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THE ARIZONA UErUIil.lCAN: FIJI DAY MOKNINU, NOVKMHRIt SJ, TJOO.
Pocket Knives, Hunting Knives, Razors. All our goods in these linos arc new, of the best makes and arc Warranted Unconditionally. Wo are authorized li replace free of charge: any defecHiva UniCe or razor we soil, or any razor that is not found satisfactory -after use by the purchaser. AVe will hone our hest razors free of charge, if desired, at the time of purchase. We also have a fine line of razor strops. PINNEY & THE PHOTO Ertatttshed 1833. Phone J 47 J HALLOWE'EN DEVILTRY Of Which Mr. Samuel Sneed Is Made a Victim. The youth of I'hocnix accomplished a. great deal more misehiof on W.-il-msday night than they ever did before n Hallowc'in. Some of it. In 'the way of the destruction of property was criminal and the last has not been heard of it. Some of the perpetrators will likely be brought into police e nut n. accoun't of it and perhaps stu" of them will find their way to the chain gnng and the proper companionship of other hoodlums. Cross walks wcr' torn up all over town. "Smaller luiilge:; across the canal were removed. Signs were torn down or exchanged and miiall building were overturned'. On Nrth Third avenue two llg lumber wagons were backed info the vanal and remained there all day. Two mules in the eastern part of town- belonging to the proprietor yf the O. K. meat mar ket were paintrd huto zebras. Special police had been employed 1. 1 Our Goods Tickle the Pa 'ate. Our prices the pocketbook. We guarantee satisfaction or refund you your money. 25c 10-lb. sack white or yllow Corn M al, 15c 1 lb. Arbucklo Coffeo, 5c 1 lb. Fresh Rolled Date, 65c 1 full weight sack Hrau, 90c 1 full weight oack K. Bai ley, 14c 1 lb. Eastern r.acon, 25c 6 'bars Calla Lily Soap, S1.00 13 lbs. Cane Granulated Sugar, 25c 1 Hi. Mocha and .lava Coffee, t New "Eastern Kuckwlieat, bulk mil package. New I'd Kish. 'Mucker. I. Smoked: Herring. All going cheap at the store that's always busy. McKEE'S CASH STORE Pemberton block opposite court house. Telephone 263. INVESTIGATE all the Pianos you can hear of, and then Bee the You will then aduiil that all Pianos are not made alike. .Some -are In ner than nt ii- is, and the V'ose is one of ih ntl. It has many fiood points not found in ot'hi r jianos. Sold for cut-h or on Hie niunHily pay lneii't plan. "We sell olher makes of pianos at prices and on terms that defy compe tition. H. P. MORROW & CO., D. i. AKIN, Proprietor). Mniirfei 15IAST WA SHXiNCTON blBl&T ROBINSON, STOCK HOUSE. 40 N. CENTER ST., Phoenix. guard the school buildings Tor prev ious 'Xiv ricnee had taught that hoyri not in sympathy with the great edu cational movement ami still smarting under punishm. nt administered in these halls of learning m brace this season of misrule to break m school house windows. The niopl tragic lucid, nt of the night occurred on West Jefferson street at the home of that tmincnt Christian gentleman Samuel Sliced. Mr. Sneid i considerably past middle ag -and has naturally lost much of that jovi.iiiiy. bonhomie and good naturcd liberal ity which distinguished his earlier and sunnier years. Of late Mr. Sn. ed 'has even been exhibiting an impatient bulling toward beys, dogs, bicyclists and other pt rsons anil things he docs not like. lie has been accused of bavins caused the poisoning oT inoiv dogs, tlie sprinkling of more broken glass tind carpel tack in the thorough fares and the arrest of more boys for riding on y-idi walks and of cxprcssin n fur backing their drays a little too far upon sidewalks than all other lax payers in t"vn put together. A side walk in the opinion f Mr. Sneed U F;m. 