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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY AIOUWINi;- JANUARY 23, I'JW.
PAGE FIVE ;duchess connaught ill; worst is feared Today the Windup of a Great Event Kor o Clearance Sale n T t7y V- LEAGUERS WIN G i .t 3- i-K- ; 5 i 1 ! i f I w 4- Wi SI V ' 1 ? M. Art 1 i- if- Bowling Match Set Goes to Salt River Valley Five by Two to One; Y. .M. C. A. Areiation Shows En couraging Strength The Y. M. C. A. team of bowlers hist night j'lit the representatives of Hie Salt lUver Valley lJowlins leasu t. a bit of trouble in u match game, the second of the series. The Y boya captured the second game by a fjood margin. The team totals show the Pastime gang only dumped 44 more pins than the opposing- five. The scores : Be Here Bright and Early Today Because only once in (J months are you offered such magnificent saving opportunities. Better, bigger and brighter bargains than ever and anywhere is what you will find here for today's selling. Here is an ad. that is telling you of good, seasonable merchandise far and away below anybody's and every body's prices. It's hardly necessary to dive further into the subject, just glance over the items below give them a close study it's worth time and thought a personal inspection will do the rest. KB Salt River Bowling 1st Players game Slocum 134 Tavenor lit Hanson 143 llrown 125 Shrigley 15G League 2x1 3d game game Totals Team total ri4 lie lit; 1 4 159 6!K5 153 1!1 lo4 132 Y. M. C. A. 1st Players game !. Munson 142 J. Munson l:!3 Fitzgerald 130 Town 140 j. Munson 151 2d 3d game game 14U 151 iro 141 151 1 Duchess ut o una UK lit. The Duchess of Connaught, wife of the governor general of Canada. Is in a hospital at Montreal, suffering from peritonitis. The gravest fears are entertained as to lit.- recovery. All social functions-in official society at the -Canadian capital have been canceled. TWENTY DAYS OILY REMAi Two Day Festival Decided bv Committee. Jleartv -:(Nn)traiori front Mer chants. To Illuminate Camel Back Mountains Totals 'earn totals G',G 15s 15iJ 137 15;! lo:: 707 .215." Hut twenty days remain before the Spring l-.-tiai and Admission Day two day celebration which it is pianiu d to hold in Phoenix for all over the state in celebration both both of the - springtime and 'the wonderful Arizona climate, and the fir.'t anniversary f the admission of the territory into the siserhood of states. A meeting .if the arrangements com mittee was held in the board of trade rooms last evening at which it wa-4 finally decidt d to make the festival a two diy affair, replii-s from the merchants of the city indicating a thorough willingness on their part to coop -rate with the committee in mak ing the celebration a success. In order to do this they will allow their employes time off to assist in the parade, ami win close the stores of the city during the historical igeant on Saturday afternoon. A general ANSAE WOMAN WHO SUFFERED From Headache, Backache, Dizziness and Nervousness, Restored to Health by Lydia . Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. .::::?! "W Li 1 wr r Lawrence, Kans. " A year ago I wa3 Buffering from a number of ailments. always had pain and was irregular. Dur ing the delay I suf fered a greai deal with headache, back ache, dizziness, fev erish spells, nervous- ( ness and bloating. I .had been married nearly three years, i I took Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable 1 Compound and now 1 feel better than I have for years. recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound to all who suffer as I did." Mrs. M. Zeuner, 1045 New Jer 8ey Street, Lawrence, Kansas. Montana Woman's Case. Burns, Mont. "Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cured me of awful backache which I had suffered with for months. I was so weak I could hardly do my work and my head and eyes ached all the time. Your Compound helped me in many ways and is, a great strength ener. I always recommend it to my friends and tell them what a grand med icine it is for women. You may use my name for the good of . others. Mrs. JOHN' Francis, Burns, Montana. The' makers of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound have thousands of such letters as those above they tell the truth, else they could not have been obtained for love or money. This med icine is no stranger it has stood the misunderstanding seems to have got ten abroad that the hoard of trade wished bdoster two days ot closing en the merchants both on Friday and Saturday afternoon. This is not the ease however as the intention of the 1 committee composed not only of members of the board of trade but also of the merchants and manufac turers as.-ociation and the real es tate board asked for closing out a portion of one day and that on Sat urday afternoon when the great his torical pageant wid be given. 1 hen- " as no request for a portion of Frl dav to be closed, neither had tin . 