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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1909.
r Jones Dry Gopds Co. .A Special June Sale of High Grade Merchandise Preceding Inventory Beginning Monday, June 29 Bedding Dept. 7 , 72x90 full size Bleached Sheets, 50c value, now 33c 42x36 full size Bleached Pillow Cases, 15c value -10c 81x90 extra quality, hemstitched Sheets, $1.25 value .89c 42x36 genuine Pequot Pillow Cases, 25c value ..19c Ladies' Underwear. Ladies' Gauze Union Suits, 50c value. .33c Ladies' Gauze Union Suits, 75c value. .49c Ladies' Gauze Vests, silk taped, 50c value, now ." 39c Ladies'. Gauze Vests, silk taped, 40c value, now ..... 29c Ladies' Gauze Vests, silk taped, 10c vaiue, now .5c ' . i I Corsets. 50c and 65c values, all sizes 39c $1.00 and $1.25 values, all sizes, good mat rial ...69c $1.50 values, all sizes, good material 98c Hosiery. Child's black, fine ribbed, 25c value 13c Child's white, blue, pink or tan, 25c val ues 10c Ladies' black or tan, light weight, 25c val ues ........... ....19c All of our 65c, Hose for ladies, all shades, , now 49c Embroideries Free. Any of our exclusive high class Em broideries, Edgings, Insertions, Flounces, Beadings or Medallions at 33 1-3 discount and every tenth customer will receive her purchase free. You wont know until you have purchased, but if you happen to be the tenth Embroider' customer your pur chase will cost you nothing. It's free. Ribbons. The entire stock, plain and fancies, at 20 per cent discount, just 1-5 off regular price All fine Laces. . . . . . . . . . . . One-Fourth Off Ladies' Fancy Neckwear Half Price All $1.25 and $1.50 Ladies' Shirt Waists at . .. . .98c Reduction on any Suit or Skirt in our Pea dy-to-Wear department of. . . .33 1-3 Silk Gowns, Street Suits, Tub Dresses or Skirts will go, regardless of cost, at 1-3 Off These are bargains you know and it is your one opportunity to buy new, clean, unsoiled merchandise at "Sale" prices for one week only, Monday, June 29, to Sat urday, July 3rd. JONES DRY GOODS CO. The Ladies' Store GROWING POPULARITY "OF IDE COLISEUM Without a Doubt This Week's Bill Finest Ever at Coliseum. The Coliseum was pacKed last night, to welcome the new bill that came so well recommended. And no one was disappointed. 'Without a doubt .it is the best bHl that has ever beu placed upon the Coliseum stage, and for a drawing card, has had no equal except by John L. Sullivan. Every act was a finished product, high class vaude ville put on by real artisls never be fore seen on the southwestern circuit. Though the Four International Ac robatic Comiques. were embarrassed by the fact that their baggage did not arrive In time for their performance. they gave by far the best tumbling net ever witnessed in this city. Many of their stunts seem almost impossi bio. A clever act, full of life, go, unheard of stunts along the tumbling line, and repartee, was presented by the Boldens who are exceptionally good colored comedians. Otto Scheda Is the best number on the bill, with his Paganini s ' Ghosts. He took the audience by storm with his .impersonation, and to those who have made a close study of musical history, depicted Paganini true to life. Otto Sheda has made about as big a hit on the Orpheum circuit with his Impersonations of past masters as any master of the violin from a vaudeville point of view This act alone is worth many times the admission. It will probably be the last season that this high class im personator will appear on the boards of American vaudeville. Reeves and Wood are not only mak ing good in Phoenix with the high class vaudeville that they are bringing out onthe Coliseum stage, but are gaining recognition all over the south west for the quality of their shows. o The Hostile Attitude of the Preacher, - the Lawyer and the Doctor Toward Wcmen. "Votes for Women" Is the title of Prof. W. I. Thomas' article in the July American Magazine. He proves him self a staunch supporter of woman's suffrage and in the course of his arti cle, he has occasion to comment on what has been the attitude of the church, the law and the doctors, and toward women In the past, lie says: "The Christian church also has con stantly insisted on the submission of woman to the will ot man, and we came almost to accept the "honor and obey' of the ceremony of marriage as a part of natural law, but we are con founded when James Fordyce in his sermons addressed to women, advances the view that 'holiness' is a sort of 'beauUfier" which will render their charms more lively to men. 