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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER G, 1900.
5 S3.00 and $3.50jnEWs Those are the prices of our latest arrivals in Todd, Bancroft & Co.'s shoes. You will set 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 $.1.50 welts are as strons and Rtill as flexible as most $3.00 welts, and wearing a pair 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 shoos ever shown, and Keep in Mind our line 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 Bxposition buildings. wilsqn ana WOOLDRIDGE The Reliable Shoe 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 pale. 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 y.m can attend to right at your home. Address J. A. Knight, Secre tary, Corcoran Building, opposite I'nited States Treasury, Washington, D. C. When society throw-.- people board they are niv in the swim. Do You Read During the Evening? Have you a light to road by Do you want a amid liRht? 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 iid want the brightest and best light to read by, if you want to save money to the amount tr 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 llochesler, and at the Fame time gives oue-lifth more light. All this means the saving of the price of a lamp in one year, besides better light. AVe have a large line of these lamps at prices ranging from $4. com plete w ith shade, to JS.oO. They are all beauties and we will be glad to show -4hcm to you whether you purchase one or not. Kemember that we carry a large line of Hardware Stoves and House Furnishings at bargain prices. Don't forget the place. fUVIDSON'S CASH U BARGAIN ST0RL F1t Doora last of PostoflM. Telephone No. 236 Three ring:. Beat Plte to Trade tn Arloj. TflK PHOENIX WEATHER. The following weather conditions pro vailing In Phoenix yesterday were re ported by the United State weather bureau: , 5:3 e, m. 5:30 p. m. OP Bamra. pressure 29.83 29.80 Tern, dry bulb fiC 8.40 Tern, wet bulb 54 58 Teni. maximum 90 NS Tern, minimum 60 tjfi Hel. humidity 45 12 Wind, direction E W Wind, velocity 4 4 Precipitation 0 0 State of weather Clear. Clear. BAPTIST SERVICES. Members of the Baptist church will find something of special interest to them in the Sun day morning service. MISS GEORGE BETTER. Miss Bronkl-e George, w ho was so seriously hurt in a runaway accident, is reported to be rapidly recovering from her in juries. MOHAVE -REPl'BLICAXS. A dis patch from Kingman yesterday stated J that Governor Murphy had aciaresseu a well attended and very enthusiastic meeting there the night before. ENDORSED THE TICKET. The McKinley anil Roosevelt colored re publican club held a meeting last night at the A. M. E. church at which reso lutions were adopted endorsing the re publican ticket from William McKinley to precinct constables and pledging iis support. COLORED BAPTIST MISSION. Rev. T. W. Moulton. preacher in charge of the colored Baptist church, informs the colored citizens of Phoenix that a mission has been opened at 112 Jackson street. Services are held on Sundays at 11 and 7:30 o'clock. All are cordially invited. A SICK Cllll.n.-Ii'fivnk mention was- made in hese columns r-f sick - i ness of Zilpha. the 4-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mr:?. A. P. Walb-idgt couple of days ago she suff"!t.l a le lapse and is now in a very critical con dition. The disjase seems to have at tacked her lungs, causing a consid erable inereasa in her temperature. DISTRICT FOURTEEN. The school term began in District No. 14 September 10. The first month closed October 6, with an enrollment of forty-seven; av erage attendance forty-two. Th names on the roll of lion r in the gram mar grade department are: Norma Creighton, Ida El wards. Lilly Edwards, Pearl Ellison. Eva Etter. Madgie Hud son. Marion Mathers. Horace Ellison. Fred Wooif. Those in the primary de partment are Emily Hawlett. Mamie Field. Alta Muse, otto Covey. Leon Hawlett. Olive Hammond. Ruili Creighton, Grace Hammond. Aileen ' Reed, Margie Reed. Allen Creighton. j Roy Woolf, Myrtle Hunsaker. Hurk head Nail, Jean Nail. William Willis. A. O. U. W. GRAND LODGE. Gland j Lodge, A. O. U. W., -f. 