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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 1921 THE BLUE PENCIL Has done its work with a ven gance -to make the quickest and most complete clearance of Wo men's Apparel ever accom plished in Phoe nix. Read details in Switzer's S t yle Shop's large ad on back page of this paper. ANY HOUR DAY A NO NIGHT 25 CENT SERVICE 4 4 2 2 BLACK AND WHITE TAXICAB CO. STAND AT HOTEL ADAMS SPECIALISTS In Examination of Eyss and fitting f correct Glasses NORTHRUP OPTICAL CO. S East Adama Street Phone 6090 for Appointment ICE ttN.4th.6t. 'tffi Phone 5066 PLUMBING HUN EST WORK. FAIR PRICES Send ma your work for quick and efficient service O. E. BELLAS 620 North First St. Phone 2875 WEATHER REPORT Stations 3 sr O M Boston 30 30. rioudv - .00 Buffalo 28 30 Cloudy .00 Chicago 30 30 Cloudy .00 Denver 32 62 Clear .00 Flagstaff 40 40 Rajn .62 Fresno 60 62 Cloudy .02 Galveston . ... 68 58 Clear .00 Kansas City ... 38 40 Clear .00 Los Angeles . . 58 60 Rain .14 Minneapolis . . 8 12 Clear .00 Needles 52 52 Cloudy .34 New Orleans .. 52 52 Cloudy .00 New York ..... 28 32 Cloudy .00 Oklahoma 46 54 Pt.Cldy .00 PHOENIX 58 58 Cloudy .40 Pittsburg 32 32 Cloudy .00 Portland, Ore. . 38 42 Cloudy .00 San Diego ... 60 60 Cloudy 1.52 San Francisco .58 60 Cloudy .68 Seattle 40 42 Rain .00 Spokane . .... 26 2S Cloudy .00 Tampa 70 SO Clear .00 Washington ... 12 32 Cloudy .00 Winnipeg . ... 4 .8 Snow .00 Yuma 54 56 Cloudy .02 55 54 93 E 6 0 58 56 S6 SE 6 .14 Cldy Cldy Local Weather Yesterday. 6 a. m. Noon 6 p. m Temp., dry bulb ..51 Temp., wet bulb ..51 Humidity, per cent 97 Wind from E Wind, miles ...... 5 Rainfall ... 26 Weather Cldy Highest yesterday 59 Highest this date for 26 years .... 7a Lowest yesterday . .'. 49 Lowest this date for 26 years 24 Total rainfall 40 Excess in temperature yesterday, decrees. Excess in temperature since tne first of the month. 85 degrees Accumulated excess in temperature since January 1. 432 degrees. Normal -nrecipitation January l to date. 7.77 inches. Actual precipitation, Jan. 1 to date, 3.SS inches. Deficiency since Jan. 1. 3.93 indies. Time of sunrise 7:30 a. m.; sunset 6:29 p. in. Moon rise, 5:26 a. m. ROBERT Q. GRANT. o Born a 1 v6gnAA-j RITFFNER To Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Ruffner of 1102 AVest Madison street, an eight-pound boy. Mr. Ruffner is connected with the Phoenix branch of the J. C. Penney company. o ARIZONA LODGE NO. 2, F. & A. M. will confer third de gree tonight in Masonic Hall at '7:30. Visiting brethren cordially Invited. OSCAR C. BAK'i l.. 1 1 , It . W. M. VACATIONING AT HOME Miss Jeanne Sotoman returned home terday to pass the holidays with parents at 200 fcast Pierce utree ter visiting friends in San Francisco. UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS. The Western Union is holding tel egrams for Mr. and Mrs. John W. Burrows and Louis Peltier. K. OF C. SOCIAL The Knights of Columbus will hold a social meeting this evening in K. of P. hall. Cards and dancing will be on the program. BACK FOR HOLIDAYS Robert Walter Bales, son of Mr. mid Mrs. T. W. Bales of 2036 West Van Buren street, who Is a cadet at Kempt Military school at Boonville, Mo.. it at home to spend the Christmas hol idays. GOOD FELLOWSHIP CLUB The Good - Fellowship club of Ulendale will elect officers for the new year at its regular' meeting next Tuesday, January 3. All members are 'request ed to be present. x HOME FOR HOLIDAYS Miss Prances Reid. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Reid, 310 West Portland street, has returned home to spend the holidays with her parents. Miss Reid has been attending school in California. SPENDING WEEK HERE John H. Morgan, state sheep inspector, and Mrs. Morgan are spending the week with Mrs. M. E. Curtis at her home on North Eighth avenue. The Mor gans drove down from Flagstaff. CHRISTMAS PARTY Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Shry, proprietors of the Annex hotel, entertained guests at the hotel- at & Christmas entertain ment Saturday evening. Santa Claus distributed gifts and candy in per son. The remainder