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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11 1306
We Weed loney LAIR 0 Ul being financially embarrassed, it is the desire of the stockholders to convert into cash as quickly as possible all of its assets, by offer ing Goods That People Want At Prices That People Like It Will Be s A CLEJ 1 Not Something t-or Nothing But a Lot For a Little Watch This Space for fc. ' r ' "" ""' " ''Ii Yrlliiir ' ii in i.i r ii i Mi"r--i it f hi E xc VIA THE DURING octo: FRONTIER CELEBRATION Winslow, Oct. 16-18 CHRISTIAN CHURCHES Buffalo, Oct. 12-17 COLONIST RATES California, to Oct. 31 GRAND CANYON Tuesdays and Fridays CASTLE HOT SPRINGS Daily STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO AND FROM ALL POINTS IN THE WORLD Full Particulars Furnished on Application to Agent. W. Si GOLDSWORTHY, R. N. MOUTIER, General Agent. . c. p. & T- A v-M-'I I 'I I I I I I M IT I ,t i ,i l.l..il,.i,.M... J AMUSEMENTS l-1' l ! 'I' ! 1"!' ! ! ! 4. .. . .. ,t .. . j. Captain Swift, the most popular and successful of C. Haddon Chambers' well known plays will be presented one night only at the Dorris opera house, Thursday, Oct. 17. This young author has always succeeded far be yond the majority of playwrights in making his plays well liked by the pub lic without the aid of jingling music, dancing and show girls and other ele ments which ususally go toward mak ing a comedy successful. "Captain Swift" is a comedy drama in four acts. It had a run of three months in Xew York City and a five months run l i London. The play is again to be pre sented in Xew York and as no expense has been spared in the forthcoming production, it shows its vogue has not' been exhausted and it will be very profitable to keep the play there for a much longer period than was before al lotted to it. To satisfy all classes of audiences, specialties have been in troduced and "Tthe Great Booth'' who has no superior as a trick bicyclist, and Who has been featured with Sells, Floto MOTECES fl SWEEP SAI I; : I ' " URSION pj M . U I R I Ringling and the great Wallace shows will be one of the attractions. His act is sensational in the extreme. Dainty Doris Donner is a clever lit- tle actress, singer and dancer. Tn th- United States there are not more than five feminine wooden-shoe dancers. Apparently easy, it is one of the most j difficult forms of ternsichorp; n art Doris Donner has been booked over the eastern vaudeville circuits for sev eral seasons as the champion hard shoe-dancer and her title has never been changed as she has no equal. Lack of space prevents further de scription of acts which must be seen to be appreciated. Scats on sale at Sanichas. Prices. 75, 50 and 25 cents. There were yesterday registered at the Commercial, Mrs. V. p.. Klock and Mrs. G. V. Klock. Spokane, Wash. J. K. McCarthy, Florence. Mrs. C. A. Fransioli. Spokane, L. II. Wood, St. Joe, and Oliver Gardner, Jerome.' o Miss Grace Pessell of Los Angeles, who arri.ed in fhe city several davs PrUcard'of -V tMiS? j Intc.mrd. of 820 N. Third street, will remain in Phoenix until after meeting of the territorial fair. thei I n Bad v. co. E H FliTHE PARTY CAMPAIGN COMtS TO PHOENIX The Republican Candidates Will be at the Dorris Tomorrow Night. The fist meeting of the candidatps 1, for county office on the renuhl irfln tir-tr et will be held at ths ron thoat,- tomorrow night. Xothing has been left undone to make the meeting- a great success. The Pioneer band will furnish the music and taking a irominent part in the program of the evening win .o i numerous speakers of ability. Mayor I Coggins will be chairman of the meet- Bargains pjUig-, and all of the county candidates IJiWill occupy seats on the platform. "Last night the candidates conducted a meeting at Alma precinct, and to- night they will hold a meeting at Mesa