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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1909. - -w iiiii i j tsg :! Honored by Women When a woman speaks of ber silent secret suffering she trusts you. Millions have be stowed this mark of confi dence on Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y. Every where there are women who bear witness to the wonder working, curing-power of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription which saves the suffering sex from pain, and successfully grapples with woman's weak nesses and stubborn ills. IT MAKES WEAK VVOHEN STRONG IT J1AKES SICK WOMEN WELL. No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her con fidence misplaced when she wrote for advice, to the World's Dispbnsaby Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce' M Pleasant Peseta Induct mild natural bowel movement once a day. r " Silk Gloves and. , Stocking's 3 Off The Better Kind at Lower Prices An elegant assortment of Ladies' Silk Gloves in long and short lengths, all colors, 50c to $1.75, at one-third off. Also Fancy . Hose to match any dress or shoes at one-third off. SALIM ACREL 16-1S East Washington. J 5 J 3 v I i- -I US 1 1 TELEPHONE Just ask us over the telephone what you ought t ? to have for dinner, and we will suggest something you want. We have everything that's good in the $ meat line that can be found. I Independent Meat Market Phone Main 297. 1-3 W. Washington St. Vote for Center St. Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. E LITTLE BUTTE ORE J. Q. . Denton Succeeded By B. R. I d: o i . .... . . '"" aupenmsnoeni ot tne Ari zona Bouse Co. i !t""" n i Standard Furniture Co 5 4- A complete line of New and Second Hand Furniture, Rugs, ? VnA1rd.v on1 nnmltPBRrA 5- WE SELL FOR LESS Phone Main 357. S4-36 W. Washington. j BEST ON THE MARKET. MARICOPA CREAMERY CHEESE '. f SUITS THE TRADE. MARICOPA CREAMERY PASTEURIZED '. X CREAM SELLS ALL 0VER ARIZONA. '. tlH'HtMtiMIMMIWHHtMlimMttMM- Walter A. Wood TWINE BINDERS $150.00 PHOENIX HARDWARE COMPANY. 4MlMMMm8HMmiHmmnilMtHMMMf Secretary Bishop, of the Arizona Bouse Mining company, has received returns from the second car of ore sent to the smelter and the net pro- 1 ceeds are greater than that of the! first car, being $602.53. The second . car returned 10 7-10 copper and $8.58 go'.d per ton. It is not expected the returns from the third car will be1 as great as the ore shipped was from : the screenings. The fourth car, how- ! ever, should -make a good showing. . The fifth car was loaded Saturday and will probably go forward from House this morning. J. C. Denton has resigned his posi tion as superintendent of the mine and proposes to exploit some other' properties in the near vicinity, among; tnem the Fay Car group. Mr. Denton is succeeded as superintendent of the Arizona Bouse by B. B. Binns, who has had wide experience in copper mining in Mexico and in gold min inir in Ooldfield Wv Development of the ' Little Butte ! continues unabated and fully sat-' Isfying as to results. A double head ' station has been cut on the 200 foot level, so called, though it is really 215 feet from the opening of the in- eline shaft and about 200 vertical j depth. From this station openings : may be run in any direction desired. ' The vein did not straighten up as much as had been anticipated and is 1 now probably as far if not farther I from the shaft than it was on the 100 foot level. It is estimated that a crosscut toward it will probably go forty feet before cutting the vein proper. Such a crosscut is now in twenty-five feet, and presumably the vein wi!l be cut some time this week. This same vein on the 100 foot leVel it will be remembered, i was penetrated fur sixteen feet, no ; effort being made to go clear across 1 it, as there was all the ore required without so doing and the fuller ex-1 ploration was left for the lower levels, ! from which upraises anil stoes may 1 be run. The shaft encountered a fine I stringer of ore between the 10(1 and ' 200 foot levels, but it is not regarded as the vein proper j No sinking has been done yet be- low the 200 font level as the men have 1 been busy cutting the station and driving the cross cut, but .sinking ' will be resumed at an early day. I Though water in small quantity was encountered at the 200 foot level and ! still accumulates slow ly so a few i bucketfuls can be hoisttd every day, I It is believed it is surfaee water and ! that the permanent water level has j not yet been reac hed, though the , sulphide ores are found in greater quantity at this depth, indicating its ; approach. " j On the 100 foot level ore is still be-j ing taken from the south drift, which ! is now in ninety-five feet, the breast 1 of the drift having been in ore all ; the way from the shaft. The drift is following a sulphide pay streak of about three feet in the ledge, this par streak returning the high grade copper values.. The rock on either side carries much less copper as it has been leached, but it seems to re tain gold values as rich as those of the pay streak, so cal'.ed. ,ttZF5V'm'1'mmmmmmwim9mmnnnmm a iLM3M 'Ot??