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tHE ARIZONA' REPUBLICAN: S UN DAY MORNING, NOVEMBE tl 3, 1901.
V Some More of those' Chas. K. Fox San dais Just arrived, and they're just a little nicer than anything s hipped west before. They are Fox's .new styles, and that mean s they're one season ahead ot othor makes. . " ' '' ' You can get nothing more swell for evening wear In party or "'dancing shoes than Chas. K . Fox' s Sandals & When You Take Medicine & 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 realise this fully, and act accordingly. We ' want you to have every confl . dence In -us we want your pre scrlptlon trade! i ' We make a specialty of this line we will appreciate your trust. T. P. Hudson Prssorlptien Pnarmasj Ho, t But Washington atmt FREE! FREE! With Every Purchase 'j - . A Fine ' . , . ;' Carbon Photograph! A Copy of Some Celebrated Painting At ' ' . Art and Curio , Shop, West Adams St., Opposite Postoffice. mtl I3niUtIllIV to Buy Ranges and " Before you buy. a cookstove and; cooking utensils don't fail to see. the stoves at . Davidson's Cash Store Bargains in Ranges. Bargains in Eishes. 1 Bargains in' every depart ment at r ;; "V . . Davidson's Cash Store U to 118 West Washington St Phoenix, . A.. T. v ' !' Telephone No.-S3. Binge. . Mail orders promptly filled.' ' Wilson Cookstoyes Heaters Wooldridge News of theTowi ,.- THE WEATHER Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Dcta for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yes terday: . .. Teat pan tor Dawrton Since 1st oi Month Ooputnre Inus Ju. l. imi 6 62 4 4l Maximum temperature 80;. minimum temperature, 61. .'.' V Average relative Jiumidit;. 60 per cent. ' ;, . - ' Total precipitation; .0. . Character of the day Clear. - f, WMjO. BURNS.. , Section Director,. AT THE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. The subject of the Rev. Mr. Zumwalf's morning sermon will be "Obedience." -EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Services at Trinity church today at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Pews free, and cord ial welcome to all.. -ADVENTIST SERVICES. Elder Webster iias returned and will speak' tonight. A cordial invitation extenJa to everybody. Corner Third and Pierre streets. THE GOOD TEMPLARS. Gardtsn Valley lodge No. 1 will meet In regular session, in the lecture room of the First Christian church tomorrow evenins at 7:30 o'clock. FOOT BALL GAME. The junior In dian school foot ball team and the Timers, a. ferocious Phoenix organiza tion, came tosether yesterday after- noon on the Indian school field and the; Tigers lacerated their prey by .a score o- 6 to 5. A DEAD EAGLE. The-fuwnnlhrs - . , ii in "take place tomor row afternoon at 4 o'clock. It will be conducted by the local lodge of Eagles recently organized. The dead man was! a member of lodge No. 6 at Tacoma. PHPIfiTtiK PHl'RfH K-W7IfK- i Regular services at the Christian I church this morning. Subject of the sermon "Forgiveness." There will be a union young people's meeting at the First M. E. church in the evening at 0 o'clock. Regular preaching service at the church at 7:30; subject. "A Gospel of Fact." 'EL WELL'S JOKE. MaJ. J. Frank Elwell, an employe of the McNeil print ing house, played a practical joke on himself yesterday. He sent an appren tice to one of the other printing ofllces to borrow a type grinder. The lad brought back a big piece of iron, which did not seem to satisfy Mr. Elwell. ar-il a second trip secured a box of lead, which Mr. Elwell had to send home by a dray at nis own expense. The ap prentice thinks the Joke Is on the Jokr. : DEER HUNTERS MOVING. Mr. 3. M. Aitken, president of the local gun club, and one ot the best trap shots in rizona,' left on the morning train for northern Arizona and will Join Joseph H. Holmes and H. H. Watkins of King man about the middle of the month o:-. a big deer hunt south of Winslow for ten days, all three returning to Phoenix in time for tne territorial tournament of the gun clubs, which opens here No vember 26. RELIGIOUS MEETINGS Rev. Mer lon Smith has arrived here and will hold a scries of religious meetings. He is , a Scotchman and is said to be a powerful preacher, having accom plished much good in the cities where Will You Incorporate . We i supply companies with Litho graphed Stock. Certificates, Seals, Stock Books, etc. ... 