City. Following clo?e on the heels of the meeting of the county candidates will be the monster rally arranged for Hon. Will F. Cooper, the republican nominee for delegate to congress, which will be held in Phoenix at tlr Dorris Theater on Monday night, Octo ber 15th. The rally will begin at a o'clock. Beside that of Mr. Cooner I there will be an address by Hon. James I W. Giddings, ex-governor of Michigan, I who has interests in Arizona and who j is here for the winter. Mr. Cidding I is said by those who have heard him t i be an orator of marked ability and a gentleman who has few equals as a I public platform orator. For this meet-j ing the Pioneer band has been secured ; and other music will be made a part! of the progi am. Mr. Cooper is now in Yavapai coun- ty. where he is meetinsr with a ; very enthusiastic reception. At Jerome. Dewey, McCabe and Prescott he has held meetings largely attended. Fol lowing the meetings there is a period of handshaking with numerous old and new friends. He has been prom ised the support of many democrats. Even. i( mercury and potash could cure Contagious Blood Poison the condition, in which these strong minerals leave the system would make th cure worse than the disease. Hut they cannot cure the vile disorder ; thev can only cover up the symptoms for awhile to break, out with renewed vio lence when the treatment is left off. When the virus of Contagious Blood Poison enters the blood the entire circulation becomes poisoned, and the loathsome symptoms begin to appear. The mouth and throat ulcerate, hait and eyebrows come out, glands of the neck and groin swell, copper-coloreu .pots appear on the body, and in severe cases sores and ulcers break out. and even the bones become diseased. S. S. S. is the onlv certain, safe cure for Contagious Blood Poison ; thousands have been cured' by it after failing with the mineral treatment. Hot Springs, etc. It is the only remedy that is able to get at the root of the disease and force out the poison so that no signs are ever seen again. S. S. S. is purely vegetable, being made of roots, herbs and barks, and never leaves anv bad effects Ht intM!! t and digestion and builds up every the noison from the blood Rook wirti medical advice free. ... . . . THE SWIFT OF LOCAL INTEREST m AT THE HOTEL ADAMS Dr.-Win Wylie. having rented his property on j-.um .Monroe street, formerly the Mil- k lay residence, has now taken up his residence in the Hotel Adams. in-iinu t i run int. HfcW The contractors have about completed the work of tearing down the brick buildings at the corner of First street and Adams preparatory to the con struction of a modern brick structure by John Xoble. But one wall of tho old Pacific Grotto restaurant room re mains standing. THEIR WINTER HOME Dr. and Mrs. L. II. Goodrich returned to Phoe nix yesterday morning and will spend the greater part of the winter here. The summer they have passed ut their home in Massachusetts and other east ern points. In traveling west they made the journey along the Canadian Pacific road and then to Arizona through California. Both Dr. and Mrs. Goodrich have been in good health since leaving the territory. BETTER STILL Manager Fred Epstein, who was recently placed in charge of the business of the Arizona Hardware & Vehicle Co. ot the re quest of all interests, for the purpose of reorganizing the business, has pro ceeded so rapidly with his plans, that he is ready now- to make them public instead of being delayed fur another week as he exepcted. An announee- ment of what is proposed to be done j will be found elsewhere in the adver tising columns of this issue. CATHOLIC SOCIAL UNION ELEC TION At the meeting of the Catholic Social L'nfon of St. Mary s church, held for the purpose of completing the organization for the winter season, there was a good attendance of mem bers and an