4 board ot trade as a bxly made any request for any closing, the request ciinic from the joint committee re presenting all of Phoenix. A number of interesting proposi ti ns were presented by the chairmen of the subcommittees. Chairman Humbert of the music committee re ported that lie had made .arrange iieiits with Aliss Smith musical di- f-rcctor of the schools who -will -di rect the chorus of school children r.n Itie first ilv Thp children 'will be massed in the form of an Ameri can flag and will sing two appropri- ite anthems. This is part of Fri day's celebration. fhere will be plenty of music, and olan was presented for illuminat ing tlie camel uacu on tsaturuay nisrht. The festivities are to close at midnight on Saturday night, all of that evening being devoted to car nival features with the outdoor dance. A made in Phoenix show for the two davs adjunct to the celebration was proposed wnicn receiveu me hearty commendation of the commit tee. It is proposed to have an im merse tent erected on grounds close to town. possibly the carnival rounds of last year, and under the tent display something of every bus iness activity in Phoenix. Another meeting of the commute;- will be held in the course of. a day or two, as all realize me necessn of getting to work quickly and ef fectively in order to make the cele bration a perfect success. o AMERICANS ARE HAPPY. f ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH WASHINGTON, Jan. 24. The ex pected arrival on Sunday of the United States gunboat wheeling in Vera Cruz, Mex., has caused rejoicing among the Americans and other foreigners, as well as among the better class of Mexi cans, according to a dispatch today to the state d-epartment from Consul Ca nada. Canada says the federal author ities assert they have driven the rebels from the railways into the mountains. Brig. Gen. Veeder in command of the United Stat-es forces on the border to day informed the war department of the reinforcement of the federal army by 700 men which has raised the troops at Juarez to 1000 and removed the clanger of the city falling into the hands of the rebels. o EXTRA SPECIALS FOR TODAY FROM 11 TO 12 A. M. Women's 75c Outing 0 Flannel Night Goivns AVcll made owns of blue and pink stripes, for one hour only but no Phone or Mail HP Orders, none charged nor sent C O. D. A jP limit 2 to each person at, each WUU Best 10c Hemmed Hnck Towels With red borders, sizp 18x'(, for one hour onh but no Phone nor Mail Orders, none charged nor sent. ( O. I)., and only 1 dozen to each customer at, each Best 25c and 30c Natural Linen -All 5c -Full oG inches wide and all pure linen; the right material for a Waist, Skirt, Suit or Duster, for one hour only but no Phone nor Mail Orders, none charged nor sent C 0. I). at, vard 14c (tip r3" QCinT AUa tfV.Y ) MM-? an Our Mail Order Departmen t gives prompt and care ful attention to allorders received Besides ; we send them to you by Parcel Post Postage Prepaid EXTRA SPECIALS FOR TODAY FROM 2 TO 4 P. M. 4 27 and 36-in. Taffeta and Messaline In solid colors and changeable effects, regular $1.00 and $1.25 goods, for 2 hours only Qfln but no Phone nor Mail Orders, none ijQh charged nor sent C. 0. D., at, yard . Big Lot of$l .25 to $1 .50 Dress Goods Consisting of Broadcloths and fancy weaves, in most of the wanted colors; 42 to 54 inches wide and all pure wool, for 2 hours only but no AAt Phone nor Mail Orders, none charged nor 4 I U sent C. 0. D. at, yard .. 36-inch Natural Color Pongee at 39c I) Regular G9c goods and warranted Nall silk a favorite fabric for waists, skirts, dresses and coats, for 2 hours only but no Phone nor Mail Orders, none charged nor sent C. O. 1). at, yard 39c SB $5.00 For Street Dresses Sold up to $21.50 Our large show window tells the tale of slaughter much easier than this ad can dresses of serge, messa liiie and channelise Peter Thompson and sailor styles are incliidd. BIG LINE OF $1.25 AND $1.50 WAISTS Maimish shirts and Robespierre waists of welt. French flannel, soisette and madras in this sale 80 BEAUTIFUL LINE OF $4.50 AND $5.00 SILK WAISTS of , liiffen, messaline and plaid taf feta Robes pierre models and tailor made ef fects, on sale now at $6.75 For Junior Suits Sold up to $18.00 Just .'5 of them Norfolk and plain tailored styles in different stvles and colors. Sizes 1) to 19. Off Entire Stock of Chiffon Waists 1 For All Our Dress Skirts $10 For Evening Dresses Sold up to $30.00 Here are beautiful creations of net chiffon or crepe chene rei'resentinj TllOUgllTS. Serpentine Crepe On Sale at 12lAc Those pretty, crinkly Crepes in the most attractive new spring de signs imaginable, so desirable for Kimonos and today's price is an other inducement only 12Ac per yard. foreign and domestic stvle y Johnny Coats Sold up to $25.00, Now $6.00 Coats at less than cost of the material. And the fab rus are all fashionable, besides featuring every good color. There is not one among them that has not been counted an extra strong value at its regular price. $10 Tailored Suits Sold up to $27.50, now See some of them