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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18,' 1913
PAGE THREE Rirr liilli cum Tin I ;rr ' ' ill ...lv i i m-r :: .-, rk 1 PI tl .1 rla.s. Illl JOHN L 600DSOH - !':iihi;i1 ul .Inhn Latham Good i M'.in;;iti who tliid of a u ;i nstirtt 1 inlii.'ii-'l l.v i.i-nl, while in of (i'lin;illlhui- ill at tile Ilnss mii I. I. on Angeles, on A.igust 1", 'l;n hero ! r i'in ilip unU'!t;iki!ig .1 ol the .1. T. Whitney com pa --t nltiv altemoon. There was a ;tl (rnilii n -c ami a profusion of ni : rri ns. young man died some hours 1m1 v., is shot anil was conscious last. He requested that his luoiiu'lil to l'hoenix for the il aii'I tluti taken to his hirth- . ilrahatii. Mo. for burial. His its reside hi'ir, liis father John !noil:-im, I'ring custodian of the al huililin:;. r aihlrr'ss ar the funeral was dc--d l.v (Vlon.'l .lames H. .McClin- v. iio said thai there could lie no ier death than that of one who fur Ins country anil i: could ho i 'i i:.iit I his j mini; man had so iv.w In1 hail offered his life for I Ml II 1 I V. was ul years, one month and 13 tiee Wheeler's court. It was found' that there was already a case against I him for speeding. He was arrested! the day he stole the car hy Motor; Officer Khodcs who did not then! Know that 1he car was stolen. The ; young man had been up on a similar; charge. j Accordingly he was fined $o0. There were two reasons why he did not satisfy' the judgment. One was that he did not happen to have $"0 and, tile other was the convenience of rc- ! maining in jail now that he is there.! IJoynton did not ( arc to be moving! ! aimlessly about from one lodging; i house to another. j o- NORTH SIDE Department GLENDALE PEORIA L. E. KINGMAN, Manager Mrs. Shively, News Correspondence Phone: Glendale 60 ol ape. He enlisted in Phoenix mie of this year and entered raining school at San l'edro where iccanie a seaman of the second He had many friends in Phoo ecause of his unfailing good na The interment will be at the ol his birth. LITTLE GIRL FALLS 5 ED 0 T Ol NEEDED 10 I1UCTI i'. ' ' . I'.uynton. the youth who stole !a k Hai her's Marmon car is occupy ing a suod deal of tile docket in Jus- ULEXUAI.E, August IS. The little (laughter of Clyde Staggs while play ing on the cement walk yesterday, fell and struck the back of her head on the hard pavement. Dr. Van Maul was called and the little one was brought around all right. H was thought she was killed at first as she remained un conscious twenty minutes. Attend Funeral Many of his friends here attended the funeral of Scott Miller in Phoenix yesterday afternoon. Mr. Miller was well known and respected. i " -5 -" " V- ,'.. k- if -4. ... .Willi., i. -V If-- t v J Surprise Party Several families, friends of Mrs. Rob ESarker of the Fowler district, gave her a surprise last night by dropping in for me evening. Delicious reiresnments were served. Mrs. Marker formeily lived in the Fowler district. Many Friends at Funeral The funeral of Mrs. Barbara House was held at the -Methodist church yes terday at two o'clock. Hev. Mr. Ben nett conducted the services. Many lovely flowers were brought by her friends as silent tributes of the esteem in which ijhe was held. Chas. Slankard Candidate for nomination .subject to Democratic Primaries for CONSTABLE Phoenix Precinct, West Native of this Precinct Back Home Again Ira Moore and family are home from California. They have been visiting their son and brother, Harry Moore, who is in the service of Uncle Sam. issmeSett WEDS J.P. Xews has been received in Thoenix of the marriage in Washington of Miss I Anne Carnett to .lohn P. Blaney, of Boston. Mrs. Blaney will return t"i Phoenix in September for the duration of the war and occupy her position as head of the history department of the high school. Mr. Blaney is an architect and has been associated with his brother in practice in Boston. He is now in of ficers' training in Washington and ex- ! pects shortly to go overseas. International Feed Grinders Grind your corn in the husk or on the cob, also maize in the head, for fattening your stock or feeding your dairy herd. The Type D with its adjustable cut ter bar and burs will grind as fine or coarse as you wish and the gear ing is such that you cannot clog the machine. We can make imme diate delivery on these machines in 8" and 10" sizes. Also sacking vand wagon box elevators. Don't fail to see them