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THE ARIZONA liEr.UBLICAN FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTE3IRER 18, 1908.
3 Fourth Arizona Fair, Phoenix, Nov. 9-J4, '08. Attractions Ex- j traordinafy. j -STOCK GOIlNiG AT A n try T" in irir 5 &i IV) LI nh ACRIFICE' 9 Fourth Arizona Fair, Phoenix, Nov. 9-14, '08. Attractions Ex traordinary. g g KJ Li .2- U L Ladies' Fine Tailored Suits GOING AT 1 2 Off Regular Price 'jIIIS Sale is thetalk oftlie 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 merchan dise. Never before have they had such au opportunity to secure bargains like these we are offering. You should call and be convinced. Time is 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. We are quoting below a few of the many values to be gotten at this sale. Look them over and should they appeal come in and invest. 4 Men's Clothing GOING AT 3 Off Regular Price Fancy Ginghams ONE BIG LOT OF FANCY GINGHAMS Suitable for chil dren's wear. Would lip cheap at IjC yard. Sale price, per jard 9 French Percales ONE NICE LOT OF FRENCH PERCALES Positively the bent finality; fully yard wide, most ly lit,-lit grounds with neat stripes and figures. Regular lie quality. Sale price Sard 10 -Table Damask 64 INCH WIDE BLEACHED TABLE DAMASK Nice as sorted patterns, 40c and 4."c quality. Sale price, yd US'f Bed Sheets FULL SIZED BED SHEETS Well made, seamed, ready for use. Usual value C3c. Sale price, each 13? Men's Underwear ONE BIG LOT OF MEN'S UNDERWEAR IN THE BAL BRIGGAN AND FANCY RIB BED UNDERWEAR Well r"siailc, all sizes. Worth 43c and 50c a garment. Sale price, gar ment 23 "Poroskflit" Underwear ONE LOT OF "POROSKNIT" UNDERWEAR Well made, neatly finished, always sells at EOc a garment. Sale price, per garment 39 mens aon anirts A BIG SAVINGS ON MEN'S SOFT SHIRTS J1.00 quality, sale price, each 75 $1.2 j quality, sale price, each.. 90d J2.00 and J2.30 quality, sale price, each S1.45 Reversible Suitings - ?-' Tj Bed Shee-S . sji $ l"'IJP ' "'lu' 1 i BEST QUALITY BED SHEETS Seamless, wide hem, an REVERSIBLE SUITINGS in the most up-to-date patterns, V jm j ft Jfr y'VMJ X fw U Jl ' . , ,. . . o , - , f 1gf f A? & J tJe J AT Jy l J Jr J? 8 price, each 59d, checks, stripes and plaids. Look like the finest of woolen , '"S. QStrnf Cjiii&r 0 &"Aa ' "'r ' fabric. Wi,l make up neat and suitaMe for women's, misses. j " ' f j LadlCS' Hail dkCfChief S I and children's wear. Especially suitable for children's school fcCi-W I LADIES' CROSSBAR HANDKERCHIEFS, soft quality, look j j wear. Never sold for less than 23c yard. Sale price, J jJjtfy Ta ; 1ike the better kind. Worth 10c and 12 l-2c each. Sale Lr 13 1 2" J (fesgj y j r ... limn,,, , i I, i " ' I Ford Hotel Grill Open every right until 12 o'clock. Merchants Lunch Jl'30 to 1:30 Short )rders from 'J a.m. to g p m. DUTCH LUNCHES ALL HOURS. Private rooms for ladies or parties. BANyUKTS or SPREADS for all occasions. FOrt SALE. KNOPF'S RULES FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN Some Things They Can Do Or Keep From Doing, For Their Own Protection. 5 Acre Tract In alfalfa one-half mile from Indian School car line J13'"J. THOMAS it end of Indian School car line. Phone County 19. rr. S. A. Knopf of New York City, tlie author of the now famous "prize essay" on "Tuberculosis a-s a Dise;use of tin- Slas.ses. and How to Combat It," has recently issued a most excellent circular containing a set of "Sime Uules for School Children to I'rtTTiit Tuberculosis." "Kvt ry child and adult can held to fight consumption," says i Dr. Knopf. School children can be i helpful by complying with the follow I i ti ir rules: ) Im not spit except In a spittoon, a i piece of cloth, or a handkerchief used i for that purpose alone, on your re j turn home- have the cloth burned by 1 your mother, or the handkerchie f put in water until ready for the wash. Neer spit on a slate, flour, play ground, or sidewalk. Io not put your fingers into your mouth. Prank J. O'Brien BROKER. Tucson. Branches In Phoenix and Nogales. Stocks, Bonds and Produce. Private leased Wire to all Kxchanges. R. D. HIGHTOWER, Manager. Phoenix Office. Phone Main 2:12. 