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(Section Two) THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25. 1920 CUES TO PASTORATE OF FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH " - r ' .., .. : "... - ' ... '. ' ' ' . . , . . t ' " ' . . .-.-;: . - i . .. I ! I v t l-iiniii-ii-iriir-ifflwi im- im-i ii .Li. w:nr it m tiWhi nwnitri. w ist rito -n ' 1 ' 1 ""sjsMsiMssMsiMi" REV. JAMES A. STAVELY, D. D. The nw pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church, the Reverend Jn-.r A. BfavHy, I). l., comes to tti Arizona district of the Southern Cali fornia Conference from the suprintendency of the Kansas City district. Vr. r v'y i a graduate of Knkrr university and Drew Theological Semi nary. Although he is a graduate of the eastern schools, all his life as a mln tstrr ha ben spent in tre Kansas Conference at four points. Junction City, K First Church, I'arsons; Kurild Avenue, Topeka, and Kansas Avenue, Tope. From these pastorates he went to the superintendency of the Atchison 5:rlrt and later to the superintendency f the Kansas City district. On leaving Kansas City, Dr. Staveiy was a member of the board of trus Ws of JUker university, Bethany hospital, of Kansas City and the Kansas City National Training School. Ho twice has been a member of the general con ference of the Methodist Kpiscopal church, lie has a wife and three children, two daughters and a son. The members and congregation of the First M. E. church In Phoenix are br py that such a capable and experienced man has been selected as their pajiior. Ijder lias Largest Slock on Hand in History of His Store but Must Continue to Unload - ' ! I IS WELL QUALIFIED JOHN HYDER T repono of my customers and frier'! hi been fine t lve sold a rrvat quo ntity of clothing and very purch -r seems more than miiisf!eJ. The vomlrfuI values .rr.re l in my store have surprlsl everyAdy. 1 intended t" rlos this s.'ilo bnt- ur.tar nkrht but my stork is so large tht I mu't turn ioos some more of Ii. For t 'i . . reason the diseotint will b slvpft Moii l y, Tuesday and Wednesd v. t hopo everybody lu t in wH ! n;i into my store within ibe next three days because tliis la a real saving opportunity and I want everybojy to appreciate It. My discounts and eales are my bt ad vertlsers. A satisfied eus ttmr always return and often r.Js others. That's why my sales r always b: snreesses and that's br I have many regular cus tomers. I alwavs play my cards ;rteht up on ibe table and the ru3!ic knows just where I stand. Th ouallt r merchandise which I m offering to yeu at a 20 " re faction gives you a rhance to get ! i'.&t fr dollar vnlii". It covers rrrthuic In the tc.re from H. V. ta nv r. o a (except Stetson t ;. .r'. 1 1' g y.u tl; opportunity rmp::'el,' uutllt yourself for the winter months. Th's f;mr is something new In the history of s il' s. Cm you :r-..i it itf A Mleon new clothing ' t berinn.112 vt the se sson. The rv 5t 'ti s find designs made :t ft lm very b rt of r.i i t i i'lt by !rertca a leading m.inufacturers T set o . ; : v elothinsr at a redue- t :i sou usuliv have to wait until th fto7 is i :.t and the style Is mor or less out of date. Hut this s d'.ff' re::! vou p."t the l itest. fr!r in tl: n . -on at greatly re it-ieed prl. es. T.i s r .. otir f'i porttiiKt v and r.i r K"f . a,l. i if cours". i am not i ,i-4r to lft ail the pri.fit by seiliii .! k"o.'s at th's i ! e but if you tr'.,! .t tbrt l-o,v margin we ''''.., c mercban's work on these ! vs :U ii',it rsturul that 1 tm i i t li.irrir ui'ii ' u.ii tl hi- '. I :! ! 1 1 rrul.' t tvrniif. I am .:(.. i.. -J. 1 t '.i h. .1 lot . ,,:-..;' tut! Hi' .iii.i a j-.ivint; . - : i i i .i v f r y ou. t t . . :oM . ; t nv; r'. '. y J on i !!( ', iii.l kii'iw til" i:ia' n . r ! , i r !..-- I f.rrr oii , . ,( t" v .-f ti utf.ft.l iolver- . . - i i inv ti i 'i.l 4 anil .- r . , . f ..