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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1921.
"Arizona's Smartest Shop for
Women' and Misses' Apparel."
Fur Trimmed
Suits
$29.75 and $35.00
arrived from our
alert New York office
Saturday.
all wool 'velour de
laine with genuine fur
collars and silk lined.
Rich browns and blues
predominate.
(Women's and Misses'
sizes.).
Coming Events
Monday, Oct. 10 Civic education
department Woman's club at club
house, 2:15 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 11 Kiwanis club
luncheon at Y. M. C. A, noon.
Tuesday, Oct. 11 Apollo club organ
ization meeting, Osborn school at
4:15 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 13 Town meeting at
high school cafeteria, 6:30 P.m.
Thursday. Oct. 13 Maricopa chapter,
D. A. R Woman's club, 2:30 p.m.
Friday. Oct. 14 Rotary club lunch
eon at V. M. C. A, noon.
Friday, Oct 14 Friday club at Wom
an' club, 10 a.m.
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WEATHER FORECAST
Arizona: Monday and Tuesday
fair, little change in temperature. '
Colorado and New Mexico: Mon
day and Tuesday fair, continued
warm. . r .
WEATHER REPORT
IRE OFTHIli ONES
N FALLFASH10N SHOW ESSAY
CiTESTIEiMNOICEi
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5TYIB
SHOP
Cor. Adams at First Ave.
Balk Bldg.
OBITUARIES
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f Myrtle M. Kelley ' ' '
. Miss Myrtle M. Kelley. 82 years
Old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Kelley of 738 "West Fillmore street
died at midnight Friday. Besides her
parents she is survived by three sis
ters and two brothers, Mrs. William
Larson of Frescott, Mrs. Jack Moore
Of Detroit Ed Kelley of San Jose,
, Calif., and Mrs. Mary Smith and
Charles B. Kelley of Phoenix. - Fu-
Tieral services will be held at 8 o'clock
tomorrow -morning at St. Mary's
Catholic church. Burial will be in
the Catholic cemetery.
Funeral of James G. Simpson
. The funeral of James G. Simpson,
former newspaperman and garage
proprietor and well known resident
of Phoenix, who died Friday, will
he held at '4 o'clock, this afternoon at
the A . L. Moore and Son chapel
Burial will be In Greenwood ceme
tery.
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station f : a
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Boston . , . .W B0 BS Clear .00
Buffalo 52 B4 Pt. Cldy .01
Chicago 68 64 Cloudy .00
Denver 72 78 Clear .00
Flagstaff 64 72 Clear .00
Fresno 8 88 Clear .00
Galveston 72 74 Clear .00
Kansas City .. 78 82 Clear .00
Los Angelas ... 72 82 Pt. Cldy .00
Minneapolis ... 42 48 Cloudy .04
Needles 92 94 Ft. Cldy .00
New Orleans .. 70 78 Clear .00
New York; ....56 BS Clear .00
Oklahoma 76 90 Clear .00
PHOENIX 87 9S Clear .00
Pittsburg 56 60 Clear .00
Portland, Ore... 70 72 Clear .00
St Louis 68 76 Clear .00
Salt Lake City 74 76 Clear .00
San Diego 68 70 Clear .00
San Francisco. 56 62 Cloudy .00
Seattle .. 64 68 Clean 4 .00
Spokane ....... 74 76 Clear .00
Tampa 70 82 Clear .00
Tucson 88 94 Clear .00
Washington ...46O' 66 Clear .00
Winnipeg 42 52 Cloudy .00
Yuma 88 98 Clear .00
EVANS To Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
.Evans living on Central avenue,
Sunday afternoon, a son who has
been named James William Kvais.
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TO CONTINUE SERVICES
Vnion revival services which were
concluded at the Nazarene church
last night will be continued at the
Missionary church. Tenth and Fill
more streets, all this week under the
leadership of S. B. Shaw,' who has
been conducting the series of serv
ices. There will be services at the
Missionary church every night this
week.
