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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, ltfZl.
PAGE THRKi Nfw York Shop Men Vote To Reject Any "eduction In Wages oucuon proposals and appeal to the railroad labor board on December 19 for increases ranging upward from 17 per cent. The increases would raise the scale from 40 to 4S cents an hour and add 10 cents an hour to -the scale paid foremen and laBCrers in me chanical departments. - Fandango was derived by . the Spaniards from a Moorish dance. ..! Ill a?? . xxmm a CJ T J. for Christmas from HOUBIGANT Paris From the' finest flower gardens of sunny France, Houbigant and Coty's master perfumers, gather flowers of rare fragrance that your lady may find delight in the entrancing odors "Quelque Flures" and "L'Origan". , As gift suggestions fpr her, we are offering these imported extracts, toilet waters, face powders, tal cum, and toilet soaps, in pleasing combinations and individual packages. And may we urge you t make your se lections while the as sortment is complete. L :EfV ' II Wayland's Central Pharmacy Central Avenue and Washington "We Serve You Right" "0T MADE BY A TRUST HALUMt V CONTENTS 1 LB. Mi NOTED AD WILL SPEAK IN F PHOENIX y Charles H. Mackintosh To Be Guest of Honor At Luncheon Advertising To Be Theme Phoenix will have as its guest Fri day one of the leading advertising experts of the country in the person of Charles Henry Mackintosh, presi dent of the Associated Advertising Clubs of the World, who will be the guest of honor at a luncheon at the Hotel Adams given under the aus pices of the Advertising Club of Arizona. Tnougn the luncheon will do a meeting of the Ad club, it will not be confined to members of the organi zation. A general invitation has been issued, to all business men and wom en who are interested in finding out how to make their advertising aol lars go farther and do more. Mr. Mackintosh's talk on the work of the advertising association to make advertising a more efficient tool in the business world is expected to prove one of the most interesting and instructive ever given here. An artistic note will be given the luncheon program by Helen Boyle Hawarth, well known Phoenix so prano, who will sing Francisco di Nogero's "My Love Is a Muleteer" and HirschVLove Nest." She will be accompanied by Merta Work. For a gloom-chasing feature Baron von Senden will give a special number for which he has arranged a number of original ditties and parodies. Wrote War Speeches Though this is Mr. Mackintosh's first visit to Phoenix, most of the people of the city have heard his speeches before. During the war he was editor of the bulletin for the government's four-minute men. and the messages he sent out were de livered by more than 75,000 speakers in every ciy and village of the Uni ted States) As a small boy Mr. Mackintosh was editor of a juvenile paper. In gram mar, school teachers marveled at his poetry. In school he was a 100- yard-dash champion, a football star and an excellent swimmer ana oars man. Then he made good as a rail road section hand just to show it (vinlH h. done. As editor of a logging journcl. he traveled to every nook and corner OBSERVE THIS A pound can of Calumet contains full 16 oz. Some baking powders come in 12 oz. cans instead of 16 oz. Cinderella Bootery SALE Shoes of Merit Super Values In New Vcguish Models rXo-old or out of date Shoes) hiit the sort fashionably dressed women want. Our shoes keep their appearance nnd shane nermenently, a thing im- Tiosslble with "cheap" makes. Your I selection embraces every material ana style for any occasion. Be Practical "Give a Cinderella Shoe or Hosiery Order" The value of bak ing powder is based on its leavening strength. You can't judge it by the size of the can or by the amount you get for your money. You must estimate it by the amount of baking powder used in each baking and the resultsyou get is the greatest value ever offered in Baking Powder it has greater raising "force" it goes farther than many of the other brands. You use only a rounded or heaping teaspoonful where many others call for two teaspoonfuls or more. But Baking Powder is not all you'll save when using Calumet. You save baking mate rials. Calumet never fails. The last level teaspoonful is as powerful as the first. Calumet is perfectly manutactured