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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1902.
Womeq of Arizona Do you want Something Choice in the Way of r3 Something Styli&H We have just received a line of lUdeway's old blue willow ware, dec ,,raii"n over 100 years old. just im ported from Kngland. 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 putation of Havlin China in open stuck: one piece or 100 pieces and al ways match. In plain, white or decor :itd. In the star shape Havlin's lat . pt and most beautiful pattern. Call . nd see our line of China. We won't -rt mad if you don't buy, and we think . very woman enjoys looking at nice dishes. Watch for our fancy lamp sale. They Ml'ST GO, and at surprising prices. DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE Phoenix, Arizona 114 and IIS West Washington St. Tl-1. l!3f. 3 rings. Mail orders promptly filled. We "deal" In nothing but the best. We "deal" in the very finest lenses. We "deal" in the very best frames. We "deal" fairly by all. We "deal" the same with one as with another. We "deal" with you at the first so you will "deal" with us to the lust. vAl2IZONA5' 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 l.oorer sort. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington & Center Sts THE CLUB STABLES One block north ef Hotel A4&m on North Center Btreet. Nofcby turaouta. Safe and apeed? etecX. W. L. GE0RGC, Proprietor. S. L. EASTERLiNG j UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER g 44-46 . Adams St. Tel. 291 A Lady Attendant n M ss m M m i I ii I i i 111 1 I New Pictures, New Frames, New Mouldings Just received by tHe Phoenix Stationery and News Go, We have also just received a new ovnl mat cutter, and are now prepared to cut oval and circular mats or glass ? in any size. If you have a picture that needs an oval frame, or mat, come and let us frame It up for you. io and 12 West Washington Street. VI the 1 Own. THE WEATHER Local Dally Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: News of Temperature Departure Der"are 8lne iil lit of Month Jn.l, 'S02 klil MOkMAL 48 66 8 4414 Maximum temperature, 59; minimum temperature, 37. Average relative humidity, 78 per cent. Total precipitation. 0. Character of the day Clear. M. K. BLYSTONE, Section Director CHURCH THANKSGIVING. First Church of Christ, Scientist, will hold Thanksgiving services Thursday morn ing at 10:15. Solo by Mrs. Harry Heap; music under the direction of Mrs. Defty. Everybody welcome. FUNERAL OF DR. PHELPS. The funeral of Dr. Harlow J. Phelps will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the family residence on North Second ave nue. Rev. Lapsley A. McAfee will con duct the service and interment will be made here. VISITING JOURNALIST. Harry J. Newton of Colorado Springs was a visitor in Phoenix yesterday. He is managing editor of the Daily Mining Record, the only mining paper in the world that is issued daily. He is a talented news-paper man and a genial gentleman. A TEMPE DANCE, Silver Star Re bekah Lodge of Tempe will give a grand masquerade ball tonight in the Odd Fellows hall in that town. The dancers will unmask at 9 o'clock. The occasion is to bo one of the big social events of the winter in Tempe. and a number of Phoenix people will drive over. WAS DISCHARGED. L. J. Rice, who was arrested on the charge of flooding the highway, was given a I. earing yesterday by Judge Gray and discharged. Mr. Rice proved that as soon as he was informed that the water was flcodfng the road he sent a man to look after it, and further showed to the satisfaction of the court that the (situation as it existed was not the re sult of desi;n or a willful flooding if thehighways. GOING TO STANFORD. R. C. Stanford will leave Thursday afternoon for Stanford university, California, where he expects to take a full law course. Mr. Stanford is not a relative of the founder of the university though he thinks it Is a pretty good name and a pretty good school. Mr. Stanford's many friends here will wish him good luck as he Is a very exemplary young man and has proved h!s wui thir ess by campaigning in the Philippines for the honor of the flag. He was recently ap pointed sergeant major of the militia by Colonel Md'lir.tcck. a position he will probably have to resign by reason of going away. THE TOMBSTONE WARRANTS. The loan commission was busy yester day with the question of funding the Tombstone warrants. The city of Tombstone was represented at the hearing by Judge Reilly, th city attor ney, and. the holders of the warrants by Judge Street. It is claimed by Judge Reilly thnt the warrsnts are in valid by reason cf the legal in ability of the council which issuec them to do fo. The opposite view of the powers