'thing to be respected and 1'lve eidcw.ilk in front of his house- he re gards as a sacred ypnt. He doesn't like to haw people walk upon It. On acc.'junt of these characteristics of 'Mr. Sneed many boys aw-aiicd: with es pecial Impatience the coming of Hallowe'en. AVhcn hi arose vistrilay morning los eyes irized n j kiii a year's accuinulati m of lioyiKh disapproval. An old buggy had been rudely thrown over his neat ly painted fen -o and sprawled upon his well kept lawn. The gravel d side walk on belli sides of his h ruse wn filled with old drays, wagons and other wheel' d vehicles forming an effective barricade. His- ornamental gale had been released from its mowings and was no where in sight. Mr. Sneed gazed motionless on this wreck for a full minute. A vouple of neighbors who we're (Watching him wondered why he didn't' say sonic thing fr he is locally known t be given, to intemperate language under gnat provocation. J'.ut Mr. Sneed re mained motionless and silent. At 1-ngth the watchers saw a blue hass? forming around the old man's head. It grew and grew and enveloped nis whole form which, th.-ugh, was plainly visible through the diaphanous ci ru Kan vapor if anything- not co!orle-f. may be said lu be diaphanous. At length Mr. Sneed was seen t give a convulsive mart. I lis mouth Hew open wil-ii a jerk but gave out no sound. His eyes rolled in their so-k-cts. After that he rapidly gathered motion-. -He tnatcli-. d his -hat from bis head, threw it on the ground and jump ed on it. Thus he taitle.l himself out of jdlrnoe. The fountains of the great deep were broken up and the ex pectations of the watchers were more than realized. Mr. Sue-. I wa- never so iinu-h "at himself." While he was in that strange trance there had been revealed to him new and iti;ti a:d of profanity an t some Twenty-lust century obscenity. When the watch ers finally wcaritd of the scene anl went away, Mr. Sneed was suill stan! lng i-n the midst of the Hallowe'en w reck cussing a solo. THE " BERLIN " 0PNING A Gorgeous Exhibit of Honnets and Gowns. TluoiHUing r'f I In lierlin a I lb. ..) ner of Ccnlrr and Washington sir i-h whieh li.nl be. n extensively a! c, rt i I occui r-.d Ji'stei diiy. It was mm b mm o niaiiilicent even Ilian the a.lvcriise ini nis h-ail I. d tie- l.i'li.'S to i 1 1 1 a 1 . i for such an tinny of millin- ry. Paris ian K'iwiis aiei cloaks bad p iliaos n.-vcr been Xhibiled III t h" : o'll h -.vcei . Tin slock . lai-KVly of Mils of the crea tion. furnishings. ail illllllelise i ii". eonsirO eil iin port a t ion o. K very i hi ox lalest and inns', iutisti-' Th' re were suits, ladies' beautiful import -.1 hats and whiilcvtr else could ;iip.;il In ihe feminine eye. The stock. Ijcriiiliful as il is io ii stif. owed a ureal d'al to Us artisli--arrangement and lo th magnificent furnishings of the P.erlip. The store was .! i mn 1 (rem Hi ' opi ning- until the ei.mh-y; hour and li.n after bitlies stool in frui: i t' l!.e skillfully ilr s.-t I windows admiring the rich bonneis anl eotoj. Tlio-e uhi all.-ii'l 'l Hie op. iiin-. soil the:" is a e. uiiir . 'i'a; a b hi I tin- Mm k. Theie was aiif-oliil v ic: !i i n-r hi it Which li'id ll-fl "'-i! ' e'O.e lollMi-OS. II '.i.-'h there wore ii'aay iiiiielos v.iiieh on- would nit !i v su-o .-t"l n i.-.-lf of ilesirill! bf fore h-in I. It v.;. .,1 niost iii fact an cpe.iin-; of sioveliics. The lu-oprietor, -Mr. I lluinl) -r, ami his corps of assistants shotted tins' visitors the most polite and unwcai iett intention and sont them away at night filled not only with admiration for the bonnets and jfowns but with a warm feeling for the a-ttach'-s of the store. Received a Part TOVBS COOKING AND HEATING. CALL AT ONCE AND GET PRICES. Satisfaction Guaranteed. D. H. BURTIS, 3I3Wa PLUMBING AND TINNING. bay! Did You ilearg About the Rush? r We were too busy to advertise; everything' is upside down and 3 prices cut in two. Brussels carpet at Jt per yard; $1 all wool J 3-ply at 80c; S.'