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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING-, DECEMBER 5, 1910.
Every Man Expects to fiet a Christmas Tie
and Nearly Every Man Will Get One or, More
If every Wife, Sister or Best Girl would come here to look at our
assortment, we believe we would sell all the Christmas Neckwear
sold in town.
Our styles are so handsome and our variety is
so large and complete. Prices pleasing, too.
Ties at 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c and $2.00.
We've exclusive styles that are the best efforts of the best Mak
ers and Silk Worms. Come to see our Christmas Neckwear
WHERE THE BEST CLOTHES COME FROM.
ON REFORMING CHRISTMAS.
Not content withS remodeling the
Fourth of July, ultra-zealous reform
ers are now advocating drastic changes
In Christmas. Most of their attacks on
the winter festival are directed toward
the giving of gifts, which, they say. is
productive of jealousy and hypocrisy,
to say nothing of extravagance, says
Lipplncotfs. It is true that' many give
beyond their means, often against their
will; and those with little money fool
ishly try to compete with those who
have much. People with whom we
have long exchanged gifts, yet for
wlioin we have ceased to care, will send
us something, and we must not be out
done. Now, if there must be reform,
Jet.it be here. If no longer desire to
exchange gifts with some one, let us
have the courage to write a friendly
note and explain that we prefer not 'to
this year. It is quite possible that our
friend will Be as glad to stop as
are we. Or, send simply a card or a
friendly letter, regardless of what may
be sent to us. The hint is pretty sure
to be taken the following year.
The exchanging of gifts has been a
feature of Christmas for centuries. To
me, it is a most beautiful custom, if
notice the If it be done In the proper
spirit a spirit of genuine affection
and good will. If two loving hearts ex
change gifts of equal monetary value,
each prizes what he receives far above
the value in dollars and cents of that
he has given. Nor do I hold with the
dootrine that it is better to send mere
ly dards or letters on Christmas day,
and give to the poor the money we
should otherwise have spent. I am
selfish enough to want some of the
Christinas fun myself; and I want my
relatives and friends to have some,
too. I always feel that Christmas day
Is sacred to my dear ones. .Reformers
may .tell us that thefurs which man
purposes giving to his wife would buy
many dinners for the hungry, and
manyilo!ls and toys to make glad the
hearts of ragged little ones; but well.
I should b sorry for the poor folk, but
If it were my wife, she would get the
furs. This is not a plea to abolish giv
ing to the poor on this day of days;
it is merely a plea for moderation. Let
us remember the poor. Jet us give
bountifully, if we can to help them;
but don't let's overdo by falling to
give gifts to those near to us.
Another thing; in giving to the poor
or, for that matter, to the moderately
we!l-to-do let us not give oniv useful
articles. Those in whose lives luxuries
seldom come will appreciate it all the
more If they receive something which
they would not have needed any way.
Socks and groceries mav be of more
practical value than bonbons and gift
books, but if the Intter will promote
happiness, let us by all means give
One quart of sweej milk, two eggs,
one and a half cups of sugar, and two
tablespoonsful of cornstarch. Boil the
sugar In the milk, mix the cornstarch
with a small portion of the ml!k and
when the sugar is at a boiling heat stir
the cornstarch in, and let boll. Beat
the eggs separately and then together;
then pour the boiling mixture over
them. Flavor with vanilla or lemon.
When cold, freeze as other cream.
We Sell the Famous
Crescent & Bass twenty and -twenty-five-year
cases are the best we have -in stock
many different styles and sizes. :
It will pay you to pay our store a- visit and
see our line of Jewelry, Sterling Silver and'
DIAMONDS " "
"We will also have a large and varied as
sortment of loose diamonds for the holiday
trade, which we will sell at bed-rock prices.
White & Wesley
12 West Adams Street,
Business Men Ready For
Trip To Parker
PARTY IS BEPRESEHTATJVE
Train Will Go Over Into
California for Few Min
utes and Party Will Be
Right Royally Entertain
ed All Along' the Line.
When the conductor of "The Rose
Special" calls "All Aboard" at ' 11
o'clock this evening and the wheels
of that superb train begin to turn,
there will leave this city as represen
tative a body of business men as were
ever gathered on any similar occasion.
When the travelers rise from their
comfortable berths after a good night's
rest, the train will be standing in the
depot at Parker, and a reception com
mittee comiwising the best men of the
town will be in waiting to escort the
party to breakfast and then to take
them on a sightseeing tour of that
Automobiles and carriages will be In
waiting and trips will be made" to
the site of the proposed dam, some
five miles up the Colorado, and to
the Indian Agency. This promises to
be one of the most interesting feat
ures of the entire trip. Following the
reception at Parker, the train will be
run across the great bridge at Parker
over the Colorado and the party will
be permitted to step upon California
To the man or woman who has nev
er been in the A. & C. section, a most
auspicious opportunity to view the
country and see the most In the short
est time will be afforded upon this
occasion. Not the least interesting
of the many forms of entertalnmentt o
be provided Is this feature of crossing
into California and viewing the hand
some structure crossing the Colorado.
