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PAGE NINE THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1920 jllllllllillBlllllllllllBI HERE AND THERE IN THE SHOPS EOIIinilllB v 1 I, QLINICS conducted In large hospitals bring together the best in the med ical and surgic; profession. The re sult the patient receives the benefit of special and Intelligent service. It's much the same at Simpson's Garage a corps of trained mechanics this man with years behind him devoted to honest endeavor to perfect himself alongf some particular line that man recognized as worthy of your confi dence as well as mine. Men of this type take your car In hand when some thing goes wrong. They must satisfy you. because before the car carries the 'completed" card It must satisfy Simp son or Haxrx Byrd, his foreman. Try kjimpeon's service once at his Invita tion. Simpson believes your own in clination, will bring you back. JgUTINO a piano or a player-piano is not an every day event, hence most people appreciate buying an in strument of this importance from a house of long standing and sound rep utation. The Redewill Music company have been selling pianos in Ariaona for over 39 years, during which time they have handled almost every high grade make on the market. Hence, when you buy a piano at Redewilla, you get the benefit of their long experience with the instruments that stand up best In this dry climate. The Redewill Music company has recently enlarged and redecorated their beautiful sales rooms at 222-224 "West Washington street, and the display of their high grade pianos and players affords a musical treat that can not be equaled anywhere in the state. Kedewills sell co many pianos that they buy them In full carload lots which enables them to price their Instruments far below the prices charged In the smaller piano stores -about the city or state. With every piano or player purchased of them, the Redewill Music company gives their customers a guarantee with exchange privileges that simply leaves no room for dissatisfaction of any na ture. These are a few of the reasons hy the Redewill Music company is known as the "firm that made Arizona musical." TV TAKE this one a real Thanksgiving by putting a Victrola In your home. The Berryhill company at 42-58 East Washington street, carry a very de lightful selection of these superior mu sical entertainers and they cheerfully demonstrate them for you whether you Intend buying one now or later. They have all the models from the little $25 No. IV to the beautiful model XVII for $350 In mahogany, oak or walnut to harmonize with your furnishings. Most people hesitate to buy a Victrola under the mistaken impression that to do so requires an outlay of too much ready cash. To remove this impression. The Berryhill company is now featuring the large, attractive Model X, in any finish, with 20 selections of Victrola Records, for only $33.50 down and the balance in easy monthly payments. This plan enables everyone to have one of these beautiful entertainers In their home without inconveniencing themselves in thq matter of a large in itial investment either on the instru ment cr the records. JN a month" and a day or two Christ- , CJAY what you will of "personality mas will be here the gift-giving season when we remember those we love with some pretentious offering or a tiny token perhaps. If "some little thing" is to be the selection, or if a more elaborate gift in keeping with the Yuletlde spirit the holiday shopper ex hibits the same care in the purchase. At the Graves Indian Shop, which has been rightly termed the House of the Thousand Gifts, we found scores of cases being unpacked revealing ex quisitely artistic novelties of metal in laid with silver. Charming vases and candlesticks, clever desk sets, distinc tive tobacco jars, odd trays, in fact all the novel holiday fancies but unusual in their artistic make-up. Discrimi natingly selected, their decorative value and their great charm of form and color in addition to their useful ness make of them the gifts ideal. modes'' as shown in the shops when , it comes to individual styling, tho frock must be created to order to express personal preferences. The woman who seek3 personality in dress knows that Just as she knows she can not go to anyone to have her gown constructed. She rmist go to one who has made dress a study, who is a de signer, an artist, as well as a builder. There Is such a one in Phoenix the Weatheholt Style Shop, 143 West Mun roe street, where smart tailored things suits and sports apparel are fea tured as well as the day time frocks and gowmr'of dainty individuality, with fascinating garnitures of embroidery, festoons of beads, huge bows of ribbon