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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 11)15
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Gas Stoi'e Com-enience with Kerosene
Cooks the Cooking
Not tlie Cook
A good oil stove concentrates all its heat at
the cooking point. That avoids an over
heated kitchen and that means comfort for
the cook even on hot, sweltering summer
days.
New Perfection
Oil Cook-Stove
For Beat Retulf Use Pearl Oil
'An oil stove brings the convenience of gas to
homes without gas. Xo heavy fuel to carry. No
dirt and ashes. And yet it cooks anything a big
coal or wood stove does. It is clean, convenient,
economical. Xo odor. Does not taint the food.
Ask your dealer. See exhibit. Palace of Manufac
tures, Panama-Pacific Exposition.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(ta!;fnrr.ia)
l'iuif tiix
pZ3 GIRLS, BEWARE OtrS-3,
B Think cart-fully Itow you drink from the u
s
n
OUPOF
LIFE
One way lead to the fmtterfly life and the
hroad road to destruction: the other to the
straight and narrow road of virtue and good
ness. EESSIE BARRISCALE
Takes the Leading Part in
it
THE CUP OF LIFE
Todav at the
j? Lion Theater
See This Picture It Tenches a Lesson
COMING Wednesday and Thursday
THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY
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W
COLISE
TONIGHT
HOUSE AND ALLARD
In a Big Laugh Carnival
A Night at
the Casino
10c 20c 30c
All New
EMPRESS
TODAY
ROMAINE
FIELDING
in
"The Weaker Mind," 2 Parts
FRANCISX,
BUSHMAN
in
"The Return of Richard Neat"
also
Two Good Comedies
ARIZONA
TODAY
LOIS WEBER IN
"SUNSHINE MOLLY"
EMPRESS
Coming Wednesday and Thuisday
Olga Potrovin ir
"The Heart of a Painted Woman"
LAMARA
"EXPLOITS OF ELAINE"
Installments Every
Thursday and Fridav
The Diamond from the Sky
Featuring Lottie
Pickford, every Wed
nesday and Thursday
at the Lion Theater.
STAR
Opposite Boston Store The Coolest
Place in Town Change of Program
Daily 10 and 15 cents. j
DEMAND MADE
ON PATRIOTISM
Phoenix Fans Solicited bv
Fair Ticket Sellers to fax
tend a Substantial Wel
come to lieturning Ball
Players .
CHOICE SELECTION OF SILK
HARMUESE PETTICOATS wide
range of fashionable shades selected
from much more expensive lines and
repriced at, each $1.98
BOYS' WASH SUITS made of good
sturdy fabrics wide range of plain
color combinations and stripes extra
values are offered at pre-inventory
prices ask to see them.
Today inaugurates the second week
of the ticket selling contest. Less
than two weeks remain for the fans
to show how they appreciate the
local ball club by buying tickets in
advance for the big loubleheadcr on
July 5. They are being given this
opportunity in order that the play
ers might have a pay day on then
return and the fans should not allow
a ticket to remain unsold. There has
been no advance in the prices, al
though holiday games usually call
for additional admittance.
The keenest rivalry exists among
the pretty girls who are bending
every effort to raise funds for the
club's treasury. Then, too, they are
not indifferent to the prizes that have
become familiar to .ill shoppers by
the prominent position the Jewels
occupy in the windows of Hege,
White and Wesley, Kosenzvveig and
Friedman by 'whom the gifts have
been donated.
A committee, headed by T. D.
Shaugnessy, president of the Phoenix
ball club, will umpire the girls game
and the line up will be announced
tomorrow. How they stand will also
be included in the announcement
Several of the young women whi
have signed up have requested that
their names do not appear for, while
they are practicing daily they do not
feel that they are experienced enough
for the regular team. However, they
gave out the following warning:
'"We will have a tryout tomorrow.
We are going to play a tight gam-
but we do not want you to recipro
cate. In other words, come through,
the boys need the money."
