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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, J UNE 19, 1920
MANAGER OF HASKII KM I VartfcfctVricea Our Chic? fradiom SERVICE IS White 1l VISITIi F IN PHOENIX ud. This Season, in Spite of the Cry of High ery Requirement in Goods of White, Including s nd Embroideries White Dresses Tailored eets and Sheetings, Table Linens, Bath Towels ds All Now at ale Yalee Prices m - rchase at prices less than regular Weeks9 Sale Eveet f Closing Saturday, July 5toe Open Saturdays Until 9:30 P.M. - Tub Silk Petticoats Genuine tub silk in pink and white of special quality. Ex cellently well tailored, doubel panel back and front. Your choice during this Sale of White Pajamas and Knickerbockers Both in pink and white Batiste and pink and white Crepe plain colors and fancy Blue Bird design, colors positively tub proof, specially priced as follows for our Special Sale of Vfcite "AH $1.25 garments ...$ .98 All $2.00 garments . . .$1.59 . All $3.50 garments . . .$2.79 Corset Covers and Drawers The newest styles and models made from the most satis factory materials, some plain tucked and hemstitched, others lace and embroidery trimmed. Special sale of White prices as follows All 69c garments $ .55 All 89c garments $ .71 All $1-50 garments . . $1.19 All $2.00 garments . . .$1.59 idergarments Main Floor) wear of Exquisite Beauty 15 Discount this Special Sale of hest quality Italian and Glove Silk, Wash Satins, Tub Silks, Flesh color, Pink and White, beautifully tailored and trim finest laces, ribbons and flowers in Night Gowns, Petticoats, Chemise, Union Suits and Knickerbockers Silk Underwear All $4.00 garments Jl $6.00 garments .00 garments in Floor Q tt O u Discount All $1.50 garments . . .51.19 All $2.50 garments . . .$1.98 All $4.50 garments . . . $3.59 White $3.00 $4.50 $7.50 3rd LSSSS r0cP V v J J fco0 otW0 0 I Table Damask Fine Linens Towels and Towelings. Special Sale of White Values TABLE DAMASK. SPECIAL An extra special value and quality, snowy white mercerized Table Damask, attractive designs, full width. J 1 Q Regular $1.50 value, yard TABLE DAMASK Full 72 inches wide prins water bleached. showy patterns Kxtra value per yard Special weight and finish. $1.49 ENGLISH DAMASK 1 Of very heavy weight a damask that will last a. life time, beautiful patterns, a ua- mask of $2.50 value, today per yard $1.88 BATH TOWELS Actually less than Mill cost full bleached Turkish towels, good quality Terry, hemmed $1.00 ends. Just right for rooming houses" HUCK TOWELS A regular Hotel and rooming house special, full regulation size, fast colored red bor ders a tow'cl of 29c value special Linen Department ECONOMY SHEETS )f spec ial quality sheeting, seamless sheets hemmed, reade for use. tree from dress-.n double bed size. special $1.98 ROCKLAND SHEETS A sheet of one of the best sheetings made Ms? v 1H Will wear like iron, full size, at prices less than wholesale today. Compare these with sheets costing 50o more. 72x90 size, special $2.29 81x90 size, special $2.49 PILLOW CASES Hundreds of dozens to purchase from, ail of best standard makes. 4 2x36 size 45c I.inen 1'inish 49c Bed Linens and Sheets Children s Undermuslins Sale of White Specially Priced Children's Undermuslins in garments suitable for every age from the "little wee baby" to the growing miss under garments of the finest and sheeriest of French Nainsooks, English Long Cloths, fine Cambrics and soft Batiste, trimmed in hand embroidery work dainty laces and finest embroidery edg ings. Each and every one of these sev eral garments specially priced every one a genuine value at Regular Prices. Extra special during this Sale of White all at of jJUi y w 0 Discount Children's Underwear Mezzanine Floor K WHITE HUCK TOWELS An extraordinary value, extra weight, full size, plain white, a tonfi of regular 33c v.ilue, a genuine white sale O'C special, each ' H. S. HUCK TOWELS Hemstitched buck towels, a wonderful value extra special tiuality Huck, deep hem stitched ends, a 75c quality Cflr special OUC BARBER TOWELS Of the best quality, bleached with narrow red borders, a towel of 15c qualitj 11 (Today special V CRASH TOWELING A linen and cotton crash, both in natural and rreum bleach, a crash of special absorbent qualities IS inches wide, OP special Main Floor Snowy White nens Sale of Special White PEPPERELL SHEETS Genuine Pepperei! lied yheetrf the standard of quality, narrow and wid hems, full bleached, ready for use. Kxtra special for our Sale of "White as follows : 72xl'0 sizes, special 5)1x30 sizes. ?veeial WHITE BEDSPREADS 52.19 . .12.39 These dinary croc he are values that ore beyond tie or bedspreads of the best quality, L with. .Marseilles patterns and satin Marseilles si -reads. Specially priced follows: ltegular Kegular Regular . Kcgular Reg'ular Regular $2.flS S3. 50 ?4.00 $5.0H $t.')0 $T.5ti Spreads Spreads Spreads Spreads Spreads Spreads ....$2.39 $2.79 $3.19 . .. .$3.98 ....$4.79 ..'..