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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MOKXIXCi, FEBRUARY 7, 191!)
PAGE SEVEN'' Korricks1 Korricks' TO Quality" Phone 1692 L 4 . . il HfirPMRKllKF fl 7MIBM TEMPI El II! IIUIIIL. I nl Lll IU L.IIIL. LL Ln Un I L II I ILL! FRIEND -T- f r -n. IKES PLANS FOR A W SOLDIERS DVERSEASVICTORY 1 5 , 7 ft rA- 1 3331? c are W ?i 171 iff''' '! J .'" W Si S I I JUd fed 'Eaf Great Magnitude Fny, Feb. 7th. atmuls anxiously look fonvard to II tor ricks9 values are pre-eminently GcTJiis season greater preparations to this verily a Sale Among Sales. Underskirts WVr IT 1 ft I til Mft4?4& 89c ' exceptionally strong low priced under made with embroiderv QQs J:n-i a value at $1.19 $1.19 .indcrskirt of good quality muslin with 111 'lc flounce, embroiderv 1 rimmed, cut H'(' huny full, hie U.39 styles at this price, some with lace md vjijjdpi.y i'lovtnres. others with em it!) i v and insertion trim flounce under- iiats of extra special 1 at JL.t 51.59 is a very fine assortment of underskirts in pi "00(1 (iality long cloth, good lace it nibroiderv trimmed CM PCQ V 1 4 $1.39 2.1.79 Irs'kirts of good quality nainsook, cut ifull sizes, trimmed in special good qual i a tojj,.(.s an(i embroideries, CM 70 Is. .1-,U. at VUiU !2.j2.19 jimbcr of good style garments, all of are quality, both material and trilli ons p, extra values at earon Second Floor) Corset Covers AT 43c This is a very special item corset covers with lace and embroidery trim, also com bination trim, all sizes, extra Zlf ctun;. in AT 59c Corset covers of fine nainsook, trimmed in fine lace and embroideries, fQ .,u t.; OVL U11 IMJl i, ell AT 98c Corset covers of fine nainsook, neatlv and prettily' trimmed in fine laces and dainty embroidery, all sizes Q&f extra values at UOK, An assortment of special quality corset cov ers, of very fine quality nainsook with daintv kve trim-0?1 CO AND CM 7Q Ol.OO M.y DRAWERS AT 59c Drawers of very good quality, muslin with lace edge ruffles, ' KQx extra special price AT 79c Of good quality Long Cloth, with embroi dery ruffles open style, 79 C SCCJcll ell At 89c Drawers of circular cut of good quality Long Cloth em- broiderv trimmed,! Tla'..... 89c , . k Dainty Neiv Spring Silks of White At Special White Sale Prices CREPE DE CHINE A 40-inch crepe de chine, all fine silk, special weigh!, for waists, dresses and fine undergar- (Jt ments, a $2.00 quality P-L.ti WASH SATINS One of the-season's favorites, genuine tub proof sat ins, for undergarments and tub waists, , Jt 4( :'6 inches wide, special at iJLU WASH TAFFETAS A special quality silk a silk of unexcelled wear launders like a cambric handkerchief, beautiful fin ish, 40 inches wide, extra special C?0 AA value yard $.UU HABUTAI SILKS One of the most serviceable of all tub-silks, extra quality for waists, dresses, underwear and "I OA children's dresses, :)() inches wide, special BARONETTE SATINS One of the richest and handsomest of white silk fab rics, very stylish and popular, 40 inches (JO KA CHIFFON TAFFETA A silk that is always popular and stylish, of good wear and service, rich lustrous finish, :u A( inr-linc M-iflf fvtl"i A-:ilnr V At FIBRE SKIRTINGS A fibre silk skirting fabric. 06 inches wide, in assort ed and stripes and crepe effects, QJf did tJl IV J-L TV 1 WHITE PONGEE A silk of extreme service and good stvle, verv effect ive weave all pure silk, :!0 indies wide, specially priccr for our sale of white, j . . Under muslins Infants, Children, Misses At Special White Sale Prices " INFANTS SLIPS Of fine quality nainsook, dainty lace A A trimmed, fine tucked front, extra special P-LVFi7 INFANTS' SHORT SLIPS Iu G months and 1 and 2 year sizes, pretty embroid ery yokes, lace trimmed neck and sleeves, HQkp special tVx, PRINCESS SLIPS Of special quality Long Cloth, dainty lace and em bridery trimmed, some in empire style, AA sizesGtol4vears. Extra special -. . . P --" NIGHT GOWNS Children's night gowns of fine quality nainsook in long and short sleeves sizes 2 to 14 vears QQ special OV CHILDREN'S DRAWERS Of good quality muslin, knickerbocker knee, hem stitched and embroidery trimmed, sizes 2 to QQp 12 vears extra special OVX, UNDERWAISTS Children's Muslin underwaists in sizes from 4 to 12 vears, buttons stronlv reinforced extra QQf special each OOC (Children's Dept. 2nd Floor) b Specials nohrgain Basement fBLE BED SHEETS vidr , its tf gord heavy quality cotton, free fl J OA and tMarch and dressing, 72x90 size. . P $2. LOW CASES Nation 42x36 size, a good quality mus- OQn ree from all dressing, special in asH ty 1 SPREADS . . -kvy crochet bed spread, size 72x84, in assort larsaielles atterns, a bed spread of fl? "I QQ 4Q in value, special ay, 1 jher bed spread of extra heavy quality, extra . . ' 1 80x00 size, plain edge or scalloped borders, ornors, handsome patterns, a $4.00 (10 APT ull(,,.prrad, special...... r..... t'2)ermuslins Assortment of undermuslins for less, corset -s, 'Teddy Rear combinations, night gowns and soft flu-skirts, a full assortment of every garment ginprices 49CT$1.29 Underwear CUMFY-CUT. VESTS The vest of comfort, will not slip over the sould ers, in regular and out