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orrick'sNew York Store
Presents for Moudav and lialancc of AVeek
An under-pricc offering of
Women's Fancy Tailored Suits
$22.50 and $25.00 Suits at $19.95
$27.50 and $29.50 Suits at $24.95
$35 Suits at $29.75 $40 Suits at $34.95
Every desirable new style stands revealed in this collection. The choii encss of fabrics
and the unsurpassed tailoring will awaken tremendous enthusiasm. Newest individual
models brimful of style, charm anil tone.
Matt rials include French Wool Crepe, Gabardine. Crepe Poplin, hammered Crepe and
checks of every description. Kvery fashionable shade is represented.
The coats are short and jaunty, Kton and 13 dcro Models; the skirts feature 2 tier, ruffle.
Bustle and tunic effects a wonderful offering!
Latest Fashion developments are presented in this masterful assortment. And the de
mand for these beautiful and practical garments seems to be growing as the season ad
ances. -Suits of Silk Poplin, Moire and Radium Silk in such favorite shades us pigeon blue,
npenhagen. tango, navy, wistaria and Roman sold.
A variation of the smartest styles, portraying the quaint Bouffant, ruffled and tiered
effects from $2P.50 up.
Tango Dansant Dresses $19.50 and $25
Choose the frock of your dreams from this alluring array of line Chiffon Taffeta and
pt'ssy Willow in a galaxy of chic styles.
Bouffant, quaintly puffed and flounced! Sashes and flowing Bows of ribbon and pictur
esque touches of colored Kmaroidery, and draperies of Princess and Siiadow laces, all add
their share to the exquisiteness of these clever Models.
Tile largest assortment in the city embodying the very
latest rtvlo features, such as, minaret, ruffled, pannier,
tunic and 3 tier effects.
.Materials are Shepherd Checks, Plaids, Taffeta and
Moire remarkable values at $5 to $15.
But the item of particular interest to you should be
the Skiit of Wool Crepe and Gabardine
kins of White Pique and Natural
styies, remarkably clever garments at
Color I.inen in
pi pu'ar ;i til r
special priee of
Skirts of hc.-ivv Bagda.l and Uamie
rranted ceaseless in white, natural brown
3 tier and Minaret Models a splendid
absolutely Warr
and blue Tunic.
Linen materials
Ice'.i'" at
$5.00 t" $7.50
Those Waists
at 95c
'Many times I have seen
Waists no more charming
and stylish at almost twice
as much"
Waists of Crepe, Voile and
Lingerie, with low or high
neck, long or short sleeves.
Another great group has
replaced those that were
taken so quickly last week.
New Line Of Crepe de Chine Dresses
$14.95, $17.50 and $19.95
Charmingly beautiful Dresses, showing the new flounce, Hustle and tier ef
fects a special purchase, priced as above every fashionable new .shade in
the aggregation many surprises!
Three Piece Silk Suits at $25
Co. mines fit for any afternoon occasion and for d anting extremely rich and beautiful so practical ;.s
well as fashionable that we are selling them as fast as they come in.
Bodice of printed Crepe de Chine in Copenhagen, tango and. wistaria Skirt and Jacket of black Taf
feta magnificent Minaret styles only $'-'5.00.
New Sport Coats--" Different"
Entirely "different" from the styles worn last
season are belt'.ess and cut on Balmacaan lines
rather "Knglish." Sport Coats built of broken
chock ami verv large plaids, attractively low
priced at $10.00 $12.95
New "Balmacaan" Coats
Loose, roomy garments designed for motoring, but
they are so "smart" that nearly every woman
wants one lor street wear. " Shown in grey and
tan Scotch Tweeds .-...$10 a"1' $12.95
$1.75 Irish Linen Damask at $1.35
A double Satin Damask in beautiful patterns, 12 inches wide anil war
ranted all pure 'linen, special Monday at $1.35 per yard.
24-inch Napkins to match above at $4.35 Doz.
Huck Towels 25c
Pure Linen Hemstitched Huck
Towels, real German goods, heavy
and gooil size, with medallion to
embroider initial a towel worth
Merc. Damask 70c
A beautifully rich, sat'n fin
ished cloth the real imported ar
ticle, 72-inches wide, with a per
manent finish the best you ever
saw at 70c per yard.
