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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING-, APRIL 9, 1912.
PRINTER'S BENEFIT BALL
WAS COMPLETE SUCCESS
Benefit Fund of Local Union Was
Swelled hy Sale of Nearly
Five Hundred Tickets
"Built for Man On
The Quality Plan"
Sold tor cash houee more Quality.
Ve can prove we sell you a Shoe J'or $3.50 that
vou have been paying $-1.00 for.
No losses, no interest to pay, no office expense.
You, lr. Buyer, get this expensive part of doing
business put in your pocket and in the Shoes you
The great benefit hall happened.
Two hundred couples enjoyed sin eve
ning's dancing and the benefit fund
of the printers' union acquired about
half a thousand biff Iron men which
will be spent In caring for the sick
members who drift to this part of the
country on account of the curative
climate. .Many outside unions were
heard from and all helped by buying
Mr. and Mrs. Phy led the grand
march which was called at ! o'clock;
and when this copy was turned in the
last couples were still enjoying them
selves. Hesse's music anil Donofrio's re
freshments helped a great deal to
make the ball :i big success and the
last event of the dancing season will
be long remembered by those wiio at
tended. A very pretty as well as useful
compliment was given the printers
early in the evening by Gass Broth
ers, the present being a big basket of
roses. The gift arrived just before
the ball started and was in time so
that everyone of the boys had a bou
quet to wear during the festivities.
The printers want Messrs. Oass to
know that they appreciate the flow-
I ers very much.
LEGISLATURE IN HANDS OE
(Continued ,frorn Page One.)
Zr YOU'LL GET A BARGAIN
Clean-up of Broken Sizes of Men's and Women's Shoes
We haave placed in four lots all broken lines of fine Shoes that K 'mos tnt
the 'sizes are not complete, but if your size is among them, you'll find a bar
gain in every sense of the word. These Shoes are all new 1912 Spring models
aosolutelv newest last, but in order to effect a quick clearanv. we have
priced them tit about half the real value
VUbUCK SHOE S
regulation 12-hntton height,
in sizes ::, I and t'j only.
Regular price is $4.50.
C? I r LADIES' WHITE
regulation height, cap toe,
Goodyear welt, hut slightly
soiled; sizes S1, 4 and I'-j,
regular ?4 values.
If your size is among these come
C 1 iCLADIES' wmit
Made or corded welt Pique,
with white heels, tailored
bows; regular price ?2.f.0 to
$3.00. IJroken sizes.
Men's Low Shoes
in Gun Metal.
Patent and tan can:
newest 1912 lasts. Values In
this lot $4 00. $150 and $5 00
OF LOCAL INTEREST
MEETING POSTPONED On ac
count of the anniversary of the Young
Men's Christian association, and the
recital at the Arizona School of Mu
sic, the indignation mass meeting of
the friends of temperance, announced
yesterday in the churches, has been
postponed to meet next Sunday after
noon after the band concert. This?
meeting will be held under the aus
pices of the Anti-Saloon league, and
is tailed to express the displeasure
of temiierance eople at the legislature
for Its recent action in passing the
bill amending the six-mile limit law.
JURIES CALLED Superior Judge
J. C. Phillips yesterday signed orders
calling for the drawing on April 11th
of a grand and trial jury for the trial
of the criminal cases now awaiting
disposition in this county. Twenty
one names will be drawn on the grand
jury list nnd fifty for the trial jury.
The grand jury will report on April
25th and the trial jury week later.
SUPERINTENDENT HERE Will
L. Clark, superintendent of the United
Verde mines at Jerome is down from
the big camp for a few days.
