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Santa Claus' HEADQUARTERS FOR CHRISTMAS News of the Town Christmas Gifts for Boys Given Away PING PONG Kodaks Developing Machines Albums Foot Balls Punching Bags Tennis Rackets Golf Balls Ping' Pong Sets Talking Machines Bicycles Navajo Blankets at Reduced Prices THE WEATHER tmxw.y. hum imnnuminPW' .H"w Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. j, TABLET TENNJS Open every night until after Christmas. Forecast for to-day: Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yes terday: 1 1 j i E. JL. ANDREWS & SON. THE AttlZOHA REI'UBLIOAN: SilTUAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20. J 002 HUB Temperature Departure Deiwnre Since lit. i lit ol Month Jaa. 1, 902 Ml AH ItOBMAl GO 52 31 41,2 Wonderful Assortment. Prices to suit the poor. KODAKS SPORTING GOODS BICYCLES I i .ii , T- J-- Presents for the wife. Presents for re presents for ma. Presents for baby. Presents for brother Ben. Presents for sister Sue. Presents for aunt Sarah. Presents for uncle Joe. Presents for Grandma. Presents for Grandpa Presents for cousin Sallie. Presents for the rich. Presents for the poor. Little dools, big dolls. Long dolls, short dolls. A thousand useful and presents at beautiful DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE Phoenix, Arizona 114 and IIS West Washington St. See for Yourself If you don't see. don't buy. A prai thai demonstration oZ what iiur glasses will do, may be had by a trial. There are ether good opticians, but why take chane.-s when we charge only for the glasses, nothing for the cer tainty. Kyes supplied with every need, "Work is fully guaranteed; Prices right, but never high. See and try you'i e sure to buy. Useful Gifts It is wise to give gifts of every day usefulness. Shows good judgment and pleases the re cipient. Our sundry line is full of such gifts and we shall make special price inducements to holiday buyers. Traveling Sets, Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Shaving Sets, Perfumes, etc. New stock of these goods and we can make it worth while to come here for them. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Cor. Washington & Center Sts THE CLUB STABLES One block north ct Eotel Adam on North Center Street. Nobby tmrmomti. Safe and apeedy atcX. W. L. GEORGE, Proprietor. S. L. EASTERLING UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 44-46 . Adams St. Tel. 291 A Lady Attendant C.'ln read !V,V -iPB,r J f- -(This pnntmgif(tMyUT J M El I 3 We Will be Open Every evening until Christinas to show our immense stock cf HOLIDAY GOODS We aii- overstocked in some lines and are giving P.IG DISCOUNTS f;jr rash. Call and see us and save money on your Christmas purchases and be suited ;it '.lie same time, as we have the most complete stock in the city. Phoenix Stationery and News Go. io and 12 West Washington Street. TELEPHONE 2'JTl. Maximum temperature, -57; minimum temperature, 42. Average relative humidity, 77 per cent. Ttotal precipitation, 0. Character of the day Clear. M. E. BL.YSTONE. Section Director CATTLE FOR BISBEE. J. G. llain mells of Glendale, shipped two carloads of cattle to Bisbee on last night's M. & P. train. A BUSINESS CHANGE. There has been a partial change In the owner ship of the livery business of Ambrose & Richardson on West Washington street. Mr. Richardson has traded his interest In It to Walter L. Norris for his dairy business. PERPETUAL MOTION Harry Bar lett, a Tucson man, is the latest inven tor of a perpetual motion machine guaranteed to work. It is an automatic deck that winds itself every ten sec onds and ca:i he applied to the opera tion of any machinery. Mr. Barrett is to ba congratulated, perhaps. A SURGICAL OPERATION. Dr. Frank Shu ley was called to the ostrich farm yesterday to remove a corn from the great toe of one of the ostriches The huge bird was put under the In fluence of chloroform. The anesthetic was