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is the time to buy a Heating Stove. GET READY FOR THE COLD SNAP. ITS COMING. Don't fail to see the line 'of Oil and Wool Heaters AT avidson's Cash Store, Do you want the finest bakcr'yoii ever used. BUY A Moore's Steel Range. 26k different styles from $20 to $67.50 at Of Local Interest THE WEATHER I,ocal daily weather report for the Arizona Republican: Forecast for today: Partly cloudy. Data for 24 hours ending 8 p. m. yesterday: Temperature Departure Departure Binre since 1st ot Month Jan, 1, 1908 MKAN NORMA! ' 64 59 418 34 Maximum temperature, 77 minimum temperature 50. Average relative humidity, 41 p-!r cent. Total precipitation 0. Character of the day: Clear. M. E. 15LYSTOXE, Section Director. Davidson's Gash Store, 1 11 tollS W. Washington St rhonc Red ?.r3. Read With Ease? ! you read with ease and comfort iit ;.!! times? . If so tli is is not for you pass it by. You are fortunate. If. however, your eyes or glasses are troubling you ,in any way, remember we are experts in both eye and eye glass troubles. We examine and fii eyes. Repair frames and duplicate broken lenses. DR. E. MUNS0N, Arizona's Leading Optician. TO Tobacco . Burners. We occasionally wonder whether it is wise for us to go on forfeiting the customary prof it on cigars in order to give I smokers better-than-ordinary ci gars. But when we see our trade creeping up and realize that ci gar trade brings other trade, we feel justified in sticking to thin profits. There are still iriny who can benefit by acquaintance with our. cigar line. GOODMAN'S . PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY, Cor. Washington & Center Sts. Phoenix, A. T. VV. J. MURPHY Real Estate, Insurance, Loans. 102 West Adams Street. A NOTARY .PUBLIC. A notarial commission was issued yeslerday to W. I.. Vinson of this city. -- A RAILROAD VISITOR. J. V. El more was in the city yesterday inter viewing railroad and business men. Mr. Ruinore is traveling passenger agent of the Texas Pacific with-headquarters at I.os Angeles. JUST A COMMON DRUNK. Juan Garcia was before Justice Burnett yes terday charged with drunkeness. He diil not think it worth while to enter va. denial and he was lined $7. H went to jail. QUALIFICATION OF AN OFFICIAL A. J. Peters, lately appointed a mem ber of the Tempa Normal school board to succeed Dr. Charles II. Jones, re signed, yesterday qualified. He be came the secretary of the board. REBEKAH DANCES. The members of the Rebekah lodge of Tempe will ive a danee in their hall on Thanks giving eve .arrangements for it nov being under way. The members of the Phoenix lodge of the fame order will give a ball in O'Neill hall. Phoenix on the night cf December 8. THE LIVENInj OF SOUTH CEN TER STREET. Center street south of Washington has taken on new !i.re since the owning of the M. & P. depot. It was never a particularly dull street, but those who are living on it find that the sidewalks are more ciowded now than they used io be. HOME ON A VISIT. D. G. Wilson, who has been for sometime connected with the local oilice of the International Correspondence school has resigned his position and left last night for Asheville. N. C, where he will visit for a couple of months with hid family. LEFT. LAST NIGHT. C. E. Tay lor,, of Globe, who has bet-n here for several days on court business, left last night for home though he does not expect to go diieet. He will first visj: Bisbee, El Paso, Cananea and Clifton and see what is going on in t'le erppcr world of the southwest: THE BASKET BALL DANCE. The young ladies of the high school basket ball club will have their darce at the Padget hall Saturday instead of Fri dav evening as stated by error hereto fore. The dance Friday evening is by the regular Friday evening social club, given by Messrs. Warner' end Cobb. BURIAL OF MAX GREENBAUM. The funeral of Max Greenbaum, who died at the Sisters' hospitiiil on Wed nesday morning, took place yesterday afternoon according, to the Jewish rites. There was one more than ord irarly sad1 thing- in his death. He came here several weeks ago suffering of a liver trouble of which it was