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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, T1IUKSDAY MOHX1NU, FEBRUARY 20, 1919.
PAGE SEVEN DINNER MARKS END OF GREAT YEAR FOR THE M. AND M. ASS'N ciush litem Friday evening, as it will he almost impossible to do so Saturday. SMALL PACKERS PLAN El BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE MERCHANTS' AND MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION atl II. Anderson David .Joldhcrr hai lrs A. Staul'IVr E. C. Carter I'.C. M.-Nal.h II. D. McVev .John I'. Darker F. II. Ensign I. d. Ilallnran John O'Malley Uusxll Freemaii ' Y. L. Pinnov Donald Dil!ilar Y. II. Thomson II. W. Asl.ury c. II. Pratt II. A. hit hi Peter Ryan '. D. Don-is ' Walter Switzer i:. Sfults W. S. Heflin '. II. Akers E. P. Conway T BIGEXl iFdlFRlWRTn ir STOP BMG MATCH I .n.i T i '.III. ... ri riilm successfully completed ye:ir ii. I last nk-ht for tin- Mer d Manufacturers' Aoeia . .iiii.l the on:.ii:i:,itiM hin- . r an. more vulual'lo - of I'hoenix than im.i'Iv sixty momiiets ..fain, representing praoti:ill I r if :i.i! business in I'hoenix l in the association's office i . tl'" Null l.inldini; for the un i fn.T and election Of officers. l'.icr List tllht was. to use oi.n of a liadm? member of -' . no:. it i-'Ti, "li'i;hly enthusiastic." i. i :ih -. man present plainly I lu pride in heloiminir to it. i work rt lias accomplished !..! .l ist completed. And the 11. in. hi was unanimous to make ar i : -t opening a. Liesrer und i ' M ar than even the last. ' irma lit i.'s of the dinner were I L I". II. Ensiirn. the retirins Hi. who introduced diaries Mo - !i.. mii; When Yon Come i .l You Will Come Hark." ii. s i hristy. secretary of the us ' ii. then read the president's "a the ears ork. and II. A. tin organization's able treasurer i s i ii.iu. lal report for the year, twcntv-fmtr memhrrs of the 'lid nf governors, for the Near y'nniri;. wore then elected. The rn. treasurer and secretary of i " i.i r ion. vi jih the executive ' ' 1 '. for the next year will he elected by the board at its first meet- ! in? next Tuesday night. ..,. 'Ihinus of interest to our Asso- , , ' iation." was the first speech on the i , program, liy rharles H. I'ratt. Mr. I to 1l:e I'ratt. in a very abb' talk, stioke of the! ever I various ;i !i itu s in tip- city in whlcn j of the the association is and should bo In-I terested. and was heartily received. Harry Inehl. president of the Arizona Merchants' association then gave a very interesting address on that, or ganization and its work and aims. A hearty appreciation of the Mer chants' and Manufacturers' associa tion's work was voiced by Walter Switzer. who spoke on the sood the association has done for the mer chants of I'hoenix. The association then took up the principal work of the evening that of deciding upon the semi-closing of the 1919 season during the summer. Af ter a general discussion it was de cided that the business interests and funis represented would close on T'nursdajs or Saturdays, according to the line of business. The scmi-rlos-ing of the season will begin the first Thursdav after June 1j, and will nd the Thursday nearest to September 1".. ' after which the business houses Willi again be open at their regular hours. Incidentally, as practically all th i stores and banks of I'hoenix will be : closed next Saturday in honor of' Washington's birthday, it wa,s advised that emp lov es w ho receive weekly time checks be sure they receive them and! CHIf'AOo. Tob. 19. A tentative skeleton of an export corporation com posed of meat packers was formed here today, at a meeting at which 40 firms troin all over the country were repre sented by about 70 delegates. Packers known as the "big- five" are not in cluded. Twenty-five firms pledged Jr.,000 each,, if needed, to start the corpora 1io nunder provisions of the Webb l'omerene law. t was expected a pro gram would be mapped out tomorrow. I". S. Snyder, of Boston, chief of the meat division of the food administra tion, called the meeting and explained that a.s the meat division would soon cease to allot foieign orders, the pack ers might find it advisable to organize to ictain some ot the foreign trade which came to them during the war. It is remark that allocation of or ders probably would cease soon was reflected in the provisions