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TTIIC ARIZONA FEPUBLTCAN: THURSDAY MOTJNING, OCTOBER IS, 3900.
WHAT? SHOES! LITTLE SHOES! BIG SHOES! NARROW SHOES! BROAD SHOES! INFANTS' SHOES'. CHILD'S SHOES! OIRLS' SHOES! HOYS' SHOES! LADIES' SHOES! MENS SHOES! Lace Shoes! Ruttnn Shofs! ("impress Shoos! Ruckle Shoes! Sho.-s! Light Shoes! Black Sh.h s! Tan Sho. s! lied Sh.i, :;. White Shoes! Him w 11 Shoes! Heavy Shoes! WHERE? School Shoes! Street Shoes! Dress Shoes! Traveling Shoes! Bicycle Shoes! Wedding Shoes! House Shoes! Calf Shoes! Kangaroo Shoes! Kid Shoes'. Colt Shoes! Goat Shoes! Cordovan Shoes! Grain Shoes! Nice Shoes! New Shoes, hut NO old Shoes. Yes, SHOES!!! If you are a Missourian, come in and let us show you. WHO? WILSON and WODLDRIDGE The Reliable Shoe Store. Fleming Block, PHOENIX, - - 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 siht; 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 at your home. Address J. A. Knight, Secre tary, Corcoran Building, opposite United States Treasury, Washington. D. G. The Chicago Store has received Its stock of fall goods and ladies are in vited to call and see them. Now- is the Time To Buy a First-Class Sewing Machine Cheap. We haven't room in our much crowded store for sewing ma chines and so have decided to close them out. The Conover Sewing Machines go ait $19.75. The Rartlett Ball Bearing Drop Head Sewing Machines, $24. S3. These machines are as good as the $43 or $33 machines usually sold by agents, and are never placed except with cash dealers. If you want a good sewing machine at prices heretofore unheard of in Arizona, come to ffcAVIDSON'S CASH BARGAIN STORE Everything from a safety pin to a first-class steel rane at bottom prices. FIt Doom Cut of TamtoMt. Telephone No. 238 Three rings. Boil nac. to Trade la ArlOd. wt ARE AGENTS PATTERNS y 4, PRICES TO 20 CTS. FIT BEST. MOST STYLISH CATALOGUES. FREE. OP TflM The following weather conditions pre vailing in l'hocnix yesterday were re ported by the I'niled States weather Imreuu: r::iil a. m. 3:!:o p. jn. liaroin. pressure 2!i.W L':t.!i:i Tein. dry bulb f;i .VI Tern. vt-; bulb 3:; til Tern, maximum S3 SS Tern, minimum fil 1 Rel. humidity 5S " ' "I Wind, direction E E Wind, velocity 2 .2 Precipitation 0 0 State of weather Clear. Clear L. M. DEY, JR., Observer. FOOTBALL PRACTICE. The foot ball men will meet this evening at 9:'M o'clock for practice in the. rear of the court house. A CALL FOR A DRILL. Members of the Uniform Rank. Knights of Pyth ias, are requested to asse.r.ble at the hall at 7:30 tonight to drill for the par ade tomorrow night on the occasion of the dedication of the hall. RALLY AT MESA. There will be a big republican rally at Mesa tonight and a number of good speakers will be present to discuss the issues of the hour. A special train will be run from Phoenix with a round-trip fare of 33 cents, which is cheap enough for any one to go and have a good time. There will be a big crowd from Phoenix, and a bigger one will greet them in Mesa. V BERNAL GETTING BETTER. Francisco Bernal, who was shot on Monday night while resisting arrest by Officer William Dowell and A. D. Item son, is likely to get well. He was much improved yesterday morning and con tinued to get better all day. The wound of his brother, shot at the sa'mc time, has been found to be a compara tively harmless puncture in the shoul der. PROBATE COURT. An account of the administrator of the estate of! Jehiel Hoople was filed yesterday and set for hearing on October 29. A p?ti tion was filed in the same estate for permission to sell real property. Let ters of administration of the estate of H. H. Campbell were issued to C. J. J Hall. Appraisers were appointed and notice to creditors was ordered pub lished. PROHIBITION COAT OF ARMS. The vignette of the prohibition party of the county was filed with the clerk of the board of supervisors yesterday and the ticket will be presented today, when the business of making up the ollicial ballot will probably be begun. The design of the vignette is a rising sun peeping across hill tops. There is printed upon the design "Stand fast for the right always." All this is sur rounded by the words 'Prohibition Party," and "Temperate in all things." TRIAL OF A DYNAMITER. A man by the name of John Doe will be tried today before Justice Gray for too much comprehensiveness and too