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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1919.
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IMPRESSIVE FUNERAL SERVICES
HELD FOR HUGH D. CAMPBELL, JR.
Ono of Flagstaff's best loved and and ouantity, testified to the esteem
most widely known young men passed in which the young man had been,
MARSHAL V.H.MELICK OF WILLIAMS, KILLED BY MEXICAN;
MURDERER WOUNDED AND IS IN COUNTY JAIL HERE
The Flagstaff "Top o the Woild'1
ball team goes to Holbrook Sunday
for a game with that team. Holbrook
Is leported to have a fast nine and
the boys will have to fight for an
Williams comes here for a game the
morning of the Fourth of July, one of
the attractions of the big Elks' con
vention. There will be only one game
during the celebration. Ktnimuii
ened i condition made him an easy vie- silence no one moved, or spoke, .but , 0atman' and Needles all have askel
uj iuoi ouiutuuy uigni, iuay oi,.in neiu Dy nis menus.
the Angeles Hospital, Los Angeles,
when Hugh D. Campbell, Jr., suc
cumbed to the indirect effects of an
accident suffered last December. With
him at the time of his death were his
father and mother, sister and
After the casket had been placed in
its vesting place" a firing squad of
soldiers fired three volleys over the
grave. Dry eyes were few in the
crowd and several left the scene, un
lainer ana mother, sister ana one able to control themselves. Following
brother. Bronchial pneumonia was the! the volleys from the soldiers' rifles
direct cause of his death; but his weak-Lthere was just a moment of intense
BKuimmura iiuuie nun un eusy vit- silence no one moved, or spoke, .but
tim to the disease. stood motionloss. pi inrwv? with t,o
vTiS0,,80"6. mentioned occurred in sadness and solemnity of the occasion.
Norfolk, Va., five months ago. Camp- For just a moment, then from the
bell, with other sailors, was standing cre.st of the hill a hundred yards away
in mess lino, when some one utterly stole the low, sweet notes of "Taps,"
gnorant of how to handle it jumped f,0m the instrument in the hands of
into a big navy truck standing ncaiby Company I's old bugler, Fcrrol Travis,
and staited it. The heavy machine The saddest and sweetest of all bugle
got out of his control and coming at caiis must have been played by sym-
the line of waiting men from the rear, pathetic lips for the crowd stood and
struck them broadside, killing one out- listened, every one unconscious of
right and injuring eighteen others, every one else, until the last echo of
Campbell was hit in the small of the the last note died away on the Ari-
back and whirled to one side. A hip zona air.
Was bioken and nthoi intnrips stm- ....... .... .
tained that kept him on his back from W nW Art P Tlv 99 9 w"
that time until his death. Sv livl t'n.ri L?n Zl ?L.Hio
He had been showing considerable yi !V?L tt'ELu?" h? was, I2
Improvement, and it had been thought ?" f, aJ ' J.
he would soon be strong enough to j 5f AVi,'"r -i .i i v
stand an operation that would enable lf"tht BC2?l,n splnt the
v i . li. i ! ... i .- next two vears. From here he en-
v "MSiS b? S UlsearCtha!'S fhJJ" n-
pansptl hl rinnth t Ji'f ""! wun-ii insiiiuiiuii nc trail-
uc.o yi mu laiimy win. nim in p8TI,v.,tv .A,n TlI(l(,m ..
"w'Trf wr- & mv ivih uiki
for games with the boys but have not
been given dates yet. On the 22nd
the team goes to Winslow, so the next
home game, unless one is provided for
the 15th, will be on the glorious
Fourth of July.
LIEUT. JOHN MATTHEWS
EXPECTED HOME AT ONCE
LIEUT. DUFFIELD RETURNS
FROM SERVICE IN FRANCE
. Lieut. E. H. Duffield, . well-known
railroad man all along ttto line of the
Santa Fe, leturned fiom overseas duty
last week, reaching his home at Wil
liams on the 29th.
