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TIII3 ARIZONA REPUBLICAN MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1908.
j;.,..t.!.I..t"l"I"I""l"l"H-l"l"l""i"t"I"i"t"t"t"il Early Fall Wash Goods ? 36 inch percales In light and Jnrk patterns, plain and bor dered effects. Formerly sold 4 for 20c. Special per yard 1IJ Light weight percales in SO inch widths, navy, gray and light colors. Per yard 8 1'3 Especial value in fall wash ginghams in" new effects, 27 T inches wide. Fast colors and T desirable weight. Yard....lO 32 inch percales in light and. dark effects, especially desira ble for school wear. Price per yard . 10 New fall patterns of ginghams In novelty effects, entirely, dif ferent from the general line of patterns. Per yard..X2 12" AND 15 Chambray gingham In . solid colors of gray, tan, blue and brown: 30 inches wide, fast col ors. Especially priced, yd 20 I Varied Novelties at Tempting Prices "HAIR LIGHT" CROWNS. A very essential article for -lound the head pompadour; does not injure the hair, - .-ntil-ating the scalp and hair as .veil. Each 50 ' WAIST NET. . Ecru, cream and. white net in round and fillet mesh, widths 3C inches to 2 yards. Values per yard.. .-50 AND 75 RIBBON COMBS. A new invention for decorating the coiffure with ribbons and ther artistic effects. Trices 25d and 50 NEW CRETONNES. Twilled draperies In many new and varied patterns; fast col ors. Special yard.... 8 1"3 Rf ORGANIZATION OF, CENTRAL M. &D. CO. The Two Queens Mines Management Changed and Plans Maturing For a Resumption of Work. GERARD-JONES DRY GOODS CO. Write the Arizona School of Music FOR Catalogue and other descriptive Literature. MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Director. THE SELLING OF YOUR HOUSES, LOTS, RANCHES AND GARDEN TRACTS. WE DO NOT LIST AND FORGET. WE SELL OR FORFEIT. TELEPHONE MAIN 42 RENTING LOANS" Erdmans X. Real Estate & Inreslment CoJ v 26 M. 1st St. yn LANDS RANCE VALLEY'S EXHIBITS FCR ALBUQUERQUE If a Proper .Showing is Made There Must Be Some Lively Work This Week. THE PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY. p-t Old Trunks For Trunk, Suit Case or Bag. The best and the rheapest. 133 W. Wash. Vhone Red 34. taKett In exchange. ANNOUNCEMENT This Is to announce to public that my the Ice and Cold Storage Warehouse i which is now In course of con- S structlon will be . Completed about September 14th and will be ready to receive goods for cold storage the same as In the past. In Addition to This I will be ready to supply all who use to Quantities of Ice commodity at a PRICE which will be Right this For further information, call or address W. B, CONSTABLE 401 West Jackson Street, PHOENIX,' ARIZONA. Secretary Cowgill of the Albuquer- oue exhibit committee of the valley is over his head in work, as Is the entire committee for that matter ,and a fine exhibit is assured if the people gener ally will get behind this committee and push for the next ten days. Hy push ing is chiefly meant helping the com mittee out by paying subscriptions and by furnishing added exhibits. The committeemen are not mind readers and they don't know everything, fine that the people have for exhibition Those who think they have anything that will help the display snouiu report I it voluntarily and not wait to De nuni- ; ed up and their exJi'blts taken away from them bv force. '. One thing the committee does know ami that is that there are at least three very important exhibits of which they have not a single sample and they are things the valley most prides it self upon and talks the most about. One is comb honey, another is grain hay and the third think of it is alfalfa seed. Right here in the center of the best alfalfa country on the face of the earth and not a pound of seed for display! These three things are up to the farmers to make good. Come in with what you have, even if it is not the ii.ct von have had or seen in your ex perience. There should be a world of these products available and the best evfr but surely there must be some Really there is no guess work about that. Of the hundreds of sacks of seed threshed this year it cannot all have bee nsold or disposed of. Let not an- uthcr sun set. at least not two of them until the board room is overstocked! But don't all hang back thinking the other fallow will furnish the supply. Bring it in and there is little fear that it will not be wanted and if it should not be wanted the secretary will say so and the farmer will have done his part. Attention Is also called to the fol lowing correspondence which is fully self explanatory and is also important. Every person Interested in making a good display for the valley should read it: Albuquerque, 8, 29, '08. Irrigation congress exhibits must be here on time. All exhibitors expecting to place ex hibits of whatever nature within the' exposition grounds for the Sixteenth National Irrigation Congress anu ln torutnto industrial Exposition