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0 0 THE AKIZOXA KEPUBLICAX, SUNDAY 3IOKSIXG, DECEMI5ER 20, 11)0.'$ See the CHRISTMAS Bargain Counters -At Davidson's CasK Store TOYS 2 FOR 5c, SC ioc, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 50c. Lamps, Fancy China, Dolls, Silverware, and hundreds of Xmas things. BARGAINS at Davidson's Cash Store, 114 to 118 W. Washington St. Phoenix, Arizona. Phone Red 363. RYBODY Give your bashful lover a hint. Give your husband a piece of your mind. Give the turkey a roast. Give your eyes a rest. Our glasses will give you that. Father, Mother, Sister. Brother, Grandmother, Grandfather, would ap preciate a rest o? this kind for Christ mas. Gold, Silver, Steel, Aluminum. All prices. A fit guaranteed before or after pre sentation and that's the most import ant part. Opera and field glasses. Lorgnettes. llW.WASHG.ST. PHOENIX Sensible Giving. Some of the best holiday goods are everyday goods; goods that enable you to show both good v-ill and excellent judj. ment. High Grade Hair Brush es, Clothes Brushes, Toilet Art icles, Leather Goods, Fine Per fumes, Manicure Sets, Traveling Sets, Shaving Sets. None the Jess perfect gifts because of ev eryday usefulness. These are gifts you, can buy at fairest pos sible prices by buying them here. GOODMAN'S PRESCRIPTION . PHARMACY, . Cor. Washington & Center Sts. Phoenix, A. T. FOR BOOKS, PICTURES, TOYS, DOLLS, HOLIDAY GOODS, OF ALL KINDS CO TO Phoenix Stationer and News Company, 10 and n W. Washington St. Of Local Interest. THE WEATHER Ixcal Arizona daily weather report for the Republican: Forecast for today Fair. Data for -4 hours ending 8 p. terday: m. yes- Temperature Departure Departure blnee since 1st of Month Jan. 1, 1903 MEAN NORMAL 49 52 418 151 Maximum temperature, temperature, 34. 61; minimum Average relative cent. Total precipitation. Character o ftho M. humidity, 52 rer day Clear. E. m-YSTONK, feet ion Director. TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Services t 11 n. m. and 4 p. m. Sun day school at 10 a. in. Sermon at the morning service by Ri?hor J. M. Ken driek. The public is cnrdiillv bivitod to attend the-? t-o vices. WILL PROBABLY LOCATE. T. X. Hale and J. X. Bramlet. two prominent farmers of El Dorado, 111.,, are r.ow looking over the valley with the in tention of locating. While in the city j they are stoppir.tr with A. TI. llaiffrav of the Acker company. GOOD TEMPLARS GIVE WAY. Owin? to the T-aucler lecture-re. Vn in th Fifth avenue Christian chuuh tc nmnnw nierht. the loco! Good Temtdars lod.qe Knerously can'fl'el thel." reer u'.ar me. tire, and will hold no se.'sicn on that nisrht. A CHURCH BENEFIT Members of j the '""hristtan church ctio!r. who hav? in ch.arpe the Lauder crncert. have been much ar.ncyed bv a rumor that a part of the proceeds of there con ceits would eto to seme local muc:an. They wifh to assur? the pubicl that Fuch is not the care. The church tr:as uiy will be the fo'.e bnefici.ity. and there wili be rio division cf priK-d-. POSSUM SUPPER. Arraneements r. ip in proirifs? for a errand 'po-sum supper to be hold under trie fiupies of the Kentucky Colonels society which! which will probably be orsrani7Pd fori that purpose. At th-' present time T,. T. Mansfield and E Y. Spears are in 1 charcre or at lea?t are ribbinsr up the function which ouht to piov a no table one. COL. PRATT WILL SPEAK. Col H. H. Pratt, the r.o!d educator and orRanlz'T. of whom The TTepubllenn j cave a brief sketch yesterday morninpr. will PD''k at the P.ar.tist church scr- t vice in O'Xeill hall at 11 tVlock this ir.orntnsr. This will be th" only oppor tunity the citizens of Phoenix will have of listening to 'ol. Tratt rs hp leave-, Phoenix this evening CONCERT HOUR