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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1909.
Jl CHARITABLE MOVEMENT TffCllHUB 18-20 . Wt Washington Owing to the passage of the Payne Tariff bill, prires of woolens for next year have already risen 32 . This means that next year you will have to pay almost one-third more for as good a suit as you're wearing now or you'll buy greatly inferior clothes for the same money. There's just one relief from this con dition and here it is; . We're still selling every suit of clothes in the store at a reduction of 25 including two or three-piece suits half lined or full lined; all the swell gray, tan, olive, slate and green effects, and plain blues or blacks. Every suit in the lot is of the very highest quality made by Alfred Benjamin & Co. and Hirsh, Wickwire & Co. and not a single one is reserved. This reduction means that you can buy a suit now for next summer for about One-Half what it will cost you a year from now , 25 Discount Means that here's a bargain opportunity you can't af ford to overlook. -p.j ..wi By PEOPLE OF SPOKANE THAT ALL APPLICANTS MAY HAVE A CHANCE. In the Drawing for Indian Lands Today. c a i f HHiiiiiiiiiiiiiMnimniiiiiiiiiiiiinii.i WICKENBURG DEPARTMENT !! 4 t I I 1 II I H I I I I I I 1 I I I 1 4 HH I 111 I I I 1 I I I I I 1 H H WI6KENBUR6 WELCOMES IE CHS - BRIDE Tha Saranadars Sat up AM Night to ba Raady. Wlckenburg. Auk. 8. The dance a;iven at the Baxter Opera house Saturday night wan one of the most successful of the season. Inatead of the usual orchestra, two extra members were engaged. O. H. Mott. drummer, and Earnest Love, violinist This made an orchestra of five pieces, and the music ren dered was some of the best heard in Wlckenburg. Arter the dance the fun began. Rome one got wise that Mra. H. Sprunger. who was married a few days ago at Prescott, was coming in on the midnight train. The entire crowd present in the hall, headed by the orchestra, made for the station. Of course Mr. Sprunger was there to meet his young wife. On the arrival of the train the or chestra began to do its work. The band played many appropriate songs, and the young couple were escorted to the Ike Woods residence where they will make their temporary home. The merrymakers got very little sleep, as it was three a.m. before the party :of serenaders broke up. and then only from sheer exhaustion. C. Straub. superintendent for the Arizona Copper Belt Mining company left for camp today. A car load of building material is here for the company. O. H. Motts. not feeling well, took a day off Saturday. Guy Bozarth took his place at Neagle A Bozarth's. Mrs. J- W. Towers, who has been til for almost a week is again able to attend to her household duties. E. R. RICE, Wickenburg. Mining Engineer and U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. When In Wlckenburg atop at the HOTEL VERNETTA CAFE AND RESTAURANT The best In the city. Commutation tickets. IS meals for 16.50. J. A. Wilbourn, Mgr. GENERAL JLACKSSUTH j Mine Work a Specialty. JOHN A. THRONE. Phono Main SX Harry Klawans of the American Reduction works, has returned from the coast, where he went on a plea sure and business trip combined. He saya fishing on Catalina Island is excellent. He remembers one lucky day In particular, when, with the help of a friend, he cashed in 420 pounds of fish. That's going some for fish story. Pete Mlchelson Is here from Pres cott to spnnd a few days with friends. John Sayera of Sayersvllle is here on business for the Black Rock mine. The youngsters of the Presbyterian Sunday school class enjoyed a nice little party at the Saunder s residence Saturday afternoon. The party was given by their teacher. There was plenty of sweets and other good things for the little ones to make the affair a thoroughly enjoyable one. THE SECRET OF SEXINE PILLS. There Isn't any. Their wonderful effects are simply the results of a scientific combination of the best rem edies that are known In medicine for the upbuilding and rejuvenating of tired, weak and worn men and women. They act on the blood In such a man ner that the user Is soon imbued with new life and hope and happiness. Price $1 a box; six boxes J 5. fully guaranteed on the money-back plan. Address or call Elvey & Hulett, Drug gists, where the sell all the principal remeClea and do not substitute. LIGHTNING STRUCK POWER HOUSE. Tellurlde. Aug 8. Three workmen are dead and four In a critical condi tion as a result of lightning striking the power' house at Bells this after noon. The power house and buildings at the mouth of the shaft were burn ed and the mine filled with smoke. The dead were suffocated. CHINA YIELDS Toklo. Aug- 8. It Is believed here that the Chinese minister to Japan has received Instructions from Peking In which the objections of the Chinese government to the reconstruction of the Antung-Mukden railroad are conk pletely withdrawn. CHICAGO STRIKE PASSING BY. Chicago. Aug. 8. According to the outlook tonight there will be no strike of the street car employes of Chicago. An amicable adjustment is in sight. It is said that an offer of wage Increase based on the employe's time of service wilt be made. BABIES CREMATED. Council. Idaho. Aug. 8. Two chil dren of Tom Doughty were cremated last night in a