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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY 3IOHXING, NOVE3MK11 21, -1908.
.3 HO FINISH III SIGHT First Four Still Keep Close Together O'COffiLL JUMPS TWICE Oliver King Has a Birthday Today and Expects a Few SubscriptionsTwelve Con testants Added to Their Scores Yesterday STOVER ISAAC 31401 Phoenix. JOE O'CONNELL 33525 916 Grand Ave. GEO. LUHRS, JR 33196 Commercial Hotel. HAZEL SLANKARD 33352 337 West Harrison St. MAGGIE DOYLE 26S89 R. F. D. No. 3. PAUL CORBELL 16644 Tempe, Ariz. MILDRED MANLEY 16016 Tempe, Ariz. BIRDIE FOWLER 14446 143 South Third St " EUGENIA GUTHRIE 13381 Mesa City. ANNETTE EARLE 12469 137 South 2nd St. MARY KERR 12462 523 E. Van Buren St. ROBERT HOLLY 12202 R. F. D. No. 4. WALTER TWAY ......... .12022 Mesa. GERTRUDE MORRIS ...... 10243 R. F. O. No. 2. OLIVER KING 6096 715 North 2nd St. WALTER GEORGE ..-6070 628 North 10th Ave. CONCHA SOTO 3886 902 North 2nd St GEORGIA EATON - -3424 Kelvin. - BYRON BELLAS 2302 524 No. Third St LEE ROBERTS -16S7 Wickenliurg. MABEL NOFZINGER 1093 Isaac District. DANA GILBERT 060 Wickenburg. Hurrah for Saturday anil a big day's business in the contest line. As -the weeks for work in this department are becoming few the hustlers are Increas ing their activity, particularly on Sat urdays. Today it is predicted will be a big day. Most of the contestants that were in the office last night were optoinistic over prospects for today. It will be interesting to . look up the scores Sunday morning because changes are very likely to occur. Peo ple everywhere are getting deeply in terested in the probable outcome of the ones they are supporting. HELP FOR CONTESTANTS ' All those wlio are delinquent may give much help, because the payment on the old subscription due will count as well as the advance payment, in other words such advance payments will double In credits for all paid in advance, as far as is due in arrears. For this reason, the contestants are particularly invited to collect all due subscriptions as well as advance sub scriptions. The contestants will be given information on accounts due, be cause as contestants they are regular authorized subscription agents, and may collect as much as possible. It is a good chance for delinquents to help boost a favorite hustler. A BIRTHDAY Oliver King, one of the most earnest hustlers in the contest, but who has not had the best luck because he is a comparatively new resident in the city, will be fourteen years old today. If anyone wants to give a birthday pres ent that will most please Oliver, It can best be done by sending in a subscrip tion or renewal iu his fa or today. JOE GOES UP TWO Joe has gotten tired of staying" down the list so yesterday he did the work 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 At dotted line, and forward coupon to Scholarship Manager, Republican office, Phoenix, Arizona. THIS COUPON VOID IP NOT VOTED BY DEC. 1. 1908. that landed him within one of the top notch. Georgia Eaton of Kelvin was another to show big results, and is running close to Concha Soto. She will soon be up to the four thousand mark. LIST OF PREMIUMS. A FIRST SCHOLARSHIP IN TIIE ARIZONA SCHOOL, OF MUSIC. - A SECOND SCHOLARSHIP IN THE ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC. A FIRST SCHOLARSHIP IN THE PHOENIX BUSINESS COLLEGE AND ACADEMY. A SECOND SCHOLARSHIP IN THE PHOENIX BUSINESS COL LEGE AND ACADEMY. A FIRST SCHOLARSHIP IN LAM SON'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. A SECOND SCHOLARSHIP IN LAMSON'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. A FREE ROUND TRIP TO YO SEMITE VALLEY. ANOTHER FREE ROUND TRIP TO TOSEMITE VALLEY.- A VOSE "BABY" OR "HOME GRAND PIANO, WORTH 11,000. (ON EXHIBITION AT REDEWILL'S MU SIC STORE.) A $50 VICTOR TALKING MA CHINE. (ON EXHIBITION AT MILLER-STERLING CO.'S STORE. Other announcements later. The credits for new subscriptions and renewals will count as follows: New Old 1 Month Subs. Subs. Subscriptions .. CO votes 40 votes 2 Months...." 120 votes 95 votes 3 Months...." 200 votes 1R0 votes 4 Months ' 270 votes 215 votes 5 Months...." 350 votes 280 votes 6 Months " 440 votes 340 votes 7 Months...." 530 otes 425 votes 8 Months " 620 votes 500 votes 9 Months...." 