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L SATURDAY THE BARQA IN (it's Remarkable WHERE INTERESTS JOIN THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1909. Representatives of Both Informally Talk of the Tariff. Washington, Feb. 12. A conference on the lurpber question was held today between the board of governors of the National Lumber Manufacturers As sociation and representatives of organ ized labor, who have been attending the national council of labor at the department of commerce and labor. They discussed the cost of lumber production In this country in compari son with Canada, where Japanese, Hindu and Chinese labor is largely employed In the forests and the lum ber mills; the likelihood of a reduc tion of wages In the lumber districts if congress should reduce the duty on Canadian lumber; and means for the conservation of the lumber supply of America Xo definite conclusions were reached, the discussion being in formal. The manufacturers asserted that between 60 and 70 per cent of the cost of lumber was labor, and the de mand for labor by American lumber interests would be decreased material ly by the admission of lumber from Canada. o WELL FILLED IN DAY. Mr. Taft Is a Very Busy Man at New Orleans. New Orleans, La., Feb. 12. President-elect Taft devoted this morning to the negro race and this afternoon to leisure. Tonight he was the guest of honor at a Creole banquet given at the Grunewald hotel. A thousand citi zens paid the assessment of $25 each for a place at the board and consid erably over half were present. Although conferences during the day were held between Taft and Hitchcock, his future postmaster general, and Treasurer Upli'am of the national re publican committee, nothing definite was obtainable regarding the undecid ed places in the cabinet. it's uptFsthte to get a jury A Ruling by the Court in the Carmack Murder Trial. Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 12. When the twenty-third day of the trial of Col. Duncan B. Cooper, Kobln J. Cooper and John D. Sharpe for the murder of former Senator Carmack was called totday It was announced that the state can not ask for a change of venue. It can not try a man until it can get a jury- If It can not try him he goes free. William Hows, aged 55, a farmer, was accepted as the twelfth juror. Im mediately after he was chosen. Attor ney General McCann objected to the jury being sworn and said: "Infor mation has come to the state which we have not had time to investigate concerning two men already chosen on the jury. I suggest that the balance of the present venire be retained until we can investigate the charges." Judge Hart then adjourned the case until tomorrow. JOHNSON READINESS He Only Stipulates that the Fight Must be in civilized surroundings Melbourne Feb. 12. "I am willing to fight James J1. Jeffries, Tommy Burns, or any other man in America, Australia or any part of the civilized world, where sufficient Inducements are offered." This was the farewell message of Jack Johnson, champion heavy weight pugilist, on the eve of his departure for the United States to day. o ONE FLAG TOO MANY. Indianapolis, Ind.. Feb. 12. After vigorous protests were made by veter ans of the civil war the Confeder ate flag that was included in the Tom linson hall for the Lincoln mass meet ing today. Mayor Bookwalter ordered that emblem removed from the hall. The decorations were made for the convention of United Mine- Workers and were allowed to remain for today. THE BLACK REPUBLIC. A Fear That the Government of Li beria! Will Fall. Washington. D. C. Feb. 12. Cable advices received at the state depart ment today Indicate that a climax has been reached in the Liberian situa tion. A British gunboat has arrived to afford protection to foreign inter ests and a company of soldiers has been sent from Sierra Leon, the capi tal of Monrovia, for the same purpose. Great despondency is entertained as to the ability of the government to maintain Kself and as to