'Never,' he says, .'perhaps does a fine woman strike more deeply than when com posed into pious recollection .... she assumes without knowing it su perior dignity and new graces; so that the beauties of holiness seem to radi ate about her.' . "Of course the law has no remedy to offer, for the law is nothing if not be hind hand. It merely provided the formal measures by which women could be repressed and exploited. In England before 1S70 'a man who hud abandoned his wife and left her un aided to support his family might at any time return to appropriate her earnings and to sell everything she had acquired and he might again and again desert her and and again and again repeat the process of spolltion.' In 1790 an English writer explained that people unfit for county franchise were those whq 'lie under natural incapaci ties and therefore can not exercise a sound discretion or (who are) so much under the influence of others tiiat they can not have a will of their own in the choice of candidates. Of the for mer description are women, infants. Idiots, lunatics; of the latter, persons receiving alms and revenue officers.' , "Even medicine had its fling at women. In a medical treatise of this period , we read: 'Ln this book, I pro pose, with God's help, to consider dis eases peculiar to women, and since women are, for the most part, poison ous, creatures, I shall then proceed to treat of the bites of venomous beasts.' " . , o WELt-MAN AND PARTY Now Pushing Forward to the Starting Point. Christiana, Norway, June 22. Wal ter Wellman and the other members of the expedition that is to make an attempt to reach the north pole by balloon left here today for Tromsoe on their way to Spitzoergen, where it is proposed to make the start. f For Buildiner . o Strong, Enduring Muscles, Active, Well Balanced Brain and Nerves, Eat Grapetas Food. It contains 'the food elements necessary to the result. "There's a Reason" POSTUM CEREAL CO., Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich. Bill ,.,, h ,H"H"H"M I i i B I Don't Worry t j .. TWO TUCSON SUSPECTS HELD FOR DYNAMITING Klink and Northern Will Have Hear ing on Friday. I ABOUT HOT WEATHER. f Keep cool and comfortable by T J using Bear's f PRICKLY HEAT REMEDY, t T Is cooling and relieves prickly X heat at once. Perfectly hirm- X less and "non-irritating." Can use it on the baby. T Remember this Prickly Heat t Remedy is no experiment, and s guaranteed by f The Bear Drug Store (Enough Said.) POTTER & ROZIENE, Props. Opp. City Hall. jj-H-H1 1 1 11111 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 H- URIUN'S CONDITION BY NO MEANS SERIOUS He Is Merely Suffering From a Nerv ous Ailment. Venna, Austria, June 22. Accompa nied by members of his family, Mr. Harriman left Vienna this afternoon for the Semmering, a mountain resort. Prof. Streumpell, Harriman's physi cian, was questioned today regarding his patient. He said the magnate's condition was neither alarming nor dangerous. He Is affected with a nerv ous ailment but it is not serious, and he will undergo a prescribed course. T NEARS DISSOLUTION That Government's Scheme of Taxa tion Restricted. Perlin, Germany, ' June 22. In the lobbies of the reichstag the dissolution of parliament was freely spoken of to day as increasingly probable. It is apparent that the government can not have its entire scheme of proposed tax ation acceited; the conservatives and clericals are determined to defeat the inheritance taxes. Dissolution can take place only on joint action by the einjKrr and the federal council. m New Folding Umbrella. A new folding umbrella is so con structed that the ribs and the center rod, being hinged in the middle, will fold to half their length. When folded and slipped into its case it is only six teen inches long and can easily be carried in the overcoat or in a sarhel. When extended each rib snaps into a clamp which holds It perfectly rigid. and the two sections of the center rod screw together In a firm joint. Only half a minute is required to cither set up the umbrella or to fold it. When set up it can be carried open or closed in exactly the same manner and with the same appearance as an ordinary umbrella. From Popular Mechanics. I It I I I I I I I 1 I I It I I I I I I I I I I f 4 I OF LOCAL INTEREST i 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I II It GOES OCEAN WARD 51. J. Galpin left for the coast last evening, to be gone until the cooler days of fall. DR. DAMERON HOME Dr. L. D. Dameron has returned from a trip to Detroit in connection with the official business of the Woodmen of the World, of which order the doctor is a prominent member. McGRATH-SHARKEY Cards have been, received by Phoenix friends an nouncing the marriaga in Santa Monica on June 17 of James C. McGrath and Miss Katherine L. Sharkey of this city. They, will reside at 40S North Hill strS?t Los Angeles. The bride has lived in' Phoenix much of the time for several years and the groom is a cattleman, who has interests in the north but has been a frequent Phoenix visitor, both being well known and having many friends here. . . NARROW ESCAPE An automobile containing a man, two. women and two babies, had a close call at the corner of Center .and Washington, last even ing.. The machine, was coming down Center street, at. a rather fast rate of speed, and attempted to cross in front of. a Capitol car, coming from the east. The drfjver succeeded in swerving to the left sufficiently to allow the car to scratch by. Both of the women in the auto were badly scared. . One no doubt fearing' she would be killed tried to save her baby, by throwing it from the machine, almost ten feet to the right. Miraculously the )aby .sus tained the severe hump upon alight ing on the hard street. vitlnut any in juries. The names of the occupants were not learned. Tucson, Ariz., June 22. Hen Klink, ex-conductor, and Tom Northern, ex