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THE ARIZONA KEPUBLICA1T: TTITTR S DAY HORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1900.
WHAT? SHOES! LITTI-n SHOES! NARROW SllOKS! INFANTS' SHOES! GIRLS' SHOES! LADIES- SHOES! BIG SHOES! BROAD -HOES! CHILD'S SHOES! BOYS' SHOES! MEN'S SHOES! Lace Shoes! Button Pongresa Shoes! Buckle Shoe! Light Shoes! Black Shoos! Tan Shoes! Rod "White Sh.i's! Hroun Shoes! Shoes! Shoes' Shoes! Shoos. I l.a y 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, but NO old Shoes. Yes, SHOES! ! ! If you are a Missourian, come in and let us show you. WHO? WILSON anu WOOLDRIDGE The Reliable Mioc 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 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 $500 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 I'nited Statei Treasury, Washington, D. C. Professor H. Cresswell Phaw, teacher of piano, violin, etc. Apply Jenkins' Music Store. The Chicago Store has received its stock o fall goods and ladies are in vited to call and see them. To Buy a First-Class Sewing Machine Cheap. We haven't room in our much crowded store for sewing ma chines nnd so have decided to close them out. The Conover Sewing Machines go ait $19.75. The P.artlett P.all Bearing Drop Head Sewing Machines, $24. S5. 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 DAVIDSON'S CASH BARGAIN ST0RL F.verything from a safety pin to a rnst-ciass steel raiiije at bottom prices. F1t Doors Cut of PoaUMM. Telephone No. 236 Three ring. dual fl': to Trd4 111 Aflsujft. ARE AGENTS y X PRICES FIT BEST. MOST STYLISH CATALOGUESlfREL WHERE? Now is I the Time1 WE JSLEVS OP TJlH niOEN-IX WEATHER. The following weather conditions pre vailing iii I'honix yesterday wore re Ported ly Hit? I'nin-U Sl alert weather lniivaii: I .ri:Srt a. m. K:20 p. in. I I !:l r.oil. pi', .-sin ,. L'!l.!l.'i J'.l.SV I T. in. dry bun, :,i; si Telil. Wol bulb Ill T.i'i Ti 111. maximum ..' m Mj Tern, minimum 3'! P.el. humidity 42 IS Wind, direction E N Wind, velocity C 3 Precipitation 0 0 State of weather Clear. Clear, L. M. DEY, JR., Observer. TWENTIETH CENTTRY DAXCE. The Twentieth Century Dancing club will give its regular dance Saturday night at the Paget hall. WILL WED TODAY. A marriage license was issued yesterday to Mark Redden and Jennie H. Dorothy. They will be married this r.-orning. THE THEATER. "T n Nights in a Bar Room" drew an audience of fairly large proportions to the Parris theater last evening. "I'mle Tom's Cabin'' is the attraction for this evening. HAD NO LICENSE. Daniel Brown, a p 'ddler. was arrested yesterday while plying his Had. in ihe west pari of tliM ciiv. He ha- been peddling for some lime wilhoiii a license and wiil be tried today. VISITED RESERVATION. Vest r day the visiting pastors to the Presbv ti rian synod visited the Pima and M u -ioorn Indian r, servat ions and were. shown the results of missionar oik i among the redskins. RALLY AT N XI ALES. Mr. J. C. Adams, chairman of the republican territorial central committee, will leave tonight for Nogales. where a big repub- liean rally will be held on Saturday night, when Mj Adams will be one of j venienc-s. the speakers. ANNOYED CHILDREN. One Yre- SHOOT THIS AFTERNOON. The 'ltiar. a Portuguese, who has been Phoenix Pun club will have a blue- about the city for some time, was ar rock shoot at its grounds this afternoon rested yesterday by Officer Dowel! and at :t o'clock. Lical ard visiting sports- taken into Recorder Jobs' court on a men, whether members or no;., a re charge of vagrancy. Yrequar is a fa- invited. The annual tournament will miliar figure lie held n.-xt year In Phoenix, and Llhis long Ida is not too early now to begin pract'ee. A TEA PARTY. Tile opening tea of the Ladies' Aid society of the I'resb.v- terian church will be held in the church parlors tomorrow Friday. I evening. Gentlemen are especially in vited. A novel feature of the evening's pleasure will be the sale by auction of the pottery and baskets made by the 1'ima Indians and eon! ributt-d by the.n to Kethany chapel. MOVI'D INTO CAPITOL. In a few days to." leniiorial auditor will re move his offices to the eapitol and to. : balance of the other olfices will be moved soon. The governor and seere 'tary are well settled in their new quar ters and the building lias begun to take on a somewhat lively appearance. Plans are already under discussion for the formal opening of the building and it is likely that a large reception and ball at the beginning of the legislative s, s.