Mr. Duffield used to be conductor
on the Flagstaff short run, from
which position he was promoted to
trainmaster with headquarters at
Victor H. Melick, town marshall of
Williams, was shot in cold blood and
almost instantly killed at 6:15 o'clock
last Saturday evening1, after he had
placed Torez under arrest for the thefi
The murder was one of the most un
called for in the criminal history of
northern Arizona. The assassin did
not give' his victim a fighting chance
for his life and was in no danger him-
splf whfn hi filpfl on tnp nnsiisnprfinir
Torez is now in the county jail,
Angeles, was brought to Flagstaff,
reaching here Monday night. Several
hundred people wcie at the station,
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score. A company of his old boyhood qu"!,crs ' Ash
comrades, who like himself, offered
which he SDcnt about five vears as
Hlstinf n?ffl fnflini in InnVinrr riffAi Vi!ct
extensive sheep interests, with hcad-
Vhen the war broke out the trc-
their services to the country in its jnondous business had practically been
time of need, were there in uniform, ' turned over to the ran. He enlisted
rlranm ,,n nt nttnntlnn .! V.!m in the naVV in JUlV. 1918. belli C Sent
honor. A squad of sailors bore the toJS1anvPieJfJ?,' a"u lat,er was transfer
casket, as followed by the marching "d to Norfolk. Va., where he met with
soldiers, it was taken to the Flagstaff . the fatal accident.
Undertaking Parlors, later to be car-1 He is survived by his father and
ried by the same hands to the home mother, Mr.and Mrs. Colin Campbell;
of his parents in the west end of town, a sister, Miss Claire Campbell; one
Funeral services were held Wcdnes-, brother, Frank, with him at the time
day morning. Possibly the greatest f bis death; and a second brother,
number of friends ever gathered to-'Eusrene, now with the A. E. F. over
jrether on any similar occasion in in France. He was a nephew of Sen
Flagstaff, were at the services, which ator Hugh Campbell. Besides these
were unusually impressive. near relatives a large number of more
Arrangements were in charge of. distant ones reside in Flagstaff,
the Flagstaff Undertaking Parlors. I When Hugh Campbell, Jr$ diel, all
v Forty-five soldiers and sailors in northern Arizona lost a young man
uniform met at the'office of the West- who'gave ever promise of adding to
cm union leiegrapn ix).. ana unaerj tne luster or our section. He had
the command of Captain E. M. Robin-' shown remarkable business judgment
son, marched to the home, reaching for one so young. His friends were
there at 9 o'clock, and acted as an .legion and his enemies few, for he,
escort of honor for their dead com-J possessed so many lovable and admir
radc. At 9:30 services were held in able oualities that his frinmlsnin ims
the Church of the Nativity, High Re-j valued and his opinion respected. Af-
19th. from' where he nroceeded bv
Lieut. John Matthews, cramlson of i train to Southampton. Fiom there to
Judge Gilliland, is expected home after Lc Havre, France, where he leported
three years and one month's scrvicd, to his commanding officer on Septem-
In the army, possibly a longer termjDer" at borcey, which Is near Toul,
of actual service than that of any and in the advance aiea. He was en
other Flagstaff boy. j gaped in operating a narrow-gauge
Lieut. Matthews went to the border, I rauroau in that sector until uctooer
Ho Volunteeied on .Tune 10th. 1918:1
was commissioned on Aucust 19. oft where he was carried
the same year, and ordered overseas saved from swift death at the hands
on the 24th of Aucust. He left Wil-'of friends of the murdered man by
Hams three days later, proceeding di-' officers of Flagstaff. He is suffering
lectly to Hoboken, where assignment from a severe wound but will likely
to the 21st Engineers awaited him. recover.
Leaving New Yorkon September 3, he! The work of the officers fs in eveiy
landed in Manchester. Encland. on the . respect to be commended. Not over
with Company I, under Capt. Robin
son, on the 9th day of May, 1919, and
has seen continuous service since.
