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THE AUIZOXA liEPirr.LTCAX: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1901.
The Arcade.- 3a South Center street, high-class', apartments; new furni ture; modern conveniences. No Inva lids taken. References required. Mrs. Cooley. 425 West Van Buren. J experienced, teacher of elocution, phys ical culture and delsarte. - v Black and Galvanized Pipe Fittings Queen of Queens Powder. -Mermaid Washing We Lead HE ONLY EXCLUSIVE LADIES' TAILOR Phoenix. The Only Cloak and Suit House the Territory. We carry a nice line of CLOTH SUITING AND SILKS. Will sell by the yard or make up. Just arrived A NICE LINE OF SILK, CASHMERE AND FLANNEL WAISTS. Riding Skirts Our Specialty. in High-Class I III . : .v'-. . 1111 T'ln 124 to 126 E. Washington Street. ; 127 to 133 E. Adams Street. ' : ; , REMEMBER THE WfelTE HORSE IN FRONT. ' STAGE STRUCK YANKEE Successful Performance at the E or ris Theater Last Wight. entirely worthy of tha generous ronage It received. pat- The entertainment given last even ing1 at the Dorris thvuter for the bene fit of the Good Templars was witnessed" by an unsuaJly larg-e and very apprec iative audience. As a home tatnl pro duction it will be remembered as a ns.Oft succepful and high class perform ance. Prof. Heresford drilled the par ticipants and Individually the ornts taking part rhowed the result if dili gent training1. ' The Indian band opened the perform ance "with an overture. aYid thia wan folloveii by a one-act corned y en titled "A Stasre Struck Yankee.:" Mr. lavis player! the part of a young farmer lad who became enamored with an actress, and becomirig desirous of treading the boards. Is inclined to throw over his sweetheart. "JeWiah." a character taken by Miss Jessie, Sheri dan, and marry the actress. lie left home and met the actress In real life, but was not so smitten nz he once thought himself to be. Later he met the manager and more disappoint ments, and was very glad when his father came along and got him out of troubie and returned hint to his ordi nal sweetheart. The play w;:s well re eived and was very' amusing. At its- conclusion Miss Lillian Slaty entertained the audience with a song a.nd dance. She was heartily applauded and responded with a second ple e. The .second part of the programme Yan opened by M r. "harles I earsley. who sang "Asleep In the Deep." . Mr. reai Iey possesrt s a deep bass voice of unusual power, and he was heartily encored. Then followed an act from Shake speare's great play Itomeo and Juliet, with Prof. Beresford as Romeo and Miss McFall as Juliet. They held the closest attention of the audience and rendered their respective parts in a manner showing unusual natural and developed talents. It being M iss Mc Fall's first appoamnce, hr work i considered exceptionally good. The-closing art consisted of some ex cellently rendered vocal and instru mental solos. Mrs. W. Ashton Rerry in her vocal solo, "The Idol of "My Heart." gave an excellent illustration of a voice of rare culture and training. It is unusually strong and the theater re-'e-h'ed with its melodious tn-s. Miss Welch gave a piano solo which was highly entertaining and added new luster to hr reputation as-a musician, already so well known in Phoerfix. Her selection "was a most beautiful de scriptive composition, entitled "The Al pine Storm." and its execution re quired consummate skill. The sweet notes of the oboe, blending with the deep thunder's roar, constituted a con trast most dimcuit to produce on a single Jnstrument. Eugene Redewill. the young Phoenix violinist, who has already received many words of praise not only here but In California, played a selection of his own composition, which was received , with great applause, though the gen tleman refused to respond to the le mands of an encore. The pice which he played was really a duct, though executed on a single instrument, and Its- rendering marker Mr. Redewill as an ai list of rare ability and attain ments. Taken all in all the entertainment was a great success in every way, anil reflects much credit upon the promo ters. The Good Templars realized a handsome sum from the receipts, and besides have the satisfaction of hat-ins put on the boards an entertainment . .Ventura Kill Copper Stock 10.000 shares at 23c. Will pay $1,200 commis sion to purchaser or broker. Roaz Duncan, 445 Wilcox Building, Los An geles, Cal. " Miss' Slmms, dressmaker, 447 North Fourth avenue. An experienced lady attendant, Mrs. A. R. Ruekley, with Merry man & Htdley, undertakers, 24 West Jefferson street, has charge of a!) ladies and children intrusted to their care; Tele phone 521. i Reef Gall Shampoo at the Hotel Ad orns shaving parlor, the only place in th territory where this treatment of ladies' hair i? administered. Quick worker Mermaid Queen Wash ing Powder. All- kinds of printing, ruling, book