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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1909.
On Large Lot Mnslin Petticoats
2Y2q PER PAIR
For Misses' and Children's Stockings
That are. owrth ud to 20c. Either black or tnn.
Odds and ends. 1 or 2 of a kind, some lace, others
embroidery trimmed: regular selling prices ranging
absolutely fast dye. seamless, double soles: all sizes
from 60c to $2.50. '
from 5 to 10.
18-inch Half- Bleached
Linen Crash Real ab
sorbent, strictly pure lin
en, for kitchen and roller
purposes, cheap at I2V2C
special, yuyd, . v 10c
For New White Wash Belts
' That cannot be duplicated anywhere
short of 25c. Pretty embroidered ef
fects, ornamented with handsome pearl
buckles. A dozen different styles in
75c Lightweight Corsets
Delightful for summer
wear, with Hose Support
er attachments, all sizes
from 18 to 30 special,
pair ..... 49c
For Women's New Neckwear
Such as Dutch Collars, Bows, Jabots
and Turnovers-rin white, colored and
colored embroidery effects, a big line
to pick from, none worth less than 25c
Women's Swiss Ribbed
Umbrella Pants Finish
ed with deep crocheted
lace, regular and extra
large sizes, well worth 35c
special . . . ...... . .25c
Sla Taff eta Silk.Dresses for
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Handsome Princess Dresses One
piece styles, made offine Chiffon
Taffeta, in black and all the new
popular shades, elaborately trim
med in corded embroidery, tucked
and net sleeves, actual $12.50 and
$15 values special today .. .$9.97
Washable Petticoats for
The Line Which We Are Offering
Monday for less is the sort made of
Striped Seersucke They are not
skimped in any way, but cut extra
wide and full, and finished with a
double ruffle special for today
at ::. 75c
For Children's Washable Dresses
that cannot be duplicated anywhere for less than $1.25.
The line consists of all the latest favorite models, made
of fine Gingham, Chambray or French Percale; all sizes
from 3 to 12 years.
$2.00 Batiste Waists at
Another Beautiful Line of Cool
Waists Of nice quality Batiste,
neat tucks all over the front, mous
quetaire sleeves, actual $2.00 val
ues special K . .$1.19
$1.50 Tailored. Waists at
New Arrivals in Tailor-Made
Waists Made of nice quality
madras in white as well as colored,
cross-barred and striped effects,
absolutely matchless even at $1.50
special today, choice 98c
Our Man Tailor Attends to Every Alteration
fit ii is ifi to
$5 Tailored Tub Suits for
A. Bran New Line of These Real
man tailored garments, built right
and splendid f ittejs in white, sol
id colors and combinations, con
sidered excellent values at$5.00
for one day, choice $3.49
$6.50 Lingerie Dresses at
Another Elegant Assortment of
Dainty : Lingerie Dresses One
piece styles, in white, pink and
sky, trimmed in excellent Val. lace
and otherwise finished in the very
height of style, well worth $6.50
for one day, choice $3.98
On Entire Stock of Wool Tailored Suits
If you contemplate going to the seashore, if you expect
to take in the Alaska-Yukon Exposition, here is your
chance to get the suit you want for a great deal less.
$15.00 Silk Coats Today at
Another Fortunate Spot Cash Pur
chase by Our Omnipresent N. Y.
Buyer Full length Coats made of
cloth of gold, latest spring models,
a superb collection of stunning
creations, exceptional $15 values
special for . '. $9.99
$9 White Worsted Skirts at
White Skirts Made of Mohair and
Serge Are Greatly in Demand;
These Days. We have them in a;
splendid variety of sizes and mod-,
els. Every one of these garments
is strictly man tailored their
hang and fit is absolutely guaran
teed. Regular $7.50 and $9.00 val
ues today for : $5.99
Every Alteration Under the Care of Our Man Tailor
NOT A BAD SHOWING
FOR COCHISE COUNTY
An Official Statement of Mine Pro-uction.
County Assessor Charles . It. Hove
has compiled the list of the producing
mining companies of Cochise county
from tle statements turned' into him.
for the purpose of completing the tax
roll, and this compilation contains
much of interest in a very condensed
space, says the Bisbee Miner.
