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NEW YORK LASSIE IN AN UP-TO-DATE SKATING COSTUME SECOND WEDDING OF . TOM THIS SUCCESS Korrick's First Department Managers' Clearance Sale ? THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, "WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 6. 1915 . : : : r " . : : , f The second presentation of. the Wedding of Tom Thumb" took place at the Columbia theatre yesterday afternoon. A substantial sura 'was raised for the Associated charities. The second production was a. huge success. .Miss Blyt he Wallace super intended it. She gave the following list of her assistants: , Ping Bell, the bride: Bobby -Gold-water, the groom; Barry Goldwater, the minister; Frances Ganz and Mu riel Miller, bridesmaids: Albert Eel!, best man: Dorothy Stauffer, ring bearer; Helen Donofrio, flower girl; May Virginia ' Moore, mother of the bride: John Fennemore, father of the bride; Lenore Westley. the old maid; Jane Hill, the busy maid; Master kHihlreth. rejected lover. Among the guests were Margaret I.opcr. Chas. Barnes, Dorothy Bandy, Jimmie Jones, Kathryn Christy, Dora Dicus. ltoger I.ee Brogan, Leonard Here's Miss Fannie Ilickes, daugh ter of a New York society woman, as : he was snapped the other day vK'.e sk&'ir.g with her elders. Class in Arithmetic Father: "If T subscribe for'Tlie Republican now at tlic " bargain rate, how niucli Aval 1 save? P.ritilit ChiM: "4.00,or course; everyone knows that." Father: "What could I do with the U)Or 1 5 right Child: "Add an other dollar to it and buy another subscription and send it to Uncle John's folks in Kansas." row 4 $$f Mflfl W mm Xww Miss Wallace Entire Stock of Evening Coats and Capes Materials are imported Chiffon Velvet, Broadcloth, Brocaded Velvet, Corduroy and Golfine Cloth, either plain or fur trimmed. SM5 200 Women's Suits Values Up to $19.50, Now No other item shows more plainly our determination to clear out every Win ter garment in stock. Nearly all Short Coat Models a score of different styles- Suits of Duvetyne, Cheviot, Corduroy, Diagnonal, Gabardine, Broadcloth, solid colors and pencil stripes, all going at. one price $9.45. (Korrick's Second Floor) Price fur entire stock of Children's Coats Coats of Chinchilla, Melton, Zi beline and fancy Mixtures in every fashionable, style and all sizes. (Second Floor) Our Entire Stock of Evening and Dancing Dresses at One-Half Price The verv newest Cloven age effects are included in this offering the most charming aggregation of swell affairs ever placed on spe- Tlvcssc" of lace and chiffon combinations, plain and ac- 10 U HP 1 J1'I-'KI 'S f V I I 1' U.OJ, Ol iUvUiiKUiv. Jii ( uiii-.'wiuwvii . . v. ... - - - " " - - , tltll ( J ..... i , 1 ordeon pleated in pink, blue and white Drosses finished m brilliant irrecleseont trimming, regular prices Kinging from lo .rj". at price. Johnson, Beatrice Johnson, Austin Moirell, Elizabeth Gillespie, Sibyl Coffin, Murrianne Stevens, "Mary Mar'.ey, Andrew Loper, Francis Dance, Harry Lowry. Came Fuiiua, Alice Tweed, Frances Connolley, Harry Wilkinson and Jack Tharpe acted as ushers. Miss Babel Wetzlcr danced the Highland Fling. She is a pupil of Mrs. Christy. Miss Aria F'embleton sang 'I Miss You Most of All" and Miss Inez Pembleton sang The Frog Courting.' ... The business men who donated to the enterprise: Donofrio, ice cream spoons, dishes and flow'ers. Newman Morton, flowers and plants. J. W, Dorris, rice. Pettiit' Bakery, wedding cake. J. X. MeCulloch, photograph and S. H'irry Robertson, engravings. J. E. Rickaids, the Columbia. $1.95 for big lot of Waists formerly sold up ' $S.r0. odds and ends of Chilton, Messaline and Satin in various colors not all sizes in every style, but most sizes combined lot. the Phoenix High School Middy Blouses at $1.49 Bran new Mouses at an astonishingly low price. Middy Mouses of genuine Lonsdale dean, have side