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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1909.
A THOUSAND MILES Jones Dry Goods Co. A Special June Sale of High Grade Merchandise Preceding Inventory Beginning Monday, June 28 Dress Goods Dept. 42-inch Cream Serge, $1.25 value 73c 38-inch Egyptian Voile, 75c alue. 39c 54-inch All-Wool Chevron, $1.25 value 73c Silk Dept. 27-iuch All-Silk Rajahs, $1.00 value. . . .69c 27-inch Summer Foulards, 40c value. . .28c Chaneys All-Silk, Satin Foulards, $1.25 val ues, now 83c White Goods Dept. Famous Flaxons, 20c value 15c Persian Lawns, all widths, all grades, go ing at Y2 Price Silk Plisse Crepes, 75c value 39c 30-inch Imported Dot and Embroidered Swiss 29c Dress Staples. Imported Plaid Gingham, 35c value 19c 30-inch Silk and Wool Challie, 50c value, now 39c Cotton Messalines, very pretty, 50c value, now 33c 27-inch Superior Dress Linen, 35c value, now 19c 36-inch Sea Island Percales, 15c value 10c 27-inch Toile du Xord Gingham, 15c value, no w 11c Men's Furnishings. Men's White Negligee Shirts, collar at tached, 75c value 48c Men's French Balbriggan Underwear, 50; value ......... 33c Men's Egyptian - Balbriggan Underwear, 75c value . .V. ........... . 39c .Men's Porous Mesh Underwear, 50c value, bow 29c Men's Four-Ply Linen Collars, all sizes, 15c values, 8c Household Dept. 18x3G Linen Huck Tbwel, 25c value. . . .15c FrfndCottrrrr-Faee-Towels, small, per dozen 50c Full sized, hemmed Huck Towels, 15c val ue, now 9c Checked Linen Crash Toweling, 15c value, now 8c 20x45 Full Bleached Turkish Bath Towel only ........ ..19c Table Linen Specials. Full width pure White Table Damask. .19c Extra width pure White Table Damask, Gpc value . . ..49c 72-inch Silver Bleached Table Damask, $1.00 value . 69c All Calicoes, standard brands.... 5c Cotton Challies, new colors and designs 5c Big line double-fold Curtain Swisses. . . .9c ,P.L An Arizona Girl Who Is Living Near to Nature's Heart. A letter was received yesterday by a Phoenix friend from Mrs. Hawkins, who lives near the town of Davao in Mora province, inland of Mindanao, in the Philippines. Mrs. Hawkins was for many years a resident of Globe, Tuc son and Phoenix and is known here as Miws Sylvia Kennedy, to a reat many who will bo pleased to hear of her happiness and prosperity. She was at one time a clerk In the Arizona legis lature and lert here to become a stenographer )n one of the government departments in the islands. She was rapidly promoted to a remunerative position and married finally a Mr. Hawkins who is the manager of a large lumber company operating at the place of their present abode. She de scribes the place as the most beauti ful one can imagine, with waterfalls and bounding brooks on one side and Davao bay on the other, and all man ner of luxuriant tropical vegetation surrounding, filled with birds and flowers and monkeys. Beside Mr. and and Mrs. Hawkins the family Is com prised of her sister with her husband and baby, her mother, Mrs. Kennedy, and her brother. Save one other white man the family comprises the sole white population of that particular locality. The natives are a simple minded lot, but a few degrees above the monkeys, and live In palm houses or In the trees much after the mon key fashion. They are Ignorant and unattractive but have the becoming virtue of being entirely peaceable and friendly with the whites. One in this country- thinks of the Philippines as one little patch on the map Just as an unlettered person in Europe would confound Tampa, Florida and Seattle as being two neighboring towns In America, but the truth is th"t the Philippines covers quite a patch of the earth's surface and the lack of tran sportation facilities makes it big of Its size. To Illustrate Mr. Hawkins says that It is a thousand miles from their home to Manila which is the island metropolis and It takes twelve davs to make the trip, owing to the fre- uent stops made by the loon' bon Prac tically therefore, while Mrs. Hawkins is in the Philippines, far away from Phoenix, she is still as far awav from the center of excitement In the Philip pines as Phoenix Is from New York. But she says she is happy and pros perous which are two of life's greatest objects. o HONORED REQUEST OF GOVERNOR GILLEIT Never Fails to Restore Gray Hair to its Natural Color and Beauty. No mutter how long it has been gray or faded. Promotes a luxuriant growth, of healthy hair. Stops its falling out, and positively removes Dan druff. Keeps hair soft and glossy. Re fuse all substitutes. 