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THE 'ARIZONA' REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 26. 1918
PAGE JIVE, an ARIZONA I The Arizona Christian Missionnry society vwll he in session today. It will be Aiizona day. Melnotte Miller of Douslas w ill preside. Tlie morning will )e t:iken by reports from pastors and the report of the board. In the after noon J:.dsar Lloyd Smith of Los An K les, superintendent of Bible sehool work and K. K. Dunlap, superintendent of missionu will (jive their field reports followed by a business session. In the evening Melnotte .Miller will deliver the president h addrea and ft second ad lreM will be delivered by Dr. Charles Wm. lie.in of Denver. Yesterday's Session The state oigani.ation of which Mrs. l-eoiRe IXiy ut I'hoenix is president held its session yesterday in the Cen Christian church. Practically vuy local organisation had repre nentatives. Former presidents of the mii-lot v. Mm. llattle K. Mcllroy of Tuc son and Mrs. 1'. A. French of I'hoenix, were present, Mrs. Hubert Wales, Miss ,L (i.'lnner and Mrs. HarUer of Miami, J. B. Jirown. Mis. Heuben It. R. Cook, -Mrs. V. a. Heck of Tucson: Mrs. J. V. Kngli.sh. Melnotte Miller. Mrs. L. D. McCortney. Mrs. J. W. Tierce of Dong las; .Mrs. W. I Busier, Mr. and Mrs. J-'reil S. Carter. Mrs. .). J. Tatum, Mrs. J. ri' Donell of Winslow: Miss Mary Jlillrr. Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Asa (iraham, Mis. .1. .1. Leo, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. fwift of Cilendale; Mrs. Cahs. I. i'rather. Mrs. Chas. Stewart, Mrs. D. (ilen Teetor, Mrs. It. I.. Gilliland, Mrs. L. C. Aiihtin. Mrs. A. IX Quinn, Mrs. A. N. Smitli, Mrs. C. K. Coldwell, Mrs. A. 8. Kiehards, Mrs T. A. Nivcr, and J. R. liountrec of Tetnpe: Mrs. Lowell '. Mel'herson, of Keuka Park, Y.; Mrs. J. r. Ivy. Mrs. .1. M. Harmon, and Mrs. Ii. 1". ciariton of Buckeye together with a larse local delegation made up a larpe attendance upon the sessions. Dr. Charles Wm. Dean ot penver, su iwi intendent of the inter-mountain district, composed of the states of Wy oming. Colorado, Utah and New Mex ico ai -i arrived today representing the A me ii-an Christian Missionary society and will participate in the convention today. Cain in Local Societies The reports of the morning hour from the various departments showed a gain in local societies, in number of memhers, number of the national pa pers taken and general work done. Mrs. Lowell C. Mel'herson delivered a masterful review of the work in all lands at 11 o'clock, and afternoon con ducted a round table on the immediate activities of the local organization de signed to bi ins the work up to a higher state of perfection. At the evening hour alter the story of the Circle Girls by Miss Bertrande Hcndrix, Mrs. Me l'herson delivered an address on the responsibility of the circle girl. History cf the Organization The lnter-national Christian Wom an's board of missions was organized in Cincinnati, in 1874. Its work has grown steadily from year to year until it has outstripped the other missionary organizations of the church in the b mount of money raised, the economy of its administration and the number and effectiveness of its missionaries. 7t. has schools and hospitals the world around. It has taken over the hard jijdistit ihr borne and the foreign so-ciett-l. and pushed them forward to success. It has to its credit the institution ff Bible chairs In connection with state institutions which have become popu lar now among many people. It also has planted schools for the mountain people of Virginia, Kentucky and Ten nessee. It took charge of the work nmnng the negroes a few years ago and made a wonderful success of that en terprise. Beside all this it helps in 34 states of the onion supporting pastors md evangelists. T 5 ILL WltET SftTURDAY The last meeting of the school year for the Maneopa County Teachers' as sociation will be