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BEPUBIilCAIT: SA TV li DAY MOBNING, NOVEMBER 15, 102.
EUREKA STRIKING BAG ...PLATFORM... Price Complete with Fine Strik ing Bag, only $10. This is the most perfect platform made, has just been put on the market by the Draper & Maynard Co., and we have just received our first shipment cf them. We have one on exhibition in our north show window. Easily and quickly put up. We also have a large shipment of boxing gloves, striking bags, footballs, etc., just In. iSS"" j PINNEY & ROBINSON The Gun - D. , r ESTABLISHED 18S7 Guns, Bicycles, Cameras l47. 40 North Center Street. Phoenix. Store Typewriters, Sporting Goods Z5?e Sixth Avenue Hotel Only Home-Like Hotel in Phoenix Everything New, Neat and Clean Elegantly Furnished Sunny Rooms Table Uusurpassed II. M. CHAPMAN, Prop. Z Jj., . Z gj r Your Doctor Always Feels Safe 4 A Quick Breakfast Is always possible when the cook has gas at her fingers' ends. A match, a light eggs In three minutes, chops or steaks In 10, and there you are. No smoke, no smell, no ash. Better use gas, don't you think? Others do; why not you? Want to know more about gas? We'll tell you gladly. Phoenix Light and Fuel Co. Cor. 1st. Ave. and Jefferson St. Tel. 2401. When he knows that you have your prescriptions put up at our drug store.' Competent registered phar macists, with years o ex perience, surely means a good deal to a sick person when In need of medicine. ELVEY& HLLETT The Live Druggists 5 and 7 East Washington St. Startling ....News FOOTBALL TODAY Normal and Indian Teams Promise a Vigorous Game. In the dried fruit business, selling too rhean. Fresh from California s most fragrant orchards, the finest line of evaporated fruits ever received in, Phoenix, at prices that are the attrac tions of the city. WILLIAM EVANS, SANITARY PLUMBER. Tin and Galvanized Iron Work, Employs the best pump man in Arizona and makes a specialty of PUMP WORK. Give me your orders and I will give you satisfaction. 19 West Adams St. Evaporated extra fancy Morpark . apricots, per lb 12c Evaporated fancy Morpark apri cots, per lb 10c Evaporated extra fancy yellow peaches , 12c Evaporated fancy yellow peaches... 10c Evaporated extra fancy lemon cling peef d peaches 25c Evaporated extra fancy red nec tarines ..15c Evaporated extra fancy peelel ap ples -..12c Evaporated extra fancy Bartlett pears 12c Evaporated fancy Bartlett pears 10c Evaporated extra silver prunes. .12V4c Evaporated extra fancy black figs.. 10c Evaporated extra fancy white figs.l2c Evaporated extra fancy Santa Clara prunes . 10c Evaporated fancy Santa Clara prunes Evaporated Santa Clara prunes 5c New imported currants, In bulk, very fine 12c New seeded Blue Ribbon raisins.. 1216c New London layer table raisins.. 12c Extra fancy New York raspberries.40c Extra fancy New York blackber ries 25c Extra fancy New York Baldwin apples 1' t2c To-day's foot ball game at East Lake park promises to be an excellent one. Manager 'arnursi ui me In dian school team has been working harH with his men for the event and vs that It is the first game for the big Indian team and that the games heretofore this season have been play ed by the second eleven, hence the Normal team, with Its resplendent record, will have a hard game to ngnt. Th Indian bovs are confident that they will carry away the honors of the day. Paddock and Wolf, manager ana captain, respectively of the Tempe Normal team have held their men down to excellent practice and say they are prepared for all good foot ball playing fhe Indians can furnish. The game promises to be well sup ported with rooters from the schools. Beside the Tempe delegation for which there will be an excursion at a 35 cent rate, there will be over a hundred girls with colors, songs-and yells from the Normal and of course a large num ber of the Indian girls will be there to cheer their team to victory. The band will be present to start the game at 2:30 p. m. To-night will tell which Is the probable champion team on the gridiron In the territory. o RIGHT OF WAY COMMITTER. The committee for securing the Phoe nix and Eastern right of way through thin vnilv held a meeting yesterday at which they went over their work to date, finding out Just how they stand, and arranged for completing the work on the south side. The members of th committee from the south side wer- instructed to go ahead with collections, and If possible have all. deeds ready by November 22, when the railroad com pany expects to begin operations on that side of the river. -o We have on hand and on the road 20,000 pounds of the choicest fruits that money can buy, and the lowest prices possible to make will be made, as we intend to take and keep the lead in dried fruits. Come and sample them, for verily, verily, more and more It pays to trade at McKee's Cash Store. McKee's Cash Store COTTAGE HOTEL. American European Plans. You Must vStop for a cool room and quiet night's restat The Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona Personal Mention 7 I1 ! 