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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1909.
3 LIFE I E HOWj fHE NEW PLAN IN MASSACHUSETTS IS .: WORKING OUT Every Man May Provide For His Own Old Age With a Pension. Boston, Feb. 18. (Special corre- Snonrtnf of Tht' nprnihllcnn Th Massachusetts plan of savings bank me insurance ana old age pensions, Issued to wage earners at actual cost. Is working itself out to the great satisfaction of its enthusiastic advocates. Although the acceptance of a new principle of Insurance ran. not be universal all at once so many savings Dank policies and annuity contracts have already been written that there is now no question re- paruing tne success of the scheme, which has been cnmmnHAH fr- mo tional adoption bV the American Federation of Labor In its Denver convention and by President Roose velt in his annual message to con Kress, That the legislature of the Bay biaie in iSH'i passed a measure per mining savings banks to establish in surance departments and to Issuo in dust rial life insurance policies not to exceed $500 and old age annuities not to exceed $200 on the life of a single citizen is generally known. The law went into effect Vnv l Kn7 hut because of the nprnpss nf the Moo and the many details that had to be aaaiuiisierea, the states part of the work was not in readiness until the summer of 1908. Bv that tim stan dard forms of policies with rates cased upon the bare cost of the In surance and With nrAV'iclnna f , turn of any profits accruing haf oeen. carefully worked out by the nine Btiuarj, itooenson u. Hunter. TWO Savings banks stonrl rpaiiv In try the experiment These were the vi numan savings Dank and the Peo ple's Savimrs nnk nf Rmk-tn ni which former Governor William L. Douglas, the well known shoe manu facturer, is president. Several other savings banks, atlhough unwilling for me present to raise the $25,000 guar anty fund required by law, agreed to act as agents of these two hanks- Applications for agencies were also received last fair ana eany this winter from many welfare institutions 1 stores, manufacturing concerns an jauor unions. More than 60 agencies at the present time are offering the new iacinues to the public In various parts of the state. ' There has been no rush among workers for the savings hnnk nniiios for a certain amount of education is required to accustom people to look out tor tr.eir own protection instead oi Deing teased Into it by life Insur ance agents. Yet the total result has Iwn high ly encouraging to the judgment of mnse wno nave Deiieved that Indus trlous and thriftv wnrk.rs ai.w m spond to the advantages of Insi that costs very much less than that oi a similar kind sold by the in surance Companies dnincr nn indus trial business, and to opportunities ior oia age annuities on an easy payment plan which have never be fore been presented in this rmmtrv In some of the leading shoe factories or the state from 25 to 60 per cent of all the employees have taken out some form of savings hank ln5nrnnno Excellent results are also being reacnea in Boston department stores. The chance by personal initiative to secure an old age pension of $200 a year is appealing to many salaried people so that annuities are being bought extensively. That the need of adopting any so cialistic system of old age pensions will be removed by the operation of the voluntary pension scheme in Massachusetts is one of the hopes of the leaders of the movement who be lieve that the more American wav' to solve such difficulties as England is attempting to solve by pensions supported out or taxation Is for each individual to rharep tho cost nf nm- vidlng for his own .support in old age against the "living wage. The reports of business written as turned In at the office of the state acutary. 