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1 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1921 PAGE SEVEN TKE YOUNS LADY ACROSS THE WAY 9 AT MCrr & JEFF By Bud Fisher DiJ Mutt Collect? He Did Not! Copyright 1921 by H. C Fisher Tracts Mark Reg. U. S. Patent Office The young lady arross the way they're rains; to move into their e sue this week and taer f ft been down rellar all day ar M' for the removal of hia Lares awa Penates to plaint boxes. ' I fMuTT SUP (THAT will Be (FlfTY osnTS FfOf How "bo xoo GeT LI (THAT BeirJGTr Cf& j X CANT FW eSGS VP- 1 Me SMALLl rHFTf FWe OSMT TH LAfcfc AND A J THAT WW ? LAVT H THM THVS WILL 6e P , WlffiWI LftRb. fe.. f I OL-bTHlhiG.' yJ NVCVL FOt. MONTH X GOT CGfVnV. r J 7 w (SAl A PAIL' Zi 'M ANYTHIMG P 0 ' 1 'a it r rr r ir,Tf o 1 iAItOXiiriiii O 1 ELKS DRILL T0STACE10BIG EVE IBS aTPABK Pcora a clean ten strike for' the drill team of the Phoenix Elks. - The announcement that the boys wiil stage a, monster two days cele bration at Riverside park next Meav tisy and Tuesday set the whole town stoic, and everyone Is now anxiously awaitinaj the ushering In pf what wal The Green Mill Gardens Opening Saturday Night SEPTEMBER 24TH Tha snappiest band is Phoenix. Tha finest dance floor in Phoenix, t -'- : --' The -most beautifully 1 decorated pavilion. Admission before eleven o'clock 25c, after eleven 50e. TELEPHONE FOR RESER VATIONS 22R12 be one of the biggest entertainment events attempted locally. v Everything they have arranged be speaks the unusual and the extreme in entertainment value.' Take the balloon shower for instance Monday night. The list of presents secured looks like an inventory of a big de partment store. Everything imagin able is on the list, merchandise of all kinds, surprise packages, novelties, innovations; one can "hardly think of a single thing that Is not covered in the balloon shower. And the balloon shower is but one of a hundred staints that will happen on that night alone. And on Tuesday night a '49 dance. Here they have surely spread them selves. Lots of things passed as amusement in- the days of '49 that have been relegated long eince to the discard, but the Elks drill team has appointed the official historical in-1 vestigator to get on the. job, and his findings will, be. brought to light in the appointments that will be on hand at- the ballroom during the frontier dance on that. night. The drill team has . announced a cash prize will be awarded the best costumed woman and the best cos tumed man during this evening. That also Is the night of the award of the Ford automobile, another item that gives one an idea of the scale the boys have reached in this enter tainment par excellence. Everywhere tickets are being Bold and everyone is buying them. . .- V " '. They will have Carrol Reed's jazz band on hand for both evenings. The admission at the gate and the charge for dancing will be the same as has prevailed all during the regular sum mer season at the park. Richards and Kace have turned the park over to the Elks drill team and they're going to win, hands down. , . , Reservations for either night may be made in person or over the tele phone at the Elks club, any time during the day or evening. drama, imparting a powerful lesson, and unfolding a theme heart reach- j ing in its strength. I Elliott Dexter's role is that of . a student of phyehology, a close ac quaintance of a famous judge who is likewise deeply interested in the same study. The story breaks at a time when the young son of a prominent family has caused death of a com panion, is being tried for the crime. His sentence is pronounced, and the situation looks black indeed. It hap pens that the boy has an Inherent fear of the jewel known as the cat's eye, and it is when he has been taunted by the companion, who brandishes the hated jewel before him, that the fatal blow is struck. The facts are brought to the atten tion of the judge who is to hear the motion for a new trial and the course of the friends forms the basis for one of the most