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THE A1UZOXA KEPUBLICAX, SATUIJDAY MOIiNINfi, DECEMISHK v 1 2, 100..
DUO Just Received. Game Boards, Archarena, Crokinole, etc. Statuary, Indian Busts, Pip'i Racks, something new and fine, Policemen Hooli gan, Hans the Brewer etc. Lowney's, Allegretti and Gunther's Chocolates and Bon-Bons. A lot of very late New Books. Toys, Dolls and every thing imaginable in the Hol iday line. Miie Berryhill Company's Big Book Store. Corner First and Washington Sts. WASH AR! F .WAISTCOATS I that wash well, wear well, and II m look well bear this famous ra e mark MAKERS v,? NEW YORK Duck, crash, Madras, English and French wash cloths, .siiks, flannels; with or without col-S lar. Fabrics cold-water-shrunk in the BENJAMIN plant; styles from fashion-experts ; perfects lit, because cut for your fi eure : custom -tailoring, because inB BENJAMIN clean workrooms by salaried specialists not in contractors filthy sweat-shops by careless piece-workers. BENJAMIN Waistcoats cost no more than ordinary ready-made. Your money back if anything goes wrong. You'll find them at this storeno other. - I THE HUB. L Phoenix, Arizaaa. DORRIS THEATRE r. V. STECIIAN .Manager Valley Produce Co. 1 7 North Center Street. RED 51. FISH FRIDAY We will have Fish, Lobsters and Oysters TOMORROW. In outlining your food for the day, remember that we have whatever is required! for the day. Fruit, Nuts, Vegetables, A I w Valley Produce Co. 17 North Center St. Monday, December 14th Alberta Gallatin In Ibsen's Widely Discussed Play 'GHOSTS' "The Greatest Work of the Greatest Living Dramatist." New York Sun. Direction cf GEORGE H. BREN N AN. PRICES: $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c. Seats at Goodman's. Toun for the Finest Work la Photography. M. W. MEALEY 213 E. Washington St. Kodak Finishing Supplies. All Finishing Dune In 21 Hours. S. L. HOLTON O. CO.. General Contractors And Jobbers. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. "KH K '.' T Knot VH-)iinKtii Htr-ct. J'. . A'l'ln j: j North Ninth Street. 9 FOR WILL SPEND THE WINTER Mr. and Mrs. C W. Norton of Iowa Ar I rived Here Yesterday. SHORT TIME to introduce our Teas we will give away one fancy cup and saucer with every pound of Tea purchased of the following lines: Fanciest Japan I bUD. Spider Leg Tea. O-Yania Japan Tea. Bridal IM Tea. E. S. Wakelin Grocer Co. I Mr. anJ Mr?. C. W. Norton arrivel here on yesterday morning's S. K. P. ' &. V. train from their home in 'Wilton M Iiitii-tinn T.kii-'i 'j iil fi.i ,wf- t r rorviQ t 1 , f 1-1 I 1 ' 117M ..'..l. ... .V 1 ... I 'V. V . ' IVli'Hill liuring the winter. They have spent jthe winter here twice before, once feven years a?o ;inl the last time, jtlire years, sig-o. To say thr.t they are I filejisfd with Phoenix is merely formal j for if they were not they would not I l e here. Thoujrh they have no idea ot j permanently leaving their northern i i omc, they enjoy the contrast between I a Kcaon ainoiifr the snowbanks and blizz-arda and the balmy weather of the 'orange country. Another thin?? that attracts them to I Phoenix particularly is that they are !the parents of Dr. J. C. Norton, terri torial veterinarian, and they like to con:c and see him once in a while, for tlie sake of old times, for though not a laitre family it is more or less scat tered. Mr. Norton came here directly from Chicago where the big interna tional fat stock show recently closed and while he was greatly interested in the exhibit his principal business there was to visit another son who had just returned from a trip to Europe, lie graduated last year at the state agri cultural college at Ames, Iowa, ai d during the pat summer went to Eng land in th employ of a stockman who was on a blooded-stock buying ex pedition. The fat stock show, says Mr. Norton, :is the lines-1 exhibition of the kind ever held in Chicago or probably any where in the world. He to.ik great ii tcrest in it for he is himself one o." the oldest breeders of thoroughbred : !iorthorus in Iowa, having been en paged in that business for the last thirty-five years, though his firm is jjnw being managed by one of his sons. Mr. Norton has always been jrreatly interexted in educational matters and the Iowa agricultural college has been an institution in which he took special pride, his four sons having graduated from that school. . , o .' l ; Additional LoceJ I PERSONAL. I Kcv. II. H. Wagner went to Wicken biirgf on this moriiir.g"s train. A. C. C'rivmon left for Chicago via the R. P. P. P. & P. train this morn ii.sr. ' A. L. Sumption was a pasrenger fo I.os Angeles via the northern route this morning. Thomas D. Innett left on la-t right's train for Tombstone. T. O. Oliver and J. A. Scott left for Pisl.ee on last night's- south bound train. ' ( R. It. Crowd! and Tied Albright. Jr.. were passengers for Douglas last even-I J. E. Johnson left via the soat'.ier-i mute last night for Chattanooga, Tcnn. Mrs. D. C. Locke went to Mesa City yesterday. Fred Mathey, formerly employed i:i a Phoenix drug store and who h is beet: visiting here a few days left o; la:t idght's train for Los Angeles. Those registering at th3 x Hotel Adams yesterday were: F. Alletrin son, Chicago; A. L. Sumption, Lo.