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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 50, 1900.
MCK3ES3 Hew Glome We are located now in our new store and while we are not "fixed up" as we hope to be in a few days, we will be glad to have you come and eee us. We have many ad vantage over the old place and will be very glad to "show you." DORMS BROS., House Furnishers. 82, 24, 26, 28 & BO WEST WASHINGTON ST. I'hoeaix, Arizona. siwwwiiirvriTrttTiftVirtsri'i nrwHinvn' A GORGEOUSLY BOUND Work of art has Just been issued at an outlay of over $100,000. for which the publishers desire a Manager in this county, also a good solicitor; good pay to the right party. Nearly 100 full-page engravings, sumptuous paper, illumi nated covers and bindings; over 200 golden lilies in the Morocco bindings; nearly 50 golden roses in the cloth bind ings. Sells at sight; presses running day and night so great Is the sale. Christian men and women making for tunes taking orders. Rapid promotions. One Christian woman made clear $300 in four weeks taking orders among her church acquaintances and friends. Write us. It may lead to a permanent position to manage our business and look after our large correspondence which you can attend to right ai your home. Address J. A. Knight, Secre tary, Corcoran Building. opposite I'nited States Treasury, Washington, D. G. SANTA FE SALT LAKE EXCUR SION. On September 30 and October 1 we will sell round trip 60-day limit tickets to Salt Lake at rate of only $59.20. Tour friends are going via the Santa Fe. Better get in line. This is the last of tha season. E. W. GILLETT, General Agent. Dr. A. S. Hawley is daily expected to return home from his visit in Chicago. For the last month he has been attend ing the Chicago eye, ear, nose and throat college and has taken both the operative and clinical courses and wi.1 therefore be better prepared than ever to serve the public with the latest scientific treatment. Do You Read During the Evening? Have you a good light to read by? Do you want a good light? Have you found that coal oil is high in this coun try? Do you want to save money? Have you ever seen the Belgium burner? Do you want to see It? If you read during the evening nd want the brightest and best 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 Belgium burner uses 40 per cent less coal oil and gives about 20 per cent better light than a Rochester burner. Three gallons of coal oil goes as far in one of our Belgium 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, besides better light. We have a large line of these lamps at prices ranging from $4, com- j plete with shade, to $8.50. They are all beauties and we will, be glad to show them to you whether you purchase one or not. Remember that we carry a large line of Hardware Stoves and House Furnishings at bargain prices. Don't forget the place. fJAVIDSON'S CASH BARGAIN STORt Wlv Door Xast of Poctofflae, Telephone No. 236 Three rings. ar-ieit 1-lite to Trade In Arloj. flEWS op Tpa PHOENIX WEATHER. The following weather conditions pre vailing in Phoenix yesterday were re ported by the United State weather bureau: 5:39 a. m. 5:30 p. m. Barom. pressure 30.05 29.90 Tern, dry bulb 55 86 Tern, wet bulb 44 59 Tern, maximum 86 93 Tern, minimum 53 54 Rel. humidity 39 16 Wind, direction SE NW Wind, velocity 1 2 Precipitation 0 0 State ft weather ...Clear. Cloudy. GALVESTON. There will be an op portunity to add to the offering for the Galveston sufferers at the Baptist church this morning. SAW THE POPE. A card was re ceived yesterday morning from Mrs. Shirley Christy at Rome saying that she had just been admitted to the honor of an audience with the pope. BAPTIST CHURCH. At the Baptist church this morning Rev. M. H. Meag her of Southern California will preach. In the evening Mrs. P. H. Bodkin, of Los Angeles, whose talk on missions thrilled the conference, will give an address. CONVICTS FOR YUMA. A telegram was received at the sheriff's office from Ash Fork last night from Deputy Sher iff Hogan of Coconino county saying that he would arrive in town this morn ing with five convicts en route to the ! penitentiary. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. Services on Sunday at 11 a. m.; Sunday school at 10 j a. m. Wednesday afternoon meeting at i 2:30 o'clock. Mr. William Wesley New, Christian Scientist, cf New York, will ' sing at the 11 a. m.' service today. All I are welcome. 44 South Center street, j THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. There ' will be no services in the Christian church this morning, as the new pastor has not arrived, and the members de sire to hear Bishop Hamilton of the M. E. church. Sunday school will be held at 9:45 a. m.. and the Y. P. S. C. E. will meet at 6:30 p. m. JUST ONE GIRL. H. B. Scott says the prettiest song he knows is "Just One Girl." and it has reference to a young lady of nine pounds that joined his family circle about Friday noon. It is not the first time he has b2en called "papa,"' but the word has just as much music in it as it ever did. ANOTHER BET MADE. Bryan money is coming, but it is coming very plow and calls for a big premium. Hirshfield and Perkins placed another $1,000 yesterday on McKinley against a $300 stack on which Dr. O. L. Mahoney will claim ownership until sometime in November. That is pretty big odds, but even such snaps as that are hard to get. There is McKinley money all over town ! burning holes in men's pockets and iij! speculators to give relief. THE BUCKEYE COUNTRY. M. ! Zander and A. D. Zander yesterday purchased 320 acres under the Buckeye canal from Walker & Wasson. They will improve it and plant it in alfalfa. The Buckeye Land and Canal company has just obtained the final deed to the canal property and is now in full and formal possession. There is a great ; deal of activity in that region. People are coming from California and prop erty is rapidly changing hands. Four ranches were sold there last week. PROBATE COURT. The will of L. H. Orme, J. W. Crenshaw, executor under it, was presented in probate court yesterday. The estate, valued at $40., 000. is equally divided between the widow and an only child, Alfred Orme. In addition to the estate there is a $10,000 life insurance policy, payable to, the widow. Mrs. E. A. Johnson was j appointed administratrix of the estate; iif W. E. Johnson. I. M. Christy filed ! his bond as administrator of the estate of Louisa A. Christy and letters were issued to him. SUNDAY SERVICE OF THE M. E. CONFERENCE. At the First M. E. church, corner of Monroe street and Second avenue, the following services will be held today: Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Short addresses will be made by Bishop Hamilton and Joseph H. Smith. At the 11 o'clock service Bishop Hamilton will preach. The music for the morning is as follows: Anthem "Like as a Father Pitieth His Child ren" (Thompson). Mrs. Giliand, Miss Parker, I. D. Reedy, Charles Christy. Solo, "O Lord Be Merciful" (Bartlett). FOR PURE Fresh Drugs, New Rubber Goods and Everything Up-To-Date Go To THOMAS' DRUG STORE. Z40 C. WASHINGTON ST. If you want something nic IN STATI0NFRY you should seethe fine line of embossed box paper just received by the The Phoenti Stationery & News Co 10 and 12 W. Washington St. Tvlvphon 207. Mrs. Giliand. At 3 p. m. there will be a rally of all the young peoples societies of the city, under the direction of Dr. George B. Pratt. Dr. J. C. Norton will have charge of the praise service. Ad dresses will be made by H. W. Peck and Joseph H. Smith. A cordial invi tation is extended to all young people of the city to attend this service. In the evening Bishop Hamilton will again preach and Joseph H. Smith will be in charge of the consecration service. Music for the evening: Anthem. "The King of Love My Shepherd Is" (Shel ley), by the quartette. A BOY MISSING. panny Green wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Greenwood, has been missing from home for a day or two. The little fellow- is only about 7 years of age and his parents are very much worried about