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pnfjii pTrnnm UUIll UILU Ull limit PACE . Ai " : V" ROBERT BERRY HMJL1M I l sX Y F U.sA J! W T 111 M ft A trial that convicted Robert H. Terry of bootlegging and demon-) Itrated the methods employed by the Thtel detectives in procuring evi dence, cams to an end yesterday whea the Jury returned its verdict. The foreman of the jury, J. L. Gaol, In handing the verdict to the rlerk, stated that If it were proper, a plea for mercy from the Jury went Wltu the verdict. Judge Stanford replied that it would be considered When sentence was passed. Berry, who is the driver of a for liire car in front of the Majestic pool hall, was engaged by Hugh Waiker, head of the Tlilcl detectives cprrating in this city at the present lime, to cliivo his party to "Bill' Jensen's. He was give n $. accord- i rg to Walker's testimony, for w His- key. When the. party was enroute. Cor the road house, Kerry Is alleged to have turned Walker's attention to a pocket in the car where liquor ran stored. The courtroom was rather taken by storm when Katherine Patilla, known about town as "Tess," was called to the stand. The young woman who had been Walker's com panion, caused more than one man a moment's uneasiness when she was asked to look over the court room ad so if she could recognize any en4 with whom Hhe had ever had an ngagement such as that with Walker. Slowly her eyes searched the Jury and she nodded a "no." Kvery face in the courtroom was ararched, not making an exception Of the Judge, and still fhe said "no." Reva Stevens then took the. stand r.nd afterwards the detectives in whose company the young women were that night were recalled, the irdss examination of the Thiel meti hrkiz out the fact that their night BIU Jensen had ha not pleaded guilty to the charge of conducting a dis orderly house. Walker was asked If It were not true that he was a married man. He answered yes. He also said he had five children and tha hir wife knew all the circumstr nces brought out in the trial. o 1MGEME MS ARE ETED FDR BIG mm WINNERS Schedules for the big two-day ten nis tournament today and tomorrow at the Phoenix country club were announced yesterday. A ppeclal re quest is made to have all entrants ready to play by 10:30 o'clock. Men's singles include Baker vs. Worner, Judson vs. Home, Elliott vs. Bright, Andrews vs. Lawton, Law hnn vs. Leppla, Hammons vs. Wil liams, Goldberg vs. Orth, Kebell bye. Men's doubles Goldberg and Jud non bye; Elliott and Baker vs. Horne and Hammons; Orth and part ner vs. Williams r.nd partner; Marshall and Cowell bye. Women's doubles Behn and Par- ons bye; V. Edwards and Burton V. Chesney and At wood; E. Edwards and Oloen vs. Butler and Bent; Wit beck and McArthur bye. Women's singles Behn vs. Olsen, Butler vs. Bent, Chesney vs. Burton, V, Edwards vs. Atwood, E. Edwaras vs. Kedewill, Pierce bye. Matches, Courts, Time : Court No. 1 8:G0 a. m. Saturday 0Hdberg vs. Orth; 9:30 a. m, Ham jvitris vs. Williams. 'Court No. 2 8:30 a. m., I-ieppla vs. I.awhon; 9:30 a, m., Judson vs. Home. Court No. 2 8:30 a. m Lawton vs. j Andrews; women's singles, 9:30 a. m., j Atwood vs. V. Edwards. j Court No. 48:30 a. m.. Elliott vf.: Brirht: 9:30 a. m., E. Edwards vs. j Jtcdewill. J BIGiiMIEfil IS DIVERTING SHOW Having much of the same appeal which has made the daily cartoon the reatest of trip successes, "Bringing l Father." which opened its engage ment at the Elks" last evening, bids fair to do a good business during its three days stay here. The house last night was a good sized one and the Jokea seemed