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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1901. All Over town you will hear praises of the style, beauty and fit of" our large stock of lilies" shots at $2.50 tc $6.00. We ari showing: big values in J3.50 SHOES in both ladies' and gents', and our Buckskin Shoes for men, women and chil dren are ALL RIGHT. A school tablet with school shoes at Wilson & When You Take Medicine you don't know what you are taking. Tou place implicit trust in the physician who prescribed it and the drug-gist who com pounded it. We realize this fully, and act accordingly. We want you to have every confi dence in us we want your pre scription trade. . We make a specialty of this line we will appreciate your trust. T. F. Hudson Prescription Pharmacy No. 2 East Waihlngton Street. t1 O X3 O CU O. O We Save You Money ON Cook Stoves, Steel Ranges cartel Heaters. M ore's Queen Steel Range? are thj best because they are perfect in work manship, substantia! and durable. The nvn work quick. They face one third to one-half the fuel used by ther Stoves. Made of two Hheets of cold rolled steel with sheet asbestos pat-kins lN'tWl-f-II. Ovens boiler-riveted, buckle proof with door strong.; ;i::igel and forms a flush shelf wh'.a cipen. Top is inaile in four sec tions fitted with interchangablL- key plates. A::"n pan is very lars- and will eas ly hold two or three days' ashes. It js removable through the end drop iNior. which fotms a rest and is so i! uie that when Ihe p;;n i. remove I ni hts can fall on the iloor. Nlckle parts are beautiful and elab orate. One of the best Ranges scld In I'hoenix, but not the highest in price. .Moore's Queen Range with high shelf and water back jM3.7."i loore's Queen Range with high shelf and water back, (larger). .$15. 75 Moore's Queen Ksftis'e with high shelf and porceline reservoir. . .$48. Z Moore's Quetn T.zifre with high shelf and p :rce!ine reservoir (larger) ..- $.49.73 Call and see our large lire of Stoves and Household Novelties. Largest Line, Lowest Fries In the city. Davidson's Cash Store 114 to 118 West W.iBhinsrton St Phoenix, A- T. Telephone No, 236, S Rings. Mall orders promptly filled. s-7.$:.iw mm I i Wooldridge News of the TowI im ' THE WEATHER Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: Temperature Departure Departure Since ainee Itt ol Month Jan. 1, 1901 MIAN NORMAL 73 76 -45 tSiT Maximum temperature, ?4; minimum temperature, r6. Aveiage relative humidity, 19 per cent. Totol precipitation, 0. Character of the day Clear. WM. G. BURNS, Section Director. FLA I X EN OT O K.K very body has Feen "What Happened to- Jones," and now- that "I?rovns in Town," it is easy enough to s?e "Why Smith Ltft Home." DEATH OF MRS. ALEXANDER. Mrs. Amanda Alexander, nea- II III, died at North Yakima. Wash.. Sept. 21, irf)l. . Mrs. Alexander was the step daughter of ,n. E. Fin!ey, zanjero of the Arizona canal. A NEW CORPORATION. Artielos of incorporation cf the Stonewall Cop per company were flied in the office of thf county rtecrder yesterday. The capital stock is $l.."OV"X. The Incor porators are O. W. Fpencer. 4V. II. B. others and W. K. Werse of St. Jouis. RECULlAR services resumed. Today, for the first time since the summer vacation, the Christian church will hold all regular services, rcr.sist ing of preaching at eleven o'clock and half past R.ven by the Rev. Mr. Zum walt, Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. and Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:0 p. m. ASSISTANT GAME COMMISSION ER. -At the request of some of the HpcrtFrr.en reFl'Hng in and near Tvmi Game Commi.