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THE ARIZONA KEI'UBLJCAX, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1904.
"GETTHE HABIT" OF DRINKING Hot Chocolate With... Whipped Cream AT Berryhill Book Store Don't overlook those gilt top books at 4Uc we are dis playing in our front window. About 500 different titles. Magazines received today "Burr Mcintosh," "10 Story Hooks " "Out West" and "Popular." Corner First and Washington Streets. ins left of his hijfh-heeled cowboy boots but two holes in his socks. Mr. Ford hopes to live forever but if he can't he wants to go to Texas when he dies. Sonora 'Telephone Do, A final block of 100 shares of the 8 per cent preferred stock of this com pany is offered for subscription at par ($100.00), This company owns con cessions for telephone systems in the cities of Guaymas and Hermosillo. The plant is now being installed as rapidly as possible. ' The dividends on this stock are guaranteed for a period of five years by the undersigned. R0Y& TITC0MB, Incorport'd Treasurers. Xogales, Arizona, Jan. 6th, 1904. f Of Local Interest. A VISITING OFFICER. City Mar shal Prince of Prescott was a Phoenix visitor yesterday. FUNERAL OF A. F. C. KIRSCHOFF The funeral of A. F. C. -Kirsehoit will take place on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the family residence of Fast Adams street. GONE TO BUY GOODS. Ike Dia ti'ond of the Boston store will leave t nisht for the eastern markets on the annual sprins: purchsisinjr tour for that firm. He will be gone about three weeks. AN UNFORTUNATE MAN. Sherif Roberts of Prescott came down yestei l;iy morning from Prescott, bringing with him George Giles who was com mitted to the insane asylum. Mr. Giles has been night policeman in Prescott for several years and his loss of isason seemed to come upon him quit? sud denly a few days ago and is without apparent explanation. RED MEN WILL ORGANIZE. Maricopa tribe No.' 19 Improved Order of Red Men will probably be organized in this city next week. The first meet ing of those signing the charter list will be held in Masonic hall next Tuesday night at 8:30 o'clock, at which time it is expected all who have signed thp mil will K Vi,i.i nrrtmnt. ly. The hour has been made a little ; 4WI-i late lor the accommodation of those i P1TR. VONAI - - - - ... w.. v.. j V . . . . . . About fifty !t is expected will be pres ent at this meeting and there are, per haps -,as many more who will be taken in. at the meetings to be held shortly afterward. It is also the purpose of the local members of the order to or ganize a lodge of the Pocahontas de gree as soon as possible after the buck Injuns have organized. PRATT'S PREDICAMENT. United States Marshal McCord went to Pres cott yesterday morning, returning bn this morning's train with two pris oners. One is a Chinaman found guilty of being in this country and sentenced to deportation. The. other prisoner is A. A. Pratt who is brought here to answer to the next United States grand jury for embezzling money from the postotfice at Wicken burg while acting as postmaster a year or so ago. He was arrested near Salt Lake City some months ago on a var iety of charges and brought back to Prescott. Recently all the local charges were dismissed by reason of inability to secure the necessary witnesses, ex cept the postoffice charge and that al lege'd offense must necessarily have been committed in this county. A BEREAVED PARENT. Rev. Bu'gbey of Waverly. III., arrived here yesterday morning in response to in formation that his son, a y.oung man of about 24 or 25 was lying at the point of death. When he got here he was f ' - v. , v. .J , I I win Winter. New Orleans; Chas. Bosn- , Tt VT T , 1 . "r- 'Ing. Redlands; G. . Roxve. Denver: The following named were registered J:t the Adams street yesterday: Mn. II. P. Anewalt, Pres-.