'I'T T 'I' rv '' '' 1- '' ''' '' '' C. B. Goodell was an outgoing pas r.-nger on the S. F. P. & P this morn Ing. Among those leaving on the M. & P. last evening were: W. B. Messier and Frank C. Toune for Tucson, Mrs. J Holderby and daughter for Los An geles; Geo. F. Freese for Globe; A. t Duclos for Tucson. Among the passengers leaving on this morning's north bound S. F. P. & r train were Geo. F. McFall for Chicago A. N. Segal for Jerome, E. Robinson fnr Rridsrpnort. Conn.. Chas. J. Jen sen for Castle Creek, Hot Springs. o The girl who can see good In evwv t Vi i n cr whn has a laree heart and a- kindly, amiable nature. Dr. B. I. Price, the celebrated eye specialist, of Denver. Colo., will be at the Adams Hotel for one week, from the 15th to the 22nd of November. Opn for bus'.nr.-s. the Eagle barber Fhon. Grigsby, Elliott & Wiggins CILO WARM ING FOR: COLD WEATHER See our Ladies' Ready Made Suits, Jackets, Capes and Woolen Waists. We have a large stock and the price is right The Alkire Co 9 and n East Washington Street Telephone 2741 PHOENIX, ARIZONA I November User priced! SMe We promised, at the beginning of this month, sales of seasonable goods at unapproachable prices. The public well knows that what we promise we perform. The past week was an example of this. For the week beginning with today we offer you a feast of good things-Read the Mowing list. snrl TxMorTitffrst thought. a Hacn ILCIIl IS uiuruugmy uwwviug ui WU4V1M' " 0 DRESS GOODS Broadcloths ten shades, worth $1.25 Venetian worth $125 Hopsackings worth $1.25 Satin Prunellas worth $1.25 These Goods Are All From so to 54 Inches Wide. 36-inch Venetians, natty, wearable, good weights, all colors and blacks, all wool, regular COc and 60c, all this week MM Zibelines, those new goods, so fashi onable, sell regular $1.65, full 45 Inches, this week $1.25 Gray Homespun, worth $1.25, this week 75c RIack Armurcs, Ottomans and hopsacks, all sell regular at $125 to $1.S3 95c Black granite cloths, regular 33c line, this week 25c SPECIAL. A line of fancy and plain dress goods that sold at 50c, 60c and 75c, all go at 25c Black granite cloths, regular 60c quality, this week 40c MILLINERY The correct shapes for Fall and Winter are here, trimmed with fashion's daintiest drapings. The materials, workmanship and general air of excellence reflect the care and study expended on this department. Satisfactory Staple Snaps 36-inch unbleached muslin, the usual Dc kind, this week for 3Kc Lining cambrics, always sell at Ec per yard, this week for 4c Fancy moire cotton lining, the kind called nearsilk It looks Just like silk regular 20c and 25c goods, nice range of colors, all go at 122C Percales that always bring 10c a yard, all this week at 7 feC Outing flannel, worth 10, for 7c Outing flannels, worth 8 l-3c for 6ic Outing flannels, worth 5c, for Fleisher's Shetland Floss, all colors, regular price 10c skein, this week 6ic I2KC Bleached muslin, yard wide, worth 8 l-3c, all this week for 6c Lonsdale muslin, 10c grade, yard wide . 71c Toweling, regular 5c quality, for 3k All linen crash toweling, worth 12'c, this week for 6c Fancy colored checked linen damask, 68 Inches wide, checks in blue, also red, regular 30c goods, all this week for 19c Linen damask, 'worth 50c to COc, full width, all linen, special . 40 c Linen damask, 72 Inches wide, sold for 75c and 85c, this week 62ic Fine bleached damask,, 2 yards wide, regular price $1 to $1.25, this week 75c SILKS AND SATINS Satins, all shades, regular 50c and 75c goods, this week 35c Black Taffetas 36 Inches wide, regular $1.50 and guaranteed silk, this week $1.20 27-inch taffeta, regular $1.25, this week they go at 75c 20-inch guaranteed taffeta, regular $1.00 and $1.25 75c BLACK PEAU DE SOIE The latest line In Phoenix, sells regularly at $3.00 yard, price for this week $1.95 COLORED TAFFETAS, regular as sorted colors, sell always at 75c to 90c yrd, for this week at 60c SILK VELVETS Over 50 colors, best $1.00 yard quality, for this week at 50c We have the largest and most beau tiful line of ladles' eiderdown and flan nelette dressing sacques and klmonas in the city. For this week we offer a discount of 25 per cent off the regular prices. C0 O r o o o V) KnrCH rrujmi g-M ... s -