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Till ARIZONA KKl'LIILICAX, SUNDAY .tlOKMXO, DECK3II5EK ISO, 1 ()()".
When You Take Pictures With a Century or Premo Camera You are taking pictures ro mistake about it. You may have used apparatus that did not give satisfac tory results, and cKxKled tint the blame was not yours but if you use a. CENTURY or a PUEMC :i:i! Seed's dry plates. If you ilo not set perfect pictures, the fault is all yoi.rs. Century cumfMS :ir absolutely guaranteed to give satisfaction, or viiur monev back after ten days trial I Si 3 IS 1 fl di F y '4 S U 1 -,; i I 5 a s 1 i mm Mi II I 1 ;d dsM Rood cameras mid printing. in Could anything bo fairer? We carry stock from J7 to $15K Catalogues free. We do developing PINNEY Sl Guns, Bicycles, Cameras. 'ntliSnS! 40 North Center Street. Pnoenix ROBINSON, Typewriters, Sporting Goods. The Cash Value of Cash! the Mcdowell settlement Quit Claim Deeds Were Given to the Government Yesterdry. Money Saved is Money Made I - - V.P;. " Vipr Pi We save you at least 10 per cent a mouth on groceries. We do this by sell ing for CASH! Try buying for CASH in line and make by saving. get D. V. Manchester, special agent at the Indian service, yesterday accom plished the next step In the matter of the settlement between the government and the white settlers of the For; Mc Dowell Military l eservation, as th? rtjsu'. of which the land is to be turned -over to the Indians. That step consisted In securing f:-om each settler a quit claim deed to the property he held. There we--i twenty two of them In nil and all met or pent their representatives to m??t Mr. Man chester at the Ccmmereial hotel yes terday when the deeds passe..!. These deeds will be forwarded to Washington for approval, and If all Is found to be orr"ctand indue form Mr.' Manchester will be instructed to pay the settlors tho stipulated price for their respect ive holdings, which were appraised Eorae time hro. The money for that purpese is already In Phoenix, and payment is withheld only to comply with legal formality. The total sum will amount to some thousands of dollars as some of th; j settlers had gno:I ranches and will re I ccive ovrr S-OCO each, wh'.l; te r.'ldi i-3 of others were, cf course, small. 11 was the understanding- between th; settlers and the government tht the whites should vacate the neighbor hood by December 1st, and all have done so with the exception of one man who Is getting: his personal effects away as fast as possible. All concerned are to be congratulated on the amicable settlement of the trou- i ble at McDcwell, for regardless of the ' opinion of those who made light rf th2 I friction between the settlers and the J Indians a year or two ago, there were times when it looked rqually and blood shed wr.s avoided, no doubt, through j the single fortunate fact that both : whites and Indiaijs held their tempers i In restraint. FOOTPADS ARE BUSY Eery One Dollar Purchase entitles you to chance at the; four round trip tickets to the World's Fair at St. Louis, j " wen Absolutely free. Don't delay. Even' article you buy of; us is guaranteed satisfactory or your money refunded. to Avoid DarK Corners at Late Hours. Delegates to the convention of foot- Pickles, sweet and sour, Olives, Sweet Apple Cider, Molas- j i i"1s - annually in his , ity dur ses, New Orleans and Sorghum, Pop Corn, Shelled and TiyTrrTvi BrilkS. stunt just to keep in practice. There ; is seldom a serious robbery here but frequent exhibitions are given of how : one could be robbed if the thugs really wanted to do it. The latest incident I was the robbery of a Mrs. Greenlee on Friday evening, on Washington street, a purse and a small sum of money being taken. Mrs. Greenlee reside;! at 122 Kast Ruchanan street and was reiuii.in;.; home from the Sixth avenue hotel. She j went south to Washington street and i then turned cart. When she neared flirt . f n nt" nf Tl.irrl ifr.t-,i . r, . . . lJates, tream bquares, .bavarian taudy, vocoanut ; jumped from behind a bin board ani T)r'illF TJf-f'npcl (snatching her purse from her hand. Stick, Rock Candy, Jelly Beans. Chocolate Creams,'' 25c pound. - j by some of the colored people of th city. At its conclusion one couple, and possibly others, en route home, came up First street. Suddenly an Ameri can and a Mexican jumped from the shadows and one of them grabbed a purse in the woman's hand., She clung to it tenaciously and at the same time backed up against a picket fence. It chanced that one of the pickets was loose and she easily wrenched it from the fence. She is quoted as sayin;? "and how 'I did beat that white man." Asked what her escort was doing all this time she replied, "He stood there and pleaded, 'woman, please -don't kill that man.' " o CARD OF THANKS. Wo desire tc express our heartfelt thanks to the many friends I w ho so kindly tendered their help and sympa thy in our late bereavement. Mrs. J. I .Creech and Family. 