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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY HORNING, JULY 10, 1913
PAGE FIVE FRISCO ONCE MORE TO KNOW A FAVORITE SON Sidney J. Wolf Leaves for Month Scenes of his Boyhood; Bears Much Counsel. The dream of Sidney J. Wolf is be ing solidified into stern reality. Hut the reality is not so stern after all. Sid is merely going back to Frisco, his old home town after an absence of three wars a time spent in the seryice of the business department of The Ari zona Republican. Along about Christ inas, Sid's business associates began, to note a peculiar tendency on the part i.f the cashier to refer to San Francisco as the ante room to paradise. It went along like that for a time, and ther suddenly the intelligence dawned that Wolf was nerving himself to take ;i vacation. The Republican business office is nothing if it is not a bunch of merry laos. Lots ot safetv valves there! So , ;s when it became a known fact thatjaii,,ut S. J. XV. would leave shortly for Frisco) Au , : t i.verj up a lung highly em- hh bossed list of ' I should worry's" for I him, the gist of which is mainly good j ;ol ke on how to conduct himself in' the large and wieked city. The bearer; of the initials that appear on Repuhli- j an checi'ies left last night for his be- i lo erl iity l)-y the bay. to be gone at' least a month, his time to be divided! -Ve!; d . i Mi END OF STRIKE (Continued from Page One) criminate for or against union or non union men. See Sherman and have him wire me direct and if he will agree to the terms herein, setting forth terms in full. If so the boys will return to work at once. (Signed) A. W. COLE. From the messages that have since passed between the parties, it is un derstood that Air. Sherman has agreed to everything except the reinstate ment of Ward, and that he is will ing to arbitrate the propositions. As far as the Ward case is concerned, he will have nothing whatever to do with it. Yesterday there were conferences at I. os Angeles, in which Mr. Slier man. Commissioner Jones, Attorney halmers of the street car and S. H. Mitchell, the ivpi esentati e of the man oi the system, took part, and Chalmers will return to on Tuesday morning, and it ted that the strike will be ver by that time, riv as Friday evening. Com missioner Cole at this end began get ting in touch with, the street car men in the interest of a settlement, and as a result was able to transmit to the management of the street car company direct, oyer the head of S. H. Mitchell, a definite statement based upon what the men thought to be a fair settlement. This statement co- i L. H . C ! company I Phoenix agement M itchell Phoenix delivered made by that he manager. interference Mr. Li man - of finance, when quit the railroad between enjoying himself and j inchlenth bit of good work for his paper. as laid Commi: dlouecl down in a si oner June: nearly the lines mtii u nicat ion from to Commissioner Mire a little : iMitan office, ore customers silesman at The Re A Want Ad will set than you can. I ( Vile c Y( on Frh iiitained sterday. ay afternoon, except that the Ward matter also. Commissioner Cole had a number of conferences SCHUSTERS served at our fountain. An elegant malt and hop food. Adams Phcy. In Hotel Adams on the matter land announced last night that there was only one possible hitch now in ' his mind and that is the Ward mat j ter. If a waiver of this can be ob I tained from the striking carmen. Cole is ready to proceed with settling the strike. It may be possible that no arbitration will be necessary, and that the men can return to work upon a ! signed agreement between them and j the car company. I 1 luring the attempted negotiations ! heretofore, the local representative of I the street car company has all along ! stated that he would treat with the ; men individually, but the men, citing instances of matters that had been , up before when individuals had at- i tempted to treat with the local man ' agement. refused to do this, and there the matter stopped. However, Air. Sherman early announcer! that he i was willing to treat with the men j either individually or collectively, and I to employ union and non-union men without regard to previous affiliation ;and without discrimination. This im mediately put the men at their ease ami the conferences that have been 'had since between Cole and the men have been of the opencst nature pos