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THE AEIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1910.
BY GOVERNOR SLOAN
REPLYING TO QUESTIONS HE
OUTLINES BRIEFLY HIS
VIEWS ON CONSERVATION.
Believes In Practical Co-Operation
Between Federal and State
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"THE BE5T ALWAYS"
Positively Guaranteed to be the Only
1911 Models of ANY MAKE on
Sale in Arizona
Your Inspection Is
Corner Center and PolK Streets
Cold Air Storage Market
8. J. TRIBOLET. Pr
Telephone Main 6.
finance and commerce
New York", Sept 19. Today showed
nothing so clearly as an insistent
determination of speculators to mark
time and await events. The net
changes at the end of the day were
Political events had little effect.
The market attaches importance to
affairs more distant, especially the
election and supreme court decisions
in the trust cases. A rise in the price
of copper in London was an incident
of the day. Bonds were irregular.'
Sales, Jl.-J79.000. United States 2
declined per cent.
Pabst's Okiy Specific
Does the work. You all ffi
know it by reputation Pricet!'
Far Sail ly A. L. BOEHMER
Amalgamated, 03; Smelling, C5;
Atchison, 98; St. Paul, 121; New
York Central, 112; ' Pennsylvania,
12S; Reading. 140'; Southern Pa
cific, 113; Union Pacific, 1G1&;
Steel, C7: Steel preferred, 115;
Painless removal of
Corns, 50 cents- eaclcj
Bunions, "Moles and
Warts removed by
.1 1 ..I t TnMM...
SS?1 ing Toenails si spe
cialty. Men, Lndlea , and Children
treated day or ovenings. Between
First and Center Sfa"., on Adams.
Phone Red 8072. FRANK SHIRLEY.
New York, ScpL 19. Standard cop
per was quiet; spot, September and
October, $12.10(f?12.20; November,
?12.15ffiU2.20; December. $12.i5
12.22. London, dull; spot, 51 17s
Gd; futures, 55' lis 3d. Arrivals,
1.140 tons. Exports. 17.G99 tons tljis
month. Lake. $12.50ff12.75; electro
lytic. 512.3712.C2; casting,
Tin quiet; spot, 535.15035.17;
September, $35i33.1o; October, $34.50
fT34.S5: December, $3JQi34.50. London
dull; spot, 159 7s Gd; futures,
158 2s Gd.
Lead quiet, $4.374.42 New
York and $4.25430 East St Louis.
London," spot t 12 12s Gd.
Spelter quiet, ?5.50Q5.G0 for New
York and $5.37 5.45 for East St.
Louis. London, spot 23 7s Gd.
THE SHIRRED SKIRTS.
Miss Fannie Peck
Miss Grace Peck Teachers of
Pianoforte Playing. Studio 20
Westmoreland Plcfce. .
Ptfone,' Black 8371.
The skirt which is shirred or corded
is being worn extensively' as S dancing
and evening gown. The cord runs
straight around the sOcirt just above
the knees. Sometimes the skirt Is
chirred on one cord. It is not the old
fashioned skirt which had row after
row of shirring at the touThe pres
ent shirring does not add much full
ness to the Garment, just enough to
Insure a 'graceful hang. The shirred
skirt shotfld lie matte of sheer ma'feridl
and draped over satin or silk.
Taurou-Catldle, I b,avo during this
game stubbed my toe, batted an eye,
lost jny patience, also .my watch'. What
la tKcre to be done?
Caddie Sir, I know of no expletive
suitable for us In a mlafortuno of that
kind. r' "
A BIT EXCITED.
A story about Robert Louis Steven?
son not generally known is .told by
Airs. Stevenson's granrfsOn, Austin
Strong. Stevenson liked" to sit propped
up in bed to watch him at play In the
next room. And orten" it, happened that
the bigger boy wf the two would malic
suggestions for the make-believe
games and insist that they be carried
on, too. One day Austin had arranged
some chairs in a row, playing that
they were shfps, and he, standing on
the front, was the captain. For a long
time he proudly walked the deck of
his vessel, encountered pirates and
weathered all kinds of storms until he
felt the floor positively heave under
his feot. Mr. Stevenson looked on in
perfect silence, but complete absorp
tion, no doubt playing the whole thing
much the harder of the two. Finally
Austin got tired of his vessel, climbed
off his chair to some object which had
attracted his interest. This was too
much" for Ills uncle. Still deep in the
game, Mr. Stevenson rose in his sick
bed and shouted excitedly at the re
calcitrant sea captain: "Swim, damn
you; swim!" St. Paul Dispatch.
A SALAD SANDWICH.
Take the left-over bit of potato salad
add to It some minced cold boiled ham,
and "spreadIf .'ticfwSeri 'slices' or .b'u't-
tered bread. "
The annual convention of the Amer
ican Mining congress will be held in
Los Angeles, beginning September 2G.