CITY BAND PRACTISE The
Capitol City band will practice to
night, instead of tomorrow night as
previously arranged, P. A. Venne, di
rector, announced yesterday. The
regular concert will be given Thurs
day night at Library park.
. - Local Weather Yesterday
6 a.m. Noon 6 p.m.
Temp., dry bulb .. 64 92
Temp., wet bulb... B8 67 V 69
Humidity, per cent 72 26 41
Wind from N NE NW
Wind, miles 1 3 2
Rainfall 0 .0 0
Weather ....Clear Clear Clear
Highest yesterday ..... , 96
Highest this date for 26 years ...100
Lowest yesterday 63
Lowest this date for 26 years ... 51
Total rainfall 0
Excess in temperature yesterday,
7 degrees. .
Excess fn temperature since the
first of the month, 28 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since Jan. 1, 199 degrees.
Normal precipitation Jan. 1 to date,
6.16 inches.
Actual precipitation Jan. 1 to date,
2.89 inches. ,
l efjciency since Jan. 1. ?7 ln-hes
ROBERT Q. GRANT.
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Chairman White To
Call Democrats To
Meeting In Chicago
WASHINGTON, Oct. 9. A call is
to be issued by Chairman George
White tomorrow for a meeting of
the Democratic national committee
to be held within the next two or
three weeks, probably at Chicago.
Democratic leaders with whom Mr.
White conferred at the capitol to
dp y, said it would bring together
prominent men and women party
spokesmen from all sections of the
country.
Missouri University
To Spend $1,000,000
ST. LOUIS. Oct 9. A building
program .providing for the expendi
ture of approximately $1,000,000 for"
the Missouri state university at
Columbia, Mo., was announced here
today following a meeting of the
board of curators of the institution.
Any time you've an
appetite to trade for
deUght, just call for
Post Toasties
best cornflakes
No need to accept any bat the best in corn flakes
if yon apeak the name. "Post Toasties."
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY
you'll buy the Xtnas Brunswick
on our easy-pay plan! Start any time before Oct.
15th. Ask us about it.
HOME APPLIANCE COMPANY
33-S5 WEST ADAMS STREET PHONE 4026
SMOOTHER ACCELERATION
Meets the
strict require
ments of the
new Navy
Specifications
LOOK FOR THE WHITE PUMPS
Winners fn the undecided Fashion
Show window description essay con
tests wtere announced yesterday by
the Judges, the last contests having
been judged on the final day of the
fall style exposition which had been
In progress since Tuesday night. The
cash merchandise orders which were
the prizes, - were mailed out . imme
diately, officially closing the com
petition which brought entries from
every part of the' county.
The winners announced yesterday,
with the names of the stores whose
windows they described, were:
Diehl Shoe Store Mrs. Harry
Scales, 107 North Twenty-first
avenue.
Korricks Mrs. Mary Armour,
942 East Van'Buren street. .
Barrows Furniture Company
Mrs. Alice Keeney, 509 East Van
Buren street.
The Hub-rLulu C. Hall, 1109
North Central avenue.
Hyder Bros. Elmer Olsen, 1617
West Washington street.
Goldwaters' Mrs. Herbert
Young, 2025 West Adams street.
Ratner"s Apparel Shop Mrs.
Millie Gifford Jenkins, 805 North .
Sixth street.
Boston Store Miss M. E. Jack
son, 1631 West Washington.
As was the case the first day of
the judging, many very creditable
bits of descriptive writing were found.
Every possible style of description
was employed by the contestants, and
one of the winning entries was in
verse. The general quality of the es
says is shown in the following, se
lected from among the prize winners:
FORD LEVY FURNITURE CO.
