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Tuesday, May 10, 1910.
) Pa crn VwrAvn f,VJ A 11 VH v. DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT n 1 Thousands of Young Men Wear Hirsh- Wick wire and Society Brand Clothing Consider them from any standpoint you may choose and you will find that "riirsh-AViekwire" and "Society Brand" clothes possess the qualities preferred and demanded by men and young men who are alive to the import ance of correct dress. In these splendid garments, we have combined all the likeable and dependable features re quired in absolutely good clothes. You will immediately recognize thou- superi ority' when vou see them. $15 to $35 the Suit SEASONABLE STRAWS Don't think Unit lieatl&cnr is an unimportant feature in the makeup of a properly dressed man. It is just as important tlmt your hat bo of the season's ap proved style ns it is that you should be elothed in o'uo of our Hirsh-Wiclcwiro or Society Brand fashion plates. We hao them in all that price, material and stylo implies, and they ran go in price QC rtfl , from 75c tip to..... . ...a -. . - tflWW PANAMAS Wo carry nothing but the leading makes in Panamas and have them priced as low as $0.00 Ifi flfl and as high as . 4 I UWU TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES You will find in this departmont the world-renowned "Indcstructo" trunk with tho salo of which wo gie nnliev nunrantpoinL' it for five years. Suit cases of every description that range in COfl (t ...T..r . ,., prico from $3.G0 to . SUMMER UNDERWEAR That popular brand (lantern & Jlattorn underclothing for men in all tho most approved styles, made of silk, lisles, etc., with such a wido scope in prico that wo can fit eyery pockotbook. C1f OH 'The suit, $1.00 to P l.UU OXFORDS It is not necessary to introduce to you further the famous binnds ns tho Ciawford and tho Johnson & Murphy. You all know them. Wo will simply say that our showing is complete in tans, patents and gun metals ami am priced mr uiu uii"i $.... to $."i.00, and the J. M. $0-00 and $7.00. SPECIAL We have 100 Straw Hats for men .and boys that we nie offorijig, while they last for 50c ' m I I Iff ' A i 1 II iWk A ill 'Hi W I wJJr Mm ' 'IE iji i ' -a a tm It " -,4 1 'x i 'i 'i. mt'B 'in IB I'm nil WIaaAI ir-Jr V&3S& ifl l :- ftf Msmm GLOBE, ARIZ. PANAMAS FOR THE LADIES Wo liavo a beautiful show ing of panamas for tho la dies in Now York's Broad way most approved models. Thov pro popularly priced at $1000. Cl osmg The Union Clothing Co. is forced to sell their complete stock of high grade Clothing, Hats, Pants, Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, etc., at ACTUAL CO SALE WILL LAST UNTIL THE GOODS ARE SOLD ALL NEW GOODS NO OLD TIMERS SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR The largest and most complete line of Shirts and Underwear ever displayed in the Southwest, will be sold at ABSOLUTE COST You need these Goods, buy now and save money. SHOES, SHOES, SHOES 1500 Pairs of Shoes at Cost. These in clude the Best Makes in the United States. Any kind of Shoes you want in Dress Shoes, Oxfords and Working Shoes. Napa Tan, Nailed Shoes, regu lar $3.50 and $4.00 values the world over, going at $3.15. LOOK THESE OVER I Sale I The HATS, HATS, HATS Includes the BEST BRANDS on. the Market, at ABSOLUTE COST. All $3.50 and $4.00 values going at $2.95. THIS IS A SNAP John B. Stetson Hats, regular $5.00 and $6.00 the world over, going at $4.35. All $2.00 and $2.50 Hats going at $1.40. PANTS, PANTS, PANTS 500 Pairs of Union Made Pants in the latest colors and fabrics; every pair guaranteed all wool, AT COST. , 1000 OTHER BARGAINS IN THINGS YOU NEED BEJEWELED APES FOR PE1S ARE LATEST FAD Ugliness Is Growing Vogue Among Exotic