administered not so much for fn purpose of saving the great bird pain as to prevent a sudden pain fro:n com ing to Dr. Shirley. NEW CORPORATIONS. Articles of the following corporations were filed in the office of the county recorder yes terday: South Western Oil and Refin ing company, capital stock ?2.000,000, incorporators J. M. Dye and F. Bussing of Los Angeles; Clinton Zinc and Lear, company capital stock J175.000, incor porators R. F. Hunter. E. Orris nml s D. Getg of Bellfonte. Pa.; Republic Zinc and Lead company capital stock $300,000, incorporators the same. DISTRICT COURT. The time of the district court was taken up yesterday f jr the m-jst part by the case of Hiclf ey vs. Wood, a contention over some cattle. In the case of Hi key vs. Ilick ey an application for an order t' show cause why an order of the court giving the custody of a minor child to Mrs. Louise G. Tuttle -should not be set asile was dismissed. The child is now In Onrifornia in the ke-ptng of her grandmother. The case of George Blount against the Arizona Building association wns dismissed on th mo tion of the plaintiff. COMING TO THE TOURN AM ENT. Ed Kirkland came down yesterday fmm Kirkland valley. Great interest he says is being taken there in the cowboy tournament to be held here next week. A half dozen cowboys of Hint sec tion will be here to witness the sports and two of the cracks will take part in them, Joe Rury and Hort Jack son. Kirkland valley has been assure-! of a good summer and a profitable cat tle season. There have been abundant rains there the same as in every part of the territory and the snow hang.i on the mountains like a white fringe around the valley. None has fallen in the valley so far. COUNTRY CLUB BALL. The an nual ball of the Country ciuij took place last night in the dining rooms o: the Hotel Adams. This is always the leading social event of the season in Pluonix. The annual festivity was never more brilliant than it was la night. The walls of the dining room were hung with Hags and the pillars were wrapped in the national colors. There were no othr prominent Itera tions. The attendance embraced ;t con- :THE: H. H. McNeil Co. 25 Per Cent DISCOUNT Sale Has Been A Great Success S MORE CLERKS Z Have been secured to help out V during this sale, and no one will . be turned away hereafter as has been the case for the past few : days Come early and bring along the CASH. : With every purchase of $3.00 or more, in our children's clothing depart ment, we give FREE OF CHARGE a complete set of "Table Tennis" These sets are as complete and perfect as those usually sold at $3 to $3.50. - Smoking Jackets Bath Robes Lounging Robes M J siderable part of the membership it the club and many invited gu-sts. j EPWORTH LEAGUE MEETING. i The" annual busimss meeting foi- the tlettion of ofiiieis tor the enduing ; year of the Kpworth League of the First M. E. church will be h' 1 1 in t'.vi church parlors this evenirig. All are cordially invited and the members es pecially limed t be iiresel.t. ' POLICE COURT. A Mexican named Garcia was tried yesterday In police court on the charge of drunkenness and disorderly conduct and given .i live clay sentence. Joe Lits is the narre of a sixteen year old boy who was a'.so arrested, the charge being vagrancy. He intimated that he wculd move on out of the corporate limits within sixty minutes and was given :n opportunity to do so. CONTRACTOR COLEM A N. Mr. R. R. Coleman of l'rescott, arrived in the city yesterday. Mr. Coleman has se cured the oontrrv't for building til-; railroad from Cochise to Naoo, in whicn Col. Epes Randolph and W. C. Gr.