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.ilE ARIZONA KEFUBL1UAN. THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1920
! n- IIfqr homes and 1
NcWlS SEE SONGS
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Accept please, our most sincere wishes for a
.VERY HAPPY, PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.
We are glad for this opportunity to thank our
many friends for their generous patronage dur
ing the year past.
Ford-Levy Fnuranitare Co.
EVERY CHILD IS
IITED TO THE
PEAEOCKTODAY
Kvery child in I'hoenix is expected
to be at the Peacock this afternoon
It's - going to be the biggest day for
Obey
That
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Arizona Republican's
Ninth Annual Bargain
offer now open.
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Mail That Check Today
kiddies this town has seen since the
first circus landed, and if the efforts
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Willis Powell
are successful it will be a red letter
day In the annals of all the children of
Phoenix.
It should be understood that the
party to be given this afternoon at the
Peacock is for the children and is not
to cost them a single solitary cent. It
is going to be the aim of Mr. and Mrs.
Powell to show the kiddies the time of
their young: lives. If they want to
dance, all well and good, the big or
chestra will be hand with the music.
If they want to play games there will
be room for them to do so.
Every child who attends will be
given a present of a bag of candy and
a small remembrance of the occasion.
The entire afternoon from three to
five is to be given over to showing the,
children a good time. Mr. and Mrs.
Powell want them to have the bigsest
time Imaginable, and if they do not
have more down right good natured
excitement and pleasure this afternoon
than they have had in some time it
is groing- to be their own fault.
The usual entertainers who hold
forth at the Peacock will be on hand
and sing for the . children.
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MUSIC IS HOME MADE. AWFUL
By Edward M. Thierry
(N. E. A. Staff Correspondent With
the Smithsonian-Universal Afri
can Expedition.)
KIMBERLEY, South Africa Home
made musical instruments are com
mon among Kafirs. But their music
bores you with its monotonous tune.
If you want to make something
unique try this one played by a na
tive at one of the diamond mines:
A gasoline can battered into cylin
drical shape, stuck over the end of a
bamboo stick two and a half feet long
and dug out all its length save a couple
of inches at each end; with a wire
stretched from the lower end, held in
the hand, to the inside of the can
hanging over the shoulder.
There was a small arched bow about
six Inches long, strung with hairs,
which the player held taut with his
thumb, rubbing it up and down on the
wire, getting tones by the pressure of
his fingers on the wire.
Best Wishes
for a Very Happy
V
and Prosperous
New Year
POLICE ARREST
3,200 PERSONS
PAST 12 MONTHS
Phoenix Department Recov
ers $189,000 Worth Stol
en Goods During The
Year Just Closed Records
Show
With the death of the year 1919 at
midnight last night the Phoenix police
department turned the page on one
of its most active and strenuous years
on recard. a year in whlcn the depart
ment made a remarkably pood record
in all branches in handling the in
craed amoiu.t of crime whlc.-i appar
ently has attended . the city's rapid
growth.
During the year, up to midnight last
night, the police have made 3,200 ar
rests, an average of more than eight
each day. In the same length of tLne
more than 6.000 complaints were in
vestigated. Nearly 15,000 meals were
served to prisoners in the city Jail.
One of the most creditable marks
made by the department was the fact
that approximately $183,000 worth of
about $248,000 worth of goods stolen
durinz the year were recovered by the
department, a, remarkable ercord in
itself. '
December Busiest Month
December was the banner month of
the entire year so far as general law
breaking here was concerned. Al
though a revised report has not yet
been made, the total number of errests
In the month is placed at approximately
470. Nearly a third of these arrests,
however, were made tor violations of
traffic laws and regulations, most of
them comins under the new traffic
ordinance which became effective De
cember 15. The second highest monUi
of the year was October, with 445 ar
rests. Traffic violations caused a
large percentage of the arrests made
during the year.
A remarkable Jump in the number
of arrests was made in the latter half
of the year, the total number being
about 1,830 for the Itst six month,
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Price $8,000
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Price Per Lot $850
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compared to 1.336 the first six months
of the year, an increase of nearly 40
per cent.
Drunks Increase
' The number of arrests made for
drunkenness also made a decided in
crease during the last six months- of
1919. 175 arrests being made during
that period as against 98 for the first
six months of the year. At the same
time it was noticed that In the lattet
period a great majority of "drunks" ar
rested were under the influence of alco
hol, perfumes, extracts and like deli
cate beverages, indicating that no in
crease in the supply of., bootleg or
moonshine liquor was responsible for
the rising tide of intoxication.
TEXTILE TOWNS ARE
RAKING IN THE COIN
BRADFORD The British textile
towns are wallowing in money. The
world wants clothes and they're getting
them at fabulous prices. Woolens
that used to sell for 50 cents now bring
12.25.
TOOTH LES3 NATION
THREATENING ENGLAND
LONDON Says the king's dentist:
"The ministry of health is busy on
houses, but unless it concerns itsHf
with teeth we may soon have a tooth
less nation, too unhealthy to enjoy liv
ing in them."
Jaooairy First
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N THIS DAY
WOMAN CHARGES AN
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. Tiania Chernekoff, a Russian woman
of the Glendale colony, was assaulted
last Monday and maltreated with a
club and pitchfork, according to a
complaint filed yesterday in the "West
Phoenix precinct Justice court. Three
young men are alleged to have taken
part in the attack, and two of the
three, named Robert Cochran and John
Gladden, were arraigned yesterday be
fore Judge McKee.
The young men were released on
their own recognizance and ordered to
appear for examination on a charge of
aggravated assault Monday, January
C, at 10 o'clock. The complaint was
preferred by Efern .Chernekoff, hus
band of the woman alleged to have been
maltreated ,
we again desire to say "THANK YOU" to our
friends and customers who have made nossible the
handsome growth which this instituti on has enjoyed during the past year.
The inrrpasp in trio rfonnsita of'this Rank is hut the reflection of the ereneral
prosperity which exists throughout our city and valley, and we are thankful that our
customers have shared so largely in this prosperity.
It shall be our purpose during this coming year to render such banking service to our
customers as will further cement the many close friendships which we have formed,
and show our appreciation of the patronage which has been given us.
We hope that this coming year may be the best yet for Arizona, Phoenix, and the Salt
River Valley.
V
The Best New Year Resolution
Ever Made Save Money
Officers
H.J. McCLUNG
President
, T. E. POLLOCK
Vice-President
W. H. THOMSON
Vice-Pres. and Cashier
E.P.HEWITT -Asst.
Cashier
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Director
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PHOENIXARIZONA
AFFILIATED BANK
THE PHOENI 8AVINGS BANK AND TRUST CO.
I H. CHALMERS
C. D. DORRIS
JAMES S. DOUGLAS
TV". A. DRAKE
L. L. HARMON
WM. S. HUMBERT
H. J. McCLUNG
T. E. POLLOCK
AV. II. THOMSON
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