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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23, 1918
PAGE THREE JL TFT? Clerk K ,- f' Vrr- them 3x mi TSaair mm itair f am if' QLY two days left and :t then you will be cx- "fHAT a maze of unique and different things there is in the Graves Indian Shop! Gathered from the reserva tions of the true native sons and from the art shops of the there is variety enough among from which to choose ap propriately for every one. The Christmas shopping realizes this for the House of a Thousand Gifts is the busiest spot in the city. special corps of clerks have been signed up for the holidays and even the increased staff is hardly adequate to handle the custom, especially in the afternoons. We would suggest a forenoon visit or perhaps the evening for the shop is open every night until Christmas. There you can be assured of securing some thing unobtainable back east Indian pottery, bead work, baskets, Navajo rugs and cushion tops woven by the In dians. Jewelry that is unusual and therefore the more desirable. 'changing greetings and i f Is with those who are near and dear to you. In those two days you will have to complete the shop ping tour that was late this year despite your wish to do your Christmas shop ping early. However, ev eryone, was tate in starting so that the shops have yet in stock some of their most attractive winter models. At Switzers we saw perfect dreams smart jersey dresses that are really necessary to the wardrobe, ox-, 'ellent for street wear and others suf ficiently smart to be termed afternoon frocks. Switzers specialize on blouses, too, and have a stunning collection with many distinguishing features. Evening towns, tailored suits, coats, and every thing shown particularly attractive. " YyKRK you helped a wee last .'0 gave you that we gathered t Goldwaters? Goodness we (did not begin to tell you how many, many things are there to please a woman's fancy. Xo matter the woman she loves lingerie the lovely, cowwebby hiffon and silk kind touched here and there with a rose, or bow of ribbon. Jersey and taffeta petticoats, georgette blouses, sweaters are other wanted gifts and the furs that have been assembled are wonderfully fetching. Furs have never been as popular as this year and sorely there has never been a smarter collection here than those being shown ;it Goldwaters. JOMETHIN'G that comes handy to O.N'T know who said it; don't know where we found it; just dug it up and unconsciously said out loud, "Bcrryhill's, by Gosh!" And this is how it read: "Far more seemly were it for thee to 'have thy study full of books than thy purse full of money." We know this, that many a time. most times, in fact. we'd rather have a good book in hand than a dollar, a six-course dinner or almost any old thing you can name. There's something worth while in every book. O, yes there is! T ITTLE boy and little girl, what would you rather have than anything in the World'.' A bank account of course. Money in the bank just like the grown ups funds you have saved in the nickle self registerijig bank which you placed on the mantel when given you by the Phoenix Savings Bank and Trust com pany. Start a savings account there for the young folk for Christmas. It will please them and will encourage them in the practice of thrift. T ET'S start the lit Lj tie spark o' love a'burning. Let's give some fresh proof of our interest by frag rant flowers by which affection, thought and smpathy can be so admirably ex pressed. It is a charming attention that one can extent to a dearly loved one or a mere acquaintance, but in either case the blossoms should be arranged with artistic .care, such as is alw-ays given by Charlie Morton at the Dono frio Fioial Department. rpURKEYS, ducks, geese, chickens! It has the sound of a holiday feast and yet it is just the usual this-time-of-the -year poultry to be found at the Cali fornia'Fish and Poultry company. Fish have is a fountain pen. Do not give-a.nd oysters shipped in daily trom the merely for the sake of giving, but con- coast. sider the remembnce and make it one desired. A fountain pen is something ! well worth having. Look at those at iff? up the Central Pharmacy. ,rPIS only a btrd in a cage but it will sing its song of cheer long after the Christmas season. It is to be found at the Arizona Seed and Floral company where poinsettia and holly w reaths tell the story of the approach ing holidays. The Christmas trees there are on stand, an improvement over the trees that overladen with glistening trinkets and gilts, sway and finally break. Cut flowers, cyclamen and terns are graceful expressions of greet ings, and will be delivered from thi shor on Christmas eve or morning as thef purchaser chooses mfcm TT behooves you to tecall that Christmas TT'S mighty conven- FT -1 ient to drop in the j. I Corner Drug Store and atter making the selection of a Christ mas gift discover that you can wrap, ad dress and mail right there. It's not that fact alone that makes the store desir able for holiday shopping it's the many pleasing gifts to be had theie. Perfumes delicate scents from France delicious candies, smart stationery, fountain pens and thermos bottles are in the list we made as we checked over our holiday register. fPHE spacious and speedy auto vans of the Chambers Transfer company can be relied upon. The Chambers peo ple pack, mark, move, hip and store in a way to suit the most exacting. Ser vice is unsurpassed and charges resan i able. only a few days away. X. Friedman has ; the most desirable of gifts wrist watches, gold and gold filled. Priced! at Jl and up. "POR Christmas and afterward is the practical way in which to look at the AT this holiday season more than at .