THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING-, JULY 13, 1909.
Offers a Multitude of Bargains for Today's Shoppers
tjwecognjzej cutting of prices in every depart
ment. Todaybrings forth many new specials extremely low prices that will be of interest to those economically inclined, and there are hundreds more
awaiting you that are not mentioed here.
LADIES' RIBBED VESTS
5ood Swiss Ribbed
Vests, bleached. taped
sleeves and nock, worth
double price asked.
Made of Rood Muslin
with three rows of tucks
at bottom. Worth 20c a
pair. All sizes now.
45c CHILD'S PARASOLS
Pretty little Parasols In
pink, blue and dark red.
Worth regularly 45c each.
$1.00 SUN UMBRELLAS
These are good, strong
Sun Shades, covered with
good twill tops, strong
handles and frames.
65e SHEETS 33c
These are good full size
Sheets, 72x90, with seam
in center. Sells regularly
CHILD'S AND MISSES'
Drawers for misses and
children. Extra quality,
trimmed with embroidery.
All sizes and worth 65c.
VERY BEST CRADE CALICOES
When we say Best Calicoes we mean '
such brands as American Simpson's i
and Columbia Prints. The American '
Printing Co. Calicoes sell regu- k
larly for TVsC and 8c. Per yard TtC '
LADIES' WHITE LACE HOSE.
This lot of Hose consists of White,
Lace and Plain Gauze, In the following1
colors: White, grey, tan and brown.
Kcgular 6:c and 7ac values. 2fi
Per pair OoC
LADIES' BLACK GAUZE HOSE.
This lot contains a fine assortment of.
Gauze Lisle Hose and are very fine
and sheer. A splendid value at thei
former price, 35c and 40c. f r 1
Per pair 1 yC
SILK RIBBONS, ALL COLORS.
A grand assortment of high-grade Silk,
Ribbons, all widths up to Xo. 40. Not 1
a yard worth less than double what !
we ask, and you can get al- ft
most every color. Per yard... 7. 1 UC
WOMEN'S GAUZE LISLE VESTS.
Ladies' Vests of pure Bleached Gauze,
lisle finished, Swiss ribbed: splendidly1
made and taped neck. Not a vest in
the lot worth less than Sac D
to 45c. Each, lOL
LINEN FINISHED CHAMBRAY.
Comes in pink, light and dark blue.
grey and tan, worth regularly 7 '-'
a yard. Sale price f 2 i
a yard. Sale price, fiSc
YARD WIDE L. L. UNBLEACHED
This yard-wide standard L L. Un
bleached Muslin is of good texture
and such weight that is desired now
sells everywhere T'c to Sc a yard ex
cept at the Dissolution P
Sale. Per yard : O L
SOFT BLEACHED YARD WIDE
This full one-yard wide Bleached
Muslin In a quality finished soft for
the-needle. Worth in the regular way
AMOSKEAG FEATHER TICKING.
Amoskeag A. C. A. Ticking is known
to every housekeeper. It's best and
we offer the genuine article now in
white, with regulation blue- stripe.
It's feather proof. i
Per yard I
GREEN TICKET LONSDALE CAM
BRIC. Every. woman knows the goodness of
this- cloth, the quality of which is de
signed by the green ticket sella at
every store for 16 Vic a yard. 'J
Sale price I
YARD WIDE CHEESE CLOTH.
Worth 5c and 6c anywhere Is this
standard Cheese Cloth. It's unbleach
ed and a full yard wide and Ws n
of good texture. Per yard 0-'2L!
75c SUMMER UNDERWEAR 39c
The Shirts are Atlantic Coat style,
no sleeves, Knickerbocker length i
Drawers, in pure Halbriggan; worth
75c. Dissolution Sale
60c AND 75c WORKING SHIRTS 47c
Big lot of Men's Working Shirts in !
light and dark colors, in cream, tan,
black and white. 60c to 75c i H n
values. Dissolution Sale lLi
$1.50 MEN'S COVERT PANTS 85c
These are splendid Pants of Covert
Cloth. Can be washed, and good
wearing quality. Worth $1.23 QP i
to $1.50. Dissolution Sale OOCl
50c MEN'S UNDERWEAR 25c.
