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THE I50STOX STORE THE HOME OF .Y A LUES MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE THE A77TZOXA REPUBLICAN, "WEDNESDAY, MOIJNIXC,, JULY- 21, 1915. lEmnlbroIdleirles 27. 3ii. 4,i-IXni WIDTHS ','" YAKI'S of 21. Jiil-inch flouncings in Swiss. cambric ;nd voiles. it9f r Values up M Iisc yard (G r" VACHS of dainty, fine 3C ami -la-inch tlouncings. actually worth i!p to l.".i yard r,iM. Y.M'.FS l.eiutiuil rice cloth. mi U iii.ly and voile floinu'ings. Values to $2 mi yard 7r.il YAKI'S of the season's finest or gandy, crepes and rice cloth flouncing. actual values to $:;.ini, yard 4-Sc cr'iK, .$1.19 SACRIFICING of the Season's Newest and Best Goods. A Oeraonitie CJean-iuiiD of all Summer StoclcSo Nothing of Somnmnier Ma.teirlails . or Apparel shall Remmano on our SlhelveSo The Order has IBeen Given: "Sacrifice, Slaughter; in any Event do not Let Cost Stand an the Way of a Quick Disposal of Som inner Stoclks." Tlhe Folio wing Few Wall Sbiow Mow this Clearsumce Will Be Done. Tihoosaods of Bargaims Nat Listed Here. Domestics ACTC.M.I.Y I.KSS T!I.. VI i i iLI -:s. I.! : 2001) YAUliS unbleached 1.. I,. Muslin, a special, quality. ga I,iniil jariis o Mffl "1 ".DO YARDS standard fa.st. colored apron gingham, assm-teii checks, 20 yard liitiil 53S .".01) YAIiliS shirting, chciot, soft fini-li. Mail carriers' blue color. A U'ie quality, yard (OG l'Hui Y.MMiS extra fine long ci.,i!i, n'--lial finish, a r,.- grade. 12 YARDS FOR .2H Dress Ooods-SiIks i.i. :r. M AND gaudier- voi -tylcs an.l c V.K 4". AN1 :. .f r:iv..y. color. votir choice. i.r yard M-IXCII KICK iTIIS Printed ty co..n:u;s. Ni FAPRICS. including rice cloths, or and crepes, all the season's newest s. Your choice, yard 1S KAP.KICS -The daintiest and finest s and designs. All during this sale. 2.10 in a variety of dain- the width. A 2:.o vahie. yard 12Vs T.'.c Sll-K l'!:i:rl-' -In ..ll tin- swisnll's beautiful shades, in. hes wide, rie-h and lustrous, yard . . . H fl.cn KliloXu SILKS Kvuy wanted design or color ing. Moth liht and dark. Kxcei'dingly handsome. A value 5J)C Jl...') IIKI K IiK I'HKXKS- A positive value. ' int lies wide, all ieet and ceninK shades. Extra yard MATIIIM; STIT M"ll.ll:s- In ll.uk. navy. Kreen. car. ill. a! and liown. colors fast. The hathirm suits, i ifien sol, at special. use ideal cloth for yard special. . Hi)c y j A Sacriiicini; of Values Any Women's or Misses', This Season Firne Re-anllef-s ol' I'ri.-e, Cost, Style, Make or Material Absolutely yours a1 '-.-! 'R H 'I-- (g( Roosin Kimoimo Special Itpautifiil empire style, all silk kitr.or.o. dark of our $7.f,0 extra value garments rich and handsome choice and li-lt effects. me Discoomit On all our fine Crepe lie Cheney Satins. Jap Silk Silk Kimonos now in stock. Every xaini.-iit one , choice at itXK-KurUTII ol-T. Crepe or Fancy if heaiity. Your Big Dress Special In all possihly 100 garments in French Crepes, fin." rice riot lis, dainty oiKindies and .slieer voiles dresses that are the acme of stjle and heauty, cmhraciriK many novel anil swell creations. Ac tually worth up to $7.!io. Every size in Llie assortment. Note this valje your unrestri' ted choit e Gaue Uoderwear VESTS AT hlo.-flied and now l-'ull taped neck and fleeves, full dors. They would he cheap at l'ic- 7- VESTS AT -Almost like finding them. All sizes to 41. I-'ine Swiss pauze w.-iisnt, a No ': mi'y cuts. Spe cial 2Hi- v.'.l.:es, each 12' VESTS AT l!i, Sheerest weisht and finest Swiss and mercerized, all sizes to L' "' and values, each UXIoN SI'ITS AT 2:,- Special summer weight, loose and tiht knees, all sizes, a superior value. per suit 27iC FXIO.V SCITS AT :i!ie a value of values. l-'ull I, lea, -hed, lace trimmed, in both tif,'ht and loose knees. sir.a up to :. Kt.ra special, per suit 30 KCMEOKT MESH SCITS -A fine open weave mesh suit, trimmed in pretty lace, sizes up to '.). A s; it well worth T.'