lacings and Phoenix High School initials in theii chosen colors embroidered on sleeves Extra special at -f 1.49. WAISTS SOLD UP TO S3.95. of Pussy Wil- 15 DIFFERENT STYLES low Taffeta, Crepe de Chine and .Messaline, in while, flesh, navy, pigeon, brown and black some semi-tailored, others with organdie ves tee, collar and cuffs on sale at $2.17 White College Coats, Values Up to $12.50, Noiv $6.95 Wonderful values indeed, these are Coats or lute Chinchilla and lieoioru veiom, the lowest price ever (Uotcd $ti.'J."i. OF WAISTS reflecting the very latest style modes aists of Crepe dc Chine witn Lace Sleeves, Waists of Pussy Willow Taffeta with choker collar and braid semi-tailored styles and waists with caadstone collar, in black, brown, navy, pigeon, flesh and while, formerly sold up to $5.00, in this sale S3. 50 Coats with Belts, at 89c for choice of big line Wirthmor Waists that could not be matched for I'.vice the money. Semi tailored styles of Voile. Ma dras anil .Mire. Serge. Ihe right kind for present weal1. (Main Floor and Second Floor) Genuine $2:25 Botany Broadcloth, Sponged and Shrunk, at $1.69 per Yurd Our finest quality Chiffon Broadcloth. 52 indies wide, in black, navy, pigeon and taupe. 36 INCH BROWN SURRAH SILK, regularly sold at $1.25, now, yard -65 36 INCH CHIFFON TAFFETA A quality seldom sold for less than $1.29 per yard. Street and evening shades, in this sale, yard Sot 24 AND 27 INCH PRINTED SILKS Messaline and Taffeta, suitable for Waists, regularly sold at $1.00. Sale Price 73t BEST $1.00 QUALITY MESSA LINE :!i inches wide, in all col ors, street and evening shades, today, per yard 87 36 INCH MOIRE VELVET in the leading street shades, our best grade, selling at $2.75 Sale Price SI. 38 36 INCH BENGALI NE in tone effects, suitable for coats suits, sold at $1.50 now, yd-93 two and 52 to 56 Inch Dress Goods, Sold Up to $2.25, Now $1.33 A big lot. consisting of Cm hard inc. Poplin, colors include pigeon, cardinal, wine, green. Storm Serge and Chiffon Broadcloth sponged navy and black the biggest snap you ever saw and shrunk- Up to $3.00 Dress Goods at $1.44 15 pieces of fancy Suitings. Brocades and Diagon als, up to 5 inches wide, to close at $1.44 per yard. $2.00 Fancy Silks at $1.39 3H inch Roman stripes in satin and Bengaline, Plaids in satin and Taffeta, in this sale, $1.'J per yard. 2800 Yards All Sitk Crepe de Chine at $1.26 per Yard 4o inch Crepe de Chine, amongst values at $1.26. the standard $1.50 quality, in a large variety of street and evening shades a value DRESS GOODS, sold up to 5!c, plaids, mixtures and stripes. inches wide, on sale at 37 52 INCH CHINCHILLA in green and blue, Matlasse and plaid back Chinchilla, sold up to $4.0". now SI .Oo j- lilCH CREAM ST:HM SERGE -Our banner $1.5u . rade, .l pure Wool, marked for this salc.QoO The Lion of Venice. The three part drama that' showed at the Iimara theatre yesterday and which is running there again today is one of the best pictures from an artistic and pictorial standpoint that has ever been shown here. The scenery is along the famed canals of Venice. The story is built around the famous family of P.ienzi known when the city was one of the leading governmental units in the then known civilized world. The picture is one of the George Kliene Euro pean importations:' Fillowing the run off of "The Lion of Venice" other great programs will be shown at the I.'imara theatre. Flagstaff, Ariz. Points of InUrvat Near Flagstaff Grand Canyon mue Extinct voloanoea 18 miles Lava beds 1 miles . Ice caves 1 miles ! Prehistoric cliff dwellings. 10 miles Cave dwellings 10 miles Oak Creek trout stream... 