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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, NOVEMBER 29, 1911.
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Called To Meet In Phoenix
ARIZONA DELEGATES NAMED
There Will be Twenty-Eight
Representatives of Each
California, New Mexico
and Arizona Appointed
A Southwestern interstate good
roads convention, called by Governor
Sloan, to further the interest of terri
torial highways, a transcontinental
highway and good roads in general.
will meet in this city December JO. It
will be recalled by those who are fol
lowing the good roads movement, that
this (project was result of the annual
meeting of the Arizona good road. as
sociation in Prese-ott. early this fall.
Governor Sloan wis present at that
meeting and at that time announced
that he would call such a convention.
He did so dating it for fair week, but
owing to the election then pending in
New Mexico the convention was post
poned for it was desired to have a full
attendance from that territory.
The conceived work of the conven
tion is to form an association in whi"h
New Mexico. Arizona and California
whall all be equally represented, the as
sociation to carry out the purposes in
dicated in the call. That there might
be equal representation the fourteen
counties of -Arizona were taken as 3
basis, two delegates to be named from
each county ;;nd the governors of New
Mexico and California each being
asked to name delegates. That will
make a convention of SI delegates
which will be a body ably representing
the southwestern country.
It is unnecessary to recite at thi-?
lime the vast benefits to follow the de
velopment of the good roads idea which
is now growing so rapidly, and which
Arizona has taken the lead in encour
aging in the .southwest by the build
ing of its territorial highway system.
Hut it is only fair to Arizona, and to
the' governor, to say that this is prob
ably the most advanced step yet tak
en and one that will redound to the
credit of both the executive and the
budding state. Governor Sloan has an
nounced the following named gentle-
. men as the delegates from the various
counties in Arizona, to the coming convention.
I-red Nelson and Gustav Becker of
Apache county: David Babbitt and T.
A. Riorden of Coconino countv: W. S.
Adamson and J. J. Greenway of Co
chise county; Charles Solomon and W.
T. Webb of Graham county; Del M.
Potter and I. I. Turney of Greenlee
county: L. A. Whatman and George
II. Smalley of Gila county; John R.
Whiteside and O. D. M. Gaddis of Mo
have county; George Purdy Bullard
and C. F. Ainsworth of Maricopa coun
ty: W. H. Clark and R. C. Creswell of
Navajo county; F. II. Hereford and A.
1. Pluminer of Pima county; George
M. Urockway and C. T. Powell of Pinal
county; Bracey Curtis and E. Titconib
ot Santa Cruz county: T. G. Norris and
R. M. Ling of Yavapai countv; Yuma
'delegates to be announced later.
AH FEE CAUGHT WITH
PIPE AND POPPIES
Damask Dinner Sets
You will find it extremely difficult to choose from a collection
of Linen Dinner Sets more varied than ours. An aggregation of
good Linens at prices much to jour advantage. The looms of
Scotland, Ireland, Germany and Austria were railed upon to
contribute their richest product. Damask Dinner Sets, one
Cloth and one dozen full-size Napkins to match Cloths in
various lengths. Hemstitched and scalloped styles, square- or
oval in fact every wanted quality and style. Prices range
from $fi.0 to $22.r.O. All these we offer todav at
20 jh Off
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
Renaissance and Jap
Selling from T.'.e to $12.00. Scarfs and
Squares of every description and in
25 lo Off
ENTIRE BRAN NEW STOCK HIGH
Sold regularly from 50c to $15.00.
Hundreds upon hundreds of pieces,
squares and scarfs; oblong, oval and
square pieces, all pure linen, some
hand embroidered, some scalloped,
others trimmed in Cluny lace.
Damask Tea Sets
We have a splendid new stock of Tta Sets. Oval-shaped Cloths,
with half-dozen Napkins to match, every one scalloped. Ger
man and Irish Linens predominate. Prices range from $4.23 to
$S.00. As an extra special we are offering a line of scalloped
Tea Sets of double Satin Irish Damask, in elaborate patterns
Sets that are real bargains at 2r. Today at
A VAST ASSORTMENT OF DAMASK AND
JAP DRAWN. WORK SQUARES The former
edged with prettiest Cluny lace, the latter
with 2 rows of drawnwork inside of hem-
stitcned bonier, ot and 4o-inch squares, regu
lar flOe values Today
For Choice of Many Beautiful Designs
Made of white satin-finished linen, to be
worked with Coronantion Cord. The proper
embroidery floss for these is Peri Lusta Em
broidery Cotton and Convent Cotton.
