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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 35, 1935
DR. B. HI. TAFEL IS
New Jeff erson
Pr. R. M. Tafel has been selected
tlie house physician of tli Jeffer-
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..i.voipi.mu In the state. He
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Made Exclusively by
SOLD IN PROENI
"Standard Chairs and Rockers."
"We put the Rock in Rockors."
BY THE K. G. EDWARDS FURNITURE CO.
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1 jm.Iu-v of Bivinu n nsuimeiy nrsi "
js.rviie and nf ke-pinB -imi'l'te
'st..iks nt times. In Mililit i.'ii u,
Ft. M. TAFEL
House Physician of the Jefferson
i:i5 !.! 11 actively eiiKaneil in the
pr:uti.,. f me. H.ine in I'hi.enix for a
inimher of ;c:irs. Tiie new hotel is
to he .iintratulated in mnkinx this
, omu-. tion. l'r. Talel will have his
offices in the hotel Imil.linK.
Dr. R. M. TAFEL J
After August First
in Jefferson Hotel Building 1
CUTS OF HOTEL ARE BY
PHOENIX ENGRAVING CO.
S. W. SASH 5 000R CO. ;
business in the
and doors." this i
awenev fur some
Arizona has hut one j-.h.tr-ener.iv- j
plant, but that one is fart i.-ularl V ,
rapi.l and ell e.iuipped. It is ihe
J'!...eni engraving eomt.any. and S.
Hurry Roberts.. n. who ! as b. . n the
.r.priet..r f.r th l ast six years, has
M are.l ni. ejtfnse to make it modern
in cry reajett. It ha a large and
well-Uthted studio and has an auxil
iary eMUit'tnent of 'Tire, flaming arc
lM-tric liuhts. so that In cloudy
weather, rare as that phenomenon i-
in I'lioenix. r.atrons are never iisai
l ointed by delays.
The b.alftones an 1 zin et. hints
made by this company are of a most
satisfactory ih iracter anl. in addition
t., this v.ork. orders are taken for the
(Ufisn of trade marks and advertis
ing iilnstrations. The ruts of the
Jefferson hotel in this issue are the
products "i the ' Phoenix Knenvin?
company, ns have hi en practically all
of the cuts used in The Republican
in reent years.
r.r., .,f the bi concerns
helj.cd to make 1'hociiix a r
n.l to obi.ite the necessity
(ontractors b;iyin snpplas from out
tide jobber-, is the Southwestern pah
ntnl 1 r company. This company
pl;::it is located on est Ja- Kson
street, between Third and Fourth
avenues. I-" v. r-a'.ize the extent of
Its stock and lines unless they have
made an inspect ion of the factory and
warehouse. .Mthout-h this concern
was inenrroratcd but a few years
! :.co. since enierii.ir the field it has
i furnished p radically all of the plate
' ".lass and regular sash and door work
of this s-ction. Not only i this true
1 mi the Halt River Vall.-v. but many
j orders are filled from nil over Ari
1.....0. -. . i, e l.nuiness in particular is
, t he stati
jable allied lines, such a
neer All-.Metal system of
has constrm-tion. etc.. such as has been
iv, tis.d to Mich pood advantage in many
f I'lioenix' newer business nouses.
j it also stocks a complete line ol lancy
plate, prism and ground glass, and
.makes a specialty of execuliriK ?
cial ord rs for colored windows and
; leaded Klasts w inilows for interior
'construction. In the Ackel building.
or Jeft.rson hotel, in addition to the
immense amount of straight glass and
doors furnished, the visitor will note
particularly thP beautiful art glass
narr." plate window, which appears
over the entrance to the hotel. The
art t'lass that is such an attractive
teat urc in the office an.l all of the
piim gl .'c-'s used also came rrom this
company. The fronts of the various
stores in this building are of the fam
iiiic u-.waccr svsttm mentioned above.
on the way from 1'as to Amiens the
machine was running rapidly down the
slope of a hill toward a little village in
a valley when an old. white haired wo-
man detached herself from a knot of
i.easants beside the road and suddenly j
thiew h.-eelf in front of the wheels, j
llv pining on the brakes the driver
managed to stop just in time to pre
vent le-r from beinir crushed. She then
tried to crawl under the car and was
draped screaming awav by the villag
ers, it s.-ems that rsome twenty years
ago this woman had been left a widow
will, one child, a bey. With endless
labor she hail brought him to manhood
anil given him tin r.' th in an average
education. When the war broke out
her son was immediately called to the
colors, while -die remained caring for
her tiny house, her chickens and her
cow. When the (b rmans came a bat
tle took place in her village, her house
was knocked down, her cow blown up
bj a shell, and finally her chickens dis
appeared down Certnan throats. The
poor old woman, refusing to leave the
iocalitv in which her life had been
passed, had wandered about for days
in the rain and mad. until cold, hunger
and sorrow had made her light wit ted.
