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REMIT MEN MUST BE MADE 11 THE 'ARIZONA REPUBLICAN'. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1918 STUDY OF HOM MID WEEK To be a success in homo -making the problem must bo studied by the housewife just 4s any business wom an studies her vocation. This was the statement made by Mrs. Mary T. Lock wood, state leader of tiie home conomics extension of the Univer sity of Arizona, in an address before, t lie Woman's club yesterday on "Fmergcnry Extension Wo'l: Among Women of Arizona." Mrs. Lockwood declared that dur ing the present period the home maker had not one department of the home to consider l nt its cvocy phase and that it was her duty to her country to dispense with all but the essential needs. She recalled the days when know ledge of the "three TVs" was con sidered an education, and to read ins, 'ritlng, and 'rithmetic, she said nhe would add that fourth and important "Jl" right living. Mrs. Lorkwood gave a resume of a tnlk which she heard made by Food Administrator Hoover in which he referred to the large posters Been everywhere featuring "Food Will Win ;he War." He contended that unless housewives made sacrifices food would lose the war. Mrs. Lockwood advocated the use of foods that give strength and d:d not limit her talk on conservation to food hut to energy as well. The club programs was presented under the auspices of the home eco nomies department and one of its delightful features was the contribu tion by Mrs. W. T. Barr who fur nished violin numbers. OTNI WIFE. SINGLE, IS TOJET ALLhigh DEFEATS Mrs. Edward O. Van Daele, widow of the engineer who burned to death as i result of a gasoline explosion in his lire repair shop, will inherit his es-. Lute of J20,000 if she does not remarry. The property of the deceased in this rounty and in Kock Island county, Il linois, is valued at that amount in petition for probate of will and letters testamentary filed in the superior rnurt yesterday. The hearing will be held before Judge l-.ynn.an at 4 o'clock on February 4, The local property is valued at $3000 while the eastern estate is given as $15,000. Mrs. Van Daole. is named an administratrix in the will filed several days ago In which she is named as the sole heir providing she does not marry. In that case she s to share the estate with her son, isestor Van Daele, who is In the navy. o GUILD US TO I LEAGUE Standing committees were named by President V. W. Griffen of the Mari copa County Realty board, at the board meeting last evening. The meeting, which was largely attended, was held in the Central .school building, , a dinner prefacing the business session. One important matter to" come i:p was the question of the endorsement of the good roads project for Maricopa county. Clay Parker, of the good roads organization was present and made a must effective informal talk. It was decided that the realty men will attend a good roads meeting in the chamber of commerce building on Friday after noon at 4 o'clock, when they will offer all assistance possible to the cause of better highways. The standing committees for the county realty board will be as follows: Membership committee V. S. Dor man, chairman: E. W. Hanna, W. R. Stewart. A. A. Oarrick, J. F. Tracy. Finance committee R. K. Grace, chairman; T. M. Burroughs, S. P. Healy. Publicity committee: B. . W. Get singer, chairman; F. A. Dibble, Frank Stewart. Constitution and Ry-Lavs Commit tee H. S. Prince, chairman; Vernon Cook. J. i;. Kellogg. Legislative committee J. R. Tortus, chairman; Carl Schader, R. R. Bailey. Appraisal committee George K. Lil ly, chairman; F. D. Lane, W. K. James. Arbitration committee Ralph Mur phy, chairman; H. T. Weldon, W. G. Tolleson. Printing committee W. H. Grinstaff, Hal Prince. NORIL SCHOOL Fur the benefit . of the Knitting league, the Junior Guild will give a bridge at the Woman's club tomorrow afternoon. The plan in vogue at former benefit card affairs of reserving tables will be carried out although there will be any number who will find their tables af ter the guests have assembled. Those who do not care for bridge will find the tea hour delightful. Mrs. Herbert Burr Atha. and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Herbert Burr Atha, Jr.. Mrs. Charles Gardiner, Mrs. William Kennedy Humbert,- Miss Bessie Knsign, Miss Elizabeth Jones and Miss Fay De Mund will