While in Franco, Lieut. Matthews
received a wound in the leg that kept
him in the hospital three months. He
served as senior lieutenant in four dif
ferent regiments while abroad. "!
Matthews planneds to come through
Concordia. Kans.. where his wife has
been waiting his. return, the. two to!
come home together. They will occupy
Judge Gilliland's lesidence across the
tracks. When Matthews entered the
service he was connected with the
Western Union office here, but it is
not known just what his plans for the
INJURED BY A FALLING TREE
'Gene Lee was struck by a falling
tree Munds Park on Wednesday, and
at first was thought to have been
dangerously injured. Dr. H. K. Wil
son was called to attend him and later
reports are that his accident is not
liable to prove fatal.
Lee just recently returned from the
army and is the son of John Lee, a
well known cattleman. Youncr Lee
was assisting his father with a
9, when his unit, Co. D, was trans
ferred to the Argonne sector, and
placed on similar work through such
important points as Montfaucon, Cic
gas and Romagne.
On October 25th he was transferred
to Co. H, 21st Engineers, and moved
to the east of Verdun, where the Wild
Cat Division was advancing on Metz.
When the armistice became effective,
he was transferred to standard-gauge
repair work. It was over this railroad
after being repaired, that the first
U. S. A. train passed on its way to
Germany. Lieut. Duffield was rail
way ooerating office in charge.
On December 1 he was located at
Briey in charge of railway operations
to Andun and on Decembon 9 was
again transferred, this time to Nantes
on the west coast, and placed in -full
charge of terminal operations.
On the 8th of April he sailed from
Brest on the steamship Kaiserin Au
gusta Victoria, the first of the German
ships to engage in 'U. S. transport
Mr. Duffield is a strong booster of
the A. E. F., having received p-ood
treatment, especially while in Base.
Hospital No. ?4, at Nantes, recovering
quiem Massi being celebrated by Rev,
Father H. Hahn. The funeral services
and sermon were conducted and
preached by Father C. Fabte.
jr From the church the cortege went
to the cemetery south of town, where
Father Vabre led a short service, a
squad each of' sailors and soldiers
having acted as pall bearers. A pro
fusion of flowers of unusual beauty
ter he suffered the accident in Be
cember he was never again on his feet
for the next five months, and suffer
ed untold agony, but the greatness of
his character and the sweetness of hi
spirit kept back all complaint and
made him endure his lot with a smile
on his face and a constant thought
in his mind for the comfort of those
in constructinjr.a stock tank: s'trectinev.niM7iri? fvcnrrrniT
was being cut out of way, and as jt COOPER IS EXPECTEP
started to fall Lee walked under it
and was crushed to the ground with I Either J. L. Cooper or Chas. Dut-'
the tree across his shoulders. ton. Arizona post-office inspectors, or
i. T , " , ilcau4ual' both, are expected in Flagstaff anv
ranch at Clay Park and was reported daVi on a vIsit to determine our fit
as going well when last heard from. CS8 for receiving the free delivery
o system of mail. When Mr. Coope-
County Attorney F. M. Gold filed, was here a short while ago he said
the complaint against Simplicio To- that one or both of the gentlemen
rez, murderer of Victor Melick, on . would try and be here before the end
Wednesday. The preliminary nearing of the first week in June. Cooper -will
be before Justice Kidd in Flag-1 at present in the Holbrook countn
staff, instead of being held in Wil , and Dutton is at work in the Gallup
liams, the scene of the crime. district.
four hours elapsed from the time Me-
horse back. But Mrs. Means insisted
on her way, saying, "No, you leave
that horse right here."
Add, after some further discussion,
Torez went to home.
The authorities were notified and
Ed Hamilton, Tom White and J. H.
Paddock went after him. Coming to
his mother's house, they inquired for
him, but the mother, coming to .the
door, said he was not there. The of
ficers left, but in just a few moments
came back, and on their inquiry for
him he came to the door with just his
underclothes on; being engaged in
taking a bath when called.
