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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
WEATHER TODAY,
FAIR
SECTION THREE
12 PAGES
TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR
PHOENIX, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNiXO. MARCH !.". 1914
VOL. XNIV. NO. 301
LODGE LORE
Ladies of the Maccabees
The regular review of Maricopa Hive
Xo. 4, Ladies of the Maccabees of the
World, was held at Union Hall, March
12-14 with good attendance, May
Meitzler in the chair, beside the regu
lar business, several new names were
brought in.
Of visiting members
Everyone is antlci
time m the 26th Of
.Minnie W. Aydolette,
commander, will be
at which time there will be
initiation, also the second
given. The captain and
are devoting considerable
drills and floor work. At
of the meeting a social
state
A number
v ere present,
rating a good
March, when
deputy'
y. ith ns,
a class
electee
guards
time to
the dusi
hour was spent.
Pocahontas and Red Men
The council of the evening was so
taken up with business of import
ance, ami the sampling of so many
good things, with which the com
mittee had fully provided to satisfy
the appetites of those present, that
there was very little time left in
which to travel the historical trails
of the tribe. We weie, therefore,
satisfied to only briefly study the
li af, ami drftw the comparison of
Thackeray's poem of 'Pocahontas.'
With the actual incident as recorded
in history, which bears out the opin
ion of the chiefs of these leafs that
poets must have a very vivid imag
ination to produce from such a source
po beautiful a sentiment. The poem
is well known to all school children,
but the actual facts upon which it
i:-. founded, licit so generally known,
is an epoch in the early settlement
of the state of Virginia by English
colonists, who at this particular time
weie under the leadership of Captain
John Smtih, whose dealings with the
Indians was on a. commercial basis,
and who upon this occasion had
penetrated several miles further up
the Cbicahominy river than usual,
and was captured by a hand of In
dians under Chief Opechancanough,
a brother of l'owhattan, the great
chief of the province. The rank of
Captain Smith was- recognized, and
he was conducted through the many
Indian towns to a personal interview
v ith Chief Powhattan.
Captain Smith had no difficulty in
convincing him of the peaceful pur
pose of his mission, and after a few
days was escorted to the colony,
loaded down with provisions. During
Lis stay with the Indians, Pocahon
tas, the twelve-year-old daughter of
l'owhattan. was greatly interested in
the white captive, and several years
later was instrumental in saving his
life.
Somewhere about this time the re
lations between the whites and In
dians becoming strained, resulting in
iaids into each other's territory, in
one of which Pocahontas was taken
captive by the colonists, and held as
hostage for some white captives held
by the Indians, and during this cap
tivity was converted to Christianity,
end married to John Rnlfe. an Kng
lishma n.
Such is the history upon which is
based the beautiful poem by Thack
eray, and to the rendering of which
we are indebted for the name of our
beloved order, hence our pale-face
friends will understand why we Red
Men revere the name of Charles
Thackeray, and doubly so the name
O Pocahontas, who was the very
first Indian to accept the Christian
faith.
Wo wi re pleased to have with us,
alter so long an absence. Pro. Ross,
whose short talk under good of the
order, left no doubt in our minds
that he fully realized that the task
high ideals of the
s to call into play
but worthy of the
orating committee promise to honor
the occasion by flying the well
known colors of the day, and a lot
of ribbons in green type have been
printed, and will lie distributed to
the public. A program of the latest
a nil most popular dances lias been
arranged, including the hesitation
waltz, but this does not mean that
there will be any hesitating in exe
cuting the program of the evening.
Everybody is requested to wear tin
green if not, why not'.'
Correspondent.
of living up to th
c rder was such a
our best energies.
effort.
Sister navies. 118 South Sixth
avenue, and Sister Young, HQ Fast
Taylor, were reported sick.
Mrs. Struckmever, Mrs. Cruea and i
chief Frank .Miller were adopted into
the mysteries of the order, and the
responses under the good of the
order brought out the fact that they
are of the right caliber.
Ci'Ol'rro Phehv.
