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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 301909. T
Hand Bag 'Bargains
This season's most popular styles. All leathers, in black, brown, tan, greys and
green in mostlv new deep shapes. Just read this:
11.00 Hand Bags at 65 13.00 Hand Bags at S2.10
$1.25 Hand Bags at 85 3 "5 Hand Bags at $2.45
$2.00 Hand Bags at S1.35 500 Hand BaS9 at $3.35
$2.50 Hand Bags at SI. 70 7 5" Ilan1 ags at $4.95
Wash Goods Reduced
Poplin Wash Goods, 28 inches wide,- in rose, light blue, white, dark green and
pink, a suitable quality for Coat Skirts. They are 25c and 30c values; now on
sale at, per yard . . 1"2
'THE BEST ALWAYS
Shoe Specials Today
Today Good Goods at Damaget Prices
Another shipment of Ladies' Tan and
Black Oxfords' in all the new styles
now on display, at from $3 t0 S5
Barefoot Sandals for infants, children,
misses and ladies in buckskin or tan
Russia calf, flexible welt sole. The
uppers are in one piece; can't rip.
Price 75 $2.50
Elkskin Low Shoes for Misses and
Children, footform last, elk soles.
This is one of the best oxfords made
for children. Price 2.00 to $3.00
Wayne Knit Hosiery 29c
Just arrived. The best Women's
Hose made at the price. Full fash
ioned, high spliced heels and double
soles. Price, per pair 29
Important Sale on Summer Dres,s Goods
What wonder after reading this news that Thursday and
Friday should find our Dress Goods Section crowded with
eagerly buying customers! All the fabrics that are in
liveliest demand for now and the hot days of summer.
There's a revel of price cutting, too, that will appeal to
the thrifty. Dress Goods in. evening and street shades;
nothing reserved. Every piece of Wool Dress Goods up
to $1.00 values are included in this sale. Just note these
prices. They are for Thursday and Friday only:
All our Dress Goods up to 60c values going at, yard 29J
All our Dress Goods up to $1.00 values going at. yard 53
Sale on Stocks, Collars and Jabots
In Goldwater's Neckwear Department you will today find
some great bargains. Newest ideas in Neckwear, com
bined with the daintiest of taste, going toffay at greatly
LOT 1, consisting of Tailored Stocks and Lace Collars. 25c
values Sale price today 19
LOT 2 Plain Tailored Stocks, Lace Collars and Jabots.
values from 35c to 50c. Sale price today 25
LOT 3 Consists of Lace and Chiffon Jabots, long and
short styles, 75c values. Sale price 37 1 2f?
LOT 4 lace and Chiffon Jabots, $1.00 value. Sale price
LOT 5 Latest style Jabots, the regular $1.25 kind, now
LOT 6 Lace Jabots worth $1.75. You should see these
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' A Real Skirt Sale
The women of Phoenix are tutored shoppers. It does not
take them long to learn where to find the smartest styles
and the best values. We're taking the liberty of bending
an old saw to fit our use: "Show us a large crowd of
women buying, and we'll show you good values." We
attribute the unprecedented selling to the merchandise, the
values and the superior styles, and we're guided and
going to continue to be guided by what a discriminating
shopping public wants. It Is here. Dress Skirts in White
Serges, Voiles and Panamas; black, navy, dark green,
brown, grey, tan, colored and novelty checks; flare gored,
$20.00 Skirts now 812.25
$17.50 Skirts now .-89.75
$15.00 Skirts now ..$8.95
$13.50 Skirts now ..$8.25
$12.50 Skirts now ..$7.25
$10.00 Skirts now'..S6.25
$3.00 Skirts r.ow ..5.25
$7.00 Skirts now ..3.25
$6.50 Skirts now .-83.75
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Great Showing Today of Women's Hose
The latest novelties
Princess Chic (like
heavy strong clastic.
in Hose Supporter? now on display,
cut), made of very best materials.
We have never shown a new Corset
that so quickly attracted wide atten
tion and comment as has the RENGO
BELT. This Corset has the most
pronounced style of any we carry,
due to the remarkable idea of tai
loring a reinforcing belt into the
body of the Corset, which positively
produces an even, sloping waist and
reduces the hips. A pronounced
waist lino is largely due to lacing.
The Rengo Belt gives the waist a
graceful, natural chape with long
flowing lines from bust to thigh, un
manned by large hips. The rustless,
double watchspring boning, which is
an exclusive- feature of this Corset,
insures an erect lithe carriage with
out any uncomfortable stiffness.
The Gotham Garters, made with square or round satin
pad 25C and 50d
Sew-nn and Pin-on Garters for front or side; good qual
ity. Prices 25C and 50C
to fit these
No. 41, for
for tall figure.
Corseticre in attendance
DREW SAYS PIDGEON
IS CLEVER SWINDLER
FLEECED A WOMAN OF $400.
Detective Arrives to Take Pidgeon
Back For Trial.
