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vi WEATHER TODAY SECTION TW0 02 PAGES : FAIR .M ' V h , A. I Y - h I n I II Y f i A rs. i TT-iTmTT I . I I IfUTT TTT1 1 -f-h PHOENIX, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1914 iVOL. XXV. NO. 27, mm I All news for this department I must be at The Republican office i Thursday evening. All items must be signed. j SOCIETY EDITOR j While town has become depopu lated within the last few weeks many fashionable folk remain and anticipate remaining througnout the summer. It is no longer necessary to seek change and relaxation away from home. There are innumerable attractive amusements in Phoenix and in chronicling the events of the smart set dinners, picnic suppers and swimming parties at Riverside park occur with a frequency that leaves no doubt as to the popularity of the nearby pleasure grounds. Al together delightful from every view point, it is not surprising that it is a favorite rendezvous. In addition to its artistic beauty, the park's per fect management has received soci ety's stamp of approval. Everyone is certain of enjoyment. Swimming, dancing and motion pictures, the original features are now but a few of the many offerings at this in teresting resort. Auction that had been regretfully given up for the year, has been revived, and down by the river the card clubs are meet ing quite as often as when the sea son was in full swing. To accom modate the players a card room is shortly to be erected, and afternoons and evenings will find society occu pied with this fascinating game. Usually it will precede or follow a picnic supper. A jolly one of Friday evening had as its members Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Dorris, Mr. and Mrs. 5us .Noll. Mrs. A. L. Crandall, Mrs. Asa B. Kennan, Miss Ruth Ainsworth, Miss Selma Goldberg. Miss Reraa Dorris, Miss Kate Wilson, Miss Katherine Kennan, Miss Harriet Hurley , Miss Jean Ripley, Miss Mabel Hocker, Miss Marion Dorris, tester Byron, Arthur Haltin, Dan Tatch, Frank Lang, Irving de R. Miller, William Fici:as, Leon Tolle son, John Rinker Kibbey, M. H. Mc Clellan, Ernest Bennett and Harry Hurley. i Cards are out for the wedding of Miss Gertrude Maud Shapley, daugh of .Mr. and Mrs. James shapley, to U Hon. John Waddy Buchanan, which will take place Wednesday evening, June 24. at the First Pres byterian church in Houston, Texas. They will make their home in Tuc- P. S. This is HIGHLAND LINEN, isn't it lovely? I'm going to give a party next week just to use it. Sincerely, HELEN. SHE DID, AND EVERY GUEST complimented her on her choice. The shapes and shades of this paper meet ev ery social requirement. Yet its cost is low, in addition to Highland Linen we carry a full line of writing requisites. MILLER -STERLING CO., "Where Quality Counts" 42 N. Central Phoenix, Ariz, Store Your You are taking- a bij; risk in leaving your silverware and other valuables in your home while away this summer. We have a specially constructed vault for packages, boxes and trunks, in which Ave lent space for 2."c per month, up. You cannot afford to take any chances for this small sum. The Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Go. son. Mjss Shapley is said to be an unusually attractive girl and a great social favorite in the south. Mr. Buchanan is one of the best known men in the state. He is a member of the house of representa tives of the first state legislature, and during his residence here as representative from Pima county made an host of friends in society and clubdom. He is exceedingly popular with all who know him. Ho is associated with the Arizona East ern headquarters in Tucson and be longs to a number of exclusive clubs and lodges. A picnic supper and swimming party at the Willows was one of the particularly enjoyable events of Tuesday. There were present Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lutgerding. -Mr. and Mrs. Webb Griffen, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Bennett, Mrs. W. J. Doyle of Davenport, Walter Cherry, Roland Farsons and Robert MacElair. Irving de R. Miller was a dinner i host Sunday evening at his country place on North Seventh avenue. His guests were Miss Rema Dorris, Miss Kate Wilson. Miss Jean Ripley, Miss Harriet Hurley, Miss Marion Dorris, Lester Byron, John Rinker Kibbey, Arthur Haltin, Theodore Paul and Fred Long. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Craig were the dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Stevenson of 719 East McDowell boulevard. Miss Bessie Ensign of 1228 North Second street entertained informally j at tea Wednesday afternoon Mrs. W illiam Bertram, Mrs. Herbert L. Stevenson, Miss Kay De Mund, Miss Mabel Hocker, Miss Ellen Carpenter, Miss Katherine Kennan and Miss Audrey Lawrence. . , Miss Martha Garnett and Miss Ann Garnett of 619 North Second avenue, who are giving a series of luncheons, entertained with two charming affairs last week, both on Wednesday and Friday. Roses we'e used in decoration and the pink and red combination formed espe cially pretty centerpieces for each small table. The place cards were artistically hand-painted affairs. Auction and hearts were played. The guests at the initial affair were Mrs. Joseph Sherburne Jenckes, Mrs. Wil liam Bertram, Mrs. Pliny A. Thar aldson, Mrs. Arthur Luhrs, Mrs. J. F. Alkire, Mrs. Harry Galliver, Mrs W. R. Battin, Mrs. H. J. Lee, M"s. Milton Munger, Mrs. Gus Noll, Miss Mabel Gregg, Miss Ella Luhrs, Miss Ruth Ainsworth, Miss Jane Gregg, Miss Abbie Pickrell, Miss Eleanor Sloan, Miss Fay De Mund, Miss Elsie' Munger, Miss Edna Gregg, Miss Mabel Hocker and Miss Emma Luhrs. At the function later in the week ! the guest list included Mrs. E. T. j rollings, Mrs. A. W. Morrill, M"s. ! A. L. Moore, Mrs. George Christy, I Mrs. Charles Walters, Mrs. Rudolf ! Kuchler, Mrs. Earl Curtis, Mrs. Ag I nes Murphy, Mrs. Me'ritt Drane, I.Mrs. C. H. Robinson, Mrs. L. H. i Firth, Mrs. R. E. Trantum. Miss ' Caroline Christy, Miss Myrtle Butler, Miss Henrietta Dawson, Miss Ora j Orme, Miss Irene Noyes, Miss Berde Butler. Miss Ida McDaniel, Miss Sara i Whitfield. Miss Helen Armstrong, Miss Ted McDaniel, Miss Sue Leon jard, Miss Mae Hurley, Miss Alta j Holmes. Miss Ethel Orth. Miss Ris jsie Humphrey and Miss Lillian Ny I berg j The south side continues to at- tract motorists. In a supper parly ' on the desert Tuesday evening wero Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kingsbury, Mr. land Mrs. Paul Edwin Fuller, Mr. and j Mrs. Sidney J. Ross, Charles Cope, Dan Patch, Frank Lang. William I Coleman Rogers, Stanwood Murphy I and Stephen Goodman. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wayland, Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Baum, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hurst, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baum, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hurst, Mr. and Mrs. David F. Johnson and Miss Feme John sen formed a picnic party at River side Park. Valuables Warren Parker returned yesterday from Southern California, where he has been attending college and will pass his five weeks' vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parker of 2400 West Adams street. Miss Ellen Carpenter, the charm ing daughter of Judge and Mrs. Lewis T. Carpenter, was the honored guest at a prettily appointed affair given by Miss Elma Tolleson Thurs day evening at her home on West Latham street American Beauty roses were used effectively in decor ation and jolly games were features of the evening. Asked to meet Miss Carpenter, were the following mem bers of the junior set: Miss Mary Josephine Collings, Miss Ruth Gold berg, Miss Helen Hardin, Miss Eleanor Hulett, Miss Helen O'Mal ley, Miss Ethel McDermott, Miss Helen Plath, Miss Norma Reed, Miss Gladys Kelly, Miss Ruth Bene dict, Miss Adeline Plath, Lester De Mund, Burtis Dorris, George Luhrs, Corbin Davidson, Harold Goldberg, Walter Martin, Chester Goldberg, Neal Cook, John Newcomer, Garnett McCaleb, Harry Slocum, Byron Showers and Lloyd Jones Miss Eva Behn of Portland place left Wednesday for Berkeley. Dur ing her two months' absence she will take a course at the University of California. Her brother, H. K. Behn, Jr., is in Flagstaff, a student at the Northern Arizona Normal school. Mrs. F M. Arnett of STO North First avenue will leave Monday for a month's stay in New York and Boston. She will visit her former home in Virginia before her return in October. She will be accompanied by her grandson, Roger L. Brogan. Lieutenant and Mrs. Harlow Kays and little Miss Dorothea Kays will arrive early in the week from the island of Guam. They will pass a short time in town, the guests of the Emory Kays of North Sixth street, and later accompany them north for a month in Iron Springs. In July they will visit in Kansas with Lieutenant