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f THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY 3IOKMXC;, OCTOP.ER fi, 1008.
THE CHANGES IN TWO DAYS Note Moving of the Check ers on the Board Joo O'Connell Still Leads But Fourth Contestant Takes Second l'lace. JOE O'CONNELL 5623 916 Grand Ave. STOVER ISAAC 5030 Phoenix. GEO. LUHRS, Jr 4375 Commercial Hotel. BIRDIE FOWLER 4330 143 South Third St. HAZEL SLANKARD 4051 337 West Harrison St. WALTER TWAY 3350 Mesa. MARY KERR 2125 529 E. Van Buren St. PAUL CORBELL 23S0 Tempe, Ariz. GERTRUDE MORRIS 2345 R. F. D. No. 2. ANNETTE EARLE 2049 137 South 2nd St. ROBERT HOLLY 1S30 R. F. D. No. 4. MAGGIE DOYLE 1760 R. F. D. No. 3. WALTER GEORGE 1700 628 North 10th Ave. BYRON BELLAS 1555 524 No. Third St. MILDRED MANLEY 1140 Tempe. Ariz. EUGENIA GUTHRIE 1100 Mesa City. CONCHA SOTO 670 902 North 2nd St. BERT HARTWELL 290 44 South Center St. The contestants yet to report are: GEORGIA EATON Kelvin. AIDEN FARRELL 233 East McKinley St. OLIVER KING .. 715 North 2nd St. FRANKLIN GIGAX R. F. D. No. 1. There ' was no lack of energy anil enthusiasm'- in the way the contest ants worked yesterday, and the raee for subscriptions was certainly lively for a few hours after school last night. The top line is still held by little hustling Joe O'Connell. Stover Isaac moves up to second place, fol lowed very closely by Fiirdie Fowler, who turned in the biggest number of votes. Hazel Slankard did the best work of the day. turning in over two thou sand points. Byron Bellas and Maggie Iyle ea'-h started their scores yes terday with substantial showings. Walter George is working hard, and though not a top liner yet. he will do wonders later, for he is persistent in his effc-rts Annette Erle aniL Rob ert Holly made good pains. Mesa did not send in reports, but the con testants there are working and they will ascend by jumps. Paul Corbell and Mildred Mauley at Tempe each went up the line for good gains. Others did some heavy work yester day, but did not turn in their points, preferring to make a bigger showing a little later. HELP CONTESTANTS. It is realized that the public is interested in these ambitious boys and girls and wishes to help them in their efforts to earn a scholarship that will give them an education 'which will be the great foundation to a successful start in life. All can help paying as many months as possible in advance for The Repub lican. Give the contestants your smiles and encouragement; it is easy to be pleasant and every one is de serving of your help. Any one inter ested in any particular contestant may subscribe for The Republican, and pay for as many months as wished, and credit the points to the one favored. $1,000 PIANO. The contestant that wins the piano will have something that will be a pride to the family, and will last for many lifetimes. It is one of the best parlor grand pianos manufactured, made by Vose & Sons, which name alone .stands for a guarantee. It was purchased of the Redewill Music com pany, where it will le on exhibition. Some boy or girl will win this u ith two months' work. Who is your fa vorite? Boost for him. A VICTOR MACHINE. The $30 Victor talking machine is now on exhibition at the Miller Sterling company store, where any one interested may see it and hear it play. It is a beautifully finished machine, and one of the best manufactured. in Arizona. Both Lamson's Business College, and the Phoenix Business College and Academy, have establish ed reputations for excellence In the class of work taught, and their grad uates have been highly successful, no mutter where they went. There are no business colleges on the Pacific coast that are superior to these two, Two scholar hips in each of these in stitutions are among the premiums to be earned In the contest. There are several scholarships in the Arizona School of Music, that par ticular attention Is called to.' The school Is housed In one of the most beautiful edifices in Arizona. The members of the faculty are musicians of note and most of them have stud ied music abroad as well as beinc graduates of the foremost musical schools in America. Here are the prizes as announced so far, that