British Mayfair Women ),? AMERICANS TAKE LONDON BY STORM Will Hold Three Big "Rll This Season Instead of Usual Two UNPARALLELED MILLINERY BARGAINS AT FORT'S Today we will show some of the most exceptional bargains imaginable and you will have to see them to real ly appreciate their merit. These models are most varied and the mat ter of a selection will be an easy one for you. Some of the creations are Imported and some are of our own creation. This week is going to be our banner selling week of the spring season, for Ave know the goods will meet with your approval and the prices cannot help but please you. Out Sale Starts Today at 9 a. m. EXTRA SALESPEOPLE TO WAIT ON YOU Union Clothing Co. KROON & ROLANDO, Props. The Big Store Across the Bridge Miners' Union Building LONDON, May 9. Ugliness is a growing vogue amongst the ultra smart set. Tlio latest fad is to make a pet 01 a chimpanzee. Several young apes are at tins moment in training wim the famous animal importer, Simpson Cross, of Liverpool. These will be duly i delivered to the exotic women of May fair who lovo the freakish and bizarre. Of couro tho eh mnvee fl l"g' Jc- i gree will have his little jeweled collar uud gold bracelets, and quite as natural ly chimpanzee parties may be expected. Another phase of tho cult of ugliness is found in the hobble skiit, so-called becauso of its, amazing narrowness. Tho fashionable garment of tho moment measures only one and one-quarter yards round tho hem. Sitting in such a skirt W a feat I can't accomplish. To see a victim of' fashion attempting to wrinkle her skirt over her knees when she sits down is now one of the sights of London drawing-rooms. With out thoso wrinkles the skirt would get hideously baggy. Prettier by far is tho attempt being made to introduce coloied footwear into tho English smart set. Biscuit-colored suedo shoes, fastened by blue enamel lmeklps and with blue heels, are a nov elty intended for wear with blue stock ings, in conjunction with a irocK or me baino fashionable shade. Hed-heoled shoes are also a feature of tho season 's foot-gear. Social Seasdu to Be Good From all I hear the social season of 1010 will be tho smartest and1 gayest we have cnjoj'cd for jears thi(t is, if no general elections take place before the end of July. Moie Americans of wealth and distinction than ever before have mado arrangements to play their part in the annual pageant ot lusiuon in the world's metropolis. Many a com patriot's glad hand may be expested to grasp i,oloncl Roosevelt's during his three wccks- stay in untiuii. misra American hostesses will do tho utmost ciedit to Old Glory. The Duchess of Itoxcburghe, now tho tenant of Chesterfield House, contem plates giving many entertainments. The Duchess of Marlborough is to give a number of parties at Sunderland house. Other hostesses getting busy m cludo Lady Cheylesmbre, Lady Dufferin, Lady Nayloi-Leyland, Lady Deerhurst, Lady Granard, Lady Nowborough, Lady Alistar Innes Ker, Mrs. Harry Higgins, Mrs. John Ward, Mrs. Maldwin, Drum mond. Mrs. John Mackay, Cora, Coun tess of Stratford and Mrs. Walter Burns. Other well-known people to be seen at tho season's mnctlons, and who havo bespoken houses or quarters in the West End, are Mrs. Toxhall Keenc, Mrs. El biidgc Gerry, Mrs. French Vanderbilt, Mrs. Miller Graham, Mrs. Jordan Mott, Mrs. Townsend Burden, Mrs. Frank Mackay, Mrs. Isclin,'Mrs. George Gould, Mrs. Clarence Mac,key, Mrs. Clarenco Hyde, Mrs. Joseph Leiter, Mrs. Shonts, Mis. R. E. Straw bridge, Mrs. Beach Grant and Mrs. Harold Richardson. London Season Grows Shorter But year by year the London season ltows shoiter and shorter. Rightly it should begin almost immediately after Easter. But the growing habit of going abroad In