-oU; W. A. Drake, Prescott; Henry Lamb, Los Angeles; A. E. Phahan. Los Angeles; H. H. Mor ris, Los Angelas; S. Greenwood, Chica go; Dr. John K. Walls, Prescott; Geo. A. Cook. Chicago; G. II. Sswart, Cali fornia; J. P. Hallburg. Denver; C. D. Baldwin, New York. Mrs. Kate Bush nell. New York, and ti. A. Packard, Bisbee. At the Commercial .hotel yesterday the following guests wer? registered: Geo. M. Yerkes, Columbia, A. T.: Geo. B. Wilcox. Tombstone: Samuel Hill, S?.n Francisco; W. S. Rugby, Waverly, Ills.; John Carney, Chicago; F. M. North, Los Angeles: Joe Wa :h"ldr, Los Angeles; Mrs. Whitney and com panion; Wm. li. Flansburg, Lo3 An ;reles: J. C. Counts, Risboe; Wm. Blowers. Kans.it City, and U. Neltel, Congress. Among those leaving via the S. F., P. & P. this morning were: Jos. H. Kib bey, Washington; Geo. M. Yeakel, New York: E. P. Leicht, San Francisco; E. J. Mills and wife. Riverside; S. B. Mills, E. Simmney, Centralia, Mo.; W. W. Keith, Portland, Ore. The following named were passengers on last night's outgoing M. & P. train: C. R. Seifreid, Tucumcari, N. M.: Ed- EB3S Z3 ' AUCTION! Saturday. Jan. 16, at 2:30 o'clock p. i Where the Biggest Assortment of Useful Goods Will Be Sold to the Highest Bidder. 1 a few hours before, at the Arizona sanitarium where he has been stay ing recently. He died of lung trouble having come here two or three months ago seeking relief and till recently, lived in a tent north of ' the city. Rev. Bugby was informed of his pre carious condition and knew that he could not recover but he did not think the end was so near at hand. He will leave for home this evening taking the body with him for interment. BACK FROM TEXAS. Bert Ford returned yesterday morning from a two months' visit in Texas which is his native state. He says he had an elegant time after he got acquainted with his surroundings for it was the firs time he has been back for twenty four years. In fact it is the first time he has" been anywhere except Cali fornia and Nevada and they let any body go there so it don't count. They Oswell Link, Denver; F. L. Wilson amJ wife, El Pa-o; W. J. Kennedy, Los An geles; Mrs. C. V. Kennedy, Lo-? Angeles; T. E. Thompson. Stockton; Merritt Tut tle. Soldiers Home. R. Nettel! arrived here yesterday from Globe. o A VACATION TAKEN A Recess of the Supreme Court Until Monday. There was a very short session of the supreme court yesterday. The only mat- ter before the court was the Copper j King of Arizona, appellant, vs. Peter Johnson et al., from Cochise county. I The case had been set for argument yesterday but it was submitted on Bedroom Sets. Sideboards. Brass Beds. Iron Beds. Oak Beds. Hall Racks. Dining Tables. Center Table. Dining Chairs. Kitchen Chaiis. Rockers. Wicker Rockers. Ice Box. Clothes Closet. CONSISTING OR Piano. Mattresses. Springs. Folding Couch. Roll Top'Desk. Book Case SDeskConi'd Two Top Buggies. One Surry. Porch Settees. Comfortables. Lace Curtains. Rugs. Brass Curtain Rods. Lamps all kinds. Granite ware. -Hatchets. Hammers. Keyhole Saws. Panel Saws. Handy Vises. Paint Brushes. Bread Knives. Cottage Barometers. Handy Spirit Level. Plastering Trowels. Scissors, all sizes. Glassware. China. had to keep him chained tin the first ! orieis. it is a suit to quiet title aia four days till he could tret used to. the i 'vvas brought by the appellant to quiet air and absorb the proper Texas tem perament. Then he was hobbled and turned loose and eventually allowed to title to various mining claims adjoin ing its property to. which it set up that Johnson had an adverse claim. John-! roam at will. He kept unearthing old Rn fi'ed a cross complaint setting forth friends till Texas gradually assumed I that the copper company pretended to the rosy tints of paradise, as near as j have an adverse claim. In the court he can judge by press reports con cerning prevailing conditions in that region. At Bonham lie was below judgment was given Johnson. There was a sort of an understand- lionized ' ing that the cqe of Johnstone vs. Rob- properly. A big dance was arranged ertson would be 'revived yesterday by for him and the wealth and beauty of j the vacation of an order of last Tue.i the whole country turned out from : day dismissing an appeal. But Afsj Grapevir.e Eend to Eage Creek. When I ciate Justice Davis had gone to Tncson the function was over there was noth- ! and would not return until next Mon- DON'T MISS THIS SALE IF YOU WANT GOODS AT YOUR OWN PRICE. Commoion wealth Aductioo Co 26 and 28 West Adams Street. E. MICHEL, Auctioneer. 