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THE ARIZONA XMEPUBIilCAIT: MON DAY MORNING, NOVEMBEll 24, 1902.
HIGH SCHOOL THEMES Student Gossip of Classroom and Ath letic Field. arm ? Your ii in. You Need These LEGGINGS, Canvas, 73c, $1. $1.23 and $2.50. Leather, $2.50, $3.50, $3.00. $7.50 and upwards. We also carry PUTTEE and DONCASTER Leggings, at $5, $7.50, $10. If you wear a good pair of leggings once horseback, hunting, or on an outing trip, you will never be without them afterwards. Hunting coats, $1, $1.50, $3, $3.50. Waterproofed canvas. Canvas hunting pants, $1.25 and $1.50 pair. Canvas hats, belts, etc. . . Don't forget our line of TENTS, made by Cook of Chicago. Full size and full weight. Prices right. Second- hand tents cheap. . PINNE.Y. (Q. ROBINSON The Gun Store 1 Guns, Bicycles, Cameras Typewriters, Sporting Goods 40 North Center Street. Phoenix. Zzfie Sixth Avenue Hotel Only Home-Like Hotel in Phoenix Everything New, Neat and Clean Elegantly Furnished Sunny Rooms Table Uusurpassed XX. M. CHAPMAN, Prop. &&&&&&&&&& &&&&&&& INSIST McCLTJRE'S PHARMACY. WHY? Because Mr. McClure thoroughly understands his business and Is the only graduate of pharmacy in the drug business in Phoenix. He graduated from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy In the class of 1S90 and has had fifteen years practical experience. His assistant. Mr. McElvee, is also a graduate of the Ada Col lege of Pharmacy and is a thoroughly competent man. " Tour prescriptions are perfectly safe in our hands and you get exactly what your doctor prescribes. Compare our prices with the prices of others and you will find that we do not put on the fancy price. We are satisfied with a legitimate profit. We feel that we are Justly entitled to your prescription business. 4 en 's eg. 8- eg. INSIST On having them filled at McClure's Pharmacy. g9, Opposite Post-office. Phoenix, Arizona. Phone 1211. a 3 WILLIAM EVANiS, SANITARY' PLUMBER. Tin and Galvanized Iron Work. Stoves Repaired and Set Up. 19 West Adams St. Jr ree Turkeys The Maple Leaf Bowling Alloys will present free two fine fat turkeys to the two gentlemen making the largest scores in ten pins before Thursday morning, November 27th. The same offer to the best scores made by ladies. MAPLE LEAF Bowling Alleys BASEMENT Cor. First Ave. & Adams St COTTAGE HOTEL. American European Plans. You Must vStop for a warm room and quiet night's rest... The Williams House, .Maricopa, Arizona. The basket ball team had arranged for a frame with the Indian school, Saturday but it was postponed on ac count of the rain. The girls of the basket ball team were greatly disappointed upon re ceiving a letter from Spalding Bros., stating that their sweaters could not be delivered when they were expected. Manager Marshall ia engaged In ad vertising the game between the High school and Indians on Thanksgiving morning at 10 o'clock. The High school team has been practicing hard and fully intends to obtain revenge for its past defeat by beating the In dians. Arrangements have been made with the earnlval committee by which the game Thanksgiving is to bo the only attraction in the morning and this fact should assure aivgood a crowd as an afternoon game would bring. The time for the first quarter finals is drawing near and it is a frequent theme of the advice and warnings of the class rooms. When the seniors take Chemistry the laboratory is often the scene of small explosions which have the seri ous effect of frightening the girls who happen to bo in that vicinity. In the opinion of many, it would be a good plan for the Athletic association to offer a pennant or a cup to be held for a year by the winning class in the tennis tournament. This Is a good idea and would cause the whole school to become Interested In the results of the tournament. The school has been enlarged lately by the enrollment of several new scholars. School was dismissed early Tuesday morning for the purpose of allowing the students to see and hear the sena tors of the sub-committee. All were disappointed, however, for although a fleeting glance of them was obtained the arrangement of their programme was such that it gave them no time for