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TJIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY .I()RXIX(J, JANUARY 8, l!)l:.
LADIES' HAND BAGS 59c
hu-k II;mll;iirs. metal trini
li it (1. well made and well worth
l.nn Conic in different
27-IN. FLOUNCINGS 25c
l'i'etty eniliroidery i'loime
iiiu,s, open eyelet work in
new designs. Regular "()e
and ( values in this lot.
WOMEN'S KID GLOVES
Mill lots ol" kid gloves tlliit Sold from
1.00 t.i $1.2r. a pair. All culms ami
Kinds. At this juice there is no "try
on" and no exchange.
SILK KIMONOS $2.85
Full length silk kimonos in
pretty floral cl'fVrts mate
rial alone is .worth price
asked. Values up to .f7.r().
Pleached pine white and i;ood size.
Several designs and worth regularly
$1.imi a ilo.en. They're hemmed, ready
PILLOW CASES 10c
Hemstitehed Pillow (.-asex size
42x:(, made of ood quality
muslin and worth in the reg
ular wav IT1 each.
SUCH BARGAINS AS THESE ARE TO BE FOUND ONLY AT THE BOSTON STORE
TURKISH TOWELS J.artv un
I :md le -mined. These towels
are W'-rth -'.". each, hut
TURKISH TOWELS Pis.-, bleached tov
. Is with .Mia heavv nap. Worth rej;ii-
TURKISH BATH MATS ltliie and
while l'.ath Mats in the K i nil usually
sold for .-.a,'. Special
BED SPREADS i; 1 size white sr-vads
hemmed ready for use. Worth in the
regular way !'(
BED SPREADS, Kxtr.t heavy, fringed
ail around ai d cut c i -iers. 'I he u-u.a.
Sim-ia; ..." $1.69
DRESS GINGHAMS I Sis? v ariety
pretty Cinuhums in solid colors, checks.
snipes and plaids, worth
12'..c to 1 r.c Special
SILKOLINES one yard wide, in floral
effects, etc. This is tlie hind that usu
ally sells for l."c a yard-- f
Special I UC
LADIES' RIBBED VESS AND PANTS
in urcy only splendidly :n:ilr and won !)
:;.ic to pie ;( Kariia n' -Special
MISSES UNION SUITS in white ribbed,
henvv I'li-ii-i' lined, all sixes ami tir.c
LADIES' UNION SUITS Medium weight
fleered, just risht in every way and
splendid value at special
CHILD'S KNIT UNDER WAISTS
Strongly taped anil patent buttons. These
sell most everywhere for
HUCK TOWELS Oood size for rooming
houses, etc. Hemmed ready for use.
Worth l-V each
LACE CURTAINS 79c
In either white or erru. New
designs and full '. yards lour;-.
Reirularl.2.") and ftl ")() values.
FRENCH NAINSOOK 19c
in a very fine quality, for
fine underwear, etr. This is
j the usual 2"e quality.
Comes in hoth Ughi and dark
colors, in checks, plaids, etc.
Worth rejnilarlv 121 .c vard.
lenuiiie I Pickling l-'Ut nnelet te in nearly
all colot's, suitable for house dresses,
wrappers, kimonos, etc Worth I'Oe a
WOOL BLANKETS $4.98
I'.i 1 1' - 4 size, white woo! blankets,
with silk taped edes. They're bite
and waim and sold i r ci $i."n to ln
COTTON BLANKETS 98c
Larn'e size grey eotton blan
kets, medium weight but
worth up to $1.50 a pair. Take
advantage of this reduction.
Suits of hlaek Thibet that sold for sl5.K. Up
t date style, all sizes and a splendid offering at
the speeial price. We reeommeiid this special
to the man of moderate means.
OUR MEN'S SECTON OFFERS UN MA TCHABLE BARGAINS
EVERYTHING THAT MAN WEARS IS HERE AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICEE
$18 AND $20
Our entire stock of men's and young men's
suits that sold tor jf'IS.OO to $20.01) to go at
this price. All wool fabrics, such as worsteds,
cheviots, serges, etc., in the verv newest models.
