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(Section Three)
Although socially there is little
evidence that society is at home,
practically all of its members have
Fifth Avenue's dictate
Black .
la answered In lustrous Patent and
oft dull finish calf strap pumps with
the stylish Covered Cuban Heels that
are to be an the rage this Fall and
Oar own exclusive designs arrive
dally. There are beautiful browns,
beige and grey kid. black satins plain
or beaded. Oxfords, Pumps and Slip
pers In all popular heels and straps
matching the new gowns and for
every occasion.
Our Prices Are Lower For
Hioh Grade Shoes
because we give the -public the bene
fit of Decreased Manufacturing Cost.
Make It a practice to compare the
Cinderella's Quality and prices -before
We also are In constant receipt of
Novelty Shoes at Popular Prices.
See Our Windows.
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Theater Blda.
returned from long vacations. The
calendar, however, is duller than the
late spring season when despite the
approach of summer countless affairs
lent to the enjoyment of what would
otherwise have been dull days. With
home, getting the youngsters ready
for school and college, and deciding
on new house furnishings milady has
not devoted a thought to the events
that will soon crowd the calendar.
Even the usual picnic suppers, favo
rite mid-season diversions, have been
banished that Undivided attention
might be given to the home.
Late October will usher in Country
club affairs, while the Thanksgiving
season will be replete with scores of
attractive events. The fact that the
fair has been cancelled will have the
effect of increasing rather than de
creasing the number of smart func
tions for the week always in the past
left open for the races and the dif-
rawm nf?oi.lnira nrrarwttttK bv the State
fair commission will now be given
over to the usual social functions,
luncheons, dinner dances and bridge.
Mrs. A. L. Moore Is
Entertaining Neice
Mrs. A. L. Moore who returned
from the coast a few days ago is
entertaining her niece, Miss jwsie
Potter of New York, who will ba her
guest all winter. Miss Potter visited
here a number of years ago and
made many friends who will be de
lighted to know she will be in Phoe
nix this season.
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Returns From New
York After Vacation :
Mrs. W. K. James has returned
from New Tork where she spent a
fortnight following a pleasant sum
mer at Iron Springs. Her young
grandson, Billy James, returned west
with Mrs. James.
Greeting Cards
Now On Sale
Also Distinctive Cards for
very occasion.
r,Ii!!er-Sterlin3 Co.
Where Quality Counts
H. W. DAYKIN, Pre.
42 N. Central
Books Stationery Gifts ;
BSBssassssss 0- s n g i J u : J '
1 . Phographed'by Heath.
One of the most attractive visitors
here for the early winter season is
Mrs. James M. Barnett . of New
Bloomfield, Pa., .who Is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Charles De Sales
Wheeler. Mrs. Barnett who Is an un
usually beautiful young woman has a
charming personality that has al
ready made her many friends in local
society. She expects to be here until
shortly before the holidays when she
will tour the coast Joining her hus
band. Judge Barnett of the forty-sec
ond judicial district in Philadelphia
where he frequently holds court, a
few days before Christmas.
Eat a Disk of Ice Cream Every Day
-be sure that it's DONOFRIO'S
It's a pleasure for us to know that many people, when they
taste another kind of Ice Cream, say "It's almost as good as
The pre-eminent position now occupied by Donofrio's Ice
Cream is the" direct result of Quality.
This pure, wholesome, healthful food is made in a modern
plant which fairly shines with cl eanliness. Every step in its man
ufacture is under rigid inspection to assure you of getting pure,
clean wholesome ice cream. .
Donofrio's delightful ice cream, flavored with red-ripe cherries, ground
mararoons, and chopped nuts -the dessert for your dinner today.
Phone 4301 -we'll send it out to you.
'i First Street
Telephone 4301
California Visitors
Expected To Return
Mrs. R. Allyn Lewis, Miss Mary
Lewis and Miss Eleanor Lewis, who
summered in Oakland are expected
home the latter part of the week.
Return From Trip
To Northern Arizona
Mr. and Mrs. J. Leonard Norton
and their little daughter. Miss Myrtle
Norton returned Monday for a, three
months' absence in northern Arizona.
Here From Tucson
After-Month's Visit
. Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Pishon
returned Wednesday from - Tucson
where they spent the past month.
