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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 1919
The Coolest Shopping Place in Phoenix
ONE KILLED AS
GAR PLUNGES IN
OWN A BINDER
(let your grain cut when it is ready. Don't wait
until it sets too ripe and have it shatter. You lose
too much profit by depending on your neighbor to
cut your grain on time.
Buy a McCormick
Grain binder and be assured that your grain is har
vested on time.
The 0. S. Stapley Co., Inc.
Everything in Farm Equipment
PHOENIX GLENDALE MESA
Prepare for Warm Weather
We can equip you from head to foot with wearing apparel in which you
can keep cool.
The B2st of Everything.
R. F. STAUFFER
GLENDALE'S OLDEST STORE
Sewell Electric Co.
Contracting and Appliances
SUMMER IS HERE KEEP COOL
Century Fans American Beauty and Hot Point
Edison Mazda Lamps for any purpose.
Reefer's Remedies Guaranteed to prevent and cure White Diarrhoea.
Reefer's More-Egg Tonic.
Our truck will call for your Poultry and Eggs Best Cash Prices.
Ketcham Poultry House
INSURANCE IS OUR
CALL PHONE NO. 8
and prompt attention will be given
MYERS and CARRICK
DEWEY LITTLE, Prop.
to suit the builder. 25 years' experience as
a builder. Let us help you plan and build
now. . .
People's Standard Lumber Co.
G. M. McABEE, MGR.
One woman was killed an danother
seriously injured last night when a
motor car plunged over the embank
ment and into the Arizona Canal near
the Granite Reef dam, according to in
formation which reached the sheriffs
office at a late hour. According to the
report, the body of one woman was
pinned beneath the motor car, under
the water of the canal, and could not
be extricated. The body had not been
found early this morning.
A party from the sheriff's office im
mediately started in motor cars for
the scene of the accident, but at an
early hour this morning had not been
heard from. The names of the two
women could not be learned. J
From what meager information could
be entertained from Granite Reef, it
was understood that the motor car
containing the two women and at least
one man plunged over the canal bank
near the dam and turned turtle, pin
ning one of the women beneath it. The
other woman, though injured, was re
ported rescued. Nothing was known
concerning the other member or mem
bers of the party.
Latest reports were to the effect that
the body pinned beneath the car had
not been recovered, though the waters
in the canal had been shut off.
It was reported at 3 o'clock this
morning that the body seemed to have
been washed down the canal and that
the search was being continued on this
LYNCH NEGRO IN GEORGIA
DUBLIX, Ga., May 15. James Wal
ters, a negro farm hand, accused of as
saulting a white girl, was taken away
from a deputy sheriff and lynched
near here today.
L. E. Kingman, Manager and
Office with My era & Carriek
Glendale Phone No. S
"TOGGERY" TO START
GLKNDALE, May 15. The Glendale
branch of the Toggery is putting on
a special introductory sale commenc
ing Saturday, May 17. This store is
becoming popular with the Glendale
people who desire a good line of goods
uiiuuse irom. &ucn stores as the :
Toggery are what keep trade at home, j
Big Real Estate Deal
R. T. Clark of Myers and Carriek !
sold the ranch belonging to J. F. 3wis
which is known as the old Green ranch 1
to H. S. Phillips of Montana. This !
ranch consists of eighty acres and sold
for $28,000. It is not far from town and i
is one of the best ranches in this dis- ;
More New Houses 1
Many new houses are beinir finished I
here. Luckily, some of them will be I
lor rent or for sale. With the coming
of summer the demand for houses is
increasing instead of diminishing, as
might be expected. George Protzman
is having a house built in Catlin Court,
with Frank Staggs doing the work.
Mr. Woodruff is nearly through with
a modern cottage on his block in Cat
lin Court, where he intends to build
several more. A. A. Carriek has Just
completed one house and is having the
work started on another also in Catlin
Court. The Baptist parsonage, which
will be a fine residence, is nearing
completion; C. H. Hunter is finishing
a big pebble-dash house on the block j
recently purchased in Park addition j
and numerous other residences are un- ;
der way. This goes to show that we i
I are building up, but still the demand
j exceeds the supply.
Christian Science Meeting
! The Christian Science society of
! Glendale holds regular services at the
j W. O. W. hall every Sunday morning
j at 11 o'clock, and every Wednesday
! evening at S o'clock. The subject of
I this week's lesson is, "Mortals and Im
' mortals.'' Golden text: 1 Corinthians
! 15: S3. This corruptible must put on
i incorruption. and this mortal must put
! on immortality.
j Sunday school is held every Sunday
! morning at 10 o'clock, where children
under 20 years of age are welcome.
AFFAIRS OF TINY
!odge Cars and Trucks
J. R. PEARCE, Prop.
i -. - if
KANSAS HARD WHEAT
ARIZONA SOFT WHEAT
GLENDALE MILLING CO.
F. H. GATES, Mgr.
Abdullah Bey Khouri Saadi.
Abdullah Bey Khouri Saadi is the
i director of foreign affairs in the
little government of Lebanon The
' population of this small section of
i the Holy Land is only about 250,
j 000. Since the Druse massacres of
j the Christians in 1860 the district
! has been under the protection of
I" the European powers
Use The Republican Classified Pages
ifor results read for profit.
"Nothing But Bargains ' '
Friday and Saturday Only 1 Ol
2000 yards Bleached Muslin C V
A good quality yard wide bleached muslin, an extra special.