'his jurisdiction, ... . , . ! will be held in this city next week, be-i ginning on Tuesday. It will convene! . . , , D i ii .v u .. in the new K. of P. hall in the Horner building at 9 a. m. That night there will be a public reception and on the; following afternoon the visiting dele-1 gates will be driven about the valley to i Hie chief places of interest. On Wed- , nesday night there will be a meeting j of Phoenix lodge No. 5. followed by a banquet, to which members of the order i in this crty and visiting members are I invited. The business of the grand I lodge will be closed on Thursday. The ; members of Phoenix lodge No. 5 and Kinsley bulge No. S are requested to meet at K. or f. hall at - o c loc k to-' morrow afternoon to make final ar- rangemenls for the entertainment of the visitors. THE PHOENIX (il'S CLUB. The Phoonix Gun dub's live bird shoot will take place at Phoenix park tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. The club will have over 210 pigeons on hand for the occasion. sm that all the club members who attend can have a chance at the birds. There will be a special c lay bird shoot this afternoon at 4 o'clock at th-1 club's grounds, for the benefit of those who cannot attend tomorrow's shoot, and to give some additional practice to some of the members who will go to the Jerome tournament this month. There will be plenty of blue rocks for all who wish to shoot, whether members or nor. Nearly a dozen names have been added to the dub's membership the past week and in a short time the practice shoots will be limited to club members. The FOR PURE Fresh Drugs, New Rubber Goods and Everything Up-To-Datc Go To THOMAS' DRUG STORE. 240 C. WASHINGTON ST. Beautify Your Homes w ith some of the nice pictures now be ing shnwn by the Phoenix Stationery and News Co. We ate receiving new- goods in this line almost daily and have the finest assortment of framed and unfranitd 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 St. Telephone 297. club expects to hold a large tourna ment before the end of the year. PERSONAL MENTION. Con O'Keefe of Nogales reglsered at the Commercial yesterday. Dr. J. C. Norton spent yesterday in Congress on professional business, re turning last night. Mr. and Mrs. Simon arrived yester day from Iron Springs and will spend the winter in the city. Mr. Lew Walden has sufficiently re covered from his illness to be again at his desk in the S. F. P. & P. office. H. B. Wethei'by of Boston. J. P. Goodlander of St. Louis, and J. M. Hale of St. Joseph are guests of the Hotel Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cope have re turned from Agua Caliente, where they spent several weeks on account of Mr. Cope's health. Thomas K. Young of Chicago, J. J. Fountain of Kansas City, and H. B. Polsdorfer of St. Louis are registered at the Commercial hotel. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Englehardt and son George of Milwaukee are in the city, guests of the Hotel Adams. They will probably remain during the winter. Mr. S. K. Fulton, assistant chief oper ator of the Western I'nion at Indianapo lis, arrived in the city yesterday morn ing, accompanied by his wife, who is in ill health. They will spend the winter in the city, and during that time Mr. Ful ton will ocupy a place in the local Western I'nion office. OHIO ELOCUTIONISTS. Sandusky, O.. Oct. 5. The Ohio So ciety of Elocutionists met in annual convention here today with prominent teachers of the art in attendance from Cincinnati. Columbus, Youngslown, Toledo, Dayton. Canton and other cities throughout the state. The sessions con tinue two days during which time pa pers will be presented covering the en tire field of elocution, from kindergar ten work to advanced dramatic instruc tion. STRIKERS RESUME WORK. Lancaster, Pa.. Oct. 5. Sixteen hund red striking employes of the rolling mills of the Susquehana Iron and Steel company accepted a 25 per cent reduc tion in wages and will resume work on i Monday. BRITISH ELECTIONS. London. Oct. 5. Parliamentary elec tion returns to date show the election of 250 conservatives, 42 unionists. TS liberals. 