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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SUNDAY MORXIXG, AUG. 2, 1908.
A Few of the Many Economy Opportunities at the New York Store Monday Corsets Women's Vests REGULAR" 50c TAPE GIRDLES WOMEN'S RICHELIEU RIBBED .. , SUMMER VESTS Low neck and With hose supporter attachments, siwve,,.ss arnihoes and nerk tap. just right for hot weather wear, ,cut fuU in everr lrticular, the best ever at 15c special Mon sizcs IS to 26 special Monday at da5- at 39c 11c Wash Belts A NEW LINE OF WHITE AND COLORED WASH BELTS Plain or pleated, ornamented with a pretty pearl buckle, all sizes Mon day at, choice Muslin SEA ISLAND UNBLEACHED MUSLIN Full yard wide, a much better grade than S l-.Te buys as a general rule for Monday at, yard 25c . 6c 3V3 Off on Children's Dresses OUR STOCK OF CHILDREN'S COLORED WASH DRESSES IS FAR TOO GREAT FOR PRESENT REQUIREMENTS Daintily made Tub Drosses of chambray, percale and Bing ham in solid colors, checks and plaids, an abundance of styles to choose from sizes 2 to 14 years. All going Monday t 1-3 L.KSS Women's Hosiery 25 DOZ. GAUZE LISLE HOSE Hlack or tan, seam less, extra spliced heels and ti-s, actual 25e values. Spe cial Monday at, pair i COMMITTEE MEETING PARTY MACHINERY Set in Motion Yesterday By the Re publican Organization. A meeting of the republican central committee was held yesterday after noon to prepare for the holding of a county convention to select delegates to the territorial convention and to make such preparations as were nec essary for the regular county conven tion for the nomination of candidates for the county offices. That .repara tion consisted mainly of the apportion ment of delegates and a recommenda tion to the board of suiervisors re garding the time and place of holding the primaries and the convention. The republican territorial committee had attended to the details of the dele gate convention, so that theie was nothing for the board to do in relation to that convention but issue the form al call for primaries and the conven tion. In regard to the nominating con vention, the democratic central com mittee had, it is understood, at the suggestion of Supervisor steward rec ommended a date for the primaries late in September and for the conven tion early in October, covering the time of holding the irrigation congress at Albuquerque. The committee yes terday suggested a change and recom mended the holding of the primaries J on September 23, and the convention on September 20. The only matter before the commit lee not entirely routine was the exclu sion of J. YV. Canning from the delib erations of the committee. Mr. Can ning is not a member of the commit tee but lie presented the proxy of H. H. Kersting. It was ruled by Chair man Mintz that proxies could be held only by members of the committee. Mr. Canning was not unnaturally surprised, for it had hardly been three months since he had sat in the same committee with the same proxy. He renicmliered also that other non mem bers on that occasion had not only held one proxy but many and he desired to know when this rule had been estab lished. There had been no meeting of the committee which he had not at tended and he had never heard any thing about any such rule. Mr. Can ning was informed that it was an old A Skin ef Beauty l a Joy Forever. , T. Felix Gouraud't Oriental Cream or Magical Beautiflar. Remoni Tan. Pimping hrKkic. Moth I'atcliMS Katl, aDd Mod e, . noi every oenuu 1 od beauty. Mid le 7 nea detection. It baa etuod Ibe tet i t m year, and is an narnileM we taste it tobeureit Is properly matta. Accept no counter felt of ainiUar name. Pr. L. A. Kavra aaid to a lady of the haut t"n (a patient ) : " As you ladles will ue them. . .. , . - .V. ! ,.f -II h sk'n preparai ioii. Kr t'T all drneprts and ancy Oo. A, D. alers in Uie Un i stawa, Canada and Europe. FIRS. T. HOPKINS. Prop, 37 6reat Jones Sired, lew Tori B mmm D White Lawns ONE LOT OF WHITE IN DIA LINON 32 inches inside, suitable for waists and dresses, well worth 10c for Monday at, yard 7MC Women's Outer Garments at Half and Less A WHOLE RACK FULL OF WOMEN'S TUB SUITS All this summer's latest cre ations. Linen suits in white, brown, pink and blue, prettily finished in contrasting colors. Choice Monday at -1-2 PRICE ABOUT 10 DOZEN OF 50c AND 75c SHIRT WAISTS In white and colors, all regular stock in a complete line of sizes Monday at, choice 23 A LARGE LOT OF WORSTED SKIRTS Hlack. solid colors and fancies in a good assortment of materials Monday onlv at 1-2 PRICE rule though its observance had never been of a religious character but now there was no good' reason why it could not be put in force. Mr. Canning left the committee room complaining that that was no way to build up a party. He later saw Court Commissioner Johnstone with refer ence to the issuance of a writ of man damus compelling the committee to recognize his proxy. The application was