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THE AHIZOXA KErUr.LlCAN SUNDAY 3IORMXC, XOVE3IBER 20, 1908.
ft at ALSO SALE ON $ SKIRTS and t SHIRTWAISTS y ' i: ? COMFORTERS at very low prices THIS WEEK i It H E FAIR? 212 East Washington. 4w4--ii-i-ii..t, , a, 1 1 1 h ARMOURS' Sweet Sixteen Calendar for 1909. Simply send lis four cents in stamps to cover cost of mailing and one of the metal inspection seals from the top of a pail of -Simon Pure" Leaf Lard, placed there liy the government to in sure its being per cent Leaf Lard. . ARMOUR & CO., Chicago, Dept. 10. i i .;x-X":"-:-x--:-x-x-!-m-h-x It's All In The L Quality in Glasses flepemlf entirely on the lens. True, the skill of the optician must be considered, for the best lenses made would do you no good if improperly fitted. It's our business to fit glasses correctly. And r.!v.rvs advise the use of good lenses. -If it's for the eyes, the best is none too good." DR. E. MUNSON Optician ;:. 118 W. Washington St. Prescriptions Are never filled out right un less filled exactly as the doctor indicated' that they should be filled. Ask any doctor in ; this locality as to the way we prescriptions. fill LARSON DRUG CO. N. W. Cor. Center and Wash ington Bta. You Must Stop FOR A COOL ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHT'S REST MARICOPA. ARIZONA. trsS; '?:Sdustry. Help me Yim--imf-dli . guana save mum.-, ! too, by buying your ' Trunk. Suit Case or -Hi A.-i - "3 B.ng at the PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY. 4:" W. Washington St Tel. Red 8394. Old Trunks taken In exchange. AWARDED First Premium ARIZONA TERRITORIAL - FAIR, 1908. OLIVE O.L. RIPE OLIVES. GREEN OLIVES. OUR "OLIVETTE BRAND OLIVE OIL, RIPE AND GREEN OLIVES HAVE TAK EN FIRST PREMIUM FOR THE FOUR YEARS OF THE TERRITORIAL FAIR. fUNGER BROS. COMPANY We are selling uur HATS OFF i Daily Weather Report I Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today: Fair and colder. ,. Data for 24 hours ending 5:30 p. m. yesterday. 5:30 a. m - Rarometcr. inches ...30.04 Temnorature. decrees 46 5:30 J Dew point, degrees ..45 Humidity, per cent . Wind direction EflT Wind velocity, miles 2 Rainfall. Inches 04 Weather . . Cloudy Lt. Rain "Venn il.iilv hnmiditv "8 Mean daily temperature Highest temperature Lowest temperature .... Total daily rainfall ...50 ...57 ...44 ..0.08 Accumulated deficiency i temperature since January 1, 133 degrees. Accumulated excess in rainfall since January 1. 1.36 inches. L. X. JESUNOI'SKY, Section Director. f ,1;H M"H"i"H-H-M' 1 1 ' I"H 'M' V p. ni. i 31.0S 11 60 J NE T 11 f .04 I ! OF LOCAL INTEREST I fj J jtj RECENT ARRIVALS Among those J 'arriving in the., city recently were Mr. Yjand Mrs. F. X. Slagle of Lamed. Kas.. $ I and Mr. and Mrs. CI. F. Devine of Cin 5cinnati. for more or less extended vis i its. aid H. H. Connelly of Golufied, , who is here on mining business. GOING TO MEXICO Geo. A. Cush ing who has held the position of store keeper for the M. & P. and P. & K. railroads, has been made chief clerk to the general storekeeper of the Ran dolph lines and will shortly go to So- nora. He is succeeded by H. M. Park er. TUCSON .SOLDIERS The project of forming a militia company in Tuc son has finally assumed definite shape and a petition looking to that end sign ed by forty-four young men of that city, was received yesterday by Adju tant General Coggins and passed along to the governor. BASE BALL SUNDAY-t-The base ball game which was scheduled to h:.ve b.