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THE , ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATDKDAY MORNING, XOVE5IBER 2, 1901.
Some More of those Chas. K. Fox Sandals just arrived, and they're Just a little nicer than anything shipped west before. They are Fox's new styles, and that mean a they're one season ahead of other makes. You can set nothing m ore Rwell for evening wear in party or dancing shoes than Chas. K. Fox's Sandals Wilson & Wooldridge When You Take Medicine yon don't know what you are taking. You place Implicit trust In the physician who prescribed It and" the druggist 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. P. Hudson Proaortption Pharmacy No. a lut Washington Street. FREE 1 FREE! With Every Purchase A Fine Carbon Photograph! A Copy of Some Celebrated Painting At Art and Curio Shop, West Adams St., Opposite Postoffice. Now Is the time to Buy Cookstoves Ranges. and Heaters Before you buy a cookstove aud cooking utensils don't fail to see the stoves at Davidson's Cash Store ess Bargains in Ranges. Bargains in Dishes. Bargains in every depart ment at Davidson's Cash Store 114 to 118 West Washington St Phoenix, A. T. Telephone No. t3t. t Rlna. Mail-order promptly . filled. 1 News of tKe Town. THE WEATHER Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending S p. m. yesterday: Temperature Departure Departure Sfuce alace lit of Month Jan. 1, 1801 I1H NOBKAL 64 03 1 -HI" Maximum temperrfture, 7C; minimum temperature, 51. Average relative humidity, 67 ; cent. Totril precipitation, .0. . . 'haractor of the day Clear. VM. G. BUKNS. Section Director. WAITING TELEGRAMS. There arc unaeliverel telegrams at the Western Union for H. Onukl, Joe Townsley And John McCracken. FOKESTERS' BALL. Court- Hassa- yampa. No. 1618. Independent Order of Foresters, will give a bail on the nicht nv November 6. There will be no in vitations issued. . . BACK' FHOM MEXICO. W. E. Defty has returned from a two weeks' trip in old Mexico where he went to ex amine La Calara and Listo . Blanco mining properties. . COUNTRY CLUB TEA. The usual Saturday afternoon tea will be given today at the Country club. Mrs. Ml Cowan. Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Irving Andrews will serve. CATTLE FOR THE BUCKEYE. There is a growing movement of cattle toward the Buckeye country for feed ing. ' A half dozen herds have been taken down within the last three days. T. E. FAIUSH HOME. T. E. Farish returned home yesterday from the Sa huanpe mines in Mexico, where he went with a Denver mining expert, who made a careful examination of the properties. MISS ilREHM'S LECTURE. Miss Marie C. Brehra will lecture next Mon day evening in the First M. E. church under the auspices of the W. C. T. U. collection will be taken to carry the work in the territory. CONTINUED LITIGATION. The suit of the London company vs. Charlos Magee was set for yesterday morning in Justice Burnett's court, but was co:i tinued to '& o'clock and later in the day until next Tuesday morning. THE NEW AUDITOR. Territorial Auditor W. F. Nichols, who -was ap pointed a month ago, to succeed Dr. -l. W. Vickers, resigned, yesterday took. charge of the otlice. Mr. Nichols has been in the city more than a week ac quainting himself with the routine of the office. AT REST. John N. Thomas died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. C. C. Dixon, near Liberty, Ariz., on .Oct. 27th, 1901. He was born January 20, 1828. He very recently came from Ore gon, where he had resided for forty two years. He leaves a family of five grown children, three daughters and two eons. TRAP SHOOTING SCORES.-There was a., practice shoot among the gun club members at thetrap yesterday afternoon at which the following score.i were made: Aitken, 8. 10. 7, 7, 10, 1(1, 9; Finney, 9, 8, 4, 6, 9: Graham, 7. C: Barnes, 10, 7; Elijah. 10, 4. 7. 8. 6; Harri son, 4, 8. 5. 7; Morrell. 