TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, HTURDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 21, 1003.-
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Doer and turkey season closes December 1.
Quail, snipe and rail closes March 1. -Ducks.
Reese, doves, rabbits, open all the year.
Always keep one of our game law cards handy; they are free
for the asking.
There is plenty of time yet for you to get the limit on deer, and
all the turkey you want The season is just well started on quail; the
best duck shooting is now coming on. Drop in and see the latest
models of shotguns and rifles, all sold at the lowest restricted retail
prices, same as eastern catalog houses charge. Fresh ammunition for
all standard makes of firearms.
Another lot of ITHACA 20 gauge double barrel hammerless guns
due this week. Den t fail to call and see these litt'e beauties, if you
want to see the "coming" gun.
PINNEY & ROBINSON,
40 North Center St,
THE ACME OF MILLINERY
WE HAVE THE GRANDEST DISPLAY OF PLUMES, FEATHERS,
STOLES, ETC, IN EVERY BEAUTIFUL SHADE YOU EVER SAW.
BE IN STYLE GET ONE TO TRIM YOUR HAT. OUR PRICES
Salesroom Corner 1st
A. W. GALPIN
Sporting Goods for all Seasons
26 East Washington.
WRITE THE ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC
FOR CATALOGUE AND OTHER DESCRIPTIVE LITERATURE.
MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, DIRECTOR.
SPECIAL SALE OF MISSION FURNITURE
NOW OS AT
THE BIDE-A-WEE MISSION FURNITURE ROOMS
3-4 Mile North of East I.ake Park.
Come early and secure the bargains. Bring your pictures to
framed in Mission Style.
TO THE PUBLIC
I have secured the services of a Mr. Behny, direct
from the Pioneer Transfer Co. of Los Angeles, who is
an expert in Handling Safes, Pianos, Furni
ture and Machinery. Let us figure with you
on any class of hauling and see if we cannot Save
You Monev. Wasrons of every description can be
M had on short notice. Phone
16 S. CENTER ST.
New Stock of California
as well as
Eastern Canned Goods
Is now In, and a full line of GROCERIES is constantly kept for Bale;
retail and wholesale at the very lowest prices. We handle Valley
Products in car lota or less.
GOLDMAN & COMPANY
28 South Center Street.
PIANOS and ORGANS
j 245 E. Washington
bfc A COMPLETE SELECTION OF
In all lines, weights and prices.'
SPECIAL PRICES SATURDAY
TRIMMING THIS YEAR IS
Street and Adams
St. Tel. Red 2031
DEEP SEA SAILORS
Few Traces Left of the Old Roistering
Life of Jack Ashore Shanghaing
and Fisticuffs Forgotten Occupa
tions. New York, Nov. 18 The American
sailor Is passing. Indeed he has al
most disappeared, and with him many
curious customs and practices of early
days. Shanghalng the practice of
obtaining sailors by force which un
der the less graphic name of Impress
ment, was thrt chief cause of the war
of 1812 with England, has been stamp
ed out except In rare Instances, its only
survival being found In the osier
fisheries of Chesapeake bay. There
the practice if .shanghalng has per
sisted, according to a writer In Ap
plcton's Magazine, to such an extent
that the matter has recently been
brought to the attention of the fed
eral authorities. Generally speaking,
however, the old school of American
sailors, together With the characteris
tic features of sailor life ashore which
gave picturesquencss to the water
front section of every port city, has
disappeared forever. In New York,
the greatest port In the country, where
once the pitfalls for Jack ashore were
myriad,- the number of shops and re
sorts conducted especially for the pur
pose of separating tars from their
money, is steadily diminishing.
Chiefly this is due to the change in
all conditions. While the sailor of a
century or half a century ago was a
skilled member of an exacting profes-
sion, ht is now. as a result or in gen
eral use of steam, merely a laborer on
water, needed only for the scrubbing
of decks, the polishing of metal, and
the handling of paint buckets.
Just where the term shanghalng got
its origin is a matter of dispute, but
the best authorities agree that It .enme
from the city of Shanghai. China.
