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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1910.
VOL. XXI. NO. 217.
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A wedding of inte rest to Phoenix r Mr. and Mrs. Sliirley Christy will
so piety was solemnized last Tuesday ! entertain with an elaborate Xmas din
in Tucson when Miss Willi Barnes 1 ner today, American beauty roses and
Martin became the bride of Earl Tut- I holly forming the table decorations.
tie Ifnzelett. A color scheme of red i Covers will be laid for Mr. and Mrs.
and green was carried throughout the I J. H. Creighton, Mrs. L. E. Allen, Mrs
parties homo by the use of holly, i Xed Creighton, Miss Sadie Allen, Miss
mistletoe, festoons of smilax and si I Edna Coleman, Miss Caroline Christy
profusion of Ameriacn beauty roses. and Dufferin Rutherford.
The- bride looked lovely in a Worth j . .
gown of white satin handsomely j A Jnv box party to see Marv
Mannering last night was composed
of Mr. and Mrs. William Coleman
trimmed witli pearls and real lace.
Miss Marguerite Adams and Miss Jes
sie O'Connell as bridesmaids were
gowned in red chiffon and white satin
trimmed with tiny red rose buds. After
the ceremony a delicious wedding sup
per was served to the many guests.
After a honeymoon spent in California
and at the Grand Canyon Mr. and Mrs.
Hazclett will make their home in Phoe
nix. Among the Tlioenix society folks
who attended the wedding were Mrs. J.
C. Adams, Miss Marguerite Adams,
Miss Lucile Karrar, Joe Cassou and
One of the most delightful affairs of
the season was the informal tea given
by Mrs. Frederick Rabinnowltz and
Mrs. Earl Curtis complimentary to Mrs.
Thomas McGinnis. Roses and pepper
iKiughs were used in great profusion in
decorating the parlor and living room.
Invited to meet Mrs. McGinnis were
Mrs. M. E. Morin. Mrs. E. A. Marshall,,
Mrs. L. Melczer. Mrs. S. K. Levi. Mrs.
Krank Blount. Mrs. R. B. Elliot. Mrs. C.
Coldren. Mrs. B. E. Marks, Mrs. S-. K.
Aolpe. Mrs. C. 11. Pratt. .Airs. arw icK ; Mrs. W. K. Long. Mr. and Mrs. P. T
Scott. Mrs. J. WIckman, Mrs. L. B. : Hurley and Miss May Hurley.
Christy and Miss Nell Blount. , .
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Thomas, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Summers will and Mrs. Frank Copson. Mrs. George
be hosts at a dinner partv today. I Shannon and Mrs. Jane Thomas will
LaFranee roses and ferns will form the ; be the guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Frank
Rogers, Mr. and Mr.s. Roy Goodrich,
Mrs. J. C. Adams. Miss Lucile Farrar,
Miss Norma Swecm-y, Miss Marguer
ite Adams, Donald Green, Foster
Rockwell and Ke'.th Pickrell.
An enjoyable theater party followed
by a supper at the Ford was given
Monday evening by John Wright. The
party included Mr. and Mrs. William
Coleman Rogers. Mrs. Roy S. Good
rich. Miss Emma Charlebois. Miss
Celia Charlebois and Garrett Schulcr.
Mrs. .Joseph Sherburne Jencks will.
entertain witli a family Christmas
dinner this evening. American beau
ties will form the centerpiece- and
covei-s will be laid for Judge and Mrs.
Joseph II. Kibbey and Mrs. Caroline
Air. and Mrs. C. C. Hurley will be
dinner hosts today to Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Long, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sullivan.
,Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gurley. Mr. and
centerpiece of the table around which
will be seated Dr. and Mrs. II. A.
Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Hughes.
Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Damcron, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Garner. Mr. and Mrs. P. B.
Dtier. Mrs. Clark, Miss Hughes, Miss
Erile Dameron, Harry Hughes and Lo
Thomas at dinner tonight.
Mrs. F. A. Tritle has returned to
Phoenix after an absence of two years
and will spend the remainder of the
winter with her son ami daughter. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Tritle.
Company "A," First Infantry of the
National Guard of Arizona will give
their third annual reception at the Ari
zona Stfhool of Music Friday evening.
The Quien Sabe club was pleasant
ly entertained Tuesday evening by Dr.
and Mrs. Rov Thomas. Mrs. Sherburne
Jencks and Fred Cleaveland made the December thirtieth.
high scores at bridge. The guests of I
the club were Mrs. Joseph Kibbey. I Mrs J. C. Adams, Miss Lucile Far
Miss Marion Manning. C. C. Sherwood, I rar and Miss Marguerite Adams rc-
and Dr. Godfrey. The club will be the ; turned Wednesday from Tucson, where
guests of Mrs. Kibbey next week.
