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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1911.
PAGE FIVE MADE MORE STRINGENT ST YLLE C LENS GRINDING Particular ATTENTION is invited toward this successful branch of our business. 4 - We wish to say for the benefit of those who are riot informed that we operate our own Optical Shop and are fully equipped to fill your oculist's prescriptions or match broken lenses accurately. We also wish to say, not boasting, but truthfully, that we oper ate the only plant in the state of Arizona where solid bifocals are ground and polished. 1' I 111 W.AWI l.lll I,' II I""..'.". .1 J . .1 llllgjMpiMy .J.. .' 1! We pride ourselves on our careful Eye examinations and eye glass fitting. Our prices haye not advanced through these hard times. PROMPT, ACCURATE SERVICE AT MODERATE PRICES DR. E. MUNSON Arizona's Leading Optician 118 W. Washington St. To prevent European spies from traveling under the guise of Ameri can citizens, stringent passport re gulations have been put in force by the department of state. Hereafter it will lie necessary for the person making application for a passport to appear in person before the clerk of the superior court and take oath as to his identity and cit izenship. He must also state the names of the countries which he in tends to visit and give briefly the object of his visit. The cost of se curing a passport will be doubled under the new arrangement, as the clerk is authorized to charge a fee of $1.00 for recording the application. Notice of the change in regulations was being sent out yesterday to in terested by Gov. Hunt. Fancy Japanese Kimonos, 25 per cent to 40 per cent discount, Nippon Bargain Store. Advertisement. tf YOUTHFUL PITCHER IS SHOWING ICR CLASS Harold Opdenhoff, Who Held New Staters to One Hit, May Make Good With Real Team in Spring One hit and one run off Harold Opdenhoff, the nineteen-year-old prodigy, is the showing made by the New States against the Outlaws Sunday, and marks the beginning of the rise of a twirler of real class, according to those who have seen him perform. Opdenhoff, who is not nearly ho b r.g as his name, came here from Granite City. Illinois, and is now cornected with the Western I'nion nt this place. He has not been playing ball very Industriously, but was just good enough to make the New Staters keep guessing Sunday, lie has the making of a fast league player. He is but nineteen years old. b i' has perfect control and is cool under the hat. His curve is strong and he has a puzzling slow drop. At the opening of next spring's baseball season, Opdenhoff will be given a chance to fit in with some of the numerous more or less speedy aggregations that will take the field f.'r the 1015 seftson. o A POPULAR VISITOR ANSWERS LAST CALL ENTERPRISE PROPERTY ! SOLD FOR A JUDGMENT! T MINING SUIT INEW OFFICIAL TERM BROUGHT TO AN END STARTS JANUARY 4 i R. A. George, the Note Holder Whsse ' Suit Resulted in the Judgment, j Acquires Certificate of Sale. j To Ralph A. George there went by sale for judgment, yesterday one of the richest mining properties in Mo have county, the claims, buildings and equipment of the Enterprijs Mining, Reduction and Improvement company, twenty miles out of Kins man. ..The claims were ordered sold to satisfy a judgment against the com pany, the result of a suit for recov ery of money lent on notes by Mr. George. United States Marshal Jo seph P. Dillon yesterday rendered the plaintiff-buyer a certificate of sale, which will act in place of a deed until a six months' period passe, during which time the com pany may redeem its pledges. The amount of the sale was some thing over $22, 000, the marshal's of fice getting a fee for the court, amounting to about $."i00. The property of the Enterprise company Includes fifteen gold min ing claims, some cottages, a power plant and reduction mill, which are Improvements listed on one of t'.ie claims. 25 per cent off on all Hirsh-Wiek-vvire and Fit-form suits selling at $20 to $30 at Hyder's Store De Luxe, Phoenix, Arizona. Advertisement. d Fancy Japanese Tea Sets, ?,?, per cent off. Nippon Bargain Store. -Advertisement. tf Action Against La Cobriza Compan ies Dismissed in Federal Court, After a long period of litigation in stituted by some Chicago stockhold ers of the La Cobriza Mining com panies of both Arizona and Mexico against the two companies and some of its officers the defendants won a victory in federal court at Tucson on Monday. The suit was instituted through Mrs. Chistine Semanek n Chicago. Charges of conspiracy. fiaud and the misapplication of funds were made in the complaint with the object of securing the ap pointment of a receiver. In the beginning the plaintiff was represented by llessrs. Kent and Sea lury of this city, though they retired from the case some time ago. All the plaintiffs were represented by Joseph K. Morrison. The federal court last May desig nated Kobcrt Mitchell, the gen-r.il manager, to take charge of the prop erty without bond with instructions to file monthly .'reports. Meanwhile the books were audited by an tx pert on the part of the plaintiff an 1 one representing the defendants. No irregularities