him. MISS GKORGE BETTER. Miss Brookie George, who was severely in jured Friday evening by jumping from a buggy, was reported much better yesterday. She had been driving with her father and after he alighted the horse became frightened and ran. She jumped out, striking on her head, and was partly uneonscious' during the night. She is rapidly improving and no serious results are feared. MRS. DEFTY HOME. Mrs. W. E. Deft- has returned from San Francisco where she completed a course of study under Mansfeldt, the well known in structor. Mrs. Defty is known through out the territory as an accomplished musician and she now has an excel lent repertoire of pianaforte music. BOTH ENDS MEET. The East End and the West End base ball teams met yesterday afternoon on the grounds at Eighth avenue and hammered 'the ball all over the diamond. The result was a score of 25 to 13 in favor of the East End team. This is the first time the West' End has been defeated and it is a new experience, but uhey will turn it to good account in later efforts. A FAREWELL PARTY. Mrs. Nor ris Goff entertained at her home, 542 North First avenue, on Saturday, in honor of Mrs. A. W. Galpin and son Earl, who will leave shortly for their new home in Yuma. Those present were Mrs. A. W. Galpin and son Earl, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Galpin. N. A. Gal pin, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Viault. Mrs. Hanks, Mr. Hanks and Zella Wal'oridge. A very enjoyable day was spent. BALL GAME TODAY. At the park this afternoon the 1'nion Stars and the Plank team will play a game of base ball. The two teams will line up in the following order: I'nion Stars C. F. Cerrano, catcher: J. Lastra, pitcher; R. Lopez, first base: W. Scott, second base: A. Scott, third base; T. Flores, short sup: R. Mundivil, right fle'.d: P. Heredig, left field: substitute, J. Lind sey. Planks C. M. Long, catcher: A. Wormeil. pitcher: S. Osborne, first base: V. Sweem. second base: E. Long, third base: J. Parker, short stop; E. Mognett, right field: W. Tyson, ranter field: H. Long, left field: substitutes, J. Barnum and it. Massey. HELD UP WITH A Gt'X.-A young man by the name of .M.-Gehan, em ployed by the S. F. P. & P., was held up near the West End s;hool house on Friday night. He passed the school house a short time before with a young lady, whom he was taking home from an entertainment. He noticed a man standing under the trees. On his re turn the man was still there, but Mr. McGehan paid little attention to him and just as he was passing him the fel low punched him in the ribs with a very bright and exceedingly long gun. Mr. McGehan stood very still, because it didn't cost him anything. The foot pad went through his pockets, but found nothing. NORMAL VS. UNIVERSITY. About a year ago the normal school foot ball team met the university eleven on the gridiron at Tucson. Yesterday Manager Quinn Anderson of the uni versity team came up to arrange for a return game. He) was successful and "the two teams will meet at Phoenix park on Thanksgiving day. Mr. An derson, who was a former resident of Phoenix, says his team is a good one and he promists a hot game. There are two teams at the university and great interest is taken in the game, daily practice under a good coach being en gaged in. Everything is prosperous at the university and there are now about 200 students in attendance. Among them are ten from Phoenix and vi cinity. K. OF P. CALENDAR. On the night of October 19 the Knights of Pythias with fitting ceremony will ded icate their new hall on Center street. There will be a street parade at 7 ,'. m., followed by an interesting pro gramme in ithe hall and a banquet to which all Pythians and their famili? will be invited. Immediately after the banquet the Pythian braves who be long to the hostile tribe of Khorassan will begin smearing themselves with war pain: and by the night of the 20th they will be prepared for the massa cre of a company of tyros in the temple of El Yemamah No. 63. Several will be burned at the stake and