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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, .AUGUST 18, 1909.
omhMatibn Sale at the Boston Store THE GREATEST OF ALL SALES Where prices are cut lower than are dared by any other store or sales. This is a forced issue with us. One of the partners withdrawing from the firm and the merchandise must bo sold and in addition to this Dissolution Sale we have added our Annual Summer Clearance Sale, making a combination of two of the greatest price cutting events of the year. These cut prices are not onl one or two staples but include every department in this big store and on every purchase you realize a saving of one-fourth to one-half of the original price. We ask a comparison of quality and jSHB ' price. . The result will bring you here to spend your money, and the ironclad guarantee of the Boston Store is behind every purchase, you take no risk whatever. So much in favor of the store that has brought the prices on dry goods down to a reasonable basis. 54x90 COT SHEETS Those Shorts are seamless and of good quality. Xovor sold for less than 50c ami the limit is six to a customer. Combination Sale 29c $1.50 LONG KIMONOS These are full length Kimonos of pret-, ty figured lawns, nicely made and worth in the regular way $1.50. Combination Sale 69c YARD WIDE BURLAP Standard yard wide Burlap in differ ent shades of greens and reds. This Burlap is full yard wide and is worth in the ordinary way 16 2 -3c a yard. Combination Sale 70c 15c SILKOLINES Beautiful designs in floral and plain effects. Quality is worth 15c a yard and you have a large assortment of patterns to select from. Combination Sale 8c 90c LINEN SHEETING This is all Linen Shooting and yards wide. A quality retailed else where for $1.25 a yard. Note our price. Makes a splendid suit or skirts. Combination Sale 59c rznr T , i r I IS W110J I LU And a .EE SIT re You get the Best Qualities for the Least Monev. That's at the Boston Store, areiul nerusal of these HOUSKKEKPKKS' SPECIALS will convince vou of the fact quickly. You can positively save from one-fourth to one-half on every pur chase now. QMjjJ. Iff Sheets, Pillow Cases, Towels, Table Linens TURKISH TOWELS HUaiht.l and god size. Heavy quality. Worth L'jc. Combination Sale l.rke 12 1 2 TURKISH TOWELS Kxtm largo and very heavy quality. Worth always 73c pair. Purine Combination ivile.-l 1"2 HUCK TOWELS In Rood qual ity, hemmed, red liorder ends, 25c value." Combination Sale TC SHEETS, 81x90 Extra, quality and full fizv -already hemmed and wortlc in the regular way Jl.flO CoinKnatiou Sale 60C" COTTON TOWELING lileaeh ed pure white, heavy twill. Worth always 7 l-L'c yard. Com bination Sale 3 3"-ld BED SPREADS I-arKe size, honeycombed spread of fine quality, fringed and worth reg ularly $-'..",U. Combination Sale price SI. 15 BED SPREADS German Mar s.i!le;. Heautiful new designs. Kxtra size and worth Com bination "Sale S1.85 IMPORTED MERCERIZED TA BLE LINEN In noft pliable finish, bleached, white, 58-lni-h wide and C."c value. Combina tion Sale, yard 3D EXTRA HEAVY MERCERIZ ED TABLE LINEN Made in Scotland and in beautiful de signs; usually sells for "!o to 90c a yard. Combination Sale 7 GERMAN TABLE LINEN IJoth in bleached ami unbleach ed. Well known for itt wear ing qualities; was cheap at it:; former prh'e of 5c. Combina tion Sale l)f VERY FINE TABLE LINEN In pure, silvery bleach, 2 yards wide and our showing is com plete, all the new patterns are l.erc and the Combination Sale offers a discount of 23',f 30 PER CENT REDUCTION on all Art Linen, Butcher Llnena and Handkerchief Linens, and we show qualities from 50c to $ 2.50 a ynrd. Combination Sale discount of 30 ONE-THIRDj REDUCTION on all Tapestry and Iare Curtains, Tapestry Couch and Table Cov ers. Some beautiful designs Just arrived. All now offered at Combination Sale discount 33 1-3 ALL LINEN NAPKINS Splen did unbleached Napkins, already hemmed and of good sizes. Worth J 175 and $2.00 a dozen. Combination Sale ......