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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1909.
II ! Ail! 1 J r F I 1 i vTtffpfAi II rtfll- f vTfl Ih ? I ihk M 'MJmkll l$JE . tm WHlWWm Exclusive Agency McCaU's Patterns and W. L. Douglas Shoes Values Unsurpassed There's simply no "let-up" here. . Every day. you will' find on display merchandise of the best quality at prices lower than elsewhere. Large number of sales and . a little profit on each is the secret of the Boston Store's popularity, and Friday and Saturday we bring forth sev eral extra specials that are worthy of your closest con sideration. Many new arrivals in our Women's Apparel section. Visit the popular shopping center Monday. Exceptional Values in Women's Wearables The exclusive styles Bhown here In Smart Apparel for Women are a . subject of comment among those who know. Friday and Saturday we offer special inducements and would be very glad to show you the new arrivals In Women's Garments. Sale of New Millinery 1-3 to 1-2 Off 25c MEN'S NECKWEAR, 122c. A big assortment of Four-in-Hands and String Ties, all colors; regu lar 25c values. Monday. 12 J.-2 50c MEN'S UNDERWEAR, 33c Shirts and Drawers in pink, blue, tan, cream and white, all sizes; 50c qualities. Monday 33 $1.25 MEN'S PAJAMAS, 88c Splendid values in this good stand ard garment, regular price $1.25. Monday 88 20c AND 25c MEN'S SOX, 124c. A big lot of good sox In colors and fancy designs; all sizes and 20c & 25c values. Monday. .J2 1t $1.25 MEN'S SHIRTS, 45c. A great big lot of assorted Dress Shirts. All kinds and worth 11.25. Monday 45 $2.50 AND $3 MEN'S PANTS, $1.75 About 200 pair of these in nice neat designs of checks and stripes. These trousers are splendid value at former price. Special Mon day SI .75 TnjTTri A c See our window of these stylish Hats, and the reduced .: price,, and the, glance Each one Is marked with the former .great . saving is apparent at a 1-3 to 1-2 Off. LINEN AND REPP SUITS 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT These beautiful and much desired Washable Suits come in two piece and in these colors, pink, light blue, tan, lavender and white, both plain and fancy trimmed. Monday 1 25 Off $25 FOULARD AND MESSALLNE DRESSES, $14.85 A beautiful collection of these fashionable garments made of Foulard, Messaline and 9ffeta Silk, in all the newest style effects, worth up to $25.00. Special price, with all alterations free - -S 14.85 $5.00 AND $6.50 PRINCESS DRESSES, $2.98 These classy dresses are : made of White Mercerized Mull in one piece, handsomely trimmed with laces and tucks and have long sleeves; values at $5 and $6.50. Special 2.98 Beautiful Swiss Embroideries 29c This is a tempting collection of all Swiss Embroideries in dainty designs of this season's-purchase-. -All are 18 to 20 inches" wide and are worth 60c to $1.00 a yard. Never before have you been offered such Embroidery at this little price 29 V g $2.00 Box, 6 Pairs of Women's "Never-Wear-Out" Guaranteed Hosiery for $1.45. These famous Hose for women come 6 pair in a box and are sold , only by the box. The hose are splendid fast black and finely knitted, reinforced heel and toe. "Two feet of wear in every pair." Rnx of 6 pair for S1.45 Fine Lingerie Petticoats 92c A beautiful collection of ail white Petti coats, trimmed with tucks and embroid ery flouncing. Values from $1.50 to $2.00. One lot Monday 92 25c Ladies' Vests 1214c Lisle Finished Vests, bleached pure white; taped neck and a value that's good for 25c. Monday 12 1:2 Hose 25c White Lace 1214c Ladies' Hose of White Lace; all sizes and very pretty lace de signs; regular price is 25c a Beautiful Parasols Re duced 25 Per Cent. Our showing is superb and em braces every new style and col or combination. Today we ot Ivr a universal discount of lo) sir 65c Ladies' Union Suit 39c A fine Swiss Ribbed garment, Sleeveless Vests, Drawers are knee length, umbrella style, sells everywhere 50c and 65c. Spe cial Monday 39 mm ' " - The Very Newest Styles in Shoes Our showing is now complete In. every