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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1909.
m2aOSK3 LACE AND EMBROIDERY SALE i Friday and Laces special at 5 and 10c. The entire embroidery stocks on special sale. About a hundred patterns of 'both edges and insertions in all widths ups to eight inches at 10c. Twelve inch flouncing and cor set cover embroideries at 19c. 20 per cent reduc tion on all others. FOR TWO DAYS ONLY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. 7 4 FINE FEATHERS The Arizona Ostrich Farm Sales Rooms save buyers middle prof Its. . We sell direct and can sell as cheap as any one In existence, and we are showing the finest Feather goods in the country- They have the luster, the breadth and the style. Tou will wear the best you can do it. Just call and see us about it. &e Arizona Ostrich Farm Display Rooms corner Adams and First Sts. Plumbing 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 & Remsbottom Practical Plumbers. 22 N. Second Street. Phone Main 221. Elks' Theatre, Friday, Feb. 26th The Fascinating Military Comedy, "THE LIEUTENANT AND THE COWBOY" With Geo. Matison, Miss Lorraine Keene and a saperb sup porting company. America's best Dollar attraction. Prices $1.00, 75c, 23c. Seats at Boehmer's Wednesday at 9 a.m. H i i i t i i I I 1 1 1 i I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I; The Buckeye At Five Points is Watch this space for their SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT in a few days i- I 1 11 1 11 II 1 1 I It 11 Ullll I A FULL LIME OF Gas Ranges JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEF Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. Saturday ;c)iitti(iiimi:iiiiuw;triif;mni:!iiur Indian Baskets and : i 1 Blankets, Native Gems, Curios ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. f 45 N Center. Phoenix S IIMMHIMU;ilU!UUUM:l!IIUIIIUIWn" 1 1 i I MW'M-H Mill M I I III Lumber Co. Still on Earth MM I 11 111 III I I 111 1 1 i,,,.,t, -.t. ,t, . 4. -i, .t..I -t-! 1 OF LOCAL INTEREST 3hhh. h. 1 1 n i ; i iiim-m-h-I' -WYLIE TELLS A NEW ONE Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wylie left yesterday for Roosevelt, whore they will spend a few days. On the way over to Mesa, where they gave a concert Wednesday with Mr. Grunn, Mr. Wylie, who can tell a story almost as well as he can play a concerto, dropped a few "new ones." The conversation turned on musical instruments of rare and pe culiar workmanship. "I think the oddest thing In the way of a piano," said Mr. Wylie, "was the invention of an aged German. He was an im pecunious musician who decided to be come a charlatan for lucre. So he invented this piano. He collected a large assortment of mice and rats of varying sizes white ones and brown ones. Then he fastened each one in a little frame work according to size, each with his tail extended and fas tened down. The biggest rat was at one end of the line and the baby mouse at the other. The hammers were arranged so that each rodent received a sharp tap on the tall Vvhen the keys were struck. In this manner a tenor squeak was to be obtained from the baby mice and bass squeaks from the rat end of the piano forte. wpTrc.lt 1 . r- -'iu.t Ac-'cmung Co., IBgo Dear Friend: Our store is having a spe cial sale that is a corker. Jumlxi Walnuts, per pound 20 PajK-r shell Almond nuts 1 can Corn.. 10 4 pounds It. Oats 2oC 3 large Mackerel 23t) 3 can Tomatoes 2iC 3 cans Boston B. Beans UiC Bi;st seeded Raisins lOt Gold Dust 2f)i Mermaid Powder 20c 1 lb. Evap. Peaches 10 Know White Apples J2 1 -'2C Rig Raisins, per pound IOC largest Prunes in Phoenix. 12 1 2 Kt'llogg's Corn Flakes 10 2 Grape N'uts 2oC Best Eastern Racon lo B.