sible. : Tomorrow is likely to show addi ' tional developments towards a settle : merit, as the .Merchants and Manu facturers' association mediatory com mittee meets again. and Tuesday Mitchell and Chalmers will be back and possibly Commissioner Jones also, and a close of the inconvenience that has heretofore existed for more than two weeks to the general public will be brought to a satisfactory end. o TRCJBLE WITH MEXICAN RYS. Bitter Feeling Because Americans Hold the Best Jobs. .MEXICO CITY, July 12. The false report that a receiver for the Na t.onal Railways of Mexico had been appointed have been disposed of, the future of this great system is being considered. The belief is growing here that K. X. Brown will consent to remain president of the railway, and this will mean the sweeping away oi many government requirements in lailroad administration which proved irksome and acted as a handicap to the executive department of the road However, the government has not yet its replv to the -demands Mr. P.rown as a condition inrl A. Clark, the general remain in their positions. The first governmental came in the days when tour was minister American engineers as a result of an order made at Mr. Limantour's instance that they must stand examination in the Spanish language and that orders ami reports must tie written in Spanish. At the same time an order went into effect that in promotions have preference over equal ability. This was followed by other order-" from time to time which made the retention of foreigners more difficult, ami, excepting superintendents and higher officials, the engine drivers Mnl department employes practically were all .Mexicans. It is understood on the highest au thority that if Mr. Hrown consents to h main it will be with absolute au thority to conduct the railroad along his own ideas. Ever since the railroad came under the control of the gov ernment through a merger it has been a sore spot with Mexicans that Amer icans held the best paying positions, and constant pressure has been brought to bear on the government, through the press and otherwise, to give these positions to Mexicans. The final blow was an order issued a few days ago for the return to their positions ot three hundred employes who were removed in order to cut down expenses. The order came from the minister of communications, Da vid de la Fuente. Under the arrange ment the other employes agreed to accept a 5 per cent reduction in sal aries and tile government agreed to make up the deficiency. When tiie men appeared at the rail road offices they were told they could not go to work. In the meantime Mr. Brown presented his resignation. Official figures show that the road's decrease in gross earnings for the first three weeks in June, compared with the same period in 1!U2, ex ceeds 4". per cent. LOBBY QUIZZES ("Continued from Page One) Mexicans must foreigners if of Hire a little Salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. Herrick Refrigerators .Made of materials of the highest grade, eomhinod with the hest of eahinet work, and insulated throughout with mineral wool, are ice savers and money savers. For the next ten days we offer our entire line of high grade refrigerators at a liberal discount from our regular prices. Garden Hose We are showing the most complete line of high-grade hose in the city. All fresh, new goods and every piece is priced right. Ice Cream Freezers In the WHITE MOUNTAIN we offer the most satisfactory line on "the market today, a line that has maintained its posi tion in the front rank of the better makes of Ice Cream Freez ers for years. Quick Meal Gasoline Ranges These are, without a doubt, the safest and most economical ranges on the market today. You could not explode a QUICK MEAL, oven if vou tried. 