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TUB ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1901.
4 Tanner Won McVeagh Handicap Live Bird Match With a Lefever Shotgun and Selby Factory Loaded Shells Bought From Us----- This is the first and only live bird event Mr. Tanner ever shot in. lie scored 22 dead birds without a miss, and a total of 25 out of 2fi. IT'S HARD TO BEAT LEFEVER GUNS AND SELBY AMMUNITION! We are local agents for both. PINNEY & ROBINSON Guns, Bicydes, Cameras, Typewriters, Sporting Goods Established, ISS7. Thond 1471. 41 N. Center St., Phoenix A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A i i i i i i i i i i ill ALE No. 100, $27.00 These goods take up more KOOM than anything else in the store, and it is floor spare we have pot to have a little later on. For the next thirty days we oftVr you the following low prices on bedroom suits. Hrinir a little money with you and take home a wagon load of gools. A small amount of money goes a long way here. No. 68, Oak Suit, $20.00 This Is the best thing we have to offer for the amount of money invested. It is all Oak, neatly llnished and a bargain. No. 220 D, Suit, $27.00 Has an oval mirror with a full-sized bed and commode. A good, full size dresser and altogether a very desirable suit. No. 71, Oak Suit, $22.50. This is almost the same as No. 6S, except iL has a larger mirror and the dres-ier in some Jargvr, otherwise it is the same. Suit No. 232, $35.00 With a shaped mirror UlxSQ, three small drawers and two large ones; good, roomy (iivpf.cr and coinmod-. A full size bed ail handsomely polished. This is a suit that is well worth $45.00 of anyone's money, but at this sale we offer it for $&.U0. You can make no mistake in buying this suit. No. 260 S, Oak Suit,S50 This suit has turno 1 posts, shaped mirror 30x3, with 22x50 inch base, an cxlr:i hiijh bed. nicely c-arved a suit that many dealers would a.k $73 00 fur. But it is IIOOM we want. Buy any of these and you'll get your money's worth. No. 75. Oak Suit, 24xS0 class SS.OO No. 74. Oak Suit. 24x30 gl;iss .fT.OO No. 27.", Ash Suit. 14x30 visits WliS.OO Ash wears as well ns O ik and Is lighter ami easier to 'handle. No. 231. Oak Suit, shaped mirror IjCt.'t.TiO No. 260, Oak Suit, shaped mirror !rO.Of) The above is merely a starter and all we ask is thnt you Cive us the pleasure of showing you these Roods. liKMRM KEIl KVEIIYTHIXO IN TDK liOCKK 1 :K .'( ).M KS A SI'EC IAL, PKICE FitOM NOW TI l.L, Tl 1 !: Fl 1 1ST IF JANUAIi Y Dorris Bros. Furniture Co. Wholesale and Retail House Furnishers Established 1S87. 22 to 28 W. Washington St. NO THOITLK TO SHOW OOnijS. MAIL OKDEliS GIVEN PliOMI'T ATTENTION. V y y H V V y y y y y y y y V HOME COOKED FOOD. Every Sat urday from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. the la dies of the Christian ehureh will dis play for sale, in Wakelin's proeery store, an assortment of victuals pre pared by the best cooks in the city, in cluding: broad, salads, beef loaf, beans, pastry, etc. Advance orders carefully lillled. Good things to eat, served In the best style in our pretty private dining rooms upstairs. The Coffee Al Restaurant Co. All kinds or printing, ruling, book and magazine binding and book repair ing done satisfactorily and quickly at The Republican ollice. Nickel Plated Ware. Coffee Pots, Tea Sets, Syrup Pitchers, Crumb Trays and Brushes, Chafing Dishes, etc., etc. High Class Goods of Solid Copper Pearly Plated. D. H. BURTIS, 13 and 15 East Washington St INTEGRITY OF THE MINCE PIE Its Partial Reformation and Promis ing Future in Phoenix The American mince pie has become a recognized national Institution. In matters of age it is more venerable than the constitution and Bad to nay by many it is more venerated. Unlike that historic document It not only fol lows the Hag1, but precedes it and it has insidiously worked its way to In fluence in large degree under almost every flag that floats in civilized lands. But the particular sort of mince pie of which this sketch is the subject Is the kind found in Phoanlx restaurants. Its vagaries are as numerous as the resources of a politician. Its disappro bation of an enemy may prove as ratal as a Boer bullet while to its friends it is sometimes cold, taciturn and even distressing and at other times as gen tle, confiding and trustful as a pet pup or as inspiring as the love of a pure woman. These remarks are called forth by the seeming reformation of the Phoenix mince pie. It has not yet reached that high state of perfection that It has else where, perhaps, but it is fast recover ing from a long period of degradation and is growing in grace. If it Is given proper encouragement by the cooks Its path toward a higher plane will no doubt be uninterrupted. Years ago, when it was first dis covered that mince pies could be suc cessfully produced In