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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1908.
.3 Our Mail Order Department is now thoroughly organized and we solicit the patronage of out of town customers through this channel samples will be sent on request by first mail and every effort will be made to fill your order satisfactorily. Address MAIL ORDER DEPT., BOSTON STORE. 20c and 25c Kimona Flannelet tes Beautiful Kimona Flannelettes, come In Persian, oriental and Floral designs. Beautiful colorings. Will wear and wash nicely. 30 inches wide; 20c and 20c values Monday '. 14c 1 Oc and 12c Dress Ginghams One lot of Dress Ginghams, mostly dark colors, and very suitable for Children's School Dresses, fast col ors and will wear splendidly. Usual 10c and 12 Vic values Monday 8c 15c Toweling Half Bleached, all Liren Toweling, IS inches wide, with red border; a very practical and almost indispensible household need. An absolute 13c value Monday 9 c -Remarkable Price- Reductions on Men's Suits Hand Tailored, All Wool Clothes, made by the best tailors in this country ; . fabrics , of the latest de signs and colors, and represents the best collection f Men's Suits ever offered at this price. $25 Men's Suits Monday we offer as a special Induce ment to the men. A look will con vince you of the worthiness of this offering and we urge an early call, as there are only 12S Suits in this lot Protect Yourself Man From these cold winds and rain. Genuine, Priestly Cravenette Rain Coats are the most serviceable gar ment you can buy. Monday's social is timely and worth investigating. oriluiie?m in mm $17.50 Cravenette Coats C g Including a number of patterns in f I this much- wanted garment. To prove the supremacy of our Men's section to undersell all, we make this wonderful price reduction iui -neu a nrviuru 5 1 1 .90 N.DIAM0ND&BR0. PHOENIX. ARIZ. PRICES ALWAYS JHt LOWEST Sensational Sale of Ladies' Trimmed Hats An Event of Great Importance to the Ladies oi Phoenix and Surround ing Country, and will impress the great value giving ability of the Boston Store-Every Hat in this sale is worth its quoted value and else where Willi If? rw n. nrtll m n rVi mnrfVm frrAr,,, ,.. .. 1 .1 "3 bat gains, You'll not be disappointed. $8.00 and $10.00 $12.50 and $15.00 PATTERN HATS Nearly All Colors and Beautifully Trim med in Various Styles PATTERN HATS Beautiful Creations of the Milliner's Art andone of the Greatest Inducements of the Season. $4.45 $6.90 Here Is An Interesting Assemblage Of Bargains For Saturday Shoppers Unusual s it may seem, we are now offering Ladies Ready Made Apparel in the very height of the season at prices so low, that it will force active buying in this section-Visit us in our New Store, Cor. Second and Washington Sts. Come Today and get your share of these Under Priced garments. $12.50 Coats for S5.95 Women's and Misses' Tight Kitting Long Coats in black only splendidly made and handsomely trimmed with black satin bands. Coats made to sell and would be considered a good value at $12.30. Monday at the Boston Store $18 and $20 Coats for $11.95 This lot embraces some new arrivals and are handsome examples of the tailor's art. Come in tan, castor, navy, brown, dark, red and reliable black; $18 and $20 $25 and $30 Tailor Suits f or$17.90 Wonderful style and wearing value in these Suits, and if it were not for their leing samples and sent us for selection we could not sell for this small price; JL'5 and $.10 values at II v iciiii ill I $5.90 AUl I i" V L lilt $11.95 $17.90 It Will Pay Yon to Buy at The Boston Store Today. S1.00 AND S1.23 VELVETS, 7.',. New arrival of Silk Velvets. So varied is our assortment of colors that we can truthfully say you can match any shade In these. $1.00 and $1.25 Vel vets Monday T5 S1.00 PLAID SUITINGS, 43. One lot of Novelty Plaid Suitings Silk and Wool mixed, especially adapted for Children's Dresses. All the newest colors In these. Most of this lot sold for up to $1.00 a yard. -Monday while they last -43c $20 Rubberized Coats for $12.50 Satin striped and absolutely waterproof. Suitable for automobile and gen eral wear. Colors blue, black and brown. $20.00 Is the regular price. Monday $12.50 $30 and $35 Coats $20 These Coats will have c he seen to be appreciated, and a personal inspec tion will cause you to exclaim them the greatest value offering of the season. All sizes, all colors. $:.0 and $?. Coats Monday at $20.00 Linen Sale