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THE ARIZONA KEriltSixLUAJN, SATLKJJAl KBKUAliY 16, 191 S Final Clean Up Sale Just 1 0 Days More N Diamond &, Bro. Phoenix Arizona- io 209 EastWashuinUjn St N. Diamond u Bra Phoenix Arizona io 209 Easl Vtoiiffifjtoi St. Splendid Bargains Here Today Every Department Offers STUE POPULAR SIIOPl'INC CENTER upportumties tub popular shopping centerT poewN Mia l4Ut t Early Spring Models I 1 LLIXERY FULL OF PJCTUi? ESQUE CHARM -Tin- first ;n rivals in Hats for the early days of Spring arc especial ly picturesque although they are in simple and daintV styles. Thev ai-e as liiiht and airy as 8prin itself and as gay in color." -Many new and novel innovations are included in this showing. Fvery model is an authoritative style approved bv Fashion. There are. lnany small shapes as well as droopy sailors. 'Women anxious to do their hit this Spring are going to dress attractively at the least cost which can be accomplished by selecting any one of these wou-i derful Hats. They are ready now for inspection. LATEST CREATIONS IX Newest Dresses for Spring -But one little peep at these beautiful dresses, and your dreams of "Fashions Garden of Fascinating Stvledom" will be realized. It would be an injustice to these lovely dresses, of rich and rare beauty to attempt to picture them here. -Visit this store and let your vision rest upon these garments, really, a treat to the eye. And Suits and Coats -For spring wear are here in the most desirable colors. -So many new styles just fresh from the maker. -And the prices will please you, too. ' . ' . A Splendid Showing of Wool, Silk and Wash Goods Specials Today See This Silk Poplin Worth $1.39 a yard at 88c. t Indeed, we offer unusual val ues during the last few days in our present quarters. Plan your spring dress and see these poplins. 50-Inch Poiret Twill Medium Weight per yard $3.50 Just right for spring wear. See it todav at the Boston Store. White Fancy Skirting for Spring Wear per yard $3.50 You'll admire the weave Bedford cord or basket weave. Attractive, rich looking for separate skirts. White Chincilla for a Spring Coat, per yard $3.50 White chincilla is very popu lar just now. Are you going to make a sport coat ? Here's a Popular Silk Shirting at 98c. An unusual value Crepe finish with satin stripes in as sorted colors. The Boston Store Offers j Silk Shirting at per yard $1.39 It's time now to plan the making of spring waists and men's shirts too. An excellent quality. Shepherd Check Suiting Most In Vogue for Spring. We have never shown a greater variety in 50 and 54-inch widths. Any size check vou'd desire and any price, 9Sc, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 to $3.50. White Serges for Early Spring Wear Per Yard $3.50. And just think of the width, 56 inches. All wool, cream white. Ask us to show you this fabric. Special Value 50-inch White Serge, $2.39 Considering the present prices on wool goods, this is a most unusual value. Just right for spring suits or a separate skirt. Hosiery Bargains at the Boston Store Today Fiber Boot Silk Hose 59c Value at 39c Yes. at the Boston Store today. Black, white and colors and all sizes, too. You'll buy two or three pairs when you see them. Buster Brown Hose for Women at 25c. Get hose for yourself at the Boston Store. Sizes 81- to 10 white only. They're guaranteed. A Boston Store Bargain Fancy Silk Hose at $1.53. All silk hose in white, grey, black, red wdth fancy stripes and drop stich. $2.00 value? Indeed, yes, if bought at present factory prices. Buster Brown Hose for Women, 35c or 3 for $1.00. It's great satisfaction to wear a hose with a guarantee as to satisfaction. Trv this black hose. All sizes. Silk Sweaters for Spring Q HZ Wear, Worth $14.50 at. . . l O During this final clean-up sale we are not consider ing former prices. 'They are all good styles just a limited quantity. Colors are rose, gold, green, grey and some checks in blue and white, green and white, rose and white, with sash or semi-belted stvles. The Prettiest Blouses for Spring shown now at the Boston Store You'll Want to See These Beautiful Lingerie Waists. -Just because they're new and showing the very latest in spring blouses. White yes, all white voile, some daintily trimmed with fine lace, others are beautifully embroidered, then those with just plain tucks that women like so well. They are here now at $2.90 to $14.50. You'll Admire These Georgette &A nsy Blouses We're Selling at P. I A Of course, that's not our regular price. It's just an extraordinary special value styles are all new. Flesh, rose, white, some perfectly plain others with fine tucks and many are embroidered in neat designs. Just Two Dozen Handsome Waists Values from $12.50 to $14.50 at. . . . Of chiffon and lace combinations.' Georgette crepe, radinne lace, net nicely trimmed with fancy buttons or beads. Every one different. Colors are green, mustard, grev, pink, lavender, rose, purple, flesh. Pretty enough for any social occasion. Newest Style Middy Blouses Just Arrived White and colors, some styles are smocked See them todav $6.95 Big Apron Sale Today--Here Nice Gingham Aprons 98c Regular $1.39 garments all trimmed in solid colors and all sizes, too. They have elastic waist band. The material alone is worth more. Better see them today. Cutest Bungalow Aprons $2.50 Values at $1.98 You'll like the style. Of ginghams in plaids and stripes. Many new color combinations. See them at the Boston Store todav. Just Arrived, a Shipment of New Spring Shoes for the Women. We invite your inspection - today and offer you on our new shoes a discount of 10. We ask you to make a comparison of prices and quality. Here's Some Interesting News OA Disc. Rich Velvet and Silk Hand Bags . . u So many styles and so many colors that you'll find one to match your new dress. Velvet or silver frames, fitted with mirror, some have small coin purse see them today. Entire Stock of Laces and Embroi deries at 20 