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THE ARIZONA KEPUBLICAN: "W EDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1900.
and Those are tlie prices of our latest arrivals in Todd, Bancroft & Co.'s shoes. You will get weary of searching before you find a line that is the equal of this at the above prices. They are neat, nob by and as stylish as shoes can be made. The $3.30 welts are as strong and still as flexible as most $3.00 welts, and wearing1 a jialr will con vince you of their staying qualities. We also have a $3.50 boot with 9-inch top that can be used for short skirt street shoe, 'bicycle or golf, and will give you wear, too. For the Children don't forget our Dugan & Hudson's line of the swellest little black, brown and red shoes ever shown, and kep ia our line of Geo. G. Snow's men's shoes. They're all right. ' hi School Shoes is where we shine, and with every pair we give a fine school tablet, in the cover or which are views of the I'aris Exposition buildings. The Reliable Mice Store. Fleming Block, rilOESIX. - - ARIZONA. Bo You Reac During the Have you a Kood light to read by? Do you want a good light? Have ycu found that coal oil Is high in-this coun try? Do you want to save money? Have you ever sivn the lieTgium burner? Do you want t see it? IT you read during the evening ;id want the brightest and )e?t light to read by. if you want to save money to the amount of several dollars during the next few months, you will find it to your inter est to call and see our line of lamps. The Helgium burner uses -10 per cent less coal oil and gives about 20 per cent better light than a Koehester burner. Three gallons of coal oil goes as far in one of our llelgium lamps as five gal lons does in a Rochester, and at the same time gives one-fifth more light. All this means the saving of the price of a lamp in one year, besidts better light. We have a largo line of these lamps at prices ranging from $4, com plete with shade, to $S..".o. They are all beauties and we will be fiiad to show them to you whether you purchase one or not. Remember that we carry a large line of Hardu.ne Stoves and House Furnishings at bargain prices. Don't forg t the place. rUVIDSOfo'S CASH BARGAIN ST0RL riT Doora Iut of PoitoSca, Telephone No. 238 Three rings. Beat rice to TiaJo in Ariioum. 1 WILSQJ1 and; WOOLDHIDGE! Evening? op rpa TOWfi PHOENIX WEATHER. The following weather conditions pre vailing in Phoenix yesterday were re ported by the United State weather bureau: 5:30 a. m. 5:30 p. m. Rarom. pressure 29.ST 2D.92 Tom. dry bulb ..- fit 74 Tern, wet bulb 50 35 Tern, maximum 73 76 Tern, minimum fil 60 Kel. humidity 44 2ii Wind, direction X W Wind, velocity 3 5 Precipitation T 0 State of weather.. .Cloudy. CItar. NORMAL SCHOOL ADDRESS. General A. J. Sampson, minister to Ecuador, will address the students of the normal school tomorrow morning. RAILROAD CONSTRT'CTION. Eighty or more men were sent out of Tucson yostt-rday to work on the His bee and Naeosari road. Already 200 men have been taken out i f Tucson it the rate of about fifty a week. The order to rush the construction is responsible for the big shipments of men. FOCR FIGHTERS. Two braces of fighters were in Justice Johnstone's court yesterday. Ventura Paco wa ; sentenced to five 'days In the county jail and his antagonist. Conrad i Sa vaadra, was fined $10. Julio Marion i.f the second couple was discharged, and hsi partner. Vict nte Cordova, was con victed and will be fined today. A WEST END TH-AGEDY. A story of p.. mysterious shoo.Jnq: War the V-st I'c.d house put the. peace ofii?ers on th alert yesterday A womnn said she saw the shooting and saw the victim carried into a house near lv. Slv: told a neighbor about it and h? told the officers". They were unable to locate the woman or find anybody in Ui6 neighborhood who had eard of