are re spectfully urged to arrange now that their exhibits be In Albuquerque noi ii ihnn September 20th. This re quest is urgent and should be carefully complied with in order to secure suc nofnl installation exhibits should not i. until the last minute. No m,nCtmriii,n work will be allowed within the grounds after the morning of the opening day, bepiemDer tvin, on1 insure nroner Installation and nrAnflmtlnnR every exhibit should be In Albuquerque not later than September 20th. THE BOARD OF CONTROL, W. S. Honewell. Chairman. rrua. ohnvo notice has been received at this office, which is self explanatory t r-A,r tn rnmnlv with the above bul letin wo will have to load our car no thnn Sentember 12th. In order to do this, exhibits will have to be in the board of trade room no laier man atev,hor inth. Please do not delay i Krino-lnir In exhibits until the last ment. We do not enjoy working t ime no more than any one else. Assist us In complying with this re quest. If you fail us, we will not be ni.i tn mnke eood at Albuquerque. Don't wait for future notice as this is final. iDomATmv CONGRESS SPECIAL COMMITTEE FOR SALT RIVER The directors of the Central Mining and Development company held a ; meeting in rhoenlx on Saturday at which new officers were elected, on))' one of the former officers being re tained. That is C. G. Werner, the vice president, a resident of Winkelman and an officer of the company from its organization. The company itself Is better known under the name of the "Two Queens," a local appellation and the name of one of the claims of the company on which marvelously rich ore was encountered In the croppings. The newlv elected president and treasurer of -the company is Irvin Jor dan of Kansas City and the secretary Is V. K. Helmberg of Kansas City. The board of directors is' composed of the above named except the secretary and the following named: T. B. Enochs of Kansas City. James McGee of Flor ence, sheriff of Pinal county, and Dr. ed the F. G. Angeny of Phoenix. The former president and general manager Judge S. II. Snider and Frank Horn who has served the company as fiscal agent, both retire from official con nection with the company though they retain their stock interests. President Jordan In an Interview said the conduct of the property Is to be on quite different, lines and if it is possible he hopes to make the man agement more successful, though the transformation from one management to another seems to have been har moniously conducted. Judge Snider has other and extensive mining inter ests in Pinal county to which he will devote himself. Mr. Horn has several other large projects on hand and is not in a position to give this the atten tion it requires or to undertaKe ine new line of procedure it is believed will he necessary to achieve success. It Is the purpose of the management says Mr. Jordan to secure an expe rienced miner as soon as the ngnt man ran he found, who also nas ine execu tive ability and necessary recommend ations, and place him In charge at ine mine nt hnstpn its development with all possible rapidity. With .well direct ed work it is believed that a compara tively small amount or runner oevei- opment. added to what has been ac complished, will expose a large body of high grade ore. The present No. 4 shaft is down Jba feet and a crosscut has been run from the hi.ttom of it. throueh an eight root vein of which four feet is good ore and the other four feet a highly minerai f.n,i(i,,n Tht uL'urk it is heliev- ed has been judiciously done and it is planned now to drift along this vein for About 7.1 feet when it .Is exacted there will be encountered a large body of ore. Indicated by tne junction oi numerous veins on the surface over that point. The prosecution of development ivnrlc nf course depends mainly on the financial resources of the compan and some Inquiry was n?ane concerning .i-. fiscal affairs. Mr. Jordan said the company hu no large amount of mon ey on hand but has sufficient ror im mediate necessities and the beginning of a persistent campaign of develop ment work. If he can secure the co operation of the present stockholders feels that there will be little difficulty experienced in securing the money the ly the value of its property or demon strate to the satisfaction of all that there Is no mine there, that the signs have all failed and everybody has been mistaken. He has personally giver. hc jroperty a thorough examination and satisfied himself that the values ere there. All that is necessary Is to dip them out. The property has been worked in only a desultory manner since midsummer but he expects at an early date to start work again and gradually increase the force to twenty five or thirty men. Concerning finances, the company now has several thousand stockhold ers. Mr. Horn corducted a very suc cessful campaign in disposing of the stock and all was going smoothly until the panic last fall wnen the company lost