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THE AtllZOXA REPUBLICAN MONDAY 3IOKXIXV SEPTIDIBER 21, 190S.
3 I-All Col, Dl, "a luunii muuua i an. i uutiiiA. iiuvcmuci v-it. uu. H ATTRACTinNS FXTRinnniNlDV Come in today as our Sale will close very shortly. i Bigger Bargains than ever - . D 0 2 n n r r v ; y r- i-r Fourth Arizona Fair, Phoenix, November 914, '08, ATTRACTIONS EXTRAORDINARY This Sale will last but a short time, as we are to moveto new quarters soon K , J yi T7 Y" J w ru I In a short time this Sale will come to a close, as we will move to our new building. If you have not invested and laid in your supply at this sale, you had better do so. There are still to be found piles upon piles of the choicest goods (all genuine bargains.) We are sacrificing every thing as we must dispose of as much merchandise as. possible. It will be our loss, your gain: Don't wait or hesitate, come and take advantage of securing goods less than regular purchase price. Remember sale closes shortly. Here's Some of the Greatly Reduced Values, Are not these Sufficient to Convince You? 2 Off on Ladies' Suits Reversible Sailings REVERSIBLE SUITINGS in tin- most up-to-date patterns, checks, stripes ami plaids. look like the finest of woolen fabric. Will make up neat and suitable for women's, misses' and chil dren's wear. Imperially suita ble for children's school wear. Never sold for less than 2.1r a yard Sale price, yd 12 1"20 Table Damask 64 INCH WIDE BLEACHED TABLE DAMASK Nice as ported patterns, 40c and 43c quality. Sale price, yd 23'2 Fancy Ginghams ONE BIG LOT OF FANCY GINGHAMS Suitable for chil dren's wear. Would be cheap at 13c yard. Sale price, per jard ) French Percales ONE NICE LOT OF FRENCH PERCALEb Positively the best quality: fully yard wide, most ly light grounds with neat stripes . and figures. Regular 13c quality. Sale price ard 10 COMFORTS AND BLANKETS Going at Greatly Reduced Prices MEN'S SOFT SHIRTS A Big Saving on Men's Soft Shirts $1.00 quality, sale price, each 75c $1.25 quality, sale price each . 90c $2.00 and $2.50 quality, sale price, each $1.45 Off on Men's Clothing Men's "Porosknit" Underwear ONE LOT OF "POROSKNIT" UNDERWEAR---Well made, neatly finished, always sells at 50c a garment. Sale price, per garment CO Bed Sheets FULL SIZED BED SHEETS Well made, seamed, ready fur use. Usual value 63c Sale price, each -13J Men's Underwear ONE BIG LOT OF MEN'S UNDERWEAR IN THE BAL BRIGGAN AND FANCY RIB BED Well made, all sizes. Worth 43c and 30c a garment. Sale price, garment 23 Bed Sheets BEST QUALITY BED SHEETS Seamless, wide hem, an extra good sheet at 73c. Sale price, each 59 Ford Hotel Grill Open every night until 12 o'clock. Merchants Lunch 1130 to 130 Short Orders from 7 a-in. to g p.m. DUTCH LUNCHES ALL HOURS. Private rooms for ladles or parties. BANQUETS or SPREADS for all occasions. THE CAR PACKED. A. A. Johns returned to Phoenix again yesterday morning and Secretary C'owgill of the board of trade, together with his force of helpers and aided by Mr. Johns, yes terday packed the Yavapai mineral ex hibit at the fair grounds and placed it in the big special baggage car, al ready pretty well filled with the agri cultural exhibits. I.ast evening the green things, potted plants and other shrubbery, were watered and this morning the cjir and Mr. C'owgill will leave for Albuquerque. 10 bars Uorax Soap Tuesday, JIcKee's Cash Store. 4 I--i-.t ..m ; ; I 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 ! I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 I i ! i I. I. i .1 in IHI I I 1 1 1 1 j. Standard Furniture Co. A complete line of New J. Crockery and Graniteware. and Second Hand Furniture, Rugs, T WE SELL FOR LESS Phone Main 337. S4-:iC W. Washington. 