-st Eastern Ham 14? a pounds Broken Rice 25? Our stare is always busy. Your friend, JACOB. P. S. The name of it is M'KEE'S Cash Store Take Warning WE MUST VACATE OUR STORE AND YOU HAVE ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT TO BUY SHOES FOR MUCH LESS THAN COST PRICE. WE CAN SELL YOU SHOES FOR LESS THAN YOU CAN GET YOUR OLD ONES REPAIRED. COME AND BE CONVINCED. YOURS FOR BARGAINS, Allure Cq. SHOES EXCLUSIVELY, . Coffee Just Coffee, but perfect Coffee. Your grocer will grind It better if ground at home not too fine. Then the German advertised his rat piano and charged an admission fee for the first performance." "Did it workT" asked Grunn. "When the cur tain rose on his invention the German was compelled to announce that there would be no concert owing to the fact that a torn cat had eaten one of the octaves." ABOUT ARIZONA In the last number of the California Cultivator Is an article on the "Possibilities of Arizona" by H. G. Hutchins, who was here a few weeks ago gathering ma terial for it. On the front page is a half-rtone reproduction of the Granite Reef diversion dam. A NEW DOCTOR Dr. E. Payne Palmer Jr. arrived here early this morning and for the present is stop ping with his mother at St Joseph's hospital. Interviewed shortly after his arrival, he said he was greatly pleased with the Salt river valley and expects to make this his permanent home. He indicated that he did not care to give .out a lengthy interview. however, until he had been here long enough to see the sun rise and take a peep at the home town by day light. Both his mother and rather are doing nicely. 0 VIOLENT REACTION IN STOCK MARKET The State of Copper Has Produced a Demoralizing Effect. New York, Feb. 25. There was an abrupt ending today of the strong rallying in stocks which developed yesterday. The reaction reached vio lence in some quarters that paralleled tho demoralized breaks of Tuesday. The stoc ks most affected were carried to lower prices than were touched in the previous break. Speculative opin ion is much unsettled again and great confusion was shown in the currents of the market. The special ioint of weakness was in the copper group in dustrials. The shutting down of cop per mini's to limit production and the coming market for copper similar to that inaugurated in the steel market by damaging competition were some of the features. The foreign markets socmed notably impressed by rumors in consequence of the known weak ness of the statistical position of the copper trade. Heavy selling for the foreign account of Amalgamated Cop per was the main factor In breaking the price. In the railroad group Reading proved especially vulnerable. This stock was advanced week after week on the strength of predictions that the supreme court would hold the com modities clause of the .Hepburn law invalid. Now, when belief has gained currency that the supreme court may approve this law, Reading cannot be exempted from any unfavorable effect by assertions that it is not a party to the suit. The condition of the steel trade re mains a source of uneasiness to the speculative element. After the decline In, stocks was decisively arrested, prices fluctuate uncertainly the rest of the day. Ronds were irregular. GRAIN. Chicago, Feb. 25. Wheat for July touched a new high record for the season when it sold here today at J1.04& 1.03'.i, overtopping by Xiii,c the previous record established De cember 4. During the day the July wheat ranged between $1.03 and 1.04 l.OVi, and closed at J1.04 14 1.04 ; and May closed at $1.16. Corn closed at (Sc to .c higher than yesterday. May being 6GVic to 6ig6614c; July 65c. Oats were firm. At the close prices were ',4c toc higher. May closed at 54G54c; July at 4940 STOCKS. Amalgamated X-'opper, 66a; Amer ican Smelting. 79; Atchison, 100; St. Paul. 141; New York Central, 122; Pennsylvania, 128; Reading, 121; Southern Pacific, 115: Union Pacific, 174; United States Steel, 425s. preferred, 109. Silver, 50c; Mexican dollars, 44c. METALS. New York, Feb. 25. The English tin market was about 10s higher today, with spot quoted at 130; futures at 131 10s. The local market was dull and unchanged at $28.60 28.75. Cop per advanced 56 13s 9d for spot, and 55 lis 3d for futures in London, but showed no improvement generally, with the tone dull. Locally laiie w.is quoted at J12.75'S'13.00; electrolytic at $12. 37 12.62; casting at $12 251 59. It is reported that offers of $13 for April shipments of electrolytic are be ing refused by some producers. . Lead advanced to 13 lis 3d i.. the London market. The local Market, however, is dull and a little lower at $3.923.97. Spelter was unchanged at 21 lrs in London, and J4.73Q4.80 in the "local market. THIS LITTLE JUINIUK KAINuc IIP mm- 11)! no J 1 !orrisfieyman Furniture Co. Noble Block. Iron was a shade lower in the Eng lish market, but locally was un changed. CATTLE AND SHEEP. Chicago. Feb. 25. Cattle Receipts, .1.5H0; market steady; beeves, $4.50rt 7.00: Texas steers, $4,3015.40; western steers, $4.10fJ 5.60; stockcrs and feed ers, $3.4." ffi 5.50; cows and heifers, $1.90i5.65; calves. $6.0018.50. Sheep Receipts. 