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Til Fi ARIZONA IJKPUBLIOAN, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1914
PAGE THREE H fcfj fief' liw-.jjwlwl J$& w 1 I SUN FETE and life PR III, I BpiW7 f ELKS REUNION I A I ll ry '- 1 THK DK.MANI) FOlMUKSSKK, GOWNS, SUITS AND ACCKSSOKMKS FOR I". . QAV I II t " 4 C f ftY. THIS WHKK'S OCCASIONS WILL UK MANY AND VARIKD. YOUR- ':. ",' , ,. U M ' ! .1 L Al SFLF, IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL IMIOFNIX, WANT TO f J ly'g&f. YSfeiv I I LOOK YOUR 1JKST. TH IS M F ANS WF OFFKR YOU I N OUR M y, ' I I 1 Wi rr-r AWW Simifrs. Dfp aimd li taarv , V'r ' V I II II II i " in , ycv UM WW tin K CIIOICFST, MOST SYLISII AND UI'-TO-TII F-MINUT F GARMFNTS IN ALL JMIOFNIX A MUTUAL PLFASURF FOR YOU TO SFF TIIFM AND US TO SHOW Til KM ehic- fliJliner $UJ FREWCHY CREATIONS IN fflLLIMEEY 1 We arc pleased to advise the arrival of some very late ideas in new Pattern and Street Hats that arc the culmination of the Season's dressiest and most approved styles. These are positively exclusive I uodcls, siiiireme in elegance, style and ..canty. We are also showing some styl. s, entirely different, in the now "Wnltian" and "Madame I uti ) j;nli t i r" shapes that are certainly fetching. .Also many new Street ami Tailored Hats that are mure than pleasing in style, value ami price. Tn clean tip, before Isti Hy Week, as many of our made and ready trimmed Hats as possible. We offer yon yonr choice of any trimmed, Pattern or Tailored liat now in stock at the special liscur.nl of One-Fourth Off Ask to see the nifty new Panamas we have just re ceived, the hat of Hats for Arizona wear. DAINTY NECKWEAR The ideas in Festivity Week Neckwear arc many and varied, each one a thing of honuty, each one a style unto itself. The high roll collars in dainty Shtidow Lace and Nets are very effective, the Louis XXI collars very pleasing. The Minarctte Fronts Chic and stylish. The chemisettes the one finishing touch to the many dresses and gowns. While the many collar and cuff sets, fancy neck pieces and ruches are all pleasing, ranging in price 6" from & THF CRFAM OF FASHION unn Our Festivity AYcek showing of man-tailored Silk Suits are what is ltein- shownn in exclusive Fastern centers, the styles you will see on Fifth avenue and the Jlois. It seems as if designers have readied the limit when design in ",' such Suits as these, nothing more to lie desired. The mate rials are rich, varied and hcautiful running the full 'aiiiut of colors in Moired Poplin, Fnlish Poplin, Chiffon Taffeta and .vloiie Silk in such ultra colors as Kind's IJlue, Lahrador Plue, Wisteria, Copenhagen, Copper, Amazon, Navy, Green and I Mack, all sizes ramnnu' (of fJ) E? (dc in price from p)iO Kxcfjiticnitlly strong is our showing m' $;:rjm ni.Mlrls tU'Al more, hut a leader with us. models that are worth CLASSY IDEA BLOU Dresses for Every Occasion dinner unbine a styh tin- am! ir reqnisiii s For the home, street, church, theatre, dance ment that is right and proper garments that that makes them the much wanted dresses. We are showing some elegant models in Dolly Vanlen Crepes, l'rinied Crepe de Chines, Pompadour Crepes, Moired Silks and Chiffon Silks in all the Season's most wanted colois such as Wisteria, Tango, Ice Ulue, King's Clue, Invisible Cn-cn, Copenhagen, Navv and lilack ;;,,, $ 1 3oSO to $47oBO Dainty !.ing'i'i'S that are simply beautiful in tin- finest of Voillcs, (he Crepicst of Crepe, the sheeriest of llatistes, the best if ltatines, all in the most popular and stylish mod-ds, every size from misses' 14 to 46 bust, ranging in (HP price, from ONK-FOI'RTH OFF ON A I Ad T1IF I'.AI.AX" OF OCR TAU.OKKD WOOL SI ITS AM) SI'ItlXO COATS MANV iF THE STYI.KS ARK KXCIA'SIVF. AND W1I.1. C.F (IKKAThY WORN IN F.ARI.Y FAId.. Kxti-eniely classy creations, chic and novel we feature and specialize on such superior make of AVoinen's Waists and I Mouses as l."IV" -I 1 1 l l.1 1 i.'l f 4 Waists lliat are re- lionized, whert ever shivn and worn as the premier Waists of all. We have a most comprehensive showing of many new models in F.gvptian Silk Crepe. Crepe de Chine, Tub Silks, French Voile, Crepe Iiolirctte, Sheer Tissue and Fine liatiste. I hese come in all sizes from .,4 to 4 ouch and every one ,4 ..-inicme model, in latest approved styles, beautifully trimmed in finest of laces, daintiest of broideries, baby tucks and hand work embroidery. Everyone a value at from B IM MEW made em - lo7S to $1; Just receive. a now line of new model Balkan and Middy lilouses that are entirely different from all previous showings, all sizes from (f 5 e to $ 1 FAMCY PARASOLJ Positively the very latest ideas and creations in Easter Sunshades. They are cer tainly beautiful, the colorings in keeping with the rich turns of the season. Shapes that are ultra and pretty, principal among the many being the Tango, the Valevei, the Tangier, the Hesitation, al entirely new, each one pleasing. Many of these are exclusive showing only one of each style and coloring, ranging in price from 1 .SO to k Gloves "Kayser" The Glove of supreme satisfaction, the Silk Clove that is absolutely guaranteed. These we are showing in L'-clasp and m-button lengths in PiacK, wnue, tans, grey aim pons'.