What other attraction holds forth
as much real interest and pleasure
as a well ordered home? The great
est thing in life. The cheerfulness and
rosy glow of the hearth fire and the
illumination of the floor and bridge
lamps express the spirit of a cozy liv
ing room. -
Comfort appears in the overtsuffed
chair of rose velour with its luxuri
ant soft arms and back, the footstool
to match, .and the mahogany occa
sional table, essential in a living room
where convenience is considered. The
mahogany library table, with sides
of finely woven cane panels, conspic
uous with its beautiful graining, is
wonderfully 'suited to relieve the mas-
siveness of the overstuffed piece. The
entire arrangement from the pleas
ures of the fireplace to the truly dis-
tinetice blue Klearflax rug, strikes a
keynote of charm which is always
sought but not alway3 gained.
The five piece bedroom suite," one
of individual charm, modeled after
the style of Louis XVI, consists of a
bed, vanity dresser and bench, chif-
forobe, night stand and rocker. The
finish is in French gray with a dec
orative motif in rose. The rose color
is further carried out in the shade
of the boudoir lamp ' on the night
stand, and finally in the rug, rich in
quaut and soft color tone.
The two groups of furniture are an
assemblage of high character fur
niture furniture that the most ex
elusive and perfectly appointed homes
might well boast furniture to create
"atmosphere," that indefinable charm
of the home perfect.
Hazel B. Speakman.
KORRICK'S
The beauty of any merchandise
window display is determined, first,
in the attractive arrangement of the
goods to .be shown; second, an im
pressive olor scheme; third, in the
selection of goods to place on exhi
bition. ,
Korrick s window display was,
without a doubt, the best exhibit in
Phoenix on the evening of the Fash
ion Show, because it brought out all
the above mentioned qualities of a
good exhibit.
The handsome windows showed art
in their arrangement. They were not
too crowded as is often-the case in
such an exhibit. Th ladies' figures
were well placed to bring out an
artistic effect; while filmy materials
were well draped to show daintiness
of color and weave.
The fall, showing of millinery was
daintily arranged to display variety
of headgear as endorsed by Dame
Fashion.
- The coloring was especially well
chosen in the millinery display win
dow, where autumn leaves prevailed.
The color scheme of the main win
dows were confined to only a small
variety of popular tolors, while the
background set the windows off in
an attractive manner.
In the selection of the materials
to be exhibited, rare Judgment was
used by the window artists to choose
only the latest creations In gowns.
hats, footwear and filmy materials.
Having measured up to all the
rules of art and design, Korrick's
window display was the most at
tractive and artistically decorated
window in Phoenix on Tuesday eve
nlng. Mrs. Mary Armour.
HYDER' BROS.
That Hyder Bros, carry a popu
lar and complete Jine of Men's Fur
nishings is instantly conveyed to the
minds of those who stop and survey
tne neat ana attractive display win
dows of this concern.
xne iirst ooject to attract ones
attention it the simplicity with which
Hirsh-Wickwire Scotch and English
tweeds are displayed in the main or
Central window. The five suits on
highly varnished stands with a pur
ple plush background and a varied
assortment of cloth hats and caps to
matcn, aepict in a manner the popu
lar tan siyies.
in tne norm window are shown a
fine assortment of ties in a variety
of colors and styles; Wilson and
Sterling Brands of silk hosiery in
such popular colors as black, tan
and gray, also Wilson brand of Men's
woven corded handkerchiefs, both
plain and monogramed. A blue plush
velvet background sets off this win
dow. The south window has a large
variety of Stetson and Mallory
brands of velour hats, in the colors
which are to be ir vogue this fall
and winter: namely grey, tan and
brown. Intermingling with the velour
hats are caps In various tweed
shades. One couldn't "go wrong" in
choosing headwear from this win
dow. TThis display is offset by a
purple and yellow plush velvet back
ground. In the simplicity of arrangement
Mr. Hyder has "played up" to the
nature of the average man who dis
likes all unnecessary display. His
objective being wearing apparel of
latest styles and highest quality and
not the excessive twadry decoratives
toima in many display wuJoks.