this section un usual pains were taken "with them. But they were at that time limited to spe cial occasions and the best New Kng land models were used, the best of everything necessary for their archi tecture secured. Later the demand for the output of the local foundries be came continuous and the restaurant keepers in a projer commercial spirit, tried to supply it. Resources were scarce, at least with limited expense, and cheaper materials were substi tuted. Dried apples found their way to places of hVnor formerly held by the fresh fruit, and dried grapes were sub stituted for raisins and they were not the seedless kind, either. -A little meat was used now and then if there chanced to be any in the kitchen and the rest was made up of spices, etc. -s But eventdally the mince pie was brought to the penitent bench, or the makers of the pie were, and the refor matiun began. It has constantly grown till now one may reasonably hope to find real raisins, real apples and real meat in It. In fat a pretty fair order of material is used now in the average Phoenix restaurant and the only thing that is still specially disgraceful is the crust, though great improvement is noted even in that. Formerly it could only be shattered with some blunt in strument and eaten In chunks, but now quite frequently one Is served with a piece that responds readily to a sharp tined fork. During the present winter thre has been a marked Improvement both in material and structure and by spring it Is beieved the output here will compare favorably with that of the eart. TENT MEETINGS CONTINUE An Immense Congregation at Last Night's Service. An Imense throng greeted Kvangelist Smith at the "tins pel Tent" last night. No less than 1500 people passed the en trance. It had been announced that this would be the last night or the tent meetings and nearly all of the churches dismissed their services to hear tho evangelist. The attendance for the last few nights has been so large and the interest and enthusiasm at such a high pitch that, urged by the pastors and Christian people of the city, Mr. Smitn has decided to continue his meetings, closing Thursday night. There will be meetings each afternoon except Mon day at 3 o'clock, and each evening at 7:30. Street meetings will be held on the corner of Center and Washington streets every evening at 7 o'clock. Mr. Smith Is a blunt, plain spoken man who meets the issues fairly. He is a speak er of unusual power and eloquence. Of Of this the lrrtmense and Increasing au diences which have greeted him nightly are sufficient evidence. DUKE OF NORFOLK TO MAURY. Despite denials, it Is believed that the Duke of Norfolk?, the earl marshal and hereditary marshal of England, premier duke, premier earl, knight of the first class of the Noble Order of Christ, Is about to make a second ro mantic marriage In his fifty-fourth year. Lady Alice Fitzwilllam, who Is 52 years old, and for years has been a nurse to her father, Earl FitzwIHiam, who lately passed hi eighty-sixth birthday, became a Catholic, an her family cut off all relations with her. She afterward met the Duke of Nor folk at Cardinal Vaughn's, and out of sympathy for her In her religious per secution the duke, it is alleged, pro poses to marry her. It is a singular fact that he mar i ied his first wife. Lady Flora Hast ings, under precisely similar circum stances. She. too, turned Catholic, and was disowned by her father. Baron Donnington. The duke met her at the house of his brother. Lord Kdmund Talbot, and married her. It is believed that the Fltzwilliams family, like Donnington's, will be only too well pleased to forgive Lady Alice's change of faith, if It brings a dukedom to its train. PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. Aaron Goldberg left this mornlns for Prescott. A. E. Keller of Prescott is at the Commercial. R. M. Brazle of Stoddard is registered at the Commercial. G. W. Hull of Jerome is registered at the Commercial hotel. John Duke of Prescott is registered at the Commercial hotel. Hon. T. G. Norris of Prescott is reg istered at the Hotel Adams. A. P. Duncan of Washington. Pa., is a guest of the Hotel Adams. Mrs. A. G. Adklnson left on this morning's train for Memphis. Tenn. H. L. Stewart of Washington. Ariz., registered at the Hotel Adams yester day. ' 'I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Palmer of Con press are guests of the Commercial hotel. H. P. Martine and Chas. B. Hill of San Francisco are in the city, guests of the Hotel Adams. Among the passengers this morning for the north was Mrs. J. S. Drew of Churchill's addition. C. T. Reynolds and wife of Safford. Ariz., arrived here yesterday morning and are guests of the Hotel Adams. W. F. Staunton, superintendent of the Congress mine, spent yesterday in Phoenix, a guest of the Hotel' Adams. M. M. Kelly of Maiden