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THE ARIZONA KEI'UBLIUAN, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1920 ,f A... r i i I Y a 'I -si 1 WITH DID H0K ACTS TO CEBIT FRIE1SH1P EH CITY 'lementlng the cordial relationship between Kl paS(, arul i-no,nlTi I0uow. in conforenc. of representatives of the Io.l chmbr of rommorfi with 'r-reienUtlves of the Kllao orgar.i fatlon tMth reference to & rolsunde tndin concerning a ron.l race be tn the Tesaa city and I'hoenlx. the 'nllnwln st of resolution i adopted titr(!T by the directors f rnamner of fommfrrt !n regular meeting at the Alison club at noon: niiereae the 8outhet represent th lamest and inot Important area In the country possible of greater de velopment at the rnr reasonable coat, and offering the most attractive return for-effort and Investment, ami "Whereas there should exist the most clo" and sincere co-operUon between all communities In the Southwest, und "WhTcas certain statements have Veen m.ul tending to create U lotion l-efAorn th two So'iMrtant communi ties of in I ..,, t., nnl Phoenix, ArU.. and "Whereas we lm e asuranre- from the i;i Iio chamber of commerce, and the snme assurtn"s are Riven by the hatnhrr of commerce, of I'hoenlx. Ari ona.lthat there is absolutely no foun dation for the statements referred to. and thst there Is officially the warmest r:r1 each for the other community. Nnw, therefore. ! It resolved, oy the directors of the chamber of com merce of Phoenix, Aril., In special meeting assembled, that this greetings f this community ho extended to the Kl Paso chamber of commerce-, with urances that the best of feeling and harmony doe prevail, and that we as n organisation. 1 pledge ourselves to do everything In our poer to advance the. spirit of co-operalion, good feeling and fellowship between O'lr respective communities, and " "We, further resolve that f copy of this resolution be. sent to tho Kl Paso chamber of commerce and printed In the dally press of I'.l I 'a so and I'hoe nlx." Tbe resolution Is signed by TJ. D. ltrpr,, president of the local chamber of commerce. The next business taken up by the directors was a consideration of re marks made by Hen Klce before them concerning complaints of exorbitant prices to be charged by hotel and res taurant keepers djrlnjr state fair wenk. Thesis complaints. Mr. Klce said, were made during the convention of the Arizona Merchant' association at No li -lies several weeks ago. Mr. Pice was told that the matter had been taken up with the hotel ir restaurant men by a committee, and that several had given their assurances thst no raises were contemplated. A detailed report of these conferencs. l.e was told, is In preparation and will bo TI rendered to the chamber of commerce within a few days. In the meantime the matter has been referred to the hotel committee f the chamber of commerce for further action. The question of a closer co-operation between all the different sections of Arizona waa brought forward for dis cussion. President Iloper urging the di rectors to rive the matter their close attention and to prepare plans of co operation with other parts of the state at the next meeting of the board of directors. The meeting adjourned after Capt. A. C. Taylor, chairman of the advertising committee of the chamber of com merce, had outlined plans for diverting tourists to this part of the state, CEMArEll F WILL MEET TOW With representatives ot 19 women's Clubs in attendance, the Central Ari zona Federation of clubs will hold Its semi-annual meeting at Peoria toddy. "CitUenship' will be tho keynote of the program and the principal speaker will be (iovernor Thomas K. Campbell. Governor Campbell was scheduled to spenk this attcrnoon but owing to af fairs of. state requiring his attention he will be on the morning program. Mrs. K. J. Flanigan of Bisbee, presi dent of the state federation of women's clubs, will be among the speakers, while other prominent club women to appear on the program are Mrs. II. D. Ross, state president of the federation of musical clubs and former president of the federation fow headed by Mrs. Flanigan. Another former president of the state federation who will con tribute sn address will be Mrs. II. A. Guild. Dr. Mary N ff "will also speak. Mrs. II. C. Ixickett. president