Continued SO GREAT WERE OUR SALES IN THIS SECTION THAT WE WILL OFFER THESE PRICES FOR MONDAY'S SELLING. Large Huck Towels most of this lot have red borders, some are hem stitched and worth fully 4c a pair. Buy today. Extra special, each Q 1"2 A Household Necessity Rubdry Wash Cloths sanitary and serviceable. Monday, each '. Unbleached German Table Linen, 72 inches wide, comes in different de signs. All new patterns, worth 7.c a yard. Monday 49 BBBBKBSHi December Fashion Sheets Free We have the exclusive agency for anu nave In stock for your Immediate selection nearly 4,000 patterns. Thev sell for 10c and 15c none higher and mail orders promptly filled. MS CALL PATTERNS AND I 75c and $1.00 Outing Gowns v omens Gowns of good quality Outing; comes In all wanted colors, well made, and the actual prices were 75c and $1.00. Monday iiity outing; comes In 43 and 79 c $1.50 Black Sateen Petticoats Splendid quality, full sweep, with double flounces, iucks and rurries, In black only. . Weil worth the former price, $1.50. For Monday's silling 1 98c 59c and 65c Outing Short Skirts We have placed in two lots Outing Short Skirts of various colors, and worth 50c and ' 65c. As an extra special Monday they are priced at 3 342 c Shoes at $3. 50 For Men The way the general run of Shoes are sold today our W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE FOR MEN ould com pete and win out at a price a full notch higher. Its fitting qualities are remarkably better than you have ever had. It's as fine looking as at any price. You can buy them here and here only at, a pair $3.50 For Ladies We are offering the very newest and best Shoes to be had at this popular price, and we can say with all candor that we will save you $1.50 on every pair of Ladies' Shoes at $3.50, if you will consider looks. fit and wearing qualities; all the new toes, leathers and lasts, at. a pair J ;iii?,iut-r linjlvn, $3.50 THE CELEBRATED BUSTER BROWN SHOES FOR CHILDREN, embracing a line that contains so perfectly; every leather, including a full line of pat ents. Fit the children here at the following prices: f aauuiaa a MSB mis va m w $2,$2.25 and $2.50 HER CAMPAIGN ON FOR GOOD SIDEWALKS CITY ENGINEER TURNEY GIVES HIS VIEWS. Specification of the City Ordinance in Regard to Sidewalks. One of the local municipal cam paigns to be made this winter is for better sidewalks, crosswalks and gut ters, and more of them. The city has already set a good example in the ditches were plowed or shoveled out They had whatever shape they hap pened to take, and the bigger they were the better they were, for the more water they would hold. As the central streets became more than ever devoted to business and some Ideas of appearance took hold of the com muitny the square ditch, with board sides and bottom, came into use. Hut it was short lived and lucked ca pacity. Then came the round ditch contemporaneously with the building of curbs, formed by elevating the road and depressing the sides. This was very satisfactory during dry weather and when there was no water in the canals, but as soon as these ditches came Into practical use they became unique and picturesque mud holes. "The city then got real blooded and put in cement gutters through the principal streets, building them wide building of certain crosswalks and ! and witn a magnificently curved or will likely do more in that direction. COncave bottom. Most of these ditches A local organization has the side- j are Btin in UBft Their chief purpose walk question on its list and the j ls to entice horses down into them. i.ar.J of trade has always sought to j where their feet slip and they are encourage sidewalk building, havingl seldom able to get out again until a committee now considering that improvement. The Republican has published several articles on this question, chiefiy as to the need of walks and the way to get them, namely, by securing the petitions of enough people in a given block to force the other owners in the block to pay their share. This article is designed to cover other phases of the question; first, new Ideas, and, secondly, construction work. The inspiration of this article Is a talk with City Engineer (). A. Turney. Mr. Turney said, "The story of every city is growth. Every city has con ditions, and phases of evolution, pe culiar to itself. In Phoenix, for in stance, the early idea was that a gutter was primarily an irrigating ditch. The demand came for a ditch