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THE AKIZONA ICEl'UISLICAN THUKSUAY MOKN1NO, KOVEMUE1! 1 130G
vW lWi ml J'H v Cream 9 Has a dietetic value greatly be yond the conception .of any one who has not used 'it It will make your food of a delicious taste, a moist and keeping quality and a digestibility not to be obtained from any other bak ing powder or leavening agent. Bat mote important than all else. Dr. Price's Baking Povder carries only healthful qualities to the food. As every housekeeper can understand, burnt alum and sulphuric acid the ingredients of all alum and alum phosphate powders must carry to the food acids injurious to health. Avoid the alum powders s&dy the Isbc! "I like the west; I was in Milwaukee i "Carrie Nation is a gentle thing," forty years ago," said Mr. Harriman j notes the Torre Haute Trfl.une. Oh, the other day. As long as Mr. ihuri- yes; this New York campaign is eaus man makes it forty years between vis- ing a 'ot of us to revise our opinions its, Milwaukee can afford to n un n about many things. Washington Her the compliment. Washington Herald, aid. Where is Your Hair? tljf SAGES MEET. "Whenever I see a man grinnin'.' remarked the Plunkville philosopher, "I don't immediately jump at the coiiclu- sion that he's latfin' at me." "That's good sound sense," respond- THE WAIST THAT'S $5.00 and worth one-half more. Black taffeta silk that buttons down the front with the style of the buttoned back, without the inconvenience. AND TWO LINES OF SKIRTS, $3.50. Worth $4.50 and $3. on, in navy and brown; an article for service, combined with the freshness of the season's popularity, style and comfort. A NEW GRAY SKIRT FOR $2.50. A few mixed grays in broken sizes. A bargain for the ones who can be fitted. GERARD BROTHERS Dry Goods and Notions Phone Main 394 42 W.' Washington Street ' 'f'- i Sir ' . ' j . i In your comb? Why so? Is not the head a much better place for it? Better keep what is left where it belongs! Ayer's Hair Vigor, new improved for mula, quickly stops falling hair. There is not a particie or aouot aoout it. Dmi not HtAin nr rhiTipn T A L color of the h.ir. lioweil. Mua! ed the Sageville ww, "There's plenty other riiliculo'is-lookin' objects about." o "They bill arid coo a good deal." "That's all a bluff." "Then you think :h--y are only mock- turtle liovf-s1." ; rV- J v i A 1 A , V 1 j DEATH Or JUDGE GARY AT AN ADVANCED AGE He Lived to be Eighty-four in Spite of the Threats of Anarchists Quarter of a Century Ago. Chicago, Oct. 31. Judge James K. tJary, ore of the most well known jurists in this section of the country who presided during the first trial or anarchists in 1SSS, died suddenly to day of heart failure, aged eighty-four years. Judge Gary has been a member ot the Cook county bench for forty-three years, and was the oldest judge in point of service as well as in years, lit occupied a judicial position longer than any man who ever sat upon the bench in this portion of the state. Judge Gary maxie a national reputa tion at the time of the anarchist trials in 1SS8, over which he presided. As presiding ollicial at the trial he was re peatedly threatened with death by the anarchists' sympathizers and showed wonderful physical as well as high moral courage during a very trying ex perience that continued for many months after the anarchists had been executed A MESSAGE CLAUSE DIREC1ED BYW.C.T.U. The Ladies Request the President to Denounce Officially the Menace of Strong Drink. . Hartford. Conn., Oct. 31. With jibi lee exercises given by the presidents of the state organizations having made a net gain in membership, the national convention of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, which has been in session here since - last Friday, was brought to a clse tonight. In point of numbers and the volume of business transacted the convention is one of the most interesting in the history of the organization. The adop tion of a number of resolutions among them one asking President Roosevelt to mention in his annual message to congress the liquor traffic as "one of the evils that menace every nation," to gether wit h a number of recommenda tions of interest, were among the fea tures of the day's proceedings. At the jubilee exercises tonight the i prize membership banners were pre sented. Treat the rich man kindly; you may ! be willing to let hi:n lend you money some day. Chicago News. REPUBLICAN'S PATTERN 10 CENTS EACH. Eton with Applied Lox riafts. 