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i l u THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN 3IOM)AV 3IOKXINCJ, DECE3IHEK 7, 190S. .,Il.iHt tuttM I IMH HI 1 It I iWhat, Oh WhatPli We know Just how you feel. Ynu don't know what to give for Christmas. Well, for a man, how about a box of Cigars or a Purse, a Tobacco Pouch, a Fountain Pen, a Hook. For a woman a Fountain Pen again or an Indian Basket, or say, here's what will gladden a woman's heart and no. mistake: Dainty Mexican Diyiwn Work, or a Box of Fancy Stationer', a Suit Case or a Traveling Pag. a subscription to her favorite Magazine. You are invited to come and see our stock. We have gath ered it for the express purpose of trying to fill your Christmas want. May we show you? Post Office News Store fif Christmas Post Cards in great variety 2 for 5 cents. ,!; , 1 ,; ;;,,;, H I ! ! 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1' I PHOENIX ACCOUNTING CO. Double and single entry books opened and kept by an experienced accountant. Work done quickly and accurately. Charges reasonable. P. O. Iiox 114S. I ARMOURS' $ Sweet Sixteen Calendar for 1909. 5- Simply send us four cents In 4. stamps to cover cost of mailing y 4. and one of the metal .inspection ' y seals from the top of a pail of J- X "Simon Pure" Leaf Lard, placed T C there by the government to in- X. v sure its being. 100 per cent Leaf 4 t Lard- ? I ARMOUR & CO., ? X Chicago, Dept. 10. The young man who goes to see his girl should have three kinds of 'fec tion along with him.- He should have affection in life heart, confection in his pocket, and perfection in his eye glasses, which latter means "Munson's Special" guards. DR. E. MUNSON Optician 118 W. Washington St Larson Says A pen that needs no dipping in the ink well a Fountain Ten is freedom from ink damages. It is always ready, giving ink as readily as your thoughts flow. We have them at $1.00 and $2.00. LARSON DRUG CO. N. W. Cor. Center and Wash ington Bta. AWARDED First Premium ARIZONA TERRITORIAL FAIR, 1908. OLIVE O.L. RIPE OLIVES. GREEN OLIVES. OUR "OLIVETTE BRAND" OLIVE OIL,1 RIPE AND GREEN OLIVES HAVE TAK EN FIRST 'PREMIUM FOR THE FOUR YEARS OF THE TERRITORIAL FAIR. MUNGER BROS. COMPANY DAILY AT THE FORD GRILL Shell Oysters, Clams, Mussells, Lobsters, and the best Steer Loin Steaks, Spring Chicken, etc iwwwwww in i, i ivi-,..nAuui . - .... i . ,,.,,.,.,. AiirV' 11SS VWt l."'vvvi"7.. "'-.V. ' -", v ' ' v,--t X I . "1"H 1 HIM llMIHllll Ml P?1JJI Local Daily Weather Report for I The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 5:30 p. in. yesterday. 5:30 5:30 a. m p. in. Rarometer, inches ...2!t.l6 30.02 Temier.!ture, degrees 47 59 Dew point, di-grees ..45 40 Humidity, ir cent ..93 50 Wind direction SK NW Wind velocity, miles 2 2 t .Rainfall, inches 0 .0 Weather iear .icar Mean daily humidity ... Mean daily temperature Highest temperature ... Lowest temperature .... Total daily rainfall .54 .64 .44 .00 Accumulated deficiency in temperature since January 1, 135 decrees. " Accumulated excess in rainfall since January 1, 2.01 inches. L. In'. JESUXOFSKT. Section Director. .1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 j 1 1 1 1 1 U I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 I Of Local Interest ? lH,.M H !' I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I H-H-H- E. J. BENNITT IS BACK E. - J. Rennitt returned Saturday after an extended trip in the east. He visited many of the principal cities. TWO EASTERN VISITORS H.a ton Wright of Xew Haven, Conn., and Ward Smith of Houghton, will spend the winter in Phoenix. They are staying at the Hotel Adams. WILL WINTER HERE Among .the newcomers in Phoenix who will pass the winter here are Mrs. J. D. Derby of Lansing, Mich., and Mrs. A. B. Williams of Warren, O. They have taken apartments at the Hotl Adams. ST. LOUIS MERCHANT A VISI TOR John A. Iescher of St. Louis and the Misses Amy and Certrude