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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1921.
PAGE FIVL GHEAT AUTUMN CEHIIl OF ' SHRINE OPENED Sixty Novices Become Nobles In All-Day Cele brationGrand Ball To Conclude Meeting To night ' Escorting more than 60 novices across the burning sands and Initiat ing them Into the rites, mysteries nil oblliration of the Mystic Shrine, El Zaribah temple held yesterday its great fall ceremonial. Gathered from every corner of the tate were candi dates for the temple, and from the time the first novice ventured upon h the streets yesterday morning until the final ceremony was performed at the auditorium last night their lives Iwere filled with all the excitement hat men can stand without calling for a doctor, and today as full-fledged members of the order they will ex- eerlence as nobles the real hospital ity, fraternity and kindnesses of the great organization which they en tered yesterday. The celebratioB started ta the . moraine with the arrival ot the first train. The Shrine patrol, ray In Kouave uniforms, the drum and bugle corps, spick and span, met every train and brought the visiting nouies and novices to ceremonial headquar ters in the lobby of the Commercial hotel, where Noble E. C. Phelps and rnms of assistants welcomed them fb the city and gave them the first evidences of the hospitality of El Zaribah. At the same time a ladies' entertainment committee r.giatered the ladies of the visiting Shriners and prospective members, continuing the registration at the Masonic tem ple from noon until 2 o'clock, when a reception, followed by cards and re freshments, was held. Preceded by a brief business ses sion, the initiation began at 2:30 o'clock at the Shrine auditorium, where It continued until 5 o'clock, when the traditional banquet was held In the auditorium dining room, which had been decorate especially for the occasion. When the banquet had gone the way of all good din ners the Shriners and novices pre pared for the parade, which started from the corner of Fourth avenue and Washington street at 7 o'clock. Parade Colorful Affair Head'ed by the patrftl and the drum and bugle corps In their colorful uni forms, the procession marched through the streets of the business district In a blaze of red fire, with the novices stalking forlornly butween two lines of nobles in their fezzes. Then came the band of the Phoenix Indian school and then Vic Hanny, Illustrious potentate of El Zaribah, and-the members of his divan In a magnificent float. A long line of nobles on foot followed, the proces sion ending with a number of auto mobiles carrying other nobles. At 8 o'clock the second section of the work waa conferred at the audi torium, ending the day's orogram. The festivities today will commence with an "entertainment de luxe" at 9 o'clock this morning at the audito rium for the ladies of the Shrine, the entertainment being the chief feature of the last day of the ceremonial, wun the exception of the grand ball this evening. During the day those Shrlnere who do not assist In the program at the auditorium are to be entertained in various manner by members of El aZrlbah. This evening the grand ceremonial ball of El Zaribah temple will be held at the auditorium. This Is to be a Shrine affair exclusively, only Buying With the Assurance You're Right! Davy Crockett flsed to say, "Be BTtre you're right, then go ahead. Economy la not a matter of aaving; it's spending money to the beet advantages You can add materially to the effectiveness of your baying by patronising a store where the utmost is given for the least expenditiare. The J. C Penney Company, names its price the same for all I Peter is never robbed to pay PaoL In paying the price, you know yea are getting the same square deal as your neighbor. Money has an earning power and paying cash enables yon to save a percentage of the losses sustained in doing a credit business. Carrying home your own purchases saves you the Increase In prices that is added to cover the cost of delivery horses, auto mobiles, their upkeep, delivery men 1 And added to these important savings is the purchasing power of this Nation-wide institution an organization of 312 stores in 26 States. You can ?go ahead" at a J. C Penney Com pany store