a considerable sum in the failure of Kansas City banks. This rather disheartened some stockholders who failed to complete payment on stock bought and of course tied things up so the market for the stock was tem porarily destroyed. Personally he says that though he has followed the busi ness of a broker very successfully he Kiia not entraeed In large general flo tations after the manner in which the Two Queens has been handled and which would doubtless have been suc cessful only for the unexpected inter feron of the panic. He is luiiy con vinced of the value of the property and believes that he can interest sufficier-,d new capital to carry ine emi-i i m through successfully, if the present'. stockholders will give him tneir sup port and cooperation. o Powerful Arguments As to Why You ShouldShop at The New York StoreMonday Last Call on Women's Summer Wearables h Price For All Our Linen Suits Silk Dresses . Cloth Suits ONE LOT OF 50 WASHABLE PRINC ESS DRESSES AND SHIRT WAIST SUITS In white and black and white effects, ac tual J4 values Mon day at, choice.. $2.05 A CONSIDERABLE LOT OF WHITE LIN ENE , SUITS Shirt waist, bolero jacket, long and short coat styles, formerly sold up to $6 Monday at. Choice $1.09 A DAINTY LOT OF WHITE PRINCESS DRESSES Made of sheerest lingerie ma terial and finished- In pretty lace trimming, regular $G.50 and J7.30 values Monday at, choice $1.09 ABOUT 35 LINENE SKIRTS Various styl ish models, sold here-. tofore up to $4.50 Monday at. Choice So 25c For Choice of 50c and 75c Shirt Waists White or Colored MONDAY I 3 EXTRA SPECIAL From 9 to 11 a.m. Our entire stock of 2c Printed Batiste Lawns figures, polka dots, stripes and floral effects for 2 hours only, 12 yards limit, at, Per yard EXTRA SPECIAL MONDAY From 2 to 4 p.m. 6Xc T)0 Pieces of White India Linon- the 10c kind, 27 inches wide for 2 hours only, 12 yards limit, at, per yard. 5c r-. Tl " fi Towels UNBLEACHED TURKISH TOW ELS Fair size, fringed, regularly sold at 25c pair for Monday only 1 9 C Pair Laces 1500 YARDS OF LINEN CLUNY EDGINGS In either white or ecru, a banner collection of elab jrate designs, from 2 to 5 inches in width, values up to 25c for Monday at, yard 7c Corsets 50c TAPE GIRDLES With hose supporters attached, sizes 18 to 26 Monday at the low price of 37MC Colored Linens 25 PIECES OF COLORED DRESS LINENS 27 to 36 inches in width, strictly all linen, in such colors as brown, lavender, pink and va rious shades of blue, values UP to 50c special Monday at, yard 25c A Greater Ribbon Sale 3000 YARDS OF ALL SILK RIBBONS Black, ' white and a full line of desirable colors in either satin or taffeta, widths from 2 to 4 inches, desira ble 'sorts for the hair, belt, etc. Values up to 25c for a greater Monday at 10c Yard 1 Price TEA Not 1 in 1000 who buy Schillings Best wants the money. Tour f roer retorM Tonr menty H T torn Schilling' Bt: 1 RPI IARI F INFORMATION furnished on mines and prospects In country contiguous to Ickenuurg and along A. & C. railroad. Address CHAS. F. GODDAKD, Wickenburg; Arizona. For Free and Un restricted Choice of Any Men's Two Piece Suit in the house. 7 Jnk "REGALS" If your taste in foot wear inclines toward the more conservative models, there are styles among this season's Reguls that will meet with your instant fa vor. Plenty of more pro nounced styles, too with "snappy" outlines and bold effect so pop ular among young men. In short, whether you are a conservative dresser or prefer the latest fashion require ments, you can have in Regal Shoes the pre cise style you want. OUTSIZE VESTS NEW LINE SLEEVELESS SWISS RIBBED VESTS For women extra stout, extra long and broad, extra large armholes that are taped, low neck, excellent 35c values for Monday, each 22 $2.19 For Free and Un restricted Choice of Any "Hawes" $3.00 Hat in the house Muslin Get a Good Bowl of Uorree ana QUICK LUNCH at the GREEN FRONT DAIRY LUNCH Wickenburg, Arizona. ir.ru M.oilAin. . ...... I ...,1,i;1.;i.;M..niii"t""l"ft"i"i"r,ii"i""i"i"t EXTRA GOOD UNBLEACHED MUSLIN .16 inches wide, fine and strong, the very best 8 1-Hc will buy just for Monday at, yard 6c Union Suits WOMEN'S SWISS RIBBED UN ION SUITS Sleeveless, umbrella style, sizes 4 to 6. a splendid 75c garment special for Monday at, suit 43 c New Prints OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF BEST STANDARD PRINTS Including liavy, cadet, cardinal, grey, black, shirting styles and Swiss effects for Monday at, yard 5c Hosiery WOMEN'S BLACK LACE HOSE The 50c sorts, lace boot effects, spliced heels and toes, all sizes for Monday at, pair 25c H-H-H-H-'i- i RobertsRestaurant .. Short Orders a Specialty. Bar ' Attached. Opposite Depot. I! WICKENBURG, ARIZONA. NEW FALL QUARTERLY Ladies' Home Journal Patterns Just In mm il pm in I I .i-. M-;.jjWWfr '. : ' i '.'..TrT- -. . , 20c For Quarterly Style Book Including Any 15c Pattern VALLEY, Geo. W. Cowgill, Secretary . 1 1 1 1 i;.,,,i;..t..i..ii..i..;....i..l. l"l-W"t' '