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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY "MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2V, i908. Cheap Shotgun Ammunition Every year at this time we make very low prices to our customers who wish us to order special loads for them In case lots from factory. No matter where you are we will make you a lower price delivered than you can get elsewhere. If you use 600 shells during the winter you can pave money by giving us the order now for special order from the Selby factory, besides the convenience of having shells always ready for a hunt. Call or write for these special prices. Pinney's hand loaded shells to order. The same price to any one In, quantity; not wholesaled. PINNEY . ROBINSON THE GUN STORE 40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. Send for free Game Lew card. Established 1887. $25.00 FOR Ostrich Feather JELLY CAKE si: ON EXHIBITON AT OUR FEATHER STORE. Look in at our Feather Store. See the big, beautiful display of Fans and Plumes, the choice of which goes to the woman entering the best Jelly Cake at the Big Territorial Fair In November." Each article is worth JiS.OO and these are the choicest specimens that can be had anywhere. .... CAN YOU WIN THAT $25 PRIZE? Arizona Ostrich Farm Store Firet Street and Ada me. Oppoeite Noble Building. Fourth Arizona Fair, Phopnix, Nov. 9-14, 1908. Attractions extraordinary. NATIONAL CONCLAVE OF Tilt UNEMPLOYED The First Convention of Hoboes In Progress In New York. New York, Sept. 2S. An extraordin ary gathering began in this city today made up of delegates from various parts of the country to take part in a four days' conference. They came on the brake beams of freight cars, the blind baggage of the swift express, or straggled over dusty roads. They pro fess to represent the country's work less and to constitute "the first na tional convention of the unemployed." "The national convention of the un employed." is an organization at the lu-ad of which is J. Eads How, of St l.ouis. Known as the millionaire hobo." It was through How's efforts that the plans of the convention were completed and it was How who wel comed the delegates as they straggled in in ones and twos at the headquar ers in Duane street. COFFEE Our name on the pack age gives us the credit, and puts on us the money back burden it isn't a burden! Your irorer returns ronr money If re doa't Ks Scbillidf Best: w oar bi COL. STEWART APPEARS Ready to Go Before the Medical Ex amining Board. Washington. Sept. 28. Col. AV. F. Stewart of the coast artillery, com manding the ungariisoned post at Foi-t Grant, Arizona, who is to ap pear before the retiring board to de termine his physical fitness for fur ther service on the active list, re jiorted to the war department today. No date has been set fur the meeting of the board. Charles Stewart, a lawyer of San Francisco, a brother of Col. Stewart, is here looking after the . latter's Interest. The war department made public to day the names of ninety-one persons appointed second lieutenants from civil life as a result of a competitive ex amination at Fort Leavenworth in July. Among the appointees is Frederick Warren Stewart, appointed to the field artillery. He is a son of Col. Wm. F. Stewart, the Fort Grant exile. THE GIANTS REMAIN ON THE TOP ROUND STANDING OF THE CLUBS. National New York. . . Chicago Pittsburg.. .. Won. Lost Pet. ...91 52 C3G ...93 54 633 ..92 55 626 American Won. Detroit 84 Cleveland... 83 Chicago 83 St. Louis 80 Lost. 61 61 62 65 Pet. 580 575 572 550 National League. At Boston R. H. E. Boston ... 3 6 3 Brooklyn 2 6 1 Batteries Flalierty and Graham; Rucker and Dunn. New York, Sept. 2S. By defeating Philadelphia, New York held the lead todav. R. H. E. Philadelphia 6 13 4 New York 7 13 2 Batterit Corridon and Dooln; Wiltse. McGinnity and Bresnahan. American League. At St. Louis R. H. E. St. Louis ,. 12 12 1 New York , 1 5 3 Batteries Petty and Spencer; Man ning, Blair and Sweeney. Second game R. H. E. St. Louis .... 