with full assurance that "you're right." Try it! 312 DEPARTMENT STORES members of the order and their ladles being admitted. The great hall has been decorated with the greatest care for the ball; the music is to be the best obtainable, and everything con nected with the event Is to be of the highest standard. Resident nobles, by which is meant all the nobles of the Salt P.iver valley, are permitted to bring only one lady to the ball a restriction which does not apply to visiting Shriners. Admission- to the ball will be by 1921 card. Until noon today the Headquarters of the temple will be maintained In the lobby of the Commercial hotel, where visiting nobles mav obtain all information or other courtesies they desire. ... New Members Th'e candidates admitted yesterday to El Zaribah temple are as follows: L. c. Johnson Ij. H. Newman Rodney Downing Leslie F- Kennedy S. U Phillips R. I Still V. O. Walllngford Harry Roberts F. H. Carlson George W. Rowan J. S. Pflefer J. E. Woods C. B. Nonnamaker F. R. Brown W. O. Lyon Harry Welch J. R. Newcomer E. D. Hobbs B. B. Brown R. E. Reed . M. I. Glessener G. B. Couch .Fred Q. Holmes C. W. Cisney R. B. Taylor H. B. Clafflin Claude Fisher , W. 8. Norveil H. M. Moore J. C. Blaine Bert (XBrown R. R. BMkson J. B. Guess R. R. Backus E. C. Carter W. L. Allison A. Lee Moore E. A. Miller R. R. MacGregor A. C. Burnett Alva C. Miller R. M. Cousar C. W. Scott W. E. Paul J. J. Mundine G. B. Paraell Birney Binns G. C. Gradin, C. L. Zwlck 4 E. D. Spence A. C. McClung V. E. Hicks L. B. Maier William Davis Robert McCoy James A. Hughes Nels Johnson Bernard Friedman M. C. Little t. B. Pinnell D. D. P. Rot fe H. M. Moritz C. E. Stromberg J. J. Sitkin John Langdon W. J. Hoffman Joseph Haldiman 8 A TURD A Y SPECIALS Bon Ton Meat Specials not only guarantee un questioned quality but clear-cut savings. Figure your savings by the month and you'll buy at the Bon Ton. A-l Steer Beef, Pot Roast ........... A-l Steer Round Steak'. A-l Steer Swiss Steak ........... A-l Steer Rump Roast . Veal Shoulder . Roast Veal Stew Loin Pork Roast . , Rib Pprk Roast Spare Ribs, Pourld Backbones, Pound Apache Bacon, Whole or half Swift Premium Bacon, Whole or half Sliced Bacon, Pound Eastern Salt Pork 15c 20c 20c 18c 15c 9c 25c 25c 15c 10c 26c 45c 38c 18c ENEMY OCCUPATION LEAVES NEAR EAST I FACING ST l The Best Always f a t C91 n sr a Bon Ion Meat Market LINSENMEYER & GEENEN Proprietors 21 East Adams Charles F. Willis, editor of the Ari zona Mining Journal, who is now on a business trip in the East, attended a recent conference of Near East Re lief officials in New; York city, where he secured first hajnd information of the conditions as they now exist in Armenia and the states adjacent. conditions are frightful" writes Mr. Willis. "Once prosperous cities are now cities of starvation and mia- n . n-1 . . . . " . me quesuon naiurany occurs, Are the neode tn blame, and whv do they not rezaln self suDnort?' One of the main reasons is that this country was occupied by enemy rorcea until April 21. 1921. with no communication with the outside world. It waa then too late to pro cure sufficient seed and plant enough land to produce adequate food sup-Plies. 'The people are trvinr to helD themselves, and the existing govern ment ia aolng all that Is humanly possible for a government to do under present conditions, but without out side help there will be a death rate in the Caucasus during the coming year comparable onlv to that which many of our workers witnessed three years ago. '.Of course, there is the brighter aide within our orphanages are chil dren well fed and who sing and play. It ia a most gratifying sight to see these children, thousands of them, at work making their own clothing from cast-off American garments and even from flour sacks. These children, on present pros pects, we probably will be able to keep alive, but we must face the problem of how much we can do to- SPECIAL SERVICE ATSALVATIOlAiy SHAY EVENING There will be a special service at the Salvation Army citadel Sunday evening at 8 o'clock In the form of an interesting stereopticon lecture by the Rev. Mr. Rogers, a missionary from Montana. The subject will be, "An Empty Throne and a Throne less King." The life of the world s Redeemer and the greatest tragedy