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Saturday Meat Specials
Pork Shoulder Roast
, Per lb.
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Our Semi-Annual Clean Sweep Sale Which Begins Monday
Interferes in no Way With Our Usual Week-End Specials
WE want to impress on our customers that we do not propose to allow our coming Clean Sweep
Sale to interfere in the least with our regular Saturday trade. So, we have selected for to
morrow special items that will be on sale tomorrow only, and these items will in no way conflict with
Clean bweep bale items.
$2.95 White Lingerie Dresses
These are very pretty, sheer
dresees and a remarkable bar
gain at the apooial Week-End
price. Trimmed -with Cluny,
German Val and imitation
crochet lace. Come in all sizes
from 16 to 44. Values up to
$2.95; Extra Special for to
$1.00 House Dresses 69c
Neat, serviceable house dresses made
of striped percale in blue and -white
and gray and white stripes. Open in
front, have either high or low neek,
long or short sleeves. Sold regularly
.it SLOO and really worth more;
Week-End Special f?Qc
95c Wjash Skirls 79c
These skirts are made of "near linen,"
which looks and wears like linen.
There are -three good styles to "select
from One has panel back and front,
another panel back with hip pocket,
the third style panel back with side,
pleats. All three styles are trimmed
with pearl buttons. Regular JQ
price 95c; Week-End Special. 3'i
EXTRA! ' EXTRA!
$1.50 Brassieres ?5c
A limited quantity of brassieres and
bust confiBsrs, embroidery .trimmed -.-and
plain, open front or back, sizes
32 to44. These are-numbers -waiah--we
are discontinuing. .The quantity .
is limited, so you should take advan
tage of this remarkable Week-End
offer the first thing tomorrow morn
ing. Values up to l:50f Extra Spe
cial tomorrow, until closed rj
out; at' .- - ,H-
- 75c Vanities 37c
An Extra Special for one' day only-'pn
a new.Uot of silver vanity cases j
oxidized and bright silver tnd either
with or without "finger chain. Jfech
has good miijr and tiny powder
puff. Regular prices are 50c and 75c;
Extra Special, tomorrow Q7A'
only, at eJ I. V
$4.00 Lingerie Waists $2.19
A splendid lot of dainty white lin
gerie waists. They are made of ba
tiste, lawn, marquisette and lingerie
elotii; beautifully embroidered and
trimmed with Frenc Val lace. Both
high and low neek styles are shown,
with long or short sleeves. Values
are up to 4.00; go on sale tomorrow
morning at an Extra $JO "8 Q
Special price of P A 2
$1.75 Lingerie Waists 99c
Pretty summer waists, made of sheer
lawn and flaxon, trimmed in all sorts
of dainty styles with lace and em
broidery, also embroidered fronts,
high and low necks with long or
short sleeves, priced regularly at
1.50 and 1.75; Extra Spe- qq
cial tomorrow, choice for JJC
Silk Petticoats i
As an Extra Special, we offer
tomorrow pure silk petticoats
at the nominal price of 1.49.
These are messaline and taffeta
petticoats with deep tucked,
pleated or ruffled flounce.
Seams are bound. Both change
able and plain colors are of
fered, including emerald green,
Nile green, gray, light and dark
blue, brown, tan, kings bluej
Copenhagen, fed, pink, lavender,
purple and black. An Extra
Special for Saturday shoppers
Week-End Specials in
50c -bottles of Lam- OJ
berf s Listerine ODC
25c Pond's Extract in
Vanishing Cream . . . . JL C
25c Lehn & Fink's -9 J
Takum Powder A C
15c bottles of Perox- f "J
10c bars of pure Castile
50c La Dorine de J?ache Com
pact Powder (puff inoq-
every box) OOC
75c bottles of Bradley's and
Lazzell's Toilet Wa- qiQ
ters, all odors, for OiC
25c Riker's Improved 1 J
Cold Cream IOC
$1.00 Long Kimonos 69c
Pull length summer kimonos, made
of flowered lawn, in pink, blue and
lavender, trimmed with plain color
lawn to match. Regular price JQ r
1.00; Week-End Speciar. . . O Z C
Short Kimonos 19c
Short Summer kimonos, made of dot
,ted lawn with floral design, in belted
style with scalloped edges, have short
kimono sleeves. These kimonos make
the nicest kind of summer house gar
ment. They are neat and pretty -and
delightfully cool. Extra -j Q
Special tomorrow at 1 17 1
Limit one to a customer.
EXTRA! . EXTRA!