differing widely as women's tastes differ. ' For the holiday season and after wear the Weatheholt Style Shop should be consulted. rPODAY or tomorrow perhaps you will do your Thanksgiving market ing and in preparing your list naxt to where you have Jotted down "olives ' mark the word Gregg. The quality and flavor of the Gregg olive places it far in advance of any other and if you would serve the very best be sure and ask your grocer for Gregg's Olivette brand. The Gregg " Olive company's olives are packed in tins. A MAN we all know quite well said to me the other day that he never tried to argue with a woman. He also said that when he was in the wrong he did not furnish lengthy apologies, but on one of his cards wrote "I'm sor ry," which he enclosed In a box of Brown's chocolates. The foolish man thought that the card brought forgive ness, but between us, it was the box of delicious chocolates he sent from Boeh mer's Drug store. There they have a variety of chocolates Nunnally's can dles too, or if you prefer those of Jevne make, your taste can bo gratified at Boehrner's. PROCRASTINATION will find you in much the same position as the young woman who spent the week after Christmas in mailing New Year's cards. The McNeil company Is showing, a va riety of Interesting Christmas greeting cards which we would advise you to look over before the customary rush of the fortnight preceding the holiday. A thought should be given to every card sent out for the personal note Is in corporated in each line which comes to one at Yuletlde. Smart stationery, letter and note paper and correspon dence cards is a McNeil Christmas sug gestion. VOU won't enjoy your Thanksgiving turkey, or any other meal, if your teeth are not in the perfect condition that they should be. With the remark able progress made in modern dent istry, there is no real reason why any one should jeopardize their health and digestion with tho poor mastication that results from neglected teeth. Dr. Morrison, whose dental offices are at 3 East Washington street, employs only the highest degree of professional skill and maintains his own laboratory where all of their plate and bridge- work is made with the best facilities and finest materials that can be pro cured. The ever 'growing number of l'hoenix men and women who have been treated under Doctor Morrison's Sanitary System, enthusiastically at test to the splendid quality and satis faction of their dental work. This en viable reputation has attracted such 'a volume of dental work to the Doctor Morrison dental offices that he is en abled to give his patients "Better Dentistry for Less Money." When you have any dental work of any character whatsoever done at Doctor Morrison's offices, you get the benefit of his con stant touch with the latest accomplish ments of science, medicine and surgery in their relationship to the teeth. Ex aminations and estimates are free, hence every patient knows Just what his dental needs are and what the treatment of those needs will cost be fore the work is done. The safest and most economical insurance of good teeth is accomplished by a regular semiannual examination of your teeth bv these exDert dentists who have every skill and facility to insure your absolute satisfaction. fHOOSINO a phonograph for one's home is a pleasant ..task in the new store of the Cass Redewill company at 226 West Washington street. In the moid el soundproof demonstration rooms, ene can hear their favorite se lections on nearly every standard make of machine and compare the different medels, for this store has the largest stock of phonographs in Arizona. Tne only, difficulty is making the final choice of one machine because all or them offer so much in beauty of cabi net work and sweetness of tone. One machine that is especially attractive is the combination library table phono graph made by the Burnham company. Another machine with a strong appeal U the sweet toned Brunswick, which plays all makes of records, but what eer one's taste or length of purse may be, one is sure to find a model that , meets every requirement. rpO BE A YEAR IN ADVANCE IN prices is the policy that has been adopted by Hanny's, a policy to our way of thinking that might be said to be a good, straightforward American way of doing business. There would be no spirit of unrest and discontent if every merchant pledged himself to lower the cost of living as llanny has done by his revision of the price program. Take for instance the Hart Schaffner & Marx suits and overcoats which have been priced at $33, while the most exclu sive fabrics, silk lined, in suits and overcoats are being sold for $48.50 and $68.50. Hanny's also handles Luxite hose for women, made of fine