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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY KORNING, OCTOBER r, 1000.
S3.00 and $3,50 Those are the prices of our latest arrivala in Todd, Bancroft & Co.'s shoes. You will get weary of searching before you find a line that ia the equal of this at the above prices. They are neat, nob by and as stylish as shoes can be made. The $3.50 welts are as strong and still as flexible as most $3.00 welts, and wearing a pair will con vince yon of their staying qualities. We also have a $.'!.-'0 boot with 9-liu-h top that can be used for xhoi t 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 Keep in Mind our lino of Geo. G. Snow's men's shoes. They're all right. In School Shoes is where we shine, and with every pair we give a fine school tablet, in the cover of which are views of the Paris Kxposition buildings. WILSON and WOOLDRIDGE The Reliable Mioe Store. Fleming Block, rilOENIX, - - ARIZONA. 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 $"00 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 aftfr our large correspondence which you can attend to right at your home. Address J. A. Knight, Secre tary, Corcoran Building. opposita TTnited States Treasury, Washington, D. G. Some men are naturally lazy ana some are born constitutionally tired. 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 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. fUVIDSON'S CASH BARGAIN STORt Fir Doors lut of PmU Telephone No. 236 Three ring. Wmi to Trade In rlo msmm. V ""4..-. 1ews OP Tp PHOENIX WEATHER. The following weather conditions pre vailing In Phoenix yesterday were re ported by the United Stutxn weather bureau: 6:26 a. m. 5:30 p. m. RaiMm. pressure L'lt.NI L".l.S2 Tern, dry bull) (il S" Tern, wet bulb 47 SS Tern, maximum SS 90 Tern, minimum 61 00 Rel. humidity. 32 IS Wind, direction E W Wind, velocity 6 3 Precipitation 0 0 State of weather Clear. Clear. GTTN PLT'B SHOOT. There will be a practice shoot at the Phoenix Gun club's trap this afternoon ait 4 o'clock. Visitors welcome. IS A RURAL. RESIDENT. Mr. Hairy I. Latham has leased the Clara Murphy place, five miles and a half north, on the Center street drive, and will reside there during the winter. A NEW GIRL,. Mr. and Mrs. J. Liloyd Brown, southwest of town, were made happy yesterday by the arrival of a nine-pound girl. They will consult Col. Wilson with regard to the baby's name. A GL.OBE VISITOR. R. C. Brown, editor of the Globe Times, paid Phoe nix a day's visit on Monday, returning home on the evening train. Mr. Brown says the outlook is good for a republi can victory in Gila county this year. WAS DANGEROUSLY ILL. Mr. Louis Walden, local manager of the Postal Telegraph company, has been very ill with bronchitis at the home of his brother on East Lincoln street. He was threatened with pneumonia, but was considerably bitter yesterday. POLICE COURT. One drunk was fined $r in police court yesterday. Three hobos were brought in. They had been arrested for having been found sleeping in a barn near Five Points. They proved that they had been sleeping there with the permis sion of the owner, and otherwise gave a good account of themselves. The' were discharged. MISS GEORGE IMPROVED. Miss Brookie George of South Seventh av enue, who was injured in a runaway last Friday evening, was considerably Improved in condition last evening. For a time it was feared that Miss George had sustained a concussion of the brain and that her life was in seri ous danger, but her physicians now have hope of her recovery. HUDSON-CISNEY. Mr. Edgar Lee Hudson and Miss Alioe Cisney were married last night at the home of the bride's mother. No. 720 North Second street. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Lewis Halsey in the pres ence of a few intimite friends of the parties. There were many useful and beautiful presents. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hudson are well and very favorably known in Phoenix. NEW CORPORATIONS. Maricopa rouroty is giving New Jersey a close rub as the birthplace of corporations. Articles of the following new compa nies were filed in the recorder's office yesterday: Roosevelt OH company, capita! stock t :ir0,000 ; Solano County Oil and Development company, capital $200,000; Western Explorakion com- I pany, capital stock $100,000: Salinas Oil I and Development company, capital stock $100,000. ! YOM K1POOR. .At sundown last night began the fast of all orthodox 'Jews for twenty-four hours in celebra tion of the clay of atonement, or Yom Kipoor as it is more frequently called. At :;ju at fJiK s nail Col Nidra. a piayer service, was observed, followed by an oration by Mr. Stlim Michelson. i This morning at 9 o'cloc k at the same place ithere will be prayers and read ings from Leviticus or the third book of Moses. In the afternoon at 3:20 o'clock there will be a Xeilah sermon and prayers. A MATRIMONIAL RUN. There was a run on the probate court vester day which threatened no exhaust the supply of marriage license blanks. When the last one was filled out Cupid Creighton sank back in hi-5 chair wear ied, and th" ink upon his pen sizzled with heat. The couples authorized to be yoked together are Edgar Lee Hud son and Alice Cisney; Marquis L. Gib bons and Ada M. Ruse; John M. Van Home and Sarah French: J. Thomas Rogers and Amelia Longmore. TWO ROBBERIES. Reports were received at the sheriff's office yester- E Fresh Drugs, New Rubber Goods and Everything Up-To-Date Go To THOMAS' DRUG STORE. 10 r. WASHINGTON ST. Beautify Your Homes with some of the nice pictures now be ing shown by the Phoenix Stationery and News Co. We are receiving new goods in this line almost daily and have the finest assortment of framed and unframed pictures ever seen in Phoe nix. Pictures framed on short notice. Fine line of new mouldings. The Phoenix Stationery & News Co 10 and 12 W. Washington SI. Telephone 207. Or discomfort, no irritation of the in testinesbut gentle, prompt, thorough healthful cleansing, when you take Hood's Pills Sold by all druggists. 2 cents day of two robberies. The first oc curred at the house of a man named Fuller, living near Glendale. He lost $220. The money, consisting of ten $20 gold pieces, one $10 piece and two fives, was imealed under a rug. The house was broken open, probably about 9 o'clock, on .Monday night. No tracks were found about the house an.l there is no other clue. The other robbery was committed yesterday afternoon at the home of a Mr. Holme, living two miles west of Mesa. A suit of black clothes, a pair of light shoes and other articles were stolen. A POSSIBLE WINNER. For some 'time past the Los Angeles Times has been publishing coupons which sub scribers were invited to fill out. making guesses on the census return of the population of Los Angelas. Among others responding was A. P. Warhridge of Phoenix, whose guess was 102.."18. Monday night's dispatches announced that the official figures were 102.479, just 37 less 'than Mr. Walbridge's esti mate. The first prize offered by the Times is a $000 piano and if Mr. Wal bridge is seen with such an instrument under his arm people may know where he got it. POLITICS IN TEMPE. The demo cratic campaign was opened last night by a big meeting in Tempe. C. C. Woolf of Kyrene called the meeting to irder and introduced the chairman of the county central committee. Vernon L. Clark, who. after a few remarks, pre sented George Purdy Bullard. candidate for district attorney. Mr. Bullard was followed by J. H. Langston Jr.. candi date for probate judge, and Mark Smith, who was alleged to be the nomi nee of the democratic party for dele gate to congress, concluded the pro gramme with one of his typical speeches which converts everybody for a few minutes. A RICH SUSPECT. Early yester day morning word was brought to Mar shal Hooker that a man who was prob ably one of the Mesa pos;office robbers was sleeping in the grand stand a; the old fair grounds. The marshal and Officer Hale went down and found him. He was very coed when he was awakened. He said he was sleeping there because he was broke and had no money to pay for a bed. He was searched and his pockets were found to contain much hidden wealth: $(187 in cash and a check for $25 on 'the Valley bank. The check was three monl.hs old. The prisoner was recognized yes terday as an old cattleman who had sold out his stock to beat the tax gath erer some months ago. THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. Mr. L. T. Mansfield has lady returned from an eastern visit of a month. He spent a part of this time in Michigan and a part at his old home in Ken tucky, where his mother still resides. There is little thought of and nothing talked about in Kentucky but politics. Democrats say there will be no