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THE ARIZONA "REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 2, 1900.
frh (r& fr& la S nn 1 1 EL" '"J nnn r n n fpfrh ET3 PI 111 n A Startling PriceBreakPhenomenal Values Await You Here Tuesday New goods are the only kind to build business. Old goods accumulating have wrecked many a good establishment. Throw them out SELL THEM OUT BEFORE 1HEY HAVE A CHANCE TO ACCUMULATE. That's the proper thing to do it's a duty that cannot be shirked. It means an absolute riddance ot all summer merchandise it signalizes a quick change of ownership of all surplus stock it brings mighty bargains. And here Are the Summer Things, as This Ad. Bears Witness : ; . i i i Store Closed Monday All Day In Honor of LABOR DAY Store Closed Monday All Day In Honor of I i LABOR DAY Infants' Shoes INFANTS' KID SHOES Leather soles, genuine fie values. Pale price, jalr 45 c Children's Shoes CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' SHOES Made of nice quality tan kid. all sizes; values up to $l.rn. Sale price, pair 98c Boys' Shoes BOYS' DEPENDABLE SHOES In kid or box calf, tan or Mack; regular $1.75 values. Sale price. $1.35 Women's Shoes WOMEN'S VICI KID SHOES Kx- ension solos, full range ",f sizes; banner Jl.r.u values. Sale price, luiir $1 .23 Women's Oxfords WOMEN'S VICI KID OXFORDS Peters '"Diamond Brand" special, black only; the best there are at $".!. Sale price, pair 31-95 Women's Oxfords WOMEN'S TAN OXFORDS Of fine quality Russia calf, all sizes; excellent $J.m values. Sale price, pair 51.35 Men's Oxfords MEN'S STYLISH OXFORDS or 0 excellent quality vici kid. we'.te.! f soles; best m values. Sale price. pair J $2.25 I Country Club Waists WOMEN'S "COUNTRY CLUB" WAISTS In lawn, batiste and per cale, fair assortment o sizes; val ues up to $1.50. Sale price Skirts Waists WOMEN'S WALKING SKIRTS Of splendid quality Panama, crav enette. tweed and mohair, strictly up-to-date in every respect; values up to Js.iiii. Sale price ALL OUR WOMEN'S WHITE LAWN WAISTS beautifully trim med affairs, long or short sleeves; woi th up to S-.J.'i. Tuesday at. each 99c 53.88 SI. 44 Mohair Coats WOMEN'S LONG MOHAIR COATS of to. i.l quality Sicilian, blue, black, green and grey; regu lar $7.."o values. Sale price 54.95 Waists OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF WO MEN'S WHITE BATISTE WAISTS In a superb assortment of styles, marly all sizes; formerly sold at $ rj.oo, Tuesday at. each 51.88 White Skirts WOMEN'S WHITE DRESS SKIRTS Made of Indian Head or p-)p!i:i. some plain. cithers braided; worth up to $4. no. Sale price 52.55 Waists ALL OF OUR WOMEN'S WHITE LAWN WAISTS Lace or mhI,I ery trimmed: fo: n.erly sold at fl i ue.-o.uy at. cue a " f! 99c Pajamas MEN'S PAJAMAS Your free choice of any in the house, either white or colored. Tuesday at Half Price Suspenders MEN'S "PRESIDENT" SUSPEND ERS Known far and wide as the: standard .".ic article. Sale price, pair Half Hose MEN'S EXTRA FINE HALF HOSE P. lack, colors and fancies in lisle and mercerized; fin-ut r.iie and 7-",c grades in the house. Sale price, pair 39c 39c Negligee Shirts ALL OF OUR MEN'S SILK NEG LIGEE SHIRTS In white. grey, natural and blue, Tuesdav at 1 Less than 3 Regular Price Men's Underwear MEN'S B ALB RIGG AN UNDER WEAR Natural color; shirts have French neck, drawers double gus set; best 5"c value you ever saw. Sale price, garment 33c Ginghams A LARGE LOT OF DRESS GING HAMS Fancy piques and percales, in a splendid assortment of light and dark colorings; always sold at l'ic. Sale price, yard Colored Linens ALL OUR 25c COLORED LINENS From 1:7 to ?,H Inches vide (nat ural excepted ). Tuesday at. yard Children's Hosiery THE BALANCE OF OJJ R CHIL DREN'S 25c LACE LISLE STOCK INGS In black, tan. brown, pink ind blue. Tuesday at. pair 74-c 2y2 .1 5c suss Ladies' Neckwear OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF WO MEN'S NECKWEAR Slocks. turnovers, chemise tt i:i lud' d, Tuesdav at and boleros Half Price Lawns ALL OUR FANCY FIGURED LAWNS That formerly sold at l-'-c and l.-.c per yard. Tuesday at, yard Men's Belts OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S LEATHER BELTS All styles and colors included in this offering. Tuesdav at Half Price Golf Shirts MEN'S $1.25 AND $1.50 GOLF SHIRTS White as well as c...o:-.'