.o Peerless Ingrajn at 70c, 7i!fi60c, CjyOOc, 551ilUc, 45 p 30c; 100 patterns of mat tins at 20c to 65c per yard. n) s RICHMONDDAY-LUESLEY HOUSE FIRNISHING CO. 21-23 ELLINGSON BLOCK J5raS'3i135"35xr. SIXTH AVBNVE AND ADAMS irnTNew8' OPENS November 1st. and First-Glass. Modern Family Hotel. Not a Hnni tariuin Telephone -TO for the present. MURDER BJAR TOMBSTONE Francisco Lopez, a Young Mexican, Mysteriously Killed. lyjtf Hatuii'.iy liitii' won I w.'s brought to town, ?.iys liie Tonilistoiie Pms-tpc tor. th:it !'im m i. o .i youn;; Tuiiht me K.iv. w.is round dciid in the vicinity oT niacin's jrule'i. in the li;iK mn ni.nnil.iins, ami that he ha 1 prtvqiai.'i My kill. I 5iins If or comiiiil leil suiei-l . Cor. !;'! Helius't'-r iinnn ilia tely n i le examiu ii ion of the ,-ase. , nir.nii.1',1: jury was suiiinmn .1 and t'n- Ij.i.ly Iii'oiikIiI in. Invi stiKir'.ioii ilevel. 1 the tie I that yoiniK J.opeK wa II y:irs old. ha 1 lei n sh i: ihrmp.'i heart, an I 'ircumst.i nces c.ave rise to the Kiiyjdeion that 5;e had l:ce-n foully ckult Willi. Tiiis was so strong lh.it tin coroner's jury refused to Tiring in a verdict of accidental e.'a .'i ami io slead return :i a verdict laat Jeiea -eil came to his death by a Klin sl; it wound at the lrands of some person unkn ,w n. I.opez was one of a pnrty of iMexieans at a wool camp. His time Conipan iens, who wire before the jury, te.-",i-li d that youns I.opez left 1 he wool camp witfi a six-sh loter to 'hunt so:n Ki'.ine. A Itttl.- later they 'heard a slid which proved to be t le fatal one. The theory of t uieiile is unstipport. d from t'he. fact that the location of ttie . nt-r-iuK noun 1 on the 1, ft Ki le, made it practically kiirosible t be self-inlliet-e 1, w!!ii.le the suKf?v--'l':on of a. cult utal sh. n.iiiiK is cinia.Uy so. Tile tiring i f lie shot must also h.iv been done ol a little ilist 'iice as no powoer inaiUs were visi'iiie. while ol licr suspicious cir cumstances lead to t ie belief that the youns man was niurdvred, but who i oil 1 1 1 lie Rujlty of wr.ak'iiiK Filch I rri b!e vengeance on a mere boy i's a uivs t ry. The ainio ritii s icive the mailer in hand and arc trying I i s-olvc the case. Lopez w:f buried in the Tomb stone cemelery toduy and his fun nil vas largely a'.t'nded by -Mexican J'rii il ls el' :! family. MOltli OK CHINOS HAld-OWirrcN. To the Kditor of The Republican. Pir: The inscription of "iiino's Hal lowe'en .'ulventiire is one of the best pieces of hum nolle- wril'iitf 1 have read iii niiiny a il;i "I He Man ISowyer" rea-1 il yesicrtbiy morning and lauKheil till his sides ached. The ladies whose tears saved I lie life of Jiiiuuie smiled as loud as did .Mr. Ilowycr. Tilt: "olr man" said that the foil e which the boys were tearing down be :ooi;i'd :o his neiclibor. Mr. I tennis, and thai b fire bis lil'i: was spared Joninic liomise.l t"i i I Ii f 11 1 1 y Hell tile palings should all le- nailed on a:;ain. So. arly nexl inorllillfLr. Which li.-'.pienet o be oil Sunday, ihrce sad looking 'liuys u'ere at woirk oboin sunrise with hammer and nails until i-vtiy paline, was in plaee. Phoenix. November I. 11. . "HKPM.W'N. Tin-; i;i;i;. I"' The Crt it lit rinaiin. the m i-t p' r; adepl in tlie ai t of . magic the world has ver Seen will amuse, mystify nil. I d -lighl tin .-Hi r-goei s of Ibis city at I ho Dorris Tneater. Nov. :i and III. H.-r-!i .i!in is a uaaie syn nomoiis with all tha-t i- inysicrious an. I a u t'-insp:rin'4. 'I'i-e ino-'L ni si ifyiug and in-eoiupie-le asible f- .its i f -magie are performed I'.-.- him witli a charm i .' manii.