-'siop.er Pinney yeal.rJiy appointed Thomas Morrow as assistant fish and game commissioner for Mari copa county. Mr. Morrow will rigid'" enforce the game laws relating to ducks, geese and quail in his locality. THE PHOENIX GUN CLUB.-Tiv Phoenix Gun club will start ii.s prac tice shouts at the trap at Phoenix iark this afternoon at four o'clock, and fiom now till the grand tournament in Nov ember will practice every week at cla birds. A.II tportsmtn are invited to take part in these events, as it is de sired to j-resent a str ing" l-am to com pete for the territory medals. BAPTIST SERVICES. By special t-rtjuest yesterday of the convention board. Rev. Ir. Hal:-:ey wi!I preach tit M :-:a tomorrow, and Rev. C. J. Hanks f Mewa will preach at the 11a p ti.st church here. The topics asi-ined Tor today will conriderr-d later. There wi.'I he special music by the ouartet: Mrs. Ernfrce. Mrs. Thompson, Mr. Reedy nni Mr. Covins, Miss Ha! S'.y. a'-co.nipanij't. JCKSRY'S Srt"ES'OR.W. II. Ad Jy of Port rami. Ore., has Ik en ap pointed Chlii.ee inspector to succ.-ed the late R. F. Jos soy. Mr. Ad Ty J"pent se"cral months of the "winter of 1 '.) in Tucson on account of i l-hcalth. lie will divide hiH time between Tucson and NoalfS. The apiointiiient 1. made f-r tdxty d.iys. or until Mr. A 1 "?y t an t.ike the civil scrvi: examina tion. THE ALA7IO. Mrs. A. C. Martin. wh p n last winter in Phenix hn returned and on October 1 will take The H. H. McNeil Co. HEADQUARTERS. WHOLESALE RETAIL : Phoenix. Arizona diiimUL If you arc looking ifor something good to read you should le fill re and eee the N-jw- Hooks The Phoenix Sta- t ion try & News -Company, ars receiving dailj-. Amin the best are the "Klei-nnl City," by Hal! Caine, and "C 'ri and I," y Irving Fiutehelt-t r. In paper we have the "Deacon's Sec ond Wind," by A. C. Gunter. Phoenix Stationery & News Go, M-12 West 'WttshingtoiT Street. charge of the Alamo house on Monroe street. Mr. aAid Mrs. James Kay who have conducted the Alamo for a coupl -of years will go east shortly for a ylsil, Mr. Kay returning later to accept a position that will be ready for hiru by the time of his return. THI GOOD TEMPLARS. Owing to the remode.ing of thei; hall which is now under way, the Good Templara will not hold their regular ; weekly sessdun on Monday night, but instead will give another lawn social at the residence cf R. F. McFall on North Fourth street, one block south of the street car line. An Interesting pro gramme has been prepared, in which several favoi Ites vi!! appear. Prof. Heresford, a recent arrival, will make his bow to a Phoenix audience, and the Rev. Mr. Zumwalt " will give eome echoes from Kansas. This will prob ably be the las-t lawn social of the sea son, and the members cf th lodge wi.l extend a cordial welcome to all who attend. CHANCS FOR PHOENIX SPOUTS. Lieutenant Fisher, taUoied at F- rt Grant, will challenge any middle-weight In Arizona to a milk-drinking contest, fays the Globe Times. The milk to Ix sweet and fresh from a mi.l-dle-nged Methodist cow of fair consti tution: and good charade;. 1'rlvato Mil'er and Kecfe of the Fourteenth cavalry; are responsible for this state ment. FIRST eilKRClI OF CHRIST, SCI ENTIST 44 South Center street, s rv iet s: H a. m. ; sahject, " 1'im ality jjoiden text: "When the wicked spring as the g.e.'s, and when all the work ers of iniquity d Uouiih: it is that they shall be destroyed, forever; but thou, Lcrd, art m-'st high for ever more, Psalm 7.S. Sun lay si hool imtdiately after services. Wednesday e vening rervleo, 8 p. in. Tod;iy Mrs. i O'AlTa C.iiland will lender 'Jerwfa 'Km." (Frank 11. .Brack to. 1 DEATH OF MRS. E. A. RRANEX. Mr.. E. A. I'.ranen, vife f Joseph Rranen, dJed at the Ia"ifij hoppltai, l,o. Angeles, last