MR. DRAKE HERE. W. A. Drake,
general manager of tile S. F. P. & P
inilroaM came down last r.ight from
Prescott for a stay of a day or
so in Phoenix
MARRIAGE LICENSE License to
wed was issued yesterday from the
office of the clerk of' the superior
court in favor of Charles II. Ochel
tree of Coconino, and Lillie B. Nash,
CONFER TODAY At 4:30 this aft
ernoon' the city council and the board
if imiirvinrs will meet for the. first
,nfn. nvor i ho"" nnindsprt cils'nosi-'. or on .May I'd. The judge is still un
tion of the countv and city hall sites .decided as to where he will hold his
and the erection elsewhere of a mag-'court, and still hopes that some ar
..irwnt pnmhinntinn citv hall and ' rangement may be made whereby the
courthouse. It will be demonstrated ' county courtroom can be secured. He
... .i.. .s., ntiv further nnticiuates that about a month will
H IIIU HlUUL.ut, tin.iiiv. ...... - - ' 11
... !.! i. tnk. Iti remiired to clear the criminal
Mepr. lyuiwilB l liitr. tiiu "j " .
SCHOOL BONDS SOLD-Glendale! POLICE BALL The success or the
is to have a handsome $30,000 high first annual police ball is assured,
school. The bonds for the building Yesterday afternoon Chief of I ohce
were sold ve.sterdav bv the board of i Johnny Moore and ernon Clark cir-
well enough of them to pay a thousand
dollar premium for them. The issue is
for twenty years at six per cent. The
high school will be erected at once in
order that it may be ready when the
fall term opens.
MR. WELLS RESIGNS. News has
reached here to the effect that R.
12. Wells has resigned his .position
as general manager of the Salt Lake
railroad. Mr. Wells has been claimed
In recent years as an Arizona prod
uct, for he was at one time assis
tant general manager of the S. F.
P. & P. before associating himself
with the Salt Iike line. Nothing
Is known here of his plans for the
NEW RESTAURANT Everett Self
vesterdav opened a new restaurant
the" Arizona Fire In-lculatt-d among the business men. ami
,. -w,nnrn thinks in a little less than three jerks of the
proverbial lamns uu nau mai'u;"-"
$130 worth of the coveted paste-
ir.k ThP merchants seemea
tickled to pieces have the opportunity
to subscribe to so good a cause, and
the chief thinks there will be no dif
ficulty in disposing of at least five
hundred tickets. The ball will be held
nvt Mnmlav evening in Patrick hall.
The tickets are one dollar and the
,..,r.nirto. promises full measure
pressed down and running over.
LAID TO REST The funeral of the
into Euirene Snencer. who (lieu baiur-
dav. was held yesterday afternoon
from the undertaking parlors of
friin,r jt Whitney, and the body con
veyed to Greenwood cemetery and in
terred In the Masonic burial grounu
h0 hnvlnir been a time-honored mem-
at Five Points that is the pride of j f.mm lind final obsequies at
The lunch, , Ilnlllr the auspices
me ceiucici -
Jacobs, J,icobson, Johnson, Jones,
Kane, Kerr, Lewis, Linney. Lnch,
K. Moore, A. A. Moore,, Murphy,
Whipple, total 21.
Nays Darker, Brooks, Craig. Cur-
rv. Drennan, uius, ijonzaiex, Giu
liani; Kelton, Maddock, Mattox,
Saxon, Wren, Speaker, total 14.
House bill .1-', the order of the
day, was set forward on the calendar
and the house went into committee
of the whole with Mr. Cocke in the
chair to consider house hill 34, the
weekly pay day bill. It was decided
to take the bill up later in connec
tion with a similar measure from the
senate, though Mr. Hall took occa
sion to denounce the circulation of a
rumor throughout the state that he
had opposed the bill during its con
sideration several days ago. The
committee rose and the house took
a recess until 2 o'clock.
At that hour it was called to or
der and after several motions were
made in the spirit of levity, all fail
ing, another recess w,is taken to
3:30. presumably to see wnai w.i
going on in the sennte chamber,
which was crowded jvHh suffragists
in support of their bill be tore tne
senate committee. At 3:30 the house
came to order again just long enough
Business in the house began with
the reporting of standing committees
and reference of bills. The com
mittee, on banking and insurance
reported house bill .ri3 and house bill
51 recommending their passage. me
were referred to the committee oi
The committee on petitions and
memorials recommended mo passing
of substitute for house bill 7 which
was placed on the calendar.