Early in the summer Mrs. Pishon
visited in Colorado where her sister,
Mrs. Kd Rowe spent the season. She
will arrive on Monday to be here for
a few weeks before joining Mr. Rowe
in Los Angeles where they will make
their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Cashion
Return From California .
Mr. and Mrs. Angus Cashion have
returned from California where they
Society Expecting
Return of Oberf elders
Society is looking forward to a
visit this winter from Mr. and Mrs.
Simon Oberfeder whose long absence
In California is a matter of regret to
their legion of friends. While the
Oberfelders have decided to make
their home in San Francisco they
have planned to spend at least a few
weeks here during the winter season.
Leave for Month's
Stay In California
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wayland will
leave this evening for a month's stay
on the coast. They will spend a fort
night in San Francisco timing their
visit to Los Angeles for grand opera
week. ,
Lease Plath Residence
For Winter Months
Power Conway and his sister. Miss
Ellen Conway have leased the Plath
residence on Palm Lane for the sca-
Holds Luncheon In
Honor of Visitor
Miss Angela Marshall gave nn in
formal luncheon on Wednesday in
honor of Miss Helena Conway of Chi
cago who spent the early week litre
with her sister. Miss Ellen Conway.
Besides the guest of honor and Miss
Ellen Conway, Mrs. Ernest Davis .en
joyed Miss Marshall's hospitality.
Dr. and Mrs. Goodrich '
Are Dinner Hosts
Dr. and Mrs. George Goodrich were
informal dinner hosts at the Ranch
House Tuesday evening. Covers were
laid for six.
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Informal Dance Is ,
Notable Affair
Among the most notable event of
the week was. the informal dance
given by R. Allyn Lewis at his liomeH
on Coronado Road. Among those
there were Mr. and Mrs. Julian
Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Gibert Nairn,
Mr. and Mrs. John Poos, Judge and
Mrs. Ernest Lewis, Mrs. Barry Gold
water, Mrs. Joe Brown, Miss Alice
Bacheim, Garrett Schullar and E. R.
Mr. and Mrs. John Longan ,
Entertain At Dinner v
Mr. and Mrs. John Longan Were
informal dinner hosts Wednesday
evening when they had as guests Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Webber.
Railroad Man and
Daughter Entertained
H. p. Anewalt, general freight
agent of the Santa, Fe with head
quarters in Los Angeles accompanied
by his attractive niece. Miss Eleanor
Cooperi spent the early week in
Phoenix. Among the many who ex
tended charming courtesies to the
visitors were Mr.' and Mrs. Aaron
Goldberg who entertained at dinner
in their honor.
e .
Mrs. Thornton Entertains In
Honor of Mrs. .Marian
Mrs. Tom Thornton of West Mon
roe street gave a charming affair on
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The selection of Mrs. Lloyd B.
Christy as president of the Woman's
club is most satisfactory to tne mem
bership with whom Mrs. Christy is
exceedingly popular as an executive
in addition to the legion of friends
she has made by her. delightful per
sonality. Mrs. Christy previously
served on the executive board and at
the spring meeting of the club was
elected its vice president. She was
made chairman by the resignation of
Mrs. Joseph Stark.
Tuesday In honor of Mrs. Lawrence
Harlan, a bride of the summer. Cut
flowers and greenery decorated ef
fectively and many details in the ar
rangement lent attractiveness to the
affair. Those there were Mrs. Har
lan, Mrs. R. A. Ames, Mrs. Mai Free
man, Mrs. Ethel Loose, Mrs. Frank
Harmon, Mrs. Mabelle Graves, Miss
Feme Johnson, Miss Gertrude Fogle,
Miss Pearl McElhaney Miss Ruth
fietts. Miss Marlon Jackson, Miss
Dorothy Palmer and Miss Gladys
Mr. and Mrs. Lorrillard
Expected To Return Soon
Mr. and Mrs. Beeckman Lorrilard
are expected home early next week
from Los Angeles where they are
spending, a fortnight following a
more extensive absence in Santa Bar
bara. e e
Mrs. Brewnfield and Daughter
Will Winter In Seattle
Mrs. Robert Brownfield Is estab
lished In Seattle for the winter, her
daughter. Miss Dorothy Brownfield,
having registered at the University
of Washington.
