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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1920
PAGE THREE isLim USVEHTIST ADEMY IS BEING HILT II PHOENIX Two Brick Buildings Under Construction at Willetta And Fourteenth Streets Expect Enrollment of 150 Students Buildinsrs to house the Arizona acad ny, a new educational institution in f hoonlx, are in course of construction l ourteenth -and Willetta streets. J-ma institution will be one of a chain or academies and colleges which are being operated the world over by the seventh Day Adventist denomination, l or some years a small school has been conducted locally, but the rapid growth of this denomination in Ari zona has made it necessary, it is Stwlfd' to n'arge its educational fa cilities. Five acres of ground have been pur chased at Fourteenth and Willetta streets for the school campus. At present two brick buildings, approxi mately so feet wide and 60 feet in length, are being constructed. These buildings will each be two stories high, with a spacious basement, making throe storios in all. During the com ing school year part of the room in U:osj buildings will be used as class looms, but next year an administration h":iJ:n;r slightly larger than the first two will bo erected, it is stated. These win provide ample quarters for class rooms and laboratories. The first two buildings then will be used exclusively as dormitories. Useful "Athletics" Physical education in the Arizona academy will be conducted along dif ferent lines than in most schools, it is stated. Instead of indulgence in ath letics, exercise is acquired in useful labor. All students living in the dor mitories are required to put in at least two hours of work each day in addi tion to caring for their own rooms. The young women attend to the laun-th-y. do the cooking and dish washing, while the young men look after the janitor work and care for the school grounds. A small garden, orchard and poultry farm will be operated in connection with the school to furnish food for the students, and the work will be done by them under the supervision of prac tical teachers. In addition to this work, vocational classes in carpentry, sewing and cooking will be taught. The Arizona academy will conduct classes equivalent to high school in struction. Graduates will complete ;heir education in the Pacific Union college, which is located at St. Helena, On Tour to Get, Community Ideas V'' -v. w J X . 4 - 1 . V v 3 i. ?-" t "V 3 , .Siiiv tU ! ESSEX H0H-5TOP GAR STILL GOING WASHINGTON Miss Cecil H. Nor ton, general community secretary of the District of Columbia, is making a three-week tour through the middle west to compare the community cen ter developments and methods of cen tral cities with those of Washington. Her visit includes Cleveland, Chicago, Detroit, Flint, Milwaukee, Minneapolis and St. Paul. Cal. This college also is operated by the Seventh Day Adventist denomina tion. K. M. Adams, who will be prin cipal of the new academy in Phoenix, has recently returned to America from a five-year period of service as a mis sionary in Singapore, Straits Settle ments. V. E. Hendershot, who was principal of the school last year, al ready has sailed for Singapore to take over the work vacated by Professor Adams. It is stated that from J40.000 to $30,000 will te Invested in the Arizona academy in Phoenix. It is expected that the enrollment of the academy and the preparatory school that is operated in connection will reach 150 during the coming school year. Creating interest, faster than any other car whir-h lias traveled over the strc.-ts of I'hoenix in a long, lonjj time, the Kssex Sedan, which is tak ing a seven-day non-stop motor run, has passed the half wny mark now and is still g;in strong. An impression has been gained by Iocj! people who are depositing guesses on tlie total number of miles run at the M'-ssner Kales room on Weft Adams street, that the car is running around Phoer.ix and not out into the country. Th: Kssex has not only left the p-:ved streets of I'hoenix, but it has h; en to practically every town in the v::i:ey. Yesterday Jimmy Hail, who usually takes the night turn drivincr, piloted the non-stop car to Sup'-rior and brought it back again without any trouble whatsoever. The day prior to that tho car was sent to Arlington, and it may go most any where today. The run will be ended Saturday night at 8 o'clock in front of CaL Messner's place on West Adams street. At that time a flashlight picture will be taken of the car and the crowd, a peep will be taken at the speedometer and the number of miles the car ram bled announced to the crowd in order that the winner of the guessing con test may be apprised of the fact. o KMC mmrn 113 BOUT MOTOR PARTY A motori.ig party of five, en route from Providence, IX. I., to Phoenix, last heard of from Jerome Junction, is the subject of a telegraphic inquiry re ceived yesterday by the police depart ment from I... J. Gould. 