TIIJE ARIZONA BEPUBL1CAN: MONDAY MORNIXO, DUCEMBEK 2, 1901.
Patent Leather Slippers $2.50
Black Calf or Kid Slippers $2 OO
Tan Calf or Kid Slippers $2 OO
Men's Turn Nullifiers $2 OO
. Black Kid Slippers $1.50
' Velvet Slippers $1.00
These ore new stock, new shapes, but they're sold at the same old place.
You get a square deal for a round dollar at
Wilson & Wooldridge
of a store, like that of a man, la
no small part of Its capital.
Honesty is an asset which we
believe our customers appreci
ate at its full value.
Our prescription work is the
best that science, experience
and money can produce.
T. F. Hudson
So. i bM Wublngton Kcrwt.
"Lest you forget, we
say it yet," Balke's
Art and Curio Shop
for Christmas Pres
ents. "W. ADAMS. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Open Evenings until 8 o'clock.
oil and wood heaters, cook stoves and
steel ranges and Davidson's Cash Store
Is the place to buy them.
We have a full line of Standard New
Process and Plume and Atwood Oil
Heaters at J6.00, $6.50 and $7.00. We
have a full line of Box Heaters No. 16.
$4.75; No. 18, 15.25; No. 20, J6.00; No.
$3.35. $3.50, $3.60, $3.75, $6.00, $8.00 and
The celebrated Whatcheer Air Circu
lating Heaters, the best stove ever built
for wood, $19.00, $21.00 and $22.50.
We have the finest line of coal heat
ers ever brought to Phoenix, No. 12,
$15.00; No. 14, $18.59; No. 16, $20.00.
A large line of Moore's Steel Ranges.
The very best and our prices are right.
Call and satisfy yourself.
Davidson's Cash Store
Mail Orders promptly filled.
1H to Jl8 West Washington Street
-' Telephone 236. 5 rings.
Local Dally Weather Report for The
Forecast for today Fair.
Data for Z4 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday:
: lt ol Month
MUD t HORMiL
S3 SI -t9
Maximum temperature, 77; minimum
Average relative humidity, 29 per
cent. Total precipitation 0.
Character of the day Clear.
WM. G. BURNS,
PROF. MESKIMONS I LL. Prof. J.
6. Meskimons, at one time a teacher
in the Phoenix High school, but at pres
ent in charge of the school at the Saca
ton Indian apency. is very Ftik. Dr.
Swetnam left for Sucaton yesterday to
COUNCIL. MEETING. The regular
monthly council meting will be held to
night. Though there is nothing of spe
cial importance announced for consid
eration at this meeting. Phoenix has
become so large that something of im
portance Is going on all the time.
SOMEWHAT IMPROVED. .J. S
Haytlen has assumed the editorial man
agement of the St.'Jouns Herald and
the former editor. O. E. Overson, is
business manager of the paper, fcjime
the change a number of improvements
have been made, notably the publica
tion of more local news.
BKOL'GHT HACK A MURDERER.
Sheriff John L,. Mundr. who went
through Phoenix a few days ago with
j a lot of convicts, returned yesterday
- morning. He brought back with him
Indian Charley, a murderer who is
wanted in Yavapai county and was
captured at Globe. He left this morn
ing for the north with his prisoner.
DARK LANTERN'S. The police
force is now equipped with a consign
ment of dark Ln.ntcrn3 and if any citi
zen happens to see one (lash while he
is stealing chickens he had better take
to the brush, for there is sure to be aa
officer behind it. This notice Is also
particularly applicable to tramps who
make headquarters In Lauver's hay
ED TEWKSBURY PARALYZED.
Ed Tewksbury. well known in this city,
but now a resident of Globe, was
stricken with paralysis a weeic ago yes
terday morning at the Old Dominion
mine. Jt is thought the stroke was '
caused by a strain from heavy lifting. :
The left side, face, arm and leg are ,
affected. It. Is said that he will prob- i
ably recover, though it will take a long j
THE ALVORD STORY. The story I
of the killing of Bert Alvord proved to j
be a fake or at least the killing has r.ot I
been verified yet. The story was given ;
to the world from Nogales and related
that a three-cornered duel took place
between a lone traveler and two bad
highwaymen of which Alvord was one.