BLUE SERGE SUITS
A blue serge suit is always good and the kind
you get here are made of all wool serge, in two
or three button styles. Hand-tailored and good
in every way. 'Pile regular price is $25.00.
HIGH GRADE . 0 1 7C
SUITS PZf 1. D
At this price you get choice of our best $27.50,
$:UU)0 and jjtth.OO suits. Made by Abt & Sons,
which is a guarantee of excellence. They em-
bodv all that's new in clothes and come in a
BANDANA HANDKERCHIEF 3, be.-.t
f.r-t color, blue in- red. tic regular !
kind, "ii sale
MEN'S SOX it! black, tan. prey, en
Vou never boiiel.t such so at su. h a
J-'pi eia 1 . . .
MEN'S SWEATER COATS in Kfey.
l-oai;li lfck style, all sizes and worth
MEN'S SWEATERS, oxford f;rey. full
fashioned and aood weight. Wortli oc
ularly -1 L'. Special
ALL MEN'S HATS (Except Stetsons)
BOYS" KNICKERBOCKER SUITS
YOUTH'S LONG PANT SUITS
MEN'S AND BOYS' OVERCOATS
MEN'S ODD PANTS
BOYS' KNEE PANTS
MEN'S UNION SUITS
BLUE FLANNEL SH I RTS Warm and
cry strong. 'I'll- lu st work shirt made.
.MI sizes aial worth $1.''.7
MEN'S SHAKER SOX Wool ribbed
bllle with White heel and toe
'T.c value for
varietv of colors and patterns.
MEN'S WOOL SOX drey and natural MEN'S UN DERWEAR Kit Iter shirts or MEN'S UNION SUITS in cream color
' Csual'y sell for lW a iir. drawers. Ii-ttvv fleece lined, regular price on! v. Just the right weight for this cli-
X" 3 Pair for 50c 'L 37c 'TL":.'..-. 93c
MEN'S PAJAMAS Made of 1 quality MEN'S UNDERWEAR ( 'otton ribbed TWILLED COTTON BLANKET with
Hint;, finished with loops and pearl shirts or drawers. Comes in cream or wool finish, extra large size and soft and
!,'n ---."'ic values. Special
buttons. Worth $l..".u a suit
Spe ial price
warm. Regular price is
$:',.i0 pair Special
iN. Dafond Bro. PfioeniKripm
ALL COMFORTS AND BLANKETS
MEN'S HIGH GRADE SHIRTS
MEN'S HIGH GRADE SWEATERS
MEN'S HIGH GRADE SOX
MEN'S HIGH GRADE NECKWEAR
SUIT CASES AND TRUNKS
ALL SHOES (Except W. L. Douglas)
TUCSON TOUR 1
i i h iin n r h i i i
Comniittees On Ari-ange
ments and Publicity Ap
nointed Plans for Mid
Why is a Tucson tour?
"To show 'em we can do it in the
middle of winter; advertise Phoc
leiwien the two cities and to pro
mote motoring activites." is the
chorus. Ami so the Maricopa Auto
c'ub jjot together and deiuited Geo.
1'urdy i'.ullard, the president as a
committee of one to yet things
started. Yesterday was the start in
Governor Hunt's office at the state
house, when about fifteen Pnoenix
autoists met and selected suh-eom-
aranseincnts. The run
Redewil! is chairman of the manage
At the merlins; yesterday over
which Governor Hunt, presided. Mr.
IJuIlard proposed an organization to
k after the detail- of the tour.
and suggested Uedewill as the man
for the chairmanship of the com
mittee, as hehad pulled off the Castle
Hot Springs tun in such splendid
shape. So the committee formed by
Or. Redewili was chosen as follows:
K. Altyn Lewis. W-n. Ferguson, Jack
L. Holnn-.s, George K. Morse and
John McCndra. An aditional pub-
!i-!t i- nn in ittmi i-tli.--'n ft1-
Winter Allto Pllll to Oldjsisting of members of the staffs of
the Phoenix Newspapers.
