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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1917
PAGE FIVE 'ATR1BTIC IS FRLSTON CASE GATHERING I IT I J'leading fur jat i-ine with Russia iran Scarlett in a Patriotic uddrcss uti cov-ery of the body the Woman's cluli yesterday declared that according to the democratic pilii fiples of the United Stales ii should be the wish of this co"'?r;- t i see a llerriocracy established there. A derno- ratio Russia even without furnishing war aid, is more desirable than an im perial Russia, an ally in the great world war, said thp speaker. I ean Seaiiett sj'ol.e of the lein Tiiug of the fourth year of the war. re viewing the internal situation of all inuntrtes Involved in the grea.1 strife. I'nless peace comes "from the le'art Aof thp German people,'' it will not be a lusting peace, declared the speaker. A Eronp of tilth school girls under the leadership of Aliss Walsh Bans the national anthem and during the after noon a wnr cake nule was conducted by Mrs. A. (!. t'tley. with the result that $17 will be added to the fund for the purchase of wool for knitting ar nients for the bo s on the battleship A rizona. The program under the auspices of the civics education department, .Mrs. K. C. Jjtyer, chairman, was supple mented by Jirs. II. I'. Lockett, who read a particularly timely poem, writ ten by F:ie.mor A. Hunter in ISTii for the 100th anniversary of the declara tion of Independence. The poem is particularly fitting when Ho many women throughout the country are knitting for soldiers anil sailors, just as they did during the bleak season for the Continental army. What Uhoda Karrunri accomplished, other women ' ere attempting to duplicate today eager and willing to make the (ame -acrlfices: In the. last of these t 'eiilentiial days. Jt m sing a sons to a woman's praise; There were no developmentsin the Kalston case yesterday. All day long searching parties were engaged in different sections of the county going over ground again and aijain in the hope that some trace of Kenneth C. Falston might iPad to dis- I'.en Falston, brother of the man who so mysteriously dropped from view just a week ago, continue to search I with the authorities, refusing to give i up until he has. definite word that hia I brother is dead or alive. I Yesterday, accompanied by Mike SU'athey and Ivan M'Tan. he went i over th' Oltndale district, while in an j other direction Sheriff W'. H. Wilky I and Deputy Sheriff E. .!. Warren con- ducted their investigation. Constable i Hoy Morrell s. on red the country" north I of Scottsdale. The constable headed an Indian posse, after being granted permission to use the Indians in serv ice by the agent at the Sacton reser vation. Today the BucUee valley will be fine-tooth combed for the missing man. MliEN ILL NODE Final arrangements have been com pleted by the Council of Jewish women for the apron sale and tea to be held at the Hosary tea gardens Friday aft ernoon. The booths will be placed in the gardens and aprons for tiny misses and for grown ups will be of fered at tempting: prices. There will be the dainty apron and the larger and more practical kind every taste being appealed to in the display. The booths will lie presided over bv How she proved herself in that time! rs- Mim ' . 'Viichelsoli. Mrs. Emil of strite. Worthy of being a pairiot's wifv. A titiV woman she. was not young Hut ready ot wit and nuii k of tongue; ' me of the kind of which Solomon told. Setting their pre ace..; lu'.ies Mid gold. A memory br-n o t lins annuel her n.ime; "I'whs Hhoda, F.irri'ivl, and w.irtliv of fame. Though scarce tho Or lie woven in rhyme In these her urunddaughier's ter'g times. (ianz. .Mrs. Irwin Fletcher. Mrs. Leon aid Wolf, Airs. Henry Baswitz, Mrs. Sol Kosenblad. Mrs. .Adolph Hirsch berg, .Mrs. it. 11. Duffy and Mrs. H. E. Hdelm.in. Mrs. K. K. Marks will have charge of the tea tables ana will be assisted by a group of young giris, in cluding Miss Aileen tianz Miss Ieah Vcsiancp, Miss Janet Solomon, Miss Effron, Miss lireenberg and Miss Handy. urn I it Mild ' d I At Hi goad. W'hippany village she stopped to all the s-iisters Prudence and Mary ! Hall. Just nut of the rlamor of war's alarms. ! Sli-' would not go in, she sat in her Lay in tranquil cpiiet the Jersey farms; chair. And ail ot llie produce in barn and r'';,rt IO Sirls her letter from shod there. By the lads and girls was harvested, j That was enough, for their brothers For the winds of. winter w ith storm i three and chill 1 Were in Lieut. Farrand's company. Swept bitterly over each field n n,l hill, i Then on Hhodj, went, stopping here Her husband was with the armv, and' "" 'here she ' i To rousa the reighbors from her old Was left on the farm at 1'arsippanv. i :hair When she heard the sound of a horse's I "bile she was riding her fingers feet. I flew. And Marshal! Doty rode up the street: A,lu minute by