doubt of the election of Bevkham for -governor, and republicans and gold demo crats say that Yerkes will be elected by such an overwhelming majority that he cannot be counted out. The demo crats are direc ting their efforts princi pally in behalf of Beckham, and con sequently are neglecting the national fight. Mr. Mansfield was asked what in his opinion would be the result. He said he thought it was an even break between Beckham and Yerkes. but that MeKinley would probably cany ths state, A SURVEYING CONTRACT Mr. W. T. Smith returned yesterday morn ing from the Grand Canyon reservation, where he is interested with J. C. Dob bins, the civil engineer, in a govern ment surveying contract. Rapid pro giess is being made, notwithstanding the rough character of the country. They have taken an additional contract for surveying the Supai reservation. Both contracts will be finished by No vember 1". Mr. Smith said that the lately reported loss of their instruments hadno other foundation than the run ning away of a horse on which a tripod was fastened. There was another tri pod in the outfit so that the work was not intf rrupted. The horse tinned up at Williams with his burden unharmed. Mr. Smith was asked what he thought of the Mark Smith and J. F. Wilson contest in the north. "There isn't any.'' said Mr. Smith. "I didn't hear any thing about Mark Smith at all. There is a hard fight between Wilson and Murphy." RAILROAD EXPANSION. A Gra ham county gentleman who was in the city yesterday says that republican ideas and principles are tapidly gaining ground in that county. Expansion is becoming popular, so much so in fact that the Arizona and New Mexico nar tow guage railroad will soon be broad ened to standard guage. to keep up with the march of progress and inci dentally to further facilitate the de velopment of the rich natural resources of the county. Politically, republicans have good cause for congratulation. Governor Murphy has a host of good friends in that county who will lend him all possible assistance in his cam paign and the county tic ket is hopeful of victory owing to democratic dissen sions, similar to. but different, from the split in this county. There is an open disaffection in the party ranks regard ing the candidate for district attorney and the county convention turned down the present sheriff, who asked for a re nomination and was clearly entitled to it. While he may be personally support ing the ticket he doubtless has friends who are just as prone to get sore as human beings are in any other county when they are abused. J. Ernest Walker has moved his real estate and loan business from the Hib bard building to his own property at Nos. 14 and 16 South Second avenue. The Buckeye Canal and Land company will occupy half the building with Mr. Walker, where Professor Wasson. the president of the company, will also have his office. Roast Turkey Dinner today at Clark's from 11:20 to 8, and music. The woman who is thoughtful never a sucessful gossip. IXTON'S IG ERWICK AY ILK l-VALVES now arriving daily. I Dozen 20c. 2 Dozen 35c. 3 Dozen 50c. Cocktail acd Eagle Brand Oy&ters in Cold Storage. MOW ARRIVING STRAWBERRIES. MUSCAT and BLACK GRAPES. MAMMOTH RED TOMATOES. BLACKBERRIES. FANCY PLUMS. FREESTONE PEACHES. RIPE PEARS. BANANAS. BLEACHED CELERY. FANCY HEAD LETTUCE. VERDE HUBBARD SQUASH. PRESCOTT CABBAGE. WAX. LIMA and STRING BEANS. ASPARAGUS. BELL PEPPERS. COCOANUTS. ARIZONA OLIVES in bulk. MAMMOTH IMPORTED QUEEN OLIVES in hulk. FRESH ARIZONA DATES. RHUBARB. FRESH ME3QUITE COMB HONEY NEW YORK CREAM CHEESE. VALLEY CREAM CHEESE. PINEAPPLE. EDAM. IMPORT ED SWISS and LIMBURGER. Headquarters for fancy cheese. 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, 13c per pound. Late Valencia Oranges, Mexican Limes. Cranberries: first of the season, just received. ''elv :" Molasses C indy just ar rived. Stover's Jersey Cream, fresh daily. The kind that whips. Wholesale and K.itatl Cut Flowers, Fruits. Vegetables, Dressed Poultry, Fish, Oysters, Chase, Bulk Pickles. Carnations received daily. In i:he Prussian government dockyard at Kiel all the great machine shops arc to be electrically driven from a central power plant of a capacity of 3,T,00 horse power. The Chicago S:ore has received its stock of fail goods and ladies are in vited to call and see them. A nice line "of white organdy party dresses is now on exhibition at