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BAKER LEAVES Redfern Corsets Standard Patterns Motorcyclist Who Will A1-; tempt to lli-eak TranscUi-h illinery imental Uc'-onl to Ex plore White Mountain! District First THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, "SUNDAY MORNIxa A1UMDM2, li)U: -Hi M YOTT PAY POT? For Spring Evitv new arrivals added t mir representative and author itative showin- of aristo.-rati.- MILLINERY FOR SPRING. Here you will find all that is new and correct in Millinery. Especially do we cnipliazie our Street and Dress Hats at Moder ate Prices. Thev possess distinctive features that make them most unusual values and decidedlv worthy of your attention. Lingerie Waists An a relation of the most Hp-to-date models ex clusive designs, smartly tailored, in the new Spring fashions, ail the most desirable fabrics and materials iSturting nut I'll n pathfinding lout I ,,f nun miles, !:. C. liaio-r, the tuvr gull 111 molol c Cling, leaves iuo.-ni this mollllng Willi .Ml.U'iU.'l'lUe. 111! y metropolis ui' tlie sister destination. Hatter is f Way lor "lie of the hm ,;ouiprehensi c stunu ;,y a two-w heeler smashing of the n I ia vis lo slate, as li:S -ling mi' l-'1' si ami most ever al'.emi'l'M champion - Inv nt'.l of Voluc.' transoontinviitnl ride. ItaUcr departs at ti Willi l-'m-l Apache Mountain Indian it I'll st night's slop. :i this DioruitiK. mi lie While ;rrvaliitl as He will leave Kurt Apaciie tomorrow mornmg lieiu mi eating lip as nun h nt' lie- distance Alhuquer.lie as hit is aim-, arrange al all stations alone f..r a full Mippiy nC gasoline i ii- his U 11' tiu'ough about low.ira Jle will CH' line aiul nl, lie 1!Mt 41 West Adams St. Mrs. J. C. Mulerave ill t-5 plans tu lea lan lii'-si. i.r a early llii'i'iiini. in I'llnellis ho May either at t j gib's nn til I lie will he i that day. j The lneal liilel'S are ali.v'.nl the big tlmisier m.n-.e a r heat the twenty-day mark, eheer I'.ill) through Hie ii probably try t'i May with pari nl' liis journc. . llaker will riile liis "hi ilian. which slum! up mi the Panama Pacific nip i ago. lint when he returns find a new twu-spe.,1 na il om the factory, wi.iiit.w :.i starting point, re,;, I.- cm-. I long trip. the const. I l.i is All ui May Z. nigh, after MARICOPA lEATHERS AT INDIAN SCHOOL Randall has won the respect anil miration of the teachers of i utility. .Miss MacXuliy, of Tempe Normal, the new president, will have the support of the entire asuoc.ation tired in a hoilv to the dining hall ere dozens ot tables groaned un- ) der sumptuous plenty. The bit II was t and ad- f tire( f Maricopa win i beautifully -decorated with asparagu The luncheon was prepared by tile club cook and served b vthe students j in the work of tlie year to com. j ,,f the school. Kverything wa.s de- Tlie program opened w ith a talk ; Ib-inus; -ver. body seemed io be Election of Officers for the Next j m music by -Mrs. Luther Stewart, of u ailed mi simultaneously. If Dr. Year lilendale. ami tlie Arizona School of . Mayo were present lie would have Musi.-. Primarily. Mrs. Stewart an- j agree. I that at the Indian school the The .Maricopa t'utnily Teachers' as- ! i.ounced a course in music for public .....king problem was solved, siiciatioii, I'HO strong, held the month- I school teachers. The length of time j Alter the inner man was satisfied 1 meeting yesterday at the fnited i to finish the course uill depend upon j post-prandial speeches were delicer Slales Indian school. The subject ; tin- number "f lessons taken per : od by .Mr. (lumniel. Superintendent d.scusseii was KcoKi'upliy. Alter