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f HE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHOENIX, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1921.
Basilio Bulnes Named
Nogales Vice Consul
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
NOGALES. Ariz., Dec. 1 Basilio
Ftulres arrived here from Mexico
City yesterday to assume duties as
vice consul in the office of Joaquin
Terraias. Mexican consul here.
Prior to his appointment to the
post here, S. Bulnes was a professor
in the Mexican military aviation
school in Mexico City. This is the
sixth time he has been located in the
United States, having lived in New
York" City and other places. Includ
ing New Orleans, where he was en
paged in newspaper work.
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Los Angeles papers of last week
announced at considerable detail,
that the Universal film corporation
has purchased an original drama
written by Louis Victor Eytinge,
serving a life sentence at Florence
from Maricopa county.
Eytinge's career as a prisoner has
often been told in the magazines and
newspapers and .now, after rising to
unique heights In the field of adver
tising, he has successfully attempted
a new venture. Lucien Hubbard, who
is chief of Universal's scenario staff,
is quoted in the Los Angeles papers
as saying that Eytinge's first .photo
drama was so clever, appealing, so
full of penetrating realism, that the
company has decided to make the
story into a super-feature, starring
Herbert Kawlinson In the title role.
It will go into production during the
winter and may be brought to Phoe
nix in the spring.
The scenario Is of the "crook
drama" variety and is called "Peter
man," this last word being the slang
term in crookdom for a safe-blower.
The drama is based uporr Eytinge's
short story, "Jack Gilbert, Peter
man," printed In the Arizona Repub
lican in 1907, but It has been elab
orated to show how the "peterman"
.comes back through arduous labors
"in his own community and earns his
standing by public service to his citi
.zens. At the same time, while weav
ing a strong romance Jn his story,
Evtinge deals telling blows at the
"Say It With
DIAMONDS"
MACK. GARDNER
45 North Central
King of Diamonds
blue-sky swindling promoters and his
drama is an expose of heir opera
tions. Critical commentors believe
that Eytinge's handling of this expo
sure will be of much value to the
country in protejtir.r; unwary inves
tors. Although he came of a noted theat
rical family and had been long famil
iar with the rules of drama, Eytinge
gave up advertising work for the
last several years to devote himself
to an intensive study of the screen
and other of his photoplays are ex
pected to command great attention.
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PLAN MS GIFTS
TO PAPnGO KIDDIES
Planning a happy holiday for the
boys and girls of the Papago reser
vation, the white brothers and sisters
of the Indians who belong to the !
Presbyterian church will meet at 2 : 30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the j
church parlors. They will attend the I
meeting loaded with gifts of toys and
with candies which will be their
Christmas offerings.
Miss Elizabeth Wolfe, missionary
to the Papagoes, will prepare the
cases for shipment. Last season three
big packing cases held the gifts of
the Presbyterian Children's societies
and it is believed an even larger col
lection will find way to the border
reservation this year.
This is the third season that the
young folks have remembered the In
dians at Christmas time.
o
Twenty million horsepower one
third of all the undeveloped water
power in the United States Is wast
ed in the Columbia river basin alone,
according to engineers.
o
The Japanese print two sets of
characters side by side, one script
for the educated people and one easily
read and understood by the common
and uneducated people.
YOUR PROBLEM of selecting useful
fts for Christmas, is easily solved at this
C. Penney Company store.
Our policy of fairness in price for stan
dard merchandise of merit, provides a
means for economy that will be a source of
contentment to you this Holiday Season.
Let us urge that you come in early, while
flftocks are complete.
That We Are Eminently Qualified to Give Exceptional
Values Is Demonstrated By This List and
Throughout Our Store
TOYS
Tou will find a complete line of
toys of all kinds and descriptions
for the youngsters, small or large.
By having purchased tljis mer
chandise direct from the manu
facturers, our saTings are passed
on to you. Make your selections
now.
CHRISTMAS CARDS
A message of cheer and good
will adds t- the pleasure of the
Christmas Day. Our line of En
, graved Cards Is extensive. Tou
will surely find what you wish
and be money ahead.