52 nationalists. Timothy i Hpaly is returned form Louth. NEW MEXICO DEMOCRATS. j Santa Fe. N. M.. Oct. 5. The demo i era tic territorial convention today noni , inated O. A. Larrazoli of Las Vegas f Jr ! delegate to congress. REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR. Half of tile quarrels between a man nn.l his wife start when she is doinir he,. hah. Vi e could stand having our enemies . . r . i. i i i l ,v . tis. but they don t. After a girl gels marri-d she tries to Iook at an uM Inaid as if sht was sonle kid of a cui iusity. No man could ever live for very long with the kind of a woman that always nieans more than she says. Half the Kills you meet are either pretty or clever. The other half are ones who would make good wives. No woman's feet feel really comfort able unlets she has got them in a pair of shoes that are too small for them. Nothing makes a woman buy a thing j she doesn't want so quick as to have the clerk act like he thought she couldn't afford it. o The individual members of the s 'Angeles base ball team which recently played in Phoenix were universally popular and m.i de many friends here during their short stay. Before leav ing for home the boys had I'.-.eir pholcs taken as a group by llartwell K: Ha maker. It is an cxci llent piece of work from an artlsli.- standpoint ami lone of which both the bail players and tile photoaraphers ale justly proud. A limited numoe .:' I' I ictures are on j.-v.lo at tile s'.udi jn I-kl'tn sfii.Miid I strc ct. SKATING RINK PROGRAMME3 Monday evening, dancing .-ho-.d. Aumisi-'ion. .0 cents. Tuesday ('veiling, skating. Wednes-.lay even;:'.r. dance Thuisday evening, skating. Friday evening, skating (for ladies and t ?.'orts only. ( Saturday evening, skating. Ladies You are all invited to cs'l and see the Chicago Store's elegant stock of tailor made suits; also the largest assortment of silks and mater ials. Our work speaks for itself. If you enjoy ; dinner, go to 1 1 : :so to S, and night. i New England boiled Clark's. Dinner from music. Open till mid- Miss Powell, manicuring, hairdress ing, chiropody and facial treatment. Scalp treating a specialty. Koom 1, Gooding Block, opposite Adams ho.tei. Only first-c lass dental work done by Dr. C. Gonzales, olfice corner Wash ington and Center streets; Cotten block. Remember. Mis. Oill will sell at auction all her line furniture on Oc tober 10. at 10 a. m. Professor H. Cress well Shaw, teacher of piano, violin, etc. Apply Jenkins' Music Store. N. Porter's and harness. for hand made saddles 142 East Washington. A snap for stockmen. Box 10C4. Address P. O. If you enjoy : dinner, go to 1l:::o to X. and night. New England boiled Clark's. Dinner from music. Open 'till mid- MJXTON'S IG ERWICK AY ULK l-VALVES now arriving daily. I Dozen 20c. 2 Dozen .35c. 3 Dozen 50c. Codvtail ard Eagle Brand Oysters in Cold Storage. NOW 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 bulk. FRESH ARIZONA DATES. RHUBARB. FRESH MESQUITE COMB HONEY NEW YORK CREAM CHEESE. VALLEY CREAM CHEESE, PINEAPPLE. EDAM. IMPORT ED SWISS and LIMBURGER. Headquarters fur fancy cheese. AUSTRALIAN RYE GRASS SEED. New lot just in. Now is the time to plant. California Golden Dates. J5c per pound. Fancy Black California Dried Figs, 15c per pound. Late Valencia Oranges. Mexican Limes, Cranberries: first of the season, just received. "Velvet" Molasses Candy just. ar rived. Stover's Jersey Cream, fresh daily. The kind that whips. Wholesale and R..tail Cut Flowers. Fruits. Vegetables, Dressed Poultry. Fish, Oysters, Chase. Bulk I'ickljs. Carnations