-holiday, especially when it comes to gift any other time of the year, the i giving. To delight the family, and housewife is particular about her daily! every member of it. buy a car. An au menu. The Klwell Grocery carries the tomcbile with the reputation of a Chal- cry best of brands and in its stock of mers or if its to be a less expensive ranned goods you will find everything I mode! a Maxwell's the machine. R. mr the table. I D. Roper company is the place to look I 'em over. f.V DOUBT? Go then to the! . . a. A DD a fresh note of charm to the winter outfit with a smart hat always a distinguishing feat ure of any costume. The season begin ning later than ever this year there was really no call for the smart cha peau until now. The Hamon Millinery offers a remarkable collection of clever styles, distinctive and attractive as well. The shop 11-13 East.Adams op posite the Adams hotel, makes a spec ialty of remodeling. 'T'HE Kerr and Smalley .'moil; i. win fj(t n j i;i brating its first anniversary by inaugurating a strictly "one price to all" plan. In rpeaking of this arrange ment Mr. Kerr said, "There have been some dealers of the state who continually juggle the price of pianos and players and we are glad to say that we are the only "one price to all" music house in Arizona. A child can buy a piano or a player as cheap as his father at our store." Kerr and Smalley sell the Kim ball line of pianos, players and phonographs. rpHE most sensible gift you can give a car owner for Christmas is a Kelly-Springfield tire. The tire handled by the Saufley Rubber company will outlast any other. We have had count less people, who have had experience, tell us that a Kelly-Springfield tire will only begin to show signs of ear when another tire having been run an equal distance will be ready for the discard. So there's a practical, useful and desired gift for, you! Take the tip. 1 A MERICAN movement wrist watches and platinum jewelry deserve in spection at White and Wesley's. A T EVERY stage of life's game, in good times and bad, a banking connec-. tion is worth while. In peace, as well as in war, this holds true and if you have no account we advise you to open one without delay with the National Bank of Arizona. The selection of a bank is an important -decision. People of character like to be associated witn in stitutions of character and the known satisfactory method of banking em ployed by the National bank recom mends it as your bank. Pay your bills by check and start a course of eventual competency via this route. I ("CHOICE perfumes from the labora tories of the finest perfumers are among the many worth while gift sug gestions that the Adams pharmancy has to offer. If we mistake not she will be particularly well pleased with the frag rant extracts and toilet waters from Djer Kiss and Mavis. TIT ANY of our men are expected vC back from canton V ments and overseas before Christmas and naturally we want to give them the Christmas of their lives. Just be tween us they must be "shy" on civil ian clothes and those little accessories which if they would admit it mean as much to the man as fripperies to the woman. Neckwear is always an acceptable gift and the lads who have not worn cravats will welcome the smart ones we saw at Hanny's Silk hosiery and shirts of crepe texture, handkerchiefs there are dozens of suggestions to be found at Hanny's. OTOP and think and you will see the value of hand and firm massage! Had you given this attention before, you would have realized it quite as as sential as the facial massage, in which you have indulged at the DeMarvel Institute. MOST of the titles to lands in the Salt "Ri-i- Vallv rt-rey o-nftrl All nf tliT were good at the time the patent was issued by the United States, but as they are transferred from one owner to an other, they may become encumbered with mortgages, liens, suits and judg ments; possibly some one of the owners die and probate proceedings become necessary; at other times taxes te come delinquent; in some cases there are erroneous descriptions, or perhaps a husband or wife fails to poin in the deed; all or any of which matters may cloud or even invalidate the title, and many times the owner is not aware that such a flaw exists until he comes to sell or mortgage the property. Then, when he is in a hurry he finds that he is delayed while the lien is being satis fied or the flaw corrected. A few points as to titles are well to remember: 1. Never buy real estate without an ! abstract or a guaranteed title policy. You have the right to ask it and if the party selling to you does not furnish it, it will cost you what he shouIcL.have paid when you come to sell. 2. An abstract does not protect you. It only shows the condition of the title and most people have to pay an attor ney to examine the Abstract and give his opinion as to the title. 