informal, but the commissioner replied that If it were made in the regular way the writ would issue. That, however, was not practical for the committee was likely to adjourn before the application could be pre pared. o CONTRACTS AWARDED EOR THE PENITENTIARY Pauly Jail Building Co. Gets Cells, Greville and Gregg, Cement Con struction. The board of control yesterday awarded two of the contracts in con nection with the building of the new territorial prison at Florence. The concrete construction goes to Greville and Gregg for $61,000. This is one of the bids of the Phoenix Reinforced Concrete Construction company. The other contract was for the cell work which was awarded to the Pauly Jail Building company of St. Louis, the oldest and best known ex clusive jail building company in the I'nited States. The bid of this com pany was not only lower than that of any other, but the board and archi tect. I'itzhugli. believed that the pro posal met the needs of the territory better than anv other. The company was represented here by John M. Wheeler, contracting agent for the southwestern distrft. Arizona has lately been added to the territory of Mr. Wheeler whose headquarters are at Oklahoma City. This Is his maiden contract In Arizona though the company has done a great deal of work in the territory. It put in the cell work of the Maricopa county jail and in fact of nearly all the larger jails of the territory. The fact that this was the first con tract for which Mr. Wheeler had ap plied was a fortunate thing for the board, for he was determined to have it and in order to secure it he lopped off his commission in making the bid. Mr. Wheeler explained that he was desirous of getting a foot hold In Ari zona, for he Intended just before the admission of the territory.to statehood to establish branch offices in Phoenix. ' The amount of the contract for sixty eight ceils, including four death cells is $25.S35. The next lowest bid was that of the Adams Iron and Steel Works, $29,137. The other bids ran as high as $40,000. The work on these cells will be begun at once as will the construction of the buildings, the features of the construc tion of the entire plant requiring the greatest hurry. v The contract for the mechanical plans may be awarded tomorrow. Last Call 1 0 C Embroideries MONDAY FOR 5c 2500 yards of Hamburg Embroideries, Edgings and Insertions from 2 to 5 inches wide, blind and open Patterns galore, regular 10c Values for Monday at, yard 5 c Astounding Values OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF 50c NECK WEAR Consisting of four-in-hands and bat wings, light and dark shades .Monday at. choice "--39. HUGHES AND POTTER SUSPENDERS FOR MEN AND BOYS Metal buckles, leather or mohair ends, regular 23c and 35c values Monday at, choice 10 MEN'S MERC. SUMMER UNDERWEAR Blue hair line striped shirts and drawers, . elegantly silk stitched, banner $1.00 values Monday at, garment T3 APPROACHING SEASON AT CASTEE HOT SPRINGS The Hotel Accommodations of That Delightful Resort to Be Greatly In creased, ', Owing to the ever increasing popu larity of Castle Hot Springs as .1 win ter resort, it has been found necessary for the Castle Hot Springs company to increase its hotel accommodations in order to handle its patronage. For the past two months a small ar my of mechanics has been huvily en gaged on various additions. In addi tion to tlie two bungalows erected last summer, three more, two of which are .already completed, are being built. A j large extension is being built on the imain dining room. Dining halls for ! nurses, maids and children and for the I various employees of the hotel have j been constructed. The capacity of the j employes' quarters has been increas jed by half in order to accommodate I the large number of help necessary to J maintain the high standard of service I for which the hotel is noted. I Six large rooms on the first floor : have been made Into a sitting room, j The new room is to be finished hunga . low style and equipped with heavy mission furniture. It will have a ma ple floor anil the management intends to give dances from time to time. At Thanksgiving and during the Chrlst- j mas and New Year holidays balls will be arranged and especial inducements will be made to phoenix and Prcscott people- to attend. It is predicted that these functions will prove very enjoy- ! able and that they will become yearly events and be looked forward to with great interest. Ilecent floods in Castle creek took out a diversion dam which was built to reclaim some twenty acres of land. (Although the washing out of this dam (represents considerable loss, the prop jerty was not damaged and a working i basis for future improvements-, calcu jlated to increase the attractiveness of j the springs was established, j The coming season promises to be I more successful than any previous I year. I o NEW CEMENT RATE FROM VARIOUS POINTS Now in Force Over Santa Fe ?s An