the future of Liberia as a nation. ' , BRITISH STEAMER SUNK. In a Fog It Hit a Rock on the French Coast. Brest, France, Feb. 12. A British steamer, the name of which is un known, during a fog today ran on a rock off Quessant and then slid off and sank in deep water. Seven persons were drowned, but the remainder of the crew took to small boats and later were picked np by another boat. Actors eat Grape-Nuts It aids memory, and gives poise to mind and body. "There's a Reason." DAY AT THE BOSTON STORE Unusual inducements prevail today that will produce active buying in every department. Many new and novel designs are offered in Spring Fabrics that are exclusive. Never before have you been presented with such a showing as will lie seen this season at the Boston Store. Every day adds something new; every day you are wecome to inspect or buy. We quote today for your approval- how much prettier the designs and patterns are' this season than any previous. We urge that you see the new things for early Spring wear. Among the recent arrivals are: New Percales, New Embroideries, New Ginghams, New Laces, New Linen Suiting, New Ruchings, New Muslin Underwear. Washable Shang tung Silk 65c This beautiful new material is here in a great variety of designs and colorings; Is certainly proper and in a class by itself. See these today. 65c 72x90 Sheets 3Qq A good quality Sheet, with seam in center; generous size and worth 60c. Today 39c 36x42 Pilow Case 11c This Pillow Case is standard size and good material, and worth regularly 15c. Today 11c Children's Hosiery 12c For both boys and girls, in black ribbed, elastic top, all sizes to 9'. Today 12 1-2 Corset Cover Special 25c One lot of beautiful Corset Covers, nice materials, trimmed with many rows of wash val. lace. Others with beading and ribbon. Not a cover in this lot worth less than 45c, and most of them to 65c. Today 25d $1.25 Muslin Gowns 69c Ladies' Night Gowns of soft long cloth, low neck, short sleeves and trimmed witli beading and baby ribbon. Today 69 $1.25 Muslin Underskirts 75c One lot of Ladies' Underskirts, made of Cambric, extra wide sweep, two rows of torchon lace, tucks and dust ruffle. Today 75 $2.00 White Waists 99c Ladles" Waists of sheer white lawn, handsomely trimmed in va rious ways, with lace and em broideries. About 150 Waists In this lot for. Today QQ Dress Ginghams for 9c . ' Beautiful new Spring designs and colorings. Really and truly the prettiest line in Phoenix. Today, per yard ) New Spring Woolens $1.50 These come 54 inches wide in invisible Her ringbone stripes and in every new color that Fashion has decreed for this Spring. It's a pleasure to show these for, per yard $1.50 Night Gowns for $1.29 This lot contains an assortment of different styles and designs worth up to $2.50, some trimmed with lace, others with embroidery, high or low neck, long or short sleeves. Today S1.29 Skort Kimonos for 15c Flannelette Kimonos, Just right for these cool mornings, come in light and dark colors and worth 40c. Today 15k The "As You Please" Hair Roll This is a decided novelty and comes by the yard. Buy as much as you need no more. Comes In every color of hair. HERE ONLY FOR, PER YARD 20c Persian Lawn for 7yc This Is a very pretty sheer Lawn and especially in demand at this time. We offer about 200 yards for TODAY, SPECIAL PER YARD 65c 7Ac Embroideries for 4c One lot of Embroideries, with in sertion and edgings to match, just right for children's dresses, etc. Today, per yard 4J Linen Finished Suiting 15c In all the newest and most pop ular shades. This fabric Is much in demand and very suitable for early spring wear. Really worth 25c a yard. Today 15c $1.50 Cambric Underskirts 98c Underskirts made of fine Cambric, trimmed with numerous rows of hemstitched tucks, lawn ruffle, splendid value at $1.50. Today OSc $2.25 Money Re fund Taffeta $1.48 This Silk is a full yard wide, extra heavy and a beautiful luster; you can judge by the name what this n Silk is, ana a genuine