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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, NOMBER 28, 1911
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CLUBWOMEN
WILL ENTERTAIN
MINING LADIES
Representatives of Each Affiliated
Club in City Confer on Entertain
ment for Ladies Visiting Phoe
nix During Mining Congress
Willi three representatives from each
if the city clubs affiliated with the Ari
zona Federation of Woman's clubs in
attendance, a meeting was held at the
Woman's club yesterday afternoon to
Vlan the entertainment of the visitors
here for the annual convention which
will be held In Phoenix, January 19-23.
Preliminary steps were taken and
final arrangements will be made when
the committees appointed yesterday,
meet again on December 17.
Mrs. H. B. Wilkinson, president of
the Woman's club was chosen chair
man and Mrs. D. H. Curtis of the Wo
man's club, secretary. Mrs. Harry Ben
nett of the Harmony club was elected
chairman of finance and serving with
tier on this committee will be the treas
urers of other local clubs. Mrs. Shfr
ley Christy," president and founder of
the Arizona School of Music and mem
ber of the College club and Friday club,
will direct the music during the con
vention week and Mrs. John Dennett of
the Woman's club and College club will
supervise the decorations. Mrs. E. A.
Phillips, secretary of the Young Wo
men's Christian Association and mem
ber of the Colle'e club, will have
charge of the refreshments.
Preparations are being made for the
comfort and entertainment of hundreds
of club women from all over the state,
for the executive committee anticipate
the largest gathering in the history of
Arizona state federation conventions.
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CONSIDER PLAN TO AID
EXPATRIATE BELGIANS
Board of Trade Committee Will Take
Up Proposition With State May
Get Many Good Farmers
To get the state to donate ten thou
sand acres of public land for the use of
expatriate Belgians, Is the purpose of
the board of trade's special committee
which meets at four o'clock this after
noon. The committee is composed of B. A.
Fowler. C. H. Akers. Sid Osborn, Mul
ford Winsor, Dwight B. Heard, J. O.
Dunbar.
Thousands of Belgians are now with
out homes or means of support, their
farms being devastated by the invading
Germans. Other organizations have
offered them financial support and the
Red Cross is getting a tremendous
popular reply to its appeals. But Ari
zona is the- first state in which such
an offer of homes and land has been
made. It is doubtful if the Belgians
could bring much capital to America,
hut what the board of trade is figuring
on is the force of hardy, aconomical
farmers, to match some of the land
now going to waste in this state.
WHAT GATLIN DID WITH '
BUfGK OH HIGH GEAR
W. W. Catlin, Jr., state distributor
for the Buick automobile, expects to
depart for his home at Phoenix today
after having spent his time since Sat
urday demonstrating the 1915 moi'el
Buick here, says the Globe RecoVd. Mr.
Catlin's demonstration won a high
place for his car in the esteem of local
automobile enthusiasts, particularly
after it was learned that he drove all
the way from the capital city to Globe
in high gear.
The new model engine in the 1015
Buick is a wonderful puller, as was
shown by various demonstrations given
by Mr. Catlin here. In addition to hav
ing come over the summit in high, the
automobile man took a party of local
experts out in his car and did a num
ber of stunts on Golden Hill. 1U
stopped the car at the steepest points
on the hill and started again in high,
working his car up to a speed of more
than 20 miles an hour at the top of the
grade. On straight pulls up Golden
Hill he picked up as much as 35 and 40
miles an hour before reaching the sum
mit What Mr.. Catlin considered his
greatest feat here was running up the
Sycamore street hill in high. He de
clares that the grade there is much
harder to pull than that on Golden Hill.
HUPMOBILE 60ING FINE
GILA SALES DISTRICT
Sale Manager M'Kevitt Expected
Here Tqday on "Tour of Four
Counties Under Supervision
The neat and highly Improved
1315 Hupmobile has been going good
in the Globe district, according to
Oscar Irvln, the local salesman, who
gives the following list of recent
buyers.