20c HUCK TOWELS 162-3c
Rooming house and hotel special, regulation 18x35
size, plain white and red borders, (1 AK
27-INCH GINGHAMS 15c
Good quality fast colored dress ginghams, in as
sorted stripes, checks and plaids, good range "I
of colors LOK
35c SHIRTING CHEVIOTS 22c
Best quality cheviots for men's shirts, children's
dresses, house dresses and waists, light, dark and
medium colors a wonderful
35c AND 40c WASH GOODS 25c
An assortment of Voiles, Flaxons and Foulards in
light and medium colors stripes, dots and
25c DRESS VOILES 19c
Special value, cool summer dress goods, dark and
medium colors, dainty small figures, 1 Qf
special , "
25c LONG CLOTH 19c
Our special brand Orange Blossom 36 inches wide,
soft even finish, by the bolt of Yards jgj, gg
UNDERWEAR CREPE 25c
Sheer crinkle crepe for undergarments in flesh color
and white, 29 inches wide cool for summer OKp
$1.25 BED SHEETS 98c
Regulation double bed size, 72x90 inches, welded
seams of good heavy muslin, an extra Q&p
special sheet value
25c PILLOW CASES 19c
Regulation 42x36 size, made of good grade 1 Q
pillow casing, free from starch, each. -LtV
9 QUARTER SHEETING 49c
Full 81 inches wide, full double bed sheet width, ex
tra heavy standard sheeting, no dressing, JQf
extra special yard
$2.45 CRINKLE SPREADS $1.95
A special light weight bed spread for summer ser
vice, requires no ironing, full 63x90 size. C1 Af?
$2.50 BED SPREADS $1.98
Full standard crochet bed spread, assorted Mar
sailles pattern, 72x84 size, a erack-a-Jaek Ci AQ
value special at JO
bv the dozen
UNION HUCK TOWELS 25c
A buck towel, union linen, special absorbent finish,
mill run seconds, a genuine towel. ' -r
HONEY COMB-TOWELS 9c EACH
A good hard service everyday towel, good I"I A A
handy size, by the dozen t33-LUv
25c TURKISH TOWELS 15c EACH
Nice handy toilet size, 16x30 inches, good
quality, double thread tern-, each
BATH TOWELS 50c
A genuine bath towel, large enough to use for a bath
mat, 26x45 inches of good weight and finish, KAj
special value tJVIC
$2.50 BUNGALOW APRONS $L59
Real clever bungalow aprons of absolutely fast col
ored Amoskeag gingham in assorted fancy plaids,
collars, cuffs and belts of plain chambray, C A
all sizes from 36 to 44, a great value P AJ
$1.25 BUNGALOW APRONS 89c
In assorted striped and plaid ginghams, trimmed in
plain colored chambrav, ginghams in sizes QQs
from 38 to 46 " . OU
$2.00 BUNGALOW APRONS $1.29.
A classy percale and gingham Bungalow Apron, ab
solutely tub proof in a good assortment of light and
dark stvles. solid colors and fancv . (?1 OA
$5.00 GINGHAM DRESSES $3.45
An assortment of pretty plaid ginghams, trimmed in
white Pique and Poplins, good range of (J?0 J FT
sizes and colors OtL0
75c WOMEN'S UNION SUITS 49c
Summer weight union suits, fine quality,
cotton gauze, all sizes
$20.00 AND $22.50 SILK DRESSES $14.95
A wonderful collection of late model dresses in Chif
fon, Taffeta, Satin, Mescalines, Crepe de Chines and
Georgette Crepes, all the good popular and stylish
colors and fancies, full range of sizes, J?" A AJT
extra special values ipXXmUO
Trade Where It Is Cool Where Values Reign Supreme
Bargain Basement Shoe Store
WOMEN'S CANVAS FOOTWEAR
In Oxfords, Sandals, Pumps and High Cuts. A wonderful collection of cool summer footwear, all sizes
from 2i to 8. Regular retail values from $3.50 to $7.00 CI Aft TO A AK
Special Sale Prices , . . . AUU WAD
WOMEN'S LOW CUT FOOTWEAR
This line embraces Oxfords, Pumps and Sandals in a variety of styles, lasts and leathers. Really a collection
of extra value low cut footwear, all sizes from 2 to 7. " Regular retail prices from .$3.50 to $7.00. C?1 AC
Special Sale Price '. &JL.VO
WOMEN'S LOW CUT LEATHER FOOTWEAR
This lot includes Pumps, Sandals and Oxfords in plain kids, gun metal, calls. Russia calfs and Patents. All
stvles and lasts, sizes from 2y to 8. Regular retail prices $4.00 to $7.00 AT TO SA AfT
Special Sale Price........ .: .V Vk.VO.
WOMEN'S HIGH CUT FOOTWEAR
A big assortment of lace and button models with kid, patent and gun metal vamps, all cloth tops, all styles of
heels and toes standard makes including some Queeu Qualitv, sizes 21 to 8. Values up to $7.50. C?0 A K
Special Sale Price . .'. .".
MEN'S CANVAS OXFORDS
A limited quantity of these special summer shoes all sizes from 6 to 11, regular Values up to" $7.50, advise
an earlv shopping as they are really great values.' (Q A ft AND QA Afc'
Special" Sale Prices. . . . VO.0 V.O
BIG LOT OF MEN'S SHOES
In a large variety of styles and leathers and lasts, hundreds and hundreds of pairs to select from, all sizes
from 6 to 11, regular retail values from $5.00 to $7.50. JK TO C,4 Apr
Special Sale Prices 0.4D W.VO .
The Store Within a Store The Home of a Thousand Bargains