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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1909.
8 niM"j'"iyw','"'1 32 THE NEW HAND BAGS NEW ARRAY OF PARASOLS Beautiful examples of the new styles. Parasols arrive and depart daily.. From manufacturers in New York, anil from Europe we are receiving exclusive types that are not shown elsewhere. They are all moderately priced, arid are causing unbounded satisfaction. The exclusive styles run as high as 15.00- The more ordinary, from 75 an( un- The styles most popular fur 12 inch, bags being among deep shapes. Colors, black, the coming season are of the larger type, 9-10-11 and the leaders. These come in all leathers and mostly browns, tans, greys and greens, large horn-back, alli- gator bags are much i n demand. All thy new style Dags come at, THE BEST ALWAYS from , 81.50 t S7.50 Cotton Crepe 15c This is a good quality and worth more. Excellent for waists. Come in pink, lavender, light blue, red, pearl grey and navy. Now on display at, per 'yard 15 Children's lawn Dresses at reduced prices. Good quality white lawn dresses, yoke trimmed with lace and embroidery insertion and silk ribbons, sizes from 2 to 6 years. They're now going at 1-3 off regular price. Linen Suiting 28c We have a few pieces left of this 40c quality, strict ly all linen, 30-inch wide in' 3 shades of light blue, reseda and lavender. See tiiis before it's too late. Per yard 28 Women's and Children's Shoes The air of exclusiveness is at once realized in look ing through our showing today of shoes. These are carefully culled from the immense stocks offered by the country's foremost manufacturers. Nothing is bought for us in rafts of misct llanpous mediocrity. They are picked with an eye ever upon the style and smart innovations introduced constantly from time to time throughout a season. Considering the -selectness of our shoe offerings, and the security our customers may feel in being up to the moment in New York's most recent decisions, we can confi dently affirm that our values are unequaled. A shipment of the new styles now in stock. nffw aw imr. . FLATTENING OUT THE TESTIMONY OF COUNCIL MAN ST. CHARLES. No Financial Pressure Had Been Put Upon Him. The indications are that the grand jury investigation of legislative brib ery, will fall to the ground today. It collapsed with the testimony of Councilman St. Charles and his wife, who arrived in tTte city from King man yesterday morning. The charge of bribery or attempted bribery, seems to have been based upon a W. H. McBrayer's Bottled in The Uncrowned for 62 WHY- The grains used in the dis tillation of W. H. McBrayer's Cedar Brook are especially selected with great care by experts who have made dis tilling a life study. Mashed in small old-fashioned tubs, the same as in 1847. After its distillation it is transferred to our V. S. Bonded Warehouse on the premises and stored in spe cially made white oaken charred barrels where we al low it to remain for 8 years to become thoroughly ma tured, thereby attaining the highest point in purity. This is of vital importance and increases the cost of produc tion of W. H. McBrayer's Cedar Brook, bottled in bond. W. H. McBrayer's Cedar Brook fr-H-H-H-H-H-;1 H 8" fy)W.a,M?BOT VI I it We Know By Experience We haven't got the "swell head" and we don't think we're "smart," but hard knocks in our long expe rience have taught us our business and we know just what will please 3011. "GIVE US A TRIAL" THE HOME OF 4- report that Mr. St. Charles had stat ed after the vote on the Pace bill, that he had been offered $10,000 to vote against the bill. Who had made such an offer was not stated, and so far as known, rumor had not connected the name of any particu lar person with it. Mr. St. Charles denied yesterday that he had been offered that or any other sum for his vote against the bill and he and Mrs. St. Charles co roborated the testimony of Chairman J. P. Dillon of the democratic terri torial committee given earlier In the day. Mr. Dillon had been questioned in regard to any influence that might have been attempted to be exerted upon Mr. St. Charles. Mr. Dillon said that opposition to the Pace bill and support of the later segregation bill had been made a party measure by the organization and thit he had Bond King of Kentucky Years BECAUSE The distillery, located in Anderson County, the heart of the Blue Grass region where famous limestone springs abound, makes this whiskey the peer of all oth ers. After W. H. McBrayer's Cedar Brook Whiskey has been in bond 8 years, under the supervision of govern ment officers, it is reduced to 100 proof by using pure limestone water. It is then bottled in bond, a little "Green Stamp" placed over the neck of the bottle being U. S. Government guarantee of its integrity thereby In suring to purchasers a whis key which is Justly regarded as the "Flower of Kentucky." Distillery, Lawrenceburg, Ky. H-Hfr x ackett Market THE BEST. SOME Unless you want to lose money do not overlook tli Goods. Thrifty readers certainly will be in strong need only be seen to be appreciated. Every piece Serges, Voiles, Cashmeres, Panamas, Cheviots. N mention. Call and get satisfaction. Imported SemiMade Robes Make a point to see these robes. We