of the district federation, will make an ad dress and there will be reports from officers of the federation and the fol lowing clubs affiliated with the federa tion: Woman's club of Phoenix, College club. Musicians' club. Harmony club, Madison Improvement club, Tempe Woman's club, Alhambra Neighbor hood club, Fowler Neighborhood club. Neighborhood club of the southsido, Osborn Woman's club, Peoria Woman's club. Woman's club of the Washington district, Wednesday Afternoon Social Circle, Olendale Woman's club. Wom an's club of Chandler, Woman's club of Mesa. Woman's club of Iaveen, Woman's club of 'Gilbert, and Woman's club of Florence. The executive board of the federa tion comprises Mrs. Lockett, preeidont; Mrs. C. A. Kobinson of Glendale, first vice president; Mrs, James S. Griffin, second vke president: Mrs. W. M. Heach of Mesa, treasurer; Mrs. George Harnum. recording secretary; Mrs. Grelg Scott, corresponding, secretary, and Mrs. A. M. Harmer of Chandler, auditor. W MUSTERED TROOP C Hi INTO STflE SERVICE Troop B. First Arizona Cavalry, is now not a dream but a reality, for at 8:30 o'clock last night the unit was formally mustered into the military service of the state. Tbe musier Al lowed federal Inspection of the troop by Ideut. Col. Oaujot of the . First Caralrr. stationed at Douglas, and after the ceremony coffee and Tie were served the men. Colonel Gaujot and Iieut. Tlerson, fllsht officer, came to Phoenix yester day in an army airplano, making the trip In an hour and 35 minutes. They will return to Douglas this morning. Troop B, the new local national guard organization, will be housed In a separate armory, it wrs announced last night, as soon as a suitable loca tion can be found. Horses, uniforms and complete equipment will be or dered t once. Officers of the newly organized troop are Capt. F. S. Tatch, of the Southwest Cotton company: First Lieut. W. W. Carpenter, cadet adjutant and science Instructor at the high achool; and Second Lieut. S. J. Holsinger, vocational education In structor at the Madison and Creighton schools. . In connection with the mustering in of Troop B. plans for an armory bull(J ing here were discussed at a dinner last night, attended by Colonel Gaujot, Lieut. Plerson, City Manager V. A. Thompson. Adjutant General Walter Ingalls, and the officers of the troop. o The Store of Better Values. Expert Service in Our Mall Order Department. Store Hours, 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. is MI NSK BAD CHECK Fred Argall yesterday was held to answer to the superior court by Justice McKee after a preliminary hearing on a charge of attempting to pass a ficti tious check. He was commHted to the county Jail when ne failed to fur nish a bond of $1000. The complaint was made by Sam Ballsun, who alleges Argall attempted to pass a check for $50 to him on October 23. Argall also Is charged with obtaining money and property ty means of a bogus check which Nat Kobn alleges Argall passed to him. The check was for $5.25 and .was drawn payable to cash and signed by .1. E. Brown." It was endorsed by F. S. Argall. Argall was also held to answer on this charge. It Is alleged in the first complaint that no such person exists as E. I Stuart. o HOPE NEVER DIES. We're hoping the twentieth amena ment will have something to do with protecting the rights of mere men. Cincinnati Enquirer. -Special Notice Regarding SWITZER'S STYLE SHOP SA.LE Of Late Season Styles at New Low Prices f ' '' - nt"' Charge purchases made todays Friday and Satur day (last three days of the month), will appear on statements' mailed on De-i cember 1st. ! aS'.at ir'! A living model will dis play last minute arrivals in Peggy Paige Dresses and Smart Fox Furs each after noon this week, and in our Adams Street, window Sat urday evening. 0r Phone 4391 Established 1862 Highland Linen Made in five beautiful colors for my ladye to choose from white, pink, blue, grey, violet and chamois special. , 65c Per Box Sheets 72x90 firmly woven sheets and made with an excess of dressing. $1 AT OCT! OLDWATE1 ELM SILK SALE STYLE SHOP Corner Adams St. at First Ave. Balke Bldg. ; The most wonderful fabric of all ages, worn by those who appreciate that "something different" which make for refinement and distinct Individuality. ' ' ' Always has the black color silk been one of dignity when worn by maid or matron. On all occasions people for either formal or Informal social functions. The vogue of this season has been to the black and. the soal of correct apparel is assured those who choose It for their raiment. 