grade, pure silk thread, full fashioned, at 50 cents below the usual price. The hose which suggest Christmas are sold for $2.00 and $2.50. c TTOUSES are made wholly or In part of lumber. And it is essential that the lumber should be of the right qual ity and the right price; that it should always be available; that ft can be had when 'it is needed. It, therefore, makes a difference where you get your lum ber. It should be procured from affirm which handles lumber in large quan tities to get the advantage of the lowest prices. It should a'.so be a firm whose stock is never at any point depleted. Then, as to the quallt yof the lumber. It must come from a firm with a record of service and square dealing. Such a firm is the Haltead company. And this is the time not only to begin to consider, but to decide, that you will build a home. This is the Thanksgiv ing season, and there is nothing that that wife of yours would be so thankful for as a home. Prices are lower than they were when so many hesitated to build. They are probably as low as they will be within their period when you will need a home on earth. And then, when you are building your home, you are materially assisting In the work of reconstruction as well as of construction. You had better announce to your wife this morning that you have ddd to build a home and that you are going over to the oriioes or tne jiaisteaa Lumber company to arrange the details. THANK goodness I don't have to wash dishes any more, for of all the household tasks, to me, dishwash ing is the most disagreeable." This would be the statement made by any woman on receiving a Western Electric dishwasher which is handled "here . by the New State Electric Supply and FixtuTe company. When the machine is not in use washing dishes it is an up-to-date, sanitary and most practi cal kitchen table. All one has to do Is to stack the dishe9 and place them in the rack. press a button and presto the ma chine does the rest. rpuRNING our attention to cars we went directly to the Franklin agency on West Adams street, knowing the Franklin's reputation established by its performance not only in public tests but more important still in every day use. We found with Franklin there is never any worry about tires. Frank lin owners average only one puncture to every 4,141 miles, with practically no blowouts in the entire life of a set 12,500 miles. Never any cooling trou bles, either no draining and refilling of radiators, no antl-freeze mixtures in winter, no boiling in hot weather or on long grades. The flexibility of the car and direct air cooling enabling the owner ta it -wltlimit rufitrtrHnn rf road or season. For all-year all around 1 use we discovered it has no equal. A BRILLIANT assemblage of the smart authentic modes with each hat representing some clever feature or dominating note of the season's fashions are to be found at the Fashion Millinery. Some are originations from the leading ateliers while others are exclusive Btyles from the workroom of the Fashion distinctive in both de sign and color. They possess an indi viduality which is the most important feature in millinery whether severely simple or a smart duvetyne or metallic hat stunning with its ostrich motif. The resumption of social activities finds the shop prepared to meet the various needs of every occasion with its collec tion of celever chapeaus. YSflTH always a thought to appear ance the clever woman will give more than a little attention to "hef crown of glory" realizing that nothing has so much to do with her looks as the manner in which 6he dresses her hair. Even if she goes in for sim plicity it must be simplicity of the sort that is becoming a lesson she can learn at the Jefferson Hair Store, ff she favors the popster mole sho will resort to this shop, too, for the beau tiful permanent wave which they fea ture using a steam process. Hair col oring and bleaching are emphasized there with the idea of youth and beauty value. The marcellng Is exceptionally well done and to us there is no etytt more graceful. WITH cold winter days approaching, firtil Via Atiin Aua r, P (Via V. r -v -i v a quires a thought to the heating situa tion. The Standard Furniture com pany. Incorporated, has the exclusive agency for the "Jackson Bell coaloil heater making the smallest and the largest manufactured. The heaters are non-explosive and odorless and give sufficient heat to make agreeable a room of any size even when the tem perature causes you to keep close watch of the thermometer. Sheet iron and wood and coal burners as well are carried by the company, which it may interest you tn know is still al lowing a discount of 20 percent on Its comforters and blankets, the discount