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THE ARIZONA TiEPUBLICAX SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1908.
3, FELICITOUS CEREMONIAL Republican s Opening a Great Success Thousands Yisitetl the IJew l'lant to See tne Wheels commission again. The opening was not originally designed to take place until two or three days later but cir cumstances made Saturday night the most available date and it was under taken. The immense crowd was a flat tering compliment to the paper and (he more when it is remembered that . the announcement had been made only ' two dais before. In the afternoon there were many j visitors, some from town but more jfrom out of town as was expected. In the evening however there were scores i of visitors for every small group that ! came in the afternoon. It - was the natural hour for the visit of the towns- the working force was on in full Go 'Round and Wish the! Ktnne,h as at "sht, oie rei working nours oi me news department Paper Well. The Republican's opening was all that the management could have de sired. Upwards of two thousand friends, neighbors and well wishers if the paper called during the after noon and evening to join in the felici tations of the occasion and all The Republican can say is that it hopes all the visitors enjoyed their call as much as the management of the paper ap preciated their presence. The latch string is now officially thrown out, the doors unlocked and the keys thrown away. From this time forth the doors are open to anybody and everybody for business or a social call. Those who have items of interest for publi cation, those who have words of friend ly greeting, those who care to culti vate closer relations with the greatest newspaper in Arizona, and those who Wash ington street also was crowded during the evening toy the throng passing to I and from The Republican office and ! incidentally dropping into the stores. ! Several merchants said the incident , was a good trade getter for them and they wished The ..Republican might ; have an opening every Saturday night. ! Many of the clerks, though, are regret -: ting that they could not get away to . enjoy The Republican's celebration. Among the other pleasing features of ! the day was the kindly mention of the , event in the Gazette, one of The Re ' publican's afternoon contemporaries, ,' which extended fraternal courtesies. ! In the evening also Professor Foun ; tain's orchestra discoursed svet mu . sic until a late hour to entertain the ; visitors during their idle moments in ! passing from one place to another of j nowspaper making, and all of which . the visitors wanted to see and were . entitled to see. The music alone was ""c 'oooe tu , .m lor , well wort h coming to hear and desire to spend it where it will j u was of gratification that o' me iiii'M giMiu ail die weieome Hi The Republican office. If the busi- so many women and children were . amonsr the viituru f,tr it -.Jc. n : ness force is not on hand the working . struetive visit f..r tn-.n- ..r i"ue win ue aim me new oiiice iiKe Perhans offers to the l:ulir. u,.i,m the old one will be a center of activity : ,)f .,. Comileitv of ,h ..: explanation of the typographical and I other laughable or embarassinir mis. takes that are bound to occur from Gun That Makes No Noi;e. There is surely a terrible respon sibility resting today upon the should ers of Hiram Percy Maxim, the son of the inventor of the machine gun. So writes P arvey Mlddleton in the Technical World Magazine for hlch will kill a man with no more noise than the hissing of a snake. Armed with this silent weapon a murderer could shoot down his victim without attracting the least attention and only on examination would the causo of death be revealed. On the other hand a single police man using the noiseless gun could disable evcrv member ,.r n r burglars before they recovered their surprise. it is an invention which may lead to the re-equipment of the armed fcrces of the world, and the revolutionizing of modern methods of warfare will perhaps even .hasten the happy day when there will be no war. for the very best safeguard against war is the invention of wea pons of such terrible power that ar mies will never dure to stand against each other. "War," said Bismarck, "is the greatest enemy of war, and wEll -eventually put war out of exist ence." , In the next great war skirmishers may use noiseless rifles, enabling them to creep along an enemy's front and shoot down the unsuspecting pickets one after another, and