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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY s3IORXIXG, ArRIL 14, 1908.
"loyal Worcester" Corsets THE FIT OF YOUR NEW GOWN DEPENDS TO A GREAT EXTENT "ON YOUR NEW CORSET By trying Royal Wor cester Corsets you are savins tinier-worry and money. We have 4i fit for every shape, a style for every purse. Anil mir corset fit. ter knows a thing or two. Just try her. We know you'll oonie ngnm. $1.00 to $3.00 May Styles Ladies' Home Journal Patterns' ore now in. Monthly style books have also come, they're free for the asking. Get Yours Today. ,3113 22S Send us Your Mail Orders WE CAN FILL THEM TO THE QUEEN'S TASTE. We pay more at tention to them than if you came In person. And we do it on the square. Write today. A POSTAL WILL DO. Postal Cards at lc each , THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS OF NEW STYLE POSTAL CARDS, representing every new fad including panoraiia, com ic and Easter types, every conceivable new pattern and color scheme in the assortment, the most wide-spread variety to choose from, the same identical sorts others sell at 2 for 5e here only, each lc Regals for Men Here's style-news and quality news for the discriminating men of Phoenix. ( You've an opportunity now to take advantage of the same exclu sive style privileges enjoyed by the best dressed men of New York. For Regals are reproduced di rectly according to the latest New York designs. , Whatever price you pay, you can get no more style, service or satisfaction than Regals afford. If you want to know what's abso lutely up-to-date m footwear, see the new Spring Regal styles at our store. Have a peep into our windew and see the new Tan Pumps, Pat. Pnmps, Pat. White Ooze Top 2 Button Oxfords, 2 Buckle Tans, etc. ' $3.5o to $5.oo Easter 1 Summer Dnderwear PfNE SWISS RIBBED VESTS FOR WOMEN EXTRA STOUT Low neck, sleeveless, arm holes and neck taped, sizes 40 to 44, the very best for the money a EACH New flair Fixings FOR ONCE WE ARE PAYING PAR TICULAR ATTENTION TO WOM EN'S HAIR DRESS. Our new line is quite extensive and embraces many novelties. We are showing today. hair rats and hair rolls made of wire, or ha!r. or wire covered with hair, in all lengths from J2 to 22 inches, every color you may desire. We also have hair frames, the very latest to wear with marcel waves. Trices are very 15? TO 50c "Buster Brown" Belts WE ARE NOW AMPLY PREPARED TO MEET ALL THE LITTLE BOYS' BELT WANTS. Those that just came are pat. leather belts iii either black or white. Choir 25c EACH Colored Linens LINENS PLAY A VERY IMPORT ANT PART IN OUR WOMEN'S SUM MER TOILETTE. And we never had a line to equal this spring's. They are all 3t inches wide and come in such colors as brown, natural, del and Co penhagen blue. Strictly fast colored wash materials anil priced at, J-'"-'1 35c AND 45c At 25c per yard AVe show the largest line of Wash Goods in Phoenix, such as SWISS APPLIQUE, CARDIFF VOILE, SHANDAI SILK DRAP DE L'INDE, PRINTED BATISTE, PRINTED DOTTED SWISS MERC. FOULARD, SILK TISSUE, SHIMMER SILK SHADOW PLAlD, SILK MULL, YORK ZEPHYRS The most entrancing display of fashionable patterns and colorings, also plenty of solid colors,"300 pieces to selec t from and every yard considered an extra special value. SIX MERRY MENi Singing "Merry Widow" Songs It's jiist like 'em. than the "Merry instrumental. They will all do it. Widow." We have S There is no more catchy music today different selections, either vocal or CHOICE OF ANY SONG FREE TODAY WITH EVERY "MERRY WIDOW" BELT PURCHASE Easter Regals for Women We've important news for the . women to whom style is import ant, and who demand that their footwear be of the latest correct design The New Spring Regals for wo men are here an announcement that means much to the well dressed women of Phoenix. The assortment of correct and varied styles is equalled only in New (York Fifth Avenue shops. You never before saw women's Oxfords with quite the same deli cate symmetry the fashionable snap and smooth, unwrinkled fit presented by these fetching new Regals. Come and feast your eyes on the new Pat. Colonials, Gun Metal Colonials, Kid Gibson's, Pat. Gibson's and Pat. Pumps. $3.50 to $5.00 Shell Goods WE ARE , SHOWING A LARGE AS SORTMENT OF CORRECT STYLES IN BACK COMBS, SIDE COMBS AND BARRETTES. A choice selection of plain, jeweled and monogram effects in either black, shell, amber or grey. FROM ....-25C UP New Rough Silks WE ARE LEADERS WHEN IT COMES TO A COMPLETE SHOW ING OF THESE SPRING FAVOR ITES. 