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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN- FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1896. HARD TIMES A PINCHED MONEY MARKETI WHAT READY CASH WILL DO I Invites the attendance of the world at the FIFTH SES SION of the ABIZONA THE "HUB." yens Suits Mien's fine black dress suits. Made of 20 oz., all wool, soft, handsomely finished CLAY WORSTED, cut latest style, exquisitely tailored and trimmed. Suits that we always gefc $14 for and cannot 'he equalled elsewhere less than $15 and $16. The Swell Shirt Fancy colored bosom, linen cuffs to (match. The swellest, nobbiest shirts ever shown in Phoenix; in all the new patterns, fancy stripes and figures.' Regular prdoei, $1.25 and $1.50. iWe put on sale this week at This week only for $9.75 Boys' Suits For this week only 200 boys' strict ly all wool cheviot suits, double breast ed, up-todate suits, woiHh and marked to sell at !$4 and $4.50. This wee k at $2.90 Children's Reefers Double attractions to all buyers Just now as prices are cut to the very core. Look the town over; you will find goods as cheap nowhere else. Reefer Suits For little fellows, from 3 to 8 years of age in all wool cheviot, fancy style. Our regular price $3 and $3.50. Others gelt for same, $3.75 and $4. This week at $1.95 THE "HUB." Hats Hats We nave beyond a doubt the largest and best selected line of tots ever brought to Phoenix. The fashion for the fall is that ever popular hat, the Alpine" or "Fedora." We show them in tihe newest styles and give you 12 different colors to select from. ONE OF OUR SAILE PUSHING WONDERS will be your choice any color, Brown, Black, Otter, Java, Golden Brown and Pearl. Hats worth and sold regular at $1.75 and $2. This week, 95c See Our Window. A Harvest in Gents' Furnishings 100 doz. four-ply Idnen collars, reg' ular 15c and 20c grade. This week only 5c. liaundirled colored , percale shirts, collars and cuffs attached. Regular 60c and 75c grade. While they last, 38c. Man's white laundried shirts made from Utica Nonpariel (Muslin, Ijnen bosoms, felled seams, continuous back and sleeve facing, finished tibrough out in ibest possible manner. All sizes, 14 to 17, sold usually at 75c and $1. This week at 45c. We offer ithe celebrated Yund, Ken nedy & Yund ribbed natural wool un derwear ifor men. They are.aboult 87 per cent wool just enough mixture to keep from shrinking. The quality is usually sold at 90c and $1. This week only, 50c. , THE "HUB.' 95c Overcoats We know it is a little warm to talk overcoats to you, but you can't tell when you may want one, when you inspect our $10 OVERCOATS. Com mercially speaking, all wool frequently means part cotton, but when we say all wool we are positive (and are not guessing) that the cloth is all wool. Our Special $10 MOIL KflTION eons To be. held in Phcenix December.15, 16, 1 7, 1896 Overcoats. Jjeave it to your tailor; He Says $25 and $30 Leave it to us; We Say $1250 If you ihave your clothes made to order we want to call your attention to our ''Special Order DepartmenIL" We are the sole repaesentativies of the "Royal Tailor" in. Arizona. Suits made to order, $9.75; Pants made to order, $2.45. Satisfaction guaranteed or no sale. Men most skilled in irrigation development will be present from every portion of North America, and the work, as outlined by the National Executive Committee, will be the most important ever known in its field. The attendance will be promoted by the especially low railway rates, which will not exceed a single limited first class fare for the round trip, Phcenix and return, from all main routing points between Chicago and the Pacific Ocean. Entrance into Phcenix may be by either the Santa Fe or Southern Pacific systems. Thus will be afforded at the lowest cost an opportunity not only to attend the interesting sessions of the Congress, but as well to visit the Sun-Kissed Land, Arizona, a region of mystery to nearly all Americans, yet a land known to be of weird and wonderful natural beauty. Phcenix, the Capital City and Metropolis of Arizona, extends her welcome and in the vicinity, by the object lesson of hundreds of thous ands of arid acres made fertile and productive by water, will demonstrate the practical side of irrigation. Ample accommodation will be proviled for all at the lowest of rates and excursions and other entertainment will be freely tendered the city's guests. Side trips at especially low rates will be available to the City of Mexico, to Southern Califor nia and to the Grand Canyon of the Colorado. AJ1 inquiries will be cheerfully answered by the officers of the Local Committee on Arrangements, and advertising matter descriptive of Arizona and of the Congress will be promptly forwarded on application. THE "HUB." WALTER TALBOT, Chairman Local Committee. james McMillan, Secretary Local Committee, JAS. H. McCLINTOCK, Nat'l. Committeeman for Arizona.