-' J -Furnish your "TV "y "TT "TT "T" aggum - d f i A 121 MONEY. JL J V V mm m r ki i : ntm -j i-n- w - r . m H I t HE B Every depart ment offers INTERESTING VALUES. si t Is the Time Dollars Do Double Duty TTT A close our fiscal year and annual inventory in a very few days, after VY i j the most successful business period in the history of the great store period of activity, of hustle, of growth, something done, . some thing accomplished. We have added new friends and become more. firmly en trenched in public: favor. Inventory time under most favorable conditions is laborious and complicated. It takes the time and attention of office force and sales people alike. This year we not only want to simplify invoicing by dispos ing of every odd piece, remnant or broken lot, .but also., to reduce our regular stock, and as a fitting climax to our banner year make the 12th month of our business cale ndar a month of SUPREME VALUE GIVING AND TREMENDO US ACTIVITY OUR ENTIRE LINE OF EXTENSION TABLES DISCOUNTED 20 '$27.50 C. 6. Buffett cut to $22.50 $30.00 Mission China Closet, mirror back and 4 shelves, cut to $25.00 33.00 (J olden Oak Chi na Closet, 2 mirrors, cut to $27.50 .f20.00 Iron Bed in ivory and gold, cut to .. $12.50 $24.00 Iroff Bed, artistic design, cut to $14.00 LACE CURTAINS Our regular stock is discounted 20 per cent, but we have many one pair Curtains in our stock that will be dis posed of at cost at the figures (juoted below: $10.00 Lace Curtains cut to $7.50 $8.00 Lace Curtains cut to $5.50 $0.00 Lace Curtains cut to $4.00 $3.00 Lace Curtains cut to $1.85 GRANITE WARE All the discounts ad vertised during the sale arc still in force in our Granite Ware depart ment. Are you going to take advantage of this opportunity? "We have arranged a China event that should fill this great store to overflowing during the rest of the sale. Do not miss this event. DorrisHeyman Furniture Co. THE COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS. Vote for Center St. Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. ALL OUR STOCK OF SUMMER BLANKETS AND COMFORTS DISCOUNTED 20 $18.50 Velour Couch, plain upholstered, cut to $14.75 $1G.50 Velour Couch, tufted upholstered, cut to .....$13.00 $10.75 Box Bed Couch, cut to $13.50 $4.75 Reed Rocker cut to $3.75 $10.00 Reed Rocker cut to $7.75 Sweet Arizona ofangea, $2.50 a box. Crump's. THE EXQUISITE CLEANLINESS O F OUR BAKE SHOP Appeals to particular housekeepers. Bread at 6 and 10 cents; delicious Dinner Polls and Buns at 10 cents a dozen. Raspberry, Red Cherry and Gooseberry Tarts, 6c each. PHOENIX BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY. Est. 1881. Edward Ei sele. Prop. Phons M. 89. Vote for Center St. Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. JUST LIRE HOME Is the way you will find the cooking at California Restaurant, 33 N. 1st Ave SRE LIMES HINTS TO SHOPPERS Sure! Everybody does when thev drink our x juicy, fruity, sweet and t sour, so vorv cooling 1 "Limeades." Made I from ripe I Limes. Mexican TOM'S AMERICAN KITCHEN ParUea served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private room and family style . when desired. Tom does all his own pastry. For a good dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Tom's new American Kitchen. Regular meals, 25c. Short orders ail night. tl North Center Street. Phoenix, Arizona. Garden City Restaurant Coolest and Cleanest Place In Town totat Nice Private Rooms for Partlw and Families. Short Orders at All Hours. REGULAR MEALS, 25o. Nos. 11 and 21 East Washington St MARK LAND, Proprietor A FULL LINE OF Gas Ranges JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEF Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. Vote for Center St. Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. T Vote For the Center St. Bridge ana a greater rnoenix. Adams Pharmacy - Henry B. Cate, Mgr. In Hotel Adams. Tel M 243. One of the recent Parisian ideas for the June bride, is a creation in foulard silk. A white back gTound with stripes consisting of tiny blue dots and also of larger dots the size of a five-sou l iece making a dcei er border. Set in ! numberless fine sheers this Dorder forms a yoke on which the skirt is dropped with considerable fulness. Two deep tucks weigh the hem. A band of English embroidery close to three inches wide, separates and joins the skirt, and the low cut, spft bodice, shirred to a narrow round yoke. Gath ered generously to the arm hole, the three-quarter long sleeve is drawn with a little fulness into a - loose straight cuff of embroidery. . There Is a "baby" under the sleeve of mous seline de soie. Mentioning parasols, the handker chief will be used a great deal at the beaches and summer resorts. The Jap anese flat shape will also be in prominence. Many Rajah silk shirtwaists are be ing worn at Atlantic City. What to read? Have you gone through "The Rule of the Three." by Alma Martin Kstahronk, the story of Pike's Peak? One of the most enjoy able extravaganzas