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rHF! ART'()NTA RWPITKUCAN. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 14. 1921
Slogans for Valley Come in Flood
As End of Big Contest Draws Near
With the end of the Arizona Be-,
publican-Chamber of Commerce slo-1
Ban-design contest but two days
way, interest in the event is at high
pitch, as indicated by the flood of
entries received in yesterday's mail
by the contest editor. Contestants
from every corner of the Btate havt
The contest for the two $25 cash
prizes will come to an official close
at midnight Sunday, May 15. All
entries mailed before midnight to
morrow night and so postmarked will
be entered in the contest upon then
arrival in Phoenix, whether mailed
from Holbrook or Bisbee. A period
or 36 hours is being allowed by the
judges for these entries to arrive, but
should they be delayed they will be
considered upon receipt.
" ' More interest is being manifested
In this contest than any ever here
tofore waged by the Arizona Rcpuo
lican. Hundreds of entries have al
ready been received and each suc
ceeding mail brings scores of others.
I As an indication of the state wide
interest being shown, the contest
editor has received slogans and de
signs from practically every city and
town in Arizona. Some of the entries
bear postmarks of towns heretofore
unknown to the contest editor.
,,.A majority of the contestants have
ntered both contests, although sev
eral have entered either the slotran
or design contest alone. But two first
prizes are being offered. $25 to the
winner of the slogan contest and ?2o
to the winner of the design contest.
Under the terms of the contest both
prizes can be awarded to the same
All entries should be mailed to the
contest editor, Arizona Republican.
Cash for Diamonds
Diamonds for Cash
45 North Central
in 1920 Big Six
This car is in first class
mechanical condition. Uphol
stering in good condition. New
$125 leather top. This car must
be sold within the next three
days. If you are looking for a
car for good service, one that
is absolutely dependable and at
a bargain price be sure to see
this car. ' '
MOTOR SALES 0
248 N. 1st St. Phone 1701
Contestants should place their en
tries in the mail at the earliest pos
sible hour an avoid the final rush.
The advertising committee of the
chamber of commerce will serve as
judges in the contest. Judging of the
entries will start at noon, Tuesday,
May 17, and names of the winners
will be published in Sunday morning's
Arizona Republican, May 22. Checks
will be mailed to the winners Monday
morning. May 23.
AT RIVERSIDE TODAY
The first big celebration of the
members of the Order of the Eastern
Star will be held at Riverside park
this afternoon when the organization
will stage a basket picnic to which
the families and house guests of
me'mbers are invited, as well as all
members, visiting and local, of the
A special invitation has been ex
tended to the members of the order
from Glendale, Tempe, Mesa, Flor
ence. Winkelman and other cities in
or near the Salt River valley. Sup
per will begin promptly at 7 o'clock
in the evening. It. is the wish of the
members of the local lodge to make
the picnic so successful that it will
be repeated annually, and therefore
all members are requested to attend.
VACATION TOPIC OF
L TRAINING IS
TO BE A FEATURE OF
Physical training holds equal im
portance with military training in
the program of.the Arizona National
Guard, an officer of one of the Phoe
nix companies declared yesterday.
The annual guard encampment, to be
held this year at Camp Harry J.
Jones, Douglas, starting May 29, will
afford guard members splendid op
portunity for physical development,
"The encampment will afford the
men a wonderful outing, a change
from the usual routine of life. They
will be under the supervision of army
officers throughout the 15 day period.
There will be hours for work, for in
struction and for play," he said.
"The pay for enlisted for the en
campment ranges from a minimum
of $2 a day ao $5.20 a day. Besides
this, they will receive transportation,
clothing, meals, quarters and medical
attention free. Men who enlist today
will receive the same, pay as those
who enlisted a year ago provided
they have the same rank."
A guard recruiting stand will be
established at Mason's Pharmacy, 146
East Washington street today. Lieut.
