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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN WEDNESDAY 3IOKNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1008. '
i 3 WOMEN'S Ready-to-VVear Goods GOING AT Regular Price OUR STOCK GOING AT A Men's Clothing GOING AT 3 Regular Price I p o .hie rv mi ITT p w m n n r Mr HIS Sale is the talk of the town. The big crowds that flock to our store daily all look with wonderment when they glance at the ridicuously low prices we are making on our immense stock of new and seasonable merchandise. Never before have they had such an opportunity to secure bargains like these we are offering. You should call and be convinced. Time is now short when we shall move to our new quarters, the building is soon to be completed. We are determined to dispose of our entire stock so that we may open our new store with an entirely new stock of merchandise. Nothing will be reserved. Lay in your supply. Hundreds upon Hundreds of Bargains fo be had at this Sale. r- There will be lots of room for Regret should you miss this Sale, j n - : T V ATT END Hit STANDPATTERS DEFEAT CUMMINS They Will Deadlock the Iowa Legis lature if Necessary. I Phoenix City Hall Plaza, Thursday Evening, 7:30 Sharp M--M-i-MS"H"l"l"H"t"l"I"l' H"l"fr Tempe, Friday Evening 7:30 Sharp I)es Moines, la.. Sept. 8. True to , their pledge to one another, tlie forty-two standpatters in tin- state leg islature today prevented the election of Governor A.. IS. Cummins to the i l'r:itod States senate to fill out the 'unexpired term of the late AV. I!. Allison. Those forty-two senators and representatives refused to east their votes for Governor Cummins, and with forty-five democrats, who I voted for I'orter, they outnumbered ithe sixty-five republicans who voted for Cummins.. Xot only did the "standpatters pre vent an election today, but declared that it is their intentions to con tinue their course in dead-locking the ' legislature if it is necessary to keep Cummins out of the United States I scnute. Itoth sides say tonight they will not yield. . ERANCH LIBRARY At a meeting of the Carnegie library board yester day it was decided to open a branch library in the high school to be stock ed with such books as are particularly designed to be of interest to school students. . o SUPERIOR VISITOR Richard Fleming of Superior arrived here Mon day ni;-'ht to see his father, J. V. Flem ing who left yesterday morning for Kansas City. Richard, or Dick as he is more familiarly known, formerly lived here but for a year or so has been living at Superior where he is in terested In mining as vice president of the Queen Copper company. This property is developed to the depth of 400 feet and is already quite a notable producer of silver and copper, for a "young" mine. About J33.000 worth of ore was sent to the smelter last year but the proceeds all went back into the ground and in the purchase of a hoist and other machinery. The property has been operated in only a desultory fashion the present summer but Mr. Fleming said quite extensive opera tions are planned f-r the coming win ter. It is proposed to continue devel opment work for a long time yet with out talk of a reduction plant, the own ers believing that eventually the big ness of the mine will be as well prov ed as the values now are. HAWKCS CUT GLASS Bon-Bon Dish $1.50 H. J. WHITLEY CO. Jewelers 345 South Broadway. Los Angeks. CaL MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED 1 VICTIMS Of PANIC IN A DENVER FIRE l , i : ; .! ; .; ! . i t i ;,;;, i.;..;..;. l. "H"l-I""l"M"i-M"l"t"l"l"M"I"l"H"H' The Conflagration was started to Mask a Robbery. CAMERON Mesa, Saturday Evening 7:30 Sharp THE HONORABLE RALPH H. Republican Nominee for Delegate to Congress Hon. E. S. Clark, Hon. Robert E, Morrison and other speakers will address these meetings on the above dates on topics of vital importance to every voter in Arizona Good Music will be in Attendance verybody Invited i..I..1..I,.1mI,.i,.i,.i,.i,.m 11 1' iii.M..I"fr,Mi.M..i,,fr.i,,M"M" Denver, Sept. 8. Kire which was started by a miscreant caused a panic earl ytoday anim;; one hi:mired guc.-l: of the lielmont hotel, a three i.t. re building at 1721-23 Stout street, as a result of which four lives were sacri ficed and a score of persons injured, two of whom are not expected to re cover. Three men died from injuries sustained in jumping from windows and another was suffocated to death in his room. Had ih-j unfortunates who were killed or injured in jumping, re mained at the windows a moment longer, all would have been saved by the firemen. The dead as: E. MOORE, of Phila delphia; .GKO. HODLE, JOHN' J. jane, gkorge ott.. The injured are: Mrs. J. L. Hole, of Minneapolis; Mrs. Lena Mittelhauscr, of Xew York; Mrs. Nettie Halm. The fire was first seen at 3:15 A. M. on the top floor of the hotel, and was supposed to have been caused by crossed wires, but a later investigation showed that it had started at the foot of a rear stairway and eaten its way to the upper floor before It was dis covcred. It is reported that money and jewelry valued at ir0o were stolen from the rooms of Mrs. Rahn and oth guests before the fire or while it was burning. BMW I I life i Mil "III tzz2?r&zi Dorris-Heyman Furniture Co. Your Furniture Money T7ilI 4 sftesSSp than it has ever been able to do under ordinary conditions-Buying direct from Manufacturers in car lots and being personally in the market taking advantage of re cent conditions entitles us to offer the largest and best stock of Furniture ever in Arizona at Prices Never Before Attempted SPECIAL All This Week JEROME INDIFFERENT. Xew Tork, Sept. S. District Attor ney Jerome said today that he was not interested in the Harry Kendal Thaw trial enough to care whether they take Thaw to Pittsburg or not, and he added that he knows of no law by which his removal to another state might be accomplished. OK IRON BEDS fctl All Sizes. Vhite or bEACH Co,ors A Bed that would sell regularly at $350--Strong and Substan- tial Splendidly Finished-J 00 of " them On Sale $2.25 each Noble Adams and Building New Location First Sts" BSESS