When the far eastern trade was car
ried on by the fastest sailing ships
mon eon id build the famous "clip
pers" sailors were artists in their
professions and well paid. Shanghai
was one of the great ports and there
sailors after their long voyage wore
likely to dissipate their pay and fail
to report for the home voyage. As
the value of eastern cargoes depend
ed largely on prompt handling. the
practice anise in Shanghai of obtain
ing men to man the vessels by force
or trickery usually by the use of
drugs and drink and from this it is be
lieved came the term shanghalng.
ir, iv, ..1,1 flavs New York's watcr-
I front, calculated first to get the money
of Jack ashore and then to shanghai
1 him for the regular roe rormeny pam
I by captains, was the most picturesque
I and roisterous in the country. What
I is now the famous Bowery was then
Jack's special stamping ground, and
its deterioration is held to be largely
due to the disappearance of the typi
cal rtltl-timp sailor.
"The Bowery was once tho Fifth
avenue of the town." says the Apple
; ton chronicler, "but beginning on
' South street from coentles slip, up and
down the water front, the dives start -:
ed to creep in and fill the whole lower
east end of the Manhattan city. They
did not require much law in tnose
lurid, buxom years, and whatever hapi
pened that wasn't right was hidden
beneath the fog of navy cut. blown
up from Jack's Inevitable clay pipe,
and was drowned beneath the plunk-ety-plunk
of some yellowed and crack
ed ptano. Sailor men were more or
less of'a luxury in the late '0's. and
the police therefore let them alone.
That end of the big city was packed
full of the sea drift of the seven
oceans; Polacks and Swedes from the
north rubbed eblows with Chinks
from Hong Kong, by way of 'Frisco,
with 'smoker Irishmen. as the sailors
called he blacks from the Antilles,
with Hindoo coolies who had floated
from Suez up past Jopps, and Naples,
across Into the lower bay."
Tho old-time sailors' boaroin"?
houses or "places." as they were call
ed, all had their "runners' men sk:ll
ed in the game of attracting Jac'i
ashore, getting his money and then
drugging him and turning him over
to the captain of any vessel short of
hands. "A quarter century ago," sys
Mr. Lyon, "if you walked along the
shore front in Quebec or New York,
or New Orleans, or East street in
'Frisco, and happened to step in a
moment for a slug of whisky, you
were apt to wake up two days out
to sea with nothing but a pair of
shoes and a 'donkey's breakfast,'
which-, in the parlance of the sea dog,
is merely a straw mattress.
"Today all this has changed. Sail
ors' Missions are more popular than
might be thought, considering the
roistering spirit of the frequenters.
When Jack Is in port, no matter his
age, race, or religion, if he hasn't a
girl or a family, he is pretty apt to
turn up at the secretary's desk that
is, after his money has been spent
elsewhere in traditional pursuits. Snug
harbors, be It said, with their free
reading rooms and their beds and
their general assistance, seem to be
ideal places for the mariners to go to
when they cannot get in anywhere
else and are drifting rudderless
through the surge of the city. The
use of these Institutions Is not a
matter of religion with him so much
as it is the necessity of keeping body
and soul together. To accomplish this
bodily comfort he is willing to ' un
dergo a little temporary treatment for
his soul, if his benefactor insists up
on administering it.
"It' used to be different back In the
olden times. In the 80's and earlier,
when they shanghaied men off James
Slip, and when Catherine street and
Cherry and Roosevelt and Water
streets used to be filled with sailors'
boarding houses instead of with the
Yiddish sweatshops and the Italian
pickle venders of the present day. In
those times you couldn't walk north
on Water street of a balmy evening
without getting into a fight; every
door that was not a lodging house
door led Into a saloon and dance hall,
and upstairs they had an empty room
or two where a four-round bout
was always In progress, the men
before the mast always being great
fighters and loving to watch a little
harmless mill. You couldn't get a
job downstairs as waiter in the bar
room if you could not box, and you
certainly would not be able to hold
your job long If you could not box
BUE3E Hii IH2 I
Vr elm nonnnt tifln it,. YYniTlPn flrft
.& ' i v. u w - ' r' - -
often cross, irritable, hysteric, and
declare they are driven to distrac
tion at the slightest provocation.