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'THE BEST ALWAYS
Sale
Gold water's Pre-taveetory
All departments are contributing with extraordinary yalues to make this the most attractive of anv Pre
Inventory sale, we-have ever held in most instances former prices have been forgotten, the only thought
at present is to clean up the departments of all lines of ' merchandise to be discontinued.
f AMUSEMENTS
HOUSE SPRINGS ANOTHER '
FUNFEST AT COLISEUM
If Billy House has recovered from
the effect of his strenuous efforts at
that baseball game yesterday after
noon, where he achieved the remar
kable of accepting 19 chances and
making 22 errors, he will be on deck
for "A Night at the Casino" this
evening. If am body doubted the
sylph-like Billy's ability as a come
dian he should have watched him
play ball yesteiday afternoon. As
a matter or fact that rotund young
j,erson is a pretty good ball player.
If he were to play behind the bat
there never would be a passed ball.
T I is circumference is enormous, al
most as great as his good nature,
les, he is good r.atured he admits
it himself, and to prove it be points
with "prUle to the fact that several
members of The Republican staff
"alleged ball players" are still able
to . perform their duties this morning.
"Sure we were licked." says Hilly,
but one man can't play the game
alone."
But to get back to our mutton:
There is a new show at the Coli
seum tonight, and it will be funny.
We know it will be funny, because
Hilly House and Jimmy Allard will
lay the comedy roles and they
couldn't help being funny if they
tried. That is our opinion not Mr.
House's. Beside the first two men
tioned there is Jack Barton and
Bobby Fitzslmmons, to say nothing
of the leading ladies.
Tfce fact that the Broadway Hon-
eymooners continue to draw excep
tional business to the Coliseum in
spite of the heat, and that they
never send away an audience dis
satisfied speaks for itself. The name
of the tabloid does not matter much
the' offering would be just as agree
able under any other cognomen. The
main thing is that each show is full
of fun. mixed in with catchy music
and clever dancing and that each
new offering pleases the crowd.
The name of tonight's oTfering is
"A Night at the Casino," and it will
be chock full and overflowing with
good things. It only runs until
Thursday. Change of bill again then.
Interesting Prices on Ready-to-wear
Choice selection of snappy values selected from our regular showing
We keep our stock in step to the clock tick.
Palm Beach Suits
Splendid selection of smart styles very desirable for beach and moun
tain jvear originally priced not under $13.75. Sale price each . .j$).J5
Silk Dresses
Nice selection of desirable styles in Ladies' dresses made of fancy and
plain colored Taffetas crepe-de-chine, charmuese poplin and tub
silks also fancy challies regardless of former prices these splendid
numbers' are marked SIO.OO. $13.50 818-75
Lingerie Waists 98c
Splendid selection of desirable styles in Lingerie Waists of plain
and barred Voiles long and short sleeves low neck, flare and student
collars each QSd
Dainty Waists $1.25
An assortment of new waists plain Voiles barred Voiles fancy colored
strijies and plain white Jap silk fresh from fashion centers complete
range of sizes.
Mrjll5inery Sale Extraordinary
All remaining early summer and late spring models smartly trimmed
have been arranged in two assortments regardless of former
prices and re-priced at 90 JjJl.OO
See window for special showing.
SIflks Attractively Priced
Splendid selection taken from our regular showing.
