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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1920
PAGE THREE
FOURTH DAY OF
Men's -Genuine VcIoot Hats
One-Half Price
Men's Genuine Velour Hats, in the very latest blocks, in brown, black and
green. A Hat of class and style, , in every size. A regular full 7 50
$15.00 value, choice
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5800 Added To Anti-Tuberculosis
Fund In Day
Christmas Seal Sale Meets
Ready Response
Eight hundred dollars was added to
the anti-tuberculosis fund through the
al of health bonds and Christmas
eals yesterday,, bringring the total
.mount realized from the four days'
drive to $3,650.
. Benjamin Rice and J. W. Sadler head
ed the team which brought In the Irish
core of 577 yesterday. Tim work
ers under F. O. Paino added $120 to
the fund and $103 was realized from
the booths.
Leaders in the campalgm for an anti
tuberculosis fund with which to carry
on health work In Maricopa county ex
pressed the opinion last night that the
coal of $10,000 originally set would be
more than doubled before the drive
was brought to a close Christmas eve.
Predictions are being freely made
among the workers that the original
goal will be reached 1n this the first
week of the drive.
"By its active interest and liberal
response to this work Phoenix and
Maricopa county has indicated an ap
preciation and desire for a permanent
clinic here," was the comment of T. C.
Cuvellier, executive secretary of the
Arizona Anti-Tuberculosis association.
"PJneouraged by this attitude of the
people here,, a. special committee,
brought together Wednesday night, de
cided to establish a permanent clinic
by the first of January. I'art of the
money realized from this drive will be
devoted to this institution. However,
renerous portion of the general fund
will be reserved to give the children a
real outing next summer. All the
money obtained in hls campaign will
be devoted to bettering" conditions in
Maricopa county."
Much Interest In Drive
So great la the Interest in this cam
paign for a worthy home cause that
many have called the headquarters at
$00 Bast Adams street to ascertain
w nether money can be sent direct. Ar
rangements have been made to receive
and credit all donations addressed to
.the Maricopa Anti-Tuberculosis asso
ciation, $00 East Adams street, and
much money will be turned over to the
general fund for which it is designated.
Thte arrangement has been made be
cause of the Impossibility of reaching
all the people who desire to contribute
through personal solicitation. This was
Illustrated by a woman who brought
10 to the headquarters yesterday. She
aid ahe had the money ready, expect
ing one of the canvassers to call. When
ahe returned home from a trip to the
city yesterday she was Informed hy
Br maid that the campaign worker
bad made the visit She Immediately
took the envelope containing1 the $10
ahe had laid aside direct to 300 East
Adams street.
"These workers are good enough to
donate their services," she declared,
and It would be very unjust of me to
expect thera to make a second call at
my home."
More volunteer workers are i eeded.
There la work to be done at headquar
ters which only requires a fhort time
In the evening.
The Council of Jewish WomjJi will
be In charge of the booth at the rost
office today; Daughters of the King
(of Trinity Pro-Cathedral) will have
charge of the Central pharmacy bocth,
and the Woman's club the booth at
Ooldwater's.
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WOULD-BE ELOPERS CAUGHT
NOG ALES, Dec. 9. Myrtle Williams.
37. and Harold Nigh, 22, elopers from
Olobe, were overtaken today by the
father of the girl at the office of a
physician while Nigh was having the
doctor dress Injuries caused when the
motorcycle on which the couple trav
eled overturned on the Tucson road
this morning. The police held Nigh on j
a charge of theft In connection with the 1
motorcycle. The father took his daugh
ter home.
Weekly Special
NO. 2
90-Ib. Sack of
Ari-Zona Brand
Laying Mash
Value $3.75
and
A 3-lb. box of
Poultry
Mustard
Value $1.25
Both for
$4.35
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The greatest value giving on high class up to date mep's wear. Suits from some of the
greatest and best tailors in America. Suits of fine worsteds, all wool serges, tweeds and cassi
mere, in every style from stouts to slims, tails to shorts all now at -
ne-TMrd Less
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An Extraordinary Special
Suits at o o o o o o . .
