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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY . MORNING, MAY 2, 1909.
5 Seasonable Merchandise All Over Fliis renounced Price Reductions Swe at P Monday 3c Y(T Monday For choice of hundreds of yards Torchon and Normandy Yal. Laces Edgings and Insertions in a splendid variety of patterns dnd widths, real Washable Laces tlmt sell regularly from 6yc to 10c per yard all at one price, yard ; 3c Muslin Drawers A Large Lot of Wo men's Muslin and Cam bric Drawers 10 dif ferent styles, all um brella effects; some with lawn, others with cambric ruffle, tucked and hemstitched or em broidery trimmed, reg ular 25c and 35e values closed or open Mon day at, pair . ..... .19c i Jap Silk A Considerable Quan tity of Black Jap Silk The better class, the kind that's absolutely water and perspiration proof, genuine Lyons Dye, 27 inches wide, In far the best ever re tailed at 75c special, yard 53c Lons: Cloth Short Lengths of Eng lish Long Cloth A fine, firm grader the sort that sells off the bolt at 20c per yard, fully 36 inches wide, 3 to 10 yard lengths special Monday, per yard ..- 12c Night Gowns A New Lot of Women's Night Gowns Made of either cambric, nain sook or long cloth, low and V-shaped neck styles, mostly mikado sleeves, variously trim med in pretty lace and needlework, banner $1.50 . values special, garment .... 99c Monday 33c Pair Monday For choice of hundreds of pairs Women's Lace Lisle Hose Beautiful allover lace effects in either black or tan, Gordon dye, spliced heels and toes, sizes 8V2 to 10, always sold at 50c per pair. Slonday, choice. .33c Interesting Some Mighty Special Purchase Pongee Silk Dresses f - A Limited Quantity of These, Made of Genuine Shan tung Pongee A spot cash purchase by our resident X. Y. buyer fashionable garments trimmed in but tons, silk corded yoke, empire back and front, bought to sell for $25, yet we marked them only $18.50 extra . special Monday at .$13.99- The New Lingerie Waists As an Extra Special for Monday we shall offer an extra fine line of Lingerie Waists plain tucked styles with mousquetaire sleeves, a grade that would easily rank at other stores among the best at $2.00 here at, choice $1.19 Values in Latest Arrivals ReadytoWear Apparel The New Tub Dresses Day in, Day Out, We Are Receiving Many Clever New Ideas in Princess Dresses. Materials vary considera bly some made of pretty checked Gingham, some of French Percale, others of Linene in solid colors, every one guaranteed not to fade. Prices range from $3.50 to $10.00 Black Silk Skirts at h Price Another of Our Ever Alert N. Y. Buyer's Phenomenal Spot Cash Purchases A lucky pick-up of high-grade Dress Skirts at 50c on the dollar. The garments are made of choice quality Satin Duvhesse and Chiffon Taffeta their workmanship and finish vie. with the best they are marked for quick selling from $11.50 to $22.50, but Monday you mav take your choice at exactly " y2 PRICE Sale of Voile and Panama Skirts A Dainty Aggregation of Voile and Panama Skirts Up-to-date Spring models; the former in black only, the latter in black, blue and brown, variously trimmed in strappings and satin piping, bonafide! $7.50 and $8.50 values special Monday-for. . .$5.21 More New Street Dresses Quite an Attractive Collection of These Washable affairs, one-piece effects in jumper style; some made of linene, others of soft, silky looking Iiayure in plain and polka dots, banner values at $2.00 special Mon day at, choice : $1.49 Thousands of Yards St. Gall Embroideries at Almost Incredible Reductions 12cYard 29c Yard 49c Yard 19c Yard For NaiflSOOk and Swiss Embroideries For AIIover Nainsook Embroideries For Finest Swiss FloUflCingS j For Hamburg, Cambric and Swiss Embroideries Regularly priced at 25c, 30c and 35c per yard. If appearances don't deceive, there must be some thing like 5500 yards in the lot. A dainty aggre gation of Edgings, Insertions and Beadings, in blind and openwork effects, up to 7 inches wide. well worth 50 G0c and 75c per yard. The patterns are just right for Yokes, Shirt Waists