For this main reason as stated
above "Simplicity" Hyder Bros.
could not have exhibited a more at
tractive window display for the bene
fit of all main atlenuculs of Fashion
Show who are look in tr for ouality
ana style.
ELMER OLSEN.
GOLD WATER'S
Speaking of color schemes. Gold
water's had them in their Fashion
Display. They were simply perfect.
One window was made up of the
new "flame" color and such lovely
frocks and another was done in gol
den yellow and black and the frocks
or gowns in this window were equally
perfect, and right beside them was a
black lynx scarf that Just looked like
life it was so glossy, and I am quite
sure that these lovely gowns must
have been right out. of the "band
box" just from Paris.
In the central front window, which
was all done in purple was an even
ing's gown of tulle and silk that was
simply a dream and this was all set
off with more fluffy tulle.
But what I want to tell you of now
was the window in black. There was
a wonderful evening gown 'of black
silk and the . front was Just like a
great lovely peafowl made of bead
work. I would have said this frock
or gown came right along in the
same box as those other French
gowns had I not looked again, and
seen a great basket of American
Beauty roses. Instead, I Just said,
"You darling, you may look French,
but I know you must be an "Ameri
can Beauty." "
Another window was done in the
shade o'f brown so popular and there
were two loveiy cresses nere, one
finished in brown lace and one in the
popular beadwork and Just beside
them were the other, necessary
articles of apparel to match. I just
had to call them a dream and to
think that right in their midst a
thoughtful hand had placed a huge
bouquet of yellow zirias that
blended right into the brown of the
gowns and these flowers just made
you think or the ones our grand
mothers used to grow.
I must say that Goldwater s had
by far the loveliest display of all.
MRS. HKKBBRT C TO I NO.
RATNER'S APPAREL SHOP
Ho, maiden, a fairy blonde are ye?
Then haste to Batner's and ye shall
see
In the southeast window, displayed
.with care.
The latest modes of the fashions rare,
drapes, a Whlttall rug (of pastel
shades) upon the floor, furnished
background for mahogany buffet
holding mahogany tray, techea water
set. and Universal percolator;
Mahogany table, (with matched
chairs, upholstered in Dutch blue silk
tapestry) holding a blue English vase
(flower filled) upon a Dutch blue
plush dran?;
Polychrome standard pedestal
lamp, with rose blue silk shade,
shedding radiance over all.
The next window displayed mis
cellaneous furnishings.
Handsome screens, rose colored
silk drapes, chenille rose colored
floor rug supplied background for ex
quisite rose colored damask chaise
lounge, a Polychrome cased Colum
bia, a cretonne Hope Chest, and lace
drapery display.
Mellow light from rose blue silk
shaded pedestal lamp lent enchant'
ment.
The "inside" living and dining
rooms contained articles meriting
minute description, but "limit of
words" prohibit.
Deserving special notice are rugs,
upholstered mulberry colored, set.
mahogany (settee shaped) table, pic
tures. vases, mahogany dining set
cut glass, and window draperies.
Tne Dearoom, witn wruttall rug.
contained a seven piece Polychrome
set, boudoir lamps adorning dresser;
Sealey mattress, down pillows, woo
blankets,, linen spread for bed; win
dows dressed in English lace and silk
madras completed a perfect room
The kitchen, with tiled floor, fairly
shone with nickle trimmed white
enamelled stove, refrigerator, cabinet.
table and chairs. White Swiss win
dow curtains suggested perfection.
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CHARLIE WHITE
FIGHT TO
OF
WHITE PLAGUE
t m
is
PURE SOX TIKE
FOUR STRAIGHT
FROM CHI CUBS
with a surplice-
(and the best of
An evening gown,
waist.
Of gray georgette,
taste.)
With a tissue belt of palest gold
From beneath which peeps a laven
dcr fold.
A cluster of orchids at the side:
The whole will fill your bouI with
pride.