Miss Jean Armstrong Is
Returning From Trip Abroad
Miss Jean Armstrong has arrived
in New York from Europe where she
spent the summer in extensive trav
el. She will remain in the east until
the. first of the month when she will
return to Phoenix.
Mrs. William O. 8w..k
To Return From Portland
Mrs. William O. Sweek will return
October 10 from Portland where she
spent the summer months.
Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett Heard
Return From 8ummer Abroad
Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett Heard ar
rived Tuesday from California where
they spent a week following , their
summer abroad with Mr- nd Mrs.
Dwight B. Heard with whom they
are staying until the completion of
their home on the south side.
Mr. and Mrs. O'Cennell
Return to Chicago Home -
Mr. and Mrs. James A. O'Connell
left Friday for their home In Chicago
after a delightful week's stay in town
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ke
hoe of 340 North Eighteenth avenue
who gave a number of charming af
fairs in; their honor. A picnic sup
per at Pa pa (to and a down town din
ner were included in the events given
during their visit which followed a
tour of the western coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Fennemore .
Will Return To Coast
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Fennemore will
leave October 3 for San - Francisco
stopping over in Los Angeles before
their return for the grand opera
Judge and Mrs. Lewis
Hosts To Tucson Guests
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Smalley
cf Tucson spent several days in town
last week with Judge and Mrs.
Ernest Lewis.
Mrs. Garrett Schullar Will
Defer Her Return Here
Mrs. Garrett Schullar will 'be ab
sent from town until late in the sea
son having planned to remain in
Peoria until December 1.
Mrs. W. S. Pickrell
Remains At Coast
Mrs. W. S. Pickrell who summered
on the coast Is the guest of Mrs. W.
S. Pickrell has not yettimed her re
turn. She Is being extensively en
tertained by former Phoenicians now
living in Los Angeles.
Quartette of College Boys
Will Leave tor Stanford
A number of college boys will re
turn to their studies on Wednesday
when Richard Fennemore, Donald
Martin, Harry Wiberg and Archie
McCall among others will leave for
Palo Alto. The four popular mem
bers of the Junior set have registered
at Stanford.
Dr. and Mrs. Liknatiz
Established for Winter
Dr. and Mrs. David Liknatiz have
moved from the apartment they oc
cupied last winter ' and are .estab
lished at 3lf East Portland street for
the season.
Martin-Lindsley Wedding ,
Of Interest, To Society
Cards have been received here an
nouncing the wedding of Miss Helen
Lindsley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ross K. Lindsley of Tucson to Jack
Barnes Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Martin also of Tucson. The
event took place in Pasadena Sep
tember 8 and the young folk are still
honeymooning on the coast. At pres
ent they are at Lake Tahoe and ex
pect to drive to phoenix en route for
their home in Tucson where Mr. Mar
tin is president of the People's Fuel
and Feed company. He is also head
of the Capitol Fuel and Feed com
pany of this city which will necessi
tate frequent business trips to this
city which wJH give society the 'op
portunity of seeing much of the pop
ular young club man and his attrac
tive bride. His sister, Mrs. Earl Tut
tle Hazelett will entertain them on
their visit here the latter part of the
month and on . their arrival in the
Old Pueblo. Mr. Martin's grand
mother, MTs. W. H. Barnes will give
a brilliant reception in their honor In
her attractive new home in the Uni
versity district.
Birthday Celebration
Enjoyed By Small Folk
In celebration of the second birth-'
day of her daughter. Miss Ruthadele
Young, Mrs. C. H. Young gave an
elaborate children's party Wednes
day afternoon at her borne on East
Lynwood street. There were inter
esting out door games for which
pretty prizes were awarded while a
feature of the afternoon was the pho
tographing of the kiddies. The house
decorations were of pink and green,
the colors being cleverly entwined In
the festooning which arrangement
was carried out in the dining room.