7 Talbot & Hubbard, Inc "At the Sign of the Don" tions therefore will be in full running order on Monday or Tuesday. The senate committee today secured the identification of nearly 200 addi tional letters and documents furnished by Mulhall bearing on his activities as a representative of the national asso ciation of manufacturers in 1904 and 1905 and on the political fights in Maryland and New Jersey and the un ion labor fights in Philadelphia. His activity as a strike suppressor in Phila delphia in 1900 gave the committee oc casion for most of its questions. He admitted he employed officers or mem bers of the labor unions to secure in side information of their doings and spent money freely to break up the printers strike in Philadelphia and had in carious ways tried to control labor union affairs. Many of the letters told in detail of the fight made against former Senator MeComas of Maryland because of his advocacy of s hour legislation and against William Hughes, then repre sentative and now- senator from New Jersey because of his activity in sup port of labor measures. In all of his work Mulhall said he represented the national association of manufacturers. James A. Kmery, counsel of the as sociation made a formal request upon the committee to have it give Robert McCarter of Xew Jersey the right to appear as counsel for the manufactur- ers body. Jackson H. Ralston of Wash- 1 ington also requested permission to ap pear as counsel for the American fed eration of labor. The senate committee did not decide today as to whether any attorneys will be permitted to take part. Subpoenas for Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I.. Springer of Baltimore parents, Mrs. Martin M. Mulhall were issued by the house committee. o BULGARIANS CHARGED (Continued from Page One) of her victory over Turks J.nt ixiii- bly may have to submit to diminution of her own territory for 1inim:ini:i i credited with the intention of annex ing a larger strip than she at first proclaimed while Turkey was joining hands with Servia and Oreece and already had ordered her troops to ad vance. Heyond briefly ehronielinir the unopposed advance of the Rouman ians, Sofia maintains a significant silence regarding the operations of the Servians and Greeks. Turks Again Active. Constantinople, July 12. Turkish troops at Tchalalja and P.ulair re- ceir-o orders to march lor the re-ci-ctipation of Ottoman territory now held by the I hi lgaria ns. Pieparation is being hastily marie fr.r the ad vance toward the Krgeni line. "The liularian delegate, M. Xaeho vitch tonight expressed r. gret at the failure of his mission which was hoped would result in a Turco-Hul-garian alliance while the mission of the Servian delegate, M. Pavlovieh, proved successful. It i.s sairl an agreement between Turkey and Servia will be signer! to morrow. According to Turkish ac counts this agreement insures to Turkey the recovery of a large part of Tehrace. Negotiations for an un derstanding betwf-on Turkev and e been proceeding for some it is believe1 with good of a satisfactory eonclu- Greece hav time and prospects Sinn. It was announced in official circles that Roiimania proposes to annex the quadrilateral formed by Silistria, Rustchuk, Shumla and Varna. o WILSON'S VACATION ENDS CORNISH, July 12. President Wil son practically ended his vacation to day. He will h ave at 2 : ."2 o'clock tomorrow for Washington arriving there early on Monday. The presi dent thoroughly enjoyed the visit though adhering strictly to a simple program of golf in the morning over th- Hanover. N. II., links twenty five miles away anil a long automo bile ride averaging sixty miles in the afternoon. In all the president motored about 6" miles and had a taste of what dust anrl six weeks drought will pro duce. Speaking of the dust he en countered while riding today he re marked to a friend, "I came to New Hampshire to see the country, not to swallow it." The president was coat less and fond of his summer home but just how soon he will be able to get back is difficult to predict. It depends on the adjournment of the present ses sion of congress which the democrat learlers have- conceded will not be be fore some time in September. o BANKER HUTTIG DIES. ASSOCIATED PKE83 DISPATCHl NKW YORK, July 12. Charles Henry Huttig, president of the Amer ican Hankers' Association anrl of the Third National Hank of St. Louis, died today at his summer home in the Adirondacks, according to word received tonight by Frederick K. Farnsworth, secretary of the association. NO CAUSE TO WORRY. When the young husband reached home from the office he found his wife in tears. "Oh. John." she sobbed on his shoulder, 'T had baked a lovely cake and put it out on the back porch for the frosting to dry and the dog ate it." "Well, ilon't cry about it, sweet heart." he consoled, patting the pretty flushed cheek. "I know a man who will give us another dog." New York Globe. o LOAD FOR LOAD. "Brown says he drinks because It drives away his troubles." "He exchanges one load for another, So to speak." Boston Transcript. Kornck's, Phoenh, Arizona