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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1911.
Guaranteeing full satisfaction goes with everything
you buy from us. In our store you will find a com
plete stock of
WOVEN WIRE FENCING
HARNESS, COLLARS & Strap Work
PAINTS AND OILS
JOHN DEERE PLOWS
PLEASURE AND BUSINESS VEHICLES
EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE
Visit Us Before You Buy
EZRA W. THAYER
in of Wheat Flour
21 pounds $1.00
18 pounds $2.00
Reuter-Elwell Co.. Grocers, i
Next to New York Store.
Credit and Financial Standing
It strengthens the credit anil financial standing of a business to have
an account with tills old, conservative banking institution.
Accounts subject to check are invited.
National Bank of Arizona
Oldest Bank in Phoenix. Capital $200,000.00. Surplus, $100,000.00.
TO GASOLINE ENGINE USERS
DRAIN YOUR ENGINE WATER JACKETS
THESE COUD NIGHTS, OR YOU WILL HAVE
A CRACKED CYLINDER. FOR REPAIRS
Kunz Bros & Messenger
Machine Works Two Blocks South of Court Houso
More than 1500 Subscribers in Phoenix
.Long Distance connections to the principal points in
Arizona, and Perfect Service are an inducement,
why not have a Consolidated Telephone?
Residence Rates $1.00 per month and up.
Telegraph & Electric Co.
24-26-28 N. First St. Main 24, Contract Dep't.
Gilt Edge Investment
Security, Overland Telephone &
Telegraph Co.'s 20-Year Gold
Bonds net 7o Interest, pay
GENERAL OFFICE: 246 WEST .ADAMS ST.
THE ADVENTURES OF
By E. Phillips Oppenheim Delilah
( Copy wrlght, .1909, by the Pearson Pub
CADILLAC AND STUDEBAKER
Garage, Supplies and Repairing
ARIZONA MOTOR COMPANY
36 & 38 E. Adams St.
jCentinutJ from ynttrjay)
"And supposing." Miss Brown
asked, " that this Is not all she wants
supposing, for instance, she persists
in her desire for information concern
ing Mr. Spencer Fitzgerald? "
"Then." Peter Ruff admitted, "I'm
afraid that I must conclude that her
unchivalrous clod of a husband has
Indeed stooped to make a tool of her."
" And in that case," Miss Brown de
manded, " what shall you do? "
" I was Just thinking that out,"
Peter Ruff said mildly, "when you
The friendship of Peter Ruff with
the wife of his enemy certainly ap
peared to progress in most satisfactory
fashion. The dinner and visit to the
theater duly took place. Mr. Ruff was
afterwards permitted to offer a slight
supper and to accompany his fair com
panion a portion of the way home In
a taxlcab. She made several half
hearted attempts to return to the sub
ject of Spencer Fitzgtrald. but her
companion had be'en able, on each oc
casion, to avoid the subject. Whether
or not she was the victim of her hus
band's guile, there was no question
about the reality of her enjoyment
during the evening. Ruff, when ho
j remembered the flash of her eyes
i across the table, the touch or her nn-
gers in the taxi, was almost content
i to believe her false to her truant lover.
I If only she had not been married to
I John Dory, he realized, with a little
sigh, that he might have taught her
to forget that such a person existed
as Spencer Fitzgerald, and to Induce
her to become Mrs. Peter Ruff!
On their next meeting, however,
Peter Ruff was forced to realize that
his secretary's instinct had not mis
led her. It was, alas, no personal
and sentimental regrets for her former
, lover which had brought the fair
Maud to his office. The pleasures of
I her evening they dined at Romano's
( and had a box at the Empire were
I insufficient this time to keep her from
I recurring continually to the subject of
her vanished lover. He tried strategy
jealousy amongst other things.
" Supposing," he Eaid, as they sat
quite close to one another in the box
during the interval, " supposing I were
to Induce our friend to come to Lon
don I imagine he would be fairly safe
now if he kept out of your husband's
way what would happen to me?"
" You! " she murmured, glancing at
him from behind her fan and then
dropping her eyes.
"Certainly me!" ho continued.
" Don't you think that I Bhould be do
ing myself a very HI turn if I brought
you two together? I have very few
friends, and I cannot afford to lose
one. I am quite sure that you still
care for him."
She shook her head.
" Not a scrap! " she declared.