little discrimination in fishing and for the wasting of giant powder in piscatorial pursuits. His operations were con ducted in the river below the city. The first objection to the use of dynamite in fishing is that it is unlawful and the second upon which the law is based that it is not economic of fish. The young and diminutive are sacrificed along with the big and mature, so that the fish supply of future generations is cut off. A PETRIFIED OYSTER. John Lewis, whom his many friends better know by the name of "Fore Paw," has outranked all discoveries of strange things in Arizona. His most valued pocket piece is a petrified or oxydeniz-?d oyster, found recently along the Agua Fria, a few miles above Frog Tanks. It was discovered in a prospect hole fifteen feet below the surface. There is no doubt that it Is an oyster, with nearly half the shell attached. This discovery proves 'that the sea used to cover a considerable part of Arizona, for everyone knows, who knows any thing at all about such things, that the oyster is not a land bird, and if he were he would choose some other land than the arid wastes of Arizona. YESTERDAY'S SCORE At the Gun club's practice shoot yesterday after noon the following scores were made, at singles: Aitken. 6. 9. 8, 9. 10, 10, !'; Dr. Wylie, 6, S, S. 6. 7. 9.; J. Graham. 7; Pinney, S, 9, 9, 5. 6, 7, 7; M. Graham, S. 7, 9, 10; Wilson, 8. S. 7. 9, S. Field shooting Aitken. 10; M. Graham, 10; Dr. Wylie, 6; Pinney, 7. Messrs Ait- Where Do You Buy Your Stationery? Have you tried Thomas' Drug Store? We give you MORE PAPER, a larger 'tablet and a better quality for your money than any place in Phoenix. Bring your Prescriptions and them filled accurately. have THOMAS' DRUG STORE. 20 E. WASHINGTON ST. JUST RLCFIVED Standard Patterns for November. Be sure and always get Standard Patterns. They are the best, for sale by Hie I tail Stationery & News Co 10 mid 12 W. Washington St. Talaohon 2B7. ken. Pinney, J. Graham and M. Gra ham leave this morning to represent the Phoenix Gun club in the Jerome tournament Friday, Saturday and Sun day. The Tucson and Hisbee teams will come in on the M. & P. train this n-orningr and leave at once for Jerome to attend the big shoot. GOLF ORGANIZATION. A meeting was held at the parlors of the Hotel Adams last night for the organization of a golf club. There was a large at tendance of lovers of this form of spoil. L. II. 'halmers presided over the a.ei t ing and :i finance committee, composed of Mrs. Webster Street and -Messrs. 1!. lleymnn and J. Hall was appointed. Otters or subscriptions of lo each have already been received from fifty mem bers. Among other things discussed last night was the name of the organ ization. It vill probably be called the "Country oTub.'" Golf has grown in favor in Phoenix within the last three years. The plans of those now inter ested in this movement involve the establishment of links as near the city as possible and the building of a club house. NEW CITY CHARTER. There was a meeting last evening in the council chambers of the members of the city council and the charter committee of the board of trade. The question of a new charter for the city was fully dis cussed and it was unanimously agreed that such a charter should ie prepared for presentation to the next legisla ture. It was decided to select a com mittee of nine citizens of Phoenix and request them to prepare the charter. The committee selected was J. W. Evans, H. H. McNeil. W. B. Lount. L. H. Goodrich, E. A. Fickas, J. W. Ren ham, Aaron Goldberg, G. H. N. Luhrs, and E. Sunderland. These gentlemen will meet next Monday evening at 7::!0 in the council chamber to organize for the work before them and there is no doubt their work will be satisfactory to the citizens of Phoenix. THE BUNCOING OF J. A. KURTZ. Mr. Louis AVeinman, secretary of the Fireman's Fund Insurance company of San Francisco is in town and thinks it is the most delightful town he has ovr seen. Mr. Weinman left San Francisco some weeks ago on a period of rec reation. He joined a party of Los An geles friends at Winslijw for a hunt in the Mogollons. There he determined to spend the rest of his vacation in central and southern Arizona. J. -. Kurtz took charge o.f him and sought to initiate him into the mysteries of quail shooting. They returned last night and Mr. Kurtz complained that he had been