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THE ARIZONA ItEPUBLICAX, 3IONDAY MOHXIXO, DECEMISEH 7, 1908.
10 lb i t l t 2 t 4. 1 IN I' 111 after a trial keep on buying the CON TRACT cigar. . That's shown by the many duplicate orders received from dealers. Those who buy a CONTRACT 5-cent straight cigar find they get extra value for their money. The dealer pays more for it, but he satisfies old customers and makes new ones. Hand-made the only 5-cent Cigar with the genuine long leaf Havana filler. Get extra value, buy a IS7K AIOMJ I I ICS I EVERY GENUINE CONTRACT IS NOW EANDED. ROTHENBERG & SCHLOSS CIGAR CO. Albuquerque - New Mexico. ! The Buckeye At Five Points is V i bihhbi Watch this space for their SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT in a few days x .t ! 4- i . - i An Artistic Home 1 Ml - . I II- I , I Nothing can excel in artistic beauty a home furnished with Crafts man Furniture. THE BIDE-A-W E1-; MISSION FURNITURE COM PANY has furrished and is furnishing many of the most beautiful homes in this valley. Our facilities for turning out new and desirable designs in OaJc or Soft Woods are greatly improved. None but care ful, painstaking craftsmen employed. If you are in need of a splen did MORRIS CHAIR, a comfortable LARGE ROCKER, an ELEGANT SIDE BOARD A GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK or a BEAUTIFUL MANTLE CLOCK A BOOK CASE A BUREAU, or CHIFFONIER OR P1CTUF.ES to decorate your home with, we have all these things and numerous otlvers on hand READY TO DELIVER and can make anything you wan at short order. We cordially invite you to Inspect our stoc. . , t, v- Yi;y.-i Bide-a Mission Furniture Co. 3-4 Mile North of East Lake Park. The Crystal Cafe 34-36 West Adams St. Table DHote and A laCarte. Strictly white help. The very best the market will afford. A Eirst-Class Cafe. Special Table d ' Hate Dinner 35c Crystal Cafe :-i-i-HK-:-:-5-:-5--H- A FULL JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. aSB a bmoi ters Ev?3 Lumber Co. Stil! on Earth ...! and Restaurant and Restaurant! t LirE OF Wee THE VERY LATEST NEW YORK FASHIONS ROSALIND MAY WRITES FROM THE METROPOLIS. Evening Gowns Perfect Dreams of Beauty The Fashionable Coiffure the Greek Ftllet Long White Gloves Still the Proper Thing The Even ing Hood. Evening if owns, each one more gor geous and fascinating than anything I seen during previous seasons, are on view almost every night at both our 'great opera liouseH. It is always ' rather late in the evening before the j fashionable world makes its appear I anee but wnon tile boxes are filled ! with richly dressed society women and all the season's debutantes with I their escorts, the effect is very gay ! and animated. A groat deal of silver and (fold net, glittering liauzes and spangled trim mings of all sorts are used on the decollette gowns this year. A Dress of Pink and Silver. Sometimes these metallic nets fcirm tiny sleeves or sleeve caps, berthas and trimmings of various Kinds, anil at others they are used as founda tions for transparent saii7.es and laces, For example, one lovely Paris frock seen at Mary (Garden's per formance of "Thais" the other night i The above designs are by York. Patterns may be obtained at any McCall Agency. ; was of pale iink net made up over very lovely example Is of old rose silver gauze that gave the pink an 'ottoman silk. It Is long, reaching indescribably lovely "j-himnicry"' sort I I of look that was attractive. There was silver enioi'oniery aiiout l lie low round neck, a high Empire girdle of, silver cord and. a finishing touch. , the pink net had a deep hem of sil- j ver. I A Stunning Frock of Biack and White j I'or matrons and even young zirs ; black and white combinations are ex j tremely smart. A beautiful frock of this sort just finished by a Fifth ave- nue modiste has a rather narrow Ii- rectoire skirt of satin .Manpiise. The waist is covered with black tulle out lined with a fine cobwebby embroid ery of jet. The low cat V-shaped neck is partly filled in by a lattice effect of small pearl and geld heads on transparent net. At the high waist line is a softly draped girdle of the jet embroidered tulle finished at the back with long sash ends that fall softly among the folds of the skirt. Greek Styles of Hair Dressing and Ornaments. The fashionable style nf hair dress ing this winter is in what is called the (ireek effect and the hair is massed toward the hack of the head instead of on the top. The new pompadour, if it can be called that, is rather flat and the hair very loosely waved or simply drawn back and al- WHITE STEAMER