Fi iday morning. Death was the result of an operation for appendicitis. Nothing i3 known here of the funeral arrangements bu1. burial will probably, take place In Loa Angeles as her only daughter, M;s. Fiank Peck, resides th re. Mr Rrantn v as a member t.f the lodge' of t'nited Moderns of this city. Tr.i is the first death that has occurred in the lodge. A BASEBALL) GAME. There was u hasebail game ysierday . between the West End tam and the Seventh Avenue team, both junior .nines. The score was 15 to 13 In favor of the West Ends. The line-up of the winning team was: Chan nee y Armstrong, c; Brent Lorirg, p: Clarence Bickncll, lb; Robert Dun!.:p, -ly; Murray Kubi-y, 3b: Ben McFar'and. ss;. Lloyd Loring. 'f: Wulter Tu'bert. rf : Lawrence Dyer-. If. The line-up of the Seventh Avenue nine was: Cliff' rd Maddox. c: A if jhso. n: Charley Gin-lue. lb: James Fo:fthe. 'o; Antonio. 3b; St riing Price. xf. Graham, cf: F. Graham, !f; Miller, rf. Al'TOMO BILES. Phoenix probably has irnre automobiles than any other western town of its size. This Ind -cates that Ph(enix is up-to-date, but there are stil nuite a number of citi r ns who cannot afford to buy an auto mobile and are f arced to rely upon t'v- I old and more or less reliable fam'ly horse. It is noticeable too, that t h-" horse Is b comln.T P-s? reliable a th" nutomohfles bevome m re numerous. It ii prfibably the reFUit of preiutllce fin 1 h(k ra--t fif th hnrnr r h f:fi i' i-i only rubbing in the injury done him I by the invention of the bh y le and electric ear. and when forced to an is ?:ue the horse v ill probably get over it just as h did the otlur inventions al which he situ k up his nose. Bui until the horse :ea hes this advanced ground the automohilists owe it t the driv.":r cf horses to go about the streets cautiously and carefully for fear f frightening the old fashioned standby-i anil Inciting runaways. A lady read- i thi- Republican retiusts that a wovd .-f caution be g1ve lo well meaning but careless automobile conductors a? she has twpe been the victim of horser frlghten d at these machines and thnt t to through no fault of her own. Sb It ars that the third event, if It ev r hu opens and it is likely to. will pro .v disastrous. The first time wa abou: a y ar ago when a machine darted acru:. the road in front ff her lug;jy i:hkly' it seared her hore into ;i ilcad faint and he dropped, doing no damage except breaking a shaft. Th' r.rxt fncid nt occurred rrontly and would h:iv end-, in a runaway excel" t for the fact that there were so many teams bunched togeth-r at the line? that none of them could mn wilhojt limbing over each other. ")"e have es;abllshea a rental dt p.irt n 14-n t and HH it your dwellings, busi ness Itouses and ranches for rent. Our I-- ntral io. ation offn unequaled itd vant irrts. . The Evans Toan & Investment Co. VARSITY SUITS Advertised in all the leading magazines of the country. Most popular style ever shown for young nicu. Don't place your order for a suit un til you have seen the "Yarsity." YOUR MOXKT HACK IF YOU WANT IT. McDOUG ALL&. COl Exclusive Haberdashers . S Kext Door to Santa Fe By. Office g IS 1 1 W t We eure Steady Kyr the fall ana winter businc33. Guided by several years' experi ence In the fruit, produce anJ general nuirkei business, o.ir stock shall at all times be j leited nith the ereatest possible care, and with a view to pleas ing the must particular of our patrons. Preliminary , Announcement Fish and Oysters A fine assortment uf Kresh Fish, Oysters, Crabs ami Iibsters re ceived Iu;:y, and immediately plaeed in our culd storage and held at freizind lxiinl. Our siecial pak'i:iK r.ervlk I'.ay J'.ulk Oysters. 