" Then why did you put that adver
tisement in the paper? ' Ruff asked,
with smooth but swift directness.
She was not quick enough to parry
his question. He read the truth in
her disconcerted face. Knowing it
now for a certainty, ho hastened to
" Forgive me." he said, looking
away. " I should not have asked that
question It Is not my business. I will
write to Fitzgerald. I will tell him
that you want to see him, and that
I think it would be safe for him to
come to London."
Maud recovered herself quickly. She
thanked him with her eyes aa well as
4And you needn't be Jealous, really,"
she whispered behind her fan. " I only
want to see him once for a few min
utes to ask a question. After that,
I don't care what becomes of him."
A poor sort of Delilah, really, with
her flushed face, her too elaborately
colffured hair with lta ugly ornament,
her ready-made evening dress with
Its cheap attempts at smartness, her
cleaned gloves, Indifferent shoes. But
Peter Ruff thought otherwise.
" You mean that, after I have found
him for you, you will still come out
with mo again sometimes?" he asked
"Of course! " she answered. "When
ever I can without John knowing,"
she added, with an unpleasant little
laugh. " If you only knew how I
loved the music and the theaters, and
this sort of life! What a good time
your wife would have, Mr. Ruff! " she
It was no Joking matter with him.
He had to remember that he was, In
effect, her tool, that she making use
of him, willing to betray her former
lover at her husband's bidding. It
was enough to make him, on his side,
burn for revenge! Yet he put the
thought away from him with a shiver.
She was still the woman he had loved
-she was still sacred to him! That
night he pleaded an engagement, and
sent her home In a taxicab alone.
John Dory, waiting patiently at
home for his wife's return, felt a cer
tain uneasiness when she swept Into
their little sitting-room In all her
cheap splendor, with flushed cheeks
an obvious air of satisfaction with
herself and disdain for her Immediate
surroundings. John Dory was a common-place
looking man the absence
of his collar, and his somewhat
shabby carpet slippers, did not Im
prove his appearance. He had neg
lected to shave, and he wa3 drinking
beer. At headquarters he was not
considered quite the smart young
officer which he had once shown signs
He looked at hl3 wife with darken
ing face, and his wife, on her part,
thought of Peter Ruff in his Immacu
late evening clothes.
"Well." he remarked, grumblingly,
" you seem to find a good deal of pleas
ure in this gadding about! "
She threw her soiled fan on the
Tl it CIHtt'MMtJ)
THE EASTER BONNET
AND TIE OSTRICH PL1E
Likewise Balke's Big Curio Store
Headquarters for Plumes.
Easter is near' at hand. Easter sug
gests the new bonnet and by the easiest
step one comes to the ostrich plum..
That brings one naturally to the Balke
Big Curio store where there are the
finest and best plumes fr.r the money.
There are no other such ostrich feath
er bargains anywhere in the United
It -lias been mentioned that the
ostrich plume department of the Hlg
Curio store was never conducted for
profit. It lias always been on!v an ad
vertising adjunct and a valuable one.
I'luiiies have been sold at the lowest
possible figure and when the big cut J
was made in the closing out sale It in
cluded the ostrich plumes.
There are no handsomer plumes In
black and white to be found anywhere.
The feathers are the best, only the
hard-flue male stock being used. The
plumes are made up by the most expert
workmen giving to the pIum-3 a dis- ,
tinctive quality not found elsewhere.
In the Big Curio stock are plumes of
all length's and among them the grace
ful willow plumes, all of them hand
tied. Xow is the time; the ostrich plume
is recognized as an essential of the
stylish lady's wardrobe. It can be pro
cured now at a trifling cost.
THE ABSURD MILKMAN
A Skin of Beauty is r- oy rcrevpr.
lR, T. Follx Gournud'o Orlontal
Croam or Magical Booutlfle-.
Ktiuores Tan, I'lirplrt,
l-'rectlrs, .M..Ui IVdiea.
lUali, iitnl kin Iiiwarea,
aim i v-ry biemun
ou U.iut)'. mnil ilc
(ten ill Iritino. It
iiutlucd tho test
of ti years, and
In bo harmless w
In iiruix-rly made.
Accept no counter
ftit of similar
name. Dr. I A.
.'!avro tM to a
lauy of the biut
tun (a patlebt):
"As you ladki
wi'l use tlitm,
iournu.r C'rei.m' as the 'fast barmful or all ttf
akin preparations." Fraa!e ty alldrnwifta and lancy
(JooJi Draltra In the Unite J Stilt", Canada and Europe.