4S0 Providence. The party includes William F. Gould and Mr. and" Mrs. Samuel LeFavour, and information as to its whereabouts is nsked by Mr. Gould. After telling of the party the telegram Fays: 'Last letter (from it) sent from Je rome Junction June 17. Anxiety feit concerning same. Please wire at our expense any information concerning same. Thanking you In advance for the favor." Chief of Police Urisbois has asked that anyone knowing anything of the party's whereabouts communicate with the police department. . o LADY ASTOR STILL JOLTS PARLIAMENT LONDON Lady Astor is still dis turbing British politeness in the house of parliament. Recently she declared she found many "old asses of reaction aries'' who thought the world should remain as it is. IP 7 mm 33 fT . I Mil' VV-i.1 itwi'ihfi immmm"ihti'imm .jifHiUMrjiilinirtitin. iimmin ii ai.mmt-i t,rtm,t iniAf t;l ft wwwm TtfiwifcwLoww i riMifl Tiltfrir fe-. - -.y j - -f. ii iiiiiiiii i-Tmw i: T; wx MORE than two million Diamond Tires are in use now, almost one for every tliird car in the United States. The reason that hundreds of thousands of motorists are buying Diamond Tires is becailse Diamonds are delivering the service. Small wonder that motor ists buy more Diamonds than any other tire not sold to car manufacturers for original equipment. illii '3 . MOTOR SUPPLY CO, PHOENIX, ARIZONA 315 North Central Ave. DISTRIBUTORS TUCSON, ARIZONA 49 North Sixth Ave. Do Your Shopping This Morning-Store Closed Thursday . Afternoons URSDAY MORNING SPECIALS TH UiesVriccj Our .Chief fitradiona Vt )fC(U6HT "QtPMTTULHT STORE- hi vr TIV 15 5D' ii. GENUINE PEPPERELL SEAMLESS BED SHEETS Pepperell sheets all the recognized standard of values in sheets These we are offering today at less than mill cost, a limited quantity as follows: 72x90 d?0 in 81x90 0O QQ size Bedding Dept. Main Floor size ROCKLAND SHEETS AN EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE Rockland sheets are sheets of exceptional wear a little heavier weight than Pepperells very fine strong thread special at 72x90 3?0 On 81x90 (0 A( size size Bedding Dept. Main Floor WHITE BED SPREADS THURSDAY MORNING A word to the wise buy your white bed spreads now you will pay a great deal more this fall these are both full double bed size. Extra large and heavy. Regular $3.00 (0 QQ Regular $4.00 , 1Q value value . . Bedding Dept. Main Floor EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES IN MIDDY BLOUSES Middy Blouses in all sizes and qualities manufactured from the best of tub proof materials including khaki cloth neatly prettily and stylishly braid VI 1 U1SUUUNT mm vr Waist Section Mezzanine Floor trimmed, special at LINGERIE WAISTS AT LESS THAN HALF A wonderful value in Lingerie waists, several styles to select from Buster Brown collars, roll collars square, round and V necks, prettily and stvlishly trimmed, S1 QQ all sizes, values to $2.98, special D-L.Oi7 Waist Section- Mezzanine Floor PONGEE WAISTS THURSDAY MORNING SPECIALS Pongee waists made of genuine imported pongee, short sleeves button down the front some . slip over models, hemstitched in colors, values up to C?1 QS $3.90. Special .. P-L0 Waist Section Mezzanine "loor TWO-PIECE BREAKFAST SETS Two piece breakfast sets Just the easy put on garment for warm weather morning wear in pink, blue and lavender, trimmed in black and white stripe percale binding. CJO Regular $4.50 values. Special tPO.lt House Dress Section Mezzanine Floor JAPANESE EMBROIDERED CREPE KIMONAS Japanese embroidered crepe Kimonas in assorted patterns in pink, blue and lavender tively fast cool, comfortable and neat, values to $6.50. Extra Special choice House Apparel Section Mezzanine Floor -colors posi- -$4.98 EXTRA BIG SPECIAL IN CORSETS Corsets a wonderful value corsets in both back and front lace models including a tricot mesh sum mer corset, all sizes actual values up to $4.00. gO TA Corset Department Mezzanine Floor Extra Special BUNGALOW APRON OF SPECIAL VALUE Bungalow aprons for canning time the sensible apron for kitchen and morning housewear. All sizes made of tub proof percales of 'TQ $2.50 value. Special fPX.i V. Apron Section Mezzanine Floor HAND EMBROIDERY MODEL PIECES A number of finished models from our art department beautifully made are hand embroidery on the finest materials, choice while they last. ONE HALF PRICE Art Department Mezzanine Fleer EXTRA SPECIAL SILK HOSIERY VALUES Women's silk hose in blacks and whites all sizes extra quality pure thread silk, semi-fashioned high spliced heels double sole and toes all sizc3 g- rn HJJLJtS Hosiery Department Main Floor Extra special THE BOSTON STORE'S BARGAIN BASEMENT THE HOME OF BARGAINS is the coolest shopping place in Phoenix The largest and most commodious and best lighted base ment bargain store in the Southwest We want you to enjoy the pleasures, comforts and conveniences of SHOPPING DOWN STAIRS A 1000 REMNANTS ON SALE TODAY AT SPECIAL REMNANT SALE PRICES Remnants and short lengths of all kinds and qualities of piece goods. "IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE BOSTON STORE"