The agriculture and irrigation com
mittee reported house bill 25 recom
mending that it do not pass ,ind it
was referred to the committee of
The enrolling and engrossing com
mittee reported house joint resolution
i recommending its passage.
The printing committee reported
the nrinting of several bills.
Under the head of communications
a petition was read from the citizens
of McCabe asking for a semi-monwi
lv nav day.
A letter was read from President
fntthews of the Tempo normal en
closing blanks at the disposal of the
members of the legislature for the
nnnmntment of students In that in
stitution. The letter said that this
OUR WHITE SALE CONTINUES Z2Z?,J
Ml I fit IN IINnFRWFAR LACES and EMBROIDERIES
Divided into four lots to make the choosing easy -All crisp new garments
made in sanitary factories, with skilled labor note the special white sale
Consisting of Gowns,
Skirts, Chemises, Corset
Covers and Drawers;
goods sold lit all other
times up to 75c.
Gowns, Chemises, Skirts,
Corset Covers and Draw
ers. Extra, well made
and trimmed. Values up
TORCHON LACES Edgings
and insertions of different
widths and designs: many
matched sets; new arrivals, well
worth J0i Sale in
CLUNY BANDS Pretty, new
goods and not a yard worth
less- than 20c to 25c All in one
lot now for
Illn worm -vi-I
iiC Price, Bolt
TORCHON LACES These
come in many widths and some
matched sets Nowhere else can
ymi buy these for le.s than
lr.c a ard. Special
price 2 V
WASH TORCHON EDGINGS
These come in six yard bolts
Splendid everlasting edgings,,
worth 20c Special ln
Gowns, Chemises, long
and Short Skirts.- Corset
("oxers and Drawers. Ex
tra well made and trim-iii-d.
Values up to $1.
Gowns. Corset Covers,
Skirts, Chemises, Com
bination Suits in a great
variety of new styles.
A'nhies up to $2 00.
One-Half P7ce--Beautirul Embroidery Flouncings
NOVELTY FLOUNCES Gorgeously embroidered in open Eng
lish evelet and relief effects: 45 inches wide: wide s"3;
27 to' 45-INCH FLOUNCING Just the thing lor grad.i-.tion
dresses; hundreds of styles to choose from; the heav iVep
embroidered kind and sheer, dainty ones, for misses dre-ve.
Flouncings right for
dresses, skirts, etc.,
beautiful goods and worth
from $1.25 to $1X0 yard.
PETTICOATS Wash Pet
ticoats of gingham, solid
color or striped, trimmed
with tucks and ruffle, 90c
to $1.00 value.
APRONS Of c'nec.ced
Gingham, with shonl r
straps; worth 35c and 40c.
FLAXON Printed Flax
on. double fold and new
1912 designs; worth 20c
to 25c a yard
SALE OF PRETTY TABLL Llvtvo
iced now in such a
-.11 lir Wf ldnrls. and ThovYe pr
JSOVY IS a illicit IMMMl llltJC IU UU JJU up. . onw, i.v . fV.rmf-
wav vou'll YeadiiV see the ad vantage in buying We sold linens m this town tor t.tteen eai without
a complaint;- that speaks Tor the quality.
IMPORTED MERCERIZED TABLE LINEN
in a number of pretty patterns. This is
an extra 'piality mercerized, and will wear
and wash well. Worth r5c'
to 75e. Special
UNBLEACHED GERMAN LINEN The
regular 75c and S5c qualities, full two yards
vUV, a"d a wonderful barg.iin at
the .special price, per yard.