nounced By Mr. Goldsworthy Yes terday. A new tariff schedule has been is sued by the Santa Fe announcing the new rates on cement from California, Colorado and Kansas points to I hoenix which are now in effect. Except in the instances of the Colorado points the new rate Is a level reduction of ten cents per hundred, or approximately 36 to 40 cents per barrel, a barrel weighing about 384 pounds. The re duction from Colorado points is 7V& cents, the old rate being 57 cents. The new rate from Southern Cali fornia, 38 cents, went Into effect n July 22, rate from Colorado points 60 on l2 Price Embroideries 25c Embroideries MONDAY FOR ?U')0 yards of Hamburg, Swiss and Nainsook Em broideries Edgings, Bead ings, Insertions and Corset Cover widths in a dainty assortment of blind and open work effects, actual 25c Values for Monday at, yard 2l2c cents, was effective July 30 and that from Kansas points on July 27th. An nouncement of the cut in the rates to he effective in about thirty days there after, was made in The Republican of Wednesday morning, June 10. General Agent Goldsworthy was in terviewed yesterday regarding the matter anil stated that reduction had been made as previously announced in The Republican. It was a very im- jporant Item to the valley anil the users of cement, who include a large number of the ranchers as well as builders in general. The reclamation service has always encouraged the plan of making cemented headgates, ditches, laterals, fur the greater conservation of water. Engineer Ij. C. Hill on behalf of the reclamation people and the ranchers several months ago Interested traffic officials in the cement rite and through his efforts, it was taken un der advisement, with the results as have already been stated. I'pwarils of a hundred cars of cement came into the valley last year and it is thought that the amount will be greatly increased annually, in the net twenty-four months, as the pe. pie are learning the value and uses of "cement for numerous purposes. Several ran chers have already done some cement ing and the improvement has been a very satisfactory one. There are big cement mills in Southern California, and also at Portland, Colorado, from which point a large part of the pro duct is shipped to the valley. Cement in construction is daily be coming a most itnportant item and the uses to which it is put are widely increasing. Modern construction work calls for it in carload quantities. Small builders and men with property to im prove find it essential, so that the con cession to Phoenix of lesser rates from these three points is received with general satisfaction by everyone. THE COUNTY'S WEALTH STEADILY INCREASES As Shown by the Completed Abstract Of the Duplicate Roll. The abstract of the duplicate tax roll completed by County Assessor I.uke yesterday shows a decided Im provement over conditions a year ago. The total valuation of all property is $14,264,755.53; last year it was $13, 414,572.40. The increase is not brought about by higher valuations but by the discovery of new sources of wenth. Nearly 1,000 acres more of land were assessed. There was an Increase in tho number of city lots with their im provements adding nearly $30,000 to the tax roll. There was an increase of six per cent in the number of os triches in the valley and a similar In creases is seen in nearly all classes of live stock. Last year all lands were j listed under the classification, culti vated land." This year they are se gregated. The following Is a classification of the county's wealth for taxable pur poses; cultivated lands, 125,000 acres, value. $3,750,000, value of improvements $632,540; uncultivated lands 170,236. value, $948,275; one patented mine, (the Relief,) value, $2630.46, improve- 50 C Embroideries MONDAY FOR 25c Thousands of yards extra choice Needlework Bands, Insertions, Edgings ' and Allovers, wide and narrow widths in a gorgeous varie ty of patterns, Swiss and Nainsook sorts actually worth 50c for Monday at, yard 25c in Men's Wearables Your free and unrestricted choice of any Men's 2 PIECE SUIT or SUMMER TROUSERS Monday at OFF ments. J:!mi0; nonproductive patented mines, 41, value $::3.'o. impro ements, $4u; improvements on nonproduc tive unpatented mines and mining claims. $ll.r.00; town and city lots, value $2.t;0,4S5, improvements, $2311. Diiii; banks. 7, value. $425.onO; 2667 stock horses, value. $32.o: 367SS work horses, value, $147,120; 42 stallions, $77!Hi; 422 mules, $lt.SS0; 9 asses, $132r.; cattle range and stock, 22.X13, value, $233.1.50; 1723 beef cattle, $34, 4i: f.:24 milk cows, $163,100; 336 bulls. $M0; 17.rr.S sheep. $43.Sr.; 3523 goats. $."2o; 2u7'J swine. $6250; rail roads, standard gauge, 1H5.22 miles, value $1,190,666.32; all other property, $1.4ss.333.7."; calves, 3297, value, $16, 4S5 ;ostriches. 