36 INCH SILK CHIFFON TAFFETA Fashionable colored stripes and
checks also Moire silk in blue, browns, plums, black and white
priced originally not under $1.25 yard. Pre-inventory sale price,
Jard 83
40 INCH SILK CREPE-DE-CHINE Wide range of colors including
white and black very smart for riresses Waists and Lingerie Pre-
inventoray sale price, yard 51.12 12
40 INCH SILK POPLIN Black, white, Goblin blue, Belgian blue, navy,
sand, African brown, Arizona silver, wisteria, plum and maise Pre-
inventory sale price, yard 9.")C
CHENY BROTHERS 24 INCH FOULARDS Choice selection of desirable
patterns wide range of colors Pre-inventory sale price, yard . . . -3J
36 INCH CHIFFON TAFFETA in white, pink, light blue, maise, Alice
blue, brick red, plum, brown, Oregon green and black Pre-inventory
sale price, yard 79
38 INCH EMBROIDERED JAP WASH SILK White ground, light blue.
.pink and black embroidered, especially smart for waists and dresses
originally marked $2.00. Pre-inventory sale price, yard..." S1.39
27 INCH WASH SILK Light blue, pink, Copenhagen, navy, brown, tan,
lleceda, Jight green, wisteria, lavender, red and gray former price $1.00
Pre-inventory sale price, yard 39
36 INCH.WASH SILK Light blue, pink, white and black Pre-inventory
'sale price, yard 7)
Table Damask
Wash Goods
27 INCH FANCY TISSUE GINGHAMS AND VOILES Desirable colored
stripes and checks formerly 25c Pre-inventory sale price, yard 14
27 TO 40 INCH FIGURED BATISTE AND VOILES In all colors 1200
yards in this assortment exceptional quality priced originally not under
12 '4c most of these fabrics were selected from much higher priced
lines Pre-inventory sale price, yard J)
30 INCH FIGURED CREPE Choice selection of patterns extra value at
Pre-inventory sale price, yard 12 1"2
FANCY VOILES, CREPES AND BATISTE An assortment comprised
of fabrics selected from our most expensive showings in these lines
values extraordinary at Pre-inventory sale price, yard 37
38 TO 40 INCH RICE CLOTH AND SEED VOILES, wide range of
colored stripes and neat figures, formerly priced up to 39c Pre-inventory
sale price, yard . . . i 21
38 INCH FIGURED LACE CLOTH Large assortment, formerly priced
much higher Pre-inventory sale price, yard 15?
36 INCH CHIFFON SILK MULL, lavender, maise, Copenhagen, navy
light green, and black desirable for slips and night dresses extra
ordinary value at Pre-inventory sale price, yard 19J
36 INCH PLAIN COLORED LACE CLOTH AND VOILES Large as
sortment selected from more expensive lines exceptional values at Pre
inventory sale price, yard 17J
27 INCH ALL WHITE DIMITY, stripes and checks choice selection
600 yards in the assortment formerly priced up to 15c Pre-inventory
sale price, yard Q
36 INCH ALL WHITE EMBROIDERED AND CHECKED CREPES
Formerly priced up to 39c very special at, yard 19
250 YARDS OF GINGHAM Formerly priced at 1214c wide range of
desirable colored checks and stripes extra value at Pre-inventory sale
price, yard 7 1"2
36 INCH PAJAMA CLOTH Variation of checks in plain white excep
tional value at Pre-inventory sale price, yard 17
Short pieces reduced. A number of lengths of table linen up to 15
yards, that we prefer not to invoice.
72 INCH DOUBLE DAMASK in a beautiful selection of patterns, art
noveau, carnation. Kdilweiss, lily and cream, laurel and Greek key full
bleached, yard SI. 58
72 INCH FULL BLEACHED TABLE DAMASK Peking stripe, Iris, rose
and carnation patterns, yard 81.38
72 INCH DOUBLE SATIN DAMASK One of our very best Empire
width and stripe, pansy and stripe, chrysanthemum, rose and scroll,
yard S1.73
SHORT PIECES FINE LINEN HUCK TOWELING, 22 and 24 inch
widths, yard 48
14 BY 26 INCH LINEN HUCK GUEST TOWELS Uncut lengths, mono
gram style. Special, each 25
22 INCH SILVER BLEACHED GERMAN LINEN TABLE NAPKINS
Very serviceable, good patterns. Special, dozen S2.95
MOHAWK SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES
42x 36 Hemmed 17
42x 36 Hemstitched 22
45x 36 Hemmed 18
45x 36 Hemstitched 24C
