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THE . ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: "TEDITES DAY MORlTIKa, SEPTEMBER IP, 1901.
5
This Week . .
will sell SI PAIRS of child's and misses' low shoes and slippers at S5c
pur. These are NOT new styles that we are closing out to make room
f.,r o;ir immense fall stock, but back numbers that are not in keeping with
llUr ImiiFe full of stylish, ahead-of-da te shoes, and we want to close them
nut They were sold at SI. 25 to $2.00, and are real bargains at 35c. They
i ! nicely to wear the remainder of the summer. We eive a kite or school
I it.lt-'. with school shoe at i
Wilson & Wooldridge
When You Take
Medicine ss
you don't know what you are
taking. Tou place implicit trust
in the physician, who prescribed
it and the druggist who com
pounded it. We realize this
f illy, and act accordingly. We
want you to have every confl
uence in us we want your pre
scription trade. We make a
hpei-iulty of this line we will
appreciate your trust.
T. P. Hudson
Prescription Phirmiay
No. 2 Kut Wuhlngton Street.
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We Are Going
to Close
our store the day
of our Martyred
President's
Funeral. . .
Thursday
We want the patrcnage of all people,
rich or poor, black or white, no matter
what Ihe lace or creed or political be
lief. But if there are. any anarchists
in Arizona we say to :hem they are
w.-lt'ome to stay out of our store.
We are afraid of a man or wd.r.an
whrse creed is to kill the innocent, to
abolish all law restraining the crimi
nal, ar.d who has a special grudge
' aKair..-t the thrifty and prosperous. If
such
man were to come in our store
and see our thriving business h
might lay plans for incendiarism, o
dynamite the place, and so while
"we
sha'l continue, as in the past, to serve
all alike who cross our threshold, we
offer an earnest invitation to the an
archist, if there is one in Arizona
stay out.
to
Davidson's Cash Store
114 to US West Washington St
Phoenix, A- T.
Telephone No. 238, S Rlnc.
Mail orders promptly filled.
And everything
Both for teacher
2 3 $ ?
a
u
Phoenix Stationery & News Co.
10 and 12 W. Washington St.
M
tKe Towrv
THE WEATHER
Local Dally Weather Report for The
: Arizona Republican.
Forecast for today Fair.
lata for -4 hours ending 8 p.
terxlay :
m. yes-
News of
Temperature Departure rcpurtnre
Hiuce mnce
i 1st of Month Jau. 1,1901
HUM NORMAL
ST Kl 27 -31'.
Maximum tempcratur? lot, minimum
temperature TO.
Average relative humidity, 25 per
cent.
Total precipitation, 0.
Character of the day near.
L. M. DET, JR.,
Observer.
PRATER MEETING The mid-week
prayer meeting of the Baptist church
will be held at 7:30 this evening.
A GIRL. EABE.-Mr. and Mrs. B. G.
Pecka. are rejoicing in the arrival of a
girl baby at their home on Monday
morning.
PROFANE MEXICANS. Two Mex
icans were found guilty In Justice
Gray's court yesterday of using pro
fane language. Th?y were fined as
the law demands.
PATiRiOTIC BARBERS. The bar
bers cf the ci.y have all ag:eed to k;ep
their shops closed all day long on
Thursday. These who are afraid their
whiskers will get the start of them.
shou!d be shaved today.
STARTED A SHINGLE MILL.. A
letter -was received in this city yester
day from J. 15." Ueed. formely of Phoe
nix, but who is now living in Tacoma.
He writes that.'in company in with. KcV
Andrews, who also used to live m
Phoenix, he has started a shingle mi'l.
RANGERS ORGANIZED. Mr. Bur
ton Mossman of Bisbee. captain of the
Arizona rangers, is in the city, a guest
of the Hotel Adams. He said '.as; even
ing that the rangers are new thor
oughly organized. though he wi'l
not make public yet the personnel
of the company.