others will be chopped to pieces with dull hatchets. Then there will be more feasting and other forms of joy. PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. Culbertson and Miss Welch have returned from Iron Springs. Mrs. Meloy and c hild of New York iue guests of the Hotel Adams. Mrs. Laura Ward has returned from her summer's visit to the coast. B. A. Packard of Bisbee was here yes terday, a guest of the Hotel Adams. Mr. S. H. Hopkins of Gonzalez, Tex., attorney for the Haldeman brothers, left last night for home. Mark A. Smith arrived from Los An geles yesterday morning and is regis tered at the Commercial hotel. , Mrs. Ernest and son Lawrence re turned yesterday from San Difgo, where they have been spending the summer. A party was given by Miss Anne Kibbey last night in honor of Miss Ollie Fisher of Pretcott, ister of Mrs. Harry R. Tritle. Among those registered at the Com mercial hotel yesterday were H. Wal ter Reiiiy, Detroit: George Delaporle and H. C. Stickney, San Francisco; A. C. McQueen, Mesa; J. M. Evans, Blue Tan, Ariz.; P. Guather, Wickenburg, and Mr. ami Mrs. Theodore L. Schultz. Tempo. , FRESH FISH Caught yesterday morning, packed in ice and left Hie seashore at 12 o'clock, noon, reaches here this morning at 7 o'clock. Why not take some of this same FRESH FISH home with you for dinner today? All southern California varieties, including Baracuda, Black and Red Rock Cod, Brack Bass, White Fish and Halibut; 15 CENTS PER POUND. FISH IS CHEAPER THAN BEEF We are receiving a fine assortment and can please all tastes. Try a mess of fish for a change. Eagle Brand and Cocktail, fresh frozen, Oysters received daily. NOW ARRIVING STRAWBERRIES. MUSCAT. BLACK and SEEDLESS GRAPES. MAMMOTH RED TOMATOES. BLACKBERRIES. FANCY PLUMS. FREESTONE PEACHES. RIPE PEARS. BANANAS. BLEACHED CELERY. FANCY HEAD LETTUCE. VERDE HUBBARD SQUASH. PRESCOTT CABBAGE. AVAX, LIMA and STRING BEANS. ASPARAGUS. BELL PEPPERS. EASTERN CONCORD GRAPES. COCOANUTS. FRESH DILL PICKLES in bulk. FRESH ARIZONA DATES. RHUBARB. FRESH MESQUITE COMB HONEY Some prime old Limburger and Imported Swiss Cheese just re ceived. AUSTRALIAN RYE GRASS SEED. New lot just in. Now is the time to plant. California Golden Dates. 15c per pound. Fancy Black California Dried Figs, 15c per pound. Late Valencia Oranges, Mexican Limes, Cranberries: first of the season, just received. Stover's Jersey Cream, fresh daily. The kind that whips. Who!, sale and R.itail Cut Flowers. Fruits. Vegetables, Dressed Poultry. Fish. Oyst. r -, Chase, Bulk Pickles. Immaculate linen and attentive waiters at Clark's. Open until mid night. The Chicago ft ore has received its stock i f fall goods and ladies are in vited to call and see them. A nice line of white organdy rirty dressts is now on exhibition at the '.? - cago Store. Ladies aye invited to t 1 and inspect them. M0NDAY THE LAST DAY. Professor Carnelle. the medium, an nounces Holiday as the last day he will give stances in this city. He has been rushed with business since his ad vent here and to say that he has given thorough satisfaction is putting it mildly. Today and tomorrow will be given entirely to those anxious to see him. for when ha closes at 9 o'clock to morrow night it is very iioubtful whether he will ever return. Persona in every walk of life have had sittings with him and say hie; power is far be yond human. Dr. L. C. tlonzales. a graduate of one of Ihe best dental colleges in the east, and who has had the leading practice in Prescott for six year?, has located here and opened offices in the Cotten block, coiner Washington and Center streets. DON'T FORGET That the latest and best thing in the line of CAMERAS is the No. 3 Folding Pocket Kodak. It is niaile of Akimimim, fitted with the best Rapid Rectilinear Lens, takes a picture ojx-JJ and actually Fits the Pocket. Of course, it loads in daylight like all KODAKS. "If it isn't an Eastman it isn't a Kodak" E. L. ANDREWS & SON 28-30 N. First Avenue. Bicycle, Kodak, Sporting: Goods. WHAT NEXT? SCHOOL SHOES! WE CARRY THE STOCK TO PLEASE