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TH! AEIZONA REPUBLICAN MOHDAY JIOT1NING, NOVEMBER 20, 189 9.
GUNS FOR RENT bold Hammer and Hammerless. Game is Plentiful and we have just re ceived a large and fresli Consignment of Ammunition AT Ezra W.Thayer's 124 and 126 East Washington Street, 127 to 133 East Adams Stket THE Mm EXPENSE (Continued From First Page.) and rej-ponsibilities. The first in or der at the losinnin,T of the new ad ministration was an inaugural ' ad dress by the new president, Willie Males, after which the following Po- ;:ramn:e was rendered: Fun?, by t?ie Mhool; the literary paper by the edi- 't tress. Jessie v 'rt-iirhlon: dialogue. NH- j tie Sidell and Mabel O.rbett; reeit'i- j Hon, John Hedgpeth: dialogue. Mattie j fox. Jessie Creighton. Fiances Pen1-- benon. Krmst Cox. Itobie Rvans. ; Mexican Drawn Work. Clarence Hoskins. James CJcare and i Jack like; recitation. Risa Quinby. j Indian Baskets. . dialogue. Lee Cutler and Clinton Tru man: song, by the school. Kalph Thomas and Chelsea I5ufor. were appointed leaders to flioose as-ri.-ttanta and to lead in debating at the next regular meet in? the follow ill's question: ICeEoived. 1 iiat r ire is a More Destructive r.lement than j f. M. Frar.fi?. a w.:ll-known resident Water." I r'- Flagstaff, arrived last night and is WII.UK i'.ALKS, ! r.-gistered at the Commercial. NETTIE SIDEI.L,. President. j J. C Green. of P.ro-lon. Mass., came Secretary, i in over the Ash Folk route last night VEIiVETS forr DRESS THVIVIlHG. We want the ladies of Phoenix to know that there is scarcely a shade which we do not carry in Velvets. These are in a very superior quality of Mirror Velvet, in all the njw shadings. The very great advantage in buying these goods from us is that our Velvet3 are all cut on the bias, making a great saving of material. Mexican Opals. SCOFIELD. Wholesale and Retail-209-21 I East Washington St. atUnding the suffrage r.-.nv ntion -!- lav. I eial. "he is I?? d at the Commor- o I and is -stopping at the Adams. PPnQn'AI MFMTk'flM i Tc rtsWems of San Francisco reg- LIOVflHL. ITlLIt I I . istered at the Adams last night. They ; are J. F. Moroney and K. Selig. M. P. Heavey. of New York, is regis- c. J. O'Connor, of Rochester, X. Y-. tered at the Adams. v.as an arrival in the city yesterday. He M. F. Hazelton. of Prescott registered is stopping at the Commercial. at tae Adams last night. Mrs. Nellie A. Sullivan, a large prop- I C. II. Hates, of Kirkland. registered erty owner of Safford, arrived at the at the Commercial last night. j Adams yesterday, and will attend the i James Slade of Stn F.a-:c:seo rc-g- i woman suffrage convention. istered yesterday at the Ford. j Miss Clara M. Criley, of Prescott, ar- C. W. Fleming of Los Angeles, regis- " '" iushi aim regis- tered at I he Adams last eveniner. i tered at the Adam; ! f j - j WE CAN' HAVE TOIT TIME. HAS BEEN ELECTED, and the BEAR will head the PROCESSION with GOOD, FRESH DRUGS and nxe Toilet Articles EVERY DAY during the WEEK. We fill prescriptions EVERY HOUR of the DAY, and our DRUG STORE is opposite City w.tt WATCH THE "BEAR'S DRUG STORE" CARNIVAL WEEK. How Easy It Is When Once TIs. When once success has been at tained ia a certain direction, with what facility the idea Is grasped by others. The fact that Mother's Bread Is imitated is sufficient acknowl edgement of its superiority. Mother's Bread has been crowned queen, end any attempts to steal her laurels will not be looked upen with favor by those who "jess love mamma's bread." Moth er's Bread originated and made only by the "" And time Is money. The Union Pa cific makes the quickest time to nearly all points East. DR. T. F. CHILDS, SPECIFIC TREATMENT FOR CON SUMPTION is the only Sure Cure for Tuberculosis. He is the only Doctor in Arizona that can cure all kinds of Cancer without cutting. No. 16 South Second Avenue. We -rry evervtuing knnv.ii in MCSIOAL iNSTKCXlKTS and a fi.li canlupu- ut '0 tent HEET Ml'SIC Catalogue stria tree to aov- one In the territory, f lANuS: KtiaOe Keener. Aturecnt auu oilier High urade instruments. W. S. Jenkins Temple of Music. Patton Grand Bulletins. Phoenix, Arizona. the loss which would necessarily be in volved. The inability of officers to procur? the ordinary articles of provisions, etc.. nee. essary to their welfare, in remote place? like Cavite, Guam and Sitka, has re cently resulted in much personal -JU-comfoit to them. Legislation gratitir.