THE SLEXDALB SCHOOLS. The
Glendale school opened Monday morn
ing with a very good attendance, the
same teachers that were employed last
year, b- ing in charge. Prof. B. B. Fos
ter, principal; Miss Lois Lockwcod. in
termtdiate: Miss Mabel E. Fike. pri
mary. SUIT ON A NOTE. Suit was b gun
in district court yesterday by H. M.
Welrkk against Estagua Nevares and
Brunitia Nevaies. The action is on a
noie for 1415. given W. A. Watts, so
long ago that the interest cm it
amounts to more than half the face. It
is secured by a jr.ortgajre r.n a lot in)
Cald-Twood addition.
GENERAL. ORDERS. N. G. A. Ad
jutant General II. F. Robinson has is
sued general orders No. 9. in whih reg
imental and ttaitalion comoandors are
instructed to furnish him copies of all
general orders issued by them and in
which company commanders are In
structed to make requisition for klukl
uniforms sullicient for their respective
companies.
FUEL, SAVING ARRANGEMENT.
Mr. Geo. E. Talcott of Chicago, who
has been superintnding the putting in
of an oil burning plant for the Copper
Queen Consolidated Mining company,
is in the city. Mr. Talcott is a skillful
mechanic and electrical engineer, rep
resenting various companies. He be
lieves that Arizona is a wonderful min-
ing region, and expects to return soon,
I when he will have more time to look
The H. H. McNeil Co.
HEADQUARTERS.
WHOLESALE RETAIL
Phoenix, Arizona
for school use
and scholar at the
more carefully . into the ml.icral re
sources of the territory,
POUCE COl'RT. There were no
case3 in police court yesterday, but the
day before, while Wall, stree t held the
main attraction, the city recorder man
aged to get $" and $10 respectively out
of a couple of sleeping drunks; ST each
out of a couple of SL-rapjwrs. and $5 and
$7 respectively out of a cJUple of plain
drunks. It was a iuiet but a remun
erative session.
BOND RE-ADVERTISED. The
boa:d of supervisors yesterday decided
to reject all bids for the Phoenix
school district bond issue, and re-d-vcl'iise
the bonds. The new bids will'
le received to September -S ar It
o'clock. No doubt there will be n grut
many nure bids than were offered a.
the iLv.:e of opening the bills on Mon
day, and no doubt th-re will be better
premiums offered.
MEMORIAL. SERVICES. Memorial
wrvices for the late Presidenc William
McKinley. will be held at the Dorris
theater on Thursday, Sepienrber 19th,
at ,10 o'clock a. m. Governor N. o.
Murphy will preside. The order of
service wi'.l include addresses and mu
sic. All are cordially invited to be
present. Mayor Talbot, in another
column, publishes a request for the
general suspension of business on that
day.
AN INDIAN TRIE TO DIE. A re
port carre to the city yesterday that a
young Indian on the -lower reservation
tried -to commit suci.ie on Monday, by
shooting. He took three shots at him
self and each on- would have ben
fatal to a whiteman. but the Indian,
it is thought, will get wel'. Th? mo
tive was the same as ffint which in-iitK-t
i'.HliHii white men to abandua th.:1
world. a girl who 1 vs some hand
somer wr richer man better.
REPAIR WOI5K rTtOGUF.S.SINU.
superintendent u. t . forcer wno is
looking after the repair work at the
Gila bridge, sent wind over yesterday
that th? road would surely be ojien by
Saturday for the regular running f
trains. Those who have been wonder
ing why their California papers a:e
late win find the reasnn for it in the
fact that these papers come by express,
and as no express is transferred at the
Gila, the papers are now brought to
Phoenix via the northern route.
DEATH OF MISS COLE. Miss Fan
nie E. Cole died last night at 11:30
o'clock at the home of her father ' on
North Third avenue. Miss Cole has
been an inva'id for yrars. suffering
from the solidifying of the joints t f her
limbs, and was beyond the hope cf re
covery, except through the performing
of an operation involving the breaking
of the- joints. This was done yesterday
afternoon, bur the shock of the opera
tion was too great for her strength.