20 cents iloz.: or '1 dozn r cents; 3 dozen 5U cents. Ka;;le Ilrand Fresh Frozen Oysters, in cans. Nf cents. Dressed Poultry Sprin-s C'liiekens and Jtoastins Fowl dressed 4laily and prompt ly placed in stt.ruse and thor oughly chilled. Fruits and Vegetables Specialties Now Arriving BLACK FIG?. CUNTS LB. SLACK HKltKil-.S. IHc -I!OX. GliAPES. ALL VAUIKTIKS, 10 to is cents pnrxn. FISKKSTOXB PEACHES, !0 CENTS povxn. PLl".!S AND I'Ut'NES, 10 to 1", CENTS porxn. VALENCIA ORANGES, 40 to CO cents nnz::x. FANCY TOMATOES, 10 CENTS POrNI. DENVER CELKUY, 10 to 13 CENTS STALK. HEAD LETTUCE, 5 CENTS HEAD. - WAX AND PTKING BEANS, CENTS POENI). GREEN PEAS, 12Vi CENTS POl'XD. FANCY ASPARAGUS, 12'i CKXTS ni'XCH. GREEN ( ORN, :5 CENTS DOZ. Butler and Cream The choicest Maricopa Creamery product received fresh every morning. Kutter, per lb.. 2i cents. Cream, per quart, U0 cents. Australian Rye Grass tested ' seed. Kentucky Blue Grass Seed. Now is the time to put in your lawns. Wholesale ' Department A straight car of Watsonville Apples Just received. Lemons, Oranges. Cabbage, Potatoes. Onions, etc.. handled in car lots. Headquarters for Arizona Fruits and Produce. Lowest priefs to the trade. I'riee list on application. TOr. -and Mrs. fieorge 1. llawn fin l OaiiShSi-r left I.t.u tvi-Tiinw via tho M. V. f..i- K1 Pr. o. Mr. Ilawn l:t c-nn-rect-l U'a Ihrr . S: N. W. rai'roa 1. mil h.i- h'j'n Fi-inlinsr some xl.T.e lr T'liuenlx for t.u r 'i-iin-i-at ion of his liealth. Ari-.nr.j thn.'e who li ft fr the- r .uiii n lapt nijrlit's train v. pi p: I. II. '.:!:.: r of S. Lnuis. Mr. .-.ml M ' II. 1. "ulUr f-r S?fnttlf. 11. V. Cr's.'. omalia si ml C'i. ni jjj V. K!iiz!ac b, w ho ):us i'f. n einloj-fii pom'. tinit at t!n plant. f the rhner.ix UlshL & Fuwcr ci.m I any. Wi.iurf- lllil Cnpiitr Ktirk ID')" ! hnrt-M at Will pay $l.:0i) nnnii.- in x i.urrl-nr.jr .r broker. IJ.-.nz ! luncan. -!i5 Wik-o:: I-is An- ((.ief?, "al. T. 1. Cr'iy. auctioneer. cmnlry sales a Fp-eialty, A'Miess Sjuth Third Avenue. 'Phone ""J'i. K. F. K-Iiner orrrs to f -ll his whole Ka!e Kitieery and best ware houses in J'hienix. as a whole, on October first. Inventory before restocking same on larger pcale. It's a good business, bu. owner able to retire. Supplies of All Kinds Including plates, film, papers, mounts, chem icals and all the requi sites of photography. 1 1 E. L. Andrews & Son '"j mm mm SALE The La Vita place, 23 acre, and M aer?s adjoining, opposite Indian school. Is now for pale. Alfalfa, fruit, water light and 7 room house. This place is now in fine shape and will make a de sirable home. UVi miles from Ph.tenix and mile from car line. 10 acres, with new 9 room brick house, windmill and all new improvements, in suburbs of Phoenix, J60C0. A 20 acre alfalfa ranch, two miles from Phoenix; has share water in S. II. V. canal; $1300. SO acres. 63 in alfalfa; feneed an 1 ! cross fenced; orchard and dwelling house; $2200. 5 acres adjoinins Phoenix on the N. W.; small hou?e; just the place for a chicken ranch; W. J ft'Girick & Latham Hnvc'thc Bargains 47 N. Center St. Phono 2201 I For Rent A Brick House. t Four rooms with kitchen: and bath, per month : 5 $12.50. i ARIZONA BUILDING GO, J I 2 18 Fleming Block. E TTTTTTTr (tlIllflllllllltlllll1lllltlllUllllllllllllllllilMIIIlllliM Bat at Oof fee Al's. ! iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii imm imiliiiiiiii Residence Property !"-Ueimi lni-.k on North Third avenue wi.h baiii. elei'.iie li.uht. etc. t?ize or lot. iifixL""" f e;: n.Mcl.iss iilunibint; and tiniMi. l'liee V.6'!".. lil-i:.;om hou.-e. oak iliMirs. fin ' tinisa, aiir ft '2 aerrs f eround. well ini ip:v..l. Stal)!e, ete. 1'llie ?B.3llO. Threj 'f the be.