that would both drain and irrigate and the early engineers sought to fill the want but, being human, they could not satisfactorily accomplish both ends with the same ditch. The grade needed to carry off the water was not the grade required to bring it on the same piece of ground. Then came double ditches in certain places, for one demand in an Irrigated coun try was as urgent as the other was in all countries. As the city grew one ditch or the other was eliminated, depending upon whether the locality became business property or residence property where trees, shrubs and shrubs were deemed most imortunt. "Another phase of the question was the shape of the ditch. The earliest POSTUM A Liquid Food For Brain, Body and Nerves. 'THERE'S A REASON" B they throw themeslves and are re leased from straps and harness so they can roll out. They furnish a great deal of sport also by throwing bicycle riders who, with arms full of packages, place the wheels alongside the curbs to mount, and then try to ride out. Incidentally, they would carry the water away very nicely, only that the engineers, like their forerunners, tried to mnke them plnpc both ways, so they would carry irri gation water on and drainage water off." Mr. Turney has abandoned the idea of trying to make an Irrigation ditch out of a gutter. lie has also aban doned botfl the round and the square glitter and has adopted a gutter with a flat cement bottom a few inches wide, a- straight (not a curved) sur face a trifle wide, between the bot tom and the curb and on the street side a straight slope from the bottom up to a sunken T-rail forming the street side of the gutter. Either a horse or a wheel can go In or out of this butter without difficulty, for the angle of the slope conforms to that of the street grade. Wherever he, has occasion to construct gutters he will use this new model of a ditch. In connecting the crosswalks with the sidewalks, he has also modeled a nerfeetlv arched cement bridge over the gutter, one that ls sufficiently j high to give a complete gutter serv ice without impairing its strength or durability. Any flow that the gutter can accommodate can be accommo dated also by the bridges. . , Consideration is next given the crosswalks. That has been a. deli cate subject with the Phoenix city j I council ever since Columbus diseov j ered America, In a careless sort of I way about everything has been tried j from sawdust to a flagstone and ! nothing proved Just right. Asphalt 1 was not so bad when kept In repair, ' but it is too soft for this climate j and kept peeling up at the edges, j j Nothing was ever discovered -that ( i would efficiently amalgamate asphalt, ' cement, coal ashes or any other cross- I ing material with the "dobie" mud of the street. Cement was the' most I durable, but inevitably the wheels tracked the dirt away from the mar gin of the crosswalk and left the artificial stone sticking up to bump the next wheel, and- so continue until the crossing was destroyed. Mr. Tur ney thinks the secret is the necessity of giving the crosswalk a sloping edge and making the slope at exactly the right angle. If It Is too steep the dirt will fall away as before. If it is too flat the dirt and mud will submerge the crosswalk In bad weath er. A practical experiment has been made under his direction by the Post office News Store in its walk across Center street. It has been in use some months and thus far has proved satisfactory. It is noted, too, that the surface of this cement crosswalk is roughened o a horse will not slip on it as in the earlier smooth ones. The construction of the cement, or concrete crosswalks must be well done, of course, and Mr. Turney has devised the formula that he believes Is necessary to insure success, recit ing the proper basic materials, the business the more one knows about it the better. The ordinance requires that all sidewalks must be built In accord ance with the requirements of the specifications and the grade furnished ' hv tlio 1 1 v nmrininr "V hnlh tha depth of each. etc.. as well as the ' jnwer of the property and the con tractor are, liable to a fine of from $J0 to $200. The dual responsibility "MAN IS AS OLD AS HIS STOMACH" This Persian Epigram Is the Real Gauge of a Man's Life. The Persians were a very sagacious people, noted among other things, for their deep thinking on life and the things vlliieh make up life. The above epigram shows the wis- d.m of their