Frank Gassoway, Miami.
R. H. Stewart, Miami
L. Haby, Safford
T. J. Long, Globe
Judge McKellop, Globe
Cha. Humbert. Globe
Thomas H. McKevitt, the head of
the distributing company, will be In
Phoenix today to look over local af
fairs. He will visit Yuma next we' t.
His territory Includes Pinal, Gibv
Yuma and Maricopa counties.
Trvin is expecting another shipment
of five Hupmobiles next week.
Hire a little salesman nt The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you ran.
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WONDER VALUE;
5,(X)0 yards best quality Amoskeag ? ,
Apron Ginghams, yard
5,000 yards best quality American Calico, ESf
dark and light, yard
5,000 yards extra quality, yard wide, T
L. L unbleached Muslin OQt
2,500 yards best quality, fast colored CS)f
Outing Flannels, yard
500 yards best quality Table Oilcloth, -fl Q
marbled and colors, yard &
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compiled witl
large and heavy s
we reaanze tin
have our stocks been so
portonity to supply your
or ttne season, wnem
and fresh, the season's
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warm weather which 1
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upon our shelves that must
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months and months wear Ibefe
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Remember
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SATURDAY MORNING,
Underwear ' Section
CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS-Silvcr grey. Jersey
ribbed, fleece lined, sizes from 2 to 14. Extra special
value, per suit 23
MISSES' UNION SUITS Special quality, full
bleached, Jersey ribbed, fleece lined, in sizes from
2 to 16. A wonderful value, per suit 49
CLASSIC UNION SUITS For misses, an exception
al value, high neck, long sleeves, ankle lengths, a
soft mixture of wool and cotton, all sizes, a garment
usually sold at $1.25 suit, special 89
MISSES' SHIRTS AND DRAWERS Extra good
weight, heavy silky fleece lined, full bleached, ankle
length drawers, high neck shirts, all sizes, regular
li.'ie values, per garment -49
WOMEN'S UNION SUITS Special full weight, Jer
sey ribbed, fleece lined. Union Suits: full bleached,
all sizes, ulgh neck, long sleeves, ankle length, per
suit -V 494"
JERSEY RIBBED UNION SUITS Extra heavy
weight, special fleece lined, full bleached; sizes up
to Hi. Our special $125. Union Suits choice. ,Q8
WOMEN'S UNION SUITS Extra heavy weight,
seal fleeced lined, basket weave, full bleached, tai
lored neck, cuffs and ankle; a wonderful value
"it $1.19
SILK AND WOOL UNION SUITS Regular J1.75
values; In both high and low neck, long and short
sleeves, ankle length, a comfortable and pleasing
garment, sizes up to extra large 9. Special, per
suit 9Stf
VESTS AND DRAWERS Fine soft finish, full
bleached, Swiss ribbed. Just the weight for early
fall wear regular Too values, each 39
ODD LOT OF CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR Con
sisting of shirt, drawers and union suits, odd lots
and odd sizes worth up to 35c a garment
Choice 19
Dress Goods $z Silks
$1.75 GUARANTEED TAFFETA Belding's Guaran
teed Taffeta Silk, full 36 inches wide; comes in
black and all the staple stylish fall colors and all
the pastel evening shades. This is a beautiful chiffon-finish
taffeta, the greatest silk value of the
season and, remember, every yard guaranteed.