Kays' sister, Mrs. Ernest Miller. Mrs. Sims Ely of 1404 North First street left Wednesday for Mayer, where she will be the guest of Mrs. James Bark for a fortnight Mrs. Lamar Cobb of Eighteentn avenue left Friday for Prescott, where she will pass the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smurthwaite returned to town Wednesday after a week's absence at Cave Creek. Mrs! E. A. Spaulding was an ar rival of Wednes-day from California. She will be in town a fortnight, the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Warren. Mrs. J. o. Dunbar of 21D0 West Adams street left last evening fo. Los Angeles, where she will pass a month with her daughter, Mrs. Mark L. Dunbar. Young Mrs. Dunbar is to be in Southern California a few weeks, en route for Springfield, 111., where she will visit relatives during the remainder of the summer. She wintered in Sacramento and was greatly missed by her Phoenix friends. The I. J. Johnsons of North First avenue contemplate passing most of the summer in and about Phoenix. They will motor through the state and make this their headquarters, being in town for occasional week ends. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Talbot of North Fourth avenue will leave on Thursday for Iron Springs, where they will summer. Mrs. N. G. Squier and Mrs. W. C. Barnes will accompany them and be their guest for the season. Mrs. Julius Wetzler of Los Angeles will pass Tuesday in town, the -guest of her sister, Mrs. David Goldberg. Mrs. Wetzler will pass the early summer in New York, going later to Europe for a six months' absence. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Noll of 810 North First avenue will leave the latter part of the month for a motor tour of California. Mrs. George Lutgerding of West Willetta street and her brother, Walter Cherry of Cedar Rapids, who has been her guest since spring, are passing the week-end at the Grand Canyon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Drachman re turned to Tucson Thursday, after a week's delightful stay in town. Sev eral informal affairs were given in compliment to the visitors to make their stay pleasurable. Mrs. Henry George and little Miss Helen Eddy George left Monday for San Diego, where they will pass the summer season with Mr. and Mrs H. B. Eddy. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Melczer, Mrs. Aaron Goldberg, Miss iSelma Goldberg and Chester Goldberg will leave early in July for Xs Angeles. They have planned an interesting summer, a motor tour through Cali fornia and a fortnight at Lake Tahoe being included in their ar rangements. They will take a cot tage at Ocean Park in August and remain at the seaside until late in the autumn. Miss Myrtle Butler and Miss Berde Butler of North Central avenue left Thursday evening for El Paso, where they will pass a few weeks en route for their home in Culpepper, Virginia. The charming southern girls were greatly liked by the smart set and their return in October will be pleasurably anticipated. Mrs. Roy E. Thomas of 220 East Moreland street left Monday for the summer's stay in Pomona. William Coleman Rogers has re turned from a month's absence in New York. Mrs. Vernon Cook of North Third street and her mother, Mrs. J. R. Sims, who was her guest last winter, left last week for Racine. They will be in Wisconsin until September. Warren McArthur has returned from a few weeks' absence in Chi cago. Society was well represented at the San Marcos Tuesday evening, several dinners preceding the formal opening of the roof garden. Among those who motored to Chandler from town were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Perry De Mund, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Pascoe, Miss Ruby Pascoe, Miss Fay De Mund, Miss Eva Behn, Arthur Price, Charles De Mund and Russell Peabody. Mrs. A. C. Baker gave a charm ingly appointed luncheon Thursday at her North First avenue residence. Roses artistically arranged formed the attractive centerpiece. Auction was played in the afternoon. Mrs. Aaron Goldberg and Mrs. Joseph Melczer making the highest scores. Those who enjoyed Mrs. Baker's de lightful hospitality were Mrs. Leo Goldman, Mrs. J. E. Rowlands, Mrs. Simon Oberfelder, Mrs. Aaron Gold berg, Mrs. Joseph T. Melczer, Mrs. Eairy Goltlwater, Mrs. David Gold berg and Miss Rose Bell Goldman. Among those who motored to Riverside park Monday evening were Mr. and Mrs. William