-i to ollicers and enlisted men of the navy and marine corps the privilege of buy ing commissary stores from the army, and the establishment of a naval com missary store department, with a lik-i privilege to the army, at such places h? the secretary might deem necessary, is recommended. In order to meet the present demand for officers for s-a and other duty it N respectfully urged that the pay corps cf the navy be maintained at its full numerical strength, and that the va cancies in the grade cf assistant pay master be filled r.t the earliest possiWe moment. There are at this time only four pay officers unemployed, of whom one is cn sick leave and three have re cently finished ciuises and are awaiting assignment. It rarely happens that a pay officer can obtain leave of absence upon the expiration of a tour of s.-a s-Tvke, and it is frequently necessary to detail him for new duty before the time allowed by iaw for the settlement of his accounts has expired. 1 An impressive idea of the great ex pense of maintaining the new navy is conveyed by the detailed statement of the cost of keeping in commission, dur ing the past year, the ships of the ac tive navy. The cruiser New York, lla--r-ship ;f the North Atlantic station, was the m.ist expensive ship on the list, for it cost f-.7I.13i to keep her in com mission. Admiral Dewey's flagship, the Oiym-I-ia, v.v;s not far belli. id, at a cost ef The Oregon was close up, and per haps on account of the remarkable cruise that was male by that ship, $422, 037 were spsnt in keeping her go ing. The big battleship Iowa, larger by 1,'ViO tons than the Oregon, cost less to operate, her figure being ii 'd,lS'!. Tin Indiana cost $27!.' CK, and the Brooklyn 3 , ,. - , ..f.,Mi t. ir; H E. f yesterday at the Adams from Chicago. I Mrs. J. A. Victor registered at the Commercial last night. She cornea from i hicago. H. B. Hall and wife are stopping at j the Adams. They registered from Los Angeles. H. T. Sinclair and L. Obermeyer, of I last night Chicago, registered Adams. George U. Russell came down from Pre-scott last night and is stopping at the Adams. John B. Shea, of San Francisco, ar rived yesterday and is stopping at the Commercial. H. J. Alien and wife came down from Jerome last night. They are stopping at the Adams. Walter Hyde registerel at the Ford hotel yesterday. He comes from Belvidere, Conn. Jim Burson left for Congress last night to look after his mining interests in that locality. F. 13. Newberry, of Philadelphia, ar rived in the city yesterday and is stop ping at the Adains. J. A. Jaeger, of Prescott came down fe.ni the mountains yesterday and reg-intere-d at the Ford. H. J. Emerson, of Albuquerque, is in, the city, arriving last night. He regis tered at the Adams. Y. Ii. and Mrs. Varney. eif Boston, arrived in the city last night and are stopping at the Commercial. H. A. Callihtr, of Fort Worth, is registered at the Commercial. He ar rived in this city yesterday. Mis. Juhn L. Munds came down from Prescott last night for the purpose of Mis. Carrie Chapman Catt and Miss Mary G. Hay, of New York, are in the" city today to attend the equal suffrage' ce.