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IHh t5 1 S B L L DAILY KLV1LW
FRIDAY, MAKCH 5.1920.
Tips of the Town
CANANEA DENTIST HERE
In. L. While, a dentist of Cana
lu'a, was in the city Wednesday on
his way to El I'aso. Ha is a son of
Mrs. V. P. ITawley of this city.
RETURNS FROM TUCSON
(J. A. Graves, has returned from a
business trip to Tucson.
TALKS TO CLUB
('. V. Philbrook will comintie his
' talka on the state constitution this
afu-rnoon at ihiep o'clock at the Y.
i W. C. A. before Die civic department
! of the Twentieth Century club.
CLUB WELCOMES GIRLS
Arrangements have been complet
ed for the entertainment to be given
by th? Business Girls' club at the
Y. W. C. A. on Monday March 8.
Mrs. Grace Milner stated last night
that tho business girls of the city
who are not members of the club
have the impression that they can
not attend thi3 entertainment but
that the reverse is true. The club
has extended an invitation to all the
girls of the city who are working to
attend the dance and entertainment
next Monday night. Entertainment
will be furnished to those who do
BOYS' WORKER HERE
H. P. Demand, Interstate hoys'
work secretary of the Y. M. C. A., re
turned yesterday to El Paso.
SINGERS DELIGHT STUDENTS
The Woodland Quartette, which;
comes here under the auspices of the
Redpath Lyceum Bureau, entertain
ed the members of the eenior high
school yesterday afternoon at the
Horace Mann building. Several solos
and duets and one or two reading j
were given besides a number ot ;
songs by the entire male quartette. !
FEDERAL OFFICIALS ARRIVE
Ben Johnson, federal vocational
director with headquarters In San
Francisco, was in the city yesterday
on business. He was accompanied
by Mr. Ryan, state vocational direc
tor of trades and industries with
headquarters in Phoenix.
BOOK MAN HERE
Mr. Kaula, representative of the
world Book Co., of Yonkers on the
Hudson, was in the city yesterday ac
companied by Mrs. Kaula. He
comes here on buaine&s for his company.
GOES TO COAST
Mrs. Prank Creasey left last night
for California on account of the ser
iousness illness of her mother.
A Litany service will be held at
tlje St. John's Episcopal church this
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Alterations are being made on thr
Central theatre at Lowell for the in
stallation of tbifH inoh fans In
the front of the building and five bis
openings are being made in the roof.
When the alterations are finished
the Central will be one of the beet
ventilated theatres in the district.
Hugh Hosftack. owner of the Wcr-1
r.n pool hall, has purcbasd the
barber shop in the same building that
belonged to William McKlnney. Mc
Kinney is going to Phoenix to reside.
ASSOCIATION TO MEET
The Cochise Building and Loan As
sociation will hold its annual stock
holder's meeting next Monday evening.
GIVES CARD PARTY
Mrs. E. E. Fruits entertained a
party at cards at her home o the
boulevard last night.
RETURNS TO WARREN
Peter Reimer, of the wholesale de
partment of the Phelps Dodge Mer
cantile company is building a home
on Arizona street at Warren. The
frame work of the house is now in
MARRY IN EL PASO.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rue returned
yesterday from El Paso where they
vre married Tuesday to the surprise
of their friends. Mrs. Rue was for
merly Miaa Mae Smith and was book
keeper for the Cochise Motor company
Rue is a contractor and plasterer of
DEMOCRAT A MAN HERE.
Mike Collins, chief engineer for the
Democrata mine, is in the city from
Cananea on business.
TRY LABOR LAW.
A minimum wage law is soon to go
into effect in Socora. according to In
formation received frorn below the
line. The municipalities of Sonora
have been instructed to proceed with
the formation of minimum wage
boards, to be composed of threo repre
sentatives of the employers and three
employes. The regulations will apply
to the wages of nu-u, women and chil
I M Reduce your doctor's
kin. v... i,
'always on hand J'j )
fVOUR BODYGUARD" - 30'. 6C. l.23
Wips wre worn by tr.e Egyptian',
Women as wf!1 as men are made
miserable by kidney and bladder
trouble. lJr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
the treat kidney ineit:c:ne. is highly
recommended by thousands.
Swamp-Root htands the highest for
the reason t hut o many people .say
it has proved to be just the remedy
needed i.i thousand", cl eve:, thf most
At lrusgfci. in lart:? and L.edlum
s'..e bottle. You may re. ei e a sam
ple size bottle of Swamp-Root by Par
rel Post. Mo pamphlet telling about
it. Address Dr. Kl.mrr & Co.. B'ng-hamt-.n,
N. Y., and rn-Jov t n cet.ts,
also mention this paper.