161 Devonshire street, this city, indicated a steady normal growth from week to week. On the principle that every kind of sound Insurance helps every oth er kind of sound insurance the life insurance companies doing business on an economical basis are not be ing injured by the competition which the savings banks have started. It PRIZE FOOD Palatable, Economical, Nourishing. A Nebr. woman has outlined the prize food in a few words, and that from personal experience: She writes "After our long experience with Grape-Nuts, I cannot say enough in its favor. We have used this food al most continually for seven rears. "We sometimes triod other adver tised breakfast foods, but we Invari ably returned to Grape-Nuts as the most pal table, economical and nourish ing of all. "When I quit tea and coffee and be gan to use Postum and Grape-Nuts, 1 was a nervous wreck. I was so Irri table I could not sleep nights, had no interest in life. "Aftrr using Grape-Nuts a short time 1 began to improve and all these ailments have disappeared and now I am a well woman. My two children have been almost raised on Grape Nuts, which they cat three times a day. "They are pictures of health and have never hud the least symptom of stomach trouble, even through the most severe seige of whooping cough they could retain Grape-Nuts when all else failed. "Grape-Nuts food has saved doctor bills, and hiis been, threfore, a most economical food for us." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich, liead "The Road to Well vills," in pkgs. "There's a Reason." Ever read the above letter? A new one appears from time to time. They are genuine, tru, and full of human interest. 20c PERSIAN LAWN, 8c Very nice sheer quality and worth regularly 20c a yard. Just 40 pieces of this. Today g DRESS GINGHAMS, 72c New Spring designs in all colorings and pat terns. These Ginghams are never sold for less than 8 l-3c. Today 7 1"2 GALATEA CLOTH, IFac This popular material Is now here In a great variety of colors and patterns. Many have been waiting for its arrival. Today 17 1"2 First Showing of Tailored Street Hats for Spring 1909 Smart classy Turbans and other stylish shapes are now on display for the first time. All the new colors. All the new shapes. Boston Store Millinery Section Siye an d Originality Are to be found here. Fabrics and Ready 'Made Gar ments all show the lines and colorings so much in demand this season. THE BOSTON STORE offers many specials for today, all fresh, new goods and priced far below the actual value. 36-INCH MOHAIRS, 59c Brand new assortment of colors, including sar net, blues, green, brown and several shades of grey. Light weight for Spring wear. To day 59 FINE MADRAS SHIRTING, 15c This material Is much in favor now and comes In white, ground with neat figures and stripes. Today 15 SERPENTINE CREPE, 19o Just arrived and certainly a fabric In demand. These have bordered edge and come in light and dark blue, tan and brown. Today X0 Beautiful Muslin Undergarments No where, time or place have you seen prettier, snowy Undermuslins than at the Boston Store now. Garments trimmed with dainty lace or em broideries, in designs that are exclusive and correct, and priced with a view to quick movement; Note these prices for today: CORSET COVERS A big lot of these, good quality trimmed with narrow embroid ery edging. 25c value MUSLIN DRAWERS Splendid value in this special. Trimmed with narrow tucks and embroidery; worth 65c. Today MUSLIN GOWNS Yoke of V-shape, trimmed with embroidery insertion and hem stitched tucks, a splendid value at 85 cents. Today I I 25c value 1UW Today at 85 cents. .f- I 5 I Today UUW i 1 II V : y f Mroonn, LtiMYYcno j MUSLIN UNDERSKIRTS S ' If S S MUSLIN GOWNS S ' J Material first class, trimmed Good material, wide sweep, MEN'S WOOL UNDERWEAR, 75c if with narrow hemstitched tucks, S trimmed in various wavs with ) Good 'ualltr' V-hape yoke . M . , ,, 5 lrlmmeu ln various ways, wun wUh neck trlmmed wth ( A flne garment in all wool, salmon color, silk i1 Today 19C I dU!t r,uffIe; 7Qr hemstitched tucks. iQ taped front, worth $1.50 a garment- To- ! 1 looay ( $1.00 values. Today I 71 65c value 5 . , ' tj S S day 75i If CORSET l COVERS CAMBRIC UNDERSKIRTS MUSLIN GOWNS ! K In a crcar varietv of stvles I Beautifully trimmed with laces I i 11 bnat idxieiy 01 siies, t and embroIdery different de- S Yoke hemstitched, narrow tucks S MEN'S KHAKI PANTS, $1.19 '! I trimmed with torchon lace-in- ? signs, dust ruffle and wide ( and embroidery Insertion. This ( ! sertlon and baby rib- 1An "weep; $1.50 value. Ofi sown Is a beauty and CQr You know what these are and that they are fl ! bon. 50c values 04C Today "OC worth 75c. Today U7L worth $1.10 a pair. All sizes up to 50 waist. tf L ' 1 ' I Today $1.19 ; l Bil )) if ff M if 1) 'li331 MENS S0X' 3 PAIR F0R 50c , II Vr V?yy IJ Jdy