3 for 5c to 15c each
BOOKS
Books for all ages, but more par
ticularly would we call your at
tention to the limp cover books for
children priced at
5c to 39c
LADIES' HAND BAGS
Additional shipments for the
holiday season have just reached
us from New Tork. All the sea
son's favored novelties are repre
sented, priced at
98c to $4.98
Ladies' Handkerchiefs
Always dainty and serviceable,
is a remembrance in the form of a
handkerchief. We will be glad
to have you Inspect our assort
ment from
5c to 83c
LADIES' GLOVES
Las,t. but not any the less im
portant, are gloves. Fine French
Kid and Lambskin. 2 button clasp
$1.98 and $2.98
Lambskin Gauntlets, the glove
of usefulness and service
$2.98
LADIES' HOSE
Always appropriate and ser
viceable the year round. Ladies'
fine, heavy yarn thread silk hose,
12 and 13 strand, the pair
98c and $1.49
INFANTS' NOVELTIES
An attractive assortment of the
many little things that come in
handy in the care of an infant and
its clothes all hand painted, new
and fresh
39c to 98c
CHRISTMAS RIBBONS
From a full ribbon stock, you
will appreciate the narrow widths
of Xmas ribbons for tying peat
packages. The r,-yard piece
15c
SILK SHIRTING
You will still have time to make
uii a fe.v silk shirts. The patterns
are very attractive and the price
w,uri,ta $1.49
MEN'S SILK HOSE
Men's Pure Thread Silk Hose
with mercerized lisle ribbed tops,
goo weight, reinforced toe, heel
and sole black and colors sizes
9 ',4 to 11.
49c
MEN'S BELTS
The original Braxton,' shaped to
fit the body, in fine boarded calf
leather, black and cordovan.
$1.98
Genujne Ilickok belts, all leatlj;
ers in various grains,
49c to 98c
MEN'S TIES
Silk Four-ln-Hand Neckties,
beautiful patterns and shades:
each tie in a neat Christmas gift
box
25c to 98c
MEN'S SUITS
Fresh and complete stocks of
J. C. Penney Company Men's
Clothing have Just been received
One hundred thousand men appre
ciate the value and service of our
clothing. Fit. style and wear are
guaranteed, and the prices
$19.75 to $34.75
CORDUROY PANTS
Excellent grade, well - made,
Corduroy Pants for men, both
light and dark brown.
$3.49 and $3.98
FLANNEL SHIRTS '
Are popular these cooler days
and nights. It will pay you to
come in and see us. The prices are
98c to $3.98
MEN'S SWEATERS
"When the cold snap does come,
be prepared with a KOyl sweater.
Prices are back to normal and you
will find wool, part wool and
worsted shaker sweaters here
98c to $4.98
MEN'S OVERALLS
Despite recent advances, we are
selling double-stitched standard
2.20 weight denim bib overalls at
98c
BOYS' OVERALLS
1 Just like Dad's and Just as well
made. For economy and wear put
the youngsters in overalls.
89c
MEN'S UNDERWEAR
Men's part wool full cut union
suits, well-made and an excellent
value for -
$1.49
Fine, all-wool, fleeced face, non
shrinkable shirts and drawers
$1.98
,: L. D. S. GARMENTS
Just received a large shipment
of the L. D. S. arments in "he
heavier weave suitable for -the
season .
$1.98 and $2.25
COMFORTS
Many people of phoenix and
surrounding territory have taken
advantage of the excellent values
we have offered in Comforts. If
you are still in need of heavier
covering, it will pay vou to see us.
$2.49 to $7.90
BLANKETS
One of the best values of the
season has just been received.
"Golden" Fleece Blankets, in gray,
with contrasting borders, heavy
and full 66x80 inches, the pair
$3.49
. Ladies' Outing Gowns
Only the better grades of heavy
weight outing are now in stock.
They are full cut, out of Amoskeag
cloth and silk braid trimmed.
