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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1912.
PAGE FIVE The Standard Oil Company says: USE 1 ,-. BE t luinnr ml T m " " " i n c v i Tr- i " 1 'n im rmi m 1 1 - r- ' iirt r - -Jrllm 'It is the best automobile oil we know how to make." For Sale Everywhere STANDARD OIL COMPANY Los Angeles (California) San Francisco PHOENIX INSTITUTE OF DRAMATIC ARTS MR. F. E. BRADY Announces the organization of the first high class school of dramatic arts in the state. SHERMAN BAINBRIDGE The well known director and leading man has been engaged as principal and instructor. All re hearsals will be held under his personal supervision on the stage of the Elks Theater. All branches of the MODERN DHAMA, make-up, life and char acter study will be included in the school's curriculum. Preparation for the motion pic ture field Thoroughly fitting pupils to earn their livlihood in the highest paid profession in the world. Engagements secured for gradu ates. ENROLLMENT LIMITED. Application should be made in person to MR. F. E. BRADY Empress Theater Both Phones Phoenix. Ariz. BETTER CONSTRUC TION FOR THE SAME MONEY Brick, reinforced con crete, or any other kind of building, either large or small, sidewalks, ce ment ditches, and con crete construction of all kinds. CRUSHED STONE AND SCREENED SAND USED EXCLUSIVELY i Guns Rented Fresh Ammunition PINNEY & ROBINSON 17 S. Center. thereby securing best results. the Sweetest Candies Every piece the acme of purity and wholesomeness. CO. HERBERT J. MANN, 317 Fleming Bldg., Tel. Red 9351 Phoenix, Arizona DONOFRIO-BURY Confectionery New Shipment HARTMAN TRUNKS When you buv a Ilartman trunk you know you have bought a reputable make. No guess work. Trunks made by peo ple who have a repu- ZZZf tation at stake. They .Jls cost no more than others and we nave a new line. See them if you need a trunk. D0RR1S-HEYMAN FURNITURE CO. SO Stockmen We Wish to impress upon livestock growers and dealers that competent livestock brokers of unquestioned integrity and financial responsibility can be of great service to both buyer and seller. We have had 40 years' experience as breeders and dealers in livestock in northwestern Wyoming and southern Montana. Banking references furnished. List your stock with us; we will find the buyer Snively Peirce 17 W. ADAMS MASTERPIECE OF SCULPTURE Exact Copy of Houdin's Life Size Statue of (Jeorge Washington to be Placed in High School Auditorium. WMthin the next few days Professor Stabler of the high school will place, an order with the C. Henneeke com pany of Milwaukee, Wisconsin for a cast of Houdin's famous statue of Washington. The funds for this pur chase were provided by the seniors of 1912, who left the high school over one hundred dollars to be devoted to the purchase of some object of art. In its history he original statue Is connected with many of the great names in American history. In 1785 the state of Virginia resolved to erect u statue of Washington and the gov ernor set about finding an able artist. Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jef ferson were then in Paris on a diplo matic mission and on their recommen dation Jean Antome Hnuvlin was in vited to come to America and under take the great work. Hondin was one of the foremost CATARRH Breathe Booth's HYOMEI and freshing Relief Will Coma in Three Minutes. Re- Australian Kucalypius is a non- irritating, germ destroying liquid that is largely used by Catarrh and Throat Specialists and by physicians of tho modern school. HYOMEI is Aus tralian Eucalyptus combined with the best of Listcrian A n t i s e p tics, and when breath e d .through the inhaler into the lungs over the sore, inflamed membrane uf the nose and throat it surely destroys the pernicious catarrh germs and ends all catarrhal miscrv. For Catarrh, Coughs, Croup Booth's HYOMEI te-d to give satisfaction refunded. Try it on that honorable basis; the directions are easy to follow and a complete outfit (inhaler and bottle of' HYOMEI) can be obtained at druggists for only $l.im. Extra bot tle, if .afterward needed, only sV; cents. Central Drug Store recom mends Booth's HYOMEI. m mm Colds ami is guaran or money If you need a trunk, Suit Case, Hand Bag, or repairing, you fet the very best at no more cost from us, as we make and guarantee all trunks. Phoenix Trunk Factory 433 W. Wash. St. S. J. Doster. Prop. Phone R 8394 The Cheaoest Insurance aginst depreciation of your property. Think of Davidson's when you have anything that needs freshening up. We carry a paint for ev ery purpose and will be glad to place all the know ledge we have on the sub ject at your disposal. Come in and talk it over with us. Crescent Ready Mixed Paints best in this climate Bridge, Barn and Paint Best cheap paint work. Roof for rough Jap-a-lac Johnson's Wood-finishing Specialties Sole agents in Phoenix for Hygenic Kalsomine Davidson's Cash Store M'Kee's Cash Store, Sue. French sculptors of the eighteenth century. Born in the household of a courtier at Versailles when the splen dor of the French court had almost reached its zenith, he came early under the influence of the decorative sculp ture in and about the royal