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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY , MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1909.
7 s Itsatelst n iiaAJESTSC THE A T TO NIGHT Presenting Their Great Rural Comedy Act MR. AND MRS. NEIL LITCHFIELD Rural Sketch Artists - fiC H...-. X Dl, C .a 5 5 The Management Guarantees This to Be a Headliner Act, Never UUWII d L DIUUK railll Before Excelled in any Local Theatre ILLY ": JONES, Comedian and IonoIogm All New Acts, Pictures, Songs and Music. Two Shows Nightly 7:30 and 9:00 P. M. Prices 1qc, 20c and 30c Scats on Sale at Boehmer's Drug Store 2E ami 1 i n Mini hi J; Suit!. M i.tlllW'Je, (j,!i.l'im.riFJ 3E 2E w. l THE MARTIN INQUEST TO BE HELD TODAY How the Foundation of Buffalo Bill's Fortune Wat Laid. The inquest on the body of Dan Martin, the old man killed by light ning jfixtren miles southwest of the city on Saturday evening, will be held by Acting Coroner Parker at 11 o'clock this morning. The inquest had been et for that hour yesterday, but the witnesses who had been sum moned failed to appear. Janus ililson, who waa with Mar tin, has not entirely recovered from the yhook he received. but it is thought that he can be brought to town today. It had been understood that the killing took place at the ;il son ranch, but a neighbor said yester day that Martin was stricken in the road about three miles from the ranch Gilson was driving home in u. wagon when he was overtaken by Martin on horseback. Martin tied his hor.-e be hind the wagon and ft in. . At that moment Cilon's hat was blown off and While he got out after It Martin held the roins. When liilson returned and Martin was handing the reins to him he was killed, fiilson was strick en into unconsciousness and fell for ward into the wagon. In an account of the death of Mar tin The Republican on Sunday morn ing recalled his former relations with Buffalo Pill and their meeting here at the last visit of the famous showman. Another interesting incident of that relation was the fact that if it had not been for Martin Col Cody m rhaps would never have be n fanioti i, hut "You've fif wil GOT 0krf$P') To Earn Wim , f m v t I It isn't a question alone of -whether you want a better salary it's a hard condition of life that you must face to protect your self and those dependent upon you. ' You can't star, J still if you don't want to go backward, you must go forward that is, you've got to cam more. Earning more means holding a better position independence, happiness, and a chance to provide for the future. Thousands upon thousands who once held low, poorly paid positions now earn high salaries as a result of letting the International Correspond exce Schools show them how to accomplish the change. During last year about 4,000 studenU-vol-untarily reported increases in salary amounting to over two million dollars! Every month an average of 000 men voluntarily report to us advancement in position and earnings. Why not make YOUR start this month? HOW TO DO IT Simply mark on the coupon the position you wish to secure, then tear out and mail the coupon to the International Correspond ence Schools. This puts you under no obligation whatever but allows our experts to adapt a Course to your individual needs and circumstances. You've got to earn more money. The I. C. S. will help y ou. Hill you take the start today? ' 1 1 YifcrMeYi niii I , I1TEENATI0NU CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS Box 790. BCEANTON. PA. Pl explain, without lurthr oM'ijitioii on my part, ' now I can i)U4lilv t,,r a lirif.-r b.i,aT .mil al,.,n.' ' utcnt lu the M,itiun Injure wtiiLl, 1 have maikni X. Ad Writrr Arrhitrrfuril Df.-.lt. Show-Car.l Writff Mmrlur l P. aninrrr Viajw Tritiinirr Struo;ui.il Or.if'nian w Civil Smirf Exjtn. Con , r ti .r .V Hui l.le r Ornamental PrMnrr rorrni.in I'luml.rr Mrfhanical P.tcmfrr Civil Eniin-'f Mechanical Pf.ittMiian K . k Construct. Eng. Foreman Machinist Siirrev" Electrical Eninrer Mining engineer Electrician Cb-ti itt Power-Station Supt. K-.uL keej.er Architect Slenor j.her . Kame , St. & No. . ; City State f'ody could not have felt 'grateful to him at the time for the manner ill which Martin laid the foundation for his fortune. Martin was then living in southern Kansas. One day he saw a young man or boy driving a team of mules in the direction ef the nation. He surmised that the mules belonged to the govern ment, and as ipiiekly as possible he inlormed the commandant of the near est army post. The supposed mule thief was followed far down into the nation and captured. He was Cody. He was taken back to Fort Leaven worth and an investigation was be gun. It covered an extended period and ended in tjie discovery that though the mules they had been con demned or in some way not to his diseredit hail come into the posses sion of the future Buffalo Bill. Imring his detention at the post the army officers with whom he came into contact formed a liking for him and his appointment as scout was the outcome. M I M1 1 'H"!"