Men's Underwear, in brown, pink and .
white; sanitary weave. Worth regu- '
larly 50c per garment. JC'
Dissolution Sale tO,
75c MEN'S NIGHT SHIRTS 39c
Men's Night Shirts, splendidly made i
of good materials, trimmed with col
ored braid. Worth 75c. Qr1 1
Dissolution Saie Oy L '
25c MEN'S SOX 12'2c
Men's Sox in fancy stripes and fig
ures; such colors as blue, brown, lav
ender and green; regular 25c j 'Jl '
values. Dissolution Sale lfcCI
rleached and .Half-Bleached; also1
Huckaback effects; regular 8e and 10c J
values, and nowhere will you get more 1
satisfactory results than these f ,
fabrics. Per yard OL
Extra quality and full size, already
hemmed, and worth in the '"regular
way $1.00. Dissolution Sale Afiv
price : 3 7t
LINEN FINISHED PILLOW CASES.
Kull regular size and splendid wearer.
Sells everywhere for 20c. 1
Dissolution Sa.le price I tL
Bleached pure white, heavy twill. ,
Worth always 714c a yard. 'J'iy y '
Dissolution Sale price 0lW
Bleached and good size. Heavy qual
ity. Worth 25c. Dissolution I'Jls,,
Sale price 1 'Jjv
EXTRA HEAVY MERCERIZED TA
Made in Scotland, and in beautiful de
signs; usually sells for ijc to auc a
yard. Dissolution Sale i H r
price 71 v
Extra large and very heavy quality. 1
Worth always 35c a pair. 171xt!
Dissolution Sale price 1I'2V'
WHITE JAP SILK.
27 inches wide, soft, lustrous finish.
Quality usually sells for 65c
a yard. Dissolution Sale....
ONE LOT MOHAIRS
And Panama Suitings, about' 20 differ
shades, many stripes and figures.
Also plain colors and brocaded Mo
hairs; 3S inches wide; 75c to
90c yard. Dissolution Sale...
YARD WIDE CHINA SILK.
Just the fabric for this time of year.
Beautiful quality and never sold for
less than 75c a yard. Dis- A$Ln
solution Sale price "tOL
REGAL GUARANTEED TAFFETA
Needs no introduction to the buying
public. Known everywhere good silk
is sold. $1.73 values. Dis
solution Sale price
75c SILKS 38c
A big lot of Rajah checked and striped
Taffets, Novelty Pongee effects and
Oriental Jap Kimono Silks, worth 75c
and up. Dissolution Sale 2fi-
NATURAL PONGE SILK.
Full yard wide. A silk that demands
recognition on account of its merit.
Regular $1.23 quality. Dis
solution Sale price
Muslin Underwear 59c
In this lot you will find Corset Covers. Gmvna. Long and Short
Underskirts and Drawers made of good material and nicely
trimmed. Every garment is worth double the price.
Muslin Underwear 89c
This is a great assortment of pretty garments. The workman
ship is good, the materials good and the designs are' beautiful.
Lace and embroidery are both used in effective
Muslin Underwear $1.19
This lot embraces perfectly beautiful Gowns. Corset Covers,
Drawers and Underskirts. -The materials are splendid and trim
med in many novel ways, with laces and embroid
ery. These are worth $2.00 and up. Today
33 1-3 Per Cent Discount
on Lace Curtains
We have just received some beautiful designs in Not
tingham, Irish Point. Cable, Net and Swiss Curtains.
All c at this big reduction. "
And Fashion Sheet are here for August, and we call
your attention to Mi-Call's Magazine. The August issue
is full of good reading and the price is 5
$1.50 BOX STATIONERY
This is a hajirisome lith
agraphed box, containing
paper and envelopes to
25c FANS 10c
Pretty little Folding
Fans in light and dark
colors; several different
15c WASH BELTS 5c
Nice Linene Wash Belts
in white only; are , well
made and worth regularly
25c LADIES WASH
These Belts are in plain
and embroidered. White
.only. Have nice pearl
5c PEARL BUTTONS
These are good quality
pearl. One dozen on card
and come in all want&d
5c CABINET HAIRPINS
A full cabinet of Wire
Hairpins of assorted sizes
and kinds. Wortli 5c here
I 1 1 'i 111) II' 'M-H-H-H-t1 51 1' 'I I1 'I''i' 'I' 1' 'I' '1' 'I' 'I' 'I' i I !'!' M- H"M"H-j
i WIGKENBURG DEPARTMENT I
H-l 1 .h-M h'H 'l''M''H"i"M"M"H"M' H H-H ifM"! Mfr'H-frfrM H-l H
A CHINESE SUSPECTED
Wlekenburg, July 12. (Special cor
respondence of The Republican.)