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Fraternal Brotherhood
A St. Patrick's ball will be given
b the escort team of the Fraternal
Brotherhood lodge, Maricopa No. 43.
on the evening of Alarch the 17th. at
Patrick's hall. .Music will be fur
nished by the Fraternal Brotherhood
orchestra augmented.
A word to the wise is sufficient.
Those who have attended previous
dances given by this society need
not In- reminded more than once t.
assure their presence.
Arrangements for this ball have
been in the bands of the committee
for some time, ami it promises to
excel all previous affairs. The dec-
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Royal Neighbors
A very busy session of the Royal
Neighbors of America was held on
Wednesday evening and three bene
ficiary and seven social applications
were received anil referred to the
investigating committee. The dis
pensation is still open, so anyone
wishing to come in will receive th"
desired information by calling Phone
2G89 and conferring with the re
corder, who will he glad to hand
your cards in.
This Is a social and beneficial or
der. The rate of assessment is as
follows: Between the ages of 17 and
23, the assessment is 44) cents per
month; J4 to SO years, 54 cents:
,11 to 36 years, 55 cents: :!7 to 41
years, ijr, cents; A'l to IS years, 7.'.
cents per month: so with local camp
dues at $:: per year, makes the as
sessment very cheap, and the R. N.
A. is I he third largest insurance or
der in the world.
A Modern Woodman can also carry
a policy in the R. N. A. in any
.mount from $r,n to 12,000.
The officers ami members are
asked to meet Monday afternoon at
2 o'clock for practice for the initia
tion Wednesday evening. Visiting
members are cordially invited to
meet with us
Anyone wishing to go in with the
class Wednesday evening can do so
i their card is presented, recom
mended by two camp members.
Ice cream and cake will be served,
end a special invitation is extended
to the M. W. a' to be with us after
h dge. to partake of cream and cake
and meet our new candidates. I '
Recorder.
Oddfellows
The entertainment given under the
auspices of the Phoenix Lodge- No. 2.
I. O. O. p., last Thursday evening, at
Oddfellows' temple, the biblical
drama, of 'David, Jonathan and
Saul," rendered alone and unaided by
that great actor, Frederick ri. Wil
son, was a grand success. He did
thai which no other man in the
world is doing he impersonated nine
different characters in nine different
voices and with nine distinct and
eparate manner &mfi.
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M. J. B. is a coffee you will always like because
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If green coffee is roasted before it becomes
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Free Exhibition of Paintings
DESERT AND INDIAN SUBJECTS
By Kate T. Cory
On Monday and Tuesday, March Kith and 17th, at
Hotel Adams, day and evening. The public is cor
dially invited.
SPRING SUITS
Buy your Spring togs now . Have them ready for the
first Spring days. Put Them on and wear them, for
now is the time. There is no advantage either in style
or in price in waiting. Our complete new stock offers
yon a large selection and you w ill he well pleased with
the style and value of our suits selling for the one
price fit $12.50. No more and no less.
NO MORE fef NO MORE
pmmum
no less
NO LESS
You will need, before long, two or three pair of
trousers, and in advance we let you know that our
splendid line of Marx-made trousers sell for one price
of $3.00, and they are the only line of trousers carry
ing the special feature of the Wunder Waist Band.
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By closing the
uditor would imagine thai
nine people were rendering the work.
The musical program was a treat,
anil a most intelligent audience wit
nessed the performance. Bro. Wilson
will leave the first part of the week
for Eastern Ari.i na, ivhere he is
booked at Tombstone lodge, Bisboe
and Douglas, after which he leaves
for Las Angeles, where he expects
t help celebrate the ninety-fifth an
niversary of the order with the
American lodge, one of the, largest in
that city.
Much credit is due the committee
on arrangements, who have worked
bard in order to make the enter
tainment a success specially Bro. X.
A. Morford. the secretary, who ha;;
j t'or so many long years performed
faithfully his duties to this lodge.
This should inspire, others to follow
bis example.
