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THE AEU30KA EEPTJBIaUAl?: MONDAY MOEJOJiO, NOVEMBEn IT, 19OT.
5 Women of Arizona Do you want Something Choice in the Way of n Something StyliiH We have just received a line of KiJgeway's old blue willow ware, elec tration over 100 years old, just Im ported from England. You can buy one piece or 100 pieces and always match, at prices of American decor ated ware. We have also just received an Im portation of Havlin China in open Ftock: one piece or 100 pieces and al ways match, in plain, white or decor ated. In the star shape Havlln'B lat est and most beautiful pattern. Call nnd see our line of China. We won"t set mad if you don't buy, and we think every woman enjoys looking at nice dishes. Watch for our fancy lamp sale. They MUST OO, and at surprising prices. DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE Phoenix, Arizona ' 114 and 118 West Washington St. Tel. 236, 3 rings. Mail orders promptly filled. If you don't see, don't believe. . A good safe rule apply it when you "pome to us for glasses. ltomemler, we make no charge for advice, and guarantee a perfect fit spectacles that will not deform your appearance, but rather Improve it, making the old appear young as possi ble and the young no older than they are. Arrival of Rubber Our fall stock of rubber goods Is here, and they are the kind of goods that everybody wants the kind you always pay for whether you get them or not. These are high grade goods, made exclusively by makers who have a reputation for- turn ing out reliable products. A little difference In quality makes a very great difference In durability, so get the best. Costs you no more than the poorer sort. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington & Center SU THE CLUB STABLES One Mock north of Hotel Adam on North Center Street Nobby taraouts. Bfa and beedy etcK. W. L. GEORGE, Proprietor. SSIES 5. L. EASTtRLING UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 44-46 . Adams St Tel. 291 A Lady Atlendznt New Pictures, New Frames, New Mouldings Just received by the Phoenix Stationery and News Co. We have also just received a new oval mat cutter, and are now prepared to c ut oval and circular mats or glasse i in any rise. If yci haw a picture that needs an oval frame, or mat, come i io and j 2 West News of the Town, THE WEATHER Lrfical Daily Weather Report for Th1 Arizona Republican. Forecast for today. . Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yes terday: Tempers tnra Departure Blnoe lat oi Month Dep"ure li. Jen. 1, : UMAX BOBMAL 59 58 449 Maximum temperature, 75; minimum temperature, 43. Average relative humidity, 38 per cent. Total precipitation, 0. Character of the day Clear. M. E. BL.YSTONE. Observer. SUNDAY NIGHT CATCH. The po lice last night picked up one drunk and one hobo. OFFICERS' MEETING. There will be a meeting of the board of officers of the Baptist church this evening at 8 o'clock, at the office of Dr. J. Wlx Thomas. THE CRITTENTON HOME. The ladles of the circle of the Crlttenton home are called to a meeting which will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30. There is important business to be attended to In connection with the annual reception to be given Thursday, November 20. THE LOAN COMMISSION. Attor ney General Wells came down from Prescott yesterday morning lo be pres ent at the meeting of the territorial loan commission today. This meeting will be In obedience to a mandate of the United Ftates supreme court in the matter of the so-called Pima county bonds. , AS TO LIMES. From the fact that Marshal Kinney heard nothing yester day from. Officer Russell, who went to Los Angelea after Charles Limes, it is assumed that the young man refused to return to Phoenix without extradition papers being secured, and that Mr. Russell has gone to Sacramento to se cure them. BAND CONCERT. The band con cert is now a recognized Sunday after noon institution, though it was some thing of a surprise a week ago yester day'to those who had been In the habit of corning out Sunday evening. There was a good attendance yesterday and the day was a beautiful one for an out door gathering. INTERESTING HEADING. A late dispatch from Pueblo says: Augustus Williams, a cattle king from Prescott, Ariz., is in Pueblo today. Williams says that when he returns to Prescott he ,wlll : begin the erection of a five story hotel on the site of Montezuma's castle, the most famous of all the cliff dwellers'" ruins. He proposes to make It a winter resort. A PLEASANT AFTERNOON. Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Trott and daughter. Miss Nellie, yesterday afternoon enter tained at dinner Mrs. H. M. Cake of Tucson and a few of her many Phoenix friends. Mr. Trott is grand master of the I. O. O. F. of this jurisdiction and Mrs. Cake is president of the Rebekah assembly, I. O. O. F., of this jurisdic tion. Mrs. Cake left for home on th evening train. DOUBLY ARRESTED. Another warrant was issued yesterday for C. J. Arthur for cutting Ed. Gowett the night before. The warrant was issued by Judge Gray on complaint of Gowett. There was a misunderstanding of the status of the case, for Arthur had been put under arrest the night before and was taken before Justice Burnett, who released him on his own recognizance for his appearance today. It is likely that he will be dismissed on the last proceeding against him. A BOLD THEFT. Some nervy thief played a huge joke on the Boston Store Saturday night. A half-dozen boxes of new shoes were received during the day, and on account of the employes all being busy were allowed to remain on the sidewalk till closing time at night. They were seen and counted by a clerk at 7 o'clock in the evening, but when closing time came there were but five boxes. The stolen box contained twelw pairs of men's lace shoes, each pair having on the strap the name "Fried man Bros. Shoe Co.," the manufactur ers. If shoes of this kind are offered for sale around town possible buyers had best beware, as the Boston Store 3 o S" Si a o 3 n 2. 5 Z r a THE H. H. McNEILL CO WHOLESALE, RETAIL. and let us frame if up for you. Washington Street. holds a lien on them. No other dealer In the c ity handles that brand of shoes. ARIZONA'S SEAPORT.r-Tuma is the only Arizona city that boasts of regular steamboat excursions. One is run each Sunday on the Colorado river, and they afford a very interesting di version for Yuma people. . IS NOW AN ANGEL. W. A. Bon derant. formerly a resident of Phoenix, is now an angel, or at least he has gine to live in the city of the angels, where he is engaged in the real estate business. After leaving here he was for a time a guard at the territorial prison. ' s THE M'DOWELI- APACHES. Jus tice Burnett returned Saturday night from Fort McDowell, where he went on Friday to take the affidavits of settlers regarding the specific offenses of the Indians who are camped near there. The Indians have lately been stealing corn, of which they made the worst possible use converting it into t!s-w!n. There is absolutely nothing those In- lans can do tbre but steal or starve. and It is hoped that when the affldar vita of the settlers are presented to the department, the Apaches will be sent back to the reservation. A PECULIAR ACCIDENT. Rafael Lopez, who is employed In E. Gonzales' blacksmith shop on West Jefferson street, met with an accident yesterday afternoon that will not result seriously. but which might have caused his death In a short time had he not received at tention. He had a little Sunday job to do on his anvil and was hitting the iron its finishing blow when a chip flew off and, striking him on the left wrist, raised up a piece of skin the size of a nickel, severed an artery and flew on again. The man began to bleed pro fusely and made a trail of gore to the office of Dr. Swetman, where the flow of blood was stopped and the wound was dressed, but not till the patient had fainted from excitement and loss of blood. PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. The ervices at the Presbyterian church yesterday were of an unusually inter esting nature. Beside the regular morning sermon by the pastor several new members were received, and the sacrament of the Lord's supper -was celebrated. In the evening the pulpit was filled by Rev. John S. Macintosh D. D. of Philadelphia. His theme was Their Greatest Discovery and What They Did With It," relating to the ex perience of the disciples when they round Christ. His text was John 1:45. Dr. Macintosh is an eloquent and Inter esting talker, and the church was crowded to hear him. Dr. Macintosh la a representative of the evengelistic committee of the General Presbytery, and his mission here was to confer with the local ministers of that denom ination as to the propriety of assigning an evengellst to the Arizona field ex clusively, for the spread of the gospel and the strengthening of the churches in the territory. While no definite an nouncement 13 ma 3c, it is understood Dr. Macintosh is favorably Impressel with tho plan proposed and will most likely report accordingly. o Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Towers, who have been living in Morristown the past summer, left Phoenix yesterday for Los Angeles, where they will reside in the future. o IT PUZZLED THE OHIOAN. An American who was traveling in Japan says the Japanese have a word of salutation which sounds like Ohio. When he was In Yokahama a fellow countryman was seeing the sights from rickshaw. ' The Japanese are very polite, and when even the American met them the gave him the usual word of greeting. At first he wasn't quite certain, but as party after party bowled ptofoundly and said "Ohio," he became convinced that they were uttering the name of his own state, and he was a badly puzzled Occidental. Finally, on passing a group of a dozen or more, who were more than usually courteous. and who vociferated the word of wel come, he couldn't repress his astonish ment any further. "Yes," he said, "I'm from Ohio, and from Jefferson county; but how did you fellows get on to th.i fact?" "Charley, dear," said young Mrs. Tor- kins, "I have such, a bargain." "In deed?" "Yes: you. told me that blue chips were worth a dollar apiece, and I gpt a whole lot of them for 75 cents!" -Washington Star.