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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN MONDAY MORNINCJ, JULY 20, 1908.
IN ) 9 Every Spoke in the Hub's Semiannual Clearance Sale mi Mi- Is Working Overtime These Days. "There's a Reason." u $5 and $6 Shoes and Oxfords for $2.50 "FLORSHEIM" FOOTWEAR, THAT'S' THE KIND WE SPEAK OF TODAY. Hundreds of pairs, each and every pair the limit of style, beauty and perfect shape, going at U price and less. Plenty of Macks and tans, in pat. leather, box and velour calf, vici kid, etc. sizes in plenty to fit all comers. Again, regular $5 and $6 sorts Monday for S2.50 "PVERY nook and corner of this business-like store is being ransacked for the mightiest bargains. In every inch of this announcement you will find distinctly striking examples of the wonderful savings to be found here Monday. Givt it a close study its worth time and thought a personal inspection will do the rest. And it's well for you to remember that this sale positively closes next Saturday. Can you afford to further delay ? Shirts Worth Up to $2.50 at $1.00 ANOTHER LARGE LOT OF MEN'S HIGH-GRADE GOLF SHIRTS Consisting of such famous brands as "Monarch," "Cluett" and Manhattan," the best ever, solid colors and fancies, dark as well as light colorings, a broad assortment of sizes and styles to choose from, values up to $2.50 Monday at, choice Sl.OO 1 1! ft STYLISH SUMMER CLOTHES 11 Discount On Every Stitch of Made-to-Fit Clothing This includes all our "Alfred Benjamin" and "Hart, Schaffner & Marx" Suits. They go like this: ( ).ij.imw.iuiMi.j? . 5 " All $15.00 Suits reduced to $,25 All 17.50 Suits reduced to 3 5 All 20.00 Suits reduced to 15.00 All 22 50 Suits reduced to 16.90 All 25.00 Suits reduced to ;.. I8J5 All 30.00 Suits reduced to 22.50 All 35.00 Suits reduced to 26.25 t Off on entire stock of Men's Trousers Sure thing you will find what you want. Assortments still present a solid front. . Every style, color and size, regular prices ranging from $2.50 to $12.50. TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES m 25 Discount On the Pick of the Entire Stock Come, get posted on the class of Traveling necessities the Hub carries. We assure you they will meet with your approval. There is absolutely nothing lacking that would add to the strength of materials, beauty of finish and completeness of stock. Pajamas at Off NOT JUST A FEW, BUT A GREAT BIG VARIETY OF STYLES, COM IRS AND SIZES. Included are those made of solid colored cotton materials, fancy striped mercerized cloths and those made of all silk. The above price cut is certainly astounding considering the time of year it's made. RAJ HARALDSON Straw flats at l4 Off THIS MEANS ALL STRAW HATS NO DISCRIMINATIONS HERE. Every shape, every braid and every size is subject to the above discount. , Sailors, Telescopes and Panamas in plenty former prices ranging from 75c to $15. BRYAN WELCOMES TAFT TO HIS HIGHER PLANE In the Matter of Accepting No Gifts From Corporations. I,incoln, Neb., July 19. The state ment of Mr. Taft yesterday at Hot Springs, that the republican commit tee would not accept any subscrip tions from corporations for the cam paign is viewed here with more than ordinary interest. Mr. Iiryan gave it especial attention. In fact, so inter ested was he that lie broke his usual silence and dictated the following statement: "We welcome him to this advanced ground and bid him. to go further and announce that all indi vidual contributions above a reason able minimum shall be made known before the election." Late tonight Frank S. Monnett. former republican attorney general of Ohio, arrived here and held a lengthy conference with Mr. Bryan. Better Athletes Than the Ancient Greeks. If the great Alexander could be invited to compete in the Olympic games today, . he would complain, I suppose, that track sport had become too much a business to be possible a-s a gentleman's pleasure the Gteek athletes only spent seven months exclusively in training for the games after several years of general prep aration that the eligibility rules were not strictly enforced and that ; tho names of the men who won every thing sounded, to a pure-blooded Hel lene at least, extremely queer. Times undoubtedly have changed. The Pindaric odes have given way to sporting pages and wood-pulp supplements, and when the victor in the hundred-meter sprint returns to The Talk Of the Town The West Coast of Mexico is the talk of the town. Everybody who has been In that section has a good word for the country. They are uni-. versal in their claim that this is the coming coun try. Every day western papers have something to say in favor of this rich section which is just being opened up by the Southern Pacific and Kansas City, Mexico & Orient railroads. OUR LAND Our land, which we are selling to American col onists and investors at $4.00 per acfc, on very easy payments, is located in this rich section. Over sn.ooo acres sold to American people assures our colony of great success. It means the development of that country by American methods, and the re turns will be little short of marvelous. It is the richest agricultural section of Mexico. The rainfall of 33 to 40 inches Is ample for all purposes. The climate is equal to that of Southern California. A FORTUNE IN MEXICO Now don't you think you ought to look into this matter "while prices are low? You We it to yourself, and those dependent on you. We have some Interesting literature covering the proposition eaTl; Tor it. or write and we will mail it It Is free. Bishop & Haun J36 W. Washington St. Phoenix, Arizona. an his native Harlem' it doesn't occur to the flat-house dwellers to issue forth