anj recent violence or bloodshed. A Bt'EGLARY. TN- grroery store of J. M. VanHorn on Sherman street, between Second and Third avenues, was burglarized on M.masy night. The burglar got in by cutting a hole in one of two double doors in '.lie front of the building so that he coiled move the bolt which secured them. Mr. Vaa Horn was sleeping in a loom back of the store and heard nothing but the neigh bors did. A ca-h drawer was broken open an 1 about ") was stolen. THE SAME OLD PUIC::. It is mentioned elsew'jere that the price of Irrigation wain- will n it be changed. It was reported fume time ago that the price of winter wat r had been raised. As a matter of fact such a raise had been order.-j from New York, but the meal ofiicials represented to them, as The Republiliin r;iggft d at the time, that such a move at this time was un just ami unwis.-. Word h is lately been received rescinding the former In struction?. r.rLLE''"S FLYING IN TUCSON. Jose Gr'gaha and Yincime Lena in dulged in a shuo.ing scrap;- In Tucson Saturday ni'-;lu with the result that both are now in jail. There h is been bad biood between them for smu time and Saturday night they started to have it out. Th'-y had hardly com pleted one round whin they who hauh d away by a constable and lo Iged in Jail. Roth were given an examina tion ' yesterday and held to the gravid jury. NEW COUPOKATION.S. ArlicUs of incorporation of the N L N T Oil com pany, with a capital stock of $300,000 were filed in the office -f the ouniy re corder yesterday. Article were also filed of the Great American Oil and Development company, whose capital stock is J-suO.ooo. The Simmons Jones company, with a capital stock of $200. 00". filed articles, and also the Arizona Orange association. The incorp orators of the last named company are M. W. Messinger. E. W. Young. W. J. Murphy, W. A. Wilson and E. A. Spaulding. AGItlCT'LTfKAL ASSOCIATION'S ANNUAL MEETING. The executive committee of the .Arizona Agricultur al association held another meeting yesterday for making arrangements fo. the annual meeting which occurs Oc tober 10 and 10. The pro-cranm.- is po,v in an advanced slate of preparation and the meeting promists to be the most Interesting one in the histoiy of the association. Among the speakers invited to give addr, s -es and papers are President Parker of the University, Director Forbes and Professors True and McClatehie of til- experiment sta tion: Hon. Morgan S. Wise of Calabas us; Andrew Kimball of Thatcher, Mul- Fresh Drugs, New Rubber Goods and Everything Up-To-Date Go To TfiOSAS' DRUG STOSE. S40 C. X!FS:iH!aTC-N ST. 1 jM&as&x.. iron pynE iff --.4 ford WInsor of Yuma, B. A. Fowler of Giendale. James Day. Buckeye. J. W. Wooif, Tempe; E. A. Spaulding. C. T. Hirst, ami John Norton. Phoenix. Sev eral ladies have also been invited to give papers, rnd good music is being provided for. VVATKI! SEASON OPEN The sea son for buying water in the Grand. Maricopa, and Salt Itiver Valley canals is now at hand, and the books are open for the year beginning September 13. The price of water is the same as here tofore, viz: $1.30 per inch for winter water and 75 cents for the summer sea son. The gates of purchasers of water for last summer will not be closed down till October 1. The books of the Arizona canal are also open, but as the season docs not end till September 30 there are few purchasers up to date. The rental will be $1.30 per acre for the year. HIGH WATER. It was reported here yesterday that the Gila river is running bank full, a further raise of live feel occurring Mondav night. FUNERAL OF L. 11. Oi'.JIK. The funeral of Mr. L. If. C.rme will be held at Trinity Episcopal church this morn ing at 10. -so o'clock. Rev. E. A. Peiih-k officiating in the religious services. Mr. Orme was a member of Phoenix lodge No. 2. I. O. O. V.. and Phoenix lodge