40 N. ls( St A WONDER TO EVERYONE. You ;-l -oi.'ld see the new place op po ite th.; court h use. L'ioI:s like a palace- ih" prettiest place In l-jwn. They have just got a car of :iew furniture. Nice heavy mission rock ers, mission oak dining tables and chairs, gold n oak heavy flake qiuT t. r-sawed diesse-s, buffet, l-aded glass fronts, princess dressers, chif foiiieres, kitchen safes, kitchen cabi nets, tl.o finest axiuinster Sxl2 rugs in the town for the money; sold six lat week. Xew linoleum, springs, matres; pillows. Can furnish ' your house, with any grade of goods you desire, and our prices are in your reach. See our "c, 10c and 13c coun ters. Nothing over 23c. The place where you can get an arm load for a 'dollar. See us before you buy and you are our customer. Come in ami rest. Look around, fle-t a drink of ii; water and if you have anything to sell h t us know. Will buy evcry-tliin;;. Tomatoes fomatoes 3 cans Quail Brand TOMATOES 25C per case $1.95 0. W. Williams Grocery Co 42 NORTH FIRST AVE. Phone Main 173 Po not pic k your nose or wipe it on your hand or sleeve. i)o not wet your fingers In your mouth when turning the haves of Nok-y. Io not put p- ne-Hs in your mouth or Hi t them with your lips. ! not hohl nton-y in your mouth. Io not put pins in vour mouth. I o not put anything in your mouth except food and drink. ' Do not swap apple- oeins, candy, chewing gum. half-e-aten food, whis tles, bean blowe rs, e.r am thing that is put in the month. Peal or waMi your fruit before eat ing it. " er sne-ez' or cemgh in a person's fare. Turn Veuir faee- to e.ne' side' er hold a handkerchief before your mouth. Keep your fae; hands, and finger nails clean. Wash you- hands with ; soap ,'iml wate r In f. ue- e ae h m al. When vein don't fi-e I well, have cut yourse lf, or have- be-e-n hurt by others, do not' be afraid to report to" the ti ichor. Keep yourse lf just as chan at home as you do at school. Clean your teeth with toothbrush and water, if possible-, afte r eae h meal: but at least em getting up in the morn ing and on going to bed at night. 1 Flu not kiss anyone' on the mouth or Si low an body to elo so to Villi. J Le arn to love fresh air. ami le arn to 1 breathe de-eply and elo it eiften. j This se-t of simple' hygie-no rule-s ' should form a part of tie- curriculum ' in every s 'hoel in the land. Lvi-ry I te acher in Ni'W York state should take I these- and make them a part of her I instructions in hgii'iio. ARIZONA'S tXHIBIT AT SEAT fLE IN 1908 To Show or Not to Show, That is the Question The Situation Discussed. A GOOD ARTICLE The Hanker ami Investor Magazine' for Augist cemtaius an cxe'elle-nt artie le em "The' Rehabilitation of the- Salt Kivi-r Pro ject." It is from the pen of Henri V. Leme nage-r. chief draftsman ef the I. S. reclamation service and is not as many might suppose', a descrip tion of the project, though the ir tielee is copiously illustrated with pictures of the different features of it. The article is really an essay on the reclamation work, showing by the results already secureel in this valley, anil the transformation work ed in physical conditions, the great value' of reclamation work and the conservation of ri'soitrces which is a part eef tin same great principle. .Mr. ! Lemenagcr graphically ami succinctly ! re-cites to the? reach r how the valle-y j first became a notable irrigation. I country, through the development of . irrigation e nterprises by private- ' iip ! ital which did not ami in the na ' lure of things could not protec. or Conserve the water supply on which j they sej nilll h di'pe'lliled. Th'! re ' suits Were disastrous and whe re so much was promised in good !aith, j but little could finally be given. He 1 then comments on the taking liolel ' etf the situation J y the government, which hail ampin funds and sought only for the final jirosperity of al! j without immediate direct return to the! projectors, as would ; sarv ill a ; ally h recites description. At a ri-ej-nt mee ting of the board of traele the lemimiilee 11 expositions was ! liir-tted to take up with the governor i anil others who might be .interested, and report as soon as possible, its re commendations concerning the advisa bility of Arizona making an exhibit at the Alaska-Yukon exposition next sum ! nie r. It w as the se nse of the board that if anything is done it should be i done, well and to do it we ll the work should begin at once. Neithe r the .'board nor anyone else who has express led himself, favors the erection of an J Arizona building, but it si-ems to be a . epiite ge ne ral be-lief that it would pay Arizona to make a good agricultural I and mineral exhibit, si'curing space in the- large- exhibition buildipgs for that 1 purpose. ' It was suggested thafthe matter could only her sueccssf ullyl carried out by making it a territorial enterprise, I he expense to be paid by the te rritory and the! estimate or Jill. 1 has been made as the amount required for a creditable display. There is