On Wednesdnr afternoon Miss
Thompson entertained her dancing
class with an informal dance at the
Arizona .Jychool of Music. Miss
Thompson's guests incldued Miss Ruth
Goldberg. Miss Mabel Frankforter,
Miss Miriam Bailey, Miss Martel Fig
ley. Miss Louise Baptist, Miss Marion
Pascoe. Miss Hclon Firth and Norman
W. O. Lackland arrived Tuesday
from Lompoe, California, and will re
main over the holidays visiting his
cousin. J. P. Orme.
they attended the Hazelctt-Martln nup
tials on Taesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ainsworth will
have as their gut.sts at dinnfr tonight
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Craig. C. S.
Whltbeck. Ernest Bennett and Robert
Mr. and Mrs. William Coleman
Rogers will have Foster Rockwell,
James E. McClure and William Cole
man as dinner guests today.
Jay Alkirc Vcturned yesterday from
Ganada. Mexico and will visit next'
week with his parents.
Governor and Mrs. Richard E. Sloan
Mrs. Vernon Clark, Miss Eleanor Sloan
Miss Mary eJnkins, Miss Mary Sloan
and Will Callahan will be the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Chalmers at
Harry Young spent Tuesday in town.
leaving in the evening for Detroit,
where he will visit with his parents
over the holidays. Mr. Young will "en
ter Ames college the first of the year.
Mrs. Lutgerdlng was hostess at a
box party to see Mary Mannering and
her guests were Mr. 'and Mrs. George
Lutgerdlng. Miss Stuart, M. C. Mc-
Dougall and Llnvillc Lutgerdlng.
Miss Ora Orme, Miss Mabel McNeil.
Miss Doris Orme, Earl Retzer, Guy Al-
sap and Ernest Johnson formed a jolly
theater party to see "The Girl, the Man
and the Game" on Monday evening.
Mrs. A. C. Delster arrived Saturday
morning from Los Angeles to'vislt her
sister. Mrs. George Purdy Bullard.
Mrs. Deister will be joined by her hus
band shortly after the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hartranft en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. William Hum
bert, Mr. and Mrs. Celora Stoddard,
Mrs. J. V. Mathls and William Hum
bert at dinner Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Fowler Gar
diner will entertain at dinner today Mr.
and Mrs. A. K. Stacy. Thomas Stacy
and Miss Stacy.
Mrs. Emma Alexander of Santa
Paula. California, arrived Friday and
will spend the the holidays with her
sister, Mrs. Burnett.
Dr. and Mrs. Roy Thomas left Fri
day for Pomona where they will
spend the holidays with Mrs. Thomas'
Mrs. Miller Is a recent arrival from
New Yorl? .City and will spend the
winter in Phoenix the guest of her
son, I. dc Miller.
Mrs. A. M. Smith and daughter.
Helen, nrrivrd Friday morning to
spend the holidays with John Orme
Miss Bess Sargeant returned Tues
day from Washington where she has
been visiting friends since her return
Miss Caroline Reed Thompson left
Saturday for Placcntia. California,
where she will visit relatives until
Harry Shedd and young son left Fri
day for Riverside to spend Christmas,
returning on Tuesday.'
Miss Helen Ely arrived Friday from
Stanford university to spend the holi
days with her parents.
Sidney Ross will be the dinner
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rowlands
The Musicians' club will meet Mon
day evening. January 9. at the resl
dencc of Mrs. C. C. Hutchinson, on
North First avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wilkinson lcrt
last night forLos Angeles to spend the
Tiie Egdirb club met last week with
Mrs. W. K. James, and the high score
was made by Mrs. H. J. Jessop. The
club will be entertained tomorrow by
Miss Hazel Stuart of Cedar Rapids,
arrived Tuesday and will be the guest
of Mrs. George Lutgcrding for sevoral
Dr. and Mrs. H. H.' Stone are spend
ing the holidays in Pasadena.
Mrs. Lloyd C. Bailey left Wednesday
for Mazatlan, Mexico, after a three
months' visit In Phoenix and Los An
Harry Hughes returned last week
from Texas, where he has been attend
ing the Southwestern university.
The Arizona club will give their an
nual Christmas ball Wednesday, . De
Mrs. Lutgerdlng. Mis-s Stuart. M C
McDougall and Llnvillc Lutgerdlng
will be the dinner guests of Jlr and
Mrs. George Lutgcrding today.
Judge J. M. Jamison entertained i
with a delicious luncheon Tuesday at
the Inglcsidc Country Cli'b eomplimcn- i
tary to Miss Gertrude Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cook v ill haet
as their Christmas dinner guests Joe
Cassou, M. C. Cook and Jack Adams.
Edward Melczer came up from thr
Vulture mine to spend Christmas with
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Green will have
Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
The Smith Family will give another
of their jolly dances on the 31st In
Dwight Defty arrived Tliursdai
from Los Angeles for a short isit
with his parents.
signed to the ship, objected that there
were 210 bags of mall to come. Tappen
said It was up to the postoffice de-1
partmcnt to get the mail on board inj
time, but as the manuest Dougherty
had brought from the postoffice list
ed 2.110 bags of mail, the assistant vice
presnient agreed to wait a few minutes
longer. New York Evening World.
RAMSES, A GREAT EGYPTIAN.
