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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1920
PAGE SEVEN
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.-r.lini.- of the Pilgrims sit. Ply
';h k- M.'s.. I xrembcr 21. as a
i iv as n reilt of a proclamation
ai i'or WM l. I-hm'kett yesterday.
h nnjor's proclamation follows:
tt l:mrm't.ore.l: That thre hun
.1 asro tip Cist rlav of this
""M nion-.h thorn landed on the
u Al.i.v:.nliusett., midst thf
T a northern winter, a little
hand of Englishmen -whose sturdy in
dependence and love of liberty caused
them to choose a home in a wilderness
rather than to enjoy the comfort of
civilization at the price of freedom of
conscience.
The.se men and women. Pilgrims, who
sought a place in the wilderness in or
der to worship God according to the
dictates of their several consciences,
moulded the future of a great nation
and by their sacrifices in the cause of
Principle and uncompromising adher
ence to Truth set such an example and
so impressed their ideals upon their
posterity that the Nation to whose
foundation they contributed so greatly,
near threo hundred years later, went
to war for an ideal and threw its all
into the balance on the side of right.
Now, Therefore, I, Willis II. Plunkett,
Mayor of the City of Phoenix, by vir
ture of my office do recommend that
Tuesday, the 21st day of December,
1920, the tercentenary of the landing
of the Pilgrims, be generally observed
in the City of Phoenix as a holiday in
commemoration of the coming to these
shores of the principles of freedom and
democracy.
Witness my hand this Sth day of
December, 1920.
WILLIS H. PLUXKKTT,
Mayor.
. A special Japanese military mission
recently completed a study of the Ger
man war office, and the details of the
one-time powerful war machine.
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Three Worth While Ones for These Two Days
NO. 1.
Pabcolin, Floor Covering 69c per Sq. Yard
Remnants Only
Don't pass up this opportunity. Pab
colin, generally known as the artistic,
durable floor covering, is a guaranteed
product. It is easily cleaned. The
price for Friday and Saturday, rem
nant sizes, per sq. yard,
H BOOKS ST TIE
PiENIX LIBRARY
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NO. 2
ENGLISH TEAPOTS
5-Cup Capacity
The genuine imported kind. They come
in plain designs, easily worth twice the
figure we are asking for them. Priced
for Friday and Saturday, fiQn
at
NO. 3
COX-E-COASTERS
For the Boys
A practical, enjoyable Toy for any boy
or girl keep the children out in the
open. The Cox-E-Coaster will help to
solve that problem, arid you can QQ
buy them Friday and Saturday.
" WATCH OUR WINDOWS"
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116-120 West Adam Street
Books added to the Phoanix Public
Library durin.tr the past week:
"Dramatic Technique." G. P. Baker;
"Good Old Pioncfrs." C. 11. Pcrnetske;
"Uackyaril ( la nUnins." Thomas I'.
Pest; "Athletic Train ins," H. 10. Bilik:
'Athletes All." Walter C. Camp; "Irish
ImpressioTis." Gilbert K. Chesterton;
"Kocky Mountain Flowers." 1 K. Clem
ents; "Vocational and Moral Guidance."
Jesse V.. Davis; "Small Things." Mar
garet Deland; "On the Threshold of
the Spiritual World," Horatio W.
Dresser; "Rubber," Andre Duhosc;
"Behind the German Lines," Ralph JO.
Ellinwood: "Highways and Byways in
Northamptonshire and Rutland," Her
bert A. Evans; "Alone in the Carib
bean," Frederick A. Fen?er; "Land
scape Painting, Hn-go Harrison;
"When I Come Back," Henry y. Harri
son; "Grail of Life," .lohn J. Holmes;
''Boxing for Beginners," W. J. Ja-
comb; "Will of Sons," Percy Mac-
Kaye; "Selected Readings," Anna Mor
gan; "Chinese Lyrics from the Book of
Jade." Pin Yuh She Shoo; "Christmas
Festival Service," Nora A. Smith;
"Poetical Wbrks. Edmund. Spenser;
"Land of Tomorrow." William B. Ste
vens; "Health Through Will Power,"
James J. Walsh; "House and Gardens
Book of Houses," R. L. Wright; "Cre
ative Will," W. IT. Wright; "From Star
to Star," Edith G. Rochester.