-nferc-nce. They are registered at the Adams. i Mips Miller and Miss Lamont of Du- i luth arrived last night from the north and registered at the Ford. Thy will remain here this winter for the benefit i She is here to at- !A 11 711 A HnPfV. Corner Washington and Third Ms. at tne i 0j jjjss Lamont's health. rO THE CANADA'S CUP. cm . writ i HOSES !Dr. ALICE LAWSON, the divine healer, cures all curable dis eases and habits, removes abscession. i Tuesday and Friday afternoons. Free to those that are not able to pay. Of fice hours, 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., at the Dor ris, No. 32 South Second avenue. 4i m m (as IV ' REPUBLICAN AMERICAN BEAUTIES LA FRANCE and Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. Ii. P. Manktr, Proo. j (jOOd rigs a all hours. Brarnm? norsea ft lf ! specialty. Saddle ponies for rent by tne day fi'i ' or tiinth. V i W. Madison St., between First and Secnd Ave ii's I Tele),. one ISO. tSTBLlSHED ISS9. To Itte LADIES or PHOrNIX aad Arizona In general: No doubt you are aware that I havs fitted up a first-class - LADIES' DEPARTMENT to make UP-TO-DATE GARMENTS for you as well as for Gentlemen. We guarantee you as fine fitting garments as you can get in America. Call and see us and get prices. The only LADIES' TAILOR in Arizona V FREE EXAMINATION OF THE EYE OTHER VARIETIES V? I ixqr HE AT J ! I'l-, OFFICE , Toronto, Nov. lft. It was thought that the question of issuing a chal lenge for the Canada's cup would have j come up at the general meeting of the Royal Canadian yacht club Saturday evening, but the matter was not re ferred to. If it were the intention of the club to issue a challenge action would have been taken on Saturday night7as the ten months' limit has neariy expired. Local yachtsmen con cede this. They say nothing will bo done to get the cup back this year. MM - AX, n El, t j ' a lead 1 1 Dr. Hibbardisir- a leaciinK st .reals Ner- vnnv 111 nml even if the Chicago people extend the I Skin, Throat. Lunp. Heart, Stomach and Liver . . .. . - , . i;i- diyenses. His vreeniinent success is due to time limit for a challenge, as tr.ej like- I ex ,llmal abmtyi 1)OK experience and ly would do if asked. absolute reliability He quickly and per- The lukewarmness here about the I manently -urm Kidney. Urinary and cup is duo to the fart that there are no i (.ntes lhe T,ois(Mlons effects ofSpf-c ai n l yachtsman willing to devote tne ikhu priv'td ctiiinims. ins trcAtuiciit tor up i.t-u Seminal Weakness hi ia new and eiinnriit' y mici e.-tiul. Cancers, LIVE STOCK EXPOSITION". ' minors, ulcer nml exfernl pro tlis positivt- ! ly removed without th knif or i sfVer in friurt'S i Tsti n i 'n in In m t I )tThi 1 10. The Union sto; k -t Df-layisdanserous. Jmsim is insidious. ARE YOU GOING to have an elec trical display for the CARNIVAL?- Better decide to do so immediately in order to avoid the rush and conse- SSgiquent high prices. To See Well j with glasses and to have them look well on you requires expert fitting. This is what I do. I please the most crit ical and charge no more than is asked for inferior work. Call and see me if your eyes give you trouble. Many cases of headache are caused by the eyes. DR. B. C ARNOLD, Scientific Optician ard Fye Specialist. il South First Avenue NICHOLSON, Tb8 Leadiog Tailor, 43 West WashusUi Stwt, PLeciix. Ariioia. p&eix imm fASTQ&j (VP ! We are headquarters for all ' electrical. ' things Chicago. Nov, yards and allied interests have on foot ; do not wait until too la-e. 1 possible always a plan to hold in ChicJgo about next hjm and ju(i( youfM HS ,.hjs illtef,ri,v ,, November an international live stock rbili-v. on?ul!a ion FREE. Me.lieine far-1 c-xnosition. to which industry it will , nihe.i at .my own J'rivale '"-' y. Hours: . . , , ,. , . 1 -l-t-'-S. DR. HIBGARD. Hibbarii I be what the world s fair was to al. in- uuil.tinir. 2:-S Soma Second Avenue. Hioemx, ' dustries. ' j Ar zoaa. I tLUCOTf ELECIR1C CO. , W. JO 5. ELLICOTT, Prop. Phone 36. 