I SATIN DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS 45 in. hes
square and oval, styles with scalloped edges,
full bleached and pure linen; an excellent as
sortment of attractive designs Regular
$2.r.u and !." kinds Today (j
ALL READY FOR USE TABLECLOTHS
Real $2.50 sorts, of German manufacture: sil
ver bleached and pure linen, size SGxf.4 scal
loped all around
65c AND 75c TABLE DAMASK
German and Irish goods, up to 70
inches wide: a pretty line of pat
terns to pick from r7
Special, per yard UC
FINEST $1.00 DINNER DAMASK
Of German. Scotch anil Irish manu
facture, beautifully satin finished;
72 inches wide. All beautiful de
signs Special, per Q Q -
72-INCH SCOTCH DOUBLE SATIN
DAMASK Extra heavy weight, a
rare collection of elaborate designs
to pick from; full bleached and
strictly all linen; genuine $1 30 and
SI. 7." qualities Today (J
choice, yard v 1 mOO
BEST 32.00 AND $2.25 IRISH SATIN
DAMASK A double faced pure linen
m a dozen of exquisite designs; all
the very newest Irish thoughts;
fully two yards wide (J '7Q
Special, per yard l.O
A quality absolutely match
less at 12 1-2c per yard.
Half bleached and fully IS
SATIN FINISHED HUCK TOWELS
In Novelty Designs; all Linen and.
grass bleached, big size and banner
FRINGED DAMASK TOWELS AND
EXTRA LARGE SIZE HUCK TOW
ELS The former have either red or
blue borders; the latter are extra
heavy; some with hemstitched ends;
everyone pure linen, sold " A f
up to 75c pair Special, each iiv
A SUPERB LINE OF EMBROIDER
ED HUCK AND DAMASK TOWELS
Extj-n large and of extra quality;
scalloped. Size 22x10 Kor
today onlv, each
75c PAIR PILLOW
lawn, braided in the
scalloped all around.
PURE LINEN HEMSTITCHED
AND SCARFS With embroidered
former's size, 20x:!0; scarfs, 1S.43
r4, always 73c. Today, choice....
SHAMS Of fine white
neatest possible manner.
FOR CHOICE OF BIG LOT X "
Center Pieces and Scarfs
30-inch Squares and 45-inch Oblongs, of Linen
and Linene, worth up to 50c.
$2.25 AND $2.50 DAMASK DINNER NAP
KINS 20-inch size, full bleached and real
linen. All nice patterns Spe
cial, per dozen
FINEST $4.50 AND $5.00 DINNER NAPKINS
Kull ::-4 size; styles that match our regu
lar $1.30 and $1.7.1 Damasks in quality and
designs; best Scotch double Satin
Damask Special, per dozen
The Dream Stick Was Hot
Smoking, Its Ammunition
II. S. Creighton. a special customs
officer from Nogales. and Frank S.
C.randall. a revenue official, yesterday
afternoon raided the Chinese lodging
house on the alley in the rear of the
Arizona Telephone company's central
station, grabbed Ah Fee with his
still superheated pipe, a number of
extra bowls and other paraphernalia,
an opium tin still containing a good
1; quantity of the drug and several
other- receptacles holding more or less
of it, and marched away to the office
of C. W. Johnstone, United States
court commissioner. All Fee pleaded
guilty to smoking. He was arrested
for having in his ossession opium
on which no duty had been paid, and
which was therefore contraband. He
was held "to await examination under
a. bond eif $.100. Though the bond
f ; 'I
For Choice of
Many New styies
that stand forth as the leaders of our
assortment. The materials em
ployed in the making of these garments
are Kersey, Scotch Mixtures, Diagonal
and Herringbone in the proper fall
shades. Large Uevers and Sailor Col
lar are notably characteristic's with
For Pick of
For Women's, Misses' and Juniors
new styles, made
and black and
at $11 and $10.3. Smart
of all Wool Storm Serge
white Shepherd Checks.
There are a dozen or more different mod
els to choose from. High waist line ef
fects predominate. Misses and Juniors can
pick from a large stock of Peter Thomp
son and Sailor 'models.
to $21.50. Suits of
Worsted and Scotch Mixtures, plain
tailor made or Norfolk Models, for wo
men, misses and .juniors. Suits that
represent the highest type of tailoring,
every fashionable model and the sea
son's most favored colorings.
Can't Cure Catarrh
Stomach Dosing, Sorays and Douches
Hve A'i Failed.
There is only one way to cure ca
tarrh. Reach the raw, tender, 'nflamed
membrane that is infested with ca
tarrh germs, and destroy the germs.
You can reach the nooks and crev
ices with liquid preparations there
Is only one way breathe the antisep
tic germ killing air of IIYOMEI (pro
nounce it Illgh-o-ine) directly over
the infested :iarts.
IIYOMEI contains no opium, co
caine or other harmful drugs, it is
made of Australian eucalyptus, thy
mol and other Listeria!! antiseptics.
It is guaranteed to end the misery
of catarrh, asthma, croup and bron
chitis, or money back.
Ask I.ovett Drug Co. about the
IIYOMEI outfit tenia y. Kovett Drug
Co. sells it lor only $1.00 and guaran
Korrick's, Phoenix, Arizona
r ' si Ml
was not provided at the time of writ
ing it Is expected the local Chinese
whl furnish it.
All Fee says the opium in the in
is the last of a consignment he
bought in Pre-scott. at a cost of $100.