fire which destroyed the Doughty home. The babies had been put to bed upsalrs and the fire l....lr. An as. MiMnnli' that It vrmm Int. Wickenburg, Aris. possible to rescue them. Spokane. Wash.. Aug. 8. Arrange ments have bren completed by the Spokane chamber of commerce to provide full postage for all the un stamped envelopes, containing appli cations for registration on lands In the three Indian reservations, mailod in Spokane, Copur d'Alene, Idaho, and Missoula and Kallupell, Mont., thus assuring to every person regis tered before midnight on August 5, an even chance in the drawings he ginning tomorrow morning. Frank W. Smith, baseball fan ami patron of amateur sports, originated the plan and was the first subscriber to the fund, which was raised In an hour. When he learned that more than 1,400 unstamped envelopes were held In the Spokane post office and as many more at the three other registry points he realized that sever al thousand persons would thus be deprived , of the opportunity to partici pate in Uncle Sam's big lottery. He brought the matter to the at tention of U. C,. Monroe, secretary of the commercial organization, with the result that sufficient funds were forwarded to the postmasters of the four cities to insure the delivery of every unstamed letter to James W. Wltten, superintendent of the opening at Coeur d'Alene. Idaho. "More than 295,i0 persons were registered ami it is a conservative stlmate that at least two per cent neglected to provide postage to carry the applications, which many come thousands of miles to procure to their destination." Mr. Smith said. "it would be unfortunate to deprive these people of. the chance to take part In the drawing, as would be the case If they waited for the re turn of the applications from the dead eltter office, raying for all the letters held for postage is the only way to make certain that none was left out. as there are no marks by which an individual envelope can be distinguished." THE PLAN OF DRAWING Spokane, Aug. 8. Krom a heap of more than l5.ono envelopes the drawing will be begun at ten o'clock tomorrow to decide the fate of appli cants for lands thrown open en try and settlement In the Coeur d'Alene reservation. The envelopes are now In scaled cans in the land office. The cans will be cut open publicly on a large platform. The envelopes will be mixed with shovels and the selection of the first lull will be made by Miss Helen Hamilton, t- - k. .nrnlnnn will he drawn and opened separately and the name an nounced. The drawing or t''i appli cations for the Flathead reservation will be on Thursday and Friday an.l 250 for the Siokane reservation on Monday. August 16. After 10 for the Coeur d'Alene reservation have been drawn by Miss Hamilton, two other girls will help her until 1500 have been taken. SUMMER CLEARANCE These exceptionally low prices cannot last long. Come in today and see the hundreds of bargains. Prices were never so low before. Every odd piece of furniture and all discontinued lines at great discounts. Many articles at half price. Just a few of the many bargains given below. $17.00 Refrigerators One-Fourth Off All refrigerators must be closed out. To do this the entire line has been reduced 25 per cent. All sizes and styles. The one Illustrated above has a capacity of 100 His. Well made and an eco nomical user of ice. Sale price only $17.00. iv. uSm T ! : T J II ' II I & 1 0) .4 I .... jrsi ji r ,ip $22.50 Mission Dining Table The fine dining table illustrated above Is built on true Mission lines from selected quarter sawed oak. Fumed .. f.l Ptwlpufal 1(1 $22.50 l.eunt rnl tirown. i-xteiias 10 o icti. i cuc-i". . Inches square. A good value at our regulsr low rent price. A bargain at our sale price of S25.00 New Method Gas Ranges Reduced Our entire line of gas ranges go at reduced prices during this sale. These are the famous NEW METHOD gas ranges. They reduce your gas hill 25 per cent; guaranteed to bake perfectly. The range shown above is a 4-burner model with oven and broiler. Warming shelf on back. &ale price only $25.00. "Just a Short Block From Broadway Mackic-FokvCoJ But It Means a Big Saving to You" LOS ANGELES, CAL. ADVERTISEMENT OF PLANS FOR BRIDGE. MAY BOLEY PLEASED f- May Boley. who has Jnst lefi a long engagement with the Princess musical comedy stock company, of the Prin cess theater. San Francisco, for an other season in vaudeville, appeared for the first time In Phoenix at the Airdome last evening. To say that she pleased her audience would be tame tame comment. She threw the packed house Into a seance of delight and held it there with her beauty, wonderful voice, and clever wit. Her Parisian gowns, are the most stunning seen in Phoenix since last fall. And she has a goodly number of them, a change for every performanee. And aha knows how to dress. Her stage attire Is not startling, gaudy, or blase, but bewitching, attractive, and simple. For Hav Boley knows that she needs no artificial touch to make her charming. She is really pretty just as Miss Simplicity. Her beauty is one of the avenues by which she has won International fame in vaude ville. Her very appearance proves her an artist, not made but born so. Her Im personations show a wonderful insight Into the ways, oddities, and peculiar ities of