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'.'.THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY 3IORXIXG, JUNE ., 1908.
That Hosiery Sale OF OURS TURNS OUT TO BE A WINNER It's not at all surprising that it should, for the opportunity to buy finest "Gordon Dye" Lace Hosiery at a saving of seldom comes. ! , Fully 900 pairs of Women's real "Gordon Dye" Lace Lisle Stockings, some Silk fin. Lisle," others brilliant Lisle; many in Lace Boot effects, more in all over Lace designs with Garter Tops, sizes 8 to 10, absolutely the very best your half Dollar will buy under ordinary circumstances again today at, choice . ' ? ; , . . 3 Pairs for $1.00 ;,i i; p i No more than 6 pairs to any one Customer. We Air Our Troubles Today Can't tell them to a policeman they wouldn't ap peal to him, but they will to YOU. It's Embroidery Troubles this Time To reduce a stock such as ours requires some heroic measures. Price Cutting and Price'Slashing, that almost seem like sheer madness, are the only reme dies left at our command. So here it goes: 7000 yards of 'finest HamburgNainsook and Swiss Embroideries, Edgings and Insertions from 3 toi) inches wide, a multitude of pretty patterns to choose from, genuine 20c, 25c and 30e values to sell Friday at 8 A. M. for 14C Y-ARP 9000 yards of extra choice Nainsook, Batiste and Swiss Embroideries, Edg ings and Insertions from 4 to 18 inches in width, the most fascinating collection of designs you ever saw, bonafide 35c, 40c, 50c and 75c values to sell Friday at 8 A. M. for YARP Dress Ginghams GENUINE 12c and 15c GINGHAMS TO PAY at 9 c Per Yd. i . . : Hundreds of yards of strictly dependable Dress Ginghams, in a vast variety of checks, plaids and stripes, plenty of light and semi-dark effects to se lect from, mostly short lengths ranging from 5 to 15 yards, very desirable for Skirts, Women's and ' Children's Dresses and washable Petticoats, former ly sold at 12jc and 15c per yard but in order to effect a quick clearance they go today at 9c Per Yard MINING CONDITIONS BRIDGE PROGRESS The Copper Bell group operated by Bowman i Humpheries was examined and Mr. Hastines said that it was probably one of the largest and richest deposits in the territory fmm-lhe in dications. Two carloads of pood ore !are on the rinmrw Tlifi !.. i .. .1 .. . Returning Pwty From Prker Report another objective point in the Whipple at feany mountains. It is located at th! top-bf SATURDAY JUNE 13 DAY Wt CELfBRAlE Completion' of Structure Date. General Manager V. A. Drake. P. P. Hastings, general passenger agent and F. P. Cruice. assistant to Presi dent Murphy of the S. F.. P. & P.. ar- riveji r thje.'citr jestiTdaj fterqttt Contain kirpe prlnprntions of fttrls hy hiut a iriree oays trip to i-a!Ker. ir 1 or decomposer! or nt(n.,i which .point they left Prescott Mpnr iron, it It is undoubtedly a valuable da 1 j '. 4'L -.' IVf I 'J 1 Ineraljwiint deposit and therjf is 16 Regarding the progress on the bridge , feet of old workings. The owners have across the Colorado Air. Hastings said j not yet made definite plans for'dta fle that It .K4i being jlnished jip very 1 velnpment. Ismail particle ;.of the rapidly now with the exception of In-'mineral dissolved in water will make ten uis of delay occasioned by tha hiph a mixture which shows at once Its wind prevalent: there , for the .last j paint qualities ', Mixed with 'll "and week. The workmen were unable at ; other necessary ingredients, it' would times to work on the top steel work. ' . make a fine paint tor many irrposes. The i1nd not finly made it a Jittle dan-. . Mr. .Hasting "--galed hat tlfey also serous but blew out the fire in their j spent a short time at the H. A. Ben- : I. Whipple mountain southwest of Jfon- t ite Reef Picnic. ument Peak, and is the property of Harris & Rainey. There are evidences of ancient workings in a ledgel of red iron. By analyses made by Reading paint firms the deposit was" rinct to Date Fixed For Turning Water Into the Arizona Canal and For the Gran- The date of the- celebration at Gran- . ite Jivef, contemporaneously .with the 'turning of water fnio the, Arizona ca nal, through the new head, will bo portable forges which they used to net t mine, and found it one' of the heat the rivets. ', !' ( f neatest Tie ha t-ver visited. r Every - They are now laying the steel floor thing is kept in spick and sian con- neams Tor the last span and it will be completed by June 8th when the per manent track will be laid. The ap proaches at the west end will be com pleted by June 20 and the road will then be ready to handle carload ship ments from the mines. The Missouri Valley Bridge company Is now re moving the piling and false work and is preparing for the final cleanup and removal of" material. The party on Tuesday visited name mining- properties In company with Mr. Curtis of the Colorado River Sup ply cofnpany. They drove out to the Copper. Basin district In the Whipple mountains.. The old copper basin claims, vihieh were. worked in the early days -arare inspected. They are now Ji ing operated by Curtis & Grenan.' Considerable development wojk has been done and much valuable ore, te on the dumps. . We sell. tons of poor stuff; but our name isn't on it Go by the name. four (racer returns your money If joa doal Bit Scbillioc's Best; we par bim. FOR SALE 10 acres on North 7th St.. Ji.000.00. S acres North Center, $3750.00. 