Oh, maiden! Try this dress, I pray,
'Twill bring you joy for many a day.
And close' beside, of the same gray
hue
(For the squarrels have given their
pelts for you)
Is a soft fur coat, whose lining bright
Holds blue like the sky towards
summer night.
The hats! They are five from which
to choose.
And which ever you take you, cannot
lose., ,
There's one of blue, like the pea
cock's wing.
With silver, faced oh, a beautiful
thing .
And one of gray with a veil of lace.
Whose charm adds charm to your
charming face:
And one wide-brimmed, of a soft
gray panne.
Which would lure the heart of any
man.
And one, a toque of a brilliant style.
(You'd think 'twas covered with
beads the while)
And last, there's one whose silver
crown
On a wide black velvet brim, looks
down.
Oh. if ye've the money, haste away
To Ratner's Store! Do not delay!
For all in this window that's to view
Was made, my dear, for a blonde like
sou!
(Mrs.) Millie Gifford Jenkins.
CHICAGO, Oct. 9. The Chicago
American leaguers made it four in a
row from their National league rivals
toSay by winning 3 to 2, in the series
to decide the city . championship.
Hodge of the White Sox opposed
Grover Alexander., the Cobs' ace on
the mound, and the veteran suffered
his second defeat, while the White
Sox rookie was credited with his sec
ond win.
Hodge outpitched his veteran rival.
permitting only six hits, two of which
were bunched and resulted in a
earned run In the fifth. .The other
run was the result of a two-base
muff of Barber's fly by Mostil, an
infield out and Grimes' single.
Alexander was hit freely, but tight
ened in the pinches. Singles by
Johnson and Collins, with an infield
out sandwiched In between, gave the
White Sox the first run", while a pass
to Hooper, a sacrifice and Falk's
single- tied the count ! the sixth
Grimes error on Alexander's throw
of Johnson's bunt paved the wav for
the winning run. One man was out
at the time and Strunk sent Johnson
to third on a single to right. Collins'
lone fly to center let Johnson score
Mosul hurt himself in the sixth
inning, being replaced by Falk.
The attendance was announced as
28381 and the gross receipts 125.400
The players' share was $12,954; clubs
share $3,636, and the commissioners
share $3,810.
Score: R H E
Nationals 010 010 0002 3
Americans ..... 100 001 lOx 3 9 1
Batteries: Alexander and O'Far-
rell; Hodge and Taryan.
Brodie Succeeds
George W. Hunt As
Minister To Siam
tRepublican A. P. Leased Wire
WASHINGTON, Oct. 9 Nomina
tions of a number of American minis
ters to foreign countries were con
firmed yesterday by the senate. They
were: Lewis Einstein of Iew xork,
Czecho-Slovakia; John E. Eomer,
Colorado. Nicaragua: John G. South
Kentucky, Panama; Edward E. Bro
die, Oregon. Siam; Roy T. Davis, of
Missouri, Guatemala: Charles L.
Kagey oi Kansas, Finland: Willis
C. Cook, Couth Dakota, Venezuela
Charles S. Wilson, of Maine. Bul-
garia and Lauritz S. Swenson, Nor
way.
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DIEHL'S SHOE STORE
Guided bv the Spirit of Light,
through a triumphal arch, along an
avenue 'of pink plush, lightly tripped
Dama Fashion to her revel among the
new Fall Footwear.
Men's shoes and women's shoes
black shoes and brown shoes: frivo
lous little slippers bedecked in steel
beads waiting for a pair of dancing
feet; staid sober oxfords to guide
a dainty foot along the straight and
narrow path; rollocking Jo!ly sport
shoes, brave In bands of stitchery
pining for the golf links: dainty
strapped confections breathing of
afternoons at bridge; solemn busl
ness shoes to grace a bank presi
dent's feet; shiny patent leathers
hinting of winter revels: dull satins
smilingly, dignified; fine calf skins
secure in the knowledge of their pop
ularity; coarse Scotch grains aloof
in their newness; shoes .for each day
and for every occasion, but all
breathing of quality and smartness!
an assemblage of Fashion s Favo
rites.