the human being. She has a fine sense of humor, she sees the fun ny side of life, and what's better. knows how to present her observations to the audience naturally and truth fully. Your Children's Health! Pursuant to. atiiact passed by the last legislative asaeinhly. entitled "An act relating to the construction of bridges across non-navigable streams in the Territory if Arizona." whereby the county of Maricopa Is authorized t construct a brUJge across Salt river. and pursuant to paragraph 3560 of the revised statutes of Arizona, 1901, the board of supervisor of Maricopa county advertises for and Invites plans and specifications In detail ' for the construction- of a bridge across Salt river beginning at a point at the north bank of said Salt river, due south aa may be practicable of Center street in the city of Thoenix. Maricopa county, Arizona, said point being in the south half of section seventeen. T. 1 S, R. 1 E of the O. A S R. B & M. line, county of Maricopa, territory of Arizona; said bridge to extend south across the said Salt river and to be. together with the causeway on the south end and the rip-rap and protection of the bank on the north side of the river, about three thousand feet In length and to terminate on the south side of said river at a point ou the north half of section twenty. T. .1 X. K. 3 fc. it. S R. R. & M. line, county of Maricopa, territory of Arizona. Said bridge to be a wagon and foot bridge of concrete reinforced with steel. These plans to be complete in every detail and accompanied by full specifications setting forth in full the material to be used and their con stituent parts and estimated time re quired t complete the same: said bids to be submitted on a competitive basis to the board of supervisors. Said bridge not to exceed in cost the sum of ($95.00000 ($50.00000) of which the county' of Maricopa Is to pay and he restKinslble for. the balance of ' which said sum of ($95.000 00) being raised by subscription and bonus. The amount of premium to be awarded to the architect whose plans and specifications may be adopted shall be 5 per cent of the cost of the construction of the bridge; 2Vi per cent to be paid on the adoption of the plans and specifications, the balance of IVi per cent to be paid on the com pletion of said bridge and the accept ance thereof. Said premium to be in payment in full for the services of said architect In drawing said plans and specifica tions and in. supervising the con struction of said bridge and during the construction of said bridge the same shall be subject to constant and per sonal supervision by the architect whose plans are adopted or by his or its representative. Said premium shall not. however, be pain ny the board of supervisors to the architect whose plans are accepted unless after due advertising some responsible contrac tor shall contract to construct said bridge according to said plans and specifications at a cost rt"t exceeding ($100,000.00) including the price of premium paid to architect and the architect whose plans are accepted shall also give the bond required by paragraph 35S1 of the revised statutes of Arizona, 1901. All plans and specifications must be received and filed in the office of the board on or before 2 o'clock p.m . Tuesday. Sept. 7, 1909. The right to reject any and all plans Is expressly reserved by the board of supervisors of Maricopa county, Ari zona territory. For complete conditions of competi tion and full information as to pro posed bridge address said board at Phoenix. Arizona. Mated at Phoenix. Maricopa county. Arizona, this 4th day of August. 199 LEO M. HOGHE. Chairman Board of Supervisors. WM. E. THOMAS. Clerk Board of Supervisors." NOTICE. We are closing business on Au gust 31st and sacrificing all Jewelry at a 35 per cent discounL Do not lose opportunity. Call at once. Those having Jewelry repaired, please cali. NAMNAM A. BRO. 213 E. Washington St. 3C 1 Is your boy or your girl studying too hard? Are they being deprived of the exercise that keeps their laces glowing and sparkling with ruddy color ofperfect health; or are they languid and pallid? Be on your guard against anaemia. Fabst Extract retaining all the food values of rich, sun-kissed barley grain in piedi gested form, carries in it muscle and tissue. The nourishment thus received is rapidly transformed into rich, red blood, strengthening and invigorating. - , Insiit Order a Dazea from Your Local Drug git "Great Oaks From Little Acorns Grow" And as surely will a small investment with us bring you hand some increase. Opportunity comes but once and YOU should not fail to grasp it. THOMAS PLACE Just south of Indian School on Indian School car line. Tho peer of all Phoenix sub-divisions, is the ideal spot for a cozy home and the lots we are offering for $10 Down and $10 a Month Are worthy of anything you could build. As An Investment Their unequalled location arid desirability in every respect make , them sure to advance very materially in both value and demand. Lots 50x185. No city taxes. Water piped to each lot. Build ing restrictions. Now is your chance. Will you take it? H. C. THOMAS REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENT CO. End of Indian School Car Line. GREENE & GRIFFIN R. E. & INV. C. CITY AGENTS. 3i