palace. He studied in he French royal school and at Rome. Several of his works are still to be found in the churches of the eternal city, but the larger number are in Paris. He executed busts in bronze or marble of such famous men as Franklin, Rousseau, Moliere and Vol taire. Houdin came to America with Franklin and spent three weeks at Mt. Vernon, George Washington's home, ia October 1785. During that time he mod elled a bust of General Washington as exact in all its liniaments as his skill could make it. When the full length statue was completed it was placed in the capital building at Richmond, Vir ginia, where it stands today, probably the most perfect likeness in exist ence of the Father of America. - The cast to be placed in the high school auditorium is an exact repro duction in plaster of the marble origi nal. With the base it stands six feet and ten inches high, and weighs nearly a thousand pounds when crated for shipment. The "Washington" will stand on one side of the auditorium stage and a companion piece of Lincoln will be placed on the other side in the near future. The high school owes much to the generous graduates of 1912. Certain ly they could have left behind no Tit ter token of their love for the "oil high" than this statue of the greatest American. COLQUITT OUT WITH PROTEST Governor of Texas tempts to Withdraw Consent for Mexican Troops Tl His State. Passage At llis of i rough f ASSOCIATF.t) I'RESS DISPATCH AUSTIN', Sept. 30. Governor Col quitt today withdrew his permission for Mexican troops to cross Texas ter ritory from Kagle-Pass to Del-Rio and Marathon, stating he did "not care to take the risk." The governor sent the following message to the secretary of state at Washington, "concerning the movement of Mexican troop."? through Texas from Eagle-Pa's to Marathon or Del Rio, my adjutant-general calls at tention to the fact it is to be a rough 70 mile march. I desire to withdraw mv consent for he passage of these troops through Texas until I am ad vised more fully with reference to their movement. This march of 70 miles through territory referred to, will invite difficulties which I do not want to occur in Texas." WOULDN'T MAKE DIFFERENCE WASHINGTON, Sept. 30. Even if it would have any effect, which is con sidered doubtful, the objection of Gov ernor Colquitt, of Texas, to transfer Mexican troops through a portion of that state under the permission ne corded by Secretary of state probably will come too late to be considered. Ii is said at the state department thyt Colquitt's consent was asked as a n;at ter of courtesy. That his consent hav ing been given, the state department gave its own permission aid General Steever was .-rdereri today to furnish proper escort and "see the Mexican troops saly through the Tefn tor f'tory cove.'e 1 by the permit. Up to the time the stat si r.tl vf. departments lc.';d for the day, Col quitt's message asking to withdraw the criginal co if -it had reao'ied neither dc partment. SOCIALISTS AFTER MADERO. EL, PASO, Sept. 30. Senator Fall, of New Mexico, a member of the senate committee investigating the report that Americans fostered the present Mexican revolution, declared today that evidence had been secured on the Pacific coast that the socalled socialist tic element was attempting to unseat Madero, after assisting in the unseat ing of Diaz and that the plan was to set up a socialistic government in Mexico. He declared some evidence tended to show that certain labor and political elements in the United States were assisting Mexican socialists to thi-s end. The "Industrial Workers and the Western federation of miners were mentioned in the evidence" he said. $1.00 Kid Gloves Today 79c The best you ever saw at the original $1.00 price. 2 clasp Glace Kid Gloves in black, white and colors; all sizes at 79c per pair. i PHOENIX.ARIZONA... 75c Pair Turkish Towels 24c Each Big, extra large Towels that are full bleached, extra heavy and hemmed. The usual 75c pair sort, today, 24c each. The Famous Satin Charmeusethe First Showing Today At last the loveliest and most fashionable texture at your very door the leading silk fabric for street and evening dresses, 40 inches wide, $2.00 per yard. The assortment includes taupe; ivory, ciel, Danish blue, black, navv, baby blue, old JJose and pink. 42-inch Crepe de Chine Special at $1.50 A -bran new line better and wider than usual extra fine, sheer,- soft Crepe de Chine in pink, yel low, sky, taupe and cream, suitable for afternoon and evening dresses the best yet at $1.50 per yard. Two-tone Bengaline Silk Another Favorite A rich, lustrous quality Bengaline Silk, 36 inches wide, in a choice line of changeable effects fashions dictum for Coats and Suits at 51.89 p-er yard. Our 50-Inch Storm Serge at $1.00, the Talk of the Town It's the serge that is making scores of new friends daily a far better Serge than most stores sell at $1.25. A dollar Serge that is absolutely sponged and shrunk and strictly pure wool. We have them in black, navy, brown, grey and garnet. Why not get a sample and compare ? $1.00 Novelty Dress Goods A Feature Here We are showing an aggregation of style and beauty everyone should see Diagonals, Whipcords, Shepherd