Lescher are staying at the Hotel Adams. Mr. Lescher is the senior member of the firm of Lescher & Sons, manufacturers of -.vire rope. AIRDOME Tonight two high class headline vaudeville acts will be pro duced in addition to the new special moving pictuers. Matthews, a revolv ing globe artist, has a very clever act and knows how to make it gj. Chas. Harrison, world's premier whistler and imitator from Keith's X. Y. the ater, is a strong attraction. Roth these acts are headline and are book ed solid through the east. Mr. Echlin announces from now on many new and novel attractions are already liooked. VALUABLE BULL TERRIER "Jerry" the valuable blooded bull ter rier In lorging to Partlett Heard, was seized with convulsions Saturday af ternoon and after tearing about the house dashed through a plate glass' window. He ran about the lawn foam ing at the mouth and snapping at any one who came within reach. Dr. J ('. Norton, the veterinarian, was sum moned and derided that nothing could be done for the dog. When "Jerry" had finally become exhausted he was c hloroformed. The dog was brought only recently from Chicago by Mrs. Heard and was a great et in the household. THE GREATEST OF CELLO PLAYERS It is a great thing for the city of Phoenix to entertain one of the world's greatest musical artistis. Last year the concert of Jan Kubelik, the brilliant Rohemian violinist, brought people from all oven, the terrtitory, and they would gladly make the trip to hear him again. This week Phoenix is to have a trio of ladies, embraHng not only one, but two of the world's most famous musicians, Maud Powell the great st living lady violinist and May Mukle the greatest of lady cello play ers: while Anne Ford the pianist Is ranked as a perfect accompanist and ensemble player. The bringing of these artists to Phoenix reiuiires an enor mous financial guarantee, and the price of seats has b-cn placed at as low a figure as possible. Many from Mesa ami Tempe have ' signified their intention to attend and it is more than likely that a special train will be ar ranged for. NEW CLUB MEETS At the first meeting of the Palette, Lyre anil Pen club held Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Crunn tem porary' organization was effected. Mr. Oninn was elected chairman of the meeting. It was decided that each gathering of the . club should be in charge of a chairman nominated by his predecessor. For the present fur ther officers will be dispersed with. Nearly all of the charter members were present. They are Mr. and Mr.s HERE THEY ARE Typewriters Smith-Premier S15.00 Smith-Premier No. 2 23.00 Densmore No. 5 S30.00 Remington No. 6 S-10.00 Remington No. 7 S45.00 Underwood No. 1 $40.00 Underwood No. 4..... $50.00 McNEIL CO. Opp. Court House. See West W indow. ISIS mmmmmmm&immmmmmsm iJifisJK GLOVES SILK HANDKERCHIEFS. LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, SLIPPERS. CUFF BUTTONS.; SCARF PINS. 11111 ; Mc&f Homer Orunn, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rollins. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hul- tt. Mr and Mrs. Charles Christy. Mr. and Mrs. Shirl. y ( hristy. Joseph Whee lock, Mr. and Mrs. Cate. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Eug lie Itede will, Mr. and Mrs. Studio, Mr. and Mr. Howe A. Williams, Roscoe Daw son and Miss Trunin. .Miss Sharlot Hall and .Mr. and Mrs. Harlow were elected to membt r.