unusual degree of enthu siasm displayed over the election or officers. Those chosen to serve during the winter are: C. J. Mc Klroy, pres ident; Vincent Jones, vice president: A. A. Graf, secretary; Miss Mary Pet tid, treasurer. The first meeting of the assocaition will be held the com ing Tuesday evening. A DELICATE OPERATION Last sunimer Mrs. Kd. F. Leonard, through an accident suffered the serious burn ing of one of her eyes with caustic. When it healed the lower lid of the eye adhered to the eyeball, a very dis pleasing and uncomfortable result. Yesterday an operation was performed for her relief, the lid being separated from the eyeball. The operation re quired a couple of hours and was very painful in view of the fact that the patient was unable to take an anesthe tic. It seems to have resulted satis factorily however, and it is believed a complete cure will be effected, and natural conditions restored. NOT A BIGAMIST When Harry J. Bennett was at Morristown a few days ago. Justice of the Peace H. X. Cox demanded an explanation of his eon duct, saying that if it were not sat isfactory he would cause his arrest on a charge of bigamy. Judge Cox said he had read a day or so ago in The Republican, a story in which it wa.-; stated that Harry J. Bennett was mar ried two or three years ago at the Hotel Adams. He was personally aware that Mr. Bennett already had 1 1 I f . . . . 1 . . . ........ I 1 . : 1 ; .1 : ajM . ' - nv njiu crittl l U I III I en 111 men teens, wherefore he demanded an ex planation. Mr. Bennett said it was a confounding of his name with that of J. Harry Bennett of Tucson, who was married at the Hotel Adams. This correction is made in the interest of both of them. J. Harry Bennett is n titled to one wife and" ought not to be robbed of her in this cruel way. Harry J. Bennett having one wife is too well trained to try to get another one where he is so well known. A BROKEN AXLE By an axle on one of the eastbound cars on the Washington street hire breaking yes terday afternoon on Washington street near Sixteenth avenue, the west end service was tied up for about two hours. Mechanics, after some delay, succeeded in getting the car in action and it was hauled to the car shops. Xo one was injured by the accident. APPRECIATIVE OF THE CLI MATE G. P. Driscoll, of the firm of Mohn & Driscoll. has returned home after spending six weeks in travel in the east. Part of the time was spent at his former home in Portland. Me., visiting friends and relatives. En route west, at Chicago, he attended the session of the National Funeral Directors' Association in attendance upon which there were some 1400 del egates. He praised the entertainment afforded the delegates to the conven tion by Chicago and said that never be- fore had the association been better cared for. Mr. Driscoll encountered some cold weather during his travels, and accordingly appreciates more than ever the climate of Phoenix. The best present for you to send east ! nn. V will -t xnn h loat And be the most welcome, It is Donofrio's Crystallized Cactus Candy. o W. H. Pomerene left last evening over the southern route, for m Kansas City. ERTAIN SAFE FREATMENT part of the system while removing instn.rfl. f- c1f ttmonf SPECIFIC CO,, ATLANTA, CA Ladies' Tailoring Mr. Kalsman is fully prepared to ta' or ders for exclusive Fall Carments. The recognized superior ity of his work is well established, not only in the high class fancy Tailor Gowns, but also in the plain types. i d : Turkish Towels 100 DOZEN OF CREAM TURKISH TOWELS Fringed, size 19x38. well worth 12!ie. Special today, each I Of, New Couch Cove ORIENTAL TAPESTRY COUCH COVERS, reversible and fringed all a - green and garnet effects, priced for today at, each Dress Goods 54-INCH NOBBY SUITINGS Fashionable effects in grey mix tures, checks and stripes, medium weight, and