--. Angeles; Sf Oavesche, Denver; H. II. Morris, Prescott; J. P. Ijtpjdncott. Philadelphia: Mr. and Mrs. F. Hutch inson. Galliney, Philadelphia; C. K. T'.)usche, New Haven. Conn.; 1-1 3H. Elliott, Denver; Mr. and Mrs. John G. Pryce, Charlotte. N. C; Carl Geyer New Orleans; Joseph T. Andrews. Santa I'.arbara; Mrs. S. K. Murphy, I'rescott; Mrs. Kate Kelly, Los An-poles. THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE. Governor Brodie who is now in Washington' yesterday at tended the meeting of the republican natlonul committee which met there for the fixing of the time and place for the holding of the republican na tional convention and for making othec preparations for the convention. The governor held the proxy of National Committeeman Griffith. SENT TO THE . ASYLUM. Janver Wiltes, the stranger who was arrested three days ago on a. charge of in sanity had a hearing yesterday before Probate Judge Phillips and was sent to the asylum. It was the opinion of the court that of all the cares which had come before him that of Wiltes was perhaps the worst. The man had been a wanderer on the face of the earth for twenty years. His insanity, was of his own .making if it could be called insanity at all. In all the twenty years he had done no work and had no am bition. He is only about forty year" old. A DRUG DISTRIBUTING POINT. The Prescott Courier which came tr Phoenix yesterday had an item which will be of interest to nil the old timers of Prescott. It was related that .-. druggist there had received an orde from Cairo, Egypt, for ISO pills of the kind made by Dr. M'Candless of Prescott. It is time that the fame of those pills was spreading for they have been a household word In I'rescott for years. It is said that there is per haps not ii family in Yavapai county who does not keep on hand a supply of Dr. MCandless 4T.-H0 pills. They have for years been recommended for all ills that overtake the Prescott ians and it is . hoped that -they w ill obtain us strong a hold on the' affections of the Egyptians as they have upon those who have lived for a generation within their shadow . NEW CORPORATIONS Articles of the following corporations were filed in the oPice of the county recorder yes terday: Shaw P.lock Co., of Aurora, L't'd, capital stock. JlOft.flno, incorpora tors W. E. Shaw and W. T. West; The A. & O. Mining company, capital stock, $1,000,000, incorporators C. W. Fuller. L., It. Canfield and J. D. Brad ley; The National Gold Mining com pany of Ontario L't'd. capital stock, SI. 250.000. incorporators J. A. M'Lfan, E. O. Knight and L. L. Postle; Moun tain View Alfalfa company. capital stock, $16,000, incorporators S. M.. II. S. and J. S. M'Cowan; Shaw Block company, capital stock. $1,000,000. in corporators William E. Shaw, and F. P. Jenkins; American Chinese company, capital stock $1.000.0i0. incorporators F. W. Sutterlee, P. G. Kehrnahan and W. D. Brizze'.I. THE McDOVELL CLAIMS. D. W. Manchester, of Cleveland, United States special Indian agent, who came here' a few days ago and went to Zlc Dowell, where he expected t receive instructions by mail, returned to the ( ity last evening and is at the Commer cial hotel. Mr. Manchester says that Ms instructions were that the claims of each settler at McDowell had been approved in accordance with the ap praisement made s.'me time ago, and the awards made to each settler. He was authorized to pay such claims as soon as possible and has received from the treasury the money necessary to do so. Preliminary to piyment, however, he must secure quit claim clords from each landholder, and they must be forwarded to Washington for approval and return. This will re quire some weeks, perhaps, e:-pecially in some cases where the settlers have gone to California or elsewhere, tem jorarily. Mr. Manchester is not a stranger to Arizona, having been In the northern part of the territory