'Rajah." "Tussah" and "Mi rage silks, in black, white, tan. mode, brown, reseda, grey, navy, ciel and Copenhagen blue. 27 inches wide and priced at. yard - 75c. 85c AXD $1.00 New Linene Suitings MORE LINEN FIN. SUITINGS TO DAY Much better than their prede cessors. Come in white, pink, sky blue, cadet blue and Copenhagen blue and are 36 inches wide. For an inexpen sive wash skirt or full costume they are just IT. Matchless at, yard.15 Imported Shirtings YOU OUGrfT TO SEE OUR DAINTY NEW LINE OF SCOTCH SHIRT INGS. It's a beauty. Genuine import ed wash materials , in light and dark patterns, very- appropriate for men's shirts and women's shirt waists. Double fold and priced at. yard 35? AND 40c RETURNING HOME John Daugli erty. who has been employed at the Hotel Adams left last night for Kan sas City, where he will remain for the summer. A DISPtRADO DAND UNDAY HOLD UP Young Man'i Advent to Arizona Mark, ed by Thirlling Adventure. The employes or the H. H. McNeil j Company on Saturday night jobbed one ' of their unsuspecting number in a true j western fashion. It was to serve fo ANNUAL MEETING Of THE BOARD OF TRADE - I There Will be an Atfdress by Mr, j Russell at 4 O'clock Today to be Followed Immediately by the Elec tion of Directors, A mother who is in good physical condition transmits to her child the blessing of a good constitution; sickly, ailing mothers, the reverse. The tiny bain? brings to her a liv ing responsibility. .At euch a time too great care cannot be taken to build up the mother's general con stitution, and restore her feminine system to a healthy, normal con ditioa The greatest assistance that any woman can have in accomplish ing this all-important work is LYDIA E.P!NKKAPTS VEGETABLE COMPOUND Sirs. M. Gilmer, of West Union, S. C writes to Mrs. Finkham, Lynn, Mass. " I was greatly run down in health, suffering from weakness peculiar to my sex. I began to take Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Componnd, and I was not only restored to health but am the proud mother of a line baby girl. I wish every sick and ailing woman would give Lydia E. I'inkham 8 Vegetable Compound a trial." Mrs. Paul Oliver, of St. Martin- ville, La., writes to Mrs. lMnkhain : " For years I Buffered from the worst form of female trouivs, and the doctor fcaid I could not pet well without an operation. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound restored me to perfect health, and I have the sweetest little baby girl. I will never cease to praise Lydia E. Pinkham's medicine," FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. link ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with the worst forma. Why don't you try it? . The annual meeting of the Hoard of ( Trade will be held this afternoon at 4 his edification and further enl.ghtment j revious,v announcoa. Tnere will on the ways of the wild and wooly. , be an informal reception between 4 where holdup men. desperadoes. In-'and 4:30 o'clock in honor of Mrs Mar dians and Washington street cowboys, I jorie Kusscll, editor of The Earth, who spring up like Teddy bears In a cane- I has traveled widely and who has con brake. The young man, toward whom i-ented to make a short address on her none bore less of malice or more of j impressions of the Salt Kiver vallev. friendship than the McNeil crowd, may , The Earth will devote practicallv its be called Jeff Davis since he is from entire space to this valley in theAu the south recently and a long ways. gUst edition and Mrs. Hussell is very As he had social ambitions, that is, j desirous of meeting the Phoenix busi longings for an acquaintance with gen- i ea8 n)en and members of the Board tie femininity, the boys fixed it up that Qf Trade. , ho ulli.lll.l iwmii-. n,.t., . ... I..... ... . .,lr u. nuj i me annual election or 'directors will to whom he was later to be introduced, be held at 4.30 o'clock immediutc-ly ine lauy wno consented to act la the after the reception. capacity and carry out the joke was for all news story purposes Miss Bea trice Fuming. Following the instruc tions in the note Jeff was at Berry hills' corner that evening and formed Miss Fleming's acquaintance and they in company with another couple pro ceeding on a pleasant stroll which was wound up summarily in the jungles near Eastlake park. Out of the howling wilderness leaped about a dozen of the most villianous looking characters, wearing face masks and armed to the teeth and toe nails. "Up mit yer mitts" was the yell let loose and Jeff's mitts went up as high as he could get them. "Now beat it," and he proceeded to emulate the ex ample of the worthy parson in front of an angry bull and beat it. He was much fleeter with his pedals than the ladles, and put yards between himself and the scene of -the holdup with amazing facility. He was considerably out of hearing-of-Iaughter distance, when he made a dash for safety in Mr. Luke's front yard where he was confronted yy a dog whose' bark was omjnous, so Jeff rushed 