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T1IE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, 3IOXDAY MOKMXG, DECEMBER 7, 1908.
IB .w" The Mother's Choice When once she's tried the strong and comfortable "Cadet Stockings" for boys and girls. Knit of plied yarn, reinforced with stoutest Irish Linen. No weak spots anywhere. We have just received a complete new stock of these celebrated Stockings In all weights and all sizes. Guar anteed at 25c Pair Dress Trimmings MONDAY AT 1 OFF h ABOVE HEADING EXPLAINS IT ALL. It means that we have too many and consequently must re duce our stock without any further delay. All our Trimmiugs are Included in this offering, positively none excepted. Silk Gimps, Wool Braids, Silk Braids, Silk and Gilt Braids, Emb. Net Bands. Pull Braids, Point de Venice Laces, lrich Crochet Laces, Oriental Laces in Edgings, Bands, Insertions and All Overs. At Off 25c EMBROIDERED Linen Collars' 5c Monday 5c A GREAT BIG LOT OF THEM 150 DOZEN, just in for women who wish to economize. Nice clean stock, in pure white and colored embroidery, sizes 12 to 14. It's hardly possible that any store west of the Mississippi river sells similar collars for less than 23c. Your choice here Monday for 5c Dorothy Dainty Hair Bow Sets CHEAP RIBBONS ARE, IN THE END, EXPENSIVE RIB BONS. Dorothy Dainty Sets are sold at as low a price as possible, consistent with the quality of goods and the exclusiveness of design. One line consists of, 6 Hair Bows to the box, colorings as sorted. Another line consists of box containing 2 Hair Bows and Sash, 4 yards long, to match an ideal Christmas Gift excel lent values at $2.50 and $3.00 Men's Shirts HUNDREDS OF PRETTY GOLF SHIRTS "Lion" brand, in latest pattern' Percales and Woven Madras, handsome black and white and col ored effects, perfect in every partic ular and complete range of sizes, the lest there are at $1.25 special Mon day at 99c Boys' Underwear A NEW LINE OF FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR for boys of all ages Shirts and Drawers in ecru color, daintily ribbed and well finished. They were bought to sell for a great deal more than Mondays price, 3 for $1.00 A Sale of Nottingham Lace Curtains Slack Curtain business compels us to adopt drastic measures. We are not going to wait until after the holidays rif;ht now. Monday, is the time when the New York Store patrons will be enabled to partake of a Curtain Feast seldom offered. Details: All S5c Curtains cut to 66 C All $1.25 Curtains cut to 93 All $1.50 Curtains cut to SI. 18 All $2.o0 Curtains cut to S1.48 All J2.25 Curtains cut to S1.69 All $2.75 Curtains cut to S1.98 All $1.00 Curtains cut to S2.22 All $3.50 Curtains cut to S2.66 $15 and $16.50 Coats Monday $12.45 10 DIFFERENT STYLES OF THE NEWEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE COATS OF THE SEASON All at the uni form price of $12.45. There are Empire, Directoire and Tailor Made models black, solid colors and fancy mixtures. You -want to see how they are tailored how fine the materials are and how splendid their style. Go to the other stores first, and then come to us. We welcome the test. Remember, reg ular $15.00 and $16.50 values for S12.45 Silk Waists A SUPERB NEW LINE OF $3.00 AND $3.50 SILK WAISTS Made of nice quality Chiffon Taffeta in black and a good line of colors, tailor-made or fan cy style, long sleeves, all sizes Monday only at, choice $2.69 Kimouos A GREAT BIG ASSORT MENT OF LONG KIMO NOS Made, of nice qual ity "Arnold" Flannelette, in a pretty selection of Persian designs, various colors, mikado sleeves, marked to sell at $2.00 Monday choice for $1.49 The New Furs Are In WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR REGULAR WINTER STOCK OF FASHIONABLE FURS. Scarfs, Collarettes and Sets in Seal, Coney, Marten, Lynx, Fox, Squirrel and Rus sian Sable. All strictly correct models, from the h ast expen sive up to the most elaborate affairs in vogue. Moderately priced from $3.50 to $35.00 i ' ;' i $35440 Silk Costumes Monday $24.95 A MOST MAGNIFICENT ARRAY OF MODELS No two alike Directoire and Ilipless effects, maBe of finest Satin Mesaline, any colors you want and most beautifully trimmed. The season's latest fads, each and every one the output of an artist, nothing like it anywhere short of $35 to $40 your choice here Monday for '. S24.93 Madras Waists A NEW LINE OF TAILOR-MADE WAISTS Made of excellent quality madras in fancy