sizes, Q FOR (J 1 A A extra sp"cial 6 l.UU SETWELL vests A V shape neck gauze vest of special quality, sleeveless, all sizes , . UNION SUITS Of good quality cotton, V shape neck, sleeveless, lace knee, 'regular and out sizes, )0P extra special, suit UJK, "KAYSER" LISLE VESTS Special quality lisle, -crochet finished Kfp neck and arms, extra special value 0JKs "KAYSER" UNION SUITS Fine quality lisle, French band tops, OC tight and shell knee, regular sizes. . v-L-tl Outsize , $1.50 sizes "w "KAYSER'; UNION SUITS Envelope style, crochet finished neck and arms, same style in closed garment, (11 OpT exti a special suit . ipl.LiO DRESSES FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS Space will not per mit of a detailed de scription of these, 1m but we are ottering f. .)U white dress now in fs '.("pV. y'f stock, lawns, Swiss- fl:-';Kk-'1''l;CSj es or beautifully trimmed in sizes from 4 to 14 vears, all now at ' SPECIAL SALE DISCOUNTS 7 rner AMD VMtaHINOTON THE STORE OF SERVICE THE HOUSE OF COURTESY PHONE 1602 1 1 The following "kick" has been re ceived by The Republican from France, it coming from J. i Alkire. secretary land manager of the Manufactures i Stationers, Inc., formerly the McNeil ; company. The letter will be of interest to many as several f'hoenix peoprc are mentioned. It is as follows: . i American Ked Cross, ' Paris, France, January 8, laiS. i Dear Charlie: 1 say. Charlie, for the love of Mike, be a little reasonable I'm for economy and all that, but why pick on me while there is an open season lor such prac tice at home, and plenty of people clos er than some 7000 miles. I know it would not seem natural if you didn't hear my melodious voice i raised in a kick once in a while and just to keep you from being disap pointea here goes. The jvrappers you use for mailing represent some by-gone issue of the paper and only one thickness at that. By the time they've been railroaded some 000 miles, then dumped in a ship's hold lur about an eoual distance and finally resurrected for a trip on these wonderful ? continental railway-;, they just ain't. Result no paper for one I. 1-. Alkire. 1 never realized what a cood paper the Kepublican was, till 1 lit in this country and at that I'm giv- ng you the best of it for I can't make ptoiK-r comparisons as all these are printed in French. So there you are. f you haven't any Kraft for wrap pers, consider this your order on a reg ular print shop and get the Manufac turing Stationers to deliver you some free of charge. Leaving all jokinc aside, the Repub lican sure looks good to me and when ever a ship shows up and a week's is- i sues are delivered, I take a night oft and read even the advertisements. whereupon, when I have finished. I can almost imagine I'm at home. r ranee is a fine country to come trom, if you come soon enough and I'll swear if 1 ever get to seaboard, it'll be by boat, as it's rained 41 days and nights, which if I remember correctly. and which quite possibly don't, not Doing exactly what might be termed an A No. 1 Bible student, is just one dav more than the time when old man Noah had to build his ark. If it keeps on much longer, he'll have nothing on me, for I am going to start one soon. I also can't quite figure out why the French put up such a scrap to keep the Oer- , mans out, for if it's like this all the year around, they d be welcome to the country as far as I'm concerned. It s not so bad, all in all, and I am i tickled to be over here and doing what little 1 can, even if I did .and almost after the big show was over. Have seen several Phoenix boys. All look fine and are impatiently awaiting the day when they get their orders to come home. Saw Leon Jacobs and Tom Maddox one day and the next Avery Corpstein. who is playing in the Paris Headquarters Band. Also Rov Mur ray. now a shove-tail in the 8th Field Artillery- Sent Xmas with Sims Flv Jr . stationed at Tonnerre about 4 hours out of r.iris with Hq. 1st Army Corps. Ely has been through all of the big show, seen all the exciting time and I guess knows more about it lhan any one from Arizona. And the best cart of it all, rtill alive to tell the story. He is certainly entitled to all the credit that can be given him. As for myself. I have a nice job help g to clean up the mess. Am acting chief. Section of Salva-- A. K. C. and all we have to do is gather together Ell the A. R. . property scattered over France and the adjoining countries, clean it up. pack and store it. As there only about ioo million dollars' worth I expect to get home in time for next Xmas. if I'm lucky. Best regards to all my friends, with the Ariz. Repuk. and don't forget the wrappers. ' 1 ST LIEUT. . I F. ALKIRK, A. R. ('., Paris, France. F,l Zaribah Temple's regular Febru ary meeting on Wednesday evening, turned out to have been one of the most enthusiastic and largely attended regular meetings in recent years. The Temple was filled 'o capacity. Follow ing the regular business meeting. ;i jubilee and banquet was held by th.' local and visiting Nobles. .Matters of special interest came up before th Shrine because of the ceremonial, ses sion to be held February II. There wer. present