J iHBP Sm EjwSr it (J E-JTt S a fine assortment of colors and splendid val- . ) ues, even for 25c a pair. Today 3 'or 50 S! L,iiLir .... --g BLEACHED DOMESTIC, 6c Full yard wide and splendid value for 8 l-3c. Today, limit 12 yards to a customer (JJ BROWN DOMESTIC, 6c Good heavy quality and full yard wide, worth regularly 8 l-3c a yard. Today, limit 12 yards to a customer Qg NEW PERCALES, 122c Double fold Percales in new colors, figures, stripes, etc. . Worth 15c. Today, special price ., 12 1'2 1 m I ?r J new onus ana Dress Goods for Spring 1909 We invite inspection of the new weaves for spring wear. The colorings are beau tiful and rich. The textures are all that could be desired. Tho Boston Store Has What's Now is already evident that the total re suit will be the writing of larger amounts of insurance than ever be fore and the growth of a public de mand for forms of Insurance such as the voluntary old age pension and non-employment insurance that have not been particularly prominent In American industrial life heretofore. SANTA FE REORGANIZATION. Its Operation Will Be Divided Into Two Sections. Chicago, Feb. 23. J. W. Kendrloks second vice president of the Santa Ke railway, announced today that after March 31 the territory of the road will be divided into two operating sections The first section will be known as the Eastern and will embrace Illinois, Mis sourl, Kansas City, eastern and middle Oklahoma and the Southern Kansas divisions. The western lines will In clude the Western, Arkansas River, Colorado, New Mexico, Rio Grande and Panhandle divisions, with their branches. Q. E. Hurley is appointed general manager of the eastern lines with offices at Topeka, Kas.; C. W. Kounts will be general manager of the western lines with offices at Amarlllo, Texas. A (Continued from Page I.) ty to Issue bonds to the amount of $25,000 for the building of a court house was passed. So was the Hampton bill for the appointment of a commission to cody metalliferous mining laws, the report of the com mission, to be submitted to the next legislature. Another bill ready now to be sent to the house for action Is the meas ure of Mr. Goodrich for the abolition of the office of road overseer and the establishment of the office ot county road superintendent. This is to be an elective office and the alary Is to range from $1SOO a year to $500 according to the class of the county. Mr. Goodrich's bill for the protection of the proprietors of livery stables was passed. It was a matter of gratification to Mr. St. Charles that the O'Neill bill relating to bank reserves was passed, for he had secured an amendment to it making it a crime for bankers to hold out money on depositors and at tempt to put them off with cashiers' certificates. Mr. Burns' anti-bolcta bill was also passed. The bill Investing the territorial treasurer with the duties of the as sistant secretary was considered - in the whole committee. It was repre sented to the committee by Presi dent Hunt that the duties proposed ' to be loaded upon the treasurer are such as are usually performed by pri- vate secretaries of governors. Ac- oniingly the bill was amended by substituting "private secretary" for treasurer." The bill of Mr. Weedin transferring the Insurance fees from the office of the territorial secretary was taken up and agreed upon; also Mr. Norton's bill making weekly newspapers eligi- Io as publishers of public proceed- ngs of counties. The council received an invitation from the Phoenix R?al Estate board for an automobile ride to Granite Reef. It was accepted and though no time was agreed upon It, the ride will probably take place next Saturday. Prospective Bills. The following bills would have been ntroduced in tho house if that order f business had been reached before adjournment: By Mr. Bailey, a bill providing for the segregation of White and colored PRETTY THINGS FROM MEXICO We are displaying some handsome det'.gns in Mexican Drawn Work. If made by hand in the United States you could not begin to buy them for the money because, of the time and patience required in the making. Any person who wants to send home a present typical or life in the Southwest should by a.'l"means see this drawn work. It wi'l surely give pleasure to the receiver ar. t as shown elow Is decidedly inexpensive. Hemstitched Dollies, 