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THE "ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1917
' PAGE SE VET IEFSE5 5 nni c IU li lu AFTERMATH OF HO T MEET 01 TUESDAY Republican A. P. Leased Wire j NEW YORK, 1W. 12. Compared ith 1ho excitement attending the -a-ional Lrapic meeting hero yesterday, n lien the I e-elerl inn of President Tcn r i ii liis own terms and the s.ile f "lnlaflelhi;i's Kar battery, "Alexander ind Killifer," to Chicago, were tlie nain features, today's session of the ' iHnates wa-s without incident. Tli'i length of next seasons playing V'hedule and tile possible reduction of !ie player limit were informally lis :hssu1 ttnt no action was taken. Both tere imanimoiisly deferred until the National League, representatives can mii g:l to Chicago where they will Confer with the American League. club ii m r3 Friday or Saturday. Tin; constitution was ti mended to Don't wear a veil to cover up skin trouble .sinol makes sick skins well I s yonr appearance marred by unsightly pitches of eruption ? There is no need enduring tuch discomfort because, unless it is due to some serious internal condition, Kepinol Ointment is almost sure to clear the trouble away prompt ly, easily, and at little expense. Ktnnot Soap should usually be Ufedwith ResinoKhntment to pre pare the :,lcin to receivethe K esinol mediation. Itijadelifhtfiilsnap for the toilet, bath and shamnno. Keainol Soap and Ketinol Oint ment are told by all druggists. that there can be no cispute in future, as 'was claimed in the recent McGraw case, as to there betng no appeal to the board of directors from the find ings of the league president in impos ing a heavy fine for scandalous con duct on or off the Held. An appeal may be taken, however, if n player be sus pended lor a period of more than ten days. Tho league unanimously went on record in favor of the creation of a new plan of dividing the players part of thrf worlds scries receipts. Based on the retiini.s of the first five series prior to yi7, the players on clubs fin ishing as far down as seventh place will receive a share. It is hoped that this plan will prove an incentive to c.reater effort in playing by second di vision teams toward the end of each season. I ndcr tho new plan it was computed that each player on the win-' iiing club would receive about $2,500 and the losing players in the series would get about $1,800 each. The league will set aside one day at each ball park during the. season on which 2; per cent of the gate receipts will be donated to Clark Griffith bat and ball fund which provided $32,0UU worth of baseball paraphernalia to en listed men during the last six months. It is estimated that $00,000 each year will suffice for this purpose. During the meeting 1'resident ....i -les Jl. Ebbctts of tho Brooklyn chili, received a telegram from Pitcher Kd ward 1 "fetter staling- that lie had en listed for army service and would re port for duty January 1. Ebbetts im mediately forwarded a reply congratu lating l'feffer upon his action and wishing him success in the service. An expected aftermath of the. Inter national league meeting developed when Edward (.'. Harrow, president of tlm organization, announced that be had decided to resign the position of league executive, his tetiremcnt to take effect February 1:'. This is the date set for the next meeting of the Inter national League at whicli-timo the club owners will cast a final vote upon the ouestion of continuing tho game dur ing the 1'JIS season. Harrow, whoso salary was reduced from $;,rno to $2,000. at Tuesday's meeting, did not attempt to conceal his feelings toward the International League magnates. o HI-YG0UR5ETD TH1I It so often happens that people do not receive their money's worth when they subscribe to lecture courses and varfious forms of entertainment, the management of the Ili-Y Lecture) Course, believes it will be positively refreshing for holders of course tickets to learn that an extra number is to he given without extra cost. Dr. Edgar E. Robinson, of Leland Stanford Univer sity will deliver bis famous lecture, "American Leadership in the Great AVar," ns the added number, appearing at the high school auditorium, Thurs day evening, December 20. During- the week of the last state fair. Dr. Robinson was in Phoenix and spoke before several hundred school teachers at the joint county institute. His talk was received at that time with such interest and created such univer satisfaction, the managers of the Hi-Y lecture course, entered into negotia tions with Dr. Robinson to the end that patrons of the course might be given the opportunity to hear his lecture. All holders of tickets to the Hi-Y lecture course will be admitted free to this number, in fact, it has been the aim of the managers to give a special miniber if it was possible for them to do so, and after looking over the field, they feel that this is one of the best things that they could: possibly bring to town at this time. On account of tho importance of Dr. Robinson's sub ject and the desire of the Hi-Y people