$1.43 42x36 PILLOW CASES 9YiC Each These are standard Pillow Cases and in the best size- '12x3(5. The material is splendid and the regular price lie. The Boston Store guaran tee is behind every item quoted and is positive " protection. . You take no risk. ) No Housekeeper Can Afford to Pass This Chance of Laying In a Supply of Needfuls at Such a Reduction in Price. 'Make Out Your List. Buy Now 65c SHEETS 33c These are tfood full-size Sheets, 72x90, with seam in center. Sell reimlarlv for (I.V houses. A good sheet for rooming m This sale is a combination of two great selling events. You lose money I if you don't buy now. TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES We are showing the greatest line of Trunks and&uit Cases in Phoenix. The celebrated "Drucker" everlasting trunk is here, along with every kind of Suit Case. At a Discount of 0 $2.50 ONE-PIECE HOUSE DRESSES Made of good grade and solid ?olor Chambray. Pretty styles and a good value at the former price of $2.50. Combination Sale $1.39 35c AND 50c MISSES' HOSE. 15c Pair Misses' Black Imported Lace Hose, all sizes, 5 to 9. Positively sold from 35c to 50e a pair. 25c FIGURED BATISTE A variety of pretty figured designs and colorings. The patterns are all new and the quality usually sells for 25c a yard. Combination Sale 12'Ac AMOSKEAG APRON GINGHAM Conies in all colore and different size checks, a standard SYi quality. Note the reduced price, and buy while you can save money. ' Combination Sale 6'Ac Mr. Good Fellow on the Commuter. TT may be bot to town nil light, with the Turkish bath plsees not having anything on the out-of-doors," re marked Mr. A. Good Fellow, "but I Just tell you there are a few other things to consider besides the beat. "Now I happen to have friend, Bllg glns. yon know, who thinks he's got a stranglehold on side-stepping this brat thing' and giving It the merry ha ba. but be hasn't! It's got Mm locoed for fair! What does this wise guy friend of mine do, Bo? Why, he hikes out along one of the roads leading ont of the city and picks out a- dilapidated old farmhouse that is trying its best to live up to the trolley poles that stand where the corn used to ware and cod in the evening breeze. "After a few bours of preliminaries, dur ing which Bllgglns arranged nothing and the garrulous old landlady everything her own way, Brteglns became that most piti able of all pltlnble things on the fare of the earth a commuter. Yes, sir, be bled himself straight down to the offices of the alleged trolley line that runs Its ears when the niotorman feels so Inclined and plunka down $3 90 for a commuta tion book. He moved out with bis fam ily in the middle of the month, bat that didn't go one-two-three with the com pany. Bllgglns bnd to pay for the whole commutation book! "Now old Bllg proceeds to beat It In and out eaeb day, throwing a large front as to bow much be I'.kes It and what a good thing ba bas on the other chaps at the office who bare to stay in the city and awelter of an evening. . Bllgglns is always on time for work In tbe morning but be keepa mighty mum about having to get up at alx to make bis car. He blows and bullies abont the glorious sunsets nnd the cool breezes in the evening, after Ills day's work Is dooe but, take It, .roro mo. Bo, he never mentions the fn'T that the alleged trolley line doesn't land blm at bis rural domicile nntll just as the shades of night nre fnlllng and all be can see from the front veranda Is the same kind of darkness we bnve here iu the city. "Bllgglns bss also developed the 'wbat-tlme-ls-lt?" bablt. Watch him of an after noon when It's getting near closing up time. What Is be thinking about? Ciit-h-Ing bia car, to be sure! Many" im.ij- he misses It, and has a sweet old wait of nn hour for the next .one. That's all rteht. though, argues Rlt'egliis, It gives him en extra appetite-. And there you are! - "But the worst thing about this rum? muting business, Ba, Is the bundle. Since Bllgglns has been out tliere lie basn'f gone home a single evening .