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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY 3IORXIXCJ, 3IARCII 20, 100S.
12 Mining Supplies Ezra W. Thayer 124130 E. Washington St., 127133 E. Adams St. HOUSEHOLD LETTER JEANNE1TE VAN REYPEN fashionable. Leather- Fixings The Latest Bags. Belts. Shoos, Gloves and Traveling Toggery. If a woman wants to look fashiona ble at the least possible expenditure ami that by the way is the aim of many of the best placed women here at present, she will Rive siiectal atten ti. n to the smaller, but by no means minor accessories that lend to even the simplest and most unpretentious eoM times an air of smartness which is altogether l:tc!:ip.g in tile most costly ii iporo d costum- if these finishings a re in if lei ted. Leather Fixings. l.tather fixings of all sorts play a most mil ortanl jurt in the outfit of i.p to (Into people and each season brings new models that accord with the j.rc va.il ins id. rs and general lines ARKLETS LEADS . t Buy tKe P- - ENSJRSi ENBSSmMWfilJ ! ?X?RSALSATYCXJa GROCER P TV Vi andbeconvinced ; T'y, that they are 809 So. Hilt St-, Los Angeles, CaL Strong, Original. Practical, SUCCESSFUL. Belongs to no "chain" or trust, rlass er clan absolute MERIT its only alliance. Concentrated, enthusias tic, COMPLETE. A school of FORCE, CHARACTER and INFLUENCE. Prestige of long experience, thousand of graduates every one a WOOD BURY testimonial and a vital force in the world. "BETTERNESS" Its distinctive quality. "The Success of the Student" Its slogan. Entire year begin when ready. POSITIONS SECURED. Write for "Catalogue W" It. Is Illustrated. Interesting, instructive. INSPIRING. MAILIARDS CHOCOLATES NEW YORK CITY We ask you to compare these with any 6c or Sc chocolates. MAILLARD'S Chocolates, large variety, with filling of the finest texture. 0" I""r pound. MAILLARD'S French assorted Chocolates and Bon Hons, 23. We have about a hundred other kinds equally good. PHOENIX RAKERY AND CON ECTION E RY, EDWAR D EISELE, Wholesale. Established 1881. Retail. in A VA m 11 ml 8. STCHN . SON Y ! Iff-- J ,' ,'', 4?? - .V v , .'.' ,"', ' i !, : .; . ,, . : . i ;, . .- - ... . s endorsed by Madam La Jlode. Shop ping bass are decidedly large and very flat in most of the best new models seen at representative shops on Fifth avenue, also in the hands of the fash ionable throng. The one exception is balloon-like little bat?, just large enough to hold, a tiny purse, mouehoir. ami one of the diminutive leather covered opera glasses that fold into a small case about like the one that holds (irandpa's spoctaeles. These come in play nicely for the matinees and after Lenten performances vo much patronized at this time of year. Patent leather is used for the Ritx bag in most instances though it is often made up for secial orders in the chrome tanned gUiicd kid that is the coining fad for my lady's footwear. Matching Accessories. To have gloves, shoes, belt and bag or purse, made up in matching mate rial is considered the acme of smart ness, and the New York girl spends a great deal of thought and all the money she can possibly spare in such sets. She has them either made to order, or. purchasing one of the most important articles, shops about until she succeeds hi completing the whole set. l eruaps. if she is artful, she lets I'.er family and intimate friends know that she is bent on gathering the col lection and then often receives a birth day gift or an F-ister remembrance that helps to fill i ut her matched set of accessories. Shoe Wrinkles. Colored shoes are to be more in de mand than ever and to describe the array of these that one sees at smart shops and on well dressed women would require more space than I can give in my column. Very dressy ef fects are m.ist in demand and leathers with a glossy finish are especially pop ular. The woman who. likes the ap pearance of patent leather but finds it NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER YOUR SPRING SUITS We have the finest of material to select from. The latest styles, the best workmen, and the prices reasonable. It always pays to get the best. When you decide, come to the fash ionable emporium that has a reputa 'tion that has been standing for years, and one th? vill continue to stand. D. Nicholson IMPORTING TAILOR. Cleaning and Pressing Department in Connection. Stylish Hats Get gocd ideas of what is the ;'(latest in Millinery by calling yat our store and examining our big and varied stock of handsome hats. CLOAK AND SUIT HOUSE Standard Furniture Co. A. L. MOORE, Manager. Sutvjfssor to Massif. Open for business with a com plete line of new nnd second hand Furniture and Household floods. Phone 3r.l. Ml