in the world's history will be por trayed on the canvas by very strong arc light. All are cordially Invited to this service. Admittance is free. There will also be the regular serv ices as follows: Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings at 7 p. m., on the street, and at 8 p. m. In the citadel. On Sundays at 10 a. m., on the street; at 11 a. m., in the county jail, and the regular Sun day school in the citadel at 6:15 p. m. The T. P. L, meeting at 7 p. m.. another open-air service closing the day with a regular evangelical serv ice commencing at 8 o'clock In the citadel. Any friends having east off cloth ing, shoes or useful articles of any kind for the poor will kindly call phone 4153 and it will be called for at your residence. Commandant and Mrs. Westacott. NOT FAR ENOUGH ADVANCED "Aren't you going in this mor nlng?" "No, thank yon; I'm taking swim ming lessons by correspondence and haven't got to the water part yet." Passing Show. ward taking in the thousands of other ragged, hungry little urchins outside the orphanage gates." SATURDAY'S CANDY SPECIALS x Best rl Grade or v Chocol r P7f G ates watch for our specials every Saturday DONOFRIO CONFECTIONERY COMPANY NAZARENE REVIVAL TO BE CONTINUED The revival at the Nazarene church, corner Fifth avenue and Monroe street, will continue another week, with crowds and interest on the In crease, it was announced yesterday. Evangelist C. F. Roberts preached at the Sunday evening service on the last Judgment, taking his text from Rev. 6:15-17. "And the kings of the earth, and the great men, and the rich men, and the chief captains, and the mighty men, and every bondman, and every free man, hid themselves In the dens and In the rocks of the mountains; and said to the moun tains and rocks: Fall on us, and hide us from the face of him that sitteth on the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb; for the great day of his wrath is come; and who shall be able to stand?" The singing and preaching take one back to old campmeeting days where the oldfashioned gospel was preached in ' all its purity and hundreds were swept Into belief. That a large num ber of Phoenix people should like to hear a full gospel preached is evi denced by the large number who come out every night. The evangel ists do not abuse any one or any church but try to help all to lead a better life so they will be a blessing to the world and to the church to which they may belong. conofiiRS E N BOOTH "Co-operative Headquarters' for the Industrial exposition have been maintained all week by the Arizona Pimacotton Growers, the new co-operative masketing association of cot ton growers of the valley and state. The booth has been In charge of the secretary. "Just a sort of friendly booth' " ex plained te man in charge yester day. "A place to meet our members and friends who come to the exposi tion, and to meet and talk to those who should be our friends. No at tempt has been made to put on a fancy exhibit. "We did have one Interesting thing though, that can be seen at the of fice after the show is over, and that is a frame .showing samples of the many kinds of cotton Uncle Sam Is trying out for the benefit ot the planters at the experiment station at Sacaton. "Down there the government plant breeders have been trying out all va rieties for years; all under typical Arizona conditions and the results are interesting. We have data on the experiments which show con clusively that, so far, there Is no other variety of cotton that compares to Pima for this district." Mexico Government Abolishes Import Duties On Cattle republican A. P. Leased Wire NOGALES, Ariz., Nov. Vj Secretary de la Huerta of the Mexican treasury depart ment today issued a decree abolishing the duty on cattle and horses imported into Mexico, accord ing to dispatches received here. Secretary de la Huerta was reported to have said, "I take this step to en able Mexican ranchers to stock up with the best cattle obtainable." THAT'S TRUE Bacon I sent a dollar to the fellow wno aavemsea 10 toll how to take out wnnKies in ine lace, Egbert And did he tell you? Mi-un-ne aia. lie said to walk out in the open air at least once a aay and the wrinkles would so out me. Voukers Statesmn. 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