CHANGED. The Pioneer band has chanfr-d its concert hour on Sunday fn-ni 3 o'i'lock to '1 o'clock. The rhnng is m:r's on recount 0? the weather at this season: C sinnln the concert at 3 o'clock it pf -t-? chilly Ivfore the proiramme Is fin ished. That is. it is chl'.ly for some who are slttinc: aroiind enjoying th" music. The musicians themselves keep warm bv their exertions. POLICE COURT. The police court session yesterday proved to bf a very tamo affair. There were thro defend ants but there was nothlnc to represent them excepa their morey. All had he-rn released on bail and none of them ap peared. A Mexican accused of drunk enness, forfeited five doll :ts pnd two girls who were drivinpr about the city in a reeklr?s manner, forfeited t-yn dol lars each. AN UNTIMELY DEATH. Miss Mary Winters, cf Farpo, X. I)., died yesterday about noon at tnc family home on Xorth Fourth s-trect. of con sumption. Phe came here- a short, time asro with her sister and her father and mother. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Winters. In the hope that she inijrht regain hr health. The body will bt taken back to Farero for interment. Miss Winters was about twenty years old and was an estimable youn? weman. decidedly popular In Fartro, where shu war; well known. A couple ckf years ajo she pre- Closing Out ENTIRE LIME. Holiday 50 Per Cent. 33 Per Cent. 25 Per Cent. While They Last Our Last Year in Christmas Goods. CC. f 0pp. Court House. - I Goods DSCOUNTS: Plded a ciueen of a carnival held in that city, havinsr been elected by a ma jority of over riiiOij votes, the coini.pt lntf candidate being the daughter of the mayor. MORE CANAL CLEANING. The cleaning of the lizor.a canal. Which wv.s hecun two weeks ago, will be re sumed on tomorrow morning by an In oreused force of men and team--, and pushed to completion during t'nc ecm Iner week. Operations were suspended during the p.ift week. to give tr.e fni-mci'S a chance to wet up. Siiccrla tendent McDcrmott reports that he lms much difi'.nilty In scuiins; teams in do the -work, and is dis :npointed that the farmers of Clendale who have been making much compiainfrot" lite in their demands that the work should done, do not put their teams to work, and hdn the- 500I cuu-'e aloncr. while recelvinrr tcood pay for the service. O v lnjr to thece cli-.mlnif operations, th? water will bp in the Grand and Salt r.ivcr canals all this week. Klvins them another double run. HAWLEY'S CAMP MOVED. E. O. Hall, one of the engineers of th" end ostral survey, came to town vestordy while Mr. Hawley and others were en Kaged in mcvl'iE the kiips headquar ters from a point nearly south of Phoe nix, to Kyrene. The survey is now com pleted over the piater part cj the val ley. It becan above Mesa City and was continue ! west fin th tvi th f ide o!" the. river to the Asju.i Frla liver. Then rrrsslnjr the river. t'ne pene'-'d direction was east, on the south ,-ide. The por tion of the valky that remains ta be mapped lies south of Mepa City and Teir.po and east of the M. V. truck. this, however, is a la rjtft area. ::nl it Is expected that it will take two or three months more to finish the work UP TO MR. SPAU LDING! K. A. SpnuMir.ir hn ec; tr.e famous for hold- ir.rr the navel ormc? ch iriipionshin for many weeks and he had come to think his orchard was the limit. And it was till yesterday when ho had to yield the honor to Mrs. R. V. Curhman, who brc-upht to town an oran.q"1 to it weigh ed twent v-Sc Vi-n ouncfss in its bare feet, putting Mr. Fpaii!!inKs to the bad by two ounces. He died n m .1 and h l l to sre the fruit weighed, but V.e vn& came end accepted the decision of the scales with as good irrac e ar. possible. His little old twentv-five rrnce oranefs are r.ow In th" "also rac." class. Dut Mr. Spauldlnu is still in the competi tion, lie announced som.i time azri that he had a few good trees on whi h he had iuwr allowed the fru'.t to stnr. erfwint: and that if anyb' dy bea: 1;'. 