W. Wash. St I - I unpractical for general wear as well as uncomfortable on the foot Is de lighted with the new chrome tanned glazed kid which has a finish almost as glossy as patent leather but is por ous, and very comfortable, while it is also unusually durable, being made from goat skin, which is the toughest hide known to the tanner. The nicest stores are show ing pretty models in high and low shoes made to meet the fashionable demand for the new leath er, which originating in Paris has found favor in New York. . High Arches and Medium Toes. High arches and a medium toe with : rather rounded point are character istics of the be-st new models in wom an's footwear this s ason. A very at tractive tie. with large single eyelets through which ribbon is run. matching either iht shur or its mannings, is one of the fetching type shown at a lead ing shop here. Fancy combinations of contrasting bather, cloth, and canvas, for uppers with odd vamp are in great demand and at Palm Beach and other winttr resorts where summer styles are first exploited. Shoes nnd matching accessories of light colored kids, white and colored canvas and flowered cotton fahrits are now being worn by the people w ho b ad the fash ion in this countrv. The Cretonne Fad. Cretonne used for trimmings and ac cessories was revived last year after a long season of desuetude, anil prom ises to be much more generally taken up with the coming summer. Belts, vests, hats, parasols and even shoes are made up of the flowered cottons, formerly relegated exclusively to the upholstery departments. Not only are these employed as indicated but the figures ill tiiem are cut out and ap- i plied for dress garnitures in a variety of ways. An imported g wn of grey ' and white striped taffeta with bind- i ings ,ii black satin has appliques of; Mnall crimson rusts cut from cretonne, put on with a chain stitch of black J silk at the belt and about the bodic ! trimmings. j Whites and blacks an- not used as ! much as formerly in contrast with cistumes. The demand is for match-j ing colors, not near matches but per- I feet reproductions of the dyes em ployed for the fabrics, that make the : costume. This m ans that each sea- i si n the manufacturer gets out an en- j tirely now set of colorings to cm-res- Im-iiiI with fashionable dress g Is and j supplement staple shades of tan and i gray that are always in use. The new ' maize colorings are particularly at tractive and lilacs this season have a' pinker tinge than formerly. The blues include Copenhagen and all the soft j gray shades while f.-r dress wear the preference is for pale pearl grays. JKANNETTK VAN RE Y PEN. PARADISE CAMP. The first car of machinery for the Savage mine no;ir Paradise is at Ito deo. transportation from the depot to the mine is under way. This carload includes all of the machinery except the electric air drills and apppurten- All Kinds Of Real Estate For Sale $40,000 TO LOAN to assist purchasers 200 W. Washington St. Opposite Ford Hotel THE MISSION A resort for gentlemen. The original BUDWEISER BEER on draught. FRANK C0NNELLEY,' Prop. Scott's Santal-Fepsin Capsules AFOSITIVECURE For Inflammation orCstar;1i of the Bladder and uiseasad ' Kidneys. No cure no pay. Cures quickly aud Perma nently the worst ca-s rl I gonorrhoea and Gleet, no nutter of how long stand- , in. Absolutely harmless j Sold by alruegists. l'rice ' ti l), or by .-uH. postpa'd, I tl U), 3 boxes 2.75. THE SaNTAL-PEPSIR CO- eiLkrOMTAIMC. OHIO- ELVEY & HULETT. AquiU. ' S7 n ances, which are expected to arm within the next eight or ten days. The machinery includes one hoist, one Oil-horse power Otto gasoline en-, f ine, two electric motors, one generat or and three Temple-Ingersol electric air drills. The camp will he lighted by electricity. A. P. Hehnke. treasurer of the company, arrived at the camp from Chicago the first of the week to re main permanently, he assuming the position of general manager. Annual work stiil In progress on the Harry Holborn group of claims adjoining the Savage, is attended with excellent prospects of success. in tin- Jefferson and Cummings claims indications point to tin ore de posit, for wherever iron gossans strike the contact high grade copper ore. carrying excellent values in gold and silver Is developed. On the Jefferson, the owner is driv ing a tunn I T.r feet to tap a 3n-foot crosscut which assays 8'. per cent copper. $9. rill in gold ami 3 in silver. in the Cummings there is a tunnel 45 feet in length which on running 10 feet farther will, it is believed, tap an on' deposit, where indications point to about twelve feet of ore. Beth ekiims have strong and exten sive ledges. The ore found Is often rich in copper, peacock, yellow sul phides and carbonates being uncover ed. The Apex. Calamity Jane. Chicago Tribune and Mayflower claims have a ledge that is a continuation of the one on the patented property owned by C. W. Melcher, and they are con sidered romising. - 1" n:;.l:is Dispatch. WHEN TRAVELLING be prepared for any emer gency. Take along loan's inimetit It's a penetrating, antiseptic remedy for Toothache, Neu ralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Insect Bites and Kusty Nail Scratches. Prict, 25c. 60c, and 17.00. Dr. Ear S. Sloan, Boston, Mats. We Need the Room I ; 1 A fresh eiress sl:ii,n. nt of silk n-t:ieiats of extra . I J K-Mid uiiiility t::l'f.