detait Shoes for Man, Woman and Child, in every really good style and leather is on display. We quote ; a few prices for tomorrow's selling and our windowgives a very good idea of what's new in Shoes. WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS FOR WOMEN In the new styles and that sold for $1.50. On sale Monday, special 90 WOMEN'S OXFORDS, PUMPS, GIBSON AND ECLIPSE TIES In a wonderful variety of styles and colors, such as champagne, blue, pink and grey kid. Suede combinations and a large collection in tan and patent kids; strictly up to date in every particular; priced from 2.50 to $5 FOR CHILDREN We show probably the greatest line of shoes in all of Arizona. The famous Buster Brown Footwear in every style and leather. Stock is now complete SI. 25 to S2.50 W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES FOR MEN are now here. Our spring shipment was delayed and it is with pleasure that we announce the arrival of the entire line. Every style in both Oxfords and High Shoes; in such leath ers as vici, gun metal calf, patents and novelty leathers. Here only. Weed S3.50 to 5.00 ri TRIED TO DUPLICATE ATTACK BY "BLACKHAND" UPON CHICAGO DETECTIVE Captured Sicilian Throws Some Light On Palermo Assassination. Chicago, May 1. A Sicilian cap tured by the police tonight in the search for the assailants of Dective Gabriel Longabardi, head of the "blackhand" squad, who narrowly es caped death last night, told a story that may throw some light upon the murder of Lieutenant Joseph Petro sino, of the New York police, and also prevent a similar attempt upon the life of a New Orleans city de tective name Dantonio. Detectives Petrosino, Longabardi and Dantonio, according to the Sici lian's story, were ' marked for death by the "blackhand" society in the ea-st months ago. Petrosino was killed in Italy, after a most careful plot had been -laid for him. Longa bardi has been watched for weeks. Two New York Italians whose identity is known to the police, came here several weeks ago and opened a i little grocery store in the Italian quarters on the West Side. From here' the Sicilians engineered the plot against Longabardi. They learned his habits and his fearless nature, and decided that the best way to "get" him was ' to trap him into a combat when he was un armed. His house was . watched nightly. Last night the detective no ticed men prowling in the alley and went out unarmed and asked them what they wanted. For an answer he was attacked with a stiletto. ' One man hit the detective in the head and the other stabbed at his throat, but missed and cut an artery in the detective's left wrist. The men then left, thinking they had mortally wounded their man. LEAD MINERS STRIKE. At Bonne Terre, Mo., 1700 Men Are Idle. Bonne Terre, Mo., May 1. The strike of lead miners in Leadwood spread to this place today when the underground employes of the St. Joe Lead company quit work. The big mills of the company here were forced to close and 1700 men are now idle. The St. Joe Lead company, against which the strike is directed thus far, is capitalized at 20,000,000. WEATHER TODAY. Washington, May 1. Forecast for Arizona:- Fair Sunday and Monday. READ DWIGHT B. - HEARD'S REAL ESTATE OFFERS IN THE CLASSIFIED ADS TODAY. ,g. , ,1:I $.t....H4HH,.H, ,;;, ,H.HWm4HH., Be Particular Be particular. Don't eat any old thing just because it's cheap. You have only one stomach and when that s out of commission you can't eat any thing. Demand good meats well cut and fresh. What little you eat let it be good extra good the best the market affords the class of meats handled at Hackett's.. "DEMAND THE BEST." The Hackett Market .... . . - - . f 1'hone JUain 1. ; JiJast Washington St. f THE HOME OF THE BEST. p j..f.t. t t-..