not until their dead bodies were discov ered would the alarm be given. The extended front of a whole army, con cealed in the underbrush or behind rocks, could work terrible lavoc among the opposing forces before its position could be located. To the big game hunter the ilent firearm will ijien up new horizons. An illustrated description of the re markeble new arm follows. ID0RR1S-HEYMAN FURNITURE CO.I D orris-Heyman Furniture Co Arizona's Leading House-Furnishers. TURNING A QUIET MONTH INTO ONE OF GREAT ACTIVITY! in the year. The formal opening began at 3 p. m, though all day was spent in making the office ready for its guests. Pepper boughs were spread over the business office in profsuion and a big sign on the east wall of the business office bade all comers welcome. Fruit punch was served to all comers and chairs were provided for the women and chil dren who might care to pause for a few moments of rest. The work of moving had hardly been finished yet and the big job room is time to time in getting an article into the paper. Though the business of newspaper making is well systematized ' these days, its volume and complexity ' is so great that mistakes will happen occasionally in the best regulated of fice. I General A. J. Samiwnn sent word to the office regretting that he was un able to be present by reason of illness, an incident in which the regrets are mutual, not alone for the absence of still in turmoil, a vast aggregation of j the g,.neral but on account of his ill- stuck and machinerv that has not vet been straightened out and placed in Exclusive designs of the "New Merry Widow", "Monte Carlo" and "Julia Marlowe" Trimmed Hats and others. 1-2 AND 1-3 OFF ' Lichtensteins' . ARTISTIC MILLINERS. 621 E. Van Bufen. bet." 5th & Cth. Phone Black 1984. Sts. ness which it is hoped will be only trivial. Another message came as follows from the mayor of Prescott to the general manager and was greatly ap preciated: - "I see by today's Republican' that you are to, have an opening tomorrow, with free music anil refreshments for everybody. I am sorry I cannot be with the crowd, to congratulate you on the occasion, and to take one with you, at your expense, to your contin ued success. I like to see "wheels go round" even if politically different from my own, and all wheels : look alike, if they only go fast enough. With best wishes for your future pros perity, I am 4 "Yours sincerely, "MORRIS GOLUWATER." PIANO RECITAL. Monday opening at the. Arizona School of Music the advanced piano students and the stu dents of other departments will pre sent a recital to which the public i. cordially invited. There being no ad mission to any of the recitals at this school. Hood's Sarsaparilla At this Season FOR YOXJE APPETITE Is the wisest prescription you can take. It is a perfectly safe, pure, reliable ' medicine, iu which no chantre was necessary to comply with the Pure Food and Drugs Act. Composed of the choicest ingredi ents for purifying and vitalizing the blood, for restoring the appetite and promoting healthy digestion, it is a great favorite in thousands of homes. In usual liquid form or in chocolate-coated tablets called SarsaUbs. 100 LKiaea Oue LMlax. lO : DC r- II ! u. Z S Ul !S I en o ! o nveritorv Sale Is not only organized for the purpose cf cleaning up odds and ends, but includes the most desirable dependable, and most wanted merchandise from every .Department of this great store... We wish to make the last month of our business year eclipse all other in selling activity the .liberal price concessions should accomplish this, and more besides our liberal credit plan is for your benefit and convenience. - Pre-Inventory "Extra Specials" on Sale Now tegular 75c solid oak taborets substantially built and nicely finished ABOUT 100 IN THE LOT AND UNTIL THE LOTS ARE CLOSED OUT. LACE CURTAIN SPECIALS 45c Only 1 and 2 pairs of a kind. Worth $3.50 to $5.00 $2.95 Regular 60c and 75c fibre car pets, in remnants uo to 10 yd. lengths.. Several patterns 45c You will find Pre-Inventory Specials in every Department. Better come today and share in the exceptional Savings afforded at this time It is Crystallized Cactus Candy, That makes the w:rld seem bright. . Then keep a box handy Of Crystallized Canay To keep you feeling right. And if there is a girl expecting That you will call tonight, If you want a kiss that Is brim full of bliss, get A package of Crystallized Candy At Oonofrios' Dorris-Heyman Furniture Company NEW LOCATION, NOBLE BLDG. i Arizona's Leading