MRS. HARfRY SCALES.
DONOFRIO FLORAL
If you had suddenly stepped Into
Fairyland, no lovelier view would
have met your eyes, than Donofrio's
presented Tuesday evening in its
exhibit.
The windows were brilliantly
lighted, displaying a bower of flow
ers. Hanging baskets of Springeria
fern furnished the green, while the
color scheme of yellow and white-was
cleverly carried out with flowers.
Immense bouquets of the large feath
ery chrysanthemums in yellow and
white, artistically arranged, had the
prominent places in the foreground.
In the corners of the windows were
dainty wall vases, hung, one below
another, filled with Shasta daisies.
thus carrying out still further the
color scheme. On each side were
large mirrors, making the display
seem much larger, and doubly beau
tiful, as reflection alw-ays does.
The effectiveness of the whole ar
rangement made the scene such a
one of beauty as not soon to be for
gotten. MISS MAt'DE MARSHALL.
BARROWS FURNITURE
Barrows Furniture windows pre
sented a living room with a back
ground of pictures, silken draperies,
a window dressed in Scranton lace
and Orinoco tapestry.
A Whittall rug (Oriental prayer
mat design) covering the floor, had
wonderful creations displayed upon
it. Mahogany sofa, easy chairs up
holstered in taupe mohair velvet;
mahogany table with silken drapery,
holding a blue Bretby jar; mahogany
lamp, with rnse, blue silk shaded i.
luminating all. .
Beyond pedestals and jardeinieres j
of plants, a dining room showed
artistic appointments.
Silk madras, chenille, Italian lace
FIRST BATHTUB IN THE U. S.
The first bathtub in the United
States was installed in Cincinnati,
O., Dec. 20. 1S42. by Adam Thompson,
according to the records of the man
ufacturers of plumbers' materials. "At
a Christmas party," it is said.
"Thompson exhibited his tub, lined
with mahogany and sheet lead, to his
guests; later, four of then took a
plunge." Th tficldent and the new
invention aroused considerable crit
icism. Some papers called the inno
vation, an epicurean luxury; others
thought it undemocratic. President
Fillmore, however, after seeing the
original bathtub, is said to have had
one Installed in the White House.
Outlook.
Is boxing a body builder and health
restorer?
This question has ben asked thou
sands of times both by persons in
favor of boxing and those opposed
to the fight game.
In the following article written
by Charlie White the day before his
bout with Bobbie Ward at Denver,
the fans get an inside peep at White's
early career and gather few facts
on boxing.
White and Billy Alger meet at El
Paso tonight.
The following is taken from the
Denver Express:
- By Charlie White:
I am here to box Bobby Ward at
the Stockyards, Friday night. But
since my arrival' in Denver many
people have asked me how I trans
former my3elf from a tuDercuiar to i
lightweight contender without medi
cal aid.
Naturally, health is a subject I
think much about.
So Tm going to give you my secret
of body building in a nutshell in the
hope that it will help others girls
as well as boys men and women.
As a boy I was employed in a Chi
cago print shop. Dust and ink fumes
injured my already weak system,
became very 111.
I consulted Theodore B. Sachs, then
head of the Chicago Tuberculosis in
stitute. He examined me. He declared
me tubercular and advised that I go
to Denver immediately.
No Money to Buy Health
My parents were poor. I was one
of nine children.
I explained my financial position to
Dr. Sachs.
He advised the next best thing
physical training, plenty of fresh air.
ola in. wholesome food. .
Next aay 1 enrolled in -roi. wn
liam O'Connell's physical culture
school.
Professor O'Connell was aiscour
aged at the idea of developing such
a sickly, skinny armed, thin chested
specimen aa I presented.