10c Summer Vests 6c
Gauze cotton ribbed vests, taped neck
and shoulder straps, our regular 10c
garments; Extra Special to- f
$5.00 Parasols $2.48
Beautiful silk parasols, plain
and fancy, showing the newest
shapes and the latest novel
ties in handles, values up to
$6.00; Extra Special tomorrow.
Bradley's Bulk Sachet Powders,
selfcregularly for 50c an ounee;
Extra Special tomor- nQn
row at x 0
Packer's Tar Soap, regular
price 25c a cake; Extra Spe
cial tomorrow n C
25c boxes of Riker's Dresden
Face .Powder; Extra 1
Special tomorrow at.. 1 v
Week-End Millinery Specials
The Values Are Almost Unbelieveable Even When
You See Them
Clean Sweep Sale
SZ7HILE the Clean Sweep Sale
m tb Kfillintrv Department.
offer tomorrow. In addition to hat
that are most unusual.
t- $20.00 Lace Hals $9.95
Nothing that the present season has
produced has proven just as popular
as the macrame and ratine lace hats.
Those offered tomorrow are hand
made and are regular 20.00 hats.
We make them a Week- Aq q f
End attraction at P? ZfiJ
$4.00 Outing Hals $1.88
These are Sumatra and Java shapes
plainly trimmed with a two-yard
chiffon veil. The shapes come in
natural and white and the veils in
large variety of colors. These hats
are worth regularly 4.00; we make
them a Week-End Spe- t QQ
cial at 3i.OO
See Arcade Display
next week will offer unheard of values
there will be none to surpass those we
items, we have included two veil Hems
$5.50 Unlrimmed Shapes $1.29
Extra fine quality hair braid shapes,
in white and black, with and with
out hemp edge. These are the new
midsummer picture shapes and are
worth up to 5.50; Week-End Extra
Special at choice d O Q
$1.00 Shetland Veils 49c
The new guaranteed all-silk Shetland
veils, 60 inches long and 19 wide,
come in all colors including black
and white, are good 1.00 A Q
values; Week-End Special. . C
$2.00 Chiffon Veils 79c
Silk chilion veils, two yards long(and
one yard wide, 2.00 values, are a
bx Week-End Special 7Q
Mens Handkerchiefs 10c
Men's full size handkerchiefs
made of heavy quality pure
linen, have narrow hemstitched
edge and are regular 15c val
ues; Week-End Extra "j A
Special, each 11
"THE STORE OF SERVICE'
50 c Lace' Hose-35 cr
Lace lisle hose, fine sheer sum
mer weight, in black, white and
tan, lace boot and allover lace
styles, worth 50c a pair; Week
End Extra OP
Special .... OOC
PUTFDBH FOR OEHOCIITIC
PARTY IDW COMPLETED
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Blank so as to convince the bankers
that there Is a possibility of revising
the finances -without resorting to the
central reserve plan suggested by sen
ator 'Aldrleh. The Aldrich plan is de-
Tsugestlon for the distribution by
tht government of money throughout
the country to make 4t available in
else of monetary disturbance may be
Both the subcommittee and the full
committee agreed upon the desirabnity
of criminal prosecutions of the men
back of the trusts.
Regarding conservation of natural
resources, the committee would not
Sake "a backward step, but It is em
phatic against the policy which would
drive American bomeseekers to other
countries. Therefore, there will toe a
1 declaration for the administration of
land laws so as to encourage settle
ment and Homebuilding.
In view of the desire to please Mr
Roosevelt's followers, some surprise has
been expressed over the committee s
decision to insert a declaration in fayor
of one term for the president of the
United States. It Is there, however, and
probably will remain. No expression Is
given as to the length of Ihe term.
which would be a matter of detail in
legislation. , , .
w.ien admitted many members oi
the full committee putmitted planks
of their cwn covering various subjects.
Some of them were accepted ana
others voted down.
One of the rejected provisions was
for a pronouncement outlining a policy
for the Indian. The inheritance tax.
u Bniral suffrage for women planK
and the InttiUtlve and referendum
went out as matters for state control.
Strong declarations for direct legls
laUon and for primary elections were
Toward the end most propositions
were "jectel on the ground that the
platform was already crowded. It
is as long as a clothes line. si""
senator Stark, of Arkansas, "and we
simply have got to stop.
Flationn Carefully Drawn.
The platform was under scrutiny yes
terday first by Mr. Bryan and senator
"SBSSaV afternoon Bryan and O-Gor-
man shut themselves up . -"" r,," "
?ee room, doffed their coats and collars.
leeiwu'."" c -lnv. when tneyi
"SS5SUSat tSelr work had been'
bfgan a careful reading of the docu
ments. The subcommittee found no
erftiefsm. all of Its corrections being
nfireiv verbal They were sufficiently
".tiafled with the situation to announce
I meeting of the full committee at 10
ooSck to have it pass judgment on the
document but owing to the excitement
in tie convention, the meeting was
postponed until today.