HEMSTITCHED DAMASK NAPKINS of heavy quality German Linen.
lx-inch size special per dozen $3.00
HEMSTITCHED LUNCH CLOTHS All pure German Linen, in beau
tiful designs, in 3 sizes 54-inch at 3.25, .45-inch at $2.50, 3G"
in. H at 7 $1.25
SNOWY 'WHiTE PATTERN CLOTHS pure Irish Linen in a new; line
of choicest patterns all exceptionally low priced 12-4 size at $3.T5,
$-1.00 an S5.C0;. I'M size at $3.50 and $3.7.: -
at ,-$2.75 $3.00
26 Inch Chiffon Taffeta at 79c
the soft drapable Taffela Silk in tango, sky, lavender, old rose,
tan, flesh, navy, pearl grey and two tone effects special at 79c per
26-INCH HEAVY TUB SILK note the width: 38 inches in Novelty
Satin stripes as well as the staple black and white and blue and
white tier yard - $1.00
32-INCH TUB SILK in stripes of different colors, all pure silk,
special per yard 79&
Tango", A New
Bon Ton Corset
Suppleness is- the keynote of pres
ent Corset fashion long, undulating
lines from shoulder to ankle with
just a suggestion of "nipping in" at
the waist.
-In short, it is the natural figure,
and. needless to say your corset must
he right. With the Bon Ton Model
intended for you, the fashionable
contour becomes a reality.
We are showing a complete line of
new spring Models for all figures.
The Model here sketched is the
famous "Tango," No. 847. A bone
less Corset with empire bust, elas
tic gores, ribbon and elastic top at
Our Mrs. Walker is at your service
Long Silk Gloves at 79c
KJ-button length double tipped silk gloves a superior quality, with a
guarantee as broad as the one which governs our $1.25 and $1.50 Silk
Gloves in white, black, pongee and assorted greys for Monday 79c
per pair. Ox' H 1
Nub" Crepe
the genuine French article, a
beautifully soft fabric so much
in demand for the new drapings
44 inrhes wide, white or yellow
vler yard s. $1.00
4 ...
Aristo" Crepe
in other words a ripple Crepe,
very fashionable for dresses in
ky, Copenhagen, white, pigeon
blue, rose, brown and pink 27
Inches wide special, 'ard.221
I Purchases Half I'dock on
East Jefferson to .Make
Uooni for Demands on
the Company in Imme
diate Future
The growing business of the Pi
oneer Transfer company has neces
sitated the purchase of additional
downtown proerty to be used in
the operation of the company's busi
ness. There has been need for more
for the storage business. The
teams operated by the com
as well as the man", automo
that are running the streets
the company's sign on them
a place where the repairs can.
be made expeditiously, or in other,
words, a blacksmith shop and garage
operated for the company. I
In view of this situation, and the
need for its improvement, negotia
tions have been going on for some
time between the company's repre
sentatives and the owners of suit
able property, where such buildings
might be erected. These negotiations
came to a climax this week when
George Coffin, in behalf of the Tio
rcer. purchased the Thalheimer pro
perty of a half block on Jefferson
street between Fourth and Fifth.
The consideration in the case is not
given but it is understood to be in
the neighborhood of $15.(100. The
property is partially Improved.
The task of erecting barns, store
house, corrals, garage and black
smith shops will begin at once, so
that.bv the time the rush for stor
age starts at the beginning of the
summer a place will have been made
for the accommodation of the goods.
This storehouse is to be modern in
every respect pnd fireproof. By thi
time the rush begins next fall in all
lines of business, the entire new
plant will have been erected.
neering in Africa are vividly portray
ed, hp himself calls it pouring wate
on the sacrifice to see whether tl
missionary enthusiasm is kindled l'V
divine fire or not.
The address to the students v., is
mad" at our chapel assembly at
11:40 a. m. fa the eveniic; al the
iimi.'iI pn ..er meetii"; hour the chapel
was again filled. Mr. Crawford held
his audience spell bound lor an hour
and a half, while with marvelous
imagery he depicted scene after scene
of his African life. We felt with him
the thrill of joy at the meeting with
his bride at the edge of the forest,
and more than once we winced with
pain at the touch of the iron that
entered his soul."
Mr. Crawford speaks at the Pres
byterian church, Third avenue and
Adams street, this morning.
The following is from the Tark
College Hecord, Parkersville, Mo.:
"You who have heard Dan Craw
ford speak or who have read his
brilliant book, 'Thinking Black,' will
appreciate the pleasure we enjoyed
last Wednesday. Mr. Crawford has
been visiting churches and colleges
for four months past, delivering1 a
message couched in extraordinary
language and breathing a rare spirit.