Suits, Coats and Dresses at Half It is one of the fundamental principles of this business not to carry goods over from one season to another. This season in particular this principle is receiving more forceful attention than ever, as next spring we expect to occupy our new building the greater Korrick's and the removal of any 1913 ap parel will not be countenanced by the management of this store. Just look at the character, the style, the quality of the suits, dresses and coats which this sale offers now, with four months' wear yet before you, at one half off and less. Phoenix's mercantile history does not record a greater saving proposition than this: but you must decide quickly you gain nothing from a waiting policy come tomorrow make the most of it come! 1 TJ, for everv Suit in the house 1 TD' for all our Dresses from up. Price for every Coat in the house. A Lot Of 25 Silk Dresses of Channelise, Crepe Meteor and striped Mossaline, sold rTLT up to 22.7)0, Monday tf)le) A Lot Of 25 Tailored Suits Models which were for merly sold np to -", Mondav for $9.95 Kimonos for 25c Short Kimonos made of nice Lawn in different patterns, just the ticket for the house these hot days. -3 OFF entire line of Ratine Skirls Kimonos for 35c Long L,avn Kimonos in at tractive floral designs, scallnpad fr"nt and neck only 3rc. 5000 Yards Wash Goods Monday 1 7c A sensationally low price for such popular fabrics as Ratine, Voile and Crepe, representing values up to )C. Fancy Wash Goods Monday at 13xAc 2.".('ii yards in this collection. Tub fabrics that represent up to 2Zc values the Wash Goods opportunity of the season fir) different pat terns to choose from, tomorrow at l.';'-c per yard.. 81x99 Sheets Monday 71c Our very best 90c Sheet, linen finished, a heavy sheet that is torn anrl ironed, seamless Montiay 71c. 30c to 40c White Goods Monday 19c This involves our entire line of 30c anrl 40o fancy Crepes, crossbar anrl sheer Novelties a large table full to choose from at 19c per yard. Standard Quality Apron Ginghams Monday 6c Real Indigo Ginghams, which means an extra good quality, a splen did line at the special price of t!e per yard. Scalloped Cases 19c ., 2."e Pillow Cases of extra fine qual ity cotton. both sizes scalloped Monday at 19c. Waist Aprons 25c Aprons with prickets, made of go'i quality Percale in many different pat terns, Monday only 2.1c Chambray Gingham 6 V2c regular lac goods ir1 every wanted solirl color, Monday at G'.c per yard. 20c Vests 14c Women's extra fine Swiss Lisle Vests that have neck anrl arniiioles finisher! with haul crochet beadirg through which is run .ilk tape a marvel of beauty at 14e. Irresistible Are These Tub Skirts at $2.75 They just came in yesterday distinctly new styles Tub Skirts made of Cot ton Corduroy or Ramie Linen in white and natural gathered and belted back models trimmed in Pearl and Aluminum JJuttons as an extra special Mon day, .2.7"). ia 1 I. i. .I-, $15.00 to $20.00 Hats for Monday at $3.49 Gloves 49c lfi-button length Chnmoisftte Gloves in white, biscuit anrl chamois, as an extra special Monday at 4'.c. Children's Hose 15c Kxtra fine black ribbed Tose for misses and children, se;tmless, mer cerized Stockings i(h spli.-ed 1 eels, well worth tl.lc Monday 1.1c pair. Handkerchiefs 4c Women's crossbar Handkerchiefs that are exceptional 7"vi-e values, hemstitched, Monday at 4c. $1.00 Night Goivns Women's Nainsook Night Gown.T that are genuine $1.10 beauties slipover styles, 20 different kinds, pro fusely trimmed in Lace anrl Needle work Monday One dollar. Our last say in this Millinery matter over 50 in the lot and some of them displayed in one of our Show Windows every one possessing an air of style and individuality typical of Korrick's Millinery. Silk Plaited Hose 3 for $1.00 "Onyx" Hosiery of recognized goodness, silk plated Boot Stockings for women in black or white, as an extra special 3 pairs for $Ln0. Gauze Lisle Hose 3 for $1.00 Genuine imported Stockings. Hermsdorf black dye, have double Heel anrl Toe, for Monday 3 pairs for $1.0. $1.50 Royal Worcester Corsets Monday 95c Advance styles of Fall 1913 .Models, made nf finest Batiste. Km hroidery Top, Front and Side Hose Supporters, Monday at I'.lc "Hope" Muslin Monday at 9c Per Yard X OFF ENTIRE STOCK OF Laces Krlgings. Bands anrl 'Al lovers in every style nothing excepted. '3 OFF ON ALL OUR Crochet Baas y2 PRICE FOR ALL OUR Neckivear including every style women J wa nt.