Sam Holsinger, Co. D, 158th Infantry,
will be on the job from 11 o'clock this
morning until 5 o'clock this afternoon
to enlist men between the ages of 18
and 45 years who care to go to the
Enlistments- will be made in Co. A
or Co. D or in the proposed head-
quarter's company, it was announced
H GH SCHOOL P
The vacation period of the high
school girl and boy will be discussed
by Mrs. Fred W. Smith Thursday at
the last meeting of the High School
Parent-Teacher association for the
year. Following the talk by Mrs.
Smith there will be a general dis
cussion of the subject.
The aims of physical training for
the coming year will be outlined by
Miss Margaret Mae Hurley, instruct
or, while Miss Ethel Rosenberry will
report some phases of her work with
the ,high school girls.
Mrs. J. L. B. Aiexapder will preside.
More than 75 per cent of the youths
of France, 20 years of age, are sub
ject to military service.
"War bet'eetn Costa RiM and Pa
nama, growing out of tte present
boundary dispute, will not be toler
ated by the I'nited States
JUDGE D. H. PIHHEY.
The senior class of the Phoenix
high school will be entertained en
mass by the Stanford club tonight at
a general "jolly up" party and dance
at the Woman's club. The affair will
begin at 8:30 and will be the first
of a series of annual events.
Members of the Stanford club have
been busy with plans for the "jolly
up" all week, and it was announced
last night that everything was in
readiness for one of the biggest
dances of the year. In addition to
the dance program there will be a
number of speciift numbers. Re
freshments will be served.
Alumni and former students of
Stanford university are especially re
quested to attend "jolly up" tonight.
Every member of the senior class is
expected to be present.
Starting today, we will offer every hat at prices which,
in comparison with quality, will give you more genuine
satisfaction than any sale yet held. We make no false
claims; no boasts; we only wish to prove our state
ments by inviting your early inspection. , Really, we
have an exceptional showing of hats at exceptional
values. We're sure you'll agree with us when you
Sailors, Sport Hats, which I Tailored Dress Hats, which
formerly sold for $4.00 formeHy soId for $7.50
$12.50, as low as . . . $18.50, as low as . . .
FLOWER TRIMMED GARDEN HATS
Most exquisite in design and workmanship. Incomparable at
WS, DIES IN EAST
Judge D. II. Pinney died yestedday
In Chicago, 111., at the home of one
of his children. His death was due
to a general breakdown, which came
upon him two years ago. During the
past eight months he has been con
fined to his bed most of the time. He
was 84 years old.
Judge Pinney was a resident of
Phoenix from 1S82 to 1886, being the
federal judge of the second judicial
district of Arizona for that period,
appointed by President Arthur. He
was the last judge to hold court in
the old adobe court house, and the
first one to occupy the present brick
During that time he presided at
the trial of many important civil and
criminal suits; among the cases tried
were several election contests, and
old timers are a unit in saying that
he never allowed politics to influ
ence his decisions in the least.
Previous to Judge Pinney's ap
pointment to the bench in Arizona he
practiced law in Joliet, 111., where his
oldest son, William L. Pinney, was
born, following Judge Pinney's mar
riage to Mary A. Lee of Albion, N.
T. William L. Pinney has been a
successful merchant of Phoenix for
During his residence in Joliet the
judge represented his district in the
Illinois state legislature several years.
His first wife dying in 1872, Judge
Pinney. married Elizabeth Bowman
of southern Illinois, who now sur
vives him, living with her daughter
in Chicago. Of this union there are
three children, Dr. Harry B. Pinney,
a prominent dentist of Chicago; Rev,
Sidney B. Pinney, pastor of the Pres
byterian church of Mauston, Wis.
and Mrs. Robert J. Magill of Chicago.
After leaving Arizona the judge
practiced law for many years In Chi
cago, and finally retired to his farm
in Michigan, where he lived until a
couple of years ago, when the sick
ness came on him which finally re
sulted in his death.
. J. H.