will be. distributed .at the closo of the contest to (he hustlers: A KIRST SCHOLARSHIP IN THE ARIZONA SCHOOL. OF MUSIC, A SECOND SCHOLARSHIP IX THK ARIZONA SCHOOL OF. MUSIC. A FIRST SCHOLARSHIP JN THE rHOEXIX , Bl'SIXKSS ..COLLEGE AND ACADKMY. - A SIX'OXl) SCHOLARSHIP THK PHOENIX Bl'SIXKSS COC LLCE AND ACADEMY. A FIRST SCHOLARSHIP IN LAM SON'S BCSIXKSS COLLEGE. A SECOND SCHOLARSHIP BX LA.MSON'S BCSINESS COLLEGE. A FREE ROCND TRIP TO YO SEMITE VALLEY. ANOTHER FREE Rol'XD TRIP TO YOSEMITH VALLEY. , A VOSE "ISA MY"- OR "HOME" GRAND PIANO, WORTH $l(i"0. (OX EXHIBITION IN A FEW DAYS AT REDEW1LLS MCSIC STORK.) A $30 VICTOR TALKING MA CHINE. (ON EXHIBITION IN A FEW DAYS AT MILLER-STERLING COMPANY'S STORE.) Other announcements later. The credits for now subscriptions and renewals will count as follows: New Old Subs. Subs. , . f0 votes 40 votes 121 votes 2"1 votes 27U votes 35 votes 4 in votes filpl votes fiji) votes Tin votes Son votes ?0 votes 1100 votes S2E2C3H 1 Month Subscriptions 2 Months " 3 Months " 4 Months " a Months " 6 Months " 7 Months " 5 Months " 9 Months " in Months " 11 Months " 12 Months " 93 votes lfiO votes 213 votes 2 Si votes 340 votes 423 votes r.i0 votes 571 votes fill votes 720 votes S'lO votes CONCERNING THE WILD WEST Features Which Are Promised With Buffalo Bill's Wild West and j Rough Risers. It is announceJ that Buffalo Bill has prepared an entirely new exhibition for his home-coming tour, after four years abroad. While, of course, the general style of the exhibition will be the same, there will be a change of scenic fea tures, differing from any ..that have been seen with the show during the twenty-five years it has been before ' the public. Col. Wm. F. Cody, the last of the great scouts, will npix-sr in the saddle at every performance, leading , his congress of rough riders in srujje ; remarkable exhibitions of expert honse jmanshlp. The1 chief scenic feature will be The Battle of Summit Springs, a i reproduction of one of the deciding conflicts in Indian warfare; a battle in ; which Col. Cody participated and in 'which he shot and killed Chief Tall I Bull. Another pantomimic will be The Great Train Hold-up. in which will be ; depic ted the robbery of a train; a prac tical engine, cars and a realistic and ! true-to-life representation of one of , the many scenes of lawlessness which the west has known. In A Hobday at T. E. Ranch will be pictured the plea , sures and pastimes of the plainsman, ( cowboy sports and a dance upon the ; green. The contrast to this scene of peaceful revelry will be shown In a ' sudden attack by Indians. The rough I riders contingent will display the:n . solves in difficult feats of hnrscman i ship, hazardous exhibitions of skill and ja diverting and exhilarating routine of i equestrian cxportness and daring. In i short there is no other entertainment .like Buffalo Bill's Will West anil after j twenty-five years before the public it i is more popular than ever, ami Is in i every way bettor equipped than it has ever been before. PIONEER ROLL PAPER COMPANY Lands Another Big Contract. The sales manager of the Pioneer Roll Paper company. Los Angeles. Cal ifornia, says that they have recently completed a contract on the Santa Fc round house at San Bernardino, Cali fornia, on which Pion.-er Rubber Sand ed Roofing was used. : This round house is the largest in i the west, the roof containing 70.000 square feet of surface space requiring 700 rolls of roofing to cover. The Pioneer Roll Paper company will be glad to send their booklet "Roof Talk," free upon request. THE PREMIUMS. A $1100 piano, made by the famous Boston piano builders, Vose and Sons, won bv two months work, is not to lie had very often in one's life. This is one of the finest pianos ever brought into Arizona, and will be on exhibition at the Redewill Music com pany store, where it was purchased. The $30 Victor talking machine is on exhibition at the Miller-Sterling com pany store, wlutre it can be seen ut any time, and the contestants are in vited to go in there and hear it play. Nothing Is of so great a value to a boy or girl as an education. This is an age of specialization, and the schol arships offered by The Republican in this contest, are in the best colleges BOUGHT A FARMDan McKinney yesterday bought through the agency of Henry & Costley a forty-acre tract lying near Glendale at 1110. About a year ago O. A. Grant from whom the purchase was made paid $110 for the land. Newspapers from all sections of Uni ted States. Postoffice News Store. Artistic, clean, smooth, pleasant shave, 10 cents, hair cut, 23 cents, 120 N. 1st St., M. Pelosa. ; O rr For Rale, pears 21-2 cents a pound." Krouskop'g Grocery, Five Points. o Piano tuning, red 2031, Hamilton Bros. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST, 1908. DAILY COUPON. Score One Point for Contestant Named Below. Name DIRECTIONS Write name of pupil favored for a scholarship on dotted line, and forward coupon to Scholarship Manager, Republican office. Phoenix. Arizona. THIS CoFPON VOID IF NOT VOTED BY NOV. 1, 1!0S. This Store will be closed Monday All Dayj On Account of Holiday mmitn eifu"iw.; i.mm'.Ji iu' ' iiiiijwwtujujhw i n. j ,m n.m uki... jrfi,tfai, iit-xr : - ' i ii.Tir fiio turn i diiiiiK.i.i i This Store will be closed Monday All Day On Account of Holiday 25c Black Merc. Sateen Tuesday 15c Per Yard IT'S A BEAUTY, TO BE SURE. Full yard wide Black Sateen, extremely lustrous, good weight, the most pronounced 23c value you ever saw, special Tuesday only at, yard lo Drawn Work A LARGE LOT OF JAP. DRAWN WORK Fresh, clean goods, consisting of Squares, Dresser Scarfs and Tray Cloths, values ranging from $1.73 to $2.23 Tuesday, choice SI. -18 25c Pair Huck Towels Tuesday 15c Per Pair 100 DOZ. OF HEMMED HUCK TOWELS Just a little imperfect, good size, red borders, the kind always sold at 23c per pair not more than 1 dozen to each purchaser Tuesday at, pair 13 Broadcloth Bargain A. LATE SHIPMENT OF 50 INCH ALL WOOL BROAD CLOTH Satin finished, In black, navy, myrtle and brown, just the cloth for a dainty Tai lor Suit, best $1.23 value Tues day at the special price of, yard 98c Napkins ONE LOT OF BLEACHED DINNER NAPKINS 20 inches square, about :!0 dozen alt told Tuesday, 1 dozen limit to ev erybody, at 49c Doz. The New York Store Full of "Regal" Glory WE HAVE RECEIVED THE FIRST SHIPMENT OF NEW FALL REGALS AND A HANDSOMER STOCK OF STYLISH SHOES YOU'VE NEVER LAID EYES ON. Be gal style means a Rood ileal more than the mere surface style of some shoes you see it means that your Itcgals arc reproduced exactly from the newest models of the exclusive custom bootmakers of New York and London. And the custom style of Kognls stays till the shoes are worn out that's because it's built in by the most skillful shoemakers in the world. The Pennine comfort of Regal quarter-sizes is some thing you will feel Just as long as you wear your Kegals. Ail leathers, in either button or blucher effects; hl.ft k. grey. tan ami ox blood in well as fancy tops. plain as $3.50 to $5.00 OUR NEW FALL LINE OF B0YS' SHOES is here. We are proud of them, to say the least. Better kinds than we have been in the habit of carrying. De pendable uppers, strong- soles and every pair made to fit. They come in straight lace and blucher styles. Leathers are vicl kid, box and vclour calf. All sizes in cither black or tan. $1.50 to $3.09 New Scrims HAVE A LOOK TUESDAY AT THOSE ELABORATELY PRINTED CURTAIN SCRIMS. The colorings and color combi nations are a perfect dream, 40 inches wide and priced remark ably low at, yard 25c Silkolines THE MOST VARIED ASSORT MENT OF SILKOLINES IS HERE. Small and large flow ered designs, dark anil light ef fects. In an almost unlimited variety of colorings. 125 pieces to select from. Fancies sell at 12 lie, and solid colors at 10c Yard Cut Corner Bed Spreads Tuesday at $1.59 A BARGAIN FULL OF MEANING. Large size Honey Comb lSol Spreads, with cut corners, fringed, just right for iron beds, a $.'.i0 value beyond a. shadow of d.oubt. For this day only at SI. 59 Women's Hosiery A DAINTY 'LOT OF LISLE HOSIERY With spliced heels and toes, elastic top, in such popular colors as sky blue, gar net, nile, drab, tan, brown and myrtle, excellent values at .1 3c all sizes Tuesday at, pr 25? 