There is only a little of it left but
it Is in the original package on which
there is no revenue stamp. The ac
cused makes no bones about his habit
of smoking when he has the oppor
tunity, and it would appear that
he has had the opportunity with
eiuite pleasing regularity. Sing, one
of the proprietors of the Amercan
Kitchen, live's in the same lodging
house, though in another apartment.
It is known that Sing has warned
Ah Fee that he was taking 'long
chances in his indulgence ami would
some dav be caught, but the desire
te smoke was too strong to resist, '
even on tne advice of a countryman. 1
Wanted! .100 men and women to
see Three of a Kind. Apply at
Have you seen "The Garden of the
Gods?" No! Where? At the Savoy
Oh! Have you seen the latest one
out? No! What is it? "The Reve
nue Alan and the Girl." A man frenn
Los Angeles told me he saw it three
times and it was simply grand. I
saw It twice yesterday and I am go
ing to see it tonight. Where? At
If you go the right way you will
see the "Upward Way" Where? At
WOMAN'S CLUB BAZAAR
And the Contributions Were Beautiful,
Useful or Good to Eat, Ac
cording to Kind.
The Woman's club held its annual
bazaar yesterday, in the afternoon and
evening, and netted a goodly sum to
ward the indebtedness on the new fur
nishings. The exact amount is not
yet known, but it will probably near
ly, if not epiite', cover the debt.
The club building lent itself to
dcoration and made the most stun
ning sort eif a background "for the
booths, flowers . and Ix-uutifui gowns
of the ladies. All the stalls were well
arranged and the displays cleverly
shown, but the ones that seemed to
attract especial attention were the
doll, candy and fortune telling de
partments, which were thronged with
persons eager to purchase families j
for their small girls, boxes of de
licious confections or have their palms
read by Madame Seerowsky.
The madanle. who in ordinary life
is .Mrs. M. H. Williams, is certainly
the cleverest person In the amateur
line f fortune telling that the writer
has ever happened to encounter. She
claims to read the. palms of the un
wary victims who come to her for
occult information, but in watching
her, one Is led to believe that she
picks the facts she relates out of
the air in some uncanny manner. She
seemed, indeed, a seer.
In the linen booth, among the va
rious pieces of dainty handwork was
seen some handsome specimens of
Irish crochet work, done by an old
English lady of 76 ye-ars. They were
very beautiful and were re-ally re
markable examples of artistic skill
and industry when one cemsiders th
age of the maker.
Another exhibit worthy of
mention was the display ef
Phoenix people have become
customed to the Amcriean
rose that they no longer
the German Archaeological institute. 1 year conjectural reports of this nature
The German savant makes a spirited are circulated "'ithin a week precel
appcal to save at least the western J ing the assembling of congress. Money
ecstasies over its glory and fragrance
even when they see it used in great
nrofiisioii for decorative purpeses. The
gorge'ous chrysanthemums seen at the
bazaar, however, were a surprise to
many who we-re not aware that it
was possible to raise them here and
bring them to such perfection.
The bazaar was well attended both
in the afternoon and evening, a num
ber of gentlemen coming in at the
A much more extende'd notice of
the bazaar will be given in the Sun
SITE IS LOST.
The site of the ancient city of Car
thage, once the mistress of the Med
iterranean, has now been so much
built upon that it may be regarded
as Irretrievably lost to science. So
savs Prof. Schulten in the Annual of
site from what he sti
the horrible vandalism
of the modern builder. Two electric
street' car lines now cut through the
eitv of Hannibal; the Byrsa is
faced by ugly modern hotels, and "de
sirable" villas have sprung up every
where. Prof. Schulten strongly advo
eates the formation of a society "pro
i'ai-thauinc" whose task it should le
I to save from the realty speculator
what remains of Carthage for science
I by the acquisition of land to be set
apart for excavation purposes.
rates made a further advance today.
Call loans made per cent, the high
est this year. Time loans were strong.
There was a break of io points in for-
de- 1 e-ign exchange raters. Bonds were ir-
!egular. Total sales, par value. $4,6S0,-
000. Governments unchanged on calL
Amalgamated, t4 ; Smelting 73-Ji:
Atchison. 106: St. Paul. 111: New
York Central. 106; Pennsylvania
Reading. 131: Southern Pa
cific, 1L-;T: Union Pacific ITT; Steel.
64"s; do "-referred. 109.
Finances and Markets
NEW YORK, Nov. 'JS. Irregular and
contradictory movements gave stocks
a confuse-d appearance today. Quota
tions gave way under the force of pro
fessional selling, aftei4 a fairly strong
opening. During the remainder of the
day until just before the close the list
was weak, although the movement wa
comparatively narrow. But few stocks
lost more than a point. In the last
1.1 minutes of trading there was a com
plete change. An active buying move
ment dispelled the weakness of the
market mid prices bounded upward un
til at the close a large portion of the
list registered small gains. The osten
sible reason for this late advance was
a widely circulated rumor in regard to
the character of the presidential mew
sage to be sent to congress next week.
Traders re-called that almost, ever;
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Commercial trade solicited.
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