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NEW WAS H n FABR it by Pair FOR CHOICE OF HUNDREDS OF PAIRS 16-BUTT. LENGTH MOS OUETAIRE Kid Gloves That are bona fiile J3.H0 values. Elbow-length kid gloves, not a size missing. In either black, white or various shades tf brown, of Al French Clace KM and made in the best possible manger. We'll com mence selling: them at the above reduced price at 2 o'clock this aft ernoon. For four long hours you may have the benefit of great sav ings. But remember, we will nei ther fit them nor exchange your purchase. rice FOR FREE AND UNRESTRICT ED CHOICE OF ANY R. & G. Corset in the house. While the size as sortment In some lines is rather In complete, still you may depend on finding almost any size in the ag gregation. Corsets of Batiste and Con til short, medium and long hips, high and low bust in short every conceivable model is repre sented in this layout. Is there any reason in ' the world why you should not secure yours today? JJilMPJ.JiJl mum. '"pHIS ad. finds the N. Y. Store ia possession of the advance guard of Spring 1908 Wash Fabrics, which, eagerly awaited, have been piling in rather fast of late. Anticipation has, for once, been eclipsed by realization. Vague hints by our salespeople of its vastness, its magnificence, its well-nigh completeness, have, been given a willing ear by our interested patrons. But even the most enthusiastic forecast pales before the actuality. , Y'ES, Madame, our Wash Goods Department today is the embodiment of the spirit of Spring and Sum- mer, and a veritable flower garden of the brightest, freshest examples of fabric printing. . A great many of the materials and patterns are confined to the N. Y. Store for Phoenix and vicinity. It's by long odds the largest and most artistic line of colored wash fabrics yet seen, thus early in the season, in the Southwest. WE have made lavish provision for Women of every taste. All colors of the rainbow are represented here. No particular color this season holds sway over another. And as for styles, our range sets a new standard for wash goods variety in the west The assortment comprises domestic as well as foreign Fabrics, such as Shimmer Silk Tissue Luxuriant Imprime Shandai Silk Alcino Batiste Embr. Batiste Lucerne Tissue Broche Fantasie Drap de Tlnde La Paix Silk Organdy Homespun Rajah Pongee The exhibit is worth, in all seriousness, a trip to this store in itself, if you were coming, for no other reason. You are welcome. . "Dyer" White Sale The yearly hit of the "White" Season, will have its Inning in about a fortnight. Wait and Watch For the greatest of all White Sales, 'The Dyer Sale." 19c yd. FOR CHOICE OF THOUSANDS OF YARDS NAINSOOK, SWISS AND CAMBRIC Embroideries The majority of these could not be duplicated short of 3 Sc. You never saw such a dainty line of embroideries for such a little out lay. Edges, Insertions and Blad ings in an almost endless variety of blind and open-work effects, widths ranging from 4 to 9 Inches. An oversight of an offering of this sort means nothing but a loss of money to you. WE HAVE THE Exclusive Agency For Phoenix and Vicinity of "Royal . Worcester" Corsets Can you think pf any oneCorset belter adapted for the average woman than the "Royal Worces ter?" Here It Is where style, dur ability ami comfort are happily combined. These corsets are made for all fc napes. They are fitted on living models. To the woman who wants to improve her figure, the "Royal Worcester" . comes as a great help. It will Improve her ap pearance and at the same time add to her comfort. We can prove It. We do It every day. A trial will convince YOU. SUNDAY EXCURSION 10 I HE Rf LIEF MINE Ezra Thayer Proposes to Give the Business Men of Phoenix an Object Lesson Worth Thinking About. In a little gathering of business men the other evening -the matter of ex tending ithe trade of Phoenix to other and distant parts was the chief topic of conversation. Ezra W. Thayer, a veil known Phoenix merchant agreed with the wisdom of all that had been raid on the subjeot but took occasion to hammer home a truth that Is not exploited as much as It ought to be in this bailliwick. That is that there are many struggling enterprises close sit home, in fact right in this valley, that are working along, making a par tial success and with great possibilities. BACKACHE or any other ache or pain is instantly relieved by Cloan's Olimment You do not need to rub. Just put it on it penetrates and kills the pain. Good for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sci atica, Lumbago, Pleurisy, Stiff Neck, Toothache, and Frostbites. Prie, 25c, 60e and $7.00. Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass. that receive practically no local en couragement. The moral he sought to point was that while it Is desirable to f reach out Just as far as possible, it Is even more dusirable to make good use of opportunities lying right at hand. - Then Mr. Thayer as' an apt illustra tion told of the Relief gold mine 23 miles northwest of Phoenix and only aboun twelve miles north of Glendale. Of all the gathering, few if any present except Mr. Thayer, had even put them selves out enough to go and look at the I mine, to say nothing of encouraging its development and helping to widen j its operations. It Is the only mine In tne county mat is producing regularly and has been for some years, turning in monthly a gold brick worth from 11500 to $2500, and paying .taxes on its bullion. This has been going on for some years and yet there isn't one man in a hundred in this city who even knows where the mine is. It is not a big enterprise for It was undertaken entirely by outside capital and is too limited a quantity to build on large proportions. But if the Phoenix people had taken enough interest to go am j see it and speak a good, word for it, ' there would have been available ail ' the capital that could have been eco nomically used and instead of a little mill Just big enough to pay expenses and make no dividends, there would now be In operation a plant that would I have made the Keltef mine to Phoenix ' a constant large pay roll proposition. I To show 'that he had the courage of his convictions. Mr. Thayer announced that he would immediately organize an excursion party to visit the Relief mine next Sunday, getting as many men as possible to Join who could furnish con veyance for themselves and one or ,two more and that he would provide trans portation for all others who seriously felt Interested in an inspection of the property merely for educational pur poses. His object is solely to get the business men of Phoenix to appreciate what is going on at the Relief mine and what should be doing there as an Illustration of how a great many sim ilar developing projec ts might be en couraged in the immediate vicinity of Phoenix. To find out whnt would be neces sary in the way of transportation, Mr. Thayer called on a number of the business men yesterday and secured tli names of between fcrty and fifty who will accompany him on his busi ness mens excursion. The invitation Is now made general and all those who are interested in the material de velopment of this city :ftid Its sur roundings: ' who are willing to help push a little; who are liberal enough to spend their time for one day in seeing what's going on at the end a twenty-three mile buggy ride; who are not too :roud to eat the bacon and beans at the Relief camp for their Sunday dinner; and who are not too lazy to get up by 7 o'clock Sunday morning, are invitt! to poin the' party. If their names are not nlrendy on the list they ore requested to report to Mr. Thayer at his store today that transportation may be provided for them. Those who have vehicles of their own might help a ginxi cause by coming along and bringing an empty seat for one or two more men but Mr. Thayer says that having made the proposition he will stay with it if he has to buy a livery stable to accom modate the crowd. It is pot designed as a picnic excursion or an outing for Sunday school children, but every business man, mining man, capitalist. great or small, or other person seri ously interested in the devlopment of the country will be made welcome whether his resources are small or great. Those who are going should be sure and report to Mr! Thayer to day. It is a good Jaunt out and back. If there is to be enough time spent at the mine to see it properly, and an early start is very desirable. WOLF'S BREED YOUNG HARGIS Kills His Father the Noted Mountaineer CRANE'S MASTERPIECE. An Example of the Humorous Pra grspher's Skill. lie Himself Had Fartick- paled in Much Kentucky lilood-Letting. As me, "What shall Saint Valentine bring To fill the heart-aching soul?"' Donofrlo's cactus candy for one tfiing With nuts and dollv, I would sing. IREPHOVA smi In a very short time we will occupy the West side of the building now occupied by theDorris-Heyman Furniture Co. A sacrifice of our stock will be offered on the following: Knit Underwear, Muslin Underwear, Remnants, Ladies Skirts, Coats, Skirts, broken lines of Hosiery, Towels Yarns, Corsets, Ruff and piece goods. A saving of 1-4 to 1-2. ierardJones Dry Goods Co. Jackson. Kv., Feb. 6. Former Coun ty Judge James Hargis, for manv yeurs a member of the state democrat ic executive committee, accused of complicity in many murders and a prominent figure !n the feeds which have disrupted Breathitt county for several years, was shot and killed in his general store this afternoon by his son. Beach Hargis. The son fired five shots in rapid succession at his father, who fell dead while clerks were wait ing on customers. The exact cause of the murder has not been learned, but it Is supposed to have been the result of a difference which existed between the father and son for some time. The two are reported to have had a quar rel several nights ago, when Vhe father, it is alleged, was compelled to resort to violence to restrain his son. Toung Hargis, it is stated, has been drinking heavily or late. He came to the store late this after noon and was apparently under the Influence of liquor. Judge Hargis, It is stated, spoke to his son about drink ing, and a quarrel resulted. Father and son stepped behind a counter when the son, after a few minutes' conversation, drew a revolver and fired five shots. Four took effect, the noted mountain character falling dead. A young lady stenographer and the cus tomers rushed for the doors, fleeing In fright. Toung Hargis was arrested and placed in Jail. He was raving like a maniac and the officers were com pelled to drag him to jail. ' Judge Hargis will be burled in a casket which he himself purchased a month ago. When visiting the Na tional Casket Company at Louisville he requested to be shown the most .elaborate coffin the company had In stock. Nothing suited him, but finally he ordered one along his own ideas, costing $150. This afternoon a tele gram was sent to the company as follows: "Express to-dn; casket selected by I James Hargis, a.