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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN MONDAY MOKXIXC, DUCE3IIIER 11, 190S.
' IN CASA
The Home Team Defeated Blackwatcr
and Challenges the County.
.rasa Grande, Ariz., Dec. 13. (Spe
cial.) The t'asa Grande foot ball
team today deflated the lilnckwalcr
team by a score of ten to nothing.
The Casa Gradne lineup was, center.
K. Aniicnta; left guard. It. Lopez;
ritvht guard, IVilro Kcdonda; right
tackle. C Cruz: lift tackle. H. Peart;
left end, H. Vasipjcz: right end, U.
Kctionda: right half. J. A. Arinenta:
left half; I. Redomla: quarterback. R.
-Armenta; fullback. Juan Ochoa.; sub
stitute, IX Koiuatidia.
The ISUukttater lineup was. center,
J. Kims; left guard. Juan: right guard.
Jcseph Thomas: left end. Frank sif ;
right end, Henry Kims; 1,-ft half, Har
ry A zul: ritiiit half, Philip Ku'ton:
iuarteibaek. J. I). M.-Gcc; fullback, J.
Manuel; substitute. Juan Thomas.
John usie v;is referee and Jose
Knos and Perfects Salnzor were time
keepers. Thomas J. Median and J. T.
Hroun wore linesmen. This is the sec
ond time rasa Grande has deflated
i.iacKuater and is open to defend itsi
uiie as enampions or I'mal county.
all political ambitions. It is predicted
General Simon will lift the country to
prospprity and power by the achieve
ments of iicaee and liberty.
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McKINLEY'S POLICY. j
President-elect Taft Assists in Dodi- 1
cation of Memorial Organ.
New York, Dee. 13 President-elect
Taft. speaking tonight at the dedica
tion of the McKinley memorial organ
In the Metropolitan temple, said the
policy laid down by McKinley for the
Philippines in liinn has been the lley
of the .present administration and will
continue to be his policy when he-4
in the White House.
Can Be Cured $
This simple but powerful pre
scription will enable those with
"finicky" stomachs to eat what
they please, vhen and where
they please, without any dis
tressing after effects. Kays a
nuted Hat tie Creek specialist:
''I always prescribe the follow
ing with the greatest success,
for indigestion, acute or chronic
dyspepsia, sour stomach, consti
pation, depression, languor.
Purposes and Scope of New District
Washington, Dec. 13. (Special Cor
respondence of The Republican.) Th
institution of six district offices In
the west by the United States forest
service, a big piece of work which
has Jit been completed, involves a
complete change in the machinery
I sooner is because we did not have a
sufficient number of trained men to
equip the districts.
"The district organization will mean
a much fre,er use of the national for
ests by the peophj, because there will
not be the delay inevitable so long
as national forest business is handled
from Washington. It is also going
to mean that there will always be
officers with the power to make de
cisions, near the ground, who can
look Into the facts for themselves,
wherever necessary, without having to
decide them at long range. I believe
every man who uses the national for
ests 'will realize these things inside
of six months."
It is probable that there have nev-
SHIPLOAD OF EXILES
The Most Notable Passenger Was "
Gen. Firmin I
Port Au Prince, Pec. IS- The steam
er irgiuia. with 116 exiles aboard in
cluding General Firmin arrived here
today. General Firmin was welcomed
by General Simon and rode to the
alace in the presidential carriage.
Firmin told Simon he had renounced
of this branch of the government ns
regards the handling of national for
ests. As a result of the reorganiza
tion, the forest service force at the
headquarters in this city has been re
duced to the general administrative
officers and to those who are con
ducting the investigative work of the
service outside of the national for
ests. The six districts which have the
same boundaries as the old inspection
districts will lie in charge of six dis
trict foresters with headquarters in
Denver, Colo.; Ogden, I'tah; Albu
querque. X. M.; Missoula, Mont.; San
Francisco, Cal., and Portland, Ore.
For nearly a year preparation for the
district organization has been going
blues, wind and gas on stomach
and bowels, heart palpitation T er been new government offices start -
I ed with their procedure so fully and
definitely outlined as that for the six
district offices of the forest service in
the west. It has been possible to
start all the offices well equiped
wjth men with both the training and
experience to take up the work. A
large proportion of them are men
who have formerly been In charge of
national forests and who have been
promoted to higher positions as the
direct result of their efficiency. All
the district officers are familiar with
western conditions; many of them
were born in the west and lived there
and biliousness. The results are
prompt and lasting from these jf
harmless but . powerfully blended T
extracts anil essences. If not
in stock, any druggist can oh- v
tain these Ingredients from
wholesale firms who supply our
profession with rare concentra
tions. Take a six-ounce or
half-pint bottle and get , two
ounces syrup of Ginger, one
ounce Comp. essence of Cardiol
(In separate one-ounce bottle)
and two ounces of essence of
Pepsin. Mix and shake well;
then take one or two teaspoon -fuls
after each meal. One
spoonful before eating will give
a good appetite. One or two
at retiring will relieve constipa
tion. Give it to children who
have stomachache, bad
or bowel trouble. It may be
taken freely, . being entirely
harmless and much better than
any patent medicine containing
X opiates and enslaving drugs."