of the council was taken by Judge Street. The positions cf both sides rest upon facts which the com mission decided to have submitted be fore taking any final action in the mat ter. INDIANA VETERANS. A teK'gram sent out from Kokomo, Ind., on tlu 21st of November shows the kind of material the Indiana veterans of the civil war are made of. Constable D. P. Kyle took great pleasure in reading it for the reason that the proud fathei served in the civil war in the same company he did. The telegram reads as follows: "Today the stork visited the home of Captain Milton Gurrigus, a veteran of the civil war, aged 72 years, and left a fine baby daughter. The father is past commander of the In diana G. A. R.. and a year ago married Miss Marie Thomas, aged 20. The in fant has half sisters more than fifty years old and it is aunt to several grown members of the family." THE M. H. McNEILL CO. WHOLESALE. RETAIL. ail it. Lm;i,...ill'.i...,.iilrnff B STEIN WAY ! ....PIANOS - If the Stcinnny Piano cos at the factory a third to a half more thau any of the oilier lilf dozen high grade piancR claiming to be in the Mel n way class, what xhuuld you pay for thi next best piano, when you can buy a Steinway Upright for $575 or a Steinway Grand for $850? And the difference in price is net for name anil reputation, ai many . dealers wouM have you believe, but for actual time, labor aud material. GEO .J. BIRKEL & CO. Sole agents for Steinway IVxnos in Southern California anl Arizona. (Joriespondeiice solicited. 345-347 S. Spring St. LOS ANGILES. Branch Store at San Diego. MR. PORTKR'S TRIP. General Su perintendent Porter of the Maricopa & Phoenix railroad left lavt night for Kansas City on private business. He will be pone about a week. ILLNESS OF MRS. LATH AM. Mrs. H. 1. Latham, who has been in 111 health for some time, became suddenly worse last Sunday morning and now her condition is regarded as most seri ous. A SHORT VISIT. Captain Ceorg Wilcox of Tombstone, ariived her--Monday morning and will stay till V,i dnesday evening. He is clerk of c urt at Tombstone and is enjoying his visit with former rough rider com rades. IT RAIXKU SOMK. George Hamlin, who came in from the Relief mine Mon day says on his last trip out he left here Thursday at 9 o'clock and it t-xk hiin till Friday r.uun to cover the eigh Uen miles. The mud was so deep he hHd to stop every hundred yards t let the mules rest. C.EORGK STKLZIunm: DEAD. George Stelzriede died last night in Tempe at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Stelzrlcde. He has oeen ill in Mexico f jr two or three weeks and came up from there a few days ago. He was 28 years old and has lived in this valley the greater part of his l'fe. NEW CORPORATIONS. At tides of t'.vj following corporations were filed !:t the office of the c ounty recordjr yester day: The Development company, capi tal stock $30,000, incorporators W. I:. Munson, S. P. Ancker and H. Brooki tf Dennlson, Tvx.: The Wlsconsin-Ari-eona - Mining and Development coir t any, capital stoc k $3.00O,iKhi, incorpor ators O. A. Pease, J. Rogers and A. P. Leasing. Mining and Milling company, capital stock 173.000, incorporators IT. Iiurnbridge. F. Pettis and N. E. See of Cripple Creek, Col.; Republic Manufac turing and Vending Machine company, capital stcck S'.i'O.Oofl, incorporators A. E. Stevens, W. Dyer and R. H. Kelly of Chicago: Rlack Hills Syndicate, cap It el stock Sl.'O.OOO, incorporators E. O. Potter, L. C. Twombly and A. E. John son. EXPENSIVE RECREATION. John 3troeh!e. Lew Jones. Frank Burgess ind Totii Treadwell returned yestf r 'ay morning from a visit to Agu.i Cali- nte Hot springs. They did not have luite money enough to carry them through. That fact is proved by docu mentary evidence conspicuously post ed in Rob Doll's saloon. The first ex hibit is an advertisement for a ranch -.and who understands irrigating. The idvertiseinent wan answered by Mr. troehle in a telegram from Agua 'aliente and who at the sanr? time made an application fur 5:5 to enable him to come and accept h position. The ne:;t exhibit is a reg- 'tered letter receipt signed by Mr. -trohle wha-with his companions ar rived in Phoenix by the return train. The party will save its wages up for enother outing next fall. 1 Good tamales, any numner, for par ties or families or served IT S. 1st Ave. For Rent. Two elegant office rooms in 2d story Nicholson building. Apply to Nicholson, the tailor, or to N. A. Morford, room f.. same building. Silk-Lined Gloves The linings in our H. & P. Silk Lined Gloves are made from the best silk, and cost about twice as much a& the ordinary kind. The silk is shrunk before being applied to the gloves, not afterwards. Where the shrinking occurs after the gloves are worn, n mis-shapen, ill-fitting glove ia the result. These gloves are dressv, warm, com fortable, perfect-fitting, and easy to get on and off. Our line includes all the popular shades and sizes. McDOUlMLL & CASS0U ii ; i n. & p. siu THE HUB ''j' stumes UO: For Everybody THE HUB A Sure A SI0,000 Property for Sale at 53,000 if Taken at Once. This is the greatest Real Es tate bargain we have ever been able to offer. If you are In the mark-t, investigate. We have it complete list of everything for sale in City anil ranch property. Strangers In the city will find listed in our Renting Depart ment every desirable furnlsh'-d and unfurnished house for rent in Phoenix. WEIRICK AMD LATHAM. 