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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1912.
PAGE THREE, i
IS INTERESTING FROM EVERY VIEW-NOTE SPECIALS
The spring season never offered prettier styles colors or designs, than
shown here in both garments and materials. Everything that fashion says is
good for this season's wear is now on display and our large stocks, coupled
with Boston Store low prices is the combination with which we draw the
crowds. Specials are quoted that deserve special attention and wise econom
ical shoppers will pay us a visit now.
NEW "NEMO" CORSETS
Jnst arrived a shipment of the latest models
.if these famous Corsets. Those who demand
11-fitting Rowns, are those who denmnd
".E.M(J CORSETS." Wvc a style here to
lit every figure and they come in different
Kr. ides. See the latest models.
PRETTY NSW PA
An extensive collection embracing Para
White Linen, Pongee. Natural Linen and
every description. The very
newest Parasol Novelties
50c to $7.50 mlk3br
OUR APPAREL SECTION SHOWS SUPERB STYLES FOR SPRING
A r. -.idy-made garment in this day and time must have more than looks. It must he made right have good lining and Workmanship, and have absolutely correct style
That's the kind you get lure, and our many years' experience in selling women's garments in this locality has taught its what is wanted, and we are prepared to fill that
want Price, too. is an argument in favor of your buying here, and we want you to see. the new tailored suits, new silk dresses new Hn-roWe nrwi ii,. ,i,-aL ...tot.
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NEW 1912 MODELS
A great lot of new Tailored Suits in such colors
as cream, navy, champagne, tan and mixtures.
Beautifully made and finished. Newest styles
and not a suit worth less than ?22.50. Our
spot ,il $12 ."n price includes all alterations.
Women's Mannish Shirts
$1.50 Vaiues for 94c
A range of several colors to choose from at this speciitl price. They're
the "better kind" and come in white, ecru and colored stripes, other
mannish Shirts in silks priced up to $: 00 See them.
Children's-Pretty Wash Dresses
Almost every kini of .dress-Xoi Misses', Children and Juniors at
prices less than yofrcan makeflurm. Come in loth white and colored
and priced ?1 r.n to ?12.50.
It's after Easter nnd we find we have too many
Trimmed Hats. We won't juote any regular dis
count, but offer you any Trimmed Hat In our
stock at a substantial saving. See the new.
Panamas and many other new arrivals in our
millinery section. If there is any special Hat
you want made,- our milliners are ready for you,
and Boston Store millineiy means the best at a"
less price than elsewhere.
THERE'S A SWING TO
That every man likes There's a stle about our
clothes tli it makes them distinctive and stylish with
O it being fri-.ikish.
CLOTHES MADE BY L. ABT & SONS
Arv good clothes in every sense of the word nfadc
right inside and out and made from materials that
ou'll like and will give you the wear and service that
you demand in other words, yoii'll be satisfied with
the clothes you get here.
Priced $15 to $30
SEE OUR NEW STRA W
Wash Petticoats of Oingham, solid
color or strhk-d, trimmed with' tucks
and ruffle. flOc to Jl 00 value.
Printed Flaxon. double fold and
new l!U- designs; worth 20c to 2r.c
GENUINE SUESINE SILK 39c
For spring and summer Dresses.
Comes in all the newest shades and
a quality advertised by others at 45c
SILK POPLIN 47c
Comes in most wanted evening
shades. Beautiful lustre; ?.C, inches
wide. Sells everywhere at 73c a
For Satin Stripe Voiles
This material is much in favor this season, for it is a beautiful
fabric and well deserves its popularity. Comes in all the new
wanted colors and sells everywhere for 75c a yard.
For Mercerized Foulards
A big collection of pretty patterns in this pretty fabric; em
bracing the newest spring colorings. It's genuine 25c goods on
sale now for 12'2c per yard.
2 RIBBON SPECIALS
A table full of
pretty notions that
are worth up to 35c
a yard. Dresden
and Persian effects
and all stlk
Persian ,and Dres
den effects in light,
medium and dark
shades for fancy
work and millinery
Pic t "IH- yard.
DON'T MISS THESE SHOE BARGAINS
Regulation 12-button height, in
sizes 34, 4 and ir. onl Regu
lar price is $4.50.
CANVAS SHOES .