compelling plays Thomas ever wrote. A delightful vein of romance and love - underlies the stirring adventure phase of the story. Dexter's stipport includes Winter Hall, Mary Alden, whose character ization of the mother in "The Old Nest" at the Rialto recently Was unanimously voted one of the finest studies ever seen in Phoenix, and Ruth Rennick, well known locally through her long residence In this city. A selected comedy and the "Hearst News are the added attractions. A . J. . R'alto ' - "- Today Is -"The last "da? of the en gagement of Elliott Dexter, appear ing in Paramount' elaborate presen tation of Augustus Thomas famous stage success, 'The Witching Hour," at the Rialto. This Is an absorbing v K mm J.PARKER READ Jr. presents HOBART BOSVVORTH 6lJhousand To One Directed By R.V. LEE Personally Superved By J. PARKER READ Jc The romance of the man who lost and won 'Vn-- '...-':.. MONTE BANKS Comedy "IN ANd OUT" FCRD WEEKLY COLUMBIA ORCHESTRA CARNIVAL DANCE MIDWAY HALL - TEMPE , Every Saturday Best Music . AFFAIRS OF ANATOL' TO OPErf TOMORROW Tomorrow starts the - engagement 'at the Rialto of Cecil B. DeMille's eagerly awaited Paramount super- feature, '"The Affairs of Anatol." Reviewers and- critics who were present at the preview of the feature declare nothing produced in a decade approaches "The Affairs of Anatol," not only from the strength and de lightful appeal of the story itself but in the wealth of finery, the gorgeous settings, the luxurious appointments. the ' marvelous lighting effects, . the perfect photography, the flawless di rection, and the never ending display of beauty which is reflected in every scene of the film. Certain it Is that never before has there been such an amazing array of celebrities seen taking part in the same production. The principal roles are in the hands of Wallace Reid Gloria Swanson, El liott Dexter, Bebe Daniels. Theodore Roberts, Wanda Hawley, Monte Blue, Agnes Ayres, Theodore Kosion. Polly Moran, Raymond Hatton and Julia Faye, with the surrounding players -including Guy Oliver, Winter Hall. Charles Ogle, Lucien Litchfield, Shannon Day, Alma Bennett, William Boyd, Maude Wayne', Elinor Glyn and Ladv Gilbert Parker. The Affairs of Anatol" will be of fered by the Rialto simultaneously with its opening in over 00 cities of the country, and will be presented without advance in prices, despite the fact that it represents the highest rental price ever paid for a motion picture in Arizona. i George J. Hayes has arranged a special musical setting for rendition on the Wurlitzer, and will offer as a special feature "Na-Jo," played as an organ solo with song slides. The management urges attendance at the matinees. HOBART IT MUSICAL COMEDY THREE SHOWS IN ONE TODAY THE BIG "AMATEUR" VAUDEVILLE SHOW. The Paramount Star Production "VICTORY" AND THE GREER-LAWLER PIONEER GIRLS CO. IN I-;.. "A TURKISH MAIDEN" itAFJOBJA THEAT&M VAUDEVILLE MUSICAL COMEDY STAR AT COLUMBIA Hobart Bosworth. brawny, brainy fighter that he is, nearly meets hia match in the special starring him at the Columbia theater; where J. Par ker Read, Jr.'s, production of "A Thousand to One'' is being screened This play is the feature attraction at Mauk's family playhouse again to day and Saturday. One of the features of the drama, the best in which Bosworth has been cast since his wonderful work in the screening of Jack London's splendid "Sea Wolf," is a fracas which takes place at the mouth of a mine and In which Bosworth holds at bay a num ber of enraged bullies. His chief fistic opponent, however. Is in private life Fred Kohler, who plays the role of Donelly in the picture. Kohler is a well known wrestler and fistic champion and there. W more of the real than the reel element in the tus sle between the two square-shoulders battlers. ...... The pictura has a tremendous ap peal from beginning to end. with plenty of punch and action. . It a one of the most truly enjoyable produc tions offered at the Columbia theater in weeks. j A Monte Banks cpmedy entitled "In and Out" and