11 1 W. Adam with SCOVILiIjE DOES TOUR TRUNK NEED FIX ING? If it does, the Phoenix Trunk Factory can tfix it. or make you a new one. It's jus as you say. S,J. POSTER, Prop. c1trusfruit trees The largest Rtock In the state of Cal iofrnia. The lowest prices. All Trop ical PlamtB. Deciduous Fruit Trees, Berry Plants. CatBlogue free. S. L. WATKIMS, Lotus, California STOVES, HEATERS, COOK RANGES. Carload Rates. Bought Before the Rise. Right Prices. Abel!, Wilbur, Mullen Co. vJMKSA... ...TBMPE THE OSCORXE SCHOOL. Phoenix. Ariz.. Nov. 17. (Special Correspondence of The Republican.) The Star Literary society of the gram mar department in the Osbnrn school met as usual, Friday p, m.. at 2 o'clock. The society meets the first and thirl Fridays of each month while school is in session. Visitors are always wel come. The following new officers were sworn in by th" pr-silent: Willi-' Hales, president: Joseph G.arc. vi'-e president: Nettie Sidell. secretary: Frances Ptmberlon. treasurer: John; Hedgpeth. editor; Jessie ("reight-tii. editress. James Oeare. critic Th; retiring pre: ma.de a farewell the new officers assumed their duties o A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY COMMENCING THIS WEEK We guarantee to save you from 25 to 50 per cent on your Fall and Winter Clothing. We are pre pared to clothe you with the lowest price, rightly made, absolutely all-wool elothing in America, o rightly made, AS IT IS OF THE FAMOUS Fine Stylishly Made For Fall and Winter Season, In Men's and Boys' CLOTHING STROUSE & BROS., KUH, NATHAN & FISHER BRANDS The only Ready-to-Wear Clothing Tailored on a Strictly Scientific Basis, The most extraordinary feature of our Great Offering is that wz can and do sell clothing at less money than elsewhere. ' Come and See Suit Offering; No. 8. An Excellent All' Wool Cassimere, Cheviot or Worsted Suit, quality and fit equal to any $16.00 Suit elsewhere, for WE ARE SHOWING A SWELL LINE OF 19 j rj Coif 5aps ' i i Come and See Men's Suit Offering, No. 2. Seven New Patterns in Checks and Stripes, made from fine Cassimeres and Cheviots, H equal to any $12.50 or $13.50 suit you ever saw, V COME AND SEE MEN'S SUIT OFFERING, No. 3. Menrs Suits of All-Wool Auburn Melton, made in double and single-breasted styles; ought to be marked $16.50, for : $12.50 MEN'S SUIT OFFERING, No. 4. Come and see Men's Fine Worsted Suits, best fabrics, elegant winter weights of blue and black serges, single.breasted sacks, double-breasted sacks, and cutaway style; suits that are cheap for $1 7.50, we sell this week for ; -Tin i-r&r IP YOU WANT THE QDrreet JbliI DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR LINE Yonng Men's, Yont'n's and Children's Clothing. 3Iore style, more quality and more value in these offerings than in any cloth ing now being sold in Phoenix. A grand assortment of Boys' Double Breasted, two and three piece suits. DOUBLE-BREASTED KNEE PANTS SUITS, Well-made and will give good service, real value $17.3, for... SI. 25 Regular if 2.00 values on sale at S1.50 GREENE, THE HATTER i WWW lOO BOYS' SHORT PANTS SUITS, D:uble Breasted Coats, made of very finest Dickey Cassimeres, in the new nobby checks; a suit other stores would advertise great values at $3; her:- to b? had this week for only $3.50 lOO SHORT PANTS SUITS. Double Breasted Coats made cf strictly all wool cassimeres, in the new checks and strines. Al! sizes 8 to 16. Positively $4 values for $2.75 Goldberg Bros' Shoe YOUTH'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS. A swell line, in sizes 14 ti 19. in all the newest stripes and checks, in Serges, Worsteds and Cheviots. These garments are tailored with the same carj as is given to Men'"? Finest Suits. AVe guarantee the fit and the wearing qualities. The prices are fully one-third lower than equal qualities can be bought for elsewhere. and Clothina Store. Remember Our Free Employment Office. s $12.50 . 1 1 1 8 VM M JL 1 1 1 'cvvci. .;.? tif. -tin. teen UlXA E? mm es Tic f rt. A