4-H"H llllllllll HI H"M"M I I 1 I 1 1 ! I I I 1 I 1 I I 1 I 1 M H t OPERATIONS DUQUESNE CO. An Interesting Story of What Might Have Been It is Coupled "Wit Ii a Hope That Former Plans May Yet be Carried Out. OUR SPECIALTY CORPS Our "Doctor of the Road"' has had three years' experience on the roads around Phoenix, thus assuring you a safe and pleasant ride. Our "Doctor on Rubber" has all the latest methods of repairing Inner tules by the steam process, thus saving you the price of a new tube when It only needs repairing. Our "Motor Doctor" has had ten years practical experience on the ails and cures of the auto, thus we are able to guarantee each and every operation performed by us. Why then trust your sick car In the hands of doctors who have had only a year or two practice? Wlur, you are paying for their experience. We have had that experience. All work guaranteed. "Good, or made good." : PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. Arthur Ainsworth, Manager. Op-n Day and Nighfc Phone Main 145. Cor. Fourth Ave. and Washington. Patagonia, Sept. VJ. (Special cor- Xl respondence of The Republican ) Next T week C. It. Wilson, the freighter, will A commence hauling to Patagonia for T shipment to El Paso smelters, ore X ' from the Duquesne mines about twen- i ty miles south of town. There is no work beins done at the Duquesne proerties and the ore to be siiipped is that which was in stock in the camp when the shut-down occurred al most a vear ago. The shipment will not amount to a i great deal. The item has its interest , onlv in that-it is a reminder of as ! hard a blow as was ever suffered by a young county, rich in undeveloped 'mineral wealth, at a time when dcvel jment of the mining industry was . about to be pushed on a larjie scale, i Few people outside of Santa Cruz county know of the .magnitude of the : work planned and actually commenced. 'And few even in Santa Cruz county I were aware of the widespread signifi icance of the work, or of the conflict ling influences that were at work for and against the big project. Few knew that here in Santa Cruz county work was being quietly pushed by the head of one of the greatest electrical manufacturing concerns in the world, to secure control of and develop cop per mines big enough and rich enough to free him from the clutches of the world's greatest trust the Standard Oil company. For years the Duquesne Mining and Reduction company, backed by George Westinghouse. had representatives in Santa Cruz county, buying copper claims in the Washington Camp dis trict. No property was developed, but claims were bought from pro.-pectofs and patented as- soon as possible. Scores of claims were bought in by the company and some seventy or seventy-five were patented and finally plans were made for the development of thi mines. The properties to be first developed were selected and the plans drawn up that would have re quired two years of work, at an ex pense of js.Oiio.OOO and furnishing em ployment for four or five hundred men. At the -end of the two years' work it was believed the mines would be in condition to oroduce ore and the smel ters would have been installed on the I Santa Cruz river, when active mining and smelting would have been com- ! menced, giving employment to several I thousand men. In a few years a big i Put the ore veins are here" and in time they will be developed. They are not all embraced In the groups of claims patented by the Duquesne com- pany. Prospect work has discovered i other big ore bodies in the same range ! of hills the Four Metals, the Three Rs, the Morning Glory and several oth ers. On the Patagonia slope of the Santa Rita mountains prospect work now being done is showing up other j big veins of ore; and though the dis appointment suffered by the disruption of the Duquesne company's plans was great and temporarily paralyzing in its l effects, the mining industry of this section of Arizona is bearing up un- ' der that disappointment and casting It off. When activity is resumed on a, larger scale there will be opened up j in this corner of the territory mines as big and rich as those that have made Pisbee and Cananea famous, THE HACKETT MARKET NEARING COMPLEJION It Will Be Ready for Business Some Time This Week. NEW PIANO STORE HAMILTON BROTHERS The well known Piano Tuners have leased the corner at 243 East Washington street, and will open up a first class Piano Store, handling the STEIXWAY and other first class makes. New and second hand Pianos bought and sold. In connection with our store we will have a COMPLETE REPAIR SHOP to overhaul old Pianos and make like new, such as repairing sound ing boards, restoring finish on cases, rebuilding action, etc. PIANOS FOR RENT Now is the time to have your Piano tuned and regulated. -lie-mcniber we are located at 243 East Washington St. Phone Red 2031. HAftllLTO The new Ilackett market, concerning which an extended mention was made RRRTHFRS w a a t0 a w now the almost deserted camp of Du- coui,1 ,,f aRO- ,nnw' rf",,,lv quesne and a large smelting town appr.mch.ng the stage of f.n.shed con would grow up amid the groves ,,f I '.otton and will be opened to the ..