No. ::::3. R. P. O. E.. and both lodges will (urn out In a body to escort the remains to the cemetery, where their ritualistic funeral services will b- per formed. In view of the official ser vices rendered in behal, of this county by Mr. Orme during YiU long resilience, the court house offciiis yesterday placed the flag at half mast above the building in respect to his memory ami as a token of the high esteem in which he was held. THE EFFECT uF FIREWORKS. An enthusiastic admirer of Pain's tiie works visited' this ofRc? last night to tell about the (laming, slzzing and sparkling- glory of that exhibition, which deserved ncouragement, he thought. It was not only a terror to evil doers bin was, amusing to the young and edifying to the old. There was not an incident in the whole pro gramme which could bring a blush to the cheek of the young pirson: not a thing which could not be related in full in the bosom of the family at the breakfast table or In th? presence of company. The show, he said, was en tertainment for man and beast and the fishes of the sea, if they could sec it. : "You can't say too much for Pain's fire works." saiii the gentlcr.an. "Ii has made Maricopa county solid for the re publican party and I believe Yavapai and the whole territory will be ' all right. The convention at the pari-: last night was the most successful event of the kind ever pulled off in this terri tory. Don't forget Mr. Pain." ami the visitor went out amid a myriad of shooting stars and thousands of blaz ing wheels in his head. SOME PEOPLE WHO READ Complaint has been made at this oMlce by a number of subscribers living on a certain strict, that they hive neighbors who fully appreciate The Republican as a newspaper but are too stingy to subscribe for it, though they can "well afford to do so. They are early risers, of course, because they are thrifty peo ple, so they gather around the doors of their neighbors who take the pap; r. pick up the first tr.ey i omc to, and devote an hour or so Meanwhile the go .d t li-cve in the motto, "Ii who subscribe for iht to reading it. liz us who be 'e and let live," paper and pay tor u. and woo v the breakfast hou nit to re.;d it during are como-iled to get along without it or 1 pleasant alternative put lo the un appcaring dis- courteous to those with whom present relations are amicable. These thrifty" people are not to be blamed for wanting to read The Republican, neither are they to be classed as newspaper thieves, for they make no attempt to carry the papers away. Hut thty arc wanting in good- manners and in a proper respect of the rights of those who are willing to pay for what tin y get. One who can afford to take a pa per and does not do so should f nvgo the pleasure of reading it. One y. ho cannot afford it will find no trouble in borrowing a copy after the subs liber is through with it. o W. E. Strobridge, the tal-nted y.ung pianist, has accepted a position in A. Redewlll & Son's musir store. PEEiSONAL F. K. Tlaynor of Pr?sco;t is at th? Commf-rcial. I.ee Reinhardt of M. Louir Is at tha CeiuiMei cial. J. XI. Iffy ,if Prescott is registered at the Hotel .Adams. Xlis Ariaic Da is ( f Piesc itt is A L'li- st of the Hotel Adams. Xfr. and Xlrs. Fian'v f .Idinir of ' Car son. Xev.. are jan-Ft.-; of the Comimr cial hotel. K. Rosenthal am". K. X. Davis of Chi cago recisterc'i a; the Hotel Adams yesterda y. Itii hard ''ieat;er has gone to P.land. X. XI.. to slay a year with his uncle. John (Veagt r. Pherir'f W. C. Truman of Florence was here esti rday, a guest of the Com mercial hotel. Xliss Ailelaine Seed rs of Denver ar livcd in the city X!onda morning to spend the winter. Xlrs. X. 1. Moore, wife of the head carp. -liter at the Oc tave mining camp, is visiting friends in this city. Dr. William DufTield left yesterday morning for I'resiott to attend the funeral of II. 71. Campbell which took p'ace there .