.c of anyhody's money. Extra special JJJt M- 'ST Waists MlM.r.TE ASSORTMENT IX CITY THE WAISTS AT A splendid stle lintel in waists. i..rth selection of sizes. A wonderful hoi.e Itl.AZKli STIMF'i: WAISTS k c ass. rt ment up to $1.2 f Rood KM 1.1 value ruc me of the latest creations, made of wide stripe wash silk, ordi narily seliin at il. 49 your choice, each . . . . WAISTS AT J1.4A The greatest collection of class, stylish waists in fine silk stripe voiles, appli-pie voiVs and sheer organdies. A'aists worth up to ;'..",!) and tl'.T.".. all sizes i-"- SI. 19 WAISTS AT J1.:S Extreme value and style in 'very arir.ent. Iiiiaty wai:ts of all silk crepe de i :;ine. can,l .siriye, teh silks, embroidered voiles an hand eml.roid.red chiffons waists that ri-ri.-.-t tie- highest stvles. Worth up ot "0 rlh,.i.-e S1.?S MIl'PY WAISTS T.ic Made of alateas. drills, linens and blazer stripes:. Sizes lo to 1; years extra special 7i)C ItiioMIXC HdCSE SI'i:'"IAI Krade shcetintr. deep liems, extra special ST AX I AUI1 SH KETS Made seamless sheeting, deep hems, M:m size, extra value, each Bed Lioeos CoT SHEETS Full 54x'.iO, deep hems, bleached, seamless each ZiTO Made of uo.od full T.'x'.ui sheets, eye of full standard torn and hcmreeil. GOc 1'II.I.OW CASI'.S I.inen finish in either 42 or 4.". ini-h size, deep hem extra special value lie EXTRA OCAI.1TY CASES Made ,r sieeial ual ity pillo.v casinK. 42 or 4" inch size, each 12 '-' FEATHER I "II. LOWS Filled with select sani tary feathers, fancy ticking covers. A 7".c value -'ah :; CUT SIRilAIiS White, pl-iin h-mmed, of .....1 iijality extra special, each 7f) W HITE I EI -SHKEA1 S Kxtrl T ill sire. in either plain hemmed, frinned or cut corners, the best 2 :,u values on the market, full double bed size your choice Sl.Sfi ofcioinis Sonomor Kress Fastener:', all sizes, per doz Tooth I'.rushes, white bristles 2.1c Value Hair Ilrushes r.Oc Value Ktiitted Shopping HaKs... Tooth I'mvder. l.".c size, each 1 Fox Assorted Ilair Fins r.c Fox Assorted Hair I'ins loc Quality Kid Curlers r.c Quality Xickle Safety Fins 2 2.",e Fox Hone Hair Fins Aunt Eydia's I.inen Finish Thread... 2.".c Quality Shell Hack Combs 2-".c Quality Shell Harretles R'.man T;i.-jiii Fowler. 1 r.c size 2",c Size Colt-iies Iientnl Cream.... 2."c Size t 'oiu iti''s Cold Cream 10c Card Fine Feari IS.ittons r.c Card Cood Pearl Ruttons ic 12o 13 ID? -3r 3r Tic 1 2o li)C lie irc irc i)C 1UC 11C r,c lc A Genuioe Bostoo Store Special (&$30 Suits 12o50 Soits tlhat are of tihe Ihiglbest class tailor ing, cot ira tlhe very latest models, io f ioe Serges, Tweeds, Cassimeres and Worst eds io all tlhe leading shades of Tans, Browns, Greys, Olives and Fancies Val ees actoally worth op to $30000. For a hint of these valoes see display in wmiw Childirera's Hose A full last llaek, seamless, fine rilled luise, in all sizes ironi t to .No seeoii'ts, i-m l irs!-'la.s nier- 1 1 A 14.11 1 eliandise. A jmhi aiue ler jiaiv . . 7Kc 1 & m ' s a vV DaihondBm. PhoenlK'lnjonal2qr2i9 east MtyQffi ft( iH- 'maker Mand" Collars One of the latest creations insunmierneelrwear. Made of the finest and sheerest of organdies. Sew j eral stvles to select from. Your choice JL 0)0 WIVES BEWARE! TROUBLE AHEAD Picnic of Held list Widowers Years is Thur.-diy - Take Than Injunction to Scheduled Summer in Many for Afore Fair. Let those days have jiassed, al though the widowers still remain. In any case the day is to he revived .