no fund from which such a sum may be taken and the territory can furnish it only by an appropriation of the legislature. This of course nobody can guarantee at this time, even the personnel of the legislature not being known. It was the purpose of the committe'-e however to ascertain the attitude of the gover ned in the matter of recommi'tnling the attitude of the governor in the matter of rei'ommending shcIi an appropria tion. Though he has made no An nouncement it is understood ne is lav orably inclined to the project. IP'orge W. Cow gill, secre tary of the lietard of trade, who formerly lived in Seattle', and has an extensive acquain tance the-re, has secured blue; prints of the fair grounels showing the rela tive loe-ation of tile various buildings, toffi-ther With plans of the mining and agricultural building. He has also se cured the proffer of fleior space for the exhibits free in both buildings, tllough the charge advertised is $1 per square foot in each. Mr. Cowgill after his 'experience' in trying to get toge-tlieT ithe agricultural exhibit for Albuquer jiuc, suggests that whoever is entrust ed with a similar commission for the j Seattle fair, should be designated at .nice so he can be gin promptly the ceI- lection of his exhibit. If tills is not done until after the adjournment of th' next legislature it will be too late to secure samples of many things that are available now and others, that to .secure which must be arranged for. as the exposition will open before next season's crops are many of them har vested. A mining exhibit can probably be secure'.! after the le gislature has fin ish' d its work, though the more time the better for either display. It iias Ijeeii suggested that there should be a commissioner for each ex hibit, each to be held responsible for his own, and all bills to pass through 'the office etf the territorv, that the ex penditure of the money m'ght be faith fully accounted for. To accinnplish an thing now commissioners will have to be found w ho will take a chance on the legislature providing the money, and then their appointment would have to be informal, a mere understanding between men, for a commissioner could hardly be appointed with legal authority before the law creating his offiie! was passed. It is this situation that tlie board is studying over, wheth er to undertake so much on uncertain ties, with the knowli'dge' that when de finite action can b late to be gin. WILL BE MARRIED THIS MORN ING. Juan Agoiilar of Florence and Miss Manuela Villanueva of Phoenix will be married this morninir at 7:30 I at the Catholic church, after w hich i i I they w ill have a reception at the bride's home. Mr. Aguilar is a trusted ! employe of the Florence Commercial ! company and is a prominent young citizen of the Pinal county capital. The bride is well and favorably known in Phoenix. tajvi n it will be too COFFEE A middling steak and first-rate coffee are better than middling coffee and first-rate, steak. Con sider the cost Your grocer returns rour money U ytfj donl like Schilliag't Beit: oar bim. M"H"H"M"H"H"I"I"H"S"I I"H"H"H' t- Roberts Restaurant i i Short Orders a Specialty. Bar f Attached. Opposite Depot. X WICKENBURG, ARIZONA. f anji ill ijnjnjijnjijnjnjiijiijiijn ji Get a Good Bowl of Coffee and QUICK LUNCH at the GREEN FRONT DAIRY LUNCH Wickenburg, Arizona. JACK McQUAID. t,.H,,Hi'H'ifiH'lfl'HiH'M'H RELIABLE INFORMATION furnished on mines and prospects In country contiguous to Wickenburg and along A. & O. railroad. Address CHAS.' F. GODDARD, Wickenburo- Arizona. be nc- es- ' private enterprise. lin- i w iiiiouc any eii'i:iiieu i list of the features of fl FIRM ' FOUNDATION itkj ,v ' f ie4 .v ! -sir, H rSTjol Get a Line on the Best Positions i' ij for the day's work is a dish of Grape-Nuts with Cream It is Delicious and Healthful. "There's a Reason" i rerttfn mmmmm mmmm I mm m$ No matter what sort of a position you want, the quickest and easiest way to get it is hy reading the Help Wanted columns of The Arizona Republican. " The largest and most reliable business houses in the city advertise daily in The Republican for all kinds of help. The best positions for clerks, bookkeepers, sten ographers, salesmen, mechanics, etc., are listed in the Want Columns of The Republican every da). If you are out of a position now or want to change to a better one just turn to the Want pages of The Republican. You will surely find the position ytu are looking for. Republican Want Ads give you a' line on the best positions. 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