will surely think it's great. 1 i Te Fire r OF LOCAL INTEREST RAILROAD OFFICIAL. J. C. Me- Clure, in charge of niajntainnnce of way on the Randolph lines, was a business visitor In the city yesterday. WITH . MAGAZINE. Miss K. L. Starritt of Denver. Colo., in the in terest of the l!reat Southwest Maga zine. Is in I'hoenix fur a few days. PRAYER MEETING. The prayer meeting nt the "rittenton Home to night at 7:3a will be led by V. F. Mo Fall. Mrs. McFall and daughter. Miss Nellie, will sing during the service. AFTERNOON TEA. The ladies of the Baptist church will hold an after noon tea at the church parlors this afternoon from 3 to a p. m. All mem bers and friends if the congregation are invited. DOWN FROM SKYLIGHT CITY. T. K. Pollock of Flagstaff was in the city yesterday on business. He states that there is still plenty of snow on the protected sides of the mountains which will furnish water for summer feed. MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Friday, March -Oth. the ladies" Home and Foreign Missionary Society will hold its monthly meeting Friday. March 2H. at 3 o'clock in the church parlors. The election of officers will take place at this tiintt. The topic in the home work is "Syndicate (living" and the foreign topic is "Africa." A cordial invitation is ext nded to all. SCHOOL TRUSTEES School elec tion on March 28: is the next event of general interest and possible candi dates are thus far quite diffident about letting their ambitions be known. Friends of Sims Fly stated yesterday that it was their purpose to get him into the running and that they be lieved he could be induced to accept th" office if it was tendered to him. He made no announcement, but would certainlv be a capable trustee. . A FAVORITE PONY, George W. Jones considers himself a little more unfortunate than the most of mankind. The fftmily favorite pony "lirownle," strayed from the Montezuma place on March 1.1th and left for parts un known. Though he has tried every known avenue to learn something of the pony no encouraging word has boon had of its whereabouts. He has offered a reward for its return. A PHOENIX ELOCUTIONIST. Persons who attended the St. Patrick's day entertainment at the Baptist and Methodist churches ar- still shaking of the excellent performance of Miss Amy White, a talented young elocu tionist who apiM ared at both churches that night. Miss White has for some time been a pupil of Mrs. Co.. ley and has developed a great deal of talent and gives promise of rising to a high Place in that profession. Fountain'sYnusic store. All latest songs ONE DEAD AND TWO WOUND! D IN FIGHT i Which Occurred at Harrington, Ariz., Over a Woman. As the result of a fatal gun fight over a woman, at Harrington, forty five miles from Prescott. in the south ern part of Yavapai county, Wednes day morning about 2 o'clock, Bruce Sarten, a miner, is dead, and Willjam Wheeler and Dave Alexander, both wounded, are under arrest, pending the outcome of the coroner's Inquest. According to telephonic advices to the Journal-Miner, from Harrington, Wheeler and Alexander were visiting the woman in, question when Sarten approached the house, knocked on the door, and demanded admittance, which was refused. Angered at this, and burnfhg ith jealousy, it is said, Sar ten fired through the wall of the house into the room occupied by Alexander and the woman, using a No. 12 shot gun. AJ-.xander was wounded in both hands but the woman escaped injury. Alexander returned the fire through the wall, firing three shots, from a pistol, one of which slightly wounded Sarten, who, vowing vengeance, de parted, only to return later. In time to meet Wheeler and Alexander leaving the house. He called upon them to throw up their hands, but instead of complying, Alexander dodged and Sar ten turned his attention to Wheeler, at whom he fired point blank, wounding him in the leg. Wheeler, who had pulled his pistol, returned the fire, the bullet entering Sarten's chest, coming out at the back, causing almost instant death. Aftej Sarten fell. Wheeler and Alexander continued on doto into the town, where they told of the shooting, and the sheriffs office at Pirscott, was notified. Deputy Sheriff Burns and Justice, of the Peace M( Lane leaving on the morning train for the scene of the killiiyr. After