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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1911.
PAGE FIVE "--: p ne-on maL "When woman gets the vote she' will best man. She will turn himround her finger as the'housewife turned .the rid dle." The speaker was Miss Alice. Paul, a very ardent s'ufTragctte of Philadelphia. She resumed, with a somewhat bitter smile: "A business, man said to his wife at dinner: . " 'Here is ft rjddle for you, my dear: Why is a husband like dough?' "The answer to this riddle was, 'Be cause a woman needs him.' The busi ness man expected his wife to give the riddle up, of-else-to-guess'that answer. But his wife said calmly: "Why Is a husband like dough, eh? Well, I suppose It's because he's so hard to get off one's hand.'" CIncin-' natl Express. o SKIRTS The spring skirts will be about two yards wide, some of them a little more and some probably a little less. The panel bact and front is the pop ular feature at present. Qaily Fashion "Talks BY MAY MAHTON s I. f..: ml-1 A SMART SPRING COSTUME. HORTviaunty bolero coats are among the features of tbe spring. This - ii-j -.i i ii, mrl -aAtVi mvt nortinn at the front. one -13 nnisncu wuu u iiuvci vuimi - . that mean perfect fit at the same time that they provide effective oppor- of embroidery of materials of the kind. The skirt is made in four pieces over-lapped a t front and back, and the suit is excep tionally distinctive. In the illustration, it is made of broad cloth trimmed with satin but it will be found appropriate for all seasonable materials. Satin is one of the smart est of all fabrics for coat snits. Mohair promises to be extensively worn this season and' the new ones with threads of wool are wonder fully beautiful. One of these would make a most satis factory suit and there arc a great many rough and novelty materials on the market that are in every way charming. Later, the same model would be a good one for linen and pongee. The coat can be made with out the trimming at the armholes and with plainer sleeves and the back can be finished with a straight band at the lower edge, instead of a shaped one, so that the effect can be varied to suit in dividual taste. For a woman of medium size the coat will require 2i yards of ma terial 27 inches wide, lli yards 44 or 52 inches wide, with iH yards 20 inches wide for the trimming. For the skirt will be needed ' 5ZA yards 27, 4 yards 44 or 21 yards 52 finches wide when'mater ial has cither fig ure or nap, 2ji yards 44 when ma terial has neither figure nor nap. A May Manton pattern of the coat. No. 6932, sizes 34. to 42 inches bust, 1 or of the skirt, No. 6898, sizes 22 to 32 inches waist, will be 'mailed to any address by the Fashion Depart ment of this paper, on receipt of ten cents for each. (If in haste send an additional two m' f, HiBI "FT .. n.hfiis .nil n 1 ( 1 ,u..h ni l 1 1 i 1 ' wit iiiiii 11 fiiii iinaii 11 m i it . U MM m ill V'- .. 1 l- . f I u k mmna mnrn nrnmnf flplivpPV. y cent stamp ior ieiu:r pusumc, u.u "-- - 6932 Bolero Coat, 34 to 42 bust. 6S98 Four-Piece' Skirt, 22 to 32 waist. FILL -OUT THIS BLANX1 .190. ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, Phoenix, Ariz. . Please order for me, 10 cents herewith to cover your charges: Pattern No Size .- Name 7. Address . NOTE: These Patterns are ordered for you from Chicago and require ahout 10 days to get them to you. Safety Deposit Boxes TT IS REASONABLY certain that almost 1 every bureau drawer is the receptacle of valuable papers that the owners could ill afford to lose. When we planned our new building we designed an especially large and perfectly equipped fire and bur glar proof safety deposit vault, with pri vate boxes of sizes to meet the require ments of every person who wishes to pre serve papers or jewelry against possible loss. The system is interestingly perfect. Come in and see it. 'You will want a pri- vate box rates are Reasonable. We want you to see our New Home. NA TIONAL BANK OF ARIZONA CEMENT PLANT MAY MEAN BUILDING ROOM WILL BE TURNING OUT FIN ISHED PRODUCT BY EARLY FALL. Company Places Another Block of Stock On Market In Order to Erect Mill. ESTABLISAED 1881 Interest on Term Deposits Safety Deposit Boxes Persons who are . familiar withthe operations of the Arizona Portland Cement company and who know that tile mill that concern is erecting five miles east of Phoenix on . the Tempe road will be producing cement in ear ly fall, are predicting a building boom in Phoenix next winter as a re sult. All the machinery and buildings have been brought down from Roose velt and are already on the ground. All the grading and much of the ex cavating for the new plant has been done and it is expected that the work of setting up the machinery will 'be gin In three or. four weeks. About three months will be required to get everything in running order, so it is possible that the mill will be turn ing out cement in August. At present the company is making financial arrangements to complete the erection of its mill. Several call