It has been arranged to have present
during the congress, all the western
governors who have no conflicting
engagements, and it Is hoped that all
will attend. Governor Sloan in an
swer to a query said that he expected
to be present if nothing unforseen oc
curs. It is undurstoold that the min
ing congress proposes to take an ac
tive interest in the greater questions
of conservation that are engaging the
attention of many national bodies at
thi3 time. Some weeks ago there was
a conference of a number of the
western governors in Salt Lake Cit
and the opinions of some of them
have been quoted quite freely since
In view of Governor Sloan's atten
dance at- the Los Angeles convention
he was interrogated somewhat rv -specting
his opinions concerning con
servation. He was asked: "Would
your attitude on conservation in the
event it comos up in Los Angeles, be-
n keeping with that of Governor
Hay of Washington and other western
Governor SIean's reply was as fol
lows: "I have had little or no opportunity
to Income familiar with the views of
Governor Hay and others who met in
Salt Iake City, prior to the meet
ing of the conservation congress in
St. Paul. I am not a believer In
the extreme view that the national
government should alone control the
forests, water power or min ral re--sources.
nor on the othor hand, do I
believe these should be left for the
states to conserve under locul laws.
I believe that wise and effective con
servation can only lo brought about
by co-operation between the national
and the various state governments
in some practical plan, by which
waste and monopoly may be pre
vented, and which will at the same
times admit of the proper development
and utilization of all our natural re
sources. While I am 'willing to con
cede to the national government the
largest measure of control which it
may take and exe-rcise under th--constitution,
over our forests and
water power particularly, I yet be
lieve that whatever profit there m:i
1jo realized from such control and
management, should go to the states
In which these natural resources cx
i.t, and that our natural resources
in our western states and territories
ought not to be exploited by the fed
eral government as a nTeans of na
tional revenue, but sojoly in the in
terests of conservation. I shall ex
press some such view if pportunit'
is given me In the event I attend
Diarrhoea Is always mora or less
prevalent during September. Be pre
pared for It. Chamberlain's Colic,
and Diarrhoea Remedy is prompt and
effectual. It can always be depended
upon and is pleasant to take. For sale
by all dealers.
Fine Meeting of the Young Men's
Phoenix .Club Last Night.
The Young Glen's Phoenix Club held
another enjoyable dinner at the Forel
hotel last night, followed by a help
ful discussion of affairs in which tite
club is interested. About thirty mem
bers were present and the special
committee on membership reported
a growing Interest in the work of the
club. This committee which has fif
teen memljers and of which J. F.
Cleaveland is chairman, plans to hold
a meeting at the Ford hotel next
Monday at noon at which the work
of the committee will be discussed
and plans be laid for Increasing the
Last night's dinner .was a good one
both In respect of the menu and
what came after It. President L. H.
Civille presided and there were
speeches on twe subjects that con
cern the club, the speakers being lim
ited to fifteen minutes each and after'
each address -the members generally
discussed the subject of It and the
remarks of the speakers.
The two subjects bear a close rela
tion to each other. The first one,
which was responded to by Kev. Rob-
SEPT. 17 TO THE 24TH
SOME CRISP GINGHAM
have just arrived. Scotland
hasn't sent anything preltier
'n color blcndings this season.
The variety, too, of checks,
plaids, stripes and the good
plain colors is wonderfully
pleasing and satisfactory,
giving a wide choice in selec
tion. Every woman knows
the e-xcellent laundering qual
ities of these charming
dre-sses. The new .es with
short sleeves and low neck
will ple-ase the housekeeper,
but we also have them with
long sleeves and high neck,
in both styles at $2.75 to
$4.50, anel worth a gooel deal
more. Come In and see them
today. We'll soon run short
9- 4 Sheeting, full ble-acheel, Fruit
of the Loom and Pieiuett, p.-r
yard - 32C
10- 4 Sheeting, PIquot quality, full
bleached. See this at yard 40c
6-4 Sheeting, full bleached, a good
value at p-r yard 27c
9-4 Sheeting, unbleached, Pepperell
eiuality, at per yard , 30c
HANDKERCHIEFS TO TAKE TO
When she stops to think of it, the
average mother is apt to shudeler
when she conside-rs the number of
handkerchiefs Jack and Jill neeel for
school. But if she invests in these
modestly priced ones the decrease
through loss, wear and te-ar will not
Ik so expensive as formerly. We are
offering school handkerchiefs today
at 5c each, and the-y're all linen, which
of course is apt to the life of a hand
kerchief much longer. They're plain
white and some fancy-
Pretty tapestry patterns,
size CO Inches, special price,
Plain color damask, in Nile
and Olive, with Grecian bor
der, at $5.00 to ?8.00 pair.
Oriental patterns, tapestry
fringed, extra good value at
$4.00 a pair.
Tapestry in Oriental de
signs, size C0x3 yards, each
Curtains in green and
brown shades with black
open designs, entirely new,
per ialr $7.50.