quamy. Today S1.48 MN Buy axuraay oar gains at The Boston Store 8 TIES 18c- Including new designs in Four-in-Hands, light and dark col ors and worth 35c. Today spe dal 18c SHIRTS 49c Over 200 Shirts in this lot. Take your choice of different colors and patterns. Today spe cial 49c SOX, 3 PAIR FOR 50c Don't miss this special: Sox In fancy and plain color; any size and regular 25c sellers. Today special. ...3 PAIR FOR 50c hats SI.39- Different shapes and colors and every size. These Hats are sold regularly at $2.00. Get one to day. Special SI. 39 shirts 79e A Mg assortment of high class Shirts, including Monarch and Cluett. Today secial 79c WOOL UNDERWEAR 75c Men's Underwear All Wool Shirts and Drawers; one color only, salmon. This garment Is worth twice what we ask; $1.50 values; per garment,- today, special -x-75c MEN'S SOX 5c Sox in black or tan. . The kind that Is sold everywhere for 10c apair. Today special, pair 5c FANCY VESTS Are all offered Saturday at a uniform price reduction. Some mighty good Vests in this lot special ONE-THIRD OFF Buy Men's Clothing Saturday All Winter Suits are included at these prices none reserved. $18.00 AND $20.00 MEN'S SUITS $12.90 $22.50 AND $25.00 MEN'S SUITS $14.65 $1i50 AND $15.00 OVERCOATS AND CRAVENETTES $9.90 $20.00 OVERCOATS AND CRAVENETTES $14. 65 One -Half Price $ All Evening Gowns 1j JL All Fine Tailor Suits m m m m mm m m Ait Laaies uoazs All Millinery 2 in the heavier qualities. Positively every garment is included, except the new Spring models that are just arriving. n I' Rll NDIAM0NDBR0'; ) rPJUCESALWAYSJHE ' f JSs PHOENIX. ARIZ Sfrx LOWEST Miiiiiiiiiiinniiiniiit i OF LOCAL INTEREST M H M I WIl'W HH Mr H" TEA AND RECEPTION. Mrs. Hugh. Campbell gave a tea and re ception yesterday afternoon at her home on north Central avenue. The reception was very, largely attended by the Phoenix society ladies who enjoyed a pleasant afternoon. WEDDING ANNIVERSARY BAN' QUET. Last evening Mrs. P. D. Low ell gave a banquet in honor of the second anniversary of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Hilder brand places were set for eighteen, the dinner was a decided success. TO ILLLUSTRATE LECTURES H. C. Washburne of Milwaukee has written to Secretary Geo. W. Cowgill of the Board of Trade saying he ex pects to arrive here about the 19th for the purpose of looking over the valley and making a trip to Roosevelt. He is preparing a series of lectures which he proposes to Illustrate with moving pictures. A moving picture man in his employ will arrive in a few days after he does to secure the pictures Mr. Washburne shall indicate as desirable. MILWAUKEE'S FAME It would appear from the number of Milwaukee firms submitting bids on pumps to the city council Thursday night, that tly people in that section know some thing about water as wen as Deer. While it is popularly supposed that nothing but beer is drunk in Milwau kee, there seems to be more pump fac tories there than anywhere. It is quite probable, however, that the Milwaukee people thought it was 'beer pumps the people of the western frontier wanted. RANGE PRACTICE Captain Grin- stead, Tom Bdens, C. R. Price, Colonel Coggins and Messrs. La Tourette and Peterson went to Tempe yesterday aft ernoon, where they expected to meet the south side members of the valley shooting team and have a little prac tice, preliminary to the contest with the Bisbee rifle club. VISITING NEWSPAPER MAN. H. G. Hutchins of Los Angeles is here to see if he can do a little business with the people of this valley. He is the circulation manager of the California Cultivator, a fruit and agricultural journal, and having heard of this won derful section It occurred to him it might be a field worth cultivating. MINING MEN WILL EAT Friday evening, February 19, the third an nual meeting and informal dinner of the Los Angeles Chamber of Mines will be held at Levy's cafe in that city. The Republican acknowledges the re ceipt of an Invitation to be present. There will be no