$1.23 and $1.49
WOOL MIDDIES
All wool flannel middies, with
yoke, beautifully trimmed in silk
braid and of the best material and
workmanship throughout.
$3.98
BRASSIERES
The "Model" and "Dainty" Bras-
PERCALES
In light and dark grounds, fast
color. 36 inches wide of the better
grades only
- 17c to 25c
GINGHAMS
A. F. C.' fine 27-inch standard
ginghams, the ynrd
23c
Amoskeag standard
checks, the yard
1212candl5c
apron
OUTING FLANNELS
Amoskeag fine outings. 27 Inches
wide, in wide assortment of lights
and darks
, 18c V
Yard wide outings of good tex
ture and wearing qualities
15c to 19c
WOOL FLANNEL
!G-inch all .wool, soft finish baby
flannel, in cream and red. the yard
79c to 98c
HOPE MUSLIN
Sfi-inch bleached Hope Muslin,
no limit to retail customers, the
yard
15c'
Unbleached Muslin
36 inches wide fine quality
sheeting of the higher count, Uie
yard
15c and 17c
TICKING
AC. A. Feather Ticking. In good
assortment of grades and patterns
29c to 39c
Duro Belle Hair Nets
We are pleased to recommend to
customers the Duro Belle Hair
Net, which has the unqualified en-
siercs you will find in our stock in I dorsement of every woman who
all sizes and the different stlyes
35c to 69c
SATINES
Just received from the convert
ers additional stocks of our stan
dard grades of 36 inch Black Sa
tines in fast color of quality that
assures long wear.
35c, 45c to 63c
V.i .. J2mt tigs
incorporated
312 DEPARTMENT, STORES
300 W. WASHINGTON PHOENIX
has worn one.. It is double strand.
human hair, cap shape and extra
large in all colors
10c
COTTON BATTS
Full size 3 -lb. all new cotton
Batts. rolled and ready for use
79c
JAP CREPE
Good assortment of colors In
best grade Japanese Crepe, which
is popular for house dresses, romp
ers, etc. The yard
33c
CROCHET THREAD
J. J. Coats Standard Mercer
ized Crichet Thread, white and
colors.
10c
THE LARGEST CHAIN DEPARTMENT '
STORE ORGANIZATION IN THE WORLD
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NOTES FROM CLASS AND CAMPUS
OF PHOENIX UNION HIGH SCHOOL
The football team left for Bisbee
yesterday morning to play Bisbee
High school on Saturday for the un
disputed championship of Arizona.
The team is in the best of condition
and is going there with the idea of
giving Bisbee all the football it
wants. The local team has every
thing to lose and nothing to gain by
playing Bisbee. Reports of the game
will be in the Sunday morning's
paper. The team will arrive in Phoe
nix Sunday morning at 9 o'clock.
Coach Robinson announced yester
day that basketball practice will
start officially Monday evening.
.There are plenty of suits left and
they may be obtained Monday after
the eighth period.
If you are a movie fan you will
enjoy the movie party to be given by
the girls of the Blue Triangle at 7:30
o'clock this evening at the Y. M. C. A.
Enter through west door on Second
avenue. Come dressed as some movie
star.
P. U. II. P. will soon have a teach
ers' volley ball team second to none
in this state. Practice has started
already and indications are that the
team will be a strong one. Among
the teachers who were out for the
last practice are Miss Armstrong,
Miss Brown, Miss Campbell, Miss
Contris, Miss Edwards, Miss Eddy.
Miss Frank, Miss Leahy, Miss Terrill
and Miss Williams.
The Juniors came out on the large
end of the score of two games played
Wednesday afternoon. This places
the juniors first in the series. The
score of the two games was: Juniors,
15; freshmen, 2; juniors, 15; fresh
men, 11.
Final sets In the tennis .ournamenl
will be played this afternoon at 30
between Eleanor Alexander and Jo
sephine Grosso. The winner will play
Hazel Crouse, the Junior champion,
for the championship of the uppr
classmen.