of the evening was spent in dancing, with Mear's jazz orchestra providing the music. V. F. W. ELECTION All members of Maricopa Post No. 720, Veterans of Foreign Wars, are requested to at tend the post meeting at 7:30 o'clock in its club rooms over the Rose Tree at 11 West Adams street. Officers for the coming year will be elected. Nominations- were opened at the last meeting, but will not close until just before the balloting for each of fice. DINNER AND DANCE The A. M. N. club, a recently-organized high school social society, will hold its first affair next Thursday evening. when a progressive dinner party will rollowea py aancinj; m one TWO-DAY CHRISTMAS ADDS TD YULETIDE'S i ENJOYMENT IN CITY 4 Those employed in stores, banks, offices and other business institu tions of the city were given tne happy impression that Christmas was a two day anair tnis year, inu weather was conducive to home staying and a general recuperative rest from the effects or tne xuieuae feast and many availed themselves of the opportunity offered to follow their natural inclinations. However, there were large num bers of pleasure seekers who braved wet sidewalks and a mean drizzle for an hour or two at one of the many attractive places of amuse ment. But the big fireplace and good book was the thing yesterday. Sunday newspapers arriving from outside points and magRxines were bought in large numbers .at alt the magazine stands. There were others who found that an official Christinas immediately following a calendar Christmas was an excellent time to appea.e the feel ings of certain members of the fam ily by wearing the new-tie (daugh ter's gift) or emoking- the cigars (from friend wife) or initiating other presents without having to expose them to the public gaze and nostrils. Another feature of the second Christmas- day was the forgotten present. To reciprocate the unex pected gift of Sunday, Christmas No. 1. it wag only necessary to send out a present yesterday with some remark about a 48-hour Christmas. Now those who work in the stores. banks, offices and other .business in stitutions are wondering of it is go ing to require two days to bring in the New Year. o Sonora To Deport All Undesirable Aliens At Border Republican A. P. Leased Wire NOG ALES, Ariz., Dec. 26. An im mediate roundup of all undesirable aliens in border points, to be followed by deportation of such aliens, has been ordered by Francisco Elias, gov ernor of the state of Sonora. Mexico, Merchant Marine, Bonus And Tariff Before Congress Republican A. P. Leased Wire WASHINGTON. Dec. 26 Legis lative plans for the congress call for the enactment of bills eo encourage the merchant marine, to provide a bonus payment to former . service men, enact permanent tariff sched ules, and provide the regular appro priations, Representative Monde!!, Republican house leader, said today after a . conference with President Harding. "There are no definite proposals on the merchant marine or soldiers' bonus which can be said to have the approval of the majority at this time," he said, "but the outline of subjects to be taken up include both matters." Every endeavor will be made in the house, he added to have all the appropriation bills which originate there, enacted by April 1. as to give the senate time to consider them on final passage and adjourn con gress in June. ' The question of finding sources of funds with which to pay the bonus. he asserted, was the chief stumbling block of proposals for such a bill. Enactment of such a measure, he added, would probably require simul taneous creation of a special tax to meet the outlay. Mr. Mondell said he did not discuss with the president the -remuneration plan" for subsi dizing merchant ship operation, and he expressed the view that consid erable discussion, would be required before congressional leaders could SPECIAL SERIES AT FIRST METHOD ST CHURCH be iven. ... .1 J..ntmm Kinra flubs The club is planning a aeries of similar according to advices received in No affairs, to be given ounng me wim.c and spring. -. FARM BUREAN MEETING A regular meeting of the Roosevelt farm bureau