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Jas. L. Perry, contractor, bricl; and 1 ESS lason work. Residence, 2202 W. Jet- H mason ferson st. 'Phone Red 326. 1 Jessie ZX. Priestley Leps.or.s given in j oil and water color paintiiif "ill North 1st Ave. DON'T FAIL to put in a VOTE for ft the BONDS and remember that Christ- ! E mas Turkey, Fresh Fruit and Oysters r. u ico. li. jjurtis , a . f irst ave. You can be warm and comfortable these cold nights and mornings if you will buy one of our Charter Oak Stoves or one of our Air Tight Heaters. Our car of fine New York State pure V4 V, -l V k apr ie juice, ci.ier anil cider vinegar lias in arrived. Place your orders early. H mill, r.i;I.l I f.'t . utiiiij Liav.1: .t.iui new. I.IELCZER EROS. CO. i Women and girls who have been un F.5 fortunate and are In need cf a home 1 and friends can find them bv nd.lrr.ss. 1 in.g Crittentou Heme, Highland addi- j gjj tion, rhoenix, Arl:ior. E h4 t-Zs &&) .1 VN ym wA N E M I EZRA 124-126 Cast Washington Street 127-133 HOBO HOTEL RAIDED Stolen Goods Recovered and Vagrants Jailed. Seven N'iht rviicemen Henry Kuufnrar. ami William Tipton raid til a hobo "fence" early yesterday morning; and ai'tuivd wveii tf the vags and a num ber of articles that were identified lat t r ;c? stolen i'rc,rerty. The thing- that ;:i ves them the must satisfaction is that the hoboes are the same men who were arrested for vasrancy a few das ni;o, jailed for the ni-ht and next day started ut of town ir their jitrree ir..!it when liberated. There is iht.-refcre) : o question that thy are hoboes and nothing that any of them can say wi'.i be r-xtenuatintr. The leader of the trans is a man nam ed K. A. I'.artlett. who has a card from a bricklayers' union, and wlien iire i usly arrested was giver, the bene fit f all doubt and released, he hav- iii' niiinvj: that he could ;t work if u i veil a chance. Instead of being: en title. 1 to leniency, he is evidently the worst of the bunch, fcr he is v.ot only rooked, but is shielding himself be 1 ind a respectable labor organization. Two of the hoboes were arrested :ir;t n.ar a h.use not far from the io:i. i r r. f Pixth and Madison streets. an iailed." The ofllcvrs suspected that ie.mates of the- house belonged to " same sans, so th?y returned, and inii'.K ;.n entrance, four.d a numb r familiar faces, that are n"w where y can be lcoke.l upon at will ih: i-r.-esh the iron bars. A scan h of the e brought to view a laprobe stckn bf hu?: of Joe Monihan and .-iu -th -r from the buggy of Dv.ight I;. Heard, and both of which ive: iden tiiied yesterday. There were also sorn? shoes sti len from the Phoenix Shoe PiMPL And other eruptions which mar the skin j are more than a disfigurement and an- noyance; they are a positive detriment ' to the business interests and social vac- cesses of the man tliey mark. Oth er things being equal, the man with a smooth skin and clear complexion will find it easier to get a good posi tion or a good wife than the man whose face shows the impu rity of his blood. That's the real point. The blood nis baa. Ar.a tor 5that very reason anv treatment i which is design ed to cleanse the skin must cleanse the blood. Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery cleanses the blood from the clogging impurities which breed and feed disease, and so cures pimples, Imils, eczema, and other diseases which have their cause in impure blood. ' The sole motive for substitution is to . . , ; , ,i.n .1 i i ,i i : . i . jivioui tuc ucirnrr iu iiiiiKC iiic linn; muic profit paid by the sale of less meritorious medicines. He gains. ou lose. There fore, accept no substitute for "Golden iMedical Discovery." "I have used your 'Golden Medical Discovery' in a c;ise of scrofula, and cured it." writes Mr. Win. I. Shamh'in, of Remy, Cherokee Nation. Ind. Terrilorv.' "I took five bottles of it for my blood. I had ' ringworms ' ou me and I would burn them orT and they would come right back, and they were on me when I commenced using ".oMi-3 Medical Discovery.' which took them away, and I haven't been bothered anymore."' Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse tile bowel3 and ktimulate the sluggish liver. FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD .ill be paid to anv one person WilO h : b.dl be the first to give i:s su infoi inat Ion regarding HARRY BRUCE NORCROSS as will locate him, if living, or will prove his decease.. He war. formerly of Grafton, Mass.; afterv?ards lived in Denver and Leadville, Colo.; hi left Leadville in 1390; he would now be 43 yeprs old. O. & G. H. Norcross, 35 Congress j St., Boston, Mass., Nov. 24, 1S03 if-j nut FIAMO BARGAINS Pianos, Organs, Talking Machines s, Band and Small Instruments EVERYTHING IN THE MUSIC LINE, FROM A 10c WHISTLE TO A PIPE ORGAN. I,rWl'T PRICKS. KAf-'IKST TKItMS. urn annual CLiJAnANci-; sall-;k. SALE CLOSES JANUARY 5, 1904 If you want a particular make of instrument, get our prices before purchasing elsewhere. AVe sell the same article for less moifey than any other dealer. Let us prove it to you. Your terms are ours. BAVCUCWJUUl 11. Lioxv VU, , X B TH A VET 1 BEJIEMBKR THE W1IITK 1IOKSK IN . company's store, conduct-d ly T. l'ouers, find a feat'ier bra beloii! T. to Mrs. Frank Fowlvr, stolen fr-.m a hiZ?y i few days ;:sc, and v..iic:ii" otiier ' articles of more or less v.iiue. One jvtir f shoos stolen from Mr. lfow ers was found in the pass r-ssion of u Mexican, who had paid 73 cents to tin hobr for them. Before entering the house the officers did a little Paul Pry stunt to con vince themselves that they were after the rislit kind of pcople.Th?y overheard the v.irs diseussins a chicken steel ins project they were planning-, and had they not been arrested, they would no doubt have enjoyed a fine Mulligan rtew yesterday with, chicken for a basis of operations. Instead the be-t tlK'V could cct was from the bill rf fare served them by the municipality. Warrants were secured from Justice Fturnett h.irgintr the n.rn with petit larc?ny, and they will probably bo tried today. o THE GRAND FRATERNITY Representatives cf the Newly Merged Society Visiting Phoenix. C'apt. C II. Robiiison cf I'hiladelphl i and K. M. Klliott of De'iiver are in ten ity aixl expect to remain in ehe v tlley till after thr 13th. Captain Robinson was the founder of an organization known as the Associated Fra ternit :o:-, it being composed of representative.? of nearly ail the " fraternal insurance societies of th country anil its abject bcins the promotion of fraternal mat ters and the interests of all the fra ternal societies?, which, iet'ardless of their minor differences or advantage.?, are all working to the same end The special order in which he i v.oi kins and in which he -is the vie president of the supreme ledge, is ih- Grand Fraternity, which is quii? rtrcnp in the eastern states. Mr. Klliott nas in charge of the fifld work of the United Moderns, a fraternal "order which is wll known throughout the west. Recently these two societies have merged their interests, adopting the name of the Grand Fraternity and many features of the United Moderns, their similarity in plan and rates hav ing made that step advisable, and giv ing lndh orders the advantage of a lar ger membership and active operations in a larger number oT states, in fact, in the greater part of the country. This merger was announced recently in these columns, ami there Is one nov el feature concerning it. That is that, in all fiaternai changes trade here tofore it has ben a c!ivlsloiiof an ol der or the formation of a now one by those who were discontented. In this instance it is a strength -nins move by a uniting of interests. Jt is expec f-d lhat !y the end of the year the new organization v. ill number about I J.'K't members, and be in a better pi.dlion for growth than either ha.- been here tofore. Mr. KlliiAt's title is now Distiict Organizer, and h has under his imme diate care th slate of California and the territory of Arizona. He has mad- many visits h re in the inti-rcst of tlv Moderns and is well known all over Arizona. Th" two gentlemen are now bore for the purpose of acfiiaintins the members personally with the new order ef things and bjying plans for future work in the increasing of tlu . , . ln0,n,JO1 AMUSEMENTS : V ISBEN A SOCIETY FAD. Ttep-c.rts from the box office at Good man's Indicate that one of the laigest and most fashionable audiences of the season will greet Alberta Gallatin and her associates when they present the widely discussed play, Ibsen's "Ghosts," on next Monday eyeninr. It is stated that several large thea- ter parties, composed social residents of the of the- lea'dinr? city, have al ready bfen formed. Ibsen has -always been a favorite v. i(h social people ami this is. the first opportunity that lias bee;, given to wit ness a production cf.hM famous lnas tcrplci e, "Ghosts." Secrets are like money good for nothing unless placed in circulation. Chicago News. ii : a wi ri pi - sv "va. Cast Adams Street FJJONT. Rose to the Occasion. , tehilv.'