pit on the board of trade, where hog products I registered declines of 15 to 73 cents. It i had also a bearish effect on corn. I Mr. Snyder asked the advice of the j meeting as lo whether the meat divi ! siori should continue during March, to j btabilize the price of hogs, and this was given unanimous approval when he gave the opinion that if the $ 1 7.50 guarantee for hogs were withdrawn, the price would adx'ance. tie explained that the future course of the market depended largely on such governmental actions as might be taken in Kurope I with regard to the stabilizing of prices ami regulating supplies. ; James Agar, a Chicago packer, re marked that small packers would be in ! a bud way. unless allotments by the j lood administration continued for at ! least another month. ST. IOL'IS. llo., Keh. 19. That an injunction may be asked for tomorrow to stop the Willard-Dempsey world's heavyweight championship match, unless the contractural interests of John R. Ileisler of New York and Tulsa, Okla-, in Jack Iiempsey are roc organized was the statement of A. M. Frumbers, an attorney representing Ileisler. in a statement to the I'ost Dispatch today. Krumberg said that Reislcr was tak ing steps to protect his interests and that New Y'ork attorneys were now preparing the necessary legal papers. TCLSA, Okla., Feb. 19.--"I am not ready to show my hand," said John Ileisler, former manager of Jack Ilcmp sey here tonight, when shown the As sociated I'ress dispatch from St. Loins, stating an injunction against the Dempsey-Willard match was con templated. "However, you can say for me that Dempsoy will never meet Wil lard until he has paid me the $3ti.o0u he owes me under our contract, has settled my suit for Jli.m.OOO for breach of contract, and 1 hav e been taken care of in the division of the spoils ot the Dempsey-Willard fight." FIREMEN'S BULL, TO BE HELD FRIDAY. 13 From Coast to Coast, From the Great Lakes to the Gulf, Stetson Quality and Prices Are a Unit. UitWi,iiiiji,..iii.i.i..ii.i.i in in!r-w!?rtragjg 1 1 itk r w "STETSONIAN" J q ff Featured as the leading style for fllll spring season w ALL PREPARED FOR El ELKS THEATER SEA T SALE BEGINS TODAY lAYLESS BARGAINS Thursday and Friday SPUDS l'";iih-y I'lnirstal't' Spuds, 1'CI- llUllil'('tl I'.ni--y J-'Iiiirstjifi" Spuds, !T pounds for BUTTER MiMlrtor l'.utter, l'incst made, m t pound I'.wp-v I'ink l'.tans, per Luidml I';:: h-y I "ink Keans, i 1 pounds for .! tit di mina I'aii'-akc Flour, i.i'i1 pa-kau'' A l Mr.ii c Tuna Fish, i-ciiiar pHir . . . . 0:;r Sprrj.il, :"! cans I'm- No. lo White Star ( 'orn Syrup, lar'f size can No.:, w ootlcil I!o ( 'lackers Armour's Toasted Torn Flakes, '2 for Lar.";e Avondale Oats, per package I !ol White St til p, 10 hars fr Hob "N V Into Soap, per box 100 bars , $2.90 50c 55c S8.50 SI. 00 15c 15c 25c $1.00 85c 25c 35c 55c $5.40 Poultrymen and Ranchers Send Us Your Fresh Eggs Highest Cash Price Paid We Make a Specialty of Mail Orders Send us a list of what you want and we will mail you our lowest priees. Satisfaction guaranteed on everything we sell or money refunded. Bayless Grocery Co. Phones 3591, 3545. Washington St! and 1st. The advance seat sale for the open imr show of the stock season at the Klks thoatrr will brfrin today, with stock prices prevailing. This was of ficially announced last Tiiaht, and is the last step in making final prepara tions to (rive I'hoenicians a stock com pany while the season still nermils The stock eompnnv this vear is the I chn.n T'cl S, redly Lawrenei from San I'nlock .the old cedar chest, fellow townspeaple, and ;et out your jrlad ruKS for the Firemen's hall! For one nisht out of the year the ; members of I'hoenix Fire Department I forget the burning questions of the hour and bend their thoughts to revelry. ' Friday. February -I, has been selected ; to be the lucky day of the year, l're- viously Washington's birthday has been the occasion of the Firemen's ball, hut Ihis year the date has been 1 changed. The glad event will take place in i Arcadia hall, with the l'.esse orchestra i present to furnish sounds of harmony land rythym. For this oreat occasion I the hall w ill be elaborately decorated. : A special officer will be on hand 1o 'guard the motor cars of the dangers j against molestation. The following committees have been to make all