formal toasts or re sponses, but It Is expected there will be many Impromptu speeches that will illustrate the mutuality of Interest in mining matters in the southwest. the Xavler Athletic club of the city of Brooklyn won the Seagate Mara thon for amateurs today. James J. Crowley of the Irish -American Athletic club was second and Harry Jensen of the Pastime club of Nev Tork third. A GROUP OF MURDERERS AMATEUR MARATHON WINNER. New York, Feb. 12. James Clark of Fifteen Arkansas Farmers Go on Trial Fort Smith, Ark., Feb. 12. Charg ed with murder in first degree, 15 men, farmers of Scott county were placed on trial yesterday at Waldron The defendants are accused of hav ing been members of a mob which called out John Bailey three months ago and lynched him. Tiu! murdered man had been warned to leave the country because of his refusal to hold his crop for higher prices. HIGHEST IN HONORS Baker's Cocoa AND CHOCOLATE 50 HIGHEST AWARDS IN EUROPE AND AMERICA ... 1 V. a. Off. .'V A Cocoa of Inferior quality or artificially flavored soon ceases to be palatable; but the genuine BAKER'S COCOA never loses its relish by constant use. It Is a perfect food, pre serves health, prolongs life. ( WALTER BAKER & CO., LTD. EttiMsM 1783 DORCHESTER, MASS. Baby's Bath is a particular proceed ing, especially as to soap. We have some Toilet Soaps that we recommend for their soothing, sanative, anti septic and cleansing qualities. Just right for babies and anyone with a tender, delicate skin. Adams Pharmacy In Hotel Adams Tel. Main 243 GOLD Miners and Ranches, Notice! We do iron and brass castings of all kinds. Come in and talk to us. PHOENIX FOUNDRY CO. 451 S. 7th Ave. The Pastime BOWLING ALLEY Is growing more popu- lar every day. Ladies :: are always welcome. Watch for special an nouneements. '. '. Bachlors A box of Supremas or a nice bunch of Cut Flow ers from Sanichas' will win for you. SANICHAS. & CO. Telephone Red 2031. f DIRTY LAUNDRY i -H-H- Made clean by easy, up-to-date X methods. Phone us for a trial. We can please you. PHOENIX LAUNDRY Phone Main 130 444H-K-K-H-H-HH-W4-H- Plumbing r We want to figure with you if you wish any kind of plumb ing, gas fixtures, etc. We guar antee every piece of work we do. Try us and see. Johnson & Remsboltom Practical Plumbers. 22 N. Second Street. Phone Main 221. Clinton Campbell GENERAL CONTRACTOR Rtfild.no Teleahana 157 N. Fourth Ave. Main 177 ftiuiuuiniiimiiiiiiifiini6iiuiKiiuiM!j Indian Baskets and 5 tm eat n 5 Blankets, Native I Gems, Curios I ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. I s s 5 45 N. Center, Phoenix K (mintHnNMiiNHimiHninniiMiiww ...... f Ludvig Pianos Sold by The WILEY B. ALLEN COMPANY. 5 W. Washington St. Phone Black 8204. The White House t Clothing Co. - Outfitters to t MEN WOMEN v CHILDREN ? 214-216 E. Wash. St. ? I ORIENTAL RUGS I t We have them for you and will sell them !t to you at about 50 per cent off their actual X value. Salim Ackcl f 16-18 E. Washington. THE HOFFMAN CIGAR M i nnu, k. tf uu ls, rnun CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broaaway V Centals i You Must Stop FOR A WARM ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHT'S REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA ARIZONA. CiCTCDIIVr 9. UU1TKCY SLAOILilLlliU UB IliilinLI UNDERTAKERS 1 W. Waah'aatoa St HheeBb Arfseea. H" 1"H"M 'I It UlltlltH !" W. A. REYNOLDS Contractor' and Builder Plans and specifications 'furn ished free on all work con tracted or superintended by him. Let me plan yur bouse for you. SATISFACTION GUARAN TEED. Phone Black 2561. Residence, 1119 W. Fillmore St. Office, Five Points, Pnoenlx. Moore & McLeilan ZTadertakers and Embaltsar. Lady Assistant. West Adams BTri Telcpaone afatB 111. GILLETTE The Tailor Carries the Largest Stock of Goods in Arizona. 17 W ADAMS T ORDER FROM US We serve the best. Telephone the City 1 Meat Market. We will convince you that we ? can serve you to your t a: ,.4.:,.4.:., v entire satisfaction X City Meat Market. Phone Main 200.