1534. value, $76,700. From the total of $14,264,755.53 there are to be deducted exemptions amount ing to $2;i5,li60, about the same as la.st ;ear. o How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. "J. CMKNKY & CO., Toledo. O. We. the undersigned, have known K. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, anil be lieve liim perfeetly honorable in all busi ness transactions and financially able to en rry out any obligations made by his firm. WAI.tHNO, RINNAN MARVIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Testimo nials sent free. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa tion. If the carrier fails to leave The Re publican at your address any day noti- I fy us before noon and a special mes senger will deliver it. We expect sub scribers to get their paper every day in the year, and unless they advise us of poor service we cannot properly serve them. PHONE MAIN 47. Men's Special $14.so f. very close price on a superb Watch 20 Year Guaranteed Case 17 Jewels rs WATCH The new styles in pattern and orna mentation. Perfect, thonwehly tested Time Keeiers.- Write Today.. HEXT ORPHETJM THEATRE Geods sent on Approval A 1 I f LOS ANGELES.CALA 25 Discount on all White Linens OUR STOCK OF LINENS IS THE TALK OF THE TOWN Kvery linen wish may be gratified here. We have linens that are of light weight, medium weight and heavy weight. Lin ens for waists, skirts, dresses and fancy work. In order to do more linen business M nday the following special prices will prevail: 35c linens reduced to 2T 40c lines reduced to 30 50c linens reduced to 37 12 C0c linens reduced to -J3 73c linens reduced to 56 1 2 Some Banner Footwear Bargains 128 PAIRS OF BOYS' TAN RUSSIA CALF SHOES All sizes from 3 1-2 Ui 5, usually sold at $2 special Monday at pair .-S1.48 246 PAIRS OF WOMEN'S "AMERICAN LADY" OX FORDS In vicl kid and pat. kid, French heel, complete run of sizes, regular $3.50 values for Monday at, pair SI. 85 THE HARQUA-HALA MINING COMPANY. Ironwood, Michigan, July 10, 1908. To the Stockholders of The Harqua- Hala Mining Company: You are hereby notified that a spe cial meeting of the stockholders of the Harqua-Hala Mining company will b held in the parlors of the Adams hotel. in the City of phoenix. Arizona, on MONDAY, the tenth day of AUGUST A. D., 1908, at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon, for the following pur poses, viz: 1st. To elect a board of seven di rectors to hold office until the next annual meeting. 2nd. To amend paragraph Three of the Articles of Incorporation, so as to increase the capital stock of said Cor poration from $1,000,000.00 to $2,000,- H"I"M"M H 't M i I 1 M i l l Mil Standard Furniture Co. T New and Second Hand Trunks, Freezers, Refrigerators, Fruit Jars. X kinds of Second Hand goods. S2-34 W. Washington St. i"! ll...t1"'l"lMll8'''"Itl'1lHltlllll"H''I'l 1 1 1 n We have the Piano You Want If it is a new Piano, we can suit yon to the queen's taste. Be it a second-hand Piano, we have an almost numberless variety to choose from at Prices that in dicate superior Value-giving. Redewill's ..H' t H' H 11 ! t ; 11 !" 8 H ' i 11 i I Second Hand Machinery for Sale following machinery for sale. In GOOD CONDITION: .ollowing machinery for sale, in GOOD CONDITION: 1 General Electric Co. Motor and Starting Box, 10 H. P.; 1 Dy namo, 8.5 KW, 125 volts. 50 lights; 1 General Electric Co. Motor, 2 H. P., 110 volts; 1 General Electric Co. Motor, 2 II. P., 500 volts; 2 Electric Meters; 2 Switches; 2 Starting Boxes; they go with motors. Also a quantity Of Shafting, Pulleys, etc., may be seen at Repub 'Ican olflce, or at the shop of Kunz Bros. & Messinger fl I 1 I 1 I t 1 1 Mi t l"H"I"M"t 1 Ht IV - BUTTER-NUT BREAD prepared according to a patented method with rich milk, home made hop yeast, butter and the highest grade of flour sanitarily sifted; mixed hyglenlcally and baked In Improved oens. The purest, cleanest and most delicious bread sold in Arizona. PHOENIX BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY. Established 1881. Edward Eisele, Prop. Phone Main 89. 83c linens reduced to 6-1 ' 90c linens reduced to 6S $1.00 linens reduced to J 1.23 linens reduced to 9- $1.5i lines reduced to ...... 5 l . 1 000.00, divided into 200,000 shares of the par value of $10.00 each. 3rd. To amend paragraph Six of the Articles of Incorporation of the said corporation, so as to authorize said corporation to incur Indebtedness or liability of $1,000,000.00 and that the highest amount of indebtedness or lia bility to which said corporation shat at any time subject itself shall not ex ceed the sum of $1,000,000.00. 4th. To adopt By-laws for said corporation. 5th. In the event that you are ni( able to be personally present at the meeting, kindly sign and mail at once the enclosed proxy to the Harqua Hala Mining Company, Ironwood. Michigan. ELVEX T. LARSON, President H"M"t"H"H - H - M I H"I H"H'1H H t- Suit Cases, Telescopes, Ice Cream We pay highest prices lor an Tel. Main 35L The Home of Everything Musical. 1 1 11 1 ! 1 111111 1 1 1,1 1 l t" Mil I M"W"H"MM"H"M"H'I t