and Children's Dresses. We also include a big lot -of extra fine Edgings and Insertions that formerly sold up to G5c per yard. that cannot be matched elsewhere short of $1.00 per yard. It's a magnifi cent assortment of "rich, rare designs, 27 inches wide. You want to see these a mere description will never do them justice. well worth 40c and 50c per yard. Elaborate pat terns, hundreds of them, in Edgings, Bands and Corset Cover styles, from 5 to 17 inches wide. It's the banner group, embracing blind, open and Eng lish eyelet effects. e MERC. ZEPHYRS A Large Collection of "Delaware" Mercerized Zephyrs A dependable wash fabric of softest fin ish, 29 inches wide, a broad range of colors in checks and stripes to choose from, should be 15c special Monday, per yard 1UC ' SUMMER VESTS A Fine Line of Women's Swiss Ribbed Vests With lace voke, low neck v 7 and no sleeves, armholes and neck taped, an excel lent garment at the regu lar price of 20c special for Monday, each . . . 12Vc TOWELS 10 Dozen of Full Bleached Turkish Towels With hemmed ends, large size, suitable for bathroom use, bought to sell at 25c for one day special, each 15c PERCALES A Considerable Lot of Yard-Wide Percales Short lengths in a num ber of desirable patterns and colorings, the good kinds, such as would sell off the bolt at 15c spe cial Monday, yard..,.. 9c tin nn iiiiniiiumniih I OF LOCAL INTEREST ;.iiiiuititin iiiii 1 1 hi ii- SANTA FE WAREHOUSE Work will l-oin. Monday, on an addition t" the freight sta!:on of the Santa Fe road. The station Is now 16x150 feet in dimensions, and the new building will be Just twice that size. It w ill be a wooden structure and will cost aboui J5.000. VOLUME OF BUSINESS Territorial Treasurer Kirkland says that his of fice, as well as that of the Phoenix postmaster, transacted "some" busi ness during the month of April. The total of warrants drawn on the treas urer during the month for school ap portionment, current expenses, etc., amounted to $145,21)5 83. ARTHUR McGINNISS PAROLED One of the incidents of the last day of Governor Kibbey's official service was the parole of Arthur McGinniss from the Industrial school at Benson. Ar thur was sent to the school last Octo ber for the period of his minority. He is now 13 years old. and his conduct has leen good, wherefore he will be given another chance to start life again with his family and friends. CHANGE IN DISTRICT CLERK'S OFFICE Robert Hoag, who has for some time been deputy clerk of the district court, has resigned to go to Pierre, S. D., to take a position in a large colonization project. He will leave Tor the north tonight. Clerk E. S. Dunlevy has appointed Fred B. Cook to succeed him. Mr. Cook has for some time been In the employ of the Wells-Fargo company. A RUNAWAY Mrs. J. W. Roebuck, wife of the manager of the Western Union, and Mr Bowman, 'wife of the day operator of the telegraph company, had a narrow escape from serious In Jury in a runaway the other day. Mrs. Cowman did not entirely escape, since she sustained a brtfken shoulder-blade. Mrs. Roebuck received several "contu sions. There was a baby in the wreck, but It escaped without a scratch, MAY DAY CELEBRATION The ladies of Trinity Guild gave a May day lawn fete at Eastlake park yesterday afternoon and evening. Distributed about the park wery.various prettily decorated booths, iracb rh all kinds of eatables and co0"16 "asai.... dis played for sale. wne0 ,ne ae tut ; drinks of all kinds were dis ! pensedk There was a May-po!o dance for the children in th- afternoon and dancing by the grown-ups in the evening. SWART2 GETTING WELL R. E. Swartz. the young man who tried to shoot himself through the hrart on Friday afternoon, was resting well at the Sisters' hospital, yesterday, and there seems to be little doubt of his early recovery, but it will not be early enough for his trial on a charge of embezzlement tomorrow. He express ed regret again yesterday that hln aim had not been a little better, but he said that. Inasmuch as he failed, he is row anxious to get well. OFFICIAL CHANGES When an administration