Rock. Wis.. John Lyons of Minneapolis, Minn., and C. H. Uttlng of Phoenix are guests of the Hotel Adams. Lyle W. Martin and Oliver W. Bene dict of Camp Verde came down on yes terday morning's train and are regis tered at the Commercial hotel. Among those registering at the Com mercial hotel yesterday were Rosea Antone. Prescott: Ben Kingsbaker. Los Angeles; F. C. Cross and S. Wilung, Kansas City, and J. P. Dillon. Smearer Tou know that grand old patriotic sentence which begins this way: "Eternal vigilance? Dauber Whyi sure. Every school boy does. Smearer Well. I have been engaged to paint an allegorical picture of that sentence. Now, can you suggest happy idea for "Eternal Vigilance?" Dauber I can. Make a picture of a man keeping an eye on his umbrella. Express Gazette. All kinds of printing, ruling, book and magazine binding and book repair ing done satisfactorily and quickly at The Republican office. The girl who can't make the man love her she wants always has an idea that If she could only sing she would get him sure. New Stock We have just re ceived a car of the handsomest vehicles ever brought to Phoenix. New Styles Up-to-Date Call and examine them. Manufactured by the Columbus Buggy Company. LAWRENCE & f l ARKF Vehicle Co. PHOENIX, ARIZ ADDLES Saddle Blankets Bridles and Bits E Riding Whips f Z Gloves I Leggings, etc. A f See complete stock at i Capital Harness Shop I OSCAR R. LECHLER Proprietor OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. s - Underwear NOW is the time to purchase Winter Underwear, for stocks are complete, with a full run of sizes and weights. Special line children's vests, pants and drawers, fleece lined, all sizes 25c Extra heavy pants and vests, all sizes 50c Misses' union suits for 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1,25 Boys' union suits at 65c Ladies' heavy ribbed cotton vests and pants 25c Special line of vests, extra heavy, 50c goods for. 35c Line of all wool vests and pants, to close.. .... $1.00 Full line Oneita and Melba union suits for ladies and children. Men's fine all wool shirts and drawers $125, $1.50 Special line all wool shirts and drawers $1.00 Fleece lined cotton, heavy goods 50c To close two lines of all wool men's shirts and drawers, $1.50 goods, at $1.00 Heavy cotton shirts and drawers 25c Our stock is now complete in sizes can fit the smallest to the largest. The Alkire Co. 9 and 11 East Washington Street Telephone 2741. PHOENIX, ARIZ. It Always Attracts Attention Harry Brlaley. DON'T SPONGE The Brisley Drug Co., C. A. Larsen. s BUT GO TO THE BRIS LEY DRUG CO. AND GET YOUR SPONGES. THEY CARRY A LARGE LINE ADAMS HOTEL OPEN ALL NIGHT and our display of Chiiia. Glassware, etc.. is the finest In Arizona. These are all new goods that we have selected with special reference to the require ments of the most exacting taste. The prices are1 at figures that will suit the purchasers. I Remember our line of hltrh prade I Sewing Machines on easy terms of ; credit, renting and repairing:. RICHMOND - DAY CO. 21.33 B. Nanhintlon St. The Home Side Park Hotel Catholic Fair for the Benefit of the New Church At O'Neill Hall, December 4, 5, 6 and 7. CHOICE LITERARY AND MUSICAL PROGRAMS EACH EVENING. Gold-headed ebony cane will be given to the most popular physician, to be decided by a voting: contest. General admission 15 cents. Children under 12 years free. Horses and for Guests Will be ready for guests on October 1st. Five miles east of Phoenix on the Crosscut canal. Altitude 100 feet higher than the city of Phoenix. NO DUST, NO MUD, NO MALARIA. New, clean rooms. Plenty of shade and grass. Swings and croquet grounds. 500 feet to the beautiful, soothing waterfall, where you may sit and dream the sunny hours away. Will call at any time and anywhere for guests and baggage free of charge. G. H. Clayson, Proprietor ORIENTAL LUXURY, Isn't half as good as plain every-day United States prosperity. And that prosperity Is decidedly on the increase and an increased prosperity means more and cheaper articles.. We are buying at lower figures and conse quently selling at lower figures than ever before. Be ready for a big surprise when you come to see us. SPEARS & TONEY SECOND-HAND STORE, 34 West Washington Street. The Crowning Touch of a Beautiful Woman's -Toilet is exquisite Jewelry. The gems may not be costly, but If they are well cut. and perfectly set. they will greatly axld to the wearer's charms. The trade of setting gems is an art. our workmen posses that art. Geo. H. Cook & Co. Arizona's Leading Jtwelers. 134 Weet Washington Street. 1 '3k. ' LARGEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK HAIR AND CLOTH BRUSHES I 25 Cents and Up. See Our Window and You Will Think So ELVEY HULETT, The Live Druggists, Who fill prescrip tions right at the lowest prices. 5 and 7 Cast Washington Street, Phoenix, Arizona