meetings have been held recently to discuss the concern's finances and last Friday It was decided to place 80,000 shares of stock, comprising part of what is known as "Series A," on the market at the old price, 25 cents a share. Par value is $1 and the officers of the company are con fident that the stock will be worth that much In a very few months. Two of the strongest financial men of the city have been added to the board of directors. These men arc Emil Ganz and Frank M. Avis, botn of whom are now taking a great in terest In the affairs of the company. Mr. Ganz has been elected vice president. A. G. Hulett and Mr. -Avis have been appointed general sales agents for the company's stock. A full in vestigation on the part of everyone is Invited. Many people have made a thorough investigation of the claims of the Arizona-Portland Cement com pany and everyone has been favorably impressed. The company has no bet ter boosters than Its own stockhold ers. A radical departure from the usual method of selling stock has been ta ken. Anyone subscribing for a por tion of this last 80,000 shares to be placed on the market does so with the condition attached that he does not have to take the stock unless the entire block is subscribed for. Xo one will put his money Into a propo sition that ha not enough cash on hand to place Itself on a producing basis. Besides, the extra time gives subscribers an opportunity to make arrangements for cash. ' The company is very fortunate in having secured competent, skilled ce ment men as employes. The general superintendent is Paul Bovard. who was the cement mill chemist for the government at Roosevelt. F. M. Tup per, who reconstructed the mill at Roosevelt and had charge of it throughout the four years that It was at the dam. Is construction superin tendent of the company. Both these men know the cement making busi ness from the ground up and know everything there is to be known about this particular mill. They have been successful In the employ of Uncle Sam and the cement -company be lieves that It could not have done better than It did in employing them both. Mr. Tupper says that the machinery should have a life of -twenty years. It was In operation at Roosevelt four years, but actually received only about three years' wear. Therefore it Is good for at least seventeen years longer. Real estate men are taking a par ticular Interest in the success of the cement company for they believe it will mean an immense increase In building operations and. of course, a demand for building sites. The com pany intends to sell cement at- prices much lower than It can be purchased for at present, for It can cut prices away down and still make a hand some profit. It is estimated that the success of the enterprise will reduce the cost of building in Phoenix one fourth. o RACER WRECKED TRIP DEFERRED If the truest rnriVin nfMi-w 3 5 enrset enn vnn eonnl nr even ArMIICTYl Dol..!n . 3 I'D M mem in the art of modern corsetry. H workmanship which are sewed in 3 (Continued from .Page 1.) engine was now chug-chugging at its highest speed, and a record was be ing made. Another twenty feet and the two boys settled back on the cushions to enjoy the five hour run out to the ranch, which. lies ten miles out from the city limits, and In a few minutes had traveled as far as Boehmer'8 drug store. It was litre that the catastrophe occurred. Riding comfortably along trying to catch up with the pedestrians on the sidewalk, both men had their mind centered on other things than their automobile, when the right rear wheel dropped off. The right rear end of the car sank to a sickening depth, while the left front end kicked up like a chorus girl. All the blood Jeft the face of Dr. Jones (not of the Maricopa coun ty Medical society.) and he clutched wildly at the arm of his friend, only to encounter thin air, for Mr. Hayes was leaving the car at the moment. He crawled out, jdmped out or fell out In some way or other, and Jones followed. The two men had a re union on the pavement before Boeh mer's and went in a few moments to take a little Xervlne for their shat tered nerves. Said Jones: "It looks as though we will have to put that trip off for a few days." "You are right," replied Hayes, und TON TON CORSETS ARE the truest expression of every corset virtue the highest achieve ment in the art of modern corsetry. Every wearer of the BON TON Corset is the proud possessor of a wealth of style, health, comfort and symmetry. TN no other medium-priced corset can you equal or even approach the style, design, fit and workmanship which are sewed in every scam of every pair of ROYAL WORCESTER Corsets. They are pre-eminently Amer ica's best corsets,-sold at prices moderate enough for any purse. TTHE WORLD-RENOWNED 1 ADJUSTO Reducing Corset, which has made the American figure famous, is presented for 1910 with an ingenious new device that en ables the wearer to reduce and mould S the entire corseted part of the form EE3 into elegant and fashionable lines. J III fc. II ffAAV'-'MI Til. 