received daily. Ust your real estate with The Evans Loan & Investment Co. In 'the Prussian government dockyard at Kiel all the great machine shops are to be elec trically driven from a central pc.wer plant of a capacity of .V00 horse power. The Chicago Score has received its in- stock of fall goods and ladies are 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 ind inspect them. Dr. L. C. flonzales. a graduate of one of 'the best dental colleges in the east, and who has had the leading practice in Prescott for six years, has located here and opened offices in the Cotten block, corner Washington and Center streets. Buys a as Crescent IcycSe A wheel built by the largest factory in the world and backed by as liberal a guarantee as any $."0 whetl. This is not a cheap thrown-together wheel, but is as well made as any whee'. i We alsa have CRESCENTS at tM, ?:,n and $iii, and COLL'ilHIAS at and $:r. Call and look over our big stock. E. L ANDREWS & SON 28-30 N. First Avenue. Bicyclos, Kodaks, Sportintr Goods. Weil, They The line of GEO. H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO ante 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 haveto rent, list them with us. WE GUARANTEE RESILTS. A few homes at your own price. We have a few special bdT- fiaiilS in city property for sale. INSURANCE THAT INSURES. We are sole agent3 for . fen of the Leading In surance Co s of the World. Weirick Latham, 32 North First Avenue. Telephone 2201. PALACE OF FASHION l .We '.rave Just received a large line o Fnll Snttiors. llvpi'c(iMlill"S and Trouserings; over 40U different styles to select from. e shall continue our low prices, 2j per cent less than any other first class house in the territory. A. MENDELSON, FJNE TAILORING. Leftd-.T in style, tinnlity r. l low i rife, lift V. Washington St.. Near I, o. w SKATJNGI3 Every Afternoon. Sundays Excepted. O'NEILL HALL. LANGSRTETH & COBB MANAGERS. Every kind of "fun" is a goo.l deal like getting drunk; all rignt until the bust head sets in. O ti 13 4 &fi i?i 5- 5- 4 4 4 NOW ON SALE McDougalGage Company. eg. 2 Exclusive Furnishers. S 2 Next Door to Santa Fe Ry. Office 2 KNOX HAT FALL OH fclLUU Just Can't Be Beat. E. KEITH'S $2.00 to FINE SHOES to sell from 50 Fourteen Styles to Select From. NO. 3 W. For Money Making Pointers J See my list 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 in the best companies, or loan you money at the best mttis COME AND SEE ME. . i i i i i J. ERNEST WALKER, NOTARY PUBLIC. 'Phone 60. HIBBARD 00)0OOCCOOOQ0000000000 HAVE YOU TRIED m for renovating furniture, picture frames, wood work or floors? It is the latest thing OUtweara like iron. TALBOT & HUBBARD t i B. HEYMAN r ran ioc OW P: TlYlIlg. 1A aU lines displayed departments. g 4 r CARLOAD AFTER CARLOAD Bought to the best possible advantage arriving daily. You will find us al right on prices as we will !? , not be 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 Buggies and . OLD HICKORY WAGONS. PRATT, Gilbert & Co. AGENTS, 30-34 ! Witty y( i'ife" v . .... DR. GEO. B. FHATT Arizona's Loading Cpic'nu. . Telephone 2J, rord Hatl Block, WASHINGTON STREET Phnpnix. Artrona. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS. 14 and 16 South Second Avenue, BUILDING. O O o o o o o o o JAPAiAC Furniture Co. y You will find latest goous in our various m our eg Vr undersold. SUCCESSORS TO E. RHINEHAKT & CO. CONFECTIONERY and ICE have added the Htggins Ice SOUTH FIRST STREET. The Teachers' Duty. Vou tta.-bers are in rve-raekins ani nicv enyaged in patietiee-tryini; ?--ciioo! room duties. Are yon ready for r'.ie work? H.w- uu our e es : You year. KlloW they br;hered you last t isn'': likely thoy twill be W'aitiiis and hoping never and : Iter. any b. 'tiers ailing is:oi.f .My glasses d i. Your eyes are bivad winners: "Mas t -r minds and willing hands" aif ni o.n! without 'them. They are the only avenue to edueatkm, improvement and suecess. Can you afford to negl -cC t:iem'.'