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TITE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATUISDAY MORNING, BECEMRI2R 8, ! 1901.
CALENDAR . WEEK AVe have friven flyinff tops ami kites to the boys anil stria, tablets to the shooI chidren, fne chances on the gold watch and 20 percent discount to our customers, and this week, beginning IVc. H3. we will (rive a calendar to each adult visitor to our store. Ita not necessary to be a customer, just come in lor a calendar." but come for one yourself, don't send the children: these are for adults only they are beautiful artistic and expensive and we want only one in each home. See our calendar window display. Our L'O per cent discount sale on everything in the store (except Nettle ton's Sti.tw shoes) continues until Jan. 1, V.2. liemember this is no ftike, but a genuine 20 Wilson & The Reputation of a store, like that of a man, is no small part of Its capital. Honesty is an asset which we believo our customers appreci ate at its full value. Our prescription work is the best that science, experience and money can produce, T. P. Hudson Praaorlptlen Phirmiej Mo. 3 lut Wuhtngton Street. Open Evenings Now. Just received a .fresh ship ment of Navajo Blankets and Looms. BALKS'; AW ADAMS, OPPOSITE POSTOKFICE j Open Evenings until 8 o'clock. ' Stoves Stoves Stoves Largest Line in Arizona at DAVIDSON'S GASH STORE Oil Heating Stoves No. 1 Standard Oil Stove $ 6.50 No. 2 Standard Oil Stove "..".') No. 1 P. & A. Oil Stove 6.00 No. 2 V. & A. Oil Stove 6..'..) No. 3 P. & A. Oil Stove 7.00 The best oil heating stoves made. Wood Heating Stoves Air-tiKht Heaters 2AJ Air-tight Heaters 3.40 Air-tight Chicago Hot Klast, steel 4.oQ Air-tight Chicago Hot I! last, Rus sia 5.7.r. Air-tight Chicago Hot Blast, Rus sia, medium size. 8.50 Air-tight Chicago Hot Blast, Rus sia, large 11.00 Hot Blast Coal and Wood Heaters, No. 1, $15.00; No. 2, $18.00; No. 3.. 21.50 AVhatcheer Ar Circulating Wood Heaters. No. 1. $10.00; No. 2. $21.50; No. 3 22.50 Steel Ranges with high warming closets,. No. 8. $26.00; $45.00, $48.75 and .'. 55.00 If you don't believe we have the big gest line of all kinds of stoves at the lowest prices considering quality, just call at our store and see for yourslf. Davidson's Cash Store PHOENIX. ARIZ. Best place to trade in Arizona. Mail orders promptly filled. OFF f Wooldridge News of the Towrv THE WEATHER Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yes- Temperttura Departure Departure Since ilace 1st ol Month Jn. 1. 1U MBA FORMAL j Maximum temperature, mininiui: j tt-mi-ernturp. IS. j Avcr.iKt- relative hiimi'lity. pi I cent. ; Total precipitation. .0. 'haru-l-r of the day lear. t'harn-ti'r of the day Ol.-ur. 1). S. LAXDIS. Observer. OCX Cl-ril SHOOT. The Phoenix C.un club will hav? its regular weekly practice blue roi k shoot at the park this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Visiting shoot ?rs aru welcome. PROBATK COCFIT Dr. K. V. Craig was aticiiiu d in pivtbate court yester day administrator of the estate of Dr. Ada Smith. The bond was fixed at $400. It was furnished and approved and let ters wre ifPUed. GOOD TEMPI-VIES" EX' "I'KSIOX TO BISBEi:. Thy grand lolge of Good Templars will convene in Hisbee on Wednesday next, January 1. and the S. P. and M. Sz P. railroads have mart" a rate of one and a fifth fare fof the round ti ip for those who will attend. The delegates will start on the Tuesday evening train and th? return limit, will bo January 7. - It is understood that f,uiti a large deK-gatifm will go from ! the valley. The Globe read has also i made the samp rate. j DIDN'T fiKMEM HER IT. C. R. Mi.