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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1909. Every Avenue of Economy Leads to the New York . Store Today mdu ii'-fi-n i 20c and 25c Embroideries Today 121c Yd. .; Thousands of Yards of These Edgings, Insor-H j lions and Bondings in Hamburg, Nainsook and Swiss effects, various widths in an interesting variety of neat designs, blind and open work pat terns, values up. to 25c Special for this- day, 1 cnoice izvoC aaftna J New Arrivals 'Queen Quality' Foot Wear Brpnze Button Oxfords Advance styles of fashiona- rblc-f all footwear ; thoy have brown era venettc top, large pearl buttons, welted soles; a swell assortment. Price onlv ........ ...$100 Black Patent Leather .Pumps Ultra-fashionable with silk and leather bows, turn or welt styles, every size and width, .v $100 Ladies' Home Journals for August Arc In A Magazine Full of Livo News (living the latest hints as to coming fall styles. A hook replete with stories that touch the womanly heart. You cannot afford to be without one get it today only . Best 40c Lisle Hose 1or 25c Women's Black Lisle Hosiery The celebrated "(ordon"' dve, (Jauze or 7 - Silk Lisle, high spliced heels, double solos, sizes 8 to 10 the best 40c stock ing ever sold at . 25c Women's 10c Vests for 5c 50 Dozen of Women's Jersey Ribbed Vests lit w neck and sleeveless, arm holes and neck taped, sizes 4 to 6 and well worth 10c for this day only, each 5c For $12.50 and $15 Silk QO D r e s s e s Made of de "pendable qualify Taffeta, in either black or colors, Princess models. S3 For $7.50 and $8.00 Tub Suits A large collection A U o f u p-t o-t h e-m i n u t e styles, white and many desirable colors, all man tailored and absolutely perfect fitting. ' vV Embroideries Worth Up to 50c at 19c Yd. A Magnificent Aggregation of Dainty Patterns Hundreds of pieces of finest Swiss and Cambric, all widths including those used for Corset Covers, values in the assortment ranging from 35c to 50c For this day, choice, yard 19c 3C For $20, $22.50 and $25 Wash Dresses One piece AO syles made of either pure rials, white or colors, lat- est models in tailor made as well as elaborately trimmed effects. 89c For $1.50 and $2.00 Shirt Waist s Lingerie and tailor made, made of white and fancy madras; our banner line, noted for their absolute correctness in every particular. We are adding new styles from dav to da v. 20c Linens at Ufa ' One Lot of Colored Dress Linens 28 inches in width, in such desirable col ors as blue, brown and green, washa ble skirts and dress materials that are usually priced at 20c special for this day, yard . I2x2c 35c Madras for 25c , A Fine Line of Double Fold Madras Shirtings A choice collection of pret ty light designs suitable for Men's Shirts and Hoys' Waists, 32 inches wide, very soft and fine, always sold at 35c for this day, yard.'.'.'. . . . .".25c "Kayser" Gloves 12-Button Length "Kayser Silk Gloves Those with pat-nt double ringer tips, bhuk or V hite. always soli) at $1 "0 siKt ial for today, pair 73 h Price For rhojee of entire sto k of Millinery jwaaannwawjiarwwwnnnT Price for free and unrestricted choice of Parasol any Parasol in the house.. New Lawns 27-Inch Batiste Lawns Plaids, stripes, dots and figures in a splendid j assortment of colorings a good grade ' that's considered extra good value at. i yard 8 1 Cf MUSCLE AND MOTOR . GAVE FINE SP0BT HARRY McLEAN NEGOTIATED FIVE MILES IN 27 MINUTES AND 15 SECONDS. Motorcycle and Auto Races Were Ex citing and Some Good Speed Was Made. fiver eight hundred people attended the most suecessful home meet ever Hilled off in Phoenix, yesterday after noon, the I'lks benefit to send Harry M t.ran, U-'e coming champion Mara thon runner, to the international meet at the Seattle Fnir next week. Al though no records were broken, the events were fast and brought in close finishes. It was thought that McLean CHICHESTER S PILLS UrntMi. Atkfrrt IIM irKH.TF.R SOLD BY DUIGQISTS EVERYWHERE would break the five mile record, which would undoubtedly have been the case had not Schcwawa become obstinate in the morning, and refused to work without something in it." He htid down on the hist tip and Harry "pattered home over a hundred yards ahead of his second. Every event