44-INCH BLACK COSTUME VELVET Please noto the width of this beautiful fabric. The color is absolutely fast and the quality is a "Goldwater" standard, especially priced at this sale. 40-INCH BLACK CREPE TAFFETA That soft, beautiful silk that everyone delights In having gowns made from. The season's new color trimmings would look good with this mer chandise. 36-INCH BLACK DUTCHESS SATIN of the heavy quality. This fabric Is very durable and should make a beautiful gown. 86.95 Yd $3.00 Yd Special 3.75 40-INCH BLACK CHIFFON VELVET That soft. iJcautiful, fine quality that we all delight in possessing The best of merchandise In Fhoenix today. Extra special. 40-INCH BLACK CREPE METEOR Well worth your looking at. It will make a charming gown for that social function of next month. - 40-INCH BLACK SATIN SUBLIME Truly, Indeed is this a sublime piece of merchandise. A rich color and pretty jsoft silk. , $2.95 Yd . $3.25 Y"d $8.50 Y"d 36-INCH BLACK TAFFETA A little heavier than the aboe mentioned. One that will com bine beauty and durability. This is an excep tional offering. Sp". $2.35 ' 33-INCH BLACK SKINNER TAFFETA That has a reputation tho world over as Xo. one of the better wearing fabrics. You can buy for beauty and refinement In a gown. We can recommend this grada. sPcia1' $3.25 Yd . 40-INCH BLACK CHIFFON TAFFETA Especially good for an evening gown. Will make up wonderfully well. ' Special $2.95 Yrd 36-INCH BLACK COSTUME VELVET The fabric Dame Fashion has decreed as correct. Absolutely a fast color. Sp;i $5.95" Yard Serge and Silk for Our Sweethearts, The Children . The youngsters deserve the hest of practical things. Nothing more serviceable for them than serge or silk dresses. An extra touch to childhood is added by the quaint trimmings that lend color to rose bud cheeks. Charming and pretty are the styles and the braid trim med serges for weiht make an extra durable school garment. For those comins parties f winter an extra silk drt-ss adds a great deal of pleasure. 1 $9.95 T0 $39.50 SECOND FLOOR Open Goods and the -Royal Society Packages have been radically reduced In price to meet the new conditions that are created by the unstaple market conditions. A fuU news paper column would be required to quote each individual reduction our stock being so lare. We ask the indulgence of thoso of our good friend to come and visit our Art Needlework department, where courteous salesfolks will tie only too pleased to display for your fancy all the new merchandise. MEZZANINE FLOOR Most Excellent Values in Fall Shoes BOYS' SHOES on a standard unaon army UsU Regular army stock used to make them. A healthy boy w il lhavo a hard time kicking holes in them. Sizes 9-132 SS.45 size. 1-6 $7.85 MISSES' PATENT DRESS BUTTON SHOES, with turn soles. They come In black and white kid tops, ail sizes, all widths, sizes 11 Vs l "Black Top, 6.45 40-INCH BLACK CREPE MJETEOR of that extra heavy quality. The grade that has been so extremely hard to obtain for some time past. An extra special price, $3.95 Yd 40-INCH BLACK CREPE METEOR of the heaviest weight. A most beautiful material for an evening gown distinctiveness and refine- " Special 5.95 Yard . 36-INCH BLACK MESSALINE A suitable material for the growing girl of 16 years. Our trimming department can help you to make your selection. Special $1.49 Yard 36-INCH BLACK DUTCHESS SATIN Is an other wqiiderful piece of merchandise that deft fingers can transform to a beautiful gown. 40-INCH BLACK CREPE DE CHINE A beautiful fabric to make up for that grown girl. Our trimming department can help won derfully with suggestion. Special $1.29 Special 2.65 Special 3.45 36-INCH BLACK SKINNER'S SATIN One thatis known the world over as the best. Express Today Brought New Dresses 40-INCH BLACK CREPE DE CHINE Of a heavy quality,. full width and will cut to make a beautiful gown. sPial $1.95 Yard 40-INCH BLACK CREPE DE CHINE A truly lustrous silk in a quality we can recom mend as being one of the better kind. sPial $2.75 Yard 40-INCH BLACK CREPE DE CHINE The heaviest quality we carry. A grade that would make a garment that would be tery durable and "beautiful garment. SPial 3.25 Yard .... 