1 did what he tow me to do.
First Stp to Irlealthvilla
After rigidly adhering to a pro
gram of exercises, deep breathing and
walking and proper diet, I began to
gain welpht and strength.
In his school I became interested
in boxing. Many a beatiig I got un
til I gained enough strength to re
taliate on the very ones who had
floored me dozens of times. .
When I was on the road to health
I devised a schedule of dally living
for myself. t
I have faithfully carried it out from
that day to this.
How You Can Go There
Here's my health program:
Fifteen minutey setting op exer
cisee on rising.
Deep breathing before an open win
dow.
Refrain from all undue excitement
and hurry in business affairs. -
Three meals a day at regular hours.
Abstain from rich fried foods.. pas
rles, excessive meat eating and from
starchy foods.
And all foods chew Chew CHEW
Eight hours sleep.
Keep the windows open winter and
summer. ..
Abstain from tobacco and atimu
lants.
Be well by keeping well.
Interest yourself in some athletic
game that requires prowess.
Healthy minds are bred in neanny
bodies.
Make a program of diet and sen
sible diet for yourself.
Then make this program a habit of
your life.
Why I Go on Forever
As a result of following a health
routine regularly I have been box
lng 13 years.
I have met 11 champions.
All, with the exception of Benny
Leonard, have passed off the stage
of a grim game.
Yet I, because I have found health,
and kept it, am still accorded a place
at the top of the ranks as leading!
contnder for the lightweight cham
pionship of the world, which I yet
expect to w.n.
Health is an investment. Money
can't buy lt Money can't keep it.
But the athletic program I hav
told you of can. Start today.
Although there are 11 parts in
Mile-a-Mlnute Kendall," the three-
act comedy 'v with which the Baln-bridge-Karns
Stock company opened
the week at the Elks theater last
night. Maude Truax, playing "Ame
lia," the pessimistic housekeeper who
never happy unless she is per
fectly miserable. Is just about the
best three-quarters of the show. An
audience which filled the theater
made friends with her when the cur
tain went up. and until the final drop
the play was her own.
This doesn t mean that the comedy
a one-man. or rather, a one-wom-
ffair. for It is a well ballanced
production in which opportunity - is
given to- every character for distinct-
work. , Roscoe Karns and Ruth
Saville carried the story along con-
incingly and smoothly, and Bher-
man Bainbridga as the miserly Jim
Evans, gave the two principals a
fine background. Lloyd Corrigan as
Judge Weeks added many a ray of
sunshine to Amelia s cloudy world.
nd Joan Evans. Cleora Orden. Al
McDonald. Walter Corry and Hugh
Metcalf assist In making the play one
f the most enjoyable yet presented
bv this popular company.
The plav will continue during tne
week, with the usual JVednesday and
Saturday matinees. During the eve
ning announcement was made that
Monday evening will be high scnool
evenings, when the high school band
will play in front of the theater be
fore the curtain goes UP-
IAUDE TRUAX MAKES
IT
conn
FFERING
AT ELKS
ROYAL ARCH MASONS will
,-onfer the Royal Arch degree
tonight in Masonic hall at
7:30. Visiting Companions
rdialjy Invited.
E. O. CARLISLE, H. P. It
o
' NOTICE
k. All members of Phoenix
lodge No. 2. . Knights of
Pythias, are requested to
attend the funeral of
late Brother Joe Alfred
Terrell at 10 a. m. and
also v of our late Brother
James G. Simpson a
p. m. at toe parlors oi iuoore ana
Son. - It
If you want to ob
tain the utmost - in
Quality this'Fall 'park'
yourself at this shop.
Large displays of all
wool, hand tailored
suits, reaso nably
priced.
Full showing of
'Knox' New York Fall
hats for men.-
All sizes and widths
in all the new lasts in
Edwin Clapp shoes.
Shi rts, underwear,
hosiery, collars, crav
ats, sweaters, and all
other "fixings" in the
finest quality obtainable.
