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THE ARIZONA EEPTJBLICAN: TUESDAY MOENING, OCTOBEH 14, 1902.
r - i r i r r it ii I v -' t t i f 1 I M ' l iFall Is Here With llts Longer, Cooler Evenings lAnd So Now Is the Time to Buy Lamps and Heating Stoves jlf you want a plain or fancy lamp it 'will pay ycu to see the large line at 'Davidson's Cash Store. The lamps are beauties in up-to-date fall styles made in metal and china. Hanging from $1.25 to $12.00. Some of 'these lamps are in our west snow Kvindow. I "We also have a line of electric light shades, night lamps, lamp chimney? .sand wicks at reasonable prices. We have a large line of oil and wood heating stoves. Hotter buy your stove f before the first cold snap comes. f I Our line of Moore's steel ranges are f nil fine bakers, durable and sold from f; I $20.00 to $:.:.oo. I Tents, cots, mattresses and house ' J furnishings. ' j DAVIDSON'S I CASH STORE j Mail orders promptly filled. Accuracy Accuracy in selecting the proper frames. Accuracy in fitting the frames to the face. Accuracy in plac ing the lenses so the eyes will look directly through the optical center. Accuracy in choosing the size of lens most becoming. Accuracy in diagnosing the defect. Accuracy in Qualifying the defect. Accuracy in advice given. Accuracy is what Ave promise and guarantee. DR. PRATT Arizona's Leadicg Optician Modern Drug Dealing. The elements that enter Into perfect drug service are, we be lieve, these: Competency, quali ty, courteousness and fair profit policy. We endeavor to give 'all these the fullest expression. "While In pome things there i3 legitimate need of varying quali ties, in medicinal drugs there U not. "We handle one grade only the highest yet our prices are apt to be less than Inferior qual ities are commonly sold for. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington & Center Sts. IlWTHE club stables One block north of Hotel Adam on North Center Street. Ncteby turnout Bf and speedy toct. W. L. GEORGE, Proprietor. Walter Hill & Co receivers, pckers, shippers Fruits and Produce. Phoenu, Tucson, P.-escott, Arizona. PING PONG : A full stock of this very popular game just received. Sets with plain wood ' - rackats, cork rackets, leather rackets, orange wood rackets, and in fact all kinds and prices from the cheapest to the best. Also separate rackets, nets "T7 and balls. Let us show them to you. Phoenix Stationery and News Co, News of tKe i own THE WEATHER Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. ' Forecast fcr today ( ) Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: Temperature iMipcrture Departure ' air-Be ilnoe IMoJMinth Ja. 1, 19C2 AN MOHMAi, 72 TX 21 4 213 Maximum temperature, 87; minimum temperature, 5G. Average relative humidity, 42 per cent. Total precipitation, 0. Forecast for today Fair. WM. G. BURNS, Section Director. THE W. C. T. U. The regular meet ing of the "W. C. T. U. will be held to morrow afternoon at 2:S0 o'clock at the corns of the union at the corner of Center and Monroe streets. A STOLEN LAP ROBE. During the encert at the Christian church last Friday evening a black lap rube, -narked with the name of the owner, was taken from a carriage standing .-.ear the church. GONE TO CONFERENCE. Several local ministers of the M. E. church 'culh, and their wives left last night .la the M. & P. fcr Santa Ana, Calif.. .0 attend conference. Among them vere J. V. Rowland. E. H. Mowre. Mr. ind lire. R. A. Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. .V". K. Simpscn and Mrs. J. M. Weems. BETTER REGISTER. it behooves every voter to find cut today If his name is on the great register, as this is the last call. That there are many not yet registered i. Indicated by the fact that Justice Gray yesterday se cured nineteen r.ew names, and the field is supposed to have been pretty ccrefv.liy warced. RALLY AT WK'KENBURG. There will be a big republican rally at Wiek enburg tonight, at which Robert E Morrison will be present and address the voters c.i the issues of the day. Judge Kibbcy. candidate for the coun cil, and J. L. Burrows, secretary of the Ipf.irtv central committee, left on this morning's train to be present and help do a little missionary work. END OF REGISTRATION. The registration of voters will close tonight at midnight. Those who are not on the list should see that their names are en tered. It is possible that the office of the county recorder will be kept open up to the last minute, but that chance phculd not bs taken. There is some doubt whether the office can accept