710 votes 570 votes 10 Months " 800 votes 640 votes 11 Months " 900 votes 720 votes 12 Months " 1000 votes 800 votes Each Additional. . Month 100 votes 80 votes E To Celebrate Opening Of Beet Sugar Factory EVERYBODY IS INVITED ONE LEGGED Mi COULD NOT SAY SARSAPARILLA Jack Doe Gives Up When Marshal Moore Puts Him Through the Catechism, Four Fat Corn-Fed Steers Will Be Slaughtered and a Glorious Time Expected Prominent Speakers Will Talk About Sugar Beets Jack Doe hoppii into the imlicc sta tion yesterday on one leg because that is all he has. He was charged wltlt drunkenness but protested violently that Yin was Just as sober as any one present not excluding a newspaper re porter. " 'M sobr's you are," he said to the city niarshall. "All right." said Marshall Moore. "Say 'sarsaparilla.' " "S'priliy." "Now say, 'the police of Leith re lcaseth thee.' " "Lock me tip." said Jack. "A one-legged man should never kick at the majesty of the law," said the marshal sagely, as he entered Jack Doe on the police blotter. Very finest potatoes. $1.50 per cwt. by the sack. McKee's. One week from today the biggest barbec ue ever held in Maricopa county will be given in Glendulc to celebrate the opening of the sugar beet factory and for one day all of Phoenix and everybody from the surrounding coun try who can get there are Invited to become the guests of Glendale. The unusual feature of the barbecue l:i that everything will be free. By this it is not meant that the barbecue alone will cost the visitor nothing but it will be impossible after Ulendale Is reached, for a visitor to send a five cent piece. He can't even pay for a bottle of "sarFwirilIa" but he can have ail of it he wants for nothing. Special inducements will be made to all visitors from other parts to Join in the barbecue and look over the big sugar factory for themselves. They will be taken care of by the committee in charge and will soon be made to fcH rcrfectly at home. Four of the fattest corn -fed steers have been selected to adorn the table and furnipti the basis of a solid meal. If four are not enonerh more will be provided, for the barbecue will be car- I ried to its finish with a lavish hand and expense will not be considered till ! after it Is all over. , Beside the barbecued meats there ! will be such good things as the farm ing country ahout Glendale provides and there will be plenty for everyone. The barbecue will start about 12:30 p.m. Saturday, November 28. Speaking by prominent visitors and citizens will begin at 2 p.m. Final arrangements for the barbecue have not yet bcn made as far as the program of speak ers is concerned and the naming of committees. The afternoon will be iassed In playing games of various sorts and prises will be distributed to the win ners in them. In fact everything will be done by the committees to insure a grand success of the day and make everyone who attends feel that he has had the time of his life. Next Saturday all of the roads will lead to Glendale. Early In the morning even before the sun Is up the roads from neighboring villages and from the farming district about Phoenix, will fee crowded with teams bringing the farmers to tho barbecue. " Some will ride horseback and others will go in carriages. Besides the farmers who are particularly interested in the wel fare of the sugar plant because of the opportunity it will give them for rais ing and disposing of . the lucrative beet, a large contingent of residents of Phoenix will attend. To accommodate them a special train will be run over the Santa Fe with a probable charge of 50 cents for the round trip. The The train will leave in the morning and return late in the afternoon though the exact hours of departure nnd return have not yet been settled. In addition to the train many will drive over and another contingent will join In the motor run called by Pres ident Bullard of the Auto club. Many owners of automobiles have signified their intention r.f joining in the run. Posters advertising the barbecue will be out next week and further arrange ments for the entertainment of all will be announced. NEW MEXICO ON FIRE. El Paso, Nov. 20. An area of 500 square acres of grazing land lying north of Roswell Is on fire and ranch ,men In the burning country are fight ing with backfires to save their homes. No loss of life has been re ported yet. WHY DONT YOU TRYf Why don't you try to be happy? That is, if you are weak and nerv ous, why don't you try Sexlne Pills? They are the best tonic in the world, simply because they are the best for any form of nerve weakness in men and women. Price 31 a box; six box es J5. with full guarantee. Address or call on Elvey Hulett, whrre they sell ail the principal remedies and do not si:b: titutc. Absolutely pure aklong Fowl Made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar. Royal