BLEACHED IRISH DAMASK Genuine
$1 50 n.n"ity; In many new handsome pat
terns! fit 11' twV yards wide and will wash
aiid 'wear beaiilifullv. Buy
it now at, per yard
LINEN HUCK TOWELS, in a good variety
of Urge size and well worth our former
price of 40c. Special price. I i
DRESSER SCARFS Made of bleached
linene. with hemstitched border. These
scurfs are well worth 50c. Our
HANDSOME IRISH LINEN NAPKINS
Heal Irish imported goods, in a varii-tv of
tiattorns. extra wearing finality and all
pure linen; siz.- 32x23 and worth
$ii liO dozi-n Spet ial
HALF BLEACHED DICED NAPKINS
Those come one dozen to a package; hem
med and medium size. You have always
paid fi5c for these. Now "C
$1.90 AND $2.00 NAPKINS, in cither the
dice or floral patterns, made of genuine
German linen, half bleached. Just right
Tor restaurants and boarding rt I k Q
houses Per dozen D 1
BLEACHED LINEN CRASH Bleached
pure white, all linen. IS inches wide, and
will wear splendidly. Always 1 'JXQ
st lis for 15c- a yard
Big assortment of col
lars, jabots and chemi
settes All new styles
and worth up to 45c
ILL- J -
Ladies White Buck Shoes
comes in either
button or strap,
newest 1U12 mod
el and a beautiful, high-class
that n.irt of the city.
room is modernly equipped; finished
in mission, and is a" retl addition to
the business enterprises in that part
of the city. The mime is the "Bon
Ton," and Self who was chef at Luna
park in I-os Angeles is confident of
pleasing the epicures about the.
PENNSYLVANIA DAY All Penn
sylvania's in the city and vicinity
are requested to attend the field day
exercises .at Eastlake park on Thurs
day, and a further request has been
txHiw.il to nrenare lunches for visit-
inc Kovstoners who may be in the
citv on that day. Arrangements lor
the event have been completed and a
lnrce crowd is- expected. The feature
of the afternoon will be the ball game
between the eastern and western
narts of the old home state. Each
team captain Is confident of victory.
CHARTER COMMISSION When
tiio ohnrter commission adjourned ai
its last meeting a week ago it was to
tiiPfi tonicht at which time final ac
tion will be taken on the document
l.nforr. tt is turned over to council and
the nconle. It is also expected that
ti. pnmmlssion will recommend to
council the names of fourteen deni
able candidates for the official com
mission to. be elected nnd upon whom
will devolye the duty of presenting the
chartor in its final form for adoption
HERE, TO STAY Emanuel Big
gins, tr Charleston. Illinois, father
of county . superintedent of schools.
J W Biggins, has arrived in Phoe
nix. Biggins pere has disposed of
imidinirs in Illinois and proposes
making his permanent abode in the
Salt River Valley with which he is
much impressed and which his son
iins boosted so persistently that many
from" the old home have been led to
r-.nt their lots in or near Phoenix.
The entire Biggins family is here
now except one sister.
of the Masons of this city. At the
final interment the sen-ices were con
ductd bv the pastor of the Christian
. ... iVin rrrifms
church, participated m oy w. -
and members of the J-noen
nd visiting Masons. ine
widow of the deceased -
panicd to the grave by a number of
lady friends as well as a number of
male friends and neignoors u
the family well and who join in the
heart-felt sympathy for the bereaved.
ARK OF CONFIDENCE.
During the past week, the directors
4i. a-wt Fire insurance com
pany subscribed to 25.000 shaijs of
c,..w o a full cash payment of
onn hnre. This action is a
mni- nf confidence In this
home institution. If every owner of
ill stou to realize what
!citt!nns"of this kind mean in the
upbuilding of our state, they will not
natronizc outside fire insurance com
panies ,and Vnore the home com
WARHtNT.TOX. April "8. (Special)
A hearing will be held Friday by
th hnliciarv committee of the senate
upon the confirmation of Governor
All the hotels in Butler, Pa., hav
Mr doors until January
1013 a a result tJf-nH liquor-license
applications in that town having been
,ofn,..i The Hotel Keepers' associa
tion has been working hard to get
hotels In the vicinity io
Parisian Sage Starts Hair
Growing and Increases its
No Poisonous Sugar of Lead
or Sulphur in Delightlui,
Refreshing Parisian Sage.
Mrs. C. Borchardt, No. 753 Eighth
Street, Milwaukee. Wis., writes: "I
am very much pleased with PABI
?tAV SAGE. This is my fourth bot
tle and my hair is coming In nicei
and getting thicner. t must say n
n fine hair grower."