of any character were discovered in the accounts of E. V. Sharp who had been the secretary of both companies from their institu tion. On this showing or rather, in the absence of any showing Attorney Morrison on Monday moved for the dismissal of the complaint at the cost of the plaintiffs and thevmotioi was granted. The r.a Cobriza mine, about 120 "Contrary to popular belief, the newly elected state officials will not take office on January 1," said Sec retary of State Sidney P. Osborne yesterday. "I'nder the provisions of the constitution their terms do not begin until the first Monday in the new year, which in this case will fall on January 4." Mitt Sims, treasurer-elect will be the only official whose new term of office will begin on that date, as Attorney-General-elect AViley Jones has already been appointed to fill ithe place made vacant by the resig nation of George Purdy Bullard. In all the other offices the present in cumbents will just tear a leaf of the calendar and keep on "incumbing." o This is your money-saving opportun ity to buy a suit at 25 per cent off, on all Hirsh-Wickvvire and Fit-form suits selling at $20 to $30. Hyder's Store De Luxe, Phoenix, Arizona. Advertise ment, d Thomas J. Lesher, who for some time past has been western repre sentative of the Norwich Nickle and Hrass company of Lansing, Mich., died at his residence, 200 East Vir ginia avenue at 8:45 Monday morn ing of heart failure following a short illness. Mr. Lesher came to this section last October to spend the winter here, and although a resident of this section but a short time he made a number of friends. At the meeting of the Ad club at Ingle side last month he was among those who delivered addresses that Sun- lay. When he was stricken with the final illness he wired to Los Ange les for his friend, M. A. Paley, who trrived on Saturday, and was with him' when he breathed his last. The remains were prepared for shipment by Moore and McLlellan and were sent to Los Angeles last night where they will be cremated. Mrs. Lesher ind baby, accompanieed by Mr. Paley, left also for the southern California metropolis, Deceased was a mem beer of the B. P. O. Elks and the K. of P. miles south of Nogales, was opened about eight years ago and under the management of Mr. Mitchell was I made a paying property. It has a j 100 ton smelter and until the de mand for copper was curtailed by the I European war, was turning out $18,- 000 worth of copper net per month. This is your money-saving opportun itv to boy a suit at 25 per cent off, on all Hirsh-Wickwire and Fit-form suits selling at $20 to $S0. Hyder's Store De Luxe. Phoenix, Arizona. Advertise ment. d We know Phoenix and her business men are sound. Tf you have an ac count at " THE VALLEY BANK WE WILL ACCEPT CHECKS on same for any merchandise in our store. C A VI LEER & COMPANY WALL PAPERS AND PAINTS 108 E. Adams Plione 1829 NOTES FROM LABOR WORLD Railroad employes in New' England are waging a vigorous organization campaign. Winnipeg printers are out after the international convention in 1016. r.nd their campaign has already Be gun. Chicago women have joined the International Broom and Whisk Makers' union and are fighting far better wages. Some of the girls were receiving as low as $3 per week. John Rader of Milwaukee has been chosen international secretary of the Brewery Workmen's union of Amer ica, to succeed Louis Kemper of Cincinnati. Carl Pearsons, accused of murder in the Illinois central railroad strike, has been acquitted. His self-defense plea was accepted by the jury and he is receiving many words of apprecia tion on his manly stand. The labor unions of England de clare their loyalty to the crown, de spite the recent declarations of the Germans that a national weakness existed in the strong unions of the country. It is expected that over a thousand delegates will attend the thirty fourth annual convention of the American federation, which convenes In Philadelphia on November 9 and will continue in session for two weeks. Sixty thousand will march in a parade. The scope of the government's em ployment bureaus for laborers and home seekers has been extended by the establishment throughout tie country of distributing aones with headquarters in eighteen cities. In formation on conditions and needs will be gathered and furnished to a'l interested. The low scale of wages and fre quent terms of unemployment are the reasons why only 5 per cent, of the Pacific coast seamen are married, says Paul Scharrenberg, secretary of the California State Federation, He suggested an organization of mi gratory labor. NEW YORK STORE Phoenix. Ariz It's High Time to Have More Blankets and Comfortables And now is the low price time to buy them. It is a mighty, comforting thing to be able to reach down to the foot of the bed and pull up a warm blanket or com fortable these cold nights. Buy at Korrick's, where you are sure of getting what you pay for where cotton is sold for cotton; where wool is sold for wool; where cotton mixed goods are never sold for all wool. Here are the comfortable, durable, good-looking sorts, at savings that thrifty folks won't want to miss. Large Nashua Woolnap