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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1912.
Vour idea in Clothes can
be Easily Satisfied
by an Examination of our Suit
54inch Cream Storm Serge $1.00 Monday
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Note the width 54 inches. Another feature is the suuerb. all wool riii.-ilifv.
Absolutely fresh new goods, the very sort many women are wanting for dresses,
Phoenix Board of Trade
Would Co-ordinate All
Commercial Bodies; Uni
formity and Efficiency is
suits, and coats.
Here is a gilt-edge proposition a wonderful value-
even $1.25 would not buy similar goods elsewhere. Here Monda', yard.
Copyright 1912, AUroJ Dccksr 4 Coha
The quality of the goods the porfcclncss of fit
the 100 value we give have been the factors
causing so many, well dressed men to wear
McDoiigall & Cassou's suits.
Is Your Stock of
Our showing is the largest yet, and comprises the best of the country's best
manufacturers. Especially attractive are the new Arrow shirts. $1.50 and
$2.00. : .
The McDougall &
"Eight or Jxeturn."
BALL PAYS THE BEST
BY WILLIAM WALLACE WHITELOCK.
The eldest was John, he elected
To play the tmbyjue in. the band. . . 3x f' -He
said it had been much neglected
And thi would enhance the doin:in".l. ,
So John learned the trombone and started ' - "
A worthy position to seek
The last that was heard of his case 'twas averred . .
lie was earning: eight dollars a week.
Tlie second was tToe, he predicted .
Tlie bassoon- "would come to its own.
So Joe his poor family afflicted
With horrible sounds like ? groan.'
Then off for the AVest he departed
To show to the w r'd his technhmc
He wrote from Seattle: "They treat us
I'm setting six Uo'lart a week!"
COSTS $2500 TO EQUIP
MAJOR LEAGUE BALL CLUB
The third con was Frank, lie debated
The rro's and con's quite a while,
Dut chose the oboe, much alated.
And learned, too, to .play in fine stvlc.
Then eager for fame and for fortune.
Forth fared lie, with lug'1 mantling check
This word came from Bango r: "Pray ipardon my - anger.
I'm making five 'dollars a week!" .''"
The last son was Tom, though, the latest '
To make his appearane on earth, ,..
Of all he was most up-to-datest,
And showed, too, he knew r.is own worth.
"No trombones or bassoons or oboes!"
lie thundered. "Away with Micm all."
And Tom now makes yearly ten thousand or ncirly.
For he is tlie one who PLAYS BAL.lv.
NFAV YOHIC, April IS. The cost of
equipping a major league baseball
team of twenty-five players is some
where i the neighborhood of J2G0O
each. spring, according to a stntSincnt
by .Thomas G. Davis of the New York
Here are the Hems: . .
Seventy-two dozen baseballs, J10S0.
Ten dozen bats, ?120.
Fifty uniforms and twenty-five
Bases and plates, $25.
-Mask3, chest protectors, etc., $50.
Twenty-five sliding pads, $S5.
Moveable batting cage, ?G0.
The players purchase their own
gloves, spiked shoes and their own
bat bags and shoe .plates. The
salaries of . .ground keepers and as
sistant amount to $2300, while $500
Is spend for sodding and lawn.
.MIGHT BE WORSE.
"What's tlie trouble, old man? You
"I am. My sou wants to start a
"Oh. well, try to throw It off. He
might be wanting to buy or sell
stuff on margins." Chicago llecord-Ilcrald.
Big Clearance Sale
Everything at Cost
Will Continue Until May 1st, 1912
Men's 75c Dress Shirts, all
Men's $1.50 Shirts, all colors.. 75c
Men's $1.00 and $3.00 Shoes (Ox
fords or regular)
?2.35, $2.75, $3.50
'Men's- $15.00 Suits $8.50
Men's $20.00 Suits $13.50
Men's $3.00 and $4.00 Hats.. $2.50
Stetson Hats. $3.00 value, at $3.75
ilea's Working Shoes, $3.30 ,
value, at :225
Khaki Trousers, $1.50 value,
Suspenders, 25c value, at 19c
Boys Waists, 35c value, at 19c
Men's Summer Underwear, all
colors'; 35c value, at - 20c
Ladies' $1.50 House Dresses. .. .75c
ladles' $3.50 and $4 Waists $2.25
Calico, per yard 5c
12 c Gingham, per yard 7c
All kinds and colors of Lawn.