-with nothing but his evening paper lathis bsnds. He lugs ont everything froil hairpins for his wife to the family wash. And from a baseball 'bat for bis;" Id-year-old to a case of beer for himself This evening, though. It was Just about the limit. . r . "I bad been out of the office for a'Jew. minutes and was walking along wbo Bllgglns csme bestln' by. for fiilr. I asked blm to come In and have a drink before setting out for the pastoral fields. But he couldu't are it. Would miss bis csr. Had an erranjf to do first and wcruld hnre to bustle to catch It. Sorry, and oil that, yon know, but be Just bad to bring- out some sweet corn and tomatoes. Had promised bis landlady be would and she was waiting f : them for dinner!" A Horse's, Endurance TF a horse 'is ffflven dally be cannot go a very, great. . distance. The dally average distance of the useful steed Is Tery bard, to determine. The London bus horse does 18 miles a dsy, and in the old days a "pal of coach horses used to do 20 miles, pulling a coach weighing one ton. Other horses have made over 80 miles a day, but these were never worked over twle a week. A good horse can trot from 20 to 30 miles for several daya. but be .cannot, keep it up. He may be able to make, ai indies in one day, but he must rest the next. Small horses can stand more work and recover from it more easily tliuu large animals, but the larger ones are much better at pulling a heavy load. a COPPER. TN these days of electricity copper has become one of the Indispensable metals. Last year the production of copper in the United States eiceeded that of any other year, the totals aa compiled by the Geological Surrey being 142,570,721 pounds. English Pensions. CHE largest annual pension In the world Is paid to the luke of Rich mond, of Englnnd, who receive $!.",ono. Tbls pension Is also perpetual and passes from father to son. It was granted over 300 years ago. Taking the annual payment on account of pension at the present time. Earl Nelson bas the largest outside the royal annuities, receiv ing $23,000 per year, payable In perpetui ty to all and every one of the betrs to whom the title of Earl Nelson shall de scend. The Duke of Wellington s an nual pension Is $20,ono a year for life. Lord Rodney' pension Is like that of Earl Nelaon, perpetual. The amount of the royal annuities, excluding that of the King's grant, which Is 1,921,000, is $90".Oi0. The pensions for naval and military services amount to $138,500: po litical and civil, $00,430; Judicial, 353, 625. The largest pension on retiring from office is 20,000. given to the retiring chancellors. This is also an annual peualoa. An English Suburban Villa, CI! S. i)fxif;F.i nv s. sent; wick, auchitkc it? ,V-T 2 A5 h . ' M .---p fM-w-s j Mv;.,.,j,.4aftAuw.r in ttm i i ! iii iiiiii tmim s f v?. ,: " ' SHOWING a type of the Eni;liP!i suburban home. It Is constructed in part of brick and stone and a con sldirable portion of the exterior fln- :: Isbed with shingles and stained. Ce ment could be used to a good advantage on the exterior, but in this design it was Intended to use shingles. The house is covered with a low, spreading gnmbrll roof, with two gables In the front, a wide ptssza entrance and an open terrace con tinued In front of the living-room and connecting with a covered piazza at the side of same. This house is planned on a liberal scale, with large and ample-sized rooms, arranged for comfort and convent, ence. The central vestibule entrance opens into a ball 14 feet wide, with wide sliding doors opening on each side, the left band opening into a large living-room that is 20 by 24 feet and sliding doors opening on the right into the dining-room, 10 by 20 feet. The main staircase leads out of the rear of the main ball, and at the left of the same are wide sliding doors opening Into a billiard room, 20 by 20 feet, this room being one story In height. The living-room connects with the billiard room through a den that is 12 by 14 feet. At the right-hand side and front of dining room is a conservatory 12 by 12 feet, mak ing a beautiful place for plants, with CnxnutD Room Mr. ; . jrir pTErhna Room ft Dimimg Rwt fl JV I 0M i ft ItXiO' EH I1 - h. . n gj , I :on3tRv mm:K mmt I ATORY ! Veranda ; i...