-ene are interested. Mr. Coleman first be came known to th-"' citizens of Phcenlv by his prominent connection wilh tii" construction of ihe Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix railroad. j INDIAN SERVICE FIELD. MA-j TRON. The United States civii service commission announces thai an exam;- I nation will be h-M for th" position of . field mation in thf Indian service. Th; age limit is twenty years or over. From the eligibles resulting from this c x- I animation one will be probably chosen for the position of fi"ld matron at tii Navajo agency at a salary of S.IO a' month. Those who desire to ccmpe;-- i in this examination may apply either j to the United States civil service com- j mission at Washington. D. C, or to th? sec retary of the local board ;.t the post office. Application should be madj be- 1 fore the hour of losing business on January 17. ! A RAPID TRAVELER. Dr. J. C. ' oi ton. territorial vetei inarian, is rapid traveler. He came in from the south on a special returning stock train about midnicht Thursday, alter a ten days' trip to Yuma and from there ea.'t to within six miles of the New Mexican line and south to the boundary of oM Mexico. Among other points visited were Naoo anil Douglas and San Ber naidino ranch. He says the Greene Cattle company a few days ago shipvet two train loads of rattle t6 California. There have been recent heavy Knows and rains in the grazing districts or the south and cattle are looking we'i with fine prospects for the future. Many stockmen on both sides of t;ie line are anxious to learn when te United Stati s federal authorities win lift the quarantine against cattle from the eastern portion of Sonora which has been in force since February 1st. Sine; November 1st cattle below the quaran tine line in the United States have been passed above the line on Inspec tion. o : You cannot get commercial candies that are so nice and rich as ours for we make them expressly for the retail trade. Hann.'i & Munson. ' Now is the time to buy get the pick of the best things. Don't put it off un til the list day, when there is a rush and a jam you fail to get what you want, and you are not properly wait ed upon. Wc arc showing a lot o" things suitable for presents. McDougall and Cassou 32 W. Washington GIFTS FOR MEN ' 5 tb $10 3 to $7 5 to $10 ! Choice I Temptations $1,130 buys a four-room fur nished brick cottage with new bath and toilet, near electric line and in one of the nicest resi dence parts of I'hoenlx. The ow ne r needs money badly. ?li5 per year rents a "0-acre ranch 2 miles N. 'W. of Phoenix; sma-11 house and other improve ments and best soil in the val ley. Two residence lots in Ben nett Place Addition for sale at a sacrifice: well located on the corner of Third ave. and Olive street. Ye have a party who will build a store room, with con veniences t i suit occupant, on Adams St., between the post oilier and 'ooaid of trade rooms, if de.irai.-e lease can' be ob tained. Strangers and others always welcome to our list of most de sirable furnished and unfur nished houses and housekeeping suites fer rent: also information n garditig board. Money loaned on good real estate security. WEIRICK LATHAM. Phone 2201. 44 North Center St. If you desire a gooc'' complexion use Moki Tea. a pure herb drink. It acts on the liver and makes the skin smooth and clear. Cures sick headache. 23cts. and 50 cts. Money refunded if it does not satisfy you. Write to V er & Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. T. son Pharmacy. H. F. Hook-Hud- COL'C.HINC. SPELL CAUSED DEATH "Harry Duckwell, aged 23 years, choked to death early yesterday morn ing at his home, in the presence of his wie and child. He contracted a slight cold a few clays ago and paid but little attention to it. Yesterday morning he was seized with a fit of coughing which continued for some time. His wife sent for a physician but before he could ar rive, another coughing spe.Il came cn and Duckwell died from suffocation. St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Dec. 1, 1901." liailard's Horehound Syrup would have saved him. 2r.c. GOc and J1.00 at Elvey & Ilulett, druggists. , Mrs. Aylwin's h.v.ruressing and mani curing parlors, 11 South Center, Cotton