-r an 1 a i-iniitiiig lir i f wit. t'.iat wiuiiil lure a emilii :r,etl cynic into aimii atiou. Cor iii.- !':e-eiit i ngag. iii"iit in tiiis city h" i itigi- Many n.villhs t.ia: tiive n-v r hi c-i ei n in t'.iis country. S. vral s o: -a: ;e;:a I illii-:..ns or -s nied by I: oi love ,-ei all Am-rie.i talking. The Five Famous Ness-.--. mii.-oal -p !".". .iliai: ;i;h;ii- v. lit "Ji. riiesna, tin- lit--;;:." WHAT. l.'Dl-!-:i '. The .Mild Aiiari-hi-n - llul you nius bear in mind that kings work as hard as anybody nowadays. The .Radical Member That's one reason why I hate 'em so. What busi ness have they to set such an exam plc'.' Ex. of Carload of 1 P ST. TllKV CiH I.HXT H1I1T. "'The la lies hiNwir ' oiist an A ion aif pretty fond of me." said the ministeir's niiseheviois li't-tl boy. Nearly all of them save p.t soior siiep. is on his bil l Inla y." "I ihoiiKiit your pa always uses a slipper in spank you with?" "So le- does, but th -e he just K.d are the soft kind that's made all out ol' wool." N. V. Press. FIKST A N 1 1 I'YMtKMi 1ST in lie- lieid of medicine is II I's S:irs:it:u iila. It possesses unc'iiia lied merit and cures all diseases caused er promoted by im pure or impoverished liloo.l, including rheumatism, dyspejisia. catarrh. All liver ills are i-itr -d by Hood's Pills-. 25c. UltVAN S ONLY C1IANCK. The only chance of llryan's election Pes in ! tin1 pisibility of a (rrouml-sw'll ill his favor anjiuif? the nia.-:-es of vot es Willi: aMiiM-le IS I.et klloUIl, e c.C- ially the laboriny; nun in the cities and towns. LOCAL BREVITIES. The liun.ls.inie rose screen of Hir e panels in Dorris I'.ros.' -window is the work of Mit-s Tr ; bridge. Slinll i 4'ii -U Fleming leluek now open. Miss Trowbi itiqe's stutlio, lul-2 Flem ing block, is now opin. Pupils receiv ed and orders laki u for all braiiehes of water eel ir and oil painting. SkeU'.i ing frail nature. Kvining gowns, fans, parasols, etc.. decorated to order. Cards of thanka, notices pertaining: to organizations and societies, church fairs or socials, will not be printed in The T,.ppublioan except when paid for. N. Porter's for hand, made saddles and harness. Fast Washington. FOU OVHU FIFTY YEARS Mrs. AYinslow's Soothing Syrup lias been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, al lays all pain, cures wind colic and is I he bst remedy for diarrhoea. Twin-ty-IH'e cents a bottle. rrnfpssor H. Cresswell Shaw, teacher of piano, violin, etc. Apply Jenkiii3" Music Store. The Chicago Store has received ils stock of fall good's and ladies are in vited to call and see tlieiil. Acker's Knglish Remedy Will Stop a Cough at any time, anr. will cure the worst cold in twelve hours, or money refunded. 2!i cents and fi" cents. I'm L. Hear, wholesale anil retail druggist. Phoenix, Arizona. i If we give you the same carpet for Cio per yard that other dealers ask you S.'ie for. how much will you save? 20c on one yard or $S.OO on 40 yards. Sounds like a pretty good proposition, doesn't il? U s as good as it sounds. W e have tlie best lint' of carpets shown in 'I he city and we can give you belter prices I ha a you can get elsewhere. These Hoods are new and of the latest novelties direct from the loom to us. Let Us Show You Gur Carpets. DORRIS BROS. HOUSE FURNISHERS. 22, 21, 26, 28 W. Wasbinglon Street. FIGURE II UP! tl avy Ttersr-y tailor si itched. "Flowers riifctilled, tho Xhey with winter meet LiOe but their show, Th ir substance still live sweet.' ZN OTTR PERFUMERY !'L --.v oa We have the sweetest, th' most lasting ami pleasant. Fresh stick just in. Such well known brands as linger t (billet's. I'inauii's, Palmer's, Uiekscckers, .Siiichler, Wright's and Stern's. See Our Perfume Window. Elvey&Hulett i;iE LIVE DRIGGISTS. 