quite certain he could r.ct get well I though his death was not rega.rdisd as imminent. Three weeks ago his broth er, a traveling salesman for tv San Francisco house came nd remained with him un'Jil early Wedmedday morn ing when he was. summoned to San Francisco by an urgent telegram. He left on the train for the north and in less than five hours his brother wa? dead. Max Greenba.um was a former resident of Phoenix, having been in the employ of Goldman & Co., about six years ago. CULTIVATING A NEW FIELD. G. K. Mead, of Sacramento, was in the city yesterday leaving on last night's train for the south. Mr. Mead is rep resenting the California Winery of that city and is visiting Arizona for the first time. His company, he says, has en tered this field for business and is getting it, having had more or less patronage here before through mail orders. This is the company's first effort, however, to work up a trade here though it has agencies in all the eastern and southern cities. It is beginning though, to realize that Arizona is worth looking after in a business way as ar many other California firms., whose present interest is only the first fruits of the publicity being given Arizona in the storage reservoir and railroad building enterprises now so frequently mentioned, not alone in Arizona, but in the newspapers all over the country. Mr. Mead expects to make regular visits hereafter. SPECIAL PENSION EXAMINER. I'. W. Tuekerman, special examiner ot the bureau of pensions, department of Flinch and Panic, , The Two Most Popular Card Games. For Sale by The Phoenix Stationery & News Go. 10-12 W. Washington St. Tel. Main 2U7. e Agency UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS WORK ALWAYS IN SIGHT. Good second hand machines at a bargain. CALL OR WRITE NOW. Uje H. H. McNeil Co. Opposite Court Houae. TYPEWRITERS EXCHANGE. Photala, Arisen. the interior. Is In the city for a few days' stay. Though his real home is in Washington. D. C, his official head quarters are in Los Angeles. His busi ness here is to examine into s"pecial cases that are assigned to him for in vestigation. He has been in the terri tory for sometime on this trip, having recently visited Globe, Bisbee and other southeastern Arizona towns. He was here for several days last January and this Is his third visit since then. One visit was made early in July and he left the evening of the same. morning he arrived, losing no time In absorbing the virtues of Arizona's summer cli mate. When it was suggested that he hardly got his money's worth in &i short a ftay he immediately gave ut terance to a contrary view. He thought that If there was any unevenness in the account he had a slight surplus. PRECAUTION AGAINST A RE CITRRENCE Some extensive im provements were made yesterday in the interior of the club rooms, Now. until there is something dis coered more penetrating than the X- ray or radium, there is no danger that folks from ihe outside will see what is going on within. The janitor bought some heavier blinds yesterday, anu having put them on he re-enforcej them with three thicknesses of blank ets. He is going to paint the window panes black today. A new regulation was also adopted requiring the janitor to have all blinds drawn before the electric lights are turned on find if any member from the outside can detect a ray of light and bring satisfactory proof before the board of governors there shall be deducted from the salary of the janitor for that month the sum of $175. If through his carelessness there should be a repetition of the mishap of Wednesday morning he is to be kill ed and his body concealed in the base ment until the curiosity regarding his disappearance has somewhat abated. A BASEBALL GAME. There will be a baseball game at East lake park Sun day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock between the Glendale team and the True Blues nf this city. The Glendale team does not belong to the National league nor any other nig association but thinks it is of suflicleiit strength to stand on its own individual record. One never rends much about it in the sporting papers, but if there