3. Anyone can issue an abstract, but it is only as good as the party issuing it is responsible. 4. A guaranteed title is one pre pared by a title company, examined by their attorneys and guaranteed by them. it protects you, saves you all worry and you have no attorney's fees to pay. 5. The State law, requires -a deposit of $30,000.00 to be placed with the State Treasurer before a company can issue Title Insurance. No bond being re quired in case of an abstract, it is easy, therefore, to see which is the safer. The Phoenix Ttitle and Trust com pany have every facility for handling escrows where property is being sold, morl gaged or traded, and can attend to drawing all papers and looking after the interests of all parties concerned. For several years they have been re writing their entire set of Abstract Books in loos leaf form and have great ly simplified the handling of all com plex titles, which is a great advantage in both speed and accuracy. The Phoe nix Title and Trust company is located in its own building at 130 West Adams street. It is the oldest, largest and best equipped Title company in Arizona. It issues both abstracts and guaranteed title policies. Popular Dry Goods Store w here you will find an excel lent assortment of bed room 'slippers, moccasins and Juliets which come in all colors. Plain and tor trimmed they range in price from $1.48 to $1.98. Georgette blouses for $4.39 and $5.79 and taffeta waists for older women at $3.98. TQ YOU realize that Christmas is just 1 around the corner? Shop then this week and be sure that your down town tour includes Bertram Brothers whose stock invites one to an "electrical Christinas." Lighten the housework for the year by the giving of an Eden Washing Machine, a Davis sewing machine is another val uable suggestion to say nothing of the I discriminating, perfect flock of electrical household 1 conveniences and devices which we might offer. Drop in Bertrams and wee for yourself. make it A CHARMING corner in which to choose your gifts is in the port folio department of the McNeil company. Clever things they are these portfolios of various grades of leather and fitted with just the needed things neither more nor less. The stationery, too, claimed our attention and we found a wide variety such as would please any fancy. The regulation letter size, in white and delicate tones, note paper and correspondence cards equally dis tinctive. The selection of stationery should be more than a matter of mo ment for in it one expresses their indi viduality? The McNeil company is cor rect and will meet the approval of the CIXCE Tribolet's Market has re opened all its old customers are :gain on its list of purchasers which signifies that they are pleased with the new re-rime. There's a reason, oi course. The Market also enjoys a trc miyidotis, wholesale business. WHAT is -:t,.-.,,t Christmas candy. It just isn't. The Central Pharmacy isn't over hooking this fact and has stocked up on Whit man's and Johnston's candy In clever De Luxe Holiday packages. A PERFECTLY cooked and served dinner is marred if the table linen is not immaculate. The Arizona Laun dry has mastered the art of laundering table damask which, when turned out by them, has not lost an iota of its sheen. The care exercised In linens for the dining room is also shown In every thing handled by this expert laundry, and best of all one need not be feaftul in submitting sheer washable fancies any more than the substantial houes hoid things. , , , TTAD you thousht of the f4 Collings 'Vehicle and ( IjM) Hardware company as a holi- la)" sllon' The mFn kh',v about it.-of course, and you women should, too, who ore looking for pen knives and scissors and things ,,r that calibre. Rifles, shot guns, and ,.ver so many wanted gifts such as vou had not thousht of arc there. ;THE gift ideal for the girl or j1 " woman is a smart sweater. At SSs McDougall and Cassou a they are W ahowinr thnse nf everv clever coloring knitted woolen ones that will be cuite in vogue now that the Country club season has opened. Yoti will note them on the links and on the tennis court distinctive models that bear the stamp of the shop's individuality. TT SOMETIMES seems very difficult to make the selection of a gift for father or mother, but as a gift that is highly appreciated, useful and enjoyed every day of the year what could be nicer than an oxford or library glass. The Munson Optical company w;ill fit the lcnsae after presentation. T MAKES a world of difference if one has his digestion. Ever stop to think what a very great deal digestion has to do with disposition and how we will need to