tin-I week and previous training. The (hiodman and Principal Stabler, meeting a luncheon was served by I outline of the course will take up ! I'resiileiit Uatidall acting as tnast the authorities of the Indian school I methods of leaching in public schools. ; master. anil this was lopped off by a mill ' practice tary parade w hich aroused rounds j it ailing, and rounds of applause. Kvery j v ritini;. tea -her present voted the mi etuis; at ; the Indian school the most cnthusi- j astir, the ,est attended, the most in- trrestinp ar.d the most enjoyable of 1 'he sear. It is the last meeting this j Mar and the spirit of sociability and ; helpfulness developed mal.es each and -very teacher look forward with ! great anticipation for the return o! ; the meeting next year. ; 'i'o the outgoing president. Prof. . Kandall, is due the success of this i teaching. harmony, sight splendid meeting and all the former ours. During his incumbency, Proi J Let the Red 1 I Electric Do Your ii The M A Red Electric ( . 1 1; ir t raining and melody e of the child voice, peda gogy, chorus directing, history of music, instrumental (enough to ac company n. terminology, choral prac tice and voice. -Mrs. Stewart wih direct the ooursi and announced after tlie meeting that she will write ;m outline and ilirce tious for the teachings of e cry month's work. This outline will ap pear in "The Arizona Teacher." he ginning with the May issue. The geography outlines for tic1 grammar presented and Miss II pared the P.ock omph Mr Hummel read a poem, tlie re frain of which was, "It is nobly good TO teach till' youth of this wih West." In conclusion. Mr. Hummel extended the thanks of the association to the teachers and authorities of the In dian school for the hospitalities that a-cro so kindh and geticroush ex tended. Superintendent ihiodman spoke of his mailt- years in the Indian service. He rejoic.., over the fact that 1'Yr laindo Hodrigu.-z, a student of the school, took second rank in scholar shii. at the Phoenix high school. Mr grades were prepared and i;o..lman iUoted figures to prov. by Miss Flock. Miss Smilhithat the Indian is going to the nuh Hillock. Miss iiglesby pic-'lic schools in greater numbers yen primary outlines. Miss by year. Mr. le.iodman appealed to extend the hand ! to 'I'd. V 11 him There is a great deal of co.mmon sense in that old saying, and it holds good today. Only yes terday it vas forcibly demonstrated to one of my customers in a blanket buy. I've always said I knev Indian handicraf c, because I know the Indian, and my guarantee to buy back any Navajo at the purchase price or more always holds good. This woman bor.ght a blanket for half price said it vas a dream in coloring, per fect weave and larger than the one she had bought from me. The man was going out of business and made the price so low that she bought the blanket from him. - There is the point I said, would you sell money for less than the market vaiu-j if it was good?" .If the Xavajo is all you claim for it jusl test it, and I iold iier !iow to do it and if it stands tlie test, I'll jus' make you a present of the liest .ir i," Pk. ,iiftWI v. tf-. mai l.esl ho( ket in 1 tic slorc. I ;i ! 1 K ( o'l IO(l. Ill She 4ore, I ut lot I 1IIV lllliei ol'l'er 1 hi' still Lm- mm& mumk wmm GOOD FeU HUOSONS R A- Tin? Irvi take it w ii The .h ma nd for !!' cording to Oscar a'-:ciit. is as good ii is good. It wil car shipment w h: of the freight car u-i i . ; fill the il.