also applying to dressers. A pre-war price on rugs by a 30 per cent discount is Interesting many shoppers. The rugs are ordinarily priced at from $50 to $2C0 aid a 30 per cent discount Is to bo considered. The Standard Furni ture Company, Incorporated, carries a general line having practically every thing for the home in the way of fur ' nishings. HAVE you a beauty secret shared t 11111. . . J 1 j i u y Dy a. mue trciumicu uisn in your boudoir? If you are a woman you have. The secret we wager has to do with toilet preparations the cream used to remove the tiny, clinging dust specks that work deep into the skin, the powder that takes away the "shiny" appearance, the rouge that lends just the necessary touch of color and the refreshing toilet water! Knowing women's ways, more or less, we can truthfully say that any one of these would make an acceptable Christmas gift not forgetting to add perfume which like the other toilet necessaries Is a preparation of Mrs. Hawthorne A. A., Oxford university, and to be had at the Adams Hair Stre. 1311 y f tosmri YT7IIEN we were little fellows . we were'told to take care of the pen nies' and the dollars would take care of themselves. It made a rather lasting impression which has had its influence in our later shopping days, and led us to do our buying where we rould in deed look to our pennies." We have found that we have been able to save quite a few ce:ts on practically- every article we have purchased from J. V. Penny and company. Even the staple things are there for less money than at other shops. .There is satisfaction, too, in belne able to buy not one thing at a bargain but all our needs at reduced price. J. C. Penny and company la es tablished at Third avenue and Wash ington street. fies at a lesser price. Elastic they are that seem Just part of one and yet influence the figure. Surgical corsets. too, are featured in this shopper Vhich, by the way, also offers perfectly fasci nating smocks and aprons of various colored crepes with telling touches of handwork. Dainty hand needled tin derthlngs are there to tempt the holi day shopper and if milady has Ideas of her own her orders will be carried out. VyilAT are your plans for Thanks giving day? How delightful it would be to take a long drive in yqur own Liberty Six automobile. Go in then and talk it over with ono of the staff of the Holmes Motor Sales company. 247 North First street. . SINCE the embargo has been lifted, pany has secured a splendid collection of imported china including Haviland dinner sets. The range of selection is not limited to French china but in cludes also Austrian and Bavarian ware with potteries from England ati'i Japan as well. Lovely hand-painted ware from the highest grade stud Us in Am?rica Pic1rrd china in fact stun ning book ends, distinctive door stops, unique candy jars, bits of Italian marble, hand carved wood of which has been wrought fruit bowls and candle sticks, are just a few of the gift things there, while a 25 per cent discount on Libbeys cut glass will make It, too, a popular holiday purchase. A REAL ARTIST came to Phoenix when the Arizona Seed and Floral company secured the services of Mr. . Selvers of San Francisco. In the brief space of time that he has been here he has already made a decided impression as a florist of note and one to be de pended upon in the matter of appoint ments for any smart social function. Mr. Selvers rather features table bas kets in his decorative schemes and has many novel ideas in decorations for the Thanksgiving. He not only personally supervises the arrangements of the club or home but also gives his atten tion tar the corsage or any form of bouquet ordered. His wlor and flower combinations are unusually beautiful. The Arizona Seed and Floral company has developed its potted plant and fern department having numerous charming greens which with a greeting card would provide pleasure on Thaksglving day. rpHE RESTLESS SEX," Robert A Chambers' latest novel, starring Marlon Davies will be the special Thanksgiving feature at the Strand theater, opening with the holiday mat inee and continuing three days. The photoplay comes direct to Phoenix from Los Angeles, where It enjoyed a nine weeks' run, the longest record ever accorded a picture in the coast city. It is a Paramount special, elab orately staged and artistically directed. Matinees are a feature at the Strand with orchestration and organ numbers In the afternoons as well as in the evenings. TF ONXS frock would achieve that Illusive but most desirable distinc tion smartness one must learn to concede to fashion's greatest demand to be correctly corseted. Whether one is slender or leans a bit more to ward the bouffant silhouette