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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1908.
M i i I v. aranBBgMHHaHIHBIMaaiHMBMnHOBuraDai slow in bisbee House & Nurse Dresses Light ground with small black figured effects and navy blue figured house dresses for ladies. Each..' $2.25 & $2.50 Gingham house drosses in gray and blue checks. Full skirts and neatly embroiderey trimmed waists, sizes complete. Each $2.75 Nurses dresses of plain waist and skirt effects in regular stripes. Solid blue and gray patterns Each . S3.50 White dresses for nurses In exceptionally fine and serviceable mftterial. . Plainly made. Value is In material, worKmanship and style. Each .-..3.00 Specials in Hosiery Ladies fast black hose in 35c quality in plain and lace. Full fashioned Imported. Hermsdorf dye Per Pair ! But the Condition For . the Future Look Better Ladies fine fast black hose in an especial light weight for summer 20c pr. pair or Three 50c. Specials fcr Mcnday Muslin Underwear One-fifth regular price of ladies muslin and cambric underwear in corset covers, drawers, skirts, chem ises and combination suits. Sat. and Monday 1-5 of' 10c. Ginghams and Percales A fresh supply of nnv ginghams and percales in 12 l-2c per yd qualitv. Colors light and dark, plain and figured. Special yd 10tf Silk Waists Black and white silk waists in Jap and Taffeta silk, plain, and . trimmed patterns, sizes complete. Sat. and Monday .. 1-50FF 10c. Embroideries Values up to 20c in cambric embroideries in edges and insertion, widths, 2-ln. to 8-in. A genuine bar gain. Special per yd 10 STANDARD Patterns for June now on sale. Summer style book 20k an(1 one pattern free. June Designer now ready ioe ct ' 5c LACES Vals. and tor chon lace in values up to 12 l-2c in edges, insccr sertions and matched sets. Per yd....5 Mining developments In the War ren district Just now says the Bisbee Review, are very nearly expressed in the words of the famous essay on "Snake's in Ireland," namely, There aren't any. A canvas of the various mining and brokerage offices in Bisbee, as well as a poll of the street groups of the unemployed, reveals a decidedly more hopeful feeling than existed a couple of weeks ago, but with little tangible basis for such a sentiment. As one broker expressed it:'-There is nothing the matter with this end of the copper business the producing section. It's the other end of It that needs doctoring. . When the world, wants copper we can furnish it in any quantity. I'ntil demand revives no action or development or rich strike in the copper country can help the situation. The most help ful thing the copper men can do now is to do nothing and they're mostly doing it." There is, however, a more hopeful feeling prevalent throughout the dis trict. Prosperity normal Bisbee pros perity is probably some way off yet, but many seem to think that it is at least in sight. Although the supply of labor is still far in excess of the demand, yet a few nun are being put r,n thr. i nmonir all classes a distinct Improvement over the inert j hopelessness that recently prevailed. A prominent mining man with j large interests in the district, said to a Review representative yesterday: I "There is and has been no overpro- I duetion of copper as some bear inter- j ests have tried to establish. An ex- j amination of the trade journals will i show an equal apparent overproduc tion of other things. In reality there I has been no over-production of any of these things, but rather a sudden and large cessation of consumption, w hich must, in the very nature of things, j come to an end soon. Consumption i will be resumed, not suddenly as it j ceased, but gradually, and this winteH and next spring will find conditions I normal and the Warren district as I usual, on top." i Among the minor evidences of the ! resumption of activity may be men- j tioned the fact that the Bisbee Cop- J per Mining cpmrany has resumed ; work on its tunnel just over the di- j vide, on the Tombstone road. ,The tunnel in to be run In 3,fMP0 feet under j the old Gunsight workings, and the : company expects to cut the ledge at ' a depth of some 1.400 feet. Ralph 1 Ingram has charge of the work. Dealers in mining machinery re- I port no Important transactions, and the general impression prevails that . no U 'go orders will be placed before' this t. '1. i thuv fostered a deeper affection for George, the King, than for George of the Cherry Tree and Hatchet. - The cherry limb became too vigorous in their old homes and the hatchet too sharp, o they crossed over and1 took the end of the pie-belt along. They maintained their