-t:i. rut wry full: Ikis 1- huh ruf- fie v ith t inch pleatins ;i ml pin tin ks ami dust ruf- . g fie; colt r. blin k, white, tun. prey, brown, green nnd I II I 'oiinhimen. Very well made and extra value at J)JJJ 'I'C' Jti fiO. Our price this sale ' IIV,VrUlk3 j.cttiroats on sale at our annex. SPECIAL SALE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR iQJjQ " pieces very fine sheer quality white India linon, . . 30 inches w ide, nice uulity for waists or children's I I f I innn 1 1 - L.II17I1 wear. Special this sale at f SPECIAL SALE LADIES' WHITE WAISTS Mtne. Stephens' sanitary hair rats, colors black. Rats I brown, blonde and greys. 11, 13 and la in. Prices 25c, 35c, 50c SPECIAL SALE LADIES' BLACK HOSIERY Six pieces beautiful soft lustrous iiaiity satin mes i Cll r- saline dress silks for evening wear; colors, white, ((r J ajllllO 'light blue, brown, Copenhagen, reseda and old rose. JvlL. Special this sale Special Sale Ladies' Two Button Silk Gloves in on limited number of hand embroidered linen waist LlllVll patterns, beautiful sheer ipmlity; several designs mm r VfiUQT DflftPPn convent embroidery work, n gularly sold for $6.00. piJ VVUIOI rill Id Hj Special for this sale only at Special Sale Children's Bonnets Chiidrri'S Children's sailor tanioshantenx. made of linene, in U , tan and Copenhagen, with puitent leather straps and 25C IliJIO , bands. Very well made. Sale each Special Sale Infant's and Children's Dresses j , Ladies' canvas Oxfords in blues, Copenhagen, brown, CtlSiOC am' w''iu'' blucher cut. ribbon lace. Price tf-QKfl OltUCO Ladies' white canvas pump or one button Oxfords. $AiJU The very latest rut. Price Big Bargains in Ladies' Undermuslins I ! i: f s is I W Mv. 'i P) THIS LABCL STANDS FOH 53 YEARS OK KNOWING HOW , 3 MCtrrfta 5. Golem's You'll Po Better at MEXICAN LAND. ( J7.S0 per acre. Plenty of rain: pure At Atascador. American Colony, Tarn- j water; perfect title. School and Sun pico. Mi x., Kast Coast and Gulf of I day school. Call on or address V. V. Mexico, rich prairie and timber land, j Oreene, CO" N. 1st St.. Phoenix. Ariz. THE BEST ALWAYS inumi mi irmim ElLKL 3 A ' SUIT that a treat many num will wear this sjiring. Nothing loud or swift about it. It's Just a styl ish, handsome, conservative suit. A Gentleman's j Suit I The illustration will give you y i! an Idea of the cut, while the J fabrics are rich and modest cheviots and worsteds, at Twenty-live Dollars We arc never too busy to wait Hj on you and are always at your service. (Jood picking time now. Outfitters to Man and Eoy You . Need the Bargains JS I I Chronic y Diseases. ff Consultinq Physician. successful. ntHip.RADn RuBlE- y qraduate of HaPvaDD MEDICAL COLLEGE. 41 ONE OF THE BEST Ji EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE Tell th Story Dr. HihbaM Ins Iwn in the same locality lir niany ycari. urcpsful Hint reliable he linn wen 'the tii Idle confidence, ilin siieeess i;. Imilt Uioii ahiliiy and reliability. Tlierurert patient brine HiititlieranilHeontinunivt reeezd ot iierniHiieiii cures tlinrouiriilv e-taHlishes fne an liaviiia a reputation lor SUFEBIOR SKILL remawieiis B1m1 Poison. Nervo Vital le bilitv. i'elvie disease. . eeiiTriwted ailments. ALL CXNATCRAL DISCHARGES aloim the urethra ami ail irritation- e; liie urinary trai t tHTlaiiiiiis to i he prostrate eland. Bladder and Kidneys an the result of inflamatory condi tions are removed and sound, healthy tissue estatilishol. thereliy lenvinc the parts lully rrstored as inteniletl by nature. fanner and internal growths removed with out c lie kniie or seven inensures. Dr. milliard. Ilibbard Imililing. 26-Sout h Second Avenue. I'll. km, ix. Arizona. Consulta ion Kree. Honrs 10-12. 1-3. B-T YOU HATE TO LEAVE HER I in a lonely "spot while going after j someone to repair your auto. But ! there will be no breakdown if you j have us keep your auto In repair. MACHINES RENTED. SOUTHWESTERN AUTO CO. Phone Main 345. (Tl j Soutktra Callfral 3X 6HS..Gran.1 Ave. Los Anceies J.-.-L"key Mgr