are now showing these exquisite, partjilly made robes at prices which will enable you to get a charming dress with newest effects and design, for little money. They come in lace, embroidered linen and embroidered mull. Just read these reductions: v $8.50 Robes in white pink or blue S5.65 $9.00 Robes in white, pink or blue..,. S5ii)5 $10.00 Robes in white, pink or blue S7.65 $12.G0 Robes .In white, pink or blue.. S8.15 $15.00 Robes in white, pink or blue $J).95 $17.00 Robea in white, pink or blue Sll!t)5 $22.50 Robes in white, pink or blue SISiOS Linen Waist Patterns Exquisite hand embroidered. In olors, all over cuffs. A bargain at these reduced prices: $5.00 Waists for $10.00 Waists for in.4li,llW,:vLiwani- "-h i endeavored to bring Mr. St. Charles into line. His representations had been made in the presence of Mrs. St. Charles. There had been no talk of money: nothing but party loyalty and possibly the penalty for kicking over the traces. Councilman William Morgan of Navajo county will probably be here today. It has not been charged that anybody ever offered Mr. Morgan a bribe, and it is generally agreed that nobody interested in the liquor busi ness would have had so little wit as to approach Mr. Morgan with a bribe on that or any other subject. But it had been reported that it was to him that Mr. St. Charles had stated that he had ' been offered $10,000. . A telegram was received by the sheriff rom Assemblyman Sutter of Cochise county, who was with his wife at Los Angeles. Mr. Sutter had just learned that a subpoena had been issued for him. He said that he had been summoned before the United States grand jury at Tomb stone today and had expected to be there, but that if his presence before the Phoenix grand jury was still de sired, he would come here instead. The grand jury having heard the statement of Mr. St. Charles, di rected the sheriff to reply to Mr. Sut ter that he need not come. It is probable that a report will be made upon the matter today, though it is possible that the grand jury will ignore the subject altogether. ARRESTED ON A FELONY CHARGE Pidgeon Says "It's All a Mistake," but Will Be Returned to Scene of Crime, Just the Same. Joe V. Pidgeon, alias Frank Howard, was arrested late last night at the Dorris rooming house, 32 South Sec ond avenue, by Marshal Moore on tele graphic instructions from Chief of Po lice Wilson of Oakland, Cal. Pidgeon if wanted in that city on a felony charge, the nature of which was not made known in the telegram. When arrested, Pidgeon said that his name was Howard, and made the usu al explanation that it was "all a mis take." He declined to give any In timation as to the nature of the crime for which he is wanted in Oakland, and at first said- that he would not return to California without extradi tion papers, but later changed his mind and agreed to go back without caus ing unnecessary trouble. When Marshal Moore went to the Dorris, Pidgeon was out, but he found a woman friend of the man there and decided to wait. After waiting for some time, he heard Pidgeon, or How ard, as he Is knowik, at the rooming house, coming up the stairs. The man entered the room carrying a couple of bottles' of beer under one arm and a package of sandwiches under the other. "Is your name Pidgeon?" asked the marshal. "No; It's Howard," he replied. "Whnt do you want?" "I have a telegram for you." Pidgeon read the telegram calmly. "Well, I'll go over to the jail with you, Tout it Is all a mistake." Turning to the woman, he said: "Be sure and come over to the jail tomorrow and see me," which she promised! to do. He will be held till an. officer Is sent from Oakland to take him there. Appetite ... ' Naturally follows activity. Grape-Nuts FOOD satisfies appetite and gives energy. J "There's a Reason." g SNAPPY BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY front, collar and g?3 25 S7!-15 2E PLEASANT SURPRISE OE FRANK DAVIS He Made All Arrangements To Go To Penitentiary. The most surprised man in town yesterday was Frank Davis who was given an indeterminate sentence for forgery yesterday, the sentence being suspended during his good behavior. Davis had pleaded guilty to the indict ment or the indictments against him, for there were four of them. He had obtained a genuine check from L. B. Orrae for $8.75, and had made four others as nearly like it as possible and obtained cash on all of them. When sentences were passed on those who had come before him, sen tences ranging from two and a half to fivo years, Davis had settled in his own mind that he would get about four years. When he was asked why sentence should not be pronounced upon him, Davis made as good a talk as possible; he said that he was not criminally inclined but that he had committed those forgeries while under the Influ ence of liquor. When the court pronounced the In determinate sentence having taken Davis at his word, he nearly fell out of his chair. The real force of the blow however did not occur to him until later when Jie had regained his free dom he remembered that he had given all his clothes away to his fellow pris oners, except such as he would have to wear to Yuma. Among his bequests were a. valise, fifteen pairs of socks some extra shirts and a couple of