have both in good order on Christmas? It follows if one would have the other, or the other have the one, they must look to their teeth. Wo recommend the sanitary system em? ploved by Dr. Morrison. . TyE KNOW of no more pleas ing gift to those who care for you and for whom you care than your photograph. Owing to the increased facilities in Heath's equipment he is better prepared than ever to handle a large amount of busi ness. It is not too late to sit for your Christmas picture which will have the distinguishing artistic finish for1 which Heath has gained an enviable reputa tion. A wide choice of mountings from which to select! pEORGB HAGEMAX declares that even if labor and material is high he is still doing a remarkable plumbing business. Stop and figure it out, he says and you will see that work can be done now as cheap as in a year from now. ' TJOW the time has 1A flown and In the remaining fev days I'll wager there are many of you who have purchases . pa - lore to make. i ou are tremendously in luck that the Bos ton Store has such a wonderful sl'ick having bought with the view of receiv ing specials just for the holiday trade lovely ready to wear frocks, and frills and furbelows and at reduced prices, too! There's a sacrifice sale of dresses now on and the sale really in't limited to frocks but covers, suits, coats, dainty blouses and captivating silk underwear. There are still fascinating Pohlson gifts to be had and Christmas is expressed in a thousand and one novelties as well as at the glove counter, the handkerchief department and that devoted to silk hosiery. Ivory in all wanted toilet accessories, perfumes, heads, purses are among other gif suggestions to be found at the Boston Store. VTOW that the ban on buildinrj has been lifted bungalows, smart town houses-, hotels and apartments will lit erally spring up over night. There is bound to be an immense amount of building here, the influx of strangers making it a necessity. In building, of course, one of the leading features is the finishings especially the bath room which should have the best sanitary arrangements possible. A tile floor with tiles to suit your particular fancy which could also be reflected in the wainscot ting which you will surely decide to have once, you have given it serious consideration. If you are not building this season you may wish to have your both room done over. In either case we suggest you see Vernon Clark who is established at 145 West Monroe street THE useful gift for the man or woman at home for use at home or abroad is a fit-all case. They are Immense ly convenient little things, holding, surprising number of everyday ar ticles. Look them over at the Central Pharmacy. IT IS hardly likely that the Phoenix Roofing company, T. J. Smith, man ager, would have roofed practically all the big buildings in the state if it did net have something extraordinary to offer. It has. It is the Johns-Manpville asbestos roofing. In addition to the larte structures, the Phoenix Roofing company has the contract for many homes using the Johns-Manville tran site asbestos shingles which are almost indestructible and lend themselves to any artistic style of architecture. THE Nelson Shoe company for the latest in fine shoes and hosiery. "REMEMBER this sensible gut aavice. Allow your inends to select their own gifts by presenting them with a Goldberg Merchandise or der. These orders are issued for any amount, are exchange able at any time by anyone for their full value. It is the prac tical and convenient way of doing your Christinas shop-nine-, hut its Trinrinal mprit lie-Tin the certainty of pleasing those who receive these orders. Goldberg's complete store for men and boys! J-IAVE you a friend Motorist? Of l course you have and surely you are not going to forget to remember him with something he now needs to make the car more comfortable and efficient. You will find just what you are look ing for at the Western Auto Supply Agency the house of quality and ser vice, at a saving. COMBINING all that is best in all into one the World Phonograph results. If it is to be a phonograph for Christmas and that is the best idea yet make it a World which you will find at the Rede- will Music company. It plays all talking machine records perfectly, reproduces the human voice, violin and all other instruments so distinctly that the very personality of the artist is revealed. THE retail markets of the Phoenix Wholesale and Meat company render admirable service to the public. It is not only service that stamps the shops j superior but quality of meats which is summed up in a word the best. The seven local markets owned and operat ed by the company ar Union Market. Valley Market, Hackett Market. Hurley Market, New Market, and Porrage Pot Market. "NJO meaningless fripperies but useful necessary ar ticles are to be found at the New State Electric Supply and Fixture company. There they have the many modern labor saving devices that have revolutionized the home appliances that accomplish tasks easily when done electrically. For the more