general habits and speech, too, which in Nova Scotia to day are almost Identical with those of New England. From "The Tent Dwellers," by Albert Bigelow Paine, Paine, in The Outing Magazine for May. o THE EARLY CAPTURE OE FKENCII JOBBERS The Taking of the Men Who Stole $35,000 of a Mine's Payroll. t Albuquerque, May 16. A report re ceived Lite this afternoon from Daw son, N. M., says L. E. Cartwright, of the Santa Fe secret service, heading one of the posses in pursuit of the men who robbed the Wells Fargo company of $.15,000 at French, N. M., on Thursday night, had captured one of the robbers at iCty. N. M. The dispatch received tonight from v M.. snvs that Ben Wil liams, chief of detectives of the Santa Fe system, arrested Henry Farr. a sa loonkeeper at Springer, charged with being Implicated in the robbery at French. Farr has been taken to Lad Vegas for safe keeping. The man arrested at Roy by Satna Fe Detective Cartwright has been identified as Henry Stone. It Is re ported at Springer tonight that Farr has been Identified as the man who broke open the safe containing the money. SEPARATION OF FLEETS. San Francisco, May 16. The Pacific fleet, under the command of Rear Ad miral Dayton will sail at 8 o'clock to morrow morning on a crulsa to the Santa Barbara channel. After the departure of Rear Admir al Dayton the senior office in port, the two-starred blue flag of Admiral Sperry In command of the Atlantic fleet, will break out from the peak of the Connecticut and receive the pre scribed salute. When the evenings are cool And you boya begin to call Take her Donofrio's cactua candy And you're sure to be it all. APPROPRIATORS' NOTICE. Water users under thi3 canal will please take notice that they must call at aecretary's office and make payment for such amount of water as wanted, between now and June 1st, after which date gates will be locked and no more water contracts made. By order of directors. E. GANZ, Secretary. J. M. Burnett, attorney at law, room 210, Fleming Block. GREEN HOUSE WHITE CUT FLOWERS, GERANIUMS, FERNS. CHAS. BURROUGHS, 1138 East Monroe. Phone THE MISSION A resort fer gentlemen. The ! original BUDWEISER BEER on draught. " FRANK CONNELLEY, Prop. A PiA.Bfttt Mvetrv' Sntvrl. I had always wondered where the pie-belt went, after it reached Bos t Utn, Now I know that it extends ; across to Yarmouth and so continues 'up through Nova Scotia to Halifax. ! Certain New Englanders more than a i hundred years ago, "went down to 1 Nova Scotia," for the reason that I Daily Fashion Talks BY MAY MANTON. A SIMPLE GOWN OF BORDERED FOULARD. . skirt from flouncing j blouse of white lawn! BORDERED material! art - being to extensively worn this season that every design which suits them especially well is certain to find a ready welcome. Here is a zown, which, while it. is aim-1 jI?city itself, is chic and smart , in effect and also is adapted to the whole range of summer nav-' teria's, from foulard and other -simple suks to lawn, batiste and the like. It can be made from' the colored materials which are -so attractive or from white,: or the with the trimmed with embroidery toj match, and in any case is certain j to make a satisfactory result.! The slightly open V neck is always pretty but the yoke can be made high if better liked and' the sleeves can be extended to' the wrists, to that practically-! there ire two blouses in one. j For the medium size will be j required, for the blouse 3)i yards i of material 24, 2i yards 32 or j yards 44 inches wide with, 2 yards of border or banding tl lor the slurt 6 yards of bor-1 dered material 26 inches wide, -vi i yi yatu ui piaro material i I ( 6 yards 32 or 4 yards 44 inches ! wide. A May Hanton pattern; ot the blouse. No. 5993, sizes 32 I to 42 inches bust, or of the skirt, No. 5629, sizes 22 to 30 inches j waist, will be mailed to any) address by the Fashion De-: partment cf this paper on j receipt oi ten cents tor each. (It in haste send an additional two cent tta-np for letter postage' which insures more tt""-)t de-, livery.) The Famous "Tourist' Those wishing; model K must speak at once. Only two in stock and fac- TVlt'-ii- W i tor behind on orders on 2 and 4 cyl- inders from 2 to 3 months. PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY.- ARUTHUR AINSWORTH, Manager.. PHONE M 145 Corner Fourth avenue and Washington Street. All Work Guaranteed. A FULL LINE OF GAS RANGES JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St FILL OUT THIS BLANK. .190. ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, Phoenix, Arizona. Please order for me, 10 cents herewith to cover your charges: Pattern No Size. Name Address NOTE: These Patterns are ordered for you from Chicago and require about 10 days to get them to you. Genuine Bargains in Ostrich Feather Goods at the Show Rooms of the Arizona Ostrich Farm 1 First Street and Adams. W"m'4"K444-H Opposite Noble Building. X ...M..M.ftfrfrW-H,,M,iM-tlt. 1 I I'l'MHW f TOE FAIR 212 E. WASHINGTON ST. We will sell all our Hats this week as Saturday, at 25 per cent off. Also Skirts and Waists. We. are still closing out our stock of Tndian' Curios, Tin, Olass and Oraniteware. I Safe j "THE BEST ALWAYS" '"IB SlOfe Bargains AH Over Last Day Today the hist day of our sale of ladies SILK SUITS. .. A pretty stylish dress, each one a distinct style for every customer. All the new shades will be found in the lot, the workmanship is the best each suit handsomely trimmed.' We need not say more as you all know our reputation for selling "THE BEST ALWAYS." You will save by buying to day at least. X to Saturday Only For quick selling before inventory some broken lim-s of shirt waists, several good styles, all sizes will be found in the lot very neatly trimmed and well made. Worth up to $1.50 each, want to close out the lot quick, before invoice, so take your choice Saturday, only at i 68c Clearance Sale of Undermuslins NIGHT GOWNS Of nice quality muslin with tucked yokes, lace and embroidery trimmed, formerly sold at J1.23 and $1.50. Inventory clearance sale price for choice 89c See them in Our Show Window CORSET COVERS Of fine muslin and nainsook tucked and lace trimmed. I'lenty of styles to choose from, formerly sold at 40c, 50c and J1.2j each. Inventory clearance price at just ONE-HALF MUSLIN DRAWERS Of fine quality with deep flounce and fine hemstititied tucks. Never sold for less than 75c Our Inventory price Is 49c MUSLIN GOWNS That were 63c and of good quality muslin full sizes and well made, our Inventory price on this lot each 49c Muslin Petticoats In many different styls lace and embroidery trimmed, we must sell them quick, before invoice. The $2 .50 kind go at S1.40 The $2.23 kind go at S1.C3 The $2.0 kind go at - SI. 19 Bargains from Our Annex WHITE SKIRTS of nice quality white India linon, cut very full, with flounce, trimmed with several rows pin tucks and six, one inch folds a very pretty skirt well made and perfect fitting, priced for quick selling before invoice at S4.50 SWISS DRESSES Of good quality colored dotted swiss with square yoke lace and irsertion trimmed. Princess or two pc. suits skirt has two colors, brown, navy, tan. and white with colored cross bars. Inventory price S7.50 GINGHAM DRESSES For XL'ItPES. Rest quality ging ham in blue and white stripe and plain. A well made dress, price. . S2.50 SILK PETTICOATS Ot fine soft quality taffe'a silk, cut full, has deep bias flounce col ors, bliick. white, navy, brown, pink, .t. blue, red, reseda and copenhang en. Our trade bringer at the price S3.00 SATEEN DRESSES Of good quality black sateen makes a good dress for waitresses t strong and well made price 3.00 NURSES DRESSES Of excellent quality white percale, especially well made tor hard wear. Inventory quick selling price.. S5.00 PERCALE DRESSES Of good qiiality white percale with colored polka dots, two pc. dresses well made and serviceable, price - S2.00 Saturday Only KNIT PANTS Saturday Only 12 Hi Ladies fine white rwiss ribbed pants, umbrella knee with lace trimmings, in regular sq-s only regular 23c goods for Sat urday only at . 2c New Tan Shoes Just Received LADIES pat. kid button oxford blucher 3 pearl buttons, tip toe, welt sole, very latest style, just arrived, Prtci! -84.00 LADIES tan calf pump, leather bow, welt sole, CANT SLIP at tHe liccl, a new arrival very nobby Price "v$4.00 LADIES fine brown kid oxford, Gibson tie, cut. Ribbon lace, turn sole, leather cuban heel, price.... $3.50 OUR PUMPS $4.00 LADIES reddish tan calf oxford, blucher cut, tip toe, short vamp last, welt sole. A new one, price.. S3.50 CHILDREN'S tan oxfords made on the foot form last, welt sole, cool and easy to the feet. Also barefoot ndta S1.23 to 1.75 "MEN" We are sole agents for Hurt K Packard's famous BURRO JAP shoes low or high cuts ill tan. champagne, black and the only guaranteed patent leather shoes in the city, see our shoe man. priced from S3.50 to S6.00 MEN'S SUSPENDERS. Our entire line men's fine suspend ders tmch as MKUO the WEAVE" and "KUO the BROTHERS", two cracker-jack lines, no rubber to rot out ex cept in the back straps, fine gilt mountings, the better qualities having solid gold filled mountings. All colors to match your shirts, prices wero 75 H.2 and $2.0), clearance price at just . One