Quite a little excitement was stirred
til Sunday evening when Deputy
Sheriff Ike Woods arrested Jim Hing,
the Chinese laundry proprietor here,
on a warrant sworn out by Miss Min
nie Fimbrez, charging him with the
theft of a ring. Miss Fimbrez. who
is a waitress employed in the restaur
ant owned ly Lee Kim, also a China
man, prized the ring very highly, as
it was given to her by one of her
many admirers. The ring was of
gold and contained three- emeralds,
and six pearls, and was worth about
eight dollars. It appears that Miss
Fimbrez, while washing dishes about
eight days ago, lost the ring, which
slipped from her finger into the sink.
When she dise-overed the loss she im
mediately began a search for the
missing ring, but could not find it.
Three days went by, and still no ring,
until one evening. Jim got to feeling
good, and as he was a very good
friend of Lee Kim, the restaurant
man. walked into Kim s kitchen, and
there behold was a dazzling spectacle
of a ring which he exhibited on one
of his fingers. Miss Fimbrez got a
glance at the ring, and evidently one
glance was enough. She asked Jim
for the ring several times since then,
THE SANITARY BARBERSHOP
Instruments and razors sterilized be
New location Hotel Vernetta.
BILLIE HELM, Prop., Wickenburg.
When in Wickenburg stop at the
HOTEL VERNETTA CAFE AND
The best in the city. Commutation
tickets, 15 meals for $5.50.
J. A. Wilbourn, Mgr.
Motors, Telephones and Electrical
Construction Work of all kinds.
CALIFORNIA & ARIZONA E. S.
R. Clemmer, Manager.
but Jim would only give her a smile
instead, and his arrest followed.
After spending the night in jail, Jim
Hing was given a hearing this morn
ing before Justice Riggs, and pleaded
! not euiltv. When searched, a bi
roll of greenbacks and a ring was
found on him. The ring was proven
to be his own, however, although
somewhat similar to the one Miss
Fimbrez lost, and it is generally be
lieved that Jim only wanted to have
a little fun when he displayed the
ring in the restaurant and led Miss
Fimbrez to believe it was hers.
Miss Fimbrez. however, still main
tains that Hing has hpr ring, some
where, and it was therefore decided to
adjourn court until Tuesday morning,
when Miss Fimbrez will have several
witnesses present to testify in "her be
half. Sh will also funisli $100 bond to
guarantee the cost of the prosecution.
At this writing the contsable is
busily engaged in searching Jim
King's belongings, with the possibility
of finding the missing ring, but thus
far with no results. After the search
Jim Hing will either be given his
freedom on his own recognition;, or
a bond will be furnished by his
friend. Lee Kim, to guarantee his ap
pearance in court Tuesday morning.
If any one has the ring he is cordially
requested to appear at the hearing,
and thus the great ring mystery will
be ' explained, and the court releived
of much anxiety.
Martin Marquez, the contractor, has
returned from Tucson in company
with his brother, Lucus. Mr. Mar
quez will soon start the erection of
the Currey office building. The
brick to be used for the new building
will begin to be burnt within a day or
so at the Wickenburg Brick com
Rev. Mr. Posey returned from Con
gress, where he went to held services
H. Ragland has returned from the
Octave and will leave for Los An
geles to enter an electrical trade
Judge Wren of Constellation was a
Wickenburg visitor over Sunday.
Mrs. Jack Adams, mother of Mrs.
O. Motts. who has been the guest of
her daughter here for some time, left
for Phoenix, her home, today.
Dixon Faguberg. the Prescott com
mission merchant, is here on busi
SUNK III THREE MINUTES
AFTER A COLLISION
j The Scott, though badly damaged
about her bows, put back to tlii.i
port where she arrived this evening
with a part of the crew of the Cowle.
