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Arizona republican. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1890-1930, December 28, 1914, Image 8

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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1914
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CALEDONIANS PUN
Will Meet to Arrange Program and
Other Incidents of their Annual
Evening
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With the approach of the birth of
Bobby Burns, the Scotch of this city
and district are again preparing for
their celebration of the day, and have
issued their call for a meeting of all
members of the Caledonian society,
all Scotch, and all Interested in the
move and desirous of becoming mem
bers of the local organization. The
meeting will be held at the office of
Jeffries Advertising company, 129
North First avenue, Monday evening,
December 28, at 8 o'clock.
The date for the celebration which
the society will stage is set as Janu
ary 26. Last year an interesting pro
gram with many Scotch features and
customs was presented and given on
that day, and an even more interest
ing and complete program is being
prepared for this year's occasion.
Speeches, addresses, recitations of the
famous works of the object of the
day's festivities, songs of the Scotch,
and solos on the bagpipes of the land,
will be included.
An especial invitation is extended
to the Scotch of. the city who wish
to affiliate with the organization.
They are especially urged to attend
this meeting, become acquainted with
the other members, and tell what
they will be able to contribute toward
the evening in the shape of enter
tainment.
' Already the society has a large
membership of the Scotch of this dis
trict of the state. Since the occasion
of the last meeting of the society
there have been found many addi
tional natives who are more than
anxious for the date when they may
become members. The Caledonians
have been one of the most active of
the local societies, and they plan to
have an even more interesting and
intensive series of celebrations and
meetings this year than during th
years past.
TI TWO BIG THINGS
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Schieren's Duxbak Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc
ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY CO.
3rd Ave. and Jackaon "We Have the Stock" Phoenla
DAVID HAM WILL
VISIT PHOENIX TONIGHT
Amateur
Night
TONIGHT
at the
Coliseum
' A Little Boost for Good
Roads; get out that Drag if
the Sun Shines!
Amusements
TONIGHT
The greatest of Amer
ican Plays
David
Harum
with Mr. Redmond as
David
Phone Elvey & Hulett
for Reservation and
avoid standing in line
Perhaps no character in an Ameri- J
can play has been more enjoyed
than the lovable old Yankee "David
Harum," in the stage version of the
story of the same name.
Founded on a character who actual
ly lived, the builded better than he
knew when he gave to the world
"Uncle David." Coupled with his
native shrewdness and fondness for
a horse trade the old fellow has so
many good traits that his propensity
for "skinning the deacon" is over
looked in the good he does and the
cheer he spreads.
Wm. H. Crane used the old fellow as
one of the most successful vehicles
in all of his long career and tonight
Kd Redmond will serve the play done
especially for the Columbia clientel
with special sets for the offering, and
if the success that has attended the
past performances In coast cities is
duplicated, the Columbia won't hold
the audience.
Mr. Redmond is conceded by even
his opposition In stock to be the best
David Harum, aside from Mr. Crane,
who has played the old fellow, and
if the real laugh of the year Is
wanted, a visit on one of the three
nights it is to be offered will bring
the result.
David Harum will be the offering
also at the Wednesday matinee.
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NEAR DATE LOOMS URGE
ON SOCIAL CALENDAR
Smartest Ball of the Year For Benefit
of St. Luke's Home.
ARIZONA
Coming, Sundav and Monday
THE GREAT PRODUCTION
"AMERICA"
J j J M iLester & Moure, Singing & Talking
... , . , o An Gaines & Eddy, Jest Jesters. Steve
Two Show Nightly 7:10 and 8:40 " . . .
' j on- Jaxon, Saxaphone Soloist.
LION THEATER
TODAY Two vchy funny comedies.
Zip, THE DODGER Keysone
DAD AND THE GIRLS Beauty
January 6 looms large on the social
calendar, for this is the date set for
the smartest ball of the year. For
the benefit of St. Luke's home
group of prominent society matrons
are planning a charming dance at the
Woman's club Wednesday a week.
Lindley Calhoun Morton, president of
the Bachelor's club will act as master
of ceremonies.
In all the large cities the charity
ball is looked forward to as the most
important social event of the season
and it is planned to make this dance
take that position here. The entire
proceeds will be devoted to St. Luke's,
arid no more deserving cause could
be found. The tockets are three
dollars per couple, or two dollars
single, and include a buffet supper
which will be served at midnight.
With dancing at the very height of
its popularity, the first charity ball
is an assured success.
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NEWCOMERS DAY SET
FOR JANUARY FIFTEEN
LAMARA
Coming
Ceo. Klein's Croat Production of
"JULIUS CAESAR"
Regale
TREY 0 'HEARTS NO. 9
TODAY
SITTING RINK
Cor. 2nd and Madison Sta.
OPEN TUESDAY, THURSDAY &
SATURDAY AFTERNOONS
AND EVENINGS
W. H. TOLER. Mar.
Valley's Greeting to -Strangers Will
Be Occasion For Fine Big Pro
gram of Addresses
IN ARIZONA
The Roosevelt Dam and the Republican
Bargain Offer
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He Will Brin$You
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Try A Republican Want Ad.
Newcomers day, with all its hearty
hospitality, is drawing near. The
board of trade's special committee,
headed by Barnet E. Marks, will start
work shortly, preparing the Bpecial
program, which has already been plan
ned by the members.
The date for the celebration h
been set for January 15.
Strangers In Phoenix will be given
nn opportunity to register their names
with the committee, so that the hosts
may know whome to care for, and
how many guests to expect. Co
operation has been promised by sev
eral local institutions and by the
newspapers. The first Newcomers day
celebration bids fair to be a big one.
OPPORTUNITY
We want everyone in Arizona to read The Arizona Republican
during 1915. Wo arc giving ample notice, so that everyone may
!uvfliit;i",-. of this irreat newspaper subscription opportuni
ty this year. 5.00 will do the work of $9.00. After January
9th positively nothing accepted at otbor than our regular rates.
We have found this annual bargain event to always be popular.
It saves the reader money, and saves The Republican book
keeping, billing and collecting each month. Terms of offer are
strit-tly cash. Positively all arrears must be paid before advan
tage can be taken of this generous $5.00 offer. This is positive
ly the only time during the year the $5.00 offer is made, and the
" offer abs lutely closes January 9th, 1915.
MAIL TIE FIVE
ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
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