18 miles Montezuma's well 60 miles Sau Francisco peaks ....11 miles Elevation 13.800 feet.) Altitude of Flagstaff ....1907 feet Prehistoric ruins IS miles Natural Bridge 71 miles WHEN IN FLAGSTAFF Stop at the Commercial Hotel Chas. Prochnow, Mgr. Rates $1 up HIGH. SCHOOL AGGIES ELECT NEW OFFICERS At the close of school yesterday the Aggie Club of the high school had its first meeting after the organization two weeks ago. The club is composed of the members of the agricultural classes and is one of the liveliest and most wide-awake organizations in the school. It was organized far the pur pose of advancing the interests of ag ricultural work in the high school, cul tivating social and school activities. The permanent officers elected were, Glenn Jones, president: P.aymond Sel le, vice president; Richard Monihan, secretary; Pierce Vincel, treasurer, and George Mjirr. field manager. It is planned to have a paper or two on some interesting as well as instruc tive subject to be read at each meet ing. The entertainment committee is busy preparing a program for assembly in the near future. Stereopticon views will also be .shown in the club rooms. j-, rwyyu-i i TO ADVERTISERS! All display advertising copy for The Republican must be in our office by six p. m. preceding morning of publication. This is not an arbitrary rule, but one essential to the Intelligent con duct of our business, and one in Justice to. the employees, responsi ble for getting out the entire edition of The Republican on time each morning. ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. DICK, THE SLANG SLIHGER IS AGAIN SLIPPING IT OVER $1.50 Princess Slips at 75c Made of Seco Silk in white, pink and sky. (Second Floor) 16-Butt. Kid Gloves $2.19 -54 anil 5ii inch Mannish Suitings A Big Lot of $2.00 Dress Goods at 98c Tweeds, Diagonals, stripes and plaids, to close ai '.iscjii. eotch Mixtures, White Lambskin Cloves in sizes, formerly sold at $2.50. (Main Floor) all QS Remarkable Clearance Sale Items From Korrick's Daylight Basement 25c MERCERIZED POPLIN a beautiful cloth in stripes suitable for shirts and blouses, on sale at 17 1-20 19c BATH ROBE FLANNEL in many patterns and good colors, on sale at 140 29c BLANKET ROBING in vari ous striking designs, now, yd.lJ 25c IMPORTED CREPE 27 and 32 inches wide, in a broad variety of pretty plaids and checks, now 190 on all our Maribou Scarfs and Muffs (Main Floor) Muslin f Combinations A big lot. slightly soiled through window display, today at Vt. Price (Second Floor) Tableful of Wash Goods 29c Sold Up to $1.25, to Close at, Yard Ifs one meat hg lot. ronsistinjr of just the floods you will want shortly Ci-cpe and Ratine in solid colors, brocades and stripes, every color is represented, at 29c per yard wonderful, indeed! Nickel Plated Picture Frames in different sizes, formerly sold at 4!c, SUc and $1.4i, reduced t J 390. 710 "! 81.10 Women's 79c Union Suits at 63c Pure white fleece lined I'nion Suits, silk stitched and silk taped, at 63c. (Main Floor) Off entire stock of 15c COTTON CH ALLIES. 32 inches wide, in floral and border designs, now. yard 100 20c MOMIE CRETONNES : inches wide, in beautiful designs and color combinations, on sale at 160 FULL DOUBLE BED SIZE SPREADS, Honeycomb styles, hemmed, a firm, heavy quality, the value of values at 870 50 PIECES OF OUTING FLAN NEL, stripes and checks, sold tip to Se, now. vard 50 15c BUNGALOW NETS in the newest designs. 3 inches wide, either whi'e, ecru or beise iov. vard 100 LARGE SIZE CROCHET BEO SPREADS, a quality that new. sells for less than $1.45, in this sale only $1.19 ENGLISH LONG CLOTH 10 yard pieces of the quality that made Korrick's famous 980 ')c,'t 36 AND 40 INCH SCRIM, in bor der and floral designs, about 25 pieces, in this sale, yard 100 40 INCH MARQUISETTE AND VOILE, with hemstitched an 1 printed borders, a splendid selec tion of 25c curtain material?, now 190 Onyx, Ivory and German Silver Clocks Bed Sets consisting of one sheet s i xl''' and 2 pillow slips 45x30. initialed and embroidered, at Off ALL IMPORTED BED SPREADS hemmed, scalloped and cut corner styles, priced today us follows: All $2.95 IJed