names which have been taken by the registering 'officers befoi'e the expira tion of the time unless they are turned in before the time. DELEGATES RETURN. Dwight B. Heard. J. "W. Woo If and K. W. Wilbur returned yesterday morning from Colo rids Springs, where they attended the annual meeting of the irrigation con gress. The water storage committee will hold a meeting in the board of trade room at 10 o'clock on Wednesday morning, when these gentlemen will make reptrt of the interesting things they saw and heard and that gave en couragement to the water storage en terprise in this valley. AID FOR ANTHRACITE STRIK- IERS. At the meeting on Sunday of !the Phoenix Typographical Union a I resolution was passed for the aiding jof the anthracite strikers. The mem , bers of the union consented to a regular I assessment of themselves and they also undertook to collect aid' from other sources. They ask those who desire to I contribute to leave their offerings with S. Palmer, president, at The Republi can office, or Mrs. M. G. Loveitt, secre tary, at Democrat office. WILL GET A PATENT. John Luke has returned from the Eclipse mine near Crown King, owned by himself, Frank Luke and R. F. Kirkland. Sur veys are now completed, upon which application will be made for a patent. The mine is an eld silver producer, a great many thousand dollars having been taken out of it. It is well de veloped, one shaft being over 400 feet deep, with four levels opened, on which about SCO feet cT drifting has been done. It U one of the early day prop erties of Yavapai county which paid almost from the grass roots and which will be more valuable than ever on THE II. H. McNEILL Wholesale. R.tall. CO. , 1 .M 2 Hi V s.fjn o ,. e .5. the csmpletion of the Crown King rall- rcad. POLICE COURT. Juana Cruz was arrested Saturday night for a viola- ! tion cf the moral law, and put up a j cash bond of five dollars for her ap pearance in couit. It was forfeited yesterday. A NEW MARSHAL. Marshal Kin ney left for Prescott this mcrning to attend the grand lodge meeting of the A. O. U. W. lodge. During his absence Jeff Duncan will wear his star and sit in the big chair at police headquarter?. BOARD OF TRADE. There wUl be t special meeting o.f the board of trade this evening to consider the p:cposl-. tion of the Los Angeles Herald for the advertising cf this sectim in Its pecial edition to appear about Decem ber 1st. - THE NEW FIRE COMPANY. At a regular meeting of the Phcenix fire iepartment last night the"I'ive Points Meek and Ladder and Chemical com pany No. 2 was formally admitted to the department. This was the first meeting of the department since the new company was formed. The de partment will give a banquet next Monday night, at which the new com pany will be christened. The depart ment now consists cf six companies. HE SAW THE BATTLE. Captain J. O. Spicer, who is well remembered by many of the citizens of Phoenix, is now a resident of Groton, Ccnn., at Prospect Place, (Jroton Heights. In a letter to a fiiehd in Phoenix he givr? 1 graphic description of a mimic battle in the course of the maneuvers be tween the licet in the harbor and the Foits Wright. Tarry. Trumbull, etc. "Between the hours of 5 and 7 a. m. I witnessed the most terrific battle lx-wee-n ships 'and fcrts that, could he imagined without solid missiles. It was something grand to witness in May. but terrible to contemplate in arrest." The harbor and forts are in 'ull view of the windows cf Prospect Place. Captain Spicer mcurns the loss )f P. T. Eurtis, J. W. Evans and oth -r )ld Phcenix friends. DISTRICT COURT. A session ol th listiict court was held yesterday, ul which the principal busir.e-s was iho etting of cases fcr the next term. A deral prand jury was crderc.l for No vember 6 and a federal trill jury for Nove.nber 10th. The territorial grand iury was orcleied for the same date, znd the territorial trial jury for Nc i'emb;r 17. The following cases w r. iismisFed from the calendar: R. II. Lcucurrr.iik vs. Ed S. Lyell; Jose Qui ;a'ln vs. F. M. Quigado; Pittsburg tTue lass Comrany vs. John Q. Whit? t al.: Edward W. Keithline vs. If -a Evalina Keithline: Jacob F. Brown et il vs. J. D. Hoii'k. In the case of Neil-. Peteison vs. Ben Goldman, judgment .vas given the plaintiff for J1.CS2.22. A arge number of persons pre.