16 Button Length Kid Cloves Tuesday $2.99 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR NEW FALL LINE OF KID GLOVES. Husiness must begin with a rush that's why we arc offering today our regular $n.3l assortment of elbow length Kid Gloves at considerable re duction. They conic in black, white, navy, green, brown, tan, grey and red, every size you may want, Tuesday at, choice S2.09 New Galatea 30 PIECES OF NEWEST PAT TERNS GALATEA CLOTH "Ilyd-.grade," light and dark foundations with stripes, dots and figures, the Fame grade others sell at 20c here at, yard 15c I Table Damask 60-INCH BLEACHED TABLE DAMASK Nice and firm, quite a few pretty patterns to choose from special Tuesday at, yard 25c Women's Outer Garments Our Long Suit New Tailored Suits We have received several ship ments of advance styles in Tui-lor-Mnde Suits. Tl.y disclose all the latest fancies. Promi nent among them are the "1)1 rectoire" Americanized models. Shades are garnet, green, brown and navy, plain and herring bone effects. ?i -length Coat Styles prevail. Trimmings con sist of fancy braids as well as satin. When in Tuesday have a look. Moderately Priced ji V i ! ' J wry New "Direct oIreM Waists The picture to your left gives you a hint of the prevailing styles. These garments are ryade of fine White Linen. The neatest affairs with long sleeves you ever saw. $1.25 to $1.75 ONE LOT OF LINEN SUITS In white and various colors, formerly sold up to $12.50 Tuesday at, choice S3.00 JUST ABOUT 10 OF EX TREMELY ELABORATE SILK PETTICOAT S Pleated and ruffled in profusion, values ranging from $2U to $40 Tues day only at USB i iTK DIRtCTOtRt' lA Less Women's Vests HERE IS LAST CALL ON SUMMER UNDERWEAR. We still have about 10 dozen of fine lace trimmed Vests, low neck and sleeveless, armholes and neck taped, garments well worth 20c each, which go Tues day at 12c Each Bed Spreads ANOTHER LOT ,0F THOSE $1.25 HEMMED BED SPREADS, full size, many new patterns, underpriced Tuesday for 99c Fall 1908 Styles "Hawes" $3.00 Hats Hats of the latest vogue. For every face, figure and fancy . We offer all the latest styles in both stiff and soft Hajs with the broad "money -back" guarantee of better all-around hat satisfaction than comes with hats offered at nearly twice the $S price. AT THIS STORE ONLY. Children's' Hosiery "PEERLESS" BLACK STOCK INGS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Very elastic, strictly seamless, sizes TiK to 9'i remarkably low priced at, pair 15 65c Pair Large Turkish Towels Tuesday 45c i A DAINTY LOT OF BLEACHED TURKISH TOWELS Hemmed, heavy weight, slightly imperfect, far better than most ?5c Turkish Towels Tues day at the extremely low price of, pair 17C Cotton Flannel 10 PIECES OF UNBLEACHED COTTON FLANNEL Rather light weight, Tuesday at the small price of, yard 5c Lace Curtains A NEW LOT OF NOTTING HAM LACE CURTAINS Va rious pretty designs, 2 yards long and well worth 63c spe cial Tuesday at, pair 49c Postal Cards COMIC AND SCENIC POSTAL CARDS Quite a large variety to choose from, regular 2 for 3c. values Tuesday 2 for lc First Authoritative Showing OF FALL STYLES FOR MEN HighArtSophomore And now we are ready for YOU with a stock equally as large as heretofore with fabrics, cov ering the whole gamut of men's tastes, from the high fancy patterns so desired by "young ish" fellows, to the quieter, rich effects for conservative dress ers. Styles beginning at the standard and popular sack coat to the ultra 2-button garment n ,r -s '"!! --- -- -- i t y. .3-.. ' n 1 . r STROUSE , ' s? ,. EROS. l.-. J ITi-aore h '.J " ' l CM Collegian Clothes with center vent and creased side seams with any grade you may choose from, no matter how low the price, absolutely dependable in quality of cloth and workmanship, and prices, us always, fairest and least for finest and most! $15.00 to $35.00 Toweling New Cotton Crash full bleach ed, IS inches wide, suitable for kitchen purposes at the spe cial price of, yard Nainsook FINE WHITE NAINSOOK 10 inches wide, short lengths rang ing from 10 to 20 yards, worth off the bolt fully 20c yard for one day at, yard 11c Sheets READY-FOR-USE BED SHEETS Full double-bed size. 81-90, torn and ironed, broad hem, of splendid "Columbia" mills cotton, can't be duplicated at 75c here only each 65c