minute the stocking' He paused but a. moment a.id handed grew, down ' ! Across the country, so withered and A letter for Tlhoda from Morrislown. I brown, Jn her husband's hand how she seized j They drove till they came to-Hanover the sheet! I town. The children caine running w ith ager i There, mellow and rich, lay the feet: ' Smith's broad l&ndsT There were Nate find Betty, Hannah! With ihem she took dinner and and Dan, i warmed her hands. To list to the letter, and thus it ran. i Xex' toward Hanover Neck Dan turned After best greeting 1o children and! the steers. wife: Heart of his heart, and the life of his life," I read from llift paper wrinkled and brown, ''We are hern for the. linter-1ti STor ristown. , And a sorry sight are our men today Jn tatters and rags with no ign of pay, -s we marched to camp, if . n man looked back. By the dropping blood he could trace our track; For scarcely a man has a decent shoe. And there's not a stocking the army through: So send us stockings us quick ns you can. .My company needs them, every man. And every man is a neighbor's lad; Tell this to their mothers; they need them hud." Then, if never before beat Jthoda's heart. "I'was time to be doing a woman's part. She turned to her daughters, Hannah and Bet. "Ctirls, each on your needles a. Mock ing fcet, 'Jet my cloak find hood; as for you, on Dan Yoke up the steers Just as quirk as you can: I'ut a chair in the wagon, as you're live. I will sit and knit, while you go and drive." They started tit once on Whippany road, She knitting; away while he held the ANew Way toShave Tender Skins With Cuticura Soap AtFLAGSTAFF THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL will furnish you comfort and contentment summer and winter in the most in teresting city amongst the pines G907 feet above sea level. Climate perfect. Hot and cold "water and steam heat in every room. Public and private baths. First class dining room in connection. Rates $1.00 up. Chas. Prochnow, Prop. j Wbeiv her cousins, the-Kitchela, had I lived for years, j With the KItohels she supped, when j homeward turned, i While above her the Mars like Jan ! terns burned. j And she stepped from her chair, helped by her son, with tier tirst days work and her stockings done. On Kuckaway river, ao bright and clear. The brown leaf skims in the fall of the year. Around through the. hills It curves like an arm And holds in its clasp more than one bright farm. Through Kockaway valley next day drove Dan; liny though he was, yet he worked like a man. His mother behind him sat in her chair. Still knitting, but knitting another pair. They roused the valley, then drove through the gorge. And stopped for a minute at Comp- ton's forge. t Then on to Boonton and there they were fed. While the letter was passed around and read. ' Knit, said Klioda to all, as fast a you can; Send the stoekings to me, and mv son ban The first of next week will drive me low n. And I'll take the stockings to Morris town.'' Then from itoonton home and at t of sun She entered her house with her stock ings -done. On Thursday they knit from the morn till night, She and the girls with ail their might. When the yarn gave out they carded anil spun. And every day more stockings were dci e. When the wool was gone, then they killed a iheeo A co:ett - but robody stopped to! weep. i They pulled the fleece, and theycard- l .i And spun and knitted from night until day. In all the country, no woman could rest But they knitted on like people "pos sessed"; And Parson t'ondit expounded his views l)n the Sabbath day unto empty pews, Kxcept fur a few etray iuds w.o came And sat -in the gallery to save the name. On Monday morn at an early hour The Rtockings came In a perfect shower ' A shower that lasted until the night: Black, brown and gray ones, and mixed blue and white. There were pairs one hundred and Whirty-three, Long ones remember, up to the knee; And the next day fihoda carried them down In the old ox-wagon to Morristown. I heir like an echo the soldiers' cheers For Khoda. and I fin, tne wagon and Meers. Growing wilder yet for ihe chief In command. While up at -paUtle" to the brow flies each hand As Washington passes, desiring then j To thank liistress Farrand in name of I nis men. i But the words that her husband's lips i let fall. I t.r 1 . 