9 aaiwr fir J day. Nothing could be done in th.3 matter in his absence. An adjournment was taken until Monday. The usual law day of the; district court of this district will be ob served today. It is thought that all the btiriness iir.- swim in New York must pay out about mediately befo: e the supreme court will ' 8500 in flub dues yearly. The expen be dirrc.sed of next week. diture is like an admission fee to a o jcounty fair, as it gives only the priv- COST OF BEING A CLUBMAN. i i-ege of spending real money. The du.s A bachelor to be thoroughly in the ; to the Union club are $75: the Raquet $75; the coaching J35; the Tuxedo $100; University $60; Riding $100; Country $75; New York Athletic $50: Fencers $30; New York Yacht $25. Th initiation fees run between $100 and $500. MHMMBBH . jtmtmmmammm fit it i i . i i i im m i 1 1 . i n - n mi i mi mi iamMii.rii iiniiMMJMMiMMMBTii I inrnu-iraiiiiniiiii-'i inn ilia. - m mn in iimin pnim- I 1 if ririm M , M HLjmr3 i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i APPRO ACMES ! One More Day Today and the Greatest Slaughter of Merchandise Known to Phoenix Trade will Be a Matter pf History. UMDERWEAR FOR WOMEN 'AND CHILDREN. 2y2 K 4 LADIES RIBBED VESTS High neck and long sleeves' medium weight, ecru color, actual 20c value Sale Price each .v LADIES'' HEAVY RIBBED VESTS AND PANTS fleece lined, gray or ecru, all sizes, worth up to 65c. Sale price, A JZ each '. J MISSES' UNION SUITS Gray, ribbed, fleece lined, all sizes. Worth up to 40c O f Sale Price, garment mCmJ HOYS' UNION SUITS Oneita style, all ages. Worth up to 6c. Sale A A C Price T"T"L Ladies' and Children's Hosiery. LADIES' BLACK COTTON HOSE Seamless, fast dye, regular 10c grade, "7 Sale Price, pair I LADIES' BLACK COTTON HOSE 40 gauge dropstitched, Hermsdorf black. A splendid 2; grade. Sale Price, 1 fT pair I cl MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S BLACK LISLE HOSE nearly all sizes. Dirt cheap 1 Q 1 at 20c. Sale Price, pair : I 2 INFANTS' CASHMERE WOOL HOSE In black, pink and skv pure wool Sizes 4 1-2 to 6. Worth 25c. Sale Price, 1 ? J- pair I Cm 2 10.00 For Men's $15.00 Suits. What's the Use of Paying More? Come tomorrow with the expectation of seeing the greatest bargains ever offered. THEY ARE LEGITIMATE. You may rest assured that you vriil not be disappointed. Suits made of Black Clay Worsted, Blue Serge, Fancy Worsteds, Cheviots and Scotch Tweeds In a beautiful vr-riety of designs trimmings, linings and work manship in every garment first-class in every respect. Positively worth S12.50, $14.00 and $15.00, and you won't be able to match them elsewhere for any less. Choice of Suits, Today DOMESTICS. Cheaper than ever. u ' f 0 i-2c Standard Prints 1 ' A 3 Sale Price, yard 4 10c Outing Flannel, light or dark colors, best grade. Sale Price, 7 I X yard , 12 20c Flannelettes, 34 inches wide, A special, yard . . . r It 36-inch Silkaline, A Sale Price, yard I U 36-inch bleached Muslin, Sale Price, yard bU 1Q 5000 yards of Ginghams A. F. C. and Red Seal the best i2c .Ginghams in the market, stripes and checks, beauti- Q p ful patterns. Sale price, yard. .... J v TABLE LINEN. BEDSPREADS. CROCHET BED SPREADS, full size, splendid 72-inch Bleached Table Damask, handsome designs, $1.00 value. Sale 7C o-0od value at 7'.c Sale ' A Q fl J Prirp vi rd ilU j Price LININGS. 1200 vards of Near Silk, Spun Glass and Ter- caline nearlv all colors Sold everywhere at I2.!c. Sale Price, yard '. 9c HONEY COMB BED SPREADS Large size, ex- CREAAI TABLE DAMASK Extra heavy, Ger tra heavy, plain or fringed, extra good value at man ma(lc all linen -Q jnchCS wide, worth qoc $l.20:...;s ....... 69c 50 DOZEN OF WINDSOR TIES Strictly pure silk, in plain or fancy effects, large variety to pick from. Always Cp sold for 25c. Sale price, each I Jv 19-INCH TAFFETA SILK, black and white checks, advertised elsewhere fj Q p at 79c. Our price, yd 9jj 36-Inch Unbleached Iuslin. Sale AC Price, yard ! l v I2jc Unbleached Cotton Flannel, heavy weight. Sale Price, 7 p yard IJl Sheets and Pillow Cases. 65c Bleached Sheets, good quality, A C Size 72x90. Sale Price I'd m 75c Bleached Sheets, good quality, C fT Size8ix90. Sale Price .del 12 i-2c Pillow Cases, hemmed, Size I A 42x36. Sale Price I U y 5