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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MOKN1NU, JULY 30, 1919 "
PAGE THREE, Today Another Day of Sensational Value At The 'COMING! I The Total Eclipse of the Blonde! w " V 'VW m. t. A. Statt cpsc.al NEW YORK. July JT.-Tiie l.Iondes are doomed as a result of the world war! They will be rvallm?l up racially by the bruneitcs. Real blond") Arrcricsnj are be aming fewer: American women ire tending to a neutral type with irown rpther than golden h.V.r and Jrcwn eyes initcad o' blue. Th foreshadows the triump'i of U- still darker trunetie type in America, whe'e ths old stra:ns of northern European blood are be ing swallowed by the, 1st-. im- j migration io th. country. Soon ' a blonde beauty will he m exeep- I tion and "American beauty" will mean the Spanish, French or Ital ian type. : Kiirh is the prediction, oxrrp.s'-etl It I scientific lanffitn;, cf four -, of M-i'li- j fn Cirant. triiiee cf tV American ! M'Wim of Xrtnrnl Hi. cry nn-l Coun- i cilor of the Amriran r.eosvntih'enl j society, who lias ma.le a sfjily f (he ! effect of the war. supcrimi'OFe'l on 1 centuries of slow .ro:rrcsr'cn on ih- ! part of the brunettes. i:i h': bool;. "The 1'asslrig of tile Creal R:i'-e." publisl.c.1 by Scribner's. I The world war, he savs. lias mnrle ' matters worse for the blond" becaus it is the blonde Nordic element in all peoples that invariably makes th- i Rreatest sacrifices in war. while tli " lesdenersetic brunette clrmcnt surp.-s I tm each world-trucr-,-o stronger in j numbers than before. ! I'p to the miclde of the ni:i"'eerth j century thr native American. J. tirant points out. was the almost purely I Nordic. The Civil war destroyed a I lartre part of the breeding stock of the blonde races, and tiie immit;ratio. I ince then has been 'largely from the ' Mediterranean basin and the Palknns. ! Mr. Grant believes that the ds struetion of life of the blondes in the present war hm been r.s im- wtt: f 6 "Si,.5 J is The shadow of raven locks and shad owy eyes falls across the pink and gold beauty of the blonde! Science proves the dark type of beauty i slowly eclipsing fair maids of north ern blood a tragedy much hastened by the war. Olive Thomas, film star, is a typical blonde beauty of the vanishing type, and Elaine Hammerstein, also a tilm star, is a brunette beauty whose like will prevail in the future. njensely greater than that of the brunettes, that a great step has been taken in wiping out the blonde type. "The world var . will leave Europe much poorer in Nordic blood," he says. . "V ' "... v- I II I He points out how the blonde race has been absorbed by the brunette all over the world and cites the Ayran conquerors of northern Incfia, who im posed their language and customs on the natives, but were swallowed up in ' the darker stream of blood. He thinks that the same thing will happen in the United States and that the only hope of a relatively pure type of blonde community is in northwest Canada, which because of its climate, is suitable for the blonde types and unsuitable for the brunettes. , NEVER MIND THE SHOES EMPTY HONORS URel ! That Englishman who complains nisrharRed Lieutenant rather. 1 j that he was not given knighthood as a ran't wear the jdioes I did before join-i re-v::.rd for his invention cf anti-suo-ing the army, ! marine smoke boxes b:y.s rather more Father Just so the same old haf ; weight on 1 he empty honors of nobii fits you. my son! itv than most of his compatriots. YOUR AUTO A. B. C. By OTTO KRANK Remember Before you start on your vacation to get your auto fully equipped HAS YOUR CAR THESE ARTICLES? . You can't be safe without them Jack Extra Spark Plug Pump Extra Tire (Goodyear) Extra Tube (Goodyear) Box Valves Tire Boot Tube Patching Material or Small Tube Vulcanizer Air Gauge Pair of Pliers Screwdriver Hammer Adjustable Wrench Weed Skid Chains Chain and Lock for Spare Tire Tow Rope Canteen Shovel Saving Brake Bands You can save a lot of wear on brake bands if in a hilly region by breaking against the engine. Just throw the gears in to low, close the throttle and shut off the i ignition. The action is just the re verse of driving the car. The gears ;whichmake the work of the engine easier in driving now are driven by the . rear wheels and meet the resistance of ' the motor. The result is to ease you ' down the hill in a manner to make the foot brake often Unnecessary. You'll find the necessity for using : the brakes but slight when you do this. Bucking the Engine We can equip your car Paul Bennett Auto Supply Co. 326 North Central Ave. TACOMA IS SEEKING NAME FOR MOUNTAIN ' (Kansas City Star.) Tacoma,, Wash., still is seeking a name for its mountain. Of course, xt isn't Tacoma's mountain alone. All the rest of Washington asserts a claim to it, and the United States as a whole taJces 'some . interest in its highest peak. , Put. lying in the shadow of the great cliffs. Tacoma long has assumed a proprietary air. The search for a name is many years old now. but Tacoma never has given ud hone. Its neighbor, Seattle, has been content to call .the mountain Rainer, the name given it by its dis coverer. Captain Vancouver. But Ta coma. objects to this, as it makes of an American mountain