thought. When a man's stomach is able to furnish new material to the system as fat or faster than the natural decay f man requires, then such a man lives his fullest and his best. When through wrong living or dis ease a man's stomach begins to tax the other organs and takes from the blood strength which it cannot give back in nourishment taken from food, then begins the death of man and he decays fast. The stomach ls strong, splendidly strong, and can stand an untold amount of abuse and neglect, but when it dies, man dies. The stomach gives tons upon tons of good rich blood every year to the system and draws only 6S0 lbs. of nourishment for its own use. If, how ever, the food which it receives can not be turned into blood which is capable of use by the body, then the stomach receives no helii from the other organs. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain the most perfect digestive qualities known to science and at the same time the most powerful. They will mix with the poisonous juices of a sk k stomach and digest food in spite of this handicap. They will stop gas making and bad breath. They tone"up Jhe nerves of the whole digestive canal, including those of the stomach. A single ingredient contains strength ! weight in mixed food. They have stood the test of time and today are more sought after than all their imitators combined. They are used and endorsed by 40, 000 physicians. Every- druggist sells them, price 50c. It costs-nothing to demonstrate their value. Send us your name and address and we will send you a trial package by mail free. Address F. A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mich. (Continued on pace 10.) MAKES STOMACH grades and angles to be observed In construction Finally the subject of sidewalk ' is provided so there can be no es- building itself Is reached. Dy jopu- cape. The contractor can not evade lar verdict and every other way. ce- j the issue by laying it on the owner, ment seems to be the best available in case the contractor is known, and material here. Hut there is cement ' the owner's safety lies in having the and cement. In front of the Gregory work properly insected as it pro house is a piece of cement sidewalk ! ceeds, so he can defend it In the laid about twenty years ago. It ls j city courts if necessary, or call "the still In good condition, w hile some i contractor to account as the work laid here only last spring is already outliving its usefulness. The differ ence is in the materials and work manship. Some men know how to make good cement walks and some do not. Some who know how will not do it if they can help it for va rious reasons, chief among which is that a poor walk costs less and looks just as well until after the con tractor gets his money. Perhaps It lasts long enough for the contractor to move on to another tow the people who saw him build possibly, the. owner of the property who hired him through an agent has forgotten his Identity, If he ever knew it, and when asked to show a sample of his work he points to some other walk nnil ilenieu h.nvine Imilt that one. It is Mr. Turney's intention to! The Most Obstinate CaseS of try and get the city council to pass ?3;Slops Food Fermenting Relieves Dyspepsia end Stomach Trouble and Indi gestion Find Prompt Cure. Take your sour stomach or maybe 1 j VOU ml! It Tmlifroatinn TWcrwrwIo I I Gastritis or Catarrh of Stomach; it ' "FINLEN'S GOOD FORTUNE." Butte, Nov. 28. In district court to (day W. W. Wishon was awarded $1 : damages in his case against Miles Fin lln, involving an option on the famous j Minnie Healy mine, over which proper ty the noted copper war between F. Augustus Helnze and the Almagamated I Copper company had its inception. On the second count In which Wish on asked for $7.14-. the court decided 'against the plaintiff, holding it was I Finlen's good fortune to receive $131,- 250 from the Boston and Montana com pany for the options as "they had ex pired and were worthless." Whn th waning ara cot And yea bay begin to call Take her Donofrio's cactus candy A nil yeu're aura to ba ii ali. an ordinance that will require the builder to impress his name with a mold or stencil, or whatever the de vice used may be called, at least once on every 100 feet of walk built or on every walk if it is less than 100 feet long. Good contractors will read ily do this for advertisement. Those who refuse should be carefully watch ed, whether there is an ordinance re- niilHn. It n..t T to .1.1.. 