Checks, Bouele and Mannish mixtures, 50 to 5G inches wide only $1.00 per vard. We Make a Specialty of Tailoring Serges because fashion favors navy Storm Serges for coats and tailored suits. We have a 0 oz. all wool serge, 5(J inches wide, at $1.50 per yard a 11 oz. Serge at $1.75. Japanese Crepe 20c Clever New Tailored Suits Priced at The most practical inexpensive fabric on the market today. Saves ironing and starching and s absolutely guaranteed to hold its color. We are showing a wonderfully large assortment of dainty patterns, just right for street dresses and children's dresses only 20c per yard 81x90 Sheets 59c A "Korrick's spec ial sheet that is absolutely seamless at 5a cents. Mailt' of firm, close woven cotton, torn and ironed, for extra large beds. Better Outing at 10c You never saw. Another advan tage here is the great variety from which you may choose. riain white, colors, elvecks and stripes, all heavy fleeced, only 10c per yard. 12Y2c Cheviot 9l2c A bookfold Shirting Cheviot in solid blue, red and brown; also stripes and checks galore extra special at O'c per yard. P. $14.50 and $15 There is no question about their grand value They are worth much more. Norfolk and plain tailor made of all wool seree and pretty mixtures a beautiful selection. You'll open your eyes in astonishment when you see these suits. See Our Serge Suits at $18.50 A practical illustration of the extraordinary merit that discriminates Korrick's Suits from all others. Navy blue Serge Suits that are strictly man tailored and lined with Skinner Satin at $18.50. The New Colonial Draperies Are Here in a Complete Assortment Colonial draperies desirable for refurnishing the parlor, bed room and dining room every color and style to match your carpets and rugs. Let Korrick's Draper v section help you select the draperies for your home. MOYER MAKES DENIAL. ELY, Nev., Sept. 30. Emphatic de nial was made today by President Mover of the western federation of miners when shown a- dispatch from El Paso, in which Senator Fall wa quoted as saying that the federation was mentioned in the evidence tending to show certain American organiza tions were interested in promoting the revolution in Mexico with a view of establishing a socialistic government "The federation has taken no part in any way at any time in the troubles in Mexico as an organization or as In dividuals, as far as I know" said Moy er. o The Lamson Business College night school will open Monday night, Oct. 7, and continue eight months. In struction in shorthand, typewriting, bookkeeping, arithmetic, spelling, etc. For full information call at the col lege office. m o . FOR SALE Pears, Pears, Pears, 10 tons. Thursday and Friday, 2c. per pound. Hall Bros. It o Old fashioned sorghum molasses in bulk. McKee's. - 10-d "Korrick" Voile a beautiful 40-inch Drapery voile that is exclusive with- Kor rick and priced at 35c per yard. A 40-inch Voile plain or cross bar foundations in prettiest border designs. Capitol Cretonne that is absolutely fast color; a great selection of Persian and Antique floral designs; make pic turesque hangings only 10c per yard. Momie Drapery A strikingly handsome curtain fabric in a broad variety of at tractive patterns yard wide 20c per yard. Reversible Scrim at 19c is the best part of to day's Drapery story. Can you guess their actual value? elegant floral and border designs representing every wanted color fully 40 inches wide. Standard Silkoline fully 36 inches wide and repre senting all the newest floral de signs in light and dark effects 100 pieces, all told fancies at 1214c; plain colors at 10c per yard. Chester Cretonne 36 inches in width an extra heavy Cretonne in the most ar tistic patterns imaginable special at 15c per yard. Ratine Scrim a novelty, sort of a raised ef fect curtain hangings that are in. a class by themselves. Again the bordered effects mani fest themselves here 40 inch scrim at 30c per yard. Majestic Voile something: extremely sheer and fine a soft, clinging curtain fabric in elaborate floral and border de signs 40 inches wide at 45c per yard. 4 Diamond Taffeta and Repp heavy drapery novel ties in prettiest floral and em broidered designs, something very attractive 36 inches wide at 40c per yard. The New Bungalow Nets Will Surprise You More Bungalow Nets and prettier onos than you have ever seen before at any. one place and at any one time. 75 pieces of the choicest character, all bran new designs, beautiful filet and shadow effects, 36 to 54 inches wide, in white, Ara bian, cream and ivory a showing that will delight the heart of, everyone who has new curtains to make 15c to 75c per yard. . , x Maribou Voile A 40-inch hemstitched and bordered Curtain fabric of the finest texture possible so soft and refined as to win your ad miration instantly 60c per yard. Marcella Sateen Pretty satin fine Curtain hangings in a bountiful se lection of elaborate floral designs, 3'6 inches wide special 6 yards for $1.00. Magnolia Cretonne Another strong line of pretty curtain fabrics, 36 inches wide, hardly a pat tern or color that you would not want 25c per yard. Contributions to Tne Republican's Want Ad section is good business get in on it.