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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MOKXIXCi, NOVEMBER 21, 1908. THE REAL DEVIL IS TO VISIT PHOENIX THEATERGOERS MAY COMPARE HIS WORK WITH THAT OF HIS IMITATORS The New York Devil Is So Good the Japanese Have Provided H'lm With An Understudy. He Must Be Great. V.'ith all the pirated anil distorted versions of the Devil that have been shown the public all over the country, there is no real way that we in the west can really judge the merits of the play as it has been presented in the east and in New York in particular, except that we be so lucky as to see a presentation of the original manuscript. The Henry Savage version that waa made by Oliver Hereford has been the one that has caused the .most laughs and that has been treated In the more humorous vein. This performance has . had more to do with the great talk and the tremendous business that the play has done than any one other thing, and has been the version that all the com panies have tried to get hold of to do. Rut a tight grasp has been kept on it, and the first company with the original words and business Is due to play the Klks theater with it on Tuesday night, Nov. 21. The members of the company are all eastern players and the leading man. Mr. Harry Leighton is not a stranger here as he played The Prisoner of Zenda here five years ago. Mr. Leigh ton Is of a distinguished English fam ily, and his father years ago managed the theater in Singapore. He was for some time the leading man with Rob ert Mantell and has always held posi tions that show his worth. The rest of the cast is fully up to his standard, and the performance will give us a chance to see if the play has really been worth all the fuss that has been made over it. Phoenix has seen one version here, but it was not the real one, so those who are to talk with any degree of knowledge about it, must post them selves with this one. Of rather unusual interest is the fact that the cast contains a real Japanese playing the servant The claim is that the gentleman Is studying the theatri cal conditions of this country and that he is something of a big manager in his own home; that he intends to ab sorb all he can here, and take his ideas back and use them in his flowery king dom. It would be interesting to read some of the press matter that he will supply his local papers with. It would pay our managers to send some one over and study that. The business of this play still contin ues to be enormous in. the east and the rage for it seems to show no in clination to die mit. That it hits peo ple in their weakest spots and makes fun of all their little favorite vices, only seems to make them en.loy it the more, and this Is the opportunity to see that which is making all New York laugh and applaud. learn about are too unimportant and colorless to make them worth consid ering. But if there is a real ghost wandering around loose he now has a fine opportunity to earn $10,000. All that is necessary for him to undergo successfully the tests prescribed. Meanwhile the air is full of psychical and telepathic terms strange to the ear of the layman such as telekelnsls, elon gation, levitation and other equally ghostly v.ords. THE BEARS IN CONTROL COLLAPSING PRICES On the Ruins an Upward Movement Was Started. New York. Nov. 20. The reaction ary forces which have been gathering strength in the stock market for sev eral rinvs caused a shurn fall in nrirps headway that it led to a strong up ward reaction in the latter part of the day on the assumption that the weak accounts had been cleared away. There was no change in the favorable nature of news from all points, of the progress of industry and business toward restoration. Bonds were easy. Total sales were of the par value of $4,444,000. V. S. bonds were unchanged on call. STOCKS. New York, Nov. 20. Amalgamated Copper 84. American Smelting St', Atchison 954. St. Paul 14S. New York Central 116. Pennsylvania 129V4, read ing 1374. Southern Pacific IIS; Union Pacific 1818, U. S. Steel 5H. pfd. 113. GRAIN. Chicago, Nov. 20. Nervousness characterized trading In the wheat pit and prices fluctuated over a range of one cent. The prevailing tendency was toward higher prices. The mar ket closed strong with prices near the top, with December at $1.C4 and May at $1.08. GHOSTS ARE VALUABLE. The latest quotations on ghosts show that a real spook is worth $10,000 in cash to any one who tan produce him and put him or her through paces which will absolutely establish his au thentically beyond the question of a doubt. Only a few months ago Clark University offered $5.0nr, for the cap ture of a. real ghost. Now the Metro politan Psychical society in this city has offfered an equal sum for a ghost that caj count up to twenty. All that a ghostvias to do to get this money for the medium by whom he is controlled for a ghost obviously couldn't use the money is to be successful in one simple test. This test consists in en abling the medium to tell how many oranges from a bag containing twenty have been poured on a table, the me dium not to look at the table. So far the net results show that lemons should have been chosen, for famous mediums as "Bright Kyes." "Princess," and "Big Chief" have not been able to inteiest their ghostly adorers