Just received another shipment of 150 men's all wool khaki-colored serge suits in a belted
Norfolk modfcl that is a winner. One of the most serviceable medium priced suits made all
sizes a genuine full $35.00 value now only OO
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY PRICES AND VALUES TAIK ,
VEM1ATS: im, '
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Flannel Shiurfcs
Your choice of any flannel or serge
shirt now in stock
33i. Discount
Undcsniric
HOP EARLY
Avoid the Ruish
Do It Now .
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE BOSTON STORE
All Wool Sweaters
Men's all wool V-neck, sleeveless sweat
ers; heavy knit; $7.50 values
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Basement
The Recognized Bargain Headquarters of Phoenix
ilhioes at Afosolofcelhr Less Than Cost 'to Manuacfauur
UP'
Positively the Greatest Shoe Values Ever Off ered.
, "It Pays to Trade at the Boston Store"
MEN'S FINE SHOES
Men's fine dress shoes in
Tan and Black leathers.
Blucher style, all sizes. Regular $10.00 IK KQ
values. Former special price $7.45, now vU.Ut
MEN'S BLACK CALF SHOES
Men's Black Calf Shoes of special quality leather in
either Blucher or Bal model. Regular $7.50 QJ
values. Former special price $5.25, now vtl.t
MEN'S DRESS SHOES
Men's Dress Shoes of two-tone -Brown Calf. Regu
lation Bal model. All sizes. Regular $10.00 values.
Former special price $6.45, CM Q A
now t)'(Jk
MEN!S ARMY SHOES
Men's Army Shoes, made on regulation Munson last.
All sizes. A great value. Regular $6.50 values. For
mer special price $4.95, S3 7X
Another lot of Men's Army Shoes on the Munson last.
All sizes. Regular $5.50 value. Former (gO QH
special price $3.98, now '
MEN'S ELK SKIN SHOES
Men's Elk Skin Shoes, the shoe of comfort and ser
vice. All sizes. $3.45 values, (go PJQ
now vt
Blartcete
WOMEN'S COMFORT SHOES
One lot of Women's Comfort shoes with low rubber
heels; wide, easy lasts. Regular $7.50 values. For
mer special price $4.95, 71
MEN'S KID SLIPPERS
Men's fine Kid Slippers for house wear. The house
shoe of comfort. $5.95 values, ' jj J
MEN'S HOUSE SLIPPERS
Men's Black and Tan Kid Romeo House Slippers.
All sizes; $3.95 values, j2 97
MEN'S FELT SLIPPERS
Men's Felt House Slippers, both in leather and
padded soles. Regular $2.25 values, jJ
Children's Felt Slippers, 98c values, now 74c
Children's House Slippers, $1.25 values, now . .94c
Infants' House Slippers, $1.00 values, now ,...75c
LADIES' HIGH TOP SHOES
One lot of women's high top shoes in Brown, Grey
and Black; cloth tops and leather tops. All sizes.
Regular $10.00 values. Former special AJ7
price $5.95, now P.' l
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES
One lot of Children's School Shoes high cut tops
in Brown or Black leathers. Sizes 8 tos 2. Regular
$4.50 values. Former special price (gO CkH
$3.95, now WtfV.l
CHILDREN'S PATENT LEATHER SHOES
One lot of Children's patent leather shoes with kid
uppers in Red, White and Brown. Sizes 54 to 8V2'
Regular $4.00 values. Former special (JJO OO
price $2.95, now
CHILDREN'S SCUFFERS
One lot of Children's Scuffers in Brown, Black and
Elk Skin. All sizes. Regular $5.50 values. (0 (Y7
Former special price $3.95, now dU I
WOMEN'S PUMPS AND OXFORDS
A big table full of Women's Pumps and Oxfords in
both Brown and Black Kid with French or low heels!
All sizes. Shoes formerly sold up to 0 Q7
$9.50, now
Women's Felt House Slippers, $2.45 values,
now $1.84
Women's House Slippers, regular $1.45 values,
now $1.09
IBlainikets-IBlanlkots
All now, regardless of cost, price, size, value or weight every pair of Blankets from the smallest size, lightest weight
cotton to the finest all lambs' wool, ex tra fine Blankets all now
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Comforters of the finest lambs' wool filled, choice swansdown and pure white fleecy cotton filled, covred with plain
and fancy silkolines, sateens, silks and sateens, silks and satins all now the entire stock at
PHOENIX SEED
AND FEED CO.
133 East Jefferson St.
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