1m ,1.1. ( rit. ihi ih. .,11,. ..i.;"111' matter take your stomach: dom or never hve anybody's name , troul)le rignt with yu to 'our Phar- on them. It is equally notable that maclst and ask him to open a 50-cent j nearly all the walks that have stood case of Pape's Dlapepsin and let you j the test bear the name of the man eat one 22-grain Triangule and see who laid them. The city council, seeking to en courage sidewalk building and to if within five minutes there Is left ; any trace of your former misery. The correct name for your trouble I make the building of walks more of , is Food Fermentation food souring; a science than heretofore, recently passed a new ordinance, formulated largely along the line of suggestions made by the city engineer. It is quite technical in its requirements, which is necessary for the construction of good walks, but it is also liberal in that it furnishes a variety of ways for arriving at practically the same result, the builder to choose the methods most convenient or most economical in his particular case. This new ordinance if followed closely ought to give good rseults. In its construction, the choice is given in concrete materials, between river sand or gravel and crushedHour stomach, you can make up your rock. In most cities the construction is made in two layers, but in Phoe nix better results have usually fol lowed construction in three layers, that being the choice usually of the older residents. Either Is permitted by the ordinance, but if the two layer method is used the material must be richer in cement The speci fications are so complete one does not need to be a good cement man to do good work, . . though like any other the Digestive organs become weak, i there is lack of gastric juice; your t food Is onlv hfllf riiegterl nnH vnn t Iteeome affected with loss of appe tite, pressure and fullness after eat ing, vomiting, nausea, heartburn. griping in bowels, tenderness in the . pit of stomach, bad taste in mouth, , constipation, pain in limbs, sleepless- j ness, belching of gas, biliousness, sick ! headache, nervousness, dizziness and many other similar symptoms. I If your appetite is fickle and noth- j ing tempts you, or you belch gas. or if you feel bloated after eating ! or your food lies a lump of lead on mind that at the bottom of all this there is but one cause fermentation j of undigested food. Prove to yourself, after your next meal, that your stomach is as good as any; that there is nothing really,! wrong. Stop this fermentation and begin eating what you want without fear of discomfort or misery. Almost instant relief is waiting for you. It is merely a matter of how soon you take some Diapepsln. i'wEAR A SVTCH. 'm J V J Here's the best Klfl'f SvJ Switch ever sold at fH ?1 $5.00. Made from lu It I'M fa human hair by our '''3 ;' ii own experts. We I, It 5 M A SWITCH. the best ever sold at Made from hair by our own experts. We have it in every shade to match any hair. It's a beau tiful, long, heavy switch If you're not satisfied with It, return it and we'll refund your money. Weaver Jackson Co. 443 S. Broadway, Lo Angeles. Cat. - - H-H i'H I"H' Mil H"M"i"M"M"l ! Surprise Store One lady remarked to her friend here today. "Why this Is a regular surprise store. She found we had place cards for dinner parties. So it is a "surprise store." It I surprises our customers to find articles in our stock they didn't expect. Bridge Cards. Place Cards. Playing Cards. Whist Cards Program Pencils. Tally Cards. RUBBER STAMPS. Prompt service. We send your rubber stamp order to Los An geles today. Tour stamp is here for yau the third day after. BOOKS FOR CHILDREN. Teddy Bears in Fun and Frolic. ABC Book with pictures. Child's Story of the Old Tes tament. Many others. MAY WE SHOW YOUT Post Office News Store 1 1 i'H i it i nil 1 1 a i iii 1 1 1 1 i-u SPECIAL Saturday ana Sunday .OREGON AND COLORADO APPLES TT TK Tl"xO ROME BEAUTY APPLES. ,J 1 V-LJlNL'4j JONATHAN APPLES T"7"T WINE SAP APPLES X KJl BLACK TWIG APPLES OT '""FriSTT ARKANSAS BLACK ..J. CALIFORNIA APPLES, 5 POUNDS FOR 23 BEST FRUIT IN THE CITY. - We have famous Smyrna Figs, Raisins, Pineapples, Persimmons, Clingstone. Levi Peaches, California Pears (very sweet). Try one of the small Florida Oranges Caumquats. Eat skin and alL Try one of the famous Fancy Lord Roberts Baskets of Mixed Fruits. Adams Hotel Fancy Fruit Company ' Alex. Wallace, General Manager i