Right Prices :
The H. H. McNeil Co.
whether for Receptions, dinners or
parties, demand that proper attention
be paid to the quality of the station
ery used. You will find at our store
everything in stationery which good
A full line of handsome papers and
patterns just received.
Phoenix Stationery & News Go.
West Washington Street.
According to the story the incident
occurred on a mountain trail in Sonora
and Alvord was left dead In the road
while his compalion found safety In
flight. The nervy killer did not take
enough Interest in the game to fully
identify his catch.
A PURLOINER OF WATER. Dep
uty Constable Redwine late yesterday
afternoon arrested Samuel Barrett on
the . complaint of General Manage!
Cleary of the Arizona Water company,
charging htm with stealing water, hu
warrant was sworn out in the court
of Justice Burnett. Th defendant lives
about a mile west of Olendale. This
has nothing to do with the headgate
TO DREDGE FOR GOLD. It is re
ported that the old dredger on the Has-
sayampa river near the box canyon la
being repaired and put In order with
a view of resuming operations on the
rich gravel deposits.
SHOULD COME TO PHOENIX.
Some of the fair ones of Wlckenburg
complain that they stood under th
mistletoe for half an hour Thanksgiv
ing day without any results from the
dummies In pants that stood around
and gaped. For shame! News-Her-
ali. It Is suggested to these "fair
ones that they spend next Thanksgiv
ing in Phoenix.
ENOUGH TO BURY HIM. The
Globe Silver Belt says of the J. B.
Clevenger who died here two weeks
ago: "George W. P. Hunt received a
tetter from Phoenix, Tuesday, stating
that J. B. Clevenger had died there on
the 17th in?t., and asking if there were
any funds to the credit of the deceased
with the Old Dominion Commercial
company to defray funeral expenses.
There Is $76 to the credit of Mr. Cleven
ger, which was raised by subscription
here when he was sent to Phoenix for
medical treatment. Mr. Hunt sent a
reply that he would honor a draft for
CRESCEUS IS COMING. The fol
lowing clipping from the Tucson Star
will be of interest to a great many peo
ple and particularly the horsemen of
the Salt River valley, many of whom
would go farther than Tucson to see a
horse with the reputation of Cresceus:
"The worM famous trotter. Cresceus,
will stop here for a rest the latter part
of December, en route from California
to the east. At that time a two-days'
racing meet will be held. Cresceus will
trot an exhibition mile and a number of
other event will be arranged. There
are a number of fast horses in the city.
R. G. Duncan has a horse with a record
of 2:15 and V. F. Cooper owns a stal
lion with a record of 2:18. Tucson will
no doubt have an opportunity to wit
ness pome first-class racing during the
holidays. Jack Moore received a dis
patch today from Manager Boda of
Columbus, O., stating that Cresceus
would be accompanied here by Ketch
um, his owner. Mike -the Tramp will
be here to pace Cresceus. This horse
priced Star Pointer when he broke the
world's running record at l:59l4."
BAND CONCERT. Yesterday was a
warm and pleasant afternoon notwith
standing that it is now strictly winter
according to the almanac, and a large
1 number of people gathered on the city
hall plaza4 to listen to the band concert.
THE ORANGE SEASON. Though
statehood and sugar beets are the two
general rallying crys of this section Just
now. the fact should not be overlooked
that this is the time or year for local
residents to call attention of visitors
to the orange orchards of the Salt River
valley. The orchards are here all the
year round to be sure, but now is the
time to see the trees laden with their
golden fruit and It is also the time the
people are here to be shown these pret
ty sights. A great many of them, how
ever, are finding the Ki'oves even with
out being hunted up and piloted out for
happily Arizona orange groves have
already achieved some fame and many
visitors who have read Arizona liter
ature previous to their coming are
thoughtful enough to make inquiry.
Scarcely a day passes that someone Is
not seen returning from the groves with
their hands full of clustered fruit.
LIVE IN THE COUNTRY. It is fre
quently said by people on the street,
"I don't see any more people than I
did la Ft winter in Phoenix," and the
remark is made in all candor. But it is
well to remember that that same re
mark has been made hundreds of times
ever winter for the last ten yearn,
though there Is no one but will admit
that Phoenix is twice as large as it war,
ten years ago and perhaps more. The
truth is that while the sidewalks are no
more crowded, unless on some unusuaJ
occasion, the people are here, neverthe
less. Xot so many as Phoenix would
like to sec. to be sure, but still more
than ever caino this early on any pre
vious year. Sick people for the most
pirt do not like to stand around on
the street a great part of the time, and
its soon as they get here they seek
homes in the suburbs or in the country.