25 acres on Tempe road, 14200.00. Five room residence Grand Ave., windmill and tank, two lots, highly Improved, J1600.00. 80 acres well improved, $80.00 per acre. 160 acres Buckeye, Improved, $40.00. F. Barr. 4 West Adams. anion and Mrs. Bennett has a fine flower and vegetable garden, the dirt to make the patch of ground for hav ing been hauled nine miles. Mr. Ben nett is sinking a double compartment vertical shaft with the use of an elec tric hoist and has an equipment of electric pumps, fans and eleetrH lights. The shaft is down 150 feet and con siderable drifting and other develop ment has been done. On the dump is a carload of good shipping ore, and while they did not have time to go down Into the mine it is stated that there is a well defined ledge at ore- .Work will le-ontinued all s.ummer.and.200 feet more of sink ing vill .be done In the ' next few months. ; Ilr -Hastings said-' they heard favorable reports of other mining prop erties in that section but did not havr !timeto yjslt them. He thought that there will be much shipping ttiis sum mer and fall from Parker to IS Pa.o. A. car load of rich, .. orcfjom t!-.e Mudespaugh miriT'was shipped "fr-m Bwe Thursday rnornlnff"Tir,'E I'j-fo. It was currently reported that Pi!!y Mack had bonded ,his property fir $120,000. It Is located five nji!c:5 n r. l'.t east.of Parker. 'While on, their tr'.p they' encountered four- big rat::?rs which .ere disposed. of In the usual manner. The weather is very cool ir. that section at present. O 'r-. BEFORE GOING AWAY Arrange to have the Daily Repub lican follow you. No trouble to change your address on our mailing list, no matter how often you move about during your vacation. 75 cents per month. Phone Main 47; the cir- , culation man there will take care of the rest. .".'June IS, a -week from tomorrow ani j the . real "doings" will probably occur about 2. 0,'clutk. in the afternoon. There f is;a -K-al of work to do there yet but t Engineer- Martin , is pushing things jwUh all possible speed and Mr. Hill I yesterday fixed that date. The date j Ha.ying been fixed there is nothing to , do -but work ta.it..- ... , A letter was received yesterday by , Secretary Van der Veer of the Water j L'sirs' .Association, from .Secretary S. ,o. Thompson of the Tempe bonrd of I trade, saying that that organization nail receiver!, ine uiviuuirm iu partici pate in the celebration and tie believed the Temp farmers would do so very generally, if the date were Juue 13 or later. Before that time most of the 'people in that settlement will be quite busy with the nonjnal school com mencement exercises. The date named by Mi Hill it Is believed will there fore bo (juite convenient for the Tem pe people. In the meantime Engineer Reed Is taking advantage of the short dry sea son, to clean the Arizona canal and put It in good shape for the summer He has two gangs of men thus em ployed, working toward each other, north of Phoenix and they will prob ably meet today. One party will then work west to the lowest lateral and the other will work east to the first lateral. Their, work is mainly the cut ting of brush that grows rankly in the cajial which is not badly in need of cleaning otherwise. A good part of the w:i' the grado is such that so far as rilt i;; concerned it keeps itseif well .' iiiht-d. This work it is believed will I-, .finished by the time the water is turned !n. . sylvania family whose antecedants came from New Kngiand and she be ing a direct descendant of General Ethan Allen of revolutionary fame. In 1S63 she was married to Benja min F. Wiser and many years ago they left their Pennsylvania home to carve out their fortunes in the west. They settled in Nebraska where they remained until about two months ago. Their son Dr. Wiser having associated himself with Dr. J. M. Swetnam of Phoenix tlvy accompanied the doctor and his family here and have made their home with him ever since. She was an estimable woman, It loving wife and mother and though a recent arrival in this community she. hud