9, 8, 8. 8. At field shooting: Aitken, 9, 8: Morrell, 10, 10. EXCURSION TO TEMPE. The high school foot ball team wili go to Tempe this morning at 9 o'clock on a sped U Will You Incorporate , B We supply companies with Litho graphed Stock Certificates, Seals, Stock Books, etc. The fl. If. McNeil Co. Statlonern. Printers. Binders. Phoenix, Arizona Send for estimates. . Do you like pictures? The Phoenix Stationery & News Co. have a fine stock of Framed Pictures, Unframed Pictures, Frames and Mold ings, and are receiving more almost daily. Come In and let us show them to you. Phoenix Stationery & News Co. 10-12 West Washington Street, train, which will return again at 4 o'clock. Their object in going to Temp is to skin the normal foot ball team, ant. they have given their word that they win do it. Those who desire, tc witness the skinning will be allowed to ride on the excursion train if they buy tickets. WINTER TRAVEL. The tourist travel in this direction Is now fairly opened and every train brings in a number who come to try the benefits and pleasures of a mild winter climate. Reside the individual tourists arriving, two parties registered at the Ford hotel yesterday and will remain here several months. One" party wascomposed of i . . Kopplpeman, Mrs. F. Knlv.-1, Mrs. Wilkinson and Dr. W. A. Holt of Calumet. Mich., and the other was Dr. P. Knapp and A. M. Knapp of White Plains, N.- Y. OBSTINATE INDIANS. Assistant United Slates Attorney Bennett has gone to Yuma to conduct the prosecu tion of a lot of Indians charged with a small but bloodless rebellion againt the government. They are parents or other relatives of pupils of the Indian school on the other side of the Colo rado. The pupils were allowed to cross the river for a short stay, and they are there yet. When they did not return to the school the superintendent caine to Yuma to see what detained them and to compel the'lr return. He was surrounded by the parents of the pu pils, who threatened him with violenco if he persisted in attempting to force education on the unwilling children. The superintendent returned and no tified the authorities of the trouble. NEW CORPORATIONS. Articles of the following corporations were filed yesterday in the ottioe of the county, re corder: The McKlnley Mining and I Smelting company with a capital stock of $l,(MW.0t0. and the incorporators are M. C. Barber, D. W. Smith, W. N. Mc- Gill. E. W. Campbell. F. Morck and ; others of Chicago. The Siskiyou Mill ing and Development company, capital stock. GO0,0u: incorporators. A.. II. Denny, J. Stephens, B. A. Card well. I'.. It. Benney and W. J. Wallace of Sis kiyou. Cal.: the Conquest Consolidated Oil company, capital stock. Sl.ouo.Oi'O. inioriiorators. W. H. Mulholland. F. D. Snelling. 13. C. Plumb. M. A. Fell and I.. P. Hammond, all of Chicago: the Black Victor Gold and Copper Mining company, capital stock. SS0O.000: incor porators. M. Ii. Harlan. C W. Sluyton. A. J. Stoner and W.- It. Jones, 'all oC Phoenix. AN OLD MAN FREE. Governor Murphy yesterday granted a pardon to Dynoisius Miller, an old man con. victed in Yavapai county last June of deadly assault, and sentenced to the penitentiary for one year. The peti tion for Miller's pardon was signed by the members of the grand jury which indicted him, and by the trial jurors who convicted him. as well an by scores of the best citizens of the county , in which he had resided for a great many years. To their petition was joined that of the superintendent' of the prison, who says that he old man is so feeble that he is unable to perform any kind of labor. He has, moeover. been a model prisoner. Miller Is a na tive of Germany. Is 70 years old and was a soldier in tbv civil war. His wife has been an inmate of the insane asylum for several years. His offense was the discouragement of the mining industry in the neighborhood where he lived. He had a