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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1915,
PAUl! THREE
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I OPENS TODAY Ul
Long-Frit Want at Big In-
Open to Puhlie Today
-Meals to Be Served Out-of-Doors
An added feature and one that will
be gladly welcomed by the 2.ri() or
morn business men who have gym
classes at noon, at the Y. M. C. A.
will be added to that institution to
day, when the new restaurant
recently installed will be opened.
Since the closing of the member
ship campaign, there has been some
trouble taking care of the business
men who have classes after business
hours. Disgruntled wives who have
had to keep meals waiting, have com
plained against this procedure. Secre
tary Harry Ulair always ready and j
capable of meeting most any obstacle
overcame this one, by changing the
classes to noon, and making it pos
sible to serve a light lunch after
wards. By this means, the partakers
of both exercise and meals, will re
turn to work invigorated instead of
feeling the usual bad effects of a
heavy meal.
The new feature is not for the
comfort of this class of men only.
Meals, of ihe light variety will be
served from ten o'clock in the morn
ing to ten at night. C. K. Chllberg,
formerly in charge of the lunch at
the City Drug store has been in
stalled as the head of this depart
ment. He is thoroughly acquainted
with this line of restaurant work.
A soda fountain has been installed,
cold drinks and ice cream will be
dispensed at all hours of the day.
Another accomodation brought out
by the starting of the lunch room, is
the making the Y a place tu hold
all sorts of committee meetings at
which luncheons may be served.
Hitherto this facility has been lack
ing, and lunches and spreads had to
be toted in from nearby restaurants.
The meals will be served on the
spacious hack veranda, where the
sun is never bothersome. In in
clement weather, the diners may eat
inside.
AMERICAN CITIZEN
IN AUSTIN ARMY
Anton Gold Caught While Visiting in
Dalmdtia
Anton Gobi, a resident of this city
for several years, is said to be fight
ing unwillingly for his former Father
land, Austria, a most unwilling son.
lie is reported to be in one of the
armies of Austria either trying to
hold the Russians back in the Carpa
thian passes or else operating in Ser
bia or Montenegro. At any rate, it is
known that Mr. (Sold is not here, and
that he has left no one to look after
his extensive property! interests here,
including the Lemon hotel property.
Some time before the outbreak of
the war; in fact, before the assassina
tion of the Archduke Ferdinand, Mr.
Gold, with his family, went back for
a summer's visit with relatives in Dal-
matia whom he had not seen since
he was a very young man. He ex
pected to return to Phoenix in the
early fall of last year.
Word has reached here through an
Italian friend that Mr. Gold is in the
Austrian army, notwithstanding he is
a naturalized American citizen and a
most reluctant soldier.
His unfortunate predicament was
the result of Americanizing or Angli
cizing his name before he American
ized himself. His name, when he
came to America was Anton Slatar,
"Slatar" meaning "gold." Thus he be
came known as Gold long before he
was naturalized. In his naturaliza
tion papers the name of Slatar does
not appear, and the American diplo
matic officers in Austria were there
fore unable to assist him.
His Italian friend was informed
some months ago of his situation, and
as no word has since been received
from him, it is presumed that he is
in the army. ,
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BULLARDS CAR POUND
WHERE IT WASN'T LOST
G. Purdy Bullard temporarily lost
one perfectly good Cole automobile
last night, and it was only after con
siderable activity had been induced
among members of the motorcycle
corps of policemen that the missing
car was located. It was just where
the amiable race promoter had
left it.
Mr. Bullard deposited the car on
Washington street between First and
Second street. He looked for it on
Adams street between Second and
Third. Before he remembered to
look on the main thoroughfare, he
had caused a deal of anxiety among
the motorcycle policemen, who sleuth
eil the entire neighborhood in search
of the big touring car.
THE BOSTON STORE
COMMITTEE ASKS AID
FQfl FLOOD SUFFERERS
Co-operating with the Kotary club
and other organizations, directors of
the Chamber of Commerce yesterday
wired resolutions of sympathy to the
flood stricken districts in Apache
county, and set about devising ways
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A ORKAT UNDUI! PRICING QV THE SEASON'S NEWEST. FAlililt'K, MATERIALS AND GARMENTS.