Regulitlon height, cap toe, Good
year welt, but slightly soiled:
4 and regular ?l
NEW SPRING NECKWEAR FOR OQr,
MEN : oOC
New Neckwear in cross stripes tint is so popular
ndw. Made of knitted silk and a variety of color
ings. Every other store says S0c for these.
LADIES' WHITE (J f A -
Made of coreled welt Pique, with
white heels, tailored bows; regu
lar price $2.50 to $3.fl0. Broken
In Gun Matal, Patent and Tan
Calf; newest 1012 lasts. Values in
this lot $4.no. ji.r.o and ?5.o.
Corset Cover Em
ings and Insertions.
Big tahle fjill of 35c
to 40c values.
"open work beauti
ful designs worth
up to 75c per yard.
l J' JM r. i -1 1 1 m. mi -A T.i l-ll 'I i f l i'i m
111 rf -J I-T.I. w i i I i r M - y 1 I
Vi-sr bleached white; fine ribbed; t.iped neck
and vrm holes. A splendid value at this price.
SILK HOSE -
All silk thread, with interwoven lisle heel and
t.e -g,irf--- top- regular value 65c a. pair.
THE SCENE PAINTER
IB HIS' WORKSHOP
How the Mart WltHffie Brush Does
Things ' al" the Empress.
On? of the big factors the suc
cess of the World's Fair Stock com
pany's season has been the beautiful
SCfcnic productions and Manager Kil
foll regarding this said when inter
viewed:. "Don't talk to me. Go round back
flf the theater and you will see a
Wg tall fellow covered with paint.
Tliat's the boy."
Following this advice the party in
ilicated was seen.
"Are you Mr. Marshall?"
"That's my niunc'.'the gentleman
replied. . .
"I .liave been sent hero- to interview
The artist 'hosltnted a moment and
"About what, please?"
. "The scenery. You're the artist,
arn't you?" - .. ;
He laughed and said, "You mean
paint slinger. This work is so fast i
nvo don't call it art We throw this
ton with a white wash brush. My
ivork, is a good deal like the artist
Who left an unfinished painting In a
field w'hilG he went to get a drink
of water. A cow licked It while lie
was .gone, and when he, returned he
hnd a wonderful piece of art with
big broad outlines - that his small
brushes never got him. That's the
way we paint scenery."
"Where do you work?" lie was
"Oh. -anywhere," he laughed . 'tin
the alley, over on this shed, on the
tage. A scenic artist is an itinerant
artist. He paints all over the place.
You see this big stretch of white
canvas; in a few hours it fill repre
sent the scene of the northwestern
country for "The Barrier."
"Have you ever been there?"
"N'o, but I know the country. A
scenic artist must travel all over the
world. We travel by post card, by
lecture books, by moving pictures, by
oil pointings, by any thing that will
give us tne idea ot tne country vj
must put on canvas. Many of rflV
idle hours I spend in the Coliseum
watching the moving pictures there
and they have good ones. That's
one advantage the moving pictures
have over the drama. The Lord fur
nishes the scenery for moving pic
tures, and man furnishes those for
' "Do you have much spare lime?'1
was another question.
"Oh. yes." he replied. "I take n;
day off each week,- c.-.d'- some times
I have a whole night to myself. You
know in this merry two-a-week grind
there is little difference to .us be
tween night and day. We get the
production handed to us with in
structions to get it out. No matter
when you get It out. get It out. Some
times It only takes a day. ' Some
times It means ntght and day for
"Isn't that terrible hard work?"
"Oh, yes, he yawned. "But there
is some consolation In it. The di
rector has to work as hard as 1 do
and I don't have to study parts."
"Then you don't act?"
"Xo, thank you," re replied. "I've
been painting scenery for a good
many years and it l as been over six
years-since'. I've' .seen a-show. I'm ' in. SunJu. school at 9:45. Subject
getting a nice coat of ton out nereiAre Sin.Djsease-s and Death Real?
in the sun. When I go back to Los Reading rooms are open daily except
Not Just Better
.NOT ONLY IX OL'SAXIXCJ, DYECsG-AXD-PRESSING,
BUT IX TAILORING OP ' SUITS.
AND UNDERWEAR. .PRICES ARE BlGlftL-.
BERLIN DYE WORKS 9
109 North Eirst Vvenue.
Overland 1171. ' Cons. Red 4351.
