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eoimcl f Our ess Special THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1911 The Week 10 Dozen Dresses, New Spring styles just vceeived, made in fast colored Zephyr.. Ginghams, Seer sucker and Rielettes in Laven der, ' '.Pinks,' Blues, Greys and Black" and White in checks, stripes and heat plaids. .Made round and si'fjial'e , yokes, halt' sleeves, nicely trunined in "lace, euihroidery and all-over, every sizes in stock. A genuinely good .f2.f() Dress. Sale (di fl 0P Price ..... B JL oC2 Carnival f Whit S5 Promises s ever be sue f the greatest weeks for the se o aim max. meet e mncreaise for or mimmatchable UoderoiosMos we have added many lines f aew goods 'for Sprang 1914, thus wonderral sellang of white., Thus as a sale of great am portance to every householder In Phoeailx and th The one greatest undermuslm val ue, 25 doz. Nainsook and Camhrio Night (iowns, made high neck and long sleeves and low neck, short (sleeves, trimmed in cluster tucks. emhi'(idery, insertion heading and rihhons, sizes lo, i(, 17. These are actual 7."x- good value downs. Limit 2 to each customer. d'ri( Mew Arrivals an Sprang Dress Goods Tin- new Spring Fabrics are many ami :iri-l a wide range of colors and materials to select from, all good styles anil very pleasing. The following arc a few' of tho very many we art' showing. RATIN'KS A deservedly popular and very stylish material. These we are showing in a great variety of weaves an.l weights in stteli stylish colli) as Delft hllle, .111 blue, old I'ose, Bisque tall, S!p-rU . id green. Tnbac brown, lblio, nav y Mae ami Jft (Ts U( gifo yl apricot, ranging in prices from, yal d . H?&)& (CO KTi iXtIK A very pleasing and stylish cloth comes 10 inches wide in rich shades of old rose, Muc. tan and cream- a soft (grp n ? jv easy- draping fabric, ' except ional!y .sXylish, per yard oXy JL o JL Qb2J NOVELTY HATINES in handsome Tartan plaids, I'.;.st,it weaves and Novelty checks in black and white, old blue, gendarme blue, wisteria, Saxon green, cream shell pink, Kesida gri-'-n and ilelio. Attraetiv'clv :;:;:";r::'m: $1.00 t $22S I'RINTFD CP.r:PE Id: CHINE one of the season's leaders, a dainty fabric, soft ami lustrous, easy draping, comes in rich shades of wisterias, blues, browns and greens. These show dainty floral designs in small effects, beautiful and pleasing. P5(OiB Kxtr: value, per yard 0'Q' BUOCADF:d CREPES A very pleasing soft, dinging fabric, comes in the hew pasti l shadi s and neutral tints. One of the season's nov elties. Making a rich and handsome gown. 'P(0f"o Special value, per yard U QV s an Beauitlfual Spring Suaats The styles and models this season are certainly classy. Everyone being a stylo unto itself. Distinct individuality shows strongly in every garment. Never be fore has the ait of designing been given such a range in which to create ultra stylish AYOMKX'K TAILOli-MADK SUITS as the spring season 1914. 'Many new and novel ideas and creations are employed, each one which adds attractiveness to the garment. The materials are all high grade fabrics in which many small black and white effects are shown in both checks and stripes.' Many new shades of Tans and Uhies in a variety of weaves, also (reams in Serges and liedfords, besides many novelty weaves. The Coats, when trimmed, show nothing but the richest effects. Sleeves are the new Wagl.-m, Matwing or Mikado Skirts, many arc the nifty Peg Top; others having ihe new cuff bottom, in every rospect combinations and models that are certain to please. Full range of sizes in stock ranging in price from Fifteen to Forty X VAY AH RIVALS IN HOSIERY I lur Hosiery Department has the. envi able reputation of always carrying noth ing but .hosiery of merit and quality and as such we ta'o pleasure in offer ing the following up v al numbers: ENDURANCE HOSE for women, in black, white and tan, all sizes, every pair guaranteed; extra high special heel and toe, special silk finish, new spring weight. The best hose for the price in America. per pair EIFFEL GILT EDGE The women's hose of ipiality, ex tra fine silk lisle, heavy gar ter top, special spring weight, every pair guaranteed. All sizes, special value per pair yet foot, reinforced for wear, comes in you always pay 50e for elsewhere, SILK HOSE Having lisle tops and Tans, Black and White. The kind 39c SILK IK KIT HuSE Having fine mercerized lisle top and feet. Comes in black, tan and white. A regular o5c value hose, 0)65i!"a special, per pair EIFFEL" SILK HOSE An extra good quality hose in absolutely fast black only, high spliced heel, double sole and toe, extra long lengths, deep garter top of reinforced lisle, all sizes, '(0C"1 the best $1.25 silk hose, special per pair cJ'2'(L AX ILLUSTRATION' KMPIIASIZIXO TIIK IIMJll CLASS WORK AM) QUA LIT V OF TIIK (JNDKKM USLINS WE KKATl-IiK AND CONTROL IX RIIOKXIX LVLR Y (JARMIvXT IX Til IS SALL IS TIIK PRODUCT OF THIS IMMENSE FACTORY. PETTICOAT MADE BY 500 GIRLS FOR MISS WILSON Factorv Workers Here Will Take (Sift to White House