- . :! o'clock yest. rday af ternoon. Dr. Ii. Campbe!! of Chicago, who lias If. you want something nic IN STATJ0NFRY you should seethe fine line of embossed box paper just received by tho v 1 w I Tlie Phoenix Stationer? & News Co y 10 aid 12 V. Washlnntnn St. Tnhon. APPLES A carload of the choicest Watsonville stock just received. RELLEFLOWERS. FALL PIPPINS. RED WINTER PEARMAINS. Special prices in quantities to the trade. NOW ARRIVING STRAWBERRIES. MUSCAT. BLACK and SEEDLESS GRAPES. MAMMOTH RED TOMATOES. BLACKBERRIES. FANCY PLirMS. FREESTONE PEACHES. RIPE PEARS. BANANAS. BLEACHED CELERY. FANCY HEAD LETTUCE. VERDE HUBBARD SQUASH. PRESCOTT CABBAGE. WAN, LIMA and STRING BEANS. ASPARAGUS. BELL PEPPERS. EASTERN CONCORD GRAPES. OOCOANUTS. FRESH DILL PICKLES in bulk. FRESH ARIZONA DATES. RHUBARB. FRESH MESQI'ITE COMB HONEY Some prime old Limburger and Im ported Swiss Cheese just received. AUSTRALIAN RYE GRASS SEED. New lot just in. Now is the time to plant. California Golden Dates. 13c per pound. Fancy Black California Dried Figs, 13e pc-r pound. Redondo Carnations Unsurpassed for le:iuty and fragrance. 40c per dozen. Regular shipments new ar riving. spenr several ivteks in Phoenix. !ft on lioni-iy night for L s Angeles. He nill n-inrn in a'nout t'nn-c wi'tlts. Dr. Campbfll Is a member of th'. faculty i of the Chloagri polyclinic. Annus t'.io?o reRlstt-r'r.s at the Hotel Adams yei.erday ws.t V. II. i:..' bury. P. XI. Kelly. P. P.aird and U. Davenport o? San Francisco; Silvsi Heiman.i cf Clncinnaii. and K. II. Meek a i l D. HillaL : of Jerome. Xlrs. T. K. Kivey returned Xbmday ni;;ht from a m. mill's visit in I."s An roIcs and Pan Dirsn. During her ab she visiteo with Xlts. Krnest. who tor:wevly lived in 1'hoenix. and the hit ter's many friends here will be pl-ase 1 to learn that she is enjoying' U -iter health th.in for years past. TOUR BEST FUiEND can Rive J i no better advice than this: "For im pure blood. humors, scrofula, salt rheum, dyspepsia, weak nerves, tired fovling, rheumatism, malaria, catarrh, take Mood's Ecrea parilla. and be cured." Constipation is cured by Hood's Pills. 23c. Watch for our closing out pale in men's wear at our new quarters. Our immens? stick of it must be sold at short notice to commence on October 1. OOIDXIAN & CO. A snap for stockmen. Address P. O. P.ox 10G4. ATTENTION, KLKS. The memhers of l'ho.-tiix lodg - No. "Sj It. P. o. K. are recpiesied to "oe ai the hall a; i a . m. today i. Wednesday) to attend the fureil of our late broth er. L. 11. Ornu. Visiting F.Iks are fra ternally l-nouested to atten 1. I'.y oidor of lilt- Exalted 'iu!- i. G EOKliK C.UOSVKNOR. !"'cre'.ary. PCSCfiAT Are built by the largest factory in the world. Th? guarantee is backed by mil lions of dollars. With Crescents at present prices, you can't afford to buy a wheel with no reputation, built by a small factory and nothing behind the guarantee. HERE ARE THE PRICES: l'.ton, model 3 lfifio, model 7,2 ladies') lS!i:t. model l." 11100, model 01 Chainless 1900 Cliainless $J3.00 2G.0H 00.00 05.00 .10.00 C0.03 E. L. AH DREWS S SON 23-30 N. First Avenue. VHAT SCtlOOL SH.0ES! WE CARRY THE STOCK TO PLEASE YOU. H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO., N0-3 :w- Wa sited More Houses to Rent. We are having more in quiries for desirable houses. Especially Furn ished houses than we can fill. Any accommo dations you have (o rent, list them with us. WE GUARANTEE RESULTS. A few homes at your own price. We have a few spCClSl tdT QiCS in city property fur sale. INSURANCE 1HVT S,SURES. We are sole agentu for ten of the Leading tn su ranee Co s cf the World. Weirick & Latham, 32 ITcrLh First Avenue. Telephone 2201. PALACE OF FASHION! We f4aVe i Just received a large line of I Fail Sukinprs, Overcoatings and i Trouserings; over 400 different stvlos tti snlopr from. Wp chili I continue our low prices. 