receive, and those who will preside at the tea tables in clude Mrs. Charles De Sales Wheeler, Mrs. Edwin Bakes, Mrs. H H. Smith, Mrs. H. G. Challenger and Mrs. K. H. Klefer. o The Coyote boys' basketball team defeated Tempe Normal last even ing 33 to 20. This gives the Coyotes another chance at the valley cham pionship, and places them upon an equal with Tempe and Mesa. At the end of the first half the game was a tie, 12 to 12. In the last half the Coyotes piled up 21 points, while the NorBtlites had only 8. The line-up: Phoenix: Chaney and Tolleson, forwards; Smith, center: Thayer and Grosso, guards. In the latter part of the game Young substituted for Chaney and RJstow for Smith. Tempe Normal: Goodwin and Glenn, forwards; Craig, center; Con way and Lockling, guards. The Tempe Normal girls team wal loped the Phoenix girls' team to the score of 24 to S. The line-up for the girls fqllows: Tempe Normal: Sweeney and Hines, forwards: Metz and ' Ivy, centers; Marley and Franklin, guards. Coyotes: Harris and Franklin, forwards: Loftus and Luke, centers; Troutz and Williams, guards. O NEGLECTED M E IS T lancis Winter, an insurance man rf Oklahoma, is here to face the 'barge of failure to provide for his .,vife and minor children. When the complaint w;is filed, some months ago, Winter notified the authorities that he would oome to 1'hoenix any time he was called with out the county sending special offi cers for him. He declares that there is absolutely nothing to tho charges and alleges that he has tho receipts to show he has forwarded frequent sums for the. maintenance of his family. The preliminary hearing has been set for 10 o'clock Saturday morning in Justice Wheeler's court. LEMON EXTRACT IS RIS UNDOING "Come out or I'll shoot you," were the words that roused cotton pickers early yesterday morning when M. Calores made his way to the Holmes Wooten ranch seven miles southwest of' Phoenix. Calores after succeeding in forc ing several men to appear before liim found one who waa not to be out done and who shot at the drunken Mexican's feet. "I'm shot," howled Calores. Not yet over the effects of his lemon, extract jag. Calores in the county jail last evening still declared that he had been wounded although there was no evidence of a bullet wound. A drunk and disorderly charge was lodged against him by Charles Mus grove, the deputy sheriff who made the arrest. e FRESH Shipments Everv -week of that fam ous CHOCOLATE SHOP and Lowney's Candies. We are glad to add our guarantee to every box of this candy that we sell. TheBUSY DRUG STORE E. P. DUNN, Mgr. Phone 660 Victor Deliveiv HELP REQUIRED IN DRAFT EXAM In adition to the assistance whicii will be needed by the draft board in classifying eligibles industrially, help will also be required in the physical examination of the men which starts next Monday. Male help is required exclusively in this work, to assist the physicians. High school hoys, or clerical men are believed to be best adapted, and the board requests that any who may wish to perform this patriotic service will communicate with W. M. Cross, mem ber of the board, who will be in charge of volunteer assistants. Mr. Cross may be found at the headquarters of the lo cal board. ' It is desirable that the board ascer tain how much voluntary help is avail able so as to be prepared for the work when it actually starts next Monday morning. o ALLOTMENT MADE EOR ROAD IRK With a. total allotment of $100,000 for road work for the year 1918, County Engineer Harold Bargman has outlined his expenditures for the coming season allowing for inside district. For the official and general work he sets apart J10.000, outside district J 8,000. culverts nnd reserve $10,000, equipment $30,000 and Wickenburg roaa xio.uuo. According to Bargman's annual re port which has just been filed with the board of supervisors. J06.776.30 was spent in the highway department last year. Four hundred and forty-five and a quarter miles were graded under his supervision and 4,380 miles or road maintained In the past twelve months. "From Cellar to Garret" the Price Tickets on the various tables and show cases, tell the Story of Merchandise Reductions. The few Mid Week Specials most certainly will convince the Doubting Thomases of Buying Opportunities. Undeniable. Values in WOMEN'S SUITS Fl 1 fWU IF , Du: 2 $20.00 Suits of good firm fabrics and well made, now $25.00 Suits thatcarryanairof individuality all their own, now $10.00 $12.50 $30.00 suits of good quality pop lin, velours, broadcloths, etc. De signed to meet the need oE everv dav hard CI E flA wear, now $d.UU' $33.00 suits include the always substantial cheviots, tricotine, broadcloths, serges, etc., in ex tremely well tail- CI H fTA ored models, now. . 