0'.", . . .' - '' The IL fl.; McNeil Co. Stotiotlcrw, Printers, Binders. - Phoenix, Arizona Send for estimates. - The I'hocuix Stationery & News Co. have a fine stock of Framed Pictures, Unframed Pictures, Frames and Mold ings, ami are receiving more almost dally. Come In and let us show them to you. ' . . ' ' Phoenix Stationery & News Go. If IS Wc,;t Washing'ca Street. fin vnii likpninfurp uv juu iniupiuiui uu he has labored. . He has brought a big tent, which is being placed at the cor ner of Second avenue and Adams street and In which' his meetings will be held .. ,. ... , . .; WHO IS TO BLAME? Secretary Stoddard Is in receipt of a letter from the librarian ot the state librnry at Albany, N. Y., who recently purchased . a copy of Arizona's so-called code, from j which is quoted: "la there any way f i ascertaining what laws were passed during the 1901 session of the legisla-1 ture? It does not seem possible to And out from revised statutes of 1901." This , letter discloses dense Ignorance on the t port of the sociology division of - the Empire State's library or Is a severe criticism ot the work of Arizona's law makers! DEPARTURE OF G. PlERRONET-j Mr. George Pieronnet, well and favor ably known in local business and social circles, anticipates leaving within a very few days for Chicago, thence to New York, to remain in the latter city indefinitely. He has an offer from the Unites States steel corporation of a position In the Wall street stock exchange o dices, but has not decided to accept it. He goes to New York with l.at opportunity in view. Mr. Pieron net expresses reluctance at leaving Phoenix, where he has spent three win ters, and believes that he will return l this place some time In the future. A BIRTHDAY . PARTY. Miss Helen Thode celebrated Her seventh birthday yesterday afternoon - at th home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Thode, No. 70S North First street, by giving a jarty to a number of her friends. The afternoon was spent in the playing of games and the enjoyment of appropriate refreshments. . Those pras ent were: Alma Kraft. - Agnes Kla gus. Wlllard Kiagus. Johnnie Goodman. Georgie Goodman. Lily Butler, Myrtle Thode, Helen Thode, Margie. Jot's. Olivette . Perkins. ' Ellen Hughes. Elsie Miller, Theresa Morgan. Pearl Ruche', Nellie Kucher. Tommy Flannlgan, Katie Pearson, Hazel Noak, JosTeNoak aurt Edna Kraft.' , " BOARD OF TRADE. There will be a meeting of the board of .' trado Tuesday night. Probably the question of greatest interest to the public th.t will be under discussion is that of statehood. While the territorial con vention' was good as far as it went. there- were some oversights, and the principal one was the negiect to provide some method of keeping arousd the en thusfasm of the public generally till the meeting of congress. It is possible the board will take some action looking to this end. The statehood movement ought to be of paramount interest with everybody till it is secured or till the territory is told to go back and 't ,iown. ' NEW CORPORATIONS. Articles of Incorporation of the Northern Mis souri Mining & Development company were filed In the office of the county recorder yesterday. The capital stock is $500,000;. the incorporators are , D. Cresswell, S. Russell, A. F. McCray. M. F- Davis and W. M. Stmms of Bray ner. Mo. Articles were also filed of the following corporations: The Keystone Mining company, capital stock $150.00(1, incorporators. E. P. Cole. J. R. Tor- ranee. S. J. Campbell and J. B. Brenne- man. of Pittsburg; The Pacific & Gulf Coast Oil conipv-i C. Hv Matthews. F. L. crandair and H. Coles, of Houston, Tex.; The Cocos Island Improvement company, capital stock $1,000,000 incor- porators, J. L. Erwin, A. H. Salinger, M. Cohn. E. Hirschler and B. Heyman, of San Francisco. Our list of residences for sale and for rent la extensive. The Evans Loan & Investment Co. Miss Trowbridge, tne well-known artist, who was here last winter, has returned ana win reopen ner studio a 401 Fleming block November 1. Mis Trowbridge has been In Flagstaff all summer, where she has been conduct ing a most successful class in water color painting. Ladles, have a beautiful bust. Cream of Roses llesh food strengthens and de velops any part of the body. " $1.00 per jar. Bust enlarged 4 to $ Inches In one month without mechanical appliance. Rooms 22 Third Ave., off Washington. A SNAP. $1,000 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 Ixjan Office, 26 East Washington street. I don't see anything of your father's $10,000 check. He promised It. Dldn t he? Bride Tes: but he saw that your father had already given us one, and he knew we didn't like to have any duplicate presents. Philadelphia Rec ord. Deimel Linen Mesh Underwear. . oooo This is an Underwear which wo can recommend with con- l.