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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1920
'(Section TwoT PAGE FIVE C. C. MING WED chief depw m OF THE FEOERftL COURT Just one year to the day from the time o his appointment to the po sition of deputy clerk of the United States district court at Phoenix, Clyde C. Downing was notified yesterday of jew , ift I -lift ISSTK. (Si J MUM M 77ie Season's GREETINGS i4rc Extended By THE PEOPLE'S STANDARD LUMBER CO. to the people of Arizona who have co-operated with us in making this a wonderful year. MERRY CHRISTMAS Jf - ill l&lM We Wsft you Everyone WWMt ,W A VERY MERRY m& CHRISTMAS ' ..; flf f.d Aiu a Afojt Prosperous , ' year JlPli JSl FIRST NATIONAL BANK jHlf ' ' A CHRISTMAS GREETINGS anc wishes for all the compli- jN ments of the season are extended jSL- R- F. STAUFFER Qjf. -Ancf Employes jfj his appointment to the post of chief deputy clerk to the United States dis trict court for the four divisions of that tribunal in Arizona Phoenix, Tuc son. Globe and Prescott. ' The appointment comes as a recog nition of his work during the year by William II. Sawtelle. United States dis trict Judge, and C. R- McFall. clerk of the court for the district of Arizona, who have Just completed the work of the court for the phoenix division for the October term. Mr. Downing1, although a young man, has had a varied experience, not only in the law, but in public life In general. Before completing his education he was chosen by C. D- Carter, United States congressman from Oklahoma, as his secretary, and for five years he lived in Washington, where he came closely in touch with government ac tivities and methods. At the end of this period he went to Columbia university in New York where he finished his education. Going to I.os Angeles he was admitted to the California bar and practiced law there for three years until the en trance of the United States Into the great war. He immediately entered the service and was discharged about a year and a half ago with the rank of lieutenant. Immediately after his dis charge he came to Phoenix and for six months was the active secretary of the Great War Veterans association here, guiding their activities of the or ganization through radical troubles and other post-war difficulties to which Phoenix fell heir. This work having been completed, he was appointed to the place of deputy clerk of the United States district court In this city. C. R. McFall, clerk of the court for the state of Arizona, to whom Mr. Downing's appointment la chiefly due and who h'mself has risen rapidly in public life, la well known to Phoenic ians, especially because of his steady advancement in his career. From clerk in the offic of the United States mar shall he went to the post of secretary to Judure Sawtolle, then to the place of assistant United States attorney, and from there to his present position as clerk of the United States district court. Mr. Downing still will be In charge of the clerk's office for the Phoenix division, but will be subject to call whenever hia services are needed in either Tucson, Globe or Prescott. FiiifSiie. OiyLY XMftS PRESENT THEO. US ASKS A mission of Christmas Joy has been turned to a week of worry for Theo dore Dennis, who arrived here Sunday night to pay his mother a surprise yuletide visit only to find that she had disappeared- Dennis la devoting his visit to searching for his mother. Mrs. A. K D-nnis, and the first week of his search has been fruitless. Mrs. Dennis has been here about a month and a half and a week ago was working as housekeeper at the Mdn-tyre-Emerson home at Marinette. Last Sunday evening Just after dinner she left the house and has not been seen since. Previously she had drawn her pay, saying 6he intended to do some Christmas shopping, but from all ac counts she said nothing about leaving the place where she had been working for nearly two weeks. Neither did she leave any address for forwarding mail. Dennis arrived in Phoenix from Den ver only a few hours after his mother left the Mclnty re-Emerson home. He had not mentioned his coming visit in his letters to her, intending his ar rival to be a surprise. Since that night he has been combing the town for her but no trace of her has been found. It is believed that she is still in the val ley, though why she left her place of employment without warning can not be explained. The police and the sheriffs office have been asked to as sist In finding her. Mrs. Dennis is about 43 years old. ratner stout ana aarst. sue maKes a specialty Of cooking and housekeeping on ranches. Anyone knowing anything of her whereabouts are asked to notify young Dennis by mail, through the irsneral delivery here, or to telephone him at 2378. The finding of his mother is the only Christmas present young Dennis asks today. ieetibstIee 1ETIIIST ill The revival meetings at the Free Methodist church, corner Adama and Fifth streets, are growing in interest and power. The day meetings have been very interesting and some of the workers are getting a greater vision of God and their responsibility. The meeting's will continue every night until after the holidays. There will be a special meeting for divine heal ing Tuesday aftf-rnoon at 2:30. Meet ings each afternoon at 2:30, except Saturday and Monday, will be held. Evangelist g. B. Shaw is pleading for the co-operation of all Christian workers who believe in thorough work. The pastor of the church, with hia people, extends a hearty invitation for all interested in the work of God in Phoenix to help advertise and work for a great revival in Phoenix. o . "Did your mother ask you what time you came in?" "Yes, I told her quarter of twelve." "But it was after one when v e left the place." "Well, quarter of twalve is three isn't it?" Yale P.ecord. o "How in thunder did Bud Taw ever come to marry a red-headed widder lady with ten children?" questioned a ncis-hbor. "D'know." replied Gap Johnson of Rumpus ltidge, Ark. "I never felt like asking him as I don't keer much about bpjng ?hot just for idle curiosity." J nil go. WILL REDUCE TAXES VANCOUVER, B. C, Dec. S3 The Canadion Pacific railway today an nounced a reduction of 10 per cent in all railway fares between points In Canada. Fares were Increased 20 per We Wish to Extend to All Our Friends A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS And Prosperous New Year GLENDALE MILLING CO. Glendale B - ' . MERRY CHRISTMAS nd a wnie iot t tnem to Miisl of our thousands of friends in fe MS Arizona fec m , CARRICK REALTY CO. M$ To Our Host of Friends We Extend a Most MERRY CHRISTMAS And All the Best Wishes In the World for the Season GLENDALE LUMBER CO.