-t h uses on I-ist Van l!ure;i street. 5 to S rooms each. ;1,s:iV. $i. ! ami ?:'..'0O. 4-r.imm fia:ne eott iire on West Mon roe ytie.:, noi'.h oT cai-it.il, two m-reen room.;, bath, well tini.shed. tine shade. r;i $1,250. 4-Room frame c;ttage on East Tay lor street, w'.th porch and f .-reen room, eity water, tree?, etc. I'rice $s;o. 4-Rnom l)i ie!t iu Iliisrhlar.d addition with f men kit- h. n, cellar, eity water. I'.r,, 'i Ui-.i-W from ear line. W'c $S.M1. Fiiu' ii'S'Iiinee on Central avenue ami tine y-room brick within tine mile of'eity sii'l; lioih' have modern im pr vemeuts and 10 acres o" land Bi w ith i aeh. Itesidence to exchange for ranch property, and California, and eastern piei)erty to exchange for ialt River Valloy property. All of t'lu above and much more tity ar.o all kinds of ranch property for sale. E. A. Spaulding, No. 41 West Adams street. Opposite Post-iillce. All persons Indebted to Ir. Wylie are requested to please call at the otiiee of Miliay & Christy. Fleming block, with whom the doctor's accounts are left and settle the same. Ladies' Astride F-addics. latest, fine flowered, handstampeiV saddles, biiKgy and carriage trimming, at N. Porter's Saddle and Harness Co., 142 tEaiit Washington st. Have Paul Morpan tune and regulate your piano for the fall and winter. THE BEST VALUE WE EVER SAW FOR 1 , i.v That is just what you will say when you see our new line of Ladies' Shoes. Six styles to select from. Patent Kid, Extension Soles. . All New and Snappy Styles.' All. for $2.50 , H. R. DlEHli SfiOE CO. with plenty of Houses, Lots and Ranches for sale or rent. Fur nished and Unfurnished Houses and Rooms for rent. Give us a call. . J. Ernest Walker, 1410 Sc Second Avenue Phoenix, Atiz ! THE BEST.. Blue Flame Oil Stove on the market just received 2$ Do You Hat Chocolates 7 We have commencJ to make Chocolates and Bon Bons, and they are bet ter than ever. y KEA.-'ON' We have tho best Chocolate coaling that money can buy, and th'-' best Ingredients for ell our Confections. I.'v Citam always in rca?o-n with us. Sf . HANNA & MUNSON. THE CANDY PEOPLE. Cor. Washington St. and 2d Ah.. Opposite the Court Kccsa. V.'hoUsii'e and Kctail Mfsrs. of Candy an 1 Ice Cream. Jobbers of Cigars. GOODMHN'S THE LEADING PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY CORNER' WHSH1NCTON H CENTER STREETS Rsai Estate, Leans, Insurance HENRY RIDDLE & CO. . ..REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.. KO. 17 NORTH FIRST AVKXVK FOR SALli Several I'.rick an-I Fiame DwelMngs. Two Lo.IsiiiR Houses. Farm I-iiul in all tiuan titles From Five Acres to a Section Oim!-1 Uusir.rss- Prvper ly. MONEY TO LOAN. ' HOI'SKS K'KNTF.P. AOKNTS FOIl NON-KKSII.'I NTS. LIST YOl Tt PROI'IiivTY WITH FS. SEE THE NEW rrn tji Pattern for 1900. jhe Arm- "jEye test. , , . :-.;. . V. . 6 ' v . -"t y Real Estate, Loans, Insur ance, Notary Public Zc2 TaSbot & Hubbard Use the Phone No. 3091 HND mONBY LOANED on real estate or chattel security. Re payable in monthly installments to suit the borrower. Ascertain my rates be fore plat iiig loan elsewhere. E. E. PRSCQE (10 N, Center St. Opp. Adams i i a it ii a ninnc GAS RANGES PHOENIX LIGHT AND FUEL CO. This is one of the eye tests on-? must undergo before he may engage in mili tary s"rvice for Cnele Sam. If you count the dots above correct ly, with the same result tihree tim s in suceeFion, without fatigue of the eyes in the least, it is an evidence of jHrfect vision. - If you cannot do this your vision nt normal and nothing will make it so but properly ground glasses. These v.e supily after a thorough examina tion which leaves no defect undis covered.' DR. GEORGE B. PRATT Arizona's Leading Optician, rilOENIX. AltlZONJK.