.d "Mnmn n. si o. mo a pe.i ny." Mother "You're too bi t'j be sr-King for riennies." Archibald Welt, give me a rju irt'. r." hieao News. The LATEST and most scientific tonic is TQPvJIC PORT. In large bottles $1.00. Yon get it at Opposite City Hall. Send us your mail orders. We arc prompt. TRADE TOPICS Artist':? models wanted. Apply 'J a. in;, to 1 p. ni.. I1) Anderson bldg. You can save 2Ti per cent en your pur chases by walking cn block south fiom Washington street to Th" :uiio, corner Jefferson street and Second ave. t-'ee reward offered in want adv. I'or diidilled water, 'phone main 1G. A rare lot of Mexican Za rapes n-w arid old, not to be- seen elsewhere, at The Curio, iv. c nd avenu atid Jeffer son street. Present the "old folks," with a v.iv of our a pochronuit ie eye-glasses or spectai lis-. lletdx r t'c Svikerath, op ticians. No. 7 V. Adams st. Kec reward offered in want adv. Ilai'i Combs! Pomp.idors, Switcher, Ii.atest styl -s, Hairdrcssing, Manicur ing. Mis. Aylwin's I'arlors, 11 S. Cen ter, upstairs. If you are looking for a wedding, an niversary or holiday present, you can find it at The Curio, Second avenue and Jefferson street. Recommended by all physicians l'uritas' distilled water. 'Phone main 16, Lightning Delivery. Navajo Illankets, largest stock, best patterns, lowest pricf s, at The Curio, cor. Second avenue and Jefferson rt. Does your piano need- tuning? Have Hamilton tune it. Maple Ijeaf Howling alley, basement McKee's store. Come and bowl. Don't neglect your eyes. Tleginning Monday. Dec. 14 to Jan. 1st Webber & Swikerath ootifians will make a spe cial reduction in eye-glasses and spec tacles.' No. 7 W. Adams St. Hamilton, the tuner. Leave orders at Redewill's or Fountain's music store. Prof, guittir. Fountain, teacher of mandolin, violin. 243 E. Washington 6t. You will save money in buying your tires, bicycle sundries or a bicycle of Griswold tha bicycle man or voting for the bonds which will make sod times and Phoenix prosperous. Notice is hereby jriven that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the P.uekeye Canal & Land Company will be held at the company's cdlice, loom No. 1, No. 14 N. Center street. T Off n b3 M K B pug Store, Phoenix, Arizona, January 11th, 1904, at 10 a. m. Dated Phoenix, Arizona, Dec. 11, 1903. ' CIIAPvLES F. MILLER, Secretary. Don't rust your stomach with this alkali water. Use Puritas, 'phone main 16. Lightning Dollverv. Spring lamb a fspocialty at the new Valley Meat market next door to the po:,totn o. Now opo'i. I The Commercial rnrrnt nml ll-f.- stable has a new line of stock through- out with new horses, buggies', run- a bouts. Can furnish you with a desir-iM able turn oat. If yo i are-iiitere-ded in a good meat larket visit, th-." new one just opened 1 cxt door to ihe poblotlice. Leery tiling new and modem. Nowhere else in the wide world can be ercn such a-stock as we exhibit. The highest standard of excellence in j iiiuiaii uou ucAic.'ii an wat cur nioi- to in collecting the vast assortment The Curio, Second avenue and Jc Fcn street. A CHRISTMAS TUP.KEY. given to tb jierson suggesting th': lilnvl ; T 1 1 1:-. . 1 .i-i -i I r,.it,., f.,. . ,t 1 . . . .-: . . .-. ...... li.tllH. 1V1 1.1 J U....IiH-73-l, if acceidable. end only the name suggested it.i.i L .iii-i . ii ,i i .-.-,.-5. v.oiiiei cioseti 1 iee. .... .. - ... ..... ...T.l,. r . i I . I i I .' -. i -ii It I . .ii, . e . !.-: .... l - ve;f;:e. "lo :illev nin-il mi-ivI:i.1 Mi.-t .1.... to 1'Ostollice will le . pon in und after Dec. 1st, and will handle the be t beef, mutton lamb. veal, pork, poultry, fbb, oysters,, imported U licatas.