in the matter. The psychical society, however, is per fectly serious in its offer, as is Clark University in its. President Stanley Hall of the latter Institution is appar ently a bit of a skeptic in this matter, however, if one may judge from an ar ticle on spooks which he contributes to Appleton's magazine. In it he cites his test, the reading of a sealed and hid den letter, and asserts that after long investigation he finds the alleged acts of such spooks as he has been able to METALS. New York, Nov. 20. Sot tin was unchanged at 137 in Indon and futures were lower at 138 17s 6d. Locally the market was sasy at $30.12Ai 30.37U. Copper was unchanged at 63 2s 6d in Iondon and futures declined to 64. Locally the market was weak and nominally unchanged. Silver 49; Mexican dollars 43. o IT IS INBELIEVEABLE THINKS MR. CANNON That Mr. Taft Should Organize the House. Undertake to Danville. Nov. 20. Speaker Cannon's attention was today called to a story sent out from Hot Springs, Va, that Mr. Taft would oppose Mr. Cannon's re-election to the speakership on the ground that "Uncle Joe" would not undertake In good faith, a revision of the tariff. Mr. Cannon said: "I don't believe the president-elect will undertake to or ganize the house. In common with the president, I endorse the republican na tional platform and am entirely will ing to abide by the action of the re publican caucus to determine the or ganization of the house. The foundation of robust health is what is allowed to enter the mouth. The more I Simple IUC U1CL, iuo U1UIC perfect the health. 133 BIOiS WHEAT FLAKE CELERY is plain, pure ana wholesome, easily digested, prevents con stipation. For Sale by all Grocers. I The Hackett Market Known to every man, woman and child In Phoenix as the leading supply point for SUNDAY DINNERS lias made special preparations for tomorrow. As usual we shall have on hand the best of Meats, either cooked or uncooked. Our specialty consists of real corn-fed Turkeys, distinguished looking fowls the kind that will be more juicy than any you've ever tasted before. In this connection wc wish to say that we're rather particular about the ranchers who supply this market with Tur keys. Our word for It, they're the best by every test. Call up Main 132, or wait for our solicitor who calls dally. 3133 L Washington St THE NEW YORK STORE'S REMNANT SALE is the sale that sells. The store, as expected, was packed to the doors all day yesterday. People acquainted with our methods know we are not holding out false inducements. The prices we have affixed to these remnants constitute but a mere . fraction of their actual worth. Of the 6000 Remnants piled on tables yesterday we still have about 1500 left. So we shall continue the sale today. And if yesterday's selling is any criterion to go by, they won't last but a few hours today. Better come! -:- -:- -:- Children's Hosiery BLACK AND TAN RIBBED COT TON HOSIERY FOR CHILDREN Goody, good kinds, with real lin en knees, he Is and toes, perfectly seamless, sizes 6 to S, without question the most pronounced 20c article on the market siiecial to day at, pair 12 12c WomensNightGowns SEE THOSE OUTING FLANNEL NIGHT GOWNS WE ARE SELL ING TODAY FOR 88c. They are the liest you ever saw at such a price. Made of genuine Teazle down Outing in solid colors only, such as pink and blue. They're cut full length and width, and easily recognized as $1.23 garments. Just for today at, each 8S Women's Underwear A BRAN NEW LOT OF WO MEN'S FLEECE LINED VESTS AND PANTS Regular full fin ished garments that are real soft fleeced; Vests have silk taped nec k and are otherwise silk stitch ed; Pants with French bands, reg ular 5'ic grades every size you want today a,t, each 39c Sheets READY-FO R - U S E SHEETS LARGE ENOUGH FOR DOUBLE BEDS 72x!tO size, of good quality cotton, broad hem, torn and ironed, couldn't be duplicated anywhere short of 75c just for this day at, a-h 48c Very Handsome MiWinter Hals at Decided Price Concessions $8.00 Pattern Hats Today $198 Today we place on special sale all our Pattern Hats which bear the $7.00 ' and $8.00 price marks. Very stylish and elegant new models in a wide and satisfactory variety. The assort ment includes many of the season's favorites in black as well as all pop ular shades. Choice today for S4.9S . lif t A W tifi WIS Veilings Today 25c A'- A S y. i WW. nit i . t- - v.- ; ' f : ! i 4 t .'k A swell collection of Face Veilings, consisting of Tuxedo and Chiffon ef fects, represented by black, white and a most desirable variety of colors, sold always and everywhere at 40c per yard special today, yard 23c. $5.00 Trimmed Hats Today $3.98 Here's where Reality, Style and Econ omy combine. Were we to describe this particular line of Hats, we would require 10 times this space in order to do them justice. Suffice to say they're the best $3.00 Hats ever of fered at the small price f-..