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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN; SAT1KDAT MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1903.
MORE BARGAINS AT KODAK O f .lVf JUVJdA 8 mini i nnlKY I ! I Hfi wl 1 1 N f- L- & - .o-- n In I 18 Iti fa I m ;. b a H H m mm ik.1 4d IA This Week. Nickel Plated Tea Spoons, lOcSet. Nickel Plated Table Spoons, 20c Set. Remember, there is no brass in these spoons. They are worth double the money and positively will not be sold longer thau one week at these prices. Moores' Steel Ranges From $20 to $67.50. 26 Different Styles. Do you want the quickest,) best, baker'OU ever used? Do you want a fuel saver? Buy the Moore Steel Range Tents, camping outfits, mat tresses, kitchen utensils, all cheap at Davidson's Cash Store Phone Red 303. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. f Nothing is more etn-sideratiou tf..ni noteworthy of your the weifare of your the inie the y art for future use. It children. .now is storing knowledge A of vital importance t'nat the child is i iiit hindere! in study through de-fee- : tive eyes. The tioubie that today is! small and easily remedied, if neglected. :nay set ln-j (Hid simple measures. You j will !e vise and on the safe fide it" ; their eyes give them trouble to have ! them examined. DR. E. MUNSON, Arizona's Leading Optician. 118 West Washington Street, Successor to Dr. Pratt. I Prescription Economy. All prescriptions are here pre pared fiom drugs of known po tency. Such drugs are needed to Insure results and speed re covery. Sickness is expensive enough without increasing ex pense by delaying a cure. Cheap drugs and improper compound ing are dangerous extrava gances. The scientific prescrip tion filling we do would he cheap if our prices were high, which they never are. Quality considered, they are always low. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY, Cor. Washington & Center Sts. Phoenix, A. T. ma VV. J. MURPHY Real Estate. Insurance, Loans. 102 West Adams Street. If you want something nice see the , Christy and Remington Pictures for sale by Phoenix Stationery The & News Co, New Goods Arriving Daily. 10-12 W.Washington St. Interest. THE WEATHER Local Dally Weather Report Arizona Republican. Forecast for today, fair. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: Temperature Departure Departure Binre muce mkan koemal l8t ot Month J- 1903 T2 t-7 4 30 4 Maximum temperature, minimum temperature. 57. Average relative humidity per cent. Total precipitation, 0. Character c.f the day. clear. M. E. PLY STONE. Sec. Director, HARVEST SERVICES. The sfieeia! hTrvest festival" services will be held at the Salvation Army hill tonight. The services will eontinue all day Sun day and will be com -hided on Monday night. FOOTBALL SPECIAL. Tlvyre wi'l be a special train from Phoenix this aftornoon for the football same be tween the Indian .school eleven and the Normal school team over the M. & T The train w iil leave Phoenix at 2 p. m. ROGER WILSON S CONDITION. r.ow Wilson, who has charge of the cigar stand at the Cabinet, was not unite, so well 1 asp night and there are tears that he may not recover from the combined attack ot pneumonia and pluerisy with which he is atllictf-d. M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH. The last sei ices f"r :he coifereu ? year will b-j held at the Central M. K. church, south, on Sundaj. Preaching at il a. m. by Rev. J. W. Rowland of Solomonvilie. Pi the evening ;:t 7:30 the pastor. I Jew TJ. A. Rowland, will preach. KING BE BUYS. William Lossing. bee king of the -"alt Uiver valley, has added to his apiary 230 sta'ids of bees just purchased from Bromell Pros. Mr. Losing states that the bee industry ha -"ii joyed its most prosperous season, the shipments being heavy and the retui is satisfactory. FREE METHODIST CHURCH. The ervke-s at the Free .Methodist church, coiner of Adaifis and Kitth streets. wiM la:- as follows: Sunday school at 10 a. m.. preaching at 11 by the pastor, I. P. Heilm.iii. preaching strain at '. All are welcome. Strangers in the city are ( invited to coMie. THE BIGGEST BABY. The bluest human being ever known in Arizona of parallel age is a girl babe born on Thursday night to