2 4 0 New York .'.3 11 2 Batteries Grajiam and Smith; Wil son and Blair. . At Chicago ft.' H. E. Chicago 2 7 2 Borton ....2 6 2 Ten innings, called on account of darkness. Batteries Smith, AVhlte, Schreck and Shaw; Young and Criger. At Detroit x ft. H. E. Detroit 4 8 0 Washington..' 1 6 1 Batteries Killian and Schmidt; Hughes and. Street. THE WEATHER. Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair; warmer. Barometer, inches ..29.93 29.84 Temperature, degrees ....56 89 Dew point, degrees 31 30 Humidity, per cent 38 13 Wind direction NE NE Wind velocity, miles .... 2 3 Rainfall, inches 0 0 Weather Clear. Clear. Mean daily humidity 26 Mean daily temperature 72 Highest temperature 91 Ixwest temperature 52 Total daily rainfall 00 Accumulated deficiency in tempera ature since January 1, 123 degrees. Accumulated excess in rainfall since January 1, 1.91 degrees. L. N. JESUNOFSKY. Section Director, o Of Local Interest t SUPERIOR VISITOR Ernest Kell ner a merchant of Superior is visiting Phoenix. BROKEN WINDOW A man stand ing on a plank in front of Kane's bar ber shop yesterday, lost his balance and fell through the plate glass win dow. STRAYS The police yesterday picked up a brown mare hitched to a buggy and followed by a colt, and took them to Walker's stable.. They were wandering around the circus grounds. A RESTAURANT MILL A patron of the Garden City restaurant yester day assaulted a Chinese biscuit shooter and quite a mix-up followed. A police man arrived about the time the fight was over but saw no demonstration and the Chinese made no complaint so there was no arrest. CIRCUS GROUNDS BOOTHS Heretofore the city has collected no license of those who wanted to conduct refreshment stands on the street near the circus grounds but yesterday a half dollar each was collected from all ex cept those who had paid the owner of the property across the walk from them the privilege. This was done so the city would get enough to clean the rubbish up with afterward. Hereto fore the booth keepers have promised to clean it up themselves but few of them did so. A RHODE ISLAND REPRESENTA TIVE Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Utley left Sunday morning for Albuquerque, where Mr. Utley will represent he state of Rhode Island as a delegate to the irrigation congress. Mr. Utley has spent most of his time here for a number of years but can not get over the habit of calling Rhode Island home, and any time he can do a good turn for little Rhody he likes to do so. This is his opportunity. C. K. McDon ald, assistant hydrographer of .the re clamation service in the Phoenix of- j fice, also left for Albuquerque Sunday morning. DEATH OF C. A. FRANSIOLA C. A. Fransiola passed away yesterday morning at the Sister's hospital after nn illness of a few weeks. He leaves a wife residing in Phoenix and a I oroiner in forciana ana omer rela tives in New York City. He came here about a year ago and for a time was engaged by the secretary of the board of trade to list rooms for rent previous to the territorial fair. The remains were taken in charge by Easteriing & Whitney and the fun eral will probably take place on Wednesday, interment in the Catholic cemetery. o SOME ARIZONA LANDS OPEN TO SETTLEMENT Parts of the Former Mt. Graham and Grand Canyon National Forests. STEADILY LESSENING. Cholera Cases and Deaths at St. Petersburg. St Petersljurg, Sept. 28. The num ber of new ciiolera cases in the mu nicinal hosrrlnls for twntv hours ended at nooin today, was 263 and the deaths were 102. Statistics of the previous twenty hours were 268 and 143 respectively. Eight hospital attendants a e down with disease and the other attendants are in a state of panic. Washington, Sept 28. (Special.) Unappropriated public lands in an area of 9760 acres recently excluded from the former Mt. Graham na tional forest and 238,912 acres ex cluded from former Grand Canyon na tional forest will become subject to settlement after December 21 and to entry on and after January 20, 1909, at the local land office at Phoenix. According "to the land office state ment for the year ending on June 30 there were 1888 entries of land In Arizona containing 198.509 acres and the receipts were $70,868. 