small ranch for which he had procured an irrigation system and was getting along well until a couple of men Invaded the vicinity and engaged in placer mining. The two industries did not work well together. The old man's ditches were interfered with, and finally he undertook to as sert his priority rights with a gun. The petitioners state that up to that time, he had been peaceable, and that whether or not he was right in his con tention with the placer miners, he cer tainly thought he was. Our list of residences for sale and for rent is extensive. The Evans Loan & Investment Co. Miss Trowbridge, the well-known artist, who was here last winter, has returned and will reopen her studio at 401 Fleming block November 1. Mls Trowbridge has been in Flagstaff all summer, where she has been conduct ing a most successful class In water coior painting. Ladies, have a beautiful bust. Cream of Hoses flesh food strengthens and de- ! velops-any part of the body. $1.00 per Jar. Bust enlarged 4 to 6 Inches In one month without mechanical appliance. Itooms 22 Third Ave., oft Washington. 4 A SNAP. $1.(00 buys a $1,700 pair of diamond ear-drops; or will exchange for real estate or cattle. We have many more bargains In fine Jewelry at the Phoe nix Loan Office. 20 Cast Washington street. . ' Deimel Linen Mesh Underwear. oooo This Is an Underwear which we can recommend with con fidence to you. Every custo mer who has tried It Is pleased with it. It Is especially adapted for -wear In this cli mate. Tnose who wear Dei mel Linen-Mesh Underwear seldom catch colds. TOUR MONET BACK IF TOU WANT IT. f McDOUGALL &CO Exclusive Haberdashers Next Door to Santa Fe By. Office I 4 - ' Bjxtors t Just opened: ' SPICED LAMB'S TONGUE, 25 CENTS LB. PICKLED PIGS FEET, 2 LBS. 25 CENTS HONEYCOMB TRIPE, 20 CENTS LB. REX MINCE MEAT, MOIST 2 LBS. 25 CENTS. . FATTEST. HEADLESS. NO. 1 SHORE MACKER EL EVER BROUGHT TO PHOENIX. 2 FOR 35 CTS. ' HAMBURG SPICED HER RING, 3 FOR 25 CENTS. NEW APPLE CIDER. PER GALLON. 60 CENTS. CRABAPPLE CIDER, IN QUARTS, 75 CENTS. NEW FLOWER AND GAR DEN SEEDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. "Whenever you are In doubt about what to order for lunch or dinner, and want I ' something good that can be prepared quickly order .UXTON'S lG . ERW1CK AY '1VALVES 20 CENTS DOZ., 2 DOZEN FOR 85 CTS, 3 DOZ. FOR 1 50 CTS. The largest, fat- test and best flavored Oys ters ever imported into Phoenix. Buxton's Australian Rye Grass and Kentucky Blue Grass Seed. tested a. rid guaranteed to grow. t Weun.ted Arizona. Dates ' Pomegranates ' Pears Paper Shell Almonds -Highest spot cash price paid for country produce. Protect Yourself and Your Morse With a Good Lap Robe and Horse Blanket from Capital Harness Shop ' OSCAR R. LECHLER " Proprietor OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. ' Wantea, a thoroughly competent and trustworthy man to Invest tlO.000 In and take the active management of u. general merchandise busines in a grow ing mining community In Arizona. Mining trade exclusively. -.Business noy paying profit of dbout $1.00 monthly. Other interests require at tention of present owner. Address Gen eral Merchandise, this office. Buy the Best It pays in the longrun' ' ...Bicycles have long been acknowledged as the best wheels made. The 1901 wheels are the hand somest yet produced. E. L. ANDREWS & SON Two . 8-foot showcases for sale cheap. r UJPpO mm s - - VS rvV lire, -ex Headquarters Strangers. We have the most complete list of Furnished and Unfur nished Houses for rent in the city. INFQRMATION FREE We have the best Boarding and Rooming House for rent m the city. This will - pay you to investigate. We invite your special at tention to our list of invest ments. We have some great bargains in Cit Residence and Country Property. These will make you nionej'. Money, always on hand for Gilt Edge Real Estate Loans. Uur rates the lowest. WeiricK & Latham Have the Bargains. 