First Concrete Work
On Dam Is Laid
At 4:20 p. m. Thursday the first yard of concrete that will remain to be a
permanent part of the Elephant Butte dam was set in place, at the portionj
where the big flume has been under construction.
Pouring concrete went on all night and the great dam is at last actually
under way. ' "
WHITE SDA.VE CASE IS
TAKEX UXDER ADVISEMENT.
The hearing of the white slave
charge against Antonla Garcia in the
federal court was held Friday and the
case was taken under advisement by
United States commissioner G. B.
c o m P A NY
With every 20c package of Hoya Tea we give away a
beautiful colored glass mug or saucer. The quality of
this Tea cannot be excelled. These premiums only last
for a limited time. 1-4 lb. Package.
uto Phone 15-05.
:Bcll piuihf 505 SODS 204-206 E. Overland St.
'estauxanlji and Hotels Can Save Money by Buying From. !.
Just a dimpled little hand,
But what strenth it has to lead;
Just a baby's true, blue eyes.
Where no worldly knowledge lies.
But what strength they have to plead
Just an eager little 3mile,
But what courage it imparts;
Just a happy little coo,
But how sweetly soothing to
All the bruises and the smarts
Just a little one to love.
Just a little life to guard;
But how strong to banish fear
And to comfort and to cheer
Where the ways are steep and hard.
The fly is a home wrecker. Biff him.
Is not recommended for
everything; but U you
have kidney, liver or
bladder trouble It will
be found Just the remedy you need. At
druggists in fifty cent and dollar
sizes. You may have a sample bottle
of this wonderful new discovery by
mail free, also pamphlet telling all
Address. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y.
District of Columbia, Clark 6.
Hawaii. Clark 2; Wilson 3; Under
Porto Rico. Clark 3; Wilson 3.
ToalOS8S"UClark. 4461-2; Wilson.
339 3-4'; Underwood. 1111-4; Harmon,
141: Baldwin, 14; Marshall, 31; Sulzer.
2; Bryan, 2; not voting. 1-2.
"When Ohio had voted on the second
ballot more than the necessary one
third had voted against ClarJ' as the
leading candidate, to prevent a nomi
nation. OHIO'S SENATOR
AND HIS BIG HAT
TTnlteri States senator Atlee Pomerene,
of Ohio, who wanted the Ohio plan of
loaning government funds to tne nign
est qualified bidder adopted by the
government and wanted the Democratic
platform to be for it.
WOULD STOP THE
NEGRO FROM VOTING
Newlands. of Ne-
asslsting In the
Senator Francis J
ada. who has been
framing of the Democratic party plat
form urged a rlink disenfranchising all
of tl.e negroes of the United States.
Thomas Taggart, of Indiana, was for
years a power in the Democratic party
In the middle west He is In Baltimore
attending the Democratic national
HAYDEN BOY WILL
GET A CADETSHIP
Hayden. Ariz.. June 2S. Through the
efforts of Carl Hayden. representative
to congress from this district, "Will
Nash, brother of the local deputy
sheriff, has secured an appointment
to Annapolis and will take his exami
nation sometime in the fall. "Walter
Nash has received a telegram from
Henry Ashurst, senator, advising him
of the appointment Will Nash has
been attending school in Tempe. grad
uating from that institution this year.
J. Mitchell, who has been working
in the time office for the Ray Con
solidated, has been appointed to the
position as manager of the Hayden
Supply company to take effect on July
1. Mr. Mitchell was formerly manager
of the Garfield Trading company of
Garfield, Utah. Mr. Stephenson, who
has been acting manager since the
new firm started in business In Hay
den, will return to Globe In a short
time and will be again connected with
the Globe Hardware company of that
place. The Hayden Supply company Is
now owned vby the Globe Hardware
The family of O. Wiser are leaving
today for the coast, where they will
spend the summer months. They will
return to Hayden after Mr. Wiser has
completed his experimental work for
the Chlno Copper company at Hurley,
Gus Hirschf ield- has returned from a
short visit with friends in Phoenix.
F. M. Martin, superintendent of
power for the American Smelting and
Refining company, has left for El Paso,
where he will be located for a short
time on work connected with his de
partment He will pay Hayden an in
spection visit every few months.
J. QQ. MacDonald. mill superintend
ent has returned from a trip through
Colorado. His two daughters accom
panied him back and will remain here
for the summer. They have been at
tending school near Denver.
A. Avilla, who "has charge of the
concentrating department for the Calu
met and Copper Creek Mining com
pany, Is spending a few days in Hay
den. He will leave shortly for Wick
enburg on business for the company.