fireman, were formally charged this afternoon with assault with intent to commit murder, following an Invest! gation into the dynamiting of the resi dence of Superintendent Whalen of th Tucson division. The prisoners have retained counssl and demanded a hearing, which was set for Friday. The bond of each de fendant was placed at $1,000. NEW OCEAN RECORD. From New York on Wednesday; Liv erpool Monday Night. Liverpool, June 21. The Cunard line steamship Mauritania established a new world's record for passenger steamers between New York and Lon don. She arrived at 10:15 tonight, and thus accomplished for the first time the feat of disembarking her passeng ers on Monday night after leaving New York on Wednesday. o A STRIKE IMMINENT. On the Pittsburg Street Railway System. Pittsburg. June 22. The employee of the Pittsburg railways company de cided to give the company six days in which to adjust the differences alleged to be inimical to motormen and con ductors. If the company fails to act within that time a general strike will be declared. THE DESERT "PIRED HIM. Weston Had to Take a Midday Rest Yesterday. Ogden, Utah, June 22. Weston left Hogup. Utah, at S:30 this morning and rested for the night at Lucin, forty-one miles west He found the Great Salt Lake desert too much for him and he was forced to rest al most two hours at midday. He leaves Lucin at 4 o'clock tomorrow morning. How to Redace Fat The Simplest and Surest Way to Get Rid of Fat Without Drugs. How to Prove It to Yourself Free. Tnere has become known a remedy for fat, the use of which has already resulted in enormous benefit, and most probably in the saving of many lives. This remedy Is commonly called Rengo. The rate at which this rem edy will reduce fat, and do it harm lessly and surely, is truly remarkable. A pound a day is ordinarily the loss recorded, being done by compelling perfect assimilation of the food, and sending the nutriment where it be longs. The most remarkable feature of Rengo is that you can take all you want of it without running the slight est risk of harm. It can be chewed like candy and Is pleasant to the taste. Many physicians, who before were at a loss to know how to cure obe sity, are now prescribing Rengo with remarkable success. It is a great nerve-strength producer, affecting di gestion primarily, and inducing a gen eral exhilaration of mind and body. Wrinkles which apiear in nearly ev ery case of reduction of fat where injurious drugs and- starvation pro cess is tried, do not occur where Rengo is used. There is nothing "Just as good" -a-s Rengo. For sale by all druggists at $1.00 per full sized box. or by mail prepaid, by The Rengo Co., S364 Ren go Bldg., Detroit, Mich. The com pany will gladly send you a trial package free by mail if you write them direct to Detroit; no free pack ages at drug stores. For sale and recommended in Phoe nix by A. L. Boehmer. . ..fr H, ; B-B-H-B I 8 1111111 t EAT AT THE GRILL A PLACE where you may eat in csmfort -the largest menu, cooked as you like things cooked. Try the 25c noon lun cheonthe "hurry up" lunch for the busy girl. TfcM The coolest, clean est, cheapest place to eat ,in town, IN HOTEL ADAMS. REMOVAL NOTICE. We are now in oar new store and garage. Winton, Cadillac, Kes-sel-Kar and Oakland Autos. Indian, Reading Standard, Thor, Light and Merkel Motorcycles. Columbia, Light and Kmblem Bikes. All makes of Tires, Sundries, Oils, etc Give us a trial. 36 & 38 East Adams St. Arizona Motor Company 11 H I I I 1 "' 1 '1 'I "i "I "I "I1 'I' 'Mil I'MMTW ! "I "HI HI I I I 1 1 I I Bill BEST Tlim WHERE YOU CAN JJU I SECURE THE The Hackett Market Supplies the Best Meats. Try them and see. x t 31-33 E. Washington. Phone Main 132 1 - iiiiii ii hh b b n 1 1 1 1 1 1 : : 1 1 ; 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 : ii : ; : : 1 1 b i- WlfrHrfr AUCTIONS HELD EVERY SATURDAY WE BUY AND SELL ANYTHING. GOODS SOLD ON COMMISSION. W. W.HUTCHISON & SON H'l llllfr- 119 North First Ave. -H-M' 1 1 1 1 1 1 'K4-W-H-H-B-H' 1 IB: 111 lllll ill 1 1 1 I 11 1 1 i I !! II ! HHti'WfH liilllUIHII 1 It BEST MEATS We carry the best Meats obtainable. We never : : sacrifice quality to make a low price. We use the :: utmost care in selecting our Meats. Prompt delivery. ' Independent Meat Market Phone Main 297. 1-3 West Washington St. !! tin in 1 1 it 1 1 ii in h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii m 1 1 But i ' i mini ii Br Boys and Girls I Send in 10 reasons why people should buy real estate in Phoenix in the Salt River Valley Only 8 Days More The contest is rapidly drawing to a close and those who haven't already sent in their answers and intend to do so, had better get busy A fine chance to win some vacation money. First Prize Second Prize Third Prize Five Dollars Three Dollars Two 'Dollars Be sure and write your name and address plainly in your letter. Ask your friends to help you. Address all letters to Contest Department. Your Money Back If Any thing We Sell Yoit Is Not as We Rep resent It. RENTING LOANS HAl ESTATE & INVESTMENT sw 26 N.1S ST. phoe ni x .. VALLEY LANDS INSURANCE Year Money Back H Any thing We Sell Yob Is lot as We Rep rest nt if. 26 North First Street Phoenix, Arizoua. 1H-H-H-H:"5''H-1;- n