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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1909.
M IN READINESS FOR THE MASONIC BALL 19c For Women's Lace Trimmed Pants jQ For Swiss Embroidery Flouncings 15c For Our New White Wash Bells Considered extra strong values at 25c pair. inai were lr.arrcea to sen at oc ana spi.yij per .yard. All new gcK)ds;' nothing but dc.sira) le pat-' terns, finest St. Gall goods, 27 inches wide al out 30 different designs to choose from. ' That cannot be duplicated later in the sp.i KELVIN'S NIGHT OF NIGHTS LAST NIGHT. Fine Jersey ribbed garments, umbrella style, full fashioned, an extra nice quality. We have them in regular sizes and those ior larjre women. son for twice the money. Pretty embroidered effects, ornamented "with handsome pearl buckles.. . A dozen different styles in the collection. There Wn An Expectancy Alto Con cerning Music and Ice Cream. Kelvin, April 22. (Special Corre spondence of The Republican.) As the eventful and much longed for 22nd is on hand, the date set for the Besse orchestra, the Donofrizzle-o Ice cream and the Masonic ball to be handed us, the youngest to the oldest in our camp are broadening their grins. The plans for the event of the camp's life are .materializing as smoothly ajd rapidly as one could wish thanks to the com mittee and any: one not on the good side 'of those Masons who are In good standing .and fails to get a bid well, we don't know ' words of sympathy which would properly express our feel ing for him. The postoffice was flood ed Sunday and Monday with most at tractive engraved Invitations and no x one Is apparently overlooked. , "We understand .that Mr. Hennis, of Hennis & Griffin Mercantile company, who has been in Phoenix several days, has been so fortunate as to secure the Besse orchestra for Thursday night, j and Phoenix people who visit Donofrio for Ices on that night will find it nec essary to go on up to Kelvin If they are particular about his especial make. The Kelvin opera house will be very tastily and fittingly decorated tonight for the occasion- and the finishing touches : put on "by artistic ' fingers '"manana.", - The writer hopes to be able to secure hanging-up room on a. nail or some place from which he can see and report the affair, but it looks dubious now. - ! We note Mrs. J. W. Beebe and I daughter accompanied by Miss Zach- ery,- ameng the Ford hotel guests for several days last week, taking in the ( Sells-FIotO' shows -and extending their , stay over-until yesterday, doing sum- i mer shopping In the meantime.'- 1 ' Messrs. Kail and Johnson of the Hercules store, were also registered at the Ford on Saturday the former gen- ' tletnan going as far as Phoenix with i his friend. Johnson, who left the com pany tfeaccept his ld position in Port land," Ore. r ..' Some , one has decided, and did so loud enough for it to be heard, that 'Pete" has -a most convenient set of teeth. He-can lose a filling every now and then 'just as easy as not, bui is well known in town and caa get a den tist Sundajrl so don't ' miss his work very long. ; We are quite distressed at the sud den departure of Mr. Johnson, as men tioned afcove, for U was understood he intended remaining with the Hercules j until some, -time next month, but hav- , ing a Competent man at hand, in Mr. ; Steel,' to succeed him, and with a p- I sition being held for him he udlenly j decided on Friday to go out Saturday j noon and to see Phoenix before leaving j Arizona. - We have no doubt that j "Pete" showed him as much of the city as was possible for two pent-up . diooo.8 10 see in me time given mem between the train in and the eight o'clock train 'out to Los "Angeles. He reports the Inest time ever, but from outward and visible (signs today, he spent only a small amount on pillows. o : Go to the Alaska Fair Free. Mc Kee's Cash Store. ; A Few of the Many Popular - v rnceu news: 29- inch Delaware Cotton Zephys a peach of an assortment in ' plaids, stripes and shepherd checks; every desirable color. Special per yard .12 l-2c 30- inch "Ramony" Mills Batiste a dainty dose-woven article, very - fine and sheer. Hundreds of pieces in dots, figures and stripes. Special per yard.'; ...... .12 l-2c f- , .... 36-inch "Ramony" Mills Percales with Belfast Linen finish,; many different de signs and colorings, also bordered effects. Special per yard .... i 15c 27-inch 'ManviUe' Cham bray in oxblood, brown, blue and grey, with bor ders. Special per yard 15c 27-inch Linen Lustre, in cadet, sky blue, navy blue, brown and green, looks. like linen. Special per yard ....'v. .16 2-3c 33-inch Indian Head Suit ings Fancy styles, con sisting of neat stripes in various colors. The best linen finished material atj yard 20c 27-inch Shimmer Silk A pretty, lustrous wash fab ric, in an excellent collec tion of plaids. Special, per yard .'. 