The guests were seated at one long
table, the tiny hostess presiding on
a throne at the head of the table
while at the other end on a like
throne was seated Miss Elane Pal
mer who also had a birthdoy on
Wednesday. Cunning favors were
at each place? Mrs. Young was as
sisted by Mrs. Charles Waghorn,
Mrs. Emma T. Jack, Mrs. Ernest
Munson, Mrs. Earl Taber, Mrs. Mary
Thatcher and Miss Minnie Porter.
made to match your gown. , Old
hats remodeled t the
115 East Roosevelt
We tak pleasure in stating we have been able to secure the services of
to' take charge of the Ladies' Bath, Massage and Physical Culture
Department. Miss Duell is a .trained and registered nurse, graduate
of the University of Michigan School of Nursing, 4 years course and 1
year special in Massage and Hydro-Therapy.
She has been a nurse for two years in Phoenix and has a wide
acquaintance. sShe will be-pleased to meet and wait on you.
DeMarvel Institute
131 North C.ntral Av.nu. - ' .
We have spoken to you of
a dependable cleansing ser
vice the only kind of ser
vice we know how to give.
Whether or not you have
been satisfied with your
cleansing elsewhere, we
would like the opportunity
of demonstrating our ability
to serve you better. Have
you tried our service yet?
If so we thank you if not,
telephone us today, or the
first time you need us.
P. 8. This i the last of this little series
of ads for you with an earnest desire to be
of service.
Phones: Branch 14 W. Adams
1896 4396 Plant Third Ave. and Madison
, The Shampoo- is by far the most Important work done in a Hair
dressing Shop, because it la an absolute necessity If you want to
keep your hair and scalp in a healthy condition. Nearly all cases of
dandruff are due to lack of, or Improper shampooing.
A good shampoo requires a good operator, best of water and soap,
and a hair-dryer blowing both hot and cold air.
A poor operator can spoil the best, of water, soap and equipment,
and on the other hand the best operator in the world cannot give a
good shampoo with poor water, soap, and without a hair-dryer. That
is one reason a woman can never give herself a really good sham
poo because It takes too long to dry It. and dandruff Just thrives In
damp hair packed close to the head so It excludes the air.
A good operator la so evidently necessary that there la no use
In discussing it. So Is a dryer blowing both hot and cold air.
Castile soap Is as good if not better than any fancy soaps or
emulsions although we furnish them on request of some customers
who like them. -
Water We have experimented privately with these so-called
Mountain Springs Water and percolated - water, but we have found
them very unsatisfactory unless softened by acids, and that ruins
the hair, so we have to continue buying distilled water, although it
is pretty expensive. Just how big an item of expense it la you can
Judge from our own experience from Sept. 25, 1920 to Sept. 24, 1921.
We have bought from the Constable Ice Co. 9,350 gallons of distilled
, water enough for 4,694 shampoos. Just about two gallons to each
shampoo, or nearly 17c worth of water for each shampoo. John
Eyrich, who delivers for the Constable Ice Co., can verify this state
ment. We buy it mostly in the form of ice, for it keeps cleaner and
fresher that way. As we have to keep 100 gallons on hand most of
the time that would be 20 bottles of 6 gallons each, which takes up
too much room, and the bottles are too heavy for the girls to lift
into the stand,
Mr. Altken, manager of the ice company, says all ice made for
human consumption is made entirely of distilled water, free from
ammonia or any other Ingredient, but pure distilled water.
We go into these details because we have guaranteed our cus
tomers they were getting a Distilled Water Shampoo and in order to
verify our statements we think OUR CUSTOMERS have a right to
buy, for we appreciate your patronage and aim to keep It by giving
you full value for your money.
We are in a better shape than ever to serve you in our large
new place with a staff of experienced operators. NO APPRENTICES
will ever WORK on YOU in OUR PLACE as long as WE run it.
We will be pleased to see all our old customers and their friends,
also all the new ones we can get, for we have room for 16 operators
on one side and five on the other.
We will be glad to extend credit to ail Public School Teachers
during the months of September and October.
Our $5.00 tickets are good for $6.00 worth of work in either Hair
Shop or Institute, for any member of the family.
Shampoo for Ladies, 75c; for Gentlemen, 50c.
Separate entrance and room for men for any branch of the work.
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Wings of the morning! .
Do you want the full delights of ,
a really good cup of coffee?
Then get one of the coffees packed
in vacuum-sealed tins the only
way to get the full fragrance and -the
rich .smooth taste.
These coffees cost just about the.
same per cup as ordinary coffee-.
Schilling's is the money-back one.
Schilling Coffee
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