-llicnds of Ih" of. demonstl ti toi and the -a ! s In the past w . - -K It .11 so Charles K. M. I.MI: IC- liver. '1 a li aison ...!r-r 1" . nas of l-'lorcucc. Tar -ah- Spinas was a triumi salesmanship. Tin- U. S. INDIAN TRADER AND COLLECTOR 1 At the Big Curio on Adams St. HI ATHLETE BREAKS 1 WORLD HM FOB 8HIE; r Ih 1 -:' -:: points t,, l-.'I, and I'i nits. O' ci-mi'tia ADJUTANT GENERAL RETURNS '' ' 'barl.-s V. Harris, adjutant ii'-r. 1 " tin- siale, returned i-' fiom Tin .-mi, where he went 'f-u-l r'e- annual officers' scinn.1 ' id t. is coiimianded this -ar 1..- i-thill. and where Col 1; ;it i .! 01VII. 1 . . A.. 1 el ll'e. I, a d" r ..f interesting RiGHT SOUND -h: Ust.-n: 1 l,..,r : of your wife. !' lapping'.' 'i'hal'.' sized the fact that th. teachers "sraphy should be correlated iife. In the study of industries Rock would not stop with our try. Miss Smith presented some with welcome to the many red men Isiiocl. Miss inn on the door of the public school. oun-J Principal Stabler spoke (,t! the so- , clal side of the association. lb- said: 7 The Red Electric gets the M Hnt' as r nn.l arpl 1an UlULllta OUllV V.I.BI' and relieves you of all the hard work of wash day. Will do your washing and wringing each week in ninety minutes, at a cost of only 3c for electricity. Try it free for 15 days. Pay nothing down. If it thor oughly satisfies you, begin paying for it in small weekly or monthly installments. Thepriceis$50. Letusshow you the Red Electric today PACIFIC GAS and ELECTRIC CO. tct'estinfr suggestions. i JeoLtra p by ' There ought t" be a cordial re!:. -should be comparative; draw com-'tarn among us. We ought to kmm' parisons with our own soil, dimatf more of each other, for then ue hac j productions when Africa or Xorth a better opinion of each other. Ou'' ; America is studied. Altogether she comradeship should be warm, true . ill-Red that in teaching geography the and honest. A teacher thai builds 'high places be touched. .Miss Uallock I himself up by throwing another I presented an interesting and helpful ilcuvn, does not long in the profes- bibliography of text books and mnga- sion." i .ines which would he of help for ; The speeches over, the teachers ! supplementary work. Iweni to the' athletic field where from Mr. Irish, ot 'lempe, talked in-j the bleachers they reviewed a mili formally on the teaching of geopr- ; t.-irv parade furnished hy the Indian raphe. Pupils should he taught to ' school corps. There were eight lead and interpret maps for a good companies in line, about 40u students understanding of the subject. I participating. Xot a white man had Mr. Irish suggested that the teach- a thing to do with the entire drill, er do a lot of niap drawing herself Ricardo I'adillo acted as major and end believed that better results Hubert Ihirke as adjutant. Solomon would be obtained if pupils wcfellaipe was the drum major. As the supplied with outlined maps. He companies sw ung into line the teach -would begin the study of geogra phy j its applauded w ihily. It uas clear with the drawing of a rainfall map, I Mint the discipline appeah-d to the a temperature map and a wind map. ' schoolmarms and pedagogues. As He urged the teachers to use the! the teachers were filling the street government typographical maps and cars that took them to Phoenix-. L- !,l ueiti'.eiia.n is! '''lo- ;.n i s.oie ... ii... ,,,.,-t : n.-.rlv T-, .-.-s ,.1.1. bat !;. is Pant.-:, i f ' ' s.Mcon , ,,. .,., ).,-.. '-i (ihlf-.-id No - lb- N c.ittl. man an; Berry of Rcdiands Breasts Tape ,n ; ,'. ,hl ..,i ,s...t;,,IS !M..t p-r s'-cieii1" old Miner' and" an enihusia.i. as arc all' 4:25 2-5. Winning Over Rival p, - ,M,i, s...... .y; u. old ca.tleu.n. I, wa, a ,r,P omt th-; By Few Inches . I I : . v. , ,. . , , i,a . ,- hills arou.i.l f.l.'be th;.l cm. mc-.; sea..!.