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THE A1MZOXA REPUBLICAN, W K-DXLSDAY MOPXIXCJ, MAY 27, 1914
S LATE CONCLAVE HIGH POINTS; OF THE NOBLES 1 . ?-t-. Chief Features of Days of j Farts IJcjrarfliiiix and Feat- ; Entertainment Wliirh j uresof the Imperial Conn-j Have Attracted Xobles i -il at Atlanta From; From All Arizona toj Whieh Arizona Shrine rs ; Phoenix. j Have Lately Returned, i ".A v ! V-v ' yi - PAGE TAYO SOU U ' i V"- 4 Y ' f ' A Th Country Store under the direc tion of Vic Hnnny with lady assist ants from the ranks tf tin Shrine Willi1 IVz wearers. The Oixsh- House renovated .mil made especially laughable for the Shrine Sirkus. The African I i - Many prominent men, including the Mayor and the Governor, ap well an others ivill take turns on the -seat of the dip ami if the public can throw accurately they will he dumped into the canal. The Fat Lady, featuring; "lie of the best fellows in the state. Dr. A. H. Nil-Nils, who w ill wear a costume the like of which has. rot he.en seen in riiooiix. It. I'. Ilosicne will he the mal.p-t and will h clad as .Mrs. Tom Tniiirib for the occasion. it liert Hce es will pose a'oiig with nue ne ' "unninhara as the living thOi fo?i f. 1 1 . 1 the are tie thinnest ever. The mastic bowi will afford the ad-Verteto-.s a chance to take home tunny i.sefnl articles. The phc-- rie re-is! a n.-e will he the pre-hitni of the National Bank of Aris.oua dad only in pink tights and posing as S-ptember Morn. This promisae: tn be a riot. I.'h'is i'rhan will offer his Apollo like lorm Tor' insm-ction as the tatooed man. It will he a sight to sec fhe stiff Seeley painted on his fr.tr. e. T. ('. 'mi iiijn w ill appear as the reptile enchantress and his will he 1he task of ta.mirg the srreatest lot of snalo-s .-vei brought to Phoenix. N. B. they are all city hroke. V. I'. Shaw, .lr the equestrian star, w i M do many feats of daring ahcrse Tied "n. -'rank Hildehran will sing When It's Soknni Sirkns Time in Phoenix Totvn," ti parody rip Xormandie. lie will also tell a few jokes for the benefit of the assembled iiuiltitttdes. U is nssvmetl that there will he as semhled multitudes. You will have yoitr photo taken End printed and delivered while yo-.i v.-u it . YOUR MOST INTIMATE GARMENTS Are inrnortant ones in summer. Why not he fool and eomf'ortahle in a light, knee length, sleeveless linen or nain sook union suit? Our stocks are always full. You can get any size and almost any style you desire. Agency in Phoenix for the "Dr. Deiniel Linen Mesh" health under wear. McDOUGALL & CASSOU Don't forget the Shrine Circus this week. BE THERE. ! only quite recently the papers of the I ; entire country have heen filled with ; I information of the doings of the meet- ; j ing of the Imperial Council of tile j Shrine at Atlanta, Georgia, the imperial j jeiiy of the Kmpire state of the south, j i ror fully a week tile city was given ( i over to th- hefezxed nobles from all 1 ' parts of the I'nited States and Canada, j who gathered there in solemn conclave : ; for the grow th and good of the order, j ! at the same time drawing particular ' attention to the social features which , t have i n ;ni . the My stic Shrine a house- , hold word almost in this country. i i More than lun.iliiii ptople went to At- i i.mia to the big council in session i and enjoy the festivities grouped , ; . ro.nid ilie oc asitin. 1 he great Temples : : i- ;le- .li-ilei in many instances sent ! vast delegations of uniformed and . .a-ccd men ai . inpanied by hands of j loc.ii . In en great parade tile oi ien- 1 ! ta! looking Ar.ifi ii atis were several j hoar-- niaiciiirg past the reviewing ' stand. The pageant was perfect. In j "r.-rccce lass a id spler.dous it almost i . a:da:zlea 'he pageants ot llaroiin al Ih schld, tea- wonctlfal ca if of Haedad. ; ! notiiii of the great features of the ' .