-ii - to you. Uvery custo mer nlm 1ms tried It Is pleased with it. It Is especially adapted for wear in this cli mate. Tliu.se who wear Dei mel Lincn-Mcsh Underwear seldom ca4.cn cold& TOUn MONET BACK IF TOTJ , WANT IT. ' McDOUG ALL &, CO! Exclusive Haberdashers Hxt Door to Santa Ft Ry. Office BIXtOTVS 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 tot lunch or dinner, and want something good that can be prepared quickly order UXTON'S IG , ERWICK AV 'iVALVES 20 CENTS DOZ., 2 DOZEN FOR 35 CTS, 3 DOZ. FOR 60 CTS. The largest, fat test and best flavored Oys- " ters ever imported Into ' ' Phoenix. Buxtorv's Australian Rye Grass and Kentucky Blue Grass Seed. . tested a.rtd guaranteed to grow. Weavted Arizona. Dates Po megra n ates Pears Paper Shell Almonds Highest spot cash price paid " for country produce. ! Protect Yourself rand Your Horse With a i Good I I Lap Robe ! and Horse I Blanket from I f Capital Harness Shop OSCAR R. LECHLER I Proprietor f OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. ? . , ' '. . . C S "'5 ? '-5-S S' & Wanted, a thoroughly competent antj truBtworthy man to invest $10,000 in and ta&e the uetive management of a general merchandise busines in a grow ing mining: community in Arizona. Mining: trade exclusively. ltuRiness now paying: profit of about $1,003 monthly. ' Other interests require at tention of present owner. Address Gen eral Merchandise, this office. It pays in the long run ...Bicycles have loug been acknowledged as the best wheels made. The 11)01 wheels are the hand somest, yet produced. E. L. ANDREWS & SON Two W-foot showcases for sale cheap. Buy the Best Headquarters Strangers. We have the most complete list of Furnished and Unfur nished Houses for rent in the city. : '. . INFORMATION FREE We have the best Boarding" and Rooming House for rent in 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 City, Residence and Country Property. : These will make j'ou monej'. Money always on hand for Gilt Edge Real Estate Loans. Our rates the lowest. 4 Weirick & Latham Have the Bargains. 47 H. Center St. Phone 2201 For Rent A Brick House. 3 3 Four rooms with kitchen : and bath, per month E ! $12.50. Urizona BUILDING CO., I s!s II Rat at Coffee Al's. I For Sale ORANGE GROVES -AXD- ORANGE LANDS I have some of the best bargains any one can" offer many of them exclusive. Just now I can offer extra values in 5, 30, 40 and 160 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 weH im proved land with each and bust of wa ter rights. California and Eastern property to Kxchange for Salt River Valley prop erty. 5 aore ranch with new brick house, furnished, for rent. Fine building lot on First avenue, 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 selling price. I have two $1,000 residences for sale on same terms, v - E. A. Spaulding, No. 41 West Adams street. Opposite Puslulnre. Best Properlie. For Rent and For Sa COLLINS, TAYLOR & SOW, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. Renting; ci Specially. No. UN. First A inn.. Phoenix Ariz The Occidental, opened under new management. Strletly respectable, flrst-tiatsf rtHiming limine. . All,iuudt-rn iMinveiiieuces. Oppuclte llMlcl Attams. H. M. Chtii man. Manager HERE AT JOHNSTON & MURPHY'S Fine Foot wear for Men. The latest novelties in . - stitched heels, extension soles, etc. In fact, the finest lot of footwear evershown in Phoenix. . :. . . ,.- H. -A. DIEHli SHOE CO. Just What A fine ten-room modern, up-to-date house. Time, six months at' $100 per month. See me quick. J. Ernest Walker, 1.4-16 Second Avenue, Phoenix, Ariz, phone BOI Resldencs 0031 I T .. Buy a Heating Stove, Cook Stove, 5 5 or a Steel Range. If you do, we J ..".' "' have the right thing at right prices "" j Candies for the Fall Trad e Chocolates, all flavors. . . Buttercups, all flavors. 1 . - Peanut Brittle., . , ... Bonbons. Klfss. .. . . Marshmallows. .- .. Miud Candies of 11 descriptions. French Nougat. Alk-Oay Suckers for the School Children. Ice Cream always In season. Fresh Fruits, etc HANNA & MUNSON. THE CANDY PEOPLE. Cor. Washington St. and 2d Ave.. Opposite the Court House. -wnoresale and' Retail Mfgrs. of " Candy and Ice Cream. Jobbers of Cigars. GOODMHN'S THE LEADING PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY CORNER WHSHINGTON AND CENTER STREET'S Real Estate, Loans, Insurance . HENRY RIDDLE. & CO. ..REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. HO. 17 NORTH FIRST AVENUE v FOR SALE Several Brick and Frame Dwellings. Two Lodging; Houses. Farm Land In all quantities From Five Acres to a Sectiun Good Business Property. MONET TO LOAN. . - HOUSES RENTED. AGENTS FOR NON-RESIDENTS. . . . . . . I4ST YOUR PROP ERTT WITH U3. SEE THE NEW X Pattern for 1900. DR. GEORGE B. PRATT Arizona's Leading Optician, You Want Real Estate, Loans, Insur ance, Notary Public Use the Phone No. 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 PHSCOB 110 N. Center St. Cpp. Adams OAS RANGES PHOCNIX LIGHT AND 1X1 L CO. The Cycle Illusion Suing this pit ture around swiftly be fore your eyes and see the blry i ie k- Many optical illusions of this natun: only serve to show what a wonderful orgran is" the human eye. ind yet how oiiftily it may Im dtHMdvcd. Sc wn with the irft.'fi t-y. 1ut aa huntlredfoM so with the lmnrfert. which It certiiinly Ih-Iiimivcs us t pro tect by all natural and artificial means. Kye-helps-i-that's our business. Per fect eyeglasses and Hpectacles a, curatcly ud justed for all deft-cts nf vision.