- mm o ir.fiTM it i'-ti -, , .r t ... tn t .U .'i !v i! fas, I : i r. o r FDR PUBLIC OFFICE Rolin W. Shaw, Republican candi date for the office of county recorder, is well qualified br training for that office or any other that requires a developed business ability. Since com ing to I'hoenix eight years ago, Mr. Shaw has been connected with the Valley bank escept during the period of his war service, and la a highly es teemed attache of that Institution. Mr. Shaw is 37 years of age and a native of Michigan. After completing the course of the Chicago high schools he entered the Ohio Wesleyan Univer sity. Leaving college, he became of- flee manager for his father, who was in the publishing business In Chicago. On the transfer of that business to Orand Rapids, Mich., he was secre tary-treasurer of the Shaw Publish ing company. In 1907 he sold his In terest in that concern nnd became de partment manager in the offices of the Hcrpolshelmer company and remained there until he left for Arizona in 1912. Some years ago he Joined the Ari zona National Guard and Venf with that organization to the Mexican bor der in 1916. lie remained with It when It became the 158th lnfantryMn the federal service, was made second lieu tenant and was promoted to first lieu tenant. For five months he was in command of Company T of the regi ment. For three months before the regiment sailed for France he was In (barge of automatic rifle Instruction In th division. Though he had a wjfe and four children, he went to Fnrnce with bis organization. Arriving overseas, he was trans ferred to the Fifth division, regular nrmv. and was with that division at the time of the eirnintr of the armistice una remained with It While it was a pnrt of the Army of Occupation. He was made director of the automatic rifle section of the Fifth Division training schools when the schools were put Into operation January 1, 1919, holding that position during the three months the schools were maintained. o ' In Egypt yellow-brown, the hue of the dead leaf. Is worn as the emblem of mourning. RUBBER STAHPS 'MAMFAETIIHINB STAnffiJERS- 317 WEST ADAMS ST. Republican Legislative Ticket James H. Kinney Dlst. No. 1, torn- posed ef Photnix precincts 1, 2, 6, 6, 13 and 14. Chat. K. Pishon Dist. No. 2, com posed of Phoenix precincts 7, 15, 18, 20, 21 and 25. W. E. Rsmington Dist. No. 3, com posed ef precincts Aikire, Christy, Phoenix 8, 9, 10, 17, 18, 22 and 23. O. E. Schupp, Dist. 4, composed of Phoenix precincts 3, 4, 11, 12, 19 and 24, Parkview and Wilson. J. C. Phillips, Dist. 5, composed of precinctt: Osborn 1, 2, and 3; Lot Oiivos 1 and 2; Germania, Madison and Creighton. C. R. Cordon, Dist. 6. composed ef Goody Gilbert, Broadway, Hci-d, Krcnc. Tempo, East C!ir.d:cr, West Chandler and Mig'ey. f" i t J i t , .A I- -t0K I: "J- f St i1 A,. 1 in i im i i 1 1 in -i 'Vj" ' - f - ! fit , - . . . r j , J J, ; i 1 AGOn '?SV ' v . rv 1 ' t ' "" -r- - :-e- . f . '5 - . - i 1 is - .-fir' .1 - f ; 71 -AX1 ""WW,, Photo by Kims elm an III ii J f J i 11 Of it 95' 'lily Trimmed and Tailored Hatsin a That Will Startle All Phoenix Due to the warm, unseasonable weather, many overstocked manufacturers sacrificed their stocks to us in order to dispose of them as quickly as possible. We bought high grade Hats for cash far below regular prices, enabling us to offer astounding values in this sale beginning to- day endiijg Saturday night at 9 o'clock. r Sale c i III 's 00 750 Wonderful 12'50 c.oo r Values at Double the Price Beautiful Ostrich Trimmed Hat3 Hats of Metal Brocade Beautiful Draped Turbans Youthful Styles for Misses' wear Becoming: Matrons' Hats Soft Off-the-Face Velvet Hats ff ) -in Black, Navy, Brown, Chow, Henna and Many Combinations of Color and Materials. ( PfoenDC Has! Gs&z&9 STYLE SAOP ! mm 1 7 N f F&RTICULAEL Oi umm -hit 22-24 East Wasdbiiijrton Street Pbosnis Jr Jrjg wm rlN HYDER.