- . . .. .A.y.AAJI..f.AA.f)t..1t...AA.FMf A PARKER'S TOWNSiTE TO BE HURRIED IIP The Matter Will Be Made Special in the General Land Office. Parker, May 1. (Special.) The Parker Improvement . association to day received from Delegate Ralph H.. Cameron the following telegram: "Have taken up townsite, matter with Commission Dennett' who issued in structions to have the matter made specif and further instructed officers in cnarge to mane a speeay aisposi tion. The land appraiser will be ap pointed within two weeks. BASE BALL DAY On Account of the Weather, Only Two Games 'n the East. Coast. At Los Angeles-Vernon R. ..2 H. 4 Los Angeles . . .x 4 Batteries Hitt ajid Hogan; Koest- ner, Tozer and Ross. At Portland R. H. E. Portland ,L 2 4 0 Oakland 0 5 f Batteries Garrett and Armbruster; Tonneson and LaLonge. At San Francisco R. H. E. San Francisco .' . . . 6 7 0 Sacramento 3 8 3 Batteries Davis and Williams; Brown and Graham. and under these conditions the associa tion has much less danger of a loss. From the public viewpoint the value of the institution as a home builder and a town builder can hardly be es timated. A list of the Phoenix homes that have been buiji through the "aid of this association would be a long one and a pleasing feature of it is that many of them are homes that would not have been ' built except for the saving practices on the part of mem bers, established through the inflience of the association. To that extent it has been also something of a char acter builder, enabling men to get the best out of themselves, for themselves. The beauty of the plan is that when the association prospers the members prosper and in turn when the members and the town are prospering, that hap py condition Is reflected In the pros perity of the association. o WHAT TONICS ARE. When the papers are full of adver tisements for this or that great tonic, people are apt to be tempted to try them, but it does not take long to dis cover that after all there is nothing equal to Sexine Pills for any form of nerve weakness in men and women. We seldom find anybody who can say he or she was cured by this or that wine, extract or liquor, but almost any one can testify to the great nerve and body-building qualities of Sexine Pills. Sexine Pills are absolutely guar anteed. Each box has a cash coupon in it. They cost $1 a box, 6 boxes for $5. Four months' treatment for $5. Sold by Elvey &. Hulett where they sell all the principal remedies and do not substitute. EMBEZZLER CONVICTED On account of cold weather, rain or snow, at various point, the only games in the major leagues were as follows: National. At St. Louis R. H. E. Cincinnati 8 7 4 St. Louis ...7 6 1 Batteries Karhor, Gasper and Mc Lean; Rhodes, Moore and Phelps. ' American. f At Detroit R. H. E. , Detroit St. Louis Batteries Works and R. ..5 ..2 8 10 8, Seattle, May 1. R. F. Tharkhurst, formerly asisstant cashier of the First National bank, charged with the embezzlement of $50,000 of that in stitution, was found guilty by a jury in the - federal court. He lost the money in speculations. He was sen tenced to fifteen years. CANADIAN MARATHON RUNNER. Dai ley and t?riger. Stanage; 4.' A FLATTERING BUSINESS One of the financial institutions of which this city has reason to be proud is the Phoenix Building & Loan association, whose report at the close of business April 28, is printed elsewhere in these columns. From a small concern or ganized in this city it has grown to be an institution with resources aggre gating nearly two hundred thousand dollars. The loans at the present time aggregate $175,000 while for more than a year past the application for loans has been double the available supply of money. This speaks well for not only the business of the association but reflects creditably on local, condi tions in many ways. From the asso ciation viewpoint, there is the widest range of opportunity for gilt edge loans. No need exlts for making poor loans just to keep the money working, Toronto, May 1. J. D. Marsh won the Canadian Marathon at Hanlon's Island today in the good time of 2:39:47, more than a second better than St. Yves' time in the New York Marathon. THE BIGGEST ENGINES . EVER CONSTRUCTED They Will Be Used by the Santa Fe Mostly in Arizona. San Bernardino, May 1. It was learned here that two of four giant locomotives for the Santa Fe, building at the