14,000; market steady; native, $3.25fi3.70; western, $3.505.60; yearlings, $6.00(3 7.15; lambs, native, $5.757.75; western. $5.75 l 5.80. ANDREWS SEATED. Washington, D. C, Feb. 25. By a unanimous vote of the house today, W. H. Andrews was declared legally elected as delegate to congress from New Mexico,' as a result of the con test of Oetaviana A. Larizola. MONEY TO LOAN I have $10,000 to loan In sums of $2,000 or mora at 8 per cer.'. on improved country prop erty. The H. I. Latham Co., 115 N. Center St. Dr. Emmons fits and furnlsnes glas ses, 368 N. 4th avenue. AND IF YOU LIKE Cotirrrtv yours treated thus, by all means bring them to us. Entrust the work to us to do your garments will be made like new. Perfect in shape, su perbly clean, as ever raiment yet was seen. And if, perchance; yon should decide to have your Coat and Thous ers dyed, the task will not be diffi cult you'll be surprised at the result. We'll have them finished when agreed because we do our work with speed, and turn it out serene and nice at quite a modest little price. THE ARIZONA CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS. Mrs. Lilur Wilson, Prop. 235 E. Wash St. Phone Black 2031. Scott's Santat-Fepsiii Capsules A POSITIVE CURE For inflammation orCatarrt of the Hladder and uiseiei Kidnejs. No curr no pay Cures quickly aud Perm nen!!y the worst eases o Gonorrhoea and Gleet, ci piatler ol bow long stand Inn- Absolutely harmless Sold by druggists. Prict 1 00, or by r-ull. postpa'd .1 ' I Q W . - .O THE SANTAL-PEPS1N CO, aCLt.EFONTAJNK.OHtO. Elvey & Hulett. Agents. will be given away March 1st to the little girl under 12 years of age that turns in the greatest number of coupons in the Little Girls' Stove and Range Con test. If you want to get this Range as First Prize, Doll Buggy as Second Prize or Rocker as Third Prize, you will have to get a hustle on yourselves and turn in these coupons. "We have given out to our customers for every 503 purchase of Buck's Stoves and Ranges, one coupon. See your friends and get them to buy their Stove or Range now. This contest closes March 1st at 6 o'clock p.m. Saturday's Special Sales This handsome solid oak Dresser, regular price $19.00. Special Saturday $14.00 Nice 24x24 Center Ta ble, regular price 3.75. Saturday .... ...$2.75 A good durable 4x6 Iron Bed, regular price $4.50. Saturday.. $2.75 COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS. E. T. THOMA MANUFACTURING CO. Designers and Manufacturers of ARTISTIC ELECTRIC FIXTURES. Show Rooms 22 So. 3rd Ave. Phone Main 301. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n I HAZELTON'S CAFE. I Eat with us. We serve the best. I - Open I HAZELTON'S CAFE. 4 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 II I I I I I I I f -M''H"H"H"H4-'H DAIRYMEN HAVE LEARNED t THE MARICOPA CREAMERY f sets the price. Our record correct, tests correct, J prices highest, absolutely. Promises always ful- j filled. Compare this with monthly failures to make good and bring us your milk and cream. t F. M. Mognett, Pres. E. Kays, Mgr. t ltn;MtMill;ll,.i,,t..H..HH.,t,,I,lI, Ht, n uerwin-Wih.imxs Paints Word to House Wives Now you know that an Important part of most every meal Is the quality of meat you serve on the table. Phoenix women know that problem is solved if the meats come from our shop. Steaks, Chops, Roasts, Fish, etc., from our shop satisfy any epicurean. Choice Lamb our specialty just now. Phone your order. Independent Phone Main 297. A nice English Tea Pot, regular price 75c. Sat urday 45c A nice decorated Ewer and Basin, regular price $2.00. Saturday for $1.15 Cor. 1st St. and Adams. ft 3 1 1 1 1 1 m i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 until 1 o'clock every night, i 44 North Center St. i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I lit i;, ,;;;:, l;ll;,,i, ,;,,;;;,,; h- i.H-H-W''t-'I"i'-l--I''t M-H-fr mi -iir IT IS A FACT THAT YOU CAN MAKE A 3AV ING BY USING SHERWIN WIL LI AM 3 PAINTS. CALL AND GET COLOR CARDS AND IN FORMATION AT f RYDER'S LUMBER YARD PHOENIX TEMPE, GLENDALE. Meat Market 1-1 W. Wash. St