- Latest Fashions for Men. HE correct dress for men of today is a combination of rare end inte I'smkss, the former Iwlng shown in regard to details and the latter in avoidance of the foppish. t The man's dress for this summer and autumn must le mauly, but not to the extreme, and as soon as it borders ou the feminine It becomes offensive. Tble Is one of the reasons why gold waistcoat buttons, braided evening coats, white glazed windows on three sides. At the rear of the dining-room Is a large, ample kitchen, rear stairs, pantries, etc. The general size of the bouse, exclusive of projections, ft 36 by 64 feet, standing with the broad side to the front. In the second floor are two large chambers and rvo small chambers, a dressing-room, am ple closets and two bathrooms. The at tic is divided Into a large amusement room and servsnt-rooms. The entire house is furnished In a strictly modern way, with hardwoods on the first floor and softwoods and enamel on the second floor, the principal rooms on the first floor be ing finished with beamed ceilings. The stories are low, the first story being nine feet and the second eight feet. It Is esti mated that this bouse can be built com pile, exclusive of beating and plumbing, for $10,000. The cost can be Tery msterl ally increased or diminished, according to the finish used and the materials that are used for the construction. The ropf is shingled, also the gshles and side wnils. The shingles are stained Sienna brown, and all casings and trimmings throughout painted white or a light cream color. " Balcony isy a RM T Chamber. "zo ew jJ .ow First Floor Plan. Second Floor Plan. gloves with the barl-s embroidered In bark silk, ar.il (nlnted tce pnirps are not rousldereil corn-ct for the well dressed man. Simplicity la the prevailing note. But the first thing to consider' in the warm months la comfort, and the mnn who can dress with some style and yet be comfortable Is a mnn to lie euvled. Well -cut clothlnjr. spotless linen and knee-length underwear are co.nfortatlw and sensible. One of the correct model for the summer and autumn wear is the double-breasted flannel suit, the Jacket being cut wide and stitched along the edges, ctiffs and pocket. The lapels nre very broad, well rolled and overlapping. Dnrlng the summer the tendency toward clothes Is softness and lightness. The Jacket fronts are nnllned nnd nnsiinVn'd In order that tbey may harg nat-imlly w and gracefully when the coat Is buttoned. The steam laundries and machine Ironing should be avoided, as even the lest col lars and shirts ranuot stand tbls treat ment. The linen must b washed by band, and the domestic finish mvmrs a lustreless finish on all linen. Knitted four lu hands are innch in favor. The best of ties a.e In pure slln snd choseu to conform with the shirt. Tie summer yachtsmen wear blue serge coots and flannel trousers, firned up at the bottoms, rubber-soled white shoes, white lisle hose and white shirt with nr tached soft collar. The cup is of the old style, with the Intttnl or tli emblem nf the club embroidered on Its front. Tbe golfer is now wearing flannel trousers, with a cult at tbe bottom. White ducks are wore very little on the links, aa are also knickers. Tbe half sleeve shirts are very, comfortnble nod are much woru. "Stocks" are very rarely worn, being too bot and stuffy. Tbe. golf shoes are cut Tery low aud are made of black calfskin or tan. Tbe hobnails or rubber disks, worn to glre tbe player a firmer bold In playing, are purchased separately and are then fastened to the. shoes. There are certain rules which mnn must observe for the sake of convention, but beyond this he may follow his own taste and Judgment In tbe matter of dresa, 4 STEEL STREET CARS. atTniN the next few months street If I cars will be placed In operation la Chicago made entirely of steel, Thla will be an experiment, as they hare, never been tried before. Tb making pf tbe cars U going on now by aa order of the railway companies. 4 Fifty of the cars are being manufactured, and tbe first are now being fitted and furnished. Tbey are all steel and not a piece of wood Is nsed in them except a wooden strip on the step, wooden hand grips for mounting, a running-board at top for the trolley bases and tbe doors. The latter, however, will le made of steel in the next consignment of cars ordered. It ia claimed that the- cure will be sife In case of fire, collisions and derailments.