held in the auditorium of the I'hoenix Union High school next Saturday morning, April 27, beginning promptly at 10 o'clock. The program Is one of unusual im-V-rtance. It will coosiat of the annual t.Jciion of officers, a brief report of I he State Teachers' association held at Tucson last week, instructions from u member of the state committee on war Mvlnns activities as to what teachers and pupils should do during the sum mer months and then a rare treat in a lecture and reading by Mrs. Grace Manners Brougham, from London. KtirUiml' a pupil of Sarah Bornhard's who represents most forcibly and very MVldly the "Spirit of the Allies.''- Mrs. Brouaham wii the admiration of the people of Tucson, stioke at. the Stfite Teachers' association and is one of the 'best war lecturers on the platform. Mrs. Brougham will begin her ad diess ut 1:45 o'clock. Tim public is invited to hear the address, by those in harge. L RESERVE 15 i:ig to the fact that the naval re serve is open for enlistments and that tradesmen of all kind now have a due chance to do their part the local of fice, rii Fast Washington street, will lie open Tuesdays. Thursdas and Sat urday nights until 7 o'clock, also Sun day afternoons from 1 o'clock to 4 o'clock. This giving all working men tin opportunity to make enlistments in this branch of the service. Men with one year I.Vh school training can enlist in the naval reserve as a hospital fiu i reirice, second class, or electrician radio third liass, as well as all other tradesmen enlisting in their trade. In this branch of government service men can etjllst. then be sent to the main station: from there, if they wish i an go home to await orders. This alone ought to be an excellent Induce ment to all. All men from the ages of IS to 3"i are eligible, and those within the di ilt age must have a release from the local board. All enlistments are for the duration of the war. A. I. 1'Bnn, recruiting officer of the cation will make a tour of the sur i . juioiniii towns explaining the excellent ofipoi tnnity that the navy is offering. ki n.it wait till tomorrow phone ! that WANT AD. to The republican j unit dispose f. or get -what you want. L Mmmr " 1 " - " "r. KG :.;;.::;::r.::a:.:: :::::.jJ";!:.;.:r:!t!i:;K:t;.: r vA "' RRICK Fourth . Semi-Annual Four Days Sale of HOSIERY Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday The great Hosiery Sale so anxiously and eagerly looked forward to by the families of Phoenix and tin; Salt River Valley the greatest money saving Hosiery Sale in the Dry Goods History of Phoenix. Thousands Upon Thousands of Pairs of Hose for WOMEN, MEN, GIRLS, BOYS AND INFANTS A slaughtering of prices a smashing of values, such as you seldom see in view of the fact that never before has merchandise, especially Hosiery, been so scare arid hard to get as now stamps this as the GREATEST OF ALL SALES OF HOSIERY Printers' ink alone cannot convey to your mind the extent and wonderful values we have here for you (See display in two of our large windows) STUDY TILE PRICES VI As MS? SEE THE WONDERFUL VALUES THEN COME IN AND BUY Children's Fancy Sox The comfort hose for summer wear, large assortment of fancy tops, in pink and blue combinations, white ankle and feet, seamless, all sizes; regular 25c values; "1 Kn per pair xtJl Children's White Hose Special, fine ribbed hose of medium weight, double reinforced heel and toe; all sizes ;, hose of 35e value; per pair Uv Women's Mercerized Hose Another extraordinary value Fine seamless mercerized cot ton hose, in black, white, light gray, steel, champagne, Copen hagen, lavender, navy and delft; full range sizes; OKp slightly imperfect; extra special value; per pair . . 