I A heavy fog was responsible. The
Scott, a new boat, was on her maiden
trip to the head of the lakes and had
just passed the light at AVhitefish
point and straightened out her course
up the lake when suddenly the Cowle
loomed up through the fog broadside
on, only a few feet away. The Cowle
was down bound with f,00 tons of
iron ore. For fifteen feet the bow of
the. Scott penetrated the side of the
Cowl". Tons of water rushed into the
great opening and in three minutes
the Cowle had rsttlcd.
Immediately after the collision a
line was thrown from the d"ck of the
Scott to the forward deck of the
Cowle and three members of the crew
escaped by it to the rteecnT the up
bound Scott. The rest of the crew
who were s;;vcd, jumped from the
sinking steamer into the lake some
without life preservers and were pick
ed up -by the Scott and the steamer
Goodyear, which was a short dis
tance astern of the Scott when the
Capt. Rogers of the Cowle was one
of those rescued by the Goodyear.
The survivors say that the men
drowned include both engineers, four
firemen, four deck hands, the second
cook, the porter and oiler.
The John D. Cowles was 445 feet
long, fifty foot beam and was owned
by the Cowle Transit company of
Architects, Builders and Contractors:
At a meeting of the plasterers of the
city of phoenix held July 4, it was
decided that on and after August 1, 1909,
they will not work in buildings without
DICK KEISTIXG, Secretary.
J. C. PROVOST, President.
The Baswitz Cigar Co. has sold its j
interest in the Anheuser cigar stand, j
The genial face of Lewis T. Baswitz,
which has adorned the front thereof I
so long, will hereafter be found at the , I
Baswitz pool rooms and cigar store, 42
East Washington street. .
CAN BE CURED
I rfmnhiT nlcert.mncottilMtclieaiittlMBOVtk.iera I
throAt, eruptions, copper colored spot on the body, I
f&llinahjur. wallen gltBdi, pains i a the bomea. ox ee- I
It ere continued headache , our fptcial treaioient will j
euro y-. Our PK. PNTtR. former chief phTi-ian I
:he on tin a! Cook; Remedy Co., treated over 20,000 I
patients of that rmnpanT in neiaBiteo year Maine i
May IJtn, 1WK. ineaaretnatrfimpaiiTuiMxmiiniHwi i
rue cases to treat. Booklfton Flood Pmson titnvnii I
and luil information about v-nr case, FK. Wiito I
PANTER KtM FHY CO..
flail 3h5, ? 'lrk Mrrt. Chi, J
THE COOLEST, CLEANEST CHEAPEST, PLACE
I TO EAT IN TOWN
; " "
" , EASY TERMS .-, , EASY TERMS u .. EASY TERMS EASY TERMS EASY TERMS
EASY TERMS ., , EA
IN HOTEL ADAMS.
Mine Work a Specialty. '.
JOHN A. THRONE.
Phone Main 331 t Wickejiburg, Ariz.
Sault Ste Marie, Mich.. 'July 12.
Three minutes after the steel steam
ers Isaac M. Scott and John B.
Cowle collided in Lake Superior this
morning a mile and a half off White
Fish Point lighthouse, the Cowle had
gone to the bottom in fifty fathoms of
water, carrying down fourteen mem
bers of the crew.
Situated just south of Indian School on the Indian School ear line, away from
the city smoke, dust and heat. The new ear line will make its first turn into
1. 14 Thomas Place"-on the 90-foot central driveway to be known as Fairmuunt Ave.
Every modern city convenience for the home place is at your service in ''Thomas
Place," in .addition to which you have at your disposal, nature's own gifts, an
abundance of fresh, pure air, pleasant country surroundings and beautiful moun
tain scenery. The streets in ''Thomas Place'' will be graveled and shade trees
set out this fall. Two modern bungalows are already in course of construction.
GREENE & GRIFTIN
$10Down acid$10 per Month
Water for Domestic Use
Piped to Each Lot
Real Estate & Investment COHlDanV Lots 50xl85 feet with alleys and good wide streets, also some larger lots. Irri-
gailllg Witll l llUUU. UllllU UIC ieejjei.T u.u vmi '
127 N. CENTER ST. i ...... .1,ni.. ..m ir.w.ro .t oh- fiiliii ijifrmnf Jrm von nuiv desire.
Cell Mlicnj uil e till j-je- L uneo ee cm uimi .
No City Taxes
Real Estate & Investment Co.
Office on Grounds
xml | txt