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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1896.
Our last week's sales demonstrated to us that low prices on first-class goods will bringtrade, no matter how dull the TIMES. ARIZONA TUP" 35 "HUB The special offering of last week pales before the brighter gleam of the brilliant bar gains that mark THIS WEEK'S matchless sale of Men's and Boys' Fall and Winter Outfittings fresh from the factories of the most noted makers. Laundried J SUSPENDERS . Mens Winter White Shirts. 1 ss zstsrjz Wt Underwear. to do it ait Ithe price we ask tor them. Most likely none in town of any kind , . , . . , . . . Linen bosom, cuffs and neck band. are marked so tow. Actual 25c Several hundred pieces ofoda and with continuous facing and reinforced 35c mlues, lightly damaged. This ends. Shmts and drawers worm up to yoke, mil cut and ae comfortable and week only, $1 single .ent We hainch them ali. iood wearing a shirt as ever left the Your choice this week only, factory, to sell $1, at f" 45c- C ; Knee Pants. ; r 11 1 1 c PiH mill In No need to take up space to tell you Men's Linen Collas. ""O11"" WUlitU. their real worth. They are marked and sold regularly at 25c and 35c (ages, 4 Mens four.ply pnre llnea collars, Well made, of absolute fast Gamer 'to 14). This week you can have them different styles; formerly sold percale, with attacked collar and cuffs; at at 15c, 20c and 25c each; on sale tihis regular price, 60o and 60c, for this week week at, per dozen, ORo - fiflp Aallj (We limit tne ttumlber sold to each UUO " customer). Invites the attendance of the world at the FIFTH SES SION of the MIL YOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU WANT IT, An elegant black cheviot sack suit, latest style, handsomely tailored, strongly sewed, perfect fitting, equal to any sold elsewhere at $9 and ?10. Our special price for this week only. r Mn'a fiti black worsted dress suits. made of 20 oa., all wool, soft, hand somely finished. Clay worsted suits, mit la,tis.t. stvle. exauisltely trimmed and finished. Suits that we always get $14 lor and cannot foe equalled else where lor Dees man i3 etna io. r ui- few days only. $5.95 $9.75 Overcoats mads up In the most per fect manner: very desirable material in overcoatings produced this season. Black, brown and all popular shades, We naime a few specials for tibia week to start them. Kerseys, Meltons (black and tans), and Gray clays, this week, combes To be held in Phoenix December 15, 16, 17s 1896 $7.95 $11.95 WE NEED MONEY AND WILL HAVE IT. Almost the entire space on one aide f our store la taken mp with, hats from the most noted makers. Fedoras, stiff bats, alpines, crushers, staple and oth er shapes. (Flat shape and roll brim, in pearl, 'black, brown, Java, coffee, steel, vicuna and dtone. On sale this week. Fedoras and Alpines, all colors. Other dealers ask 2.S and $3 for these grades. This week we give you your choice of all at Dark brown or iblack Fedora, latest style; regular price $1j2S, $1.50; this week. $1.45 75c Yachltang caps tor boys and girls, The very best article put on the market, to sell at 36e and 60c; this week, Boys' pearl eolored planter, 90' grade, 45c Boys' Saxony wool hat, very desir able goods, marked and sold at 60c and 75c; this week 35c 15c Ask to see the children's and misses' Tarn O'Shantera and Eton caps. We are selling at 50c An elegant line of men's and 'boys' golf caps, assorted colors and patitems, silk lined. Regular value, 50c and 75c. This week, - 15c BANKRUPT PRICES DISCOUNTED- Youths' suits, ages 12 to 20 years; black and blue l&r worsteds, fancy worslteds, cheviots and .Thibets, in solid colors eoa fancy mixtures, new over-plaids and broken checks, finely trimmed, perfect fitting, actually woifth 12.50 and $14. This week only, $8.50 Junior Suits ills ! to 11 Tens. Tfoie Increasing popularity of this suit has warranted us in carrying an extra fine line of them in all the new stylee and pretty patterns. Prices this week, . $2.90 $3.50 $4.25 See them. .ft UTTD hud THE "HUB." Reefer suits for the little fellows ; ages 3 to 8 years, in all wool cheviots and tweeds; fancy styles. We have them m all grades. 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, Pbcenix and return, from all main routing points between Chicago and the Pacific Ocean. Entrance into Phoenix 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. Phoenix, 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 provided 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. All 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.