and magazine binding and book repair ing done satisfactorily and quickly at The Republican oflice. -Try La sco Tar ror a nice, cleansing bath. . ' - , A Scarce of Pleasure for a gentleman to get an -ljg.mt-titting suit, si:ch as we turn out. in:ide of the bet material, linings and work manship. Gentlemen, the be: is al ways the cheapest. Such- was Oeorge Washington's motto, and is to the prerent day. Nicholson T" ".liT".1" 42 WEST WASHINGTON ST. Established 1SXS. Telephone 29KT. ! Hi- I IB KXXXXX I ! CLOAK AriD SfEJ G roceries Mail orders promptly' atttended to. Latest Free employment office iUIT HOUSE Telehono 2881 A. JT. BRADLEY Undertaker and Embalmer LADY EMBALA1ER Graduate Chicago College of Embalming to attend. Ladies and Children '- ' 'Fhone, 841 V .,. 216 West Washingtoa Street,- , Fboenix, Arizona FREE! . IMPORTED Japanese napkins- TO ALL CHUKCHJUPPERS SOCIETY DINNERS FOR WHICH it ; -dFl i iii SEAL BRAND COFFEE THE Fl NE5Ti GROWN IS PURCHASED! . FOR SALE at The Wakelin Grocer Company KOLDS and' KOUGHS. If ycu havo a-eooi Oownrljrht Kold or a blooming Kough. 8e BEAR. Wa don't claim to cure a Knld in one ilay. but wo can euro one Kold In 2 day. nemmbor. we eivo you what you ask for at . , . NEW YORK RESTAURANT Mark . Lund and Sara Chlng, Proprietors. New dining; room' is guar anteed to be the coolest and most comfortable In the city.. Firstclass meals at all hours. Patror.age solicited. 25-27 South Center street. Phoenix. 9i Cloaks and Jackets m 0, ft i f; 2 4 Those crtftp, chilly mornln? and evenings are a reminder that you i need a new coat this season, and n ow here can be found a more complete -g lire of swell garments than here. All the newest shades and fabrics are respresented in our collection and j every garment that goes out Is positively suaranteed to be the bent at that price to be had. ' The new Kaplans and Newmarkets are especially "swagger" and de- cidedly becoming to most ieople. When you have time come in and try them on, and there is no doubt bu t that we can show you just "your fi 'A kind" cf coat. i ' -. s? Opp. City Hill. 1 b.intMv,urcM,!rj.'4tsiriirXM(V ttx!fvmt!m3ra(a!mKatmmmar. Bear's Drug Store! ebcst always Dr. Hibbard GRADUATE of Harvard Mcdi chI Cuiitfte, ex Unitffl Hiatea Pn- iou Examiner, and Leartingr Specialist in cnronif? ana nimrun rni. jthimj, mid, Kidney Urinary, Bladde. Private nn) Bezal i1if?am't, nominal Weakness with xhau)t4rl vitality pcrmHitvnlly cunl. Can cers and rxterual growtli removed with out the knife or severe mtnNuret. The reason of Dr. Hibbarii'B rrroarkahle nurtetM is due to hfi long experience and exceptional ability in treat in it complicated and lntritnte diaeaMS. Place yourciwin hi liunffR aJ be dealt with hoiibstlr and wientifU-Hlly. Jie member he devote hia entire time and atudT to chronic diteae. if powible A.lwaye be Examined by an Expert. If unrl to call write ireelyand connucntlally. Munycase yield toiiome treatment. Hefercncefc: A.11 the Banks, and prominent bnninena men of the city. Consultation, in peraon or by letter, rree. llourn: 10 lo 12, 1 to A, and 6 to 7. Office aud Laboratory, 8. Second ATenae, iiib bard Bulging, Phovnix, riaona. I MlllS $25.00. JB . ... . . " . . ...,. .. I . t 0'.-,TT if Oi-i-.T S I I HAVE YOU NOTICED ll I 1 OUR MIDDLE PI I WINDOW i a I I fiIcn'c finp rpariv-tn-wpar Tailored Cloth ing from the Leading Tailor House of the East now here waiting your inspection. If you are looking for a Suit or Overcoat, and want Style, Workmanship, Fit and Value combined, it will pay you to see our line of o vercoat MONEY SAVERS $7.50 to $25.00.. B R 2 ; NECKWEAR Just in, 100 dozen of one of New York's Greatest Neckwear Houses Fine Gent's Neckwear made in Puffs, Tecks, Four; in-Hand, Imperials Clubs, Band Bows. Bat Wings, and all the new shapes in all the new colors. These are the odds ana enas 01 tne new suks tnat were their best sellers, and were made to to sell at ."."c, ")Oc and Toe. O C p Your choice., : t It will pay yoiiito lay in a big supply - 6 1 these prices. OnnfO "e Coveting in all styles and I UllEu varieties from $r.00 to LAST DAY Haiiail and Son W orld Famous Fine Shoes for Men - Contract Prices for these SHOES all over the United States "are S6,00 and $7.00 a Pair olt e ABOUT YOUR G old be ,, . . rg Bro IS!!!!!! Saturday's Pants Special Made for Service UNDERWEAR Don't -ou think it is time to lay in a suppl3". Our line of Health Keepers is the talk of the city, JUST THINK of All-Wool Underwear of the Non Irritating, Non-Shrinkable Kind in Natural Wool, Vicuna, Camelshair and Derby Ribbed. ".Made. with French Neck Band, Heavy, bilk btriped, Pearl Button, Full Fashioned and over- lock seams; regular $l.nO Ct fj quality'. Trade winners ... v These cold nights are a reminder to keep your body warm Men's heavy Cal ifornia Cassimeres $2,501 Makers of Prices Remember Our Free Employment Office