32 to 42 Lust. KTON WITH APPLIED BOX PLAITS 5456. Kvery style of Eton is in vogue "for immediate wear and will continue to be so for many weeks to come. Here is an absolutely novel model that in cludes the becoming and favorite Tuxe do collar while it also is made with applied box plaits that give a most be coming effect. In the illustration, smoke gray veiling is stitched with belding silk and trimmed with a velvet collar of the same color and handsome buttons, little frills of the lace finish ing the sleeves, but the model is equal ly well suited to all seasonable mater ials. It can be utilized for the light weight wools, pongees and the like, of bet ween-seasons wear and also for cloth and the heavier goods of the au tumn. The scalloped edges of the sleeves are an especially noteworthy feature and make an effect that hi as pretty as it is new. The Eton is made with fronts and side fronts, backs and side backs. The plaits are separate ami are applied over the seams, terminating in scalloped edges slightly below the jacket. The neck is finished with the roll-over col lar and the closing is made in double breasted style. The sleeves are moder ately full, box plaited at their lower edges to harmonize with the Eton, and are gathered at the arms eyes. The quantity of material required for the medium size is 3 yards 27, 1 5-8 yards 44 or 1 1-2 yards 54 inches wide, with 1-2 yard of velvet. The pattern 545tJ is cut in sizes for a 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42 inch bust meas ure. Cut this out and send with ten cents to The Republican. Phoenix, Ariz., flP Ing: out the blank below: Pattern "o Size Name T. O , State 15 in OF LOCAL WRECK "OF AN OIL TRAIN 1 W. Thode and Fred Tribolet who arrived from the coast yesterday morning sid that they never before saw so much oil going to waste as they saw near Indio the day before. An oil train was wrecked on top of the hill and held up tratlic for several hours. That was the cause of the delay of the trains the day before. THE JOINTISTS AT TEMPE There was a joint statehood meeting at Tempe last night. A few of the faithful went over from Phoenix. The speakers were of course. Col. Fitch and Judge Ainsworth. Tempe is one of the foci of jointism in this county but it is not a big one and the disease there has not assumed a very mallg nant form. There is no dancer of it. spreading. Experts from that region say that it will wholly succumb to the heavy frost of next Tuesday and that it is unlikely that there will ever be a recurrence of it. NUMEROUS ENTRIES Entries for exhibits at the fair are now coming in fast. That is what the management wants; to get as many in early as pos sible to avoid a big rush at the last end. It is suggested also that a lot of! people among the readers of The Re publican have desirable exhibits who thus far have given the matter no at- ! tention. They will think about it when they see the exhibits of somebody else that perhaps are not equal to theirs. Now is the time to think, and renum ber that the entries must be made be fore the fair opens, not when it is half over. DIVORCE STATISTICS The de partment of labor and commerce is en gaged in the compilation of complete divorce statistics of the United States covering a period of the last twenty years. It is designed to have on file in this department the name of every man and woman who have figured in a divorce case either as libellant or defendant. The information sought will cover the date, the cause, the res idence and the employment of both parties and the alimony if any which was allowed together with a great deal of otber information. Siecial enumer ators are sent into the cities for the collection of this data