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THE ABIZONA TtEPUBIiTCAN: THUIfSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1899. DID YOU PHOTOGRAPH THE PARADE YfSTERDAY? HOPE YOU DIDN'T MISS IT! We have the largest stock of cameras and supplies between Denver and the Coast. For our leader we sell the famous PRK1IO CAMEltAS, made by the Rochester Optical Co., whose goods we have handled here for eleven years continuously. The wood used in these cameras is thoroughly seasoned and will not warp or crack. A PREMO is guaranteed for all time. If defect ive it would be replaced or made good ten years after sale. There are no bad PREMOS, though. A full line in stock, from $5 to $130. Get our free art catalog. Some special bargains this week. SOME FRESH FILM JUST RECEIVED Yesterday. All sizes. Get our film and room. Developing and Printing promptly PINNEY & Bicycles, Typewriters, established 1633. 40 THE FALL OF GIANTS. The Indians Won Easily From the Tueson Foot Ball Eleven. Indians 12, Tucson 0. Wow! wow! wow! The old pueblo foot ball eleven was rolled in the adobe yesterday, picked up and carried by the athletes from the Indian school, and dropped where the ground was hardest. The visitors were clearly outplayed, and were unfortunate in the loss of two of their best men early in the game. It was a skillful contest, and was full of interest from start to finish. The Tucson boys played a strong game, but the skill of the Indians, combined with the success of their double wedge plays, made it impossible for them to win. The Indians made the first touchdown in four minutes. The In dians played a lively game and Buck's long runs were the principal feature of the game. The average weight of the Tucson team is 170 pounds, ten pounds heavier than the Indians. They are powerful men, all of them, and with ENJOYABLE BREAD IS MADE PROM VELVET FLOUR! ENJOYABLE PEOPLE are the ones who buy for cash, and are never wor ried with collectors. These are our CARNIVAL PRICES and they are stem-winders, and prices that takes the business: AC 1 package Durham Tobacco. I IC Per pound Eastern Bacon. 25C 1 pound special Mocha and Java. 30c X pounds pure Leaf Lard, 50C 5 pounds pure Leaf Lard. 95c 10 pounds pure Leaf Lard. IOC 1 pound Fair Coffee. 95c 50 pounds Flour. t I5C 1 1-pound can Best Corned Beef. I Ic 1-pound package best canned Mince Meat. 5 L3C 1 pound fine Prunes. This year's goods. 43C 1 pound Star Chewing Tobacco. 40C 1 pound Battle Ax Tobacco. 25C 3 large packages Durham Tobacco, with Paper. 25c 1 dozen nice Sweet Navel Oranges. 25C 7 bars Laundry Soap. Carnival programmes free. We are giving lots of presents away every week. Keep these to make Xmas presents and buy your goods of the house that's always busy. Bole agents Ankola Coffee, Velvet Flour. HcKEE'S CASH STORE The Originators of Low Prices in Gro ceries. Pemberton block, opposite court house, lelephona 263. dark ROBINSON, Photo Stock nd Sporting Goods, North Center Street. Phoenix. practice will no doubt win laurels on the gridiron. Manager Frank Reno was well pleased with the outcome, and con gratulated himself that the score was not more disastrous to his team. It was the first time that the Tucson boys have come in contact with scien tific players. The Tucson team will meet the Indians on the Tucson grounds Christmas day and the de feated team will no doubt be much im proved by that time. There was the largest crowd at th park that has congregated during the carnival week. The grand stand was jammed to the stairs, and hundreds pressed against the fence3. In the trees there were the customary flocks of "blackbirds" looking down upon the gridiron. The attendance was prob ably close to 4,000. The game was called at 2 o'c'ock and at the conclusion the Elks appeared and claimed the park for their bas ball contest. The crowd remained to witness this amusing spectacle, for the game was a burlesque, and the players were attired in the most gorgeous uni forms presenting the carnival colors. The players wore white plug hats. o A SWATH OF QUAIL. Captain Wright's Extraordinary Per formance With a Pistol. Captain H. H.. Wright of the Ninth cavalry, stationed at Fort Huachuci, who is in Phoenix for the carnival is one of the most accomplished rifle and pistol shots In the army. The stories of his prowess as a marksman lose nothing in his own telling. Last night Captain Wright, seated in the parlors of the Adams, was relating to a party of ladies the accident1;, fortu nate and