Special S1.19
HOLDING'S GUARANTEED SATIN The celebrated
Tearless brand. You can't rip it; comes full 38
inches wide, rich finish, soft and lustrous; bright,
high color dyes and black. You should see this to
appreciate its beauty and positive wearing quality
extra special, per yard 98
CREFE DE CHINE An all-silk crepe de chine, in
black and full range of stylish fall and evening
shades; full 23 inches wide, the quality priced at
$1.25 yard Special 77C
10-INCH CREPE CHARMKUSK In both plain col
ors and figured in Navy Blue, While, Copenhagen,
Grey, Taupe, Smoke, Mais, Light Ulue, Reseda,
Green, Cream and Brown. These are our regular
t2.0 and $2.50 qualities. For a quick selling, per
yard 81.19
CREAM SERGES The best quality, heavy weight,
all wool seiges, 50 to :.5 inches wide. regu:arly re
tailing at from $2.00 to J2.50 yard. A truly wonder
ful value Choice, per yard SI. 19
IMPORTED ALL-WOOL SERGE Absolutely all
pure wool; our special 75c quality Comes in all
colors and black; 38 inches wide Now, during this
sale, per yard .)0
$2.00 AND $2.50 SUITINGS Including plain and
herringbone stripe, diagonals, suiting serges and
heather mixtures, 48 to 56 inches wide, the greatest
of dress goods values your choice, per yard,
only 98t
$4.m AND $3.50 CLOAKINGS In heavy wide-wale
Diagonals, Roucles, Zibellnes. and Fancy Mixtures
At the price we are closing them out they are
cheaper than calico Be Early Do Not Wait Your
choice, per yard S1.49
In Oof Boot and Shoe Section
EXTRA SPECIAL $3.50 SHOES FOR MEN $2-90
In all about 300 pairs of the best $3.50 Shoes for Men, in
the town. Never sold for less. New clean stock, but we
are too crowded. Need the room. Our loss your gain.
In this lot you will find "Beacon Union Made Shoes,"
Smith-Wallace, and other standard lines, all the new lasts
and styles in blacks and tans, all
sizes, extra special, per pair
150 PAIRS MEN'S SHOES All high cuts, a number of
odds and ends of regular $4.00 Shoes, in both black and
tan leathers in Viei, Colt, 'Gun Metal, Kangaroo and Calf.
The greater part of these Shoes are . Odds and Ends of
W. L. Douglas, $4.00 Shoes, the balance other equally as
good makes. Extra special,
per pair
SHOES These are regular $2.25 values, all high cuts; most of these shoes are heavy
lighter weights Note these prices. Your choice, per pair $1.49
200 PAIRS MEN'S
work shoes others
A Tablef ul of Children's Shoes 98c
In all nearly 500 pairs; in sizes from 5 to 9; in all ths different leathers, all styles and sizes, high boot rut.
Blue-tier cut and button models; in viei, patent kid, Russian calf, velvet tippers. Some of these shoes retailed
as high as $2.50 now all In one lot. Your choice, per pair , 98
ANOTHER LOT CHILDREN'S SHOES Same grades as above, only in larger sizes, ranging from 9 to 2.
Actual values up to $3.00. A wonderful table of bargains. Your choice, per pair $1.25
Women's Felfc House Slippers
.$1.19.
Made of best quality' Felt, Moccasin style, having heavy
padded soles, exceptionally comfortable. These we are
showing in pink, blue, purple, lavender, grey, tan, brown
and black, in all sizes. A regular $1.50 S5 11 j Qj)
value. During this sale, per pair
lEsdisnve PHaoeiniiis Agents Ifoir
B!lsl Cross Gaesaa for W6dd
W. L DoBha Stos88 for Kflen
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N Daihond &, Bro. PtioeniK-finjL
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EADYTOWEJ
Every dress, every suit, every coat; in fa-
vertisement, is the very latest style, the :
ever shown.
AVOMEN'S $25.00 TA i .'
Cut in the very latest model. While our price was JJ.".'" . j
(lUality all-wool Diagonals, in Russian Greens, Navy Hl'ic .
with best quality Satin messaline; all sizes; a value aiin;;
WOMEN'S $15.00 AND
The prica does not express the value in these coats; ail i. .
in all the stylish colors coats made for service and sly!-. . !t
a world beater only
$20.00 AND $22.50 STIJ
The new Basque models, made from all-silk Messalim
shown in nil the popular fall colors; full range of
a wonderful value choice
$18.50 SILK DW;
A most pleasing assortment of dressy street and afuna
shades are shown; several distinct and classy models in iv
COLLEGE my
Classy and stylish creations, greatly in vogue among the
the rage now, in a wide range of colors a coat cheap at ; .
