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THE ARIZONA EEPUBUCAN, THURSDAY MORNING, 'APRIL 24, 1919
PAGE FIVE Don't Frget Last Dav. r juMf FimB snriiir Hum Today Is pie Sain The Millira nds TODAY .STREET HATS DRESS HATS SPORT EATS I0VENING' HATS WOMEN'S HATS GIRLS' HATS 115 North First Ave. i 1 I I Priced at Unusually Low Figures We do deaning, Blocking, Trimming and Remodeling: 7ashion Millinery Mrs. E. G. Rurup You'll regret it if you miss this sale of pre-Easter Millinery. A large . shipment of pretty hats, bought es pecially for the Easter trade, was delayed in shipment we are dis posing of' them in this sale at re markably low prices. Surely, you cannot afford to miss this opportunity! Come Today! MAYBE THE HOBBLE SKIRT IS TO BLAME FOR HER BEING LATE THIS YEAR . v.W'Jm ; V fWS5 usnne 1 1 w MOTOR CARS Beautiful in Design ThorougMy Modern Mechanically Right EVERY piece of ttoel in the New Stndebaker can u pre. scribed by Stadebaker experts and tested when received from the iteel mills to see that it is "op t specificatioiis." Yon cannot buy a car in which better steel is used, or where mora stringent precautions are taken te see thaerery finished part is perfect. 1 si ) J, J :';t BIRD MOTOR CO. Staaebaker Dlstrtbntors First Street and Van Bumi FftlRViSlTOBTOWED T MAN E AFTER VISIT. TO ARIZONA IMS After selecting a, site m this eJtr for the landing of the flying eireus which is scneaoiea to arnvs in Fhoentx May 9, Captain Appleby and Lieutenant Sturcheon, the two government avia tors who arrived In the city the first of the week In an army airplane and went to Prescott Tuesday, departed from that city yesterday afternoon at 8:16 o'clock, according to a telegram received here by the chamber of commerce. The army birdmen made a stoo at Kingman, it was stated, at which place they greeted the chairman of the Vic tory loan committee. They reached Coronado last evening, where it was announced they would remain nntfl morning, when they will continue their nisnt to Rockwell field. While at Prescott the armv aviators Inspected the target ranee, with a view of using it for a landing place for the airplanes. They reported that it would make one of the most practicable land ing grounds In the southwest, as three groups of planes, the size of the flying circus, could easily make a landing mere ana ail have sufficient space. mat a group of airplanes may be secured to visit this city from Rockwell field on the occasion of the celebration of the homecoming of the Arizona ser vice men, was the information received at the chamber of commerce yesterday. xso omciai lniormation. however, has been received to that effect, but if the state lair grounds are placed in the proper condition to make a safe landinr place for them, it is stated that In all probability Phoenix will be favored on that occasion with another visit from Uncle Sam s birdmen. YOUR BIGGEST. BEST WORK. STATE COMfl OFIODKILE Is done before tioen. breakfast eat two or three Shredded'Wlisat Biscuits with milk or cream and alittle fruit. It supplies all the strength-giving nutriment needed for ahalf days woxkat acost of afew cents.Their crisp and tasty goodness is a delightful relief from heavy; greasy meats 100 per cent,vhole wheat. ROY BAUER RETURNS Roy Bauer, for a number of years connected with the A. G. Smith Grocery company, has just returned from France. Bauer was with the 329th field artillery and had many Interesting and exciting ex periences with them. He Bays that Arizona looks like God's own cotmtry to him after his eight-months stay in France and Kngland. Roy has as sumed management of the retail de partment of the Marvin Smith Grocery company. It makes no difference what your wants may be you can have them sup plied by using and reading The Repub lican Classified Pages. TJse The Republican Classified Pag for results read foL profit. E1SI1H ELECT! Women from all parts of the state attended the annual convention of the Woodmen Circle, women's auxiliary to the Woodmen of the World, here last Monday and Tuesday to elect officers for the next two years and to dispose of the circle's routine business In Ari zona. In addition to the state dele gates, there were several visitors In at tendance at the convention, among tlem Miss Dora Alexander, national sv.preme clerk of the order, from Omaha, Nebr. Dally sessions were held during vhe convention, during which the deleerat.es were entertained by the Phoenix Wood. men Circle. Monday evening an en i tertainment, musical program and dance at K. P. hall, was given the con ; venticr. by the local Woodmen and auxiliary, and Tuesday night there ivas a banquet at the Rose Tree, after whicn the delegates were entertained at he Elks theater. When the convention came to a close the local ladies were highly complimented on the way they had en tertained the visiting delegates, who were hiffhly pleased. The following officers for the r-xt two years were elefted. Past grand guardian, Nora R. Ful ton, Phoenix; grand guardian. Etta Pereau, Douglas: grand advisor, Mattie B. Sweeney. Bisbee; grand ilerk, Lot tie Jones, Mesa; grand banker, Lizzie Await Clifton; grand chaplain, Susie Nafziger, Phoenix; grand attendant, Clara Miller, Morenci; grand assistant attendant, Ollle Wood, Ixjwell; grand inner sentinel, Cora M. Lane, Miami; wand outer sentinel, Mary M Hill, Globe. Thg following were chosen to be grand managers for the term: Catherine K. Kelly Hayden; Mary Proctor, Clifton; Emma Mason, Dong- las; Mrs. D. F. Dickinson, Tempe; Grace Collins, Globe. Mrs. Clara Pomeroy of Mesa and Mrs. raamie Fleming or ttlobe were chosen supreme representatives, with Myrtle Chambers of Phoenix and Mary ts. wainer or uouglas as alternates. o 13-' IS EAR OLD WARRAr-JT PAID W THE CITY A city warrant made out IS years ago and never collected was ordered paid by the city commission yesterday paid, but not with interest. The warrant was for $5, and had been buried through the years in a safety deposit box. Ac cording to City Clerk Thomas it was made out 13 years ago to John Hub bard by F. O. Wilson, city treasurer then. Although City Attorney Sloan de clared the warrant had beon outlawed by its long disappearance from life. Mayor Corpstein thought :t should he paid and the commission absented readily. It was decided, nowever, not to pay the interest, as even the rity might balk at paying compound inter est for 13 years on an unclaimed war rant. Miss Ann Kisselbnrg. who has made many friends during her few weeks' etay here from Chicago, and Fred Copeland, Denver automobile man, are to be married at 6 o'clock this after noon, according to an announcement made i7 the bride-elec yesterday. Only the relatives will be present at the simple wedding which will take place at the Trinity Pro-Cathedral, Dean Scarlett reading the service. The young people will pass their honey moon in Panama. They will return to this country on June 15 and take up their permanent residence in Denver. Hiss Kisselburg came here the first of the month to visit her brothers. Myron and David Kissclburg. She is an unusually attractive girl who has been extremely popular the short time she has been here. Mr. Copeland who has only just arrived in Phoenix, is assistant gensral manager of the Ca dillac agency in Denver. SPECIAL MEETING Purity Tempi No. 9 Pythian Sisters, will hold a special meeting at 2:30 o clock tomorrow at' ternoon. 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