Mis Cole is well known in this dry.
and has been prominently iientiiieJ
with church work. Funeral arrange
ments have- not yet been made.
P.ECEiPTlON M'KINLEY P IDEA.
A:i int resting fait in connection
with the assa'sir.atton of the president
has Just come out. It has been sup
posed that the public reception at the
Temple of Music at which Czolgosz
robbed the notion of its ruler was
:art of the program arranged by th ?
officials. Such' was not the case.
The president would not have given
a public reception at the Temple of
Music and Czolgosz would not have
have shot him there had it not be-n for
the president himself. On Thursday
evening. 'after the president had part1
cipated in a banquet .had reviewed th?
troops in the stadium and had made a
public address on the esplanade, he
realized that iteople seemed to wish to
get near him and shake hunds with
him. He expressed regret that a pub
lic reception had not been arranged for
so that they "could do this.
President Milburn and the other offi
cials for the fair, to whom the presi
d;nt thus expressed himself, said they
were sorry they had not arranged for a
public reception and would have done
so had they thought the president so
wished.
"It is not too late," was President
McKinley's answer. "Why should w.;
riot have a public reception tomorrow
after our return from Niagara Falls?"
His wish was a commanrf.. President
Milburn and the reception committee
immediately gave orders for the recep
tion. Chicago R; cord-Herald.
ONE WOMAN'S CHIFFONIER.
If the rtory from Denver that Mr3.
Aguinaldo saved Manila from eaptur-.
conflagration and massacre is true, it
would be only fair for us to return to
her the barrel in wfiic-h her ward r ohm
was captured. St. Louis Po?t-li.-patfh.
You can at least say this to trw
credit of the boy with a dirty face.
hands and feet: he isn't dreaming that
he would look sweet if he had a tissue
paper hat.
COWBOY
HATS
for
Boys
and
Girls
POSITIVELY THE BEST
WEAR TWO HATS OF ANY B
OTHER KIND.
PRICE, $1.50
YOrn MONEY BACK IF YOU
WANT IT.
McDOUGALL&CO
Exclusive Haberdashers .
Next Door to Santa Fe By. Office
NOW
tKe time to pvit
is
in
Don't
yovir lawn
delay until the right
season is past if you wish to
beautify your yard..
Austra-litvn R.ye
Grass Seed
tvt
Complete Lino of Good
Things to Eat
PERSONAL MENTION.
W. Ci. Stewart left last evening for
Kisbee.
T. E. Orindell returned
again yesterday.
t the rily j
Mr;. Oettnger of Chicago
Is
of the Hotel Adains.
Mrs. H. T. Oillett returned yesterday ;
morning from California. j
S. 15. llamlll of Chicago registered at
the Hotel Adams yesterday.
' O. C. Alexander left for Denver this j
morning via the S. F. 1'. & P.
. L. Truitt of Ios Angeles register
ed at the Commercial hotel yesterday.
F. C. Oulfy of Ypsilanti. Mich., reg
irtered at the Hotel Aiiam3 yesterday
i
i
Edward Phillips left on last night's
M. fc P. train for Water Valley, Miss.
rr. N. Milntyre and wife have re
turned from their summer visit in Cal- j
ifornia. j
James Devine, the leader of the, In- I
dian school hand, has gone to Albu
querque. Itev". Daniel Kloss of Tempe was in
the city yesterday, leaving last night
for the east.
tl. A. Berry was an outgoing pas
senger on last night's M. & P. train, tor
Everett. Wash.
Lon Hinkle and. Thos. Hewett cf
Crlobe arrived here yesterday mornin
via the M. & P. ; 3
O. B. Whitsett has gone to Tempe. ! 3
where he has entered1 the employ of j 5
Broadway & Mour. ' 5
M AA T.mu .utirbantini. Armniir A.' !?
Co. of Kansas City was at the Commer
cial hotel yesterday.
F. M. osborn of Ixwell. Mass.. a-!
rived here yesteruy morning. He Is ;
at the Hotel Adams.