Men cannot understand why this
should be so. To them it is a mys
tery because in nine times out o!
ten this condition is caused by a
6erious feminine derangement.
A remedy is necessary which acts
directly upon the organs afflicted, re
Btoringa healthy normal condition to
tne ieminine system, vum.u wm;
quickly dispel all hysterical, nervous ;
and irritable conditions. Such is
I YniA F.PINKHA1VTS
The following letter serves to
Jlrs. Mattie Copenhaver, 315 So
21st St, Parsons, Kans., writes:
" For two years I suffered from the
worst forms of feminine ills, until
was almost driven frantic KothinR
but morphine would relieve me. Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
brought me health and happiness and
made me a well woman."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. I'ink.
ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the
standard remedy for female ills,
and has positively cured thousands of
women who have leen troubled with
displacements, in flammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, that bear-
ing-down leeung, natuieny,Hiuisf3
Why don't vou try it?
Mrs. llnkham invites all sick
women to write her for advice.
(She has guided thousands tc
health. Address. Lynn, Mass.
well. Sailors that ere grtting their
five dollars a night now before New
York's anaemic little athletic clubs
fir a short 'go.' used to browse around
from Harry Hill's to the Bucket of
Blood' of a Saturday night twenty
years back, fight a half dozen battles,
and come away with forty or fifty
dollars in premium money. There is
a broken window even yet down on
Oliver street through which the Terri
ble Swede knocked a Jamaica 'nigger
for Darby McGowan In the spring of
'93, and many a darker house can
Uwst its darker feat of violence
"But if the life of Jack ashore is
somewhat lurid even today, when he
is on duty he is one of the finest
types of the American workman. On
duty he is a sturdy workman, method
ical, regular as the ship's bells, as
punctual as a clerk at his desk or a
milkman on his morning round. The
pity of.it all is that he gets nowhere.
His hole life, from the time he takes
to the sea as a lad until the declin
ing years he spends in some seaman's
alehouse or charitable mission, is
made up of just these things a trip
out and a jamboree ashore. Some of I
his fellows may work up to be quar- j
termasters or boatswains themselves
there is one chance in a hundred;
some may take to the fishing indus
try; here and there one of them finds
a snug berth for his old years, caring
for boats at a summer boating place.
Up and down the coast there are al-
l-:ivm noMitionR In which he mav de
cently grow old and end his fever of j
unrest. One thing he has to be
thankful for, however, and that is
the disappearance of shanghaing."
A COMPLETE FOOD
CA Highest Awards in
.-tV Europe and America
U.S. fat. Office
A medical writer says:
Baker's pure cocoa acts as
a gentle stimulant, invigorat
ing and correcting the action
of the digestive organs, fur
nishing the body with some
of the purest elements of
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
Established 1780. DORCHESTER, MASS.
A Car Load of
We got 'em
and will sell as
long as they
by sack only,
at this price.
I Cash Store
I GIVE US
I MORE OF... .
I YOUR BUSINESS
1 WE ARE
i ANXIOUS i
1 TO PLEASE
T 18-20 E. Washington St.
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We receive daily fresh
supplies of California
and local fruits and
COLD AIR STORAGE
is not an easy matter, as the
best Occulists or Opticians are
not magicians. They cannot re- X
store sight" ttr the blind. There
fore save your eyes by obtaining T
4 glasses of
Harry Friedman J
; 40 SOUTH CENTER ST,
EASTERLING & WHITNEY
til W. Waahlafftosj
I Buying j
A MONTANA ME
BELCHING OUT SMOKE
Six Men at Least Are Dead and Prob
ably Many More.
Butte, Nov. 20 A fire this morning
in the fourth drift east from No. 2
slope of the Northwestern Improvement-company's
mine at Red Lodge,
has caused the death of six miners and
probably many more. About twenty
miners are entombed with a faint
chance for the escape of any of them.