Skirt Special
$4.95
rascouffr
On anv and all Silk or Woolen
Tailor Made Boats :
Silk and Outing
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This means your unrestricted choice of our entire and complete' stocks of
the season's latest and most approved style irannents. Not one single
garment hut what shows class and si vie, not one garment hut what we are
proud to show and sell our customers and what is of
more than ordinary importance is the extreme care
and high class tailoring we turn out in our alteration,
department. ECcry garment leaving our work room
must he a perfect fit and must he properly tailored, a
fact von should hear well in mind.
Made in hoth the new sus
pender model and regular.
Made of all-wool Sand col
ored Suiting Serge trimmed
in fancy self covered hut-
tons and flap patch pockets, J
all sizes to :(! waist mea
sure, choice $4.9.")
House Dresses I Skirt Special
Made both hitrh and low
neck, long and half length
sleeves of fast colored zep
hyr ginghams and percales,
both dark and light styles,
sizes up to bust, regular
one-fifty Dresses, choice
98c
A wonderful value made of
black and white shepherd
checks and sand colored
Berber cloth both plain and
Suspender models, trimmed
in fancy buttons and poc
kets, all sizes to 'M, waists
choice
i
Exquisite Millinery
2 Sample Pattern Hats from the French
workrooms of
Gage Bros.
Copies of the very latest, most exclusive
Parisian creations, positively the hand
somest Hats shown this season. Each
Hat an exclusive individual model. These
we are offering to you at about One-Half
Original Prices. '
Positivelv no Copies? or Duplicates of
these Hats.
Mary Pickf ord Sailor
The classical Sailor of the Season, as cunning as its namesake. Made ot
finest Milan straw braid, comes in the new sand color. Fancy bands of
heavy dros drain lancy edge ribbon, a regular .f..(X) Q (QlESI
Sailor Extra special, each
Specials
GAUZE VESTS Of fine gauze t.nd
silk and lisle, taped neck and site es.
full bleached, full lengths all 3izes.
extra special value, each ...121"-0
GAUZE LISLE VESTS Of excep
tional quality in fact a regulir 2Jc
grade, in sizes up to 9, full blea 'bed,
taped neck and sleeve, each...l9
fiAt'ZE UNION' SUITS An extraoiJ
inary value, union suits of fine quali
ty gauze, full bleached, sizes up to
large 9. Lace trimmed drawers, an
ordinary 3!)e value, extra special, per
suit 25
GAUZE LISLE UNION SUITS At
3'.ic per suit, one of our exceptional
values, actually worth Site. These we
are showing in both tight and loose
knee in sizes up to 44. Special per
suit 39
EXTRA QUALITY UNION SUITS
The equal, if not superior to regular
7"c values, in extra fine lisle gauze
and mesh knit. The lisle Union Suits
come in both loose and tight knee.
French tailored neck. Sizes up to 44.
Special per suit 59
Have
Your
New
Gown
Fitted
Over
UETLCSI
CORSETS
The slimness of youth is in the
long, sweeping, slender lines of
these famous corsets.
See the new models.
Prices $1.00 to S.0U.
Ask to see Corset N. c 248 of ex
ceptional value, heavy elastic front
bands, extra strong front steels, sizes
from 20 to 36, extra fine contil $2
A WORD ABOUT
WASH GOODS
What ever your wants may be
n Summer Dress Fabrics we can
supply your every need a most
liberal and comprehensive show
ing of the newest weaves, fabrics
and colors in all the latest ef
fects. CKEPE PLISSE One of the
most staple and desirable of
wash fabrics, colors absolutely
fast in dark and light styles.
Suitable for kimonas, waists
and dresses, a fabric usually
retailing at 2iic yard, spe
cial 19d
IMPORTED RICE CLOTH
One of the daintiest of them
all a very fine seeded white
cloth, printed in beautiful flor
al and Dresden designs very,
very effective and dressy, 36 to
38 inches wide, ier yard-354
SALTILLO CREPE, a most
beautiful fabric printed In
dainty designs on a soft
crepey, silky ground, drapes
beautifully, exceptionally good
for the new ruffled dresses, 36
to 38 inches- wide, a grand
value at per yard 35
The above are only 3 numbers
taken from the dozens we
show Again we say come to
us for whatever your fancy dic
tates in wash fabrics you "will
find them on our counters and
always less than you ' pay
elsewhere.