"Come on out and let's settle this
thing up," he was hailed.
"All right; but wait unfil I get my
clothes on," Torez replied, and went,
back into the house. Just a moment,
or two elapsed and Paddock saw him
go from the back of the house into a
lick was murdoied until Torez was in ( little shack which he occupied himself"
a cell in the jail here. During those and then Hamilton went into the
four hours some fast and furious ac- shack and persuaded Torez to accom
tion took place. . I pany him. Later it was discovered
The difficulty started Over Torez's ' that he put into his clothes a -32-cali-possession
of a horse, the property, ber automatic gun, with which he later
ot Mrs. Ambrosia Means, wife of a.muraerea MencK.
hunter, trapper and cruide famous all
over the West, having piloted hunting
parties of America's most prominent
citizens, including Theodore Roosevelt
and others. Torez tells a story of not
knowing the animal belonged to Mrs.
Means; but the fact remains that he
had his saddle on the little black
horse one that Mrs. Means rode her
self, and watering him at a trough a
half block from her house. Mrs.
Means saw him and noticed that some
one, presumably Torez, had tried to
m some measure disguise the animal,
having bobbed its mane and tail.
Mrs. Means came out and accosted
Torez, saying, "What are you doing
with my horse? Take that saddle off.
Who bobbed its mane and tail?"
Torez leplied that he would take the
iaddle home, the presumption being
that he would ride the horse there,
remove the saddle and then bring the
When he came out of the house-
Hamilton took him by the arm and
said: U s,
"Come on; we'll go over to Means
and straighten this thing up."
Torez replied that he did not want
to go and a few words were followed
by. a slight scuffle between the two
men, in which Hamilton got a good
hold on Torez's wrist and thought he
could manage him in -that way. But
Torez jerked his gun, pointed it at
Hamilton's middle, and, referring to
the gun Hamilton was carrying, said:
"Drop 'er, Ed, right where you arc,
or I'll kill you."
Torez then walked over and picked
up the gun fiom the ground and eject
ed the shells. What he did with it
then it not known.
Hamilton and Torez then started for
town and met Paddock, who had left
(Continued on Page 8)
POLLOCK WILL FORM
BIG WHOLESALE HOUSE
SOON AT PHOENIX
J. E. KING DIES IN
Sad news has come to Flagstaff of
the death in the Presbyterian Hospi
tal, Philadelphia, Pcnn., on May 29th
last, of Mrs. J. E. King, mother of
Mrs. C. P. Portz. of Flaestaff. Mrs.
King had many warm friends here
aside from the immediate family, hav
ing lived here from 1907 to 1915, go
ing back in that year to live with her
other daughter in Philadelphia.
' Mrs. J. E. King was bom in Bruns
wick, Maryland, on May 10, 1843. Her
maiden name was Mary Elizabeth
Frazier, one of the daughters of an
illustrious Southern-family. Early in
life she united with the Episcopal
church and during her lifetime was
consistent in the deep interest she took
in the welfare of that institution.
In 1867 sh married Josiah Edward
King, to which union eight children
were born, two surviving Mrs. Portz
of Flagstaff and Mrs. E. W, Barnes
of Philadelphia. Before coming to
Flagstaff she resided in White Haven,
Pfinn., in which town interment took
Mrs. King had been ill for five
months preceding her death, but the
immediate cause of death was an acci
dent she suffered on the 28th day
of May, living 18 hours afterward.
Both friends of Mrs. Kinir and Mrs.
Portz join in offering thefr sympathy
to the bereaved daughter; knowing
Mrs. King, they know the loss sus
tained by the loved ones.
OLD VETERANS OF '61
OFFER THEIR THANKS
We take this means of thanking
each and every one personally who
renuerea somucn assistance in mak
ing Decoration Day what it was in
tended to be and what it is, a day
bcl usiue in rememorance oi xnose
who gave their lives that this country
migni live, one and undivided.
We especially wish to thank Joe
Hanley, Raymond Prochnow and Capt.