8- -2- SIR KNIGHTS. 1'hoenlx commandery Xo. 3 K. T. requests the pleasure of the company of yourself and ladies at their asylum, Monday .the 21st. 7:30 p. in., for In stallation or its otlk ers. A banquet will be given. All sojourning sir knights and ladies are cordially invited. DANIEL. NICHOLSON. E m ne n t Commander. GOT QUICK ACTION Phoenix Burglars Rob Store While Owner Waits Outside. NUTS. Almonds, Peanuts, Walnuts, Pecans. SPECIALS. Raisins, Currants, Citron, Lemon Peel, Mince Meat, Orange Peel, Dates, Tigs, Evaporated Blackbcrrcs, Raspberries. Fresh BtilK Oysters, 1214c dozen. CANDY. Mixed Candy, 15c, 20c and 25c pound. Cream Apples, Lemons, Oranges, BananaS.! assistance. I faded from view disappeared in the darkness. The wo ) man screamed and Frank Holder, who chanced to be going down Washington street, en a bicycle", came at once to Tafford's Cash store was closed up last night at 9:30 o'clock and by 10:30 It had been broken into and robbed, the thieves gone with the swag, th? proprietor apprised, the police notified, the ground lorked over, nothing found and the incident cleaned up w ith neat ness and dispatch. If one is going to do a thing there is r.o use being all night about it. That is probably the way the robbers felt about la.t night s operations. Mr. Piif ford left a dcllar in the drawer when tho store was closed at 9:30 and strolled around for nearly an hour. Before go ing home he thought he would go back and lock into his own store. He found the back door open. Some one haj broken the glass in the door, then reached through and unlocked it. It is evident the robber was after nothing but straight ctsh, as the only thing missing, so far as could be determined last night, was the big dollar left in the drawer. The police were notified .it once but the robber had left no trail that could be followed in the nt&ht. The Pafford store seems !o be a Cj.e cial target for burglarious operations, as it has been broken tn'.o least twice before. On one occasion a large quartity cf sardines of a special pacfc were taKen anil rcraneiy comcmem .i I let of that particular line of good was found en John Havard's lanch by I Murshal Kinney, when he was moping ' over the premises with a search war j rant. Hut Havard, being in the I ilentiary, he can prove an alibi on this occasion. North First Avenue, Phoenix Arizom. sinrp Yavap a i Oil and Development Co. Hut the rubber had tnd no trace of him ! could b found. The police were promptly notified and made a careful but fruitless search. Another incident of a similar nature has been reported but no one has been i foui:d to verify the storv. It is inter j esting enough to print though, even if it should prove to be a fairy tale. ! There was a social a few nights ago I in the southern part of town, given J E V. O M E. AH1ZON Send for Prospectus. i Mi . .... ' .1. . Haskett, President, Jeronie: F. L.. -32 '.-"i X-s. i Wright, Vice-President, Prescott; J. S. 't s ." Waushtel, Secretary'. Jerome; Jas. V: ' i.' l"' ;'-.:rJ,'vi.'i?lJ Page, Ireasurer, Jerome; A . J. Jlul-n'iM'! ,,..- - - . ve,:o, Director. Prescott. 1- Branch Of lice I room IS. Head nio.-k. Prescott. :! AMUSEMENTS XKKXrH-XW'i-K-H-Xf'H1 Our mupic loving p . pie will soon hava a. rare treat in the form of an orclie tral concert which comes off on nr about tho 2Slh inst. Theodore MHnsfeldt. one cf the bePt 'cellists in the country, and Mr. Arthur Johannesen, who was first violinist with Fritz Scheel. and concert-ma-tcr with Stcrk for three years, will make their first appearance here. An orchestra aDDears with thcni. 