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EN ILLIll phehx people- in Fortunate Purchase- WflECK ilE ! B STEEL PULL THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 192a GUT AVLD IH DEPOSITS: IN 40-Inch THE PAST YEAH r i r Comptroller's Report Shows Some Wonderful Figures Of Prosperity For Phoenix Maricopa Co. And State. Xearly $10,000,000 grain in deposits In the banks of Phoenix in the past 1 months is shown in a report just issued by the state bank comptroller ami is concrete evidence of the remarkable and substantial business growth of the city, proof of which has been given i:i many other ways. This report of the state bank comp troller, a segregation of which has been made by the chamber of com merce, was made from the hank calls Of Slay 4 of this year, which .showed a total bank deposits in Phoenix ban Us of $24,SC0,2.17. Deposits 'of the sr ra" banks on Slay 12 of lust year totaled $13,090,099, the actual pain in 1 months bcinff $0.TL;n,2.;.S. Gain in deposit of all banks in Maricopa county in the past 12 mor.th.-i as shown by the same report hsu d ly the comptroller is $2l.24.sl2, the deposits on Slay 1 of this yea r '" ins J30,209.C3; as against ?1 M 1 l,s27 on May 12 of last year. Twenty-five million dollars in round numbers is the pain in deposits in all the banks of Arizona in the past 12 months, the bank comptroller's report shows, the deposits of all banks in the state on May 4 of this year being 5S9.54V.120 as aprainst ?04,04,46o on May 12 of last year. . These wonderful pains in bank de posits in Phoenix, Maricopa county and the state reflects the remarkable prosperity of this city and state: v. hieh has gone abroad and has made Phoenix and Arizona the center of progress in the Southwest and the talk of the whole country. o Despite the high waires of civil em ployment, 20"), 000 men have enlisted or re-enlisted in the regular army since April, 1919. . o It is estimated that there are more than 2000 New Yorkers, fifty-five of whom were killed in action, enlisted in the allied armies. , -''.'':? J-T3,;-.-- :- rrt. . i ...jb ar v.-- iifvi'r -a-c 5' air! Plenty of Variety Here in Straw Hats A style range with all the most desir able features Weaves just a bit different from the other fellow's made by such re liable and nationally known houses as "Dunlap," "Blum & Koch," "Hopkins," "Chas. Merton," etc. $4.00 up Tin CLOTHING CO. 18-20 W. Washincton St. r . . 1V ELEPHANT Tliey Wear To the steel construction of the car in wiiicn tney were nuin. io x wm.i people, who were on the Santa Ffe train that was wrecked near La Junta, Colo., last Tuesday morning', may credit the fact that they were uninjured. John H. Hmwn, superintendent of the In iian school, and Sirs. II. H. P.raxton of 217 Kast McKinley street, wife of Ilemv- II. Braxton, a dentist in the O'Neil buililins. are the Phoenix people who were on the wresked train. The Pullman in which they were ridinj; w;is overturned, rolling 20 feet down a bank. In the car next to .this Pullman two people were killed. There were more than a dozen injured. In all, three were killed. Word of the escape of these Phoenix people came in a teleprram from John P.rown. which was as follows: "Santa Fe - Train S'o. 4. "Tuesday. "You doubtless know that our train was wrecked this mornins about 7 o'clock. It was my first experience with the real thintr. I was not hurt either. Onr car left the track 20 feet ,ind turned over down a small bank. I was still in the berth, but awoke when Ihinas settled down. There were five of us in my berth, the other four coming frfm above and across the ai-Me. Xn one in our car was seriously hurt. AVe were next to the diner, in which two men were killed. I saw two men d-.id and others lying- very still and badly hurt. Mrs. II. H. Praxton of Phoenix was in our car and was un injured. There was no fire, but the en sine, two diners and the baggajre car wore awfully smashed. I am sure that only the steel car saved us in car TCo. n. AVe dressed, collected our belonf? inrrs and crawled upward throueh the window." o , AT THE GERMAN UNIVERSITIES Most of the German universities re port a record attendance since the war. especially at their coures in po litical science and eronomices. Berlin has 3 2,961 enrolis-d. Bonn. 6,r.60; Leip- yic, 5.S00; even the new University of Hambursr reports a matriculation of l.r.oo. Slunich is the only prominent university where attendance has de clined. Students are hostile to the city of Kurt Kisner and the bolshevist coup d'etat. Taris has a larger at tendance (16,000) than any German university. Living Age. Colonial Printed Special Per Yard 75c Voiles D ' ' We were fortunate in being able to make this remarkable purchase at a very low price; and you also are very fortunate to get such lovely material at only 75c per yard. 100 Patterns and Colors to Choose From . Main Floor . Price Adjustment Sale of Shoes Mezzanine Floor $1.00 to $2.50 Reduction on Shoes for Men, Women and Children i' i,r, . ji'f 'S$ S -y ' '' r m Some manufacturers of shoes have reduced the wholesale prices. This move was brought about by the fact that retail store buyers have refused to place large orders at the higher prices, some have can celled their orders. However, pric es may go up again. We .iust received a new shipment of thousands of pairs of white kid and canvas low shoes for summer, to be sold at the re-adjusted low prices. Mezzanine Floor We are disregarding the cost of these shoes to us, we are adjusting the prices to a lower scale. $5.00 to $8.00 Shoes Reduced $1.00 $8.50 to $10.00 Shoes Reduced $11.00 to $1 5.00 Shoes Reduced $1 6.00 to $20.00 Shoes Reduced $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 Special Purchase 1200 Yards British Jreo Linen $09 Special Per Yard Genuine Present Value $1.75 Limit 20 Yards to a Customer 36-inch natural colored linen, used for making air planes, very strong and durable used for dresses, suits, auto coats, dusters, sports apparel, blouses, children's ap parel, scarfs, centers, spreads, draperies, etc. Linen Dept. Main Floor Business Hours 8:30 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. Except Saturdays Saturday Open Until 9 P. M. Closed Thursday Afternoons Until Sept. 1st. THE STORE OF SERVICE THE HOUSE OF COURTESY PHONE 1602 Luggage Built to With stand Rough Handling When you buy trunks and traveling bags you look for strength, you want a trunk that will give service. That's the kind we are selling. A new shipment of wardrobe, steamer and dress trunks just arrived, we find them well built to defy the "baggage smasher." Each trunk is distinctive in looks, a trunk you'll' be proud to own. An exceptionally good assortment of bags and suit cases for pleasure or business trips. Third Floor Oohn (Joldwatrr Co. (M tUers), Ios Anjeles, Cal.