-!.ip. At the next ne eting of te dub which will be De cember ll"liss Maud T'ow. 11. the world renowned violinist, will be en tertained. WILLING TO MAKE RESTITU TION F.iluanla Hustainente who was arrested on Saturday f.r the robbery of Juan Cita on Friday after night, the robbery following an assault, yester day sent word to the victim tli.it he would like to give the money back. That was the first acknowledgement by Bustanvnte that there had been any robbery. No money had been f.utml and it was supposed to be concealed about Hustamciite's hvuse. Cota was glad to hear that for he was without a cent. Though he does not live here he has his family with him and they were dependent entirely on the iharitv of friends. The matter was laid before Justice Johnsto before whom the! case is pending. He a Ivi.M-d the ac ceptance of the money, sav ing that it would not interf -re in anyway with j the territory's case against the prison- ! er. Fall Shoes a.re Ready Sir: A splendid show- ing of Shoes of un usual Merit. H, A. DIEHL SHOE COMPANY THE LONGEST LETTER Its des tination was the Phoenix post office. According to a dispatch from Saratoga, X. Y., to The World, it was sent to Rensselaer Hill who is spending the winter in this city. It was a composite epistolary effort and was made up of messages written by a large number of friends. The letter was li'S feet long and was participated in by l."0 persons. "OUR AL" MAY LOOSE HIS HIDE Over in one eornep of the ticket office of the Southern Pacific "Our Al" sits all day and blinks his eyes waiting for some one to come along and tickle his nose with a straw. That is what Al likes and he i smiles beautifully and wags his tail when his nose is titilated. Al is short for alligator and he is said to : he the only ulligator ever found in the Sfilton sea. How he got there is a mystery as none of his parents or ; relatives have ever been seen! Pcr . haps Al rained down from the clouds or climbed out of n refrigerator ear as the train passed along the edge of the sea. Hut whether he ever i w:llowed in the Kverglades of Florida or was hatched on an alligator farm is not the question. The important ; item about him is that he has grown tremendously in the past few months and that his end is near. His early demise will be the result of his rapid i growth. J,. H. Iindis, the general agent, says that as soon as Al is big j enough to uiake a pair of boots out of he dies. Al now has enough hide : on him to make one No. 9 boot with ! a little left over. Sam P.owen says i that Al shall not die.' ''The beastie J belongs to me." said Bowen, "be ; cause I feed him. And besides, we j need him in the office as a ticket puncher." Finest Burbank potatoes ever brought to Phoenix $1.75 per cwt. at Crump Hay & Craiti Co. An Exceptional PreHoliday Showing. A vast, diversified, artistic collection, prepared for your personal as" "Well as presentation demands. The Holiday rush Is alniqst here those wise people who wish to do , lortable Christmas shopping should begin at -once. Kvery article pertaining to high class haberdashery is con venient to lay away; and you will feel better to have part of the buying .over. Choicest designs will, of course, go to those who make earliest selections. Then we have time now to show you a greater variety than will be possible later on. A Few Timely Suggestions NECKWEAR. SILK HOSIERY. FANCY HOSIERY. COLLAR BAG. BATH ROBES. mit. Yr-Trn t3lr t Jfeai -HJS- Of Course Xmas is Coming and you might just as well come in and buy your gifts now, have them laid away get your choice don't wait big stock FINEST LINE EBONY SETS, TOILET and MANICURE MILI TARY HAIR BRUSHES and SHAV ING SETS, DRESSING MIRRORS JUST SEE THE LINE. Holiday Per fume in packages and Stationery, Calen dars and Pads and new Xmas Post Cards and Booklets 2 for 5 cents and up. ELVEY & HULETT QUALITY DRUGGISTS NEVER SUBSTITUTE. 