-' at per pair, from Kayser Silk Hose in all colors and sizes in black, white and colors, at per pair 1. 1 i N Diamond &, Bro. PhomA-friimjt?$201?2i9 EasiWgSy ... fiSRED CROSS" SHOES They bend with your foot the Seasi n's lasts and models and supreme In elegance, perfect in style, satisfactory in wear a shoe that we are proud jto have on our shelves. Especial! strong is our sln.wing of the new pumps. The new Sandals. The new Oxfords in l'atent Kid, French Kid, V'ici, Gun Metal anil Nubuok. A last anil model to fit everv foot. When text you think Shoes think "Red Cross" you will be pleased. l'er pair ew Mode! Corsets The Corset that gives added grace and beauty to the figure the Corset tiiat should be worn with the late model gowns, dresses and suits, the one Corset that gives entire satisfaction. WARNER'S FRONT DACE CORSETS These we are. showing in the new models in several different styles. very pleasing at (53) IE from ty3)fc3oV ; A Diamond & Bro. PoeniK-frqmiMf 201 219 M iVjyhl SPECIAL PROGRAM AT CENTRAL H. I CHURCH Central Methodist church is ar ranging for one of the biggest days in its history Easter Sunday. At 7 o'clock the Epworth League will hold a sunrise prayer meeting, to which everyone is invited. The service will be. in the nature of a song and praise service. Miss Margaret Alsap will have charge of the meeting. At 9:45 a. m. the Sunday school will meet in its organized classes for a study of the lesson, "The Journey to Em- mans" (Luke xxiv., i:'.-35). At 11 o'clock the pastor will preach on "The Resurrection." The choir has prepared special Easter music for this service. Two tint hems will be sung, . "Awake, Thou That Sleepest" (Greene) and "Triumphant Strains Arise" (Chipman). At the close of this service, a class of sixty persons will be taken into the church, with appropriate ceremony. The young people of the church will spend the afternoon in visiting and carrying Easter joy to those who tire unable to get out. At fi:30 p. m. the Ep worth League will hohl its special Easter service. The junior pastor will speak on "Lessons of the Res urrection." Special music kas been prepared for this service also. Miss Margaret Alsap and Mr. C. N. Carr will sing solos. At 7:30 o'clock in the evening, the Choral Society of I'hoeni.v, under the direction of Mr. William Conrad Mills will give the following musical program : Hymn, "Christ the Lord is Risen Today" Davidica Solo, soprano: Recit, "And God Said, Let the Earth Rring Forth Grass;" Aria, "With Verdure Clad" (Creation) Haydn Mrs. Paul Otis Brewster Chorus: "Fling Wide the Gates" Crucifixion); "God So J.oved the . World" (Crucifixion); "From the Throne of His Cross" (Cruci fixion Stainer Duct, tenor and baritone: "So Thou Liftest Thy (Crucifixion) Mr. Mills Duet, soprano Have I to Man of God" Mrs. Rivws Hymn: "All II sus' Name" ... The soloists Otis Frowsier, rad Mills, ten baritone. Rev. V. ,T. give an addre: Oivine. Petition" Stainer and Mrs. Johnson and tenor: "What o With Thee, o Elijah) . Mendelssohn dor and Mr. Mills ail the Power of Je- Hidden will he: Mrs. Paul soprano; William Con r; J. Elmer Johnson, Sims, the pastor, will s on "Immortality." Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can BE HEARD THURSDAY Slayer of Husband Probably Will Plead Self Defense; Victim to Be Buried Here Mrs. Mamie Mullanax. who shot her husband to death 'hear esido last week, was brought before Justice of the Peace Johnstone yesterday anil her arraignment in superior court was set for Thursday morning. It is considered certain that the young woman will offer self defense as the reason for the shooting. Site alleges that her husband sprang toward her while she was getting her belongings ill their tent and that she shot to save herself from harm. Claude Mullanax. the victim, will not be buried in his home in Lead Hill, Ark. A telegram has been re ceived from his father. The father states that he has no money with which to bring his hoy back home for burial. Mullanax saved a little money while in Phoenix and this will be used to defray funeral ex penses Dr. L. R. Wiggins, the Texas phy sician who killed Tap Booth in Tem pe one (lay after the Mullanax trag edy, probably will he brought into justice court Monday morning to have the date of his preliminary examination fixed. Zach Booth, father of Tap, is duo in Phoenix this week. He has noti fied friends in Phoenix that he will take an active p:irt in prosecuting the slayer of his son. HEROIC TREATMENT "The doctor told Hobbs that he : must tske a long rest, so he bought i himself an automobile." "Did that bring him rest?" "Oh, vos. He's in n nice quiet ! hospital for three months now." Boston Transcript.