-er.te 1 hemselves for naturalisation, ami in ill eases but two they were able t" atiny the court that they had arrived it that stage of their residence in this ountry in which they could ur.dertak .itixenship. They can not participate in the election next month. All those ejected were citizens of Mexico. NEW CORPORATIONS. Articles oZ the following corporations were fil?d l:i the office of the county recorder yester day: Duluth Oil and Gas t cmpanv. capital stock $500,000, Incorporators. C. V. Davi3. W. J. Thompson and M. C. French: Petaluma Coal Mining com pany, capital stock $1,000, 0O. incorpora tors. J. W. Lawrence, T. C. Denny an.l P. II. Lawlor; Gold Eagle Mining and Smelting company, capital stock $1,000. f'00. incorporators, J. W. Kinroff, J. D. Phillips -and A. P. Lukens; th? Inter national Gold and Copper company, limited, capital stock $3,000,000. incor porators. M. M. Wall, R. E. Erdman and B. F. Hanley; Dixie Soap company, capital stock $500,000, incorporators, F. C. Mores, J. Badkin and W. C. Lytl: Rex Oil and Gas company, capital ",tock $300, 000, Incorporators, C. Viol, S. F. Schilling and others; Central Mon tana Mining company, capital stock $2, 500 C00, Incorporators, G. M. Nelson and W. E. Bramhall: Wallace Geld Mining company, capital stock $5,000,000. incor ocrators. I. C. Stump. A. C. Don-ill ind M. H. Briggs: American Oil and Mineral company, capital stock $1,000. 000, incorporators, G. P. Gross. F. J. Hatch and J. McD. Trimble; British American Dredging syndicate, limited, capital stock $3,000,000. incorporators, F. B. Vrooman. P. W. H. Ash an 1 others; the Mad River Mining company, capital stock $1,000,000, incorporators, L. Lutz, H. Henderson and others. o The Carroll brothers, the celebrated astern trick cyclists, are giving per- "ormances on First avenue. S. W. Hamilton, Professional Tuner, Pianoforte, Pipe Organ and Reed Or ?an. Graduate of the New England Conservatory1 of Music. Boston, Mas. Orders may be left at Fountain's Music store and will receive prompt attention. P. O. 342. SHIRTS I MADE . ML i TO your ipJr i MEASURE jj.t Nothing else is as important in making a man comfortable, hence cheerful, as a properly fitting shirt. We can make them In any style you want. We guarantee you a fit. Our aim U, in this as in everything else, to give the very best good:; at the lowest possible prices. t Your Money Back if Von Want It t t i I McDougal! & I Cassou 2 Exclusive Haberfashcrs ! Next Door to Santa Ke Railroad Office mm i rfivi . a s For nearly half a century Hanan's Shoes have been the standard of excellence and worn by all who adhere strictly to the dictates of Faahion. S5-S6-S7 New Eall Styles THE- HU J1.1C0 New brick cottage, Churchill ad dition, 4 rof.ms, pantry, bathroom and fine detached screen sleeping room. Jl.OoO IVi story frarue dwelling, stable, orchard, chicken yard; one block from electric line; lot 200 feet square. $3,500 Modern brick house; close in cn car line. Jl.GOf Brick cottage, 5 rooms, partly furnished; on car line; Dennis ad dition. $1,700 e-room mw brick; corner lot; small c-j;sh payment; balance same as rent. $500 4-room frame house; stable; East Adams street. $5,5002 new modern brick cottages. rent lncom? iG90; a good invest ment. $4.000 Fine modern brick residence; N. First avenue. 5750 New 4-room brick cottage; bath. Vacant lots in all parts of the city. Strangers in the city will find listed in our Renting Department every desir able furnished and unfurnished house for xer.t in Phoenix. WeirlGk & Latham 44 N. Center St. We have a fine saddle maker, expert carriage trimmer and harness makers employed. Prompt attention paid to mail orders. N. PORTER SADDLE. HARNESS CO. 142 East Washington 0 lank the Headquarters f r the Celebrated Kil ler and .Tchn B. Stetson. .1 Hats. The new tall styles arc now on display. High Grade Fall Furnishings Men's iiv.r- still bosrm fancy shirts; , new stripes and lijures. Men's medium weight and heavy v.ool underwear in plain gray an.l fancy colors. Men's Fancy and White Vests. Plank the Hatter -- . .i- - St i-r Sale natter, BICYCLE We are prepared to do any and all kinds of Bi cycle and Gun Repairing promptly and at rea sonable rates. Our shop is in charge of Mr. R. 33. Stuart a thorough mechanic and a man who understands bicycle repairing in all its branches We so licit your trade. E. L. ANDREWS (& SON. Real Mate Loans . Investments High class mining stocks a specialty. Write or call for information. Bargains in real estate 1, 2 or 3 fine lots on N. Center street very cheap: 5 acre and 12 acre lots, close in, boih good bargains; 10 acre crange grove, at a great sacrifice. All Kinds of City and Ranch Property For Sale. E. A. Spauldio; 41 West Adams Street Opposite Postoflice A NEW LINE OF . MOULDINGS s Tor Picture