was attended with warm rivalry, and every nice was won by pluck, and head work. That Phoenix likes clean ath letics and will support it was plainly shown. Harry McLean derived $250 or $3'i0 for his training and trip. Governor Sloan sitting in the grand stand directly back of the tai. enjoy ed the events and seemed more than proud of the Arizona red skin, who had won the Los Angeles Marathon by two miles and the two mile Olympic race making a new record for the Pa cific coast, and who yesterday after noon plugged out five miles against two relay learns at faster time than either of the two relays could follow. A Harry swung into the last eighth and tore down the track passing ev erything, his slender legs working with accuracy of piston rods. His Ex cellency rose ar-d cheered. The first event of the afternoon, a hundred yard dash, run by Stroud, Coleman, Hanscom. J. Smith, H. Smith. H. Smith, started slow. Stroud first In 10 3-3 seconds. The New York store gave a cup as a trophy for this event. In the SSO vard dash run in 2:2", (Jeare hit the tape ahead of Enfield in an exciting finish, getting the Phoenix National bank silver cup. The one mile trot with Gearc ahead started at a 6 minute clip which soon ANNOUNCEMENT 25 Discount on Men's and Young Men's Suits. Your Chance to Wear one of Adler-Rochester or The Washington Co. Suits Don't put it off but come in Today Sure. Lgot' SethT -ffud'gin. the Im::ana wind. and ended' in another exciting tape breaker..' A3 scn.ationu.1 as the sso d;jsh, Vrehrc after dropping Lack to cluster, several times in the lap. dash cihiihead at the ' lfirt' yard mark and eoining hoir.c in 5 njinut'-s and 20 sec onds. ;"-3"ho feature event of the day, the S-fnile relay for Hilderbran's ?."' watch between Harry McLean.aml two relays of one man each, started at a fi min ute rate, the first mile at 5:10, the second at :Ji !-S. the third in which Luke Anthone worn out and loafing badly, willingly pave place to Luke Curley at the half mils !oint. Harry dropping back, ending in 5 minutes and '11 1-5 seconds, the fourth, in which Shewawa took the lead to pace Harry, closed in 6:19 l-r, the slowest mile of the nice. As Harrr came past the stand for the last lap. he met the greatest applause that has ever been tendend a Phoenix athlete, and with the Industrial Liberty band placing "Stars and Strines Forever.' -tore past Shewawa. around the first turn like a brown streak, and doubled down the back stretch, anil redouble! again on the space between him and his running mate, who growing groggv. and at the same time obstinate. Harrv however kept on, like a tireless, lunrless ma chine, eating up the distance to the pole, in an eighth of a mile sprint that could not have been handled by any of t he -short distance men there, yes tcnkiy afternoon, coming in on his last mile in r.:tl, running his last mile in exactly the same time as his first. Harry received the glad hand on his first appearance on the track, at every time he iKinsed the stand, and long afterward, when he was down in the Vlrcsslng; room being gnielled by his trainer, .Lewis, k So excited was the rrvVd.' Hint one-man fainted and had to be carried from th estand. The Jen inilf! motorcycle race for the Elks' silver cup. was entered by I Staiey, Indian: Victor Hedewill. In dian; fa.ss Kcdewill. Indian; V.' A. f'arr. Indian; Hob Evans, Heading Standard: Early lirawn. Heading Standard:-L. Holmes. Thr: and 1!. ' McKinney, Thor. It was soon found to be a race between the Indians, .the other machines dropping out or drop ping far back. ' In, (he trjout,. before the race,' in which The- different machines were warming up, Stacey coming down the track at a mile a minute clip hit a wooly Spitz dog, anl narrowly missed injury. In the first mile Stacey took a J:Xl-cllp in n bunch of three, in Hie rest of the laps. 