The mystery surrounding the evil
doings of Joe V. Pidgeon, alias Frank
Howard, who was arrested last Friday
at the Ikirris rooming house on tele
graphic instructions from the chief of
police of Oakland. Cal., was cleared
up yesterday by the arrival of Detec
tive James T. Drew, who came to
Phoenix to take Pidgeon back for his
Pidgeon never appeared communica-
Moore & McLellarO
Undertaken and Embalmers.
19 West Adams Street.
Telephone Main 122.
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Orange Trees !
At Burrough's Flower Store. '
" 114 E. Adams St.
I U II I I II 1 I 1 i 1 l"H"M"t' M H-
le 20th Century Match. Two boxes
5c. The only match in the world
has no after glow. When ex
hed can be thrown on carpet
hay stack with no danger of
hence it is the safest match
ers or housekeeper's. Ask
er or Ed. Olsen, Agent, 20S
ror correct glasses,
le Red 2JB1.
tive in regard to the felony which is
charged up against him but he did not
deny that he might possibly be the
man Wanted in Oakland. He gave out
vague hints that a woman and an au
tomobile were mixed up in it but said
that he would be cleared as soon as he
coukl be brought face to face with the
woman. Pidgeon says that he has led
an immaculate life and that the charge
of felony is a sad mistake and an
Detective Drew cleared up the past
history of the man in a few monnents.
"He is the sort of chap that makes it
his business to prey upon women,"
said the detective, "and this last mess
he is jn was brought about through his
attempt to swindle a woman of $400."
Pidgeon fled from Oakland February
4, after having fleeced Anna McLaugh
lin of $400, and the police of many
cities have been looking for him ever
since. Pidgeon has had' many women
friends and it was throug-h one of them
that he learned, early in the year, that
a woman friend of hers. Miss Anna
McLaughlin had $400 of her hard earn
ed savings craftily tucked away some
where. He at once set to work to
evolve a scheme by which he could ac
quire the money.
4fter procuring an Introduction to
Miss Mclaughlin he suddenly blos
somed out as an automobile agent. He
had never been known to work at any-"
thing before but now he was soon
shooting up and down the streets of
Oakland in different hired cars and al
ways drew up at Miss McLaughlin's
door. He took her out riding several
times and let her understand that he
was an automobile agent and that he
made quite an income by buying and
Then one day he appeared suddenly
at Miss McLaughlin's, and excitedly
explained to her as he Jumped out of
the car, that he had an option on a
Thomas flyer for $2400 which another
man agreed to take for $3600. which
would leave him a clear profit of $1200.
It was nothing but the old, old, "hot
" Miss McLaughlin," he said earnest
ly, "I've got just $2000 cash and I need
1400 more to tfke up this man's prop
osition. He '
around the r
if I only ha
siting for me now
'11 I've got to do,
y, would be to
'n it down to
CAN ONLY BE OBTAINED AT
We are the Only Direct Factory Representatives
Most other dealers are buying from or throum California houses, and are paying to the California houses $5 a month
on each sale made. In buying from the "other falow" one has to pay the profits of the California head firm and those of
the Phoenix agents. Rents of stores are enormoii in San Francisco and Los Angeles, some piano horses paying $1500 to
$2000 a month for rent alone. Now, the piano purchaser has to pay $100 more than the piano is worth to cover that rent.
We own our own premises and pay no rent. We! do all our business and pay no agents' commissions; hence we can and
do sell cheaper than any other dealer.
Here are a Few ulore B lioon Puzzles for the Public to Solve.
The Ludwig Piano has been sold right aloig for $450, $500 and up to $600 in Phoenix. We will sell you the Ludwig
with the combination of a player inside, which costs double the price of a Ludwig, for less than you have been paying for
the same Ludwig Piano without the player. Cjn you solve the problem as to who sells cheaper? Before we gave up the
agency for the Knabe, Smith & Barnes and Masm & Hamlin Pianos, we sold them for $100 less than purchasers have had
to pay for the same since.
We are direct factory representatives of.the CREAM DE LA CREAM of Pianos the Vose & Son, Kroeger, Behr
Bros., Newman, Baldwin, Weber, Chase, Steck, jllington, Baurmeister, Van Kirk, Ivers & Pond, Waldorf, etc. also the Stein
way, Weber, Steck, Autopianos and Ludwig Panos with players inside.
We have sold in Arizonaand Sonora, Mexico, over 2400 Pianos
and we sell mori Pianos than all other Arizona
ers put together,
In our 27 years' experience in Phoenix about twenty dealers, some of them representing themselves as worth a mil-
ollars, have tried to locate permanently l Phoenix; none have remained or lived over a year and a half. What do
hings denote? One of two things: tha their Pianos did not stand the climate and were not good, or else that they
t sell as cheap as we, or both.
the above statements, which we can prove by facts and figures, are found to be incorrect we could be sued for
e invite such a suit in fact, WE CFALLENGE IT.