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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, ' 1901.
rs. Berryman's eeitah on Tuesday evening, October 22, will be strx-tly "Up to tinufif." No chet nut numbers, no agonizing waits; but two hours full or enjoyable, high-class entertainment. Kverybody att ending is requested to wear a pair of W. & "W. squeakle ss shoes. Their beauty, comfort ami durability speak 1 or themselves, but not In a squeaky voice. You get y our money's worth every time at ilson & Wooldridge fhen You Take 'edicine t don't know what you are ns. Tou place implicit trust the physician who prescribed Bnd the druggist who com- l tided it. We realize this y, and act accordingly. We you to have every conn ive in us we want your pre option trade. We make a oialty of this line we will treciate your trust. K p. Hudson presorlptlen Pharmacy No. 2 Eut Washington Street. News of tKe Towrv THE WEATHER Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Probably show ers: cooler. Data for 21 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: EE! FREE! With Every Purchase A Fine bon Photograph! A Copy of Some Celebrated Painting At Art and Curio Shop, West Adams St., Opposite Postoffice. GRAND fatelio Ou RALLY Saturday Afternoon Phoenix Opera House October 19th Temperature Departure Departure biore since lit ol Month Jan. 1, 1901 HSAK NORMAL 77 6K 106 4 ti Maximum temperature, 8G: minimum temperature. 68. Average relative humidity, 36 per cent. Character of the day Partly cloudy. Totol precipitation, 0. WE G. BURNS. Section Director. at L Murphy, Judge Baker, ;e Ains worth, Judge Mc nick,B. A. Fowler and oth- pvill speak on this all-ini int question. Everyone plaricopa County should je and swell the meeting to enthusiastic throng de ding Statehood. Come ear- Inough to call at Davidson's Cash Store st do your purchasing in dware, Stoves, Queens- Guns and Ammuni Ye want statehood fly as much as we do cus- lers. jvidson's Cash Store 114 to US West Washington St Phoenix, A. T- 4e phone No. 23. S Rlnfc Mail orders promptly filled. NEW NOTARIES. Notarial com missions were yesterday issued to Mrs. M. E. Wheeler of Big Bur. Yavapai county, and J. E. Wagoner of Wago ner, Yavapai county. WILL. REOOVER.-r-Harry Hannah, the 14-year-old son of Inspector Han nah.' who was supposed to have been fatally shot accidentally by a . com panion three 1 weeks ago while 'out, hunting, near Nogales. gives promise of ultimate recovery. He now sits up, has a good appetite and promisee to yet develop into a strong and useful man. " i ' UNITED MODERN IN CONGRESS. A new lodge of the Order of United Moderns was instituted In Congress on the evening of the 17th by Organizer Wm. U. Jones. The lodge starts off with a good membership. The officers are as follows: John R. Kohlen. chan cellor: Mrs. Wm. Keyes. regent: Mrs. T. J. f'arrigan, orator; A. McDougal, guide; John T. Humphrey, warden: Warlop, watchman; T. J. Carrigan. T. F. Stein and Wm. Orebe. trustees. GUN UL.UB SHOOT.-The Phoenix Ciun club will hold its weekly practice shoot today at 4 o'clock. Mr. 1. L. McDonald, who has been defeating most of the northern Arizona shooters at blue rocks, came in from Prescott last night and will make his first ap pearance at the Phoenix traps today. Mr. McDonald will shoot with the Pres cott team during the tournament here next month. GONK TO OAKLAND. I tec. C. J. Banks, who recently resigned the pas torate of the Baptist church In Mea. is now at Oakland, 'al. He is wanted us pastor at several places in Cali fornia, but has not yet decided where he will establish a home. Mr. Banks was very successful in his work in Mesa, saw the church building re paired and made beautiful and the congregations greatly Increased. He I is an aoie preacner, a iaitnrm pastor and will do good work anywhere. NEW CORPORATIONS. Articles of the following companies were filed in the office of the county re-ordjr yes terday: The Rich Hill Mining com pany. The capital stock is $100,000, the Incorporators are H. E. McKee and F". Pendergast of Octave; Herrera Ithein & Company, capital stock $100,000 In corporators. J. A. Herrera, J. E. Rhein, II. L. Edwards, H. N. Lee. C. R. Kim ball of EI Pasof Baltimore Mining, Milling A Tunneling company, capital stock $2,000,000, incorporators. C. E. Watkins, J. W. Watkins and M. A. La th pop of Boston; Lock port Lead Mining company, capital stock $60, 000. incor porators. O. F. Dyer, P. M. Witt. F. Cox. J. W. Goyle. W. Lindsay, H. G. Butt and S. P. Witt of Oventon. Ky.; the Kentucky River Mining & Devel opment company, capital stock $1,000, 000, Incorporators, last above named. JUSTICE GRAY'S COURT. Two more arrests were made yesterday on warrants sworn to in Justice Gray's court by the superintendent of the Arizona Water company. They were J. D. Crabb for breaking headgate No. 44. and Austin Starkweather for break ing gate No. 26. both in the Maricopa canal. Ygnacio Albares and Felipe Garcia will be tried this morning for disturbing the peace. BACK FROM ALASKA. J. A. Frns er. a brother in law of Supervisor J. A. Marshall and Jack Martin, returne 1 yesterday morning from Alaska, where they have been at work for more than a year. Tney are operating a fine cop per property on Copper river. On their way down they stopped at San Fran cisco, where they saw Charley Mason and Thomas Graham, both members at different times of the legislature from Pinal county. Both have grown rich in mining. Mr. Graham is threatened with blindness and was at San Iran cisco for treatment. AN EXPERT SHOT AND MINER. Mr. D. D. McDonald, former newspaper man, present mining expert and mag nate, and above all the champion wini; shot of the territory, arrived in town last night. He is principally here nn mining business, but he will make this visit an occasion to show the locr.I sportsmen what ho can do over the trap. He has a standing offer against the shots of the northern part of tlv territory to come in with cash to prove who is the best man. Between events at the traps today Mr. McDonald will entertain proposition regarding mining deals. THE NEW E STRAY LAW. The new estray law is worthy the consid eration of all who expect to lose stock. all who expect to find stock, as well as those who ma; be called upon to sit in judgement between these two class es. So far those who have Icen calteJ upon to act under it have manifested an unfamiliarity with Its provisions in tne matters of taking up the stock in the first place, the making of proper affidavits to the proper officer at the right time, and generally in the doing of those things which the law says must be done just so. For the benefit of those who desire to study the law their attention is directed to Title 22. of the civil code, paragraphs 2489 to 2497 inclusive. AN OLD MAN AMUCK. Late yes terday afternoon an old man came running down Adams street cutting circles- in the air 'With his fists and further puncturing it with sulphurous expressions. He was drunk and had a grievance against some one who had assaulted him because he was ol.l. Charley Barnett. George Mauk and W. C. Foster were standing on the post office corner when the old man swept ::long. Mr. Foster side-stepped and left Mr. Mauk directly within range be cause he was the smallest of the party. That gentleman interposed a btcycl and temporarily saved himself. In the meantime Mr. Foster took a wall: r. round the block, and the presence Mr. Barnett was thus forced upon tlu old man. The county ussessor made a stand, and as that was not prvclseiy what the- aggrieved ancient was look ing for he again turned upon Mr. Mauk as the only pers-On who tie thought war about his size. He was again diverUd by Mr. Harnett, and was started up street swearing that Phoenix was a chrap town In which a man could gt neither a square deal nor a fight. PHOENIX BASEBALL TEAM. Th'j Phoenix baseball team returned from Tucson yesterday morning smeared all over with glory and the pride of the organization that is backing it. Th-? boys did good work in both games with the Tucsonians and are entitled to great credit and the future supjmrt of every citizen who takes any inter est whatever in the national game. They sa y t he Tucson people treated them kindly and hospitably and made their .visit as pleasant as hosts could be expected to do when their gues's were wiping up the earth with them. The scores of 9 to 8 and 10 to 8, both in favor of Phoenix, are