-mil the j.ii nic v.ill he the most sensational event of the summer, with the j.os sil.Ie excep lion of the advent of 'the death defy ins Whittakers." At first it was intended to have the widowers tiring and prepare their owij food, hut a lot of them, notal.ly Ir. Nichols, W. S. Cohlsworthy, Henry fli.orRp and Jay Alkire. halked :it that idea and insisted that the feed con sist of Fomethinr which could he eaten. So the committee has arranged to have the eats provided t.y sornehody that knows how to cook anil all those in tending to he present are required to J. hone I'M F and state that they will he on hand hy T:?.0 Thursday That is the time of the eat fest. The picnic will lie held at Riverside park and the committee says that "the lid is off for the occasion. A nota hle program of amusements has heen prepared for the occasion and one of the thrilling events will he a perpetra tion of Will Corpstein's famous 'chair dive" from the forty-four foot diving i , . . ,.. , , x-:..v,..i.. T i, hed led lake i.l . ,-e the notorious pia.iiorm n n. .. ..o.. . .. .mn . (liH'tnr states mai il was ne , tauirht orpstein a: I he Knows anil inai VALLEY STEERS MAKE FAST TIME 10 K. C. Stop Are you a Summer Widower? If j so you had better pot in touch with A. 1.. .Moore. W el.l. Oriffcn. I oe I Nichols, Archibald Oatter or some; otiier notable member of the clan and find out what is p-oinjr to happen to you on Thursday. That has been set aside as "Summer Widower's I Jay," .-Mid if half the tidings that have been county jail is liable to prove to acoomrooda te all of Jeff Adams' Buests. All of vhich is a somewhat loundahout way of saying that a very large time is anticipated. Just why tney are reviving Widow ers' day this year nobody seems to know, unless it is because there is nn unusually large crow Just now. Time was when the Summer Widower's pic nic v as a bigger event than the State Word was received yesterday by General Agent Goldsworthy of the Santa Fe of the arrival at Kansas J Citv of the train load of fat Salt j Hiver Valley cattle that left here i last week. The train pulled into the j Kansas t'ity yards at four o'clock! .flonday afternoon, the running time i being a trifle over seventy hours. ' Advices received yesterday stated that the cattle arrived in fine con dition, and that the drovers were well pleased with the way the entire . shipment was handled. Although no j report of prices has yet heen received I it is understood that the market was fair, and on account of the small shrinkage, the returns were most sat isfactory. "Speaking of shrinkage," said Agent Oioldsworthy yesterday, "the stock men of this valley are to he con- ZAPATA RECAPTURES (Continued from Page One) i he will demonstrate how this particu lar dive should really he done. AI Moore is said to he particularly in terested in this stunt and friends are requested to M-nd flowers. The Summer Widower's picnic will be an event such as has not taken place in many years. All the be reaved ones are requested to get in line for the good time and notify either I the members of the committee of cater fummins to that effect not later than noon on Thursday. it was he who ; crat ulated upon the splendid way they handle their stock. Careful EverybSdy's Drinking It Pure, Delightful In vigorating. Brimful of Goodness. BOYCE & CREECH, Wholesale Distributors 25 R. Central Ave, Phone 3b48 (ORIGINAL GENUINE planning of feeding, the right kind of feed and the time to water have heen all thought out. and are of ma terial assistance to the railroad com pany In the handling of shipments in the most efficient manner." RANCHER HELD FOR RANSOM DEAF MUTES DANCE at Music It Hard Psychologically Ea!l associated press