but in smaller and out of the way places the clerk of the court is appointed to do the col lecting. He receives a fee of twenty five cents in each case. NEW CORPORATIONS Articles of the following corporations were tiled in me omce ot tne county recorder yes terday: Oreenwater Trinitv Copper company, capital stock. $3.0iiO,uijO- in corporators, Kred w. Dulfer, E. E. Sow ell and H. F. Sheldon; the Mur phy Advertising service, capital stock. $20,000. incorporators. Z. ( . Brown anil Allen Hill; The Perfection Concrete Manufacturing company, capital stock. Slort.onu. incorporators. Lew Gilbert,! Joseph I. Sweeney and Robert C. Mat- i thews; Johnnie (jreen water Consoli- i dated Copper company, capital stock, j $l.iho.0it0. incorporators. j. F. Hick- j man. Byron H. Cook, M. H. Smith. E. H. Mueschke and L. F. James.; The: East Tonopah Mining company, capi- : tal stock. $1.00(i. (m((. incorporators, Thomas A. Oldfather and o. I). Wood man; Premier Cobalt Mining company, capital stock. S 1 ..". incorporators, I). L. Scwartz, Thomas J. Price and F. Pfeffer; West Extension Annex Min ing company, capital stock. $1.0iiii.mhi, incorporators. C. H. Akers and Eugene Goldman. The articles of the Ger mania Mutual Savings Society, for merly the Roanoke Investment com pany were amended by increasing the capital stock from $.VU"i0 to $500.0110. The articles of the Mapiri Gold Mining and Power company were amended as to management. o DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED. Ty local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remelies. IJeaf ncss is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of th Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed vou have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when It is entirely closed. Jeafness is the result, send unless the ln fhimmatioii can be taken out and this tute restored to its normal condition, hearing will le destroyed forever: nine cases out of ten are caused by 'atarrh, which is nothing but an inllamr-d condi tion of the mucous surfaces We will irive One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused hy catarrh) that cannot be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY fc CC, Toledo. O. Sold bv Druggists. 7.V. Take Hall's Family Fills for Constipa tion. FIVE SUGAR WORKERS SGAIDED TO DEATH They Were Hu"td Down by a Column of Steam Which Had Escaped From a Broken Boiler. New Orleans. Oct. 31. Five' persons were scalded to death by a column oC escaping steam from a broken boiler in a sugar house near Vacherie, La., yesterday. The scene of the tragedy, the Shell Hill plantation, is remote from telegraph communications and details of the explosion reached here tonight. A hole two feet square burst in the boiler drum which stood about 12 feet from the sugar house. The escaping steam plowed a trench about three feet deep in the ground until it struck the sugar house foundation. This ob struction deflected the column of steam i and hot water poured upward so that it entered the sugar house. o "LORD" BARRINGTON Is Given a Longer Life by a Stay of Execution. St. Louis, Me... Oct. 31. l!e-ause oT the illness of Attorney Wilfred Jones counsel for "Lord" Frederick Seymour Harrington, convicted of the murder of Jas. I". McCinn and under sentence or death, another stay of execution has been granted. Partington has been confined in jail at Clayton, Mo., for about three years. INTEREST THE BEST SUIT OR COAT in stock to the boy getting the highest number of votes in The Republican free schol arship contest. A Sale Curtains for the Parlor, Dining Room, Bed Room or Hall, tains for the Home, Hotels, Restaurants and Lodging Houses, dreds of Pairs--all new Curtains--in scores of styles and Pair at a Special Price. $1.00 Curtains at 75c SI.50 Curtains at 99c S2.00 Curtains at SI.55 NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS RUFFLED MUSLIN CURTAINS NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS. in new designs; 3 yards long and i in a variety of Polka Dot and Striked t'r,'a"1 '?s :,s " h:te z-s y.ird-. inches wide, pure white. actual effects, marked to eli at $1 -5 and "S ' ln-hes w ide. in patter?: j $1.00 value. Today 7g $1.50. Todav lf rarely m l..w ,-ricvd CurtR.::. ' pair JC 99c sy.'a.r'r: $1.55 1 S2.50 Curtains at $1.99 S4.50 Curtains at $3.33 $6.00 Curtains al $4.99 1 RUFFLED BOBBINET CURTAINS ENGLISH BOBBINET CURTAINS IRISH POINT LACE CURTAINS ! -A great many of these in pretty -3 yards long and 44 inches wide. 3U vards aCd "... " J Porder Designs. 