Mr. and .Mrs. Man ford CartwMght of the ("artwriht dis trict, rhe babo enjoys the distinction of being the fifteenth grandchild of K. O. Greene and the thirty-fourth grand child of J. i. Cartwright. both of thi valley. BAPTIST CHURCH. Worshiping in O'Neil hall, corner Second avenue and Ath'ins street: Ixwis Ilalsey, pastor. Public worship 11 a. ir... 7:::o p. n. Bible school f:4." a. in.. Junior t'nio.i j 3 n. n... B. v. p. p., rt: CO p. m. It is, exp'-cttil that Rev. George U. itrewer :.! Albmiueniue, N. M.. will preach in the mcrning. In the evening Dr. Hal Key w ill preach a f-pecial sermon. Com pany B. Arizona national guard, will i.e present Mrs. Ernest W. Young v ill sing. A cordial invitation to ail. V. C. T. U. NOTES. The Woman's Ohiistian Temperance union held a very interesting mothers' meeting on Wednesday afternoon. The devotional cxeicises were conducted by Misa Leonard. Mrs. M. A. Thompson, super intendent of this- department, gave an outline ot her work and th? object of : the "Cradl" Roll." To the children tiu j der six years of age whose mothers : vvovid enroll their names was given a ! pretty white enameled pin with a little I gold cradle on it. A large number were I present and mothers gave many help ful suggestions on training children. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Corner of Fifth avenue and Monroe street. Rev. I W. II. Bagby. pustor. Sunday school 'at It. 45 a. m.. C. E. at 6:3l p. m. preach ing at 11 a. ni. and 7:20 p. m. Morning subject. "The Tra'.isligurat ior.": even ing. -Whoso Place Will You Take?" 'Hie evening service will be a special service for the clerks of the city. Rev. Ri&by was largely instrumt ntal in se curing the half-holiday -enjoyed bv some of the clerks during the summer, hence this service. An excellent musi cal programme will be rendered bv thc ehoir, assisted fiy . some of te best talent in the city. There will be roeni arid a welcome for all. BLUFFED OUT. Word tomes from Tucson that the contract of the city with the electric light company has b?en renewed. The old contract was i.hout to expire and the street ra.i!vay company came forward with a propo sition to furnish lights for the city at J3.50 a month each. Under the t on UV.ct the city had bLen paying $10. The street railway company has no clsctricity but th? management in tended if it could get the contract to pv.t in a jilanf and substitute Dial subtle current for mules. The "le trie liii.-ht company met the proposition by Typewriter Repairing. We have added a repair shop to our Typewriter Department which is under the management of Mr. Knight, an ex pert mechanic from New York. If your machine needs repairing or is anyway troubling you telephone Main 12C and we will attend to your wants. We sell, rent, exchange or repair Typewriters. 5fi H. H. McNeil Co. Opposlt Court Houti. Stationers, Printers, Bookbjnderi. Fbo.nlx. Arisen. II ' I ii d b n Bi- UUIVOLN i CVI ffT .U V BL... n H U B H H 13 . El B HH . H clothes Ijeain.g tins fsmous mark . H flr ' U I,"... i i w Fall Styles Wow On Sale. "THE HUB." threatening to put in an electric street car system. There was reason to be lieve that the threat was not an idle one. Therefore. t the meeting of the council on Thursday night the bid of th street car company was with drawn. The city has profiled some what by the contest for it will get its light at. little more than a month. CAT.IE SACK A DENTIST. Chi. k" Fowler, now Dr. Fowler, returned to the city yesterday after an absence of about four years. It was that long ago that he and his brother Henry went to Philadelphia to take a cotrse ir. dentistry at the . University of Penn sylvania They graduated in clue couis? and set up in practice at Newark. N. J.. where they have been doin? very w ell. r PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. First Presbyterian churc h. There wiil be the usual services at the Presbyteriaa church tomorrow. Sunday school at 'J: 13. Preaching by the p:-sior. Dr. Eapslev A. McAfee, at 11 a. m. and 7::!0 p. in.. With special music by a malj quartet. Christian Endea '. or meeting at C:30 p. in., topic. "What the Biole at the Biole ' ( M lesions ) I ;oh. All ai j services. Teaches About Civing leader. Miss Mary J.ihnsofi cordially invi'ed to these RETURN OF GENERAL LEWIS. ! Civneral R. Allyn Lewis returned to the "ity yesterday morning to look after his interests here. He acompanit-d Mr. r! W. C. Creene from New York ard left . . . , . ... . iw. cananea. cienerat i.ewis will r?m:uo. here until in l.i - itiT't m Iimm lie ill relurii east. II.. : 1 1 1 !;.! f - l, ,ir. n been si ending the summ-M in Kurooe and have rei entiy returned. (.leneral ; Iewis is with liie Crene Consolidated ct inpa!