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THT5 ARTOHA KEPTTBT.TCAIT: TTJES DAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1900.
There's Only One SECOXD-CLASS SHOE STORE in Phot-nix, but then there are people nai ivouimi i k io any omei i" r.r shoos. I There's Only One More ill town lli.u sells NKTTI.KTriS' SHoKS and I here an- hundreds "f iiH-n hat Wouldn't wear any other Kiii-1. There's Only One place, in Phoenix where TORREY, CURTIS & T1RRELL shoes are sold, and in the medium and high irrade shoes their equal can't be shown in the city. There's Only One E. F. REED & CO. that makes shoes for us. and thre is hardly a lady In Phoenix that hasn't worn some of them. Thfy're all right. There's Only One price on our shoes and when you pay Jfi.OO or $3."0 or $1.00 for a shoe, you know that your neighbor pays the ame price. There's Only One Wilson &Wooldridge They're at 110-112 W. Washington Street, Phoenix. Another Swell Mirror Given Away. That swell Col onial Gold Man tel Mirror on xhil.tion in our main show -windc.w Cnmj in and we will t II y..u a 1 I ab.ur it at BALKE'S OPEN EVENINGS 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 at $19.75. The Bartlelt Ball Bearing Drop Head Sewing Machines, J24.S3. These machines are as good as the $43 or tZo machines usually sold by ! agents, and are never placed except with oash dealers. If you want a good sewing machine at prices heretofore unheard of in Arizona, come to mVIDSON'S CASH U BARGAIN ST0RL Kverything from a safety pin to a first-class steel range at bottom prices. FiT Doom Kurt ! Poatff M, Telephone No. 236 Three ring. nSMl run to Trtda la Arlioas. 1VE ARE AGENTS ' PRICES 5To2o CTS- FIT BEST. MOST STYLISH CATALOGUES FP.EE. if i i Op TpH THE WEATHER. i.o.-.n ii.my Weather Report Arizona Republican. for The Koit . aM t.,r i..d.iy l-iir .in.l -..!. r. I'.ila t..r L'4 hours .nding s p. m. y i-r.lay: 1Ynitt-raliir ; Ieirtute lit-iarture from miic . Normal . .Ian. 1, l'.HJO MKAN NOKMAL l ; " ..V27 .Maximum temperature. 74: minimum temperature. , Av.ras- relative humidity. ;'4 per cent. Total precipitation. 0. Character of day. clear. L. M. PET, JR., Observer. POLITICS IN PIM . William F. Crump left last night f r Tue.-.m. where h-.- will address a big me-ting1 to b? held on the city plaza in the inter est of the republic in ti.-ket KANSAS PICNIC The lt-feuiar an nua Kansas reunion wiil be held in the grove in the school yard in Tempi-. All candidates for "Pice are invit.d. but art rtoues'.cJ t.i bring their lunch with them the same .is ota r people. VAN Kli:K-V.!T,HX.- Furman P. Van Kirk ani N'it':ie Vaughn were united in marriage last night by Jus tic? Johnstone. Roth are well known in Photnix. Mr. Van Kirk is a pros perous ranch owner living a few miles north of the city. Ft'NERA L OF JO.SEPH COOK. The funeral of Joseph Cook will be held '.his afternoon 'at 3 o'clovk at the family rsiJeue on North Fifth av enue. The lical Masonic lodge, of which Mr. W. W. C-ok is a member, will act as an escort. A MIXING OF DATES. It was an nounced a day or two ago by this pa per that the normal and Indian school fjot ball team.- would content fjr hon ors at Phoenix park next Sunday. This was erroneous as the date s-'t ia next Saturday, November 3. HELD TO THE GRAND JURY. Th examination of Frank Doyle and Robert Lee. tw hobos for the burg lary of the house of W. P. Rradford. took place in Justice Johnstone's cout yesterday. '3oth df ndants were heM to the grand jury. A part of the plun der found in their possession has not been identified yet. j A HI NTING I'ARTY. A party con- j sisting of Mr. and Mrs. Cusart, Mr. and Mrs. ltaybon. Mrs. Russell. Miss Lukin. Mr. Meyer Runsii k and Mr. j Max Ruivick. having d clared war, against the ducks and quail, took a J trip down 'the river Sunday on a hunt- j ing expedition. They had a fine time; and brought back a number of quail and ducks. PROBATE COI'RT. An inventory and aprraisement of rhe estate of L. H. Orme was tiled in probate court yesterday. The e.