2)4 times as much, in $1.00 as 50c. size. Is Not a Dye. $1 end 50c. bottles, at druggists Semi Jc ! tree book " The Care nl t be Uatr. " Phik) Hay Spec Co., Newark, N. J. Day's Harflna Soap cor pimpw, rrd, ruujrb aud chapped bands, and all akiu di eai KeeM ttkio tiuc aiM Mult. 23c. druyiristii. bcod 2c tur tree buuk "The Care U Ute Skin." A. L. BOEHMER, CENTER AND WASHINGTON STS. SALE OF DELINQUENT ASSOCIATION LANDS The Annual Tax Sale of the Salt River Valley Water Users Governor Sloan yesterday honored a requisition issued by the governor of California fof the return to San Ber nardino from Prescott, of a Mexican named Rafael Muro, wanted on the charge of kidnaping. The requisition wus presented by George Acunaa, dep uty sheriff of San Bernardino county, who will leave for Prescott at once to take charge of the prisoner. Mr. Acuna says the crime alleged was committed in San Bernardino county last winter and the officers have been trying to locate Muro ever since. He was recently found In Pres cott in company with a fourteen year old girl who he claims is his daughter, and who Is the child alleged to have been kidnaped, from her mother. The mother denies the alleged' fatherhood of Muro and indicates that he simply stole the girl, presumably with an im moral motive, though it is understood the girl accompanied him without pro test. The officer expects to take them back to Callfmnia. Pursuant to the laws of the Salt River Valley Water Users' associa tion, the lands in the association on which the annual assessment of 1908 had not been paid, were sold at public auction. There was only one bidder present, I. E. Walker and all sales were made to the one party the amount totaling JC3.65. It Is Interesting cash year to com pare the delinquent sale with that of the preceding year, to show the trend of events. Kach year the number of delinquents has been less than the year before, showing that the land owners are annually becoming more and more educated to the error of permitting their lands to become de linquent. Every piece sold in 1')8 was redeemed soon after, Just as the delinquents this year probably will be by the payment of the penalty of four per cent per month on tin amount of the indebtedness from date of sale until redemption. Much of it will probably be redeemed within a month and all of it before long, so that while the percentage of penalty seems high the profits hard ly pay the bdider to bother with It, knowing the land will almost cer tainly be redeemed. It is for that reason that there are few bidders. Later on when assessments for res ervoir construction are made the amounts will be worth while and some people in close circumstances may become bait for speculators. At the present time the annual sale is a mere formality to keep up the pre cedent and comply with the law. The total of delinquents last year amounted to $94.40 as against $03.Cj this year. The acreage involved last year was 1S8 as against 1303 this year. This year there were nineteen tracts owned by sixteen persons, while last year there were twenty tracts owned by fourteen persons. The 1303 acres sold this year is a fraction over one-half of one per cent of all the land signed to the association. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I OF LOCAL INTEREST 1 1 1 n . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h 1 1 To-Day Special prices on ele gant small Ostrich Feathers. See window. A chance seldom of fered. Arizona Ostrlcl)Tarm. If 3011 like coffee ou should try a. COFFEE SUNDAE Coffee or Milk at our soda fountain. The flavor is fine. - j- giants -JjJharmarg J6. Cats Jtyt. Tel. M. 243. In Hotel Adams. FOR IRON SPRINGS A. C. Mc Queen will make a week's end trip to Iron Spring. DR. CRAIG TO VISIT EUROPE Dr. Craig and family left last evening for the east and for a trip through Kurope. He will be away from the cit.v until fall. In his absence his practice will be cared for by Ir. Oy sart. HOLBROOK NEWS A new repub lican weekly newspaper has been born in Holbrook, the republican pap er of lhat county. Mr. Sidney Sapp, the editor and publisher is quite well known throughout the territory anil Holbrook is promised a live sheet that will make things doing. SURVEY APPROVED The official survey of the Pera. Beiita, Demon, Ramona, Cycle and Texas lode min ing claims, situated in the Blue Tank mining district. Yavapai county, and claimed by P. A. Tharaldson, has been approved by the surveyor gen eral. This survey is designated as mineral survey No. 2649. NEW BADGES HERE The Elks are in receipt of thtir new badges which are of an unusual and beauti ful creation. The badge consists of the regulation Elk pin of medium size with a surmount of three os trich plumes. A pendant is sus pended from the pin representing a basket of roses. Altogether the badge cannot be beaten for beauty or origi nality. Neither will it be excelled by any convention badge from any of the states. NEW ENGINE II. A. Hammels, D. Rales and Mr. Rentlcy of Buckeye were In the city loading a new en gine for sje Cooprative Creamery company at Buckeye yesterday. The old engine was found too small for the work that would be required of It from the installation of the new Ice plant that has Just been made. The ice plant now enables the resi