1 . I record he Wc.uld raise ci ? to order that j couldn't be beat. It i3 r.ow uc to Mr.' So.iulding-. j V.'CTORiCUS CARLISLE. A tele-j cram was rec-eiv-il at the Indian school last night sayi::; that the Carlisle .'n-I dian football team which is in:!kir a! tcur of the country, hid overwhelm-, ingly deff-1;t"! the 1'ni vrrii v of I.'tah 1 team at Salt Lake, I'tah yester day twenty-two to nothincr. The la- ! dians will play an Al'-Paclflc team at 1 San Era r ri5-o oi I hr!s? m.i In th.' course of their forr.ier tour of the' country five years a.aj. thry defeated' the t'niversity of C;:lifoinia team, th e j coast champions that year, by a sick-I enlnsr score. One of the t'.irlisla play eis, when the eleven was here, speaking of the frame, said they had it in th' ir power all the time to make the jrame still more one-sided. The team now to 1 be put ngrainst them I- to be mad- nr ! of the best players 'on the coast. On Xew Year's day the Carlisle will play a. mixed Indian eleven at Los AtiKeles. Th;e will be pitted ajra!nt thorn th i; oid caj tain and oach, I'L-ree. The news of the succtss of the Indians is veiv Kratifyii'jr to Colonel Pratt, formerly superintendent of the Carlisle schf rd. and und' r whose manaKement the fame of th Indian football playns grew and spread. FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Monroe street and Second avenue, Pev. A. M. Gibbon", raptor. Sur-lay school at ff a. m. Kpw.-th 1 Ieatrue at 6:1.". p. m. Topic: "A hoice for Eternity." Luk 1B:lfi-rjl. n. E. Wil-( son, leader. Junicr Leslie at 3 p. m. 1 A srHTial Christmas service. Topic: "The Antfelri' Alessasre." I. like 2:2-2l. ' Ben Kimber. lea.ier. Puidic worship ;;l ' 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning se:mon, I "livino and Iliini.in ' 'opa ra n -rship": ! evening- st erner. " 1 : Manhood and Its Kewr.rd." All seats are frc-". You will find a cordial welcome. CHRISTMAS MUSIC. The Baptist choir will render th following- selec tions at the services today: "The In fant inir," W. It. Xeldlinper. Quartitt -: "Calmn on the Listening- Ear of Xiht.' 'O. M. Marston. nuaitette; ' The Star of Bethlehem." Stephen Adam. Miss Lulu Jewell; "Christmas Sop.sr." jdolphe Adams, Mr. Dow Daggett; "The Shadows of the Evening Hour." Vogrich, fuartette. The quartette is comjosed of Miss Jwr'l. Miss Parker, Mr. Daggett Mr. Coggins; accompan ist. Miss Halsey. A SCHOOL OF opened In the ing on January 4th. cast work. pupils ART Is to be Anderson build - There will be no start at once to draw from life. Persons de:-iring fur ther information may apply at rc 1 Xo. Hi. -between the hoars of D:30 a. in. and 1 p. in. WAXTED Experienced kecier. Apply at Xev Monday irorr.ir.g. lady York book Store Christmas Reminders House Jackets, Lounging Robes, Bath Robes, Fancy Hose, Silk Hose, Neckwear, Collars, Silk Suspenders Walking Sticks, Dent's Gloves, E. & W. Shirts, Knox Hats The McDougall & Cassou Go. 32 Wpst Washington Street. THE HUB95' Holiday Gifts in Useful Articles For Hen. Men's House Coats, Smoking Jackets, Lounging Robes, Bath Robes. Xo concern in tensively in this Hub. Phoenix deals so class of goods as the i-ii ill; SMOKING JACKETS. Double lat'c. $5 face to $: cloth. ilk and Mate- LOUNGING ROBES. Double fa-( I. silk and MatHasse, $10 to 25. BATH ROBES. Terrv and Turkish cloths, $5 to $25. a.