buncoed. He said he took Mr. Weinman out to shoot at quail but he actually shot and killed them. Mr. Weinman expected to spend several days here but he was met yesterday by. a special agent of his company, who gave him word that he was needed on the coast. He will leave tonight on a hurried visit to Tucson and Nogalea and will go then to Los Angeles. MAKING CAMPAIGN BADGES. Mr. J. A. Fulwiler, residing northwest of Phoenix and who, until recently, was an ardent advocate of Rryanism, has become a disciple of republicanism. Mr. Fulwiler has been prominently connected with the canal company, and at times has been prominent in demo cratic politics. His converson "was due to a peculiar incident. His change of mind was clue to a campaign, budge ana the badge was of bis own invention. Some time ago Mr. Fulwiler invented an emblem calculated for use as a democratic badge. The idea expressed on his ribbon did not suit his ideas of the expression of democratic senti ment and he abandoned hope of aiding the lost cause by his artistPc views and gave up his effort to get out his free silver sign. Instead he concentrat ed his endeavors on a republican badge and the result was a cut consisting of likenesses of McKin'.ey and Roosevelt, placed above a safe, labeled "Our choice, McKinley and Roosevelt, ex pansion, protection and gold basis," the whole upon a badge of golden ribbon. The badge has made quite a hit in (he east, and Mr. Fulwiler is now in Illi nois engaged in pushing its sale. Such an effect has Mr. Fulwiler's design had upon himself that he will shout for re publican principles this fall. o Mrs. Nannette Magruder is now ready to begin her physical culture work. She will have a clas through the winur, two evenings in the week composed of men and women. Mrs. Magrudtr will be at her home at ooS East Adams street, every afternoon be tween 2 and 6, except Saturday and Sunday, and will be glad to me:t those who are interested in the work. PERSONAL MENTION. C. W. Pugh, special census enumer ator, is expected home from 1'rescott this morning. , Miss Trowbridge, an artist from New Jersey, arrived in Phoenix yesterday and will open a studio here. G. E. Baldwin, who spent some time here last spring and later went ito Flagsiaff. returned to Phoenix yester day for the wint. r. PUTTING IT MILDLY. Judge Here, officer, this man says he was arrested for merely takin cold. Is that correct? unieer it is. your honor. He was stealing ice when I nabbed him. Chi cago News. New dressmaking Adams street. parlors, 4:! West MISS WINES. Having purchased the tonsorial par lors at 111 South Center street, I will be pleased to meet there my former friends and customers. R. B. STEVENS. Formerly at th Hotel Adams Shav ing Parlor. twenty years ago a young man who was then under eighteen years of age took out Endowment policy No. 227.711! in the Equitable society for $1.(11X1, and every year he has paid a premium of 4i.bb, until he has saved in all $).3.C0. This year, after being protected by as surance for twenty years, his policy matures, and with nothing further to pay, he has the option of receiving in cash $1,407.25, or a life policy for $3,200, payable at hia death. T. E. DALTON, Agent. ..Cold Storage.. If it's in market, you'll rind it at Buxton's. 15he LATEST PERSIMMON'S. 20 cents per lb. CHESTNUTS, 25 cents per lb. QUAIL, 10 cents each. TEAL DUCK and MALLARDS. NEW DILL PICKLES, 25c per doz. SHRIMPS. m COCKTAIL OYSTERS. NEUFCHATEL, GERMAN BREAK FAST and SIERRA FRENCH Ch-.eie, 10 and 15c per package. Mammoth IMPORTED OLIVES, r,0 and 25c per pint. MANZANILLA IMPORTED OL IViES. 2()o per pint. ARIZONA OLIVES. 25c per pint. Wholesale and Retail Oregon Apples No Better in tKe United Sta.tes. ..Cold Storage.. MY STORE WILL BE O f I n -fl I I T complete, or in iart. 9yLUY.U, l.y.lnni:ary. Tins of fers a line chance lor a WELL-EST ABLlsHEK Bt'SI NfcS.S to stiiit on. Poor health compells Zl E. F. KELLNER Miss Trowbridge, a well knowr. c.r tist oi experience and ability, will open a studio in the Fleming block, rooms 401-402, November 1. Wat r Color and Oil Painting, Sketching from nature. Fashionable dressmaking. Mrs. Earl, corner South Folii'.h avenue and Lin coln street. Dr. L. C. Gonzales, dentist, office up stairs in the Co; ten block, corner Wash ington and Center streets. Mrs. Baike's Ladies' Hairdresser. '.'"7 East Washington. A full line of noi.. t hair goods and the latest hair orna ments. Shampooing with distilled water, 25 cents and up. Miss Sims, dressmaker. 