'out again. Fortunately a few blocks on his way, he'paused to allow a street car to catch up with him, and flagging the motorman, breathlessly boarded and ducked down in the seat keeping his head well below the window where stray bullets might pass through. Af ter Jeff recovered his nervous equili brium and learned he had been jobbed he ordered the Sundays all round, then went off and allowed the other fellows to pay the bill. GOVERNOR WOLFLEY COMING. Word was received yesterday that former Governor Lewis Wolfley, who Is now living in Los Angeles, will ar rive in the city on Thursday for the It is desired that every member who can possibly do so be present and participate in the se lection of a good board to serve during the coming year. It is to be the most active year in the history of the organ ization and ran be made a powerful agency for the prosperity of the valley if the people will cooperate in Its en terprises. That the members may have a prop er idea of the present membership of the board, the activities of its officers and some understanding of what has been accomplished in the last year, the, secretary, George W. Cowgill, has had hs annual report printed and mailed to every member and it is time ly to reproduce herewith a part of It, space not permitting its publication in full. The report contains a list of the members, official and committee di rectory and list of former presidents from the beginning, record of attend ance of directors, report of inquiries received and literature supplied as well as all receips and disbursements of cash, during each of the past tr e.Ive months. In addition the following items are extracted: Our membership has been doubled since September 15, 1907. Arrangements have been made to establish an illustrated lecture in the cast, deccriptite of the Salt river val ley. Due credit will be given this or ganization. To satisfy inquiries, both mail and personal application, it is oilr aim to give authentic and reliable informa tion. We aim not only to satisfy but to protect the applicant . from mercenary- and unscrupulous workers. Our efforts and time are now being taxed to. the fulL capacity, and the de-j mand for reliable information is on the j increase, which goes to prove inost first time in several months. It was ' conclusively that with the unsettled expected that the governor would stop ; and dissatisfied condition of the mid In the city last winter on his way j die west, people are looking forta home from WashiLgton, where he ere- ; change, and naturally cast their ated considerable stir through the country in endeavoring to force upon the United States supreme court a re opening of his Gila Bend Reservoir and Irrigation company case, or at least to procure his citation before the court for contempt. glances toward that which Is most en ticing and promises the best returns, financially, in comfort, health and pleasure. To instill into their minds such information as Is likely to bring them our way necessitates more work. the distribution of more printed mat- i ter and a greater and stronger effort in eacn anu an cnanneis. $ The free information bureau main tained during the Territorial Fair was a great success. We found accommo dations for several hundred visitors that could not be accommodated in our hotels and lodging houses. The new city directory was prompt ed by an effort on the part of this organization, and wo believe that it will be fully appreciated by our citi zens. The officers and directors have made special efforts during the past year to secune write-up stories on this valley, and many articles have been printed. Aimongst some of the publications which have contributed space for us have been, Chicago Kecord-Her-ald, New York World, St. Louis Globe Democrat, Denver Mining Kecord. Chicago Examiner, Prai rie Farmer. Ohio Farmer, West Coast Magazine, ' Sunset, Out West, Pacific Monthly. Orchard and Farm, and at least fifty weekly and monthly agricultural papers through out the east. Matters of local importance are th remodeling of our headquarters; plac ing new furniture and fixtures and a readjustment of the room, a much needed Improvement, and we. believe has been duly appreciated not only by our flome people, but by the visiting toiiriHt.i ; A general clean-up day before the fair was suggested by this organiza tion and met with general good ap proval. Action was taken to remedy the overflow of irrigating ditches along the public highways. This organization hal the honor to announce to the world, as a New Year's greeting, that Arizona led the world in the mineral production for 1907. This fact was favorably com mented upon by the press of Arizona as well as throughout the United States. It is estimated that more than