0, Women's Lisle Hose Our regular first quality 50c grade, full fashioned lisle hose, blacks only; dee) garter top; hose knit to fit without OQ p a seam; extra value, per pair OUK Women1 s Cotton and Lisle Hose 19c a Pair 100 dozen women's full fashioned, light weight summer hose; white only; high spliced reinforced heel, double sole and toe; special quality cotton; all sizes; 1 Qp per pair J.t7V 100 dozen special quality gauze lisle hose, in black and white; changeless dye; seam-1 Op less; all sizes ' . . 225 Dozen Women's Hose, 50c Quality 29c a Pair A wonderful lot of hose, highly mercerized lisle, in blacks, whites,lavenders, champagne, grey, steel, pearl, navy, Copenhagen, pink and light blue; slight imperfec tions; also 20 dozen Havana brown hose of first quality, 50c value: These hose are all of very fine gauge, very elastic and really extraordinary values." We advise OQn your purchasing the limit at this price; pair 50 Dozen Onyx Sox MEN'S SAMPLE SOX, VALUES TO 75c, 35c FAIR, 3 FOR $1.00 This lot consists of plain colors only black, white, tan and Palm Beach; sizes 9y to lHo; in silk, fiber and mer cerized lisle. j 100 PAIRS ONYX SOX, EXTRA SPECIAL, 25c Don't overlook this item, the best value you will be able to get for some tune, if ever again; plain colors, tan, gray, black and white. All sizes. MEN'S COTTON SOX, 2 PAIRS 25c A wonderful wearing sock in a medium weight cotton; fast colors, in blue, lavender, black and tan. All sizes. Silk Hose Special 50 dozen women's pure silk hose, in white, black, Copenhagen, brown, tan, sky, cham pagne, gray, yellow, lavender, pink and green; also fancies, white on black and black on white; extra high spliced reinforced heel; double sole and toe; deep garter top; all sizes; actual $1.25 values; choice, per pair, 70 p reallv a wonderful hosiery value EXTRA SPECIAL 60 Dozen 50c Quality Hose Per Pair 25c Only 60 dozen in this lot, but what a value! Bursou hose, in blacks and whites; regular and extra sizes; knit to fit; with out a seam; one of the best wearing hose in America; seconds of a 50c quality; buy them by the box, Of per pair $2.50 Silk Hose $1 .69 Positively the best $2.50 value quality silk hose; only 10 dozen in this lot, in navy, green, champagne, light blue, pink, bronze and black aud white stripes, two tones and stripes. The celebrated "Onyx" brand of fine silk hose. Also a lot of Richelieu ribbed, extra high spliced, reinforced heels, double sole and toe; all sizes; while they fi?" ?Q ' ' ' ' last ' Pure Silk Hose One of the best values of the sale in all about 50 dozen pure silk hose, in black, white, gold, canary, champagne, sky blue, piping rock, Gettysburg grey, silver, May brown, bronze and pink a regu lar full fashioned hose, deep garter top. high ' spliced, rc-inforced heel and toe, all jJ QQ sizes; a wonderful value, per pair Also white with black fancy embroidery and black with white. Boys' and Girls' "BUSTER BROWN" HOSE 3 Pairs $1.00 All sizes, in absolutely changeless dyes, blacks, tans and Avhite made from best quality cotton, linen rein forced' heels and toe; special weight ribbed: a hose of ex ceptional merit. Buy all you can, price never will be as cheap again; all-j1 AA . sizes, 3 pairs 1,uv Boot Silk Hose A special seamless pure ,silk boot hose; special heavy weight: all sizes; white only; also Sil-Kite and Knox Knit fibre silk hose, in blacks and white special service, light weight, strongly reinforced in needed places, wide elastic garter top, stop-run top; all sizes; some of the best wearing and most satisfactory of all hose extra special, ' (JQ per pair vj Extraordinary Special '"ki 4 nnn. a .7- r,. ' TT7 O '17. TT iuuu oampLv runs uj vvu meres ouk, nuse A wonderfully strong lot, consisting of all silk hose and fibre silk, in every color and hundreds of pairs of fancies, made with deep, mercerized garter top, high spliced, reinforced heels, double sole and toe; a shade of hose to match any dress; actual values up to and including $1.50; all in one lot. Main floor, center aisle. Buy these by the dozen values cannot be Q duplicated. Per pair riiwr AND WASHINGTON 3T. 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