FIRE CHIEF SICK
Barney Norton, fire chief, who has
A. Chevalier is moving from his w. r:..,i v.t v
home on Cochise trail to Clawson;iast tWQ week8 by 1Unes3 waa back
fat the fire station yesterday.
COMES FROM COAST
Miss F. M. Willis, representative of
the Milton-Bradley Co. of San Fran
cisco, was in the city yesterday from
Lo,s Angeles on a business trip.
George Oilman, deputy sheriff, Is
moving from his former home on
Paul street to a bouse on Ruppe av
Y SECRETARY HERE
W. H. Day, interstate secretary ot
the Y. M. C. A. with headquarters
in El Paso, was in the city yester
day on business from that city.
LEGION BAZAAR CALL.
All women of the district who are
able and willing to help the American
Legion with the bazaar to be given
from A pril 5 to 10, are requested to be
present at a meeting at Maze hall Sat-J
urday night at 7:30 o'clock.
TWOMEY GOES TO COURT j
John Twomey, proprietor of Tam
many Hall of ' Brewery Guleh, went
to Tombstone yesterday on court bus-!
TO COLLEST TAXES
Chief of Police Kempton was pre
paring yesterday for the collection of
'.he annual road tax which is due
from every male resident in the city
and amounts to $2. The tax Is col
lected from the employes of business
firms and corporations through the
offices of tho t-ompanios. i
MOVES TO AVENUE i
Thomas Crellin is moving from his
home on Maricopa trail to a house on
Congdon avenue. Warren.
MISS'ON BOARD TO MEET.
The Christian Woman's Board of
Missions of the Christian church
meets Tuesday, March 11, at the Y. W.
C. A., the meeting that was scheduled
for jesteiday having been postponed.
We have a wonderful collection of bargains to offer you in this sale here today and
tomorrow. Specials will be offered in our Ready-to-W ear, Millinery arid Dry Goods departments. Therefore
do not fail to be on hand to carry away your share of them. They're worth much more than the prices they
quote, but these are figures we will offer them for as long as they will last.
Womens Sample Dresses at Much
Less than Regular Price
Just received two sample lines of Women's Dresses. These are
made of a very superior quality of taffeta, satins and Georgette com
binations ; made in all the new Spring modes. Regular $40.00 value.
Foulards, veiled with Georgette, Flowered Georgette, Taffetas and
Satins, all beautifully made. $50.00 value
'3. - -
Off New lBinery--XOf 1
Our New York representative secured a manufacturer's sample line of Women's Hats, absolutely seasonable and
up to date. These will be placed on sale tomorrow and Saturady at 1 -4 off the regular value.
Smart Cloche Hats with irregular
crown, made of navy Georgette.
Close fitting small Breton of Nigger brown straw combined with satin.
Large Taffeta Hats in Black, Navy and Brown. . Dozens of small Hats with trimming touches that tell.
Hats that spell youthfulness and simplicity.
32-inch Oriental Silk Pongee; about 500 yards.
is regular $1.50 merchandise. On Sale
Friday and Saturday, fecial
Bip; asrortrnent of Heavy Grade Cretonne,
Regular value 50c, Special
Specials in Dry Goods
25 pieces of Devonshire and Kiddie Cloth
in stripes and checks, Special
Women's Fibre Silk Hose; black, brown and
white; all sizes. Reg. 85c value, Special
WARREN BRANCH STORE
Friday and Saturday
Children's School Stockings, black and white, all sizes 5
Special 35c 3 pair, $1.00
A cleanup of odd sizes in women's, children's and men's
sweaters and sweater coats
Special 1-3 Off .
Several pieces of Outing Flannel to close out
At 1-3 Off
Odd pieces of Children's Underwear, Shirts, Drawers, etc.
Special 1-3 Off
In the Grocery Department
Just received a new line of pure cane
Syrup. Don't fail to get a can extra
Imported Australian Jams extra good
Special 26c and 46c a can
Remember we carry a new fresh line
of the famous and superior M. t. B.
We are showing a new stock of the
National Biscuit Cakes and Crackers
all fresh and crisp.
Friday and Saturday
Grocery Sale Extraordinary
ALL WHITE, FRESH RANCH
Guaranteed Tfa fa Pa Guaranteed
Tl Per Doz
II 2 Days Only
LOOK at our window display; you never saw real candy like this for
13c and 15c per 1-2 lb.
Did You Ever Try Our Famous
Virginia Style Sausage
Made from Finest Pure Pork, all U. S. inspected and just the snappy flavor you'd
Special for 2 Days Only 30c lb.
Limit of 2 lbs. Only to Each Customer
Golden State and Meadowgold Butter
SPECIAL 73c lb.
Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes
Look Here, Men. It will pay you to step in and look at the lines we have on
sale at Half Price. It's a real money-saving sale. '