The first degree was exemplified
upon the waiting candidate at the
last session in a most Creditable
manner. Bro. F. H. Wilson took a
leading part in the degree team. The
second is scheduled for the next
meeting night.
l'hoenix lodge is very grateful
towards Bro. C. R. Kyther, pas',
grand, for the interest he has shown
in our lodge while sojourning among
us. Hro. Byther is a past district
deputy grandmaster of Roberts,
Idaho, and a true Oddfellow every
inch of it. "I,ot's have more of these
boosters in Arizona."
The following visitors were intro
duced to the lodge: S. J. Gunjt, of
Tombstone lodge, Arizona; Leo
Kronskop, of I.oveland lodge, Colo
rado: i). S. Perry, of Long Beach
I lodge, California; A. P. Harris, of
I Pittsburg lodge, Texas; E. 11. Silsby.
of Oakland lodge, California.
! Bro. Arthur Pikles, of Clifton
Heights lodee No. !1K0. nf Clifton
Heights, Pennsylvania. is reported
getting along nicely at the St. Luke's
Home.
All members of Floral encampment
should take notice that we meet
every second and fourth Saturdays
in the month. Visiting patriarchs
are always welcome.
The lodge is the order's highway
to the hearts and confidence of the
membership, There is need for more
intelligent understanding of our so
ciety at large, for a better enmpro-
i.ension oi the wide plans, and its
substantial foundations, for a more
business-like administration of local
affairs, and for the enlargement of
the order's lines as a conserver
fireside interests.
Fraternalism presents a bond of
.-.empathy and interest that is potent
and substantial. Its lines of com
munication are direct from the home
of tlie unfortunate to the treasurer's
office, and its material blessings are
available when other incomes are
cut off. C. R. B.
Modern Woodmen
The Modern Woodmen of America
held their regular meeting on last
Wednesday evening, and several new
applicants were voted upon and
elected. These candidates will be
1 adopted on the evening of March 26.
The team should all turn out and
give these gentlemen all the degrees
on that night.
Next Wednesday evening, March
!8th, there will be social entertain
ment and initiation of candidates into
the Royal Neighbors. The Modern
Woodmen have turned over to the
sister lodge their club rooms for that
night. There will be 'a short business
meeting of the M. W. A. at 7:45, be
fore the Royal Neighbors begin.
"Vctmen CtcIp
Phoenix Grove No. 1. W lmen
Circle, met in regular session Mon
day evening. March Hit, at whieh
time a committee was appoint, 1 to
make arrangements for the annual
bitll to be given the first Monday
after Easter, April Kith, in Patrick's
hall. The proceeds from these balls
is placed in an emergency fund,
which is used for charitable pur
poses. The monument committee reported
hat they hail been notified by the
contractor thai the monument pur
chased for i lie. grave of our late
sovereign. Sarah O. Wohl.-r. was
ready to be erected. The ritualistic
unveiling ceremony will have p. he
dispensed with in this instance, ow
ing to the fact that the interment
was made in Los Angeles, and th"
Woodmen fraternities there are under
Hie Pacific jurisdiction; while we are
allied with the eastern.
A dispensation was received, grant
ing a reduction in the regular initia
tion feet to $1.0c. The regular med
ical examination fee 'is $i'.00, so tie
total entrance fee is now :i.(Mi. Those
contemplating uniting with the order
should take advantage of this oppor
tunity at once, as the dispensation
expires May 31st. Secretary.
he better men and much more fully
deserve the appellation. A True and
Loyal Moose." If an
fail to be on hand
j night, he is just so sure
I miss the- time of his sw
life. The Center Street bunch is go
I ing to show No. 70S what they can
do in the- line of entertaining and re-
brother should
next Tuesday
going to
eet young
freshmen ts.
them over, i
to you if yo
among them
of Store de
i the popular
they
Hen
ml 1 11 take
i can find
The Hon
Luxe fame-
are: look
my hat off
weak sister
John Hyder
Vic Baiiny,
ncer Street merchant.
whom it is a pleasure indeed tee meet
face to face: Frank C. Connelly, Ota
only original Center Street artist
everybody knows him and everybody
calls him friend. Come early and
ae,icl the rush.
c n March 26 can local will be
highly honored, for on that date we
, They will report at our next meet
I ing. Come up and hear what they
j have to offer. Brother Ones comes
I to us princ ipally in the interest of
i the Moose tubercular sanitarium, so
soon to become an actual realization.