-en played between Mesa and Phomix on Thanksgiving day and which was side tracked at the last minute owing to inadverdant causes will be pulled off Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Fastlake lark. The two teams are in good shape and the grounds have be. n rolled and will be in excellent condition. This game promises to be a close one and un doubtedly there will be a large at tendance. ' MRS. SINGLETON DEAD Mrs. J. j II. Singleton died at the family home i northeast of rhoer.ix Friday nlht. having been an invalid for a hng tim 'and coining here with her husband Uev. J. II. Singleton, about a year ago. in the hope of lettering her health. She was 31 years old and is survived here I by both her husband and father. Their i former home was in the state of Washington. The funeral services will j be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at i the residence and will be conducted by j Kev. II. M. Campbell. I A PASTOR SURPRISED Iast ! ; Monday night Rev. and Mrs. Forman j i were genuinely and agreeably sur- prised by a large number of friends j ; and members of the church, who pre- j sented themselves at the parsonage ; ! with arms laden with many a good I thing to cat. such as potatoes, flour I and canned fruits. Games were in j dulged in and in the course of the ! evening corn was popped and served. ! after which thanks were expressed to ! the Heavenly Father for ail the kind ! nesses represented by the pleasant oc i casion. i ! MUSICIANS' CLUB The next meeting of the Musicians' club will be held at the residence or Mrs. t.. J. Shaw corner of 2nd avenue and Mon- roe street. It will be an informal ceotion and musicale on Monday eve- nint? December 7th. Each memlier of the club will have one guest and it is honed that there will be a large number present. Several num'iers will be given by some of the talented musicians who are spending the win ter in Phoertix. SERVICES AT BETHEL There will be preaching at Ilethel church -by the pastor. Rev. G. W. Forman. Ser vices 11 a.m. Subject, "The Chris tian Admonition." Preaching at 7:.1l p.m. Subject, "Works, a Failure." Sunday school before the morning service and F.pworth League meeting lefore the evening service. At the T.rnver meetings Wednsday night, a Hible study of the book of John being conducted, followed by a mis - sion study class under the direction 1 HERE THEY ARE Typewriters Smith-rremier S13.00 Smith-Premier No. 2 S23.00 Densmorc No. 5.... S30.00 S 10.00 S45.00 Remington No. C. Remington No. 7. Underwood No. 1 10.00 Underwood No. 4 S50.00 McNEIL CO. Opp. Court House. See West Window. of the League. An invitation is ex tended to all who can to attend these services. FINE WRITING The Valley Tea and Coffee House has attracted large numbers of people to the window of the store the past two days by the. exhibit on the front glass of some of the post cards that wire sent to the h'ouse during the recent contest, which consisteil of seeing who could write "Valley Tea and Coffee House" the most times on the back of an or dinary Vnlteil States postal card. Not withstanding the fact that it was nec essary to rend without a magnifying glass, one young lady wrote it plainly 105a times. It. could be read easily without the aid of any kind of glass. THE MAUD POWELL CONCERT CO. All subscribers for tickets to the Maud Pow ell com rt' which will take place Friday evening, Dec. 11th, at the Arizona School of .Music; will be given two days in advance to reserve their .-eats, before the general seat sale be gins. Subscription tickets may lx found lit the Adams Pharmacy, at the Uodewill Music Co. and at the School of Music by Tuesday. 1 lie concert company is composed rif Jur.id Powell, the greatest of Hying lady violinists; May Jlukio who ranks first among cel lo players, and Anne Ford, a gifted F.nglish pi. mist, and the appearance of the famous trio lure will be an event musically, next to that of the Jan Ku belik concert last season. AIRDOME THEATER The Air dome theater opens tonight wi'h a new change of. pictures and a full or chestra. Monday night will mark the novent of those two clever song and ! dance artists. "T!ip Newmans." This j team comes to Phoenix well recom- j mended. They have just finished a ten weeks' cnTrT''iii"iit at the Full. ire I in San Francisco where they wre or- ! iginally ho.,kd for two weeks. This j specks well for their act and the pa- ' trons of the Airdoine may look for something special, Man.igi r Kchlin is not afrind to spend the money neces- i sary to bring good ai ts to his theater ! and the patronage he has enjoyed dur- i ing the past few months has