Framing and Mats to Match, just re ceived at ART and CURIO SHOP West Adams, Opp. Postoffice. Yoi Can Have One Of our life size pictures just as easy, and it will be absolutely free. We sell you groceries cheaper than any other house In the city; also give one of these life size pictures. This Is no guess work. You are sure of a picture and seme one else does net get the prize you are entitled to. 2 pounds Dried Apples 1 pound Dried Apricots G bars "Our Finest" Poap G bars Borax Soap 5 bars Cudahy Toilet Soap in box 2 cans Salmon ...: 1 can Arr.ciican Sardines 3 pound box Best Macaroni 2 cans Corned E 'ef 10c 25c 25c 15c 25c .Tc SOe 25c Our Chase & Sanborn's Mocha and Java is the best Coffee in the city..3oC Pafford'sOash Store 23 South First Aveuce. Phone 2555. WANAMAKIR & BROWN'S Celebrated tailor-made clothing -for gentlemen; a fit guaranteed. 350 sam ples to sc-lect from. Suits delivered in IS to 20 days. S. S. RENNER, Aat H S. lint Ave Samples shown on Fridays and Sat urdays only. Everybody Seems to Like Stein's Suits Bast, The new Fall Suitings for tailor .made suits and skirts have just arrived. Remember we sell these goods by the yard and ask no more for them than the dry goods stores would. Sponged and read- to cut. Every piece is pertcnally sekctedand with that care for taste that has made Stein's famous. Being iu th. manufacturing business we know the kind oF materials to buy for skirts and suits The preference fcr Stein's suits, jackets and skirts was never so pronounced as now. There is a smart air about them, and a rfch effect to the tailoring that isn't found elsewhere. Stoic s ask n. extra for the exclusl veness of these garments. Only a few styles of a kind are carried. .i the.t every lady may feel that she is exclusively dressed, no matter how little she may p.iy. It isn't the Stein policy to make reckless promises. We are careful and thoughtful in our oj inicr. that such values' are not to be had except here. - I STEIN'S SUIT Am 'CLOAK HOUSE MILLINERY. w,aj m.otmn .m. TAILORING. REPAIRING Wait Millinery Wo :ncst respccfully request th- ladies of Phoenix and surrounding country to postpone buying your millinery until our fall c;.nir.g in the near future. The exast data we will announce IN A FEW DAYS. This delay was caused by the sudden illness of our former trimmr. Miss Wigglnton, while on her way here. We have been f jrtunat-. however, In securing the services of Mrs. King, Phot-nix'i ir.o.-t cele brat?d trimmer, and hepe that lady wiM deserve the ame confidence as cur former trimmer last season. Respectfully. Telephone iioi. Washington Street, Near Center IF YGU ARE GOING TO PAIN1 YOUR HOUSE OR carriage: We Can Furnish the Right Materials ...Talbot , Mfobard... H4HRY BRISIEY You may not have an invalid in your house at present, but there's no telll:. ; when you will have one. When the need fcr sickroom helps aris-,?, remem ber that we have every approved da vice for the comfort of the patir.t an convenience of the nurse. It would be dillicult to tell of our whole list h r-. We give these hints Invalid Cushions, Hot Water Hags, Fountain Syrinx-, Absorbent Ccttor.s, Gauze. Ice 15ags, Food Warmers. Sic k Ft e l--rs. A fe '. words about prescriptions will r.ot be amiss while talking of the s-Uk room. We call for prescriptions and deliver medicines. IT! Kemember our mail department. Choice California Fruits Fierh anJ dr-lkious peaches, paar s, plums, grapes ar 1 app!-s arriv OiHy. No carried ever stock. There is no I'.Ie:? on oy fruit, either. Cli and see our dipbiy r.nd get our prices before erdcrin. elvxh-re. We deliver to any part of th'i c ity. Con'i e t: :nery and i. l- c rtam our specialties. HANNA & MUNSON West Washington St. COPYRIGHT. B for tKe 3 Ope 1lt8 IF 8 I, OF H t: r; Gerson & Herzberg, Proprs. .J C. A. LA8St 99 RISLEY DRUG CO. -HOTEL ADAMi Phone 309 DON'T SWEAR at your l'r, o!-l. w-n o"t l!re p-t a HP'., one of vs. We '. as g" . 1 a l.:--as theiv is on lh- ma kit. Vr- b.iv handled the Vim ('uiiu.; ti:.- l r f". years, end find thi-y ii'v..;s :v- a;i--lact'.i'.i. We oi.'y k ". p nr.- gra i . and th;:t is tho !.-. t. c- Uv i..v -r allowed ourselves t i: ! that in s:" -ply givln, a cu;t j:i 1 r M.; li on-"'-worth, v. e have r-!:':!'.- 1 ur h.' duty, but we try t-) p 1 f : m ti:a; d:. In sue h v:;y a.- f ;.ue th . u.r appl et L-.ti'n of the r p.-.i r- ' u''. E. M. DEPEW CH CO. 37 K. First Av2.. TeiE-lssaa 1535 f" ) w v. V O v G O G G e o o o o to o o 1C6 and 1C8 W. Washington, Phoenix, - - - Arizona. Tel 2971. 10 and 12 V. Washington Street