2SO Waists, Special $1.49
The very latest models. Not a lot of out of style inferior make waists
but waists that are extremely new. Made of seeded rice cloth. Em
broidered Voiles, Lace Cloths, Batiste, Kou retted Crepe and Crepes,
styl.nV Hummed in lace and f mbroidery, " new style cottars, long
sleeves and late model cuffs
all sizes, choice
$1.49
Sample Waists, Spcl. $2.39
Many of these are only one of a kind; sample lines from the "Red
fern," "Geisha" and "Arrow" Waists. We have also taken a num
ber of our regular stock waists and included Jn this lot. Waists
regularly retailing at from $3.50 to $5.00. All sizes in the lot. A
wonderful lot of waists at the price. -
Your choice
F.REK
With every pair of
HICKORY
HOSE SUPPORTERS
Women's and Children's sizes
Lie to 2.ric pair.
A FINE SCHOOL TABLET
ClN. Diamond &Bro. PhoeniK-Mp
Oil
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w:inj.ia'rviTTTn:MJ-ji:M m:inn
WndZOI -SZI9 SastmslMoaSt.
COMFY CUT VESTS
The kind that won t slip off the
shoulder, sizes up to outsize 9,
regular 20c values 12 12C
20c WHITE HOSE
A fine gauze lisle hose, deep gar
ter top, reinforced heels, double
sole and toe, a 20c value pair
121-20
75e UNION SUITS 59c
Made of special quality comfort
mesh, open weave, cool and ser
viceable. Sizes up to outsize, spe
cial value 50
40-TNCH CREPE
DE CHINE
A heavy all silk crepe de chine in
all colors black and white, good
values at $1.50 per yard, extra
sPec4al 31.25
LONG CLOTH
A fine soft finish even weave long
cloth, 36 inches wide, a grade reg
gularly selling at 12 l-2c apecial
10 yards T9
FRENCH CREPE
Absolutely fast colors dainty pat
terns on cream white grounds, a
fabric worth 12 l-2c yard, extra
per yard gk
SUMMER CORSETS
59c
Corsets regularly selling at $1.00
pair,' nearly all sizes in the lot,
extra strongly boned, your choice
59
RIPPELETTE
QUILTS
The ideal bedding for summer use,
in dainty stripes on white ground,
sizes 81x90 and 90x100, Note this
Prlce ' 81.59
EMBROIDERY
FLOUNCING S
Worth up to $1.50 yard, in white
and ecru, rich handsome designs,
40 'and 45 inches wide, extra spe
cial, yard T9
EMBROIDERY
FLOUNCINGS
Another wonder, values up to
$2.50 yard, rich embroidery ' or
crepe, rice cloth and Voile, 'white
and dainty colors 98
CHEESE CLOTH
Full yard wide, clear bleached, ab
sorbent finish. Quality regularly
selling at 6 l-2c yard, extra special
value 5
KAYSERS GLOVES
16-P.utton length in Chamoisette in
"black, white, grey,' natural and
sand, 75c pair , elsewhere, all sizes
here ...... V... 50
BLEACHED MUSLIN
Battleship brand, full yard wide,
soft finish. An exceptional 10c
quality, yard .....fl-lc
and means to send substantial aid
to those who lost their all by the
breaking of the dams.
Although only meager information
has been received here P. C. Gettlns,
member of the Rotary relief commit
tee, in a long distance message from
St. Johns, ascertained that approxi
mately eleven families are destitute,
having lost all in the fldod.' This in
formation was laid before the com
mittee last night, and it was decided
to ask for contributions of groceries,
clothing and cash for the flood suf
ferers. "We hope that citizens will not
wait for the committee to call on
them in person," said F. E. Rich,
chairman of the relief committee last
J night.
"Any citizen having new clothing
or food supplies to send, are asked
to call the Lighting Delivery or
Chambers Transfer company, both of
which concerns will transport the
goods to the depot free of charge.
It is expected that the Santa Fe
railroad company will carry the sup
plies without charge, and it is pos
sible that the same arrangement will
be made by the Wells Fargo Express
comiany. Contributions of cash will
be very acceptable."
Persons are urged to call Chair
man Rich at 1870, Gettins at 413 or
W. W. Edwards at 731;
o
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. ' A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
WEATHER TODAY
tASIOCIATB) PBIM DISPATCH
WASHINGTON, V. C. April 16.
For Arizona: Partly cloudy.
PATENTS Homestead patents
were received at the U. S. land of
fice yesterday for W. F. Bowes, Dal
las H. Smith, Kile Roughan, Josephine
Morrow, Homer B. Ward

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