with flowers and garlands and lift their voices in applauding song against the roar of the "I," trains and the greater noises of the street. And yet. If we could send a team back 'to that ancient stadium in the Peloponnesus with their spiked shoes and crouching-starts and American nerves I suppose there Is not the slightest doubt that man for man, leaving out beauty and sentiment, and, also, the more brutal semi-gladiatorial contests, they would win as surely as that first funny little team won at Athens when the Olympic games were revived twelve years ago. Everything that we know of the per formances of the ancient Greeks leads to this belief that we can run faster, jump higher and farther than they. An English team might make the same assertion and with almost as good reason. I say American, be cause this is a sport at which Amer icans have been noticeably success ful, and because this success has re sulted not from mere chance but from a combination of characteristics which are more typically theirs than they are British or French or Rus sian. This is specially true of the sprints ;and short distance runs. To win in these, as they are run today, re ! quires great technical finish, an ex treme amount of nervous energy, physical alertness, and a rather spe cial power nerve, sand, grit, or whatever you choose to call it which enables an athlete 'to concen trate in one short, supreme effort, every ounce of energy and effective ness he ha.! in him. This particular make-up a large amount of imme diately available nervous energy and the alert power of concentration is rather characteristically American, just as the enduring vitality and steady pluck which wins the 'dis tance runs Is rather characteristi cally British. And the track achieve ments of our athletes are therefore, in their small way, American achieve mentsFrom "The Men Who Set the Marks." by Arthur Ruhl, In The Out ing Magazine for July. A Little More Than Your Income. ' A young man, being asked how much it cost to live in New York City, replied: "A little more than your income, whatever that is." A young city clergyman on his first round of parish calls found a fam ily on the verge of starva tion. The man had been out of work for months. He had a wife and five children, the youngest a baby. They had Just eaten the last bit of food in the house. The young clergyman gave them five dollars and collected for them twenty more before the day was out. A few days later he called to see about getting work for the man. They were again on the point of starving. With the twenty-five rvii'iru thf woman had bought a Gne new baby carriage, some coffee and sugar. When the clergyman ex postulated she indignantly nenieu fa travagance. The children had brok en the old carriage, and it was nec essary the baby should have a daily airing. As for the coffee it was the first they had had In weeks. They were accustomed to it and needed it- Appleton's Magazine for July. KANSAS CITY MARKETS. Kansas City, July 19. There was a moderate run of cattle last week and the market retained a part of the good advance secured the first two days of the week until the end. Yesterday the heaviest supply of the summer season arrived. 20.000 head which, in connection . with the liberal supplies at other points, gave buy ers the upper hand, and prices arc , 10 to 23 cents lower than the end j of last week. Buyers claim the meat is hard to move, on account of hot i weather and unfavorable industrial j ..ntwllt wn iwinir Hirinst them. and ' should receipts continue heavy, prices will likely show runner declines, on the other hand, the market has made some exceptional recoveries from re cent breaks, but it was mainly on account of circumstances which cut down the receipts temporarily. Fed steers are extremely scarce, and com mand $7.25i8.00, although none of this kind arc here today. Grass steers bring $4.50t6.00, mostly west erns from Kansas pastures; Panhan dle and quarantine grass steers at $3.75!i 5.00, cows $2.25(ri3.75, calves $3.501 5.00, bulls $2.4061 3.73.. Fall trade in stockers and feeders is just opening up. stockers at $3.00M4.50. feeders $4.00fi 5.00, with fleshy feeders upwards into the fat cattle price range. I Supply of sheep and lambs is mod erate, it being lietween seasons in the range sheep trade, Texas and the southwest alut through running, and Utah and the northwest not yet fairly started.. The run is 5,000 head, composed mostly of small lots from native territory, but also Including Arizona wethers at $4.23, Colordao spring Iambs $6.75. Arizona spring lambs $0.10. The market is 13ri23c higher. There is a good demand from the country for stock stuff, wethers and ewes at 3.00i'3.85. lambs at $4.50!i5.n0. Tho advance of today is in" addition to a gain of 20Jj35c secured last week. o The troubles of most men women, f Tndav is a ;art of the future we worried about yesterday. DIARRHOEA ' There Is no need of anyone suffer ing long with this disease, for to effect a quick core h la only neces sary to take a few doses of Chamberlain's Colic; Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In bet, In most cases ons doss is sufficient. It nsver fails and can be relied upon in the most severe and dangerous cases. It is equally val uable for children and is the means of saving the lives of many children each year. In the world's history no medicine . has ever met with greater success. PRICE 25o. URGE SIZE 50o. 9npi AP T8 PHESCOTT ATURDAY U N D A Y y LY 3 , ftS.l ll 26 I LONG LIMIT Another Ball Game, Phoenix vs. Pres cotts Join the crowd and cool off for a few days W. S. Goldsworthy, W. L. Garver, G. A. C. P. & T. A. ' m m M m E1J w iii M M m ! Iff! w m A