before and after they entered the gov
ernment forest work. -
BURRO DIED NATURAL DEATH
A great many cattlemen hold that
no burro was ever known to die a
breath natural death. It Is supposed that
X 1 this hardy little animal grows older
and older till some day he falls down
a shaft and breaks his neck or loiters
around a stick of dynamite till some
one sets it off and he is wafted as it
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purgatory. This theory tnai no Durro
ever dies of old age or disease is
about to be disproved. A dead burro
was found yesterday on Madison
The Railsbaek-Claremore Co. of Los Angeles, Importers and
Wholesale Decorators of White China, who were here last year with
a beautiful display, have just opened up a beautiful line at
Alkire's Shoe Store
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
quietly' but steadily forward. This
has thrown an additional burden up
on a force already excessively busy,
but the work has been' accomplished
and accomplished on time. The tran
sition has leen particularly remark
able because it involved no material
delay in the transaction of national
forest business while the change was
"The forest service," said Gifford
Pinchot, I'nited States forester, "is
putting a large jiart of its work into
the field, where it lelongs. The or
ganization on Deeemlier 1 of the na
tional forests into six districts, each
In charge of a local force under a
district forester, is something we
have been working towards for a long
time. That we have not done it
street near 17th. The matter was at
once reported to the police. From all
outward apparances the burro died a
In the Right Place
At the Right Time
That s i where you wan! if when
you want it and if you only
knew how easy it is to carry from
room to room and how much
cheery comfort you can have w?lh a
! ,H"i"H"M'H"H I1IH H-M-H-fr
I '"V I H T T
Tuesday, Friday and
i O'Neill Hall, 1st Ave.
and Adams St. Good
10c a set, 3 for 25c,
5 for 50c, 20 for $1.00
'l' 'i "I" 'im
(Equipped with SmokcleM Device)
You would no longer be without one.
"No smoke no smell" this is the
Perfection maxim. Because the smokeless
device is smokeless vou can have
ri direct, glowing heat from every ounce
IB of oiL Brass font holds 4 quarts
burns y hours. An ornament any-
where finished in japan 2nd nickel
Every heater warranted.
1 jKayo Lamp tr:
Daper it oives a bril-
eady light. Equipped with the Utnt improveri central drail
Made ! hrass. nickel plalnl. Every lnn wamnfal.
Write ur nearest agency lor dncripttve cirai!ar if you doa t haA
tha PcHecuoa Oil Heater or Rjyo Lamp at your Jealer's.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
THE READING STANDARD.
MOTORCYCLE WON THE $50X0
CUP AT THE TERRITORIAL FAIR.
Winton & Cadillac Automobiles.
have proven to Amer;ca''! best.
ARIZONA MOTOR CO.
Phonp Red 8332. 31 . 1st Ave
WE REPAIR FURNITURE
Set up and polish stoves or repair
stoves. Old furniture taken in ex
change for new.
MORDEN'S BIG SECOND HANDV
401 E. Wash. St. Phone S0G.
Why do we drink so
much poor coffee?
Because good coffee is
Your trocar rervrna yonr htar U torn deal
Wkm SchUIIsff'a Bast: w pay him.
Fine alf.ilf.i seed, doubly cleaned, absolutely free from all foreign
seeds. If interested call and see machines cleaning seed. It is
prlh soi:irtlii:;u to feel assured that your seed ia good, and no
time and expense wasted.
HILL S SEED HOUSE
Phoenix Dancing Academy
Social Dances Friday Evenings.
Lessons in class or private.
Geo. T. Johnson.
MOHN & DRISCOLL
Phone BIk. 8112.
12C No. Center St.
Children's Curly Bear Skin Coats
Are all the rage now and we have them in
white, champagne, red and
blue. See these at ...
",.$2.50 to $10
Free for the Boys
Every Boy that cuts out this part of our
ad. and presents same, in our Boys' Suit
Dept. we will give a
Revolving Whirl Whistle Free
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EARLY SHOPPING WILL PAY YOU tZ0.
Assortments will be rapidly broken as Christmas draws near and to save dissappointment and to give you'satis
factory service and aid. in the selection of your gifts shop in the morning hours if possible Note the wonder
ful values offered Monday By far the greatest inducements of the season. The Boston Store is prepared to fill
every want in Fabrics or Wearables and all at a great saving in price. Order by mail if you can't visit ourstore
We promise perfect satisfaction or will be glad to exchange your purchase or refund your money.
We are Showing Hundreds of Useful Christmas Presents at Special Yuletide Prices.f
Remarkable Values in Women's Wearables Monday
Thl.s is our most Important Suit offering of the sea-son. Tailor-made Suits in a dozen different
clever models, priced Rreatly below their value. They are made of all-wool, hard finished ma
terials Serces, Chevrons, Fancy Worsteds and Invisible Stripes; Coats vary in length from 30
f f to 44 inches; come in semi-fitted, 64 Qf
I tli graceful Empire and Directoire mod- 1
f eis, also strictly tailored; some r a
trimmed with self-colored buttons, fancy braid, satin collar, patch pockets. button trimmed,
lined with guaranteed satin; skirt in the newest flare cored style; the colors are blue, brown,
taupe, wine, and fancy mixtures; they are worth fully J25.00 special Monday JKi.Sj.