5-7 E. Washington St. Phoenix, Arizona. Phone YOUR HORSE NEEDS A GOOD WARM blanket; We carry the 5A line, best and clieap est. Also fine line of Lap Robes. Al ways glad to show our goods. n. PORTER SADDLE AND HARNESS CO. SPURS AND BITS. 40 West Washington St. Telephone Red 131. For the latest creations in glasses and mountings, see Swigfrt Bros., opticians, 17 E. Adams, phone red 2641. G OOD QUALITY fN MERCHANDISE IS REALLY A VALUABLE MEANS OF TEACHING ECONOMY. LOTS OF PEO PLE GO THROUGH LIFE THINKING THEY ARE ECONOMICAL WHEN THE FACT IS THEY'RE SIMPLY LOW PRICED. FOR A MAN LIKE THAT -ONE EXPERIENCE WITH OUR CLOTHES IS A LIBERAL EDUCATION IN THE REAL MEANING OF ECONOMY; HE LEARNS THAT BY PAYING A LITTLE MORE, HE GETS A GREAT DEAL MORE. THERE'S SUCH A THING AS PAYING TOO MUCH FOR QUALITY; MEN WHO MAKE THAT MISTAKE CAN LEARN SOMETHING, TOO, WITH OUR CLOTHES. :: The McDougall & Cassou Co mj-m west Cl IJ i ij. .jnucs, iiais iA til os? iJ- HOUSE COATS. UMBRELLA. SUIT CASE. CLUB BAG. PAJAMAS. Hi.. 1 A i 1 1U.'" 1. ;W-Hniiiiiiiiiiiiiniui' f Mexican I!: Drawn Work We have a large display of a T number of Handsome Pieces of 4 T Mexican Drawn W ork. Get a T piece now and send to your T friend back east. They will ap- t preciate it very much. GRAIN'S X 8TAT10NERY AND NEWS CO. f 11-13 N. Center St. Phon. Black 8071. Ill IHI'lfl M 1 1 1 1 I 111 1 U 1 r Baking Powder Absolutely Pure Wo guarantee it to be supe rior to any on the market Bread made from our Baking Powder is not only pure and 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 Fin st Burhank potatoes ever brought to Phoenix J175 per cwt. at Crump Hay & Grain Co. Washington St. j m t t- i . ana mens rurnisnings. , 1 m Miller-Sterling Company 9-1 1 . Washington St., Successors to E. L. Andrews & Son. The Store that Carries the Stock STOVES, RANGES, OIL HEATERS, STOVE BOARDSSTOVEPIPE, FIRE SETS, ANDIRONS, ETC. In fact everything essential to man's comfort during the winter sea son. Our lines are more complete than ever and our prices are right. TELL US ABOUT THAT BROKEN GLASS. WE DO ALL KINDS OF GLAZING. TALBOT & HUBBARD Hardware Store , ' ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. ARIZONA ELECTRIC COMPANY. V. R. NORRIS, PROP. TEL- BLACK 8534. 41 S. 1ST AVE. t Mil 1"I HlllrKlllllHIl You Can Do t Tour own Staining. Beautiful, Artistic and easily applied. Call jj and we will be pleased to tell anil show you. ? Long' Hardware Co. Center Street Hardware Stare X Dolls and Toys BUY NOW BEFORE ASSORT MENT IS BROKEN. OUR LINE IS LARGER AND BETTER THAN EVER. BerryhilTs Big Book Store "THE THIRSTY MAN'S RE TREAT." Monarch CANNED GOODS, PRE SERVES, KRAUT, JAMS, FRUITS, ETC. The finest Canned Goods sold In Phoenix. Try them. Phone your orders. Wetzler's Cash Grocery 85 West Washington Street. Remember our phone number Is RED 3391. (J I JJ- ' y JUST ONE Christmas gift for the whole family and that a ( VICTOR means a merry Christmas for all. Tfciuk that ovefy Ail the new records fr December, both Edison and Victor, are now on sale. About this time each year IM Fire Department is called out by us. Its members coilsist of J ARE YOU THINKING of getting anything in the Jewelry line Gems, Watcnes. Necklaces, Breast Pins? Let your thoughts ever revert to this salesroom as being the most satisfactory shop ping place, the best jewelry !-;art, in town. The stock here speaks volumes fof itself so ' does our service; prompt, efficient, cour teous, accommodating to a degree; 6 and 8 East Washington St. VI 1IIHIII11M1 M"H,,i"M"M"l"H"! ' GIVE IS A COMMEN TARY ORDER Brick Codfish, per lb 15 New Pink Beans, per lb J New Navy Beans, 4 lbs...2 New Lima Beans. 3 lbs...J3C EAT EMPRESS FLOUR. Coupons in every bag. Searchligh Matches, 6 box es 23 California Matches, 6 pack ages 2r Large Fat Mackerel lo Salmon Bellies 12 l'lIC We have Heinz Sauerkraut in bulk. inc. 3 lbs. for 25 50 to 60 Prunes J2 1 i2c D.W. Williams Grocery Co 42 No. First Ave. Phone Main 173 ArizonaCleaning&DyeWorks 235 E. Washington. Fhone 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. 5R0W, SMITH & BELCHER I PROPRIETORS. VAIIII I (T- r- I., for complaints about our meats. On the contrary you'll hear nothing but of good of them. It couldn- be otherwise. We handla onlv thi i ie- est grades on the market. That n '.? J sweet, tender. Juicy meats, wXic'h even th toothless cniilri nof find fault with. They almost melt in your mouth. Try them and .see. P. T. HURLEY The Central Market. 17 West Washington St. Phon Main 12. fell?