Robinson for .their good services; and
Mesdames Green, Mills, Parsons,
Compton, Clark and Miss Long for
looking after the flowers;, the choir
and Miss Rozen for their songs; and
Rev. Luther Moore, who so ably as
sisted at the cemetery.
The speaking was excellent and ap
propriate. Judge Jones. C. B. -Wilson
and Rev. Moore can not be forgot
ten by us. Again we offer our sin
cere thanks to all.
S. B. GILLILAND.
W. H. PEARCE
B. F. DONEY.
J. C. MILLIGAN
J. H. HALEY. '
DR. J. O. CREAGER, NEW
NORMAL HEAD, ARRIVES
ODD FELLOWS AND REBEKAHS
WILL HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICE
The local lodges of Odd Fellows and
Rebckahs will hold their annual Mem
orial service Sunday afto.-noon, day
after tomorrow, at 3:00 o'clock in the
Odd Fellows' hall. After tle service
the lodges will go in a body to the
city cemetery and place flowers on the
graves of departed lodge members.
This remembrance of Odd Fellows and
Rebckahs who have died is a yearly
custom of. the two lodges and the
service is always one of solemnity
and serves well to keep in the minds
of the living the virtues of those who
have gone before.
MRS. L. R. LANEY PASSES ON
IN POLICE COURT
After being in Flagstaff only one Three young men carpenters from
month, Mrs. L. R. Laney, mother of California, who have been in town
Miss Lena Laney, of the Flagsttff for some days on various jobs, were
Lumber Co., died at their home tn up in Judcre Gilliland's court Mondav
North Lcroux street, last Sunda, morning on the charge of using inde
June 1.. cent language before ladies and sing-
T5'J h-daughter, Jfc IM'S ""1 ! Ps dent of 'the Phoenix National
Business transactions have just been
completed which mean much to Phoe
nix and Arizona and by which this
pity is made a large distributing
center. j -
Articles of incorporation have been
filed by the Hall-Pollock Co., whole
sale grocers, that large concern, hav
ing made ararngements for the mir-
chase of the Phoenix branch of' the
Stetson-Barrett Co. The new concern
will continue the business at the same
location, the warehouses and whole
sale rooms of the Stetson-Barret Co.
having been taken over by the nev
T. E. Pollock, of the Hall-Pollock
Co., capitalist, banker, and stockman
of northern Arizona, will be president.
Mr. Pollock is well known throughout
the entire West and enjoys an envi
able reputation for his square busi
ness dealings, and the -fact that he
is at the head of this concern augers
well for its future popularity and
success, and there is little doubt that
Hq Hall-Pollock Co. will eventuallv
become the largest concern of its kind
in the southwest,
H. C. Hall, who for the past eipM
years has been the manager of the
rnoenix branui house of Stetson-Bar
ret Co.. wholesale grocers of Los An.
geles, is vice president and manager
and will be" the active head of thp
new company. Mr. Hall has spent the
greater part of his business life in the
wholesale giocery line and occupies
a high place in the esteem of the
wholesale and retail merchants of
Phoenix and vicinikV. The many
friends that he made .vhile connected
with Stetson-Barret Co. will welcome
his entry into the new company.
The fact that W. H. Thomson, vice
TO SECURE RELIEF BILL Otf'
ACCOUNT OF FLU EXPENSE
WILL DRAW 115 NAMES
FOR THE SUPERIOR COURT
Judge J. E. Jones, of the Superior
Court, yesterday issued the order for
the drawing of 115 names for the trial
Sry. The drawing will be done next
onday and court will convene Mon
day morning, June 23.
'This term of court will be unusual
in the number of cases heard and the
gravity of the charges. Three murder
cases, one assault, and a host of lesser
crimes are on the calendar.
It is not known yet whether the
cases of Messrs. Kieth and Grant, the
Doney Park settlers, charged with as
sault with deadly weapons, will be
heard at this term, for Justice Robert
J. Kidd has not rendered his decision
on their preliminary hearings.