gives to food that pecu liar lightness, sweetness, and delicious flavor noticed in, the finest bread, cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc., which expert pas try cooks declare is unobtain able when any other leavening agent is used. ROYAL BAKINO POWOtR CO., NEW VORK Thomas A. Edison Says He Has Re tired from Money Making. The November American Magazine contains an extraordinary character sketch of. and interview with, Thomas A. Edison, the inventor. A short time ugo it was announced that Mr. Edison was about to retire. On this point the writer in the Amer ican Magazine reports: "When we met the other day I re ferred to the newspaier reHrts I had seen. " 'I thought you had retired and that you were looking for fun?" " 'Me?' he answered. 'Why, I have retired, and I'm having the fun of my life " 'I've retired.' he said, 'from money making. That's what I have been trying to escaie from. Now I'm free and I'm going to have some fun. Money has got me into all the trouble I've ever had. If you want lies and entanglements and trouble, just go in for money making. If you want to meet rascals and have friends turn out bad, get into business! No, I don't like the crowd or the game. 1 don't see how any man can go in for j money making as a real business in J life. It would kill me. I don't need (.much of anything personally, but I've had to have a lot of money for my work. It's come, somehow, and now Tve got all I need, and all I want and I've retired.' "'And you're having fun?' " 'Yes, I'm having the fun of my life steering clear of anything that has any money making connected with it. I'm trying some chemical experi ments. For years I've been making notes I've got a lot of books up there filled with suggestions which I've been planning to work out as soon as I could get the time. Now I'm going at them not to make money but just to find out thinrrs. I'm going to put a' lot of things together and take 'em apart and see what the result is. That's the greatest fun in the world.' " Very finest potatoes, $1.50 per cwt. by the sack. McKee's. Real Roses :n Gold. Roses in a factory! Real roses, mind you, pink and soft and delicate petaled, roses svnding out their ex quisite garden fragrance among the orods of oil and leather and acid, roses with drops of dew jeweling their half uncurlatl leaves, Killarneys and, American Beauties and Marcchiel Niels standing in jar after Jar among belts and tool benches and electro chemical baths, real roses for the basic material which this curious fac tory converts into metal rose-bud hat pins for Milady to pin hen fluffy tulle hat securely on her pretty head. Perhaps you've seen them in the city metal rose-bud hatpins in the big jewelry stores, wonderfully accu rate and true to nature and have wondered how the artist secured such faithful reproductions. But they are the work of no silver smiths. There is just one place in the world that turns ou these metalized rose buds, and that is a little factory in North Chicago. Here the perfumed roses come fresh every morning from the green houses, hundreds of them at a time, some barely ojiened, some with two or three leaves curled back, some closed tight and smooth in their long green calyxes. Here the roses go through a new and interesting pro cess that turns them into metal, hard ening them beyond possibility of de struction, and reproducing every vein and leaf and roughness of calyx, be yond chance of change. From Golden Ghosts of Roses, December Technical World Magazine. s f , I mmJLm r-frT H I 1 SY -Yf I f3 D) NDIAMONDaBRO. ) ) ) u J . phoenix. ariz; . 5y PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST MSCALL PATTERNS AND I THANKSGIVING PRICES ON NEEDED THINGS Saturday r Sid mm and All Next Week We Offer Indies' Handkerchiefs, scalloped edge, embroidered;-a reg ular 25c value, special -15 Pure Linen Hemstitched real narrow or medium hem 25e finality. Special 15j Indies' Handkerchiefs, made of white cross bar, linen fin ish, sheer quality lawn, narrow hem. Special We cannot begin to describe our magnificent showing of New Belts, Bags and Trimming Jewelry. Belt Buckles, Pins, etc. Without a doubt, then, is nothing in this line but what you'll find here. Every new shape, every new color and all priced with a view to quick selling. Our windows show a partial number from our big stock. One lot of wide Silk Ribbon for Sashes, Bows, etc., 4 and 5 inches wide, worth up to 25c a yard. Special-: . '. . J0 Women's Gauze Lisle Hose, black and tan, spliced