25c 27-inch Poplin In a variety of fashionable spring shades, also dark colors, very desirable for tailored costumes. Spec ial, per yard. 25c 32"-inch "Rawsco" Ging hamsOf genuine Glas gow manufacture, in solid colors, neat checks and stripes, warranted fast colors. Special, per yard 25c Stylish Outer Apparel at Fascinating Prices TAFFETA SILK DRESSES Handsome 1 Princess Dresses One-piece styles, made of fine Chiffon Taffeta,; in all the new popular shades, elaborately! trim med in corded embroidery, tucks and net sleeves, actual $12.50 and $15 values special today for ; . V . $9.98 NEW LINEN SUITS: 4 . . . Another addition of magnificent new models 2 and 3 piece styles, reflecting the very newest ideas in trimming there is gracious elegance written all over them. They are exact copies of genuine French models you ought to see them a delight sure enough. . . . ; .$25 to $50 Off on all our wool TAILORED SUITS Fashionable women should take advantage of such an offer as this. Real man-tailored suits in all the newest spring col orings, built of popular materials in strictly up-to-date models. Tailored Waists Regular $1.25 Tailor Made -Waists Of nice white linene material, well made, have stiff col lar, and cuffs, all sizes special today 79c f Price for choice of one lot SAMPLE DRESS SKIRTS Particular Dressers will find just what they want in this great group of Skirts. All new models, in blue, black, brown and various colors. - 2Z WOMEN'S LACE HOSIERY. Genuine "Hermsdorf" Dye. Lace Lisle Stockings elegant lace boot effects, splendid heels and toes, full regular made. Sizes 8 1-2 to 10; similar stock ings bring 50c elsewhere; here today, pair 33c ft, BED SPREADS A fine line of new bed spreads displaying some very elaborate Marseilles patterns, full double bed size, scal loped all around, a bar gain at $3.00. Special today . .'..$2.48 DRESS LINEN 5 Pieces of Nice Qual ity White Dress Linen full yard wide and warranted absolutely pure Irish Linen, suit able' . for skirts and suits, the best ever at 65c. Special today, vard 48c j WOMEN'S UNION SUITS Jersey Ribbed Union Suits for Women Summer styles; low. neck and sleeveless; umbrella style pants tliat are trimmed with crocheted lace, cheap enough at 35c. Special today, suit 25c .For sale. 25c. 50c, 75c. and $1.00 ar ticles on 10-cent counter at closing-out sale of Curio stock. 11! West Wash ington st. POST CARDS, PHOENIX VIEWS, 16. EACH. PHOENIX VIEW BOOKS, 15c. EACH. AT THE BIG CURIO, ON ADAMS ST. LAST DAY OF REGISTRATlbN. The office of the city - recorder will be kept open until the last moment to the hour of midnight tonight, for the accommodation of the belated voter. There, are now about 1,800 names on th register, and it is ex pected that the ' usual last day rush wl!l tuing- at least 200 'more today.' s Dresses '' Girls' Colored Wash Dresses Va rious pretty . styles, made of nice quality Percale and Chambray : in solid colors as Avell as polka dot and figured designs, all ages and colors, regular 65c and 75c values special 48c Boys' Suits Regular $5.00 and $6.00 Boys' Suits Correct spring models, every one of them cut in top notch style, "beautifully tailored, handsome- pat terns, double-breasted and Norfolk models, sizes 6 to 16 years choice today for $4.24 j THREE MONTHS WORK : AT LITTLE BUTTE time as it ' was " taken from the ground, to' be used as a basis of cal culation, the net profits on this ship ment ought to be at least 2000, but the company recognizes that these , high assays cannot be maintained jas a. run of the ore and In its esti- A Fine Record for a Property Now mates discounts the values fifty per Practically in Its Infancy It Is Now f cent. It will therefore be consid a Producer. j ered a flattering showing if the net (return is anywhere near $1000, for The first car of ore to be shipped 'that will certainly be high grade ore. by the present owners of the Uttle The company expects to ship about a Butte copper mine at Bouse, was sent ' carload a week from this time on, out yesterday. Were the high assays increasing it to about three cars a received from the ore from time to ace wnere an tne u is done in restrul cooln ess 'j Kitchen Coolness No hot and blistering air " to sap vitality and make ' cooking intolerable when work is done on the safe, economical and comfort able New Perfection jWkk .Blue Flame Oil . iv-ook-btove. Using , your kitchen is not a -.' room to fly from, but a pi; necessary household work . J -J . 'm. 1- -I. - T T rpl . uuan i ncui me Kircnen. ine pclBjue Flame Oil Cook-Stove u built with a CABINET TOP iust like the modern steel ranee. Combines conveniences found in no other oil stove. The perfect stove ftr summer, l hree sizes. With or without Cabinet 1 op. .At your dealer's, or write our nearest agency. ; '.m "jRamt. lam?