for as many people to hear him as pos sible they have arranged to make this a very popular number and anyone not TANNER CHAPEL BAZAAR C1INE Commencing next Tuesday, De cember IS, and continuing through lit. 20 "and 21. the Tanner Chapel .Methodist church. Second and Jeffer- hold 'Bazaar of son streets, will Olden Times." There will be several booths where there will be displayed for sale all sorts of fancy work, also nprona, caps, bags, etc.; also cooked food, fresh vegetables, live poultry, home made rugs and qnili A doll baby booth will b one ot the chief at tractions, where dolls of all sorts will be on display. An entertainment will be given each evening. This program will be changed each evening, and further announcement- will be made of this feature. The chairman, J. If. Robinson, says that they are planning to give a din ner to the poor one day during" the week. There are many to be looked after, and anyone wishing to con tribute to this fund, may telephone the chairman, 1611), or the pastor. Rev. Robert Herring, 8618. yi ii pa. i a, hi li Wl ii, ; ! :T""'"J " i isjihm UJiuwiwjrjyJWi Pot It Up to UsS and no reasonable offer will be re fused for any garment in the store. We Quit in Seventeen Days Ladies! Ladies! Ladies! Don't delay but call at once and select a Dress, Suit, Coat, Skirt or Waist AT YOUR OWN PRICE. The Women's Garment Shop 1 1 W. Washington St. Next to Phoenix Bakery ATTENTION SECOND LIBERTY LOAN SUBSCRIBERS THROUGH Phoenix National Bank THE TIIIUI) PAYMENT of 40 on account of subscription on the J ovcrnment Installment Plan is NOW DUE and PAYABLE at this bank. PA YM ENTS M UST BE MADE AT ONCE in order 1 hat our remittance may reach the Government Fiscal Agent at San Francisco on December 13th, 191,7. CALL AT ONCE v and make your payment or telephone our Liberty Loan Depart ment, Number 1623, and instruct us to charge your account to , cover. " ' ' " The Phoenix National Bank - Phoenix, Arizona i WE MAY HAKDLY KNOW OUR OLD FRIEND BASEBALL NEXT SEASON - A Ptoses. 4w See Jf30T V J JlA II GET a TjtrMT&rf . fe- FiVE-WOKiTrrS-F (Oca OoesaT Ircns of imm viu. B WRUYIAJCb BACK There is lots of bewilderment among fans these days as to vhat base ball will look like nxt' season. So many propoaala hare been made for the garnet establishment on a war footing that it seems likely any number of change will be made before next season. Lota of the old boys will prob ably come back when the younger ones march away to war and a shorter season is also in view. The chief hope is that, whatever happens, they will still play it with balls and bats and that stolen bases will continue in vogue. holding tickets to the regular lecture course can hear Dr. Rohinson for a very small admission fee; Anyone wishing to Inquire as to Dr. Rohinson's ability as a lecturer can easily find out from any teacher in this county who heard him during fair week when he appeared before their gathering. BIT StSSIW 1 So successful was the luncheon at the Central school yesterday for the merbership of the Merchants and Man ufacturers association that the affair will become a monthly event. The luncheon yesterday was largely attend ed and the discussion which followed proved most helpful and developed two important phases of merchandising in Phoenix the first the question of the waste in sending out receipts when bills are paid by check and the second, the question of co-operating in making credit ratings. President W. L. Pinney was in the chair at the meeting and generally di rected the discussion, which was very general, nearly all if not all of those present taking part. It was decided with regard to the mailing of receipts when payment is made by check, to recommend that this practice be discontinued and to furn ish to members uniform rubber stamps so that the information may bo stamped on bills f-r tne benefit of customers. A check is. of course, a perfect receipt for a bill and to ack nowledge the receipt of a check takes time, paper, envelopes and postage. ;!l to no good purpose. By explaining that unless a receipt is" asked for none will be sent when bills are paid by check and by stamping such an ex planation upon the bills when they are sent out, it is believed a very consider able savings will be affected. The discussion of the creclt situa tion was lead by the credit men of the larger mercantile establishments of the city, who urged greater co-opera tion among merchants in doing this work. It was pointed out that the customer who pays the bills is interest ed, for he must pay for those who de fraud their creditors, if business is to continue. Thus, co-operation among the merchants in establishing credits if a rrime essential in successful business A formal motion was adopted to make such gatherings a monthly event in the future. o PIERCE-ARROW MOTOR EARNS $12.78 SHARE Jones taught in Phoenix high school. At the conclusion of his talk, he pre eented the Lieutenant with a beauti ful wrist watch with illuminated dial, as a token of the esteem of the mem bers of the faculty. Mr. Jones accepted the gift