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uit-l,i v ia) i'AKi Ob tiiiusibMltiia COIX IV. II) TROTSKY ;H 7 leasure to ALL LINI RSGBOSSTEARQQM 1ANY Prices THE AKIZOXA REPUBLICAN, FIJI DAY MORXIXC. OCTOBER 2.1, 1918 Its a P W alK I hr ougn i ms btore i liese iS ARE COMPLETE and Tliore - 1 yep '! 11 Days Are NOVELTIES at Economy . - iii: t v. h;'.-- the - i.tiahl Tt : .1 ! tiriJ. t". i-l."P i . 'I !) 'Ml' I ! .,. . I M Hl.ly j i . . : n ! ..I:i for ! ' - s i w 01 l.ni' n :i re i i ni'i: i! iiL' i.i.M I,i t , : ' :i 1 1 :t n 1 oi mini; 1 he j . ... il .. toe Kdl.ii y j : .a.ai r - V. 1 !.rl '"' ! a v. r. lane t iv those , .!..' v I'.li tin- I leak and N '.(". ii I ' . ; 1 1 artM (if of tie- deioniUons. j ii... u il' lie itr(.,-n illi I .: n enntta-tiiig tone. v a a il ia i-cy (it t ae pre- ; t v. 'I !n vm:i I, and t l'i - i'i il! i f1 ana ntiiated in . iii.i;i,p K. tnik ..r.l-lia j . . 1 ) is oi 1 1 11 1 e r li'l a hit i .: " i!' i ' noti on the i . . 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'i - 1" runii', and in view of its 1 ii ' Is studying ran f illy i, t I loic willing to advo- ar there w ill 1"' families j 1 ; lipid thi' lctiirnial suhlii-ts j i a ;M 'il:cn to Mii!ort llii ir fatti- V i- w ii ,p iih ns to l 'hahi!i- i' I n ai'v niori' calls for Ih'd i a n 1 h.;l i,. r l he shoji a nd ill add km atly to tin- Rial ' ' - ii- i' n v. and so v i are seriimsl v 1 ery sti i la lien." -:' hm'i d that on,. r,l the Vadini: " oidd In. the cift slinp. whU'li ' 1.. mi Wmis.. of Mvs. V.. J. T'.en n liii.-s lu u and old will hn ! i- sale, ami it is l.elicved that i ill 1 donated - if not all. There I " U a mi Hitiir pot presided j - ! , M s. i:. p. I'aikrr. and l.elov ' - 'a lie salwise deiiartnient. . .. ti.i'. shoes, pii tares and hrie- ! H he in stock. While tlie ! -l " l as tin t with the trcnerotis i " ' iif the hlisiness houses of ' ' l h. re is n. e, or Mock fur- j ' v ..-.di cnlt is Issued for sa ' 'v. sityer and chissnarp. i I' I'"1 k. an intei ior decorator, lias ; 1 t ' a tow ard in. in rial to he used ! . . I ons. htlil the committee i n j ' f also illdehte.l for services! 1 . t-r al to the I'ainters' union, j ' ' a s I :o,t Shoi. Centu tt T.aniher j i c. H.iNi'.ul lainihi r conipanv, , ! ' ' i.'d. i s. Cisnev's. r: .let s. ( I'Mal- I 1. eil.er .nii.;iiiv, Valley r.llinher j i- v and Shoai l,iitiihe- company, i ' . , s ) t,(, ,,jty i,.IVf, voj. j ' -! t: . ir si r i. es in the kitchen j " " :i! rt tim. Mrs. Turner.' la. an ". Mis. Hosser. Mrs. Hur- I :.r i i ih.r ...loicd women who will ' 'a- r t it an. memhers of the Art- j " ' S'a'e federation of Colored I "luiis. Mis. T.vnn Carter, -I'm!, will sew for the snlvnen de- c.-tlt. ATTENTION! Motor Transport Men. MEN WHO HAVE ENLISTED IN "he MOTOR TRANSPORT CORPS O iVHO HAVE NOT HAD THEIR r'JVSICAL EXAMINATIONS ARE lF CH ESTED TO CALL AT THE AMBER OF COMMERCE TODAY. tidav. IN ORDER THAT A DATE '4V BE SET FOR THEIR I M M ED iTE EXAMINATION. THIS IS NEC-""-''V IN ORDER THAT YOUR CTION BLANKS MAY BECOM r I ET ED. Adv. 1t A 74-YEAR-0LD OFFICER. Ccor Tcliitcherin. As foreipn minister of the Kus Fian Soviet frovernment, George Tchitchcrin is one of the chief aides and supporters of I.enine and Trot sky. He undoubtedly pot his share cf the coin the two traitors received from Germany for betraying their fellow countrymen. DECISIVE BATTLES ALTER WAR MAP " I'rom the OutlookA ' i saal that prohahly Hie oldest r ' his rank on the active list In a !"' Is l'irst I. tent. P.irharil r.r 'ahlncton. I. i. who is 7! - " 'd anl is now with the Amerl- I'cditionarv fori ,. overseas, .'i tv tirrev first went to France n iil for n 1im" ns nn interpreter " ' ed in C" tl' tal CershinC's hefid r. TI w an recently t nmmi.' " I ! fir-t lieutenant nnd assigned .o liiltv. A TROTTEUR FROCK WITH FUR PANELS Philadelphia North-Ami ricanl The iiue.stit.n aa to where ami A'.hen j tlie deciding hattle of the present Kivat j war w ill he tonslit is one which the whole world i.s asking. The Panic of the Somine. Verdun, the hat'le of tic .Maine and the great drive against the Hindi nhuix line u re each tt Ria at .