the arrival of the officer and coroner in Harrington, Wheeler and Alexander were taken Into custody, pending the decision of the coroner's jury. All the parties to the affair are un- Have You Seen That Wonderful MonarchTypewriter let us DEMONSTRATE McNEIL CO. 126-128 Washington St. The PEOPLE with the GOODS opposite Court House married men. Alexander conducted the Harrington saloon of Llndell and Brown, and Wheeler was employed ai odd times working in the barroom. Sarten was employed in the mines at Harrington. A kneeling of the Har rington miners' union was held Thurs day night to arrange for the funeral of Sarten. LIGHT IS THROWN ON THE OTHER SIDE Philanthropic Work of the Unknown to the Public. Unions, I The fraternal and beneficial features of the International Typograpieal Fnion are many and varied. New phases of these sterling trade union traits are constantly coming to light, writes a Boston correspondent. As an illustration, a printer recently met with a severe accident, and his death followed. The man was identi fied by his union card, and the officers of the Boston local were notified. They Immediately took charge of his body, made all necessary arrangements for the funeral (the member having no relatives there) ascertained his relig ious faith and had a minister of that church officiate at the burial, which was largely attended by printers anil members of the Women's Auxiliary to the Typographical Fnion. who accom panied the departed brother to his last resting place. After the funeral Announcement j Having recently completed our Inventory we "found ourselves oerstocked and too many lines of shoes for the volume of busi ness we are doing. We went over our stock and carefully se lected every odd pair, broken lines, duplicate lines, etc., and disposed of them to the Mam moth Salvage Co. at a sacrifice in order to make room for our spring goods which are now ar riving. By disposing of these lines we made our stock the cleanest in the city, not an odd nor shelf worn pair being left in the house and we are now able to offer the public nothing but new and ui to date shoes. We are stiil eiving twenty per cent discount. H. A. DIEHL Shoe Co. his effects were shipped to his rela tives In Kngland. All expenses were paid from the International and local death benefit fund. Another somewhat similar case fol lowed shortly afterward, and was treated in the same manner, which gom to show that the same course Is pursued in every instance. In this case (he member died from natural causey, but rather unexpectedly. As he had no relatives in this country, the Typo graphical I'nlon provided Christian burial.- closed tip his affairs and for warded his property to relatives. The so? vices were largely attended by his fellow workers, and the beautiful floral tributes attested the esteem in which he wan held. He had been a promin ent member of the local union. To prove that these brotherly acts are not confined to the well known members, however, the case of a poor unfortunate, who died from a lingering disease, during which he was visited and comforted by members of the Wotnans' Auxiliary, may be noted. At l. ADLF.R, BKUS. tl. You Hear Some Talk These Days About Economy, May'be You're i BEING ECONOMICAL YOURSELF. IT'S A GOOD THING: WE BELIEVE IN IT; BUT IT'S BEST TO BE CLEAR AS TO WHAT ECONOMY IS. ECONOMY ISNT BUYING CHEAP STUFF BECAUSE IT'S LOW PRICED; NOR PAYING TOO MUCH FOR GOOD STUFF BECAUSE IT'S GOOD. REAL ECONOMY IS MEASURED BY COMPARING WHAT YOU GET WITH WHAT IT COSTS; A QUESTION OF PRO PORTION NOT PRICE. THAT'S WHY YOU OUGHT TO BUY OUR HAftT, SCHAFF NER & MARX CLOTHES; THEY'RE ALL-WOOL; PERFECT LY TAILORED; CORRECT IN STYLE. YOU GET .BETTER AND BIGGER VALUES FOR YOUR MONEY IN THESE GOODS THAN IN ANY OTHER. $15.00 to $37.50 PS '"St;' ;.t '...,J,.wi;'v.- .. .-.'