block. ' CHRISTMAS SALE of pictures at Miss Trowbridge's Studio, 401 Fleming block every morning from It to 12. WE STILL GIVE THEM AWAY We have' made a contract with the leading portrait house in America to furnish us wilh life size portraits in crayon, sepia or water colors, which we give you FREE, (let one of our curds ami have your picture enlarged. We Are Selling 3 lbs pure loaf lard 45 5 fbs pure leaT lard 75 1') lbs pine leaf lard $1.43 2 cans corned beef 25 2 cans good salmon 25 1 can American sardines 05 1 ran large mustard sardines 10 1 Ts now prunes 25 il)B bc- t e :i ;ora tod apples 25 ,r:t s rolio l oats 25 1 doz. lemons 15 1 thr.. oranges 15 1 !b seedless raisins 12'i 1 lb citron 25 Pafford's Gash Store 29 South First Avenue. 'Phcne 25 i5. Real Estate .CO.. Investments FOR SALE. 80 acres of the best land under the Buckeyt 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. Fine 10 Acre Orarge Grove in B ar- ing and Two Fine Navel Orange Grovf8 Just Ccming Into Bearing all Splendid Bargains. E. A. Spaulding 41 West Adams Street Opposite Postofficc WIDE AWAKE'4 Ment buyers in Phoenix waste no tune in looking for the right place to do their marketing they know all alout j it already. If you're a newcomer in town, you needn't look, cither come j and see us. ' P. T. Hurley 17 West Washington St PHONE NO. 121. The Largest Stock In Arizona. Puggiep. Surries. Spring Wagons, De livery Wagons. Farm Wagons, Disc Harrows. Disc Plows, Walking Plows, all kinds of harness. When your buggy needs oiling try the Huston Coach Oil. Clark-Pratt Vehicle Co. fkm boston jlii' g JtTnTTiiiriT"'' yS STANDflPCOILCe OOOOOOOCOOOOOOODG0GeQQOeOOOOO OOOOOOOOOO o o D O O o o o o o o o o FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Our Dressing Sacks and Robes will make admirable Christmas presents. We arc going to sell all we have at prices -that you cannot afford to buy the material and make them yourself. $2.7") and $o.00 Dressing Sacks wc will sell at $1.75. Silk Skirts and Waists we will also sell at greatly reduced prices. All our stock, including Mil linery, will be offered to the holiday trade at liberal reductions. STEIN'S SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE MILLINERY. SEOOND AND WASHIHGTON STS. TAILORING. O q riikuinitx A ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo We Have Some Nice Oil Heaters Suitable for bed room, bath room or quick heat night and morning. TALBOT (SL HUBBARD. IIARIIY BRISLEY. C. A. LARSON. Trotect yourself from cold by wearing a Chest Protector. We have a full line from Z0 cents up. And do not for get that our prescription department is in charge of competent men and the best of chemicals and drugs are used. Bring your prescriptions to us and w e will see that they are put up right. THE BRISLEY DRUG CO. OPEN ALL NIGHT 4 F I RFWiMITT A Real Estate, Loans, Insurance and Investnients. Successor ta J. W. Evans, and the Evans Loan and Investment Co. ... ;.' IXt'IIKS OF SALT RIVER WATER FOR RENT. NEARLY NEW SFRRY A ND HARNESS FOR SALE. 16 NORTH CENTER STREET. 1 118 NORTH CENTER STREET iVloHri & Undertakers lady Attendant Sea Food! , AT COFFEE AL'S .RESTAURANT. TODAY. Shell Oysters Crabs Crabs Crabs Lobsters Lobsters Striped Bass Salmon 'Phone 2231. HOTEL ADAM5 A Careless Rider I'sually meets with frequent accidents, the most cautious sometimes docs. For c ither we are in position to make good, liis whee l, in the shortest possible time, in the best possible manner, at the lo-.ve.-t possible price consistent with material and workmanship. Agent for Smith Premier Typewriter. Mechani cal inspector for National Cash Regis ter. E. M. DE-PEW (EL CO. 11 8. First Ave., Telephone 1535. 9 TELEPHONE 79lfi Dorris and Embalmcrs w jLJt-JJHtUg We have a fine saddle maker, expert I carriage trimmer and harness makers employed. Prompt attention paid to mail orders. N. PORTER SADDLE (& HARNESS ! . CO. 142 East Washington o o O O Q O -w i.