. in a large variety of fancy de signs, all vizes. Sale i.rioe. .-a. !. 95c Women's Hosiery WOMEN'S LACE LISLE STOCK INGS Kxtra fine grades in black or tan, spliced heels and toes, fast dyes; well worth 0"c. Sale price, pair 25c Fine Wash Goods FINEST 50c AND 65c WASH MA TERIALS Plain and f.mctv of every description; going Tuesday at. yard 25c DEMOCRATS AT TEMPE DID NUMEROUS THINGS Selected Delegates, Instructed for Antl-Jolnture. The democratic convention at Tempo esterday, tailed primarily for the pur pose of selecting thirty-five delegates to the territorial convention to be held m Pished, September 6. and incidentally tor the squaring of private accounts among the leaders, proved to be all that was expected of it, perhaps a little more than was expected in some quar ters. ". T. Smith, chairman of the committee on resolutions, had the sat is faction of assimilating Neri Osborn after the benevolent manner employed in the Philippines. The convention then endorsed the republican territorial ad ministration in so far as any good act of that administration could be en dorsed by a party pledged to stand on the democratic platform of two years ago, and considerably further than the ai ts of the administration and the two. ear-old platform can well be harmon ized, which means, of course, that the platform is valuable principally for the dignity of its age. The convention also selected the delegates alter an all-day session and instructed them to make a territorial platform against joint state hood, as vigorously as they knew how io draw it. They were also instructed to nominate Mark Smith, a line of ac tion that created no surprise, as Mr. Smith is by no means a dark horse in the field. There was only one embarrassing oversight in the day's proceedings and that was in the selection of the dele gates to Hisbee. Charlie Siankard had been so busy gathering up Walker proxies in the Third ward for use at the nominating convention that he neg lected to keep a weather eye on the convention at the critical moment, witli the result that not a single delegate to Bisbee was secured by the Third ward. If Mark Smith, therefore, fails to get the nomination, the Third ward o Phoenix will not be to blame. The trouble between Chairman Smith of the resolutions committee and Mem ber Osborn. was ostensibly the en doisement of the Kibbey administra tion, but it is whispered among tno knowing ones that Mr. Smith' had an oid score to settle. It will be remem bered that two years ago V. T. Smith was beaten for the territorial council by one James Hark, a popular republi can. Mr. Smith has always attributed his defeat to Frank Cox, a smooth hombre in matters political, from whom he imagines that Mr. Osborn, Vernon ('lark and numerous others of the Jacksoiiian wing of the democracy take their ordeis. As the spokesman for the Kibbey wing of yesterday's convention it therefore became the plain duty of Mr. Smith to .swallow the Jacksoiiian faction of the county democracy, and he did it. The endorsement of the territorial administration was flattering and proper, and entirely in line with the acknowledgment that republican papers have made of the services of Mark Smith, whenever he has done anything that could be acknowledged, or dem onstrated. Put as a political move it is hard to harmonize the endorsement of the administration with the demo cratic stand of two years ago when the battle cry "Was the extirpation of the very agency through which Governor Kibbey has achieved his reforms. This is not a criticism of the endorsement, but a cr'Mcism of the democratic atti tude of two years ago. Get.uig back more closely to the sub ject in hand, the Smith faction of the convention had its forces well organ ized. It did not propose to lose any of the fruits of its victory. It will be ob serve, that few representatives of the Jacksoiiian vying of the patty are found in the list of delegates. After the se lection of delegates had been made in structions were given that any dele gate who could not attend the Bisbee convention, instead of tinning his proxy over to whoever might ask for it. should deposit it with the chairman and seiretaiy of the county central toinmiitee, N. A. Sanders and J. II, langstun, respectively. As