Today The girls of the D. E. Sicher white goods factory at 45 West Twenty first street have finished a hand em broidered linen petticoat for Miss Jessie Woodrow Wilson and a dele gation of three will offer it to her today. .Miss Wilson, who has visited tile factory, has made an appointment to receive them and their gift at the White House at i! o'clock. There are r 0 girls in the factory, and a general movement was started some time ago to make Miss Wilson a suitable gift. A petticoat was de cided on and each of the girls has had some part in its making. It is hand made throughout, embroidered in white witli a garland of roses, an American eagle and flag bearing the initials J. W. S. The delegates who have been elect ed to take the gift to Washington are Miss Maggie Kickers, instructor; Miss Keckie Kronfeld, head presser, and Mrs. . Ct. Hill, social service direc tor. They will leave with the pres ent at noon. The skirt is to be pack ed in a satin covered box with a bunch of lilies of the valley tied on with ribbon. The D. K. Sicher factory h;is been of interest to Miss Wilson because of its social service policy. It is the first factory of its sort in New York where the Board of Education sends teachers to instruct daily classes and where the girls get regular wages while attending classes. This is the Hand Embroidered Skirt that was presented to Miss Wilson by Employes of the Factory who make our Underinuslins See clipping "New York Sun," November 24, 1!)K. ' 1 " It V - ' ' I . ' v ' i- . .i.-" - h a;-v s ,.'vt;v '-'.",;.' Feature Values in Fine Undermuslins LOT A iver 1'H doz. garmi'nts, consisting of Oowns, Corset Covers and Drawers, (towns in high neck and slip over styles, plain and embroidery trimmed. Corset Covers, both lace and embroidery trimmed. Drawers, both open and closed styles, plain tucks and embroidery trimmed. Carrm-nts worth up to 7"ic. .Note Only T5) (O7"0 two downs to each customer (2 cS' Vs EOT H COXSISTIXC. OF CIOW.N'S, SKIRTS, IiRAWKRS, CORSET COVERS, COMI1IXA TIOXS t'ndergarments of merit and vahn specially made and purchased for our "Carnival of White." These garments are all made of extra quality materials, trimmed with good hard wearing laces and embroideries, every garment cut generously full and large. The models are all late no old styles garments that are actually worth up to one dollar each. No limit as s to quantity Buy all you wish at the special G5v(0)? "Carnival of White I'rice .,,T c CONSISTINC. OF' SKIRTS, DRAWERS, GOWNS, PRINCESS SLIPS COMBINA TIONS Exceptional quality Undermuslins, made of superior quality Camorics Nainsook and Crepi s Tir-se garments are al! absolutely this season's models to conform to the prevailing styles. The trimmings used are all first class in every respect Valenciennes or Torchon Dace, dainty needle work embroidery and wasliribbon. These are some of our leader muslins Muslins that appeal to the heart of every economical buyer, values of every one. Actually worth up to $l.".r ami $1,511. No limit as to quantity. p 'Carnival of White" I'rice I s an Dainty Embroidem's The season's choicest patterns are here for your inspection and approval. Dainty Matched Sets for Haley's wir in finest of Nainsook, and sheerest of Swisses, showing insertions, headings and edges to lo'ich. A full line of convent embroideries for Wash Dresses and Underwear having insertions and edges to match, these are made of finest of soft finished Cambric of excellent wear. Also dozens upon dozens of p.Uterns in Galoons, Headings, Insertions, Edges, All-overs and Corset Cover Embroidery. 79c $2. on A X D $2.r.ft EMBROIDERIES Beautiful creations in stylish 45-inch Flouncings, including English Voiles. Dainty Swiss and finest of Nainsooks. These are exceedingly beautiful. Doz ens of patterns to select from, and regularly worth from $2.00 to $2.5tl per yard. Embroidery Sale Price.. 7'ic AND $1.00 EMBROIDERIES A beautiful collection of rich, handsome 27-inch Demi Flouncings, in sheer Swiss, fine Nainsook and dainty Batiste; 27-inch Demi Flouncings are this season exceptionally stylish. In this assortment you will find many beautiful patterns, regularly worth up to $l.n(l yard. Embroidery Sale I'rice 0O)vL $1.50 AND $1.75 EMBROIDERIES A wonderful assortment of patterns in 27-inch, "fi-inch and 45-inch Flouncings, in Eyelet Embroidery, Plauen Embroidery, Blind work and dainty Open work designs, in Batiste, Swiss and fine Nainsook; regularly worth up to lvSiTO $1.75 yard. Embroidery Sale Price 2)$3'Vs We wish to emphasize upon the extra quality of these Embroideries positively the greatest values ever offered. French or The greatest assortment of fine ginghams in Arizona, including plain colors and fancies, full o2 inches wide, the quality you pay :i5e per yard for elsewhere, here yard 2sJSC An extra fine quality Nainsook, Extra quality Berkeley English full 3G inches wide, special finish for fine undermuslins and infant's A regular 22'1-c value. wear. Long. .Cloth, full 12 yard bolts, special smoiitli finish, usually sel ling at 20c yard, extra special, extra special 7 yards for . 