a Ford educational weekly are the supplementing num bers for today and Saturday, derworld for local cofor for a forth coming story, she meets the man whol first won her love. He is a broken derelict, an absinthe fiend, only a shadow of the man who held the world at his feet during the height of his fame. Her chance for atone ment had come. She would restore the man to health and fame, she would work ceaselessly in the refor mation, and her task is started. Through the long struggle her love for the ' unfortunate is made even more profound, and their struggle back to the path of right is the cen tra! theme of the drama. Associated with Elsie Ferguson are Conrad -Nagel, Winifred Greenwood. Helen Dunbar, Clarissa Selwyn ana others of note. A comedy and the news are the added features. Sunday starts the engagement of Ralph Connor's stirring tale of the Canadian wilds, "The Sky Pilot," produced by Catherine Curtis, a former Phoenix woman. Tha Green Mill Gardens From the number of reservations that are coming in, it looks like all Phoenix will attend the opening Saturday night of the Green Mill Gar dens. One of the snappiest bands that has ever played in the Southwest will furnish the music. That and the fine dance floor and the beautiful decorations all go to make the open ing one of the big events of the early full season. Tou can take the big white buses at the corner of Central and Monroe direct to the pavilion leaving every IS minutes. The park ing space has been enlarged, painters and decorators will be through with their work this evening, and every thing will be in readiness for the big gala night. ion of the latest popular song hits.. Patsy" pro-mists a real surprise this evening. Tomorrow night will mark the final Saturday evening of the Riverside park summer season. A monster bal loon shower will be the principal fea ture, the prizes numbering consider- bly over 100, including a diamond ring or the ladies and a suit of clothes for the man. The suit will be of the winner's own selection, from the store of Vic Hanny. The management likewise- an nounces a prize of flu for the most attractive costume worn by any woman attending Riverside park to morrow night. It is not a masquer ade affair any dress of any material. not a contest simply - a matter of wearing an attractive dress tomorrow evening when visiting Riverside and the chance to win the (10 is yours. Sunday evening will mark the close of the regular season at the park, and a genuine good time is promised all who attend the final dance. -o - A Date Her Up Feller Right Now! f you don't some other fluy will 'causa it's a cinch she's going to be with the crowd at th PHOENIX ELKS DRILL TEAM AT THE BIGGEST DOINGS OF THE YEAR AT RIVERSIDE PARK MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHTS! THE BALLOON SHOWER Everything in tha catalog will be in tha prizes. MONDAY NIGHT THE '49 DANCE Alkali Ike and Rattlesnake Pete never had a look in. TUESDAY NIGHT A CASH PRIZE FOR THE BEST COWBOY AND COWGIRL COSTUME AT THE OANCE. REMEMBER THE FORD WILL BE GIVEN AWAY TUESDAY NIGHT ADMISSION, 11c; DANCING, 6c, BOTH NIGHTS. - '. . Phone Reservations to the Elks Club. Strand Elsie Ferguson Is scoring, a dis tinct triumo at the Strand in her admirable presentation of the lead ing role in Paramount's super- fea- ture "Sacred and Profane Love,' the attraction to hold today and tomor row. This is the same play in which she scored so heavily on the speaking stage, and is one of the most artistic emotional portrayals she has yet registered. 