$5.93 -Main Floor Children's Sox Misses White Hose Special lisle finish sox in sizes up to 8y2, assorted colors, tub proof, extra special o cj value, per pair yC Children's fancy sox in white and colors, assorted fancy tops, sizes from5to8iA ?Q special . ; OJC Misses White Hose . Misses fine white cotton hose, fine ribbed, seamless, all sizes from 6 to 9Vi a hose of service. Special OQ. per pair "Weartex" Hose A woman's hose of special qual ity silk fibre, reinforced heels and toe deep lisle garter top, in blacks and whites, T Q special . ., C Novel Lace Hose of fibre silk in spider web design, black only. A wonderful value, extra special pair . . . $1.98 Wonderful Hosiery Special A woman's pure thread silk hose of regular and full S2.50 value,, in black, white and Cordovan, deep lisle garter top, high spliced reinforced heels, double sole. All sizes, very special $1.69 Pure Thread Silk Hose An exceptional value, a pure thread silk hose, with very elastic deep silk lisle garter top, high special heel, double sole and toe, in blacks and whites, all sizes, at good $2.50 value 1 QO Extra special P Women's Hosettes Of exceptional quality in plain colors and Heather mixed silk plated, roll top, in sizes up to 10. Extra R1 4Q special P 1 Silk Hosettes of full genuine $2.50 values in black, white. Cor dovan, Old Rose and colors. Extra Special $1.98 Silk Hose Special An 18-inch Boot Silk Hose in white and black, all sizes, a good $1.75 value. Extra special, per pair . . $1.19 j William Atherton iJel'tiy, general i manager of the Frederic J. Ilaskin I service, Washington, D. C, is visiting I relatives and friends in I'hoenix while j flitting from one national convention to another, lie spent several days 8t Chicago and will leave for San Fran cisco on Monday. Mr. DePuy is a prod uct of the Bait Itiver valley; thatis. though he may not have originated here, he was educated here as far as the schools could educate him, 'being graduated from the high school, after which he spent some time at the Uni versity of Arizona. He went to Washington several years ago and engaged in journalism and for a long time conducted a syn dicate of his own and secured a large clientele. Jle went into war work in 11917. and on his emergence a little ! more than a year ago with the rank of captain he associated himself with the Ilaskin service. i Thi3 is his first visit to Arizona "5n many years. It is partly a vacation" and partly in the way of work for the service with which he is connected. Mr. DePuy some years ago married Ada Lee Orme, daughter of II. C. Orme. She is also a Salt River valley product, who has risen to prominence as m writer and social worker. o Joseph M. Holub, assistant "Un&'jd States attorney, returned yesterday from Globe where he has been for last two weeks assisting in the prose cution of federal cases at the J a lie term of the United States circuit co)A t convening at Globe. Mr. Holub peared in conjunction with John 11. Langston, assistant United States at torney of I'hoenix and Col. Joseph H. Martin, assistant United States attor ney at Tucson, in the prosecution of these cases and was highly gratified with the showing made by the fed eral attorneys and declared that they had established a record for convic tions that would stand for many years to come. - The representatives of United States Attorney Flynn secured the record number of 137 convictions out of the same number of cases coming- up for trial, making, a perfect score. There was one other case on the calendar which was dismissed on a technicality and did not come up for trial. ' The majority of cases were Btili or moonshine cases, a number of Indian Tulapai capes, -and several cases Of violations of the need amendment, which covers the transportation Of liquor in violation of the interstate commerce laws. o NEWS FROM GLENDALE ' GLENDALE, June 17. II. Z. P.rlnu is now the solo owner of the businefs of the Glendale Produce and Itealfy company. He has purchased the inter ests of Walter Lewis, his former part ner. Mr. IJriner expects to devote his whole time to the tale of lands hero and in the Casa Grande valley. As the feature of their next n-gular meeting of the M. K. Ladies' Aid, the ladies will picnic at Riverside Park tv I'hoeni.t. They will meet there next Tuesday afternoon and enjoy a big euppersupper in the evening. Eibl school at f:4. a. m: Thorns Knglish, superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.l Rev. C M. North r rup. pastor. Senior and Junior 11. V. 1 U. at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting at S p. m. Wednesday. . P. TT. enjoyella 'ark Tuesday. 'J -and Rev. and Sirs. The Junior I?. Y. picnic at Kastlake Pa Mrs. Rose Hoover ar C. M. iorthrup were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kults. At Hible school officers' meeting last Sunday afternoon at the Raptixt church it was deided to have the an nual picnic of the Sunday school on July 5, place to be announced later. Three baptismal services were held at the Baptist church Sunday, when u!l together 11 were baptized and ninp taken into membership by other means. o T FOR BY HIS DAD Al Wright I-M wards, 17 years old, lift Phoenix early in June and left no word of his destination, and information or his whereabouts is being sought by his father, who is badly worried. The call of the open is thought to have lured the boy to the cool of the mountains and fearing he would not be RECORD SCORE IN C0IICTI1S IDE Mi DEII.fi r'4 ' i 1 -IT '5 ' - ' ).; 1 V ' f s ' p -f i V " , ' 4 f I ' i '' i K t 1 1 N , t ?l $ f t PC ilr .. v. .- i.t. might be traced and brought back. So effort to bring him back will ! made until he i- satisfied to cone luck, ii' lie will only write to allay hi fa i tier's w orry. The boy is about " feet tall, fair haired, blue eyed, has pale complex in ind stands very erect. He is of Canadian birth. He ma. be under an assumed name. He may be in the niiniiig camps i::' the Ray-Hjvdcn-W'inl-.ehiiait ditrji '. mi- woi-king on a ranch or rr-sla uranf ie fo:H-dmg hell--'' as bellboy. Anyni; knowing of his h-r a 1 a i s plea;. urire bitn to wi-iie. or notify AH ' I-;.! ". .'M r:-. eri. l .ll d !t'CI . I 'h. II! . .l iona. Adv.