stripes and checks, either blue or black and white effects, full range of sizes; a very satisfactory article at $1.25 special Monday for 89c Petticoats HERE'S JUST WHAT YOU'VE BEEN LOOK ING FOR. A pretty new lot of Mercerized Petti coats in hair line stripes, black, blue and brown and white, deep flounce and a neat ruffle, all lengths, a bargain at $1.25 special 99c New AltmanVoile Skirts JUST AS PROMISED, ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF THOSE EVER SO FAMOUS VOILE SKIRTS HAS COME. "Altman Voile is a fabric that has absolutely no competition in point of black dye, pretty hang and superior wearing quality. Gored styles, trimmed in alternating narrow and broad Satin Bands. We are positive they have no counterpart even at $10 here only at $7.50 Night Gowns A LARGE LOT OF MEN'S OUTING FLANNEL NIGHT GOWNS Prettily striped patterns, soft fleeced, nearly every size you may want, well worth 75c at the .special price of 49c Each Postal Cards 10,000 OF THEM, bran new styles and color schemes, an almost end less variety to choose from, prettier than those sold elsewhere at 2 He here Monday 1c Each Just a Few Remain of those Spachtel and Irish Point Pieces which have been slightly soiled through handling and window dis play. In order to dispose of them quickly, we have slashed original sell ing prices Into fragments. Spachtel and Irish Point effects in various .sizes and designs to go Monday as follows: All 10c kinds at......x 3 All 50c kinds at 12 l-2 All 75c kinds at 19 All $1.00 kinds at 25 All $1.50 kinds at 37 1"2 All $2.00 kinds at 50l All $2.50 kinds at .-62 1"2 MONDAY ANOTHER DAY OF BRISK DRESS GOODS SELLING Dress Fabrics Worth up to $1.75 at 89c An odd lot of Wool and Mohair Dress Materials about 4o Pieces all told, consisting of black, solid colors, plaids and checks, also quite a bunch of Silk and WoolEoliennes, former! sold at Q Q $1.2., $M and $1.75 Monday choice at, yard O vC? 60c Dress Goods Monday 35c A large line of Novelty Suitings, such as checks and plaids in light as well as daik conceits, also a few pieces of fancy Wool Challies and French Flannel, . O T sold up ti 2frow per yard $1.75 and $2.00 Values Monday $U5 ' High grade Dress Materials from 50 to 54 inches in width, consisting of fine Broad cloth in blackv cream and a most exten sive line of colors, $1.75 and C t Z $2 qualities Monday per ydV All $1.00 Dress I rr 75c and 85c Dress Materials at 56c Our entire stock of Dress Fabrics, regularly sold at 75c and 85c per yard, embracing black, white and colors in all V ool Taffeta, Batiste, Sicilian, Serge, Henrietta and Jfanama, also a lew lancies, ranging in-width from 36 to 45 in. during Sale at, yd Monday 74c Per Yard Your free and unrdt"rfed cilice of any $1.00 yard Dress Goods in stock, including Novelties, jtfcpblack, white and solid colors in Mohair, Sicilian, PaattaV Batiste, Serge, Cheviot, Cravenette, Granite, IIerringboe4rnd Broadcloth, widths ranging "Tp from 15 to 51 inches, Monday choice, yard $1.50 Dress Goods Monday $1.12 Yard A giand assortment of these, including Wool Shantung, Prunellas, 'Wool Rajah, Batiste, Panama, Cheviots, Cravenette, Si cilians, Voiles and Serges, 45 fi Y to 54 in.' wide special per yd V Union Suits A BARGAIN DAY IN WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR, THE BETTER KIND. "Forest" Mills Union Suits, medium weight, long sleeves and ankle length. Every one of these garments has silk crocheted neck in fact it is silk stitched throughout. We never sell them for less than $1.23, excepting. Monday 99c All $1.25 Dress Fabrics Monday 94c Per Yard Your free and unrestricted choice of any $1.25 yard Dress Goods in the House, including black, solid colors, stripes, plaids and checks represented by such staunch materials as Chiffon Panama, Craven ette, Silk and Wool mixtures, Broadcloth, Voile, Wool Ckt r Batiste, etc all wide widths choice Monday at, yard v eaasas? aafla.BafaaaaaBUjK1aaa A Made-to-Order Fit In " Regals " There's a pair of Regal Shoes In our ' large and varied assortment of this season's models that you can put on and walk right off in. They'll fit you just as though you had them made to your order, and you can wear them with pleasure and satisfaction until you're ready to come back for another pair of the same kind.