-tilde toward victory, ''tit only the fu ture can tell just whin and win-re the deciding Mow will he struck. And without such a blow, say the histor ians, no permanent peace can lie achieved, for wars of the past show that the end is always brought about by some treat decisive victory. lacUysbuiK was the deciding battle in the Civil war, and Saratoga is con sidered is havinc: been the critical lie;ht during the Revolution, i uic must, however, ko back some latOT years to lind tife lilst decisive battle of history, which was fought at Marathon, when till' Athenians under .Mlltiades defeated the Persians, and preserved free gov ernment. i-ajually decisive was the victory of the S raeusans over those same Ath enians some seventy odd years later, and since then there has been no war in which some hattl. lias not been defi nitely the deciding striirsle. tiddly enough, such battles a i e almost alw ays totii-'ht on land, for no matter how urcat the ielory at sea. it docs not seem as efficacious in ending war as does sm h a ictory on land. Thus, while the battle of Trafalgar in IMi.'i was the dei-ldine; naval battle bi'twein France and F.niria ml since it destroyed Napoleon's hoiie of invading (Ircat liritain. it was not until Water loo, some ten years later, that a deci sive defeat was administered to I'.ona parte by the allied armies of Russia, Austria. Prussia and Jutland. The Jiuku of Wellington led the ar mies, and it was to him that the battle hioiiKht the greatest tame, just as iu, thi country S.iratoea luines to mind ' It-neral dates and tJettysbure;. Co neral .Meade, and in l-'rance to think of the lamed sicKP of Orleans is to thii.V of Joan of Arc. For no matter how far one poes back into histoiy there is al wys one who stands out. an heroic fig ure, in the story of a decisive victory. Militiadi s was the first, but which of the noted prenerals of the allies and America will be the last is still a vivid 'Itiestfon. In the early days of the empires of Rome and Creece and Persia the win ning: of a decisive hattle usually meant the establishment of a new kinir and soiik times a new country. For whert tictavius defeated the combined fleets of Antony and Cleopatra at Aetiiim in .11 It. Che at once established imper ialism, with nil the tower in hlw own hands. Later, at Phillinpt. he won a decisive battle aeainst Iirutus and Cas sias and tightened his hold upon the empire. Alexander the ("Treat was another who sought .to conquer the world and hold it in the hollow of his hand and under his leadership the Macedonians and Creeks defeated the Persians in the sreat hattle of Arbela, which was tlie end of the Persian empire of those days. v OLD MEN INTO THEIR OWN BY WAR'S NEEDS ' v- I (From the Detroit Free Tress.) "Younc; men for action; old men for counsel." Youth for enthusiasm and initiative; ape for discretion and cau tion. A reporter's misunderstanding of an intended-to-be playful remark of Ir. Osier, as to the "xrrnppings" of men of t',0. will always he remembered iu this connection. .Men of that age resented it. The war has tnusht men who had hesun to think of themselves as "get ting on," that they need not he side tracked. It is up to them. Men who have made good are being called to positions of influence and importance, and years have nothing to do with their service or their value to the coun try in the places til which they have been nsf-ignod. Charles -M. Schwab, who is suM.-ineiidinit the building of Tniied States shipping, is f.8; General Mamie, whose dying injunction to his meii wns to "tarry on." not lose the troal thev- had won. was a5. Sir Iiouglas Haig ts T,7. Kaeh has passed more than two-thirds cf til" scriptural allotment of I'fe. The same is true of thousands of others, who in various capacities, in nrmy. naw, ! ttsiness or civil life, are demonstrating that though this is the young man's age, the middle-aged and even the elderly are not on the shelf as has-beens. There ai-e no set limits to youth or eg". Ivu h is a condition of mind and body rati e;' than n matter .of years. There are n.en not yet -hi iv:n Impress ether being cont emi icra ry with Methusehip; tlieie ere ethers who are 7'1 years yeunir. This is "the young man's aue" otilv because j offers chances Hint his father, even 1iis older brother, r.ewr had: there is no reason why r;eu y' middle age .should not grasp ll. ' m. r T' lor F.csu " Republican Classified Tages ts I'.i', id fur Profit. This rfTe.