demon- ; strated to him that the Phoenix punlie know what is "worth, wiyle" 'and wiil introniz" "a B'"l show" even in dull ; times. . The Airdoine. which is now j enclosed and comfortably heat. d, has I ben crowdtd for the past So days, in ; fact the busin. rs has been pin-nominal ; Marvin, the "handcuff king" will come j to the Airdome soon and Mmag.r; Fchlin states he has hooted some ex ceptionally good a- ts for the holiday season. Fall Shoes, are Ready Sir: A splendid show ing of Shoes of un- usual Merit. H. A. DIEHL SHOE COMPANY . ruiNtnAL I his AUtKNyon The funeral of lsml ire Mele.. r will be re-jheul this afternoon at 2 o'clock at -he i family home number "10 North Center street Interment will be made in Jreenwood cemetery. Y. M. C A. MEETING Thv Y. M. C. A. meeting will be held at 3 o'clock this ai't'Tiioon in the Central M. K. church and will be addressed by Prof. Stabler of the I'nion High school. There will also be music by a new quartette under the direction of Clyde Kvans. PHOENIX CHORAL SOCIETY The phoenix Choral society, und r the direction of T. Francis Hughes, will sing Handel's great oratorio of "The Messiah" C'hiistmas wick. The- interest shown in the rehearsals vry Monday evening, and the increased membership is i assures that this wiil bo the most suc- jcessful y.r in the history of the or- i gani.ation. j BAND CONCERT The Industrial I Liberty band und" the leadership of Y. ' Hustors. ! afternoon i will give a coni-ert this - it the court house plaza at .J o'clock. The program will be as fol lows: March. Our LcanVr, Holl; Haba nesa, Kisamilla, K. Red la; CraniT over ture, I'aust. Gounod; Waltz, Tout I ill IS, it II U .1 '0 , 1 111 l 'I III' .. , J .1 VI - !me Pill. J. '. Reed, (irand Selections,''; ' Hvgenots, Meyerbeer; March, Crusad- er, Sousa. ! TRINITY .CHURCH Services will i be held today. First Sunday in Advent, in Trinity Church, South Second ave nue, the Rev. Julius W. Atwood, rector, las follows: Corporate Connnunion for nu n at !t o'clock; Kindergarten and Sunday school at 1ft o'clock: Morning Prayer and sermon at 11 o'clock, sub Kit of sermon 'Some temptations and difficulties of young nu n." Service in Tempo at 3:3ft o'clock. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ, Scientist, postoffice building, entrance on Monroe street. Morning service at 11 a.m. Subject of Lesson-Sermon, "Ancient and Modern 1 Necromancy or Mesmcrian and Hyp notism." Sunday school at 9:4T a.m. ; Wednesday evening meeting at 7:3ft. ! RcaUJng rooms ojK'n daily to the pub lic will be found at same address where all authorized Christian Science litera- 11 mm WWmrFl V'.zi flgfl- FJ f i iITi T a Ji B kw rtki fV- IS 'Ml m Special Price M Don't Think that We Sell Nothing but Drugs That's Conceded by Everybody and the purest too. Just now we are offering the most wonderful selection of Hair Brushes ever displayed. We have them for 35c and up. Our Christmas goods now displayed. EJvey Quality Say to the Clerk "I S2w it in The Republican" Out of town folks, send HAND MADE STOCK SAD DLES, LARGEST and BEST LINE IN TERRITORY. ALL KINDS, ALL PRICES. N. PORTER SADDLE AND HARNESS CO. SPURS AND BITS. 40 West Washington St Telephono Red 131. ture may welcome. be purchased. Visitors are FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner Third Ave. and Monroe street. Pastor, j Rev. Orville Coats, residence 21!; est j X(.w Orleans. Nov. 2S. Plans for a Adams street. Preaching at 11 a.m. and ! Pixty-day race meet at Kl Paso, Tex.. 1::: p.m. Sunday school at 9:4.", a.m. ,.re consummated here today. Dan ;:;raea class for young men. Rible T- Murray of Chicago has been se classes for adults. Welcome for every- ; leot).j as one (lt t!le jujges. body. The pastor will preach in the i 0 morning on "Men's Place in the King dom." Kvangelistic topic in the even- ! I have clients wanting COPPER ing. Junior I'nion at 3 p.m. Baptist j MIXIC. Will pay up to five million Young People's union at 6:30. Mid- . dollars. Must stand rigid examination v eil; service Wednesday evening at 'by real miners. Will deal with owners ':?.'