will be held this evening at 8 o'clock at Neighborhood House. Interesting reports will be made on ,ioi-vinf electricity, water and on cotton picking gales, Sonora. across the interna tional boundary from here. Included in the list of aliens to be arrested and deported is at least one of the men named in the confession made by Manuel Martinez here Sat urday as having participated in the raid on the Ruby, Ariz., postoffice last A large attendance la August, during which Postmaster and looked for at this the last meeting oi the vear. The first meeting of tjie Choteest ef Blooms for al! occas ions, wesigncrs oi Floral Art. , centra (jrandj- plant Show Rooms. 18-24 W. Van Buren CONSTABLE ICE & FUEL CO. WOOD A NO COAL Phone 1555 Fourth Ava. and Jackson St. PH0NaaJ235 Mrs. Frank Pearson were killed. -o- Over 7000 Chickens Lost In Iowa Blaze Republican A. P. Leased Wire BURUNGTON. Iowa. Dec. 26. Over seven thousand live chickens and a half carload of dressed poultry were consumed when the H. A. Selby Poultry company house at Morning Sun, Iowa, was destroyed by fire wore Mr Gilbert and his four sons, of Sunday morning. The building is a Missouri, and H. H. Smith. Of the complete wreck. The loss is estimat 14 persons i , a I ' ntirt james iwnwu ""u new year will be the annual meetint for the election of officers and will h Vielrt nn January 10. CHRISTMAS REUNION Three sisters and their families enjoyea Christmas . dinner together at the r.nch hnme of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bo- zarth, Henshaw road and Twenthieth .it The sisters were ua. zarth, Mrs. Evan Griffiths and Mrs. Oeoree W. Hanford. Others present soui-l. oldest member of the party, only, native Anzonian ... . o was the OBITUARIES I adopt a plan of action on such measure. There is a possibility that Presi dent Harding will leave Washington before New Years, for . a three-day trip to Pinehurst, X. C. but no defi nite decision as to plana has been reached. ' " o 1 ... SANTA CLAUS GIVES KIDDIES BIG TREAT ATLANTIC VALLEY MACHINE WORKS Machine Work and Welding Phone 1085 306 South Seventh Avenue J I M I al i i V.V.V Wetzler 's Tuesday and Wednesday AFTER CHRISTMAS SPECIALS Better Goods for Less Money' VIOLA B. VAN SCOIK . Miss Viola B- Van Scpik died Sun iv it th home of her aunt. Mrs. O. C. Thompson, 850 North Second ave nue after sl long illness. She was 38 years old and had been in Arizona 16 years, teaching in cities of the state." She leaves a mother, who was with her here, -and two sisters and three brothers in the east. Funeral arrangements have not been an nounced. FUNERAL OF ERICK MESL1N. , Vnneral services for Erick Meslin, an employe of the state highway de partment who was Kinea uw". when he was crushed between two trucks Saturday at a road camp near Fort Thomas, will be held this after noon at 2 o clock in tne cnapei oi a. L. Moore and Sons. The Rev. Arthus Lee O'Dell. pastor of the First Pres- hvterian church, will oinciaie. bur ial will be in Greenwood cemetery. at pi- Rain "Water Crystals, 1 Qr Pkg "L7C Limit 2 Packages 9 I Schilling's Coffee, OQp Per lb 00 c Strictly Fresh Local Eggs, Af Dozen ., :.. OK- Mazola Oil, 53 C Quarts Maricopa Butter, LRp lb 5 lbs. Pink Beans . ; Jones' Little Pig Sausage, 40 C Per lb Cream of Wheat, , . 23 C Package , , Ranchers and Farmers Given Special Attention Wetzler's Central Market First Avenue at Washington Wetzler's Arcade Mkt. Grocery Washington at First Street Wetzler's Basketeria 127 North First Avenue "Phoenix' Most Popular Cash and Carry Groceries" Some Livestock 'Lost In Indiana Lowlands Republican A. P. Leased Wire C1XC1XXATI, Dec. 26. Some loss of livestock in the lowlands around Lawrenceburpr. Ind., was reported to day aa the Ohio river continued to rise. , . The river was expected to reach a stage cf 56 feet late today, although small streams in the vicinity of Cin cinnati had reached their crest last night. o BRING BURMESE OPERA RAXGOOX Burma. A native op era company has left here for London and New Tork to produce a full Burmese opera. It usually takes two or three days for one performance. o CHEAPER BY WIRELESS