fnrfned the acrra'alrltance of iuite a circle of friends ahrf neighbors who re gret her death sincerely and tender their sympathy to the bereaved fami ly. ' ' There is no Place Like Oars When it comes to musical instruments. This U es pecially true of Pianos high-grade Pianos that have been in use for some little time. . We have quite a variety of them which must be disposed of quickly in in order to gain room for a big shipment of new ones soon to arrive. Half price and less ought to do it. Come and see! REDEWILL'S The Home of Everything Musical. THE SECRET OF SEXINE PILLS. There Isn't any. . Their wonderful effects are simply the . result of a scientific combination of the best remedies that are known in medicine for the upbuilding and rejuvenating of tired, weak and worn men and women. They act on the blood in such a manner that the user is soon Imbued with new life and hope and happiness. Price $1 a box; six boxes $5, fully guaranteed on the money- back plan. Address or call on Elvey &. Hulett, where they sell all the principal remedies and do not substi tute. - : i AN ELDERLY WOMAN OF HISTORIC FAMILY Death of Mrs. Benjamin W. Wiser Last Evening At the Home of Her Son. : Mrs. Benjamin F. Wiser died last evening about 8 o'clock at the home of her son Dr. Frank C. Wiser, No. 825 North Second avenue, as the final Is sue of a stroke ut apoplexy with which she was seized on Monday morning. She Immediately sank into uncons ciousness and never rallied from it during her four days illness. The funeral will be he'd Saturdav morning at 10 o'clock at the heme ol her son. Members of the Masonic fra ternity will serve as pall-bearers. Dr. Wiser being a member of high degree in that -order. ' Mary J. Allen was born April 9, 1841, ' in Pennsylvania being of an old Pcnn- j The Charm of Greek. Prof. A. G. Keller, in June Atlantic As has been, remurked. one does not have to know very much Greek to be come a lover of Gree'n. Prnbablythose of us who are half instructed, and think we get a "great Qleasure from the little to which we have access, can form no conception of the experiences of one who can really "read Greek," of his profit from that language and Its literary riches. But we have our good reason for asserting its cultural influence even in diluted form. Greek literature Is certainly what the college vernacular would call "the real thing." If a man can no more than read Hom er, and that with assiduous plying of the lexicon, he can draw on riches of a unique type. Matthew Arnold has at tempted to show wherein the charm of Homer lies; he catches what he can of the Indefinable impression, as of the childhood of the world. And let Keats say how deeply, even through a medium not too faithful, the antique bard Impressed himself upon the mod ern unschooled poet. Similarly with AeschyTus and the younger tragedians, with Theocritus. Pindar, Sappho. Ana creon; to each his charm, peculiar to himself. And if we were to desert the absolute criterion and name those famous In their own day only, or who have exerted powerful influence upon subsequent thought without being of present importance except historically, many more would join the roll. It is here intended, however, to confine at tention to those whose qualities can not be reproduced in another tongue, those to know whom one must read their language at least fairly well. The painstaking collegian can get a taste of all the best of the Greeks, if he manages well and makes considerable sacrifices elsewhere in his preparation, whether he will do this latter, or ought to be asked to do it, is a separate question. MI-O-NA MEANS STOMACH COMFORT. It's of Special Value to Many Here in Phoenix. A notable discovery, and one that appeals especially to many people in Phoenix, is the combination of stomach help in the Mi-o-na treat ment. This preparation works won ders in cases of indigestion or weak stomach. It acts directly upon the walls of the stomach and Jwnvels, strengthen ing and stimulating them so that they readily take care of the food that is eaten without distress. or suf fering So positive are the good effects following the use of Mi-o-na that the remedy is sold by the Larson Drug Co. under an absolute guarantee to refund the money If It fails to cure, i A 50-eent hnr nf Ml-o-nn will rtn th I crrkrrrt t K . ctnmnnh tionrlu i -T i i . . V-i lu ' Ej simply to make it do its own work. Through Standard Pullman and Tourist Sleeping Cars T TU FOR EXCURSION JUNE 9. EAST "Harvey Meals" v j "AH ihe Waj" , Don't Overlook Our Free Trips to the Grand Canyon and Denver ASK US ABOUT THEM The "Coast Limited" to . California every Saturday at 5 p, m. W. S. Goldsworthy, G. A. W. L. Garver, c. p. & t. a. . n