Bertram, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cunningham, Miss Fay De Mund, Miss Lucy Nelson, Miss Ella Luhrs, Miss Emma Luhrs, Miss Eva Behn, Arthur Taylor. Charles De Mund, Waldo Twite-hell, Leslie Duke, George- Luhrs and Wal ter Hess. Mrs. Will Coffin of North Fifth avenue gave a charming childrne's party Thursday afternoon in honor of her little daughter. Miss Katherine Coffin. Jolly games were played, the hostess being assisted in enter taining the young folk by Miss Ber nice Warren Eggleston and Miss Frances Elliott. There were present Miss Ruth Johnson, Miss Grace Johnson, Miss Frances Sharp, Miss Janice .Manning, Miss Wiima Man ning, Miss Joella Coffin, Miss Doro thy Coffin, Miss Syble Coffin and Miss Lola Burt. The members of the D. T. club comprised a party at Riverside park Thursday evening. They included Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gibbons Hu lett, Mr. and Mrs. James S. Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Collings, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Goldsworthy and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Earl Nash. Miss . Lillian Griffin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Griffin of 321 North Second street and Charles Walter Gardiner, whose engagement was announced recently, have set CLUB Mrs. George Protzman has con tributed to The Republican's club department with a particularly clever article on "Famous Women of Other Nations." Mrs. Protzman is a member of the Glendale Woman's club and serves on the libary com mittee of the literature department. She is a graduate of the University of Nebraska, and specialized in a library course and has always been keenly interested in the work, which she carried on successfully in Colorado before coming to Arizona She has made a study of famous women, and in her paper this morn ing she sets forth in a fascinating style reliable material she has gath ered, combined with the personal touch gained by keen understanding and appreciation. It follows: "FAMOUS WOMEN OF OTHER NATIONS" (By MRS. GEORGE PROTZMAN) - The subject is so broad that I shall give a sketch of a few representa tive women of modern times, rather than attempt even an outline of the famous women of earlier periods. A woman who is of great interest at present both in the home and in educational circles is Dr. Montessori. Her theories are being so widely discussed that you are all probably familiar with them and would pre fer to hear something of the woman herself. Dr. Montessori is a brilliant wom an of middle age. Her face shows strength of character, earnestness and poise. She was the first woman to graduate from a school of medi cine in Rome, after which she was elected director of an institute for the feeble-minded. Being original and thoroughly trained, she devel oped new methods. Later she applied these methods in teaching young children and the result has aroused interes in many July 29 as the date of their wedding. Several delightful affairs have been given in compliment to the attract ive bride-elect. One of the most enjoyable was the informal tea on Wednesday afternoon, over which i Miss Ruth Griffin presided. The ' guest list inculded Mrs. Herbert Burr Atha, Jr., Mrs. Herbert L. Stevenson, Mrs. O. G. Flemister, Miss Henrietta Olney. Miss Jessie Higley, Miss Ethel McDermott, Miss Aileen Ganz, Miss Elma Tolleson, Miss Elizabeth Jones, Miss Ruby Pascoe. Miss Mary McDermott, Miss Erile Dameron, Miss Esther Wright. Miss Ethel Stabler, Miss Helen Clark, Miss Nellie Teasdale, Miss Helen Haldiman, Miss Bessie En- i sign. Miss Zella Haltcrman, Miss ' Carmelita Ward, Miss Virginia Lock- ctt and Miss Nettie Lockett. . . , An hunting party on the south I side was an event of last Sunday, i Mr. and Mrs. Foster H. Rockwell, Mr. and Mrs. Royal Lescher, Mr. and Mrs. Perit Coit Myers, Jr. and Rob ert Beardsley. Mrs. J. F. Alkire entertained the Auction club on Monday. Hereafter the club will meet in the mornings. Mr,p. F. B. Baptist of 509 North Sixth street gave a series of de lightful functions last week, com plimentary to Mrs. J. W. Saunders of Prescott, who is her guest for a month. On Monday Mrs. Baptist j entertained Mrs. Clara Battin, Mrs. I H. H. Shirley. Mrs. K. B. Hellworth. I Mrs. Harris Button, Mrs. T, E. Tuck- j er, Miss Tucker, Miss Mary Battin. j Miss Helen Anderson and Miss j Delia Button, and on the following ; day the guest list included