January 17 was selected as the
date for the run. the cars, tbout
100 already pledged, to leave this
city at in the morning. Here is
the calendar of that day and the fol
lowing, as outlined tentatively:
Leave Phoenix Jan. 17 ! a. m. Ar
rive at Florence in time for the big
special lunch which will be prepared
by the governor's orders in the pris
on yard; arrive in Tucson in the af
ternoon, attend big banquet at a ho
tel and end the first day with a rag
ing big dance to which the elite of
the Old Pueblo will be invited. That
is a pretty busy first day, but look
at this. Second day: See Tucson,
the San Xavier Mission, the Fniver
ity of Arizona, the deaf and dumb
a whole I sc hool, the government station on the
mcis Tf.Cesert and the Carnegie institute.
is assured foi
I'.ullard, and the
are back of it
and Dr. F
Daddy doesn t go out
to hunt for rabbit skins
to keep the baby warm.
He is less romantic,
but more practical.
He buys a
and all during the cold Fall and Winter
months his house is kept warm and
cozy for his wife and babies.
A Perfection Oil Heater is almost indispens
able when there are children in the home. Every
home has uses for it.
M mJm with nickml trimming: plain mt or mnamtUJ. turquoitm-"-"
Ornamtntal. nxpniv. Lamlt far ymmr:
Emmily movd from roam to room. At dmoUra muarywhtrm.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Third day. (for tii ise w ho wait nvi-r
f-'atirday) the r turn triji taking in
Florence again on the lininciv.iiil
joutiiey. and arrive in Phoenix in
time to rest up before Monday.
The I5cpu)lii an v. ill not at this
time attempt to recite any of he
reasons why Phoenix moorists should
join this tour. The said reasons are
too bvins to need repetition. Put it
is possible to inform some f the
readers of the facts about the run,
and those facts will he duly set forth
day by day. The committee on ar
rangements will be glad to receive
sugestions for stunts to matte the
Tuesonians set up and take notice.
Here is one. which was evolved last
n'ght by a member of the committee:
Hire a hall, moving picture show will
do, ami pull off one of those semi
vodeveel stunts such as please folk's
so much when they are properly
hii rid led. Sonic of the members of
the committee are working on this
stunt, and will no doubt have it all
arranged in a short time.
Ors. Schrader and linker will
handle the run from the Tucson end.
They have been wtitten long letters
about it already. There will be a
meeting of the arangements com
mitter today at the call of the chair
MENTAL SCIENCE ANNUAL
MEETING Th- stockholders of the
Mental Science college educational as
sociation held their annual meeting
recently nnil elected directors to take
charge of the business for the en
suing year. The meeting was held in
tht college building north of Adams
street school. The following directors
were elected: George Ptitenay, Susie
Proan. and Minnie A. Stevens till of
Phoenix. Dr. D. V. and Daisy De
Saffery oT Seattle, Washington. Yes
terday the election of the- officers
took place with the following result:
George Pntenay. president: Daisy De
Saffery, vice-president: Minnie A.
Stevens, secretary; Susie .10. Hroan,
treasurer. A vote of thanks was ex
tended the pnss of the city for their
THOMAS FUNERAL Funeral ser
vices over the remains of Fd A.
Thomas who died at the; family resi
dence f.03 North Third avenue, on
D cembeF 31. will be held on Friday
afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Fasl
erling & Whitney undertaking par
lors. Rev. Henry Martyn Campbell
will- officiate and burial will be made
WOULD HAVE WILSON
FIRE THEM ALL QUICK
Unique Petition Filed With Secretary
of State Comes From New York
v. ell set out when the caption of the
letter was read. It had on it 'To the
.iitol- belongs the spoils." and fol
lowed with a long dissertion against
the order of President Tit ft placing
fourth class postmasters under the
civil s rv ice without comp.-titive ex
am ilia t ii ui.
It then drew dramatic attention to
the fai t that President Wilson will not
be able to count on the support of
the tormer appointees of Presid nt
Taft in the coming four vears be
cause tin y were appointed in orb i
to build up an immense machine for
the benefit of the republicans. It I
then asked that thev all be tvum-sted I
to take examination or be tired.