-ion w ill serve to dedicate the struc ture. PUOISATK COl'KT. Tn the loaf er of the guardianship of Ethel Ho -fer. the annual a -count was read and up- i proved. In the matter of the psl.iu of j Win K. Johnson, a petition L'.jr sale of personal property was filed an order issued. In the matter of I ne ' estate of Charles I. Douglas, a hear;'g was had on the linal accoui.t of S. P. Hoi fer. ailmini - trat.ir. and the admin istrator and his bondsmen were dis charged. A decree of settlemt it of a count was issued. In ithe mat'tr of the estate of Charles A. Sealock a hearing was had on the final account and an order issued discharging the admin istrator. 1IKATH OF J. J. I'.RAN'XAN. Mr. J. .1. lliannan of Chi, ago. who came here about three we, ks ago suffering from lung ti nible. died about 'J o'clock yesterday morning at his rcoms on North Center street. He was 39 years of age and a w-ll know n Chicago busi ii.iK man. !) ing a director and treas urer of the Siegel Cooper company of that city. Whin It was known that the end was rapidly drawing n.ar the relatives and1 business associates of Mr. Urannan were notified and Mr. Cooper left at once for Phoenix. A tel egram announcing the death intercept ed him at Las Vegas. N. M. Under taker A. J. P.ra 11 -y was instructed to ship the remains to Chicago, and Mr. Where Do You Buy Your Stationery? Have you tried Thomas' Drug Store? We give you MOItF. PAPF.P., a larger tablit ami a better quality for your money than any place in Phoenix. Pring your Prescriptions and have them filled accurately. THOMAS' DREG STORE. 20 t. WASHINGTON ST. JUST RLCF1 Standard Patterns for November. Be sure and always get Standard Patterns. " They are the Lest, for sale by rbe 1 1108 qix S tatios ery & News Co 10 and 12 V. Washington St. Teiaplions Z07. Cooper will await their arrival in Lis Vegas. The remains will be sent this morning. es-orted by Miss J. J. War it n. FRATERNAL SOCIABILITY. The I'nited Moderns held a very enjoyable social dan. e and reception in Pythian hall Tuesday night, and last night the Eoi-esters held a similar function in the Padget hall, which was well attended and enjoyed by all. WICKKNr.rRC, MINES Dr. J. M. Evans, general manager, and William J. Mrassburg.r. secretary of ihe Key stone 'o.ier :i ii.l Cold Mining com pany, wiih lo op, i i v near Wioki-nhur!. are in low ii on business. They ivp.n I opera l ions very m, very a.iive ;iM,l s.nisfa.- lory in thai ,iisi i id. PEARS OF LA ROE traordinary spe, iinon i tits of pear culture in valley is on exhibition SIZE. An cx f the possibili the Salt River in a local fruit store. It consists ol one small twig, the t pounds. They weiv eleven pears on tal wfihin five picked from the Orme orchard, west of the cily. liLRNING RPBEISH. t'.il. Dl.nein of Washington, p. C, a spu-ial a sent of the Indian department, is visitingthe Phoenix Indian school, his special bus iness at this time being the condemn ing and burning of old proper, y that has passed the age of usefulness for any purpose whatever and which con stantly accumul.it! s around an institu tion of that kind. DISTRICT COl'RT. The attention of the district court was occupied all day yesterday with the suit between the Cobra Giande Copper company and Greene, Mitchell, et al. The clerk of the court at Arizpe, Sonora, testified as to his records, and Con o'K,efe, wit ness for the plainiilT company, was on Ihe stand all day. The case will be taken up again this morning al U o'clock. NE'.V SANITARIPM. A tweiity acro tract of land has been pure'.ias d two miles north of Phoenix on Central aveiiu- on which Dr. Stone and Mr. Archer, i wo ge.il loiaen x. ho have fullv tested the climax of this valley con t mp!ate the erection of a sanitarium. It is proposed to build a numbrr of cot tages for the use of patrons, that t":v sick may be in a measure separat 'd. though all onjoyir.3 1 1 .-, 5vn? .-on- to most people and with k hair c.mld easily be taken for an Indian. The poli had been ncitied that Yrequar has been annoying the children at the schoo's. particularly the girls, and he was questioned aomit ins taping i ir enn- ',li-..n in i-nnrl ve-tevtlav. through an 'en in interpreter he managed to explain that he was a tinker by trade, repairing any.hing fi-.