'M EE W J m about all BON TON corsets which m I There Is -a subtle charm and grace about all BON TON corsets which appeals to your finer tastes and excites your admiration and fancy. BON TON corsets are abso lutely without a rival, each model an original conception of surpass ing excellence In every detail. Ask your corsetiere to show you. RUSTABLE.BONING )YAL WORCESTER Cor- sets are the short cut to the fash ionable figure of the moment the correct foundation for the pre vailing modes in gowns. Whatever the type of figure, there is a ROYAL WORCESTER de signed to improve and beautify it. m to t C " p- RUSTABLE BONING F This .cprset marvel Is endorsed by eminent American and European specialists as the most practical reducing garment ever invented. The ADJUSTO is ideal for all types of figures average, stout or slender and is unquestionably the only corset for those of generous proportions .who would attain the stylish, graceful contour. 11 DPTC RUSTABLE BONING We Have the Exclusive Phoenix Agency We Alone in Phoenix Sell Them A. with these words they -separated, Jones to return to tho Anheuser, and Hayes to guard the remains of his racer until they could be picked up and taken to the Standard garage for repairs. " o THE GYPSIES IN EUROPE. . It Is an astonishing fact that mod ern Civilization should have beeti suc cessfully defied for so long by these strange people (the gypsies). It might be expected that there should be disputes as to the origin of the race and language of the nomad tribes which have swarmed over western Europe since the fifteenth century; and It would not seem un natural that In countries outsiUc Eu rope there should be no. available sta tistics as to their, numbers, says the London Spectator. But it is surely extraordinary thnt-In England today there should be no' official knowledge of any kind as to 4he numbers of gypsies settled among us. .Xfcarly ev ery European country appears to hnve made a better ittempt at es timating the- nulnbers. of their gypsies than we have, though II'ih "true that not all the-statistics ' obtained can be trusted. Dr. Moges Gaster, writing on this subject in the edition just pub lished of the Encyclopedia Brltannica. says that the only 'European country which has reckoned tho numbers of itsgypsics exactly4 is Hungary. In JSD3 there were 271.940 gypsies in Transleithania, of whom 243.432 were settled. 20.40G only partly settled and 8.93S nomads. The country noxt in numbers is Roumania, which held in 1895 between 200,000 and 250.000. Turkey in Europe counted 117.000 in 1903; Russia estimates the numbers at 5S.000 and Poland at 15,000; ser via has 41,000, Bosnia unci Herzego vina 18,000, Greece 10.000 and Austria 16,000." In southern and westeru Europe the countries vary strangely. Italy has 32,000 and Spain 40,000 gypsies; France possibly may have 5000, Sweden and ' Norway 1500. Denmark ! and Holland, 5000; Germany owns but' 2000, and Great Britain nobod Knousi anything about. Dr. Gas-ti-r says that some people think there are no sta tistics to be had.. Also, the number changes in England propably more rapidly than in 'any other country, owing to facilities of immigration. For instance, in February, 190th there were special' instructions Issued in Prus sia as to dealing with the gypsy nuisance. This was followed, in 1907 by u sort of "drive" of gpyfcies, with the consequence that the npmbers in this country were rccruic!d by an Irruption from Germany.' Germany alone of the countries, of western Eu rope appears to have made a series effort to deal with tho problem, and In Germany, as in Austria, u special register is kept for trading the move ments of vagrant and sedentary gypsies. AWAKENING OF THE WEST. . Looking through a directory of American artists it is found that! among those who have attained special J distinction not a few have been born west of the Alleghany mountains. Cali-1 fornia and Ohio furnish the largest quota, but Michigan, Wisconsin and Illinois are not far behind. Conspicu ous among the painters who may be placed in this category are George de Forest Brush, Gari Mclchers. Joseph de Comp, Rovert MacCameron. William M. Chase, Walter McEwen. Ernest , Lawton, Kenyon Cox, Louis Bctts, Karl Anderson, George W- Bellows, Frederic C. Frieseke. Eric Pape and Jules Guerin. and among the sculp tors. LOrado Taft, Cyrus Dallln, Gutzon Borglum Solon Bdrglum. Chester Beach. Bessie Potter Vonnoh, Eli Har vey, Charles H. N'iehaus. ,Janet Scud der, Enid Yandell, Helen FarnsWorth Mcars and Abstentia -St. Leger Eberle. At a late exhibition of the Pennsyl vania Academy of Fine Arts over 30 per cent of the artists represented cames from west of the. Allegnanlea or south of the Potomac. Leila Machlln in- Century. PRUDENCE. "t suppose you are going to say exactly what you think In the next congress?" "Yes," replied the cautious states man; "but I'm going to go slow about making up my mind as to ex actly what 'I think."1 Washington Star. 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