1 , 1 I , i jvuew you wouia io it,- were Dest of all. And I think in these Centennial davs That she should be given her meed of praise; And while we are singing of "Auld ruling Syne." Her name with the others deserves to shine. An Unusual Showing of Children's Coats from $5.50-$17.50 It's the firs season we have shown such an enormous quantity of child ren's coats. of velours, kersey, mixtures, zebe lines and corduroy. sizes 8 to 14. Second floor. Children's Wool Dresses at Korricks' $5.00, $21.50 Well made, stylish and of extra nice materials. navy serges,. shepherd checks and ; plaids. Sisea 6 to-14. Second floor. Children's Bath Eobes $2.50 and $2.75. Heavy quality in blue,' red, brown, pink, in as sorted designs. Second floor Let Us Give Thanks Let Us Give Thanks to the Great Provider for the bounteous harvests not of grain or fruit alone, but of minerals and other substances of Nature "which the Cause of Righteousness so earnestly needs: Let Us Give Thanks for the loyal and ennobling spirit, with which men and women alike are giving their all, that the most precious heritages of civilization may be preserved : Let Us (Jive Thanks for the strength and unity and leadership with which this Great Cru sade has been endowed, and go forth to the test with the courage born of faith, with a song and a sword till the hosts of iniquity shall be forced to their knees Avith the solemn ac knowledgement that "Government of the people, by the people, and for the people shall not perish from the earth.'' See our Windows todar A mere handful, you Suits, that are to be . . A small, but very choice, very interesting lot of suits about 45 of them, perhaps, upon which we have placed this remark ably low price. $19.95 has been named as the attractive figure, and it is so far below the, regular ot the garments That we feel Just 'Arrivedl Women's Bath Eobes, Extra Special at $3.95 Now is the best timo to make a selection because the variety of colors and patterns is greater. and then, of course, the price1,. might satj, of winsome $19.95 today women are going to buy them admost at sight. Broadcloth, serges and poplins nicely ' trimmed with velvet or fur and many are just plain. here are values to .$32.50. Here are the Most Beautiful Suits, d6) f)f) values up to $35.00, at ...... p6D-. UU -A concentration of quality that is temp ered with value to the interest of women who appreciate the advantage of partici pating in a sale of garments-so high in the ranks of fashion. -Modes of the new French serges, broad doth, whipcord, poplins, tricotine and cheviots. In all the colors and tones that have never been more chai'ming. More acceptable. The belted coats with semi-empire backs and flare below the waist line. Tight fitting plain tailored models. New ripple short coat types, semi-belted effects with panel back; some man-tailored types with bindings of silk braid and slot seams. Many are fur-trimmed. The best choice, of course, will be in the early-part of 'today. Suits today at a saving of 20 to (h q j q r 30, their price being tpoty.uQ Serges, poplins broadcloths and novelty suitings have been ised in their fashion ing. Colors are dark blue, green, brown, grey and of course black. The Loveliest Blouses of Georgette and Crepe de Chine at $3.50. Some of them have the new high collar. Colors are flesh, white, pink, as well as etriped blouses in light and dark color combinations. then are the plain, se cry-tailored suits that, with a roll hat, are perfect for busi ness and the street; and there are fancy ful models some of which have velvet or fur collars and cuffs. Saving .worth .while today. Blouses of Crepe De Chine, $3.00 Values at $1.98. Plain and semi-tailored styles in flesh, white and maize, Many of them are richly embroidered. A wonderful brgai; $19.95, a very little price for some very Stunning Garments -An assortment of 60 or so frocks made particularly interesting because of the addition of many dresses from our higher priced lines. -Serge, serge and satin and satin dresses in the most popular shades. -some have pretty -Georgette sleeves, novel belts and pockets. -some are-trimmed 'with' braid, others are embroid ered and.have button trimming. -See these-before you decide about higher priced garments. -Look for the $19.95 sign today. And the Blouses of Georgette, Wash Satin and Crepe De Chine Were Selling at $4.95 Blouses that if bought at their regular prices would sell as high as $9.95 Isn't such a saving worth while! And to choose from such a variety of models. Colors are maize, gold, white-pink, taupe, Belgian blue. Many hand-embroidered, others with filet lace trimming. Kayser's Well Known Italian Silk Underwear at Korricks' Silk bloomers, well made and re-inforced, pink only at $2.75. Vests of heavy quality, some with ribbon strap, shoulders, elastic top or French top. Pink and white at $2.50. Camisoles of crepe de chine, Kavsers quality; special $1.25. ' ' Envelope chemise of Kayser Italian silk; pink -and .white, $4.25. Second floor SET THE STYLE The BON TON-CORSETS you-bujr here embody the world's best cor set style. For in Paris and London NewtYork and-Rome wherever cosmopolitans-fashion is created . OrTfhrt set the Corset Style. You pay no premium for this ultra fashion. BON TON Models at $3.50, $5, $6.50, sjsS and up bring maximum Style, Fit, Comfort and Service within almost every woman's reach. Our expert Corsetieres are at your service with an unusual showing of new models from the BON TON line.