artistic but none the less essen tial gift we discovered very attractive stand lamps of many different designs, really handsome ones and others quite simple but never-the-less effective. The shades, too, come in great variety and have been well chosen by the company's buyer. TVTERRY Christmas indeed if the fam- ily should find an Overland car for Its gift. The Overland Arizona company has a complete line of cars ranging in price from $1,000 to $5,000 meeting, you see, the purse of practically every car buyer. The Overland is the only com pany that makes an exclusive car for women and in its Country Club has been incorporated those thousand and one little comforts that appeal to wo men and afford them the greatest mo toring convenience. The car is handled easily and gives her a confidence that soon makes her a driver, par excellence. Then, too. the accesories please her, the electric heater with which the car is equipped, the vanity cases and, yes. the cigarette case and lighter. It certainly; is a favorite car with women and it is a car that gives satisfaction to her after she has owned it which is a sure test. A UTOMOBILES and farm trucks for! your cotton, maize, hay or other farm products, says McArthur Brothers so ifvou need an automobile or farm truck and can't sell your cotton, why not trade? The "car for cotton" sale Is now going on. ' A PERSONAL gift "-is not often per missahle, and yet there are just scores folk we wish to re- member - on Christ mas, especially this which should be the very happiest of all Christmaaes. Never, perhaps, has the human heart had so much for which to be happy and never has it realized how dear friends are, and how precious are the little expressions of love which people are wont to exchange at holiday time. Just a small attention a box of candy will show your thought. Dono frio's delicious camel backs or if you prefer the novel even in candy you can get it there, too, in Arizona's most unique product Cactus candy. ' ("'HRISTMAS is not many days away and each day can give but a few fleeting hours to shopping. The tomor rows as they approach nearer and near er to the holiday wil make it more and more dificult for you to make selections carefully and with proper deliberation -go then now while the stock has not been depleted and see Hege and com pany's platinum jewelry. Xow that the war is over the man and woman of taste can agin indulge in platinum for after all it has no substitute. A dia mond set in platinum will be one of those beautiful and lasting gifts that go with us through life. A ring, a brooch, a lavalliere a wrist watch, a scarf pin and anything you might select will have the fine workmanship for which the Hege jewels are noted. If the mount ings do not meet with your fancy have an original design made to your liking. You can not fail to be pleased with the gift and you will be surprised to find how reasonably it is priced. QUART, goodlook ing footwear takes a paramount place on the list of sugges tions. At the H. A. Diehl Shoe company the newest in boots, pumps and oxfords tempts those w h o realize the value of a gift. Quality and style are distin guishing features of the Diehl shoes. e H. PRICE, auctioneer, whose tele phone is 3093, says "My experience of the dairy cow, and years of experience, makes me able to give expert service, I can cash your notes." e "HITH the holiday season bringing the home thought to your mind you will wonder if you have properly protected the home for your little fam ily. If you have not had it insured you have not done the right thing by those who depend upon you and should at tend to it at once. The Arizona Fire Insurance company is a home concern conducted by local people of proven efficiency. In addition to the fact that every patriotic citizen likes to see money kept at home, he realizes it is for his own best interests to insure with this company because of its quick adjustments. The increase of business demonstrates the satisfaction that the company has given here taka for in stance cotton. In a short time the insurance company tripled its policies on cotton then quadrupled its business and it's safe to wager it has written up ten times the amount of cotton it did a year ago. A policy may be obtained through any agents in Phoenix. "CK)R the last moment gift for her whether she is mother, sister or sweet heart there's a little corner of Korrick's that wc are going to tell you about. It is on the second floor and it's a small shop in itself a shop of the most marvel - ously conceived lingerie one could fancy. Lady Duff Gordon has created these fairy-like garments of delicate toned chiffon and crepe. Ex quisite crepe de chine nightgowns touched with a bit of hand embroidery, a tiny rose bud or a differently tied bow, or perhaps a lace trimmed gown more to your liking. There are perfect ly fascinating negligees, dainty and dis tinctive and variously appropriate for use in the boudoir or at the breakfast table. The Nazi mova combinations and camcsoles are among the interesting items assembled in this department