McDougaD & Cassou
Washington Street
DEMAND
1
ICORA CREAMED &
PHOENIX, ARIZONA-
"From Arizona Cows"
"Confidential Credit"
Wear While You Pay
44 West Washington St.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST OR STRAYED Gray police
dog, 1 year oU, crippled right hind
leg. wearing license tag and round
collar with brass lock; reward.
Notify Smith. Police Dept.. 3062. 3t
PLUMBING
HONEST WORK, FAIR PRICES
Send ma your work for
quick and efficient eervice
, O. E. BELLAS
620 North Firat St. Phone 2875
fTtt-Q . . emrr DnttMrq )
I aril 1 for Ls Monri J
New Tires for Your
Old Ones.
Choice of Standard Brands '
WOODS TIRE SHOP
Phone 1313 301 N. First St.
C WASHINGTON ST
VALLEY MACHINE
WORKS
Machine Work and Welding
Phone 1085
306 South Seventh Avenue
SPECIALISTS
In Examination of Eyea and fitting
ef correct
Glasses
NORTHRUP OPTICAL CO.
9 East Adams Street
Phone 5090 for Appointment
CONSTABLE ICE &
FUEL CO.
Phone 1555
Pure Ice, Good Service
HANSON & KARLSON
737 GRAND AVE.
Machinists - Engineers
Auio and Gas Engine Mechanics
Welding and Forging
10
13
14
WHAT?
Shrine
Minstrels
October 13-14
lays:
"We'll raise a kick, we'll raise it quick,
A kick in every cell.
So, bring your battery here to us.
We'll make your battery well."
WESTINGHOUSE ATTENTION
MORGAN MOTOR SERVICE
First Street and Van Buren Phone 4958
Phone 1387
We Deliver Why
Pack Them Home?
SPUDS SPUDS
14 lba. Fancy California Krt
Rurhank Potatoes JUC
50 lba. California
Burbank Potatoes..
100 lbs. California
Burbank Potatoes
5 Gallon Can Honey,
SO lbs net weight
-Gallon Pure
Honey :..
SUGAR SUGAR
It lbs. South American- Cane
Sugar wl:
other groceries
South American Cane Sugar
T.. .. -S6.80
APPLES APPLES
Red Winter Permaln CO' AJt
Apples, per box ... tDeUO
Fine cooking and fine eating
apple.
BACON and HAM
Sugar Cured Bacon f Q
18c
$1.80
$3.40
y; S3.50
45c
IGAR
n. Can
1th 15.00 order of Q1
oceries V--
...95c
.. 25c
$5.40
:.25c
. 98c
Squares, per lb
Sugar Cured Picnic
Hams, per lb. .....
10 lbs. Apache Pure gQ
5 lbs. Apache Pure
Lard
7 bars Laundry
Soap . . . .
48 cans Armour's
Milk
Fresh Eggs,
Per dozen ...
t Large Loaves
Bread
lbs. Pure Fruit
Jam .'
Following kinds: Peach, Fig,
Apricot and Plum.
24 lbs.
Flour
4S pounds
Flour :
Post Toasties.
Package
Kellogg"s Corn Flakes
Package
Milo Maize. J
Per 100 lbs.....
Bran.
Per sack ,
Rolled Barley.
Per sack
Large Can ,
Armour's Milk..
98c
1.95
lie
12c
'1.85
1.20
1.10
lie
TOBACCO PRICES
. 75c
. 75c
1.60
1.60
.1.60
. 25c
. 75c
Star Tobacco
Per lb
Horseshoe.
Per lb
Camels
Per Carton. .
Lucky Strike.
Per Carton. .
Chestrfield.
Per Carton..
3 Fackages
Bull Durham
Brown Mule.
Per Plug
Marvin Smith
Grocery Co.
Phone 1387
329 East Washington St.
We Deliver and Pack Mail
Orders.
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