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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN WEDXE
DAY MORNING, SEPTE3IBER 10, 190S.
Fourth Arizona Fair,
Phoenix, Nov. 9-14,
'08. Attractions Extraordinary.
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IFMrS8 fj'fl C!raffSfS'5 '08. Attractions Ex- I
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Ladies' Fine Tailored Suits
m Regular Price
HIS Sale is the talk of the town. The big crowds that floik to our store daily all look with wonderment when
they glance at the ridicuously low prices we are maki on our immense stock of new and seasonable merchan
dise. Never before have they had such an opportunity to secure bargains like these we are offering. You should
call and be convinced. Time is short when we shall mqve our new quarters, the building is soon to be completed.
We are determined to dispose"of our entire stod so that we may open our new store with an
entirely new stock of Merchandise. Nothing 'iwUI be reserved. Lay In your supply.
We are quoting below a few of the many valueso be gotten at this sale. Look them over and should they
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appeal come in and invest.
Off Regular Price
ONE BIG LOT OF FANCY
GINGHAMS Suitable for chil-
drcn's wear. Would be cheap
at 13c yard. Sale price, per
ONE NICE LOT OF FRENCH
PERCALES Positively the best
quality; fully yard wide, most
ly light grounds with neat
stripes and figures. Regular f
15c quality. Sale price
64 INCH WIDE BLEACHED
TABLE V AM ASK Nice as-
sorted patterns, 40c and 43c
quality. Sale price, yd 22'2
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Reversible Suitings jvE? Bed Sheets
2rj. 0 & """J1 -V K &r- BEST QUALITY "BED SHEETS Seamless, wide hem. an
REVERSIBLE SUITINGS in the most up-to-date patterns, Ygfa J i 1 flj W Jf SST& J
J?? iLyIV J & J9fjf TIj&s It Vs A JffJi-J ? extra EOOd heet at 73c- SaIe pr,ce' each 59
checks, stripes and plaids. Look lilce the finest of woolen J k&T CtSY Jbf k'&Sr ' f
fabric. Mill make up neat and suitable for women',, misses. ,f-Lx ; ' ' ' j LadlCS' Hail dkCfChiCf S
and children's wear. Especially suitable for children's school fcM Wtiibf ' ' ' ! LADIES' CROSSBAR HANDKERCHIEFS, oft quality. look
wear. Never sold for less than 25c yard. Sale price, ! like the better kind. Worth 10c and' 12 l-2e each. Sale
J yard 12 1-2 V . price, each 5
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ED BED SHEETS
Well seamed, ready for
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use. A-Suai vaiue boc
ONE BIG LOT OF MEN'S
UNDERWEAR IN THE BAL
BRIGGAN AND FANCY RIB
BED UNDERWEAR Well
made, all sizes. Worth 43c and
50c a garment.. Sale price, gar
ONE LOT OF "POROSKNIT"
UNDERWEAR Well' made,
neatly finished, always sells at
50c a garment. Sale price, per
Men's Soft Shirts
A BIG SAVINGS ON MEN'S
SOFT SHIRTS $1.00 quality,
sale price, each 73d
$1.25 quality, sale price, each..
$2.00 and $2.50 quality, sale
price, each Sl.5
Open every night until 12 o'clock.
Merchants Lunch H 30 to 1:30
Short Orders from f u-tn. to g p.m.
DUTCH LUNCHES ALL HOURS.
Private rooms for ladles or parties.
BANQUETS or iPREADS for ail
OF COPPER FIGURES
Arizona's Leadership Last Year Offi
cially Verified, Though Montana's
Production the Year Before Exceeded
the Arizona Tonnage.
it's SartRltesin fomM
A POSITIVE CURE
or the Kladder and UiseaW
Kidneys. No curr no pay
Cures quickly aud Perm
nor.tiy the worst caea o
fconofrh'wa and C.let, tu
ptutter ot how Iod? stand
ing. Absolutely tiarmlen
Sold by druggists, l'rm
ll.io. or by r-ail, postpa'd
tl (). 3 boxes K 75.
THE SANTAL-PEPSIt C3,
HULETT. Agent '
The advance statement of the U. S.
CfiUiRical Survey has been Issued,
Khowin? the production of copper In
the United States for the year 1907.
Frank J. O'Brien
Tucson. Branches In Phoenix
Stocks, Bonds and Product.
Private Leased Wire to all
R. D. HIGHTOWER, Manager.
Phone Main 232. 40 N. 1st St.
A WONDER TO EVERYONE.
You rliould see the new place op
posite th.? court h' use. Looks like
a palace- ilie prettiest place in town.