heel and toe, 35c value. Special 19 Boys' and Girls' Ribbed Hose in black only, sizes 5ii to 9'.i, 15c values. Special g 13 Ladies' Short Girdle Corsets, splendidly taped, rufiled gar ters attached, 75c values. Special --.39 Hair Nets in big variety of colors, 25c and 35c--values. Special fvl5? SET SNUG UNDERWEAR. Owing to the style of Gowns this sea son it is necessary that your Under wear fit perfectly. We call your at tention to the SET SNUG conies in bleached pure white, light or heavy weight, and the ' price, per garment. is Kn Buy Pillow Cases Now !' Splendid quality, 36x42, regular l'VJc value; extra special per pair H 1"2 t Distinctive Clothes ' of Men for $18 T. f These Suits are made by America's leading tailors and are' in the very latest styles; fabrics of the newest designs and colors. We have placed about 128 of these Suits In one lot for your choosing, and they are worth to $25.00. Today and Thanksgiving week, your choice S1S.00 BUY THAT BOY one of our $5.00 Suits. They are made of good strong materials in . new fall designs; all sizes, with two pair of pants. A whirling, whistle free with each suit, for S3.00 THANKSGIVING is always' a show time for Table Linens and justly so, for on that day there is nothing so necessary for the finishing touch of that great big Turkey Dinner Note our inducements in the Linen Section. Bookfold Napkins, mercerized. Size 22 Inches, beautiful patterns, $2.00 values. Thanksgiving special, per dozen .' $1.69 Bookfold. Napkins, all pure linen, silver bleached, 24 -inch, a number of patterns to select from. $3.00 values. Thanksgiving special, per dozen S2.45 Damask Napkins, 24 inches wide, handsome de signs, full bleach, $2.75 value. Thanksgiving special ..,., $2.15 Napkins of German Linen, ready hemmed, will give splendid service, $2.25 regular value. Thanks giving special, per dozen S1.69 90-inch Shamrock Linen, beautiful floral designs, regular $3.00 value. Thanksgiving special, per yard S2.25 Unbleached German Table Linen, 72 inches wide, comes in different designs, all new patterns. Worth 7f.C Thanksgiving secial 40J Beautiful Linen Sets, . consisting of Table Cloth and one dozen Napkins, different designs, hem stitched and worth $8.50, $10.00 and $12.50. Thanksgiving special $7.65. S8.98. $11.25 72-inch Satin Damask, full breached, variety of new patterns to select from, regular $1.00 value. Thanksgiving speclul 60 Pure Bleached Damask, satin finished, full two yards wide, would be reasonable at $1.50 per yard. Thanksgiving special 99 Knotted Fringe, All Linen Dresser Scarfs, drawn design center, size 17x41 a splendid 50c value. Thanksgiving sDoclal ' Battennurg Center Piece, a splendid $2.00' value. Thanksgiving special -SI. 25 Beautiful Towels, knotted, fringed or hemmed, pure white and a $1.25 pair value. Thanksgiving l. i mmw' fif IB We Bought 5760 of These Glasses Just exactly like the pictures shown; come in two designs, and are worth double what we ask. Saturday and Thanksgiving week 50 A DOZEN No phone orders, no C. O. D. and limit one dozen to a customer. See window. $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00 Tailored Suits for $18.50 The styles are correct. The colorings are beautiful, while the workmanship is absolutely perfect in every detail. It is the desire of the BOSTON STORE that every woman visit this popular section, and as an extra inducement we offer today your choice of about 28 Tailor Suits made of striped worsteds no two alike, as these were sample suits sent us for approval. They are in izes for misses and women. In the new fall effects and colorings. Positively worth $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00 today only we offer your choice with free alteration for --S1S.50 Ladies' Hats at $4.90 Beautiful styles, handsomely trimmed and splendidly made, and worth up to $10.00. There are only about 30 of these Hats. Choice today S4.90 SPLENDID UNDERWEAR VALUES. Women's Vests or Pants, bleached, pure white, in winter weight. These garments are standard goods and worth 45c a garment. At the Boston Store today 29 See Our Win- dows . v The ( Prices . I, J Tell U The , Story STYLISH SHOES FOR THANKSGIVING. We have just received an up-to-date line of Ladies' High and Low Shoes, in patent corona kid, vici, etc., in all the new shades of tan and black; band turned or hand welt extension soles. All the very newest toes and lasts. You can positively save $1.50 on every pair of high grade shoes in (f 5 J? A Inlying here. We can prove it to you if you look at these at.