four hundred newspapers copied our telegrams or made comment theron. in nearly every case due credit was given this Board of Trade.. The Board of Trade on January 190S, passed the following resolution which is self explanatory: Ke3olved, that the directors of tlw Phoenix and Maricopa County Boari of Trade express approval of the ef forts begun by the Maricopa County Commercial club, looking toward the lowering of railroad freight rates within AriKona. The panoramic pictures now framed on our wall are f material benefit, not only to our home people, but of great value i" "Training to the tourists and prospective investor the advantages of this country. These constitute one of our principil assets. The board has extended a cordial invitation to the bankers of North Da kota and Texas to visit Phoenix on their annual vacation tour. A resolution was passed endorsing an act to regulate commerce, common ly known as the interstate commerce law, as submitted in regular form by the League of Idaho Commercial Clubs. Resolutions were passed endorsing the bond issue of Special Koad District No. 1, and the board has used all pos sible Influence toward securing the passage of said act. In the matter of the City Funding bill, a memorial to congress was pass ed urging the importance of the im mediate passage of the bill. We have a-sked that one of the bat tleships now under couVse'of construc tion ne named "Arizona." We are doing the preliminary work towards organizing an excursion of business men from Los Angeles to Arizona. The recent automobile excursion to Buckeve was a wonderful success. ECZEMA SCALES DROPPED OFF. Sufferer Notes Peculiar Result While Obtaining Cure by Use of Ex ternal Liquid Remedy. "I scaled like a fish when I began using D. D. D. Prescription." writes P. J. Wimer. of Connellsville. Pa. "I bad doctored for Eczema with two doctors for more tlan a month and got worse all the time. N After using only three bottles of D. D. D. 1 can truthfully say I am cured." Germ scales and a crustlike skin, surrounding the unsightly sores, are characteristic of .Eczema, and similar skin diseases. According to the best medical opinion, these scales are caus ed by bacilli feeding upon and con suming the weaker parts of the cuticle. When these scales begin to fall awny. it is a sign that the bacilli have been exterminated and that . new healthy skin is being formed beneath. Nature takes care of this form of cure, but sometimes the Eczema scales mul tiply faster than nature can remove them. To assist Nature, use a liiild oil of wintergreen. properly cbmpWind ed as in D. D. D. Prescription. Just a few drops of D. D. D. Pre scription gives instant relief from that awful burning itch. As soon as this r'tent soothing liquid is applied to the skin, the itch is gone, soon the sores dry' ip and "e new smooth white skin replaces the scales which had been formed. D. D. D. Prescription is compqsed of oil of wintergreen und other healing herbs and plants. Hundreds of remark able cures cases which the doctors had given up are now credited to D. D. D. Prescription which is applied; ex ternally as a. wash. Elvey & Hulett. Why not try a bottle of D. D. D. Pre scription and stop that awful Itch? o EXPERIMENT STA1I0N FOR PROHIBITION i Statement of the Effect of Saloon Closing on Kansas City, Kansas. The following article from a temper ance magazine has been submitted by Mrs. Braxton president of the local W. C. T. U.: ' Hon. C. W. Trickett, assistant attor ney general of Kansas, has recently made the following statement with re gard to the closing of saloons in Kan sas City and the effect thereof. This city is the metropolis of Kan sas, with a population of about 100,000. The inhabitants are largely wage- earners and represent every national- from Kansas City, Missouri. The city ranks fifth in the list of manufactur ing cities of the United States. One year ago there were 256 saloons in this county. 200 gambling dens and about 60 houses of social evil. Today there is not a saloon, no open gam bling den, nor a disorderly house. It is the largest city in the world with out these dens of vice, and as we have now existed about twelve months without them, it affords a living ex ample of the fact that a large city can grow and prosper without such evils. At the commencement of the contest a large number of our people thought It would ruin business and destroy our prosperity, but it has stimulated business in all lines. Our population has Increased at a greater rate than ever before. The deposits of the banks have gained by one and one-half million dollars. The merchants upon ouiisireets have had to employ additional clerks. The attendance in our public schools has Increased largely, and we have had to employ eighteen additional teachers. Th teachers Inform us that this increase is largely' of boys and girls of from twelve to sixteen years of age, who prior to the closing of the saloons were compelled to assit in sup porting the family, by . reason of the father spending his wages for drink. The charitable institutions report a reduction of more than two-thti' fn the demand for aid. The juvenile court, which has the care of dependent children, had but two applications in the past eight months, while prior U the closing of the joints from eight to eighty-eight children required aid and assistance each month. Trior to the closing of the joints we sent from fifteen to twenty-five young men to the reformatory every year. In the twelve months since closing we have sent but two. . The expenses for prosecuting crimi nals have been reduced $25,000 per an num. Expense for the police force has been reduced as much more. For the first time in twenty-five years the court of common pleas of this county opened its term the first Monday in May without a criminal case. The city courts, created for the ex press purpose of trying petty suits for the collection of . renrs an grocery bills, and formerly crowded with a black docket every" day, have now practically no business, for the reason that people are paying their bills in stead of being sued for them. - A year ago this city was trying to devise ways and means to spare the money to build additions to our city jails. Today the doors of the jails swing idly upon their hinges, and we have no use fr those we have. One year ago, not to exceed two business men on the prinetpal thor oughfares of this city would have fa vored the closing of saloons. Today there are not two who rould favor opening them. Twice since th saloons were closed we have held a city election at which the issue was presented to the people and at eveh election the people have indorsed present conditions. Every banker is loud in praise of the present civic situation. The city is clean, rime is at a minimum, merchants station of the world. If Kansas City Kansas, can close, Its saloons and keep them closed, and if the closing pro duces prosperity, happiness and con tentment, then it is reasonable to as-" sume that such results will follow a like policy in - ther large cities. ALCOHOL AND THE BRAIN To the Editor of The Republican: Sir: Anent the whiskey question: Students dissecting the human brain find it so tender their work is more effective if the delicate structures is soaked in alcohol to toughen it. When the brain is a drunkard's, this is not necessary. It being already hardened. A drunkard kills the man he is the man he might be: and all the possible influence that unconsciously preaches from any good man's life. To sum up: Can a man who puts an enemy .in his mouth to steal away his Vrain be "true to the best that is in him?" e. j. Mccracken. W. Adams St. Capitol Addn. Phoenix. ity. We are located on the border, j prosperous, real estate advancing, only an invisible line . separating osj This city is now the experimental RURAL ROUTES. The farmerson rural route No. 4 have petitioned for the extension of that route one or two miles west of the ostrich farm, thence south two miles, thence east to the Slosser place. The farmers in the Buckeye country have also petitioned for a daily service instead of a tri weekly mail. o Piles Quickly Cured at Home Instant Relief, Permanent Cure Trial Package Mailed Free to All in Plain Wrapper. Piles is a fearful disease, but easy to- cure if you go at it right. An operation with the knife is dan gerous, cruel, humiliating and unnec essary. There is just one other sure way to be cured painless, safe and in the privacy of your own home it is Py ramid Pile Cure. We mail a trial package free to all who write. It will give you instant relief, show you -the harmless, painless nature of this great -remedy and start you well on the way toward a perfect cure. Then you can get a full -sized box from any druggist fo." 50 cents, and often one box cures. Insist on having what you call for. If the druggist tries to sell you some thing just as good, it is because he makes more money on the substitute. The cure begins at once and contin ues rapidly until v it is complete and permanent, x You can go right ahead with your work and be easy and comfortable all the time. It is well worth trying. Just send your name and address to Pyramid Drug Co.. 92 Pyramid Build ing. Marshall.! Mich., and receive free by return mail the trial package in a plain wrapper. Thousands have been cured in this easy, painless and inexpensive way, in the privacy of the home. No knife and its torture. - . No doctor and his bills. AH druggists, 50 cents. Write today for a free package.