23 por cent less than any other firsi- I class house in the territory. j A. MEN DELSON ! FINE TAILORING. ! Xliss Poweii, manicuring, hairdress- ins-, chiropcuy and facia! treatment. ' Scalp treating a specialty. ltxm 1, Uoodins Block, opposite .Adams ho.t-.l. I. O. (. F.. .AT'ITZXTIOX. Members of Phjenix lodge No. '2. O. . F.. and sojourning brothers are r,.,- ill.. t.M,.,., ..P ln.Xr.r tl'u f-.m..! ( of our '.ate brother. I.. HOrme. F. LOl SIN s., X. U. Dr. A. S. ll.iwley i.-' daily exn-cted i-i j rt-turn h.,aie from his visit in Chicago, j For trie las: niontlt iie has been attend- J ing the ''hicfc i eye. ear. nose ai'. i i tiiroat -.ll.-ir a.i h.'c- taken both the j operative and clinical courses and wul ilierefo!'-- le lietLer prepared tiian 1 ce-i' to sti ve the pubiic with the later j scientillc treatment. Open every day. from 6:30 a. m. till midnight. Clark's restaurant. Dr. I.ontz has returned to the city j and can lie found in Fleming block, I rooms 2'"'1 -2'.'ij. I Cf . . . 1-c-S FALL r. : c i P-fc-ait- NOW ON SALE eft f McDougal-Gage fW C; 1 iumniniT " Exclusive Furnishers. 6 S Noxt Door to EtnU Pe By. Offic v t I fiL -L" i For Money 'Making Pointers!: See my lift of Business Chances, Bargains in Real Estate, Houses and Stores for rent and pretty near everything else in the money making line. I can also insure you V in the best companies, or loan you money at the Lest y rates. COME AND SEE ME. J. ERNEST WALKER, flUiAKi fUBLlc. 'Phone HIBBASD e . I HAVE YOU TRIED 0 0 Q Q for renovating furniture, picture frames, Y?ood work or floors? It is the Iat3St thins? OUt wear3 Yike iron. TALBOT & -VfrJY I COFTEE AL'S SO WELL KNOWN? BECAUSE: !vt serve more ileals and seat more KesU. Art saorJ f-E ici Coffee, Meats, Balads and Pastry. Arc the oldent Restaurant people in the lty tair y.M In t ku insfs). ET Cold Storage xnt Steam. Are up to date fa -rrtii9 IDE CREAM WHOLHSALK AND SfTAb.. fi l 11 r"-SSS22SiISl& . FOR HANDSOME CHANDALIERS j for l.ntli Gas and ElecfrtC Lifihts 11: ore is -i,T v (it I place in tills town tliat can iill tlie )ill, and tbats SCOViHe'S. He's the man, and he litis the c-f( ?COVille can show you tlie iireftiett line n liht f.xtuit. that ever came to Phoenix. The trla.-swaie i- j orftct ai.d tlicrc is an endless variety of it. l'.ut vhen it i t n.cs to tl e metal work, that's where SCOVillC shints. Heo his di;- play at the store. THE SCOVILLE 111 WEST ADA3I3 STSET. 4. SEE THE NEW f PtjttCm fOf 1900. j J : I JUST RECEIVED. Two Carloads of Fine Carriages, Up-to-Date Buggies and OLD HICKORY WAGONS Pratt, Gilbert & Co. AGENTS, 30-34 I '.c'i'-V. -.v-;.; ,U NEXT? SN ;STREET -t -i i J vr r REAT, ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS. Vet 50. 26 South Second Avenue. BUILDING. qqo' 1 0 I A Th A IT A n ?, 4rl LflL5 M. JUt Mi. A. Ul A. jUl. V O o o HUBBARD g 6 IS- 'J; RESTAURANT (T. iV. PLUMBJNG COn ! i GAS RANGES j PHOENIX UGSIT AND Fill CO. t YOUR. MONEY'S VCRTK EVERY TIME ! what you get ivhea purch??!re yor fjods at this store. Cooi Tr.;iijht, tish quality 8nd low rrid-a has rr.a.le F. Griebel's the purchasii-.g center for thn thrifty and for thcr.9 v.ho epprec'at" imprior grades of coffees, tes, cannJ goods, cereals, flour atcl iiieats- "Lir aad let live" la our mot-.o tnd w li-jt uj tolt. FRANK GRIEBEL, Tsl. 43. 813 S:C W. W&Matcn St. i'' V.- f f- t ' i SOUTH FIRST STREET. Jf c, ;hi p.. ; - a . i- ;.: ihc win-els v. cl.- .11 ,t!!.i .l.'h:! 'h"c i inan. .1 -in ! a kiio'.e !.:s i " - : -l.i:.-,: Jle's JiU.. a olc:, t. ! willi iciiia i.-'. '.rc t . r-; - ; in 1 ru-ini,- til-ir e cs !!'.; -'.i-s ai 1. St i ll Clilli; ! O I he M ! - ,'-.!! th- f.-I!!Vltl-.l Ve, :' UK-. . .. ii!:-; li.Iler. i ex.imin-c e es ore! e' - i:i 111. 1 J I II. s- ivll! iii w DR. GEO. B. PRATT Arizona's Leadin Optlo'an.