dents around Buckeye to have their own ice. Heretofore all the Ice has been . hauled across the desert. Ability Ana Clear Brains are sure to win Grape-Nuts FOOD FOR BRAINS! . "There's a Reason." I DORRI S-BEYMAN FURNITURE COMPANY Arizona's Largest House Furnishing Store EXTREME CASES Require HEROIC REMEDIES WE DON'T CLAIM to be heroes . BUT WE DO CLAIM lo be giving the greatest values ever offered in Arizonanot because we want to, it's simply a case of force. Busi ness judgment tells us it's cheaper to sacrifice profits than to move, re finish and handle over two or three times the largest stock in the terri3 tory. The contractors are rowd ing us for room. Look for the Red Tickets. They speak emphatically and to the point - - - EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME BUY NOW PA Y LA TER ST. PAUL WILL HAVE A TENTED SUBURB Provision Made For the Invading Army of Endeavorers. St Paul, Minn.. June 24 (Special Correspondence of The Republican.) Anticipating a flood of Christian En deavorers from all parts of the world that will swamp the combined facilities of all of St. Paul's hotels, arrange ments have been completed for a tent ed city where the surplus of the 2'i.OtMl expected guests will be satisfactorialy cared for. Its location will be only a block from the magnificent new Minnesota state capitol building and it will be occupied during the interna tional meetings which open twojveeks hence and continue from July 7 to 12 On the program alone are represent atives from Mexico, Alaska, China. Japan, Wales, England, (Jermany an 1 many other foreign countries, while Canada from far St. Johns to the nothermost Saskatchewan and western British Columbia will be represented by thousands of delegates for whom reservations of space are now being made. For all the army or delegates there will be International headquarters at one of the leading hotels, but no single hotel can care for even a fraction of the attendance indicated by the appli cations for reservations in private homes, at boarding houses and other places were secured months ago. Dur ing the past few weeks only the most energetic efforts have been sufficient to keep pace with the flood of Inquiry. St. Paul will be the center of th Christian Endeavor world for a week, and practically all the prominent per sonages of the association will be present. William Jennings Bryan is coming, and has promised to deliver an address on the train en route at the wedding of any two endeavorers who want to be joined for good and nil under un questionably righteous auspices. He has more applications than ' he-' can take care of and instead of one wed ding, several will probably enliven his Journey to the North Star staTe. -Rev. Francis E. Clarke, the venerable father of the Christian Endeavor movement William Shaw. eSnator BeVerldge and a host of notables appear on the pro gram. For the public meetings practi cally every church or public building of size in the central portion of the city has been engaged, while the prin-. cipal sessions will be held at the mu nicipal auditorium which will seat 10,500. Some of the spectacular features of the international convention are quite out of the ordinary. Twenty thousand endeavorers will Join at one time in a trolley ride to the principal parks and points of Interests and It is expected that during their progress other traffic will be practically suspended. The same number will join In an evening song service on the steps of the new state capitol. A chorus of 700 trained voices will lead all the singing, and will be directed by the must famous endeavor chorus leaders in the world. There will be an international camp fire with speakers from every country In the world where Christian missions have made progress. h h 1 1 n mi i n i m i h i n 1 1 m i it m 1 1 in 1 1 n n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 v Ball Bearing Mowers LONG HARDWARE COMPANY. I I H I I I 1 1 it I I I II I I I I I I I I I H I ) I I I 1 1 t. Walter A. Wood TWINE BINDERS $150 PHOENIX HARDWARE COMPANY. Garden City Restaurant Coolest and Cleanest Place In Town to Eat. Nice Private Rooms for Partlea and Families. Short Orders at All Hoars. REGULAR MEALS, 25c Noa. 11 and 14 East Washington 8U MARK LAND, Proprietor T BEST ON THE MARKET. MARICOPA CREAMERY CHEESE I SUITS THE TRADE. MARICOPA CREAMERY PASTEURIZED CREAM SELLS ALL OVER ARIZONA. t ii ,H"H 1 I-H-:-H-H"H"H-W-i-HH I I1 i'I"!'H-M-r-H-I"i' I' I 1 M-l Hit -i 'l1- r'H-H--H-H-r-H--H' I M"t"r H1 1' I H-H-IS-r-H-i-H1 11 I I I 1 1-H-H- CHAS. DONOFRIO "Furniture, Crockery, China, etc. 21-23 W. Washington St. Phone Main 133. JUST LIRE HOME Is the way you will find the cooking at California Restaurant, 33 N. 1st Ave. A FULL LINE OF Gas R.ang'es JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEF Pacific Gas and Electric Co. I-U.-I32 West Washington St. Vote for Center St. Bridge and a Greater Phoenix.