was a sporting paper in Glendale or Buckeye it would command general attention for it has been working at the national game in the rural districts for several months and to good effect. Wliait don't know about base ball is not so much as one might suppose and it is still ylling to learn. The True Blues is a Phoenix aggregation comprised maMIy of Latin Americans and it has held itself to gether very creditably for a couple of years. Like- the Glendale boys they feel confident they can put up a fin.? game and are the more anxious to ihow themselves from the fact that they recently fitted themselves out with new suits that are chock full of baseball microbes. ADVERTISING WITH FLOWERS. In accordance with the announcement previously made the new Fcherii? of advertising I'hoenix in El Pas: through th? free distribution of Phoe nix Mowers, began yeFteulay. Secre tary Van der Veer cf th? brvrd of trade packed four large candy pai'.s with beautiful rtifw brought in by Mrs. William Graf, C. J. Cornell, Mrs. W. E. Thomas and Lou Roach and tcok them t UXe,s cash store where th?y w r-? siE'to El Paso for fre" distribu tion at l.r, McKee's expense.. The man ner of vorking this adveitisement is as follows: Mr. McKee has a store in El Paso e,nd to encourage tra-de he has been buying chrysanthemums wher ever he could get them be?t and giv ing them a.way to each lady that visits his place of business. By subetfitutfng Paoerkix roses he can. accomplish the same result as the roses are worth enough to him to pay the expres?ag? on them. He labels each bouquet given out, "Salt river Valley Toses" so each recipient is sure to know where they came from.. Shipments will be made each Thursday if the Phoenix growers will bring them in and Phoe nix will soon be mad? famous in El Paso as a land of flowers if all are es pretty as those contributed yesterday. TIP-TOP TOP COATS the "Manhattan" and the "Broadway Box," bearing this famous mark pd Jenjamin &(? MAKERS 5& NEW YORK The "Manhattan": cut from olive, tan, and gray- coverts; short, snappy, and stylish. The " Broadway Box": cut 40 inches long from blacks and Oxfords; for more conserva tive dressers. Both have broad, concave shoulders, hand -padded; close-fitting collars, hand-feiled ; unripable pockets. Mo detail that will add to their appearance or serviceability is ever overlook ed by BENJAMIN tailors. Th price Is right Your money back if anything goes wrong. We alone sell them here. THE HUB. Phoenix Arizona. 9 We have lots of them at this season of the year. We have a fine assort ment of new wheels at prices from $30. oq up. These are all fresh stock which has been received in the past thirty days. We handle . ; . . RESCENT. AMBLER. CLEVELAND. E . L. Andrews Bicycles. Sporting Goods. on. PHoto StocK. 9 Concert at opera house, Thursday evening, Nov. 19. undr the "direction of Mr. and Mrs. Cravens for the ben ? ft of the Baptist church. Admi.slon 25c. Reserved seats 2."e extra. . If you want to have a good time don't fail to attend the grand ball to m: given by the Sunshine lodge, Degree of Honor, of the A. O. V". W. at the P id get hall Wednesday evening. Nov. 18th. Mrs. E. M. Moshei has reopened her dressmaking parlors in the Dorris Onera House building. Tailored and evening gowns a specialty. Electric Facial Masasge. Scalp Treat ment, Hair Goods, Latest Modes, Man icuring. Mrs. Aylv.in's Parlors, 11 S. Center Street. THANKSGIVING MARK ET. The ladies of the Trinity Episcopal church will ho'd n Thanksgiving narket, in their Gui'd hall, i;i the rear cf the church, on Second avenue, Wed nesday afternoon. Nov. 25th. . Do not fail to look tss un. For I am sure you vill find just wh.it you want for your Thanksgiving dinner. KNOX, STETSON, NO NAME. These are our three leading brands of hats, which we always carry in stock. For quality and ftyle these makes can hot be surpassed. "The best is the cheapest in the end." The McDougall & Cassou Go. . TIP TOP TOP GOAT Ifiedenjamin&(? MAKERS C-AIEVyoRK Correct Clotlies tor Men 1 THE MOST FETCHING THING BROUGHT OUT THIS YEAR IS THE KNITTED GOLF JACKETS for Ladies and Misses. We have them in a bewildering variety of colors and all styles, viz: Double breasted Vests, new style collarless Jackets, etc. J? 1.50. to $3.00 is all we ask for them. Have never been sold before for less than $5.00, and worth it, too.