a memorial to a British admiral of the Revolution. A fci years ago the "Mount Tacoma Club" asked the National Geographic Board to change the name to any good old Indian title, but the board could not A W . WAGONS When buying a wagon, you want one that will stand up under your load on all kinds of road," Our wagons are built right and -have the right kind of material. Let us show you why these wagons will do your work. , The 0. . Stapley Co. Qddc. Phoenix Zverything in Farm Equipment - Glendale Mesa be persuaded to make the change. Now the club is making considerable noise in an effort to have the name, changed not to just any other, but to Mount Tacoma. Any tourist visiting Washington must watch his step when speaking of trie mountain Mount Rainer is right enough in Seattle, but its mention in Tacoma has much the same effect as waving a red flag in the face of a bull. There it is Mount Tacoma, and don t you forget it. Meanwhile Portland lets it be known that it is standing firm on its neutrali ty, and the Portland Oregonian sagely remarks of the controversy: "It's not our mountain.' 6 MUST JAIL HIM FIRST (Cleveland Plain Dealer) The Turkish government has con demned Enver Tasha to death, but the news would be more reassuring if any body knew the present whereabouts cf E'lver Pasha, o LIKE THE BROOK (Cleveland Plain Dealer) Peace conferences may come and go. but the Ford libel suit flows on for ever. o ' " NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received until 2 o'clock p. m., August 11, 1619, at the office of the State Engineer, Phoenix, Arizona, for the improvement of the Tempe-Mesa highway.' ' The wort -ill consist of approii ntately 20,400 cubic yaids of excavatim 74.680 square yard-i of pavement and incidental drainage ai d other wort:. The work will be divided into two sections and aeparatc proposals le ceived for each section. Plans and specifications may be sect ai me ornce ot me &tate engineer. Phoenix. Arizona. . Copies of the plans and specifications may be obtained on payment of' ten dollars ($10.00) to Thos: Maddock. state engineer. An unendorsed certified or cashier's check for five per cent of the gross amount 'of the bid must accompany all proposals. - Satisfactory bonds will be required of the contractor to whom award is made. The state engineer reserves the right to reject any or all bids. All proposals must be made on blanks furnished for that purpose. THOS. MADDOCK. State Engineer. Phoenix, Arizona. July 2a, 1919. LOOK FOR THE RED BALL TRADE MARK I II B Mi If U tlM Fireartnx $ Ammunition gohooung Kiliir Boston Store's 1 Unloading Sale Every department of this great Daylight Store is teen ing with new interest. Look f or the unloading sale signs in every section. Hundreds of new lots and still greater values will come forward, they will eclipse all past records of value giving. Special attention is called to our Shoe Department, where good shoes are sold for less than present factory cost. -We have space to advertise only a part of the hundreds of bargains in this sale. Our windows tell the 1 rest. See them now. Why wait? housands of Pairs o oes at a Big Saving on Every Pair Ladies' $4.50 Canvas $0.65 Slippers for . . . " one and two-straps, full Cuban heels, silk ribbon bow. Ladies' $12.50 White $!.90 Colonial Pumps . . 0 with cut steel buckle, full Louis heel, hand-turned, .in the newest long vamps, all sizes, A to D widths. Ladies' $7.00 Brown Kid Pumps at $4.90 Cuban heels, genuine hand-turned soles, all sizes. Ladies $10 to $12 High Top Shoes for $5.90 of extra fine kid; slate, grey or cocoa; hand welted, plain or fany cloth top. Ladies' $14 Bronze High Top Kid Shoes $7.85 15 fry I hand-turned full, Louis heel, soft and pliable a scarce article. Ladies' $7.50 Patent Leather Pumps at $4.95 Mens' $7.00 Gun Metal Oxfords, $4.45 Chocolate brown or black, English and Panama lasts Blucher style. Men's Canvas Oxfords White, grey and Palm Beach, plain and Blucher styles to finish summer C0 OQ season with, worth $3.50, now D&.OV Men's Russia Calf Dress Shoes Lace and Blucher styles, Goodyear welt, young men's styles in all sizes, worth up to $12.00. Now tf? QC ohnioo vu.tM 286 Pairs of Men's Shoes and Oxfords Shoes of vici kid? Railroad last, mat kid top; oxfords of im-. itation kangaroo, both Comfort G?C lasts, worth up to $9.00. Now. . . . vU.ltJ Young Men's Gunmetal Shoes About 100 paire, different styles, some all leather, others with grey broadcloth top, high grade footwear, sold up to $10.00, IC Qr now Growing Girls' White Pumps of mer. canvas, covered opera heels, all sizes and all lasts, worth $5.00, fcO QK now Growing Girls' Baby Dolls in pat. leather and gun metal, low heels', sizes 214 to 7, well worth fi0 QQ $4.50, sale price 4 i?'T' Boys' Cocoa Brown and Black Calf Shoes Lace styles,' English last, sizes ,2i2 to 510, sold at $5 and $5.50, on sale Boys' $4.00 and $4.50 Gun metal Shoes English last, heavy oak soles. Sizes 2 U2 to 5y2, on sale g2 95 Growing Girls' High Top Shoes $6.50 styles in co coa and black kid, low heels, English last, for" school wear, CM "I fT on sale at .... --i Growing Girls' Vici Kid Oxfords English last, .low heels, all sizes from 2V to 6V2, regular $7. no values, on sale 2f QpT at -a:.tw i