The loneliness, the privations of pio-
Hy the P.. A. II.)
Masters of Momentum.
I used to think that term applied
with greatest aptness to the racing
riders of motorcycles, who hurled
themselves around mile tracks, bal
ancing their bodies on two-wheeled
machines at terrific speed, calculat
ing the deptli of the skid, and allow
ing for it, judging the amount of
slide contained in a treacherous littl"
soft streak, and preparing to exert
tl'.eir iron muscles to meet it.
For awhile, it was tue trapeze and
aerial artist of the circus to whom
I awarded that title. The aeroplane
driver teased me for a space, but I
never quite yielded the name to him.
I'm glad 1 didn't. I've found the
man to whom jt belongs.
lie is Marcus Catton. Don't try to
say that it takes more brain, muscle
and nerve to direct the four hundred
pounds of plunging man and motor
cycle, or the thousands of pounds of
racing automobile than it does to
herd three few ounce ivory balls over
an absolutely level baize coveied slab
of s'ate. I saw the Hoy Billiardist
practicing for the Hoppo scalp yes
terday. He worked out alone, cal
fulating his shots as rapidly as
though he had two personalities ana
was playing himself.
One funny thing was his total hon
esty. If he had wanted to forget to
fount that last miss he made, no
one would have blamed him, but the
slightest error was chalked up to l::
used in a study of progress.
Talk about wrangling horses, the
way that young cueist herded those
three halls would have had any be
i happed cowpuneher choked with
envy. The delicacy of his touch was
that of a surgeon cutting thiough
tough tissue right down next the
place where his patient lives, and
slicing mighty fine at that.
Marcus Catton is one of the com
ing younger set of billiardists. He is
a son of ol-j Billy Catton, a wel'
known champion of former years.
" Y.W. C.A.
The regular Young Women's Chris
tian ..'i;'oci:'tion ve-per services,
which have be-n abandoned for tin
1 !.". few ue,-!s lo allow the girls to
attend the services in the skatin v
rink, e.ill he resumed this afternoon
ai the usual boar. Mrs. lmogene l.i
Chance will have charge of the ves
per. The devotional period will be
handled by Lula Clifton, while Mrs.
1.. ?. D.'iineron will be the soloh'.L
for the afternoon.
The regular social hour, which i:t
a customary feature of the vespers.
v. i'l follow the sen ice, and tea an I
(cakes will be served. The Women
i .id girls of the city and all visitors
j are invited to be on hand.
! Another addition to the names of
contributors to the Y. W. C. A. funi!
was made jestcrday in the person of
( Mrs. 10. p. Wise, of Los Angeles, Cal..
. but formerly a resident of the Salt
: River valley. Mis. Wise is one of
tlie directors in the Y. W., and she
: tales in her letter that she is di.
Pnetily "for the work in Phoenix."
'Since the campaign at the Y. W.
I is all over there has been a change
in the appearance or the quarters
j decidedly to their advantage. New
nigs have been laid in all rooms
the furniture has been shifted, and
! a thorough cleaning and sweeping
. has been given the rooirts.
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P'viry, Death and an Unsolved
PARIS, Mai eh 21. During a
masked ball in Paris recently a man
i.nd a woman in black dominoes,
v.hoe identity was a mystery, ap
peared among the dancers.
The man spoke in a falsetto voice,
and pretended to be intoxicated, go
ing round the bibles talking to the
guests, while the woman danced hap
pily, smiling at the compliments pai I
lo her. Towards the end of the ball
an American woman missed her
l.andb-ig. containing valuable jewels,
and the man in the black -domino
was nowhere to be seen. Suddenly
the mysterious woman fell to the
fa-or and died immediately.
She was taken to a bungalow in
tin- gardens and there a doctor raised
her mask, to fir.d that she was strik
ingly beautiful. Xo clue could be
fi und to her identity.
today. Advertisement.
wa ni
j Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
' more customers than you can.
Monday at
A Special Sale of new
Hats, many of which have
only recently arrived, and
many of which have just
been made up in our effi
cient workroom.
Street, tailored and fctchingly trimmed Hats that should at
tract much attention for their distinctiveness and particularly
rich appearance.
Xot just a few, but our entire stock scheduled to sell as fol
Every $8 Model Monday for $ 6.00
Every $10 Model Monday for $ 7.50
Every $12 Model Monday for $9.00
Every $15 Model Monday for $11.25
Every $18 Model Monday for $13.50
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