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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, DECEM DER 1G, 1911
PAGE FIVE Good Glasses V A' 2 41 RELIEVE EYE-STRAIN AND IMPROVE IMPAIRED VISION We concentrate our efforts to ono purpose, making tlio host glasses that can ho made. This moans a painstaking and careful examination coupled with our complete facility to grind the most complicated lenses right on the premises. Urokon louses oxactlv matched regardless of who fit them. Dr. E. Munson Arizona's Loading Optician IIS W. Washington-St. (Continued From Page One) cutting off part,of the Austrians right wing, which retreated into Bosnia. ' Poland Business Good WARSAW. Deo. 15 In Poland. notwithstanding the proximity of the battle front, business is proceeding as in time of peace. Christinas crowds thronging the streets hear the sound of cannonading. ; The shops and cafes are gaily decorated arid there is a holiday spirit despite the gloom of war. Austrians Pursue Russians BERLIN', Dec. 15. An official bureau statement says: "It is officially reported from Vienna that the pursuit of the Rus sians in western Galicia is being con tinued and hus reached the plains of Allemhal and in the Carpathians, where the successful troops have ad vanced incessantly. "Yesterday more than 2000 Rus sians were captured. The Russians continue to retire in front of the German offensive and heavy fighting is expected near the San next. 1 a mobeI jpj fern nsv unfill REE FOR XMAS LATEST IN TEA GOWNS FROM NEW YORK ) y .. . Concentrating on Vistula PETRORGAD, Iee. Jo. An official statement says: "Large forces of the enemy are concentrating on the left bank of the Vistula. The presence of several new bodies of the enemy has ust been disclosed near Iiow. There has been fierce fighting between Lowicz and the Vistula and Bazura rivers. Both sides are alternatively on ' the defensive and offensive. Our troops have made progress. A marked weakening of the enemy before Cra cow is reported. dis- quit line Have Quie Nieuport PARIS, Dec. 15. An official patch says: "Belgian-Frenh troops have Nieuport and have occupied a from the outskirts to the farms of St. George. To the south of Vpres no made aji attack in the direction of Elein Zilleoeke and gained 500 yards. In Alsace we continue to hold the heights dominating Stein bach. At the rest of the front there is nt thing to report." Tell of Retreat VIENNA, Dec. 15. Official state ment: "our offensive in western Galicia has compelled the enemy to retreat and caused his front in South Poland to waver. Our troops, advancing in defatigably from the south, yester day reached Jaslo and Rabrot. In this advance of the last battle we took 31.000 Russian prisoners and today news is at hand that the enemy is retiring along the entire front of Rajoroi. Nioplowioe. W'olbrom. Xown. Radomako and Piotrkow. In the Carpathians measures were taken to meet the enemy's forces advancing "n Latorezatal." Dresden Leaves Punta Arenas SANTIAGO, Chile. Dec. 15 An of ficial communication from Punta Ar enas, says: "The German cruiser Dresden left on Sunday. The British cruiser Bris tol arrived there on Monday and left immediately." $8:00 WORTH OF MERCHANDISE With every Kitchen Range sold between now and January first, we will give you your choice of $8.00 worth of merchandise to be selected by you from our big stock. We have a splendid line of Jewel Stoves and Ranges. Bought in car lots, our prices are very reasonable. Economical with fuel and very good bakers, these Jewel ranges are most satisfactory. A fine line of all kinds of Ranges and Stoves. Buy Useful Gifts This Year 9 Why give some present that will be used up and forgotten in a week or two? Why not something from our store, where so many hundred useful and beautiful articles are shown?. Among the many lines that offer suggestions to the Christmas shopper are these: Andirons Fireplace Screens Percolators Silverware Casseroles Bicycles Razors Carving Sets Tools of all kinds Scissors and Shears Manicure Sets Pocket Knives Electric Irons Sporting Goods Aluminum Utensils VALLEY HARDWARE '& PLUMBING CO. Cor. Central and Monroe. Phone 599 Branch Store at Five Points Complete Stock. HEAVY STOCK DEALINGS Resumption Starts Selling Orders and Declines Are Soon Noted The model is of silver spangled chiffon over an underskirt of" pale blue silk. A large shawl of .oriental silk forms a wide panel over the back and part of the front. Loose chiffon sleeves with lace ruffles. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH J NEW YORK, Dec. 15. The out come of today's stock was awaited with interest because it signalled re sumption of dealings in the entire ist. Heavy selling orders appeared and -the advance soon gave place to declines, which grew with the pass ing of the hours. In the final hours these ran from two to more than five points in the active issues. More than half of the day's business was done in the first hour. The re mainder of the session was dull, and without a noteworthy feature, aside from a drooping tendency. Amalgamated Copper, 53: Ameri can Smelting, 58: pfd., 99 1-8; Atchi son, 3'i; St' Paul, 9014: New York fentral, S3: Pennsylvania, lOS'i; Reading. 