-in brooms . to sewiag ma chines and that he endeavored to keep on fri-lldly t-rms with the children that lie might obtain the patronage of their parents. The poli.-e believe him Insane. F. L K ! " T I O X PA It APH K! tX ALIA. Clerk John Cray of the board of su pervisors has the baiiot boxes for the twenty-nine voting precincts of this county all ready for ilistrile.it ion when the time conies, with ihe name of tin-precin.-t painted on each box. He has adopted a plan to facilitate the early gathering of election returns that will be a ast improvement over the old time method of getting the news from the neighbors who gei their informa tion from hearsay. He will place in each box an envelop;, address,, d to himself, with the request that the varioti.-. election boards till out a blank 1, ..,!... .1. ....1... .....1 ..-..i.l it and pjn w ith the box. He can then get prac the j ticaily official figures without wailing for the official counting by the board, whieh comes some weeks later. SLAUGHTFIt OF CAMK The sound j of the 'breech-loader is heard in the land and from all sides come stories of fine sport among quail and ducks. Large numbers of quail are being brought to market, one man yesterday selling nearly l"i, which he killed ten miles northwest of the city. Despite tiie vigilance of (lame Warden C.ibson. , t j nail traps are being used in all parts ; of the valley. In m,.st cases a figure J 4 trap is used, and many a bird falis victim to the seductive and innocent looking death box. An Indian residing east of Phoenix has brought in more cjtiail than any other one man, but a large number of his birds are killed hy his sons. Along the same line it was noted that the first morning after the quail season opened there were hun dreds of them for sale in this city by 9 o'clock. The infe! ence is that some one opened the quail season before the law did. Who, is not known, but it can hardly be beli veil that so many were brought down with a shotgun in three hours after the season opened. Don't forget the c'.aaee at O'Neill hall every Wednesday r.ignt. Masqu-, rade. Wednesday, October "d. Call at the hail and g t invitation?. LONGriTltF-TH & COBB. PERSONAL MENTION. I.. W. rt. cd T. W. Sic war 1 Fin Worth. Temp,-, are ; . and Com- 'the merciul hotel. Uegisiered at the Hotel Adams yes terday were S. M. fhattue. Denver: Mrs. D. Manheimcr. Chicago; It. I! F.uimisler and wife, I're.acoil; J. J Fast'.er and family. Denver: Jame Jtooster. Helltown, Tex.; W. S. Durke-.-New York; -M. W. Kales. Oakland. fSKcrtF.TABY I tool AT CAXToX. i.'jnion, Oct. -1. lent arrived here w days' v;Mt at -Secretary and Mrs. this morning for a the M'-'Kinh v home. y"e lend money on improved real es tate for ourselves and others, on most favorable terms. The Evans Loan & Investment Co. HL'NTINi! PAItTlKS Will do weil to i jusult with Mr. K. W. (".illett. genei.il agent of the S. F. P. P. l.'aiUvay comiiany. 44 West Wi ington sirect, cily, who can assi-t sh- directing them to g, od (uail and rab- bit huiKing grounds within easy reach and al low rates of fare ,nriniiiiiwiiiww Cold Storage ressed oiltry Just glance in our cold son age display cas s at any time and see the assortment we carry. Ail our dr s: drawn, heads off, pan. ed fowl ready for are the offer today wild ducks. 40 cents; spring chicken. ."0 cents: liens, roasting, r.o . nls: large IVUiii ducks. ciiis: s p, 1 ill'esse pound. I link, is Market Cold MY STORE WILL BE SOLD OUT m"ui orin iar " .V-Vw1 I iv .lunuHry. This of fers line eii.-iuce for a WliLIESTABLISHEI) III'.SI X fc'SS to t:irt iu. Poor health conii-ells me lo rv next yea E. F. KELLNER Miss Trowbridge, a well known ar tist of experience and ability, w ill opt n a studio in the Fleming block, rooms l'zl-4x'. November 1. V.'ati r Color and Oil running, SUetchinr: from nature. Fashionable corner South coin street. dressmaking. Mrs. Earl, Fourth avenue and Lin- Dr. L. C. Conzafes, dentist, office up stairs in the Coittn block, corner Wash ington and Center streets. Mrs. I'.aikc's Ladies' Hairdresse Fast Washington. A fuil line of i hair goods and the latest hair i ments. Shampooing with dis water, IT) cents and up. Miss Sims, dressmaker. 4S7 North Third avenue. The Chi. rolf so Store will sell iirts at $:;rr,j and all this $3. each. uetk Mtes Powell, ing, chiropody Scalp treating Cooding Block, manicuring, hairdress and facial treatment, a specialty. Room 1, opposite Adams hotel. Ladies You are all invited to cr'l and see the Chicago Store's elegant stock of tailor made suits; also the largest assortment of tdlks and mater ials. Our work speaks for itself. 