of Korricks where are the lovely gifts to wear that are almost as ethereal as a summer cloud. Charming confections all and the things every woman loves. V CTORY CO IT I0BE1SE1D AT ELKS TQMT:;: MACK GARDXER returns one hun dred per cent less purchase price on all diamonds. pLAY safe. You are to satisfy him with your gift to him regardless of the fact that something else might be more to your own taste. You might wish to give him a little novelty that nintety-nine times out of a hun dred he wouldn't know what to do with while he knows all about cigars. Get all over the idea of an original gift and please him with a box of smokes from Baswitz. When he blows the rings around he ll have you in mind and a heap more pleasantly than if he had to figure you "just what in Sam Hill is this thing she's given me." Of course he likes cigars, nearly every man does and if you don't know the brand Mr. Baswitz will help you in the selection. He knows a cigar when he sees it and he's got the goods. You have only to day and tomorrow in which to complete your shopping so drop in and order your cigars or do it over the telephone. You are going to be glad when you see his joy in his after dinner smoke. The Baswitz Cigar Store is on Washington street, between Central avenue and First street. TF YOU have the all year round idea of Christmas which is the only true conception buy accordingly. One ot the very best purchases we know is a Dangler stove durable, convenient and sanitary. It is a gift that will bring for which the recipient will be grateful long ofter the holiday has passed and will thank her lucky stars that some thing sensible has substituted the us ual useless fripperies. She will be de lighted with the stove for its economy and ease in operation which reduces the labor of cooking to a minimum. The Palace Hardware and Arms company will be glad to demonstrate the Dan;ler for you. ' ' P IVE the Electri- v-' cal Gift" has be come the slogan of the Pacific Gas and Electric company and ,-ou realize the worth 3f the suggestion when you visit the showrooms and see the labor saving appliances. Percolators, chafing dishes, ' grills, samovars, toasters, egg cookers, don't begin to tell the number of useful gifts a woman appreciates. Or if you prefer the still more practical there's the vacuum cleaner, irons, sew ing machine motors and heating pads. Don't go in for useless extravagance Community Chorus singers will to night present their "Victory" concei t in honor of victory in battle and par ticularly in honor of the return of the , American grand fleet to a home port, the fleet arriving in New York today if on scheduled time. The concert is ' to be at the Elks' theater and the advance sale of reserve seats continues this morning at 10 o'clock at the Cen- " tral Pharmacy, where a committee is in charge of the sale. When the sale closed Saturday evening there was " every indication that the house will be sold out before the curtain rises tonight but there are still some ex cellent seats to be obtained in all parts, of the house. Several surprises are planned for this evening. It would not be fair to even give a hint at what is in store for the audience as the surprise ele ment will make the interpolated fea tures all the more interesting. Special effort has been expended on the stage settings. The second part will be particularly novel in its setting, the scene being in an American hos pital back of the French lines. The sale of general admission seats will take place at the box office of the Elks' theater. Each general admission costs 25 cents and with it is given one Thrift Stamp worth exactly the price paid. The reserve seats cost but 50 cents and each purchase brings two Thrift Stamps. MISSOURI REQUIRES SHOWING BUT PBOOF LOCAL YOUTH MAKES ENVIABLE MARK AS RIFLE INSTRUCTOR TUST in the nick of time Babbitt " Brothers has received carloads of j this year demonstrate the fact that i:ns uuicKB. ine arrival or nine cars i you have learned the lesson of thrift. 1 .. . 1 - 1 l. ,,nr.lAv,A-.n A K,. many more, the new Buicks being now on display at the showroom located at 131 North Central avenue as well as in display headquarters at 313 North Cen tral avenue. M. L. Burkhead of the company is enthusiastic over the new models with their marked improve ments over those of a year ago. He is always delighted to demonstrate a Euick 11 you have to do is telephone him. The number is 4'99. AX ORDER for 450, 000 one-pound tins of Lowney's overseas packages was doubt .'rss the largest single rder ever placed for iiocolate bonbons. It at her ' signifies the popuarity of the Low ney brand, don't, you think? The Busy Drug Store is featuring Lowneyand Chocolate Shop candies this year and after ail there is nothing that quite takes the place of sweets as a grace ful little attention. The Busy Drug Store has really a splendid assortment and will deliver Christmas eve or on the holiday as you choose. PAX you fancy being able to get ev- erything in the world that is good to eat all of one brand and the very best? Goldman and