many Nobles now visiting in Phoenix, members of Temples in other parts of the Fmted States. Included in the list of visitors was Past Potentate Stacy of Ansar Temple. Springfield, who was made an honorarr member of FA Zaribah Temple. The various committees last nichi made announcements on the ceremon ial meeting, giving reports upon th progress of their work m conjunction with what they propose to give to all unregenerate sons of the desert thai they have corraled for the February -i tortures. They have been heating the sands, an. I the patrol team has been undex the training of the captain of the patrol, Fre Norton, recently returned from the army, and it is hinted thai unusual and exceptionally kind C?) at tention will be given the novices. El Zaribah Temple of Phoenix is the only Shrino Temple in the state. There fore, its membership is very large and made up of men of many parts of the state. This temple has sent into th service in the recent great war 80 men. and a service flag containing 80 stars hangs on the wall of the temple. The ceremonial to be held on the Ils( a Victory Ceremonial. effectJonateJy dedicated to the Nobles in service, in France and at home, FIRSTS DAY FOR SUBSCRIBERS TO FUND BROUGHT MANY GIFTS The first of three honor subscriber days, designated as Thursday. Friday, and Saturday of this week, bore rpmr did fruit for the united driws for retiejr in the near east. j State headquarters had been opened but about fifteen minutes when a man whose general appearance would iiij dicate that he was giving an he coutd afford, brought in a $1 lulL And a half hour later he was followed by an other man who presented a check for J100. "I only wish there coold bo two more ciphers on this check." he said. "I feel that of all the relief movements which have ever been attempted, this is the most important." be declared. Iater in the morning another $MW subscription was received, and during the afternoon quite a number of sub scriptions ranging from $5 to $19 each were received. All honor subscriptions are provided with a distinctive badge, this being the plan adopted by the Maricopa county organization and by some of the other county organizations of the state. Though no especial appeal has been made for advance subscriptions, the fact that these donations have been re ceived in such quantities is taken as an indication that the general poMic is awakening to the fact that the war is not over as long as there are mil lions of people suffering the dire after effects of the war. among whom there are countless thousands of children. ins TO TELL OF NEED FOR INBOOSTERSESSION! RELIEF IN NEAR EAST A booster assembly was held in the auditorium of the Phoenix High school yesterday morning from 10:45 to 1. o'clock. It was the first important gathering of the whole faculty ami ttudent body since the reopening of school. The meeting was called espe cially to boost school activities and athletics. The boys of the school were urged by J. O. Sexson. general secretary of the local V. M. C. A., and Mr. Reeves, the boys' secretary, to take advantage of the reduced entrance fee that the "T" is offering for members in their present membership campaign. The coming basketball game with the Northern Arizona normal school was boosted in talks by Professor Raitt and Coach G. (1. Morgan. Coach Morgan was also emphatic in urging the pupils to purchase season athletic tickets. Jacob Hoagland. circulation manager of the Coyote, the official high school publication, also talked to the as sembled pupils in regards to the sup port that should be given the paper. In ihis he was assisted by Lawrence 1 lowe. Mrs. Frances Tillinghas, who has been one of the speakers in the Eontn ern California campaign for the relici and rehabilitation of Armenians. Jew ish and other suffering nationalities of eastern Europe and Western Asia, will speak at the Christian church at S:13 this evening, in the interest of the United Drive for Relief in the Xeru East, February 10-17. " Mrs. Tillinghas is thoroughly fami-' liar with the terrible suffering and privation in the Ne.ir East, and what she will have to say should be of in terest to every man. woman and child in the city of Phoenix. No admission fee will be charged and there will be no solicitation i.f funds. The public is cordially welcomed. . o i WANTED 500 PARENTS TO BUY? association! IN THE PHOENIX THIS WEEK. o ; THE PHOENIX "Yr SHOCLl HAVE A THOUSAND MEMBERS, r Wanted-APhoenixMan For Automobile Dealer The manufacturers of one of the best selling and most satisfactory passenger cars sold in Arizona are on the look out for a live dealer iu Phoenix. We are in positiou to make a most attractive offer to the right man. 1 f you know the Automobile business or think you are fitted to get into it in a big way, let us hear from you. Not only will you make money but have a business that will grow in value as time goes on. This is one of those opportunities that occur only occasionally. AVrite today. Xo obligation on your part. All an swers will be regarded as confidential. Answer and our representative will call on you. Address OPPORTUNITY care ARIZONA REPUBLICAN.