The girls' physical education class
es have been having volley ball tests
all week. The test was based on the-
rules of volley ball and a practical
test was given on the actual playing
of the game. From those who passed
the test a first team will be picked
to represent Phoenix high in several '
contests. Results of the tests will be
announced Tuesday.
Thursday afternoon Mrs. Shirley
gave the freshmen girls a demonstra
tion of hairdressing. The girl
learned how to care for the hair arst.
how to dress it becomingly.
Tuesday evening, Dec. 6, from 5:30
to i o'clock, the Blue Triangle will '
hold its regular club supper at the
Baptist church. This will be a joljy
up affair in honor of the advisors.
Owing to the great need of econ
omy. King George of England an
nounces that he cannot afford to fit .
out the royal yacht Britannia for the
yacht race next year.
WINNING JUMP Miss Lucy Hatt
won the high jump at four feet six
inches at the international athletic
meet for girls at Pershing Stadium,
Paris. Her points helped swell Eng
land's total to 48. The French scored
28 points.
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Prohibition Party
To Continue Work,
Committee Holds
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
CHICAGO, Dec. 1. The prohibi
tion party will continue to work as a
political party along the same lines
as in the past its national committee
decided yesterday.
Sentiment was against, changing
the party's name and enlarging its
major issues or for closing its affairs.
The committee voted for deporta
tion of aliens convicted of violation
of the new prohibition laws and dis
franchisement of citizens for the
same offense.
It called on the government to ask
foreign nations to prevent exporta
tion of liquors to be used in the
United States In violation of the pro
hibition laws and to solicit their co
operation in detecting and punishing
such violators.
The next election work the party
will undertake was laid out for Cali
fornia, which votes in November,
1922. on a law enforcement measure.
The party decided to get into the
fight and to support former Con
gressman C. H. Randall of Los An
geles for reelection.
Prohibition work that Virgil O.
Hinshaw, chairman of the party, did
in Austria, Cisecho-Slovakia and else
where in Europe last summer was
approved.
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Urge President To
Employ Offices In
Behalf Of Tariff
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
WASHINGTON. Dec. 1. Presi
dent Harding has been urged to take
a strong stand In his address to con
gress next week in behalf of pending
tariff legifclation. Confidence was
evidenced among many congressional
leaders yesterday that the power of
the executive would be put behind
the bill now in the senate finance
committee.
The suggesetion was said to have
been made to Mr. Harding that he
recommend in the interest of speedy
8isposition of the measure, elimina
tion of the American valuation plan
from the house bill and the writing
of a tariff law on the basis of the old
method of invoice prices. He was
understood to have been urged to ask
congress then to include a provision
empowering the executive to apply
the American valuation basis of as
sessing duties where, after surveys,
it is shown added protection is
needed.
Another suggestion reported to
have been given Mr. Harding was
that the house bill provisions regard
ing anti-dumping be stricken out and
a law, described as "having teeth."
be enacted supplementary to the
tariff.
Some Republican members of the
senate finance committee declared
today that even with a call by the
president for more speed, there could
hardly be a tariff law before MarclT.
One declared it would be May before
the bill became a law.
Says Bloc Will Kill
Plan For Sales Tax
To Get Bonus Funds
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
WASHINGTON. Dec. 1. Repre
sentative Dickinson, Republican of
Iowa, issued warning last night that
the house agricultural bloc was pre
pared to kill any plan for adoption of
a sales tax as a means of raising
revenue to pay the soldiers' bonus.
The J3I0C. he said, would place noth
ing in the way of bonus measure it
self, but would content Itself with
defeating efforts to raise the money
by the sales tax. He declared suf
ficient votes were on hand to elimi
nate the tax if it were attached to
the bonus bill.
The bloc leaders have half a dozen
forms of taxes which they will offer
as means of raising the needed funds
for a bonus, according to Mr. Dickin
son. He mentioned among these,
taxes on gifts, lkiuor, Inheritance and
community property.
His warning aroused comment
among house members, some holding
it was a step toward ending house
action by special rule which has
limited debate and. it has been
charged, permitted few and some
times no changes in measures as
brought in.
