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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1921.
PAGE FIVE SOI SCOUT DRIVE Tf GO ON UNTIL QUOTA REACHED Workers Confident Of Suc- ee.ss hen Every Person Hfts Been Reached Total Last Night $4,500 That th ramnfli'rn f .1.- Va Kii1cfot i f th Xsv Qniti I, , - j o iui nip VU1111115 jcttr . i t-e continued until every pros ,:ci has been interviewed, and that i5-n this is done the budget -will e been fully made up, are the J:ent features of the summary of .rsi-vrdijj- s work In the drive in Phoenix for a higher standardof itisetih!p In the generation that is ;-.ow on the threshold of manhood. I t ne total amount raised up until -jiuis is t.svv, leaving auoui J.0 yet to be raised If the program 'or next year is to be carried out. The contributions havo come in ac rorulnjj to the schedule of prospects, J-Kt the difficulty of seeing probable contributors. and the time that has i-ern lost in making appointments 11J In other necessary details, have tr.xle the extension of the drive im prt!Te. If the prospects could have been interviewed the amount would now be in the treasury of the rrcni3taUon. for there has been no r.:firulty in having each prospect vvintnhute his quota, according to hose in charge of the drive, and for Jhis reason it is certain that when he workers have complete their as- immonis tho budget will be a com-,-ieted fact. In connection with the foregoing he directors of the campaign have . sued an .urgent request to workers nterviews today if possible and re- ort t headquarters. It Is pointed ' t that until this is done there can r.a accurate check on the results ' t the campaign, nor can other as- MRr.ments be made. With all work ers resolving to complete his assign ments today and to report at the Y. M. C. A. building before evening, it is probable that the count will show the goal not very far away, with a possibility that another day or two will see the drive definitely over the top. TO INVITE POET TO 161 GIVE READir ERE Vachel Lindsay, one of the most American of modern poets, prize win ner in the Poetry magazine, may read Bis poems in Phoenix, accord ing to the announcement made yes terday by Mrs. Franklin McCluskey, director of the poetry and drama class of the Woman's club. Mrs. McCluskey on being advised that Mr. Lindsay was to give a read ing in Tucson in January, inaugu rated a movement to bring the famous poet to Phoenix. Mr. Lind say has been honored in both this country and Kngland, and in the opinion of Mrs. McCluskey is not only a clever poet but a charming reader. In the hope that he will be here after the first of the year, Mrs. Mc Cluskey will give over the greater part of her program Tuesday to Lindsay. SAMPSONS 1J. FUNERAL IS TODAY Funeral services for Mrs. Frances B. Sampson, wife of General A. J. Sampson, who passed away on Wed nesday morning after an illness of 10 days, will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the family residence, 650 North Third avenue. The body will be sent to Los Ange les for cremation. o PARIS. Members of parliament have been receiving protests against the decision to substitute khaki for the horizon blue worn by French sol diers throughout the war. But the decision will stand. FOOD VALUE Meat at present prices gives the public greater real food value than any other food on the market. EAT MORE MEAT. REGULAR PRICES x-.Lone ateaKs, J n Per lb Sirloin Steaks, IQn Per lb uv' Rump Roasts, "I ft p, Per lb -LJC Prime Rib Roasts, "I Ft n Per lb Fir.1!: ..............1212C -L. CO CLUD BAZAAR DINNER AND DANCE E OFJEWISHGOUNCIL A dinner of 230 covers took place at the Woman's club last evening when the Council of Jewish Women entertained at the conclusion of a picturesque bazaar. During the din ner the American orchestra furnished a delightful program and at its con clusion a particularly enjoyable jit ney dance brought to a climax the series of benefit affairs. The auditorium was decorated ef fectively with cut flowers and green ery, while the reception room where the bazaar was held was also adorned with greens and cut flowers. The general bazaar committee in cluded Mrs. Selim J. Michel30n, Mrs. I. F. Wolpe and Mrs. Leon S. Jacobs. The needlework booth was presided over by Mrs. Sol Friedman, assisted by Mrs Leo Weinberger and Mrs. I. Rosenzwegi. The candy booth proved popular with Mrs. Herman Kdelman in charge and the group of girls who offered sweets for sale included Miss Esther Schindler, Miss Bessie Beck er, Miss Pearl Edelman, Miss Helen Wolpe and Miss Goldie Epstein. Clever aprons were olfered for sale by Mrs. Ben Funk and Mrs. Charles Steinberg, while the miscellaneous booth of the southside was in charge of Mrs. Adolph Herzberg, Mrs. Abe Lukin, Mrs. Dave Cohn, Mrs. J. M. C. Frieberg, Mrs. J. Gelding and Mrs. Jack Karnoff. Mr. -T. R. Halstead. Mrs. Frank Siltkin and Mrs. B. E. Marks had: charge or tne aance arrangements, while the girls who waited on the tables were Miss Bobbie Epstein, Miss Flora Ludwig. Miss Rose Stier, Miss Rose Gelberg, Miss Dorothy Grosky, Miss Dolly Myers, Miss Sara Goldsmith, Miss Sylvia Caro, Miss Sophie Dorfman, Miss Martha Stein berg, Miss Esther Schindler, Miss Helen Friedman, Miss Goldie Epstein, Miss Goldie Weissman and Miss Pearl Edelman. NURSES TO ELECT ER S SATURDAY Extra Select Oysters, Per dozen 33c Valley Cream Cheese, Per lb Eastern Cream Cheese," Per lb Dill Pickles, Per dozen Swift's Premium Hams, Per lb v Swift's Premium Box Bacon 28c 32c 30c 27c 50c .11-1-1 V CASH AND CARRY SYSTEM Fourth Avenue and Washington Maricopa County Nurses associa tion will hold its annual business meeting and election of officers at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the nurses' home at St. Joseph's hospital. Following the business session. Ho mer Davis.