Blankets $2 & $225 Almost as warm as all wool heavy Blankets in grey or tan, with pink or blue borders, silk ribbon bound; size GlxTG; extra special at J.Hi and sf'2.2o. BEACON WOOLNAP BLANKETS, in light and dark colors, with Gre cian borders, also plaids, size tHixSO, extra special, at $3.00 BEACON WOOLNAP BLAN KETS, may be used for spreads, silk bound, size 6xS0. at.. $4.50 EXTRA LARGE OREGON CITY WOOLEN MILLS BLANKETS, very heavy, in mottled, light grey and army drab, special at S(j FULL DOUBLE BED SIZE COT TON BLANKETS, in grey, tan white, with pink or blue borders, size '-!xmi. special, at $1.."0 OREGON CITY PLAID BLANK ETS, in grey, pink, blue, red arid black and white plaids, size OKxSO, very heavy, one of the best blan ket values you ever saw at... $3 OREGON CITY WOOL BLAN KETS, mottled, iex4 size, extra special at $3.50 FINE WHITE OREGON CITY WOOLEN MILLS BLANKETS, silk bound, pick or bl'ie borders, full double bed size, at... $5.00 OREGON CITY WOOLEN MILLS BLANKETS, in mottled and vi cuna, weight 4 lhsi., special, atgyj LARGE SIZE OREGON CITY WOOLEN MILLS BLANKETS, in grey, vicuna and .army drab, ex tra special, at... 1.50 and 5 Extra .Fine Oregon City Wool Blankets $4.50 Extra fine and extra large, all pure white and all pure wool Blanket Value you ever saw at $4.50. the rarest (Korrick's Daylight Basement) Full Size White Oregon City Wool Blankets $4.50 Extra large and extra fine all pure white and pure wool Blankets that should prove a mighty drawing card -at the extra special price of $4.50. SILKOLINE COVERED COM FORTS, in Persian designs, fine white cotton filling, good weight and big size, at $1.50 SILKOLINE COVERED COM FORTS, very soft and light weight, yet full of warmth, filled with fine white carded cotton, tufted a wonder value at $2 SILKOLINE COVERED COM FORTS, filled with good white cotton, nice patterns, at.. 1.25 EXTRA FINE SILKOLINE COV ERED COMFORTERS, in pretty designs and colorings, fancy stitched, solid color borders, light weight $3.50 (Korrick's Daylight Basement) SILKOLINE COVERED COM FORTERS, with plain satine bor der, filled with carded cotton, tuft ed, special -at $2.T EXTRA HEAVY SATEEN COV ERED COMFORTERS something high grade, full double bed size. t $4.25 Beacon Bath Robe Blankets Robe Flannel The distinctive designs and un usual 'colors of "Beacon" Robe Flannel make it especially desir able to women of taste and . ar tistic sense. . Light weight and warm, of san itary cotton that looks and feels like wool and that will wash any number of times without shrink ing or changing its color. Have a robe that you will be proud of. We have a wide selection of robe flannel designs at prices that will interest you. 40J Ier yard n ROBE C) In the unusual designs and color combinations you have been wishing for. You can make them up into the kind of bath robe you have always wanted, but have never been able, to get. Warm, a comfortable wearing weight, but not too heavy. Made of durable, sanitary cot ton, hygienieally perfect and un shrinkable. The colors are fixed and can't run or fade. Be particular about your loung ing robe and get the right ma terial in the design you like Ex tra special at $3.00. Full Line Carriage, Steamer and Auto Robes The products of the famous Oregon City Woolen Mills beautiful Plaids and Navajo designs, in an almost endless variety; dr p-fi jtj1 flf) every one strictly all wool and especially priced at.VCI.Cl UnU pO.UU (Korrick's Daylight Basement) Duckling Fleece 15c 50 pieces in the prettiest floral and border designs for bathrobes. Wrappers and Kimonos spe cial at 15e per yard. Outing at 12lAc Duckling Fleece and Teazledown the very best, in white, solid colors, stripes and checks a large variety at 12 l-2c per yard. 36-inch Eiderdown 50c All wool eiderdown in pink, blue and white, a quality seldom retailed at 50c per yard. Eiderdown at 29c Fancy Cotton F.iderdown, 27 inch, an extra heavy quality, in patterns appropriate for Kimonos and Bathrobes special at 29c per yard. (Korrick's Daylight Basement) Outing at 10c An extra heavy Outing Flannel in white, pink, sky and a hun dred different patterns, light or dark, exceptional values at loe per yard. Sweaters -Price 4 tables full, for children and women, all sizes in the aggrega tion, and all colors all wool ones at 1-2 price. ens Underwear 1 Aflf Many Tables Full of Mi 2 and Women's Unde Men's Shirts and Drawers In part Wool and all Wool, white or na tural broken lines of Glastenbury and Coopr Underwear. Women's Vests. Pants and Tights in Cotton, part Wool, all wool and Silk and Wool, represented by such famous products as Globe, Forest, Luzerne and Essex Mills in regular and outsizes. Details: $1.00 Undergarments at 5n J1'5 I'ndergarments at S8 $1.25 Undergarments at 63 $2.00 Undergarments at.. $1.00 $1.50 Undergarments at 75 $2.50 I'ndergarments at..gl.25 (Korrick's Main Floor) Full Line of Cotton Batting in all the different sizes, priced unusually low. 3-4 lb. bats at 15c. full lb. bats at 20c, 25c and 35c. Reddisode Bats, full double bed size, ' 72x9a, actual weight 3 lbs., at J1.00. Pure white Hygienic Lambs' Wool, 2 actual lbs., size 72xS4, at $1.50 and $2.00. (Daylight Basement)