. Sunday School Teachers' Train- j only. Address, Walter R. Kibbey, C26-7 ing class on Friday at 7:30 p.m. ; Security Uldg., Los Angeles, California. -K-5H-X:-H"H-H- it Full Dress and Tuxedo Suits CORRECT NEW YORK MODELS, DIGNITY AND STYLE THEY FIT PERFECTLY You should see the superb and elegant Evening Clothes which we are showing Suits of princely quality and style. Propor tions so varied that almost every man can be accurately and becomingly fitted. This Is the shop where styles are unfail ingly correct and qualities unapproachable. 1 ' The McDougall & Cassou Co Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Men's Furnishings. j J. ! "j j X V i y 4"H--H"H"HK--H-4 Phone Main ONE 5 and 7 East Washington & Huettj Druggists Never Substitute us your Drug order. Mexican I Drawn Work We have a large display of a number of Handsome Pieces of Mexican Drawn ork. Get a piece now and send to your friend back east. They will ap preciate it very much. GRAIN'S STATIONERY AND NEW8 CO. 11-13 N. Cantor 8L Phono Black 8071. H M 1 ! M ! 1 ! M 1 ! 1 M M l H- Baking Powder Absolutely Pure We guarantee it to be supe rior to any on the market. I tread made from our Baking Powder is not only pure anil light, but white; has no yellow ish tint. Why not get the best? It costs you no more. Your money cheerfully refunded if you are not satisfied. A guar antee goes with every can. Let us enroll you with our long list of customers. Valley Tea & Coffee House 131 N. Center "St. EL PASO, RACING CENTER. TATION your ELF . in our TORE We have a fine new line of Stationery. Art. Calendars and Leather Goods, which you will do "Well to consider in your plai-for Christmas buying. Miller-Sterling Company 9-11 E. Via thing ton St., Successors to E. L. Andrews & Son. The Store that Carries trie Stock m About stoves, ranges, oil heaters, stove boards, stovepipe, fire sets, andirons; etc. In fact everything essential to man'.; cemfort during the winter sea son. Our lines are more complete than ever anil our prlce3 are right. TELL US ABOUT THAT KINDS OF GLAZING. TALBOT & HUBBARD Hardware Store ELECTRIC IRONS AT THE Arizona Electric Company TEL. BLACK 8534. V. R. NORRIS, PROP. 41 S. FIRST AVE. I Poc&et Knives t PEARL AND STAG HANDLED I ' VERY CHEAP - I AT X Long Hardware Co. ! Center Street Hardware Store LION U MOUSE Join our Library and read all the latent Fiction. Costs you 10c the Copy Berryhill's Big Book Store "THE THIRSTY HANS RE TREAT." Monarch CANNED GOODS, PRE SERVES, KRAUT, JAMS, FRUITS, ETC. The finest Canned Goods sold in Thoenix. Try them. Phone your orders. Wetzler's Cash Grocery 35 West Washington Street. Remember our phone number Is RED 3391. Big Shipment of Hand Painted China Justin. See the line of plates we x are showing jj; F. A. Hilderbran & Co., I 10-12 West Wash. St., - - Phoenix, Ariz. J TARE AND WELL new TATIONERY this time each year IM Fire Department is called out by us. Its members consist of BROKEN GLASS. WE DO ALL ARE YOU THINKING of getting anything' in the Jewelry line Gems, Watches, Necklaces, Iironst Pins? Let your thoughts ever revert t this salesroom as being the most satisfactory shop ping place, the best jewelry mart, in town. The stock here speaks volumes for itself so does our service; . prompt, efficient, cour teous, accommodating to a degree. 6 anil 8 East Washington St. GIVE US A COMPLIMEN TARY ORDER Brick Codfish, per lb 15 Xew Pink Beans, per lb 5C New Navy Beans, 4 lbs 2o New Lima Reans. 3 lbs HoC EAT EMPRESS FLOUR. Coupons in every bag. Searchlight Matches, 6 box- 25 California Matches, 6 pack ages "--23 Large Fat Mackerel 15 Salmon BeHies ' 12 l-2 We have Heinz Sauerkraut In bulk, 10c. 3 lbs. for 25 50 to CO Prunes 12 12 ' D. Wi Williams Grocery Co 42 No. First Ave. Phone Main 173 ArizoiiaCleaning&tfyeWorks 235 E. Washington. Phone Blk. 2031. THE PALACE PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. Strictly on the European plan. Rooms by the day, week or month. Finest Bar and Club rooms in the Southwest. BROW, SMITH & BELCHER I PROPRIETORS.