36 INCH BLACK TAFFETA of an excellent quality. Will make a smart gown at a, mini mum cost. Special 1.95 Yard Week End Specials Women's Hosiery COTTON HOSE In a good as sortment of standard colors black, brown, and white. Extra special 3 Pair $1.00 FULL FASHIONED LI8LE HOSE In an excellent quality; colors, brown, black and white. 50c Pct PaUr HOSE FIBRE SILK WOMEN'S In all the better shade 79c Spi Pure Silk, eejnl-fasaioned. in all the wanted shades $1.19 "Women's Pure Silk Semi-fashioned hose, one that ahowe Its good tnallty in brown, black and white. $1.39 Pure thread sSk full fashioned hose, gray, brown, black and white, a very excellent quality at our special price $2.75 sf all the newer styles worn In the large eastern cities. Created es pecially for late Fall wear and having those touches of styitngs that are now In vogue there. The long blouse effect, collarlcss in the round or square, long or short sleeves, embroidered braided lace collars and vestees. The heavy all wool French serges make a serviceable gown for Informal wear. Crepes, Duvctyn, Velvets Satin, Jerseys and Tricotlne can be made to serve the double purpose for formal or informal occasions. There is, an ample selection to choose from and the most exacting will not find it hard to suit her pleasure of color stylings or trimmings. Prices $29.50 to $275.00 SECOND FLOOR e Brushed-Tuxeudo Wool Scarfs Full length scarfs made in all the newer color combinations so popular with young women. Brush finished, long fringes and charm ing Jacquard Tuxeudos. " White ToPl 7.45 Ladies' Suede Oxfords in a good black color, light welt soles, covered Lou'.s hels, Imitation Hp, medium vamp $12.45 LADIES' BROWN KID OXFORDS With a lipht welt sole, leather Cuban"heel and imitation tip $10.45 MEZZANINE FLOOR $8.95 Special SECOND FLOOR 'Tis Through Being Unusual New Blouses have taken the prefix over. Since Joining the ultra smart they have lived up to their name. Blrarre sashes.' many dashes of color, charming new bead finishes, square or round coilarlese effects, short or long sleeves and th new silk stitching that add the Parisian effect of distinct smartness. The colors arc wonderful for their brightness being able to how better in the popular materials of this soason uvetyn. Velvet Georg ette. Charmeuse Satin Taffeta and Jersey Cloth. New arrivals they all are and truly welcomel they will be by smart dressers. SECOND "FLOOR- New Vogue Millinery Tronounce the black velvet hat one of the ultra smart creations for the late Fall wear ing. Nothing more charming has Hanra Fashion ever put her seal of approval on than black velvet trimmed with a smart dash of color. The combination of black velvet and metallio cloth of either gold or silver makes a "Chapeau" as the French say, of In describable charm. Tou would be delighted to se a new off-the-face mode made with the new silk stitching. It has enough of pretty combina tions to give that extreme smart effect of being distinctly different. The coming social functions put Just such an obligation on the well dressed woman. Her headwear must be of that distinct in " dividuality that it will have that "differ ence"' so much sought after. MAIN FLOOR Vestees. Where the decrees of Fashion are heeded the knowledge of the part the vestee plays In the dress of particular women are well known. We have them on display In the newer models, made with pin tucks of Irish lace, French Val enciennes and round threads. ' The n?wer vogue has put Its eeal ' ot approval on Irish lace and we can tdiow many smart and .distinct styles made with It and a combi nation of French Valencies. $4.50 TO $10.00 MAIN FLOOR Consult An Expert Cor setiere Before Purchasing That New Gown The proper draping of your gown depends entirely upon the corset. Just purchasing a corset will not Improye the condition of an Im proper hang of the dress. Distinctive Individuality will come to any gown' If our. expert corset -icres are consulted, their services are pralis to you, whenever you heed them. Our corset shop displays the standarl back and front lace cor-s-ts In makes that are renowned fr their excellence of quality and proper fitting models.