MELBOURNE The Amaluamat- ed Wireless company Is arranging to establish with the commonwealth govenrment a direct service between Australia and Kngland and promises a charge of half the present cable rates. o paviowa says the less vou wear Republican A. P. Leased Wire NEW TORK. Dec. 26. The ingen uity of Santa Claus in overcoming obstacles brought mingled Jo and wonder Saturday night to 60 chil dren on the steamship. Celtic, SOU miles at sea. They landed today still amazed over how he could have done all the things he told them of while the vessel pitched and rolled in the grip of angry wind and sea. Before a Christmas tree ablaze with light and heavy gifts. Santa ap peared. First he assured the young est that he had not come down the smoke stack. It was too hot. he said. He left the land of snow in a sea plane, he related, but jmet an acci dent, transferred to a whale and then to a huge seagull which over took the ship. . The audience passengers and crew cheered as Santa hurried away, say ing he had many other ships to at tend to. - Among the youngsters who enjoyed the excitement was Ross Campbell Geddes. 14 year old s.on of Sir Auck land Geddes. Britnfh ambassador. . i - o - - -X' HEART OVER WEIGHT SHOREDITH. Kngland. It was found at an inquest on the audden I death of Edward Ashmore- that his j heart weighed 38 ounces. The nor-. mal weight of a human heart is i eight or nine ounces. j o I AIR RIDERS WARNED I LONDON'. The air ministry has issued a warning to airplane' passen gers not to drop articles during flight. A fine of J1000 or six months' imprisonment is imposed for any infraction. Special services at the First Meth odist Episcopal church were opened with a vim and dest that spells suc cess by the Conner Trio last night Following the special program by the company of musicians the Rev. J. A. Stavely, pastor of the church, in his address brought a message on evan gelism. His subject was "The Oood Tidings to the Sons of Man." The audience was not as large as desired and the numbers given in their en tirety deserved a larger one. The Conner Trio, swinging Into their first number, a trio, "O My Soul. Bless Jehovah." captivated tne entire audience. Miss Helen Conner followed, giving a touching pianolog entitled "Daddy," accompanied by Mrs. Conner on the piano. The other upecial musical num bers were: A trio, "Faith Will Bring a Blessing Kvery Time"; solo and chorus. "Did Tou Think tT Pray?", and a o)o, "An Evenins rrayor," by Miss Helen. These numbers were interspersed with songs by the conr gregation with "Bill"' leading the oid sengs of Zion with nis venaenm playing on the trombone, and a solo. An Evening Prayer.-, by -L,mie Bill." The opening prayer was made by the Rev. Mr. Rogers. In his address, Dr. stavely saia: "The essence of the gospel is that Christ died for man's in. The first evangel or good angel was the Christ the establishment or Cbnst s king dom through evangelism should be our principal aim. We must let our selves come in contact with the ots perate need of humanity in order that our lives may be touched. The allurements of the world aie attract ing all our youth oh,- how strong! how awful its power! "There is no sweeter doctrine in the Bible than holiness, but it has been so caricatured by the evil tne we scarcely dare use the term. False philosophies are rampant. There is need of the presentation r-t the gos pel of Jesus Christ in its purity and Id time power. The allurements of the world must be met by Christi anity being incarnate in man. The entire program of evangelism must be permeated by faith and prayer. Their power breaks dow.i all bar riers and overcomes all obstacles." o Confessed Slayer Of Iowa Teacher To Hang March 9 Republican A. P. Leased Wire WALKOX, Iowa, Dec. IS. Earl Throst, confessed slayer of Miss Inga Magnuson, 20. a school teacher of Dorchester, was sentenced to be hangel on March 9 by Judge H. E. Taylor today. Counsel for Throst. who had en tered a plea of guilty to a charge of first degree murder at a preliminary hearing a week ago, made a stirring appeal that the penalty be light. They asserted- Throst waa