otherwise of in.vksmanshi;. "A few weeks ago," said Captain Wright, "driving with my wife and sons outside of Fort Huachuca. I thought I saw a quail put its head up in the brush along tne roadside. I had nothing with me but my army re volver. The distance was about thirty yards. I took a crack at th; bird and downed it neatly, severing its head close to its body. But judse .f my amazement when I went to retriev-? my game when I found five dead quail in stead of one. It was a line shot which after kUling the first quail passed through the bodies of five others. "This," eaid the captain, after the expressions of delight with which his first story was greeted, had died ava-, "this was almost as remarkable a shot as I once made on the Platte river in Nebraska, which was perhaps more surprising. A teeter snipe was wab bling up and down on a sand bar a3 1 passed in a buckboard with a shot gun. I blazed away, missed the snipe but started up a flock of ducks. Upon investigation I found that T had killed twelve. The shot had richochetted on the Band bar and struck the ducks at an angle of forty-five degrees, placing all but four 'hors du combat.' Several years previously while in the Indian Tt rritory," continued the captain but here the auditors all rose and went to the Elks' minstrel performance. TO W0KK F0 Statehood Meeting to Be Held Here Tomorrow. A statehood meeting will be held at the Patton Grand opera house tomor row afternoon at 2 o'clock. This meet ing has been under consideration ever since the carnival was assured. This time was chosen for the reason that it seemed likely that a larger representa- J tion of all parts of the territory could j be secured than at any other time. It was not definitely dec'.ded, though, that THE FORD HOTEL if D in A Select Resirt II El.35 for Gentlemen. if OUR RPEC1ALTY I ! 52yearoId Diamond Crown Vhiikp. : PRIVATE ROOMS S. P. CLARK, Poprielor. TURNER'S ES . Ready January 1st. 30 cents each for three year old roots. Leave orders at resi dence, 344 W.Jefferson St., be tween 3d and 4th avenues. DAVE TURNER. BOX 141. be sure of fresh goods. Free done at reasonable prices. RO the meeting would be held until yes terday, when a call for it was issued signed by Charles R. Drake, chairman of the republican territorial commit tee; T. E. Farish, chairman of the democratic territorial committee, and W. H. Burbage, democratic national committeeman. A telegram was sent to United States Marshal W. M. Grif fith, republican national committee man, requesting his signature. The meeting will be presided over by Gov ernor N. O. Murphy. , The object of the meeting as ex plained in the call, is to secure state hood for Arizona. New Mexico and Oklahoma have held such meetings and appointed committees to visit Wash ington in the interest of admission. The way to obtain statehood will be dis cussed at the meeting tomorrow and a committee of citizens will be appoint ed to go to Washington. Speakers from all parts of the territory will be pres ent and the presence of as many as can possibly attend the meeting is re quested. "ANKOIA" COrf EE P.'ESH ROASTED. o ' HARRY CORSON CLARKE. The well known comedian, Harry Cor son Clarke, will soon be seen here in the most laughable of modern farces, entitled "What Happened to Jones." He has been booked to. appear at the Patton Grand Wednesday evening. De cember 13. Quaint, dignified and le gitimate in his stage methods, he has made a decidedly favorable impression in the role of the imperturbable, breezy drummer who in a moment of neces sity, to save himself from arrest, dons a bishop's clothes and so gets himself into the most ludicrous situations. While extremely funny, "What Hap pened to Jones" is a comedy of a re fined order, and although the merri ment and laughter are continuous, there is nothing said or done that could offend the most fastidious. Mr. Clarke has secured an excellent company and has enlisted the efforts of some beau tiful young women, one of whom is Miss Lillian Young, daughter of Major General Young, who won fame and promotion at Santiago. o LOCAL B3EVITIES. A BIG SHIPMENT. S. J. Tribolet's Cold Air Storage Mar ket has received a big shipment from Omaha of several thousand pounds prime ribs, loins, sugar cured hams, bacon and other choice meats for the carnival. This, in addition to his own large daily production, enables him to supply his custom with promptness. Masks and roosters for carnival night, wholesale and retail, 13 and 15 South Second street. Hartwell & Hamaker have now on sale, at their studio, photographs of Monday's and Tuesday's parade. VISITORS FROM GLOBE. Arrangements have been made to ex tend your tickets until December 11. All who desire may remain in Phoenix until Sunday night, before returning. M. O. BICKNELL, G. P. A. N. Porter for Saddles and Saddlery Hardware. 