In the belief that the right of the
dog to life, liberty and the pursuit of
happiness is second only to the rlphts
of man, the 1-aneaster County Hu
mane society of Lincoln, Neb., has
constructed a home and hospital for
homeless dogs, surrounded with a
generous acreage for frolicsome puppies.
IIRIN
Sun Wind Dust Cinders
PlCOMNEHDfWSOtO By DfiUGGIS'S woOPTICIAKS
' tuai for Free Hi book. MUrin'co Chicago
Coming as it does in the very heart of the winter season this sale offers in
comparabte values to the man who, needs to replenish his ivinter wardrobe.
Yesterday ivas a great day at Hyder's. The response to our advertis
ing was excellent, and the manner in which purchases were made showed
us beyond a question of a doubt that the public has implicit confidence in
the high quality maintained by Hyder merchandise.
Again today wonderful values greet the buyers in this mid-winter
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OF
Suits arid' Overcoats
in all the latest styles and fabrics, bought from
America's best makers
STARTLING REDUCTIONS
25.0(1 Suits and
30.00 Suits and
35.00 Suits and
40.00 Suits and
45.00 Suits and
50.00 Suits and
55.00 Suits and
Overcoats now
Overcoats now
Overcoats now
Overcoats now
Overcoats now
Overcoats now
Overcoats now
.. .520.00
.. .$24.00
... 28.00
. . .$32.00
.. .$36.00
.. .$40.00
.. .$48.00
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Our entire line of $3.00 and J6.00
Hats in all the latest shapes and
colors, during this sale only
Odds and Ends of our Hat stock.
values up to 15.00
good styles,
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Hats In every shape and
color that formerly old for $6.50
and $7.50, during this sale only
S00
$3.95
$2.15
S4.95
FURESSHINGS
HOSE
Hose Specials
"Wilson Bros, wool hose :
$1.50 value $1.15
$1.00 value 85
Wilson Bros, and Hole
proof Silk Hose.
$1.50 value $ .95
$1.00 value 65
75c value 45
.x PAJAMAS
Plain white and fancy
colors in cotton and
flannel are all included.
$2.50 values $1.95
$3.00 value 2.35
$3.50 value 2.60
20 per cent reduction
.on our entire line of
house coats, bath robes
and smoking jackets.
Men's Cashmere
Hose 40c
Caps values $1.50 to
$3.00 to close out at 45c
SHIRTS
and
In both attached
detached collars.
In printed and woven
madras from Wilson
Bros, and other makers,
go on sale.
$2.00 values ...;.$1.55
S2.50 values 1.85
$3.00 values 2.35
$4.00 values 3.10
$5.00 values...... 3.95
Flannel Shirts
Our entire line of flan
nel shirts go on sale at a
33 reduction. In
cluded are gray, tans,
fancy patterns with
either low or military
collars.
Mackinaws and sweat
ers during this sale re
duced 20.
Initial Handkerchiefs
75c values 45c
50c values 35c
UNDERWEAR
All weights in athletic,
light medium and heavy
weight knitted garments
go on sale.
$2.00 values $1.55
$2.50 values 1.90
$3.00 values 2.30
$4.00 values 3.15
$5.00 values 3.65
$6.00 values 4.65
NECKWEAR
Silk or knit goes on sale
at a 20 per cent reduc
tion. Certainly a won
derful opportunity to do
your Xmas shopping
early.
Four-in-Hand Ties very
special 55c
Belts and Buckles for
Xmas. Our entire line,
reduced 20.
President
Suspenders 40c
Boston Garters .... 25c
Medium weight Cotton Union Suits,
Very Special, CM OK
Soft Collars, values up to 50c; sizes
14, 14, 15, loy2, to in
clean up at -LV
5c
now at M
Arrow Soft Collars, Sizes
14, 14i 15, 16, 16i. L, special
Odd trousers in blue and tan serge worsted and cassimeres to
close out during this sale at 20.
Do your Xmas
shopping early
at Hyder' s
No charges no
refur.ds no de
liveries during
this sale

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