THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN,
MONDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 19, 1912.
OPERATIONS CHANDLER CO.
(Continued from Page One.)
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ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, Phoenix, Ariz.
Please order for me, 10 cents herewith to cover
Pattern No Size .., f
NOTE: These patterns are ordered for you from
Chicago and require about 10 days to get thein to
Now Up-to-Date and Replete With Modern Appliances
JOB PRINTING of every description
Quotations on your BINDING the lowest
Lowest figures on all classes of R.XJLING
"Effectiveness, Efficiency, Economization and the efigS"
with velvet. Thw
one alo includes a
little yoke or chem
isette of dotted net.
It is very pretty
and very smarrand
at the same time
is simple and child,
ish in effect. The
waist is quite novel.
It includes kimono
sleeves and also
shows the new bib
effect while the
skirt Li six gored.
If a more drcsvsy
frork w wanted, tbe.
yoke or chemisette
can te omitted and
the sleeves can be
Treated in this way
the frock would be
pretty made from
rose colored cash
in e r e or chiffon
broadcloth or ma
terial of the kind,
or it coo Id be made
from one of the
chailis that are so
attractive. I -iter
the model will be
a good one for
Pink: linen would
be charming trim
med with bands o
white and with
yoke of all-over
could be trimmed
with plain to give
just the effect illus
trated. For the 12 year
size will be required
5J.4 yards of ma
terial 27, 4 yards
36, yards 44
inches wide with
s yard 18 inches
wide for the yoke
and 5 yards of
Tbe May Mantoo
pattern. No. 7208,
is cut in sizes foe
giris.of 10, T2 and
14 years of age, f '
do not make their lands work In
tensively.' lie says that statistics have been
compiled showhift that the California
ranchers pav as high as $25 or $30 per
aetv foot for water and sometime-? as
high as J 1500 per miners inch for
water rights. The average price paid
by the California ranchers, according,
to the statistics compiled, it J12.S5 per
acre foot and as it takes four acre
feet usually to make a crop it costs
annually approximately J50 an acre
for watej a.s against four or five dol
lars an acre here, even if there be no
relief afforded by extended pa?, merits,
on the reservoir.
Finally, the meat of a little talk witli
.Mr. Hall last night, was that there is
nothing the matter with this valley
except a lack of cooperation and the
putting up of enough money with
which to do a little advertising. That
is not a new theory but .Mr. Had says
ii is well demonstrated right hen-, in
what tlie Chandler company lias done
If every laud owner in the valley who
has surplus land to sell, would put up
a fund of $1 per acre with which to
idvertise in California, the way sett
lers could be brought here would be
most amazing. The land would either
be sold out quickly or the demand for
.t would increase its value $25 to $50
an acre In a short time. Either way
It would be a magnificant investment
BUSY DAYS AT THE CAPITOL
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and to revere it as the most sacred
emblem of liberty that lias ever waved
on Earth. If they are sincere in this,
none ever need fear for the quality
of the citizenship when they reach ma
Personally. .Mr. Hardcrs. I want to
commend you on the excellent nature
of your work in advancing the educa
tional and material conditions of the
Indians of Arizona.
Assuring you of my appieciation of
the little gift, which the children sent
ne, and also of my deep personal re
gard for you.
Most cordially ours.
NEW YORK CITY TAKES AIRS
(Continued from Page One.)
tune pieces for a period at the sign of
the three balls, will in future be. c.im
pelled to prove by a bill of y.ile that
the watch Is their own property.
New Tork flat dwellers are jubilant.
At lust they have won a victory over
the landlord. The appellate division
of the supreme court has decided that
if an aparment, supposed to be bett
ed by steam, is too cold for comfort,
the tenant is justified in moving and
the landlord cannot hold him to his
lease. Hundreds of New Yorkers,
finding their apartments not habitable
on previous cold winters, luve vacated
only to find themselves held for the
amount of the rent until the lease
expired. Hut finally one man with an
apartment on Riverside Drive ap
pealed to a higher court. His lease
contained no reference to heating the
apartment or maintaining a stated
temperature. But the court de
cided such a provision must le read
into every lease for a dwelling. There
fore there is a great joy among all
flat dweller and coal dealers.
The Republican Want Ads pay.