J. 0. C. CLASS TO HOLD
BAZAAR 1 SATURDAY
The J. O. C. class of the First Meth
odist church will hold an interesting
bazaar Saturday afternoon and even
ing at the church, where a clever col
lection of novelties, cooked food and
candies will be offered for sale.
Thoso who will be in charge of the
prettily decorated booths will be the
members of the, Sunday school class
conducted by Mrs. W. C. Ellis. Mrs.
Ellis will have charge of the fancy
work booth, while a splendid assort
ment of aprons will be offered by Miss
Ethel Stabler. Miss Hazel Miller will
have charge of the cooked foods, and
the candy sale will be managed by Mrs.
W. A. Nickerson.
WILL HELP BUILD
HOSPITAL T
In compliance with the telegraphed
request of Governor Thomas E. Camp
bell to get behind and expedite the con
struction of the addition to the Tuber
culosis hospital at Tuc.Swii, the highway
department is lending every possible
aid.
Construction Foreman Webb, who
has been connected with the depart
ment for the past nine months, has
been sent to Tucson to take charge of
the work and before his departure for
Washington yesterday Thomas Mad
dock, state engineer, directed one of his
engineers, Ralph Hoffman, to report
there at once to look over the plans.
E. C. Dietrich, division engineer, is at
present in the south, having been sent
immediately upon receipt of the gov
ernor's wire to secure equipment In
and around Tucson to rush tho con
struction work.
o
A freighter recently docked in Xew
York City with 4,000 specimens of
birds, animals and reptiles from cen
tral and northern Australia for the
Bronx zoo.
o
As a form of hazing, "plebes" at the
United States Naval academy at Anna
polis who are unable to guess the daily
dessert are forced to eat their meals
sitting on the floor under the table.
Do Your
Christmas
Shopping
Now
Do Your
Christmas
Shopping
Now
St. Men
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for
and Young Men
This exclusive men's store is
offering an exceptional dis
play of haberdashery gifts of
the kind that all men want and
will appreciate. We will be
pleased to aid you in making
appropriate selections.
25 Off
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On all Men's Furnishings from collar
buttons to shoe laces.
'Beautifully arranged in gift sets and
boxes.
On all Shirts, Leather Goods, Hats,
Clothing and Shoes
Finest "Stratford" and "Kirchbaum"
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Give Practical Gifts That Please and Serve
We know what "He"
wil! like end vill help
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The Hub Clothing Co., Inc.
18-20 W. Washington St.
"Manhattan" Shirts
'Dunlap and 'Stetson'
Hats
"Stetson" Shoes
L.'f UiMIV.iWI
artLiAL A 1 I tNTION TO MAIL ORDERS
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TO MEET WEDNESDAY
The next semi-monthly meeting of
Frank Luke, Jr., Post Xo. 1 of the
American legion will be held Wed
nesday, Dec. 15, at which time final
arrangements for the Christmas pro
gram will be discussed. The meeting
will be given a little color by a ritual
ceremony at the opening and closing of
ail meetings.
All committees on various assign
ments are expected to make a report
of what has been accomplished to date,
and arrangements made to give the
legion members suitable meeting
rooms, by remodeling the building,
until such time as a new home can be
constructed. Social rooms, including
smoking, billiard and reading rooms,
are under cotisideration. The jazz
committee reports that it has been
able to secure a real treat in the way
of entertainment. There will be plenty
of music, smokes and a good time to
all who come.
The annual dues for membership
are now payable and members who
fail to pay them will be dropped from
the rolls of the legion Jan. 1, 1921.
Fancy Oranges and Grapefruit packed
for shipment anywhere; lowest prices, fin
est fruit.