before you buy. THE 0. S. STAPLEY CO. INC. Five Points Phoenix Mesa BETTER BIG ('. H. Howard, local manager for the ; Goodrich Rubber company has assem ; bled some valuable information con !c(rning highways, as follows: the Council of National Defense fully recognizes the vital military and economic importance or the highways of the country. It recommends that during the waf all improved highways be conserved by suitable maintenance provision as i far as it is possible to do so. It recommends that those highways which arc substantially helpful in car- rying on activities which aid in w in j ning the war not only be maintained. I but where necessary that, they be im : proved or constructed. Such highways ! would include, (a) those which are ' utilized by the military establishment; I (b) those which carry a considerable j volume of materials and supplies es sential to war industries: (c) those which constitute material factors in ; the food supply of the nation, and (d) i those which arc utilized to amarked 0 WING to the large at tendance at the Burlesque Bull Fight last night, the ' same will he repeated again tonight at 7 p. m in order to give everyone a chance to see this spe cial attraction. This is no doubt the greatest novelty ever shown in Phoenix. irll,milill grari Tonight at 7 p. m. DANCING EVERY EVENING for SHOPPERS Aprons Aprons .Made of heavy percale, nicely trimmed, belt and pockets, in. light and dark colors, extra full sizes Q&P Special 0i Aprons Extra full made, in plaids and checks, newest combinations, QO best make Special tP-L.JO Ladies' Bungalow Aprons Nicely trim med, made of heavy ood percales, newest patterns and combinations N. Diamond fvBro. FhoenLx Arizona- wewM 201 209 East Washinoinn Si. THE POPULAR SHOPPING. CENTER Wash Goods Half-Price values to $3-speciai Porch Dresses Porch Dresses Made of large plaid ging hams, trimmed with white cuffs and col lars, large pockets, best made; (J0 QA 50c Wash Goods Half Price 36 and 40-inch Printed Voiles, in assorted plaids, stripes and figures, plain and corded worth 50c yard Special, per vard New Style Porch Dresses ginghams, full and well made Special -Of large plaid $3.50 One Special Lot Ging ham and Fancy Voile Dresses .J ust figure the cost of material, you will soon realize what a wonderful bargain this is. Ginghams in' large and small plaids newest styles: Special $3.75 Domestics Plaid Ginghams In large and small plaids, checks and stripes, genuine 25c quality 1 Special, yard 32-Inch Gingham In large plaids and other de signs, finest quality; our usual 45c value OOp Special, yard AVv, Yard Wide Percales High grade quality, light and dark grounds, all newest patterns. 0n Values to 40c yard. Special, yard iO, Bed Spreads Full size, crochet, an QTi excellent value. Special D&U Large Size Huck Towels Plain white and 1 7p red borders. Special J-4v 32-Inch Gingham Fancy plaids and QQp stripes; worth 50c yard. Special Otv Zephyr Ginghams In all the newest JJ plaids Special, yard 54-90 Sheets HKp Special, each 4JL 36-Inch Brown Dress Linen 50c value Special, yard UtJK, Yard Wide Bleached Muslin Splendid 1Q value. Special, yard -LUK, Hosiery Women's Lisle Hose Extra fine quality, spliced heel and toe, garter top a 45c value; black and white Special, pair OOC Women's Silk Hose Finest quality, full fashioned and extra serviceable; a large assortment of colors to choose from, such as black, white, taupe, grey, corn, choc olate, etc. $1.25 value, special, per Women's $2.50 Silk Hosiery of pure thread silk, in white, black, light and dark grey, bronze, chocolate, champagne and pink, full fashioned, extra spliced heel and toe, lisle garter top; $2.50 M H( value, special pxlt Children's 39c Quality Hose 29c All sizes, best grade, black, white and choco late, fine rib and vcrv elastic; OQn special ! Children's Topsy U. S. Soldier Hose All sizes; black, white and chocolate; " Qr value 29c Special ILKS 88c At Most REMARKABLE PRICES of the Year $1.39 Silk Poplin 88c 3G-inch Silk Poplin, in colors, such as copen, reseda green, brown, old rose, navy, burgundy, grey, etc. Regular $1.09 Special, yard Pongee Silks Oriental Pongee Silks, 32 inches wide; the best $1.00 value. Special Tub Silks Newest assorted stripes, all patterns, suitable for men's shirts, as well as for misses' and ladies' dresses and waists. Values to $1.G5. Special Pure Dye Chiffon Taffeta 3f inches wide, in old rose, trench