the Chi cago Store. Ladies are invited to call and inspect them. Dr. L. C. Gonzales, a graduate of one of 'the best dental colleges in the east, and who has had the leading practice in Preseott for six years, has located here and opened offices in the Cotten block, coiner Washington and Center streets. Roast Turkey Dinner today at Clark's from 11:30 to S. and music. DON'T FORGET That the latest and best thing in the line of CAMERAS is the No. 3 Folding Pocket Kodak. It is made of Aluminum, fitted with the best Kupid Rectilinear Lens, takes a picture 3x4 and actually Fits the Pocket. Of course, it loads in daylight like all KODAKS. "If it isn't an Eastmsn It isn't a Kodak" E. L. ANDREWS & SON 28-30 N. First Avenue. Bicycles, Kodaks, Spo.ting Goods. ft WHAT NE SCHOOL SHOES! WE CARRY THE STOCK TO PLEASE YOU. hTaTdiehlTstTO Wan ted 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- . flains in city property for sale. INSURANCE 1 HAT INSURES. We are sole agent3 for ten of the Leading In surance Co s of the World. Weirick S Latham, 32 North First Avenue. Telerjhone 2201. PALACE OF FASK!0N We Just received a large line of Fall Suitings, Overcoatings and Trouserings; over 400 different styles to select from. AVe shall continue our low prices, 2 per cent less than any other first class house In the territory. A. MENDELSON FINE TAILORING. LEADER LN STYLE, QUALITY 118 V. Vanhloalnn St.. Ner P. U Ladies You are all invited t' cr'l and see the Chicago Store's elegan stock of tailor made suits: alf i the largest assortment of silks and mater ials. Our work speaks for itself. X. PorU-r's for hand made saddles and harness. 142 Kast Washington. UNCLAIMED. One black horse, branded bar X on right leg, SS bar on left thigh and C on left shoulder. One small brown pony, letter E on left !eg and other Mexican brands. Strayed voluntarily to North First avenue 1st of last month. Professor H. Cresswell Shaw, teacher of piano, violin, etc. App'y Jenkins" Music Store. A snap for stockmen. Address P. O. Box 1064. Miss Powell, manicuring, hairdress ing, chiropody and facial treatment. Scalp treating a specialty. Iioom 1, Gooding Block, opposite Adams hotel. Only first-class dental work done by Dr. L. C. Gonzales, office corner Wash ington and Center streets; Cotten block. a eg- 8- 3- NOW ON SALE McDongal8age ft ft Company. Exclusive Furnishers. Next Door to Santa Fe Ry. Office KNOX HAT FALL BLOCK For Money Making Pointers J i i i i i i See my list of Business Chances, Bargains in Real Estate, Houses and Stores for rent and ptetty near everything else in the money making line. I can also insure you in the best companies, or loan you money at the best COME AND SEE ME. J. ERNEST WALKER, NOTARY PUBLIC. 'Phone 60. UIBBABD 0QOOOOOOOO9OOO9aOOOOOO o i v JJ. I J u TRIED for renovating furniture, picture frames, wood work or floors? It ia the latestthingOU t wears like iron. TALBOT & HUBBARD HEYMAN n. 24 7 Is now arriving. You will find y all the very 'latest goods in our lines displayed in our various departments. CARLOAD AFTER CARLOAD Bought to the best possible advantage arriving daily. C ft You will find us ail right on prices as we will not be undersold. & In connection with our CREAM business we Cream Parlors. Only the Best Oysters and Light Lunches Served. GIVE US A TRIAL and be Convinced. JUST RECEIVED. Two Carloads of Fine Carriages, Up-to-Date BuKies and OLD HICKORY WAGONS. Pratt, Gilbert & Co. ft AGENTS, 30-34. lllllllll DR. GEO. B. PRATT Arizona' Loadini Optician. Telephone 2, I'ord Hotel Block. XT? REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS. 14 and 16 South Second Avenue, BUILDING. AP-A-LAC 1 O o o o o o o Furniture Co. SUCCESSOKS TO J E. EHIHJ8HAET & CO. CONFECTIONERY and ICE have added the Htggins Ice ' jt SOUTH FIRST STREET. YOUR EYES NpkI ;lif very bpst glass aid. ' Hrre we both agree. The iiiicstion with you is wh.-re to g-1 the lies.. Ynu may bo just !u gu'ti.hg the usJ of gla-sis: if s.i. li;.' future welfare "f y.uir eyes uVniar.iis care. r you may have been t oc ulists. oUi.-ians an l rumm in plass sellers i:i niMiierable with niu.'h o?:jons-- ari'I K:--.le satisfaction. in either case you are the man I want to see. I have spent many years in the stu ly of -this one subject. My experience is yours for the asking. A guaranty pus wiiii all my work. I c harge f..r tho glasses only nothing fen- the experi ence and guaiantee.