regular price 20c ier yard
Ladies' .Shoes, $3.50 and $4.00-
values, at : $2.25
Apron Gingham, 10c value,
Ladies' Waists, $1.50 -value,
Children's Dresses, $1.00. $1.25
value, at .', 45c and 75c
Stockings, 15c value, 3 for. ...25c
Gambric, 20c value, at 12J4c
Boys' Knee Pants, 75c Value,-
Don't Miss This Great Sale
Tlie meeting of the Commercial and
Industrial association at Washington,
April 22 will be attended by three
prominent Arizonans who will work
for the good and glory of the new
state. Carl Hayden will be there
with credentials from the. Arizona
Development Board, "Will Barnes will
represent the Phoenix 'Board of Trade
and Senator Ashurst the Preseott
Chamber oC Commerce.
The board here sees the benefit of
cooperated labors and is heartily in
favor of a national organization of
commercial bodies. The members be
lieve In the formation of a federation
of local trade organizations or a new
organization, which will embrace
minor ones, and for tlie purpose of
getting tlie subject before the public
Mr. Barnes will present to the asso
ciation the following:
Recommendations of the Phoenix
Board of Trade:
A uniform sytem for names of
commercial and development organi
zations. Avoiding tlie present con
tusion resulting on titles as board of
trade, commercial club, chamber of
Some method of providing at min
imum expense state and national char
ters. To prevent the organizng of ir
responsible people to operate through
some so-called board of trade or
chamber of commerce.
The issuing of a directory of de
velopment organizations. Same to be
placed in consular offices and
branches of state and other depart
ments to facilitate handling of in
quiries concerning any locality and
referring same to proper authorities.
A call for a meeting of develop
ment organizations same to be held
in some city (say Chicago) easier of
access than in Washington. Tlie
meeting to consider forma ton of a
national development bodv.
EXTENSION IS MADE
ON ASSESSMENT SIX
Dut Payment of First Half Must be
Made on May 1 or All Be
comes Due With Interest.
Kfnding that the money is not
needed for immediate use, the treas
urer of the Water Users has sent out
official notification that the time for
payment of the second half of as
sessment number C will be extended
from May 1 to the first of November.
The amount due on each share is
52.10. 52.23 of it is for building pow
er plants and canals and the other
fifteen cents for current and build
In consideration of the extension of
time, the first payment must be
made on or before the first of May,
otherwise the who!e amount becomes
delinquent and will be assessed one
per cent a month until paid.
If a man owns a quarter section.
his assessment is $3S4; one half falls
due on May 1 and the rest on tlie
first of November. If the first pay
ment is not made, tlie entire 5281 is
due and 43. SI is added cacii month
until final settlement.
Tlie association particularly desires
to have the attention of agents of
non-resident owners called to this
matter as a hardship will result from
any oversight on their part.
MILWAUKEE WANTS TO
STAGE AUTO RACES
Auto Enthusiasts in Northern Town
Will Make Strong Bid for
1912 Auto Classics.
Milwaukee will be an agrossive
bidder for the 1912 Vanderbilt Cup
and tlie Grand Prix automobile races.
The movement to bring the two clas
sics to Milwaukee has the endorse
ment of the Citizens Business kugue,
the active connnercial organization of
the city, and the project will be fi
nanced by the Milwaukee Dealer's as
sociation, in cooperation with tlie
league, the Chamber of Commerce
and the Greater Milwaukee associa
The Initiative was taken by the
Milwaukee Automobile Dealer's when
it became known that Savannah had
relinquished Us claim to tlie events
and in ease tlie Vanderbilt race goes
to the Long Island course, the en
thusiasts of the famous town will
still bid strongly for the Grand Prix.
The best course lies between Chicagc
and Milwaukee and second choice is
that which traverses the AVaukesha
and Milwaukee lake district. Tholake
shore route is the favorite and is
easily reached by several railroads
and electric lines.
Tlie other course over which the
Milwaukee promoters would run the
nice, should tlie first not prove
available, is located in a section vis
ited by thousands of summer re
sorters and autoists every year so
wherever the event is staged it will
bo well attended.
The Optimist After all, marriage
is the tiling. If you marry the right
woman, there Is nothing like it.
The Pessimist And if you marry,
the wrong woman, there is nothing
like it. London Opinion. -
for A-l Natural color
full yard wide and bought
to sell for $1.00 per yard.