House Furnishers. DORRIS-HEYMAN FURNITURE CO MSHEBSKE35E ADAMS AND FIRST STS. re mil, i n ii ii i i urn i n psfgyyy ;javn j.y Specials for Monday Ladies Embroidery Turnovers LADIES SWISS EMBROIDERY TURNOVER COLLARS, eyelet m broiderv, worth 25c. Special Monday 10t eh White Wash Belts WHITE WASH BELTS, embroidered all over, neat buckles, 3."c belt, choice Monday each If ii Embroideries ONE LOT OF EMBROIDERIES up to seven ryu? eight inches wide, Ham burg or Swiss edge and insertions. Will offer Special Choice Monday at burg or Swiss edge and insertions. These were bought to sell at 25c yard c. Yard Specials for Monday Men's Trousers MEN'S TROUSERS in newest cuts to date, summer weight materials, in neat stripes or jilatds, with or without cuffs. Excellent values ranging in prices from 90 to 4.00 PHr Ladies' Long Gloves LONG LISLE THREAD GLOVES in black and white only made extra strong, double tip ped fingers worth $1.35 a pair. Special 75 Pair LONG SILK GLOVES. 16 button length, fingers, double tipped, white or black only, an elegant glove for $1.75. Extra Special Monday SI. 15 Pair Night Gowns LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS, of good, srft ciuanty muslin, trim ' med with lace and embroidery, tucked or plain yoke, round or s-iuare neck, good length, worth tl.25. Special Monday 8S Muslin Underskirts LADIES MUSLIN UNDER SKIRTS trimmed with several rows of torchon lace, others with nice embroidery flounces, made full, an elegant skirt for $1.50 Kxtra Special Monday 9S OMEV MUSLINS SfTm 1 rSfi&w"" 3 mmm,- V Corset Covers' CORSET COVERS, of soft qual ity, muslin or nainsook, arm and neck trimmed with lace or-em-broidery, also front neatly trim med with same, these corset covers always sold at 40c and 50c. Special Monday . -25 each Muslin Underskirts A BIG LOT OF LADIES UN DERSKIRTS made of cambric or muslin, neatly trimmed with several rows of wash laces, tucks or emiroiderics, full sweep, made with wide . hrmstitched flounces, usual value $1.25 and $1.5U. Monday spectal73? 'each MEN'S SHIRTS Golf Shirts MENS "E. &. W." GOLF SHIRTS Cuffs attached; or nice woven madras, some with or without pockets, in light or dark medium ground, all sizes; regular $2.00 shirt. Special. Monday at 79 " Griff on Brand" Shirts "GRIFFON B7.AND" SHIRTS, plain or plaited, solid or figured coat styles. Thoy are the fir.est shirt for the mon ey. Ranging in price from S1.25 to S2.50 Wash Collars ONE LOT OF LADIES "MERRY WIDOW" AND GIBSON bows, stocks, collars and Zabots, worth up to 50c. Verv up-to-date, as a leader. Choice of any at 25 each Corsets ; LADIES' CORSETS, made of white, imported coutlin, deep hip'With low bust, hose supporters attached. Tihs corset worth $1.25 and $1.30. Special Monday 75C eacn Taffeta Silk mm - WW. - a?-' IMPORTED TAFFETA extra wide, high lustrous finish, a quality that would be cheap at $1.25, "as a special flyer," we offer special 7 1"2 yard Yard Wide Jap Silk 36 1-NCH WIDE JAPANESE SILK, very fine qual ity, the kind suitable for waists and dresses, usually sells at 75c yard, extra special 55.yard- Mercerized Foulardine Silk MERCERIZED FOULARDINE SILK,. 27 inches wide, (washable) in the newest and up-to-date pat terns, comes in about eight different shades. If you want a nice Party. Evening, or Street dress, you should avail yourself of this opportunity, this qual ity sells at 5c yard. Special Monday 39 xard- Ladies' Wash Suit's LADIES' WASH SUITS, neatly made of heavy imported percale, white ground with small black dots. "Waist made in the "Peter Pan" style, low neck, round collar, pockets, cuffs, and collar trimmed with blue bias tape. ITsual value $3.50 to $4.00. Special Monday $2.25 Suit White Parasols ONE LOT OF WHITE PARASOLS, most of them trimmed with scalloped embroidery, plain Insertions, neat handles of natural wood. Well made, strong frame. Would be cheap for $2.00. Choice, Monday . 90c. Each cu s ? -yrJ Men's Shirts and Drawers MEN'S NAINSOOK SHIRTS AND DRAWERS made of soft finish cross bar nainsook. Shirts sleeveless; draw ers, knee length. These garments al ways sell at 73c each. Our rrice. special at 45 each Men's Night Shirts MEN'S NIGHT SHIRTS, made of nice soft quality muslin, and trimmed with colored braids made long and full. These 73c and 90c night shirts, special Monday at, each 50 W.L. Douglas Shoes the best in ,the world Wl L. Douglas Shoes in "the Russia Calf. Patent leather. Viol kUl, and Gun metal, newest jasts. Rang ing' from. " ... S3.50. S4.00. S500 Pair o JO a x m - 2 Z n c z H C 3J n o o &5