-:en and everything that is sold in a first-cla:i3 ALFRED SAUNIMCRS. ! f I'roprie tor. if, b A man v. !r i: tl.rown up ii !iis own n sii-.!r--: I. apt to make oc-cat ional ' l. laid up-, n the rc.i urces of others. Chi- ,hi i ago News. l) f fer- H your j is ! OTE1 For the bonds and municipal ownership of of water works afor Phoenix-- and then go to IS H B & ft I ft Bl MM Tha Fashionable Tailor, Tor your Christinas Suit and you will bu Inppy the balance of your life. j THIS is what vc want YOU TO KftOW, V.'e sell only the best gro c&ries ar.d you save ncney by Laying from as. V8 deliver yaur orders very promptly anywhere in town. Get your GROCER! ES At ' FRANK GRIEBEL'S 218-220 W. Va.:hinotnn St A Phone 431. GANGERS AND EXTERNAL GROWTHS reaiovsd without Ilia knife or severe measures I Hilil.ard removes Hil exteriuil crowthn by hicnl mi'dii-HlK'it. H is n,i lh"ii is hulc, sure null mum cIu I. 1 la- decior mnkc.1 ii hpr iail v of iMionic ui'f'i'.stM ihio icinovi-l ni iihnoriniil Kfowtbs. Tlic knife s i well known is mi nbxoluu1 failure1 in inany enyus. Dr. IlibbarM's melliod is successful win n success isolilHin aV'le. His Fyf tem is rational and sricntific ami will be fully explained to the ttfllicted free of eliar-. TlioUM-nds every year die in the I'uited States imily bee huso the disLtise is not clearly understood and therefore cannot be rishlly treated. Cases are tailed incurable which run be cured and without rcsortniK to the tnife, with hut little pain and eeiaplete safety. l hos who ufl'er irom diar-ases cf ihe n'xual nd irinary orgrans fiom cont -acted disorder and sm'nal weakness nhoul-i st orc ra ogiAze th known renulr. of rxich complaint. To sncli wo offr the bnst. most scientific and succeshful treatm in. Ifilihard Building. 2K South Second venue, I'lioenU, Arizona. Consultation l rce Hours 10-1 J, 13, ti-7. KW I., i 7, .r.f lit :.' 7. ,Vt '.7. ; :'( 1: 5 1 mi f " i j J i M ifri w w - pi ' N IX R It !iv.i:i;r: w4 y HALF HOSE, at HALF PRICE i Iw 1-3 V.'e have just re ived 2C) dozen ru it? men's "'-. Hose, re I- lar L.-.c le which v.'e place on tale at M fj (1 l tl r Per Pair for or.e v. e. k. The; ? goud:-. are made up in the very latest pa:iei; s and shade-;, fancy givyi", stripe:;, P'dka d.ils and niix-ti::c-. 1 1 i .1 'I a K B fl El m EHk m ivZ w Z. &&&&& V&k - I Nte4 "SCjoJ diUxtC Juar -- -irPy i y aulusivl UUltnilLKvy tOR. i't,,-l-'M I. .'i?- -v ? ' .is norse 151? I CLARK-PRATT VEHICLE- CO. pecia. i r Never before were veils as popular as they arc this winter. If -ou don't wear a veil over the face, you must wear one draped on the hat anyway to be "in it," this winter 3011 simply have to wear a veil. We are showing an immense assoilment of veils, and in order to attract attention to this department wc will sell Today Only vvnite, ljiack, iiiue lirown, Ureen aud many Dotted, Figured, Plain, Embroidered, etc. A great big line to choose from and everj' one brand new. Buy your veils today aud save 25'c on every one 3-ou bii'. None sold before 10 o'clock. Earlv bnvers will ia.vc tltr locf nhrY iMiyggn3:'y t Scientific shop mansgcTr.CT.t, excellent t23l2 i:i selecting v., fabrics, henect trimmings end p skilled men-tailors arc re t sncncible fcr the popularity R Ci, W" trouscr3 have acquired airxng well - drqssed men. There is no gt'ess rprcrk, ro trusting to luck for a correct fit you rec the fabric, fcshicn end the skill of the tailor who made them besides, you save, half what your tailor would ask ' and cbta:n a better quality garment ' better all the wy through. Union The "Perfect Fitting, comfort giving" kind stylish and durable, made up in patent kid, velour, box calf, Kangaroo and viii; styles to fit. all skr.pcs of feet, the cost to you is $3.50 to Mm .00 TO ;A'Ai',-':-fi,i J $6.00 I If you v:.iit u 5 Nv il:e;iiier hc try a wi-.T'' ' ft , .... "aw .... t, .rt.li" $2.50 .hoes. B r i Winter Lap Robes and Harness ale of Veils "Today! 10 a. m. Till Sold. 5 r ism UliiDLJI ALWAYS Theee are the "reliable" ask for them, and take no other. For Ircsn, riding or work, wo hive thein in the correct weight and the right kind of leather. The price v. ill suit you, toe. Re member every pair is guaranteed to give satisfactory wear. Made ihoes. MEN AND BOYS X3 A Fine and Complete Stock of Runabouts and All Styles of Carriages and Wag ons. a other colors in the lot. H e! i 4