8-4 2- 9 2- 5 5 5 8- 3- Cluristmas Fuirniitare. Another Great Carload Just Received! IDEAL HOLIDAY GIFTS! We offer in this new assortment just placed on display a variety of the Latest and Choicest Seasonable Novelties from eastern markets, any piece of which will fill the heart of the recipient with pleasure. A number of ideas for Individual or Family presents will be found in the following suggestions : ' . ROCKERS, Large Turkish, Genuine Leather a Friend for a Lifetime. ROCKERS, Oak, Leather or Tapestry Coverings, Cob bler Seat, etc , etc. MORRIS CHAIRS AND ROCKERS, Leatherette or Velour Coverings. REED CHAIRS, Rockers, Couches, Tetes, and Conver sation Chairs. COUCHES, in Genuine Leather, and Velour Coverings. Ladies' Writing Desks, Golden Oak, Weathered Oak, Maple and Mahogany. Hall Seats and Mirrors, An Elegant Assortment. Chiffoniers, Book Cases. Library Tables. Dining Room Furniture in Sets, etc., etc., etc. Also Now on Display a Beautiful and Comprehensive Assorment of Christmas Lamps, Glassware, Silver Plated Ware and Table Cutlery. Exclusive Patterns of Genuine Haviland & Co. Ware, German and English Ware, Jardiniers, Bricabra:, au Christmas Novelties in profusion. , Wholesale and Retail House Furnishers. 22 TO 28 WEST WASHINGTON STREET T CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE 3 3 I THE GIRL OF VARYING MOODS. The ! Fifislfl & Gallagher SLMERAL CCHTWCTCBS Kntlmnttif. KuryitBho.1 Ivooinn II ti ll O'NoMl V.niMlnc l". O flox 678, rtiocniz, Ar'Xona. ? THE CLUB STABLES fn? block rorth of Hotel Adamn or. J.orili Ctit r Street. Js'obby turnouts ! Safe and Bpe.-dy Btocfc. are our long suit. fc?eml them to us and you can be tmre that they will be laundered soft and without shrinking. We Sterilize Everything- Yours fo- the est delivery. be.-t Vork and prompl- Weather Vane One With Habit of Pouting- the I Jon Flfleld Geo. H. OaUachar j W. L. GEORGE & CO. Arizona Laundry Co. Phone Mnin 39. (loroer Adam and 3d St. Pacific System. Second ia None. The California Restaurant JlfiALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. Ktr-iviiiv f lrt.CioH. Quick nervlco Mpecial Olnner or, Hutiday 35 North First Avenue Phocnfx. Arizona QUICKEST TIME TO CHICAGO BY 16 HOURS. ' -t-r v-'"yxl.j!v VALUABLE XMAS PRESENTS- '.' "' . ."'T .-r ''7r'-:i-':' ' fyf'A F,,r nrret8lile prcw nt you can find J?"'"?Z"iiiu 'XsjZ" ' ' 'l rifTi-H tiotlilng nirer ilinii h drPi- suit care or ! mMm'W nmh Trurk Factcry' I 21l2CZ??''m0&i' rildTriii.kkc'ninexcliaiiBe: j " in. niyjglp I'hone Red :K4. The Golden S'ate Limited will resume Daily service eastward December 25th. Only 02 hours to Chicago by Southern Pacific and Rock Island routes. Superb service. Make Your reservations Karlv. For meals that tempt the palate go to &fe ENGLISH KITCHEN We serve freSh and daintily cooked meats and poul try and all delicacies the market affords. Full particulars at City Ticket Office. 22 N. Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. ;- M. 0. BICKNELL, Agt. 1 he American KJtcHen On North Center Street. EVERYTHING, Tables, Linen, Dishes, Stores, EVERYTHING New. "ew cc-oks here the best in the west. My aim will be to conduct the cleanest and best restaurant in Arizona. Boxes for families and par ties. I will do all my own pastry work still. I want all my old friends to be at the new stanO when I open. Tom, formerly of Jhe English Kitchen has severed all connections with the' English Kitchen. ' Open day and night. Chop Suey for dinner. Read a pirl's face under its varying emotions and you can read her dispo sition. The liuKhinjf fare is prenerally the sympathetic- face also. The woman who luuphs readily is the woman whose nature is respensive. The wonnn who does not l:iut;h naturally is rarely res lionsive to any of the emotions that sway our lives. The laugh must be spontaneous and have the ring of merriment that is contnsfious. Even to sre some people laugh is mirth-provoking and we 1 lugh In uni sion, scarcely knowing why. The m.i id who has thougHtful moods Is far different from h"r who indulges moody thoughts. One is kind, consid erate and thoughtful of others, the other selfif-'h and inclined to fancy her self full of grievances. The creature of moods is rarely considerate of any save herself The man who undertakes to love the moody maid is hunting for trouble, and the kind of. trouble he will find will give him a few shocks and teacli him the use of forcible language, if he has not already mastered a vocabulary and kept it exercised. He will never know how. or when cr by what means to please her, and just at the time that he . flatters himself that he is doing something beautiful the chances are that she will fly off into a fit of sulks, and the poor man will think a fire hose has been turned on him, or some cold water display is getting in its fine work. Oh! The moody sweetheart Is delight ful. If you don't mind cold douches! i lie pouting maid Is is variable as the April of sunshine and showers. She c ultivates a habit of pouting un til you can never feel sure whether Fhe is pleased or not. She is of the weather vane fraternity, and the man