'machines 'changing positions, and stretching out at 250 or a quarter distances apart, bunching and stringing, now and then a ma chine taking a new position until in the ninth that Ttedewill was chugging along nn eighth ahead of his brother, and the third a fourth of a mile hack of third pljce. A, clean race, but no spectanilar. In the ordinary time of 10 minutes and rfi 2-5 seconds. The IlwigliL R Heard silver cup was won In the 3 mile $200 car race, by the Tourist over the Pone Hartford and Oldsmobile in 3 minutes 5!t 1-5 seconds. A gotwl race, doubtful until the last mile. The Pope Hartford tak ing the lend. Creneh driving the Tour ist second, following, t he; Oldsmoblle with a close third, the last machine however broke, missed, missed, and finally fell back. The Pope missed twice in the first of the second, ad vantage being taken of this fact and positl-m. and the two machines turned the first of the third side by side, but on the back stretch It was seen at once that the 'Tourist was- tearing up the track, th" Pope being last Id the thick cloud of dust that whirled' behind. The five mile motorcycle for the Adams cup had the same entries as the ten mile, several however dropping at the last moment leaving the final en try of four Indians and a Reading. Stacey winning by not any too much to spare, the Heading became obstinate and chopped out. It becam.e a race be tween the two Redewills and Stacey. Every turn on the flat track, was a fight for inches, hair raising, and reck lessly done, round and round the track they whirled side by side, first one ahead then the other, the vicing of In dians. In the fourth a general spread ing out with Stacey ahead. Victor be hind and ("ass Rcdewill on the other Indian following, Stacey gaining by skidding corners, and dare devil driv ing. Wide open went the machine, and Stacey , helpless, sat astride the wild snorting motorcycle, cool and cleverly fighling for every inch of ad vantage. The best race of the meet in 6:20. Stacey ran a one mile exhibition on a two cylinder Indian in 1 minute 7 4-5 j seconds. The 2 mile stuto stock car event for The Republican silver cup was won by the Oldsmoblle in 2:50 1-3. I The Tourist also took the 5 mile j free-for-all for the Pacific Gas and Electric company in 5:30. EVERY ONE FOR HIMSELF. If you feel you cannot look out for yourself no one else wyll look out for , you. If you can't help yourself. Sex- , ine Pills will h"lp you. $1 a box, 6 j boxes $5, with full guarantee for all j forms of nerve weakness in men or women. Address or call Etvev & Hu- j lett. Druggists, where they sell all the principal remedies and do not substitute. NEW AIR COMPRESSOR FOR TOMBSTONE MINES: It Will Probably Be the Largest in Arizona General Conditions Satis- i factory at Tombstone aid Imperial. J Messrs. K. P.. Gage, W. F. Staunton , and Arthur X. Gage spent yesterday in Phoenix, returning la-st night to Tombstone. Their mission here was to confer w ith Mr. F. M. Murphy con cerning the purchase of new machinery for the Tombstone Mines Consolidated Company. Among the things decided upon was the purchase of an immense air com pressor, probably a larger one than any now in use ln the territory, to run the sinking pumps which are en gaged in the recover?' of the large pumps no"' under flood water on the 1,0'io-foot lc-el. The heat in the hig shaft is so intense that it has been found desirable to supplant the present power " ith air. The company is also busy enlarging the station on the S00 foot level to accommodate other large pumps that are already ordered and that should ' he delivered within the next sixty days. The gentlemen reported general con ditions at the mine as good, f ine ore is being removed from the 700 and the SO0 levels. Conditions at the Im-ix-rial mine are also very satisfactory. It is only a matter of time when the greater development of the mining company's property will make neces sary the increasing of the capacity of the smelting plant at Sasco and pos sibly the Installation of a large con centrating plant, most likely at some point near the smelter. GOING TONIGHT Mr. and Mrs. R A. Fowler expect to leave t.'iis evening for Los Angeles where Mrs. Fowler will remain with her father and moth er while Mr. Fowler attends the Irri gation congress. M Most Delicious Vanilla Sauce Boil one cupful of cream with one tahlcspoonful of sugar; while hot, stir in the yokes of three eggs and then add one teaspoonful of Burnett's Vanilla. Serve hot. One bottle of BURNETT'S VANILLA will convince you of its superiority over ordinary kinds. Insist on getting the one bottle. 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