- ' draft lamp free from the faults of other lamps. A perfect crtificial light. .' Handsome and safe. If not with your dealer, . write our nearest agency. STANDARD OIL, COMPANY (lacorporatcd) week when the new siding Is in place, for at present the ore has to be hauled three and a half miles. President Meyer and Secretary Bishop of the company, yesterday mailed to each stockholder a copy of a statement of the company's oper ations for the first three months since it took : charge of the property, and the substance of which is herewith reproduced as being of general Inter est at this time: The property of this company was purchased on the 15th day of January, 1909, from Messrs, Bouse and McMa han, the 6riginal locators, and on the 19th day of January; work was started under the superintendence of . J. C. Deiton- At that .time the work done consisted of a 40-foot shaft and about 20 eet. of drifting at the 40-foot level. ' Immediate steps were taken for the organization of a camp, as at that time nothing of this description was on the property, and plans were laid for work on a considerable scale. ' At the present time we have on the property a boarding house capable of taking care of fifty men, quarters for the men, superintendent's house and office building of two rooms, engine house and blacksmith shop, gasoline hoist installed, and a full and complete equipment of tools, supplies, horses and wagons for. carrying on the work in a systematic and workmanlike man ner. ; - Since work was started on January j 19th, the width of the vein at the sur- face has been shown by numerous sur face workings, and special attention hag been given to the sinking of the shaft as rapidly as possible, with a view of reaching the sulphide zone of ore. At the present time the shaft is down 115 feet, being sunk in the foot wall Under the vein of ore whicli crops out at the surface five feet In width. At this depth a crosscut was run to the vein which was reached at a dis tance of 20 feet. The crosscut was con tinued through the vein, and after be ing driven 20 feet in ore, the hanging wall had not yet been reached, .and drifting was commenced on the vein both north and south. Three shifts are now on this vein taking out nothing but ore, which from samples taken across the face of the drift averages $106 per ton in gold and copper. A large quantity of this high grade ore is now piled up on the dump, and the ore actually in sight will re quire, many months of shipping. . A contract has been made with a large freighting outfit for the haulage of the ore to the railroad. At present the shipping point Is Bouse. 3 miles distant, and from here the ore is for warded to the smelter at El Paso, Tex., the most convenient and favor able smelting pclnt. The grading " is now being done for a siding on the A. &C. railway, 2000 feet distant from the mouth of the "Little Butte" shaft, and when this is completed the ore will be hauled to this point, a distance of less- than half a mile. During the coming quarter the work of sinking the shaft will be prosecuted vigorously, gaining depth as rapidly as possible. At the same time, the north and south drifts at the 115-foot level will be continued, and the work of tak ing out ore both by drifting and stop- ing will be done so as to bring our regular, monthly revenue " from ore shipments to as high a point as possi ble. Within a very short time three cars a week will be shipped. 1 The siding at "Little Butte" station now being installed will probably dur ing the coming quarter be extended to the mouth of the shaft, that ore may be dumped direct from the mine into the cars thus eliminating all haulage of the ore. Everything connected with the fi nancial end of the company's affairs is in splendid condition. The rule is rigidly adhered to of paying all month ly expenses promptly on the 10th of the following month, and at the pres ent time there are no outstanding ob ligations due. Our sales of stock have enabled us to accomplish this end, and. at the present time the company bas a good line of credit. A considerable number rf. our stock sales have beetn on the 0, 60 and 90-day basis, And we have at the present time sufficient funds coming in during the i net ; three months from deferred payments on stock to take care of all our current expenses as well as the payments that will become due upon the property In that aeriod. Returns from the ore shipments will be coming in steadily, the first returns being expected about the 25th of the month of April. The cars will average about JSOft net in gold and copper and very soon we will be shipping three cars a week, or an average, of about $7,000 per month net received from this source. From the above brief statement it will be seen that we are in the best of condition for the bringing of our company to a successful, dividend paying organization. We believe we are justified in a little pardonable pride in the results accomplished in the three months of our existence, and no . stone will be left unturned to put this property on a dividend paying basis in the shortest time possible. Eminent engineers with national repu tations have expressed their belief that this property will prove one of tho greatest in the territory, and it sim ply remains now to work it as a straight business proposition of get ting out a valuable product in the quickest and most economical manner possible. iff You oBy tCmiew ' when a dealer offers you a number of 5-cent cigars, which one costs him most, your selection would be easy. . By the laws of trade,. that one must be the best . EVery time it's the jy U ill -Rothenberg & Schldss ; Cigar , Co., Albuquerque, X. M.', Distributors. M m Cr& JW