who undertakes to love her has a large and unsatisfactory contract on his hands. If he succeeds in pleasing her he is a genius, but if she don't drive him to drink it is because he hasn't the price, or some equally potent rea son. "GENERAL" BOOTH'S WORLD. Salvation Army to Commemorate Twenty five Years of Work. temporary building to seat 6,fW) persons will be raised, and here meetings will be held. Simultaneously ov?rflow as scmMies will ronfe-t at Exeter hall. Queen's hall, and other plactv. includ ing the principal nuburbin theittrs. Devotion will be the foremost aim of an! anhT t t this world council. To bring horn I'jea 01 wnac is ueing uone in uisiani ; j. lands, there will b-? displays represent- I ing every branch of the Salvation Army's wide misvlon. Tabelaux, photo graphs, lantern slides, and the cineiAa tograph wlli all help to lend readily to the great and varied spectacle to he made still more Interesting- by explan atory ad drew. Germany. Frinc", ,ui trail i; India. Afr!ca will all .have j their own quarters. Council for re- ! view and still further expansion of the j ork will be constantly in session. The greatest day will be July when , about 100,00 workers will meet at the Crystal Pakfe, where will be d L.c ted the daily life of the Chinese and : Jipanese converts f Zulus, Kahrs, ' Sincalese, Indians, Maorlcs and Red j Ir.din.ns, and more interesting rtill. the j giowth and wonderful o-ganlzation fori good will be picturesquely set furth. j What a record of original and bene ficent work for General Rootb. to Iojk ; back upon! - It is now thirty-seven years since he i started his campaign outside n publl-J house inWhitechap-l, whither he goes tomorrow to renew his memory of that j early and courageous effort. Twelve years afterward he founded thej Salva tion Army. Soon he will make his fourth visit to Australia a.nd New Zealand, returning to England in time , for tho congress, which, with his bur den of seventy-four years, he is as vigorously plai:rlng ns If he were the roaster of all the hojeful activities of early manhood. London Telegraph. n Tt is so easy for a girl to fool a man that when her mouth is only chewing gum she can make him think shu is j saying her prayers. N Y. Press. We have one factory y DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO THE MAKING OF CHEESE. The maker Is a man of long experience In thi3 climate, and thoroughly competent. 'Our curing rooms are unexcelled, as we make our own temperatures. We can give you CHEESE THAT WILL PLEASE THE TRADE. Write us for prices. If in Thocnix ring up 1871, or better etlll cofhe to th? creamery, t6 blocks west of Santa Fe depot. t t t t The Maricopa Creamery Company 4-MM-"MMfrM'"M Mitt 118 NORTH CCNTLR STRUT TtiEPHONC 791. iVLofin & Dorrls Undertakers and Embalmers ladr Atteadaat i "Just as Easy" "Go ye into ill the world," is an In junction which the Salvation Army has very fully carried out. . Now It invites -representatives' from "all the woi'ld" to meet in its birthplace to commemorate twenty-five years of work. From the middle of June to the middle of July next there will be a congress in Ix)ndon of Salvationist, of every tongue and every nation. V'pon a. central site a COPYRIGHT. to cook over gas as over coal or ker osene much easier in fact. Rut you ought to think, too, of the freedom from dust and ashes, the immediate produc tion of heat, the saving of temper of wife, cook or housekeepers. No delay ed breakfasts when you use gas. Ask us all about it. When Yov Get a cool, refreshing drink you don't always stop to think of its wholcsomeness that's proper ly attended to in i Rainier Beer Whether you want wholesome ness or good flavor, you got more in this drink than in any other, no exceptions Phoenix, MELCZER BROS. Distributers, CO.. Arizona. The Topic of the Day Where to buy your Christmas goods and to buy, them right and use ful. ' Let us help you solve the problem we have a good line of SMOKING JACKES, FANCY VESTS, BATH ROBES, OUTING FLANNEL NIGHT ROBES, Phoenix Light & Fuel Co., Cor. 1st Ave. and Jefferson. Tel. 2401 That wc are offering at reduced prices. Also good warm all wool un derware. cotton and wool hosiery, fancy hosiery, silk neck wear and silk mufflers. Gents' suit cases and a full line of Hats, new in styles, em bracing the latest In Stetson's Hats the famous Miller Hats, Nonam'e and Hats to suit to you in price and quality. The place to buy the best grade of Gents' furnishing goods is at PLANK, THE HATTER. 106-108 West Washington Street. Fleming BlocK. ; . . A,