FfflO. T.HOPHSS. Pio. 37 Greal Jews Street farM.
Dr. Harvey W. Wylie, tho govern
ment's famous food expert, said in
Washington, apropos of food adulter
"One Ingenious chap defended the
use of chemical preservatives. All
preservatives were chemicals, he
Claimed. sail, which preserves u.i
con and mackerel, was a chemical,
and therefore borax or salicylic acid
should no more be dreaded in them
selves than salt.
"It made me laugh, that defense.
It reminded me. in Its absurd im-
Ipudence, of the milkman to whom a
"Why do you persist in putting
water in your milk?"
"Hut do you know of anything
cheaper, sir?" the milkman asked.
(jo) Relieves in 24 Hours (S)
Catarrh of the Bladder
De-Mire nj Counterfeits J I "-63!
Scott's Sanial-Pepsln Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
tin- UlaiMr-K i IWmmxI Kii-
ey. Hgci'i-i tioran. unrca
ulrklv ui'ii rnunentl. tho
worst ru t'i ti2arrhoe&
an.I 1U it, in- ma-.ti-r of bow
l unultm. .M ty 'irupKiets.
I'nco tl.ul. or lii mil, post
paid, cl.'ji), i Losea, $2.75.
THE SAHT.L-PFPSIN CO.
ELVEY 4. HULETT. A0nto
"You advise that man's constituents :
to stand by him?"
"Yep," replied Farmer Corntossel. "I ;
advise 'em to stand by close enough
to watch everything he does.' Wash-'
ington Tost. 1
A safe and simple remedy for
Bionchil'ii. Catarrh, Hay Fan
lnfiaQmatlonn. Irritations, nicer.
or llatnga of the now. tnriut.
stomach or urinary organs.
AT DRUGGISTS SI
It ty not t ure yeurietf
i Treatise with each bottl
or mailed on request.
Tii Erui Qenical Co.
THE BEST ALWAYS
One lot of l)l;ick Kersey Coats, ")?
inch length; made with shawl col
lar and braid trimmed. Sizes 31
to -14. Special Sale price
$3 a 75
Is known through
out the Southwest
as a Leading
Specialist in Chron
He has tho con
fidence ami patron
age of Uii) leauliiif
business men ami
nnal nrnmlflMnt 11 f
lzene 01 nmona. The Doctor U a Kjad
uato of Jlarvard Medical College. Wm
formerly a member of the Kliodu Iwanil
ami Colorado State Medlrai Societies, ami
dated States Pension Examiner. HoaHli
Is wealth Economy to bo wull! Aru
you suffering from some chronic affec
tion? Are jou weak, sick and W
to perform the ordinary duties of HM
If so, beware of patent medlelniifl. In
experienced and unskilled physrtelaitH.
Dr. Hilibard employs none but rational
and scientific ninthods he hss ho In
jurious ilrKS In removing the notaoRoua
effeits of BLOOD AND lTUVATIS DIS
EASES from the system. SKXUAL
WEAKNESS, with alt its baneful ef
fects jtositively eured by tho latest and
best remedies. Chronic-, nervous, litood.
kidne y, urinary. Madder and special dis
eases treati-d In a str'.ctlj up to iIhU
manner. AH who have been unsueresa
fully tfeati il e lwhere are speolnHy
Invited to i all Consultation free. Hour
to t 12, 1 to 3. OHl e and rsidertr.i
Monroe and Third Av-jiue. Soutl.-uat
isomer. wo Wnc-ks froca -nnter of iltj.
218 W. Washington St.
TEAS AND COFFEES
You Must Stop
FOR A COOL ROOM AND
A QUIET NIGHTS REST.
TSE WILLIAMS HOUSE
Big Waist Saie
A la rBi lot of Waists, linene ami
Madras inialilien, tilain-tniloreil ef
fects, with Ianpilereil collars anil
cuffs anil a lot of pretty Lawn
Waists, plain tucked fronts and
some lace trimmed; on sale
Monday at. f)Sd
Women's Siik Hose
A real bargain. Just think of it!