- director of research of the office of state superintendent of pub lic instruction, will give a talk on the relation between .the teaching and nursing professions. Interest Is keen in the coming elec tion, according to reports. It is un derstood that an effort is being made by a number of the nurses to secure the re-election of Mrs. Gertrude Rus sell as president. Mrs. Rilssell has been untiring in her work for the association in the year that she has been its head and in appreciation of her endeavor her friends are urging that she be given the presidency for another term. Sirs. Russell's ability and tact, it is said, have been inval uable in working out problems that have come before the organization. She is secretary of th3 state .board of registration and is field secretary of the State Nurses" association. Miss Edith Snowden, president of the registration board, is another nurse who has been mentioned as a possible and popular candidate, while among other names that hav been connected with the office are Miss Etelka Weiss, public health nurse, and Miss Helen Kgan, Motive For Suicide May Be Revealed In Nine Letters, Belief HAVANA, Dec. 1 What compell ing motive sent Lieut. Col. C. W. Whittlesey, commander of the lost battalion," overboard into the sea only a few hours ut from Sunday night may bp revealed in letters to members ot Us family and business associates, which he left for Captain Grant of the steamer Toloa to deliver. Nine of these letters were In the captain s possession when the Toloa docked tonight. He also received a note from Colonel Whittlesey, which he declared he regarded as confiden tial. "I can say, however, that from all appearances, the act was premedi tated," he declared. pll mmfJ t Ji ! iiim ini.i pmiirV-M S3?- Sparkling Waltzes Great Classics Grand Opera Popular Songs Charming Ballads Irresistible Dance Musk Light Classics Favorite Hymns- Accompaniments for Vocal and Instrumental Music g?AMPlCQ. Brings to your home all the music you love best, perfectly played by great artists You are Cordially Invited to Hear the oArtof the Great 'Pianists produced The AMPICO in the KNABE HAINES MARSHALL & WENDELL A Carload of Knabe Grands Unloaded Yesterday All Finishes and. Styles Convenient Terms Pianos in Exchange REDEWILL MUSIC COMPANY 222 West Washington St. Eugene Redewill, Owner A Gladsome Message to Little Folks, and Older Folks, Too: Toy town and Doll City Opens Saturday Morning They Occupy Practically the Entire Third Floor of Our Big Building And Are Better Than Ever Before AS if by magic, this big, roomy floor has been transformed into a veritable Fairyland, where old Santa reigns supreme and where hundreds of little fairies do his bidding. Old Santa has picked Korricks' Toytown and Doll City for his headquarters this year. He has brought a wonderful collection of things that have been made in his workshops for little boys and girls. He invites everyone to write him just what they would like. And he has a nice little gift for every child. (Third Floor) A Pretty Squawker Ballooyi Will Be Given to Every Child Accom panied By an Adult on Saturday Morning ' Pre-Holiday Offerings For Friday and Saturday of the Two Things Women Appreciate The Most 1 - ' Silk Hosiery and Gloves F YOU have been ransacking your memory as to what to give to "Her" at Christmas time something that will delierht the receiver, then we would suggest any of the above two men tioned gifts Silk Hosiery and Gloves. You cannot go wrong if these gifts are selected from our big stocks offered at special prices. rirsc rioor; If There Is One Thing a Woman Really Does Ap preciate It's Lovely Silk Stockings IN Silk Hosiery we show lines of sterling merit. They are as well known for the lustrous and enduring quality of the silk as for the good knitting that makes them well f ittihg. Pure silk; every thread full fash ioned and seamless. In more pat terns than you could count lace ef fects novelties galore not to men tion plain black, white and colors. In ordinary and extraordinary lengths and sizes. MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATES Make Pleasing Gifts MANY corporations give their employes merchan dise certificates every Christmas and allow the em ployes to choose the articles 8they wish after the holiday rush is over. ' Many other people, who do not know the