before, and having been at Parksr, the Colo lado Indian agency, since last sum mer, when he relieved the agent who was dismissed from the service, and had charge of things until a new ap pointment was made. When he went down the river eighty miles In a. boat with the thermometer at 121. his opin ion of Arizona was not the bert in the wc ild, but he locked upon it as rath er a warm welcome to the sunkissed land. Mr. Manchester says he lvis made recommendations fcr a new agency on that reservation and thinks it will be constructed in the near fu ture. The present agency was formerly a military pr.st; 13 badly out of order, and not worth rebuilding. The new j agency will ccst probably forty or fif ty thousand dollais, and he has recom mended that it be put. up near the river bank, the location being much more desirable than the present agen cy, a. mile and a half away from the river frcnt, especiallyas all transpor tation is by water. The available pu pils for the school number about 150, and the whole Indian population of the reservation 510. He thinks that at no distant day there will he sufficient land brought under irrigation there about to make the Indians self-supporting, and even now a large part of their food consists of nv. Ions and pumpkins grown by themselves. 1) DEWEYS AT LIBERTY. REAL ESTATE EVERYBODY Has & Rigjlit To a little piece of this earth. But they must fight for it. They must watch their chance to get it and GET IT. We have some particularly fine offers to make just now, some properties that can be had at very much under their real value, and that are bound to be higher in a short time. j? " - . Q 3 Cf A Buys a handsome G-room Brick House, with good barn and other outbuildings and improvem ents, JJcPJUU and 10 acres of land on North Central avenue. Sftfift Buys a 4-room frame house in, Churchill's addition, lot 50x137, dth fine shade trees. vpUUvF decided bargain the lot alone being worth $400. ' This is a We have two of the best offers iu 100-acre ranches in the VaMe' one only 2l2 miles from town, under the Maricopa Canal, and the other just west of town, under the Salt River Valley Canal. IF. YOU WANT TO BUY AN ORANGE GROVE, let us show you a ten-acre grove in full bearing, crop almost readv to pick small house and good outbuildings. A fine investment and an ideal winter home. Our list of City and Country Property is the most complete in the City. We Would like to go over it with you and show you what we have. Sometimes a Fire Insurance policy helps to cure insomnia. We are sole agents for ten of the leading companies of the world. COMPANY Successors to WeiricK Q Latham. Inifpefmonfc ! nsnc Pi Furnished and Unfurn ished Houses for Rent. re ssiii linns 1 f Si U UI1U ?3UU! 44 North Center Street dent Insurance. Telephone Main 220 5 Jv.sji." -'u i 3 MR. S, W. HAMILTON, PROFESSIONAL PIANO TUNER. Mr. Hamilton is a crruiuate of t'.ie Mew Knirlantl c-onnervatcrv. Host.),! Mass., the largest and nio.t thorough music aii'l training school in the worM. Also has had years of experience in tui inp: ami repairing pianos and pipe or- ( ar.s in the factory. Ail work guar ar.teed first class. Orders for tuning may be left at Kedewill or Fountain's music store jind Will receive his prompt attention. You Must .Stop for' a cool room end quiet night's rest... rhe Williams House, Maricopa, Arizona. W. J. MURPHY Real Estate, Insurance, Loans. 102 West Adams Street. The Kansas Cattlemen st Last Give Bail. St. -In Francis, Kansas, Dec. 11. the cas3 cf ChJa.uncey Dew ey, Clyde A':L-'cn iiinl AV. J. Mc-r.ride, charged with the murder of the Ilerry family laht May, the couit this afternoon granted a change of ven ue to JCorton county. Bonds were furn ished for the defendants and they were discharged. It wc.s contended by the defense that the condition of pub.U sentiment -was such that a. fair trill wts Impossible. Thb case will probably be tried in January. There is no open demonstration a.gainst the Dewey.-, but th teople are very bitter against thm. An armed guard of four men, hi' el by Ch-.'