-..' t ic l .-,,,! i ,!:,. j : ,, .-. laP ., . . s ,- , ... ! ASSOCIATK1. I-CKSS I'TSf.'T llj i'f-.- u "t '. I- VcC ...,, ..I i : V . , .....i .. i r..im-i. ! f..i.i i "-.m .-P" . - . . - ' 1 J 1 ' . Th, nicth i; nn -i .1 Si"d.a.i n.t.-r- , . .. "l,',, jn ,il,.be t.e'.d a pi :- ' ,, hoi tioK -'--1 m.-t '- 1 U. S. C. Wins Meet NOT THE it.thh- one w:.h his i.-u iiii.-. lira, is-it.d v th- l-.-'kin. "i th- v.-.:!'.'-; i -S A V. j I i 1 .Ks. Ap.il ,;, VV ... ..... - P.eparilm t -.he another U'lp ap . a a; ! i , , , e, : c i , , -i. , S , i c inlic I'-, or.. V be a 1. -so.tl , . I , 1 1 . . : t n v . . i s , . : i . - ,,pp:: ....... lb. ,ll -..-ciahzc ,.n r -t.-rs!.':,-,uicl It.n.v. K-i. !" - -:: n..i, 'a- . - V.. ..: 'i-m !.;. i,,,,,; i i-.,:,,. i ; le jti ! '. I rn ' ' : b' "I'ut.i inters, in, l.it-i i, n... i. t.-.i nt. .. ii'-. - la;',-, for the lliliaiig I'-AIC ' n i - It)1 , mi m miwm , w , wi miiw n .1 I . -- ; " - f h:iM4H ft Jfisfe II II! If? teach use of them. I many a Mini wor.t was heard in After the discussion of geography i praise of the Indian school ami the the association settled down to busi- red men. ni'ss. It was voted to hold a ban- t u quet May 'J at the San Marcos hotel I mi Chandler. The follow ing officers j HE'S YOUNG THIS CHAMP were elected for the .next school 1 I I ASSOCIATE PltESS llISt'ATCll I LOS XMJKLKS. April 11 Carlton Wright, a Pl-year-old school bov, be- iiame amateur golf champion of ' ..outiiern . alilornia by defeating I Mollis I'hillio ,.r I',,ll i hold i . '; ' 'Mill I 'lit' U lt . GOULD KEEPS TITLE ear: president. Miss MacXulty; u e presutent. Mr. Kiimmel; secre- tary and treasurer. Mr. Judsun. President Randall explained th. plans for the institute to tie held next fall. The teachers voted t the institute during fair week. M ltandall threw open before the meet-j in5 ihe question as to w hether the association should print the outlines ! of the subjects discussed during the J rAssoctATKD press mscatoii year. It was suggested that the ex- i XKW YOKK, April 11 .lav Gould. pense would be great. The editor of i the world's open ; , n c 1 national court the Arizona Teacher extended to the ! t nnis champion. successfully de assoeiiition the pages of that journal i fended his American title in the for. the purpose of printing the said i challenge round of the annual totir outlines. The offer was accepted j name nt here. He defeated Charles and a standing vote wa.s accorded Sands, of this city, at the New York Mr. Colodny for the courtesy. I Racquet and Tennis club, in three The business over, the teachers re- ' straight sets. i;-i, am! i;-l'. "h cm i.x- JH'i-E mm More than Mere Clothes lothes are like men only a h f . 1 A. I . Mir v- tevvstana out iruiu mc uuu Styleplus Clothes $17 have a stamp and a tone that can not be easily im parted to clothes of medium price Because of the substantial ground work the water shrunk canvas body because of the all-wool fabrics and substantial linings, you are sure of good wear, Styleplus Clothes rise above the commonplace. That such values can be produced for $17 is a great victory for the makers and for us the only .Styleplus store in town. Special models for young men and men who refuse to feel old. Good idea to see our fine Spring . showing before you buy. is Kor rick's KV- -1, I i li ! 1 1 X . A ri in lit Ml! Ji, 1 . v.. -a :.s."-'rR-'-f v -c i - t , . watti. L-C t -r ST5T www 'til.! mmw mm sis' ir .olM'w U' i9 r"? a f . LT1 7T JT. :i. 1. 1 .i;-Tfr v-.iMOii 1 ,v.r ,y'y-'.',''. .ww', i c W"'iHWWmW'.W."'"