1. per bolt, 12 yards ' 51, Full bleached Table Damask, mer cerized, 70 inches wide in assorted patterns. A damask usually sel ling at 5c yard and good value at that. Extra Special per yard )C REVISITING PHOENIX Henry Behr Was Here Twenty-Three Years Ago. Mr. Henry Behr of New York is on a few days visit to this city after an ab sence of 23 years. Mr. Behr is the senior member of the firm of Behr Bros. & Co., piano manufacturers, and of which product more of their output will be found in this state than any other one make of piano. Mr. Behr sees a great improvement in tlie city of Phoenix in comparison as to how it looked nearly a quarter of a century ago, a few years after he be gan distributSI)3j(!f;hr8 fianos through his local representative A. Redewill, the pioneer piano man of Arizona. Mr. Behr says he shipped his first piunft to Phoenix just about 32 years ago, and ho remembers of having some little dificulty on the routing of same be cause Maricopa was not on all the time-tables at that time and thd change' point for Phoenix was thought to be Cila Bend. Mr. Behr estimates that there are over 1200 Rehr pianos in Arizona, and according to "The Firm That Made Arizona Musical" every one of them is in first-class playing condi tion. The building activity of the city and : the paved streets commanded most of Mr. Behr's attention and he stated tliat Phoenix is the livest small city he has passed through on this trip. Of course he thought he would find good hunting' and green alfalfa fields nwarer the cor j ner of Center and Washington streets, but he probably will pass these tlisnp I pointments up contentedly in view of j an order for a carload of Behr Bros. pianos from his old agents, the Rede I will Music Co. UTILE OPPOSITION TO LICENSE LAW SEEN Pima. Apache county has the thus far paid their license fees under protest. The recipts were made up as follows: Motorcycles 71S.00 18,735.00 or.. no 14.00 305.00 Only 10 Pay Under Protest and Month's Receipts are Nearly $20,000 Through the receipts from the lic enses of motor vehicles registered in the month of January the state road fund has been enriched $10,S3S.OO and the end is not yet for it is evident that there are still in the state several liiforlred -.vehicles that have not yet been registered. Thus far "in the registration of auto mobiles Maricopa county is far and awiiy in the lead nearly half of all of the. cars and trucks being in this county. Next comes Cochise county with about a third as many and third fewest. The number of vehicles registered from each comity is as follows: Maricopa county 130S I Automobiles Pima county 350 j Extra seals and badges Mohave county 52 . Transfers ' Santa Cruz county 30 i Chauffeurs licenses Cochise county 4V45 j Coconino county 41 I Graham county 96 In avajo county f5 'Yavapai county j. 178 ! Pinal county 4Vi Gila county , 170 , Yuma county t 47 ! Apache county w 14 Greenlee county H. 27 CHANDLER ARIZONIAN BOUGHT BY MEYER $19,S3S.00 ' 2SG5 Motorcycles registered . 359 Although there has been some dis satisfaction with the licensening law in some, sections there has mot been the refusal to pay nor the objection that some, had expected, only '120 having THE WISDOM OF AGE "Are these eggs fresh?'' asked the careful housewife. "No, indeed, ma'am," responded the honest clerk. "They're old enough to know that it's impolite to talk back." Buffalo Express. THEY DO, EVERY DAY "Your sins will find you out." "'They have nothing on my duns." After being unavoidably delayed, the picture, "The Frame Up", at the Lion, beginning today. Advertisement, It Samuel A. Meyer, who for the past year has bee editor of the Chand ler Arizonan, has purchased that paper from the Chandler Improve ment company, and beginning with March 1st will run the paper on his own account. It is unnecessary to say to any one who has seen a copy of his paper that Mr. Meyer is an editor of unusual ability. He brings to the Arizonan the benefit of thor ough metropolitan training, and there is nothing amateurish and nothing of the country crossroads .style in the way he puts out a page I of news.. It is not flattery but a plain statement of fact to say that jso good a weekly newspaper issued from a suburban town of the size of j Chandler or from one many times larger has rarely ever been seen. Mr. Meyer has a genius for news, and an exceedingly felicitous manner of putting things. He modestly ad mits that under his management last year his paper gained 5o0 per cent in circulation. The hope is that during the next twelve months it will gain 500 per cent more. -o- STALE NEWS " Are you familiar with the Mexi can situation?" "Only up to S:00 o'clock this morning." Detroit Free l'ress. TOO THOROUGH Stella What is the matter with the Montessori method? Bella It doesn't leave you any thing to be taught by a nice young man. New York Ston. UPLIFTING DRAMA It ought not to be very difficult to elevate the stage. It has wings and flies. Christian Register.