'Sacred and Profane Love," tells the story of a young girl swept off her feet through her fascination for a noted pianist. who visits the little town in? which she lives. Her infat uation leads to complete surrender, and when she learns she has been betrayed she seeks forgetfulness in work, becoming an authoress in a distant city. But the fates have marked the girl for a destiny strange as can be. The sting of profane love seems to follow her; she is enmeshed in several affairs, drifting from place to place until she finally lands in Taris. There, on a visit to the un- Ramona Theater This !s "Amateur night" at the Ha- mona theater, when three full ahows are presented on one bill, the amateur show, a Paramount picture and the musical comedy.' "A Turkish Maiden." the new mu sical offering of the Greer-Lawler Pioneer Girls company, opened yes terday end proved one of the most enjoyable comedy concoctions seen in a long time. It present both a plot with good musical setting aa welt as the funniest comedy part in which Bobby Greer has been Been since his advent at the Ramona. Chief at traction among the vaudeville mem bers is Bobby Greer and Arthur Jack son in real, old plantation bucking and wing dancing. This is always welcome number with the Ramona patrons and never falls to draw many encores. Both Creer and Jackson are oast masters in the dancing art and introduce many new steps aa well as the regular buck and wing. Another verv pleasing number is asong duet bv Miss Hazel Oreer and Ben Nelson Specialties by the other members' of the troupe assisted by the Pioneer Girls "beauty chorus" complete the show. The nictura program is unusually- eood for the week end, leading off with a Paramount all-star production entitled "Victory," one of the big fea ture attractions of the year. Supple menting It and closing the bill for to- rtav Jack Demosey in "Daredevil Jack" will be seen in one of the most Interesting episodes of the serial. Riverside Park A balloon shower is tonight's fea ture at Riverside park, and over 60 prizes have been arranged by the management for distribution during the event. Special dancing numbers will prevail during the evening, and of course "Patsv" Allen will be on hand twice to delight with her rendi- 0. Bargain Matinee Saturday, 2:30 Tonight 8:15 Oil Z o (C o Ui -.Q . z i u. tc Hi -I Q 0. Z U. o o ELKS THEATER BRANDON BROS, 717 Phone 717 Mgr. THE GLADDEST OF ALL GLAD PLAYS "Turn to the Right" Best ExhiKerant Sine the Nation Want Dry BAINBRIDGE-KARNS STOCK CO. PRICES ONLY 30c, 55c, 85o z o SI 0 o tc o a. , id z 1 P r- a" o a m s SUGGESTIONS TO DAIRY FARMERS In an effort to control the home- market for dairy products, Clarence Dana, state dairy . commissioner, is forwarding a circular letter to the dairy farmers of the state bringing to their attentoin the fundamental principles for the production of wholesome, clean and well flavored butter and cheese. Mr. Dana is addressing tha whole salers. asking their co-operation in the state's efforts to benefit the dairymen, the creameries and tha general publicl Here Is his letter, containing many ' helpful- sugges tions: . - ' . . We know you are Interested In getting a better market for your product and better prices. To en able you to achieve this, we offer tha following suggestions and criticisms: No buttermaker, no matter how expert he may be. can make good butter from poor cream, therefore his success and the demand for home I dairy products lies largely in the hands of the dairy-farmer of this state. How shall we attain success in this enterprise? Ey observing and follow ing the simple rules herewith sub mitted in order to have clean, wholesome, marketable, milk and cream. First: The corral, barn, milk uten sils and milkers must be clean and the cows clean and healthy. Second: The separator, strainer and milking utensils must be cleansed and scalded immediately af ter being used as particles of milk or cream adhering to intra win act i a "starter" and cause souring. Third: The cream separated should be a 30 per cent to 40 per cent, pro duct, (not 10 per cent) as rich cream does not sour so readily as ' "thin" cream; is less bulk ana weight. therefore less expensive freight; reaches its destination In better shape; "stands up" better in churn ing; makes better butter and gets a better price and leaves more milk at home for feeding swine, poultry and stock. r, , Fourth: Cream aours quickly at a temperature above. CO degrees F.i therefore It should be cooled imme diately upon separation