not a proper in-' dication of what the Phoenix boys could have done If necessary, for th-? reason t hat in both games they went to bat last, and. being ahead in the store did not take their last Inning in either game. Mays made a great rec ord pitching the first game, and Wor mell sustained his reputation in the second. Long did his usual good work behind the bat. Cisney and Brawley both made spectacular plays and the latter did some unusually good batting. Altogether Phoenix should be proud of her baseball team. Will You Incorporate Our list of residences for sale and for rent is extensive. The Evans Loan & Investment Co. We supply coin panics with Litho graphed Stock Certificates, Seals, Stock Books, etc. The D. II. McNeil Co. Stationers, Printers, Binders. Phoenix, Arizona Send for estimates. Do you like pictures? The Phoenix Stationery & News Co. have a fine mock of Framed Pictures, Vnframed Pictures. Frames and Mold ings, and are receiving more almost daily. "oine In and let us show them Deimel Linen Mesh Underwear. oooo to you. Phoenix Stationery & News Co. 10-13 West Washington Street. Thfs is an Underwear which we can recommend with con fidence to you. Kvery custo mer who has tried It is plcasej with it. It is especially adapted for wear in this cli mate. Those who wear Dei mel Linen-Mesh Underwear seldom catch colds. TOUR MONET BACK IF TOU WANT IT. McDOUGALL&CO Exclusive Haberdashers Next Door to Santa Fe Ey. Office BuxtoiVs Market Headquarters Fancy Fruits a. rid Tegetaibles We Offer Today BLACK FIGS. 20 CENTS I.B. ELACKBEltRIKS, 15c BOX. STRAWBERRIES, FANCY, PER BOX. 20 CENTS. GRAPES, ALL. VARIETIES, 10 TO 15 CENTS POUND. CONCORD GRAPES, PER LB., 20 CENTS. BARTLETT PEARS. RIPE, JUICY FRUIT. 5 CENTS LB. FREESTONE PEACHES, 5 - CENTS POUND. PLUMS AND PRUNES, 10 to 15 CENTS POUND. VALENCIA ORANGES, 40 to 60 CENTS DOZEN. FANCY TOMATOES, 10 CENTS POUND. DENVER CELERT, 10 to 15 CENTS STALK. HEAD LETTUCE, 5 CENTS HEAD. WAX AND STRING BEANS, 1214 CENTS POUND. LIMA BEANS. 15 CENTS LB. GREEN PEAS. 12M CENTS POUND. FANCY ASPARAGUS, 12V4 CENTS BUNCH. GREEN CORN. 25 CENTS T07.. SUMMER SQUASH, 10 CENTS PER I.B. CAULIFLOWER, 13 CTS. LB. CUCUMBERS. 5 CENTS UP. RHUBARB. 15 CENTS LB. SPINACH. E CENTS BUNCH. NEW CHESTNUTS, PER LB.. SO CENTS. CRANBERRIES, PER QUART, 20 CENTS. i SMOKED HALIBUT CHUNKS, 30 CENTS POUND. Compressed Yeast received twice week. Cheese. Every description of Imported and Domestic Cheeses, held at the proper temperature in our cold storage cases. Our great specialty, the French Cheese Factories product, put up in handsome -tin-foil packages, at 10 and 15 cents. Pickles Sour Gherkins, Sweet Gherkins. German Dill Pickles. Onions, Imported Olives. Sweet Stuffed Pickles. More to arrive. Black Split Mission Olives. Dressed Poultry Spring Chickens and Roasting Fowl dr ssd daily and prompt ly placed in storage and thor oughly chill, d. Domestic Ducks and Turkeys dressed to order. Fish and Oysters A fine assortment of Fresh Fish, Oysters, Crabs and Lobsters re ceived Daily, and immediately placed in our cold storage and held at freezins point. Our special pack Big Berwick Bay Bulk Oysters. 20 cents doz.; or 2 dozen 35 cents; 3 dozen CO cents. Eagle Brand Fresh Frozen Oysters, in cans, 85 cents. Australian Rye Grass and Kentucky Blue Grass Seed. tested and guaranteed to ' grow. Wanted ARIZONA GROWN DATES. W0M WW HERE AX LAST JOHNSTON & MURPHY'S Fine Foot wear for Men. ; The latest novelties in stitched heels, extension soles, . etc. In fact, the finest lot of footwear ever shown in Phoenix. H. R. DlEHli SflOE CO. Headquarters FOR Strangers. We have the most complete list of Furnished and Unfur nished Houses for rent in the city. INFORMATION FREE We have the best Boardine and Rooming House for rent in the city. I his will pay you to investigate. We invite j'our special at tention to our list of invest ments. We have some great bargains in City, Residence and Country Property. These will make you mone'. Money always on hand for Gilt Edee Real Estate Loans. Our rates the lowest. Weirick & Latham Have the Bargains. 47 Pi. Center St. 'SSS.