TOURIST'09 Leads in Economy, Reliability and Comfort. Xo better machine is made anywjiere. Ready for delivery from factory January 10th. See us about one at once. Every one a beauty. Phoenix Automobile Co., ARTHUR AiNSWORTH, Mgr. ' g KSB2i&BEIl2EE3ttEB&SE 3 I Alfalfa .Seed Fine alfalfa seed, doubly cleaned, absolutely free from all foreign seeds. If interested call and see machines cleaning seed. It is worth something to feel assured that your seed is good, and no time and expense wasted. KILL'S SEED HOUSE Phone Elk. S142. SPECIAL SALE OF MISSION FURNITURE NOW ON AT TIIE BIDE-A-WEE MISSION .FURNITURE ROOMS BIDE-A-WEE PLACE 3-4 Mile North of East Lake Park. Come early and secure the bargains. Bring your pictures to be framed in Mission Style. "'".IIBSSI most every smart woman is begin ning to show a little fringe of hair or a stray curl over the forehead. Tills season's debutantes, almost with out exception, dress the hair very low at the back of the head. Fillets of gold, silver thread or spangles are worn a. great deal. The Josephine bandeau, named after the famous empress, is a popular orna ment of this sort. This is in the form of a triple fillet, wired so that the bands can bo spread apart as much as desired, and is made of close rows of silver or gold spangles, lap ped over one another like the scales of a fisli. Glops and Shoes. White gloves are still worn with evening toilets and even if the gown boasts long transparent 'ace or net sleeves the sixteen or twenty button length inouscjuctuire glove is the miner thing and it is pulled up over the sleeve to the elbow. Fashionable women have long ago discovered that the short glove worn with a trans parent sleeve looked decidedly dowdy. Kvening slippers are daintiness per sonified. They are made of pale pink, blue, gray, or wistaria colored suede to match the gowns worn. Then there are the very loveliest of slippers in satin, decorated with bis rosettes of lace or stunning buck les glittering with rhinestones or paste, anil as a decided novelty, some rather pretty slippers of cre tonne have just been brought out. Artistic Evening Wraps. If there is one thing that is even prettier than the evening frocks this year it is the new evening wraps. A The McCall Omp.iny, New nearly to the ground in front and backed a d is almost liku a draped cape. It 's trimmed at the m-cK and at what passes for sleeves in the garments but is really not much more than wide armholes with Hudson Hay sable. S.itin faille, brocade, any number of lovly materials, are used for the new wraps, while very smart and serviceable cioaks are also made from , broadcloth 'den yellow s in beautiful shades. lol is one of the ioiiular col ors for evening cloaks and very handsome it is when exploited in an imported wrap of chiffon velvet, heavily embroidered in silk of the same lustrous .shade and trimmed with a deep silk fringe. The New Evening Hoods. The evening hoods now worn in New York to the theater, opera, balls or dances are peculiarly attractive. This innovation is a positive boon for few wonun understand how to adjust becomingly the cihffon or lace scarfs that have so long served for head covering when in festal attire. With the new hood beauty and com fort are combined. It is big and soft and loose about the face and trimmed with luce frills and frivo lous knots of ribbon or tiny bows. Very soft taffeta is the material most used for making this hood. The standard machine of demon strated value for Arizona use. -Come in and sec our machines. The '09 Tourist ready for delivery January 1st. Cor. Fourth Ave. and Wash. St. 126 No. Center St. , , l M. ' .1.0'. mm You Must Stop rOR A COOL ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHT'S REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA. ARIZONA. - THE READING STANDARD. MOTORCYCLE WON THE $53.00 CUP AT THE TERRITORIAL FAIR. Winton & Cadillac Automobiles. have proven to b America'-, best. ARIZONA MOTOR CO. Phone Red 8532. 31 S. 1st Ave. frank J. O'Brien BROKER. Tucson. Branches In Phoenix and Nogales. 8toeks, Bonds and Produc. Private Leased Wire to all Exchanges. R. D. HIGHTOWER, Manager. Phoenix Office. Phone Main 232. Hotel Adams. i Some Land Is Cheap ! But Good Land Is Scarce '- E4 acres 3' miles west of fair grounds; 40 acres In al falfa; orchard, good well of water, fenced and cross-fenced, good house; old title to water. Can be bought for $20 per acre, less than any of the surround ing land. Investigate this nronosition. It will ray you. i The Rogers Auction Co. i 24 West Jefferson SL Phone Red-207'L I'M"! 