-tive trotteur costume la le of navy serge paneled in "bahy nib " The salesgirl will rail it fur f l-it it is wally a cloth which ii made to reseml'le fur. The tinder 'irt cf the fiock is accord. on plaited COFFEE AND SINKERS CHEER BOYS AT FRONT l Henry M. Hyde in ths Chicago Trihuii") He v.as a tarty doaithhoy. just out of the trench, s. He was caked with mud; he stil wore his Heel helmet, and hiB . PHm mask was underneath his chin. He itnme Into the huge, half ruined sione I bain ek,s to the trout line and called I out "Mai" I An eii'eily woman pushed aside a , laiMas M-reen w i.i.-h cat oft one corner I of the barn. 11. r shoves wcif roiled tip I .!''' la r haials wi re i o, el ed with flour. "W i II. "n'.ieV" she said. 'Got iniv of tl.ia, htt iried take's ami We are showing a complete line cf hand bags and purses. See our splendid line of women's kid gloves. Buy your toilet articles at the Boston Store. Women's Plush Coats Ex traordinary at iv six tf. Diamond & Pro. Fhocr.R Arizona i SOL I im 209 Ea?l Wnshtefjicn Si THE POPULAR SliOPPIKG CENTER. mm m W omen's Suits Newest. Styles Price $17.90 flush coats arc much favored for the coming season. And these are unusual models at such prices. Of course, tliey were bought to sell at a much higher price. Mezzanine Floor A Special Purchase of Silk Dresses Going at $19.25 -The materials are georgette, crepe de chine, crepe meteor, messalines, sat ins and serges. -Colors are navy, taupe, brown, Bel gian blue, myrtle, wisteria and black. -Sizes from IU to 44. -Trimmed most elaborately with beads, rope fringe or chenille fringe. -F.very one of them a new fall model and exclusive styles. Mezzanine Floor V 7 t i Indeed, one-of the many musual Joston Store values. Here are suits worth a hit more. All sizes well made and assorted colors. Don't miss Ibis splendid opportunity. They are supremely graceful in line, trim and neat appearance. 4 m i. About One Hundred Suits Gomg at $21.75 They are not ordinary suits made to sell at such low prices. Materials are gaberdines and wool p iplins. New Sateen Petticoats $1.93 Something entirely new. HIack with floral designs in colors, looks like silk and wears better. Mezzanine Floor A did So pien High Grae Waists Crepe de chine, jjeor.uettes. chiffon comhinutioti.s Ik autifullv trimmed with heuiis or embroidered. -tl;.r $7.50 TO S18.50 Crepe de Chine 0 QQ Blouses .HO They just came in time for this special occasion. Dlouses in all colors and both plain and embroidered models. i We have never before offered such pretty waists at $.'.:is. New Georgette Waists owing f WAI STS and MlLLI $4.90 Kvery one a new .style. Kmbroidered in the very latest designs. All .sizes and a splendid variety of model.'. Mezzanine Floor leautifullv All Wool Serge Dresses $12.90 Ixiolc at the materials and the way they are made, then compare them, with Rarments that are offered in some stores nt hieher prices. This is an opportune time for selection an dsavlnff. Mezzanine Floor $24.50 Here's Another Lot of High Grade Suits . . . A real surprise they reveal so many of those charm ins style innovations that are so conspicuous by their absence In ordinary models so generally of fered. Dollars are saved by purchasing at the Boston Store during this Fall opening sale. Colors are In-own, navy, black. Materials are gaberdines, poplin and series. Mezzanine Floor Silk Taffeta Petticoats . . $4.45. So many of them, and we have them in plain or changeable colors. All sizes. Mezzanine Floor 'h? fA r A! A Complete Line of Women's n IT Shown now at the lloston Store. See the new light prey, d irk prey, white, kid. coco brown, tan, ivory, trench khaki and. black kid at $4.50 T0 312.50 Misses and children's shoe3 BOVS SCHOOL SHOES Made to Rive service Kreider's and Lifeline Army shoes .' S1.50 TO $7.50 IOES $2.50 TO $5.00 rimmc At Reduced Prices . . $d.80 ...84.90 .$6.90 ... $7.50 One lot of trimmed hats, all new styles Values to $6.00 One lot of trimmed hats, Values to $S.00. at A splendid collection of trimmed, hats, Regular prices up to $10. ".0 Newest Models in trimmed hats. Values up to J12.00 Trimmed hats bought to sell -tip to sir.e0, at $9.80 Why Not Select Your Furs ' Now ? In spite of the shortage of pood furs this season, wo are plad to announce that our showing is very largo and comprehensive! Kvery sort of good fur is here and is called hy its true name. There are no "masqueraders" in flits stock! Regal qualities, carefully selected und care fully made up into the most popular of the season's fashions. On Your Corset depends the success or failure of your costume. Therefore you cannot be too careful in its selection. The best Fall anil Winter models are here in standard