We have been shipping" Holiday Boxes
for several years, and offer you the benefit
of this experience without extra price.
Leave your orders. We do the rest.
Phoenix Fruit &
Produce Co.
First Ave. and Jefferson St.
Phones 1780-1402
Complete January List Now on Sale
Song Hits
WMpifr . . Frank Crumit and William Davidson 1
For Ererjr Boy Who on the Level
There' a Girl Who's on the Square
All She'd Sr We Urah Him
In Napoli . . . . . ,
Pidesteen
I Wish That Fd Been Born in Borneo
The Broad-way Bines . ' . .
Siagin' the Blnea . . . . '
Kentucky ' '
I'm Coming Back to Dixie and You
I'll Still Remember When You Forget "
When You're Gone I Won't Forget
Out Where the West Begins
When the Shadows Softly Come and Go
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Crescent Trio J $1'00
Van and Schcnclcl A-3319
Van and Schenckf $1.00
Frank Crumit 1A-3324
Frank Crumit J $1.00
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Nora Bayes $1.00
Benny Davis) A-3320
Frank Crumit f $1.00
A-3318
$1.00
Charles Harrison') A-3315
Charles Harrison $1.00
Henry Burr
Shannon Four
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Dance Music
ArsJon Fox-trot .... Art Hickman's Orchettrs) A-3322
The Japanese Sandman Fox-trot Art Hickman's Orchestra J $1.00
I Lore You Sunday Fox-trot . . Ted Lewis Jazz Band) A -3306
The Hula Blues Fox-trot . . . Ted Lewis Jaza Band $1.00
Get Up Fox-trot . . Paul Biese's College Inn Orchestra) A-3307
Speed One Step . . . Paul Biese's College Inn Orchestraj $1.00
Anytime, Anyday, Anywhere Fox-trot Art Hickman's Orchestra) A-3325
You and I Fox-trot . . . Art Hickman's Orchestra j $1.00
Kiss a Miss Walta Prince's Orchestra) A-61 70
Louisiana Waltz Prince's Orchestraj $1.25
Rockaway Baby Fox-trot .... The Happy Six) A-3314
By the Pyramids Fox-trot .... The Happy Si j $1.00 .
Opera and Concert Music
A Dream . . ' .
Lead Kindly Light
I Need Thee Every Hour
Old-Fashioned Garden
Charles Hackett
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I $1.00
Tandy Mackenzie
Theme and Variations .
Love's Garden of Roses .
Rose in the Bud
In the Evening by the Moonlight
Margaret
Little Bunch o' Honeyness .
Ayf AyT Ay . . . .
El Arriero . . . .
Cyrena Van Gordon ) A-33Q3
CvTcna Van Gordon i $1.00
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Maria Barrientosl 1??,?
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Louis Graveure 1 A-3310
. Louis Graveure j $1.00
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Kon.aine and Slrliii Quartette
. Margaret Romaine j l W
Jose' Mardones) A-3309
. . Jose Mardoces j $1.00
Instrumental Music
Ballet Music from Rsiamandt Violin Solo . . Raoul Vidas
Air for G String Violin Solo . . . Raoul Vidas
Hungarian March from Damnation ff Faust (Rakoczy March)
Philharmonic Orchestra of New York
Polonaise in A Major (Chopin) Philharmonic Orchestra of New York
American Patrol Xvlophone Solo
Intermezzo Russo Xylophone Solo
Romola Hawaiian Guitar Duet
Honolulu Bay Hawaiian Guitar Dnet
Ave Maria f Goimod) Saxophone Solo
Thais "Meditation" Saxophone Solo
Always So Waltz .
Queen of the Dance Waltz
George Hamilton Green
George Hamilton Green
Ferera and Franchini
Ferera and Franchini
Clyde Doerr)
Clyde Doerr j"
Mexican String Orchestra)
Curtis Mexican Orchestraj
A-3313
$1.00
A-6171
$1.50
A-3317
$1.00
A-3316
$1.00
A-3321
$1.00
E-4813
$1.00
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