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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORS'IXC, JULY IT, 1008.
D I "A Fortune In Mexico" FtLONIOUS ASSAULT JOSE OTERO HELD The Facts Concerning the Trouble Among the Yaquis at Meridia'n. This 4S-paRe illustrated lwioklot will toll you of the riches of the Exeat West Coast country of Mex ico of the richest of all, the Territory of Tepic, regarded throughout the republic as foremost in agricultural, gTazing and fruit-growing possibilities. It will tell you of the opportunities offered the man of small means who wishes to make a home and win his wealth from the soil of the opportuni ties for large and quick profits through the early purchase of cheap lands in this section. This land of perpetual spring of . jnshine, fruits and flowers of abundant rainfall and unparal lolled climate is just now being opened to the commerce of the world by Uie Southern Pacific and Kansas City, Mexico and Orient railroads. This is truly the land of opportunity, but these opportunities must be grasped early before these railroads are completed before the great rush of immigration starts. This booklet tolls you about an opportunity that will interest every thinking man. It is free for the asking. Call or write Bishop & Haun ! 126 V. Washington St. Phoenix, Arizona. THE FRENCH KITCHEN THE RIGHT PLACE TO EAT. Will be open day and night. Short orders and regular meals. YEE BEN CO, PROPS. 11 West Wash. St Gabriel Alvarez and Jose Otero, who had boon arrested under the name of Jose Pelotero, were before Justice Kyle yesterday for preliminary exam ination on a charge of murderous as sault upon Victor Klores at Meridiun some time ago. All the parties to tho affair were Yaiuis. It had been un derstood that the assault was an in cident of the celebration of San Juan's day at Meridian but it was brought out that the assault really took place as long ago as the middle of March. It must have been a very thorough as sault for Klores was still barely able to. be about. He was still bandagrd and he spoke with the greatest diffi culty. The evidence showed that Alvarez" had had nothing to do with the offense but that Otero had knocked Flores down with a club and beat him for a long lime afterward. One of the wit nesses, Jose Carillo, said that he was ."() yards away and ho could hear the sounds of the blows and tho cries of ("lores, at first for mercy and when lie saw that he could expect none from his assailant, for help from outsiders. Flores was taken home, more dead than alive and for a long time it was feared that he would not live. It is now doubtful whether he will ever ful ly recover from the effects of the beating. Otero was held to the grand jury in the sum of $5(10. o PRIMERS' SAMTAftlUM A PICTORIAl CAMPAIGN Members of the Union Encouraged in Their Efforts in Behalf of Phoenix. In pursuance of the campaign to se cure a sanitarium near Phoenix for invalid printers, the Phoenix Tvimj graphieal I'nion has obtained a lot of pictures of the Colorado Springs print ers' home and they will bo placed about town as on object lesson to citi zens. The picture is a very handsome bird'seye view of the home, printed in five colo-s. It is not expected thurt so pretentious an institution can be se cured for Phoenix; that is, it is not expected that it will be so pretentious SUNSET I KXlMN&SHiStt) I V V ROUTES I 81x MARICOPA ROUTE (RANDOLPH LINES) . and V sun sir I 06&cj & snuttl I w Southern The Bedside at first, but if -secured, there Is little doubt that it will grow into as much of a national institution as the Colo rado Springs home has become. The local union has been very much encouraged in its efforts to locate the sanitarium near Phoenix. Favorable expressions have been received from the fraternity throughout the country and it is believed that -something will be done in the matter at the Boston convention of the union in August. The subject of the sanitarium had never been presented to the grand body until it was laid before it at Hot Springs, Ark., , by Delegate Hall of Phoenix last year. Since then the journals of the union have agitated the matter until now it is quite cer tain that steps will be taken at the coming convention for the location of a sanitarium nt some point in the southwest. o ADJOURNED MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL Contracts Let For "Printing and For Construction of Fire House Annex.' 'Hall jO0Vrt& Glostd an Holiday ( Afterncon . An adjourned meeting of the -city council was held last night at which, among other things, the city printing contract was let, the Gazette being the successful bidder at cisrht; cents per inch. Itids were first nitcned at the regular July meeting when the evening paper sought to raise its last year's salary Trom nine to ten cents but found itself for once in the same class with The Republican. When bids were again callod. or The Re publican decided to save the people a cent over last year and bid eight and a half cents, knowing Its com petitor would have to donate the oth er half cent. Rids were also opened for the con struction of an addition to the fire house for the accommodation of the hook and ladder truck and some oth er paraphernalia. There were three bidders. 