U. D. C. PRESIDENT
Mrs. J. H. Williams was elected
president of the Robert K. Lee chap
ter, Daughters of the Confederacy,
at a meeting held yesterday after
noon. Mrs. Williams' experience in
club work and in politics made her
a much sought candidate for the of
fice which she was chosen to fill by
the unanimous vote of the members
An executive of consierableability she
will have splendid support from the
executive board as well. Mrs. H. B.
Pryor was elected first vice-president;
Mrs. V. E. Harrison, second
vice-president; Mrs. F. H. Kyle, re
cording secretary; Mrs. George A.
Olney, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
B. M. Atwood, treasurer; Mrs. Lee
Holzworth, custodian of the cross:
Mrs. Hosea, assistant custodian of
the cross and Mrs. II. H. Lacey, reg
istrar. The annual business meeting was
held at the home of Mrs. B. M. At
wood. 116 North 18th avenue. It was
decided to continue the meetings
throughout the summer, with a so
cial session on June 3 in the form of
a picnie at Eastlake park. The guests
of honor will be the Confederate v t
erans and the Dixie Chapter, U. t.
C, of Tempe
Which were sold at a former price of $35.00
Come early. See the most stunning assortment of hats obtain'
SUIT "A" ADAMS HOTEL
"Unquestionable Quality and Dignity of Design
TENT CITY IS BEING I
BUILT AT FLAGSTAFF
The opportunity has come for Ari
zonians to get accommodations to
spend the summer months among
the pines and lakes of Northern
The weather in and about Flag
staff is ideal during the summer, and
along with the weather there is hunt
ing, fishing and the sports that one
can find in the mountains. Flagstaff
welcomes all, if only for a short visit.
Mr. Becker and Mr. Stevenson,
both hustling merchats of the north
ern city, have leased a plot of ground
in the center of the residential sec
tion of the town and are placing tent
houses of various sizes with all the
conveniences of a home, electric
lights, water, etc.. all for a small
rental. Any information in regard
to Flagstaff may be secured from the
riagstaff chamber of commerce.
MOTOR CAR THEFT
An opinion by the supreme court
yesterday affirmed a judgment of the
superior cour tof Cochise countv in
the case of the Arizona Mutual Auto
Insurance company, appellant,
against the Bisbee Auto company,
The appellant had insured a car
belonging to the appellee, and when
it was stolen and damaged, suit was
brought against the insurance com
pany under the theft clause of the
policy of insurance. Judgment was
taken by default.
The appeal was based on several,
grounds; on the fact that service
was taken on the company's agent at
Bisbee. Bruce Perley; on various oth
er alleged irregularities in procedure
and on the fact that the case was
tried before Judge McAlister, then
superior judge of Graham county, it
being the contention of the appellant
that the superior judge of Cochise
county was not disqualified.
All the other assignments of error
are reasoned away, but as to the
right of the judge of the county to
call in another judge, the opinion
finds no bar. Besides, it is cited that
no objection was raised by the ap
pellant at the time of the trial t
the presentation of the case to Judge
Charles R. Forbes of Seattle was
recently appointed director of the bu
reau of war risk insurance, succeed
ing R. G. Cholmeley-Jones.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WA N" T ED He wing
Phone 5 1 87.
FOK SALK Four-burner oil range,
dresser, baby bed and bed. 415 N. j
9th St. hi I
To KENT Furnished apartment I
lat Library Apts. Inquire at Ilyder
! Bros. hi
! , .
j HIGH school girl to assist niili
house work ami care of children.
I Apply 1319 E. McKinley St. tfatur-
VALLEY CLOTHING CO
We Have the World Beat on Neck Tie Prices
The slashed prices on high grade neckwear shown below in no way reflect
their real values, and should not be misunderstood as meaning that they are
cheap lines. We have decided to make a Clean Sweep of our entire heavy
stock. Big" price cuts and unusual values are the only features that will
accomplish this in two days. We of f e r both. Get here early this offer will
- not be repeated. Don't buy until you see our offerings.