Spreads at A'U. S.5, Bed Spreads at g .U AH $4.00 Bed Spreads at, m'eA All $4.75 Bed Spreads at All $5.0o Bed Spreads at S4.00 All $5.50 Bed Spreads at .,. S4.40 AH $6.00 Bed Spreads at ......... $4.80 (Main Floor) AEIV YORK STORE Phoenix. Ariz. WOMEN'S WARM NIGHT GOWNS made of best quality "Amoskeag" Outing Flannel, in white and fancy stripes, priced today as follows: Every $1.00 Night Oown at Sot" Every $1.25 Night Gown at 98f Every $1.2 Night Gown at SI. 05 Every $1.50 Night Gown at $1.3.1 Every $1.6H Night Gown at $1.37 Every $2.25 Night Gown at $1.69 (Second Floor) Phoenix, Ariz., Jan. 5, 1915 Dear Jim: Well, Bud, here I am again, with both dukes jimme'd all out of shape, and my think foundry way to the fritz. Cause why? Cause I took a I'yirfg start last night, and 'h right in the middle of that tin shack with the wash hoards for sidts that's got "Coliseum" smeared all over the main drag to the dump. Sand your tracks pal, ana noni on iigni roun 1 the curves, while I slip you the result o? the grand flash I gh.trmed at -Uie g.mg of I in mi. r had no sooner got hitched to my stall, and started to put on the dog when a pair of stags rushed onto the scene and put on a skate that makes this old dry town stuff look like n hand out after a session with a flock of bums. That's kidding on the Hquare too. One of these ginks has the big hunch that Tiis slat were slipped to him for the promenade dope, 'cause it's a cinch his pine are no use to him. I'm anchored to my stall trying to pipe his knockout, but his stunts came faster than oiders from a biscuit shooter in feed factory and I'm lost in the shut tle. ' Then Dave Johnson, the hoofer had a fit that sure led my animal to strange and unknown quarters. He tried out his pipes for aspell but that noise skated right off my bean. Then I got hep to him, and sortly quoth "I'm wise to this bully he can't slip nothing over on me". That's as far as I got, cause he next slammed over a bunch of foot work- that dented my crown deep enough to hide the eighty per cent law. He's a bear, Jim take it from yours truly. You can't go, wrong in a thousand years lamping that dude to win. By this time. Pal, yon can bet all you git I was to the bad. Then they handed me. the knockout pure and sim ple. Young & Lee. a buck and a fawn dealt out a mess on the saxaphone and ivories that caused a guy right behind r,, hnsit me on the dome so hard that Old Glory slowly unfurled before my ilelighled gn.e. I never knew be fore there was s many stars In 1'. After that, the guy in the act had a brainstorm that sure carried the dream stuff. A little hoofing, some small amount of joy gaff, and more acrobatic gags than I ever knew was in the book. A stingv pair at that, cause the cus tomers in the shanty were yelling for more louder than a bunch of Irishman at an APA wake, but nothing doing. They, wouldn't come back, and I had to leave the place, tickled to death that I got tile hunch to pinch the squint. Well, so long, boy. See you some more. 1K'K When his wife wants to buy her some j stylish fall gear I He'll jaw till he makes her to weep: I But he'll tip a strange waiter a dollar j for fear I That the waiter will think he is j cheap. New York Mail. The Georgetown 1'niversily indoor (rack meet is set for February 27. "This plain engagement ring won't' do, George." "What kind do you want, dear?" "I must have one to match my ruby spaniel." Baltimore American. The English cross-country champ ionship which was carded for Itecem ber, has been abandoned. MAHORENA IS DRDEFEO (Continued from Page One.) Gen. Scott will meet Gen. Villa tomor row or Thursday. None of Villa's troops officially reported to be en route to the Sonora border had reached Ju arez earlv today. -o- The Federals refuse to quit their trenches and are taking many prisoners. The golf season of the new year opens promptly on January 1. at J.akewood, '