-tate amounts to j about S'jQ.OOO, -of which an accumulated : life insurance policy amounting to I $12 .nert is one f:em. An annual inven- tory of the estate of E. P. Hayden was j also filed. The hearing of the annual account of the administrator of the estate of J. H. Hoopie was set for to day. The luaiing of the final account and a petition for dis.-harge in 'the es tate of J. L. Petty will also be heard today. The hearing of the final ac count of the administrator of the es tate of Andrew Nealon was c ntinul until November 9. THE GOOD TEMPLARS. At the r gular session of Garden Valley lodge last night the following officers w-re elected: Chief templar, Oscar o. Par let: vice-templar. Miss Laura Irwin: secretary. R. R- Cree; financial secre tary. H. F. Ciuih: tr asurer. John Kelley: marshal. Frank Henn tt. It was decided to give a public social on Monday night. November 12. Refresh ments will be servtd at the close of the x-ri.-es. This will be the first s eial of the season given by the Coo l Templars, but they announce that they will hold pui lij meetings during the seas n at lea-t one a month. D le gates were also le. -o-d last night to the session of the district lodge to be he' 1 in Phoenix on Saturday, -November P. PATItloTrS.M IN PHOENIX. If there was as much feminine patriotism spread ov r the I'ni'ud States to the extent of thickn-ss with which it ex ists in Phoenix this would be a still better country than it is. Some weeks atro a young man who had b--en an Where Do You Buy Your Stationery? Have you tried Thomas' Drug Store? TVe give you MORE PAPER, a larger tablet and a better rpaality for your money than any place in Ph'R-nix. Bring your Prescriptions and have them filled accurately. THOMAS' 'DREG STORE. S0 C. WASHINGTON ST. JUST RLCFIVED Standard Patterns for November. Be sure and always get standard Patterns. They are the best, for sale by flie rhoenix Stationery & Ness Go 10 and 12 W. Vashlngton St. Tslephona 207. assistant engineer on the" Olympia came to Phoenix suff ring from con sumption, toe result of exposure and overwork that famous morning in Ma nila bay. He had very little money, but expected a pension soon. HL money did not last quite as long as his life and patriotism is not as swift in th- pension office as it is in Pv nix. Poverty was beginning to add to ;h di.-comforts of disease endured by one of Dewey's heroes. Whtn his case was made known to two or thiv- Iadi. s thy set about seeing what couid be d lie for him. They spent all day of Sunday !n Milking arrangemmts for his a Iniissio'i to a llospii.i !. Mti.l tool nielli ho a lan-le.1 in 'lie new I'iio.--nix bospiia!. w tiej- his fatiire on eai th. though not a very long one. is assured. I ARIZONA ALL RIGHT. D. Tur ner, who recently returned from Nome City, made a tour of the orchard and nursery region of s nuhern California on the way hom He sav? that Ari zona is all right and r.eed not be j. al ous of her cosL competitor. In the ma'.ter of orange tri es he says ihe or ange Ian i of this country is superior to that of California and there is nior. of it here thn most pe ipi. bt -litve. Rather, there is much land th.it will grow oranges and lemons success fully when properly cared for. that many now beli -ve is too much expos- d to sever, weather. In proot or in stateinent he referred to a. valley a mile or t iv. wide and several miles long that was considered at the time of his form r resid-nce in California to be utterly w n thless by reason of poor soil and bleak location. Now it is one vast lemon grove and a veri table mint to its owner. Arizona, h says. has much land better situated than that is that nobody will look a:. As f ;r irrigation, he says what is need id ho"? is better methods. M ire water is wasted here than is used in Califor nia. As for tlowos. California is not in it with 'the possibilities of this val ley. o We lend money on improved real es tate for ourselves and others, on most favorable terms. The Evans Loan & Investment Co. PERSONAL MENTION Mi. and Mrs. C. V. Long of Los An geles are at Uk Hottl Adams. George E. Sanders of Vi:krnbrrg is at the Hotel A .ams. S. Nelson and V. Nl?on of Chicago rcgistert 1 at the H-:el Adams y;st--r-day. Mrs. G.orgc W. Trout of Chi.