changes, state or na tional, the one thought uppermost- is the probable change !u the personnel of the minor office-holding class. Thus far there has been a quite general ten der to the new governor from various quarters of a willingness to resign in the event ho desires to make any changes, thus leaving 1:1m free to se lect as co-operative and harmonious "a staff of administration ofl'ii ials as possible. The governor, though, hav ing made no announcements, has not -jus far signified his intention of mak ing many or rapid changes. In keep ing with the idea first expressed above. Captain Carter, secretary of the live stock sanitary commission, in con formity with Instructions given him by" the members of the board at their last regular meeting, yesterday, in their behalf, verbally announced to the governor that each and every mem ber of the boarj was willing lo tender his resignation, should the governor desire it. Otherwise they would con tinue to perform the functions of their offices until further instructed. None of them is averse to continuing in the service under Governor Sloan, but they desired to relieve him of any embar rassment in the event his plans should include changes. The response of the ;. crnor was non-committal, though il uu.4 accompanied by a jolie from which it could be easily inferred that the personnel of that particular board was not at this time giving him irri tating concern. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Services today, May 2nd, will be as follows: Sunday school U:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 o'clock; sermon by the pastor, Rev. Henry Martyn Campbell; theme, "Enthusiasm in Religious Service"; anthem, "My Soul Longeth," (Marston): offertory duct, by Mr. Keep and Mr. IK-inrich, "O, Divine Redeemer," (Gounod.) Junior Endeavor at 3 : t pt m. T. P. S. C. E. Consecration Service, 7:U0 p. m. Evening service, S:DU; sermon by the pastor, second of the series of dis courses on the Sermon on the Mount, anthem, "Abide with Me," (Green); offertory solo .by Mrs. Hughes, "o, Shining Light," (Spencer-Adams.) All are cordially invited to attend these services. Church at the corner of Third avenue and Adams street. BAPTIST CHURCH First Baptist church, corner Third Ave. and Mon roe street. Pastor Rev. Orville Coats, residence 2412 West Adams street. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7": 30 p. m. Morning subject: Chris tian Enterprise. At tile evening ser vice the pastor will give the third in the scries of sermons on "What Bap tists Relieve, and Why." Subject: "What Baptists Believe About Man.? Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Junior I'nion at 3 p. m. Baptist Young i People's union devotional service at 7 o'clock. Mid-week prayer and praise service Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. LATTER DAY SA.NTS The Re organized Church of Jesus Christ of I Latter Day Saints, will hold Sunday services as follows: "Preaching in the Plaza at 1 p. ni.; Sabbath school in a hall at 432 W. Washington St., 2:45 p. m. ; Prayer meeting 'in the hall at 3:50 p. m. The public is cor dially invited to attend these meet ings. Will S. Pender, Missionary, S18 E. Monroe St. THE MUSICIANS' CLUB The Musicians club will give a reception on Monday afternoon from 3.15 un til five, at the residence of the presi dent, Mrs. R. M. Tafel, C23 West Adams St., in honor of Mrs. W. F. Nichols, the founder of the club. The reception will be informal and each club member will have the privilege of bringing one guest . Big strawberry sale at McKee's Cash Store today. The celebrated Teed Ware should be seen at the Bide-a-Wee Sales Room, 33 Polk St. Phone Black 9532. - - Sweet Arizona oranges, 12.50 a box. Crump's. See Dr. Swigert for correct glasses. 17 E. Adams St. Phone Red 2461. . READ DWIGHT B. HEARD'S REAL ESTATE OFFERS IN THE CLASSIFIED ADS TODAY. POST CARDS, PHOENIX VIEWS, 1c EACH. PHOENIX VIEW BOOKS, 15c. EACH. AT THE BIG CURIO, ON ADAMS ST. DRINK HEALTHFUL VITALIZING VI-TO-ZONE THE NATURAL MINERAL WATER H-H-H I I I I I I 1 1 l I I I 1 11 1 I ! ! 1