William Park of -Williams was
KU-st -of the Hotel Adams yesterday.
leaving last night for Tucson. : 3
Mrs. George 1 1 . N. Luhrs and chil-
dien have returned home after an ex
tended visit In tanta Monica.
Dr. J. C. Norton left last nigh; Tor
Los Angeles, He will return with his
family on Saturday morninc.
Collin Timmons. a Prescott mininR
jrian. was t the t'ommercial yesterday
en route home from a trip to the south.
Bee Tarver. a cousin of Henry Oeorgre
and a resident of Texas, is visitine Mr.
Sconce on the way home fiom an ex- .
Uncled tour (f the northwest.
R. V. Hoi kaday and C. M. Woods, j
both of Denver, the former represe.it- ',
ing the Katy line and the latter reprfl- j
s. ntins the Frisco line, registered at;
the Hotel Adams yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ernest V.'aiker. who j
have been spending: the summer fn :he j
east, will return -to Phoenix about Oc
tober 4. They visited at Mr. Walker's
home In Virsinia, and latfr with
friends and relatives of Mrs. Walker's
at Cas;ile, N. Y. j
We have established a rental depart- j
n-.ent and solicit your dwellings, busi- t
ness houses and ranches for rent. our '
Ccrttral location offers unequaled ad- ,
vantages. ,
The Evans Loan & Investment Co.
Al! persons in I 'bted to Ir. "NVylie are
reo,ues:ed to please call at the ollice of
Millay & Christy. Fleming block, with
whom the doctor's accounts are left and
sett le the same.
KNGL.ANO S WOXDERFCL TEXOU.
John Coates. the musir-al sensation a .
Covent garden. London, whose voije
has carried him into fame at one bound,
is descended from a lon line of tenor.,
and ha. been uubbed "The Hereditary ;
Tenor." Nature's way of piayins
strange freaks at times has been .
source of anxiety In the Coates familv.
which after each male birth awaits the
development of the eh!Ms voice with
feverish anxiety. When the Covent
garden idol was born, a tiny silver
tuning fork, about one and a ha:f
Inches long, was put into the baby's
hand, and a chorus of delight burs.
forth when the wee fingers closed round
it. "He ll sing, he will,1 they cried.
! prophec y which time has Justified. As
I a boy h- saner in the churches of nor.h
Kngiand. When his voice broke
I cried like a Birl, He had heard It sai l
that a singing; boy does not always
make a sinKins man, and this troubled
him sorely. After hearing Mr. Coates
sing Faust to Melba's Marguerite,
which he did without a single orches
tral rehearsal, a native critic was heard
to exclaim, "We've got an ICnglish
tenor at last." Chicago Tribune.
The recent utterances of Senator
V-et lead some of the democrats to
infer that he is a turncoat rather than
a waistcoat.
E. L. ANDREWS & SON,
jMoney Talks
If Invested in
A Home.
$1150 New Brick House
) rooms and bath
$250 Lot, 50x140
. close iu, and if you ha'vn't
the wherewith to hnild a
house, talk with ns about
it.
The finest home in Phoe
nix. Beautiful shaded
grounds.
our ad next week about
Raticries.
i See
Weirick & Latham
! Hove the Bargains.
147 N. Center St.
'Phone
22UI
13
For Rent
A Brick House.
1 Four rooms with kitchen:
:aud bath, per month r
$12.50.
ajiARIZONA. BUILDING. GO.,
21S Fleming Block. i
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i-
T. L. Gray, auctioneer, country sales
a. specialty. Address 44 South Third
Avenue, 'Phone 2396.
i CHANGE OF LOCATION.
I Moved my shop to corner Jefferson
j St. and First Ave. I will personally
! attend to all work. ESPECIALLY THE
! SHOEING. Jack Kersting.
Ladies' Astride Paddles, latest, fin?
flowered, liandstamed saddles, buggy
and carriage trimming, at N. Porter's
Saddle and Harness Co., 142 .East
Washington St.
K. F. Kellner offers to s?ll his whole
sale grocery and best warehouses in
Phoenix, as a W'hole, on October first.