1. 1 The ( Fall, & Winter Fashions of Correct Clothes for Men Made in New York by' are now being exhibited by us exclusively in this city BOY TORTURED L m Almost Covered with Eczema No Night's Rest for Nearly a Year Feared Lifelong Disfigurement All Treatments Failed and Limit of Endurance Seemed Neart PERFECT RECOVERY" IS DUE TO CUT1CURA "With the exception of his hands and feet, my son Clyde (thirteen years old) was almost completely covered with eczema. Physicians treated him for nearly a year without helping him any. While they were very kind and did all in their power, yet nothing seemed to re lieve him. And I had tried many rem edies sent to me by kind friends but they all failed. His head, face, and neck were covered with large scabs which he would rub until they fell off. Then blood and matter would run out and that would be worse. Many a time he looked aa if his ears would drop off. Friends com-' ing to see him said that if he got weU he would be disfigured for life. " When it seemed as if he could pos sibly stand it no lonper, I decided to try Cuticura. I bought a cake of Cuti cura Soap, a box of Cuticura Ointment, and a bottle of Cuticura Resolvent. I used them in the evening and that was the first night for nearly a year that he slept. This may sound exaggerated to you, but in the morning there was a great change for the better. In about six weeks you could not have told that he had ever had any thing wrong with hi m. I treated him twice a dav for six months and at present he has a fine complexion and not a scar on his body. This story may seem overdrawn, but neither words nor pen can describe Clyde's suffering and how he looked. Our leading phy sician. Dr. , recommends the Cuti cura Remedies for eczema. Mrs. Algy Cockburn, Shiloh, O., June 11, 1907. Frequent shampoos with Cuticura Soap and weekly dressings with Cuti cura stop falling hair, remove crusts, scales, and dandruff, destroy hairpara sites, soothe irritated, itching surfaces, stimulate the hair follicles, supply the roots with nourishment, loosen the scalp skin, and make the hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy scalp, when ail other remedies fail. . Compete External nd Intrml Tremtmnit for Every Humor ot Mints. Ctilklrrn. nd Adults corouu ol Cutlrura Sop (25c.) to cleonse the Skin, Cuticura Ointment (M)c.) to Heal Uie Skin. nd Cuticura Resolvent 150c. . (or In the formotcbooolat. Coated PHla. 25e. per vial ot Kl u Purity the Blood. Sold throughout the world. Potu lirug Cbem. Corn.. Sole Fropa, Boston. af-Uailed Free, Cuucurm book on Skis DMeaM, GOV. HASKELL WILL SUE HIS ALLEGED LIBELER Not However, two Make His Prove the" Truth of His Statements. " Guthrie, Okla, Sept. 28. Gov. C. N". Haskell on his arrival here last night from Chicago . announced that he would begin a suit against William K. Heart next Wednesday. "For criminal libel, governor?" he was aked. "Well, I don't know what you would call it." "To make him prove what he said?" "No, sir; to make him prove what he said was not true." A PLETHORA OF WIVES. An Immigrant at San Francisco Puz zles the Authorities. San rr.wiclsco, Sept. 28. A special board of inquiry has been appointed to invest igute the case of Robert Bosnian, a wealthy business man of Hong Kong who arrived on the liner Korea yester day accompanied by two wives. This afternoon it was determined to shift the responsibility of saying whether or not the party shall be admitted to this country, to the Immigration depart ment at Washington. As Bosnian has come asking medical attendance he will be allowed under bond to come ashore and go to the Germany hospi tal accompanied by one servant; but his two wives and three children were not allowed ashore. OTHER WRIGHT BROTHER. He Made Two Successful Flights Yesterday. Lemans. Sept. 28. Wilbur