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for Qur v Wonderful Bargain Giving
Arizona Shrine News
Bulletin Extraordinary For Shrine Sokum Sirkus
; Snteresting Week-End Specials
Ceo. A. Mauk Snake Editor
Shirley Christy ...III. Pote
J. J. Sweeney Goat Editor
Tom Taylor Gila Monster
All information herein that -fails to meet the approbation of the per
son about whom it is written can settle with the slugfest committee.
CAMEL TP-ACKS Nichols was sent up to the Shrine
The telephone bell rang at regular office yesterday and it took two boys
Interval.) . yesterday to announce to (0 earrv ,t wh.,e the door bp
the waiting bunch in the Shrine
lublicity office that more donations removed to get the tights in without
were being accumulated each hour. , marring the box they were packed iu.
j 3
Mrs. Charles t'rban sent in a The camels for the parade arrived
dozen hand-painted plates as her of- ( today and will be fed on Zem Zem
l'ering for the sokum store. ; water tor the rest of the time until
! the show is ready to start.
The rouvenir book of the Shrine j
Sirkus will be off of the press today, You will receive a notice. Noble,
and it will be one of the most beau-'to be on hand at the Gardens to
tiful works ever issued by a lodge take part in the parade which will
in the state. It will be distributed leave the Van Kuren gate at fi
at the Shrine Sirkus. A copy will . o'clock sharp. This means sharp
be sent to each Shrine Temple in the'!lm it also mPans that you had bet
United States. tor be there, because vou are eoinc
to be dealt with by the kangaroo
court if you fail. You will be asked
to come in dark trousers, and shirt,
with your fez. Anyhow, the fez.
Photographs of all the freaks in
the side show will be sold by the
freaks themselves. If you think this
is not going to be some chance to
show the outside world what Phoenix
has in the way of side show talent,
you are playing the wrong hunch.
As the first part of the motion
picture of the Shrine Sirkus will be
taken at the Gardens before the
rageant starts on its way, vou will
kmil uanz has already received an get there early and get in on the
offer to join one of the big traveling j picture. The camera man will take
circuses. His fame as September ti e inside of the Gardens with the
Morn is spreading all over the sirkus stuff working to show to the
United States. j outside world the way Phoenix does
: things.
Many are asking if the freaks who -
have been mentioned in the columns This, picture of the Shrine Sirkus
of The Republican are really going which Mr. Read is going to have
to appear." You can bet they are, 1 taken by an expert camera man
and they are going to show up just from l.os Angeles will be shown on
as advertised. ; many screens all over the country,
land will be some advertising stunt
Uerl Reeves is gping to be the ' for Phoenix. You can help it bv
funniest thing that ever broke out being on hand at the Gardens to
of a smoke house when he mounts take part in the stuff that will be
the platform to tell how he became photographed,
so thin. He win have his pictures!
for sale and while they will be taken j Zerado and Nace will have charge
sitting on a chair a cross will be of several of the clown acts at the
added so as to distinguish his legs Sirkus and they think that this will
from those of the chair. ; he the greatest show of its kind
' they have ever seen, if it lives up to
The little Eva costume for Dr. rehearsals
Arrangements are being perfected
to; have a justice of the peace for
Chandler. The county board of su
pervisors, who have the say so in
the matter, have given their consent,
and the matter is now being worked
upon by Attorney Price of Chandler.
The proposed division between
Chandler and Mesa will be made one
mile south of the base line, and will
include the Higlcy and Gilbert dis
tricts, provided they wish to join.
It is planned to have tie court
ready to take care of business by
July 1st.
; At two o'clock next Friday bids
will be received for building the
third unit to the present group of
I buildings for the Chandler Grammar
I school. In addition to the building
which will contain three school rooms,
, library, etc. Plumbing and heating
contracts for the entire group of
' buildings will be let.
"VY". J. Neill, the buyer for the Mc
Faddcn Brothers, who handled the
cotton from the Chandler district last
season arrived at Chandler Wednes
day evening. On Thursday he visited
the Roosevelt dam and on Friday
evening wus banqueted at the Hotel
San Marcos. Chandler, by the cotton
growers of the Chandler district. Mr.
Neill has a very high opinion of
Chandler Egyptian cotton, and be
lieves this district will lead the
world as a producer of that staple.
Ort Monday morning E. N. I-ar-mour,
one of the prominent residents
of Chandler, was operated on for ap
pendicitis at the Palmer hospital In
Mesa. The operation Js reported to
have been wholly successful, and Mr.
Larmour is making a quick recovery.
It is expected that he will be able to
be removed to his home by next
On Saturday last Mrs. W. G. Rar
ackman entertained at luncheon Miss
Gretchcn Pringle and Miss Janet
Pringle. The luncheon was daintily
appointed in every way. Among
those attending were: .Mrs. C. J.