Match, and not returning to London till May, has considerably cur tailed tho season, which cinnot be pro longed after tho end of July. Good wood races over, fashionable tolks flock j to Cowes. Another tendency is the mul tiplication of sets and grades. Tlipre i is less oxclusiveness than thoro used to be. The circles of the elect today aroi governed by Mrs. Whitclaw Reid, the Duchess of"-Portland, Lady Salisbury, Lady Londesboiougli, Lady Derby and I Lady rnrquhnr. I Tt has been determined that the I state balls this season shall go ono better than last year. They wcro so crowded then that was teininded of tho miscellaneous $2 hops that are held iir suburban sections of Loimon. In order , to obviate a crush, three state balls, instead of two, will be held. As, to I satisfj nil claims, tonip C,00O invita j I tions have been issued, this means 2,000 guests for each ball, bean-el any pulling goes on for invitations, bo 1 cause, in tho nature of things, tho peo ple who hao been presented at court get within the bwcll precincts as a mat ter of course. No amount of wire-pull-' ing can open tho doors of Buckingham I palace to the social aspirants who have not made their bows to tlio Jintisii bov ereign. Mis. Georgo Coruwallis West will add to the gajety of the world's metropolis , towatd the end of June. Sho is work ing hard as "chairman" of tlio ball, lommittce, which is to piovide a gtand costume ball at the Albert hall on be-1 half of the Shakespearean National theater. In a brief conversation J had with her, Mrs. Cornwallis West outlined the possibilities of this smart function. If you will call at our store or write us a postal card wo will tell you how you may get a beautiful new- Kimball Piano free. Sultan Brothers. - 1 AN EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN FOR TODAY SOME OF THE MOST ARTISTIC AND BEAUTIFUL CREATIONS IN READY-TO-WEAR TRIMMED HATS THAT REGULARLY SOLD AS HIGH AS $20 WILL BE OFFERED TODAY AT THE EXTREMELY LOW S3.50 This is an opportunity that rarely comes to a purchasing public There is a beautiful showing of Gage Trimmed Sailors in this lot. Hair Goods of Every Description at just ONE-HALF PRICE FORTS i HHHBHHHHHHHHHiHHnHHHHIHHHHHBMniHHBWll The Big Sale Continues Owing to the limited amount of room at our disposal we were unable to display the large stock we had in our wareroom and we have now made room for these goods and they are now on display. We arc making every effort to close out this stock and it is no fault of ours if we do not. The goods 'are marked low enough to sell them and all we ask of you is to come in and look them over. This is a bonandc, legitimate closing out sale suid we want to impress upon the public the necessity of our disposing of the stock as rapidly as possible. The GOODS ARE NOW ON DISPLAY AND flAVE BEEN MARKED DOWN TO ABSOLUTE COST. WE HAVE TO DISPOSE OF THESE GOODS AT ONCE AND IN ORDER TO DO SO THE KNIFE HAS BEEN USED ON THE FORMER LOW PRICES AND THEY ARE BEIN(i PRACTIC ALLY OI VEX AWAY. WE ARE UH SS&J Don't foij;ot the ball K'n by the LiUies of the Muceabee.s at Jfaurel Hall tomonow ecniiig ltefreshments will I be seneil at 23e tho couple. SACRIFICING EVERYTHING IN ORDER TO CLOSE OUT THIS STOCK SO THAT WE CAN RETIRE FROM BUSINESS. These goods are fresh from the manufacturers and after considerable work in making room in our limited quarters we now have them READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION Don't miss this opportunity to get the season's veiy latest in ladies' and gent's furnishings, clothing, hats, shoes, children's wearing apparel, trunks, suit cases, dishes, granite ware, notions and in fact everything at ABSOLUTE COST PRICE NEW RACKET STORE Ktsrryeans BWIiH'li&EMSTMHW vw s M J