The new head of the Northern Ari
zona Normal school, Dr. J. O. Creager,
succeeding G. E. Cornelius, lesigned,
is now in flagstaff, reaching here
Wednesday night. Mr. Creager will
assume control of Normal affairs at
once, assisted by Mr. Cornelius, who
will remain in Flagstaff for some
O. F. Thompson, came to Flagstaff the ? the city park. The offenses and
2nd of May, to make their permanent their arrest took place Sunday after
home with Miss Laney, leaving thei- non "I" they spent the night in the
home of many years in Adel, Ga., in c'ty jail.
nnior flint ip fnmiiu min),t v,n tn.' Monday morning thev were told bv
irether. Judge Gilliland that law and order
Mrs. Laney was bom in Crawfoid.XS i".An?ufs,Z.e'4 a?
iiiul stale. ijiu rei
Mrs. Frank Harrison has been ill
( enough this week to require the at
tendance of a physician, but is now
much improved and able to be out.
Mrs. Dave Tate, former resident of
flagstaff, with her daughter, Helen,
is here to spend the summer. Thev
came in from Los Angeles, where they
have been making their home since
they left Flagstaff some years ago,
and where Mr. Tate is now. They will
spena tne next lew months m then
home on West Aspen avenue.
The Men's League of the Federated
Church will hold its regular monthlv
meeting next Monday evening at 8:00
o'clock in the Presbyterian church.
Among other important matters to be
brought up will bo the formation of
a Boy Scout troop in Flagstaff. Mem
bers are urgently urged to be on hand.
Billy Borum was away from the
Confection Den a part of a day this
week, something very unusual. But
he persuaded himself he -wasn't sick
and came on back to work.
auves wno eui- i.- Mt - s . - ...,- .
vive her are two daughters-Miss ERi. '. I,ne 0I mw eacn'
Lena Laney nnd Mrs. O. F. Thomp-f """" ",c """
son and two small grandchildren.
Their many friends in Flagstaff sorrow W. H. Pcarce, government custodian
with them and extend them the sin- of the Cliff Dwellings, has had an un-
cerest sympathy in the loss of the one usually large number of visitors this
dearest to them all. i year. During the month of May 705
p.m.i o-- ...,. l.1.1 ,-rf v, persons registered in his record. Dut
A unco, dcitili: ntit; utriu ill wi. -.. . . . . -
parlors of the Flagstaff UndertakiiH $f thisT,,nulT,r on'y three cars were
Parlors. Tuesday afternoon at 3:00 Vom ?BstJi In the .first three
o'clock, conducted by Rev. Luther"ays 0I J,u1e 1"J,PeM; called Ion him
Moore, of the Episcopal church. In- i.10 l0 me wi uweumgi
Bank, is a stockholder and secrptnrv
of the Hall-Pollock Co., and that H. J.
McClung, president of the Phoenix
National Bank, is treasurer, is fur
ther proof that the personnel of the
Hall-Pollock Co. is of the highest or
der and is further assurance that the
name of Hall-Pollock Co., will signify
honest and up-to-date business. The
The county board of supervisors
met in regular session last Monday,
transacted an amount of routine busi
ness and since then have been sitting
as an equalization board, passing' on
the county tax roll as compiled bv
County Tax Assessor Dunn and his
able assistants. They have not quite
finished the latter work.
The board approved two new ap
pointments: Howard Curtis of Wil
liams as deputy sheriff, and William.
Beeson as Fair Commissioner for Co
The board signed the agreement of
the county attorneys of Coconino,
Pima and Maricopa counties for the
compensation of C. B. Wilson for
services in the matter of the validated'
bonds, and signed the agreement fo"
this county. '
The clerk of the board was asked"
to lay before Senator Ashurst ani
Representative Haydon the matter of
expenses incurred by the county dur
ing the influenza epidemic in aiding
the Western Navajo agency. It seems
that the county has been unable to
uuuuui reiuna rom me department
of the Interior for this expense.