arrangements, for Prices Start at $7.00 Most men have learned that there is no n-onipromise about a hat. Either it's a line hat or it is not. You are satisfied or you are not satisfied. The new ''Stetsoniau" meets every demand of the well-groomed, intelli gent buyer. And is shown in every leading store in America. Men who have yielded to the low price temptation in buying a hat have discovered that it does not pay. We believe the price of a hat is the service it gives. The value of a hat can be guagod only lv the quality and workmanship that 1TV go into it. MARK. Each STETSON' hat is signed with the STETSOX QUAL- company, coming di-l the bic affair: Francisco. The stock I Executive commit tee Chief YV. season wilt been Mondav nieht. with "Kathleen of Kildare'" as the premier offering. D. BUILDERS DO NOT AGREE WAKlirNCTO.V. Feb. IS. Repre sentatives of the liuildinp Trade Em ployers' association and of the Huild ' o" Trades union failed to reach an agreement for settlement of the threat ened nation-wide strike at conference here today and tonight, with officials of the war and labor departments An other conference will he held in New York within a few ddys and it it is unfruitful, a third meeting will take place in Washington next Vnday. Knnald Taylor, president of the Em ployers' association said the associa tion would not arbitrate unless the men returned to work". because in striking without resorting to arbitra tion, as provided for, they had violated their contracts. William I,. Hutchison, president of the I'nited l.rotherhood of Carneniers I and Joiners of America, said the men not only would not go back to work, but that others in all parts of the country would be called out, unless the demands of the workers were met. A statement issued at the war de partment today, after the conference had adjourned, said: "The controversy between the employers and the work ers was thoroughly discussed and an other meeting will be held in New York, and if the controvers-- is not set tled, another meeting with representa tives of the government will be held in Washington February 2. ". Simmons. Tod McDonald, D. 1,. .Mer cer. A. II. Drlsradc. 1". 1,. Franklin and George o. Krishois. Floor committee Cliff Maddox, D. V.. Graves, Frank Wood, Frank Coch ran, C. E. Wilson and Shirley Kaldcr son. Reception V. A. Thompson, 1:. K. Marks. C. M. Cisnev. Vernon Clark. J. 11. Kinney, J. 11. Norton and .1. D. Duncan. Refreshments J. E. Erhanlt. S. E. Price, Ed Huppert and W. R. Albright. Publicity .1. (',. Simpson; floor man ager, Cliff Maddox. Stetson Hat Headquarters The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes st Id HUNS HAVE HUNGER STONE DIES IN GERMAN CAMP WASHINGTON'. I-Yb. i!). -Information regarding Americans b.t l.l as pris oners of war in ( iermany was made public tonight showing: Died in German prison tamps: Ernest A. Dove. Present t, Ariz. A fv weeks ago the newspapers re porten that there was great depression in Saxonv and I'.ohemia because the famous "hunger stone" of the Elbe, ii.ar the town of Tet-ihen, had come ini'i iew This rock is usually cov ered by tiie river: it appears only when in time ,,f drought the water has tall- n tar below its usual level, and it is a tradition in that part of Germany that its appearance means that a time of famine and suffering is at hand. Carved on I ho stone is the sentence: "Wenn du mieb siehst r'ann weine" ("When you see me you hall weep" i ; and there are a number of marks lo show the point to which the river fell in various years of drought. The earliest and one of the lowest records is that of lfil ti. other years are 174K. 1 7!.i, 1S0O. 1S42, Companion. 1868 and 1900. Youth's' The graduate nurses of Maricopa county will hold a meeting; at Nurses Home, Polk street, Saturday, Feb. 2Dd '1: ::n p. ni. Full attendance requested business of importance, pertaining to, state registration. ; ROSE DARCT. Seer. Adv. dd t'so The Republican Classified Pages for Results Read for Profit. WOMAN SAYS DON'T . LOSE FEMININITY -ZZDCVVXZ - A win A' f lAIv 1 Wi n n r vi r In s ft ..m " 4 HARRY CRESSWELL Washington Street GARAGE Washington Street and Eighth Avenue' j Full line of FEDERAL TIRES AND TUBES Accessories and Repairs i Everything for the Ford ' Mrs. Nellie L. Pennington. 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