There is a guest or a roomer in nearly
every house in town where a room Is
I. lull J ti ill t .la t t tut ill
Died of Flannels
"The death certificate should
have stated that he ' died of
"DR. J. L. MILTON.
Senior Surgeon, St. John's Hos
Woolen underwear Is more
deadly, in winter than In sum
mer. Read the proof at your
leisure from our pamphlet.
The Dr. Deimel
will free you from fear of
draughts and render you im
mune from Colds, La Grippe,'
Pneumonia and Rheumatism
which woolen underwear has
subjected you to, and you will
be supremely comfortable. Try
It this winter and be convinced.
Free Rooklet and Samples of
the Cloth. Sent by Addressing
McDOUG ALL & CO?
Excluslre Haberdashers i
Next Door to 8anta Ft Ky. Office
X YOUR MONET BACK IF YOU J
-j. WANT IT.
i ' ' ' 1
CAPE COO CRANBERRIES.
ARIZONA AND IMPORTED
RIPE ARIZONA NAVEL OR
ANGES, ARIZONA ORAPE FRUIT,
ARIZONA FREESTONE -.
FANCY CLUSTER RAISINS,
CRYSTA L1ZED FRUIT,
NUT MEATS AND NUTS OF
CHEESE. 27 VARIETIES,
GUAYMAS SHELL OYSTERS,
EAGLE BRAND AND BULK
fcVERV VARIETY PACIFIC
CRAB APPLE CIDER.
tvnd Hundreds ? Other
Good Things at -
Potted Ferns and PaJms
Ma-ricopo. Creamery Butter
available and there are scores of peo
ple living in tents and farm nouses out
in the country, just as they should do
if it is climatic benefit they are after,
while a few years ago every Invalid
that came to Phoenix stayed in town,
close to the doctor. Then there are
constantly arriving healthy people who
come to make their homes here. Their
business is to first find a comfortable
home, less expensive than a hotel and
after that they are engaged In viewing
the country and securing permanent
homes. Formerly every new comer to
the valley was interviewed and talked
about in the papers. These days not
one in a dozen Is seen on his arrival,
except at the hotels or the lodging
bouses. Phoenix wants all the visitors
she can get and would like to see ten
strangers some where one is now in
evidence, but she Is doing pretty well
as It is.
Our lis, of residences ior sale and
for rent Is extensive.
The Evans Loan & Investment Co.
The long-expected carload of cider
has Arrived. For sale by Louis Mel
czer. at 75 cents per gallon.
AH klnis or printing, ruling, book
and magazine binding and book repair
ing done satisfactorily and quickly at
The Republican office.
KILLED BY A LIVE WIRE.
ThnniflR Trihtn n I.inpmnn M otm TtAarh '
on Top of a Tall Pole in Piermont.
Nyac k. X. Y., Dec. 1. Thomas Tobin
of Yonkers, a lineman in the employ of
the New York Telephone company, mot
death at Piermont by coming im con
tact with a live wire of the Rockland
Light and Power company while upon
a high pole. The telephone and elec
tric light companies use tlie same poles,
which have recently been erected in
Piermont. Tobin had to go to the top
of a pole near the drawbridge this af
ternoon and he went up without hi
rubber gloves. Near the top of th pole
he stepped on a transformer, and this
brought hhn in contact with an elec
tric light wire. A strong current of
electricity was on at that time and
passed through Turin's boiy. The body
caught firrt in the wire and was sus
pended there for probably fifteen min
utes before it could be released. The
electric current burned him almost to
a crisp. The electric light station Is in
Orangeburg, thre miles distant, and the
current had to be turned off there long
enough to get the body clown to the
ground. Tobin was 23 years old.
Wigg "That foreign nobleman seems
tc have quite an air of opulence.'
Wagg "That's part'of his game. lies
trying to match it with an heiress i t
In looking around for some
thing for the little folks'
stockings, don't forget the
This little camera is an
ideal Kodak for the children
and slill is not expensive.