- ' Xabb. a young man. was in Justice j Burnett's c urt yesteruay afternoon. I aeeiiFid of a disturbance of the peat-L-. fate th? night before h? had con- I traded fcr a meal a', a lunch wagon, j Having eaten the meal, h? refused to' pay for it. and v.'h?r th? proprietor re- I monstrated with him he created a row j v. hi h ended In his arrest. He said In ( court that he had bn drinking th' ; night before and he had no ret-ollection I o? having had any trouble. H.? was given seven days in which to refresh his memory. CXDER ADVISEMENT. Justice G. D. Gray yesterday tried W. H. Wilson on the charge of assault upon the per ron oj J. D. Bivin. The case was taken undnr advisement and a judgment will be render ad this morning at 9 o'clock. Th- story of the incident which it is alleged culmin itd in theassauit is that V"i!s(;n rented n pie-e of land owned by W. J. Murphy and on which there was a wire fence owned in part by Bivin. When Wilson sought to take possession of the land, Bivin told him h? could not have it until he had purchased his in tTpt in the fence. A quarrel ensued in which, according to the testimony cf Mr. and Mrs. Bivin. Wils:in threatened to kill Bivin. Wilson denies the truth LOOK McNEIL'S BARGAIN COUNTER Prices cut one-half Opposite Courthoui, A Snap for Christmas 1 OFF on all Toilet and 3 Manicure Sets at The Phoeni Stationery and News Co. 10 and 12 West "Washington Street. Headquarters for Holiday Goods of all kinds. ! Ijliliiil 1 of thitt part of the testimony, saying he mae no such threat. KI-:xf:'ED THIC QI'ARUEL. Cap tain Aldrlch. the old expressman, was locked up last night for threatening- the person cf H. J. Bennett with a knife. A month ago there was an altercation between these parlies and Aldrir.h was then arrested for' a disturbance of the peace and threatening Bennett with a knife. His age was taken into con sideration and he was dicharg -d. Yes terday evening the old man tilled him self with stimulants, and. meeting Ben nett, followed him about the street with knife trying to renew the ancient feud. NEW C'01tP(U:ATION. Articles of Incorporation of tlu- following com panies were fild in the cilice of the aunty recorder yesterday: The Fed r:.J Mines company, capital stock, y.i. mhmmmi; itii'ii! pot-alm s. W. It. Korsyt 11. K. II. Lyman ami M. V. Gilbert of Chi- cago. Tin Kramer nil -.mpaiiy of tli friiia, capital t k. l,:tet.)HM); incoi porati.rs. M. W. liallis. A. Dallas. K. A. !ra vos a it' Mr. Krnsr of New York. California Gold and 'upper Mining and Smelting company, capital stock. $1. naO.tHHi: incorporatrrs. J. H. Bwdd. D. llenlty. V. U. Patterson. S. H. Brooks and L. S. Sherman it San Francisco. XKW TIM K TA I'.LK. A new time table will go Into effect on the S. F., 1. .St P. Sunday. December 0. which will he more to the convenience of travelers thiin the pres. 'nt one. as it will enable incoming iassengeis to get here ( and get t bed half an hour earlier an 1 will a No a'd a half h'Jtir to the sbij.ii her season cf those who get up in th' mcrniiiK to tak 1 the outgoing traii The outgoing train, Xd. L'. ill lea e at rimo a. m.. local time, and the incom ing train will arrive at l:lit a. m. The new tim table is the result cf ir.e completion of the cut-oft" at Hell's can yon, and It is thought there will be still better hours a little Inter after matters are all adjusted. HAYFOKDS FIGHT FOIt FIlKE IX M. If George Hayford. who was ar rested in this city on a 'charge of ob taining money by fraud in Santa Bar bara. al., does not ci.