Mrs. E. j W. Baum, Mrs. H. J. McClung. Mrs. ! A. K. Stacy, Mrs. J. B. Gillespie, ' Mrs. Herbert Parsons, Mrs. Sidney Stewart, Mis. Emory Kays, Mrs. David F. Johnson, Mrs. E. A. Thomas, Mrs. S. O. Wilson, Mrs. A. W. Flickinger, Mrs. William C. Gillespie. Mrs. Alfred Franklin and Miss Mildred Stacy. ft In a swimming party at Riverside park Monday afternoon were Mrs. A. L. Crandall, Mrs. Joe Green, Mrs. Joseph T. Melczer, Miss Rema Dor ris, Miss Ellen Conway, Miss Selmu Goldberg, Miss Harriet Hurley, Miss Marion Dorris, Miss Mae Hurley and Miss Jean Ripley. ft The Egdirb club closed its sea ton Monday, when the last meeting was held with Mrs. E. J. Bennitt of North Central avenue. The prizes for the year were awarded Mrs. Barry Goldwater. Mrs. David Gold berg and Mrs. W. K. James, who made the highest auction scores. Mrs. T. K. Elvey and her grand daughter, Miss Mary Janice Hulett, I will leave tonight a week for Cali j fornia. I j Miss Georgia Mintz will return home June 21 for a month's stay. LJV... ..-ill ....ntiniio har ctll.lil.C cat Cumnock school, Los Angeles, in August. C ft ft M. and Mrs. Arthur Gibbons Hu lett of West Jefferson street plan to open their cottage at Iron Springs the latter part of the month. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Redewiil and .Miss Elizabeth Redewiil Of 1609 West Washington street left Friday for California. They will motor through Yosemite and other points of interest in the state before their return in the autumn. I I Mrs. Victor E. llanny of 1032 I North Third street .left recently for I i Santa Monica, where she will sum-j mer. NOTES countries. One who has made a careful study of her work, says: "The truth, which is the foundation of her theory, has always existed. It is its scientific application which has made it the most valuable con tribution of the past half century to the cause of primary education." Dr. Montessori took charge of the Your choice of any trimmed Pattern hat at the ridiculously low price of $3.75. Some of these hats formerly sold for twenty dollars and over. They are all this year's styles. Come early and get yours. Mrs. J. C. Mulgrave. .VACATION NEEDS- Stylish Clothin Next to your ability comes your appear ance. Our suits make you look smart. McDOUGAIL and CASSOU The New Way Men's Shop Men, Young Men and "Women AVho Shop for Men tenement schools for small children. She has had the most remarkable success. Her school rooms are fairy land to the children. where she demonstrates the fact that no hu man being can be educated by an other. The children iearn to read and write as naturally as the flowers un fold. They learn to do well tasks for tired and overworked mothers, where before they knew only mis chief and harm. Unfortunately, many teachers, af ter attending a few lectures, hope to accomplish results which the famous doctor reached only after years of concentration and scientific study. Their work is superficial and even harmful. Josephine Daskam Bacon has hu morously given us nn example of the method unwisely applied in a clever short story called "The Flow ering of Felicia," published in the March Home Journal. Dr. Montessori's care of the bodily development of the child makes her SUMMER REDUCTIONS NOW IN FORCE As is our custom in the latter part of June, and in July, each season, we are now making a reduction of 10 per cent from our regular prices on Suits and Coats. t 217 North First St. ECLUSIVE LADIES' TAILOR Any Trimmed Hat in the Establishment $3.75 41 work one of true charity, aside from its educational value. Another famous woman, who has been before the public for a num ber of years is Mrs. Emmeline IPank hurst. She is considered by many notorious, rather than noted, but comparatively few have taken the time to study the true conditions which have caused militancy among the suffragettes. Mrs. Pankhurst is at present the leader of the militant movement in England. She was driven to this position by laws which an American woman would consider the most de grading oppression. The women of England tried in every legal way to get fair repre sentation. Their delegates were hissed, mobbed and treated with A-i-olence. The marriage law gives the mother no right to her child. Chil -dren are considered as having one parent, which is the father. The law of inheritance always excludes her in favor of a male relative. (Continued on Page Two.) Phone 717 West Adams Street 4"