-. y .villi hcadouariet s in Xcw York. AFFLUENT PIONEER RETURNS. The cottage of J. M. Jamiso.i was! sold 'yesterday tnrough H. 1. Latham & ".. to ("has. Dof i irg. a wo.nthy bsewer of Vancouver. B. C. Mr. Durin2- and j his family will move into the oitage '. with the inteiition of spending a couple of years here to escape the intense cold ' i of Canadi m w inters. Mr. Deierii.g piv- 1 1 c eded tlie average Phoenix resident to ! i 'its v!-.!iey coining to Pinx-nix fo the i r ' . . ... ... .... . . i i j : ? i t ' 1 1 le .u'liui inrjii; e.i : m ii;u. I x v.as not ai'ii-7.cu at tae growth ot the pla.e for he' lias heard of the town fre-J H fluently since his lirst ii(. but he waj r!ruck wiih its latter-day beaut w H-. co;iipitre: Phovnix favorably with sov th i n c.'alifori.ia and sho.ved hi-' preference by coming hrr to live H also expressed sanguine views t o,i tcrr.ing lh future of thi. r(?giuu. WOULDN'T BELIEVE H IM. Sal vador Al '.uTP.arino. indicted by the t'nit ed States gi.md jury charged wit.i iolation of the Edmunds act. is a fi ea man again.' The jury yesterday after noon was unable to agree on his guilt or imiocence and was discharged. The Ciiited St:ate- attorney's offh'ie, despair In;! of procuring a conviction in these cases, moved to dismiss. The ca-so against Jesus Baldenegro. similarly charged, was also dismissed on the motion of the government. A part of the jury in the Altamarino case raust have believed that he was a liar. In his examination before the commis sioner he admitted the offense and pointed out three of the women wit nesses ag.iiint him as persons who hail assisted him in previous breakingh the law. Then there were eye witness es of his crime. Altamarino was ar rested on account of the particularly fiasant nature of his OiTeice. SPECIAL TO FOOTBALL GAME AT TEMPE SATURDAY VlA'M. & P. Leave Maricopa depot '1 p. nl.. city time. Bound trip. 3rc. Beturniifj im mediately after the game. Electric Facial Masasge. Scalp Treat ment, Hii.r floods. Latest Modes, Man icuring. Mrs. Ayhvin's Parlors, 11 S. Center Street. I'ashionable hair dressing, maniour ing, hair ' goods, toilet articles and shampooing. Mrs. Ef.ie Horsiman. Homes building, rooms 4 and 5.. Have voa ;.ny seise? B 10V; ever t; refully am! o- caiei; i' riot grave reason at i":vt to pic ions. Atchison Clobe. yo.irs.'lf ha vc yon feci s.is- IF YOU Wlf.UA ROYAL STEAK, INVESTIGATE You will discard your wool under wear and in place yoi wiil put on a suit of the Dr. Deimel L:nen-Mes;h. It is clean, it is comfortable; it pi;ts the skin In a healthy condition, so that you do not catch cold with ever change of temperature. It costs no more than good wool. Now is the bet time in the year to make the change. Made for men, women and children. .Sold only by The McDougall & Cassou Co,lr the awaid of merit is conferred on the clothes beaiii.g this f.-.snous mark MAKERS :!:- MVyoRK That mark i:i -.ran.-? merit yet it represents the I j means much more. It labors of painstaking .V.-n salaried custom tabors the scrupulous carol with which the f.;bri;s are examined I and shrunk in the BENJAMIN cstab- j Ishment, the art with which BEN- JAMIN designers create new styles, j the skill with which each garment is i cut to fit ni:d fit perfectly. Men who j know say they are the world's bent in ' ieady-to-wear and that the price is j right. F.ENJAMIN Fall Sails, to . BENJAMIN" 'Manhattan Top" C.ats, $H- to $:;. BENJAMIN "Broadway Box" Top Coats, $10 to Your money wrong. You'll v here else. back if anything goes find them here n-i- THE HUB." r Take Notice. The Renting Season Is On. J J 1 R Our facilities for renting are better this season than ever List Willi Us Anything i You Have to Rent. We nre alreal3' having numerous enquiries for houses, ESPECIALLY FURNISHED HOUSES II. I. LATHAM & CO. Real Es'a'e, Loats, Insurance. .Center St. Phone 2201 STRONG Al! Work Guaranteed. 