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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1909.
RAYMOND TEAL AT THE The Opening Will Saturday Night. Take Place Next The opening of the biff Grand Sat urday night with the big Raymond Teal Musical Comedy company Is ! comforts of both patron's and the cotn j puny on the opening night and that a real metropolitan production In the line of musical comedy will be In evi dence when the curtain rises on Mr. Teal's opening production, "Variety Ule." Corinne Carkeek, who plays the lead ing comedy character role in the Teal productions, will be seen at her best as Mrs. Gable in Variety Isle. The part is considered one of the most difficult essayed in musical comedy and the press reports to hand of her work Yv-m 's ,5V K.w t A - A new innovation on the part of the management will be that of a dance given- every Monday and Friday night after the show. Every effort will be made to make It as enjoyable . and pleasant as possible for the patrons of the theater. o : ISAACS DISTRICT. CORINNE CARKEEK. locked forward to with much pleasure by theater goers in Phoenix, as it puts ur city in the way to play many of th-- lii;i attractions that are e:i route to the mast during the summer months. The management assures that all will be in readiness for the speak in most glowing terms of- her as a musical comedy artist. The chorus, which is a special fea ture, win be heard in the sixteen big song and dance numbers that will pre sent a feast for the eye gowned In a most elaborate wardrobe. Issacs, July 12. Mrs. bossing and daughter, Miss Ida. left last week for Los Angeles, where they will remain until cooler weather. Miss Florence Hancock of McKee's cash store spent Sunday with the home folks. Miss Naomi will spend the Aug ust vacation on the ranch. She is one of the efficient central telephone girls. Mrs. W. H. Ryder and daughter, Kthel, her mother, Grandma Clark, and Mrs. Boone, all of Phoenix, spent Fri day afternoon with Grandma Beck and her daughter, Mrs. Jordan. J. J. Casey says he is finding out what a woman has to do these days, as he has installed himself as cook since his wife and children went to spend the summer with relatives In the east. Mrs. Barrett has so much Improved in health that she is able to drive to Phoenix, taking little Roy beside her in .the. seat. He Is a fine little man for only ten months. The farmers along the Christy road are very much dissatisfied. They have no place to live but cosy homes, and nothing to eat except everything out of the ground and that can be bought at the stores ;no way to get their mail except, it be brought every day by a smiling mail carrier, wearing Vncle Ka m's uniform; no way to get the news except the telephone or daily palters; n way to et to town except with a rubber tired buggy or an auto, over gravel roads; no way to get money ex cept b- selling young chickens at JO a dozen and butter at 35 cents a pound and alfalfa at $12 a ton, or a good young draft colt at $200, or a good tnilk cow at 6, or barley at $1.40 a hundred, or whtat at $2 a hundred, or the value in laud doubling in price once in a while. You city capitalists, don't forget to drop a tear when you eat your Sunday dinner for the poor, dow n-trodden farmer along the Christy road. INTERSTATE COMMERCE COM MISSION HEARING. . Washington, July 12. An extended series of hearings will be held on the Pacific coast next autumn by the in terstate commerce commission at SMkane,' Seattle, Portland, San Fran cisco, Los Angeles, Salt I-ake City and Reno, and one may be held at Phoenix. Ariz. I -Spexbirf I Such Values Should Bring Crowds Today A Climax Mosquito Canopy is sort of a necessity these nights. "We have them in white, size 90 inches by 9 yards. Frame, Netting, Cord and Pulley, all ready to be put up and the price is only $1.69 Linen Sheeting Best Quality Linen Sheet ing 21 ' yards wide, strictly all linen and just right for best sheets as well as washable skirts and costumes, should be $1.50 for todav only, per yard "....."..99c Seco Silk A Washable Fabric That Looks Like the Purest Silk Rich, lustrous surface-" in neat stripes and figures, all the latest col orings, 27 inches wide and usually retailed at 50c special today, yard . . .29c Wash Goods One Lot of 25c, 35c and 50c Wash Fabrics Con sisting of plain and dot ted Silk Mulls and bor dered Swisses for the last time, choice, yd 12C H Price For Choice of All Our Silk Street Dresses of Foulard, Rajah, Shantung or Taffeta, elegantly trimmed and 2rettily finished. $20 and $25 Linen Suits 1, 2 and 3 piece styles, the season's choicest creations, in white and various popular colors today at less than 50; on the dollar $9.98 Off On All Our Lingerie Dresses White and Colored, correct styles, unexcelled in point of workmanship and material. One Line of Tailor-Made Wash Suits White and colors, ranging in price from $4.00 to $0.00 for one day, choice. . .$2.59 J mi mmm Mi Iff Uli!!li 2 Price For all Our Voile, Panama and Serge Skirts (Jcnuine man-tailored gar ments, including every desirable color and stvle. A Large Lot of $1.50 and $2.00 Lingerie Waists Short and long sleeve effects, a large number of pretty, dainty models to choose from, some trimmed in needlework, others in lace, most all sizes, today choice onh' 89c 2 Price For Balance of Stock Tailor-Made Cloth Suits Quite an imposing array of fashionable models to choose from, various new shades. One Line of $5.00 and $6.00 Silk Petticoats Plenty of good colors amongst them, well made for today only, choice $2.98 i Neckwear B acfe ILast A Large Lot of Women's Neckwear Slightly soil ed and mussed, including Turnovers, Dutch Collars, lows, etc., values up to Cjc to close ,tjday at, choice ...... .5c Sheets "Defender" Cot Sheets A real good sheet, size 54x90, broad hem, torn and ironed, actual G5c val ue for todav onlv...49c Cotton Crepe 29-inch Serpentine Crepe In black, pink and light blue, so much in demand for "Wfaists and Kimonos, v.