blue, reseda, Havana, faun, wisteria, grey, black, etc. $2.00 value Special, yd 40-Inch Crepe de Chine In shades of Nile, sapphire, marine and navv blue, reseda green, rubv, tabac, black A A and white $2.00 values ) J Special, yard Shoe Section 500 Pairs of Misses and Children's Mary Janes in Patent Kid, Gun Metal and Vici Values to $3.50 $1.69 Sizes 6 to 8 $1.49 Sizes 8 to 2 White Canvas Shoes Low heels, laco stylos, regular $3.50, now at , $2.80 White Sea Island Duck Lace Boot $7.00 Shoe, at $1.98 S5.60 White Canvas Texton sole, rubber heels; sport shoes, at $2.80 White Canvas Lace Boots Welt soles, Louis heels, resular $6.00 qualities, at $4.80 White Canvas Pumps Ucd Cross, Goodyear welt, Louis heels regular $7.00 pumps, at White Canvas Pumps Regular $3.50, now at White Canvas 1-Strap Pumps Regular $5.00 quality, at $5.60 $4.40 $4.00 White Reinskin' Lace Boots Welt soles. ivory soles and heels; $5.50 shoes at White Canvas Lace Boots $4.00 styles, at $4.40 $3.20 White Canvas Lace Boots Turn soles, Louis heels; regular CQ tf $4.50 styles, at J)O.UU Whi,te Canvas Oxfords Military Aj heel. Regular $2.50, now p.UU 25c Soap. 19c Woodbury's 25c Facial Soap Special, at White Canvas Lace Boots Regular $3.50 shoes, at $2.80 Waist Spe cials Ladies' Fine Voile Waists Plain and fancy voiles, plain white and colored stripes; all-sizes, and extra good values. Speeial AO Price ZJOk, Ladies' Finest Voile Waists Newest styles, plain and corded voile, embroidered collars and lace trimmed, a complete line to select from, and C1 1 Q extraordinary value. Special D-Lo-L Ladies' Crepe de Chine Waists In flesh, white and maize embroid ered; pin tucks and lace trimmed; small and large QtO QO collars; all sizes. A complete line. Extra Special .. Pep olastic Waists QQ $2.50 Values P.i0 Nearer than anything to perfection. Beautiful white voile waists, trimmed with lace or embroidery The only waist with the essen tial features of fit and comfort which olliersJaek 1 QQ Sizes from 31 m to 50 Underwear Muslin Underskirts Well made, lace and embroidery trimmed and attractive TQf Special iVK, Women's Night Gowns Made of soft quality nainsook, nicely trimmed in lace and em- r7Qf broidery Special I tC Women's Gauze Vests Low neck, sleeveless i Ol Un Special J-'"t "Rosary" Envelope Style Union Special $1.05 A very fine knitted garment in envelope style, scalloped fii 'shed bottom and French top. The most popular porus knitted Union Suits for women; regular 69c quality, gg Women's Union Suits, Worth 59c, Selling 37c A real bargain today. Xice quality, all sizes. Lace Trimmed or tight knee. Taped or French top. Splendid savings now at the Boston Store. Women's Pink Knitted Union Suits, Worth 79c T'ink undergarments are in vogue. The 1'oston Store special showing today at special prices should interest every woman. Taped neck shell or tight knee. Boston Store Special Vests for Women 19c -All sizes. Taped or crochet lace trimmed neck. An unusual bargain. N.Diamond&Bro. Fnocnix- Arizona- 2oi to209 East WasliinotonSl THE POPULAR SHOPPING CENTER Hydrogen Peroxide Hydrogen Peroxide, half pound bottle; scaled stop pers Special, 12C degree in the operation of useful in dustries. The council directs attention to the fact that the problem of highway con siruction and maintenance is a com plex one and involves the exercise of discretional powers by a number of governmental agencies. For example; it may be mentioned that the. supply of railroad curs for the nipvement of highway materials and equipment in volves consideration by the railroad administration: the supply and dis tribution of road oils, asphalts, and other bituminous road materials af lecting as it does the supply of fuel oil, call lor atention oy the fuel ad ministration. The consideration of the priority in the. production of materials used in highway work brings this phase of the problem to the attention of the war industries board. In view of this complexity, state, municipal and county officers could to advantage call upon the director of the bureau of public roads, department of agricuU ture. for assistance in meeting the various difficulties as tticy arise, as co-oi dination may be secured on high way matters through that agency. 1 a I WILL DISCOUNT FOR CASH for 30 days the finest stock of new furniture in Phoenix. I mean business and never practice deceit This goes. FORD'S NEW ANNEX STORE, 144 East Adams near Republican office.