size, color or kind of article desired, give merchandise certificates. You may secure them from any of our floor managers or at the Transfer Desk on the First Floor. The Famous No. 100 Onyx And No. 200 Polly Full Fashioned Pure Thread Silk Hose For Women, At A Pair, $2.25 Twelve strand, pure thread, silk hose; full fashioned; Bilk lisle hem top, lisle heel and toe; shown in navy, cordovan, pearl, me hem top, lisle heel and toe; shown In navy, cordovan, pearl, me white. These are the celebrated No. 100 Onyx and No. 200 Folly silk hose that are so much in demand and that make such pleas ing Christmas gifts. Priced special for this event, QO Or (First Floor) We are Phoenix agents for the fol lowing brands of silk hose -TCayser's, Phoenix, Onyx, Polly, Wayne Knit, Darn-less and a hose of other good makes. (First Floor) No. 298 Onyx Pointex Silk Hose For Women, At A Pair, $3.00 Silk lisle hem top; full fashioned; lisle heel and toe; shown In cordovan and white. Do not fail to get in on this value, while they are offered at QQ P ' (First Floor) at a pair. ATo. 350 Onyx Pointex Silk Hose For Women, At A Pair, $3.25 Silk from top to toe; full fashioned; hem top reinforced with lisle; shown in black and white. These are hose that women of fashion, appreciate. Euy them here CQ OK at a pair. Children's Pure Thread Silk Sox, At A Pair, $1.00 And $1.35 Roll top; double heel and toe; complete lines of . sizes and colors, such as pink, sky, yellow, navy, dark brown, black and white; also white with colored tops; sizes 4 to 10. Three quarter sox are priced at a pair; $1.35; half sox are marked J- ff (First Floor) at a pair, Women's AH Silk Hose, Offered Special, At A Pair, $1.69 Made with a lisle hem top; full fashioned; lisle heel and toe; shown in black and brown. Exceptional quality silk Qt Q (First Floor) hose, at a pair. Women's Darn-less Pure Thread Silk Hose, At A Pair, $1.39 Semi-fashioned; lisle hem top, lisle heel and toe; here in black only. These hose must be seen to be appreciated. A ?" QQ (First Floor) special of the rare sort, at a pair. Kayser's Italian Silk Lace Hose For Women, At A Pair, $4.00 Kayser's Italian silk lace hose all silk from top to toe; full fashioned; hem top; pointed heel; double too here in black, S4.00 (First Floor) brown, grey and white, at a pair. Priced special, We Have Complete Lines of New Yam For-Every Knitting Purpose Art Department Mezzanine Floor . , A Halloiced Sentiment Attached to The Glove His Gentle Ladye's Clove stood for everything that w:is highest and best of chivalry in tbe good old days when Knighthood was In Flower. Honor to women "was symbolized by the dainty glove in the stout Knight's Helmet oC SteeL Sir Launcelot of Kins Arthur's Court, Roland, the Mighty Paladin ot Charlemagne. Sir Bertram du Guesclin and Bayard, the Gentle Knight without Sear and without reproach her6es all wore their Ladye's Glove wh tn setting lance at rest. In Tournament or In Battle. The kotght would defend the sym bol of his Ladye's Xavor at the peril of his life. This, then. Is th hallowed senti ment that attaches even unto the Glove of today a sentiment justi fied, mellowed, enriched by the centuries that h tve observed it. There are Chivalrous Knights to day, and Gentle Ladies living all , about us to wlaom the Glove still holds its sacred aura, and to whom nothing Is more welcome than the gift of the Glove. We are agents for many famous makes of Glovcti First Floor) Women's 16-Button .Im ported Lambskin Gloves, At A Pair, $6.00 Over-seam sen; trimmed Tilth self-stitching; shown la black only. An excellent glove for gift-glxing. Triced at a pair, only (First Ploor) S6.00 Wome7is 12-Button Im ported Suede Gloves, At A Pair, $5.95 . Over-seam sewn; . trimmed with self-stitching; shown in gray and beaver 'brown. These are values ex traordinary, at A pair. (Finst Floor) S5.95 Perries Monaco French Kid Gloves For Women, At A Pair, $3.50 Full pique stitching; two-clasp style; embroidered back of con trasting color; the gloves are here in black and beaver brown. Very specially priced, at a QQ Kft (First Floor) pair. Perries Adariano French Kid Gloves, For Women, At A Pair, $3.25 Two-button style; full pique sewn: trimmed with self stitching; shown In dark brown and beaver. Very smart gloves, at the low QQ OJC (First Floor) price of a pair, Women's French Novelty Slipon Gloves, At A Pair, $6.95 Glace kid; full pique sewn; three row embroidered back; brown trimmed with oyster and cham pagne; black trimmed with white and white trimmed-with black. An unequalled value, at a pair. ' (First Floor) S6.95 S2.75 (First Floor) Women's Imported Lamb skin Strap Wrist Gaunt let, At A Pair, $345 Full pique sewn; three row em broidered back in self or contrast ing color; gloves are shown in brown, black and white. We want you to see these excep- QQ A tZ tional values, at a pair VJt:J (First Floor) Women's 'Imported Real Kid Gloves, At A Pair, $2.75 Two clasp style; full piquo sewn; trimmed with self stitching; the gloves ara fhiran in Mack, white, seal brown and fray. Rial values. at a pair.