The list as compiled contains the
names of eight producing companies
in the county and the production dur
ing the year of 1909 of these compa
nies aggregated '19,03",98.66, which,
on a basis of 25 per cent, made the
taxable value under the territorial
Of these eight companies, as was to
be expected, the Copper Queen Con
solidated Mining company leads in
production. The figures filed with the
assessor showing the company's pro
duction to be 85,331,450 pounds of cop
per valued at J10.90P.977.79; 530,492
ounces of silver, valued at $280,439.50;
8,352 ounces of gold, valued at $172,
636.40, and 182,677 ounces of lead val
ued at $7,622. This output totals $11,
361,725.69 and! the assessment for 1909
is accordingly $2,840,431.42.
Second among the producers comes
the Calumet and Arizona company
with 28,956,669 pounds of copper,
worth $324,480, 155.803 ounces of sil
ver worth $82,363.53, and 7.628 ounces
of gold worth $157,672.48. Total out
put $3,964,516.21 and assessed on the
The Superior and. Pittsburg com
pany takes third rank with 21.924,539
pounds of copper appraised at $2,895,-
769.34; 182,379 ounces of silver ap
praised at $96,721.27; 1267 ounces of
gold appraised at $26,189.43 and all to
talling to $3,018,580.04, making the as
sessment for this company $751,645.01.
The Tombstone Consolidated Mines
company ranks fourth with 299,597
ounces of silver running $158,378.96;
3,308 ounces of gold, value $68,376.36;
1,721,974 ounces of lead, valued $72,
322.91; 231.0S3 pounds of zinc valued at
$10,920.08. making a total production
of $309,999.21 and the assessment for
this company is $77,499.80.
Closely following comes the Com
monwealth Mining and Milling com
pany with a silver output of 416,942
ounces worth $220,412.14; gold weigh
ing 3.417 ounces and worth $70,638.
and a total production of $291,050.86,
and an assessment of $7262.71.
Shattuck-Arizona comes next on the
list with 301,359 pounds of copper val
ued a $39,803 and an assessed value
for the county of $9,950.88, with the
Copper Belle mines next, showing 63.
325 pound3 of copper, value $8,350.76;
silver,. 25.830 ounces valued at $13.
665.32; gold. 517 ounces worth $10,-
689.37, and totalling $32,705.45; assess
Last on the list of eight is the
Hershell Mining company, whose out
put was $19,607.73. and this company
is assessed at $4,901.93.
A Butterfly's Umbrella.
He was only a butterfly, one of
those beautiful, large, bluish-black
ones that we so often see about the
garden, hilt he knew" enough to get
in out of the wet. It was during one
of the heavy showers that so fre
quently In the hot days of midsum
mer come suddenly upon us, driving
every one to the nearest cover. To
escape the downpour, which meant
great injury, if not destruction, to so
delicate a creature, he quickly flew to
a nearby Halm of Gilcad tree, where,
alighting on the under side of a large
leaf, he clung with wings closely drawn
together and hanging straight down
ward, using the big leaf as an umbrella
to shield him from the , great drops
falling all round. High and dry, here
he remained until the shower had
passed, and the blue sky and .warm
sun called him once again to his fav
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FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED
Ex. A R, C. SHINGLES
to be sold . at the reduced . price of
$3.50 Per M
We have a complete line of building material at
right and reduced prices. Call and be convinced
Buckeye Lumber Co.
Mont Anderson, Prop. E. W. Bahr, Mgr.
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KANSAS CITY EXCITED
OVER THE HORN TRIAL
promoters. That, however, was a
matter that was not greatly dwelt
upon by the attorneys on either side.
The Importance of it Greatly Over
Frank De Souza of the Arizona
Democrat, who has recently returned T
from Kansas City where ne was a ;
witness in . the trial . of the Horn.
Hros., May and Snider, charged with T
a misuse of the mails in the pro- I
motion of the Two Queens mine, said ', t
that the trial, whicn would not be
considered of much importance in an
Arizona court, was creating a great !
deal of atention there.
The ev idence on the main charge ,
said Mr. De Sonza, was not con
sidered particularly damaging to the
defendants for what ever had been
set forth in the circulars regarding
the property might have been hon- I
estly believed by them. It had . been '
pretty clearly established that all
they knew about the property had ;
been told them by S. D. Gardom, who .
had or some time been employed as
The - most damaging feature of the
cases wi.s a collateral one and one
which has not been mentioned in the
dispatches sent out concerning the
trial. That was a misrepresentation
not of the va'.ue of the stock they !
sold, but of the character of it. It '
was shown that much of the stock
which had been represented as treas
ury stock, the proceeds of which were
tu be used in the development of the
property w:;s really the stock of the
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