44 N. Center St. Phone 2201. Investment and Loan Brokers and Fire Insurance Agents. Yniir rinrinr 1 Always Feels Safe When he knows that you have your prescriptions put up at our drus store. Competent registered phar macists, with years of ex perience, surely means a good deal to a sick person when in need of medicine. ELVEY & HULETT The Live Trcggists 5 and 7 East Washington St. I Now is the time To make your Xmas fruit cake. We have just received a freah lot of nuts and fruit. 1 lb. pkg. seeded raisins (Eagle Erand) l."c 1 lb. pkg currants lie 1 lb. Thompson's seedless raisins. . .Ijc 1 lb. citron 25c 2 lbs. English walnuts 35c 1 lb. almonds ...15c 4 lbs. new prunes 2.rc 2 lbs. new codfish ""c 1 cjl. California olives 3.".c 1 qt. nice pickles 2')c Pafford's Cash Store 23 South Firit Avenue. 'Phone 2555. ...A $50 E. 3L. ANDREWS KODAKS SPORTING GOODS Real Estate Investments FOR SALE. SO 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 street 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 RuncK Property For Sale. E. A. Spauldifl; 41 West Adams Street Opposite Postofflce WIDE AWAKE i:i;:t buyers in Fh ei:ix waste no tim" in looking for the right place to do th.ir marketing th-'-y knew all about it already. If you'ie a newcomer in town, you r-dn't look, either come and see us. P. T. Hurley 17 West Washington St PHONE X. J.'I. Handsomest Hats Made Are always found at AT That's Plank, fiie Hatter, . 106-108 W. Washiflglon St. Phoenix, Ariz. Our Siolaltv, Mull Order, f RUf, POLIIKY 1". O. Box U)5 rVSITANl VEGETABLE CO. GROWERS AND SHIPPERS Cor. 4th and E.Washington Sts. PflOenil, AriZ0R3 . 4 I I S)0G0000G00G000GG00Q0C0000000GG900C0O O O e o o o o o o o o SPECIAL SALE ON One of One Lot Waists, worth SI.50, will sell Eiderdown Dressing Sacks and Robes in large variety and many styles. ( Ae seed help i kl! our d-par"ln-.ents.; STEIN'S SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE MILLINERY. EECCNr.Sa"GTCN STS- TAILORING. OOOOOOOO OOOOOGOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOGOOGOGGCOO WHEEL FOR $30. Owini; to nn overstock at ill- factory, we were aid.- to rrc-t a stork of C'r.s cnt R;u, rs at a very low figure. This is the finest chain wheel ever nade l.y th t'is-.!.t fitotory and the catalccue pri"e Is J7. W hile the present stock lasts, we vill sell them at ' and at that price, they are the li;.'.'st bargain ever offered in I hoer.ix. AN'lun these are vow we vil 1 l.e unable to ire-t any morOi We Have Some Nice 11 Heaters o Suitable for bed room, bath room or quick heat night and morning. TALBOT HARRY URISLEY. Protect yourself from cold by wearing a Chest Protector. We hai-e a full line from 50 cents up. And do not for get that our prescription department is in c harge of competent men and th? best of chemicals and drugs are used. Biing your prescrirtions to us and we will see that they are put up right. THE BRISLEY DRUG CO. OPEN ALL NIGHT 7M 0 E. J. BENNITT, Rca! Estate, Loans, Insurance and Investments. Successor to J. W. Evans, ard the Evans Loan and Investment Co. ... List Your Property for Sale Before the Season Opens. IG NORTH CENTER STRtrT. IIS M0K1I1 LtMIR STREET Mohti S Undertakers MRS. 14. S. D41S0M. ladv Attendant In selecting 3'our Christmas presents, look over otir stock. It may interest you. Oar lines are complete and the as sortment the largest. BALKE'S Opp. Postonice. WOOLEN the Grandest Assortments. at $1.00 BICYCLES (SL HUBBARD. C. A. LARSON. -HOTEL ADAMS THANKSGIVING IS COMINC and you want to be in the proper frame of mind to enjoy your turkey. Have your old v.he-l repalrc-d, c trade it in on a new one. We also re pair guns and typewriters. We will sell you a gun or rent you one. We k - ep the be.-t brands of ammun ition. E. M. DEPEVV OICO. 37 N, First Ave., Telephone 1595. TELEPHONE 79l77 Dorris and Embalmers We have r. fine saddle maker, expert carriage trimmer and harness makers employed. Trompt attention paid to mail orders. N. PORTER SADDLE , HARNESS CO. 142 East Washington O 0 o o o o a o 0 WAISTS One Lot Waists, worth SI. 75, nil! sell at $1.25