to piease while the antics of "father" Jiggs undoubtedly did. .Tiggs is played by Walter Vernon who is made ud as close to the cartoon phanKtp net it ia nndihla tit Ha ITia I wife, Louise Karl, has also studied the cartoon "mother" to perfection and in make-up and expression is quite ade quate. The third active character part falls to Brownin Carroll as the daugh ter whi)c our old pal, Dinty .Moore, he of the, great service flag with hun dreds of stars In honor of his salooa "customers" gone to war, is the foil. The sketch, - comedy, cartoon or whatever It is; designated is full of musical numbers, has an adequate r.horus , presentation and not enough plot to bother those who do not want thought but who seek entertainment. Percy Walling and Louise Wolfe carry off the solo stunts In music for the principals and the chorus livens up things with well drilled dances. AHO WASHINGTON 3TR? l .-ssz&sT&k mm i. wmMVfm&mmmmm ) v.. immw rwilliii f Economy Basement 50 DOZEN Women's Silk Hose, all colors, plain colors and fancies. Reinforced heels and toe, seamless and full-fashioned, 50c quality, limit 4 pairs, per 25 100 DOZEN Women's black and white lisle Hose, seamless, fast dyc,'"Oif all sizes, per pair . . . . 75 DOZEN Women's White Hose, full fashioned and black, seamless; 1 Qf all sizes, per pair C CHILDREN'S HOSE in black, white and colors; fine lxl rib, double-heel IQ and toe, all sizes, pair . . . . . . J-JC 100 DOZEN Men's Half Hose, fast black, white and colors1 all sizes1 extra special, 2 pairs til MEN'S HOSE, of extra good quality lisle, seamless, in blacks, whites, and "fl colors ; per pair MEN S CARTERS, all fancy col- 1A ors. Paris garter style XUL IIANDKERCHIEFS Men's full size, hemstitched hems, good quality cambric, extra; each MEN'S Wash Ties, big lot, each 5c MEN'S Silk Ties, all colors "Cc THE STORE WITHIN THE GREATEST: The Policy of KORRICE Will always be one of service and Courtesy Prompt and careful attention to every-cust; Korricks' marking all merchandise at the lowest possible prices consistent with god comfortable and spacious salesroom, one' in which we take great pleasure in inviting PHOENIX, SATURDAY. APRIL 1 j KORRICKS' ECONOMY BASEMENT PHONE 1602 PRIYt LI Ifl FINAL CUTEST Mrs. R. C. Sloan and Joe Xygren were declared winners of the loving cup at the final dancing contest held at Patrick's hall last evening tinder th auspices of the Woodmen pf the World. . Last evening's was the third and last contest of a series which the Wopdmen have held in the past month. Mrs. McGrath and R. C. Sloan were lose contestants and were given sec nf place, tvhile Mrs. Morrell and C. f Bprnett secured third place and Miw; t'uber and ('. IX (ircgory fourth, M;. Wlcker.ham and Mr. Ilavden. both dancing W'hcrs ot this city, act- B - to w mm Economy Bargain Basement Women9 s Ready -to Wea Not one item mentioned here but what is cheap than plain materials alone would cost you. Street and Afternoon Dresses Made of Foulards, Plain Chiffon Taffeta, Pongees, Fancy Silk Plaids, in semi-tailored and Sport Models Many with Georgette Crepe sleeves, others daintily trimmed all the pretty 4. spring shades all sizes. Actual values up to $22.50. Choice pl.lVO $8.95 Made in semi-tailored and Sport models. xll colors, all sizes. Choice Regular values to $15.00. DANCING FRCCKS One of the biggest purchases of the GINGHAM DRESSES for street wear, of good quality season. Made of dainty Chiffon Taffeta in pretty pastel zephyr, in stripes and plaids; all this season's models; $5.00 shades; silver lace and maline trimmed; $20 CQ Qk and $7.50 values $0 and CO QC values SfS;SPXlEoSSES fiC0tt?n 1;ulards' iu Vf fjP VOILE STREET DRESSES at $2.95 and $3.95 and Jboulard designs;, all good colors, -well made A tiu and tailored; values to $8.00. Choice JO an colors. Easily worth 50 per cent more. All sizes, Separate Skirts TUB SKIRTS of heavy quality fancy sport stripe Gaberdines; values to $1.50. Now 95c SKIRTS of pretty mercerized Rajah, in tan, blue and gray; easily worth $3.00 each. Now . ; $1.98 SILK .POPLIN SKIRTS in all the new spring 1918 colors; all correctly tailored. Special .$3.95 150 SKIRTS, made of Covert Cloth, all wool cream and navy serges; shep herd checks, satins, taffetas, mohairs, in plain colors, sport stripes and tartan plaids; regular and extra sizes; values up to $8.00. Choice, extra (SfA special IVJ CREPE KIMONOS Made of fast colored serpentine crepes in plain QQp colors and fancies. All colors. An extra special. Choice OL HOUSE DRESSES AND BUNGALOW APRONS Made of ginghams and percales, of;)extra quality, darks and lights; full cut and well made; full QO run of sizes ; extra special. Choice , tOv .BUNGALOW APRONS Made of staple checked ginghams and percales; dark, medium and light colors. Easily worth" 25 per cent KQp to 'TQp ' more. Two qualities OuK, iuL n Economy Basement DRESS LAWNS 12y2c Also figured Voiles, white grounds, printed in M pink, blue, lavender and black. 1 GINGHAMS AND PERCALES, 15c. j 2 1 to 32 inches wide. Think of it, actually less than mill cost today! Light, medium and dark colors; full 25c values. Now 15c. TISSUE GINGHAMS, 25c 27 and 30-inch, assorted stripes and checks, in medium and light colors; 35c values. MANCHESTER PERCALES, 25c The best Dress Percale made ; worth 40c yard today; full range of colors and patterns; colors positively fast. DRESS GINGHAMS, 29e Large assortment of fancy Highland Plaids, in every color combination; positively fast colors. DRESS VOILES, 25c Regular 35c to 50c values; big range of pat terns and. colors, .stripes, woven stripes, fig ures and plaids. All now, your choice, rard 25c. 50c BEACH SUITINGS, 25c All tub-proof materials in fancy sport stripes and assorted designs; all the good colorings; an 1JC " WUS, JAP CREPES, 35c Genuine imported Jap Crepes absolutely non-fade. AH new designs in every popular color. FANCY POPLINS, 39c Actual 50c values. Fancy and Novelty stripes in all the staple and popular colors. WHITE POPLIN, 25c Special- Mercer finish, snow white, for child ren's wear,. aprons and dresses a wonderf id value. FANCY WHITE GOODS, 15c Fine striped and checked lawns and dimities white goods, worth up to 25c yard; buv what you want, 15c yard. ( ECCJJMY BARGAIN BASEMENT CHILDREN'S GINGHAM DRESSES 50 DOZEN extra special, sizes 2 to 6 years, tub OKf proof gingnams, limit 4 to a customer '. JXTRA QUALITY Gingham Dresses, Zephyr quality, plain colors and plaids, 2 to 6 years 59c; 8 to 1-1 yesrs ....................... CHILDREN'S WHITE DRESSES of nice quality lawn, embroidery trimmed, 2 to 6 years size, limit 4 to a O K p customer ..i ECONOMY BARGAIN BASEMENT Boys' Tub Clothes, WASH PANTS, sizes 2 to 6, in white, stripes and solid col ors; straight pants and knickers;, extra special; limit 4 to a customer, pair mO EXTRA QUALITY tub crash and cotton suiting, JQp sizes to 15, knicker style, pair ... ;.. rrtl SPECIAL QUALITY khaki Knickerbockers,"well H( and strongly made, sizes to 16; pair. ... . . I Economy Bath For Our Boys Do not let us, for one moment, lose sight of tW one that will demand and require every price to pay for Democracy's Victory! Make Our Country Safe for 0 B uy Libetf - .