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THE ATUZOXA TlErUBLTCAX, SATrRD AY MOItXIXfi, MAHCII 21, 1008.
5 I 00 v. -v ' V 4 YTR AOOOn CLOTHES FOR BOVJ Ederheimer, Siein Sc Co. - Makrn MAKE it a point, right now, to see our XTRAOOOp suits for boys. They'-re. new, seasonable, appropriate; a great number of styles; with a scale of prices that per mits buying at your own figure. The right garment t.. .... A. -L .L. jur ever.) vvj llvvvc tflf E oge of 3 years. The New York Store NO MERCY TO BE SHOWN 10 .STANFORD STUDENTS In Consequence of St. Patrick's Night Disorders the Ax is Busy. Stanford T'niversitv. March Men and women in the campus were staggered this morning by the absolute refusal of the faculty committee on student body affairs to make any con cession in view of the apology forth coming last night. The committee an nounees that it will neither leinstate the twelve suspended men nor discon tinue the hearing of the two hundred and forty-six students who volunteered their names as participants in the dis turbance which caused the descent of the faculty ax. The examinations of these are continuing at the rate of about twenty an hour. The investiga tion will probably extend to tomorrow norm. In order to prevent any hasty action by the students as i result of the committees refusal to consider the apology offered this morning as suf ficient grounds for a reconsideration of the original twelve cases. President Murphy will pot call a student body meeting but ho issued a statement ask--ing the men to refrain arty action until the final decision of the committee Is announced. The committee gives no inkling as to what its action will be. The general opinion seems to be that the entire number of petitioneers will be dismissed. By the apology the stu dents consider that they have made all possible amends and in case any dras tic action is taken by the committee, the sentiment favors a fight to the finish. - t 4 Of Local Interest TO EE CHARGED TO BURGLARS. A Milwaukee Man's Murder Wife. of His Milwaukee. Wis., March 2C fjivKsr0 "U'illoughby, manager of the Jewel! :ind Sherman spice mills shot and kill ed his wife at their home early today and then shot himself. He is rot ex pected to recover. The coupl? iu.Vr reled after returning i'rotii :i chur-h social. While his wife was asleen he chloroformed her ani then killed ln.r instantly. After shooting himself Wil loughby crawled to a side uoor in the basement and deposited the rovoi'vr so as to make it aptc-i" that nurglars had committed the inur.lor. Then he telephoned the police 'rce. Later he confessed that he rrird ?rcd his wife because she was infatuated with a di vorced man in Chicago whom she h;id been supporting four year.-s. He raid I is wife was jealous and I1.1J be'-n col lecting !mal! yiaiitiiies of chloroform fr a lor.f- time. v THE OHIO RAGING. Alliopolis, Ohio, March 20. Balti more & Ohio officials predict a flood "Mtial to that of 184 and that all traf fic will be. tied up. All tributaries are pouring great volumes of wate. into tlie Ohio. o KILLED BY SMUGGLERS. El Paso, March 2'1. Charles Jones and Charles Logan, mounted customs guards, were shot to death last night by smugglers. Their bodies were found In tin- dry lied of the Rio Irande. There is no clue. COUNTRY CLUB. Miss Abbi Pickrell and Miss Kdna Murray will serve at the Ouuntry Club today. ROOSEVELT VISITOR. Walter ' Lubkln of Hoonev. lt. was a Phoenix visitor yesterday. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Sunday school. 8:45. J. M. Stewart, superin tendent: subject sermon. 