Company, wholesalers, have everything Libbey makes and that is saying something. This establish ment is flooding the local market with the soups, relishes, meats, vegetables, mince meat and fruits all -of-the Lib bey brand. If you once serve the Lib bey gocds you will find poor satisfac tion in any other canned brand. If you are not familiar with what Libbey packs we suggest you make a few Im mediate purchases at your grocers. , TTYDERS typifies Christmas! Xi-The name conjures up ev y wanted gift for the man nd the impression remains t'ter you enter the shop. In act when you see the rich id rare merchandise on lay you realize that you e not done it lull justice our memory. Take the silk lounging robes for instance the smart and comfy smoking jackets, the silk shirts and the clever silk hose. Hyder has been told time and again that his stock of neckwear "knocks 'em dead." H II ;n v . 1 1- NOW a list of suggestions we gath ered at Talbot and Hubbards, the one place we found where we could complete our shopping buying for ev ery member of the family. For mother there's the carving set, a needed scis sor, percolators and attractive casse roles, while for father a rifle or pocket knife which might also answer for the son and heir although he might be young enough to prefer roller skates. The daughter ot the house we know would be delighted with a manicure set and each and every Item you will find rightly priced. Something that will be a gift for the year and years to come and that's a kodak. Snap a picture of someone for whom you care take a picture of a scene you may some day wish to recall it's a gift desirable while at home and even more so on your travels. They have the kind you will fancy at the Central Pharmacy and therethey finish them too and make clever enlarge ments. ' , ... T'HE home. That is ones -1- life or the greatest and best part of it and it'should be just as attractive as one can make it. Charming surroundings have a very real influence m 'Iy tho trr-tirn nf Virtlifliav flffK we can think of nothing Jhat would be more welcome than artistic home furniture. We saw a dream of a breakfast set ivory upholstered in blue tapestry a really lovly thing in workmanship and design. Then we noted a William and Mary dining room set of walnut with hard wood finish. There was the handsome dining table, the smart chairs with cane backs and dull blue leather, the clever serving table, a distinctive looking buffet and roomy china closet. The beautiful se lections coming from Dorris-Hymari Furniture company are sure to please. TJERE'S the Phoenix Bakery with Its -assortment of breads, rolls, cakes and pies to help out the housewife during her busy shopping season. Many an hour is saved for holiday preparation by the suspension of home baking and substituting from the down town shop that really is an improvement over the home variety. The rhoenix Bakery certalnly has mastered its art as all must agree who have been patrons there these many years.. Order your fruit cake,- which you will find to con tain all the best ingredients for Christ mas delivery- Lieutenant William Work, son of William Work of this city has made an enviable record since he entered the military service last July. He went from Phoenix to the Presidio, San Francisco, and -was i soon thereafter sent to Camp Perry, Ohio, for in struction in musketry. Though he had given little attention to rifle practice, he quickly became proficient and out of 400 candidates in that famous rifle training camp, he stood tenth. He was given a commission and sent to Roswell, New Mexico, as instructor. The Roswell News, describing his work there recently said: "Yesterday at the conclusion of the regular Sunday afternoon battalion parade, New Mexico Military Institute, Lieutenant Work, U. S. A., Instructor of rifle firing presented a number of medals to cadets who held top scores. During the first half of the session a great deal of work has been done on the rifle range. Lieutenant Work has devoted his entire time to this branch of the. military service at the school." Following a description cf the dis tribution ofT;he medals, the News con tinues: "The work on the rifle range has been most excellent and to Lieu tenant Work of the regular army, who has conducted this practice, is due great credit. He is considered by the Institute authorities a most efficient young officer and one who takes hold of his work with a determination to succeed." : Lieutenant Work is not yet twenty- years cf age. He was graduated from the Phoenix High School in the class of 1916. The war interrupted the career he had marked out for himself but now that it is over he will resume it. He is awaiting his discharge when he wil return to Phoenix and then en ter Occidental College, Los Angeles, in the second semester. . o URGES ANGLO-SAXON PACT IS AVAILABLE HERE The states of Arizona and Missouri are ably contrasted , and Missouri comes out second best, in a letter re cently received from Miss Ruth Yates, a graduate of the Phoenix High School and the Tempe Normal school, who is now