3 yards long, and Borders and Kdges. P.attenbe.g in'latet. elainue ..U.'nV -..,e ' excelmg.y strong values QQ braided, usually sold - 22 rth T,!,v i An at $J..,n. Today, pair OI.77 . at ?4.5". Today, pair. .... $0.00 pair $4.99 f Our way of doing the Outer Garment Business is as different from other ways as our Garments are different from those at the "Spec ialty" store That's 4 Why the Large Majority of Phoenix Women Buy Their ReadytoWear Garments Here ( .We ha vi had neglected been so busy for the to do justice (7) to ings and furnish more reasons why DtwHust u eioes not require end BECAUSE yc'u always get a s'juar'' FOR THE OTHER KIND OF DEAL. S.00 Silk A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF SILK PETTICOATS, o! Pleater Flounce, colors. TS!u- Gre p. Frown and G worth ?3o. Today., choice $15.00 TailorMade Suits These Suits Are This Store's Proudest Specialties. PROUDEST because we believe them unequalled by othe r stores. BIGGEST, because of the phenomenal business they are building for us. They are honestly made and stylishly cut. Satisfat -tion is written largely upo.i every one of these Suits. It' better clothing than the sam-: price will buy anywhere else. You will find al! the latest F;11 ideas represented in th assortment. THE SUITS ARE MADE OF ALL-WOOL PANAMA m drab anil gre en, gray woi -sted. gray checks and plaids. in either Kton or semi-tight fitting mode-Is. Children's $1.50 Reefers Today For 50c A LARGE LOT OF CHILDREN'S dren. formerly told up to $l.r". To Save Much On Little Things We are now in full possession of everything in the line of small wares. Every little needful is here--and at prices that save you money. SAFETY PINS NICKEL PLATED SAFETY PINS. in smail. medium and large sizes, always sold at 5c. Special today 2 Dozen for 5c. HAIR BRUSHES GOOD HAIR BRUSHES with grey or white bristle, bought to sell at 2-"c. Special today, each 15c ' """ """"" " " ' " ' ' L...,.... .- .. - -. -, . , . of Lace past two weeks with MiUinery pc-r.ings and opening r.- v.- that "ill-bred" sp.cialtv duette. We wi'l now r.r,M- t i.. .v,.. you should try and stay in good company; an expert to buy Clothes in this store al here and need not fear deception SEE Petticoats Today For $3.49 oM gr;,.l 'H. well Rustling MELTON REEFERS, close, each in good coloi PEARL BUTTONS TWO-HOLE PEARL BUTTONS Perfect in eve-ry respect, in sin.i"! and large sizts, well worth C.j. Special today 3 Dozen for 10c. SKELETON WAISTS BOYS' AND GIRLS' SKELETON WAISTS Made of sm-.ti-.t white materia!, for children fre.m - to 1J years, ype-cial. each 25c . 'c-. x teieu-c?: iy BOc THE BEST SUIT OR COAT in stcck ta the girl receiving th. high est number of votes in The Republican's f:ei fchol-rship contest. Curtains Cur-Hun-every ds tb. it d--es at the "SPECIALTY" STORE Tafi'ta. cut full d wi. A. . $3.-19 mm mm .a. S) il ll nb'O For Tourist Coals Worth Up to S20.C0 THE ABOVE HEADING MEANS ALL IT SAYS. If you think w e- are si -ele l:r the truth. c""mf ou in r for yourself. The "at We speak of ! day are full-iis:li T"t.r oat ior o:oe:i. I r teria's ire Tnannish sniti: and Twe-ds, i i sv.i! j; pi.. ids. ch. cks. strip, s . tnixtures. Tl.ey hae .: trimmed ears ,.r.,l t. back cuffs. ln-h :u .(,; ; sesses some feature f tinct merit. Th-'r- :i j feetly t.lil-T. .i. V l' j- S l;j JJ'M'M. To'., v l - ! u ings. vain ty t icugii to fn HAIR PINS WIRE HAIR PINS li: e..: th;it hold ass..rt-.l s ze solil at .". Sjx-vial t-ti.ty 2 Boxes for 5c. CUBE PINS LARGE SIZE BLACK CUBE PINS, bright heads. " to the- -.il. . .:-. ly sol. I at T"'liv, n:!-1 5c n i 11 u i i t! 1 i 1! ii r i i M - L i! I! N I (i fi ii i-1 1 1 w M i! ii i t.