GROWING EXPORTS OF MANU
FACTURES. .More than a billion dollar's worth of
manufactures passed out of oontiental
1911. The estimate or the Bureau of
Statistics of the department of com
merce and labor, made some weeks
ago. that the total value of manufac
tures sent to foreign countries and the
non-contiguous Territories of the L'nit
ed States in 1911 would aggregate
more than a billion dollars is justified
by figures just received by that bureau
showing in detail the foreign com
merce of the year. They give as the
total value of manufactures sent to
foreign countries in the' year ending
December 31. 1911, J9G4.773.9GS; to
Women who bear children and re
main healthy are those who prepare
their systems In advance of baby's
coming. Unless the mother aids
nature in its pre-natal work the crisis
finds her system unequal to the de
mands made upon it, and she is often
left with weakened health or chronic
ailments. No remedy is so truly a
help to nature as Mother's Friend,
and no expectant mother should fall
to use it. It relieves the pain and
discomfort caused by the strain on
the ligaments, makes pliant and elas.
tic those fibres and muscles which
naturo la expanding, prevents numb
ness of limbs, and soothes the inflam
mation of breast glands. The system
being thus prepared by Mother'3
Friend dispels the fear that the crlsl3
may not be safely met. Mother's
Friend assures a speedy and complete
recovery for the mother, and she Is
left a healthy woman to enjoy the
rearing of her
Friend is sold at
Write for our free
honk for einect-
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gestions of a helpful nature.
BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO,, Atlutt, Ga.
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"ROYAL SOCIETY" EMBROIDERY FLOSS AND
In a sealed envelope you'll find the material stamped and tinted with Roy
al Society embroidery floss and design showing arrangement of stitches and
colors Also card board forms and backing where necessary and all instruc
tions for making. We also have lace edgings and banding in colors to go with
this work. Below you will find the numbers by which to order.
"o. G25 Fancy apron 25c
"o. 027 Fancy apron 25c
Vo. 593 Shirt holder 75c
'o. COl Telephone pad 25c
'o. Go7 Whisk broom holder.. 35c
So. 599 Collar bag 50c
"o. till II,nd bag 50c
o. GioNecktie rack 50c
No. till Comb and brush bag 35c
No. 591 Centerpiece 50c
No. GOO Whisk broom ladder.. 35c
No. 017 Center piece 50c
N. notCenter piece 50c
No. 590 Library scarf 51.00
WAIT FOR OUR WHITE SALE
In a f-v. il.is ue will ain't-nnc-e tin- date of "Our White Sale." and
ne promise a sab tli.it will startle in those wbo an- fainlUir with the
great alues aln.ivs offered h -re The bi.xt we can s.r now l to WAIT
Porto riico. f J 1. SGI. 137. anJ to Hawaii. I THINKS A NAPOLEON IS
J15.337.75V making a total of tl.Ool.- j NEEDED.
972.SS3 as "the value of ' manufactures j Looking- over the world at the pres
ipassing out of continental L'nited ent moment, a spectacle is presented
States last your. which has almost no jMirallel in his-
These figures of manufactures sent tT.v since the day that followed the
out of the i-oiinrrv laft year Include i"'nch Revolution, when Kur.ipe was
I Ih.th finished manufactures ready for
consumption and manufactures for
further use in manufacturing. Of man-
ufactures rendv for use the total ex -
oortittion was J640.000.OOo and of man-
..r .......i.,.., h,.i,w,v
utni iiiir Kit n on' -,
to -be used as materials in-other indirs- j
tries JSV.000.000. - .
ICxjMirt.s of manufactures from the
l'nited States have more than doubled
in ten years and iuintupled in twenty
years. In 1 Sill they aggregated $190.
nnn.ono; in i;toi. J447.o00.000. and in
1911. J9G1.750.O0O. or $1,002,000,000 if
we iudude shipments to Porto Kico
and Hawaii. ICxports of iron and sieel
manufactures gained J7J.000.000 in the
ten years irom ij9I to kwi. ami conl)ict with the Intrenched Kuropean
000.000 in the ten years from 1901 to jvnasties: when the commercial poli
1911: copper manufactures, chiefly in clvA of tl. h.mU,tK nations, snarling
the form of pigs, bars and ingots. , .v..,. COveted markets,' will embroil
gained J25.000.000 in the ten years from ttm. competing peoples In bitter war
1S91 to 1901, and J69.O00.OOO in the pe- faro; wll,. tIl s,ui,jL.ct races, weary
riod 1901-1911: refined mineral oil of .I1K fiound into extinction under
gained 52G.00O.O00 from LS91 to 1901. j the heel of despotic neighbors, will
and J33.000.000 from 1901 to 191 1. and j j rebellion and revenge. Tin
wood manufactures gained J23.00O.00O , st.,t,. f affairs is bad enough, but
in the period 1S91-1901 '-and J45.00O.OO0 u ,ay ere long become much worse,
in tlie 1901-1911 ticriod. Of the articles ! with rhuN.m rnmini. :imi tii..