1 IBS?! Irviiic Black, Next Door fit for a king,-nut to grace the table of a free and independent American. A fair sample of the lucious meats soid by Hurley's, where all that is good, su perior, tender and juicy in beef, lamb, ; mutton, veal and poultry is awaiting voar orders. P. T. HURtEY, W. Washlnrton St. 'Ffeo. 111. 1 44 N infiiHuii'm 'i"3 - - - - ... . lijill ViiX Bicycles. For Sale,. Fine 20-acre ranch close in; good im I i:ovements; water right in Maricopa I canal. j lo-acre rr.nch'G miles northeast with j good house; fine shade; orange grove; j 20-acre ranch, 4 mi'.es out, al; In al I falfa,good house, shade, well, etc. flood CO-acre alfalfa ranch within j four miles of towi at a bargain. I Five-room house, elope in, at a great saciilice to t over arr.c.unt of l.an. i Ciocd hareair.s in ( ity lots. Now i.-i the time to buy. Fine S0-acie improved water in Salt .River canal, ranch with it a liargain if tr 1: n soon. S im? of the best Sl'C.AR BEET BAND in the valley for sale at J'-TlOO and $::o.OO Hi""' lire. Money to Soan E. A. Spaulding 41 West Adams Street N. PORTER, Sac'iile and Harness Go. 142 East Washington St.' as Fcr our make of Arizona ; Styles of Saddles, Bridles, t Bits and Spurs. Prompt at-' tention to mail orders. j TEETH don't iiiwiys g one's mouth, but they ov ;n every can be made strong and lirm by careful treat ment, pie a grow I'nless the teeth ache, peo e apt lo let little cavities into big ones small dental l'ills into large ones natural teeth into false. Have the teeth exam ined regularly and have it done here. It will save you money and pain. BRIDGE WORK $5.00 a Tooth. r V i 1 r1 n in . -.i 1. .ri.i 1 l 11 r.i Consultation and Examination Free. to Donofrio, Lip Stairs. GRISW0LD, Ihe Bicvcle Ma. Is Arizona agent for the Racycle, the best and easiest riding wheel on earth. Keeps the largest stock of Tires ana j sundries. Most complete repair shop ln the city. Nos. 7 and 9. S. First avenue. ! WELL Can find just what they need in our new &tock of Suits, Skirts, -Waists, etc. We are the original and only Ladies' Tailors in Phoenix, and are prepared to do work that is not excelled anywhere. Come in and look at the new things and let us quote prices. STEIN'S SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE MILLINERY. 8EOONI.Aio288ifINaTON 8?8' TAILORING. - A complete line, including everything necessary in taking and finishing pictures. All Kodaks, Films and Papers sold at New York prices. The Only Complete Stock in Arizona. IL. L. ANDREWS . SON.. Sporting Goods. Photo StocK. COLD Weather is coming. Better get a HEATING STOVE Now, and have it set up before we get too busy. TALBOT a HUBBARD. y Harry Brisley. i m v aiv iab nutuviuu xgcxito iui -v LIQUOZONE I i BRISLEY In Hotel 4 wswt To Buy One Full Share of 16 SOUTH CENTER STREET. 3 tfi Ten inches of Water in Be Sold J. Ernest WalKer, Real Estate, Loans, Insurance, 14-16 S. Second Ave. f Many People sk why it is we can sell so much cheaper than the other stores in tow n. H . It is b M po:ise. because we have f uvh a small cv- i Iiense, small house rent ar.d no large amount of help to pay. Thai's why w car. sell yois goods at the right pri e. ! 15 lb. Oranalatcd Sugar' $1.00 j 2 lb New Evaporated Apples 25c I 2 lb New Dried Apricots 25c 1 gal. Pure N. O. Molasses 90c 1 gal. $1.50 Maple Syrup $1.25 ins Corned Peef 25 Don't miss this one week. only. 1 th of oar $1.00 per th Teas tor , 75c 1 M) "r;-ckers. the best you can buy: once tried ahvavs used. 10c Fresh lot of Tickles and Olives. Paff ord's Gash Store 29 South First Avenue. 'Phone Red 555. DRESSED S3G3 ci A. Lirton. DRUG Adams. CO. Stock in the Grand Canal. TT. Stiagpawrcsn Maricopa Canal. Must at Once. "Just as Easy" COPYRIGHT. to cook over gas as over ccal or kero senemuch easier in fact. Put you ought to think, too. of the freedom from dust and ashes, the immediate produetion of heat, the saving of tem per of wife, cook or housekeepers. No delayed breakfasts when you use gas. Ask us all about it. Phoenix Light & Fuel Co., Cor. 1st Ave. and Jefferson. Tel. IteU S3PBS 3 EADIES 1