' No. 7"S is endeavoring with might
and main to bring this institution to
i Phoenix and the- Salt River Valley.
basing our desires on this wondrous-
ly glorious climate of ours, as well as
the- abundance of absolute-ly pure es
sentials nee'essary in the- treatment eif.
this terrible disease. He will tell
us all about the wonderful growth
and progress being made by the or-,
der throughout the world, as well as
give complete and el. -tailed informa
tion concerning our new Vocational
and industrial school which is es
tablished at Moosehenrt, 111. Brother
a letter from our old friend and
brother. E. J. Ashley, who is at pres
ent an attache of the Unitejd States
senate-. Brtither Ashley especially de
sires to be remembered to the boys
of No. 7cS. He reports himself as
being O. K., fine and dandy. For
your eiwn best interests, as well as
those of your local, I am going to
ask that encii and every one of you
make an especial effort to be pre-c-c-nt
on next Tuesday night.
W. R. VAN TYNE.
Knights of Pythias
Friday . night marked another
espoch in the history of Phoenix Lodge
Nc
We had the pleasure of being
'are going to have with us tile Hon
William Trickett Oile, Supreme Sex--. treat in
jretary of the Loyal order of Moose
Plans for bis entertainment are now
being formulated by the- committee
I having this especially in its charge.
Giles is commonly known as the silver-tongued
orator from Baltimore,
and 1 am sure that we have a rare
store for us. Beside the
promised entertainment for next
Tuesday, we have' several candidates
for initiation enough said During
the iast week I had i he ple-asure of
host to our distinguished supremo
Keeper of records and seal. Brother
Fred S. Wheaton.
In anticipation of his visit we had
prepared a class of twenty-four page s
that Borther Wheaton might ad
minister to them the obligation of
this rank, using the original "Rath
borne Bible." What an honor for
(Continued on Page Two)
Loyal Order of Moose
Every member of No. 70S has one
grand good reason for being proud
of his membership. Those of you
who were there last Tuesday night
will understand my meaning. To
those who were not there, I would
advise their attendance more regu
larly in the future. Our meetings
of late have been exceptionally fin.-,
something doing every minute. If
one is of a serious turn of mind, lie
will find a great plenty to keep him
busy, and if it is real pleasure he Is
looking for, there is also enough and
to spare of that. The attendance is
pleasing, indeed, and. best of all, it
will be even better in the future if
the weekly addition to our member
ship roll can be taken as any cri
terion. The home committee is de-
e-rviio-- i f urn- ui nr-urAal h. .-.-
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it is working hard and faithfully to
Wttd our best interests, and unless
I am very much mistaken you and I
will soon lie enjoying the results of
the committee's efforts. Lend the
committee every possible assistance,
boys, and I assure you that you will
ne'ver regret your actions, and Phoe
nix No. 70S will Indeed owe it a debt
of gratitude- extremely hard to pay.
There were several on hand to take
the work, and right here I want to
express myself: I believe that part
at least of our ritual covering the
initiation is without a peer in any
fraternal organization. Every time I
have the pleasure of hearing it. it
becomes more sublimely beautiful to
me. and my one- and only wish in
this respect is that we may, one and
all. study it very carefully, for if we
will but do this, I am sure we will
This is a photograph of a home just completed in Kenilworth.
We will sell you this beautiful place for $5000, $2000 down, bal
ance as you like it. This is a home that cannot be thoroughly
appreciated until you have seen it. We will be glad to show you
the place.
Southwestern Building and
Investment Company
17 West Adams Street H

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