47 N. Center St. 'Phone 2201 yiiuiimaiiu.im in inilu.inuiiin I tg For Rent L A Brick House. ! j Four rooms with kitchen t : and bath, per month ' t $12.50. (ARIZONA BUILDING CO., 21S Fleming Elock. i TrTTTTTTT HiiiiiliMlmiiiiiiiuiiHMiiumiiMiiMimimimiaimit 1 E3at at Coffee For Sale ORANGE GROVES -AND- ORANGE LANDS I have some oC tne best bargains any one can offer many of them exclusive. Just now I can offr extra values In 5, D, 40 and 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 80 acres of well im proved land with ea oh and best of wa ter rights, y ". , California and Hastern property ' to Exchange for Salt River VaMey prop erty. . 5 acre ranch with new brick house, furnished, for retit. ... vj - nit; uunuiiig iul on f irsi 11 vcriut", south of Bennitt lane for sale for $500. 2-Story, 8-room brick house on North First Avenue, with modern Improve ments. Owner will give immediate possession, or lease the property of purchaser for one year for 12 per cent of seUing price. I have two 11.000 residences for sale on same terms. . E. A. Spaulding, No. 41 West Adams street. Opposite PostofHce. Beit Propertie. For Rent and For- Sale. COLLINS, TAYLOR & SON, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. Renting n Specialty. No I M. First Avinne, Phoenix Aria -The Occidental, opened under new management. Strictly respectable, first-class rooming house. All modern' conveniences. Opposite Hotel Atlanta. H. M. Chapman, Manager , tTil f . ei ii a n ii ii i ' v . ii i I 7r . . JOHNSTON & MURPHY'S Fine Foot- V wear for Men. The latest novelties in stitched heels, extension soles, etc. In fact, the finest lot of footwear ever shown". in Phoenix. '. i - H. fl. DIEHIi SHOE CO. Just What You Want A fue ten-room modern, up-to- date house. Time, six mouths at $100 per month. See me quick. J. Ernest Walker, 1-4-16 Second Avenue, Phoenix,' Ariz. 'Phono SOI Residence 3031 L 1 Do You Want to Bu' a Heating Stove, Cook' Stove, or a Steel Range. If. you do, we have the right thing at right prices Candies for the Fall Trade Chocolates, all flavors. " "Buttercups, all flavors. Peanut Brittle. Bonbons.., ' '. Kirats. Marshmal'lows. Mij-ed Candies of all descriptions. French Nougat. All-Day Suckers for the School Chil dren. - i Ice Cream always In season. Fresh Fruits, etc. ' HANNA & MUNSON. THE CANDY PEOPLE. Cor. Washington St. and 2d kn.. Opposite tne Court House. nnoiesa.e ana ltetall Mfgrs. of Candy and Ice Cream. Jobbers of Cigars. GooD7vmrsrs THE LEADING PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY CORNER WHSHINGTON FIND CENTER STREETS . Real Estate, Loans, Insurance HENRY RIDDLE & CO. REAL ESTATE AND LOANS..: XO. 17 NORTH FIRST AVENUE . - . - FOIl SALE Several Brick and Frame Dwellings. Two Lodging Houses. Farm Land in all quan titles From Five Acres to a Section Good Business Property. MONEY TO LOAN. HOUSES RENTED. AGENTS FOR NON-RESIDENTS. . LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH tJS. SEE THE NEW Pattern for 1900. DR. GEORGE B. PRATT ArUona'a Lnadins Optician. AT LAST Real Estate, Loans, Insur ance, Notary Public Talbot & Hubbard Use tba Phone No. 3091 niONEY LOANED on real estate or chattel security." payable in monthly installments to suit the borrower. Ascertain my rate, be fore placing loan elsewhere. E. E PHSCOE HO N. Center St. Opp. Adams., GAS RANGES PHOENIX LIGHT AND FUEL CO. t The Cycle illusion Swing this picture around sn Iftly be fore your eyes and see the bicycle go. Many optical illusions of this nature only serve to show what a wonderful org-an in the human eye, and yet how easily it may be deceived. So even with the perfect eye, but an hundredfold so with the imperfect, which It certainly behooves us to pro tect by all natural and artificial means. Eye-helps that's our business. Per fect .eyeglasses and spectacles ac curately adjusted for all defects of vision. - 9