-ell worth loc for to day only, yard. 10c Petticoats A Large Lot of Muslin and Cambric Petticoats With deep embroidery flounce, 6 different styles to choose from, banner $1.50 values for one day, choice 99c o X Toilet Soap Colgate's Famous Toilet Soap In such odors as Oatmeal, Ray RumVhite Lilac, Cold Cream, etc., regular 10c cakes to day box of 3 cakes for 20c July 20 to 24 Inclusive . mm mW,Ajm mr 1 u a m m wjj' ami f rx-- -v t ' 5 1 r trim 11 mmi mm Women's Underwear A Large Lot of Nicely Ribbed Vests Low neck and no sleeves, armholes and neck taped, should be 12 V'' t o d a y only ,at each 8 l-3c ii iiii til it Minimum- MARICOPA ROUTE t PERSONAL MENTION Southern Pacific Co. 1 .;. 1 1. ;.. . 1 1 h 1 1 1 1,1. ! ; ; r ! the Hotel Adams: F. E. Camp Prescott: Mabbett Sutton. Los les; J. E. TSiraund, Prescott: Ma- ' Conrad, Flagstaff: Milton C. I IX-nver; J. H. Fannin, San Fran- At bell, Angc rion Kyer, Cisco. At Fort Love, Hay ; man, the Commercial: D. J. Galliher. Worth: Mrs. Hilson, city; Artie Wickenburg: J. V. Fnynolds, Jas. K. MvOe, Chaa. M. Fore Florence; J. Pitts, Ash Fork. Chicago and Back . . St. Louis and Back . . Omaha and Back . . New York and Back . Kansas City and Back . - . $67.50 $ 62.50 $ 55.00 $103.50 $ 55.00 Of Local Interest of a violation of the Edmunds act. Tes-tf-rdar morning a young girl by the name of Antonia Torres went to the house of Constable Murohy itnd told him that things were not going right at her house. She said that her father and mother had separated and that Doremy had come in her father's place. Her mother supported him by Mashing so that he had nothing to do hut sit around the houne and sleep and eat. Lately he ha( become more inde pendent because Hte seemed to think that his presence was indispensable to Mrs. Torres, and when he was not sleeping or eating he tfas cursing the children. The constable sent the girl home and he followed later. When he arrived within earshot of the house he Justice Johnstone's court and when heard Doremy abusing the girl and he District Attorney Alexander returns took him into custody. A warrant for . the matter of the violation of the Ed peace disturbance was sworn out of munds act will be taken up. HOLLENBEGK HOTFL a. c. bilickeLOs ANGELES, CAL.JNO- 8- mitchell ARIZONA HEADQUARTERS. New Fire-Proofing. 500 ROOMS Re-Furnished Meals at Meal Tiiiie Diners All the Way A. R. Gatter R. S. Stubbs , General Agent " Phoenix I I IUN1ET 11 , I ROUTT J I Gen'l Pass. Agent ; Tucson THEY MADE A HIT Word has come from Flagstaff to the effect that the Phoenix baseball players who went pnrth for a series of ball games last Saturday and the Fourth, made a. de cided hit with the Flagstaff aggrega tion. "A finer bunch of clean and manly fellows have never entered Flag staff to participate in the natiotnal game" and other such compliment iry remarks, including "The fastest set of players ever seen on the diamond." "Duhnsen, Pierce, Clow and Warmer captivated the town with fine, fust, sensational and phenomenal playing." The spokesman for the above remarks which come from Flagstaff was Claude I). Jones, now deputy recorder of Co conino county, and who Is said to be dabbling into politics every now and then. BOARD OF CONTROL The regu lar meeting of the board of control was held yesterday, but with one ex ception nly routine matters were acted upon. The exception was the question of a sewer system for the town of Florence. Fnder an act of the legislature the board was given authority to cooperate with the town of Florence in extending the sewr system from the prison, through the town, which could cooperate in its construction and maintenance if the board deemed it advisable to do so. Dr. llrockway, mayor of Florence was lere yesterday and urged the board to make an investigation of the condi tions, looking to that end. The board decided to do so and will have some one, probably the territorial engineer, run the lines at an early day and re port on the feasibility and desirability of a joint sewer system. HE GOT TOO GAY Because he got to assuming too much of an air of proprietorship. Candelario Doremy is in jail on a charge of peace disturbance and later he will probably face a charge HelSo BIBS! Can you play the piano? Xo! Then you should have a piano player. Oh! you have n't got a piano? Then you should get a player piano. Yes, I got mine at Retaills They have exclusive control of everything that is best in the piano line in Arizona. See vou later in Los. Shake. A FULL LINE OF Gas Barag'es JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEF Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St ...... Standard Furniture Co. A complete line of New and Becond Hand Furniture, Rag. T Crockery nd Granlteware. WE SELL FOR LESS 4- Pbone Main SS7. 14-31 W. Washington. X H-h.,.,H, ! iM 'H"M' 1 1 H 1 I'M' r'H-i-H I I 1 111 II I I 11 1 1 I I 111' 1 11 f SANTA CATALINA ISLAND. Season 1909. Free Camp Ground, with water. Great Canvas City. Good hotel T accommodations. Porter's Catalina Marine Band. Great Fishing Tournaments. Boating, Bathing, Golf, Tennis, Coast Excursions, etc. T Write for folder giving complete information. Banning Co., 104 I Pacific Elect. Bldg, Los Angeles, CaL jWnfn 1 1 1 1 n i n u i m n n 1 1 1 1 1 1 m m t n it h i