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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1917
PAGE THRE For that Thanksgiving Hat We Suggest THE "PAKROTE" i , A new brush hat in grey, green and blue-grey mix tures. t i ( Wo w $5.00 SARGEANTTELLS DFFDODIICIP FUNSTONWiESS The "Delancy" A snappy "Boston ian" in black or tan calf $9.00 the pair. Iff! b!1JB HE COUPS IS OPEN TO RECRUITS After having remained closed to en listments for some time, local head quarters for the United States Marine I'orps is apain prepared to receive ap plications from youn men desirous of entering this very desirable branch of I'mo federal service, according to an an nouncement which has been made by llalph K. likeman, sergeant, in charge of the 1'hoenix branch. "The soldiers of the sea," as members Of the Tinted States marines are snown, have an advantage over the man enlisted in any other department,' says Mr. Blakeman, "because of the fact that they work both on land and water. Then, in addition to this, thev have a chance for real action, the thing tne red blooded young American likes They are the first to land in any for eign clime when trouble starts. It is the marines who are sent to maintain order when a revolution breaks out in various parts of the globe where the authority of Uncle Sam asserts itself.' bergeant Blakeman says Phoenix should be proud of the admirable type of men who have responded to the call to the colors through enlistment in the marine corps. "We have had a fine group of men from Phoenix who have entered the service through this office,1 says Sergeant Blakeman. Do not wait 'till tomorrow phone that WANT AD to The Republican and dispose of, or get what you want. i wsFfifii.,' Your ocerjivillWfawi ike full price yoapaidL does not please yoat iasfelftdlmaffeirfvow, macv yoalvave.ttsGct iS3 oufcjof ihG&c&tv M1 m M.J. Brandemtein U Co. San Francisco MB I TODAY The Supreme Test Mrs. C. S. Dcckkcr, the factory expert, will Freeze Ice Cream at 30 degrees in one compartment of the IDEAL FIRELESS COOKER and at the same time Roast a Big Fat Turkey In the other compart ment at 600 degrees Fahrenheit. Hundreds of people are witnessing thi'.e wonderful demonstrations. Each day this week between 10 and 12 noon, and 2 to 5 p. m. Except Thursday. Thanksgiving Day. Cream and cake served today between the hours of 2 and 5 p. m. Wo welcome you. See these wonderful labor and fuel-saving cook ers which are more essential than ever in these times of conser vation. The prices are so low that every home can afford one. Not a complaint from one man in his company about the food at Fun ston, was the statement made last evening by Sargeant "Nick" Osborn of Supply Company 340 who is home on a furlough. The young soldier de clares that the rations are "fit" and the only thing lacking is butter and the men are now used to doing without it. Army city has sprung into life with in the past few weeks and the little village, a ten minute walk from camp, provides the boys with a place to go when a change of diet is wanted, but "not necessary," says Osborn. Much as he has to say in praise of the camp food, Sargeant Osborn still puts m his claims for cakes and can dies whenever any one wished to adopt a soldier in camp. He bears out'' the statement made by Captain F. T. Win dle who recently gave out an interview at the camp that the men were in tensely interested in food conservation. Captain Windle said "the men are allowed a regular government ration which is fixed by expert dieticians. According to figures of the quarter master's office the men are fed for 39.38 cents a day. "Funston has its meatless and wheatless da,ys," said Capt. .Windle. "The boys don't waste very much. There; is hardly a company in camp that does not save from $400 to $500 a month on its ration allowance. This is paid them by the quartermaster at the end of the month and is used in the company's mess fund to buy ar tides such as fresh fruit, cliicken, ice cream and cake, that are not issued by the quartermaster. Just now the boys are eating lots of vegetables, be cause vegetables are plentiful and ex tremely healthy. Following is the daily ration to which each soldier is entitled: Beef, ham and bacon 20 oun. Flour 18 Baking powder 1.5 " Beans and rice 2.4 " Potatoes, onions and to matoes 20 " Prunes, jam, dried peaches and dried apples 1.28 " Coffee 1.12 Sugar S.2 Milk, evaporated 1.21 " Vinegar 25 gallons Pickles 25 Salt 04 ounce Pepper 014 " Butter 50 Syrup 1-3 gill Flavoring extract 014 ounce BEER SOON 10 II ALCOHOLIC COiTEIT REDUCED Republican A. P. Leased Wire WASHINGTON, Nov. 27. Orders reducing the alcoholic content of beer to three per cent will be issued soon by the food administration with the approval of President Wilson. At the same time the amount of grain used by brewers will be cut down approx imately thirty per cent, although the volume of beer will not be decided. In making this announcement to night the food administration points out that since there is in the country a two or three years' supply of whiskey it is undesirable at the pres ent time to stop entirely the brewing of beer because of the possibility of driving the people to whiskey drink ing. The social question involved, it is declared, must be given equal con sideration with that of food conserva tion. Of this problem the statement says: "The food bill provides for the pro hibition of the use of roodstuffs.in the production of distilled spirits for bev erage purposes and the use of food stuffs for the production of distilled drinks was stopped September 8. There is, however, in the country from two to three years' supply of whiskey, brandy and gin ami other distilled liquors. The food bill provides that these liquors can be commandeered by the government if required for pur poses of manufacture of alcohol for munitions. On the other hand the re quirements for industrial alcohol in addition to the. normal output from sawdust and other waste products is at present negligible. "Those who wish brewing entirely; suppressed should therefore bear in mind that if such a course were pur sued the country would be placed on a whiskey basis entirely and the amount of alcohol consumed most probably would increase. "The desirability of saving all the grain used in brewing from the point of view of food conservation is there fore limited by the social question in volved in the exclusive use of whis key." The regulations will provide for an increased output of cattle feed from brewing establishments. Dorris-Heyman Furniture Co. "Arizona's Leading Housefurnishers" ALEXANDROVITCH 1DER1EST Republican A. P. Leased Wire LONDON, Nov. 27. Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovitch, brother of the former emperor, according to a Petro-' grad dispatch to the Times,- has been arrested and imprisoned in Smolny Institute, the headquarters of tbe.B.ol,-. sheviki. Michael Alexandrovitch; ' a ymingef brother of Nicholas Romanoff, was named as regent when his brother ab dicated last March 15. He abdicated the following day, ending the Roman off dynasty. He and his wife were arrested early last September in con nection with a monarchist plot. It was said the former grand duke was not implicated in the plot but that his arrest was merely a precautionary measure. He was kept in custody, however, and was imprisoned in Petro grad. On November 17. it was re ported that he was with Premier Ker ensky at Gatchina. COLLECT STOLE 8 FMftppTl hirvr1s rf all mnlroa onfl kinds are piled tip at tne local police HTH.T inn wa i mir rnr tnpir nwnori tn nut f nr thm Thu nff ipora are oanoplnllv anxious that some disposition be made Fea Aimirraa! Sale f taring Our Than! Women's Ready-to-Wear Garments & Furnishings Following our usual custom of making the Thanksgiving week, a week of extra special values we are offering for this coming week unprecedent- ed bargains in all departments a generous outpouring of really good things This in connection with our Preparato Makes for you a truly great dollar saving Thanksgiving. i.9.TAmm- 20 Discount ' ITETiir.CEABL0F.SEP: ZO Discount lT10?80!8.8: 20 Discount t ELAB0BA.TE 0F EV 25 Discount iertT! t IN(. 0F TAIL0IiED 2 Discount roeeI'att .btaele. of. IQ Discount WE NEVER TIRE TELLING YOTJ 0 F THE MANY GOOD VALUES TO BE FOUND IN OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT A representative showing of what is really good, correct and stylish in foot wear for a MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN - The best of their different styles and leathers. Every shoe a shoe of value Now specially priced at 10 Blseonmt Where can you. i Women's and Miss . raos s Classier Sweater Mown here! s m s than (?".'".' ' Tihiiii ii hi Styles and models that are distinctive and exclusive with us sweater coats of silk fibre, thread silk, angora wool, fine worst eds and imported yarns, in every size, every model, every popular color and com bination and note what a saving in price now at 10 Discount OMnery for Thanksgiving at SPECIAL VALUE PRICES The wonderful values and extraordinar y styles shown in our millinery depart ment are too well known and appreciat ed to need comment here But for Thanksgiving week we are offering you your choice of any hat in stock a pat tern hat, tailored hat, street hat or unt rimmed shape positively no reserve now at Off33K Discount er emembeir Our Aoirraal Sale f Imported Tharfcsgwmg Day Linens Are the finest Damasks, prettiest patterns, choicest qualities and greatest values in the city. The cheapest and the finest are all marked at special sale prices, which it will pay you to investigate. N. Diamond &Bro. Phoenix- Arizona- POSSttl 201 1209 EM Washington St. THE POPULAR SHOPPING CENTER 1 of the wheels because of the space they occupy In the more or less limited quarters allottea to tne department. Afan.. nl tha hflfPH ATA hfieVeH tO have been stolen from outlying districts such as Mesa and Tempe. xne oincers say that frequently stolen bicycles are torn down and the various parts used for repairing or reuunuing uuiei whut snhstantiatlna- this is the ex perience of the officers in cases where different persons have-claimed tne sev eral parts going to mane up one re built machine. . ROBERT MM I LAWLESSNESS IN HARBIN PEKING, Nov. : 27. Lawlessness is increasing in Harbin where foreign ers have been attacked and robbed. The consular representatives have in timated to the Russian authorities that unless guarantees are forthcom ing for the protection of the-lives and property of foreigners they will endeavor to bring in British, Ameri can and Japanese troops to work in conjunction with the Russian and Cfifnese administrations - for the preservation of public safety BEING SOUGHT FOR Phoenix police department officials are endeavoring to locate Robert Mc Kay in response to a communication received yesterday from Mrs. Lucy McKay, of Toledo, Ohio, a sister-in-law of the missing man. In her letter to the chief of police, Mr,s. McKay says that she lost track of her brother-in-law four or five years ago and that all efforts to lo cate him have thus far proven un availing. Mrs. McKay is said to have received information that her missing relative is in this section of the country. DEMOCRATS PLAN CAMPAIGN CHICAGO, Nov. 27 Democratic national committeemen and other leaders from middle western states met here today to discuss plans for the 1918 campaigns.' By a new strategy the campaigns will be con ducted under a zone systemi Fred D. Lynch, national committeeman from Minnesota, expressed the per sonal opinion that owing to the war it might be well to battle out the campaign on non-partisan lines. Up to date, however, it was said that preliminary work had been along partisan lines and it was understood the republicans were preparing for party contests next year. 1VAL QUOTA IN STATE ASSIGNED Navy Recruiting Officer Flynn of the Phoenix station yesterday received a telegram from El Paso, saying that 400 apprentice seamen had been appor tioned to that district and 50 of them had been assigned to the Phoenix sta tion. It is desired that they be se cured by February 22. There are needed also from this station, 40 firemen. The age limits are from 18 to 35. The aviation branch is still open for enlistments. YOU'LL HOWL WHEN YOU SEE HOWELL FOR SECOND HAND WAGONS See Phoenix Wood & Qpal Co.