pairs of trousers. He was now thus left at freedom with not a change of clothing. "But," 'said he, "this sunshine looks good to me; that life of Inactivity I've gone through has been a good whip ping and hereafter I'll be a good dog. No more booze for me. When the judge was handing those packages around to the boys I bid farewell to life for four years but when I heard the indeterminate sentence I made up my mind that I would be a different man." Within fifteen minutes after he was turned loose, Davis had secured a Job. FUNERAL OF ELMER E. BIERCE The funeral of Elmer S. Bierce, who died Tuesday of tuberculosis, was held ' T VVTVVYVV,5"lf' 'V 'I 5t NOW IS Collins Harness and Ve ese bargains we offer today in All "Wool Dress evidence here today as we are offering values that of Woolen Dress Goods has been cut in price. othing has been reserved, mere are too Among all the bargains laid out today we have gathered hun dreds of yards of dotted and figured Swisses and embroidered novelties together, which will give you an extraordinary oppor tunity to buy high grade material for waist or dress at the price of inferior qualities. LOT 1 Dotted Swisses and Novelties In white and colors. Some values up to 65c per yard, today they go at 19? LOT 2 Some beautiful designs in checks, stripes and figured patterns. Values up to 85c. Now they go at 29) LOT 3 These are all imported wash goods in neat designs for waists and dresses. Values up to $1.50. Sale price, per yard 49? A Silk Bargain We don't say that all we advertise are "bargains," but bargain which should not be overlooked. 19-INCH MESSALINE SILK, 29c. A regular 49c quality silk in taupe, rose, dark green, pink and light blue. TIE your Trunks, Dress Suit Cases, Valises and Grips from our well selected stock. We have the quality and style, as well as the price. Call and let us show vou them. First Door East of Hotel Adams. yesterday from the Merryman par lors. The interment was in Green wood. Mr. Bierce was a compara tively young man who came here from Southport, Maine, for his failing health. He leaves two sisters in that town. He belonged to the Knights of Pythias, many of whom were pres- I ent at the funeral. The services were I conducted by the Rev. B. R. Cocks, o Wanted Everybody to know that great bargains can be had on 5c. and 10c. counters at Curio closlng-out sale for a few days more only. ON THE BEAR Every purchaser of $1.00 worth of mer chandise today is en titled to a glass of. our famous ICE CREAM SODA We are now prepared to sell any quantity. THE BEAR DRUG STORE ( House of Reliability.) Opp. City Hall. Tel. Main 93. Lingerie Dresses $7.50 Wonderfully dressy princess Lingerie Gowns trim med with Baby Irish Crochet Lace. If you are clamoring for a stylish and at the same time reason ably priced dress, put us to the test. Wash Linen finished skirts perfect fit. It's not the little money. many 10 Linene Snits $5.00 The latest triumph in Washland are oar popular linen finished suits in lighf-blue and tan, plain col ors or striped. Xow on sale at 5- some at S7.50 GERMAN SPONGE CLOTHS Some extra values at. 10 and 12 1 2c GERMAN MOP CLOTHS Good size art 10d and 12 1t BATH MATS 75c In pink, red, tan, light blue and green, size 40x23. This is a good value. here is a tan, Alice, POST CARDS, PHOENIX VIEWS, 1c. EACH. PHOENIX VIEW BOOKS, 15c. EACH. AT THE BIG CURIO, ON ADAMS ST. Big strawberry sale; 3 boxes, 25c. McKee's, Saturday. For sale, 23c, 50c, 75c. and $1.00 ar ticles on 10-cent counter at closing-out sale of Curio stock. 112 West Wash ington st. o Three boxes of strawberries, 25c. McKee's, Saturday. V A hi 1 . t . l Tslij Him III 1 i '-'," Mil:. - "( ' - 'vr. .::f.i 4 M ' ?TTiT'- vv 1 r "- A Skirts $1.25 in white, neatly tailored and kind you usually get for so THE FAIR FREE FREE Elegant Hat Pin Free with ev ery Hat sold during discount sale. SHIRTWAISTS. 4 The newest Spring Shirtwaists have to go at half price to make room for a new "ne S1.50 S2.00 INDIAN MOTOR CYCLES Always the Best. Reading and Light Motorcycles; Cadillac and Winton Automobiles; Columbia and Light Bicycles. Tires, Sundries and Repairing. See us for .prices. Quality Counts. ARIZONA MOTOR CO. ' Phone Red 8532. 31 So. 1st Ave. Gl LLETT The Tailor Carries the Largest Stock of Goods in Arizona. 17. WEST ADAMS STREET. Ml 1 1 I I I I I I I I II I It 1 1 i i i I Rogers & McMurtry :: Auction House. :; 24 W. Jefferson St. ' A reliable Auction House con- . . . . ducted by competent Auction- ) eers. Goods sold on commis- sion and prompt returns made. ! ', .- Regular sales at 1:30 p.m. ev- ery Saturday. Outside sales of any description solicited and ! ! will endeavor to give satisfac- ' ' tion; particular attention given to the- patronage of ladies, who ! ! ! will never find anything in our 1 1 auction room to offend the most fastidious. ! ! I I I I I I I' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I U I CALYPSO Is in fine condition for the season of 1U09 and can be seen, -Mondays and Tuesdays at J. X. Xofzinger's ranch, 5 miles west on Christy road. Wednesdays and Thursdays at G. L Harris' ranch, 4 miles north on Seventh avenue. Fridays and Saturdays, Palo Alto Stables. Terms same as last year. M. B. HOROVITZ, Owner. M. Rose Manager. A - -