They take ' . good pictures,
2 x24, and load in daylight.
E. L. ANDREWS & SON
Sole Agents for Eastman's Kodaks
We have the most complete
list of Furnished and Unfur
nished Houses for rent in the
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 yon money.
Money always on hand for
Gilt Edge Real Estate Loans.
Our rates the lowest.
Weirick & Latham
Hove the Bargains.
47 H. Center St.
I . . . -1itAfi'f ill.. tlt,...i...l..y-'.llg
I A Brick House. I
jFour rooms with kitchen t
jaud bath, per month t
Iarizoha building. co.J
I 218 Fleming Block.
CO acres of the finest orange land
in the valley at a great SAf'UIFlCK.
OWNEUS MUST SELL.
We have a most complete list of
ram-hes from 5 acres up. Three of them
are exceptionally tine residence prop
erty within 2 miles of the city and can
be bought right.
L'-story, 8 room house on Nt)rth First
avenue, with mcdt;rn improvement,
owm-r will give immediate possession,
or lease the property of purchaser for
one year for 12 per cent, on selling
price. We have also 2 11.000 residences
on same terms.
Fine building lot on North First St..
south of Bennett Lane, $500.
Why pay rent when you can buy a
well located home for $800, $200 cash,
balance as rent.
If you are looking for a good busi
ness opening come and see. We have
several that will bear Investigation.
HOl'SF.S TO RENT.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Spaulding & Rchling
Successors to I:. A. SpallMtilg.
No. 41 West Adams street.
If you want good
things to eat I
go to I
Palace Chop ..
Look in Our Windows
for the Popular Shoes for Winter wear. All bright fin
ished leathers. Ideal Kid, Patent Kid, Patent Calf
Chrome Calf, Patent Leather. A long and strong lie.
- All prices from $2.00 to $7.00, just to please you.
Jnst notice how nicely you can dress your C J FT f
feet for .r... - 4) J J U
H. A. DieHl Shoe Co.
For 30 Days
Located near Street Car and
have Hot and Cold Water and
Will be sold on very easy
First to apply will have
J 'FRMFT WAS kFR Real Estate and Insurance
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
December Delights s
For the long December evenings nothing; is more enjoyable than a box
of our fine assorted candies. No social circle is complete without this pleas
ure. Salted peanuts and saJted almond of the best grade always on hand.
We carry everything lo be found in a high grade confectionery.
Hanna & Munson f ."MVn
Car. Washington St. and 2d Aie.. Opposite the Court House. 'Fhcce 3091
Wholesale and Retail Mfsrrs. of Candy and Ice Cream. Jobbers of Clgaij.
For the Holiday Forehanded
We wish to speak of our holiday line this early because many will
appreciate the hint. Our goods are all here. The line is by far the
finest we have ever shown. Too many things to specify here, we don't
want to specify just yet, we want you to see the goods while the line
Is unbroken. Tou know the advantage of early choosing. Prompt
buyers always avoid the rush and get choicest picking.
GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY
Cor. Washington and Center Sts.
Real Estate, Loans, insurance
HENRY RIDDLE & CO.
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
NO. 17 NORTH FIRST AVENUE
FOR SALE Several Brick and Frame Dwellings.
Two Lodging Houses.
Farm Iand in all quan titles
From Five Acres to a Section
Good Business Proper ty.
MONET TO LOAN. ...
HOUSES RENTED. -AGENTS
FOR NON-RESIDENTS. i ' -
' LIST TOUR PROP ERTT" WITH US.
You Need Us
I Offer at a Great
Talbot & Hubbard
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 PflSCOE
110 V. Center St. Opp. ArJams
- We Need You
If you have ailing eyesight yon n-c-l
us and we need you.
We want jour money a frank .- nd
truthful statement but weare not -o-Irm
to take it without giving you an
equivalent in good, big eyesight sav
ing value. Increased eye comfort. -r-feet
eye ease and entire satisfaction.
Our Improved method of eye exam
ination and fitting glasses, and relieC
nfforded hundreds of eyes in our prac
tice, speaks for us and our work, and
shows that we excel In the doing n" it,
not alone in the talking about It.
OR, GEORGE B. PR All
Alona' Lflsdinj Optician,
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