of the hour. Her dialogue is lively and natural, situa tions amusing and awav out cf the realm of probability, with a finale that goes clear to the quick and reaches the heart strings. A clever and enter taining creation for an afternoon's amusement. The- "Crismon Conquest," by Chas. Bradford, a tale of when knight was bold, where hearts were brave and love n-igmjrt supreme, brings one back to the days of Spanish conquests and the finding of a new land of gold. Its descriptions are vivid, situations nat ural and thrilling, with the warm love of Spain and Mexico. The "Journal of a Neglected Wife." supposed to have been actual tear-outs from a real diary, pours forth the se cret stirrings of a broken heart as only a diary could disclose. Is probably the outcome of a morbid temperament or written under the stress of great trouble and is the first step out upon the road of a mental unbalancing. One should be advised to think twice be fore deciding to read these disclosures put into book form by Mabel Herbert L'rner. And yet after the first pages of the book are gone through with a foe ling of repugnance, you cannot help but feel that after all it carries the conviction of a tragedy not so uncom mon in the home after all. Here we find the selfishness of a man who de liberately ruins or blasts the happiness of two go.jd. true women and kills the joy of thefr lives forever. It is full of a vital truth but is presented in such a way ,so unrestrained and crude ad to defeat its very purpose the purpose that the author had in mind. The Hub Clothing store has two of the classiest windows of its line ever presented to the gaze of Phoenix shop pers. This is the outcome of the new advertising man. Mr. Pivilbliss who .is exceptionally clever in the publicity line. Speaking about windows, be sure and have at least a peep at those of Jones. There are new suggestions for those de.siring linen and jumper suits. McDougall & Casou are showing a choice and exclusive line of shirts for the man who likes to be up to the minute. Mr. Diehl is presenting a large as sortment cf high class shoes for wo men and children, a little above the ordinary run of shoes carried here. They are not the flashy kind by any means, but shoes made to fit, and of a high quality both in workmanship ana leather. The Bear Drug store is going to come out with a new list of fancy drinks every week during the summer months. "It has or.e of the neatest and most attractive soda fountains in the territory, finished in old mission after the style of the San Gabriel mis sion in California. Soe Dr. Swigert lor correct glasses. 17 E. Adams St. Phone Red 2461. "rir,Wj,i2y,S''I''I'i'4'S$"$'l"S''l' Tubercular Patients Seeking cooler climate for sum mer should come to the high lands of New Mexico. .j. Low Summer Rates. ? FRATERNAL CITY SANATORIUM. T Alamo Heights, j. Alamagordo, New Mexico. ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC North Center St. Phoenix, Arizona irzaaszzxozxxj I I I I I I H I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I f U I I I I I I III 1 1 I I 1 1 I I I I I I I I X J Ball Bearing' Mowers J Ostrich Feather FANS ' CAN YOU THINK OF A MORE -SUITABLE GRADUATION GIFT? Almost every girl prefers something for a graduation remembrance that she can keep and always use. What is more acceptable than an Ostrich Feather Fan? Vote For the Center Street Bridge. The Arizona Ostrich farm "offers you the finest grade of Ostrich Feathers on the market anywhere. Their Ostrich Feather Fans have no equal, and are admired everywhere in "EVERY FAN GUARANTEED." WE FILL MAIL ORDERS. the world. They are no higher in price than other so-called high f?SS??f3 grade fans in fact, they are more reasonable. 'S$h?rfi&r. 2Wcna Ostricbrm. v WmM ,pl)0:nl)u jrbTOu Sales Room Corner First & Adams Sts. LONG HARDWARE COMPANY. I H M I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I The Place to Buy Lumber is where you can get the best quality for the lowest price. It's the quality and service that count. We have what you want in the building line. Get our prices on Red Cedar and Redwood Shingles. Rubber Roof ing, Corrugated Iron, Nails, Round and Split Cedar, and Redwood Fence Posts, Barb Wire, Lime, Plaster, Cement, Lath, etc. If you want to save money, see us before you buy. The O'Malley Lumber Co. S-W-i '1"H .H..M-H-H-H I I H l-l-i-Vl- M V I I l-l i KmH1"M"H"H"M"H"H-- ...GROCERY BARGAINS JWe are redecorating and remodelling our store, and nex week will offer bigger bargains than ever before. Rule-Matthews Grocer Co. T PHONE MAIN 3 NEXT DOOR TO NEW YORK 8TORE. .,,,,-sHH-'I''l i ! H"M v m .i..ti.;..:.t..n. w-m-h-- 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I III II I I I I I I I M I I I I I I I I I WE FIX 'EM. " None too complicated, none too simple, but all cuaranteed at Jack's i place. PHOENIX AUTO CO. I Phone Main 145. 229 E. Adama St I n 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT 44-45 EAST ADAMS 8TREET. - Everything New, Nice and Clean. Private Family Dining Rooms. 1 CHARLIE LINO eV CO, Prop.