-.t.,.....,! :.,i -in..t trees on the I public some time this week. A visit me place now uiscioscs me line t y. i t v i r 7 X f J XM . M ' " BUGGIES We hove just big stock of the signs in the Huggies made. received a newest de-handsomest "WE CALL YOUR ATTEN- : TION TO THESE: A hand.-ome line of com bination Runabout and Top Buggies, with automobile seat, with detachable rail. Top taken off in two min utes, fenders put on and the handsomest runabout you ever saw Is ready for use. L'nion City and Deal makes specially seasoned stock for this climate. COLLINGS VEHICLE AND HARNESS CO. 2-4 East Adams St. Next to Adams Hotel. banks of the Santa Cruz river, cording to the best estimates could be made Westinghouse would j then bo in a position to furnish cop- j per for his big electrical manufactur ing house at about 7 cents per pound, and the mines and smelters in Santa j Crz county would supply millions of j pounds of the needed metal. The news- I papers in this section .were requested not to say much of the plans formu lated or of the work h;ing done, and tho occasional small paragraph that told of the doings of the. Jjuquesne company were not such as might give to the outside world an idea of the magnitude of he project, tint the master trust had been watching the operations of Westinghouse for many years, while the people of Santa Cruz county paid no particular attention to rumors of the battle of giants going on in the Industrial world. That seemed to be an affair of vital interest only in financial circles in the eeast and not at all likely to interfere with the development of Santa Cruz county mines. None here thought a year ago that the very rivalry that seemed to be bringing prosperity to the county would soon quash, temporarily, at I least, the great work that had been :just commenced. ,And the eagle, tak ing his morning vapor hath in the , clouds above the mountain peaks, had I to raise his eyes upward to read the ..ii.na 1 AutntA in T"1-! t 1 1 '1 nil 4- Nogales. Week after week the force J at the Duquesne camp increased and men, h'hh loan a je.u t-o, i i panic seems to havo been due and no doubt would have come if there had never been a mine In Arizona. The J crushing process was commenced. The embarrassment of the Westinghouse concern is matter of national his tory. Its temporary effect in Santa Cruz bounty is known only . In Santa X to tnat I counters in position, lacking only the tops ana the nrusning out 01 tne ue- bris accumulating during construction. JL The big refrigerator in all its depart- 1 4 ments is In good working order and;T the machinery that is to furnish the!., power is practically all in place. y There is yet a deal of cleaning up T to do. clearing out the shavings and4 polishing up and getting in the stink, j out all this will be attended to, ami j, some time during the week, the public will have an opportunity to step in side and look over what is recognized as the most complete plant of the sort in the west. It is a most creditable nntiinipivii ami shml'. Iha f 1 i t H i if tho promoters in the future of this city, j The first cost is enough to satisfy the financial ambitions of a lot of people T in this world, and the management has A indicated by its investment that it is "i here to conduct a market business that J. -H-HH-r-H-HH-HH Cruz county. t 1 will be second to none and be a per manent institution in the city. It will be one of the show places of Phoenix and all Phoenix people should look it over, first for their own satisfaction and secondly that they may not neglect to apprise newcomers of the existence of so perfect a plant. COFFEE Nothing: does more for a grocer, one way or the other, than coffee. He mustsell poor; (he'needn't sell it to you) it is good tHt makes him. Tour rrocer returns rout none U too dost Vkt JxbUHnt' Best. w mi bin I1 WELL, YES, IT DOES LOOK AS THOUGH YOU ARE INTER- ESTED I In The Navy and Admiral Evans' Articles About it j OUR ADV. IN THE REPUBLICAN SUNDAY CLEANED OUT OUR $ STOCK OF BROADWAY MAGAZINES FOR OCTOBER. t. WE HAVE MORE NOW, .THOUGH, WITH BOB EVANS' ARTICLE. 15 Post Office News Store, '. NEXT TO THE METHODIST CHURCH, SOUTH, ON CENTER ST. If