Inordinately Vain and Ostentatious,
But a Courageous and .De
His superb statue in Turin i prov
en bv his surviving bodv tiF he a.
faithful portrait, showing us at least '
til 3 outward man as he- was. In per
son he war tall and handsome, with
features of dreamy and almost effem
inate beauty, in no wise suggest've
of the manly traits which he certain
ly possessed. For the incident at
Kadesh showed him unquestionably a
man of fine courage with ability to
rise to a supreme crisis; while the
Indomitable spirit evident there Is '
again exhibited in the tenacity with
which he pushed thr war against the
Illttite Empire and carried his con
quests, even If not lasting, far into
The Dollar Sign
Is an enticing one the scram
ble for It Is most strenuous.
Catch the swift-moving dollar
If you can and then come and
deposit it In our Bank. Put
more dollars with it, and then,
when needed, use your checks,
which will come back to you
as vouchers. Your connection
with the bank will be a valuable
asset in your favor.
Union Bank & Trust Co.
northern Syria. After his nearly fif- J With his name perpetuated in ,.vast
teen years of campaigning, in which I building distributed at all points along
eh more than redeemed the almost j the Nile from the marshes of the
fatal blunder at Kadesh, he was quite j northern Delta to the Fourth Cat
ready to enjoy the well earned peace, j aract. Ramses lived on in magnifl
Hc was inordinately vain and made J cence even surpassing that of Amen
far more ostentatious display of his hotep III His was the sunset glory
wars on his monuments than was of the venerable line which he repre
cer done by Thutmose ' sented
Miss May Hurley who is attending
Berkeley arrived last week and will
i -"main at home over the holidays.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Dorris, Miss Kate
Wilson, Miss Marlon Dorris and Mrs
Bismukes will be the guests of Mr and
Mrs.- J. W. Dorris at dinner today.
Arthur Halm, who is attending
Stanford University, is spending the
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Halm.
Clem A. Turner left last night for
Los Angeles to visit friends during
Mr. and Mrs. Sclim J. Mlchelson
will entertain Mrs. Jack Woods, Miss
Lena Mlchelson, Miss Myrtle Migel,
Miss Dorothy Mlchelson and Abe Mich
euson at dinner today.
Wednesday evening closed the first
term of the High School assembly
dancing class and the young folks en
joyed a social dance in the auditorium
of the Arizona School of Music.
IDEAS AND AMERICAN GOLD.
Two Americans have recently exer
cised a clear Influence on the immedi
ate destinies 6f England. On? Is the
lato Henry George, the other Is Joseph
Fels. Much of the present land valua
tion and land tax agitation, which Is
the spear-head of the 1910 budget. Is
due to the gradual permeation of Henry
George's ideas on taxation of land. And
some of the concentration and imme
diacy of that agitation is due to Joseph
Fels. For some years singl-J taxers
have been sowing the seed through the
kingdom. Such men as Crcmpton
Davies and John Paul have been ad
dressing small meetings in many
places. Gradually the interest has In
creased, and permanent groups of con
verts and believers have been formed
in certain communities. They have
won over the lord advocate of Scotland,
Alexander Ure, to the cause of a pro
gressive tax on land. Large audiences
have listened to him. Eighteen months
ago Joseph Fels began to grow busy
Fels Is a Philadelphia Jew who makes
Fcls-Naphtha. By It he has netted
eight million dollars, much of which he
believes he has stolen from the work-;
ing people. He calls himself a "robber."
He has two master passions in life
one is to free his own people from the
age-long persecution by establishing
a colony In some safe and fertile spot;
the other is the crusade against pov
erty. Single tax is to him a religion,
and he stands ready to pour out his
fortune In establishing it. Seeing the
growing radicalism of England, he
spent bis money freely on single tax
pamphlets, syndicate newspaper arti
cles, news bureau material and lec
tures. When there was a rumor during
the early summer of 1910 that the
cabinet might omit the land clauses
from the budget, Fels gave J5.000 to
pay for a "monster" demonstration In
Hyde park, the object of which was
to Impress on a wavering cabinet the
extent to which the people were
awakened and aroused. So active and
noisy has Fels been that John Burns,
for Instance, resents his intrusion Into
England and believes that he has in
jured the liberal cause by making the
British think it is his American hand
which has manipulated some of the re
cent social reform". Collier's Weekly.
ADRIATIC CARRIES 2110 BAGS OF
After two thousand bags of Christ
mas mall had been put aboard the
White Star liner Adriatic Wednesday
morning and It was 3:35 o'clock, al
most thirty-five minutes past her sail
ing time, assistant vice president of
the line, John Tappen. started to give
the signal to haul in the gangplanks.
G. P. Daugherty, the mail clerk us-
w , g
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Location, Improvements, Restrictions, Prices,
Terms, Etc., are all such as to attract and con-
vince anyone looking tor the most desirable loca
tion tor a home that LOS OLIVOS is unquestionably
The past season's development in LOS
OLIVOS has been exceptional, and many more ele
gant new homes are now being planned. Why not
secure your homesite at once there are still
several very beautiful tracts left.
May we show you LOS OLIVOS soon.
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