- Just What You Want A fine ten-room modern, up-to-- date house. Time, six months at $100 per month. See me quick. J. Ernest Walker, Real Estate, Loans, Insur ance, Notary Public 1416 Second Avenue, Phoenix, Ariz. Phono EOI Residence 3031 n ..... For Rent j A Brick House. Four rooms with kitchen and bath, per month t $12.50. ARIZONA BUILDING CO. J 2 IS Fleming Block. t JttT tTTTTfTTTT'TTTTmrtfTTT'tTTTTTTTTT Do You Want to Buy a Heating Stove, Cook Stove, or a Steel Range. If you do, we have the right thing at right prices Talbot & Hubbard Candies for the Fall-Trade Chocolates, all flavors. Peanut Brittle. K frees. Mixl Candies of all descriptions. Buttercups, all flavors. Bonbons. Marshmallows. French Nougat. All-Day Suckers for the School Chil dren. Ice Cream always in season. Fresh Fruits, etc. HANNA & MUNSON. THE CANDY PEOPLE. Cor. WashlRTfan St. and 2d iie.. Onnnsite the Court House. ; -rr i Wholesale and Retail Mfgrs. of Candy and Ice Cream. Jobbers of Cigars. Use the Phone No. 3091 Hat at 1! Coffee THE LEADING PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Al's. I CORNER WHSHINGTGN HND CENTER STREETS Ileal I'ropcrtlCK For Kent and For Sale. COLLINS. TAYLOR & SON. REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. Renting: n Specialty. No. 11 N. First Avenue. Phoenix Arix POLIO K f'OUUT.-Two drunken men were arrented yesterday, admitted t bail and will be tried today. iimiiimti For Sale ORANGE GROVES -AND- For Rood loads of crushed granite se:; 13. R. Mapl. TO CONTRACTORS. Drawinfrs and ppei-iflcationH now irady for estimates nt W. R. Norton's olllce. A Complete Bicycle Stocked is not seen every da. We pride ourselves in having the most complete stock in the Southwest, Los Ange les not excepted. ,Wc sell the three best makes of wheels in the world: Columbiaa, Clevelands, Crascents and have new wheels in stock at all prices from $18.50 to $75. We take pleasure in showing them E. L. ANDREWS & SON ORANGE LANDS I have some C tne best bargains any one can offer many of them exclusive. Just now I ran ofTer extra values in 5, 30, 40 and 1U acre ranches, also in desirable and well located homes in Phoenix. I also have three exceptionally fine residences located within two miles of town, 10 acres to. SO acres of well Im proved land with each and best of wa ter rignts. California and Eastern property to Exchange for Salt River Valley prop erty. R .-n-re ranch with new brick house, furnished, for rent. Fine building lot on First avenue, south of Uennitt lane for sale for J500. 2-Story. 8-room brick house on 'North First Avenue, with modern improve ments. Owner will Rive immediate possession, or lease the property of purchaser for one year for 12 per cent of selling price. I have two $1,000 residences for sale on same terms. flIONEY LOANED on real estate or chattel security. Ilea payable In monthly installments to suit the borrower. Ascertain my rates be fore placing loan elsewhere. E. E. PHSCOE E. A. Spaulding. No. 41 West Adams street. Opposite rostufllce. Venture Hill Copper Stock 40.000 shares at 23c. Will pay J1.200 commis sion to purchaser or broker. Boaas Duncan. 415 Wilcox Building, Los An geles, Cal. Take a. bottle of Robinson's Ture Irf-mon Juice home with you. 210 W. Washington st. Ice cream, sherbet, fruits, salads, fish, meats, chicken, etc Get a nice steak out of our coll storage. Dishes washed by steam. Lunch counter and dining room. Special cafe and private rooms or seoend floor. Coffee Al's Reftaurant. Real Estate, Loans, Insurance HO N. Center St. Opp. Adams HENRY RIDDLE & CO. REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.. XO. 17 NORTH FIRST AVENUE FOR SALE Several Brick and Frame Dwellings. Two Lodging Houses. Farm Iand in all quantities From Five Acres to a Section C!oo! Business Property. MONEY .TO LOAN. HOI'SES RENTED. AGENTS FOR NON-RESIDENTS. LIST YOUR PROP ERTY WITH US. 1 SEE THE NEW GAS RANGES D.n n ionn DHnrMiv iihht nun run i PH0LNIX LIGHT AND FUEL CO. ? Ideals Are All Right but facts and figures arc more reliable and satisfactory. It is a fact that our optical work is giving entire satis faction. It is a fact that we have no complaints, no "kickers," no dissatisfied customers. Our ideals of the optical Arizona's Lcsdtn optician, business are high, our prices rHOENix. Arizona, low, our work the best. DR. GEORGE B. PRATT