Frank Owens and Miss Snlffen. aged
19 and 15, respectively, were married
in Florence while wires between here
and the sheriffs office at Globe were
kept hot trying o prevent the union
of the two. The trouble was on ac
count of the ages of the two, though
the father of the bride consented to
the match Miss Snlffen arrived from
Globe and was met her finance In
V W Farnsworth. construi tlon en
gineer for the American Smelting and
Refining company, has left for EI Paso,
Oven Pot Boast-(Fed
Beef) Per lb.
.Veal Shoulder Roast
Sugar Cured Hams
(Whole) Per lb.
Scalded Calf Head and Feet, per set $1.00.
Home Dressed Hens and Springs
Imboden's Flour 241b. Sack 90c Per Sack
Imboden's Flour 48 lb. Sack $1.75 Per Sack
mm -.,. - -
M- W T1II-PHIWPUMII 111 ltnTrMTT!MnMJM
If you have no appetite try a case of
HOT WELLS WATER
It will set vou right.
We Guarantee the Quality of Our Goods
Best Granulated Sugar, 18 lbs. for $1.00.
Best Creamery Butter,
Fresh Kansas Eggs,
per doz -
Krinkle Corn Flakes,
2 pkgs. for
Cream of Wheat,
2 lbs. for
"8 lbs. for
8 lbs. for
Pure California Table
Claret, per gal
Pure California Sweet
Wines, per gal
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED
LION GROCERY COMPANY S
109-11 S. Stanton St
SPECIAL PRICES FOR SATURDAY ONLY
Veal Shoulder Roast, per pound. 12 l-2c
Yeal Chops, per pound -.-. ef-. . .- 15c
Mutton Legs, per pound ,. . .15c
Mutton (Jhops, per pound p- -.15c
Mutton Breast, per pound 8c
Prime Rib Roast, per pound. .-. . .y-. ...... .-.15c
Rump Roast, per pound , . .10c
LIVE HENS AND SPRING CHICKENS
MYLES MEAT COMPANY
311 E. Overland.
Bell Phone 47. Auto Phone 1304.
Open Until 9 Oclock Saturday Night.
where he will be located for some time.
He expects to return to Hayden again
In the near future when construction
work 13 resumed again here.
Women in Buggy Struck by
Train; Child Drowns
Safford, Ariz.. June 28. Accidents
have been numerous here thlaweek. As
Mrs. Sam Williams and Mrs. John Al
len were crossing: the railroad track
Just west of Thatcher, the passenger
train struck tho rear wheels of the
buggy, utterly demolishing them and
throwing the two women to the ground.
Mr Williams was seriously injured
R. F. Hafer was struckion the Jaw
in an encounter and his jaw was cleft
wide open. He came from near Wlll
cox to Safford for medical treatment
Dr. Stratton set his jaw and put It in
Misses Clara Platt and Ethel Price
were the victims of a runaway, being
thrown under the buggy, but fortunate
ly escaping with only a number of cuts
and bruises which confined them to
the house this week.
The year old baby of Gus Chlarson
died this week from stomach trouble.
The little child of Mr. Combs, of Cen
tral, five miles west of here, was
drowned in the pond on their place. The
mother went to search for the little
toddler and saw the body floating on
Several important cases have been
decided in the superior court.
Judge Shute. of Gila county, has been
officiating at the Graham county seat
in cases in which judge McAlister has
In the case of Ben Clark, former
county treasurer, which has been al
ready tried twice, resulting In hung
juries, 'tjie district attorney moved the
dismissal of the case, providing Clark
refund $1437. Judge Shute decided to
dismiss the case In that way.
In the settlement of the Anderson
estate, Mrs. Ruth Andersbb was given
Judge A. R. Lynch and Anton Jacob
son, Graham county's two representa
tives in the legislature, are at home
again, after a month In the special ses
sion and two month's in the regular
' Geo. BIrdno is commencing the erec
tion of a new seven room cement brick
residence on his lots, where recently
ILE DIDVT KXOW".
Old Lady "Could you direct me to
the Second Baptist churchi"
Old Boy "Why. really I am sorry
lady, but I don't even know where the
First is." From Judge.
The good road Is always se "easier
way" going and coming.
Knee lenslh barters, no metal touching 25c & 50c
fa? Jl TVT O Indicates our new fancy col
MadraS 13 O. 6 iar, just arrived. This is a
laundered collar about 2 inches in height, "with in
visible markings It is tasty and quite in vogue.
rJ) AVoop& d? Greenbe:prf
"hLajJio pfr knoif TheFost Ojfice is oppo&tc U