! ifr M' I ! 1111111 H; i PERSONAL MENTION t n h i, M-l-M- M''1','1'!' 1,1 ' I' At the Hotel Adams: . Ti Mor rison. Los Angeles: V. J. flea veland, lMt: Kthel Jones, Ias Angeles. A! the l'ord: Mrs. (1 K. ijolds wotiliy. I.os Anceie.: Charles Wright, Alhmiaei me; II. O. U'iiwon, Casa vi iida: (,. fi. Wil -on, Ca.i 5rand-i: 1 MMIik.-u a.i.l wife. Montana At the Commercial: Roy Hoyt. B. T. Hickman. I-is Angeles; Ted He Ianiel and wife. Baldwin, Kan. WICKENBURG DEPARTMENT Vi l l i 1 1 miWitW i 1H 1 iH"H"M' I 1 1 1 i-H i 'l"H"i' M l M 1M' H-- Y. W if ?( ' I i 1 "Wlicn in doubt, buv a Soft Felt Hat. When "it's late for the Straw and too earlv for the Deibv, buv a Soft Felt Hat. When the sun is strong and the brow is moist, buv a Soft Felt Hat. When the weather is muggy and the spirit depressed, buy a Soft Felt Hat. Light, eool, jaunty, shapely, stylish, comfortable, luxurious. A soft snap. The happy hat. (Set it here. The McQougal! & Cassou Oo. "The Quality Shop." KNOX FALL SHAPES Wiekenburg. Aug. 30. (Special Cor respondence of The Republican A gopher snake measuring about four feet in length, and about as thick an the average man's wrist, was the cause of much gossip yesterday afternoon. Al Kverts was tending bar at Kverts & Kchwanbet k's saloon when occasion demanded that Al open a much unfre quented drawer, to get at some favorite brand. He pulled open the drawer and quickly shut it again. Then he gave a sigh and turned white. When he re covered his self-possession, he gath ered a force of picked men, noted for their bravery, and armed them with encouragement and a few other things, the drawer was again pulled open, but this time with great caution, and as some one was about to strike the fatal blow at the supposed rattler or side winder, Al recognized his own dear pet and gave the command, "Halt:" The dusk brown ranks stood still. Who touches yon grey head shall die like a dog march on." Al said: "I-ts have another drink. The gopher snake Is a great favorite about the saloon and has a well earned reputation as a rat and golpher killer. But he has always been confined to the cellar, and very likely crawled into the drawer in some way while pursuing his prey. Wm. A. PouLum, John A. Throne and Henry Berry, spent Sunday in the, neighboring hills on a honey expedi tion. As a result of the little outing they returned with a three gallon can full of the swet stuff. Undertaker Pouiaon, while try ing to train one of the bees to sting Mr. Throne, got stung himself, and, is now nursing the index finger of one of his hands. The boys say tire hills are, literally swarm ed with"hlves"rfh(l there Is no diffi culty in gathering, the honey. W. J. IXimv Mt Mouse was a visitor here, enroute home, from the Seattle exiMisltion. Mr. Dunn is the man who laid out the townsite of Bouse, and he says he sees great prospects for that section of the country. While passing through tans Angeles he purchased a cement block machine. The first blocks pressed will be used In the building of a residence for himself, loiter he may enter the contracting field. V v '.Mr. and lfrs.Hiigh Sprunger have returned from Salome and will now de vote their time weeing that the home which they are building on Knob Hill Is rushed to completion. Judge M. K. Josephs of Wenden, passed through here enroute home from Los Angeles, where he has been enjoying his vacation. Karl Smith has moved to the 'Wiek enburg ranch house, having aold the house he made vacant to Archie Mid dlcton. Mr. Middleton has already moved most of his belongings into his newly purchased house, in fact every thing, but his family. They are sum mering at Prescott, and are expected back in a few days. In the meantime, Archie is working like a beaver to get things in shape for their welcome. Mrs. J. Witherlay tuts been suffering from an attack of pleurisy the. past few days. Her condition Is somewhat improved. H. C. Storey, an official of the Sant:. I'e, Prescott anil Phoenix Railroad company, passed through here in the official car, from the A. & C. country enroute to 'Phoenix. Mrs. laeon Jones, who has been visit ing eastern relatives since her mar riage, came in on this morning's train ami was met by her father-in-law, K. . S. Jones, general manager of the Bray i ton Commercial company:. Mrs. Jones will very likely continue her journey to Salome, where her husband Is em ployed. Ceorge Purdy Bullard of Phoenix Is here on official business. Mrs. W. K. Clem of the Vulture mine is registered at the Kllis house. The railroad company has a force of men repairing the crossing, which was damaged by the recent storms. Jl DEFENSE