54x 90 Hemmed Sheets Oc
T2x 90 Hemmed Sheets 70
72x 99 Hemmed Sheets 77
Six 90 Hemmed Sheets 76
Six 90 Hemstitched 89
Six 99 Hemmed 84
81x108 Hemmed 91
81x108 Hemstitched 81.07
Domestics
36 INCH BLEACHED MUSLIN Extra good value Pre-inventory sale
price. yard 7
36 INCH BLEACHED HOPE MUSLIN Pre-inventory sale price. H
yard L-'ZC
45 INCH BLEACHED SHEETING Extra good value at Pre-inventory
sale price, yard 131"2
72 INCH BLEACHED SHEETING Exceptional value at Pre-inventory
sale price, yard 22
81 INCH BLEACHED SHEETING Double bed width extraordinary
Pre-inventory sale price, yaird 2-l
"The Italian" a Great Picture
IfGeorge He ban needed any further
testimony as to his greatness as an ac
tor It would be supplied by his work in
PLAZA
Opposite City Hall
Change of Pictures every dav
SIX REELS ' I
Coolest Place in Town. i
ARIZONA
THEATER
TONIGHT ONLY
George Beban
IN
THE
ITALIAN
"The Italian" the film which was shown
at the Arizona lat night and will be
repeated tonight. It is very, very sel
dom that one sees such a splendid por
trayal as Mr. Hi-ban gives in this pic
ture. It is a wonderful character
sketch, a portrayal that appeals not
only to the eye but reaches the heart,
splendidly produced, the story tells
in a simple and direct manner of the
love of an Italian bootblack for his
baby. It is a pitiful tale; but the som
berntfis is relieved by many touches of
delightful humor.
As a general rule, it seems to us, the
appeal of the moving picture is super
ficial and lacking in depth; but in "The
Italian" at least, Mr. Beban has done
much more than this. His pantomine
is superb and there Is a reality to the
story as he portrays it that is compel
ling. It seems to u that in a long list
of artistic achievements George Beban
has never done anything better than
his "Rcppo" in this film. It will be at
the Arizona for tonight only.
"THE CUP OF LIFE"
. SHOWN AT THE LION
A grap'.iic portiayal of the lives of
two sisters, one who chooses the
false atmosphere of material pleas
ures the other content with the
quiet sanctuary ot the home, is the
story told in the five-act Mutual I
Masterpicture, "The Cup of Life," at j
the Lion theater today. There are j
two sides to the cup of life, one is
sweet, the other' bitter, and so often
girls drink the easy way.
Bessie Barriscule plays the part of
the worldly-minded girl in "The Cup
of Life," with wonderful intensity.
The girl's gradual descent from the
pinnacle of luxury and ease to the
depths of squalid poverty and dep
ravity, and Miss Enid Markey as the
other sister is splendid. This picture
gives a vivid contrast of social con
ditions, the butterfly life of cafes
and boulevards and the straight and
narrow way of virtue and goodness.
In fact. "The Cup of Life" holds the
mirror up to Nature in very truth.
This feature will be shown at the
Lion theater today and tomorrow,
while on Wednesday the great serial
picture, "The Diamond . From the
Sky," will make its first appearance.
Betty Nansen Superb at Lamara "drinking water." and the best drinking
It was of Betty Nansen that the water in the valley at that. Hundreds
. , .. ; . of families ue it in their homes every
great Ibsen wrote, ' She does not act, , - mlioa
dav some even come from many mnea
sh is." It is this marvelous woman (m' ()n McL)ovven roai3 to carry a car
who is today as yesterday portray boy of it back with them,
ing the greatest of Tolstoy's char- j As usual on Mondays, the park Is
acters in the film play that is being OIlpn to women and children under 12
seen at the Lamara theater. She is untii four o'clock in the afternoon,
cne of the greatest tragediennes in There will be an orchestral concert at
t:it world, and that t.he was obtained seVen tonight, moving pictures at 8:15
by the Wil'iam Fix Film corpora- 1 an dancing at 9 p. m.
tion for a series of filmings in the I jt is fr0m ten to twenty degrees
United States, of those great plays cooler at Riverside than it is up town.