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. Eastman's Brownie Takes a picture this si: t L. ANDREWS & SON BICYCLES SPOETIKG GOODS KODAKS. t ".I . Rep'...!,!.',', (r.,i III .c.vii'e i'iior,. & an.l of p-.-riVi-i iiiiiii;,;-. Tin rami 1,1 is we'd made, simpie to use, and I ti I LOADS IN P.VYI.IOIIT. with il,.,s for eg. I ! six pictures. ig Any boy or girl can use them. Price, eg. SI. 00. Film cartridges for six expos- tires, l.-ic. g, 4 J5hoe H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO., NO-8 w- Be Your Own Landlord. New 5-room brick house with bath, best location, $1250, $ 1 00 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. ? Weirick & Latham, 32 North T.cat Avenue. Teleplone 2201. For Fire and Accident Insur ance, Loans, and Bargains in Kea Estate. PALACE OF FASHSON Tiiere fi-iding of conifort in be- ing well too. Put i-lotht s c of a tuiii dressed and perhaps pride, that i-! pardonable if the mio from here. The wan-r made by us can feel that he is one of the best dressed men in town. We tarry a large line of vicunas, chev iots, unfinished worsted, woolens of all descriptions. Our prices are always per cent less than any other first-class house in the territory. A. MEKBELSON, FliiE TAILORING. Lender in style. iu:il;ty a-l low trk-e. 116 V. "Va?hins:onxPt., X?ar P. O. Every Afternooii, Sundays Excepted. O'NSH-i. HALL. SKATING SINK PROGRAMME. Monday evening, dancing school. Admission, 50 cents. Tuesday evening, skating. Wednesday evening, dance Thursday evening, skating. Friday evening, skating (for ladies and escorts only.) Saturday evening, skating. LONQSTRtTH & COBB MANAGERS. DEI MEL LINEN-MESH UNDERWEAR WILL BE SOLD HEREAFTER IN ALL SIZES AT $6.50 per sun. f- 5 We l.li..V ,l,is l.-est u nderu'ea r ir ket lieu.-!' .h:m wool. If you ar. o l,e the ihe marie- lin-st Vo! obi. ask llio.-,. v. !io it. V- wiil yivt ytiu tiitMf nani'.'S, All as'i"'' thru it prevents' ihe wvavt-r t3 H-liing; t-o'ul. McDouga!Oage Cofflpaoy. "K9 ! -&i Exclusive Furnishers. Next Door to Santa Fe Ry. Office uJ ft mw sr ATING Johnston & Murphy's Men's Fine Shoes. Usually solil for Seven Dollars. We tell t hem for Six. We are willing to sell tliree airs at a reasonable profit rather than to make the same roiit on one pair. BETTER FOR YOU, BETTER FOR US. J For Money ; See my list of Business Chances, Bargains in lical Estate, Houses and Stores for rent and pretty near everything else in the money making line. I can aleo insure you in the best companies, or loan you money at the best r Elites COME AND SEE ME. 4 i i i J. ERMEST WALKER, NOIASY PUBLIC. 'Phone 50. HIBBAKD f ,; : i g- '" "jn I 'mi I nil I.' i 'i " I llll ' 7l TRUST IS BUSTED." We got there, as visual, in time to buy at bankrupt prices, and now comes your turn, We are going to close out a good many patterns to make room for our Twentieth Century Wall Now you get the Pick. When we tell gains, you know 1 w?&yt&r&4&'?&' r ' -s s'vt. eason i 5 i&M i Wide C CANDIES, OYSTERS, LIGHT LUNCHES. Visit Out Enlargei Establish meet 2C5-J 1 W. Washisgtcn St. HANNA & MUNSON, ST.P WHOLESALE AND IlETAIL, HAKUFACTUKERS. I Farmers' Implements and Carriages. Pli-'O HAHKOWP. fTLTIVATOHS. PLOWS, etc., and a large and varied assortment of Surri s, top buggies and open road wagons. Be fore buying cr.ll and inspect our stock. South First Street, west side of Cite Hall. PRATT, Gilbert & Co. AGENTS, 30-34 SOUTH FIRST STREET. WEST SIDE OF CITY HALL. i Li v"'r "V SWI STREFT Making Pointers j r REAL ESTATB, INSURANCE AND LOANS. 14 and 16 South Second Avenue. BUILDING. G o o ACORN STOVES -AND- STEEL RANGES Cost no more and last long er than others. Come and see them at Talbot MMi THE Mr O Paper purchases. Later you get the Remnants. you we have bar- what that mea,ns. FraniesThatDo Not Fit M.iy do a le: s , y, s. should, tii, of the lorn that re-civ a ; 1 1 m 1 i . 1 f to r.cikc m; Jlassi s t of harm flames your pi icc t as they ih es reel', Tees,. .;-h ci'is- -i lit- full benefit "little things" anl pain-iak.ng n: me are ihe ones lhat go glass -s so iv, SI liked. lit .any eye. any no any face, in.v purse. DR. GEO. B. PRATT Arirona'x X,nt dtn- Optlrlnn. Telephone 2UB, Ford Hotel Clock. T V