DISCLOSED IN THE O'BRIEN CASE The Jurisdiction of the Courts of This County Attacked. hearing will probably be set for to morrow; also, if It should be denied the defense will probably rest mainly on this contention until it has been de cided in the district court. The love of truth is the stimulus to all noble conversation. This is the root of all the charities. The tree which springs from It may have a thousand branches, but thev will all bear a gold en and generous fruitage. Orville Liewev. Truth can hardly be expected to adopt herself to the crooked policy and Wily slnuousities of worldly affairs, for truth, like light, travels only In straight lines. Colton. Frank J. O'Brien, charged with em bezzlement in connection with his business as broker, was taken before Justice Parker yesterday for arraign ment. His attorney. Judge S. W. Pur cell of Tucson presented a motion for liis discharge on the ground that the courts of this county were without jurisdiction for if any crime had been committed it was committed in Pima county where the defendant was throughout the period within which the alleged offense was committed. Justice Parker set the hearing of the motion for this morning at ten o'clock. If it should be denied the preliminary IVORY SOAP appeals to rich, and poor alike. The millionaire's wife buys it because she knows there is nothing better at any price; the me chanic's wife, because she knows there is noth ing so good at the same price. In both cases, Good Value counts. There is no "free" alkali in Ivory Soap. That is why it will not injure the tinest fabric or the most delicate skin. Ivory Soap 994o Per Cent. Pure Tinning & Plumbing Tank Work a Specialty Estimates Cheerfully Given. ANGEL CONTRERAS Wiekenburg, Ariz. i,i , ')"i"i"i"iTm"n' ' "t" i i i ri1 1 i i i Stop at the ELLIS HOUSE Opposite Depot, 'Wiekenburg'. A first class restaurant run in connection. Meals 35c. Special rates by the week. 1 E. R. RICE, Wiekenburg. Mining Engineer and U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. GENERAL BLACKSMITH Mine Work a 8pc!alty. JOHN A. THRONE. Phono Main 331 Wickonburg, Aris. When In Wiekenburg stop at the HOTEL VERNETTA CAFC AND RESTAURANT The best in the city. Commutation tickets, 15 meals for 15.50. J. A. Wilbourn, Mgr. JUST RECEIVED A line as sortment of Kaphael Tucks, Pic ture Puzzle Post Cards and Paper Dolls of all kinds. F. B, Baptist Co. n ma AmA Women. TLls Will Cur TOU .... Dr. MrLaorhlla II. w. .. .. - I ircirn cmii cur mxt forms of Mzuat ntt i nuthenla. weakness and debility in boto MEN end WOMEN. It restores fores, tons ana vigor, it cures nil sTBtemle weakness and organic Inactivity, it Brings dick youta ful strength by help Ing Nature curs. Our belt Is the acme of perfection. Bend this ad for our free 80- cuu-a lK,wW V,4,.h .411 Ftm Bectrio So e ,nt pr'.paia , aM Kutl"7 T Ior j.r, Coimultatloi DR M. D. HrUl'OHUX CO.." South HpriiicaM, Lo Anfelea. vlU You Must Stop FOR A COOL ROOM AND A QUIE1 NIGHT'S RfcoT THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA. ARIZONA. Have- your Bicycle Tires given satisfaction ? ? If not why not? There is but two good reasons. They are either old stock or poor quality goods. We have a TIRE CELLAR and have a nice stock of fresh new tires. Prices from $2.50 to $5.00. Fisk, Goodrich, Hartford and Diamond brands. Arizona Motor Co. 36 & 38 East Adams St. Phone i'HIIItllllllllHIMIUlllt . :: Johnson SRemsbottom i hava removed from 12 North ':: :: , . Socond 8trat to SI SOUTH FIR3T AVENUE I" ' ' ; whora thoy will bo ploasod to i '. most all old customers and ) ) many now one. ' tVIIU I I I 1 I I M"M K'H"t 4 Mil IIIIIIIIIII11IIIIHM THE HOFFMAN CIGAR 4 STAND, E-J. DOYLE, PROP. CIGARS. . TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broadway and Cantor. I 1 1 I III I 11 I 1 I I 1 I I I I I I I I I t t i tut, it, it, nmniimtitii'i Batteries For Gasoline Engines. ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. Tel. Black 8534. V. R. Norris, Prop. 41 S. First Ave. YOUR ONE PPORTUMTY To supply yourself with the coming season's necessities is our ACTUAL COST SALE. No matter what inducements may be brought forth, nothing can possibly equal this offering of new, clean, fresh, high class stock of dry goods, which we are closing ' . I I 1 1 1 1. 1 r 1 ' 1- ' aLl.- J-l- 1 i- ,1 1 i-1 1, . I 1 i-1 out at exactly wnoiesaie cost, uur saies nave proven now gieany me values are appreeiciieu, anu inougn ious ui guuu imiigs aregune we are receiving new goods daily, and as they arrive they are placed on sale at just wholesale cost price. The sale will continue until I October 1st, just 30 days more and then you will pay regular price. Positively nothing charged, nothing exchanged. Everything at Cost Until October 1st "i 77 vm Nothing Reserved. New Fall Goods at Cost, Too fL AllMlllA i5TFp J