Discount Entire Stock of Silk Ribbons at 20 Discount Entire Stock of Table Linens 20 Discount Army and Navy Yarns 69c Skein Extra Special Colors are Gray and Olive Drab A. Splendid Display of Boudoir Caps Regular prices from 69c to $2.50 combinations of rich silk ribbons and lace choice at 20 disc. An Extraordinary Oppor tunityAbout 65 0 AO Corsets at .... vA.TO Values up to $5.00, plain or brocaded and so manv different models that will be suitable for your figure Odd and ends, broken lines to be closed out. Big Bargains In Every Department at The Boston Store Today You'll Be Surprised When You See the Prices 1 0. t AFTER MANY MEMBERS Five hundred new members Tor the Camp of the Woodmen of the World of the fstlt River valley is the slogan iidopted by the membership campaign committee of Phoenix Camp No. 5. Woodmen of the World, at a meeting held last evening. Definite plans for a. campaign intended to bring about a realization of the slogan, were per-" foeted and these plana will be presented to the local camp at the regular meet ing next Monday evening. That they will be adopted without amendment or alteration is the firm belief of every member of the comn ittee. When Phoenix Camp met last Mon- j day evening and named R. '. Sloane, . W. H. .Snell. K. ?. Vincil. T. H. Adams, ; Harold Wilson, K. R. Fisk, A. L. Hig j gins and M. L. Stewart a membership campaign committee, it practically left uie plans tor the proposed campaign in the hands of these eight active chop pers. While details of the plans devised and worked out last evening will not be made public until presented to the camp for approval it is understood they embody one of the most spectacular mid far-reaching campaigns in the his tory of woodcraft. Jt is said, too, that the nio'st valuable and attractive prizes ever offered in a Woodman member ship campaign are to be made an in centive for the best work on the part of t'.ie members in the approaching campaign. As planned now the campaign will open on February 1. continuing for ten weeks and concluding on April 29. It, nill extend to the camps in Phoenix, Tempe. Mesa, tilendale, Wickeye, Casa 'irande and Florence. State Manager M. L. Stewart last evening expressed that the mark of new members set would be easily attained and he fur ther stated he believed it would be sub stiantially overtopped. DEATH IUS CD Hi Introduced the bill in the legislature providing for the establishment of the Pioneer's home at Prescott, was sup ervisor of its construction, lived in the home and died there, is the record of Colonel Andrew J. Doran, whose death occurred at 4:30, o'clock on Friday morning. It was caused by cerebral hemmorhage and followed an illness of long duration during which he suffered partial paralysis. Colonel Doran was .a resident of Arizona for forty-two years. He came to this state first in 1862, but did not become a permanent resident until 1876. He was born in Ohio in 1840 and was 78 years old at the time of his death. For many years Colonel Doran was a prominent figure in Republican poli tics in Arizona. It was in the twenty fifth territorial legislature that he in troduced the bill providing for the Pioneers' home. He was superintend ent of the home during the adminis tration of Governor Richard E. Sloan which ended in 1912. Some time ago, at the invitation of the present admin istration, Colonel Doran became a guest at the home with the history of which he had been so intimately connected. The date and further arrangements for the funeral await the receipt of advices from relatives in Iowa and California. o r Do not wait till tomorrow phone that WANT AD. to The Republican and dispose of, or et what you want. CASE SNIFF IS TOD N The plea of Fred Dromlet, I. AV. AV. propagandist, that be carried a case knife, well sharpened. In order to be equipped to carve steaks served in' Phoenix restaurants, may or may not have been , a commentary on the toughness of the meats served in the eating houses patronized by this sol dier of fortune. However, City Magis trate Frank Thomas, before whom Dromlet was arraigned yesterday aft ernoon, charged with carrying con cealed weapons, considered the plea from various angles and. giving Dromlet the benefit of the doubt, as sessed the minimum fine, which was $20. Reading the provisions of Ordi nance 99 to Dromlet, the magistrate made it clear that he had no other alternative than to find the man guilty as charged, the ordinance mak ing in a misdemeanor to carry a knife of any sort other than a pocket knife. As a table case knife could hardly be classed as a pocket knife, the judge had no other course than to adjudge him guilty. Dromlet had been arrested some time ago by the police and served a long city jail term. At that time he tore up his I. A. .AY. card, declaring he had been deserted by the organi zation and allowed to languish be hind ars when a move on the pan. of the I. AV. leaders would have re sulted in his release. More recently he has been observed frequenting the I. AV. W. headquarters. On Thurs day Policeman Jerry f-ullivm ob served Dromlet distributing I. W. W. literati re. He accosted the man and told bim lie would have to accompa.iv h:.m to the police station -ifl explain this to the chief. Dromlet made hurried entrance into the I. AV. AV. headquarters and the 'policeman sent for reinforcements. AVhen other - of ficers had arrived they entered . the rooms and placed Dromlet under ar rest. ' He is said to have concealed the handbills he was in the act of passing when first approached bv Policeman Sullivan. These wer fount! in the room. AVhen Dromlett was searched the knife and papers were found reposing in an iner pocket. Trial of a second charge of passing bills without a -permit was continued to next week. JOE McBRIDE BACK Joe McB.-ide. secretary of the com mission of state institutions, who ha been absent from the office for a few days to recuperate from overwork, is bavk on dutv again fuHy recovered.