with a short talk in which he told of his appreciation of the gift and the spirit indicated in its presentation. There were several musical numbers during the evening by Mr. Osborne, Miss Walsh and Mrs. Cook. The pro gram closed with the serving of re freshments Lieutenant Jones has spent the past two weeks in Phoenix on furlough, during which time he has visited with his family and his hundreds of friends here. He has been a frequent caller at the high school, where he was Vice principal before accepting his commis sion in the army. Lieutenant Jones reviewed the high school cadets and in an address to them pointed out some things which will be of invaluable aid to them should they later be called into military service and should they enter a training camp in preparation for this duty. Lieutenant Jones was among the first to apply for entrance into the army reserve corps when the call to arms aws issued by the government. He was passed m the examinations and at the completion of the school term was given his commission. He participated the war in the Philippines and fought with the allied troops in China He is now prepared to again serve his country. ' The Pierce-Arrow Motor company earned $1 2.78 a share in the nine months ending September 30. For the quarter ending the same time the company showed net operating profits of jl. 809,729. From this there was deducted interest of $5,381 a'nd plant and equipment depreciation of $117,333, leaving a surplus ot $1,786,015. The, surplus for the nine months' period was $3,796,129. These figures are after deduction of all taxes to which the company is now subjected, excepting federal excess profits and normal income taxes. at Danny's you'll enjoy the selection of Christmas 'gifts you -will find nothing but useful gifts, both large and small for men and young men, . Shop Now! Why Wait? Auto Coat Auto Gloves Auto Rug Bath Robe Bolt Boxed Holiday Set Cap Collar Bag Garters Gauntlets, Fur Gloves Handkerchiefs Hat ' Hosiery Jewelry Mackinaw Muffler Overcoat Pajamas Pullman Slipper Puttees Rain Coat Scarf Slip-On (rain coat) Suit Suit Case Sweater Suspenders Toilet Case " Traveling Bag Trunk Umbrella Underwear Or you can give a Hanny Merchandise Order The Store With the Xnias Spirit FLASHLIGHT BURNS BADLY GLEN DALE, Dec. 13. R. L. Rench- witz of the Glepdale Studio was seri ously burned about the face and hands yesterday by the premature explosion of a flashlight. He was preparing to take an interior view of Bridwell's blacksmith shop, at the time. He is being congratulated that his eyes were " . '"Big Store for Men'' w t The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes not hurt. Miss Hattie Hocushell of California is spending the winter with Mrs. W. H. Mays. She is a recent graduate of the U. S. C. Jack Gibson and wife were visiting friends in town yesterday. They are living on their Buckeye ranch this winter. Robert Bocker of Garden City, Kan sas, has built a neat little bungalow on the lot he bought from J. D. McCoy in Orchard addition. Miss Maurice Murdock arrived last night from Omaha to spend the winter with Mrs. George Pinnell. Mrs. R. L. Fuller and mother, Mrs. Mary C. Fuller, attended the Hoosicr banquet at the Woman's club in Phoe nix, Monday. Among the boys to leave last night for the service were Lee Coffelt, Bob Detrick and Jean Farney for the navy hospital corps. The body of Robert Heckel arrived in Phoenix yesterday morning and passed -here on its last journey t tho hillside where he has lived the yast . seven years. The coffin was Crapaft with a large American flag. Aroun it was grouped the flowers ses.t by hi friends. Several cars, in which wern the friends of the family accompanied the remains over the long journey oj 50 miles. He was buried beside hiaf sister who died about a year ago. Dr. Otto read the services' at th grave. Mrr, Hill has volunteered hei" serv ice to look after the families of th boys who are away in the service. The Red Cross will have a fine turk ey all "dolled up" to be auctioned at the Sullivan and Green auction sain next Tuesday. Only one turkey will be soli, as the committee will not and Joe Campbell, who will be in the ' have time to dress up more than one. LIEUT, JONES 1 S Lieutenant Claud Decatur Jones, who left last night for Leon Springs, to en ter intensive training preparatory to his deparire for France, was the guest of honor at a reception given him by the High school faculty Tuesday even ing in the domestic science building. Included in the program which fol lowed the reception were short talks by Prof. Cook and Daniel F. Jantzen, teacher at the high school. Reminis cences dating back to the time when he was a pupil in the high school were in dulged in by Mr. Elliott, who succeeds Mr. Jones as head of the science de partment. Mr. Elliott told of his school FitchFour Wheel Drive TRACTOR Demonstration all this week at Glendvle Every rancher in the valley should see this remarkable demonstration. Ilon'tmiss it! WALSH & JUNKER Telephone, Glendale, 1 7 Glehdale days during the first year that Br.