these men are in harmony with the Smith organi zation it is apparent that the fewer delegates attending the I'.isbee conven tion, the greater will be the strength of those in power. The convention was presided over by J. I). Loper of Mesa City, as chairman, w ith J. H. Langston as secretary. The committee appointed to select the Pis bee delegates for ratification by the convention, was X. A. Sanders, Geo. "V. Stokoe, Geo. IJrewster. John Ambrose, and J. II. Steward. Tne delegates se lected were: Phoenix: George Purdy Pullard, George Lutgerding. H. A. Hughes, Theo. Ha 'flier. G. K. Brewster, M. A. Stanford, Selim Michelson. J. H. Lang ston, Hans Herllck. A. H. Davidson, K. L. Shaw. Sam F. Webb, Kugene B. O'Neill, P. G. le Lama, Teodore Olea, Henry Ware and Frank Luke. Tempo: P. 15. Mouer, James C. Good' win. V. T. Cummins, J. A. Dines. Mesa: Charles Peterson, J. D. Loper, W. H. Wallace. , Lehi and Alma: K. W. Westover J. A. Steward. Wiekenburg and G'endale: L. Hoghe. Agua Caliente. Gila Bend and lington: C. W. Peterson. ave Creek, Verde. McDowell Scot tsdale: Jeff Adams. Meridian, Riverside and Fowler P. Ivy. Alhambra. Cartw right and Ornie: T. Bone and L. M. Acuff. Puckeye No. "': Carl "Wilcox. Osborn: C. U. Wood. ind M Ar and J as J. ! Del. gate at large: W. D. Pell, j Having the whip hand the gentlemen .in power thought it would be as well I to perpetuate themselves. Fearful that I the leiritorial convention in its hastu might not use deliberate judgment in naming the members from this county, j of the next territorial centra! commit i tee, the Tempe convention selected chailes Peterson, charies Wool!". W. T. Smith. Selim Micheison and 1 i. H. Col lins and enjoined the Bisbee delegates to see that the slate wasn't broken be tween here and I'.isbee. Following are the resolutions in full: "Kesolved. That we, the democrats of Mari.opa county, in convention as sembled, congratulate our fellow citi zens, the people of the territory, upon the fact that coming events foreshadow the triumphant election of a democratic piesident in li'Os; "That under the leadership of the greatest living American, our beloved fellow democrat, William Jennings Bryan, democratic thought has become the dominant force in the government of our country, and we hail him as the next president of the I'nited States; "That it is amusing and instructive to observe a republican administration pointing with pride to democratic de mands, that it has diluted into laws, and a republican president claiming the support of his countrymen on the ground of his weak and vacillating ad herence to democratic principles; ' Kesolved. That the republican na tional administration, in its pernicious efforts to force Arizona into a union with New Mexico, against practically the unanimous protest of her people, peipetrated the greatest political crime in the history of our government, and we congratulate the people of this ter ritory that through the efforts of our distinguished delegate to congress. lion. Marcus A. Smith, citizens of the territory was averted. '"Kesolved, That we rejoice in the sp'endid success of the unbeaten and backed by the , this calamity unbeatable democrat, the Hon. Marcus A. Smith, whose brilliant service in the congress of the I'nited States is the possession and pride of the whole ter ritory. In spite of tne treachery and unheard of difficulties. Arizona under his leadership still tetains her integrity and autonomy. We appeal to all citi zens of th" territory, irrespective of party, to lay aside partisan prejudices and join with us on the broad platform of patriotism, the love of Arizona, and unanimousiy return him to the position he has so signally honored. "'Kesolved, That the democrats of this county demand the strict enforcement of the present revenue laws of the ter litory, and are in , favor of the enact ment of such laws as will bring about a proper assessment of all the taxable property in the territory; that we do not ask that the railroad, mining and other corporations of this territory be taxed more in ratio than we farmers and business men, but we do demand men me oe assesseo ami pay taxes in the same ratio to the cash value of their property as the rest of the tax payers of the territory, and we com mend the