keeps penectiy and is moderate in price. You save when you buy It. You save when you use it. One trial will satisfy you of these facts and demonstrate beyond doubt that "Calumet spells economy. Your grocer sells it on a guaran tee of money back if you are Dot pleased with results. Calumet contains only such ingre dients as have been approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. . HIGHEST SwlVSI Ralph C Lewis Co. BOOTERY Rialto Theater Btdg. r 55 irrrm t i i. j yjv?e - W . v. : ' ; f I? V- ' - - ill A HELEN BOY,LE HAWARTH of the United States and extensively in other countries, and had a taste of life in the north woods which would make any man envious. On Long Speaking Tour He was the head of a successful advertising agency, and has been the president of several advertising or ganizations. Now he is advertising and sales director of La Salle Ex tension university, though he has closed his desk for an entire year while traveling over the L ni States and Canada speaking to bu ness men about the program the As sociated Advertising clubs have de veloped to help make business better through advertising. His present speaking tour is par ticularly interesting. He proposes to speak before all the advertising clubs in North America, and to accomplish that he must often make three speeches a day, quite frequently cov eriner two cities in one day. Reservations ror the luncneon ana meeting Friday will be made for any one interested by L. A. Weiss, tele phone 4032. ited u9i- L TO LEAVE LAVEEN Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Bairnd are lcav ing the community after having lived 14 years on the Maricopa reservation west of Laveen. Mr. Bairnd, state in spector of Indian schools, is known in every part of the state. - His work among the Indians has been very suc cessful and only ill health caused him to relinquish it. Mrs. Bairnd will al ways be remembered for her untir ing interest in the community. She was instrumental in organizing the Woman's club of Laveen and served as its presldert for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Bairnd leave for Camp Verde this week. Mr. Bairnd will be superintendent of the Indian reserva tion there and Mrs. Bairnd will be financial clerk. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lacey entertained at cards last Monday. Their guests were W. A. Babby and wife, Harry Diehl and wife, Thomas Williams and wife, Wilbur Dodson and wife, Mrs. Beebe, Mrs. Burger, Mildred Daven port, Chris White, Carl Houser and E. D. Davenport. Mr. and Mrs J A. Richards of Bo nanza. Ore., are visiting Mrs. Frank Thomas and Mrs., ilaye, sisters of Mrs. Uicnard. Mr. and Mrs. James Maloney of El Paso are visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Barney. Mr. Maloney is a nephew of James and George Barney. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Galusha spent the week end in Florence, guests of Wal ter Laveen. Mr. and -Mrs. Walter Galusha, Mr. and Mrs. Chiddix, attended the neighborhood dance Friday evening at Roosevelt. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wilden, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilden. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Strathy visited H. G. Wilden and family Sun day. . The Woman's club will hold its an nual bazaar Dec 16 at the school Every member is requested to see the department chairmen at once. Booth chairman are: Candy, Mrs. Bob Mitchell; comfort, Mrs. Chiddix; mis cellaneous. Mrs. Walter Galupha fancv work, Mrs. Arthur Trauscht refreshments. Mrs. Ira Baird; country store, Mrs. Joe Lacey. Everybody is invited to come and buy his or her Christmas present here. COUililiPLA! leading roles are well known to Fhoenlx theatergoers who more than once have applauded me cleverness of Georgia Mints Corpsteln. . Mrs. Tom Dunbar is another favorite. while Mrs. Lou Ella Archer's brilliant comedy efforts have practically "made" many a less clever play. The clubmen who have been booked for "one night only" are also known to Phoenix amusement lovers. John Rinker Kibbey, Lester Byron. John O'Malley and R. Allyn Lewis will be among those who will have important parts in the play, which will be given upder the direction of Mrs. Celora Martin Stoddard. lite pi m ' "Mi 50c WHAT $11 oo AND C.S. AT BROWN SPEAKS Al MEETING State President