WASH TIES Fibre Silk, tubular four-in-hands, assorted patterns, Or
self figured and plain white. 50c values. Special at
'WASH TIES English piques, tubular four-in-handsrSummer's fav- CkCr
ored colors, plain, embroidered and striped. $1.50 values. Special at. VM-'
WASH TIES Pure Crepe de Chine, tubular four-in-hands in colors QQn
and figures. $1.50 values. To close out u
and small flare
PURE SILK FOUR-IN-HANDS Season's latest. Large
ends, in an infinite variety of patterns. $1.50 values.
While they last
1000 SILK FOUR-IN-HANDS Everyone a different pattern. All colors.
All.flare ends. A wonderful group. $1.00 values. O for CM AA
Extra special each 35c or u tpA,uu
ALL PURE SILK KNIT TIES Latest patterns in narrow knits. As- Q(W
sorted colors and black. $1.50 and $2 values. Extra special at xt x
WINDSOR TIES Pure silk, all colore and OA p KNIT TIES Zephyr yarns, all patterns
patterns. 50c values. To close out dJ andRoman banded. $1 values. Special at. .
Also Big Groups of String Ties, Bow Ties, Slip-on Bows and many others at
Men's Palm Beach and Tropical Weight Suits
One big group of genuine Palm Beach and feather weight mohair, Kool
Kloth and other makes. These are full cut, finely tailored to fl" O A K
fit suits; all sizes. Values up to $25.00. For quick sale
Men's Medium and Light Weight Suits
A great group of one of a kind, selected from our entire stock to be feat
ured at an irresistible bargain price. Lome in hard finish worsteds,
basket weave and serges in blue, browns, grey and check A OC
-RV.pnriPrH PlnidV RnPrinl ...... PAOtf
(Shepherd Plaid). Special
Men's Worsted Casimere and
All wool suits. These are certainly genuine
Values and being sacrificed below cost. They
are from such famous makers as Sincerity and
Leopold Morse. Fine hand tailoring. Best of
out Quick. .
Men's Pepper and Salt and Gray
Worsted and Blue Serge Suits
High class tailoring and all wool throughout.
Bankers and professional men will find these
conservative models are unusual buys. They are
priced to move quick. All sizes,
including stouts, your choice...
Alterations FREE in Our
Men's Olive Drab and Khaki
A splendid group of all wool Norfolk and Sack
suits. The most practical suit ever brought out
for out-door men. A well tailored" Q0 4 QC
to fit garment. Tour choice J)Otl
Men's Hand Tailored Serge, Casi
mere, Worsted and
Extra special values. Best suits in the house,
cost us up to $60.00. Xone better made. Fin
patterns. College and conservative models. All
sizes, including stouts. Priced to (QQ tZfi
move quickly. Tour choice, at . . . .POi.JVr
Own Tailor Shop
Big 'groups of trousers In stapls
patterns. Come la greys, check
and stripes. Good qualities, full cue
Tailored to fit.
GROUP 1 All sizes and patterns.
GROUP 2 All sizes and patterns.'
BLUE CHAMBRAY PANTS For
cooks and bakers. Regular $2.50
Closing out at... JU
MEN'S SUMMER TROUSER
SPECIAL Big group of crash,
tropical weight trousers in light and
dark Palm Beach color, plain and
pin stripe. Also few blue chambray.