teaching school at Sedalia, Mo. Miss Y'ates compares the two states i.i this form: "Phoenix versus Sedalia: "Arizona versus Missouri. "First Arizona has woman suffrage. Missouri has not. "Second Arizona is dry. Missouri believes in local option. Sedalia is wet. "Third Arizona has labor laws which protect her women and children men too. Missouri has a few those are typical of the medieval state. "Fourth Arizona has an educational system, schools of which she can boast and pays her teachers a decent wage. Missouri schools are a disgrace to the United States. Her teachers are un derpaid. Bryan said to a Sedalia audi ence, 'Missouri is a black spot on th'; map.' He said a mouthful! He re- -ferred to the matter of education and booze. "Fifth Arizona is new, aspirins, progressive. Missouri is old. tho town of Sedalia is old. the houses are old fashioned and inconvenient. The ideas and ideals are so old they are stale, and worse, ' the people seem to be satisfied nothing remains to be done: . they sit down and fold their hands and thank the Lord for Sedalia. Just one glimpse of a desert state ought to . bring them to their senses. It may be, how-ever, that they are so steeped in it all that it would be hard to tear : loose. "Sixth The high school here con sists of one building and a coal house. The rooms are heated by coal stoves some pupils- freezing and some burn ing up. Grammar schools are the same. And with it all they think 'We are the state those people out west, away out in Arizona, are a rough and uncultured bunch." Why, a man ac tually said to me here: 'They don't have much law out there I guess.'" And one respectable person 'guessed that motion pictures hadn't got that far west yet!" Wll, if they didn't get set straight with the world it wasn't. me! It makes me so 'mad the way these people think of Arizona. If they could see Prescott, for instance; if they could see the desert, yes, even that with the giant cacti daring us to approach; if they could once feel the freedom from the Restraint of con ventionalities which the great outdoor west gives; if they could do this, I say, they, never, never would live in this state not as long as Arizona was on the map." The letter concludes with a post script by Joe l'ates. a former papM boy on the delivery staff of the Arizona Republican, as follows: "Why, Arizona even has the power to make men out of Missourians', "Missouri makes nothing out of something, but. Arizona could make something out of nothing. "They tell me that Santa Fe Is the oldest tow:n in the United States; but you can't fool me after livjng in Se dalia. As for me, I never got much out of arithmetic in school, but I did learn ratio and proportion, and I know that Arizona is to Missouri, as a thousand dollars is to a pinch of snuff." o CHICAGO, Dec. 22. Advocating an Anglo-Saxon federation, as the basis of future peace, or an Anglo-Latin W"orld, if possible, Darwin F. Kingsley, presi dent of the New Y'ork Life Insurance company, at a banquet of the Chiryo Eankcrs club, declared national sov ereignty is the "fundamental fault" in the world, which would make useless a league of tions. He said the old sea power rivalry be tween Germany and Great Britain is "apparently about to be transferred to the British empire and the United States. Could anything be more stupid not to sav criminal?" "If Great Britain and 'he United States were federated," he continued, "the questions that lie on the seas would disappear as between them and would substantially disappear from th? world, because that federation would easily be the dominact power in the world." SHOOTS WIFE; KILLS SELF DAVENPORT. Iowa, Dec. 22. After being absent from his home here for three weeks, John A. Klinger, foreman for the Tri-City Button company; re turned tonight and after a quarrel with his wife, shot and probably fatally wounded her. and then committed sui cide by sending a bullet through his brain. ARIZONA BOYS II BELGIAN CROSSES Three Arizona boys, all officers in the American Expeditionary Force, were recently decorated with the Bel gian war cross for gallantry at the battle of Audenarde.. They were Lien tenant Marshall Brockway, son of Dr. and Mrs. G. 11. Brockway of this city: Captain Paul Ferrer of Tucson and Lieutenant Lewis Douglas of Dougla. Along with the crosses the soldiers were asked to accept the gratitude of. Belgium. The crosses were conferred hy the Belgian general, who was attended hy his staff. The impressive ceremonies took place on the banks of a beautiful lake in the grounds of the Chateau de Loi'ie. MAJOR BIDDLE RETURNS PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 22. Major C. J. Biddle of this city, one of the famous American aces in service in France, ar rived here tonight, surprising his rela tives by reaching home without pre vious announcement He was accom panied from Franco by Lieutenant t-'olonel William Thaw, Pittsburg h. Captain Edgnr E. Tobin. San Antonio. Texas, and Captain Ray C. Eridgnian. Lake Forest. 111. Major Biddle declined to taik tonight of his experiences in France.