Included under the head of "all other"
large gains; agricultural
implements from J3.333.000 in 1S91 to
J36.000.00o in 1911: leather and manu-
factures thereof, from $13,333,000 to
$57,000,000: cars and carriages, from
$1.00.000 to $35,000,000: cotton nianu-
ractures from $14,000,000 to J4G.000.000;
chemicals, drug and medicines, from
$5,000,000 to S21.000.000: paper and
manufactures thereof, from $3,000,000
to $19,000,000: naval stores, from
J8.333.000 to J27.000.000, and scientific
instruments from Jl.500.00o to J13.000.
000 American manufactures are hold in
all parts of the civilized world. Last
year the exports of agricultural im
plements from the L'nited States to
Rassia aggregated $7,273,203: those to
Canada and Argentina, each about
JG.000.000: to Germany. $2,378,953, and
to France. $3,0SS,29S. About $3,333,000
worth of automobiles went to tlie
Cnited Kingdom last year, and nearly
double that sum to Canada. Mexico.
Cuba and Argentina, as well as Cana
da, are taking large amounts of rail
way equipment, the value of freight
and passenger cars alone sent to each
of those countries last year ranging
from $1,000,000 to $2,500,000. Europe
took nearly $1,250,000. Europe took
nearlv $1,250,000 worth of American
clocks and watches in 1911 and Canada
an almost equal amount. Our grow
ing exports of copper pigs are mostly
sent to the industrial countries of Eu
rope. All grand divisions and practi
cally all important countries are rep
resented in our high-record exports
of iron and- steel In their numerous
forms rails, typewriters, structur.il
forms, cash registers, adding machines,
locomotives, sewing machines, wind
mills, printing .presses, etc. Cuba.
Canada and Great Britain offer large
and growing marekts for our boots and
shoes. Detailed information regard
ing tlie trade in the various articles
exported, including their distribution
by countries. Is available in. the annual
olume. "Commerce and Navigation of
the Cnited States." shortly to be is
sued by the department of commerce
and labor through its bureau of Sta-
ss-jftssA. portion of
504 rect idea of
N'o. G22 -
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. . . 35c
-Fancy bag ...
-Fancy lag . . .
' H-niioil of war and the tramp
"rn1 l,"sl! was nearu from me
J ,,0 u Tjus. Tile world is at
!1;l! moment In the throes of Just
a"c1' a tHs,s- Hn'1 ' ono knows when
Hie area of the conflict may b
tended. In the Levant Italy and Tur
key are locked in a death grapple; in
the. Far Hast China 'is seething with
I loody strife; in Portugal strikers
who are adherents of the monarchy
and tile upholders of the repuhlie
hae. again met in battle: in Persia
there are massacre and distress In
eensetiuence of the English and Bus
sian determination to rule or ruin. It
s only a ouestion of time when the
j rMuf. li(U. I S()t.jaUsm wHI COIIU. illU,
tohter scourges of divine wrath ready
to descend upon the enfeebled popu-
It is a situation, as has been said,
that has hardly a parallel since the
riays that followed the French Bevo-
1 lution, and is potent in possibilities
lor evils yet more dire. And there
does not apnear to be anywhere a
personality like that of the great
Corsican whose guns put an end to
the anarchy and chaos of Europe aft
er tlie Reign of Terror. There Is no
new Cromwell In England; no new
Cavour in Italv; no new Stein in
Germany; no new Xaiolenn any
where. That is what the world ap
parently needs some strong man to
take hold of the reins that a horde
ot noisy weaklings have tangled:
some masterly mind who will bend
ethers to his will and make that will
the supreme law. Peace parliaments
an dliumanitarian conferences have
produced little effect, und the clamor
of a thousand voices is drowned in
the thunder of a thousand guns.
Cynical as the suggestion muy seem,
in the light of history one is almost'
Umpted to nropose that a "To Let"
sign be placed upon the- Peace Palace
at The Hague and an advertisement,.
"Wanted A Xapolcon," inserted in
all the newspapers of tlie world.
Manager Mullen announces an ex
cellent program tonight, with an en
tire change. A special feature .Mr.
Bob Wellington, tlie eccentric buck
dancer late of Harrigan and Horts'
minstrels. .Miss Hall offers two very
pretty songs entitled " When the Girl
You Love Turns Yon Down," and an
illustrated son "Billy" The photo
pUys will be as follows: "The Cow
ard." a thrilling picture, splendid act
ing ami stirring battle scenes; "Cow
boy Life." a pleasing and stirring
western story full of life and vim;
"Buckskin Jack." the earl of Glen
more Slight Mistake." a vitasraoh.
Splendid opportunities at this store opportunities in price re
fcions as well as advance showing of the latest spring styles,
course at the Boston Store you always expect the lowest prices
we assure you there will be no disappointment now. Note
closing out offer on Crosby and Itedfern Corsets.