brands, in a'completc range of sizes. Among them is a corset iiartieularly fitted to your figure. Madame Hinner. Lady Ruth R. & O. aiid Xemo models. After you have been fitted with it by our expert eorsettiere, you will understand what superlative corset satisfac tion really means for all of these corsets are light, comfortable, plastic and snug in fit. Women's Handkerchiefs In Both Plain, Embroidered or Initialed PURE LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS 36o. The well known "Lismoyne" handkerthlef. hand em broidered. INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS AT 25c A novelty, colored border and initial very pretty. NEWEST LISSUE HANDKERCHIEFS 25c With fancy coio:cd borders . WOMEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS AT 15c White, with white or colored embroidered corners. Main Floor Full Line of Eoyal Society Stamped Goods Material and thread to finish the pieces in every package. Come and look over this -variety begin working on your gifts. Mezzanine Floor Sweet Grass Baskets, 29c, 49c, 59c. Just the thing for gifts get the material here to trim them with. Mezzanine Floor Ribbons for Hair Bows or Fancy Work 5 AND 6-INCH FANCY RIBBONS A splendid variety of patterns and, color combinations, per yard ONE LOT OF RIB30NS 5 and G inches wide, hundreds of patterns Special per yard STRIPED FANCY RIBBONS Heavy quality, fancy stripes, very newest for hairbows, per yard , Main Floor 25c 29c 49c And Then You Must See the New l OlllSOil IsiflS Right at the front counters you'll find, many new things for gifts. All so new, yes hundreds of suggestions that you could never think of. We could not begin to enumerate them all. We advise an early selection Main Floor Visit Our Basement Store TodaySee Our Display of Books and Toys coffee. ma?" "Just finished a fresh batch." she said, nnd a minute later three brown doughnuts and u cup of steaming cof li e were on the table before him. It was one of the front line Salvation Arm.'f Huts back of the American pec tor in Fiance.' The woman was "Ma" Hurdick, u lio. with her husband, whom the roiighoovs Know as "I'a," is in chargi. ' , Kveryhodv 'who comes back'from the American Kxpeditionary Force is sing ii.g the piai.-es of the Salvation Army men and women and their work in the twenty little huts which have been so far established as close as they get to the fiRhtinpr line nlonif the American front. And In hundreds of letters and cables from General I'ershing down the same story of unselfish, homely, every day human service is told. "We all know the wonderful work done hy the Y.. M. C. A. and the Red Cross." says Commissioner F.stlll. "We of the Salvation Army hope that the support which the American people are Riving them may continue and In crease, us it should. But we also feel that in our smaller way our officers in France are doine a work which does not in any way duplicate or interfere with what-they are doing. "Our officers establish their huts just as close to the front line trenches as they are permitted," said Commissioner Estill, in command of the western states with headquarters nere. "At every lnu there are women, as well as. men officers stationed. Our let ters and reports make it plain that the boys in the army and most of them are more boys, appreciate greatly the sight and the influence of a good wom an right at the front. Because these women are on duty, and every one of them must he a good cook, we are able to run a little lunch counter in each of our huts. What it means to a tired and dirty boy just out of the trenches to get a hot cup of coffee or cocoa and a couple of doughnuts or a piece of home-made apple pie! Think what it would mean to you if you were three thousand miles from home and mother anil were only IU years old I "Then our women are glad to sew on buttons for the boys, even to darn their socks. 'Ma' Burdick, for instance, is a real mother to hundreds of our young soldiers. "I am sure we will all agree that the influence of a good Christian woman, under such circumstances, is enormous. "Judging from some of our financial reports our men and women workers in France are not always careful to collect the five or ten cents which we are supposed to charge for the little lunches served in the font line huts. In fact, I know that no tired and pen niless soldier is ever refused his coffee and sinkers simply because he hasn't got the price."