Inventory before restocking same on
larger scale. It's a good business, but
owner able to retire.
Micbe-lob on draught at the Hoffman.
iHmiitiimiiiiM.iiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMtiiimmtm.Mi
Hot at
Coffee
Al's.
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WE BEG
To Inform the bicycle riders tht we
are the sole agents for the celebrated
' Trihitna anil Pnnth.ratnn. ?irvflp.
This line of bicycles is thoroughly Buar-
j anteed and in every -way are perfect
i wheels. Tou can also find In our store
the Hudson Bicycle, the Barnes Bicycle
and the Eldridge Bicycle, making the
most complete line carried in the terri
tory of Arizona. We will meet all com
petition on our lines, and give a guar
antee on every wheel sold.
We have the most complete repair
shop in the city. AH work guaranteed
and done by experienced workmen.
Mansfield-RhodGS Wheel Cc.
30-32 W. Washlnrton Street.
TelepbFCe Main 1771. Pbaantit Arls.
cy
es
Owing to the funeral of
our late President, we
close our store all day
Thursday. v
H. fl. DlEHLt SHOE CO.
Dirt Cheap .
A Fine Ranch under cultiva
tion under the Buckeye Canal.
Can be bought at a low figure
if taken soon
Ernest Walker,
f -1 1 C) Second Avenue, Pfioetiix., Ariz.
'Plionc ROI ReHlJcncc 3031
J THE BEST
Blue Flame
the market. iust
r. on
received
ANOTHER ICE CREAM TALK
"V'e are still at the front In the Ire Cream and Sherbet business, and the
reason is that we make the REST, usir.s only the purest ingredients. Our .
reputation in this line is well known, and we are continually gaining new
friends through the merits of our proJut-ts. t ..-
We pay special attention to orders for delivery, and give prompt service.
Our Ire Cream Parlors nre always comfortable, and we invite you to pay-"'1
us a visit. -
HANNA & MUNSON.
THE CANDY PEOPLE.
Car. Washington St. and 2d Ave., Opposite the Court House. :
THE LEADING PRESCRIPTION
PHARMACY
CORNER WHSHINGTON KND
6ENTER streets
for ftcaxars:
i
i
Real Estate, Leans, insurance
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH EVERY TIME
Is what you get when purchasing your foods at this store. Good weight, high
quality and low prices has made F. Griebel's the purchasing ,center for the-'
thrifty and for those who appreciate su perior grades of Coffee, Teas, Canned
' Goods, Cereals, Flour and Meats. "Live and let live" is our motto and we live
up to It. , . ' ) '
errs a rVt 1 n i itdcti
I rfV'! VJfILULL,
TELEPHONE 43 21S-220 W. WASHING TON ST-
SEE THE NEW
Pattern for 1900.
"i n
Real Estate, Loans, Insur
ance, Nctary Public
Oil, Stove
6
Talbot & Hubbard
Use the
Phone Na.
;3091
jnONEY LOANED
on real estate or chattel security. Re
payable in monthly installments to suit
the borrower. Ascertain my rates be
fore placing loan elsewhere.
E. E. PEfSGQE
HO N. Center St. Gpp. Adams
GAS RANGES
PHOENIX LIGHT AND FUEL CO.
Gustavus Adolphus Lest Kis Life
In the battle of I-titzen heoau.-e. near
iiKMed. and havinjc n siu-.-es, ht Kvt
:imons the soldiers of en:riy.
thfnkinff them his own. -
Our own near-siffht -d T-ddy Hoise
tlt is wiser In his day l Rftnernliftti.
Siu:m when he went m the frW at
' 11 -lu.tn.
fitme excuse for (I.iJt.u'iH stumliliti'
along in the darkness of the dark, ages,
for artificial fv aid wai fhfn un
known but none fur. Aisof the- preseiit
1 day;" when.' optical c i -nee can do s
much for defective vision.
We cofrect Jlyopia. or near sight, and
all other eye defects, with proper
DR, GEORGE B. PRATT
Arizona's Ieadms Optician,

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