mentally unbalanced. Judge Taylor stated that he had purposely set the execution at a distant date to give mental ex perts en opportunity to observe the prisoner's actions. Throst confessed on Dec. IS to kill ing U.sn Magnuson in her school house. She had been beaten to death. i o . D Jill,; BEWARE "FAKE" COPS LONDON". Thieves have broken into a warehouse containing police- man'a uniforms and taken 30 suits and overcoats. Police believe they will disguise themselves in the uni forms to carry out further exploits. o Many go to art galleries to see the fine paintings. Other men stand on the street corner and watch them pass. MRS. SARAH A. AUX1ER. Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah A. Auxier. wife of A. E.: Auxier. who died Fridav In the family home, 1930 North Ninth street will be held at 3:30 'O'clock this afternoon in the chapel of A. L. Moore and Sons. Bur ial will be in Greenwood cemetery. Mr. Auxier is survived by her hus band - four daughters. Mrs. Nellie Ttn if Minneapolis. Minn.; Mrs. J. W. Kerber, of Karrack N. D.; Mrs. William Fisher, Bismark, N. D.. and Mrs. Clark English, and two sons, Frank Auxier of Butte, Mont., and Vance K. Auxier of Phoenix. i o German silver is a white metal alloy containing copper, zinc and nickel. the longer you live. Iowa! Long live Fav- Auto and Gas Engine Mechanics HANSON & KARLSON 737 Grand Ave. Phone 1360 Machinists Engineers Welding and Forging DANDERINE m9 Stops Hair Coming Out; Thickens, Beautifies. Ten 85c Records Free Two Dimes a day pays for your ilveroh at a saving from $35 to $75. Direct to you from Eastern manu facturer who now lives in Phoenix. Perhaps we would get along bet ter if we had more appropriations for construction and less for de struction. . . DEMAND Racey Music Company East Adams St. 27 Hi fek CONTENTS 1 0OW x ICOFA CREAMER CC PHOENIX. ARIZONA (3 i "From Arizona Cows" WE BUY AND SELL FARM LANDS L. L. Plank Real Estate and Loans 220 Fleming Bldg. Phoenix Phone 1821 INSTALLS OFFICERS Masons turned out In large num bers for the annual election and in stallation of officers of Phoenix Council No. 4. H. and B. M. at the lodge hall last night. The following incoming officers ' were installed by the past illustrious master, L. T. Sutherland: Frank Thomas, illustrious master; Derwin D. Northrup, deputy master; Oliver H. Clark, principal conductor of work: George H. N. Luhrs, treas urer; William B. Kilbourne. recorder; Harkley A. Telford, chaplain; Clar ence N. Boynton, captain of guard; Geo. J. Conrad, conductor of council; Robt. P. Rosine. steward, and Lee W. Osenberg, sentinel. o Fire Destroys Oil Town In Oklahoma Republican A. P. Leased Wire ARDMORE. Ok la.. Dec. 2. Fire early thia morning wiped o,ut the business section of the town of Dil lard. located in the heart of the Hewitt oil field, causing damage to the amount of 1100,000. None of the structures were insured. WINTER CARNATION LONDON. "Winter glow." a new cerise carnation was exhibited at the Royal Horticultural Hall by Stuart Low of Enfield. It is the product of many years experiment for a carna tion that would look cheerful in winter. . . o REAL WAR STORY DUE PARIS. The first volumes of the French official history of the war are expected to be published in the early part of 1921. They will deal with the opening campaigns of 1914. He's a live wire. . The sort of a fellow that sparks. Up-to-the-minute in his clothes. Not to the point of overdoing it, but never underdoing It! " For instance : When he looked over our Winter Overcoats, he decided on a truly Eng lish type a "Guards' Coat" Double breasted, with half belt just tight enough to give the folds of the back a bit of swank. Called "Guard , Coats',', . because . the style's a favorite with the . officers of the crack guard regiments when in Mufti. - Rich fabrics. Down - to - date in price and up-to-date in ' style. " McDougall & Cassou Washington Street - Wlien, a woman aees ' a maa wii', his collar discussing her clothes sue lust laugha up where her sleeve used to be. - . ' PHONE 1387 Fresh Meat, Fruit, Vegetables and Groceries All under one roof and delivered