Angeles I cm tell my friends tnat
I've been to the ser shore for the
summer. You don't mind if I keep
on working while I t ilk to you do
.you. 'Bobby. he called to one of
his helpers, 'Give ino Jhat chrome
ytniow and Vandyke brown.' Fill In
that upper corner for a light blue
sky effect. Thou ask Chet if he
has thos3;se; rocks ready to pr.irt.
YVSii -know wo make rocks out of dry
goods Wioxcs; lings of straw, paint
tliemwitH" prBflllng. Thef:most beau
tiful rocky pass I ever mudo in my
life was pointed on three big piano
boxes. I was once with a company
that ordered set rocks on their scene
plot and ,a rube manager owned the
house , aritl when we arrived he had
a bigdray-- all loaded with rocks at
"What are you doing to that sky,
Bobby lie called. ,':Tjiat-s a blue
sky, not a mud: puddle: -''You took
inai nrusu oui 01 iuo nrown witnout
washing it. You know you have to
keep your brushes clean," ho said,
turning to the interviewer again,
"that is aboit the only thing that is
clean around a scenic studio. Some
times when I wash up' lii night I
look like I had a cross l)e,Vween the
scarlet fever and small poji and my
hair has been every color of the
rainbow- Well I'll hae to hurry up
this production for with the pieces
these people are putting on hpre with
two bills a week they are liable to
ask me to hurry through a produc-1
tion of 'Ben Hur.' I've lost IS !
pounds since I came here. Oh, no, '
I don't mind it, they are real people,
they pay real money and appreciate,
what you do. Yes, come again. I've j
got a few icebergs to paint tomor
row and I, think it will be .cooler
around here." j
Sunday from 2 to 4 p. m. Same ad
dress the only place wheres. literature
on Christian Science can be purchased.
The public is extended a welcome.
Church -of the Brethren.
(Dunkurds) Located on 102:: Grand
Ave.. Sunday school 3:00 p. m.
Preaching I: On p. m. Everybody invite!.
Central M.. E. Church, So.
Opposite Posteiffice. W. R. Thorn
ton, pastor. Preaching by pastor
both morning and evening, 11 a. m.
text Luke 2: 2."; 7:43 p. in text John
10: 1). Sunady school 9:45 a. m.
League 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting
7:45 p. m. Wednesday evening.
At the Churches
First Presbyterian Church.
Sunday school. 9:45 a. jn.; morning
worship 11 a. m'., sermon by the
-pastor. Rev. 117 M. Cahiiitiell. D. D..
uiiinvui, sjie leaeis us on (Anon;,
tenor solo, "Fear not Ye, O Israel"
(Buck) Mr. "Walters. Junior endeav
or. 3 v. m.; Indian service, 4 p. m.;
Senior endeavor, C:30 p.m livening
iserV'cc. 7- 30 p. m.. anthem, "Savior,
Whtn Night, involves the Sky" (SheJ
.ipyVioja, - "Gome , .Home"' .(Lassen)
Mrs?T5fUngaH'."ln' place. oC.y.lie ser
.'tnow. at this service lantern slides
wiliybe shown setting forth the work
being done and the conditions exist-
vices. Church at corner of Third Ave.
and Adams St.
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
Post office building, 'entrance on
Monroe St.. Sunday services at 11 ai
Revival at the Christian Church.
Cor. Fifth Ave. and Monroe , is at
the period of its greatest Interes..
Additions by letter, confessions or
otherwise every night. Baptismal ser
vices were held last night when a
number were immersed. The Christ
Ian people insist on the service as
a burial in water after "the form of
Jesus burial and resurrection. An
other baptismal service will be held
tonight for those coming later.- Evan
gelist will speak tonight on the in
teresting topic "The Second Coming
of Christ." Sunday will be a full
day. The day is in the language of
Mr. Harri3 "Mothers Day" of the
meeting. He urges that every one
wear a flower in the honor of moth
er. Sunday 11 a. m. sermon "The
Discovery of Christ." At three o'clock
in the afterneon there will b& a great
mass meeting of women. Those from
all churches are invited. At that time
the Evangelist will deliver his strong
lecture entitled "The Power of Wo
manhood". The evening service 7:30
o'clock will be the crowning service
or "Mothers . Sunday" at which time
Evangelist Harris will deliver his
great lecture entitled "Mother, Home
and Heaven." Come early, get a good
'seat and enjoy the song service. Spo
! cial music.
