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THE ARIZONA KEPUttLIUAIT: MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 15102.
4 Police, Police, Police, EL PASO'S BIG SHOW The Midwinter Carnival to be the Best Ever. Constables and Sheriffs also, Gome To Our Store At Once ! And buy a pair of the famous Tower Double-Lock or Detective Hancuffs, the best made, latest pattern, at special low prices for this month only. We bought a large lot of these standard goods at a bargain, and are giving you the advantage. If you need anything in the revolver, ride, gun or ammunition line, you will find our stock large and complete, and prices right. Mail orders al ways tilled same day received. PINNE-Y (SL ROBINSON The Guns, Bicycles, Cameras Gun Store Typewriters, Sporting Goods EST A BUSH ED 18S7 PfconB 1471 40 North Center Street Phoenix. &fye Sixth Avenue Hotel j&jz? Only Home-Like Hotel in Phoenix Everything New, Neat and Clean Elegantly Furnished Sunny Rooms Table Uusurpassed H. M. CHAPMAN, Prop. &$&4&&3!& &&&&&&& t a- 5-2- INSIST On having your prescriptions filled at McCLURE'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 in the prescription department, Mr. McElree, is also a graduate of the Ada College of Ohio 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 fand 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. We have the largest stock and the best equipped drug store in the southwest. Pay us a visit. Open all night. McClure's Pharmacy. Opposite rotomce. Phoenix, Arizona. rhone 1211. a WILLIAM EVANS, SANITARY PLUMBER. Tin and Galvanized Iron WorK. Stoves Repaired and Set Up. 19 West Adams St. SPECIAL 100 boxes Choice Apples, $1.75. Cape Cod Cranberries. New York Sweet Apple Cider. Corsican Citron. Seeded Raisins. Currants, Walnuts, Almonds, Peanuts. 3 kinds of Molasses, Including open kettle New Orleans. Fresh Ranch Kggs, Creamery Butter. The Best Coffee in the World From now on watch our prices. They are corkers. For verily, verily, mora 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 warm room and quiet night's rest... The Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona. Now that Phoenix has had a week of sport it is not out of place to mention the good things instore for a sister city of the southwest. El Paso, where prep arations are golg n for the biggest celebration ever held there. The Kl Paso Mid-Winter carnival which will be held during the dates of January 12. 17, 1903, is the third suc cessive carnival held in the southwest. More than $20,000 will be expended for the entertainment of those who visit the world's championship miners' rock drilling contest. Two thousand dollars has been given to the roping and tying tournament, of which $1,000 will be giv en as the first prize; $300 for the sec ond. In addition to these two promi nent features, there will be a thousand dollar championship gun shoot. Ther will also be a big civic, military, and 'internal parade, wherein ail organiza tions throughout Texas, Arizona and New Mexico are InvIteC to participate. There will be over a thousand dollars in cash prizes distributed in this par ade alone. The association has contracted for the Gaskill-Mundy Carnival company of thirty big combined shows. Thous ands of incandescent lights and six mile Fearch lights will be used for Il lumination, over $3,000 being appropri ated to the decoration committee for this purpose. Bands of music have been engaged from New Mexico, Texas. Oklahoma and Arizona. Thers will be fifteen free attractions exhibited in the city during the week. Including the wonderful diving hotses. King am' Queen. The usual bull fights and at tractions on Mexican soil will b reacht-C by electric cars from El Paso. The rules of the roping contest are: First Limited to sixty entries. En trance fee, thirty ($30) dollars. Second Steers will be numbered; contestants will draw, and will take steer bearing number corresponding to the number they draw. Steers will be roped as they come. ' Third Contestants will be allowed to have rope in hand, but must loop after the starter's fiarj falls. Fourth The rope must go over head or horns, no foot roping allowed unless head or horns are caught first. Fifth Cattle muFt be securely tied by at least three feet with a tie rope or peal, and remain securely tied by three feet for five minutes. Sixth Each contestant is required to rope when his number is called. No man allowed to rope more than one steer at this contest. Seventh Tim will be taken by threw timers from the time the starter's flag falls to the time the marshal's flag falls which will fall when the steer Is prop erly tied. Contestant will Indicate to marshal when steer Is tied by throw ing up his hands. Eighth A commit tec t'f three cimpu Unt Ju!s-M will be appointed to decide ary controversy should any such arise. Off on our entire Stock of Ladies' Ready Make Suits, Jackets, Capes and Winter Wraps. The Season is very backward and we wish to dispose of our stock while new. Styles Right. AlLgoods marked in plain figures. The Alkire. Co. paying for the presents for his steady than he must begin buying toys for the baby. 9 and n East Washington Street Opvn for businr.-s, the Eagle barber shop. Grigsby, Elliott & Wlcgins. Telephone 2741 PHOENIX, ARIZONA IB WARM Weh ave Donning of Warmer Garments is now almost an immediate necessity. all that the most fastidious could ask for, to fit all forms and purses. . Ladies' Suits, Skirts and Coats Men's Suits and Overcoats Youths' and Boys' Clothing Don't Miss This Wonderful Sale Of ladies' suits, skirts, coats, dressing sacfjues and kimonas. It's a money saving sale to you. Ladies tailor- X "1 II made homespun suits nicely trimmed and well made, sold for $10; special ) vF J Ladies' tailor made suits, all wool, broadcloths and serges; made In the latest style; sold regular at $12.50 to St R 1 1 ( $15.00. Sale price , JJ I Ul JU SI 2 Q1) Ladies Extra fine tailor made suits, basket cloths and cheviots, silk lined, worth $17.50 to $20.00 f Choice of our finest grade ladies tailor made suits. Regular price $23.00 to $30 $16.95 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 8 pa re we have at our disposal. We'll cut the prices. You reap the benefit. See what the New York Store can tave you on a suit or overcoat. -i "We offer you the largest stock in the city. Detter 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.o 10.00 41 12.00 15.00 1G.00 " 17.50 20.00 " 22.50 u i. ti ( (( 7.25 9.25 12 00 16.00 We have a complete line of Misses' and Children's Cloaks and Reefers All ctyles, 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 thern. Blankets and Comforters 4 ps MILLINERY 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 $5.00 each. We are receiving daily new novelties in hats, In addition to our large fitock, 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 waiting. All orders receive prompt attention. Our finest -"grade clothing, as good as ordered goods. Regular price is $25.00 ,.$19.50 to $30.00. Sale price, $19.50. Boys' Specials Roys' $2.C0 suits. Sale price $1.45 Roys' $2.50 suits, sale price. $1.90 Roys' $3.00 suits. Sale price $2.25 Choice of our $3.50, $4.00 and $1.50 suits ' $2.85 Remember that we give with every boy's suit of $2.00 or higher, ONE a GOLF CAP FREE. While buying clothing, jour 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. GS ESS as ESSE