.uncey Dewey, wsis here during the trial. He took this prec3utien against any posribl? a.ttaxk. o The oflice-hunting season is open for twelve months each year. Chicago Xews. WW, :1 From the Cow to the Table. ltl THE Inspectors watch the farms and feed of the cows. We tsst all the milk as it is brought to our condensary. There is no plant in the world where more caution is exercised to insuro absolute cleanliness. Every department is under the direct charge of a partner in the tusi n;s. Under thc;e conditions mmmm www Fig Brand Evaporated Cream is produced. If you try it. you wi:i say it is the mos' pleasing and anpetiz-.ng. Chemists and doctors say it is the mobt hcaith'ul. Take no brand unless it Mars the cap label reproduced herewith. We produce ninety per cent of the world's supply and guarantee every can bearing cur cap Iciel. HELVETIA MILK COKEESSUTG CCKPAKy, EisliliEd, HI. WHY NOT USE GAS AS FUEL When it is Quick, Glean and Convenient? Have you seen our new line of Gas Ranges and Heat ers? Call and let us show you the advantages of cook ing and heating by gas. Open evenings. Phoenix Light (&L Fuel Co. mrst Avenue ana jenerson bt. . e VALLEY BANK OR FHOKMIX PAID UP CAPITAL, Jinn fW) yiii'U's V.f. CHKISTY. President. J.- C. K I HK PAT KICK, Vice President. W. IX FI:L.VII.ER, Casliipr. LF.OYU if. CHRISTY, Asst. Cashier. Dii.fts issued on all of the important cities of the United States and Kurope. liisoonr.t commercial paper and do a general banking: business. ii'rico hours, !! a. m. to 3 p. m. DIIIRCTOKS: JI. H. Sherman, Wm. Christv, K. J. Bennitt, J. C. Klrknatrick. J. S. l-'iTir-M. V. I"). Fulwiler, Lloyd P. Christv. Oeoree D. Christv. CORRiiSPoxniCXTti: American F.xchansre Xational Rank, New York; Amerl rnn Kxchanco National Bank, Chieairo: First Xational IlanK, Los Angeles; Bank of Arizona, Prescott, Arizona; the Anglo-California. San Francisco, CaL You Can Be Gwed r?r;..-C.'-.A i - yy Always Remember ilie Full NaTue axative firomo uinme Cures a CcI J nOnoDay, Gno in 2 Day3 viz. s&. on every YrtnX, box. 25c No. 11 Cedr Terrace, Hot bPRiNus, Ahk., April 23, 1303. ' VThcn I wns Crnt marricil I fo-in:i tb ray rtrcu'-t'n and health wore gradually diminishing. 1 becarao nervous and irritable, and was in bod a week and sorcctir.K .1 ten dayr. of cvrrv month, rnd h:;l intenso bcai ia d'n-.-n ; t .'.vt-. J!y liush'aixl lal tne best phy.ioiao for mo and i his medicine fur ncurlv four rcontlis, bat I cradiK'.'.Iy r;rcv worse, hr.d l--ss strength, and Cuully, I was unable tj Ij-vc mv bed r.t a'l. A friend who wns cnllin on me brought cio e, bct'.lo rf 1, I.I.J 11 l.'.UliI.I.I her tliut I would take it to please t-.er. I. was surprised and jib-a-scd that bc f.irr IhadunccI tbo botuo I rctlly felt bcfter.sol krpt on usinx ii EiRiit r bottles bi-otiglit Oacli my lost neami r-ri -T lst C-3 tXSr- 1'i a AS -iJ S IS ' and strength, and I have not had sick day iu in uouths. Tsn3cat:r., Bt. Asdkewj ,c;:crr Iv 1 I 0! !!Irs. Finnopan Vad kle Imp" of relief lieeause sbo knew turt orery timo she h:nl tlKc-e ey.i !l: c f lanistrual fafi'oi inrr with attetvlant hearing down p;iin.-i bLe w.-.s vc-ker. AnJ every uiunth the pain v,-as growing tuore severe. But Mrs. Finnecrnn war- cured ty Wine -f Car'lui." Sii" i.s now so well that there an; few women who would not he frkul to have the health fbe has. Ai'A :uiy woman who has those dreaileil bearing Juv.u pains can have tht same relief. You cn.n he fro fron inein-trur.l irresnlaritlcs if you take this pure vegetable wine. Whv don't vmi take it when von see wuat it has doi for others?, Secure a 'bottle of Wine of Cardui today. Your drugrjist has 1.00 bottles. ii r ri The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co Pays 4 per cent interest on all time deposits Accounts may be opened for one dollar or more, either In perron or by mail. , A handsome nickel steel safe la furnished depositors free of charg. Call at the banking office and learn all about our plan for making savings pay an income. i The Home Savings Bank and Trust Co. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, ?100,0O0.00. . CHARIvES F. AINSWORTH, President; R. H. GREENE, Vice Pres ident; FRANK AINSWORTH, Cashier. DIRECTORS Charles F. Alnsworth, W. C. FoEter, R. H. GreeES, Frenk Alnsworth, Harvey J. Lee. 4-i Capital, S!00s000.00 Surplus, S50.000.00 Deposits, 500,000.00 Ample Facilities. Courteous Treatment to All. We Solicit Your Banking Business. The National Bank of Arizona. Emil Ganz, Trsidont. 8. Oberfelder, Cashier. Get One KssHtnmcaBKW Pol. Lewis, Vice-President. J. J. Sweeney, Ass't. Cashier. of Our- L,ittle Homo Safes, The Best the Cheapest Place to Buy AUorts of Christmas gifts, toys, fine China, etc. Big bar gains in fancy Indian Baskets this week. 212 E. Washington Street. " FOLLOW THE FLAG." Wabash Niagara Falls Short Line "U'eekly tourist car Santa Fe to St. Paul; weekly tourist car Southern Pacific to St. Louis; daily sleeping car Southern rucific io Chicago. Inquire of agents for partic ulars. ROSS C. CLINE, T. C. P. Agt.. lo3 .Vnselca. mV"" ? 1