5 and 7 East Washington St. Kvcryhoily ami Wis cousin are rnnliii;r out that we are the people to trade with. Don't he the last to get ill line. .MlS.SOl'KI AITUCS. Collie ami we will Phow you. MESA I'EACHE.S. t.H'Al!,. PITH. t'lllfK ENS. Tr i;k eys. KIIIOSH I-'ISII. JII'EK lYSTKKS. Don't pay two pii-os fur tilings, for we will sell Hie lies', at tlie lowest prices. Wholesale and Retail. CRABB-MacBRIDE PRODUCE CO.'S Tel. 250. 13 North Center St If isplay OF LADIES' LATEST FALL GARMENTS You can't compare our achievments this Boason with last io our Ladies' Ready-Matle Garments. We are showing LARGER STOCKS and GREATER VALUES than ever before. Every garment has been cut by an artist of fashion, and is a model of perfect fit. We shall pick at random a few of the many values we are offering. Ladies' Suits. Ladies' Tailor Made .Suit, ?lS.."iit, in Venetian; new coloring and hand somely trimmed at less than cost of making. Ladits' Tailor Made Suit, $18.50, in black pebble cloth; latest jacket, bell sleeve, circular flannel skirt. Ladies' Tailor Made Suit, $10, in gray homespun; w, 11 made and lini.-hed; perfect fit. Ladies' Fine Tailor Made Suit. $1 0, in black broadcloth, silk lalTcta Mil' if; a garment of perfection. l-adifs' Tailor Made Suit, $ir, in beaver and made Indian; velvet trimmed; a stylish garment. Ladies' Skirts. Ladies' liray Walking Skirt, $;!; six rows of stHehing; well made an 1 lin i:hcd. . Ladies' Heaver Venetian Skirt, $S.30; circular flounce, w ith' inverted box pl- at in back. Indies' Homespun Walking Skirt, $3.00, in, new coloring, with Halt circular lloiinec; eight rows of stitching. The new Circular Flounce Skirt, $10, in black, pebble and cheviot; pimped trimmed and fancy stitched. The swell skirt of Hie s.ason. Ladies' Capes. Coif Capes. $i;."iO, iii Seidell plaid i ffoets, 2 linch-s long, with combina tion collor faslcni d with frogs of fame mateiial. lolf Cap; s $11. of a in w golf rug ma ti ri.tl, stylish hood, plaid d and blia ii fringed. I't aver Klloey Cape, $12. ."ill, w ith the New York hood. The swvll novelty of lh'e season. Self trimmed and fancy stitched. Ker.s y Capes, $r,.."i), iippliioc trimmed in black and newest coloring. A gannelit lit for any lady to wear. Ladies' Jackets. Jacket, $ri..Vi, latest S'hort cut, -nobby Fine Vi in U.i n Jacket, $7..'0; beautifully lailoi-tl, short model, silk lined; one of the latest. Fine Mellon Jacket, $K..-0; latest w inter mod 1; Medici collar, appliipie i.r fancy yt-KVhed ; taffeta lined. AVe are showing many other .styl.s, including the new Automobile and flux Coats. he Alkire y and 11 Kast Washington dtrect. A. J, BRADLEY, Undertaker and Embalmsr. LADY EMBALMEIt, Graduate Chicago College of Embalming to attend Ladies and Children. PHONE 841, 216 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. J Bet a Diamond Ring ' OR A (iOLD WATCH WII KN TOP AUK WACKltl.NT, ON TUB W KLKCTION AND GIVE THE JKWliLER A C'HAN'CK, GEO. H. COOK & CO., K AUE N EXT DOOU TO THE California Restaurant, Strictly First-Class. I I Oso BEFORE RAFTER c $5.00 to $10.00. It is Folly to Pay Higher Prices Than Mine For line dental work. My nioilern lnetliodf enaUe rue to doth very lies I work of kinds at prieco within the reach of all. KX TKAtTING FKEK. when hest lates arc ordered. ALL my work will he the very hest. No hetter tan he had anywhere, no matter how iiiueh you pay. Consultation and Kxaniination Kree. I'KICK (old Crowns (iold Filling Silver Fillinj: lOxtrattiDfr R. E. H0LBR00K, Dbstist. Rooms 2, 4, 6, ovor Postofrico, PHOIiNIX, ARIZONA. and smart looking; Co roSTOFKlC'E AND HAVE THE , North Fiest Ave Opposite Gazette Oflio Best Meals in the City. Satisfaction Guaranteed in Frry Raapeet OKI tiif IL) LIST. $".( Hi "fl.TiO and U -lOo and uji