SPRING 1912 STYLES
MILLINERY AND APPAREL
NOW BEING SHOWN
We invite you to see the advance showing of Women's Outer Gar
ments and exclusive models in stylish millinery. Only a small
our big stock has arrived, but
the prevailing- styles for the
arrivals are coming in by
new to this department. Therefore make it a point to
visil inis store every time you are aown
. . .75c
. . .75c
. . .75c
. . .75c
-Baby dress .
-Baby's bib . .
-Hand bag . . .
! comedy full of Mt.tbu. i harm u.d
'delightful humor. "The Hypnotist." a
comedy or naturally tunny compile- j
tlnris tlmr are latigliable In the ex-!
The new bill at the Savoy is an un
usually '! one and one will no doubt
please all who see it. "The Princws
Charming" is a beautiful colored pic
ture telling a story that will please
both oM and" young and shows some
beautiful scenic effects. "The stck
J man from the I-a.-t" is a western story
and holds you in tht grasp of exciting
situations with which it is infused.
' The Revenue and the Girl" is a story
of the uult.scensed still and very inter
esting. "Who gets the reward" is a
Biogrnph comedy that is a sere-am
from beginning to end. Mr. Roberts is
singing ".My Hero" from the Cnucolnte
Soldier and the- Hymns of the old
.Church Choir, and the Savoy orches
tra is right there wi:h some gooi mu
sic. ; o
) FIRST LA GRIPPE, THEN BRON-
That was the case with Mrs. W. S
Bailey. McCreary, Ky. "My wife was
taken down witli a severe attack of
la grippe, which run into bronchitis.
i She coughed as though she bad con
sumption and could not sleep at
night. The first bottle of Foley s
Honey and Tar Compound gave her
so much relief that she continued
using it until she was permanently
cured." Elvey & Hulett
FEBRUARY 19 IN HISTORY.
ISO I The French army concentrated j
at Bordeaux for an invasion of
ISOj Nine French gunboats, attempt
ing to get into Brest were cap
tured by British frigates.
189 United States mail route to Key i
West established through the
newly acquired Florida territory.
1S30 Bread riots in Liverpool.
1854 Spanish officials at Havana, Cu
ba, released nine American pris
oners through fear of yvar with
the United States.
1855 President Pierce vetoed the
French spoliation bill, and L
faiied In the house to pass the
requisite vote over the veto.
1871 United States . Senator Joint
Shcittn of Ohio presented to the
Scna,tcaprotcst from 200 Chi
cago business men protesting
against the proposed inflation of
1881 The British commons by good
majority upheld Gladstone's
Egyptian policy. t
1894 President Cleveland surrendered!
to the senate oppindtion on tlie J
appointment of a supreme court i
justice, and nominated Senator;
Ed want V. White of Louisiana. '
who was immediately confirmed. 1
.Many persons Injured bv rioting!
street car strikers in Philadel
AN EPIDEMIC OF COUGHING
U sweeping over tlie town. Old and
young alike -are affected, and the
strain is particularly .hard on little
children and on elderiv neonle. Foley-
Honey and Tar Compound is a quick.'
tafe; and reliable cure for all coughs i
and -eolds Contains -no-opiates. Elvey j
& Hulett. I
TODAY'S BIRTHDAY HONORS.
Congressman John Emory Andruss
of the Nineteenth New York Pjstrict
enough to give you a cor-
comine season's wear
express and every day adds
We are closing out these two
makes of Corsets and offer our en
tire stock of Crosby & Redfern
Corsets at exactly half price. All
new styles and every woman knows
the high quality of these Corsets.
The regular prices range from 53.00
to 56.00. Now you can choose any
style you wish for
who .s s-irving his fourth term in the
house ot representatives, is seventy
one year.- old an.i a native of tin
state which he represents, having been
born at Pleasantville. Westchester
county. X. V.. in IStl. He was fitted
for college at Charlotteville Seminary.
Echoharie county. X. V.. and graduated
from Wesleyun Cniversity. Middlo
ti'wn. Conn., with the degree of A. B.
in the class of 1SG2.
For four yewrs he taught school in
Xew Jersey then engaged in the man
ufacture of medicinal preparations. He
is now a retired manufacturer ami
banker, president of the Xew York
I'harmaetitk-al Association ami of the
Palisade Manufacturing company,
treasurer of the Arlington Chemical
company, trustee of Wesleyan Univer -.-sity
and other institutions. He was
elected Mayor of Yonkers in 1903 and -went
first to congress as a member, oft "
tlie Fifty-ninth session. He is a prom
inent republican anil has taken an ae
tiee interest in the affairs of ids party
for many years.
Foley Kidney Pills will cure any
case of kidney or bladder trouble not
beyond the reach of medicine. No
medicine can do no more. Elvey &
NIPPON IMPORTING CO.
JAPANESE ART AND CURIO
All New Goods Jutt Arrived.
Phone, Overland 535.
205 N. Center St., Phoenix. Ariz.
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