6x6 Inches, ;n- tirely hand made, in an extra quality of round thread Irish linen; one row Drawn Work with center worked in the cross and crown design. Finest handiwork throughout. Only...50 Square Wheel Centerpiece, entirely J hand made; eight beautifully worked 3-inch wheels, surrounded by one inch wheels, the whole arranged round a center of fine handkerchief linen, 14 inches square. Only SI. 83 All wheel Doily, 11 inches in diam eter, made of seven -lnch worked wheels, surrounded by 30 1-inch plnin wheels; an exquisite piece of handi work. Only S1.15 Table Cloths, Scarfs, Collars and other articles. POST OFFICE NEWS STORE 136 North Center Street mm THIRD AVENUE THEATRE TONIGHT, by Special Request THE STREETER-BRYAN CO. PRESENTS "Brit, the Newsboy'' Reserved seats at Larson's Drug Store. Popular Prices, 20c, 30c and 50c. Sportsmens Headquarters A. V. GALPIN Sporting Goods for all Seasons It East Washington. SPORTING GOODS. Phoenix. Arizona. THE EXQUISITE CLEANLINESS OF OUR BAKE SHOP Appeals to particular housekeepers. Bread at S and 10 cents; delicious Dinner Rolls and Buns at 10 cents a dozen. Raspberry, Red Cherry and Gooseberry Tarts, 6c each. PHOENIX BAKERY A CONFECTIONERY. Est. 1881. Edward Eiaele. Prop. Phone M. E9. SB BACK AGAIN children in schools. ' By Mr. Shaw, to protect butchers and supply companies from corpora tions owning mines. By Mr. Doan, defining "voter" In local option elections and declaring women voters on that question and extending the electorate to all tax payers. By Mr. Hightower segregating ci ties andv towns ln local option elec- tionsw By Mr. Morris, making the busi ness of soliciting for immoral women a felony. Both house and council adjourned to ten o'clock this morning. AFTER THE GRIPPE Yinol Restored This Man's Strength "Several years ago I. was attacked by a severe case of grippe, which left ma with a hacking cough, soreness ln my chest, and bronchitis. I took nearly every kind of cough syrup sold on the market, besides medicine given me by physicians. I received no permanent relief until my druggist asked me to try Vinol, and after taking three bottles I was entirely cured. I believe Vinol to be the greatest blessing ever offered to the public, as It docs what la claimed for it." R- E. R. Hicks, Maplesvllle, Ala. The reason Vinol cures chronic coughs, colds and pulmonary troubles is because it contains tonic iron and all tbe healing and body building ele ments of cod liver oil but no oil. Vinol is also unexcelled as a strength builder for old people, delicate children, weak and run-down persons, and after sickness. VINOL Is eold in Phoenix by A. L. BOEHMER, DRUGGIST, CREAM OF WHEAT YOU WILL NOT FIND A BETTER LINE OF Ladies' White Shirt Waists IN PHOENIX THAN WE ARE NOW SHOWING. EVERY ONE A BEAU TY. COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. Salim Ackel 16 & 18 EAST WASHINGTON ST. HH-S I '1 'H"M 1 '! 'H' H.'I"H"1"M"H"M 1 1H"H"H"K"H' H"H"H' H"H"B"l"fr A BLENDED FLOUR FOR LOAF BREAD :: :: OR PASTRY :: :: "We are again putting out this popular brand of FLOUR. Give your grocer an order now. EVERY SACK GUARANTEED. rt lAriiiv i- nun m f r f t r AEE YOU LOOKING FOR SATISFACTION ? Do you desire a Piano that's satisfactory in every way? If so. this is the store to come to. Every Piano which leaves this house. 4. no matter how Inexpensive, must be absolutely perfect in tone as T well as finish, ir you have any Dotlier aoout it, jusi come anu leu us we're here to please. PTTT.TTWT T T ?Q The Home of S t SXihUlh VV lJJ O Everything Musical t l;..HH"KH"H-rWE .;t..4H4"l"tll" t n I'M i 1 1 t"H m-i-v Little Shavers THEANGELUS, Los Angeles, Calif.; C. C Loomis, Harry Loomit, Props. Cars direct to hotel from ail depots. Right In center of shopping and business districts. Close to all theaters. Rooms, single. $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00; double, $2.50, $3.00. $4.00 and $5.00. The beautiful Angelus Grill Is now open. Orphcum Orchestra. ? ought to have their Toilet Soap as carefully chosen as their moth- er's. A child's slcinis delicate; don't take chances. You're sure of purity if it comes from the ADAMS PHARMACY HENRY B. CATE, Mgr. In Hotel Adams. Tel M 243. E. T. THOMA MANUFACTURING CO. Designers and Manufacturers of ARTISTIC ELECTRIC FIXTURES. Show Rooms 22 So. 3rd Ave. Phone Main UG1.