Th-n. while roaming aimlessly over
tl-e fields, she had come upon the body
of her d. ad son.--Krom "The Notebook
of an Attache." bv Krie fisher Wood.
Published by the Century Company.
there will be a salon de cena which it
is expected all will "patronize for it will
onlv cost a quarter to put one's feet
under the table. Those who are fond
of Spanish dishes that contain all the
fires of a smouldering revolution may
here revel in delight while those who
are yet unacquainted with such things
should at least have cusiosity and
nerve enough to try anything at least
once. Resides enchiladas and tamales
and chili con carne and red hot coals
with tabasco sauce dressing, there will
be pipian de gallina with tortillas, and
coffee served as a chawer. The dining
room is to be one of the big features
and as a special accommodation to
those who have to work Saturday
nights the serving will begin at 5 p. m.
As Indicated this will be strictly an
Aniazonic suffragette performance by
emancipated young women who are not
in any sense of the word man haters
but who on this occasion will have very
little time for thoke who are armed
with nothing but Mexican money.
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THE OFFICE AND CHARLIE STOTT
being done m lie nonueio i..
the s'cte. I .n unknown good man has
I n.b r the .'.l.'.e management of Thf v. oi k a n un kiiow i.
inir , ... c. ........, : .'owe like a vein of water n..wmg
I a v I i icjiiinii. i ue .-n.i. i.
t. ... . , , - nn.nr.- inn. main- hidde n tindei ground.
asn an.l i"". .
taiped a consistent and continuous t.ic ground
gre.n. early le.
Tlio Yunir Snanis'.i Ladies
of tiie I'rinian-::
Have Devised Ways and
Cleans tn Ifaise Mnirey
Used by the New
Furnished Exclusively by
The l(emperThomas Co.
CALENDARS and NOVELTIES
Fans-Cloth and Leather Gccds Color Process Printinrr.
All for Advertising Purposes.
Qinee the Spanish population t
Phoenix of the Catholic faith have de
cided to build a church of their own.
I he more or less sordid subject ot
rnnnc-v has found lodgment in their
,ns. lo isness. the thought finding ex
pression in the activities of the Pri
ma rosa club. This its an organization
of Spanish veiling ladies who are dis
posed to stop the busy whirl of their
ordinarilv conventional social life, long
.nouirh to have a little fun. seasoned
with the pep of thrifty instincts turned
to good account in facilitating the work
of church building.
Their means of approach to the puh
lic poc ket book will be a "Kermesa" en
tertainment to he held in the Knights
.r rollout hall Saturday and Sunday
evenings, July !1 and August 1. Nirn
novel eniovment will be off
ered that it is not conceived that the
ten cent general admission fee will in
any way embarrass the thousands who
will want to attend and once lured
within the gate the gallant, the curious,
the hungry and the thirsty, it is
thought, may he easily separated from
such divers and sundry small coins as
may yet lurk in their trouserloons. so
to speak. It is not intended to use
felonious methods nor even to resort to
sand bags or brass kmickcs, but only in
a nic e lady-liKe way to give every man
who lias a dollar a chance to spend it
if he wants to and then to modestly
and properly encourage him to no so.
The Kermesa proper will include
booths for the sale of all exhilirating
drinks that can show a. clean hill from
the board of censors, other light re
freshments and viands, a fairy bower
where Japanese beauties of spanisn
extraction will serve tea. an eerie
cavern where a canny witch will read
the future and illuminate the past, etc.
etc. There will be a police court and
a corps of husky lady coppers who will
bring presumptuous masculinity to ac
r.n..r.t whpthpr it offends or not. T.ike-
there, will he a phoney Western
Pnion A. P. T. service manned by hud
ding womanhood, that will undertake
for consideration to keep an wno ar
rr. ih ccene in close touch with
his friends. There will be other at-
of eonrse for one cannot ex
pect to get the whole show on the bill-
In the New
Sash and Door Co.
In connection with the Kermesa