- Come and see them. ' , STEIN'S SUIT AND CLOAK HOUSE MILLINERY. BEOOND.ANo2A88iHIi,aTON STS TAILORING. For Sale. TM EDIT P 0 11 IrBHLLI pi 1 tog '' ?C I. "THE HUB." It might be just as well to remem ber that fast men are usually eI'jw pay. Chicago News. o , : If yr.u would have lasting fa;n. don't give the world a chance to forget you. Chicago News. Fine 20-acre ranch close in; good Im ptovemcnts; water right in Maricopa canal. 13-acre ranch 6 mill's northeast with good house; fine shade; orange grove; etc. 20-acre ranch, 4 miles out, i all In al falfa, good house, shade, well, etc. Good 60-acre alfalfa ranch within four miles of town at a bargain. Three fine homes on North Center street, five, ten and twenty acres of land with each place. I Good 40-acre alfalfa ranch with water right in Maricopa canal. Fine 80-acre improved ranch with water in Maricopa canal, at a bargain. All kinds of city property fdr sale. Five furnished rooms with bath for rent, two miles N. K. of I'hoenix. I WE HAVE SOME NICE OIL H EATE US There are thousands of chMd ren in school who oi--ht tojiveur glasses: eyes that are naturally weak always bee one worse unii;T tre strain of constant study. We W'll tie glad to examine your children's eyes at any time and n.ike no charge for such servic es. We will tell you in what con edition wo find them and advise you as to the necessity of wear in;? glasses. Consultal ion and E ram in at ten Fr3e. 3EBBER & SWIKERATH, . Arizona's I ceding Opticians. 7 W. Adams St., Phoenix, Ariz. L A. Spaulding 41 West Adams Street Just Arrived! Fresh Family Mackerel, Codfish, v Bloaters, Pickles and Olives. One can Deviled Ham, I 5c One pound Evaporated Apples JOc j Ten pounds Oregon Potatoes, 25c One can American Sardines, 5c 0 bars German Family Soap 25c Pafford'sCash Store 29 South First Avenue. 'Phone Red 555. I SUITABLE FOR Bed Room or Bath Room. 4. 4. I TALBOT . HUBBARD. MWM"M-! W-4M-4.M-tl' ! .l..t..M..M,,i..M..;..i.,t, H..i .? .... -;..t. 4. i. i..t.J. i l .1 OGOOOOGOOQ0O OOOOOOOOOOOOOO O Harry Brisley. C. A. Uriwn. TIT-. A ..4.1, I ,1 A A- X O o 1 UQUOZONBg BRISLEY DRUG CO, g Q In Hotel AdaLms. . q QOOOSOOQOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOO FOR SALE CHEAP. Frame dwelling, G rooms, bath, screen porch, one lot on East Washington St. . Cash price $1250. G40 acres cf land 12 miles west of Phoenix, $G,500. iG SOUTH CENTER STREET. n nnrrm mil n ii 11 11 i inn i i nniiii mini 1 1 GRISW0LD, The Bicvcie Maa Is Arizona agent for the Racycle, the best and easiest riding wheel on earth. Keeps the largest stock of Tires and sundries. Most complete repair shop In the city- Nos. 7 and 9. S. First avenue. Denial Plates From $5,00 to sio.oo Bridge Work S5.00 a Tooth- n Gold Crowns, $5.00. Gold Fillings, $1.50 and up. Silver Fillings, 50c and up. Extracting, 5oc All Work Guaranteed. Consiltation and Examination Free HLgf2K, Irvine Block, Next Door to Donofrio, Up Stairs. i M j! rL E2rvl T3t ,. is'Ev I - M&S. ' 1 CHEAP DIRT. 160 acres sugar beet laud, twelve miles northv ett of Phoenix, r.0 acres in alfalf:-, 100 acres grain land, with 50 inches of water in Grand canal, half original share. Easy terms. A snap. Price $25 an acre. " See me for ranches, houses and city lots for rent or for sale. Terms made to suit purchaser. J. Ernest Walker, Real Estate, Loans, Insurance, 14-16 S. Second Ave, "Where Did Ycu Gst that Steak?" I w, the question that he asked," as ; the -son? goes, even' hefore he had cut or tasted it its appearance was war- it nt of its. flavor and tenderness. H!s wife's answer was cur name. Of course we sell many meats; hut we take just piide in our stakes -sirloin, tenderloin, porterhouse, etc. 'Phone your order, if you like. Main No. 12. P. T. HURLEY, ' 1' W. Washington 8t Tkoat UL N. PORTER, Saddle and Harness Co. 142 East Washington St. For our make of Arizona Styles of Saddles, Bridles, Bits and Spurs. Prompt at tention to mail orders. 1