The report of the county treasurer
showed receipts of $122,940.18 for the
month of May; and disbursements of
$31,568.24. leaving a balance on hand
At a called meeting of the board
on June 16th' they will appoint a con
stable at Williams to take the place
left vacant by the death- of Victor
The county moves today a pang of
road men to what is called the Verde
cut-off, a strip of road connecting
the Lake Mary- road with the Verde
road. George Hulsey's gang is now
moving irom iead Man's Flat to
Cedar Wash Hill. It is hoped tfcn
the government work on the Oak
Creek cut-off will start during next
torment was in the city cemetery.
The Flagstaff band, under Mr. Ber
geron, is making rapid progress to
ward, getting into shaoe. Every Mon
day and Thursday they meet in Mai
lar hall and spend several hours in
practice. About fifteen musicians are
on hand and quite a lot of real talent
has been shown. The boys are very
much pleased with Mr. Bergeron as
leader. Mo date for their first public
appearance has been set, but it will
be in a few days,
Word comes from Dr. O. S. Baum,
pastor of the Federated church, that
he is improving nicely and expects
to get home about the first Sunday
in July. Dr. Baum suffered a break
down some weeks ago and since then
has been in Los Angeles recuperating.
vprv trrirtA ovunf fn 9U. v.t1n ...i.11.
is rocky, and a stretch of a half mile,
ust this side of the dwellings, which
is very bad.
Billy Liesen, a young man making
Flagstaff his headquarters for some
time, left this week for Honolulu to
make( his home theie. Liesen was
bom ,in Germany but at an early age,
displeased with certain phases of life
there, ran away and made his way to
Town Councilman R. E. Taylpr has
resigned fiom the council. His action
was made necessary by increased per
sonal affairs, and the fact that Iip
had recently moved to his ranch just
outside the city, making it inconven
ient to always be on hand and pffi-
cientlv Innlr nffpr thn nlr Vtnetmaea i
The council swore in his place Woeber lre
Smith, of the First National Bank,
who is alieady sitting in the council
M. I. Powers, of the Citizens Banl-
is in California representing the Ari
zona .Bankers' Association at the con
vention of California bankers, held at
Catalina Islands, June 5, 6, and 7. Mr.
Powers is expected back about the"
10th or 11th. r
GEO. SEE RETURNS
FROM A. E. F. SERVICE
George See cot home Sundnv nffor
a period in France, where he went
along with several other young men
from the United States tn inrh tVin
Middle Europeans proper manners.
He was gone about a vear and hrniicnfr
back with him a new model of French
pistol, a beauty, along with other in
esting relics. George was a member
of the stretcher bearers.
See's plans are not laid for the fu-
Before leaving Flagstaff he
Garland Tillman and Ray Curtis, of
the White Garage, made a flving trip
to Oak Creek last Sunday, called there
by an automobllist who had broken
the frame of his .car. They made the
round trip, fixed the car, and enjoyed
a splendiferous trout supper in only a
Next Sunday is Children's Day, and
the 'morning service at the Federated
Church will be turned over to the chil
dren, the program given by- them and
in their interest. The public is cor-
uiuiiy uiviieu to me service.
drove the fire track for the city.
Next Sunday, June 8, being Whit
sunday, the regular morning service
at 11 o'clock at the Church of the
Epiphanv will be especially devoted to
the great theme of the day. Rev.
Moore will preach on "The Motive
Power of the Holy Spirit" A gener
ous welcome is extended to all the
citizens of Flagstaff and to all.visitors
in town to join us in this service.
CARD OF THANKS
Jack Fuss has finished his work at
the Fort Valley experiment station,
and is now in Flagstaff, working on
the boys' dormitory at the Normal
We desire to acknowledge with dppn
gratitude the many acts of kindness,
and expressions of sympathy through
flowers, on the part of friends during
the illness and death of our mother.
MISS LENA LANEY.
MRS. O. F. THOMPSON.
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