11 n. in.: "The ower of the Tongue": C. E. prayer meeting at 6:3" p. in.: sermon at T:So p. m. Theme: "is There a Helir DEMOCRATS OF OSBORN. There will be a meeting of the democrats of iwborn precinct at the school housn of that district tonight to lay tha ground work for pernicious activity In that neighborhood for the next six months or no. SURVEYS APPROVED. The sur- j vryor general has approved mineral i euii- ,u, nosaiine .no. j, Kosa - line No. 3. and Kosaline No. 8. lode mining claims, situated In the lUobe mining dialler. Gila county and claimed by Clara Kinnev. WILL ADDRESS Y. M. C. A. Dr. ! John Crrlghton of Nebraska will ad- j dress the Y. M. C. A. Sunday at S:0n M. In Lam non's hall. Lr. Crelghton Is a young man and his talk will be full uf Interest to those Interested In T. M. C. A. work. A male iiuarlett- , will sing. All men nr invited. ' SERIOUSLY ILL Ieorge K. Brown, j superintendent of Irrigation on the ! Kacaton Indian reservation, has been very III for the Inst week or two at -IiLh home near tlila Crossing. He has been delirious for sevinl days and It i Is reported his tti.il.uly Is meningitis. 1 His many friends here will b pained ! to hear of his afflict ion and hoe fur ; an early recovery, j SHIRTWAIST DANCE. The Smart i Set riub this evrnlng will give t last of Its popular dances ns Mr. Mas- ate leaves Monday for California and the public U invited to come prered 1 for an enjoyable time. By special re quest C. S. Oaki-s w ill again sing Kit- . gene Cowles' famous song. "Forgot- j t-n." The usual admission will be charged and the management requests all to come dressed, i NEW BUSINESS HOUSE. W. H. ! Reno has oeiied a tea and coi'f.-e ' house at 33 Hist AiUms str-et In the i same room occupied by the real estate ; office of J. H. Kinney. He proposes t" : carry a good stock f teas ami roffecs j for a store trade and aso to solicit orders and deliver. His establishment will he known as the Arizona Tea and Coffee House. Mr. Reno has lived n Phoenix for the lust fifteen years. Is! well known and should be able to es tablish a good ptttrouuge. BACK FROM MINE. T. C. Carrl-ife gan returned yesterday from a trip to the Clara mine. Kverylhlng is going along smoothly and extra force Is being added. lmn In the bottom of the shaft the tire is showing u4 with coarser gold, running from $12 to $11 per ton in gold, with copper values and some stiver. Mr. Currigan's son is in charge of the Ciara mine. lM 'Today, 1 Saturday, the Second Day Of The New York Store's Miliinery, Opening The last day on which to sec our charming Headwear display in its entirety. To miss at least a sight of it all, is to loose much that is of large practical value and beauty in the prepara tion of your Spring Outfit. Will you come? ' AIi SK! V Summer Underwear ?5 DOZEN OF WOMEN'S WHITE JERSEY RIBBED VESTS if nice iii.iiiiy and sopeii..r finish, low neik. sl.-eVesless. neck alld nrillhideS toHtl. in regular anil extra large sixes suit able for siotit v. i men. banm r 20c val- thN lay tit. let f., .nil . 15c New Parasols SOME OF THE NEW PARASOLS HAVE COME A goodly number of them, y.ai wiil find amongst Hem n great many noveitles. i'arasols of ml. ! ii. linen. tngei ir silk, in plain white, natural color, pi. ml and em- tiroiiiereti ei:et-ts. i h"y are tiod-r- n'ely ;-rlceo at from SI. 50 to $6.50 THE NEW SPRING OXFORDS Tin-: Is g..ing ! 1 arly. The r.;ilt liiiiisilih for w inning liaml -tl- :te.il mford .iv ii. Ai.ii. ipatuiK an unusual demand we prewired for It rather that . ru now l...al - f a . ..ni..;.- st.sk. And what's more, tt i.uld lie utterlv to ".elect frtfiil bi-l pair: a more cnoiee a s-rliteiit than v: i tiahled to offer. We h"lil tin- "Queen Quality" OXFORDS FOR WOMEN Styles comprise Pumps, Colonials, Gib sons, Buckle Bluchers and Buttcn effects in either Tan, Black or Chocolate $2.50 to $4.00 4 "Regal" OXFORDS FOR MEN I PersonaLl Mention i m 4n ! 