speaking. FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS JlRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTII1XO SYRl'P lias locn used for children teethinjr. It soothfs the child, softens the sumr, allays nil pain, euros wind colic, and Is the txst romlv for lJiarrhooa. Twenty-five cents a bottle. If not, we can fit you witth wool, silk or fleece lined "" A large stock to select from. Men's Ladies' Children's and Babies' Headwear, Our Kid Glove Stock is the best in the city Coloml Watterson pays Senator Oor man a high compliment, but labors under the misapprehension that the next president of the United States will be a democrat. Baltimore Ameri can. o "I suffered for months from sore throat. Edectrle Oil cured me In tv.'enty-four hours." M. S. Gist. Hawesville, Ky. The Price is Right. Dr. B. I. Pi ke of Denver,, the oculist will be at the Hotel Adams today only. Those suffering from impaired or de fective vision should call on him. The Special reduced rates for manicuring and hair dressing during carnival week. Mrs. Sherwood Campbell, over4 "The Hub." Op.n for buslne.-s, the Eagle barber shop. Grlgsby, Elliott & Wicgins. Alkire Go 9 and n East Washington Street Telephone 2741 PHOENIX, ARIZONA SZ233E WARM WHW CLOT mm We have Donning of Warmer Garments is now almost an immediate necessity. all that the most fastidious could ask for, to fit all forms and purses. Men's Suits and Overcoats Youths' and Boys" Clothing Ladies' Suits, Skirts and Coats Don't Miss This Wonderful Sale Of ladies' suits, skirts, coats, dressing sacques and khnonas. It's a money saving sale to you. Ladles tailor- f made homespun suits nicely trimmed and well made, sold for $10; special f J m J xf Ladies tailor made suits, all wool, broadcloths and serges; made in the latest style; sold regular at $12.50 to I II $15.00. Sale price V J V Ladies Extra fine tailor made suits, basket cloths and cheviots, silk lined, worth $17.50 to $20.00 S 1 2Q5 Choice of our finest grade ladies tailor made suits. Regular price $23.00 to $30 3 f 6 9 5 Special bargains in dress and walking suits. . At astonishingly low figures. Our stock of men's and boys' clothing, though moving fast, is still too large for the space we have at our disposal. "We'll cut the prices. You reap the benefit. See what the New .York Store can save you on a suit or overcoat. We offer you the largest stock In the city. Better styles and lower prices than you can get elsewhere. Specials For This Week Men's Regular $ 7.00 and $7.50 Suits, Special, $ 4.25 8.00 " 9.00 " " 4.7o 10.00 " 12.00 15.00 1G.00 " 17.50 20.00 " 22.50 a i. t t 7.25 9.25 12.00 16.00 We have a complete line of Misses' and Children's Cloaks and Reefers All styles, all sizes different prices. Woffer special bargains this week. LADIES WAISTS. Silks and flannels; the very newest Importations from the eastern markets, at wonderfully reduced prices. All this week. LADIES DRESSING JACKETS AND KIMONAS. We have the largest, best assorted and cheapest line ever laid out in the city. See them. Blankets and Comforters For the Cold Nights. Our second floor Is loaded with these necessary arti cles. A big variety of qualities and colors. A good cotton blanket at 50c per pair. Prices range up to $20.00 a pair for the best all wool. Comforters at from 75c each to $3.00 each. Our finest grade clothing, as. good as ordered goods. Regular price Is $25.00 to $30.00. Sale price, $13.50. ....$19.50 MILLINERY We are receiving daily new novel ties in hats. In addition to our large stock. Imported this season. If you have tried elsewhere and cannot get suited you will surely get what you want here. OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT Is run on scientific principles; no mistakes; no wajting. All orders receive prompt attention. - Boys' Specials Roys' $2.00 suits. Sale price $1.45 Boys' $2.50 suits, sale price $1.90 Boys' $3.00 suits. Sale price $2.25 Choice of our $3.50, $4.00 and $4.50 suits $2.83 Remember that we give with every boy's suit of $2.00 or higher, ONE GOLF CAP FREE. While buying clothing, your thoughts naturally turn to men's and boys furnishings. We have the latest in ties, collars, shirts, underwear, hose and sweaters. All at special prices this week. E33B sass