This feature was an afterthought qf
General Agent W. S. Goldsworthy of
the Santa Fe. Prescott and Phoenix,
and his efforts in this direction will
no doubt be appreciated.
Were it not a breach of confidence.
The Republican would this morning
publish a list of the fifty or more
prominent business men of this city
who have already secured reservations
for "The Rose Special." Several of
the large firms, whose heads will not
be able tofie along with the party,
have purchased tickets for represen
tatives of the firm, who will make the
In this connection it should be re
membered that tickets should he se
cured early this morning, as an offi
cial program Is being publUhed in
which it is the desire to have the
names of all members of the party
Bouse, Wlckenburg, Salome. Vicks
hurg and Wenden have completed
every preparation for the reception
of tne visitors, and every fine of taese
communities will vie with each other
in entertalntag the Phoenicians tomor
row. The ladles of Phoenix today have a
duty to perform, and "from present
indications there is little doubt that
they will rise to the situation. The
train which will take their husbands,
fathers and sweethearts away for the
day has been named "The Rose Spe
cial," on the promise of the ladles to
furnish the floral decoration. It has
been decided to accept flowers cf all
sorts, with liberal sprinklings of red
roses, and from these will be made
up huge bouquets, which wilt be hand
ed out to the ladles at the various
towns visited as a remembrance ,'rom
those left behind to those who will
greet the excursionists.
All contributions of flowers should
be at the board of trade rooms not
later than 8 o'clock this evening and
earlier if possible. If any lady has
flowers she Is . willing to donate, but
has no means of getting them "to the
Board of Trade, she should call up
Secretary Welch this morning, and
they will be sent for. It is hoped the
ladies will flood the train with flow
ers. AH that uo remains Is for the
tardy ones to secure their tickets, if
possible, before noon today, so that
all names may appear on the program
and then gather at the board of trade
rooms this evening at 9 o'clock, where
Secretary Welch will hold an informal
reception. And don't fall to beat the
depot at. 11 o'clock, the hour set for
the departure of the train Yhat prom
ises to be remembered long as "The
Rose Special," the most famous train
that ever pulled out of Phoenix.
Some Idea of the enthusiasm with
which the Phoenix trade tourists will
be greeted along the line can be
jalned from an article appearing In
the Parker Post of Saturday. And
what is true of Parker is also true
of the pther towns. This is what
the Post says:
At a meeting held last Saturday
night by the Parker board of trade
arrangements were made for the en
tertainment of the Phoenix business
men who will arrive here Tuesday
morning next on a special train. The
board of trade will- entertain the
Phoenicians at breakfast, at which
iuite a number of Parker business
men will be present. After breakfast
teams and automobiles will take the
.xcursionists on a sight-seeing trip
jver the town, to the agency and if
there Is time those desiring will be
taken to lleadgate. Rock or to the
proposed dam site, five miles up the
river. The trip to the agency will
roveal to the Phoenix visitors a mag-
When you buy CHRISTMAS presents, buy JEWELRY; of all pres
ents, there is nothing that is as highly treasured as beautiful JEW
ELRY. JEWELRY that you know is just what you bought it for is the
kind vou buv here, and vou can depend on the qualitv of what A'ou arc
lniying and at the same time get the HILDERBRAN GUARANTEE,
which means, vour monev back if not satisfied. .
EIGHTEEN DAYS ONLY
There are only EIGHTEEN DAYS more for CHRISTMAS shop
ping, and the sooner you buy your presents and have them engraved
Fit EE, the better you will be pleased with your CHRISTMAS purchases.
OPEN EVERY EVENING
. UNTIL CHRISTMAS
Bo your CHRISTMAS buying now and avoid the HOLIDAY RUSH.
If you are not ready to pay in full, then pick out what you want, make a
deposit on it, and have it laid aside, then make a payment every week
till paid for.
F. A. HILDERBRAN & GO.
X Ef Christmas ' If I
II) PRESENTS t' I
nlficent view of the thousands of
acres of jagrlcultura' lands tributary
to 'Parker.-- '
The siecial train has been chris
tened "The Rose Special." The name
is an appropriate one. slnccf there
ill be '.roses everywhere. Each
member of the party will wear a
red rose in his coat lapel tied with
blue and gold ribbon, the Phoenix
colors, and the train will be deco
rated with roses. At eacli stop the
flowers will be distributed. The train
will remain here until 10:30 a. m.
The excursion to Parker and inter
mediate points will be made by the
business men of Phoenix for the pur
pose of promoting trade relations
with the business men along the A.
& C. railroad. Parker extends a
hearty welcome to the business men
of Phoenix and nothing will be left
,undone to make their visit here one
long to be remembered.
Acting Governor George U. Young
lias . issued a proclamation declaring
next Tuesday a business holiday for
"The Rose, Special" and Its passen
gers. The committee of arrangements ap
pointed at Saturday night's meeting
consists of the following It. C. Sauf
Iey, T. M. Drennan, A. S. Prescott.
G. C. Dunn. John Roberts, C. S.
Chennut, B. B. Brown and J. B.
The board pf trade requests that
every citizen turn out next Tuesday
morning and assist in entertaining
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