-ago. with her son Philip, is .isiting her si--t- r. Mis. I'e '.le Sa kc.. W. E. D fty. th- w. ll k:-. wn mkiiing ni.in. arrived in town !a.-t nigh; from a t:ip to the Harqiia Ha'.as. T::e!ir.e- !; .l ion, a .ominent l:l- :n-h.-r :: the Te.so.-. bar. I'inis i t-i:i y.'tei-day as a memi r of the corps of attorneys in the Cobre Giande use. Ptuart Hohson's "Oliver n jM;.ii;h." which f "n t- be prc-s-?n.rfl in thi? c-iiy. has jJ?t en;er;il up'-n a pnous f iriniiih'.'s m.if.is ni-rt at ihe Columbia th aier. fan Fra nr-i?. i. Mr. Tlofcson. has r.ot b-en f-oa.-;w:Ej f-.r three seann?. but his su!-.r.; in ih at in th- Ausiustus Th mias' play wriit-n arnun 1 th- litV of "Oliver Gr.ld.ni:ta'' ha- 1: n h;r?.ll'il far ami wide. It will be a foam; f si.isfa. tijn t this .ielishtful piayer's numer ous f illowinsr to know thai in this production he ha fund a greater tri umph than any i lay or part he has s sayed during his l.n an I honorabi. oar ;r upon ilie American staae. The productir.n of "Oliver Goldsmith" as it will be s-en hrre. is iden'ti.-ally the fame as at its original con." prion: Mr. Ilcb.-'in V.rinslus a carl.-ad of scenery an 1 properti s and practically the -arn5 company a- was ?e-n at th inception of this o!.is-i'- play. NOTK'K. The members of ti:e Y.ianpr Men's Itepubli-. an lub a;., i eiut-si-d to at-t- p. l the .-i-an.I raily at T-.-ir.p and M-:?a W on.sday. (ii-inl,-.r ::l. The train leaves at 1 p. ro. SHII1LEY CHIUSTY. I're.-i lent. iMXH'.iiE I.. ci; isvknth:. Se.-r" tary. M. K. church, s nuh. will give elec tion day dinn.r in ;h n.-w J.mtf 1.1. K-k. rn-r Wa-liiiist :i sn:l C'-nif-r stre 1 Donkey s .cial to be given at Jis::i. t i 14. HailoweVn. Vedne?i.ia'. 1 1. -r 1. K v e ry bo 1 y invited. If the pres.-:-.: rid. r of a Hoffman bike w.ll tall at Capitol mills he will be feiven another wheel in exchange fr that. AYant d A sU.idy. reliable boy f..r perman-nt situation. Mut be not less than 11 years "id and not afraid to work. Call at business office of Re publican V.dsh rabbit is the fad fur the ev-n-ings at Clark's. It's m ist delicious. We are open until midnif;iit to serv,- you. The Panta Fe limit d train will again be put into servc-e N'.iv mU.r 7. Sh -will be a hummer, compared with which some of th se "finest trains b tivoi.n the Atlantic and Pacific oceans" wiil look like "thirty cents." Have set the pa:e for twenty years and are still the leaders in style, strength, and ease of running. The parutuiar naer win nave nothing else. CHAIN MODELS - - S50.00 CHA1MESS S75-00 E. L. ANDREWS & SON, BICYCtES. KODAKS. SPORTING GOODS. FLipe Navel 'ranges Strawberries Blackberries R-ipc Persim mons Fivncy Bananas Oregon Apples Nutmeg CoLntalopes Ripe 3a.rtlett 5T Corneshon G: Fresh. Arizona. Defies Per box 25c. R-edondo Carnations eceived Daily. ixtoiVs, j FOil i:n.'T Tiv.i st iv room with bast-Mi hi ur biiildinyr. i.ctiii 'ash!r.!.n anil Fourth ir.- t.-. I.mv-I K'.iXtoll : in. MY STORE WILL BE SO L D O U T '"n:"' ' i ft-ra tine i-hanne i'..r a WELI.-ESTABLIS" EI j KL'r-IXtSS to trt ou. Poor lcaltll i-i::.Jm ' E. F. KELLNERi ROSES r Ail th - ch.,!. van t: s American j lleauty. I.i Fian v. etc. ri-'livered I in any par: "f nun. Mail or.l is i I f-i!ici:t-d. I. rave irc-!-s with 1": it Hui.-tt. ilrufrsitT.-. T. I phon - : . or call m Miss Mary S. Welch, West Capitol Addition. j All kinds of ar.srJen work on reasin iaijlc terms. O-d rs hj iked for ros- plants for January tl-livery. Leave or i'.us with 12'jxt-m A: i. Miss Trowbridge, a well knovn ar tist of experience and ability, will open a studio in the Flemins block, rooms 401-4"-'. November 1. Wat. r Color and j oil I'uiutins. Sketching from nature Fashionable Gressmakinjj. Mrs. Karl, corner South Fourth avenue and Lin coln street- Dr. L. C. Conzates, dentist, ofTice up stairs in the Co'.ten block, corner Wash ington and Center streets. Mrs. Ealke's Ladies' Hairdresser, 207 East Washingtun. A full line of toilet hair goods and the latest hair orna ments. Si.amiionir.g with distilled water, 2 cents and up. Miss ?in.s. dressmaker. 