Wright made two . successful flights this evening. On the first flight he was unaccompanied and remained in the air for an hour, seven minutes and twelve seconds, covering a distance of about thirty miles. On the second flight he was accom panied by Aeroplanist Tissandier and succeeded in beating the record for flight with passenger by remaining up 31 minutes 3 2-5 seconds. A RUSSIAN ROBBERY. St. Petersburg, Sept 28. A suc cessful train robbery by thirty men took place near Vilna In which be tween fifty and one hundred thous and dollars was taken. The train was guarded by six men. The bandits took possession of a small station and shot down the guards as the train slowed up. There was a con stant fusilade and a number of pas sengers were wounded by broken glass. NEW CATCH FINE FAT FAMILY MACK EREL 15c OR 2 FORf , 25c. NEW CATCH PAIL MACKEREL. NEW CATCH DRIED HERRING NEW CATCH SHRED DED CODFISH. NEW CATCH BRICK CODFISH. THE BEST EASTERN CHEESE EVER SHIP PED TO PHOENIX. PER POUND ONLY 25c : 1 l t NEW CROP CALI FORNIA PINK BEANS IcKee's Cash Store YOU CAN COUNT THE DIFFERENT MAKES OF THE HIGH-GRADE PIANOS ON YOUR FINGERS THE AGENCY FOR SUCH WELL KNOWN MAKES AS THE WEBER, STEIN WAY, VOSE, BALDWIN, ETC, CAN BE PROCURED ONLY AFTER A LIFE TIME OF SUCCESSFUL, DIGNIFIED AND ONE PRICED MERCHANDISING. REMEMBER, WE PAY NO RENT. TO BUY FOR CASH IN CAR LOAD LOTS PERMITS US TO UNDERSELL ANY OTHER DEALER. OUR GUARANTEE PROTECTS YOU. EXPERT TUNING. Redewill's The Home of Everything Musical. Why Not Save Money y buying your Lumber of the new firm, The CMalley Lumher Co. We have bought out the DeMund Lumber Co. and expect to carry the largest and best stock of lumber and building materials ever brought to Phoenix. We will make the price right and guarantee the grades. Let us figure with you. Yours to please. The O'Malley LumberCo. OUR SPECIALTY CORPS Our "Doctor of the Road" has had three years' experience on the roads around Phoenix, thus assuring you a safe and pleasant ride. Our "Doctor on Rubber" has all the latest methods of repairing Inner tubes by the steam process, thus saving you the price of a new tube when It only needs repairing. Our "Motor Doctor" has had ten years practical experience on the ails and cures of the auto, thus we are able to guarantee each and every operation performed by us. Why then trust your sick. car In the hands of doctors who have had only a year or two practice? Why, you are paying for their experience. We have had that experience. All work guaranteed. "Good, or made good." PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. Arthur Ainsworth, Manager. Open Day and Night. Phone Main 145. Cor. Fourth Ave. and Washington. ToT MINERS WERE IN PERIL. r - im 'm-m . mm Salt Lake City. Sept. 28. A special to the Desert News from Winter Quar ters, Utah, says the lives of nearly a hundred miners at work in a new mine of the Utah Pacific Coal company, were endangered for a time this morn ing by a fire that destroyed the entire plant, two new boilers and the main hoist and tipple at the mouth of the mine shaft. All the miners managed to escape through another opening. The loss is J50.0U0. o THE SANTE FE'S EARNINGS. Chicago, Sept. 28. The annual re port of the Atchison, Topeka and San ta Fe company was made public today. The total income to June 30th, 1908, was $91,289,770. Deducting operating expenses including taxes, rentals, etc., Jfi5,031.f.82 and fixed charges $12,579. 301, a balance remains of 13,678.886. After the payment of dividends, the surplus for theyear was Jl, 895,879. ' he Public If you do not believe we are quit ting business, look at these prices, then come and see the Shoes. All Nettleton Shoes and Oxfords $6 values at $4.50. All Crossett Shoes $3.50, $4 and $5 values $2.75 We also have a complete line of Ladies Shoes in all leathers and styles, $4 and $5 values at $2.60 and $2.75. We have a full line of Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoesin$2.50stnd$3valuesat$1 .80 The Alkire Co Shoes and Hosiery I a . thos.