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DOS SHOW TO IE UK FEATURES OFMG STATE FAIR THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1920 BY R. A. KIRK Secretary Copper State Kennel Club Mankind's best friend" wi!l be well represented at the Arizona state Tair during the first three days of the tventiul week, Xov. 8-13. The com missioners have planned a dog show .to be given under the auspices of the Copper State Kennel club, with tho sanction df the parent organization of t-ogdom, the American Kennel club. It will be the first opportunity ever af forded Ariztfnans to see some of the really famous canine stars. Under the A. K. C. classification more than 80 breeds may bo represented, and the management has the promise of many entries of the rarer breeds from points outside the state. American Kennel club rules, which will govern the forthcoming 'dog show, N'ov. S, 9 and 10, do not require that a 3og be registered, to show. This as sures the interest cf those who have either 'failed to secure the pedigree of ineir pets or who own dogs not en titled to registration that would fur nish keen competition to the canine wit&a long line of blooded ancestry. There are, however, many fine speci mens .of pedigreed dogs in the state and it, is expected that there will be a large entry from Arizona, The Copper State Kennel club's cop per medal will be awarded to the best dog in almost every class, together with' the much coveted A. K. C. blue, red and yellow ribbons. More than fif teen beautiful copper cups have been donated as special premiums to be Siven in tne following classes: Gov. Thomas E. Campbell, copper cup for the best dog in show. Hon. Mit Simms, copper cup for the , bi-st"'rposite sex. Carl. II. Anderson, copper cup for best puppy in show. Dunbar Spring Service company, copper cup for best toy dog. McArthur Bros., copper cup for best VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOR EX-SERVICE MEN SUBJECT OF SURVEY Definite steps toward giving dis abled ex-service men vocational train ing in the Salt River valley are ex pected to follow the visit here the last three days o L. W. Bartlett, assistant district vocational officer, with headV ctuarters in Han Francisco, for the re halulitation division of the federal board for vocational education. Mr. liartlett, in company with Fred P. Row leii, in charge of the local work of the board, has been making a survey of the local field. Among the vocational educational possibilities investigated by Mr. Bart lett was the matter of agricultural training at the experimental farm sta tion near Mesa. The matter of vocational training for disabled ex-service men at the Tempe normal also was included in Mr. Hartlett's investigations here in tho course of which he conferred with Covernor Campbell and President Mat thews of the normal. Mr. Bartlett to day will be in Tucson, making a sur vey of vocational training possibilities at the University of Arizona, where a As a Soil Builder We recommend sowing sour clover in your cotton the cost is small. Ask us about this. Phoenix Feed and Feed Company dog owned in Arizona, The Kennel Advocate, trophy for best puppy owned in Arizona. John C. Greenway, copper cup for oest setter or pointer. C. C. : Huff, copper cup for best Pekingese. Jack , Barber, copper cup for best collie. . - Senator Mark A. Smith, copper cup for best Airedale terrier. Ralph II. Cameron, copper cup for best smooth fox terrier. Charles be' Sales "Wheeler, copper cup for best Boston terrier. C. M. Stoddard,, copper cup for best Pomeranian. The banks of Phoenix, copper cup for best bulldfeg. United Verde Copper company, cop per cup for best wire fox terrier. Ray Consolidated Copper company, copper cup for best bull terrier. C. A. Sheldon, copper trophy for best opposite sex. . , ' W. Li. Barnum, copper trophy for best Boston terrier, opposite sex. United Verde Kxtension Mining com pany, copper cup for best brood ma tron together with two or more of progeny. Dogs in all classes will be Judged by James Ewins of Los Angeles, who has an enviable reputation among dog fanciers throughout the country. Ow ing to the large number of entries the show will be housed in the large brick building opposite the main entrance to the grand stand. Premium lists will bo available about Sept. 25 and may be obtained by application to T. 11. Adams, superintendent, SO South Fourth ave nue, or to R. A. Kirk, 384 North Sec ond street. number of ex-service men already are students. There are at present about 1,500 ex- service men subject to vocational train ing in Arizona, Mr. Bartlett said last night, and the number is expected to double within a year. Most or tnem now in this state are tubercular, and these form the main problem. About 200 of the 'men are now undergoing ,'ocational training, and it is intended to greatly broaden the work in the state to care for moie men. W. A. Burk. in charge of all voca tional work in hospitals, will visdt this city in connection with the work next month, following the return of Mr. Rowlen from the American Legion convention, ent. 27. 28 and 9,, Dur ing Mr. Rowlen's absence his work here will be taken care of by C. !. Dolman, who will come from Flagstaff. Vocational training for disoliled ex service men is divided into two classes, education while the man is in the hos pital and education after he is out. The two branches rre along the sar.v lines, however. :ud both tend to but o. thing to enable the man to become ,rt useful and efficient Workman find citizen. Training matters looked into by Mr. i Bartlett hero included the possibilities of giving the men training at the nor mal school, at the agricultural experi mental farm, and in private educational and technical institutions. Much in terest is being taken in the possibility of giving training in agriculture at the experiment station near Mesa, as it involves reclamation and the. giving to ex-service men of opportunities to obtain farm lands. HATS SHOW NOVEL FLOWER TRIMMING Paris has invented a novel use for flowers on large hats. The soft flow ers are worn close to the face edging the underside of the brim where it joins the crown. o 'A person's thoughts can often b detected by the involuntary movement of his thumbs. 1.'".: We Never. Shut p I Down J if ' it 13 jil Live stock keeps coming to market and we have to keep buying it and putting it through our plants whether conditions are good or poor. Swift & Company has no control over the quantity of live stock shipped to market Live-stock producers ship their animals to the big stock-yards markets, wherethey are sold through commission men who represent the shippers. The result is that the live-stock supply fluctuates from week to week. We have to buy the animals, how ever many or few there are; and they have to be handled - without delay. We cannot hold dressed beef, lamb, mutton, veal, fresh pork, or any other fresh perishable meats, but have to sell them at the prevailing market prices within a few days. If we try to sell at half a cent under the prevailing prices, retailers would naturally buy from us as long as our supply lasted, and that supply would be used up very quickly. On the other hand, if we try to sell for half a cent higher than the market prices, the retailers, who shop around, would buy from our competitors and ve would have our fresh meat left on our hands. We have to sell our products every day. at prevailing market prices whatever those prices , may be. Half a cent up or down in the wholesale price means the difference between profit and loss to us. Swift Company, U. S. A. Phoenix Local Branch 412 S. Second Ave. A M. Mayfield, Manager It is tor me: I - 6 J t. , W m Y SiS J L f . -.r- f I v r f i : ,:?Y Wings of the morning! We wish we could say that Schilling's is the only coffee worth your money. We say it about Schilling Tea, and it is true : Schilling Tea I is actually cheaper per cup than any other tea you can buy; it is also much finer. But there are other good coffees beside Schilling's -other coffees made from fine full flavored coffee beans, ground properly so that you get all the delightful fragraijce andjdeh taste of fine coffee, and packed in vacuum-sealed tins which is the only way to keep the full flavor and strength for your breakfast cup. ' coffees are good. Two or But they differ some- All of these three are really fine. what in taste. So the way to get the coffee you like best - and the only way is to try these vacuum sealed coffees, one after another, and choose the one you like best. We make.it easy to try Schilling's: your money back if you want it. 1 cy , . . .4 . .