One-Yard Wide Sheeting, Wakulla Mills product, unbleached and
amrked at per yard 7JoC
"M" Sheeting, unbleached, 3C Inches wide, per yard : ...10c
Blcachcd Sheeting, 3G inches wide, soft finished, special, at per
yard S 1-3c
"Hope" Shoeting, 30 inche'S wide, a good eiuality. tiiado by the Lons
dale Company, per yard .' ' lc
Lonsdale Muslin, full bleached, yard wido. special, per yard 12ic
4-4 Indian Head, excellent, well known quality, full bleached, per
Muslin Sheets, Mohawk brand, size ,Slx90, each $1.00
Piquot Sheets, plain hemmed, siz SlxOU. price, each $1.10
Mohawk Sheels, sis. 5 1x30,-also Piquot quality same size, each... 69c
Piquot Sheets, size SlxD3. hemstitched, special at, each $1.35
Pillow Cases, Mohawk brand, well
Size 42x3fi, each 20c
Size 45x30. each 22c
Pillow Cases, Piquot quality:
Size 12x36. each 2Zy2cr-
Size 13x36, each 25c
Pillow Cases, Franconia brand, size
15x36, special price, each 11c
This Burlap comrs in green,
blue, brown and tan. 36 inuhes
widi-. and the best Burlap ever of
feml, at per yard 15c
Curtain Swisses, in white and ecru, dots and figured designs; come and seo the new
tans, in checks and stripe's. Price per yard 25c and 35c
Curtain Nets, in white and ecru
54-inch wide, per yard 50c
36-inch wide, per yard 35c
72-inch -wide, per yard $1.00
Bungalow Curtain Material, in tho latest white and ecru color: 36 to 15 inches wide,
and at prices from a yard . 15c to 75c
Curtain Screen, 36 inches wide, in the most beautiful designs; also plain white and
ecru: per yard 20c, 25c, 30c
Nottingham Curtains, in , white and ecru: size 3 yards' by IS inches, at per
pair $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00
Voile Curtains, hemstitched, 5-inch lace insertion border anel nurrow Inco edge, ecru shade, at, pair.$4-50 to $9.00
Lace Curtains, in plain ecru, and white net, with Battunburg edges 3 yards by -IS inches, at pair. .$5.50 to $1350
Curtains, plain white net, with Battenburg edge and insertion; regular JU.00 a pair; only two pairs. Today
a pair $6.00
Wool Batting, for full-size comforts, extra heavy sheet, at each $2.39
"Reddisode" Batting, entirely new, one sheet, size Six72, weight 4 iounds ;each , $1.50
Majestic Batting, pure white, quilt size, 6x7 feet, weight 3 pounds, eacii $1.25
White Petal Batting, one pound package, one shet, e-ach 40c
ert S. Fisher, was: "How tei Bring
About Effective Co-Operation In Mat
ters of Civic Improvement." The
other subject, tSjtoken to by Frank
DeSouza, was: "Can tho Young Men's
Phoenix Club Secure Such Co-Oper-ation"
In tliis connection it is well to an
nounce that tho cliib has a civics
committee and last night's topics were
along tho line of that committee's
work which includes such things as
creating a public sentiment that will
help materially in general town im
prvcmcnts such as keeping , vacant
lots cleared ef weeds and debris, and.
other matters that have to he regu
lateel by sentiment rather than by
law. The chairman of that committee
Is Dr. Roy Thomas and the other
members are Frank De 'Souza, Rev.
R. S-. Fisher, Prof. C.Iaudo D. Jones
and Dr. K. S. Godfrey.
The next meeting of the club will
bo on the 20th, probably at the Ford
hotel, though that is not definitely
Never Fails to Restore
Gray Hair to its Natural
Color and Beauty.
No matter how long it has ben pray
or faded. Promotes a luxuriant growth
of healthy hair. Stops its falling out,
and positively removes Dan
druff. Keeps hair soft and glossy.
Will not soil skin or linen. Will not
injure your hair. Is not a dye.
SI and 50c. bottles, at druggists
Send 2c for free books "The Care 6f the Hafrand
Skin." Philb Hay Spec Co.. Ncwark;N.JUS.A.
Hay's SSdnfeenlth Ointment cures
Ecacmn, relieves pain, bruises, burn, bites,
chap)Vl hands, chafing, sunburn, prickly heat.
35c. at drufiviats. Send 10c. lor safitylo tube
FOR S'ALE AND RECOMMENDED
BY A. L. BOEHMER, CENTER AND
Starlight What makes you .so conn
dent of success next season? Have 'you
a great play?
' Footlight Xo; but I have read some
ol jthe things my pressgent Is going to
print about" my airship andrmy domestic
Under United States
C OME people only half appreciate
the impregnable security af
forded by a National Bank under
The TJ. S. Government makes frequent, un
expected and keen investigation into the
business conducted by tliisinstitution, and
the National Bank of Arizona always
emerges froin each examination with flying
It is the oldest bank in Phoenix and has a
larger capital and surplus than any other
bank in Arizona, which is the true indica
tion of a bank's strength.
These are a few of the many reasons why
You should make it Your bank.
4 Of Interest Paid A OS
u on Term Deposits mTV
The National Bank of Arizona
TH VALLEY MACHINE COMPANY
Seventh Avenue and Jackson Street.
Phone Main 431.
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