Berg, Mrs. S. M. Meyer. Miss Tag
gcrt and the Misses Pringle.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rinear and
family left Chandler Wednesday on
an overland motor trip for Spokane,
Washington. Mr. Rinear came down
from Washington in their car last
spring for a protracted visit to their
relatives about Chandler, and ' enjoy
ed the trip so much that they have
started to return the same way.
! On Saturday last Miss Clara Eld-
ridge and David Crisp bot" well
known in Chandler, were married in
Phoenix. They have gone to house
keeping on Mr. Crisp's ranch south
of Chandler. Roth bride and groom
have many friends in Chandler, who
extend the new couple their best
A very successful dance was given
in Monroe Hall on Friday evening,
about thirty couple being in attend
ance. A second dance was given at the
Hotel San Marcos on Saturday night,
which was very well attended.
Mrs. K.' J. Koch and her son,
Ernest, arrived from Los Angeles
on Wednesday to join Mr. Koch and
the other members of his family who
! arrived from California the week
Heal your skin witEl
No matter how long you have
been tortured and disfigured
by itching, burning, raw or
scaly skin humors, just put a
little of that soothing, antisep
tic Resinol Ointment on the
sores and the suffering stops
right there! . ,
Healing begins that very
minute, and in almost every
case your skin gets well so
quickly you positively feel
ashamed of the money you
threw away on tedious, use
less treatments.
Resinol Ointment, (50c and 11.00), and K-
Inol SoftD. 12Sc. Hear iwir nimnlM hlL.
beads, and dandruff. Sold by ALL d ragg-iats. .
For trial size of
each t ree. write to
Rerinol. Dept.6-S,
Baltimore, Md.
Trr ReaiDolShavineStick
At aOdealeceer trial Ue mraqoar i
Men's . . Furnishings
250 SAMPLE SHIRTS Made in both Golf and Neglisce styles of best
quality French Cambric, English Madras, Repp Oxfords and fine Cham
brays. Shirts actually worth $1.50 and $2.00 each. Extra special,
choice 75
MEN'S GOLF SHIRTS Made in coat style, laudcrcd cuffs, neat stripes,
fast colored fabrics. All sizes, a good dollar Shirt, special 69
NEGLIGEE. SHIRTS Made of fast colored Madras in neat stripes and
effects. Collar attached, patch pocket, all sics. Extra values. . -59
$1.50 NEGLIGEE SHIRTS Made of self brocade Cream Madras, a most
excellent wearing Shirt, collar attached, all sizes. Extra special ... 79
UNION SUITS Full bleached fine Jersey ribbed, gauze, tailormade,
both ankle and knee length drawers, all sizes, per suit 50
NAINSOOK SHIRTS AND DRAWERS Get this number made of small
fine check Nainsook and dimity, each 29?
WILSON BROS. UNION SUIT Made of open mesh, gauze weight, the
suit for warm weather, three styles, athletic, ankle and knee lengths, all
sizes, regularly selling at $1.25, suit, extra special 75J
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS Made of Egyptian Balbriggan, reinforced
seats, every size in stock; regular 50c garments, each -3T
PAJAMAS Made of absolutely fast colored Soisettes in white, pink and
blue, all sizes $1.50 and $2 garments choice, each 9S
BOYS' UNION SUITS Made of open mesh. Just the thing for warm
weather wear. All sizes, knee lengths, per suit 23J
PRESIDENT SUSPENDERS Tou know the kind, 50c values the coun
try over, light and dark colors, at 33
BOYS' WAISTS Regular 65c and 75c values including Imperial and
Mother's Friend Waists, sizes 6 to 15 years, your choice 39J
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT On all Boys' Tub Saits, made of Galatea,
Linen, Chambray and Suitings. Sizes 21-2 to 7 years, in Norfolk, French
and Russian Blouse styles at 1'4 OFF
t -. - - . s. v- . a"mafekeaa1neaVet
KEEP KIDS" KLEAN-pand cool, dress them in Koveralls, turn them
loose and let them enjoy theirselves. The only sensible play su.it. Sizes
from 2 to 8 years. Per suit 75
Hiih-Grade Suits
PALM BEACH SUITS Gcniiiiw Palm Beach Suits, cut iu nobby Norfolk
models, in plain and invisible hair-line stripes
for elsewhere. Here you buy them-during our
Mill Outlet Sale
all sizes; suits you pay $12.50
A at o n Nii'tv Norfolks and stvlish three-piece Suits. Suits
W. aCH V"-w II II Vkefi II i .
U, 03? JL A oJf that Avere
bought to retail up to .18.."0. No cheap
Suits, but Suits of style and service, fancy Tweeds and Mixtures, also navy,
blue Serges, all sizes and wonderful values'.