!. ',. :. Good Old Is the proper Th ELVEY& HlilETT Service HAND-MADE HARNESS AND SADDLES. MOST COMPLETE LINE IN .TERRITORY. LOOK US OVER BEFORE BUYING N. PORTER SADDLE AND HARNESS CO. SPURS AND BITS. 40 Weit Washington St. Telephone Red 131. his death the union officials assumed full charge of all arrangements, fin ancial and otherwise, and his funeral services were as largely attended and as much regret shown at hi.death as had characterized that of the members who had been more fortunately placed. The foregoing cases are cited merely to show that, while the trade unions are regarded in some quarters as hard hearted business organizations, and meet witlt-considerable opposition from superficial and academic observers because of this idea, there is another side to their activity that is seldom brought into public notice, but is as much a part- of the union's existence as Is the question of hours and wages the fraternal side. And in this re spect the International Typographical' Union, as Its records will prove, takes rank w ith the greatest and best of fra ternal organizations, aye. with the very church itself; for did not the Carpen ter of Nazareth say: "What ye hare ( ' fV'k jo ii PM I 'fill I The"Open Season" For Good Clothes is at Hand Our New Stock of Fine Suits Fresh From the Makers of "The Best Clothes In America" is Now Ready for Your In spection. The McDougall&Cassou Co. Clothing, Shoes,' Hats and Men's Furnishings 30-32 West Washington Street Jici SI .451 4fi.M 'j.-.i- 7i. ... , .N.. ,.. ' ,r,..t...N Gelery-Vig -I PHONE US ('rink nowdays. It -seems to uit the sni in a fellow who -has that tired thirsty feeling these early hot days. Served at our fountain only, & cents the glass, iced, or yon can order a case, 24 bottles, for Jl.mi delivered to any part of city. Phone Main 1. ELVEY & HULETT Quality Druggists .Mii!iiiiiiiiiU!imi;iumniini!iiiiiiiiiii' We handle the Carter's Celebrat- 5 ed Typewriting Ribbons and Car- ; bon Paper, aso a f crood' line of Blank E ' F I AO! S - ouuns ana uinc& Supplies at GRAIN'S STATIONARY AND NEWS CO. 11-13 N. Center St riiniiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiMiiiiiiiiiniii? idone to one of the least of these my disciples ye have done it unto me?" And this is only one of the many phases of the fraternal spirit that Is daily practiced and preached by the trade unions. I J Evident Fact THAT HONEST PRESCRIP TION WORK ALWAYS WINS. REASON FOR INCREASE IN OUR PRESCRIPTION PARTMENT. DE- YOU GET WHAT YOU ASK FOR. NO SUBSTITUTION AT THE BEAR DRUG STORE Opposite City Hall. I m H a c a a o o O 3 fl .-3 C be 3 - j n .3 a - i p te c - 6 a c u 60 Jit No. 4 iii'j.H't. efr iterators Put wc will guarantee weather suitable for them later, and we want you to see our line when you g -t to thinking about them. Talbot & Hubbard's Hardware Store. i Home of EFFERVESCENT PHOSPHATE OF SODA. A PLEASANT AND RE LIABLE LAXATIVE. YOU CAN GET P. D. A. CO.'S OR WYETH'S IN OZ. BOTTLES AT THE ADAMS PHARMACY IN HOTEL ADAMS. ANDREW H. MILLER, MGR. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST. J. HUM t Coffee Drinkers IF YOU LOVE GOOD COF FEE BUY EITHER HILLS BROS, CHASE & SANBORN'S, SCHILLING'S, M. J. B. BAKER'S BARRINGTON HALL, CASINO, BLUE RIBBON, QUAIL OR IRIS. RECEIVED FRESH EVERY FEW DAYS. Wetzler's Grocery Phone Black Sfi1. 33 W. Wash. St. ! I . We Slash the Price of Books New and popular $1.50 fiction goes at $ 1 .00. We lose money on every copy, but must clean up on the line. Berryiiiil's Big Book Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat.". no i invested in real estate now will grow ! 100 per cent more rapidly than in any OMEY other property or business. We have ' some especially attractive bargains. : ; For Instance, the finest of orange land j .at $100 per acre. Ten acre tracts all, j in cfop, at $150. 20 acres sugar beet ' i land at $100. 80 acres- of finest beet ' : or alfalfa land $50. , ; ! Money to loan. Insurance. . . I L. J. RICE, Manager, j TRUST DEPARTMENT! UNION BANK INQUIRE AT 141-3 NORTH CENTER STREET Next Door to Postoffice BARK & BURNETT Phone Main 242 IN JANUARY, 1896 V.'e cr.iiimcnccil selling Kastnian's Ko daks and general Photographic Sup plies In Phoenix, and doing finishing ' f( r the amateur. This twelve years of experience should be of value to the person wanting a Kodak, "as well as to the one who wants to get all that is possible out of the exposed film or plate in finishing. Kodaks, $5 to $35. Brownies, $1 to $12. E. L. ANDREWS & SON, 9-11 East Washington Street.' Kodaks, Photo Goods. Stationery, Talking Machines, Sportiiig Goods. EARLY to talk 1 1 1 1 1 t Pure Druers t ' 4 1 1 HtllMI PHOENIX HARDWARE COMPANY, Agents. Ranchers We want more milk or cream, Best Prices at The Maricopa Creamery Co. Phone Main 187 i