-S3.0S Children's Waists "ACORN" UNDER WAISTS FOR CHILDREN Xazareth style, sizes 1 to 12 years, closely knitted Un der Garments that prove satisfac tory to mother as well as child, nearly as good as those usually sold at 25c at the special price ot. each 15 Bath Mats WE HAVE A DAINTY NEW LINE OF TURKISH BATH MATS which we're offering today at a reduction worth while. We have them in pink, blue, green, tan and red. They were bought to sell for 75c and are fully worth It, but to day you may take your choice for 55 Read, This Will Interest You WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF CORSET WAISTS for women who prefer to do away with the corset. NATURE'S RIV AL AIR FORM CORSET WAISTS, as natural as Nature's own self, are the very latest. This Corset Waist consists of a Rubber Air Form, to be inflated, embossed in the bust pocket of a fitted Corset Cover only S3.00 Flannelettes 40 PIECES OF LONG FOLD FLANNELETTES Stripes, fig ures, dots and Persian designs in a magnificent assortment of col orings, medium weight and very desirable for Kimonos and Dress ing Sacques at the special price of. yard 1 Price for Choice of One Lot 2 Warner's, Henderson's and R. & G. Corsets Nearly every woman knows that these brands of Corsets form the larg-r portion of Corset history. Rerovnod for their supTior fit, finish and style. There are most all sizes in the lot, but not every size in each pr ticular style. The models Included in this offering regularly retail from $1.25 to $4.00. AH today at --1-2 PRICE Children's Underwear FLEECE LINED UNION SUITS FOR CHILDREN AND MISSES Excellent, full finished Under Garments for girls from 5 to 13 years of age, values up to 73c special today at, choice '"! 50 Today Every Yard of Blue 1 Woolen Dress Goods at 4 Off Here is a timely sale of Dress Goods which, coming as it does on the very eve of colder weather, will eel'pse all former selling records. It's good news to amateur as well as professional dressmakers. Every blue weave in stock is included. Plain, striped and checked effects. $20.00 Broadcloth Coats Today-$14.95 ANOTHER OF OUR EVER ALERT N. Y. BUYER'S MASTER STROKES. Another hard-up manufacturer compelled to sacrifice his high-grade garments for our ready cash. A lucky spot cash purchase of as fine a lot of Broadcloth Coats as anyone wishes to see. 25 of them, swell garments every one of them, full length, excellently satin lined ; and ornamented with choicest trimmings. They tome in black, navy, castor, tan, mode, brown and reseda. $-5 never saw anything to beat them, at $J0 they're the greatest snap ever, but today they go at the ridiculously low price of S 14.03 Petticoats 10 DOZEN OF BLACK MOIRE FINISH SPUN GLASS PETTI COATS Cut full, finished with 2 rows of Ruffles and regu larly sold at 75c special today only at -10c Kimonos A NEW LINE OF LONG KIMONOS Some of Flannelette, oth ers of crepe, front and collar trimmed in contrasting colored satin bands, regularly sold at $2.00 any size you wish today f .r v '. S1.G9 I4thz hmm It $30.00 Tailored Suits Today $18.95 IT'S A NEW LINE WHICH CAME BY YESTERDAY'S EX PRESS. Some of the brightest examples of the tailor's art are within this assortment. Strikkigly handsome models In Direc toire and Empire effects. Materials are Broadcloths, Chevrons, Cheviots, Herringbones, etc. Fashionable stripes and an abun dance of popular solid colors. It's by far the most Important Suit offering of the season regular $25 and $30 Garments for Saturday at 18.95 Some New Silk Waists WHEN IN TODAY HAVE A LOOK AT THOSE BEAUTIES WHICH JUST CAME. An exceedingly pretty line of Satin striped Plaid Waists, made of Mesaline, In tailor-made effects, have latest Mousquetaire sleeves, very swell Indeed stunning garments at $4.00 S4.50 Linens for Thanksgiving 72-INCH FULL BLEACHED TABLE DAMASK With extra high Satin finish, in exquisite patterns, warranted all Linen, marked to sell at $1.25 today at. yard OSc HEMSTITCHED LINEN DINNER SETS Hein . stitched Cloths 2 to 3 yards long with 1 dozen hem stitched Napkins to match, ranging in price from $4.50 to $20.00 per set choice today at 1-4 OFF ALL LINEN DINNER NAPKINS Full bleached, in handsome Damask designs, 21 inches square, the most remarkable $2.75 value you ever saw special todav. dozen S3. 25 A CONSIDERABLE LOT OF LINEN TOWELING in half bleached, brown and checked, suitable for all kinds of uses, mostly all Limn very low priced to day at, yard IQc The Style You Prefer in Women's Regals Whatever your tastes may be, you will find in our ex tensive assortment of Wo men's Fall Itcgals just the shape, style and kind of leather you prefer. This wide choice has proven a great factor in mining Re gals tho most popular shoes for women. But don't over look tho high grade mate rials, the permanent shapeli ness, the ease anil elegance, which are built into every pair. If you've never worn Women's Regals, your first pair will be a pleasant sur prise. Regal quarter-sizes make correct fitting easy. $3.50 to $5.00 lico Discount On All Lace Curtains This means one and all absolutely no reservations, no restrictions, none hidden anywhere. The entire stock is included in this sacrifice. 650 pairs of Cur tains, such as Nottingham, Bobbinet, Irish Point. Renaissance and Ruffled Swiss effects every pair going at a 25 per cent discount. If you are inter ested in the reason for such a cut, we shall refer you to the above mentioned number of pairs on. hand. NEW RUCHINGS. Once again Wells Fargo's Express brought us a well selected lino of Ruchings. Many new fads in this late shipment. There are plenty of white and many in colors, various widths to choose from. Values range from 2oC to 60 vwHere OUAiny counts ::-:f. :-:BS - : .. --.. . -v.-if-; - :V-: i i ' !