'Tom L. Kden got the con tract for- 1 72 3. Harvey Patton . bid $S1'5 and A. L. Strait bid $875. A petition was received from resi dents, of Korth Seventh avenue ask ing for a larger water main and for an extension of the pipe system in that part of University addition. The request was granted and the proper .Officials ordered to make the im provements. The council also re quests that announcement be made again of the fact that the new water system is now completed and that the operation of the plant is fully satisfactory. Nonresidents and others keep making inquiry as to when the new service will be ready and it is highly desirable that the facts bo ad vertised that the new service is now in use, with a fine fire pressure and answering all tho needs of the city. The plant was completed quickly ami in workmanlike manner and Superin tendent Craig of the water depart ment is deserving of credit for the elise attention he gave the work dur ing the construction period. Printed Batistes ONE RIG LOT OF PRINTED BATISTES in large and small designs, nice quality; actual value 12Vjc. On sale for today 9c yard White Lawn WHITE LAWN 40 INCHES WIDE, (note width), good quality, generally sold at l-",jc a yard; on sale for today at 7c yard TABLE LINEN CO INCH RLKACIIED TA RLE LINEN, a very good quality linen, at iZc a yard. A limited quantity on sale today at 25c yard WOMEN'S HOSE ONE I.()T OF WOMEN'S LISLE GAUZE OR DROP STITCH GAUZE HOSE. A very good hose, worth 35c. On sale for today at 19c. pair Persona.1 Mention j 'xcursion Train OVER NIGHT DOES IT! Moon Beams and Salton Sea Breezes All the Way Leave Phoenix 7 p. m. Breakfast In Califor nia Next Morning. MEALS AT MEAL TIME Through Standard Pullman Phoenix to Los Angeles Those registering at the Hotel Adams yesterday were: W. H. Con stable, Iis Angeles; J. II. Fannin, San Francisco; Clias. Schwergor, San Francisco; E. Thornton, Roln-rt Me Kim, Raymond company. Those registering at the Ford ho tel yesterday were: A. II. IH-nirick, Roosevelt; C. H. Rutherford, Jerome; !. Wclkinny. J. W. Orr, Orin King, of Crete. Del.: E. C. Daniels, Reno. Nov.; John W. Alsan, Los. Angeles; Raymond Whitaker, Margaret Pitt, Richard McDowell, Nita Thompson, Harry Hollingsworth, Adrian Von Plank, of the Raymond Stock company. See "Marvo," Handcuff King. He bars none. Airdome, Monday, July 2. Each Tuesday, Thursday, SaturdayNo Up pers for the Early Caller " SUNSET (OtODI tftHASOd "PUTT 1. H. LANDfS Gen. Agent, Pnoenix M, 0. BICKNELL Gen. Pas, Agent, Tucson 0 SUN SIT I (own stum Vsoyrrs I w WESTERN MINING AND COTTON. Keweenaw ' Osceola 101 Warren American Donn -'i Helvetia tiuincy 87 Range 74 Sup. Pitts ll'-i Granby 100 Nipissing 7 Wol. & Ariz ". l7s Greene Can I"-"- G. G. S - Ringham SO Utah Cons 34 U Old Do m Si'.k North Butte 73 Cal. & Ariz 113 Butte Coal - Shattuck 13V; Ariz. Com'! ls- Trinity 13 "i Globe Cons 4 R. Mtn 31 y. Ciimb Ely 7"s Hancock O Butte Lon 30 Giroux 3 National Mi Sup. & Boston 3-4 Butte Ariz 20 Davis Daly 17 Cotton. October 9.2S December 9.11 January 9 m; I. T. HOSEY, Broker. If the carrier fails to leave The Re publican at your address any day noti fy the office before noon and a spe cial messenger will deliver it. We expect subscribers to get their paper every day in the year, and unless they advise us of poor service we cannot properly serve them. PHONE MAIN 47. ' Tussorine Lawn YARD WIDE TUSSORINE LAWN, quali'y fine and soft, suitable for nice waists and dresses; well worth 3."jc and 40c a yard. On sale for today at 19c yard Oriental Kimono Silks ORIENTAL KIMONA SILKS, 30 in. wide, come in grounds of navy, white or red, with neat Per sian or Japanese designs; will make up into pretty kimonos; well worth 7."c the yard. On sale for today at 49c yard i-.V', ... -. ,Jjt . . . mi - ii ;l, -.r-....f.;.-7r1 .. I I i I The Fair i 212 E. Washington St. ? T We are selling our Summer X Skirts, Waists and Hats ex- T J actly at cost. y Don't forget our low prices on Tin, Glass and Granite ware, which we are closing out entirely. Good plumbing in the kitchen is a matter of great importance because your health depends on the sanitary conditions existing in this room where all food is prepared. Old fashioned sinks with dosed in piping are lodging places for vermin, moisture and dirt which brkig about serious illness. If the plumbing of your kitchen is old, unsightly and unheal thy, let us quote you a price on installing a snow-white "'tathioi'ii" Porcelain Enameled sink with open plumbing. Our prices are rea sonable; our work high class and what you pay for this modem kitchen equipment may save you money in doctor bilk ' Geo. Hageman u u t i J - ' - mi. mi'$ T ........ , ..t..t..t.. t t t t .--1 t ... i