that demand an actress of special
type and ability to properly present. Fielding and Bushman at Empress
is considered one of that company's Each week two days are set apart as
greatest achievements. So great was special days when pictures made by the
the interest in her trip to the wes-1 one picture producer whose home is
tern hemisphere that a great delega- , phoenix, are shown at the Empress,
tion of Scandinavians, including the j Tne Romaine Fielding offering this
Danish minister to the United States, ! time ia a ,jrama in two parts entitled
were at the pier at New York to 'The Weaker Mind". This is one of
greet the royal actress. She is a nis best pictures but it is scarcely nec
woman of unusual charm, wonderful esaary to make mention of this fact as
ability and great power. In her they all pease. Another favorite who
many scenes she rises to heights of j wjj appear is Francis X. Bushman. He
artistry rarely seen in silent drama. , wiu De seen in a three part Essanay
The picture at the Lamara theater rama "The Return of Richard Neal"
is "Anna Karenina," the favorite ; aIld is verv aby supported by Miss Nell
characterization of the Immortal Craig. -In this feature Mr. Bushman is
Russian. This is the story with given a chance to do some of his best
which he shocked the world. Like ! work ani to mj-s it would be to miss
the "Kreutzer Sonatt," it deals'with ' a treat jn,ieed. A Vitagraph and an
the triangle situation two men and , Kssanay company completes a seven
AT THE DARDANELLES
Brig.-Gen. W. P. Braithwaite is
understood to be acting as chief of
the staff to Sir Ian Hamilton. Ueii
eral Braithwaite left the Somerset
Light Infantry for the stuff in 1900,
since when he has filled a number
of staff positions, in all of which he
. has done most useful work. He was
for five years chief instructor at the
Cumberley Staff College, and was in
liill appointed commandant of the
Quetta Staff College. Here he re
mained until the outbreak of the war,
when he went to the war office as
director of staff duties. General
XJlcLll!!VllLt Hint. Dan Uinf fllUtT
' with the Burma expeditionary force of
18S6-7, and went through the Boer
jWar. Truth, which records his pres
ent duties, congratulates Sir lan
Hamilton on having such a practical
officer at the head of his slaff in the
difficult operations in which be is
now engaged.
o
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can-
a woman. The woman dares all for
the man she loves, to whom she can
not be married by reason of the fact
that she is the wife of the prime
minister of the Russian empire.
Then the inevitable happens and the
end of it all is that the woman
throws herself beneath a
reel program that can't be beat. Think
of two such stars in two features on
the same evening.
The Plaza
An extra good program brings to the
Plaza "The Spender" for its feature to-
railroad day. This is a very strong drama in
train, having lost in the fight with j two parts. In addition to this there
the conventions of society and the K the comedy "Puss in the Well" an
laws of God.
It is a masterpiece of a picturp
exceptional even for the Lamara.
Fresh Water Day
"Fresh Water Day at Riverside",
that means the bi" J"ol was emptied
and scrubbed last night and today will
be full of clean fresh water day. The
kiddies love Monday mornings because
the water is not deep and they can
wade around in the shallows and make
the most of the short time that condi
tion exists. By three in the afternoon
there is six feet of water in the pool
and it is full and overflowing early in
the evening. At no bathing place in
the country is there more care taken to
keep the place clean and sanitary than
at Riverside. The water used is all
other of the same sort "The Hickville
Diamond Mystery" a one reel western
drama. "Seven and Seventeen" and
another comedy 'The Magic Mirror".
Star Theater
For the feature of today's program
the Star theater has a splendid five
part drama "Vampire of the Night"
full of thrills and daring scenes. In
addition there is another drama "At
Widow Maloney's" an engroeing story
of the sea. Seven reels in all and each
reel of extra special interest. The
cooling system at the Star makes it
comfortable and cool at all times.
The government owns 99 per cent
of the timber of the Philippines.
June
Karnival
Continuous High Jinks, if
you are too old to laugh
DON'T COME
Good tilings to oat and
drink
Y. W. C. A.
306 .N. 2nd Street
THURSDAY EVENING
JUNE 24th

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