dispatch! SAN FRANCISCO. July 20. Deaf mutes danced tonight at a hall given those attending the National Associa tion of. the Deaf, in convention here. While the dancers could not hear the dance-airs, they responded to the rhythm of the notes as accurately as) a violinists's hows followed the heat of the leader's baton. Although the deaf could not hear the music as a normal person hears, they heard "psychologi cally" it was explained. Some "heard'' the music by the vibrations that trav eled through the floor: others "heard" It in an added, undefined sense that was a combination of keen sight and air vibrations. - - rAssooiATrn prkbs niqpATCttl IDAHO FAI.T.S, Idaho. July 20. Earnest F.mpey, aged thirty-five, P wealthy rancher Is being held hy a lone bandit for $!.000 ransom. Directions for the delivery of the money were brought to the ranch by Kmpey's son, aged eleven and a neighbor hoy. It provided that the ransom shall be de livered on a lonely road in the moi'- tains nn the night of July 21, under rain nf death. I From the hoys' description, officials believe the bandit is Hugh Whitney, a fugitive thought to he hiding in the mountains In er.itern Idaho or western Wyoming. tion of the city is complete. The Za -pa!:stas oci'Utiied the city the afternor.n of Sund;:y and on Monday appointed some authorities. They are, therefore, again in full power. However, il is stated "their actions in- I dicate their desire to maintain order, j President Chazaro of the conventionist government has not yet returned. "The department has received from one of the towns on the Mexican bor der a report stating the last reports from Villi were received from the fly ing column and was that it had taken Queretaro. His inst ructions were to give full protection to foreigners and their interests." At a cabinet meeting the uncertain Mexican situation was briefly dis cussed. Some move on the part of the Fnited States in pursuance to Wilson's message to the Mexican factions two months ago urging peace is expected in the near future. The American const:! I general Shanklin, who is now j Cruz, is returning to Washington and I is expected to give the administration I considerable light on the status of af I fairs in the republic when he returns ! next week. Confirmation was received of the capture of Naco hy Carranza troops yesterday. The attack on Naco, Vil la's agents claimed, was a violation of the border agreement negotiated at the instance of Major General Hugh Scott, thief of staff of the Fnited States. War department officials indicated, however, so long as no one on the American side of the boundary was Injured, the agreement was not vio lated. I-ate reports indicate Maytorena Is massing forces at Nogales to meet T.ie attack of Calles. WABASH SALE TOMORROW ST. LOUIS, Mo., July 20. The Wa bash railroad, now in the hands of re- MOHAVE COUNTY HAS A TELEPHONE SCRAP PARTICIPANTS IN WAR Members snd Clerks of London Stock Exchange in the ground that one telephone sjsiem is sufficient to supply the needs of Mohave county in that line t for some time to come, the Arizona, California and Nevada telephone cotn- pan of Kingman yesterday filed formal complaint with the corporation commission against Dan Angius and the Northern Telephone companyl. Tiic complainant company states that it t.wns exchanges at Kingman, Oatman, Chloride and Needles, Cal., and that it is operating 300 miles 'of lines under a franchise granted by the board eif supervisors and the permission f,f the col poration com mission. Angius, the complaint states last month made application for a ! franchise, but without waiting for ' any action to be- taken by the board of supervisors, has commenced the ! construction of a line The Arizona, California anel Nevada company asks for a hearing in tin matter, an.l that Angius, who is one I of the promoters of the Northern company, be preventeel from con structing a line in Mohave county. I ASBOe;IATEl PRKSS DISPATCH! I,nIii ix, July -0. A khaki-clad olume has just been issued by the otidon Slock Kxchange showing the- ALL ABOARD FOR THE Y. W. C. A. 