Secretary shorn after reading the
letter sent it on to presidential elect
or Wiiired T. Webb for his informa
tion. Such a petition will not have
much of an effect on Arizona for in
this state- the government has job
enough getting the fourth c lass post-j
masters to stic k regardless of politics. I
The pay for the jobs is not worth:
while and the wanted p. m's. can
make more money at other employ- .
i FINANCES AND
assooiati:i pi:i:ss tmspatvii 1
N'FW YORK. Jan. 7. The level of
stock exchange prices crept upward
today, and though the deman-d was
not large enough to create an active
market, the ton was perceptibly bet
ter. The effect of the setback received
yesterday in the supreme court's re
fusal to sanction t he plan ot the Har
riman intetests for the distribution of
Fnion Pacific's beddings of the South
ern Pacific were off overnishl and
Hun iniilii issues were strong features
f the list, with Fnion Pacific for a
time selling two points above yester
Speculative interests were greatest
in this stock, th.-r- buying- of which was
said to be largely for short covering.
Although the advance in prices was
ciuite general there were few weak
points in the list. Feet sugar dropped
lour points, to n". its lowest price
since lltpi. There was wider inquiry
for bonds today.
The increasing demand for high
grade issues was looked for at this
session, in consequence of the rein
vestment of heavy disbursement in
terests and dividend. Although the
tone of the bond market has been bet
ter for the last few days the demand
so far has proved smaller than in for
mer years. Total sales represented a
par value of $ J.r.iMi.tiuo. Governments
were unchanged on call.
Amalgamated. 79 1-S; Smelting.
1 -:U: Santa Fe. UK l-s; St. Paul.
11.". 1-S; Xew York Central, 10S; Penn
sylvania. 12:! 1-4: Reading, ltiti
Southern Pacific, 10.; .-; Fnion Pa
cific, ICO 1-S: Steel. f,S 1-S; preferred,
110; Silver, 6?,
Girou- :: Superior Copper 39 3!M,s
j Greene Canaiiea j Tamarack 3;
(Hancock 1':: i'4 j Ftah Consolidated .... Pi- 111
Lake Copper --"''j Wolverine 74 7".
.Miami : '-' -' North Lake1 "
North P.utte South Lake r'4
I Nevada Consolidated ... 1 !' 'j 1 !' 1 L, : 'h ino 4 ;-.. 47
(;.ceoii in:1, 14 Ftah Copier !', r'!'"s
j did Dominion .".4 j Tom Reed 300 .'M0
. (luiney 7S 7'.' j Inspiration Consolidated IS IS';.
'Shannon 13 IS', I Shattuek 2 IK1
There is Only Otic
Lzzizstiw Bromo Quinine
USED THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A COLD IK ONE DAT.
Always remember the full name. Look
for this siguature oa everj box. 25c.
YORK, Jan. 7. Klectfolytic.
unchanged; tin, weak; lead,
antimony, iron unchanged,
arrivals 2T tons; exports this
Arizona Commercial .
Calumet and Arizona
'alumet a nel Hecla . . .
. 21 'A
Rooms 7 and 8 Board of Trade Building
TONE PRODUCTION VOICE PLACEMENT
CONCERT OPERA ORATORIO
request as the
Secretary of State Sidney
born yesterday received a
from a plunderbund known
"Jackson league,' which h;
in Silver Creek, New York,
signed by L. J. Cook, secretary. The
. . .I.a 4'...-. n lf.ttl
request came in cue 101 m i. i'. hi
tion to the presidential electors ask
ing ' that thiv sign and send it to
Prident-eleet vA'oodrovv Wilson.
The contents of the petition were
DITI0N LOTS AT AUCTION
THURSDAY, JANUARY 9TH AT, 1:30 P. M.
Easy terms $10.00 down and $5.00 per month till paid for. See circulars for restric
tions and particulars as to terms. Lots sold at last auction have been resold at $100
profit to the buyers. This is the opportunity. Come. Full particulars at 16 East
ARIZONA AUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
W. G. TOLLESON, Secretary and Treasurer B. W. GETSINGER, Conductor
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