They have just Kot a car of new
furniture. Nice heavy mission rock
ers, mission oak dinin? tables and
chairs, golden oak heavy' fhike quarter-sawed
dressers, lmffet-i, leaded
glass fronts, princess dressers, chlf
fonieres, kitchen safes, kitchen cabi
nets, the finest axminster 9x12 rugs
in the town for the money; sold six
last week. New linoleum, springs,
matresses, pillows. " Can furnish your
house with any grade of goods you
desire, and our prices ore in your
reach. See our 5c, 10c and 15c coun
ters. Nothing over 25c. The place
where you can get an arm load for a
dollar. See us before you buy anil
you are our customer. Come in and
rest. Look around. Get a drink of
ice water and if you have anything
to sell let us know. Will buy every
thing. MASSIE & SONS,
114-16 V.'est Washington Street,
Phone Main 257.
. Your Business
16 If)?, beet sugar S1.00
15 lbs. cane sugar $1.00
6 bars Diamond C soap.... 23 J
6 bars German family soap
Coal oil, pyr gallon 25
Hills Bros, coffee in cans and
Japan rice, 3 lbs 23d
Head rice, 2 lbs 23 d
Baker's coco 23d
Searchlight matches, 6
California matches, 6
N'ew evaporated apricots,
per lb 15d
Raising loose, per lb 10d
50 to 60 prunes, per lb. 12'id
Heinz sweet and sour pickles
N'avy beans, 4 lbs. for....25d
Pink beans, 4 lbs 23d
Lima beans, 3 lbs 23d
Cream of wheat, 20c, 2
Heinz pure cUer vinegar,
per gallon 60d
Whole Wheat Biscuits, 20c:
2 for 35d
Alamo and Merry War lye,
3 for 33d
Toasted Corn Flakes, 2
D.W. Williams Grocery Co
42 NORTrj FIRST AVE.
L. Plank returned Satnrday nitfht
T'im his mining- property in the Wini-
nt-jfl "r liijr Four district. He reports
I. tunc or- two contracts for de-
It Is explained that a more comprehend lirYiirni:r niCTPIfT
sive report is in preparation to be is- liml! IlL V LlO I l I U I
su'-d later, this being given to supply rr-w-r
the demand for official figures at the IN fiFTTINfi I IVPI Y
earliest possible moment. There h;i ,J V-I I llU LI ILL I
been no attempt to furnish here th ;.
figures on the secondary supply enter k
ing the trade during the year, such ai Many Mining Properties in That Sec-
scrap, drosses, etc., and these figures) tion Are Being Developed
are merely returns from every smelter
and refinery in the country save one,'
though which one. is not announced j
The figures are not expected to corres-9
pond accurately with mine production
though the variance should not bet
great. This report may be obtained b elopmi-nt wc rk. One Is fur the run
addressing the director of the I, ij.rimt of a drift I'iO feet from the bot
Geological Survey. Only a few facts
taken from It will be given here.
The production of copper in the
United States n 1907 was SfiK.996,491
pounds. From the record figures of
1906 this is a decrease of 4S.S09.191
pounds, or 5.6 per cent, the largest ac
tual decrease ever recorded and the
largest relative decrease since the
American copper industry became im
portant. This is the first time since
1901 that the annual production has
been smaller than that of the preced
ing year and the first time, since 1872
that it has been smaller than that of
thd second preceding year.
In the following figures.
to the states in which the cooper was 1 Operations are active again at the
mined, the total is made up of the fine jU'.'ntucky and some large development
copper content of blister produced and M planned. ,
of the smelter output of ingot and l Turner & Anderson are doing suh
anode copper from Michigan. liantial development work on their
1907 1906 jlotQ'rty this fall. They left town a
Ariz. ' y. .236.77S.437 262.566.103 :ty days ago with a four-horse wagon
Mont 224.263,789 294,701,2T,2 isJ.i'lcd with supplies for a permanent
Mich 219.131.503 229,695.730 fa Dip.
Utah 66,418,370 50,329,119 $ Andre & Eastland are doing some
The above are the figures on the four if od development on their ground,
greatest producing states. The others f icy have a splendid showing, says
rank for 1907 in the following order: 0r. Plank, of gold, copper and silver
California, Tennessee, Colorado, ' New iioo. They have a 50-foot shaft sunk
Mexico, Idaho, Alaska, Wyoming, Ne- (jb a big ledge and at the bottom have
vada, Missouri, Vermont, North Caro- crosscut of 20 feet, all in high grade
Una. Oregon. Washington, Virginia, :y,?'
Alabama. Georgia and Maryland, mak- A;
ing the total of 868.996,491
'it of shaft No. 1, and the other is for
to;:He..t of sinking in shaft No. 2. At
nother place on the property he has
number of men employed opening a
oily of what appears to be almost
l"lid glance bv means of an open cut
cross the ledge.