The known dead are Samuel uppers
John Matson and Andrew Jokala.
Seven men were taken from me
,. ..-i,!.,.,,, at i r, m in a half-dead con
dition and are now in the hospital. Fire
department members and fifty volun
teers then started tho wonc oi nr.uc
and within half an hour ships were
running with rapidity down the fourth
entry and a hundred men were ioau-u
on cars and brought to the surface.
Manv of them were completely ex
hausted and lifeless.
Thoe rescued declared that there is
little hope for the greater number of j
those eniomoeo, oui mis w.m-i
shared by the mine officials.
Pit Boss William Haggerty, when
carried up in one of the skips was al
most overcome, but was restored by
physicians. He remained bravely at
his" post until the very last, in an en
deavor to save men and after recup
erating made frantic efforts to go back
Into the mine.
Everything within the vicinity of the
mine is in the wildest confusion. The i
fire i.x terrific tudcing from the Im- :
mense volume of smoke and fire emit
ted from the second entry.
a .-iroriii rheeU of the miners to
night shows three dead and six miss- j
ing. The missing miners . attempted ;
to escape by No. 2 entry, ana it is j
stated there is not a chance that they ;
have escaned. as in that portion of the I
mine the fire is raging fiercely. The
fire was Btarted by lights on tne caps
of the miners and tonight it was still
unchecked. The damage will be very
Full of Kinkliness. I
"What do you expect to do when j
you reach the celestial realms? I
"Build in some nice, restricted
neighborhood." answered Mrs. I)e
Style, "and act as a patroness to all
m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 mi tnti
A complete line of New and
Crockery and Graniteware.
Phone Main 357.
11 11 I I 111 1 1 1 1 1 ' "' ' M '
ELECTRIC IRONS AT THE
Arizona Electric Company
TEL. BLACK 8534. V. R. NORRIS, PROP. 41 S. FIRST AVE.
THE EXQUISITE CLEANLINESS OF OUR BAKE SHOP
Appeals to particular housekeepers.
Dinner Rolls and Buns at 10 cents a
Gooseberry Tarts, 5c each. '
PHOENIX BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY.
Edward Eiscle, Prop. Phone M. 89.
SOUTHWESTERN AUTO CO.
The best equipped and most up-to-date garage li the middle we9t.
SEE US BEFORE BUYING! WE CAN SELL YOU ANY CAR MANU
FACTURED IN AMERICA TODAY, CHEAPER THAN YOU CAN PUR
CHASE THE SAME AT ANY FACTORY.
STORAGE. REPAIRS. RENTALS. SUPPLIES.
23t E. Wash. St. E. W. BACON. Manager. Phono Main 345.
By buying your lumber of tho new
We iave bought out tne EMdnd
largest and beat stock of lumber and building materials ever brought to
Phoenix. We will make the price right and guarantee the sradea. Let
tie figure wltn roo. Tours to please,
The O' Mai ley Lumber Co.
,H"i"M' t H i l' H' H' j ' H - H
X BUY STOCK OF THE
SIN RIVAL MILLING & MINING CO.
It Pays Dividends
NO ROOM HERE FOR DETAILS. TELL YOU ABOUT IT AT
i 37 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona
hfr-W-H-H ntWI 1 I 1 'ri-HH-H-HHil1'I' M"l AM I'M-
A FULL LINE OF
CALL AND SEE
Pacific Gas and Electric Co.
130-132 West Washington St,
On Boys', Youths'
We are closing out
our entire line 'of
Boys' and ' Misses
Oxfords, $2, $2.50
Values at pair $1.00
These are rare bargains
and will not last
Shoes and Hosiery
All Shoe and Store Fix
tures for Sale.
1 1 1 1 hhhhi i
Second Hand Furniture, Rugs,
3i-2S W. Washington. Z
Bread at 5 and 10 cents; delicious
dozen. Raspberry. Red Cherry and
firm. The O'Malley
Lumber Co. and expect to carry
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