PARI SI AN SAtiit.
is made in America
by the Giroux Man
ufacturing Co., Buf
falo. N. Y.. and the
girl with tliC Auburn
hair is on every car
ton and bottle.
If vou have dand
ruff. :f vour hair is
falling, if your scalp
itches, if vou art
u r o w i n s bald, if
your hair is dull,
faded "r Hfe's or
isn't as bright and
lustrous and fascin
ating as otlver people's, get a bottle
of delightful, refreshing PARISIAN
SAGE for onlv 50 cents at drug or
department stores or at any counter
where toilet goods arc sold.
It Js a clean, superior, quick acting
A 4 1.
the lead of the Butler managers, and hair dressing, and contains no
declrar- that they will meet with sue- Jurious substance,
cess in many instances. 1 A L. Boehmer guarantees it
entailed no expense and was of only
sentiment.il value but.it was assum
ed that students secured on recom
mendation of members of the legis
islature would feel an additional
pride in their work.
A letter was also read from the
superintendent nnd parole clerk of
the state prison; throwing the
doors open to members of
the legislature whenever they saw
fit to enter as guests of course.
Jerome miners unioti sent in a
petition asking for the weekly or
semi-monthly pay day.
Two new bills were introduced:
House bill 80 by Kirke T. Moore
to prevent the sale of milk from
diseased animals. Referred to live
stock and printing committees.
House bill 81 by Mr. Brooks per
militia and public defense. and
After the usual roll call and pray
er the senate communications were
read, including an application of R.
Allyn Leu is as legislative agent, in
vitation was received from Superin
tendent R. B. Sims, tendering to the
members the hospitality of the state
penitentiary, should they see 'fit to
A 3ingle new bill was introduced:
Senate Bill 86 by C. B. Wood, for
the regulating of. public accounting.
Second reading and reference oi
Senate Bill 81 to public service
Senate Bill S3 to labor committee.
Senate Bill S4 to labor committee.
Senate Bill 85 to education commit
Senate Bill 20 to county affairs
Senate Bill 2S to labor committee.
Seate Bit' 50 to .appropriations com
mittee. Senate took a. recess to 2 p, m.
At 1 o'clock the senate galleries were
crowded, mostly with women, to wit
ness the proceedings in the public
hearing to begin at that hour on
Senate Bill 2, the equal suffrage
bill, .introduced by Senator Hughes.
' Mrs. E. B. O'Neill was elected
chairman of the meeting and the
next hour and a half was vlevotcd to
a presentation of the equal suffrage
question from the viewpoint of the
women who want it.
At 2:30 the senate began its after
noon "session by the. reading of the
journal of Saturday." . ., - ,.
A message was received- from, the
house announcing the . passago of
House Junit Resolution 3 and House
Bill 10 Both lie on the table one
President Cunniff announce".! the
receipt of 150 copies of the enabling
act sent b" Ralph Cameron, former
delegate, for distribution; also a
number of copies of a compilation of
state papers by the civil liberty association.
A long memorial to the legislature
was read including the resolutions
passed by a meeting' held in the
Arizona School of Music Sunday
night. protesting against certain
proposed Sunday legislation as in
violation of civil liberty. It was re
ferred to the committee on judiciary.
Resolutions passed by the Phoenix
board of trade recommending the .re-
a state flag, referred to J tention of present highway laws, wi;h
amendments ii uesiraoii'. wbic .iv"
aihl referred to the committee
A message was read from the gov-
eror announcing that he ha'd signed
Senate Bill 10. the jury bill.
A remonstrance signed by many
people in Morenci, against the pass
age of Senate Bill 21. the American
labrir bill, was rea.l and referred.;to
the committee on labor. V
A petition from Wickenburg' was
road favoring the passage of the
equal suffrage bill and referred to
the committee on constitutional
The house went into committee of
the whole with .Mr. Sims In the chair
to consider the report of the commit
tee on constitutional amendments,
on substitute house bill 1. recom
mending passage as amende-.!. This is
the recall measure and an amend
ment was made providing that in the
event there is no goneral election
next fall a special election shall be
called to submit the proposed amend
ment to the people. Passage of the
Tint' as amended was recommended,
'the committee rose, the bill was sent
to the engrossing committee and after
s recess of five minutes the bill was
returned engrossed, read and passed
by a vote of 10 to 2. Messrs. Hubbell
and Breeu voting no Mr. Brown ex
cused. ' The senate confirmed the appoint
ment of W. H. Severn of Mesa City
as state veterinarian after which the
senate adjourned until tomorrow.