11. C. Trout returned yesterday from j a biisine trip to El I'aso. ! C. K. Raron of Tueson wax a busi- nei.)i visitor here yexterday. i Walter Ludkin. government phutog- J rapher. came down from R.xineveit ( yesterday. j The following regintered at the Com- i mercial yewterday: Harry Markovitx. j Tucson: W. f". Smtnervllle, Kaniua I City: W. C. Parson. HcCahe. C. J. i Leathers are Vici, Gun Metal and Patent Leather, in Black, Tan and Chocolate. Styles include Button, Lace and Blucher effects. $3.50 to $5.00 New Fancy Ribbons 25c NOVELTY RIBBONS ARE A SPECIALTY WITH US. We have just nt'eived our new -spring line. A hiindr.il pie,x or more- in pretty Htripe and phtid. ."suitable for hats, hair, rn-vk. Ih-Ii and sashes. Color ings and color combinations to answer all punxiws. Widths range from 3 to T. inehe. at one prieo fer yard .. .25c "Merrv Widow" Bells ALL THE RACE RIGHT NOW. We how an immense new line of these. KxiiuivfrTTy dainty effects in plain and fancy gilt hands. Grecian patterns, ir r.ilescent effects :nd gold combined with color in a delicate way. perfectly fitted with far.tv buckles i'l various forms. Ks-pecially low prieed at. each THE PROOF OF THE PUDDING IS IN THE EATING The mere fact that the first crop of Spring Quartiies was gobbled up on the very da- they reached us is evidence sufficient that Phoenix women, and Women everywhere for that matter, know a good thing when they see it. Anything amiss with such a showing? Glance over the list of Fashion Magazines, pick out a few promiscuously and read 'em or get 'em all and read 'em all then stud your own best interests, and you can't help joining the vast army ot Boosters for the Ladies' Home Journal Patterns and the Spring Quarterly. This Style Book has absolutely no peer. It stands alone. Its illustrations are the work of a master. The styles are the limit of correctness. Another Shipment of These Marvels of Beauty Has Just Arrived Mind you, 100 pages of interesting, strictly up-to-the-minute Fashion News including any 15 cent LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERN for the insignificant sum of 20 cents, all told. Get Yours Today Don't Delay Spellmire, Winslow: !r. Davis. San Francisco; Chariea P. Ixckhart. Cave Creek. At the Ford hotel yesterday were the following arrivals: Ida Weittfall. Chi cago; George W. Frank. Dayton, fihio; Mrs. H. B. Xeal. San Antonio, Texas; J. R. Fox. Hollister. Calif.: II.-F. Ma honey, San Francisco; W. A. I'.ondu rant. H. X. Douglas, Los Angeles. The following were guests at the Hotel Adams yesterday: H. C. Trost. El Paso; Wm. Donneley, Chicago; J. H. Thurston, Los Angeles; Charles Sieber. gt. Louis; C. E. Karon, Tucson: F. W. Furr.v. St. Louis: George E. Hall. Xew York; A. Vanderwart, Boston: A. B. Wagoner, Philadelphia. o NOTHING TO LIVE FOR. Be prepared for surprises. The Suits are of such unusual style and beauty that today's years. Be sure to be here. Chicago, March 2(1. A suicide pact involving a dozen members, of the Bethseda Home for the Aged is be lieved to have been revealed by the death of John Koch, who committed suicide yesterday with poison after ridiculing another Inmate who failed in an attempt at suicide. The supposed motive is that the aged inmates face destitution through the bankruptcy of the home. WANING LIQUOR POWER. Its Influence at the Lowest Ebb in the Ohio Legislature. Columbus, March 20. The house of representatives today passed an amendment to the Jones bill to prevent the "picketing" of saloons adjacent to dry districts -in cities. The liquor in terests made futile efforts to delay ac tion. The vote indicated the lowest ebb of liquor strength in the house in the history of an Ohio legislature. STOESSEL BEGINS SENTENCE. St. Petersburg, March 21. Lieuten ant General Stoessel today began serv ing a ten years' sentence