it is as necessary to have the corset fitted by an expert corsetierre. At Rodifers Petite Corset Shoppe, 208 West Wash ington street, we discovered a young business woman who appreciate that a gown to be built cleverly must have a real foundation. She guarantees her fittings whether your choice is an ex pensive model or a corset which satis- work. "CiRANKLY speaking you need not be an expert to Judge such exceptional value they speak for themselves in a language of worth and honesty. Yy D. SMITH, who has a charming little shop In the Strand theater building has made adequate prepara tions to meet the holiday demands. His display cases are filled with typical examples of Christmas stock distinctive brooches, handsome rings; pearls, bracelet watches, and a world of silver novelties. Mr. Smith is an expert Jew eler by the way and features repair r- - - - ."' " y 'BATHHOUSE JQHfJ OR IIS IK'-UMCH WILL STEP iSIDE? Which will it be, "Hinky Dink" or "Bathhouse John?" That question does not mean a great deal in most sections of the country, but In Chicago political circles It has caused much speculation ever since it became known that the 50-ward plan with one al derman to the ward had carried in th- election, displacing the present Ja Mird division of the city with two al dermen to the ward. ' One need not have lived In Chicago to have heard of Michael J. ("HinKy Dink") Kenna and John J. "Bathhouse for their nicknames are known almost ss widely as the name of their cltv. but one cannot ruuy appreciate why the whole town is guessing on their future unless he naa fflt the undercurrent of their power. The old "first" ward has been a thorn in the flesh of Chicago's "re form element" for more years than rr.ost of them can remember, and "Ulnky Dink" nd "Bathhouse" have been the first ward, eo far as the city touiu il wad onccrr.rd. rriliticLitis of the eld barrel house n licol, K-ni;a arid C'"uu:hliu have r5- .1 f.ist friends ttiro'ifh all the dUnlim; tho power and tho s.itNf ictnrilv to both and rar- - ' pit. 1 f tv. a n y .ffrrtB the Tt- t.i.i'.r, t I MI'S. fact, they rather encouraged opposition formers made to dislodge them. In for it gave them publicity and they were sure of their hold on their con stituency so that the outcome at elec tion was the least of their worries. Even the coming of woman suffrage caused only a temporary ripple of un easiness in the first ward. There was a woman candidate for alderman and she made a strong campaign. She op pealed to the women voters with prom ises to put the barrel house ring out fiT business, and her election looked cer tain. But when the votes were counted at the end of election day it was found that the women had voted for tho old order in about the same proportion as the men always had. And so "Hinky Dink" and "Bath house John" are still running their ward in the same old way, modified, of course, to conform in whatever de gree is exptdient to the requirements of' the "dry" amendment. They have both grown rich and they're both get ting along toward the retiring age, and one or tho other must quit perforce us alderman. Wherefore Chicago politi cians and newspapers are wondering which will step out Just how f.ir their friendship will carry them or whether they will decide to stick together as friends and both give way to some outsider, eo that there can be no ex cuse for a quarrel over patronage. Reams have been wrlten about the picturesque ward bosses, but it may not be amiss to sketch them Benin lightly as they puss. Both are prod ucts of the ward they have ruled so long and both were educated mainly in that most practical of schools, the open street. Kenna was a bootblack and newsboy and they do say there was none better in either trade. His famcus nickname was acquired in that period whence or why no one seems to remember. As he grew up, slender, blue-eyed, blond and soft spoken, he developed a magnetic personality that drew politicians about him and a fund of practical common sense that made them listen to his suggestions. When he grew beyond the bootblack and newsboy age he invested his sav ings in a saloon the obvious way to wealth and power in those days. Ha made it the largest saloon in Chicago,' and gave it a name that attracted the workingmen and proceeded to get himself elected alderman. He was a personal friend to everyone in the ward who showed a disposition to re ciprocate. He looked after the sick i and the needy and it is said that no body, whether a voter in the ward or not, ever appealed in vain.. to "Hinky Dink" for genuinely needed aid. He was always immaculately dressed and his general appearance was about as ! far removed from the ward boss of the cartoons as could be imagined. Coughan