Men's super-weight Summer Suits suits that are
hand finished, in Norfolk and Semi-English Models.
Made from classy mixtures, in greys and tans; pencil stripe' .worsteds, cassi
meres and navy blue serges. These arc suits manufactured for fine, retail trade
to sell from $20.00 to $22.50. Suits we have every confidence in showing; a
size to fit every figure; early selection means early choice.
Jkfr H !RL G-ft 'The-highest grade of Custom Tailored Suits. Suits
RtUk op iL Oo a O made from the Season's classiest fabrics, including
the nobby Mixtures in greys, soft tans, fancy browns, the nifty pencil and salt
mixtures. English Avorsted, neat pencil stripes and botany wool, navy blue
serges. Suits built upon honor, correct in everv detail and manufactured to
retail at from $25.00 to $30.00.
isses $5.1
A beautiful asosrtment of handsome Dolly Yarden figured imported Marqui
sette Yoile, dainty and stylish beautifully trimmed in Messaline silk and rich
oriental laces, buttons of contrasting shade to match trimmings big range of
shades to select irom dresses manufactured to sell at $12.o0.
Extra special values, your choice
Dresses for warm weather wear, suitable for street or afternoon home wear,
made of pretty Dolly Yarden Crepes, trimmed iu ruffles, having neck and
sleeves finished in Oriental Lace all sizes to select from. Dresses
made to retail at $6.50, now all in one lot. Your choice
!S Discount
Undoubtedly the largest assortment in the city Tub dresses that are Tub
dresses made of absolutely fast colored tub proof materials such as Ging
hams, Devonshire Cloths, Scotch Ginghams, Galatea, Linens, Chambrays and
Indian Dead everv garment neatlv and stvlishly trimmed sizes from 2 to 14
years- no reserve. Your choice
of any children's dress in stock, at
$2.SO Crepe Kimonas $1.39
The swellest line of high-grade medium priced kimonas ever shown kimo
nas made from genuine Windsor Kimoua Crepes in a large variety of patterns
and styles, elegantly made and nicely trimmed all colors all sizes, garments
made to retail at $2.50, $2.2o and $2.00 now all
in one lot, vour choice
Seco Silk Kiroooas $1.45
Daintv and serviceable, made of Light Blue and Pink Seco Silk, having polka
dot-! of self colors neatly trimmed and dressmaker made all
m; a garment actually cheap at $2. Extra value, your choice
Outing Skirts $1.98
Made of special quality Tan Khaki cloth, double stitched seams, patch pocket,
button on sides, all sizes, just the skirt for outing wear; 11 QjS
si V od t'.vo-fiftv value; each oCtO
MEN'S $2.50 AND $3.00 OXFOUDS, $1.98 A number of broken lines
and sizes of Men's Oxfords in gun metal and Vici, in tans and black.
Not all sizes of every line but all sizes in the lot. A
great snap. Come in and pick them over. Your choice
MENS $3.50 TO $4.50 OXFORDS, $2.43 A crack-a-jack lot of Men's
classy Oxfords in both button and lace models. Patenjt Colt. Tan Calf.
Vici and Gun Metal. No shop-worn shoes but every 950
pair high-grade merchandise. Per pair '. . . . .. ..ip'io'
MEN'S $3.00 VENTILATED OXFORDS. $2.35 The coolest and most ser
viceable of summer shoes. Made of Tan Calf and light grey Elkskin.
Shoes regularly sold at $3.00 pair. AH
MEN'S CANVAS OXFORDS Made of extra quality .shrunken Sea
Island Dutch in plain white, grey and tan, a cool, ser
viceable and dressy summer shoe, all sizes, per pair
On all our regular stock of Men's, Women's, Boys' and Girls' Shoes
(except Women's Red Cross Shoes.) This means a saving in the price
of high-grade Shoes that will be the means of putting many dollars in
the pockets of bur customers. All the season's newest lasts and models
for your selection.
Made of extra fine crinkle crepe,
and trimmed in linen. Torchon
lace. Slip-over style. New ki
niona sleeve. All sizes. Extra
special, each 79
Princess Slips
Made Correct Model for the prevail
ing styles, made of Sheer Crepe and
fine Nainsook, elaborately trimmed in
dainty lace and embroidery.. Special
$1.50 values, each 98
201 219 fg.it F&sKnvfonJt
SflSlfcA Diamond & Bm. Phoemx-fnma.fA
Citv Commission Adopts
Measure Providing for
Licensing Practically All
Lines of Mercantile or
Professional Business
'An ordinance to provide for the
licensing of vocations, trades, call
ings, professions and businesses car
ried on In the city of Phoenix."
The foregoing is the title of City
Ordinance No. 6, adopted by the city
commission In special session yester
day afternoon. It provides for the
payment of a license fee for prac
tically every line of business or pro
fession now being conducted or fol
lowed or likely to' be at any time
n the future.