Mr. Plank says there is renewed in-
fc'rest in mining opertaions all over
lat listrk t. It is reported the For
ma property is now pretty well fin-
uiced and operations are to be resum
ed nbout the first of October. William
luckingham, a representative of Fair-
plmks. Morse & Co.. says the Fortuna
felts .bought the machinery for a mill
apportioned Itjhich will -be installed this fall.
A.KOOU loitt? iil lllt'II in ell Ul IV 4'IL
iS Slocum mine and much headway
The production of refined copper of fc being made. Altogether the pros-
both foreign and domestic origin, in
America refineries, was 1.079,052.409
pounds as against 1,032,516,247 pounds
The stock of refined copper on hand
Jan. 1, 1908, was 125.745,7996 as against
,46,497,181 Jan. 1, 1907.
The report says the apparent con
sumption of refined new cooper in the
United StHtes in 1907 was about 485,
000,000 pounds as compared with about
685,000 pounds in 1906.
TO SAN FRANCISCO Joe Rap
port of McDougall and Cassou's left
last night for Berkeley and San
Francisco to tisit friends for a few
The dealing is simple.
If you don't like Schil
ling's Best, it costs you
Your grocer retarna Tour nooer if Too deal
Ukt it: w par turn
icfii for that section are better than
cjyevcr were before.
ork of a burglak
who was a bungler
r-.use of Dr. Lightburne Entered by a
J Criminal Apprentice.
not made until yesterday morning. One
room was found in disarray. A bureau
drawer had b'-en pulled out and its
contents overhauled. An old jewel
case on the bureau. and which had set
there for fifteen years, had been car
That jewel case was a joke on the
burglar. It contained nothing but
two pairs of old spectacles and several
hundred clippings of death notices, the
doctor having begun several years ago
tbe pi-asant pastime of collecting
death notices of acquaintances.
The th.ory is that the burglar had
no light and was unfamiliar with hLs
surroundings. He had evidently not
discoen d the jewel case until he had
ransacked the first bureau drawer, for
none of the rest of them had been
disturbed. Finding the case, he must
at once have supposed that his fortune
was made and have hurried away with
his prize before some one should come
to take it away from him. There were
three purses about the house contain
ing each small sums of money, but the
agirregate would have been good wages
for one burglarious night's work.-.
On Saturday afernoon the doctor
noticed a stranger standing about the
house and he thought the man acted
as if he would like to break in. When
he saw that he was being observed he
ran across a vacant block and disappeared.
was with great difficulty that he
walked back to town. He went into
a saloon to rest and sat down in a
chair. He remained there for some
time and suddenly he attracted atten
tion by falling forward upon the
lh Mr. He was picked up and put
back into" the chair when for the
first time it was noticed that he was
a very sick man.
The police were called and the
young man was removed to the city
hall and made- as comfortable as
possible. He was almost unconscious.
Dr. Beauchamp and afterward Dr.
Plath were sent for. Neither was
able to say what was the matter
wiiu cue young tman. in spite oi
the prediction that he would not live
through the night he was slightly
better in the morning, though last
night he was still very sick and his
ailment w;as as much of a mystery
j as ever.
Knipsrhwpr said that he came here
from Bradford, Ind., where his par
ents reside, lis asked that his f ather
be informed of his condition but he
was desirous that precautions be
taken against letting his mother know
of -liis illness. The telegram was
therefore not sent to the address of
the father but to him in the care of
the Bradford Manufacturing company.
a Stroke of illness
came like a flash
Death Was All Night Expected to
Come to a Ytfung Man at the City
It was thought all night of Monday
that William Knipschwer would die
at the city hall, where he had been
taken in the evening by an officer
whose attention had been called to
his helpless condition. Knipschwer,
who has been in the city a couple
cf months, has been employed in the
reclamation servtce. On Monday, ac
companied by another young man, he
walked down to the river and went
in bathing. When he left the water
he complained of feeling bad and it
$ The house of R. E. Lightburne
w burglarized Sunday night while
tlf family was at church. The most
ttt.iiliating thing about it was that
tji job. was performed by a rank bung
le: If a man is going to be robbed or
ice, anything else done to him, he
ild naturally prefer that it should
If done by an artist,
in the return of Dr. Lightburne and
fcv slaughter from church they fouiW i
tl' front door open, but as it had t) j
l n Jocked th?y supposed that It j
iglit have been blown open by the!
fclid. A Japanese screen had been
kocked down. That was not readily i
heoitntPd for. but the burglar theory
liiich hnd been slightly raised at the
Recovery of the open door had been i
The discovery of the invasion was
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