C. S. Brown, who had just returned from the national farm bureau convention at Atlanta. Ga.. was the principal speaker of the evening at the Murphy-Riverside farm bureau meeting Tuesday eve ning. Mr. Brown is not an orator, out ne has the natural gift of making his audience "set up and listen." He is a farmer, but with the command ot English, of a statesman. He can state facts clearly, give statistics concisely, with an occasional anec dote that keeps his audience in his grip, all of which he did for over an hour.' " - One story he told was of national farm bureau president Howard ask ing l.erbert Hoover during the con vention if it was not a fact that all the conveniences, luxuries and mag niricence that go to make up every large city was paid for out of the dif ference of what the producer ' re ceived and what the consumer paid To which Mr. Hoover, after brief thought, replied was the case. Mr. Brown stated that Denmark, the home of co-operative organiza tion of farmers, had been, keeping an eye on the doings of the federation since its inception, and both she and Switzerland had their representatives at the Atlanta convention. Mr. Brown, the state president, has received national recognition by be ing elected an American farm bureau executive committeeman. Other interesting ta'ks were made by Shane Morgan and Marvin Young. o i , Bees place their honey in the cool est place in the hive. TOMORROW EVEB With a society cast composed of the best known amateurs, William Tells," an exceptionally clever play let, will be presented at the Country club tomorrow evening. Those who recall past Country club successes are looking forward wun interest to the event, which will be open to" the public Instead of being shown at one of the down town play houses as in the past, it will b pro duced at the Country club, which will form an ideal setting for this par ticular type of play. Many of those who will appear in ft Will Buy at Ford-Levy's Tuesday and Wednesday "Seeing is believing" We have placed on our main floor ten tables of wonderful Christmas gift values, marked to sell at 50c and $1.00 each. We do not ask you but we urge you to come and see these re markable suggestions. t Many of them sold for twice the amount we are asking for them today and Wed nesday. Below we enumerate a few of the articles displayed on these tables. ' 50c Table $1.00 Table Hand Painted China Plates Fancy Picture Frames Hand Carved yTrays ' Candle Sticks k Fancy Glass Vases Hand Painted Candles Boudoir Lamp Shades Bedroom Waste Baskets White Enamel Soap Dishes Aluminum Pudding Pans . Japanese Teak Wood Bowls Hand Painted Salt and Peppers Hand Painted Fancy Dishes Hand Painted Plates Luvine Dolls Hand Painted Cups and ' Saucers Fancy Cracker Jars Lamp Shades Cut Glass Vases Odd Pyrex Glass Ware Children's Tea Sets . . Smoke Stands 116-120 West Adams Street -i . AT DONOFRIO'S FOUNTAIN You are served quietly and quickly with your choice of the many delightful drinks our menu offers. Our delicious Hot Chocolate, Malted Milk Drinks, Ice Creams and Sherbets are . numbered among the things which people say taste "just a little bit bet ter" at Donofrio's. And you may always feel cer tain of clean glassware and sil ver at Donofrio's as every piece is thoroughly sterilized with live steam after each serving. A Siveets Shop where the quality is just a little bit better LETS EMPHASIZE THIS: Give Useful Gifts things a man or yoiing man will iise; that's real giving, these days. Remember everything in this splendid store, is marked at a closer margin than ever before in its history; and the pres tige of the Hub label on his gift adds greatly to its value but not a penny to its cost. Manhattan Shirts Manhattan Collars Van Heusen Collars Beautiful Silk Ties New Jewelry Novelties Leather Collar Bags Fancy Silk Hosiery Boston and Paris Garters few suggestions: Belts, Suspenders, Etc. Manhattan Pajamas Silk or Wool Mufflers Fancy Linen Hdkfs. Dress Or Driving Gloves Bath Robes, House Coats Initial Belts and Buckles Fine Wool Hose Sweater Coats Auto Robes Leather Luggage New Lot of Caps Canes of Quality Rain Coats. Ffc. H:gh Grade Slippers T 'ckinaws 1 Shoe Trees REFINED GIFT BOXES WITH ALL GIFT PURCHASES JOHN J. GANNON, Mgr. REFINED GIFT BOXES WITH ALL GIFT PURCHASES Be sure you get a pouna wnen you wane it. cans.