All sizes. ?1
While they last tjJJL.ttJ
MEN'S WORK PANTS In light
and dark patterns. Odd sizes. Ex
ceptional values. CO QP
Work Shoes Priced to Show Biff Savings
GENUINE U.S. ARMY SHOE LOT OF ODDS AND ENDS
Heavy soft chrome leather. OF WORK SHOES - Some
, . , real values. Regularly sold
medium weight sole. Tan up to $fi 00 q-.
only. Government inspected To cean out p.t(J
Munson army last. One of MAYER HONORBILT WORK
the best and most comtor- SHOE Heavy Elk sole, brown
table shoes ever put on the chrome PP Scwed.a"i
nailed sole; medium weight,
market. gO QK A special tfQ QK
A real bargain at. . tptl.UCl at PO.l)
HIGH TOP SPORTING SHOE CROTCH LENGTH RUBBER
Odd sizes; 24 and 16-inch BOOTS Regular Storm King
tops. Heavy sole. Triple sewed U. S. Rubber Co., and other
A good outing shoe. Former- standard brands. All fresh
y $12.50 Qfr stock and all sizes. PQ QfT
Now.... ipU.Otl Special at JJO.OtI
MEN'S RUBBER BOOTS
BOOTS Knee length, fresh
stock and first qualities. : :
United States Rubber Co. and
Hood Rubber Co. and other
standard brands. !?Q QPI
All sizes, special a1vOOw
EXTRA HEAVY ELK HIDE
WORK SHOE Endicott
JohnVton Co. Soft chrome
tanned smoke blucher, half
double oak sole, full vamp,
which with wing tip give ex
tra wear. Munson arm? last.
UNION SUITS In Ecru;
short sleeves; length leg.
Famous. Roxford and Monarch
brand. Closed crotch. All sizes
including 46, 48. 50 and 52
Regular $2.00 values.
To clean o'ut at .
MEN'S POROSKNIT AND
MESH UNION SUITS Sizes
up to 44. Regular $1.50 seller.
MEN'S SEPARATE UNDER
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
Balbriggan and Sea Island
Drawers are double seat.
Shirts are short sleeves. Fa
mous Roxford make. A splen
did long wearing quality.
Regular $1.00 values. To close
Per garment ttJV
MEN'S HEAVY UNDER
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
Heavy cotton ribbed. 11 -lb.
weight. Long sleeve shirts
and full length drawers. Rox
ford make. Sizes up to 50.
Regular $1.50 value. To close
MEN'S LIGHT WEIGHT
WORSTED UNION SUITS
All wool rib knit. One of the
finest garments on the mar
ket. Roxford brand and long
sleeve. Closed croteh. Regular
$4.00 seller. QfT
To iloso out pJ-00
In separate garments A C
per shirt or drawer., Titll
GENUINE B.V. D. UNION
SUITS Sizes 34 to 46. The
best nainsook athletic gar
ment ever made. Regular
$1.50 seller. (J-t )(
Special at J)X.U
MEN'S NAINSOOK ATH
LETIC UNION SUITS Kool
Weve Brand. Good for one
Regular $1 value, now
WOOLEN SOX Heavy and
medium weight. Used by all
Irrigators. Tlegular 75c and $1
Special at JKs
MEN'S SILK LISLE AND
MERCERIZED SOX. Re-in-forced
seamless, high spliced
heel. Double sole. All colors
and sizes. A good dress sovk.
Formerly sold at
BANDANAS Red and blue.
Paisley figured. Large "1 fl
size handkerchiefs AvJt
MEN'S HAND KERCHIEFS
Large size. White cotton.
Hemmed. Good enough
for everyday .'
Soft and starched
SPORT SHIRTS Low neck,
'colfarless. A cool, practical
shirt for sports wear. Made of
light weight blue chambray. : :
To close out JkJ
WORK SHIRTS Well made of
blue chambray. Breast pocket.
ODD LOT MEN'S SHIRTS
Size 14 only. Stiff cuffs. Good
Special at tfUVr
MEN'S BELTS With silver
monogram detachable buckles.
Genuine leather. QJ-
A real bargain at IJl
NIGHTSHIRTS In light weight
soisettes and madras. White
and, colors. Also few outing
flannel. All splendid garments.
Values to $4.00. Q- QJT
Mail Orders Filled for Out-of-Town Customers
Open Saturday Nights Till 10 o'Clock
Opposite Central Pharmacy
5 West Washington Cor. Central
luay or Sunday bl