--s-bn vas the ill it' of the Arab pa- Hoi.- it i lie great Piedmont park in At ll.mta. Here lor one entire ilay there' j vve- ev ol.'iions of uniformed men and ! h-'i-ds that as near;' as can be im- i i anined answered the description of ! '!' cj.ni; of the hosts of Richard ; 1'iiiiii- dc !eon and the Saracan Saladin, his great opponent in the battles for Jenisulen: 'ieseribed in Sir Walter ' I SvolSs Talisman". AH this was coupled ; ! with lli'vs taken, it would seem, from; the de.-i rtj'tions of great pageants ami I meetings of mighty hosts from many ' j another uthor of renown. The next session of the Imperial council will he held in Seattle in 191."). I the y. ar o! the two expositions miou i j t'ie Pacif ic coast, mid it is about al- j i ready settled that the route of the pil- ! I g'-ircs will take ill the two exposition j I cities as we'd as Los Angeles, either : ( going or coining from Seattle. Maiw i j of ihMse pilgrims will pass through; j Phoenix in train or antoinohiie, and j ' int'ch cf the routing will be done ' ; 'hroag'i this section according to emi- I j ni nt authority. The sight seeing Shrin- 1 ers will not g.- liack east without bav- 1 i iu. expetienced the iletights of Ari- i r.opa's sae'ieiw and climate for at least j ! a :h r; time. i The Imperial Council Are ! I Frederick it. Smith, of Damascus I Temple, j 'entate; j pl i ikl 1 I he glia Roeh.'ster. X. Y.. Imperial po- .lack T. Jones, of Indian Tern- alioma city. Imperial captain of :'d; J. Putnam Stevens, of Ivora Portland. -Maine, Imperial ; potentate; Henry F. Xiedring- Moolah Temple, St. Louis, Im .apple. ilejiiily : bans, o! perial chief rabban: William S. Prown, J of Sy ria Temp!.-. Pittsleirg. Imperial i treasurer; llenjamin W. Rowell, of 1 Ah-i pa T. nip'e. Boston. Mass.. Imperial 1 iicoi'dfr: I'har'es K. i i"enshire, of Zu- ; rah T nipie, Minneapolis. Imperial as- : sitant Taliban: f:lias .1. .lacoby. of Mil- : rat Temple. Indianapolis. Imperial high ; I in-test and proi het ; W. I-'reeland Ken- i drtek of laa I.u Temple. Philadelphia, 1 imperial oriental guide: Fllis J. Garret- j I son of At'ifi Temole. Taeoma, Wash.. j Im aerial first eeroinonia I master. I The city of Seattle has subscribed : j s.ii.t'ini fr.r the entertainment of the j Imperial council, and Nile Temple at) ' Seattle has signed contracts already j j with tit" hotel men of that city for i oractically ,l the Imtolspaoe available- ! i for rhe sessions of the great order. i HOUCK SAYS HE'LL GIVE UP BASEBALL P'lcher Hotick. Pitcher Houck, released by the Athletics to the Baltimore club in the International U-apue, says he will quit baseball. Houck made a good record last season for a young pitcher, and his announcement comes i as a surprise. ! W4 I -1 -1 'i 1 I r':4 'Mi K Jfcz brhardt ! i . fl T'l .i.''' : . V. " 1000 r $ ? jr v i v e.WL l&krhnacv 1912 , S" , 41 V, . 1 ;--f la-, Tr-V r '- ? ' (1) .inind Canyon (Arizon;0 (2) Leaning Tower !' Pisa (Italy) (:) Eyjitian Tcninles and Sjihinves (Ai'riea) .Mostjiiito l)opf is a wonder. Everyone that uses it says so. Keeps mosquitoes and fleas from biting, and drives them away like magic Worth a million dollars, but sells for lTe a botlle. BEAR in MIND. There niav lie imitations, there is a reason. The genuine does the work. (Jet the genuine at P. P. Ro.iene, Prop. "Don't forget vour Sirkus Tickets. You can get them at f , t. V.f- SP tsoe r OCA. I KJVliWWO 'vf -.d A it rank Co.-c . 903 'amy C7)Tlie last but not th" least MOSQUITO DOPE us:- i o The Bear Drug 5. w li IOIO " " " ' ' ' " ....,!- cBrMWiMnl3 V'"g v-. 1 ftSre J - JeV SM.rarfcer V .1 ' V. 1 " 'rt ft John RVrme ( H Xiairnra Falls (Xev York) (.") Eii'i'cl Tower ( Paris) (in Yellowstone Park (Wyoming) Store Hears" Opp. City )YlThrtir3 1007 i ' 1 f.INlch'choa 903 r 8 "w Hall ? ..... I J f4-? II I I '., .1 '-' SV -"n-r'i .