Baldwin Locomotive Works, will be assigned to freight helper service at Needles and Seligman. The engines are the biggest ever built in America. Their weight is twenty tons more than the mammoth loco motives just turned out for the Southern Pacific for use in Cali fornia, making a total weight of 320 ilpns. . Two of the engines are for pas senger service and will be assigned to passenger road service over the Raton mountain. They will be the first engines of the Mallot type ever assigned for passenger service. . WH-HH S A L O KI E It's the town :- On the A. & C. It's the mines, Look good to me. It's the climate, It's the water If you don't go You had oughter. It PANAMA ACCIDENT. Eleven Men Killed in Culebra Cut by Falling Cars Panama, May 1. Owing to the pre mature releasing of the airbrakes of several dump cars, an accident was caused today in the Gold Hill sec tion. The cars started "down an incline and fell into Culebra cut below, kil ling eleven men "and seriously injur ing nine. LYNCHED FOR ASSAULT Tyler, Texas, May 1. A mob of 1,000 persons broke into the jail here today and lynched Jim Hodges, a negro charged with assaulting and seriously injuring Miss Winnie Har man near here last night. i Notice to Republican . . . . Subscribers . . . . Before going away on your vacation, do not fail to give orders to have The Republican follow you. No trouble to . change your address as often as you wish. The Republican is 75 cents per month, (seven days a week.) Phone Main 47, and the circu lation man will do the rest. TRY A TURKISH BRICK FOR SUNDAY DESSERT. DONOFRIO ZUNKEL CONFECTIONERY CO. READ DWIGHT B. HEARD'S REAL ESTATE OFFERS IN THE CLASSIFIED ADS TODAY. strong, durable, comfortable I garments for-workingmen it Our Mar K You See It Everywhere W HY is -it that , the gift mark is the "Hilderbran" mark? That you find it on almost every gift and on every occasion? At the for - ma I dinner Hilderbran will usually be found on the silver service. When she accepts he gift what does she look for first? The "Hilderbran" mark, of course.. .Hilderbran stands for Taste, Quality and Honest Prices. V COMPANY "FOR GOODS OF QUALITY." 99 Close Neighbors Come all The Way From Chicago to Arizona to Get Acquainted While out horseback riding the other morning, a visitor here from Chicago saw a man irrigating his fields, and never having witnessed anything of the kind before, he be came interested and asked if he might watch the process. 'Certainly," replied the rancher. "Where' re you from?" "Chicago." "I am too." i "What section?" "2085 Boulevard." "Well, well, 1 lived in the same block until about a year ago." Then names were given and greet ings exchanged, when finally the rancher said: "I used to be employed bjr & Co. "You did?" So did I." And thus they found that they had lived and worked in the same block and same factory and had never met before, and really didn't remember having ever seen each other. We believe there are many, many such instances as this right here in the valley. In fact, we are going to tell you of a few more. What is more, we believe there are numbers of people here all the time who know other people who are here and would be very K'ad to locate them. There's a way. It is our purpose to provide that way. Post Office News Store Charles Hinckley, Proprietor. 136 N. Center St .t..;......;....;i.;.i..;..t..;..;..;..;..i..i..i..;..;..;.--4-. Free Free Free! SPIRITUALISTS AND INVESTIGATORS are invited to attend on Sunday evening. May 9th, in the Melczer hall, at 114 West Adams St. X A free lecture and free spirit tests will be given by the Ex alted Mystic Rabboni. Tour de parted spirit friends will talk to you through the medium. You will witness startling rev elations through "Psychic Phe nomena" you will marvel at what you will see. There is no admission and there will be no T collections taken. Ladies and gentlemen are an welcome. Doors open at 7:00 o'clock p.m. and lecture and free spirit tests at 8:00 o'clock. SEATS ARE FREE. Come everybody, and there will be free ice water. - ' S.