148: Southern Pacific, 87; Union Pacific, 11" 3-4: pfd., 79. Sil ver, 49 3-4. MOTHER YOU ARE WONDERING WHAT WILL BE THE BEST XMAS GIFT FOR YOUR BOY. WE KNOW WHAT HE WOULD LIKE J A Membership to the Y. M. C. A. THE GIFT HAT LASTS UNTIL XMAS COMES AGAIN. . THIS GIFT WILL GIVE YOUR BOY WHOLESOME SPORT, PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DEVELOP MENT AND MORAL UPLIFT 365 DAYS ; IN THE YEAR CALL 1447, AND HAVE A SECRETARY COME AND SEE YOU UNRECORDED HEROISM (Ella A. Fanning in the New York Times.) I watch her as she dins her little fro':k. And sets the trim hat on her shape ly head. Jler boots and gloves aro girl must dress. Although her breakfast's tea and bread: peare. Milton, Molicre, Pascal, Heine, ' Ancient order of Hibernians: Captain are citizens of the world republic of Edward O. M. Condon, who took part intellect and culture. They might, in- In the Fenian uprising in 1867, and deed, surprise us by their utterances Mrs. William Power, daughter of were they to come back to earth and Redmond, wilL also present. join the war symposium; but as they ore silent, let us at least respect their sentiments and utterances as record- good a ed. Chicago Tribune. simpie Her big blue eyes are trustful. Ther is hope Within her sweet young face, in manner, word. Mie s not cast dow n bv rebuffs. ENDORSE REDMOND PLATFORM associated press dispatchI NEW YORK, Dec. 15 Resolutions endorsing the platform of John Red mond, leader of the Irish Nationalist failures or,I'art'. in nis attitude toward the re j cent home rule agitation in Ireland, LIFE TERMER PAROLED Give up so soon? be absurd! AVhy, that would J were adopted at the Metropolitan district convention of the Cnited Irish League of America tonight. The .She sighs of course, at times what meeting was presided over by Dr. T ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH LANSING, Dec. 15. Governor Fer ris ordered the parole of Michigan's most widely known prisoner. Lewis Oliver, a "lifer," sentenced to life for stealing a ham. It was Oliver's third conviction of burglary.' SELF DENIAL DAY. II73TMI llfUllrJI B girl would not. Remembering the care-free, happy da s. The pleasant office, all the hum of woi k. "While her deft fingers won her wage and praise? She was so joyful, helping toward the home. She, tho first-born, a widowed mother's pride! The younger children must be cloth ed, schooled, fed. (God only knew wnat she herself denied). Then came the war. Great ware houses were closed. All trade was paralysed, the Street grew still. No typists were required. Long we.?ks she vowed "I'll find some work today! I must! I will!" Her little savings melting fast away. What soldier needs more pity in the field Than she, frail girl, who, seeking work, meets foes Despair, temptation yet who will not yield? John G. Coyle, Stephen president of the league: McForland, Dennis J. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHl BALTIMORE. Dec. 15. Self denial day was observed by thousands of Bal timoreans who denied themselves lux uries, and in many cases necessities, to contribute to the community relief HnnJon, national president of the fund for the poor. TWO THROUGH ICE. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH TACOMA, Dec. 15. Trying to put a lantern over a hole in the ice to warn other skaters, Elmer Perry, aged 20, and Miss Doris Jordan, aged 17, were drowned when the ice gave way. o MORE FREEZING WEATHER. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH WASHINGTON, Dec. 15. Two more days of freezing weather are predicted in all parts of the 1'nitcd Slates except the Pacific Coast, and southern Klarida. ATLANTA HAS BAD FIRE. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHl ATLANTA, Ga.. Dec. 15. Fire in the heart of the business district caused damage, estimated at $100,0u0 to the Calisyea-Austell company, and auto mobile accessories. CITIZENS OF THE WORLD The Parisian Figaro claims to have discovered that Beethoven, the greatest glory of the Germans in music and art. was a Belgian. His great-grandpar ents are buried in Louvain, arid there are other alleged proofs. It would put Beethoven s-ymphonies on "all Belgian music programmes. Well, in one sense. Kant was a Brit on. His father was a Scotch saddler who settled in Koenigsburg and mar ried a German woman. The Britons modestly mention these facts, but do not actually annex Kant. There remains Goethe, who is not as yet claimed by any other people. But Goethe was an "Olympian," a cosmo. politan of the cosmopolitans, an ardent admirer of French culture nnd letters, and even an admirer of the English. He would not be apt to subscribe to the notions of the Treitschke school or to claim that Germany is superior In all things that go to make up modern civilization that in the present war she may be described as the defender of civilization against barbarism. The fact is, the great men of any nation are not, under normal condi tions, likely to be Chauvinists or to In dulge In bombastic twaddle about su periority and monopoly of "culture.' Why not agree to keep the great men of the past out of the present struggle. in which hypocrisy and cant, are too otten added to injury:' Kant, Beethoven, Goethe, Shakes ft " r jif 'trrf v I " - if GOING Hi ft! Mail: ill CI OUT OF BUSINESS It will pay you to come 'in and sec what we have to offer in the Jewelry line. If you are looking for choice Christmas Gifts and still want to save money, you'll come Here, Souvenir Spoons Cut-Glass Sterling Silver Knives Toilet Sets ' Sterling Silver Novelties Sterling Silver Pencils Lavallieres Beautiful designs, at prices paid by the jeweler ,tiinnii,,'',V'..V. itimnit'Mi" ; r,iliitfMifi"W Walter Hege "Open Evenings" 26 East Washington St.