IMITATION PON:
A rich, lustrous black, full 7-8 lengths, lined throughout
coats well worth $12.50 extra special, each : '
WHITE CHlXt 1i
Two styles, made in the College Sport Model and throo- i :.
coats bought to retail at $14.50 choice, each
CLOSE CUUL PEL".-:
Exceedingly stylish, serviceable and cosy, made o fine iu
lull seven-eighths length coats that were made to and mai
ihoice '
&30.00 TAILOR LI V'
Some of the season's newest styles, made of imported Hon. J
best quality satin; come in rich shades of Navy Blue, Co;i-.-! .
most convincing value your choice, per suit, only
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Spddil Mwiiio r
BKAUTIKUL, RICH URAL LAMB AND SALTS PLUSH COATS-COATS OF IN
SIVE CLOAKINOS-ALL OUR HIGH-GRADE SUITS-ALL OUR STREET
NOT ONE GARMENT BUT WHAT HAS BEEN GREATLY REDUCED YOl V
SALE. COME IN AND SEE OUR EXCLUSIVE CREATIONS. PRICES AND ST
WILL SURPRISE YOU.
rurr m.Mw rviATS: iv p wnv rTOTTTSi SOLD UP - &t
TO $4.50. NOW
MISSES 3-4 LENGTH COATS, VALUES, WORTH UP
TO $10.00 AND $12.50, NOW
INFANTS' COATS, IN CURLY BEAR, IN BLACK AND jj
COLORS; $2.50 VALUES, NOW : "L. 4
WOMEN'S BATH ROBES. WARM AND COMFORTABLE ; p f
$4.00 VALUES, ALL SIZES 1
Women's Street Dresses, made of Granite Cloth, in navy blue, f
black, brown and Copenhagen, -all sizes; $6.50 values, now
Tunic Street Dresses, made up in combination granite cloth and mes- '
saline silk, dark fall colors; $9.75 values, now r
Rugs and Floor Coverings
1 (fTC'in' Kt the Largest Assortment in town, but the Greatest Values in Arizona. Think i
A JP - ,. n-hAt fhin means A saving of one-fourth on every rug you buy, 4
from the smallest doormat size to the full 9 by 12 room size Log Cabin Rugs, Ingrain Art Squares, I nion Art
Wilton Velvets, Smith's Axminsters, Smith's Axminster Panls, Blue Ribbon Brussels No reserve, your choice
stock at a savins of ONE-FOURTH OFF. '.
SHEETS AND CASES .
72x90 SHEETS Made of good quality Muslin, center
seamed, full bleached, narrow and wide hem for a
cheap sheet a wonder value each 42C
FULL STANDARD SHEETS Sheet made from the
best quality standard full width sheetings, free from
Dressing, full bleached. . These values will appeal to
every -hotel and rooming house keeper, and now is the
time to buy them:
'63x90 Sheet, 90c value... 69e
72x90 Sheet, $1.05 values 79c
Slx90 Sheet, $l.l.r. values 89o
BEDDING SPECIALS -
ALL-WOOL BLANKETS Extra large size and weight,
in fancy Scotch Plaids and Checks Regular $10 and
$12 50 values. Slightly soiled from handling extra
special, per pair 25 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
COT SIZE BLANKETS Good weight cotton blankets,
in silver grays, fancy borders, extra value, pr.Sl.Oo
FULL SIZE BLANKETS Double blankets In grey am!
tan. Made from Peruvian cotton a great blanket f"r
rooming houses Special, per pair SI. 19
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