- o Any one suffering from defective eye sight would do well by consulting the celebrated eye specialist. Dr. B. I. Price, who will be at the Adams hotel from the 15th to the 22nd of November. Good tamales, any number, for par ties or families or served 17 S. 1st Ave. For Rent. Two elegant ofilce rooms in 2d story Nicholson building. Apply to -Nicholson, the tailor, or to N. A. Morford, room 6, same building. The above shirt is made in all styles of bosom and in ever' length of sleeve. McDouqail & Cassou 32 W. Washington St. toe HUB The "Topkote NEW SWAGGER CORRECT Only a very high class custom - tailor could make this coat to measure and make it fit as well as the "EEF-EFF" and the price would be double. $15 TO $25 Weirick & Latham 44 N. Center St. Real Estate -AND Mining Investm'ts Insurance and Loan Brokers Strangers in the city will find listed incur Benliog Department every de sirable famished and unfurnished houss for rent in Phoenix. FOR SALE. FINEST IMPROVED 5 ACRE RANCH in the valley. Six room house, barn and ' outbuild ings. All kinds of fruit trees In full bearing. FOR SALE. FINE ALFALFA RANCH, 160 acres, fenced and cross fenteJ, water In Maricopa canal, 3 miles of city. FOR SALE. 20-ACRE WELL IM PROVED RANCH; new barn, good house and outbuildings, - water In Maricopa canal. THESE ARE BARGAINS, AND WE HAVE OTHERS. CALL AND IN VESTIGATE. Your Doctor Always Feels Safe When he knows that you have your prescriptions put up at our drug store. Competent registered phar macists, with years of ex perience, surely means a good deal to a sick person when in need of medicine. I ELVEY& HULETT The Live Druggists 5 and 7 East Washington St. Now is the time To make your Xmns fruit cake. We have just received a fresh lot of nuts and fruit. I lb. pkg. seeded raisins (Eagle Brand)" 13c 1 lb. pkg currants 15c 1 lb. Thompson's seedless raisins., .lr.c 1 lb. citron -5c 2 lbs. Knglish walnuts 33c 1 lb. almonds lr.c 4 lbs. new prunes 23c 2 lbs. new codfish 23c 1 o.t. California olives... -..33c 1 qt. nice pickles...... lt)c Pafford's Cast) Store 29 South First Aver ne. 'Phone 2555. Real Estate .(El. Investments FOR SALE. 80 acres of the best land under the Buckeye canal, with forty Inches of water. High class mining stocks a specialty. Write or call for Information. Bargains In real estate 1. 2 or 3 fine lots on N. Center Btreejt very cheap; 5 acre and 12 acre lots. close In, both good bargains; 10 acre orange grove, at a great sacrifice. Also several ranches for rent. All Kinds of City and Ranch Property For Sale. E. A. Spaulding 41 West Adams Street Opposite Post office A NEW LIKE OF MOULDINGS Tor Picture Framing and Mats to Match, just re ceived at ART and CURIO SHOP West Adams, Opp. Postoffice. Handsomest Hats Made Are always found at HAT STORES That's Plank, the Hatter, 106-108 W. Washington' St. Phoenix, Ariz. Our Hpecialtv, fRUir, POULTRY ' Mail Orders. P. O. Box 605 MITANI VEGETABLE CO. GROWERS AND ' SHIPPERS Cor. 4th and r. Washington sts. Phoenix, Arizona. 0000000000000000 ooooooooooooooooooocoooo o o 0 o o o o o o o o Q o o La iies' ...AT A SACRIFICE, ' We are closing out a lot of Ladies' Fleece Lined Underwear at 75c a Suit. This is the greatest value for the money ever offered in Phoenix. Also a lot of all wool ladies' underwear which formerty sold at $2.50 per suit, at $l.f0 per suit. These goods are not equalled at the price anywhere. Come early. These goods will not last. STEIN'S MILLINERY. o COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGGGQOOOO This Is the vSigra of the WalK-over Shoe. It stauds for best quality stock; brainy workman ship and latest fashion in footwear. We have a style to fit 'Oiir foot, at a price to fit your pocket $3.50 and $4.00 H. A. DIEHL HOE CO. Phoenix, Arizona We Are the Exclusive Agents in This Vicinity HOW ABOUT YOUR FIRE. DEPARTMENT? We can supply you with HEATING STOVES, STEEL RANGES and COOK STOVES. ...Talbot II Ann Y BUISLEY. Protect yourself from cold by wearing a Chest Frotector. We have a full line from HO cents up. And do not forget that our prescription department Is In charge of competent men and the best of chemicals and drugs are used. Tiring your prescriptions to us and we will see that they are jut up right. THE BRISLEY DRUG CO. OPEN A. LI NIGHT One, two or three disc plows. Call and look over them. The best all around plow on the market. Clark-Pratt Vehicle Co. South First Street, o pposite Fire Station. RESH SALMON & BASS OYSTERS OYSTERS OYSTERS Fine Steaks. . .AT COFFEE AL'S Underwear H SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE SEOONA;HISGTON STS- TAILORING. Hubbard... C. A. LARSON. HOTEL ADAMS We Set The Pace in repairing bicycles others are com pelled to follow. Xo matter whafa wrong with your wheel, we'll give it our attention skillful, experienced at tentionand we'll not drive you into bankruptcy with our charges. Given an opportunity, we will prove this as sertion. Agents for the celebrated Tribune bicycle. Vim cactus tires. E. M. DEPEWCO. 37 N. First Av3., Tele-taa 1595. .0 ITT Y71 "We have n fine saddle maker, expert i carriage trimmer and harness makers employed. Prompt attention paid tu mail orders. N. PORTER SADDLE .HARNESS CO. 142 East Washington o o o o o o o o o o o Q o o o 4 1 V