Just 2 pieces, 100 yards,
Raj ah. and Shantung
weaves in two different
shades. A lovely silk pon
gCe that should not last
long at the 79c price.
Due of the most fashion
able dress fabrics for
spring. An extra fine
quality, strictly pure wool
and 38 inches wide. A
bona fide $1.25 cord, for
the making of tailored
suits and dresses. M fr
Extra special yardv
..' for big selection of
selling regular v up to
$1.00. Included' tire Taf
feta, Messaline and Sur
rah Silk in a vast number
of fancy designs, such as
stripes and shepherd
checks, all this season's 4
patterns and colorings.
$4.50 and $5.00
Some of the prettiest tub
dresses that ever graced a
bargain table. Built of ex
cellent quality percale and
Scotch gingham, have tho
new set-in sleeves; fresh
clean stock that must ap
peal to every thrifty woman.
For one day choice $3.98.
House Dresses $1.59
Itegular $1.7" and $2.00 Dresses
ir.ide of standard iuality Percale
and Gingham, all perfect fitting,
low neck styles; high waist line,
some with extra large Pearl buttons.
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Peerless Stock of New
$1.00 to $7.50
AVish Ave could picture here
some of the many attractive
styles on. display Moudaj'.
The variety for spring 1912
is without question the most
comprehensive on record.
Tub skirts of poplin, gros
grains, pique, rep, welt,
crash, linen and ratine in
white, natural colors and
hairline stripes. Some plain
tailor made, -others made the
fancy way. Particular men
tion is due a noveltv a
skirt built of brown linen
with all-over eyelet embroi
dery bottom and detachable
pepluni to match.
Mercerized Poplin and Pongee Sold Up to 25c per yard, Monday 15c
Something, like 30 pieces, all told Spring Dress Fabrics of excellent reputation
and superior, lustrous finish. Have added white to the many colors on special sale.
32-INCH MADRAS SHIRTING, . comes in dainty
stripes and figures of various colors, for the better
class of Men's Sldrts. Banner 20c
quality, Monday, yard
BIG LOT OF SILK MIXED NOVELTY WASH
FABRICS, consisting of popular styles in street
and evening shades, sold from -9c to 10c
Ier yaru. Ex tra special, Monday
WHITE PIQUE AND WELT Another new line of
these favorites just received. Conic in different
size cords, a strong item in the list of Dress and
Suit fabrics. Exceptional SOc quality ''J A r
xtra special yard V."JC
35 PIECES OF 25 NOVELTY V.'HITE Goods.fea
turing Crepe and Swisses, Klaxons and'.Sberrcttes
in daintiest designs, all fine and sheer; every yard
absolutely new and 27 to 32 inches Q
,id. For Mjnday. yard
Among the new arrivals
here are a number of strict
ly hand tailored suits in
cream wide wale serge
so popular this season. New
effects in skirts Aith the
high waist line, all perfect
models of the high class
tailors' art. Coats have
sewed-in dress shields and
are lined with guaranteed
satin. Tailored suits made
after our own specifica
tions; so remarkable stylish,
so cleverly tailored, so at
tractive in every way that
no woman can realize how
it is possible to offer such
garments for the money.
A bran new line never shown be
fore. High waist line models,
strictly man tailored, of cream all
wool French serge that ia silk
striped. Two styles; one trim
med with buttons in front, the
other shows buttons on the side.
Srand values at S7 and S7.50
$27.50 and $30
Strictly man-ta'ilored cor
rect to the minute of
smartest spring fabrics. The
cleverest models, reflecting
the wonders of fashion's
whim. Suits built of serge,
whipcord and Scotch mix
tures in "the season's best
colors plain tailored and
elaborate effects, including,
those trimmed iu ratine.
are creating all kinds of favorable
comment. .At the present rate of
selling there won't be many left
by Monday night. Uemembcr tlie
etticoats in question are ?3.50
md ?4.00 grades of taffeta or mes
caline again Monday ....SX.9S
Silk Lisle Hose Monday 19c
To. 2-10 Extra fine quality "Gordon"
Dye Hose for women. Have reinforced
garter top, spliced heels and toes, in
black, Avhite and many colors extra
special Monday, 29c per pair.
Natural Color Dress Linen 25c
Another extra ordinary Linen Value; a
strong, firm quality, popular weave and
Aveight, just the ticket for Skirts, Dust
ers, Suits and Dresses: 36 inches wide;
extra special 25c per yard..