142 East Washington Street. Dr. R. E. Holbrook. dentist, over the postoffice. Tickets for the great Pickaninny cake walk Thursday night, December 7, art now on sale at Goodman's drug store and Wakelin's drug store. Roses La France, American Beauties and many other varieties may be ob tained by leaving orders at the office of The Republican. Commercial lunch, 20c, including glass beer; open from. 10 a. m. till 8 p. m. California Wine House, 132 East Washington. Mrs. L N. Bell and Mrs. Sisty, ex perienced dressmakers, are located in the Winters building on West Adams street, adjoining the Capitol Harness shop. Have you tried Milton-Berryman Co.'s Columbia Mocha and Java coffee? If not, ask your grocer for it. o VELVET FLOUR l MNG. o FOUND WITH SKULL FRACTURED. Baltimore Physician in New York Hos pital Seriously Injured. New York, Dec. G. Late last night a man was found lying on the sidewalk in front of 132 West Seventy-second street. He was unconscious, and his skull was fractured. The man was taken to Roosevelt hospital, where his case was entered as "unknown man, alcoholism." Today the hospital authorities learned that their patient is Dr. Wil liam B. Canfield, a physician of lfJIO North Charles street, Baltimore. Dr. Canfield is about fifty years of agi, and is said to be one of Baltimore's leading physicians. He was looking for the home of Jos eph B. Edwards, a broker at 71 Broad way, who formerly lived at 132 West Seventy-second street. He rang the bell at a house near by, and was told that Mr. Edwards had moved some where on Ninetieth street. Dr. Canfield was seen to return to 132 West Sevnty-second street, and start up the steps a second time. He got only to the second step when he reeled and fell heavily to the walk, much like a man stricken with heart trouble or apoplexy. A private watchman of the neighbor hood found him. A physician was called to attend the injured man, and upon the physician's advice, the man was taken to Roosevelt hospital. t br. Canfield is still in the hospital. AH information about him was re fused tonight at that place, except that his condition is very serious. Street Masquerade -AND- Grand Masked Ball DECEMBER 8th, SECURE YOUR COSTUMES EARLY. We have the only complete stock of Masquerade Costumes in the City. Partial List of Suits Still on Hand: GEORGE WASHINGTON. DON CAESAR. SPANISH COURT. SPANISH COURT. (Brown.) SPANISH COURT. (Brown.) DEVIL. SAILOR. (White.) SAILOR. (Blue.) ORLANDO. (As you like it.) CHINAMAN. FUNNY BOY. MEXICAN DON. SPANISH DON. TOREADOR. JAPANESE. (Court.) :: CLOWN. SPANISH COURT. (Drab.) GEORGE WASHINGTON. (Black.) GEORGE WASHINGTON. (White.) COON. (Cake Walk.) JESTER. INDIAN. ' FORRESTER. SPANISH COURT. (Knee Breeches.) CONVICT. SPANISH DANCER. GREEN SILK DOMINO. RED SILK DOMINO. DOMINOS. (Black.) DOMINOS. DOMINOS. (Pink.) . COLUMBIA. SPANISH DANCER. BABY. SCOTCH. SISTER CHARITY. NIGHT. QUEEN OF THE NIGHT. GRECIAN. (White.) GRECIAN. (Blue.) PEASANT. COURT. LADY TEAZLE. FRENCH WAITING MAID. FANCY. CARMEN. (Red.) CARMEN. . , " . (Fancy.) PINK SILK DOMINO. COURT. JOCKEY. DIRECTOIRE. (Green Satin.) DIRECTOIRE. (Black Satin.) SPANISH CAVALIER. QUEEN OF HEARTS. SIR JOSEPH. THE "HOB" P. A. THARALDSON Thanksgiving is Past, CHRISTMAS is Next. Our store just bristling with Holi day Gifts. We have all kinds of Fancy China in abundance, also a large line of Souvenir Ware. A specialty in Arizona vievs. The neatest ever before offered in Aus trian and German ware. Also dolls from the smallest to the largest of all kinds and all prices. Doll car riages, go-carts, wagons; in fact, anything you may want for a pres ent for any one. Step in and be convinced. REMEMBER THE PLACE. 35 Arch Light Row, WEST WASHINGTON STREET, R.C.Luseley&Co. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. A temperance crank must be a corn dodger. The whir-r-r of the alarm clock is an eye-opener. Poverty may be a blessing, but only when it clings to our enemies. It is said that many a mode! woman earns a living by trying on cloaks. A physician says the outbreaks of humanity are always more or less rash. All women are born equal but some of them spoil it by marrying worthless , men. ! Boston is contemplating an elevated railway on which to run its trains of : thought. - j If you would live to a ripe old age don't try to live more than one day at a time. Always tell the truth and you'll probably pese as the defendant in a suit for damages. .Women are queer creatures. One may laugh at you if you are rich and smile on you if you are poor. An enterprising dime-museum man ager advertises for a hen-pecked hus band to complete his poultry exhibit. A spinster of uncertain years who re cently married a man named Hope, speaks of him as the Hope long de ferred. When the first baby appears on the scene the happy parents forget that there are about ten million in the world about the same age and just as cute. Si.';', . H,' x v" FOt? SRliE. Section 18,2 north, 3 oust, four miv north of Five 1'oinUs and one-half mile west of Center trect. Owjnj; to the near time of dissolnt'on cf KrtnrrsLiii in the love Faction il is offered for sale at the low price oi $32 pen AePc, In part op cuhole to suit pupehasei. The sectioQ is mostly in alfalfa, well fenrci : iM acres with h wir nett iotr, e xoolUnt wpII waer. bearing crrbani, frond hoe, etc., with full water rights. Terms, udc fourth dow n, bal ance lone or sl-ort. time: intcrt'tf per rent. For further particulars imiaiie on ilace orad- H. t. CHAPIN, P. O. Box 1022. Phoenix. Ariz. "Where Did You f f-"Tt Delicious Coffee? tt aked a prominent Phoenix society la dy at au "after noon.' "why" tffi 1,ost- 'SOVEREIGN' and I Ret it from J. w. dorriS. it is the tinent puffee I have ever mod. E. J. ; ill ies A- Co., Im porters and roasters, New York. One Dollar "Saved by waiting until you reach Mari copa and take a nice, warm, com fortable room at the Xew Ed wards Hotel. Train arrives S:4S; leaves for Tucson and Ifl Paso at 4 a. m. Give us your patronage. Sleeping Car Companies don't need it. J.V.Edwards, Proprietor. The Elks' Minstr-'ls again tonight, you miss it you will miss it. If jillf TURKEY pans JUST ARRIVED. ALL SIZES. D. BL BURTI8. 31 EAST WASHINGTON STREET. SEE THE NEW i t Pattern for 1900. PORTRAITS. CRAYON, WATER COLOR AND PASTEL. Only HIGH CLASS Work Done. Work will be on exhibition during C arnival week in the windows of the PHOENIX STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. Order now at the above store for Christmas. l Satisfaction guaranteed. H. B. HUNT. TO THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL and connoisseurs of good things in particular. We all need to build up our systems during the winter months, and th!s can only be done by the use of the well known and highly cele brated brand of this well ma tured Imported Ale and Porter MALT and Liquid Bread, J- & jf The trade as well as families suppled by LOUIS MELCZER, WHOLESALE WINE, LIQUOR AND CIGAR MERCHANT. 36-38 N. FIRST AVENUE. DURING THE We will be attending to business just as though nothing had happened Our business is drugs. We understand it, and carry every thing that belongs in a first-class and reliable Pharmacy; note that we are centrally located. Your wants will be attended to with accuracy and promptness, itors will be made to feel at home. UK. to. II. iLLr EAST WASHINGTON STREET. Adioinina the National Bank of Arizona taste That is whit you display in S V your neckwear, collais, cum, ? handkerchiefs, gloves, head- 4 wear, etc If you buy from w us we can assist you materi- H Li 1 Any iu making iClCLlluus wmch will be becomtn g to you. The McDOUGALL-GAGE CO., Exclusive Furnishers Next Door to Santa Fe Hy. Office i!n o o 0m Of 7 A I CHICAGO CLOAK AND CLOTHING HOUSE 203 E. Washington St. GAS HEATERS ? PHOENIX LIGHT AND FILL 0. : 'PHONE CARNIVAL Vis- LS. ihe reliable druggisi NOTICE TO RANCHERS AND FARMERS. . - .. f Hides advanced. Will pay you well to take care of them. We prefer them preen, as thy bring more money to the seller. , Wool and pelts have also advanced. We pay the following prices, cash on delivery: Hides, green f .05 per lb and up. Hides, dry 12 per lb and up. Wool pelts 07 per Tb and up. Wool, merino 10 per lb and up. Warehouse, corner Fifth and Jack son streets, west Maricopa depot. M. ROSENBERG & CO. DR. T. F. CHILDS, OYNECOLOGIST and OBSTETSI CIAN. If you are sick. Dr. Childs can tell you more truth about your sick- ess in five minutes than all the ex pert doctors can in five days. No. 16 South Second Avenue. IN $J0 Crepon Skirts. for $5.75 Black Mohair Skirts... 0 This sale will continue all week for the benefit of the visitors in town.