-e free it will be no friul. of 's. His att-mpt at escap by jumping from a train while being taken fr m I'hr -nix to Santu Barbara having prr. ved futile, he is now endeavoring to recover his liberty by the less dancer. ms route of habeas corpus. The S mta Ba lbara corre spondent of the Bos Ansvl js Tinis says of him: "Geo!ge Hay ford (Tuesday attempted tn senile hby liberty by means of habeas ci.rpus pr-jceedings. The court promptly --nied the writ. on? of Hay ford (.rti.iidaiuts was that t he sheri ft was itt teinot ing to photo -g'aph him agfiist his wish. Sheriff Stewart denies thi.J. He has an exevi 1 nt phr.'tofcr aph f this pris tnei-. st nt him by Jie penitentiary authorities of Salem. X re., where II ay ford served a t'-rmtf one yjrir f ir . Maimiuc money unJr false prefers. s." .'"MB. STUDDAUiS I 'ONF1K.M A Tb N. Thf Washington t. . Tioies say 3 dt the nomination and confirma tion of Hon. Isaac T. Stoddard tti b' s:cretr.ry o" Arizona: "!saa T. Stod dard's nr-niination as secretary of Ari zona was cortlrmed by the senate yes terday. Mr. Stoddard has held that po sition und r a recess appointment made by President McKmley last June. Since that time there has been a sharp on test on for the plate. 'harees of a ! frivolous li-it ure were lib-.i ai'a irtsi j Mr. Stoddard. all of which lv easily tlisproved to the satlsfact'on ':! the fifesidciit. Mr. Si ddard was fir merly a r-sident of New York, and is one of the progressive business men of Arizona. His aopointment to a posi tion formerly indifferently fill d is an int tmat ion that President llcn-aevelt will follow out the policy inaugurated by Pr -sident MfKinley. of giving care ful attention to federal appointments hi t he va rlcus territories." POI-K'K COni'f.-fjieman, the hobo who Wi.s held jv?r from Thursday's grind, was sentenced to ten days in Jail yesterday by Ac tin? I Reorder Bur nett. H is brother scorns to have been entirely lost in t he shurTJe, af he ha- fa i led tt materialize ' yet. Fred WiH-on, anoth r hobo, was j brought in on the vagrabcy charge. He said had not been in town ten minutes when the bluecoat laid hands j on him. In his defense he said he had i heird that M. Perkins had an olive , crop her" that was a corker and that h? was securing the country in search t of men to pick the fruit. He came here j ?xpres.uly to try and hf-lp Mr. Perkins ' save hisolvcrop. Judge Burnett mada some inquiry and learn 'd t ha t t h r 51 v es had all b-en gathered a month ago. On questioning Wilson regarding his exn rt knowledge on olive pit king, he said he had taken a three days cniirvo i.i lh:it hr.n nr h nf sei "ee Knim years agt.- up In Galifcrnia. but ths re- corder's heart was petrihtvl by thir. j i'ime and he gave Wilpon t jn days, j There was another incidi. n't. but it was ! I Linen - Mesh Underwear is Growing in Favor i Those v.-ho wear it praise It jj and recommend it to their j friends. No more wool for any- f one who has once tried t DEIMEL LILN MESH ? IXVlSlIGAIi: II X $ McDOUGALL&,Col Exclusive Haberdashers t i, .4. Next Door to Santa Fe By. Office J -' -r J TOUR MONET BACK IF TOO . WANT IT. vr Holiday Specials SPKi'I.M, r.-K liKl ltKU-IC'-MIAV (IVSTKHS. KAIM.I-: l!l:..Nl VSTK!:S. COCKTAIL OVSTEItS. (H'AYMAS (IVSTKUS IN THK SUHLU. CHKST.M'TS. HI.KACHKD CEI.ICRY. CAPE "n CllANHERltlKS. STItAWMKKIMKS. AltlZON'A OllAXflF.S. AIMZON.V flltAI'I-: FRt'IT. J'KltSI.M.MO.NS. SttKKT JAPAXKSK TANilf! 11 INKS. CUKilllX AMI 'Al.IFir:NIA appi.i;. hi':i:ai:i scji'ASH. nkw y i:k cinKi:. KKl'.SH CH.MiS, I. l;STRlts-', SMIM.VIi'S. COLI'MPIA ItlVKU SALMIW AND Tr:X OTHER VARIK- TIFCrf Of FIIESH FISH. PoI'COltX THAT POPS. MIN'CKMKAT IX P.CLK. U.A K PKl'NliS. STI FFEI) WITH W.M.XITS. CltVSTAI.IZF:i FltriTS. STCFKK!) DATES. I.MPOKTKK AND CAMFOlt- MA FIC.