1 I I 1 1 I I'M 1 I'M 1 1 4 Clinton Campbell GENERAL CONTRACTOR Rusidence Telephone $57 N. Fourth Ave. Main 177 EASTERLIKG & WHITNEY UNDERTAKERS tit w. whiiu ev, Phoenix, ArlsVMi MOHN & DRISCOLL FUNERAL DIRECTORS Pettid's Home Bakery . A Great Big Offer Massle and Sons will give a ten per cent discount on all the goods, of a dollar and over, for a few days. Owing to their already low prices this means a great saving for their patrons. They have Iron Beds from $:;.00 up. Sanitary Couches $C30, $7.50, JS.00 and $9.00. Japanese mat ting Rugs, new designs, 73c each. Rockers from $2.00 up to $10.00. Din ing Room Chairs $1."5 and up. Ex tension Tables, Center Tables, Trunks, Suit Cases and Telescopes. Wire Springs and Mattresses all new. See us. Massie & Sons 114 W. Washington St. Phone Main 257 f UlYfc lb MORE OF... YOUR BUSINESS WE ARE I ' TO PLEASE I Salim Ackel X 18-20 E. Washington St. r Sugar Beets The Coming Crop of the Valley , . Every farmer should raise them. We are now ready to contract for this season's supply and will be glad to give any Information regarding the raising of this profitable crop. Our agents will call on you soon. Southwestern Sugar & I Land Company FASHION BARBER SHOP. Go to the Fashion Barber Shop when visiting city. Lewis & Noble, Props., 43 W. Washington St., ror a neat hair cut. shave, plain bath, salt rub, alcohol rub, body massage, electric body massage, by Masseur John E. Lewis. DPDP YOUR MONEY Into the purchase of a sack of Per- ! feet flour and you'll get Its value back again in better bread and more of It. Between two bags of flour there may be little or no difference In appearance. But' use revals that wne is far superior to the other. The Perfect flour always gains by com parison with other brands. Order a sack and see for yourself. VALLEY FLOUR MILLS. M-H-I-H-;-H-H-K-H-H--K- : Ten Dollars Reward will be paid for information that will lead to the recovery of a yellow buckboard supposed to have been left in Phoenix about April 12th by II. C. Wal- .j. trr. Sword-end singletrees and y stick seat Tiainted black: la?. v- back covered with white can vas- T Edward Zeiger, Congress Junction, Arizona. M. L. Vieux CEMENT CONTRACTOR. Proprietor Artificial Cement Co., Arizona I-ime Co., and Asphalt I Paving Co. Works. S. First St. Office, 40 W. Adams St. Phone 21-S1. Phoenix, Arizona. illllllllUIIIIUlIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIlllllHIJlllUlt I Indian Baskets and 1 i Blankets, Native 1 I Gems, Curios f ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. 45 N. Center. Phoenix i uHiiiHiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiHiimiimnv ;..Hi,H, Hut ;.,h I 1 1 I I 1 1 i 1 1 ; 1 I 1 1 4. j W. A. REYNOLDS Contractor and Builder! t Plans and specifications furn ished free on all work con tracted or superintended by him. Let me plan your bouse for you, SATISFACTION GUARAN TEED. Phone Black 2561. Residence, 1119 W. Fillmore St. Office. Five Points, Phoenix. t 1"H"M' M H 1 1 I I 11 1 I T I t I I 1 11 Moore & McLellan Undertaken and Embatmera. Lady Assistant. West Adams 8trael Telephone Main 111. X GILLETTE The Tailed Carries the Largest Stock of Goods in Arizona. 17 W. ADAMS ST. j I SECOND HAND;; .. MACHINERY For Sale i The following Machinery is for sale, in good condition: One General Electric Co. Mo tor and Starting Box, 10 H. P. One Dynamo, S.5 KW, 123 volts, 50 lights. One General Electric Co. Mo tor, 2 H. P., 110 volts. One General Electric Co. Mo tor, 2 IL P., 500 volts. Two Electric Meters. Two Switches. Two Starting Boxes; they go with motors. Also a quantity of Shafting, Pulleys, etc., may be seen at Republican office, or at the shop of f if I Kunz Bros- & Messinswi MtlUHlllIllllimllli-r iBig Saleii i- On Tin, Glass, :: Graniteware :: I and Kitchen Utensils this L if week only. THE FAIR 2 X 212 East Washington. We receive daily fresh supplies of' California and local fruits and vegetables. - Phone Us Main 6 COLD AIR STORAGE MARKET GOLD Miners and Ranchers, Notice! We do iron and brass cast ings of all kinds. Come in and talk to us. PHOENIX FOUNDRY CO. 451 S. 7th Ave. H--w-HK"i"i";":''i"i"i";i-;":'ii"i"i"iMi.'i' Handkerchiefs, Deities and J. Dishes from China at CHINA DICK'S. Corner 1st St. and Madison. Patronize Home In dustry. Help me and save money, too, by buying your Trunk, Suit Case or Bag at the PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY. 433 W. Washington St. Tel. Red ?34 Old Trunks taken in exchan '' ! WE REPAIR FURNITURE ' ' Set up and polish stoves or repair stoves. Old furniture taken in ex change for new. MORDEN'S BIG SECOND HAND STORE. 401 E. Wash. St. Phone S0C4. t t I?'