- he Is dead. , Mrs. j James Harrfs." . , J QA magazine editor took down a vol ume dated 1 bC4. "Stephen Crane, the man of genius who died in youth, he said, "used to write humorous paragraphs for me. Here is a little thing of his. I'll read it to you." And h- read this brilliant burlesque of a lover's parting: "It was 6 o'clock, and Oeorge Tres ham had been spending the afternoon with sweet Lillian Bellairs. " 'Goodby. darling, she murmured, nestling her head In the time-honored place. " 'Ooodby.' " 'Goodby.' " 'In every parting, dearest, there Is the Image of death." George Tresham whisM-red. kissing the girl passionate ly. 'Do you know that we may never meet again?' " '), George, darling! she cried. clinging to him fiercely. " 'Who knows, my own, what may happen ere we see each other once more?' "O, George, say that you will come back to me back to your own little loving Lillian! My George, the same beautiful and brave George you have always been!' " 'Trust me, Lillian darling; trust your George.' " 'O, George,' she said, strong In the faith which women have, 'I do trust you. How could I love you If I did not?' And she kissed him fondly. " 'Then I shall come again, Lillian, my own." " 'But when, George?" she whispered passionately. " 'At 8 this evening, darling. " "( George,' she wailed, "must It be so long as that? so long so long." He took her tenderly In his arms. " 'Darling. he whispered, "I will make It half-past 7.' "And It came to rasa as he had spoken." Pittsburg Post. THE TROUBLES OF MR. MORSE It is No Wonder That He Sought a Needed Rest The Former Promoter and Banker Sent For to Face Grand Jury. ! INDIANA DEMOCRATS. Indianapolis, Feb. f C. The demo cratic state conrmltlee todfiy decided to held the state convention at Indian apolis on March 25 and 26. WEATHER TODAY. Washington, Feb. 6. Arizona, cloudv ( In southern portion, snow in northern portion Friday and .Saturday. Livers Exchanged IF the active liver of the cod-fish could be put into the place of the torpid liver of the consumptive itwoukl probably do him a world of good. Next best thin j is Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver OiL Almost . as good as a new liver. The great power of SC07TS EMULSION as a flesh-producer proves that much of the activity of the cod's liver is contained in every spoonful. All DrutcutM 50c aad 11.00. New York, Feb. 6. At the request of United States District Attorney Stim son, Albert Boardman, counsel for Charles W. Morse today cabled his client at Liverpool asking Morse to return to the city. Boardman believes he will take passage on the first steam- A, o "i 1 1 i ri ir u'kict Qftt )i .1 tat-i-leul fif Iho Campania, upon which the attorneys j say Morse sailed from here on Saturday. IBoardman's action In calling his client back, followed an hour's confer ence with Stimson, who is in charge of the investigation before the federal grand Jury of the recent conduct of certain national banks. Boardman had been subpoenaed to appear before the grand Jury today supposedly to tell what he knew of Morse's connection with various banking Institutions. Asked why Stimson requested him to ask Morse to return-Boardman said: "I do not know, but I suppose because a good many people here want him." Stimson would say nothing as to why he desired the presence of the man who, after he had organized the Amer ican Ice company and the Consolidated Steamship company, and was reported to be worth $20,000,000, became disas trously involved In the misfortunes of the banks which he had been able to control. "It is the policy of my office to di vulge nothing concerning criminal proceedings which may affect differ ent persons and Institutions," said Stimson: "I cannot discuss the mat ter. Neither will I admit or deny any of the rumors current." The rumors referred to were to the effect that the present federal grand Jury- would likely return Indictments In the banking cases soon. Several weeks ago Stimson admitted that the grand Jury since early tn December had been Investigating the banking ' situation but as there was a likeli hood of indictments being returned he I declined to say -anything. The Cunard officials are quite con fident that Morse had not sailed with Campania. It was pointed out by his friends today that the effect upon the health of Morse, of sreing his once groat fortune melt away, was such as to make It probable that he had se- j cured passage through others to avoid ; interruptions to take a needed rest. The same associates ridiculed the Idea that the banker's trip abroad could be reasonably construed as showing an inclination to escape responsibility at home. Disclosures of troubles of Morse followed each ether in rapid succession today. One of these was to the effect that creditors of his banks might unite in 'making hi man Invol untary bankrupt, thereby absorbing the remnants of his fortune. A depu ty sheriff was kept busy today serv ing copies of an attachment In a suit brought by Charles Hanna, receiver for the National Bank of North Amer ica, against Morse to recover I24S.3S0. Copies of the attachment i have been served on the officers of fourteen banks in which Morse was supposed to have accounts. 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