in one of our large show windows You will then realize that we mean business. It's a great sacrifice, but we would much rather give them away than pack ?em away until next fall. 1 3 Off All Our Women's and Children's Sweaters 0ff All Our , Children's Wool and Wash Dresses Full Length Coats Sold up to $27.50, Now $9.75 New Line $3.00 Silk Petticoats for $1.00 An even 1300 of them just received a special purchase by our resident X. Y. buyer petticoats of liberty satin in every imaginable color, others of messaline in attractive Persian designs have aceordeon pleated ruffle and are well worth $0.00 Saturday at $1.00 each. Just 25 of these, all told coats of fashionable chin chilla and nobbv Scotch mixtures the very acme of high class man tailoring late arrivals representing a special purchase hy our ever alert Xew York buyer. Best 20c Long Cloth Today $1.49 Bolt A splendid quality "Korrick's own fine and firm; the ideal under wear fabric, 36 inches wide Satur day, bolt of 12 yards, for $1.49. KILBANE IS POISONED. Women's $1.00 Union Suits at 73c Two different lines "nichelieuand "Essex" pure white fleece lined Union Suits in regular and outsizes, now 73c. f ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH WASHINGTON, Jan. 24. Johnny Kilbane, featherweight champion is suffering from blood poisoning and he has called off the bout against Young Driscoll of New York, scheduled for Januatv 28. WOMEN'S SILK AND WOOL UNION SUITS -'Luzerne" made, regular ar.d extra sizes, banner $1.50 values, at.'. ..$1.19 WOMEN'S FLEECE LINED UNION SUITS dire white and medium weight the best you ever saw at 41c GIRL MAKES CHARGES. associated press dispatch SAN J)SE, Jan. 24. Tom Saldini, of Gilroy, is in custody as a result of an accusation by Glady's Blyth, a 17 year old girl, that he with the aid of his parents have forcibly detained her at the Saldini home since last July in or der to force her to marry him. The girl escaped only a few days ago. Her mother, who resides at Morgan Hill, could get no trace of her all that time. The girl and the entire Saldini family were being interrogated this afternoon by Judge Gosbri in the Juvenile court. Popular Laces Today at Half Price A big lotvof them hundreds of yards, comprising Macraine, Ratine, Venice Point and Filet laces in edges, bands and allovers. See that you get your share of these laces. ( Anderson" Scotch Ginghams 17xAc The geniuine Imported article at a great sacrifice importer's cost the class of wash fabrics selling the world over at 25c per yard. Th-e patterns are all good. The only reason for this remarkable re duction is the fact that they have: moved' rather slowly thus far. ; S3 -hWi-i mum -SfTTT-il " - - " -'' - -- -!!-. --j 50c Brassieres 25c Another remarkable value-giving stunt embroidery trimmed Bras sieres, worth a()c, today, 25c. Best 65c Sheets 49c A Korrick special sheet of full double bed size, torn and ironed, now only 49c. ' 10c Outings 7V2c The best you ever saw at the price; 27-inch Outing Flannels in light and dark patterns, checks and stripes; at 7yzo per jard. 15c Zephy rs 11c 32-inch Zephyr Ginghams, some thing extra fimi in quality, beauti ful stripes and plaids in all colors; now 11c per yard Chambray Gingham 5c All solid colors, such as oxblood, pink, tan and gray; now. 5c per yard. Finest $1.00 Table Damask at 77c German and Irish goods, bleached and silver bleached, strictiy all linen, 72 inches wide, and a new line of new patterns to pick from 77c per yard. $3.00 and $3.25 Napkins to match at $2.59 per dozen. $2.00 AND $2.25 DINNER NAP KINS Pure Irish Linen, some of them hemmed, all good size and good quality, for Saturday only, dozen $1.77 $125 AND $1.35 NAPKINS Linen Napkins in dice patterns, a firm, strong quality at the remarkably low price of dozen..., 99c Best $1.75 Dinner Damask at $1.39 72-inch Double Satin Damask, snowy white, real Irish Linen Dam ask, in a large range of beautiful patterns, also plain white a quality that other stores ask $2.00 lor here $1.33 per yard. 25c Turkish Towels 19c Turkish Towels of superior merit heavy, firm and fluffy, all purp white only 19c each. 20c Guest Towels 14c Another great shopping induce ment satin striped Huck Towels, with space for monogram, at 14c. SUFFRAGE ON ITS WAY. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH CARSON, Jan. 24. Woman suffrage passed the assembly here today with but three dissenting votes. The meas ure will go to the state senate on Mon day and should pass, as it is generally expected to go before the people of Ne Best $1.25 Kid Gloves Now 95c The famous D. & P. Kid Gloves for ivomen at a remarkable discount every pair perfect, and all sizes, in black or white real $1.25 kinds now 95c per pair. riritqt Best 25c Children's Hose Now at 19c 'Bear" Brand Stockings these are for boys and girls who Hre'hard'on stockings no better black hose on the market today; sizes 5 to 9V2 to day 19c per pair. vada at the next general election. . li "' ' ' ' I Hi i i ---' test 'for' years." '