4S7 Third avenue. North The Chicago Store Will sell all this wetk golf skirts at $3.50 and $5 eac-h. Miss Powell, manicuring, hairdress ing, chiropody and facial treatment. Scalp treating a specialty. Room 1, Gooding Block, opposite Adams hotel. Ladies You are all invited to ca"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. A nioe line of white organdy party dresses is now on exhibition at the Chi cago Store. Ladies are invited to call and inspect them. We Keep Abreast of the Times in photo scock as well as bicycles. We g t all the latest novelties in photo goods as soon as they are ou; and keep as complete a stock as any house west of Chicago. If you want to pay up to date visit us and let us show you the latest novelties, including our late style mounts. Don't forg ; our Brownie camera for the children. nly $1. F. L ANDREWS & SON 73ICYCL.ES sporting goods KODAKS. The H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO Be Your Own landlord. New 5-room brick house with bath, best location, $1250, $J00 cash, balance monthly. AN INVESTMENT: Two houses, now renting for $336 a year, will sell for $2250, Former price, $3500. 10 acre ranch, with water right under Grand Canal, only $600. & & & J Weirick & Latham, 32 North yi.ot Avenue. Telephone 2201. For Fire and Accident Insur ance, Loans, and Bargains in Real Estate. PALACE OF FASHION .We liavo just received a 'arso line ic Fall Sjltings, Overcoatings and Trouserings; over 4o0 different t: styles to select from. We shall continue our low prices, 25 per cent less than any other first class house in the territory. A. MENDELSCN, FINE TAILORING. Leader in style, quality nail low price. 110 V.". Washington St., Near P. O. Every Afternoon, Sundays Excepted. O'NEIIi. HALL. SKATING RINK PK0GH.AMKE. Monday evenirg, dancing school. Admission, 50 cents. Tuesday evening, skating. Wednesday evenin1'?, dance Thursday .evening, ekaiing. Friday evening, skating (for ladies and escorts only.) Saturday evtning, skating. LANGSRTETII k COBB MANAGERS. The strength of u lion has been shown lo average only 00 per cent of the strength of a ttg-.'f. 4i eg- "S8 MOW ON SALE I McDougaIfiage Company. J? Exclusive Furnishers. AS Next Door to Santa Pe Ry. Office BATING HAT FALL Johnston & Murphy's Men's Fine Shoes . Usually sold for Seven Dollars. We sell them for 8ix. We are willing to sell three pairs at a reasonable profit rather than to make the same profit on one pair. BETTER E08 YOU, BETTER FOR US. NO. 8 W. t For Money Making Pointers See my list of Eusiness 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 COME AND SEE ME. 4 i 4 J. ERNEST WALKER, NOTARY PUBLIC. 'Phone 50. HIBBABD o 1 n f i . we nave cnmDea to der in the Carpet t p 111 ' 4 y STEP BY STEP 3 4 praise. Further inspection only strength- fl ens the opinion formed at first blush. Our nrices are ficures that talk: Wool Incrrains w M from 50C. per yard; J.OC. per yard. B. Heyman Season Wide Open CANDIES, OYSTERS, LIGHT LUNCHES. Visit Our Enlarged Establhhment 205-H W. "Wash-Ifigfion St. & iVIUNSON, suceessbth0Ahtco. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS. tS JUST RECEIVED. 0 Buggies and HOLD HICKORY WAGONS. I 1 PRATT, Gilbert & Co. AGENTS, 30-34 t f mm f M 5 fw s - I DR. GEO. B. PRATT Arizona's Loading- Optician. " WASHINGTON STREET Phoenix, Arizona. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS. 14 and 16 South Second Avenue, BUILDING. 0009Q0C900000 ACORN STOVES -AND- STEEL RANGES e Cost no more and last long er than others. ; Come and see them at Talbot HoliWs. 1 . t . r.t i t tne top or me iaa- w. Trade, Our display of patterns presents j. a forest of novel ties. The colors, the combinations, and the materials in which they are worKea out are so Mattings, nice patterns, S ' Furniture Co. SOUTH FIRST STREET. The Reading Face Watc-h and you will find that eiKht readers out of ten are expanding phy.-. ioal energy in useless face and eye) contortions. Facial gymnastics may be "habit.' but there is always a cause for "hab;:." In seven of the eight eas?s tiie "reaN ing face" is the direct result of ea strain. I adjust glasses which remove " the cause, prevent premature wrinkles ami preserve good looks for the future. Telephone 209, Ford Hotel Block.