$12.50 VOILE SKIRTS $4.25
Skirts of niack Voile, broken lines, pleated and plain designs; some trimmed In taffeta hands,
others with folds and braid, worth to $12.50 Monday S I. 23
$12.50 COATS FOR $5.90
Women's and Misses' Tight Kitting Long Coats in black only splendidly made and handsomely
trimmed with black satin bands. Coats made to sell and would be considered a Bd value at
$12.50. Monday at the Huston Store S5.DO
$20 RUBBERIZED COATS FOR $12.50
S.uin striped and absolutely waterproof. Suitable for automobile and general wear. Colors blue,
black and brown. $20.00 is the regular price. Monday..' S12.50
$30 AND $35 COATS $20
These Coats will have to be seen to be appreciated, and a personal inspection will catlsc you to
exclaim them the greatest value offering of the season. All sizes, all colors. $:10.00 and $s:..00
Coats Monday at S20.00
ALL ALTERATIONS FREE OF CHARGE.
Great Price Concession on
TODAY TWO GROUPS OF PATTERN HATS AT
- WONDERFUL SAVINGS.
Pattern Hats that sold as high as $10.00, embracing
nearly all shapes.
A magnificent collection of Pattern Hats that sold
as high as $15.00; all colors in these and beautifully
trimmed. Come early.
FIRST REDUCTION ON FELT SHAPES.
Great assortment of new Kelt Shapes, large and
small, newest designs in all colors, ranging in price
from $1.50 to $J. Monday, choice 75d to S2.50
2kc Long Cloth .Ikz $1.50 Petticoats 98c
Yard-wide Long Cloth in long fold,
not put up in 12-yard pieces, and
you can get as much as you want;
12'.ic value. Special 7 1 2c
Splendid quality, full sweep, with
double flounces, tucks and ruffles,
in black only. Well worth the
former price, $1.50. For Monday's
$7.50 Silk Petticoats $3.89 $7.50 Dress Skirts $2.98
Nearly all colors in plain, change
able and plaid silks, worth up to
Skirts in Blue, Brown and Black
Sicilian and Wool English Mix-
. tures, broken lines, but worth up
$7.50. Monday only S3.89 to $7.50. Monday S2.98
75c Girdle Corsets 39c
Ladies' Short Girdle Corsets, splen
didly taped, ruffled garters attach
ed, 75c values. Special 39
Two Good Specials
Linen Finished Sheets, 81x90, torn
and hemmed, $1.00 value. Spe
Pillow Cases, splendid quality,
26x42, regular 17'.c value. SK
$2.00 Silk Hose $1.19
Women's all pure Silk Hose, all
colors, such as pink, navy, brown,
green, light blue and black, regu
lar $2.00 quality. Special. -SI. 19
-QTTV 1TT?"M?C! HT fTTTTATr1 lVTOXTT A V Never before have you had the opportunity to purchase HIGH GRADE DEPENDABLE CLOTHES at such a small price such
1JJ 1 1V1 JlilN O VjIjVJ 1 H-LIN VJ IVIVIN DJA. 1 values as are offered here are convincing to the most skeptical that the BOSTON STORE is by far the best place to trade Note
.' the very special prices quoted for Monday. Come and look at Clothes with Style Character at prices usually asked for ordinary kind
Buy Monday at These Prices
Fleece Lined Vnderwear, extra heavy, -warm garment, comes in all sizes; a
75c value. Special '-45
Light-weight Natural Wool Underwear, $1.50 value, all sizes,
Broken lines of .Men's Negligee Shirts in the following sizes only: 14, 15,
-5'4; sold regularly at 1.25 and $1.50. Special 69
One lot of Men's Four-in-Hand Tis, dark fall shades, and worth easily 50c.
Just received a splendid collection of MEN'S SWEATER COATS in
all the wanted colors. They are worth more elsewhere. At the Bos
ton Store S3.50. S4.00 and 5.00
$25.00 SUITS $17.35
Embracing a most complete range of colors and
patterns, Every suites of this season's purchase
and presents a splendid chance to get that Christmas
suit at a saving strictly hahd-tailored garments, in
the nobbiest patterns.
MONDAY Suits worth up to $25.00, $17.35
Mens Furnishings Underpriced
MEN'S SOX In black and tan, celebrated Topsy brand, all sizes, and are
specialized Monday 2 PAIR FOR 2oC
MEN'S WOOL UNDERWEAR, double breasted Shirts in grey only; Drawers
to match, worth $1.25. Special today, per garment 75
MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS, white and colored borders, worth 10c: special
Monday 4 FOR 23J
MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS, white hemstitched, full size, worth 20c each;
Monday 3 FOR 23
y SEE OUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS for him a vast assortment of
useful and sensible Gifts that will prove a source of pleasure and