YOU. H. A, Dmf Wanted 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 to rent, list them with us. WE GUARANTEE RESULTS. A few homes at your own price. We have a few special bar- fiaiilS in city property for sale. INSURANCE THAT INSURES. We are sole agents for fen of the Leading In surance Co.s cf the World. Weirick S Latham, 32 North First Avenue. Telephone 2201. PALACE OF FASHION We Just received a large line of Fall Suitings, Overcoatings and Trouserings; over 400 different styles to select from. We shall continue our low prices, 25 per cent less than any other first class house in the territory. A. MENDELSON FINE TAILORING. LEASES IN j IW. 118 w. Washlnalnn St., Near P. O A CLT'B MEETING. A call is issued for a meeting of the McKinley and Roosevelt club at the A. M. K. church next Friday night. Those wishing to join are also request ed to be present at the meeting. W. J. ANDERSON, President. UNCLAIMED. One black horse, branded bar X on i rijrht leg, SS bar on left thigh and C on left shoulder. One small brown pony, letter E on left leg, and other Mexican brands. Strayed voluntarily to North First avenue 1st of last month. Professor H. Cresswell Shaw, teacher of piano, violin, etc. Apply Jenkins' Music Store. A snap for stockmen. Address P. O. Box 1064. Miss Powell, manicuring, hairdre.ss ing, chiropody and facial treatment. Scalp treating a specialty. Room 1, Gooding Block, opposite Adams hotel. Only first-class dental vrrk done by Dr. L. C. Gonzales, office corner Wash ington and Center streets; Cotten block. HAT 8- eg. 6 & & NOW ON SALE McDougalfiage Company. i Exclusive Furnishers. Jf Next Door to Baota Fe Ry. Office FALL LOC For Monev Making Pointers - J ucc my usij ui jjusiiiet-s nuances, Dargains in xveat .estate, Houses and Stores for rent and pretty near everything else in the mucy making line. lean also insure you in the best coin; ?nie.-, or loan you money at the best rates. i i COME AND SEE ME. i H I FDMfCT WillCD 3 7 f NOTARY PUBLIC. 'Phona HIBBARD ocoooooooooooooooooooooooo o tried e G ft o for renovating furniture, picture frames, wood work or floors? It is the latest thing out wears like iron. TALBOT & HUBBARD 0GOGOOOOOOOOOOOOO -why COFFEE AL'S RESTAURANT SO WELL KNOWN? BECAUSE: We serve more Meals and .s-at more guests. Are more famous for Coffee, Meats, Palads and Pastry. Are the oldest Restaurant people in the city (nine years in the busi ness). Have Cold Storage and Pteain. Are up to date in everything. I ICE CREAM WHOLESALE AND KETAIL. FOR HANDSOME CHANDELIERS for both Gas and Electric Lights there is only one place in this town that can fill the hill, and that's ScOVille's. He's the man, and he has the gocds. Scoville can show you the prettiest line of light fixtures that ever came to Phoenix. The glassware is perfect and there is an endless variety oit. But when it comes to the metal work, that's where SCOVille shines. !;ee his dis play at the store. THE SCOVILLE PLUMBING CO.r 114 WEST ADAMS STREET. SEE W t Pattern for IG00. . HANNA & MUNS0N, In connection with our CONFECTIONERY.and ICE CREAM business we have added the Higgins Ice Cream Parlors. Only the Best Oysters and Short Orders Served. GIVE US A TRIAL and be Convinced. JUST RECEIVED. Two Carloads of Fine Carriages, Up-to-Date Buggies and OLD HICKORY WAGONS. Pratt, Gilbert & Co. ACENTS. 30-34 'TWO WAYS OF .i - ' v ' f - i- :VT'3ii DR. GEO. B. PRATT Arizona's Leading Optiolan. Telephone TtS, Tord UoUJ Block, J3 A. v- '- -i.i-?-,' O w K REAL ESTATI. W INSURANCE AND LOANS. y. 60. 26 South Second Avenue. IV BUILDING. ' A JAPALAC I o o c o o o o o is- GAS RANGES PHOENIX LIGHT AND FUEL CO. J SUCCESSORS TO E. EHIN8HAET & CO. SOUTH FIRST STREET. LOOKING AT IT." Both wrong. Twelve Inches is the normal distancu at which perfect eyes see best ami easiest. H lding book or paper differently - means t ye f'.raih means an error !tt refraction or defective musvles nu-and grave harm sooner or later. "A glass in time saves" sliglitlj changed, but you know the import, an! eyes are more imiortant than stitches.