to your door. Our prices are the lowest in Phoenix Compare with others. ; .26c ...25c $1.00 ...14c ...lie ...12c 6c ,..65c $4.65 5c 25c 10 lbs. California Burbank Potatoes ... lS-oz. Loaves Bread 14 lbs. Rceleaned New Pink Beans 3ulk Soda Crackers. Per lb Large Can Armour'a Milk ' Large Can Maricopa Milk Libbva Tomato Soup, Per Can ' t Gallon Jar Pure Mesquite Honey ..... Gallon Can' Pure Met uite Honey Bob White Soap, Per Bar 3 Bars Palm Olive Soap '. '. APPLES APPLES White Winter Peaimain QO 25 Newtown Pippin, CO K Per Box Bellfleur Apples, GJO fT rer Box iP&.VO VEGETABLES AND FRUITS 3 Large Heads Lettuce 4 Bunches Spinach 4 Bunches Turnips Mountain Cabbage, Per lb. $ lbs. Nancy Hall Pumpkin OP Tarns. Sweet Spuds nJK Ripe Bananas. "1 Cn Perth. ...-- VU FRESH MEATS Babbitt & Doyle Baby Beef Every piece guaranteed tender, Boiling Beef, 10 1UV 12c . 12V2c .. . 18c . 19c . 22c 15c 15c 10c 10c 10c 5c RIB B I IBP I I B I B B .15-cenlsi buys a bottje of "Dande rine" at any druc store. After one auplicaUon you can not find a par tkl" of dandruff or a fallinc hair, f'.esides, everv hair shows new life, vigor, briehtness. more color and abundance SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED $1.00 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED PHONE 3008 Arizona Cleaning & Dye Works 235 East Washington Street Per lb Hamburger, Per lb. I'ot Iloaat, Per lb Bound Steak, Ter lb Sirloin Steak, Per lb T-Bonc Steak, Per lb Pork Sausage, Per lb Rib Boast, Ter lb Tou don't need thickrn when you use our meat?. We deliver, mail orders. Special attention t Our New Location 218 West Washington St Phone 1387 Marvin Smith Grocery Co. )7-sovTn-7n a. Ford's Immcnu Store oro opposito tho Boston Storp" f ; IAJ KU 4T7st Steal sbw saai irisninyivn o&rwma r nvrivj 1 1 f v Ntvor soil your goods without ossing Ford . pi SWEATERS: Men' and Women's, from $1.00 to $3.00; 'cost treble. They are niw and classy.. Fords. . , . . CLOCKS: Elegant parlour, all warranted: 125,00 for 15.00. The aro some bargains at Fords. - - - SAFES: Either filing or burglar, $250.00 for. $90 at Ford Stores. CROCKERY: Best Cup and Saucer for 20c big ass't at Fords O .Stores. I never had such values -bfore. - - -n . r. m ' n ..jr. m . r t . ibh ? . W I rnnLvu n wmr; siiumuu coax eow, price u m rvru Stores. It is mahog. base and now. STOVES AND RANGES: Immense stock new or used at Forda Stores. These cannot be duplicated. I PEN KNIVES: No ono can equal my prices, at Fords Stores. ALUMINUM WARE: The prices now will astonish, at Fords Stores. Tho cut in this wars frightens. TENTS: Never look elsewhere. Overloaded, at Forda Stares. BOOKS: For .Christmas. 5000 volumes, nsw 'or used. Fords Stores. Most valuable literature. .... . DENTIST CABINET: Superb: Cost $200, price $50 at Fords Store. Of latest design and hardwood.. PHYSICIAN'S Grip and Tools: Very chsap at Forda Store. Victrolas, Horns, Violins, Banjos, Ukelolo, Drums, Harmonieaa; Fords. Some instruments ar invaluable. GARDEN HOES, 75c. All other" tools proportionate at Fords Stores. Teiese are socket riveted. ' PICTURES: A nice lot to select from, at Forda Stores. ADDING MACHINES: CASH REGISTERS: TYPEWRITERS at Fords Stores. Both Daltons and Burroughs. KODAKS: 50 ass't; all sizes; cheap and nearly new at Ford Stores. Absolutely you save 100. GUNS AND PISTOLS and Ammunition, very very cheap: cords Stores. You're foolish not to examine. . - WARDROBE TRUNKS at cost: Trunks and Grips at Fards Stores. Any trunk, at cost. - PAINT and Hardware, a full' line, cheaper than others: Ford Stores. The leading brands on market. ' DAVENPORT, full leather, cost $250 now, $100 at Fords. FURNITURE: A lovely stock, all retouched, very cheap. Fords Stores. I challenge you to duplicato it. REMEMBER: I buy ' any ' quantity- anywhere: Pay cash and load value. I deliver and haul away. DPnnDDnnnnDDonnnD D Q 1 f Southern Pacific Special Holiday Excursion Rates Fare and a half for round trip between all points of which the one-way fare is $25.00 or less, minimum fare $2.50, tickets on sale December 22-23-24-25-26-31, Jan uary 1-2, final return limit January 4th.