OettiiiR pure silk thread Hose In
plain black and colors; Hose worth
9Sc at our special price of. .l13
lilaek only; neatly einltmiib r u in
black and some with cdnred .n
broidery. They are sld rtsru'irl!
at $1.50 nrsUJl.25; sjiet ial f. r it
urday and Monday at,
lor pair fjStf
.Men's Silk Hose
Excellent quality silk thread, hi... k
and colors anil all s A n il
Bund value at. p.-r jnir SO?
V IM TY
WOOL DRESS SKIRT SALE
Black Voiles, Panamas and Mohair qualities, also pr.-v i .f.n - j.r 1
itlnin brown I'anamas: nothiiifr the run tier with tlii-m: tl.i ir. , !
good styles and sizes, and sold regularly at $T"o.
Have your choice at
Sale of Children's Wool Sale of Children's Wash
Made of serge in plain colors, black
and white shepherd checks and
plaids; sizes 10 to 12. Thev are worth
$3.00. Special Sale price. $2.98
Pretty little Dresses made of Per
cales, Ginghams and Galatea (Moth;
plaids, checks and stripes; sizes from
2 to G; regular .f 1.50 Dresses at. $1.00
Remember, that in or
der to maintain a vigor
ous body and mind it is
necessary to eat only
wholsome, strength giv
ing foods daily.
Cheap brands are al
ways inferior and never
are vitality builders.
We recommend as all
that is wholesome, nu
tritious and exceedingly
Good heavy knit quality, in
white and red; regular $G.7u
kind. Special for
M outlay at S1.25
Chiffon Bourette, entirely
now weave. In plain colors,
such us pink, lavender, light
blue, black and white;
per yard 35J
Flaxon, white, with neat lit
tle colored figures and dots
and small checks: linen
.35c 30 mil 23
Special Values in
One lot of black seal Hand
Rags, leather lined and coin
purse to match, gold and
silver plated frames; also
gun metal frames; all new
shapes and worth more. Our
Men's Night Shirts
Made of extra good outing flan
nel, witli turn-over collar; neat
patterns. They are worth 7fc.
Specjal price 59
Big Inducements in Our
Muslin Petticoats, with wide embroidery
flounce and rows of pin tucks; our reg
ular price, 12.00. Basement
Women's Drawers, made of good muslin,
rows of fine tucks and embroidery ruf
fle; worth S5c. Sale price 53'
Women's Drawers, good quality muslin.
tucked and hemstitched ruffle.
Corset Covers, made of good, soft qual
ity muslin and elaborately trimmed with
laces. They're worth 50c.
Special at 29
"Neotfit" School Hose, the best wearing
fine or heavy ribbed Hose made at such
small price. Special X53
Men's Hose, in black and colors: the
best Hose ever offered at,
per pair 12 l-25
Children's Ribbed Vests, light weight
quality, sleeveless, strongly taped, have
bone buttons and now selling
Our Great Remnant Sale
in the Economy
Should not be overlooked. Good many
pennies and dollars can be saved by
getting srtme of these excellent pieces of
merchandise. There are Lawns, Ging
hams, Dress Goods, Linens, Curtain Ma
terials. Burlaps, Cretonne and Scrims.
Four large tables full of desirable goods,
nuuked at a mere fraction of its cost.
Made of plain, white outing
flannel, and have turn-over yr
military collar; regular 51.-!
garments. Special at... 1.00
Bolt Pins, gold p'ltid and
oxidized silver. set with
pretty stones and r.all.v
worth more tlian our
Pearl Beads, well filled and
natural looking. They come
In three rtmight or gradu
atedsizes, at Trie
Beauty Pins, two on a card,
sterling, gold and enamel
finish; per set 25c1
Collar Pins, gold plated and
many oxidised silver, s.-t
with pretty stones. Many
novelties in this lot.
Cuff Buttons, gold plated or
sterling tops, oxidized sllvt r
and iK-arl. Just the thing
for your tailored waist.
rer sot 35c
Collar Pins and Bar Pins, s.-t
with the popular red stoms,
at 75c to 25
Shell, Amber and Grey Bar
rettes, in plain and jeweled
effects, at from
- S1.25 to 20d
A large lt of Torchon 'ace. in
sertions ami edsimjs, width
inch to P.. iiH-lii . SjKcial t..-mi.rn-w
at, p.-r ard.. . J
Have you tried
If not, we would sug
gest that you do so and
we know your verdict
will be that their supe
riority and wholesome
ness can not be questioned.
Handled and Distrib
E. S, WAKELIN