--ar ;: mm? rEN'S GLOVES. All the t elt-bra ted makes. Dent's, rerrin's and Adler's, $1.00 to $2.50. k :Cil V.. ; fr$ MENS' FANCY VESTS. "The 11 ui" is uiiflouldedly hcad quarters for stylish fancy vt-sls; line silks. broadcloths, jiad merceriaocl silks; plain while, fancy figures. s;iot:i and stripes; single and double breast ed. Prices ranging from $2.C0 to $7.50. 'i FANCY I'ure silk, $1.50. HOSERYi Cashmere Silk lisle. 50c to $1.00. 35c to $1.00. MM v r car ; j , r-.,y-- - STYLISH NECKWEAR. Neckwear is always appropriate as a holiday pift, and our lines are re markable for their beauty and extent. The very finest of s-iiks in all styles and combination of colors, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50 end $2. HANDKERCHIEFS. Silk and Linen. We show an enormous assortment of Iinen and Silk Handkerchiefs in both plain and fancy silk, and initial. All Linen, ,25c, 50c, 75c, $1. Pure Silk, fancy, 50c, 75c and $1, White Silk, initial, 35c, 50c and 75c. White Silk, plain, 50c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. THE "HUB." II I 'H .."-.'Vvi v'jvf' HOLIDAY Cliristms Clippers PA, MA, BUB, SIS AND BABY. H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO COLUMBIA DISC GRAMOPHONE The best and Most Perfect Talking Machine selling at $20. and $30. Columbia Records and $10. per dozen. Just the thing for a Christmas present. . ORDER AT ONCE. mm m m mm. mm mm . . A Jm jm No. 37 N. First Aveuue. Tel. Red li'J5. For Sale,. Fine 20-a re ranch close in; good Im provements; water right, in Maricopa canal. m Sixty-acre alfalfa ranch wH'.i seven-' room hoiVe, well, wind mill, water piped to house, good shade, etc. A place to go on and make good livinsj from the start. A snap. Good 60-acre alfalfa ranch within four miles of town at a bargain. j Three fine homes on Xorth Center j street, five, ten and twenty acres of I land with each place. 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 for sale. E. A. Spaulding 41 West Adams Street The Best the Market j Affords at the Most 1 Reasonable Price. .': lbs. I'ure Icaf Iird 3Tc 5 lbs. I'ure I-af Iard 60c 11 lbs. I'ure Leaf Iird $1.2') ne gallon best oil ",",c one 5-gallon can Tcarl Oil 1.45 10 lbs. Cane Sugar Jl.oo' Two cans Chipped Deof 27c 2 Cans Corned Iteef 25c 1 package Scotch or Imperial oats.. 15c 6 bars family Soap 25c Pafford's Cash Store 29 South First Avenue. 'Phone Red 555. r.oiQwni n The Bicvcle Man Is Arizona asent for the Racycle, the bist and easiest riding wheel on earth. Keeps the largest ptonk of Tires and nundries. Most complete repair shop in the city. Xos. 7 and 9 S. First avenue. Gold Crowns, $5.00. Gold Fillings, $1.50 and up. Silver Fillings, 50c and up. Extracting, 50c. Ail Work Guaranteed. Consultation and Examination Free. r. R. E. Irvine Block, Next Door FOR YES, AND FOR THE DOLLAR., TOO. i wiASv..' mrz JlWQ-.... ..l.l...I....iM;..,l..ll..,...l.l...........l...4 imn f t I Carving Sets, Pocket Make We have a we would TALBOT Harry Hriley CHRISTMAS THELMA HAS ARRIVED in town and at the Brisley Drug Co. Call and see. They will explain the good qualities. They are busy filling prescriptions, but are alwa3s glad to speak of THELMA. BRISLEY DRUG CO. In Hold kjLjJJgTi'jTWTgTifl S3: FOR First class business location, room -25x140, with full lease, etc. Six large furnished houses for rent at prices ranging from $50.00 up. Hi) a cJ 16 NORTH CENTER STREET. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN! BEST PAYING RESTAURANT IN PHOENIX. Best of Reasons for Selling. For further information inquire of j. Ernest Walker, Real Estate, Loans, Insurance, ' 14-16 S. Second Ave, AfW.t!lg?HWtmtflW!'w urn ., ,y mmm, ..... DENTAL PLATES BRIDGE WORK $5.00 a Tooth HoIbrooK, to Donofrlo, Up Steers. 0.00 , ! Knives or Scissors Nice good line like to show you. . HUBBARD. C. A. Larson Adams RENT. 1 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. GIFTS.