and during the summer months cover -the cans with wet burlap or blanket. . Fifth: Fresh cream should not be mixed with cream previously aepa rated until thoroughly cooled aa the new cream raises, tua temperature and hastens souring. Sixth: In order, to , keep cream smooth and uniform it . should be thoroughly stirred each time new cream is added ...... . Seventh: Keep cream In a well ventilated, clean place where no ob jectionable odora may. ba. absorbed and ehun rusty cans as you would the plague. . i Bv following circumspectly tha above suggestions we wilt secure bet-J ter prices for our dairy products, maintain our home market and con serve more fully tha health of the general public. Yours for better service. CLARENCE DANA, State Dairy Commiss-oner. TAKING TKJt CHAffOL awi- TP. e-; --jega mm f rathar Dtdnt X tall you not to 1st ma catch you doing thM ajnUoT Littla Willie Tea, air. ra,thr Than wby did you do thT Little Wlllia Saoaua f didn't tMai that you would catch m. EQUIPPED FOR FLIGHT. " Wag Oushington Do you feelievs that when poverty comes in at tha door lore flies out the window ? 1 Mr. Hardfax Sure! didn't you, aver notice the wing oa Cupid?" o Baking soda is sometimes used with water to put out large fires. A RICKARDS & NACE ENTERPRISES RIALTO LAST TIMES TODAY ELLIOTT DEXTER IN 'THE WITCHING HOUR" COMEDY NEWS Starting Tomorrow "THE AFFAIRS OF ANATOL" Cecil B. DeMille's greatest picture STRAfflP It'a a wonderfully appealing drama of a woman's soul. ELSIE FERGUSON IN "SACRED AND PROFANE LOVE" A Paramount COMEDY Picture. NEWS RIVERSIDE BALLOON SHOWER TONIGHT Tomorrow night the shower will include a diamond ring for the lady and a suit of clothes for the gentleman he selects it at Vic Hanny's. $10.00 IN CASH to the most attractive dress worn by any lady at Riverside tomorrow night. Hear Patsy Allen Twice Each Night. NEXT WEEK "OUR LITTLE WIFE" SHE'S NAUGHTY BUT NICE JMAKE RESERVATIONS NOW I' 7 'The Sky Pilot" Ralph Connor's greatest story produced by Catherine Curtis, formerly of Phoenix at the Strand starting Sunday. j . CECIL B. DEMILLE'S GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT "THE AFFAIRS OF ANATOL" THE CAST Wallace Reid, Glo. ria Swanson, Elliott Dexter, Wanda Haw ley, Babe Daniela, Monte Blue, Theo dore Roberts, Theo dore Kostoff, Agnes Ayres, Polly Moran, Julia Faye, Raymond Hatton. It's the picture you've been ,v expecting for a year.';,1,!'" NO ADVANCE; PRICES STARTS TC! 1 JRROW It I aKWb St DEPA1TJMENTSTURE 300 W. Wash. PHOENIX WaA UZ DEPARTMENT STUJOS WOMEN'S APPAREL At the Price You Want to Pav - - , A rtnTWv tf Ja.VfC' and style. Early in the market, -when the great selection of Fall Apparel was at itt bet the J. C. Penney Company vere able to secure the widest assortment at tie wanted models u t i, ,i i ,i j i a iV JJ..1 J.J. in au ixie new xauncs, me yuicu trimmings, auiu ulc vnguuu ucsiguo. Women's Coats New Sport Coatings, Normandle and Bolivia Cloth Attractive) In'eyery detail are these sew Coat, mad ot the better grada of Coat Id gi In s-urh a variety of color ing as Grey, Pekln Blue, tbe Autumn Browns and the ever-popular Nary. Every seam Is well tailored, the lin ings are gay In color, and the plain and fur trimmed models display every new style features. $14.75 to $34.75 Women's Dresses - Crepe Satin, Trkotlne, Cnanneas Embroidery and bea'dad design en- rich these prettiest of Presses -white wide or narrow girdles, trimmings of fringe and dainty lace restees ao4 collar combine to make them, mora attractive than the style of any past season. t All tbe new colors and Black, which Is considered, the most jxpulr for Fan wear. Waists and Blouses, $1.98 to $4.98 In the favored materials for fall, trimmed variously embroidered, and beaded. Tricolette Blouses, $5.90 Of excellent quality serge and daintily piped Navy Wool Serge Jumper Dresses, $5.90 Of excellent quality serge and daintily piped in contrasting colors. , All daintily hemstitched In contrasting THE LARGEST CHAIN DEPARTMENT. -store ORGANIZATION IN TUB WORLD.