4S7 Xcrth Third avenue. The Chicago Store will sell all this wctk g-olf skirts at JiJ.6- and $ each. 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 cr'l and see the Chicago Store's eleganc stock of tailor made suits; also the largest assortment of silks and mater ials. Our work speaks for itself. A nice line of white organdy party dress. s is now on exhibi.icn at the Chi cago Store. Ladies are invited to call and inspect them. Bicycles TPAJ1E H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO., NO-3 w- Be Your Own Landlord. New 5-room brick house with bath, best location, $1250, $100 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. & jfi jfi Weirick & Latham, 32 Berth Fi-st Avenue. Telephone 2201. For Fire and Accident Insur ance. Loans, and Bargains in Rea Estate. PALACE OF FASSIEON! A-4 1 - 9 U There is a f-eiins of cumfo-.t in be ing v.tdl dress--d and perhaps pride, too. But that is pardor.aoie if the clothes come from here. The wearer of a suit ma le by us can feel that he i.- one of the best dressed men in town. AVe cany a iarue iine of vicunas. c;ie -i its. unfinished worsted, woolens of all descriptions, l.ifr prices are always -5 per cent less than any other lirst-elass house in the territory. A. WODEISGN, Tin TAILORING. Lt!er in style. .-jTiK.it y 8ri low ir:r-e. 116 W. Washington St., Near P. O. Every Afternoon, Sundays Excepted. O'KEII-Ii HALL. SEATING PE.0GEA3IITE. Monday evenirig, dancir.g school. I Admission. i cents. Tuesday evening, skating. AVednes-lay evening, dance ' Thursday evening, ekating. Friday evening, skating (for ladies : and es' ,,rts only.) ! Saturday evening, skating. LONGSTRBTH & COBB; MANAGERS. tri tf? 4 O C- I THE BUTTERFLY A NEW TIE TO WEAR WITH HIGH BANDED COLLARS McDougalGage Company. 4 8- EzcluBiva Furnisher. Next Door to Santa Fe Ry. Office 0 dfittybtyfflp O r A TTRT Johnston & Murphy's Men's Fine Shoes. Usually gold for Seven I oll:i rs. We sell tliem fur Six. We are willing to sell tliree jairs at a reasonable rolit rtither than to make the same profit on one pair. BETTER FOR YOU, BETTER FOR US. - For Money Making Pointers ? See my list of Business Chance?, 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. i i i J. ERMEST WALKER, NOTARY PUBLIC. 'Phone 50. HIBBARD f , L 'J. .jA ' : . WT'TT,,? f'i v" Come and see them at 71 it TRUST IS " BUSTED." , We got there, as usual, in time to buy at bankrupt prices, and now comes your turn. We are going to close out a good many patterns j to make room for our Twentieth jf Century Wall Paper purchases. g 'k J-rf 1 Now you get the Pick. When wa tell gains, you know SfU."S S BT-3 13 CS ((0gm) mmmtmz CANDIES, OYSTERS, LIGHT LUNCHES . Visit Our EnUrci Establishment 2G5-H W. Washington St. HAHNA & MUNS0, -:i3SB WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, JIAKUFACTUREES. Farmers' Implements and Carriages. DISC HAP. HOWS. crr.Ti VAT (.US. PLOW.-, etc, and a large and varied assortment of Surri s. top buggies and open road wagons. Be fore buying cai! and inspect ou r stock. South First Street, West side o f City Hail. PRATT, Gilbert & Co. R AGENTS, 30-34 SOUTH FIRST STREET. 3 WEST SIDE OF CITY HALL. WV j DR. GEO. B. PRATT Arixontt'a Loading Optician. Zt?2J street REAL ESTATS, IIISUBANXE AND LOANS. 14 and 16 South Second Avenue, BUILDING. ACORN STOVFS . o STEEL RANGES 1 Cot no more and last long er than others. o o o -THE- Later you get the Remnants. vou we have bar- what that means. e. 'ip-r Jl e upen The Trouble Behind Ivfective 4.-ion may seem a small thing now, bat the trouble which lies b hind is of such magnitude that un less pi-op rly and promptly attended to, the results may b.- serious. "All thing.-! come to him who waits," does not ap ply to relief from trouble with vision that does not come by waiting trouble does. Telephone 29, Ford Hotel Ulock. J J Talbot Hubbard's PAPE r mm