K . -
company's presentation of the play
is a most enjoyable one.
ARIZONA" IN STOCK.
Well Known Play Ably Presented by
World's Fair Company.
For .the seventh play of their en-ni-oinent
here the World's Fair
Stock icompariy presented August
Thomas' familiar drama of local col-
The following new bills were "in-) olV ritona" at the Empress theater
Senate Bill S7 by Homer Wood
to prevent blacklisting.
Senate Bill SS by Pace for the
maintenance of incorrigible c'nir.licn.
Senate Bill SI by Cunniff for a
semi-monthly pay day.
Senate Bill 00 by Worsiey. ' com
pensation of workmen in haztirdous
The printing committee reported
a number of bills printed.
The private corporations commit
tee reported- the following biKM which
were referred to the committee of the
Senate bill 45 recommencing pas
Senate Bill 43
Senate bill f.0. recommending ias-sac-e
as amended. Mr. Hubbell -sub
mitted a minority report to sttrike
out the iasl section.
Senate bill .51, recommending pas
sncp. Mr. Hubbell submitted a- mi
nority report to strike out' a p.trt of
one paragraph. t k
lust evening and win conunuc
same: bill for Tuesday nnd Wednes-
- - 1 : .. . ,..1 bnnii'ii I tl !
(lav. xiu p.i i "jw
Phoenix to require an extended re
view. Suffice it to say that the
World's Fair company handle it witn
the same e scellence that has marked
nverv other bill presented here, ami
among a c:ist that Is as. well bal
anced as thin one it would dc uniau
to single an'tv one for special men
tion Miss ..Madison is pretty and
loving in tUe role of Bonlta and
shines possibly better than in any of
tho former Uills. She exhioits me
Large houses were again the order
at the Coliseum last night notwith
standing it was the same old bill
that has drawn well for several days.
Tonight there, will be a complete
change of progmm and it is a pre
diction made safe by experience to
say that Manager Reeves will doubt
less have a new list of attractions,
as announced elsewhere, that will be
fully up to his high standard of ex
cellence. Reeves wants to give n
good show as sincerely as his pat
rons desire it. He has found that
good goods pay better in the long
RECORD BREAKING CROWD.
The Savov broke all Monday rec
ords last night. Edna and her com
pany pleased hundreds. Special mat
inee for ladies today. Edna will an
swer all questions. Tonight the thref
days and nights burial will start and
an all change program will happen.
Change in pictures today. Edna en
tertains the ladies at the matinee to
day. The Savoy has the feature
show. Uidies ask Edna all questions
at tho special matinee today.
Associated Press Dispatch
NASHVILLE. April S. Governor
Hopcr tonight appointed Newel San
ders, of Chattanooga, senator to suc
ceed the late Senator Taylor.
Associated Press Dispatch
SYDNEY. X. S.. W.. April 8. Sam
Langford xlefeated Sam McVcy in a
twenty round fight tonight on two
Colonel Roosevelt has planned
second political invasion of the middle
west, and his first speech, after leav-
;;c intelligent bearing and reads ing New Tork will be (temereu ...
the part in a. manner that stamps j Hinton. V.
her for a sttuient of the art. "Ari-1 Jl
zona" is rather- an ambitious .bill for( TUT
"two-a-week" itnd the performance. JohnSOll, bnOe mail.
this evening anc1 tomorrow evening
will no doubt prove faultlessly
smooth, fxs the company will then,
have tho rough ertges worn on
will be easier 2n some of the spots
that showed a little want of study
In last ovenings performance. On
the whole the World's Fair Stock
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