very desirable for an inexpensive skirt or costume. Spe cial, yard 75c Some Representative New York Store Shoe Values A CHILDREN'S VICI KID SHOES, with stock tip, light flexible soles, sizes 8 1-2 to 11. well worth $1.23. Special, pair 89c MEN'S GENUINE $2.50 SHOES in a number of different styles and shapes some in Box Calf, others In vici kid, Blucher cut, extension . soles, all right up-to-date in fashion, as good as the shoes that many stores charge $3.00 for. Special, pair V $1.99 WOMEN'S DONGOLA KID SHOES, with" Pat. Tip, in a full run of sizes, just as full of style as the balance of our shoe stock. Regular 11.23 values at 98c YOUTH'S $1.50' SATIN CALF SHOES Good, stout shoes, neat fitting comfortable lasts, crimp Sepcial, pair vamps, sizes 13 to 2. $1.00 Skirts NEW WALKING SKIRTS, in pret ty mixtures and greyish plaid ef fects, very stylish affairs in point of patterns and workmanship, worth up to $5.00. Special today $2.99 Yard-Wide Eiderdown A LIMITED QUANTITY OF ALL - blue, bona-fide 79c value. Special Blankets VERY FINE QUALITY COTTON BLANKETS 12-4 size, beautiful tine texture and very Huffy, white or drab with dainty contrasting bor ders, unequaled at $2.00. Special today, pair $1.75 Bed Spreads HONEYCOMB BED SPREADS Fill! sized ones with fringes and out corners, just the thing for metal beds, bought to "sell at $2.25. So cial, each $1.75 ound. S2.50 New Challies A LATE SHIPMENT HAS EROUGHT US SOME ELABOR ATE DESIGNS IN COTTON CHALLIES They are 27 inches wide, and come in light and datk shades, scroll, butterfly and Per sian designs. Bought to sell lit 12'ie today, yard 10c MISSES' $1.7 SCHOOL SHOES of Box Calf or Vici Kid, light cr heavy extension soles, plain or Pa Tip, substantial shoes, neat shape.;, sizes 11 to 2. Special, pair $1.39 BOYS' REAL $2.00 SHOES Made of Royal Calf with good heavy, ex tension soles, on the new lasts, very little different from those sold else where at 12.50. Special, rair S1.66 Long Kimonos HANDSOME NEW FLANNEL ETTE KIMONOS in a variety of light and dark figured designs, well made and finished with plain col ored bands. Kxtra values at $2.00 and $1.50 WOOL EIDERDOWN, fully 36 inches today, yard Curtain Swisses THE MOST SUPERB LINE OF WHITE CURTAIN SWISSES EVER OWNED BY A PHOENIX HOUSE is here. Swisses in polka dot. stripes, figures, scroll patterns, embossed and embroidered effects just what you need for your bed room windows. Grand values From 10c Up to 50c " L -. "f - vi .-.v .- i 5Qc The Bsst St:ss Queen Quality Shea tcr W-CE83 Wg Are Sc!s Agents Linen Crash UNBLEACHED LINEN 2" inches in, width. uiiot .linen, an excellent ISc grad cial vday. yard CRASH, 10c yards 'on-: and " is h-" V. Flannelettes 25 PIECES OF FLANKCLCTTES Xeat figured effrc! in navy, gj.rr.-t. mode and ret-n f rounds. wtUwt.rth 124c. S.-ial today, yard 8T MISSES' HIGH GRADE SHOES Suitable for dress as well 5 school wear, of Vici Kid. Pat. Tip. light or medium weight soles, stylish List, well worth $2.00. Special, pair $1.59 LITTLE GENTS' IHOES-VjJ' of Al quality Box Cs'.f. F.- t Form Li.st, 10 to J.2. worth I2.W. " Jir-eL pair 51.49 WOMEN'S uUiC ZS3 SHOES Th nrt" it the makrf'i Si Kry noulJ t-e sold al I5.tr. (Ut'f mhy he stamKd thm wo xt-.r jW. ff Wo I Kid. Pat. Tip. CiUo Spe cial today, jaff SI. 39 BOYS' KANGAROO CAC M Seamlvs throusHeut. :t fcvy soles, shoe built - mtrojvf Ij- a to be without art r-.jui Tw.er Bona fid SI.SO t.j.?j at 51.77 Covert Coats A NEW LINE OF COVERT JACKETS lined, with or without or tight fittiny. aJl m; WOUCN'S -Tan. fit in collar. lvo ;t-s. Excep tional valuer at $.3" and $5.00 at 50c wide, colors gry, cardinal and Burlap I! n l (1 i I ft 4 YARD-WIDE BURLAP Csl rs green, nurh carpet earnet. tan and brown. in demand for drapery and purposes. Kxceilent ;-itiue it, yard 15c y i II M ts if u l 1 ft -I ,1 i 3 U it Ii ii 1: i i; (.3 N i; t? ii M t !