Merchants, being those conducting
a nouse, store, business place or es
tablishment for the purchase, sale,
distribution, handling or dealing in
sny kind, class or character of
goods, wares, merchandise, or natur
al or manufactured articles or prod
ucts, and for which no license, is
provided," are to pay a license tax
based upon the gross amount of
sales and receipts of the business for
the preceding quarter. The. fixing
of a quarterly license tax of $135
and the imposing of several restric
tions not heretofore included in any
city ordinance, upon restaurants,
public dining rooms or eating places
where liquors are sold or served as
a part of bona fide meals. Is another
of the sections of the ordinance
quite different from anything prev
iously adopted.
Another clause of the measure
likely to create no little interest is
that imposing a license tax of $30
per quarter upon clubs and. requir
ing the keeping of a full and ac
curate record and account showing
the date of each sale or disposition
of liquor, the name of the. person to
whom supplied, sohl or disposed ' of,
the character, class and amount of
liquor sold, together with the
business transacted for that quar- f
In the case of the restaurants or
hotels serving liquor with .meals,
such liquors shall only be permitted
to be used in the regular public din
ing room of the hotel or restaurant
and then only from the hours of 6:30
o'clock a. m, until 12 o'clock mid
night upon week days and from the
hours of S:30 o'clock a. m. to 9:30
a, m.. from 11:30 a. m. to 2:30 p. m.
and from 5:30 p. m. until 8:30 p. m.
on Sundays. They shall also keen
a record of the same class as that
required to be kept by , clubs where
liquor is sold or served. .
In approving this portion of the
ordinance as represented in the
foregoing paragraph an effqrt was
made to include the words "and
legal holidays." making the hours
amount, if anv. charged or received
therefor, to be kept in a proper book of sale tnp same on holidays, as on
which shall be open to the inspee-1 Sunda's- Te city attorney gave as
tiOn and examination of the city
manager, the city auditor, the police
officers and each and every other
person charged with the issuance of
licenses or the collection of license
fees and taxes.
Under the terms of the ordinance
no sale of liquor shall be made at
any time in a drug store except
upon the prescription of a physician
and when such sale is mad? a com
plete record of the transaction, in
cluding the amount, sold, the name
of the person to whom sold, the
price received or . charged, the name
ol the .physician prescribing and the
original written prescription in pro
per books and files. The druggist is
also required upon the last day of
each quarter to file with the city
collector a. written statement under
oath showing the total amount of
such sales made, receipts had and
The members of the Rotary So
ciety were treated to a delightful
surprise yesterday when President
Betts introduced to them, at the re-
his opinion that such days as Fourth
of July, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving
Day, Labor Day and election davs
are holidays and that the inclusion
of the legal holiday clause, liquors
could not be sold upon thosfl days
except during the same hours, as
those designated for Sundays.. The
legal holiday clause was ultimately
stricken out, although Mayor Young
and Commissioner Cope voiced their
disapproval of this action.
ISaloon keepers are to be taxed
$250 per quarter as at present. Deal
ers in aeroplanes or those engaging
in the transportation of passengers
or freight by aeroplanes must pay
$10 per quarter. Provision is made
for the summary dismissal of any
police officer failing to keen the city
auditor fully Informed of the firms
or persons upon their beats having
no licenses and in addition failing to
make written report of such delin
quecies to the city collector.
Four hours were occupied by the
commission in discussion of the 173
clauses of the proposed ordinance.
With the exception of the elimina
tion of the legal holiday feature of
the selling of liquor In restaurants
and the increasing of the license fees
of employment bureaus from $100 to
$300 per quarter, the ordinance was
finally adopted as originally drafted.
The imposition of the $300 license fee
upon employment bureaus means the
elimination of that business in Phoe
nix. thefee being prohibitive.
gular weekly luncheon, J. H. Hinc of
Denver, Colo., formerly secretary of
the very much awake organization in
that city, who gave some very inter
esting points in the history of the '
! In .addition to this A. G. llulett of
this city also addressed the meeting.
The question of entertainment for the
visiting rotarians who will be with
thj Angeleon excursion was dis-'
cussed and it was decided to give u
dinner to the eight of them at Dono
frio's from 6 to 8 in the evening.
President Betts will go down to Mar
icopa to meet the visitors and autos
will be on hand at the train and will
assist in the reception to the
"Dad, I've simply got to fight this
man. He has Insulted me."
"All right. Invite him to your office
and have it out with him."
"Guess I'll go to his office. What's
the use of getting my own furniture all
broken up?"
Phoenix to Globe
On Auto Stage Over Scenic :Bout by tb -j
Cars run each way daily; make reservation! at Commercial Hotel.
Gila Valley Aflto Transfer Company

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