Services will be held today, first
Sunday after Easter, in Trinity Pro
cathedral, Soutlt Second avenue fac
ing the courthouse, the Rev. William
J. Scarlett vice-rector as follows:
Kindergarten and Sunday school at
9:45 o'clock: Morning prayer sjnd ser
mon at 11 o'clock. At the latter ser
vico the choir under 'direction of Mrs.
Defty will give the following selec
tions: Organ voluntary. Andante con
mote. H. Matthison-Hanson; Venitc,
Elvcy: Te Deum, D. Buck; Bcnedfc-tus,-
XovcKo; Offertory solo. Open the
Gate, Mrs. J. Khapp, sung by Miss
Alexander; Postlude. T. Dubois, Miss
Bessie Alexander is siging the so
prano narts during the absence of
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. John Rauh wishes to extend
her heartfelt thanks to the Knights
of Columbus, friends and neighbors
for their kindness during the illness
and at the death of her husband.
John RjiuW. bk
F'rst Baptist Church.
J. Harvey Deere,, D. D pastor.
The pastor will preach at both hours
Sunday. "Ploughing and Ploughmen"
will bo the subject atl:Q0 o'clock.
It is hoped that the. services' Avill wit
ness the lining iip of sonTe vho were
won during the revMilffort,- Tiie
Sunday school will meet--.at 9:45.
There are .classes ,and. competent
teachers for all. OrcJfestra. The
sterioptican -will be- ustr,linthe B. Y.
Pl'-U.r, service at G:'30.,.,-.At- 7:30 the
popular ' -series of. sermons brt "Xew
Feathers on' Old Arrows" will be be
gun. The first senno'h'i w.ill be on
"The Roundup" a nhost appropriate
theme in 'this. Western countp-., The
general public is invited to all the
services of the day. and especially to
the evening service on account or the
series. The church te located on the
corner or Third Ave. and Monroe
street: . ?
GREAT NEW YORK PREACHER
TALKS ABOUT THE NEXT
Charles E. Jefferson, pastor of
Broadway Tabernacle in Xew York
City, writes in the April Woman's
Home Companion ,a wonderfully in
teresting article, in which he says
"When one is tempted to cjmplajn
because God does not let us know in
this world what we are going to be
and do In the next. let him remem
ber that it is the nature of love "to
delight in the giving and receiving of
surprses. Parents do not tell their
children In advance what they an;
going to give them for Christmas.
By keeping their children in sus
pense thev dd to the measure of
the children's joy. It is with ignor
ance and knowledge intermingled
that boys and girls awake on. Christ
mas morning. They do not know
what Santa Claus has brought; they
are sure, however, that it is some
thing fine. The knowledge and the
ignorance aro comUined in such pro
portions as to create a loftv form
of rapture. What delight fathers and
mothers take in preparing surprises
for their children! Jf we are created
in the Image of Gol, and if our na
ture is like unto divine nature, then
Why should we hc(tate to believe
that God Himself .rejoices in sur
prising His children? If it would
make us better anil happier in the
long rim to know in this world what
we are to do in the next. He would
undoubtedly tell us. Our ignorance
Is intended to minister to our joy. We.
do not know the precise things we are
going to receive, but we are certain
they aro going to be fine. If wo,
being evil, know how to give good
gifts to our children, and understand
how to arrange tlio giving of them
In such a way as to produce the
highest possible measure of joy. how
much more will our Heavenly Father;
take delight in surprising those who
love Him, when they awake on the
eternal Easter ' morning?
MAIL ORDERS FILLED
Men's Women's and Children's Shoes
I devote my mind .and time to Shoes. I can fit you with the shoes
that will give ease, comfort and a long wear.
made on". '" "
fit the "foot.
the high arch
they fit like
I can save you money on every pair you buy from me!, If you are
hard to fit. See Johnson.
If you are going to California in the good old summer time. See
Johnson." ft r t il itii1
The Store That oaves You Money.
fPK r TAli"-rti-iii-v Cn r if "flirt rTTr Knof" t 4"f ? C
your Sunday Dinner. The cooking here is different,
that is the reason why, our patronage increases
dailv. fen onlv to wait on vou.
35 West Adams St.