- Regal Shoes are the "Shoes That Prove" not only when you wear them, but before you pay for them. On every shoe you'll find a little "Window of the Sole" that discloses the genuine Oak-Bark-Tanned Leather used in the sole. $3.50 to $5.00 NO SHOW TONIGHT AT THIRD AVENUE Last Night's Entertainment a Dis appointment to the Management. New Company Opens Thursday lrc will be no performance ftj . Third avenue theater tonight, th management having withdrawn it., announcement thereof. A very me diocre entertainment was given last evening by a company drawn to gether by force of circumstances, for two entertainments, Sunday and Mon day nights. The audience was not well satisfied and the management of the theater feeling somewhat cha grined, decided to leave the house dark tonight. The members of the company bear very good recommen dations for previous work and the performances were advertised in good faith, but the first one failing to Interest,, it was decided not try an other. The particular reason for this is that the house management has a new company engaged to open on Thursday night for an indefinite stay, the Morris Streeter and Blanche Bryan company, which it has positive assur ance is a talented aggregation of dra matic and vaudeville artists. It has no hesitancy in announcing that this company will more than make good for last night's disappointment in "The Gambler and the CJirl." Wish ing to demonstrate that it has no de sire to foid the people or to take money without adequate return, and J wishing to emphasize that it wants the people to place confidence in its advertising, the theater management frankly admits that it was as much deceived as those who gave their pat ronage last night. LOCKS HIMSELF IN PRISON. A man who neglects to take the right tonic when he is run down by overwork or nervous strain locks himself up from the pursuits of life. Sexine Pills are the greatest of all tonics for all forms of nerve weak ness in men and women. Price $1 a box. 6 boxes $3. with full guarantee. Sexine Pills restore energy when all other tonics fail. Address or call on Elvey & Hulett, where they sell all the principal remedies and do not substitute. I Persona.1 . Mention t Ouests at the Ford hotel are. W. B. Taylor, St. Joseph; Mr. and Mrs. K. H Stafford. Rck Island. 111.; J. D. Kel ler, Canton. .; "m. M. Griffith. Al bert Steinfeld, Kugene S. Ives, and S. L. Kingun, of Tucson; George II. Neale. I'ishee; K. K. Ferguson, Cin cinnati; C. H. Maloney. Dupont; J. C. Fitjshenry. Worcester, Mass. At the Ford are, Harry T. Walker. M. D.,-Iubuoue. Ia.; James S. Mor gan, Dubuque; W. C. Stewart, Roches ter, N. Y.; Mrs. A. Vanderkaay and Miss Vanderkaay. Denver; A. B. Crawford. Mechanicsville, Pa.; V.'. G. and 11. G. Teare. Cincinnati: C. Si. Iioyden, I'tica; Mrs. C. . H. Granger, Mesa. At the Commercial are. J. J. Phillips, Albuquerque: Henry Gillman, Madi son. Wis ; K. F. Fitzgibbon, Madison, M. Black and T. E. Moss. Cananea, Mexico; F. II. Lang, Peoria: James J. Robinson. Salome. Guests at the Hotel Adams are M. P. Woodall, New York; W. Hanch, Kansas City; J. H. Gill, Orange, N. J.; Ike New, Chicago; Franklin W. Smith, Bisbee; Robert S. F. Ran dolph, Morristown, X. J.; C. D. Woods, San Francisco; Robert S. Parker. Boston. At the Ford are R. H. Launder, J. Whengueran and L. K. Blumberg, San Francisco; Kdward Hase, Kansas City; J. G. Peterson, Mesa; T. Y. Mellin, Kelvin. At the Commercial are L. II. Wil liamson. Glo!e; J. G. Walker, Leupp; C. W. Parsons, San Francisco; J. K. McCarthy, Florence; W. Hardwick, Los Angeles; T. Haley, Bisbee. , o Finest Burbank potatoes ever brought to Phoenix $1.75 per cwt. at Crump Hay & Grain Co. "Our glasses fit." We earn- Invisi ble Bifocal. Toric and all other lenses and frames manufactured. Swlgert Bros., 17 E. Adams. Phone Red 2641. THE PALACE Saloon, Pool and Billiards. Budwelser on draught Old Crow, Mayfield and Quckenhelmer Rye Whiskies sold over the bar. JOHN P. BODET. Prop. ASSAYS MADE IN THE FIELD With Pritchard's Chemical Process. Three years on the market and a proven success. Beware of imitators and fakers. Investigate. For litera ture and testimonials address PROSPECTORS SUPPLY CO., 409 N. Main St, Los Angeles. PORTRAITS. Crayon, Pastel, Water Color or Sepia. Enlargement from Photos a specialty work absolutely unique and prices very reasonable. Photos received by mail and portraits returned in a few ' days by express. The only exclusive portrait house on the- coast. Agents wanted. HOPKINS PORTRAIT CO, 303-304 Severance Bldg., Los Angeles. California.