was Kcnna'a opposite In every way. Heavy of build, with black eyes under beetling brows, a heavy, black mustache and a mop of bristly hair that stuck up in an ag Kre.ssive pompadour. His saroria! ideas ran to cheeks and vivid stripes. He, too, grew up in the streets of the first ward, selling newspapers and doing odd Jobs until he graduated into a rubber in a Turkish bathhouse, which he later bought, from which he derived the nickname that has gone abroad. He had a natural bent for the practical side of politics and was a wonder at rounding up votes. He ac quired control of every cheap lodging hours in the ward and he kept them all full and saw that eve it "resident" voted. Naturally it was not long before the two bosses recognized the fact that their talents could do good team work and they formed a partnership. "Hinky Dink furnished the brains of the com bination and "Bathhouse" the motive power. They divided the proceeds of the wardfaa they pleased, collected tribute in every quarter and smiled at the efforts of the reformers who perennially sought to dethrone them. Occasionally when the pressure of public opinion became too strong to be ignored they yielded gracefully Slid modified their methods to suit the times. A notable examaple was the chang ing of the annual first ward "ball" into a "concert" a few years ago. The ball, which was an ancient and accepted means of raising campaign funds in the ward and Incidentally enriching the personal coffers of the bosses, had de generated into an orgy that even the first ward couldn t stand for. The po lice threatened raids and the hall where it was held was more than ance the target for dynamite bombs. So the name was changed, but it Is Said that those who attended didn't notice any difference in the action. The private life of the two partners has been as different as their personal appearance. And therein their various biographers have found additional cause for wonderment over their fast and lasting friendship. Kenna has been a world traveler and a patron of the arts. Couglin's leaning has been to the roueher sports and his longest trip away from Chicago is said to have been to a ranch in tho neighborhood of Den ver. His hobby has been farming and he owns a good one, where of late years he has spent much of his spare time. Bolshevik Closing On Military Force Of General Semenof Republican A. P. Leased Wire TOKIO. Nov. 21 General Semenoff, leader of antl-bolshevik forces in the territory of east of Lake Baikal' faces a critical situation and his fail Is im minent, says one of his headquarters officers here. He charges the Japanese high command with breaking faith with General Semenoff and says the policy of General Oi, commander of Japanese troops in Siberia, is to keep that region stirred up and prevent the formation of buffer state between soviet Russia and the Far Eastern republic. General Semenoff is now at M4nchuli station, southeast of Chita, and is being hemmed in by bolsheviki and Mongols. Negotiations are constantly going on between the Japanese, Chinese, Rus sian, bolsheviki, Mongols and officers loyal to General Semenoff, it is said. o Chicago Bishop Says Inter-Church World Movement Insolvent Republican A. P. Leased Wire NEW YORK. Nov. 21. Bishop Thomas Nicholson of Chicago, chair man of the reorganization committee in charge of the liqudation of the ac counts of the Inter church world movement tonight issued a statement declaring th3t the movement is not solvent. The treasury contained only about JlOOj.OO to liquidate floating in debtedness and for overhead expenses in the short time necessary for the committee to complete its work, he said. Important Train Changes Arizona Eastern and kific Effective November 21, 1920 Southern Departs From No. 21 For Local Points: Leave Phoenix 4:40 a. m. instead of 5 :20 a. m. No. 105 Los Angeles Train, also carries El Paso Sleeper. Leave N Phoenix 6:25 p. m. in stead of 6:30 p. m. 23 For Tucson and No. Arrives No. 106 Los Angeles train now leaves Los Angeles 5:00 p. m. Ar rives Phoenix 9 :00 a. m. instead of 8:15 a. m. Special fining car ser vice on this train. No. 24 Connection from the East and Tucson. Arrive Phoenix 10:45 p. m. instead of 10:55 p. m. Phoenix Eastern Points: Leave Phoenix 11:00 p. m. in stead of 9:30 p. m. Carries sleeper for Tuc son and Douglas. o. iuesa. .Florence, Winkelman Train: Leave Phoenix 10 :00 a. m. instead of 9 :00 a. m. Phoenix No. 22 Connection from Eastern points arrives Phoenix 11:10 a. m. in stead of 11:05 a. m. No. 28 From Winkel man now makes connec tion with the evening train for Los Angeles and points east at Tempe instead of Phoe nix, this train arriving Phoenix 6:50 p. m. in stead of 5:55 p.m.