--.. fHEEHE. S7 VARIETIES. WINTER NKI.LIS PEAKS. CIM'.KN PEAS AXII HKAXS. cAn.iFMiwn:. AKTICHOKES, Cl'trfMHEltS. Buxton's WKolescxIe DepBrtmerit Late arrivals include Car Oregort Spuds Car Bananas ; all rej-i and earn tj nothing. Tw.i i -Icjre 1 lm thivn got into sl mlsunder standing Tniirsday night cm the ;reef it nd both w -re arrestd. On Iwdng s.-arehed. h'lw.n-iT, neitlu-i- on: hail a r.issnr. and I hey w-r a Hinted lit eo viih the unilert-:iltg that they would r.ul r.-n.-w hostiliti.. ST. K' t I-I A Ki: ITA 1-. The St. '"celiia c-lub ill giv a reeital Monday evening. IerenWr Itf. at the l-taptlst hun h. An ex "llent prora mine ha: been arranged in two parts ronsisting fif t-lassieal u;i:sie.-!i nrntn -rs and th entertainment j-romis.-.i to be a mo:l i.iu renting Koo'mAi.i, nkw yi;.m:h da- Areh Matt.-s:j!i : .iig.it.ed in organizing a football I '.ini f r tA purpose of giv ing an exhibit'-: nn New Year's day at i'hc.TiP; pti.:. ih? Indlr.n school team hiivlr.g ::gij.l i- late anything that hrj t.-: J're up behind lh. pitcsUin. lie says h has a ffnol list lT players nml they iie jmietieing t very night by the el etiie liirht. Th y are g-tting well l'p in tee jir.e point!, -if that qui n and genteel ip. it :im! rn-.-tmise to make the r: 1 m -n think t h -y have under-tr-kvn a big nuitra t. A DTNNKfi WITHOI'T Al'EST.-Kx-iiov .Tiiur VoP!--y is running a mill and cyanide plant ;.t Cave ("'reek and h is ?.vc:i rr..'n empl'-yad. The relations I) 'Pvrcn Inh'a- and capital on 'ave r". . hal b en so- uniformly pleasant th:t Mr. WoPWy l ing r.go determined t v surpris his men by giving t hen such a 'hrist mas dinner as th;y had not had si rice thv l-ft home to seek their fortunes in a harsh and unfriend- ; p.- world, lb' came to town a few days h;-fcr Christmas i t get the ingredients f- r th, 'hritmns dinni-r. . He intended to time his i nuni so that he wouhl gt 1 (ave 'retk early enough on Christ mas to co I: th-- dinner. He got u f;ur-te;-n pfnrid tnrl;n. a pallon nf thj iiiof; compr: h'T.si ve oysters In th market, a Irrse ran fX mincemeat, a greut .uantity cf Cid. r. a plum pudding of wonderful area, ceb-ry. orange?, apple"", i.uts and earvly. Whnn he got back to the mill he found only two men there. The rest hail arr:pl?rt invitatit,:is to M:ie cls"ii here. The dinner w as cooked, trorgh. and th re has hen intestinal :-t rd'-r :-t the caMip ver since, a not unnatural conse-pienee of three men i trying t- oat j.s' much as was Intended for eight. Our list or resiliences tor sale and for rent is extensive. The Kvans Loan & Investment Co. , SptM-inl snle of lmiien' coats now ro i.iff on at Siein's Cloak an-1 Suit House. Christmas Cameras S.We have just opened. up a new shipment of Pocos and Premos. All the latest styles and t greatly reduced prices. Premos from S3 to S36. Pocos all prices. Don't forget that we have the only complete Photo Stock in Arizona. E.L. Andrews & Son IJlfl& Ml' I LttfR Sale Don't Spend All of Your IVIoney for Xman toys, but i ut it where it will do you more good. We have son: Xinas bargains In improved and unimproved city and country property that will jay y.ti to investigate. Our office is headquarters for tourists end strangers Our list of houses and roiTm.i. either furnished or unfurnished. Is COM l'LKTK and at your com mand I roe of charge. 6, 7 and 8 Per Cent Kor.ey to loan on silt clBe real estate Fe.-.:rity. WI-: AltK SOI.K AGENTS f..r 111 nf th LTKPSt IXSl'KANCi: (ICll'AXIKS of tll woilrl. WeiricK & Latham Keal Estate and Insurance 47 H. Center St. 'Phone sFor Rent A Brick House. ; r 3 Four rooms with kitchen jand bath, per month : I S12.SO. I Iarizoka BUILDING CO., E ; 21 S Fleming Block. i WHY PAY RENT? when yon can bii3- the follow iug homes at low figures aud,pay for them as rent 5 Room Brick; lot lOOxl.T;! $1,400, 4- Room Brick; lot ."0xl37; $1,000. 