1 t 03 $40.00 suits tailored and trimmed in the season's latest models and of fabrics that give the great- i .si"!!!:t.::.n: S20.00 $30.00 suits of soft, high quality broadcloth, poplin, silvertoncs, velours, etc. In designs that will satisfy the most CO K ff discriminating, ikav"" And so on up into the more exclusive materials and tailoring goes this wonderful and timely re duction. Including suits handsomely trimmed in Fur and expensive braids valued at $100.00. but now for this Pre-I nventory Sale reduced to $50.00. A Waist Sale of real importance to the' thoughtful woman seeking t& replenish her wardrobe of Pretty Waists. Georgettes, Crepe de Chine and Messaline stripes. Formerly priced at $3.93. Special for CI QQ tomorrow . ........ . O Last Opportunity Of the Season to Buy These Staple Coatings At Reduced Prices 54-inch Coatings in wool plaids, velfur, tweed and kersey fabrics. Tomorrow' CO QP, yard W&O Former values up to $5.50 yard. 1st Floor Dress Goods Section Another Timely Sale of "H Jbvemng Gowns Creations, onlv rivaled by those from New York's fam ous attelliers. Striking designs and color ings that will charm the most discriminating society matron or debutante. Tomorrow morning we will place 25 of these gowns, val ued up to $75 cop; npr on sale at ... . . W&O.VO TO If K A One Day Sale OF Silks and Satins i We had hard work to get the silk buyer to "come across" with any' items for this sale. Silks are too scarce he said. But we finally got 4 rare bargains out of him for tomorrow. 36-inch silk poplin, in gray, green, brown, navy blue and black colorings Formerly priced at J1.2G yard, for tomorrow, 89c yard. 40-inch charmeuse -satins in the lighter shades for evening wear and in the darker shades suit able for street wear, J2.50 and J3.00 values. For tomorrow, $2.00 yard. 36-inch fancy taffetas in the new pastel hades. Suitable for evening and party dresses. Val ues to J 3.50 yard. For tomorrow, $2.00 yard. 36-inch messaline satin in navy blue, light blue, copen blue, red, brown, green, gold, purple, gray, pink, black and taupe. For tomorrow, $1.39 yard. Attractive SPECIALS on Every Day Wanted Things All on the main floor. ARMY SERVICE FLAGS Just received by express different sizes 75e, 85c, $1.25, $2.25 and $3.50. Extra stars will be given FREB if needed. Service Pins, 25c each. WOMEN'S KNIT UNION SUIT And a perfect garment it is too regular and out sizes 3S to 44. Extra special $1,00. Other knit union suits, all reduced, 85c up to $4.00. White and Cream CHAMOSETTE GLOVES In all sizes 2 clasp, plain backs. A most excellent value at $1,00 pair. WOMEN'S BLOOMERS In white, pink and black, very elastic, reinforced in needed places. Just the garment you need for these frosty mornings and evenings. All sizes, 85c and 95c. WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S PLAIN LAWN HANDKERCHIEFS Daintily hemstitched. A very good school handkerchief. Special, 55c dozen. BOUDOIR CAPS Made In new and different styles, wonderful little creations of lace and ribbon and dozens of styles to choose from, 50c and $1.00. NEW ARRIVALS AT THE NOTION DEPT. Hair pins in cabinets both the straight and crimped kind, invisible and heavy, 5c, 10c, 15c and 20c box. , CHILDREN'S GARTERS White and black elastic of excellent wearing quality. This is our new special brand (The Sidley Garter) all sizes. Smallest, small, medium, large and largest, 15c, 20c and 25c pair. Our Basement Specials Are always saving specials. These few are particularly attractive. Orient Sheets, 81x90 inches; special, 85c each. Orient Pillow Cases, 45x30 inches; special, 22c. Bates Crochet Quilts for large size double bed; special $2.50. Flannelettes A new assortment of colorings and patterns just received; all 27 inches wide; special, 20c yard. Spring Voiles We have just received this splendid lot of new spring voiles in a wide as sortment of patterns and colors to choose from. Special, 25c yard. Cotton Foulards In light and dark patterns. -10 and 120-yard lengths, will sell, spe cial at 35c vard.