present territorial adminis tration in so far as it has appropriated and carried out the principles of the democ ratic platform of Maricopa coun ty, of 1904. in attempting to compel these corporations to pay their just proportion of the taxes. ""Kesolved, That the extravagant and' unnecessary ranger force should be abolished, and the laws creating it be i epealed. "'Kesolved, That the democrats of Maricopa county are unalterably op posed to joint statehood with New Mexico, and we instruct our delegates to the democratic convention at Bisbee to use their best efforts to see that there is a strong anti-joint statehood plank inserted in the platform to be adopted at that convention. "Kesolved, That the delegates'from this county be and they are hereby in structed to cast their votes for the Hon. Marcus A. Smith, as delegate to congress, at the coming territorial dem ocratic convention at Hisbee. Arizona." Cruz county: one meml-r of th.- leg islative council and three meuib-r ..; the bouse of repres r.ta:i es :n Yaj pia county; one member of the THE GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMA- ! lat ive council, and one member .f OP TION OF A GENERAL ELECTION. To Be Held November 6, 1906. house of representatives m Yii'-ti county. I And in each "f the several cnut ti- - ; by the qualified electors ther.-if. o :-.- probate judge, and wh-i- the prla'- ! judge is not. by virtue f his off;.-.- county school surinteiulei.t. al To the people of Arizona: Pursuant to the provisions of Chap ter 1. title XX Flections, of the Re- I county school superintendent. n- di vised Statutes of Arizona. 191. it is i trict attorney; on.- sheriff, on- tm--hereby proclaimed by the governor of I urer. who shall also be. by virtue of Aiizona:. his office, tax collector: one re- oi.i. . That a general election shall be beid one surveyor; two memWrs of th by the qualified voters of the Terr"- J board f supervisors, and such ..tli. r tory of Arizona, on Tuesday, the fith j county officers w hetv vacancies ha day of November. 19ut; for the follow-! occurred in the offices, and which mu ing named officers: j hereafter and before said i tio'n . - A Delegate to Congress; I cur. which are required or authorise.' One member of the legislative coun- ; by law to be tilled at said elec tion, cil and one member of the house of j Also, in each of the M c ral justice representatives. in Apache county; I precincts of the several counties in th one member of the legislative council territory, having a popula t ion c.f fiv and one member of the house of rep- ' thousand or over, two justices of tl resentatives in Coconino county; one j peace, and two coiistabies. and in ea. (i member of the legislative council and ; of the several justice precinct !' three members of the house of repre- j said counties, having a popu!.;tia ol sentatives in Cochise county; one less than five thousand. o:.e justice of member of the legislative council and j the peace and one constable. one member of the house of repre- j sentatives in Gila county; one member j of the legislative council and two; members of the house of represenla- tives, in Graham county; one member of the legislative council and four j members of the house of representa tives in Maricopa; one member of the purpose reaches lh legislative council and -onem ember of thousand dollars, house of representatives in Mohave, In witness w eherof. I And I do hereby offer a re;,r! fifty dollars for the arrest and con vistiou of any an I every ;-.-rs..u vio lating any of the prois.ons ..f TirU IV. Part I. of the Penal Code; su.:i rewards to be paid until the t-'tj; amount hereafter expended f..r tli-- amou.it of ..: iave l.ereuni- county; one member of the legislative set my hand and caused the Great: council and one member of the house of representatives in Navajo county; I three members of the house of repre sentatives in Pima county; one mem ber of the legislative council and two members of the house of representa tives in Pinal county; one member of Seal of the territory of Arizona to I affixed. Done at Phoenix, the capita'. this first day Septemfer. Ann. Domini, (Seal) JOSKPH li. K1BBF.Y. By the governor. W. F. NlCIfi 'L"r. the house of representatives in Santa; Secretary of tUe Territory of Ar.i.ma.