in St. Peter and Paul fortress. "Keep Smiling" drink POSTUM and "Times" will get brighter. "There's a Reason." " Read "The Road to Wellville," in pkgs. NEW LINENE SUITS WHEN IN TODAY ASK TO SEE OUR - SPECIAL $11 LINE OF LINENE SUITS. Speciaf attention is railed to this line because it excels all our previous efforts. Con spicuous among the many new styles are the Hutterfly and Long Coat cffi-cls. They may be hail in white nnd colors contrastingly trimmed.'" The workmanship and fin ish of these suits wiil appeal to every woman who desires to be gowned elegantly yet economically. These are with. out question the best Value ever shown at $11.00 $20 Tailored Suits at $14.93 AS AN EXTRA INCENTIVE TO OUR MANY PATRONS TO HONOR US WITH THEIR PRESENCE TODAY WE SHALL OFFER OUR IMMENSE LINE OF $20 TAILOR MADE SUITS at the price designated above. The mate rials are those prime favorit? this spring, in every new spring shade, solid colora and horizontal stripes. Styles are butterfly and high-grade tailored effect. We class them as one f the best values we have i-ver shown In our Suit department, and that Is saying a great deal. Choice for $14.93 $25 to $75 The New Spring Jackets 65c JJ OPENING EXHIBIT OF SPRING APPAREL Our first displays of Spring Styles occur tcday. Their notable newness and eiclusiveness are features to which we call attention. exhibit surpasses any and all attempts of previous IMPORTED LINEN SUITS WHEN IT COMES TO A DESCRIPTION OF DISTINCT LY FOREIGN PRODUCTIONS, WE ADMIT WE ARE NOT IN IT. Wish we were. Wis'i we could convey to you just a slight intimation of the beauty of these gar ments; They are gorgeous. Never in all our career have we been enabl m! to make a showing of such magnitude. Real Linen Suits in white as well as latest spring shades, brilliantly superior and distinctly exclusive, representative of the highest achievement of the master tailor. Each one of these suits boasts of decided innovations in point of trimming effects. Just think of Coats and Jackets be decked with hand-made Cluny and Renaissance Lace, and finished with Fillet Net. Mod erately priced from Talk about marvels of beauty! In line to our patrons we do so with Imagine Jackets of Silk completely Net. Battenberg All-Over and Baby presenting this new eensiderable of pride, covered with Fillet Irish! Then those summery looking Jackets entirely made of . hard-made Guipure Lace with Grecian border effects, amd last but not least, those long coat styles' in mikado sleeve effects. made of snowy whiu Baby Irish. Prices range from $20to$100 Net Waists at $2.22 A LARGE LINE OF WOMEN'S NET WAISTS-ln cither white or ecru, extensively trimmed in Chiny l-tce. Imtter fly effects that are superb valued al 3.'0 today at, choice .............. ..$2.22 Positively No Charge for Alterations Also bear In mind that Mr. Kalsman. the Ladies' Tailor, has absolute charge of mir alteration room, .fan one for .inure'.' Silk Petticoats for $2.99 $5.00 SILK PETTICOATS A considerable assortment of these, most air colors represented ill the oftering, finished with deep flounce and tailor stitching for one dav only at $2.99 New "Cluett" Shirts CLUETT SHIRTS. AS YOU ALL KNOW, HOLD THE FRONT RANK WHEN IT COMES TO FIT, WEAR AND STYLE. We've never shown a, mre- captivating : vpoitmcnt than right now. 50 different styles and patterns in regular and coat effects in pure white, solid colors, striie. checks. plaids and polka dots light and senil-dark designs ... .... $1.25to$2.50 rap daasroft 10c and 12Jc Yal. Laces at 4c 3000 YARDS OF FRENCH AND GERMAN VAL ENCIENNES LACES An entirely new lot. consist ing of Edgings and Insertions in an extensive vari ety of neat, dainty patterns, actual 10c and 12c values for Saturday only at. i ,rrrA choice 4C vara 3