'lumber of members and clerks on tive or auxiliary war service for ac the : government. j The- totals are approximiately as fol-l lows: Members on active service, IKJS; i miseellaneous service, 74. Clerks on ' active service, 112.".; miscellaneous ser vice, 27: I The total number of members and clerks at the end of the last l'inani'ial year was Humi. About a third of these are now engaged in war service. o- . RUSSIAN GOLD t ASSOCIATED PRESS PIBPATCHl PF.TUOiHt A D, July 20 The output i of gold, accoriling to reports from the 'government melting laboratories', j howed an increase of 7. A per cent du-r at Oatman. ! lnK tno vpar 1H, not withsanding the I war. t he ligures are !t4,s:!4 pounds for 1914. as against S7.00.1 for 1M1.1. A vaation trip without leaving Phoenix. It is not only in.ssil.1.- but practical, le. The V. W. i '. A. special will start from the V. W. '. A. grounds Friday evening July 2!. i-nrotite for San Frane'isco and will return l.y eleven p. m. that same evcnin;r. Ton cents for the round trip. No extra luggage necessary. Lots of fun promised on the journ. y. You'll see them all all the funny characters usually aboard an excursion tour. The einly accident policies however, will be those whose holders e'.'in prove acci dents were caused by explosions ol" miilh. The public is invited to join this ex cursion. Reserva lions should be m i lc j at an early date that the management : may arrange for a sufficient number of i coaches. More than one section will he run if necessary. P.cmeml'er the i date, July 29. -o- TEN THOOSAND ADDED TO U. S. "CONSCIENCE FOND" WILL INVESTIGATE CONDUCT OF FOES TAfifforTATKn pwrwn nispTCTT1 PKTROORAD, July 20. The Council of Empire has appropriated $30,000 for an extraordinary inquiry into "the breaking eif accepted rules of warfare bv Cermans and Austrians in the field" ceivers appointed hy the federal district court, will lie sedd tomorrow "at fore closure. The postponement .of the sale which was to have taken place on July S, was made in older that the reorgani zation might be completed. It is said that the reorganization interests will submit the einly bid feir the property, and the figurri-? will be arounel $20,000, 000. This amount must he raised to cover the $lfi.ooo,ooo in receivers cer tificates issued anel the cost of the re ceivership and operating expnses. 1 Iassociated PRESS mSPATCH WASHINGTON, July 20. Ten thou sand dollars in currency, the second largest contribution to the "conscience! fund" ever made, arrived at the treas ury department in a plain envelope, marked yesterday, New York, accom panied by an unsigned letter saying: "The sender has paid double to the United States the amount he stole and still his conscience Is unsatisfied. Here is another payment." Treasury officials found nothing in the ledter eir amount to indicate its connection with any government losse-s by fr.niel eir theft and so placed it with the $.r.()0,0(l0 cemscience fund, which has aoeumulutcd from persons sending from one cent to $lS.n69, the largest, w hich came in 1909. The package was addressed to Secretary McAdoo, marked "Personal." il 5 i . I Hi) kij ! Fancy Recleaoed Stock Our Specialty l "BUY THE BEST WE DO" Arizona Seed Co. Phone 403 137 North Central Avenue F, C. McNabb, Pres. and Mgr.