4 Room Frame; lot 7."xl7oi $800, 2 Storv, S-room brick; 50x137;' $2,200, r i Nice Home, North First Ave.; I $1,000. We also have the best 1G0 acre Alfalfa Ranch in the Valley.. 80 acres; highly improved; fine house; within ti miles. 5 Acre Tract within 2 miles; $500. To Lease-Fine S-room house; furnished; central, bath; piano. $2,500 to Loan. A Good Business For Sale. WE liV MVY AIIRACllvr EAKGUVS 01 SIMS :ILB0VI PAULDING & REHUKG 41 West Adams Strost Opp,. trostolf ice 1 RCNTI0 A. SPECIALTY REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. COLLINS, TAYLOR t SON No. II Kartb first AramiR, Pho.nrx, Arlion I If you want good :: things to eat J goto Hoghe's f Palace Chop t House THE CLUB STABLES One block north of Hotel Adams on North Outer Street. Nobby turnouts. Safe and ppeeily st'cli. GLARANTEED PATENT LEATHERS Did you ever hear of this kind ? We have them. A NEW PAIR if they break. This is the sea son to wear. them. ..... rf . H. A. DieHl Located" near Street Car and have Hot and Cold Water and Will be sold on very easy First to apply will have of locations. I FRA'FQT WAI KFR Real Estate and Insurance VJ B"4.l1uJ 9 T V rLILI 6 South Sccoad Ave. PHOENIX. ARIZONA 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 Holiday Candies For th- coining vek v. toai'tiu lo offer :t optional values in 'nn V have the bt SlixeM Hrk-n Camly and MiX"1 I'leams, and a No in y tht- lin-.t !i f Honbnns and t 'hocolates. " IT jou need nny K? reuni or Us. telephone us. and we will itioniptly fill your order. , HANNA & 4- Th? if-.uifs of life ,:md death cltp?nil on the potency of a flrus some time:; nft.mfr than ve are apt xo think. When your physician pre wrlhes a remedy he expects certain rysulis: if the remedy supplied be lacking in purity or strength it may f;til of its- purpose. We think of thej- things. We take eare to see that every drug we use in prescriptions is absolutely pure and of standard potency. We are careful about the compo und'nR; also. We hove had ample ex perience and tan assure you tha t if you permit us to compound your prescriptions you can feel secure about them. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington and Center Sts. PH0LNIX, ARIZ. Real Eststs, Loans, Insurance HOTEL MODESTI Au NEW YORK RESTAURANT Mark Land and S.im Clilng, Proprietors. New dining room is gT3r tntccd to be the eoolrst and most comfortable in the city. Firstelass mealfl t all hours. Patroiwajre solicited. 25-27 South Center street. Phoenix. HENRY RIDDLE & CO. REAL ESTATE AND LOANS NO. 17 NORTH FIRST AVENUE FOR SALE Pever.il Rrick and Frame Dwellings. Two J.cxlsir.g Houses. Farm Land in all quan titles From Five Acres to a Section t Good Business Proper ty. MON'ET TO LOAN. IIOUSF.3 RENTED. " " AGENTS FOR NON-RESIDENTS. LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH TJ8. A Year's Record of OL 6 cere? Shoe Co. Days I Offer at a Great FOUR-ROOM BRICK COTTAGES R-jf. OH LI I. terms. choice Rare Bargains Talbot & Hubbard MUNSON. inONEY 'LOANED on real estate or chattel eecurlty. Re payable in monthly installments to ult the borrower. Ascertain my rate be fore placing loan elsewhere. E. & HQ N. Center St. Opp. Adams Callnie, Maricopa rotinty. K very tin ug Which We Are Proud l'roiul of our tro?nv'st. nrou.1 of tbt1 p:i tirfiu tioa vc have Tiven. proud o. the m.tny ailinq: vyor. we have relieve I with our pas-:-.cs. .rjuJ. that our cus tomers are ninonfr ih ? most intelligen" and critical prud of our iniTvas11!' patronaq". It liuli bo our earivt c-n icavor dur in?r the next twolvt n.tntlis to add an other year's reoord :-i:dlar to the oiv just fynno before. y. PBSCQB V.'. GKonGR Mnnagfr.