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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1911
PAGE THREE NEXT SUPERIOR JUDGE Of L THE COUNTY OF PINAL EXHIBIT 10 BE E All World's Typewriter Championships For 1914 E The progressives of rin;il county nre confident of the election of a considerable part if not their ticket. It is heft ded ))y Otis J. Baughn, candidate for superior judge. Air. Haughn is a native of Kentucky in tlir! successful practice of lav.'. His ability hits been recognized no: only by the people of Pinal but by the bar of the state. The nomination for superior judge was not of Mr. liaughn's seeking. He Mrs. AV. W. MeNeff. Super intendent of the Depart ment, Announces Broad ening of Scope Judges of .Reputation GREATEST . : ' -. . . ; , - . ;v ?r, , . vJ . i-r v r vAT r - i V K V. - -K 1 v .. A "'..v.v V v .., V t- i . i'1 v-v. y V . v ' vJ. ' i ' - . v - ' r4J .V; rv V ,f ' , r V . Cg-YvA-k- - --- Ajr Otis J. Baighn end was educated at Lexington i'l yielded to the request of many that state. After his admission to friends in all parts of the county the bar he went to the northwest, tt. inter the primaries. The same He came to . Arizona four years aso friends and more are now working and took up his residence in l'ir.a! vigorously for his election, of which cf-unty where he at once enslaved they feel assured. Phone 1375. A CHILD CAN BUY GROCERIES here as well and as cheaply as :he most experienced shopper. We treat everybody alike, both is to prices and kooiIs. Have no favorites to force upon cus tomers in place of what they isk for. It is our aim to sell people the groceries they want ;tt prices less than they expect to pay. McLean's Grocery 130 N. FIRST AVENUE Harry Proops CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE OF THE WEST PHOENIX PRECINCT ON THE PROGRESSIVE TICKET Has Ik'on a resident of Arizona thirty-five years. He was educated in the I'lioenix schools and is a married man and taxpayer. I'' W1S :l volunteer city fireman of Phoenix for twelve years, serving with out pay. Proops enlisted in Gov. McCord's regiment, the First Territorial Volunteers, of the Spanish war. He was constable of Phoenix for two years, to which office he was elected hy the citizens of Phoe nix. He has a record to which' he points as a recommen dation for his election now. He is following the cement trade at present. He respectfully solicits your vote.. (Adv.) CLOSE-IN RANCH Owing to lack of time, and other interests, I have decided to sell my 40-acre ranch at a low price. Located 3Y2 miles from center of Phoenix. An extra good stand of alfalfa; 70 fruit trees, 125 grapevines. Small house; drilled well of fine wa ter. One-quarter mile to good school. Land adjoining selling for $400 an acre. Class A water; 1872 land. No agents. If you are looking for a real bargain, call 124 R 11, between 12 and 3 P. M., or P. 0. Box 732, Phoenix, Arizona. What .was said of the educational exhibit at the Arizona state fair last year, 'always one of the most import - mt features of this event, promises this year to be no exception to the rule, except that it is to be greater, more comprehensive and more interesting than ever before," will apply in the fullest measure to that being prepared for the 1914 showing. It will be the composite creation of a master mind. ripened with years of experience and successes, the attainment of an am bition cherished through all the years that Mrs. W. W. McXeff has held the superintendeney of the educational de partment of the great annual exposi tion. Educators throughout the country have come to recognize in Mrs. Me Neff one of the ablest directors of edu cational exhibits. Her successful en gineering of the educational depart ment at Arizona state fairs has at tracted favorable attention not alone to the exhibits but to the moving spirit. She has a keen perception, not only of effectiveness in arrangement but of the true value of each until intended to make the composite. Wide reading and genuine all-the-year-round interest in the work has fitted her admirably for the post so that today an Arizona state fair educational exhibit would be in complete without her presence and di rection. The department under Mrs. McXeff will this year present an increased and broadened scope. Particularly in the case of the exhibits of the Indian schools, will this be true. The Indian department will be given more space than usual and the variety of the art icles exhibited will be materially in creased. The Pimas and Sacatons promise to have one of the most unique exhibits of handicraft of the entire de partment. The Phoenix Indian school will present for the first public exhi bition, the .same exhibit the school will make at the l!H3 expositions. As was the case last year when fam ous educators from the east were at tracted here by the teachers' institute, there will be some of the best material in the United States in Phoenix during fair week from which to select the judges of the various individual exhib its. The prizes this year will be awarded to individual exhibits, school exhibits not entered with the expecta tion of winning prizes for the schools. The' name of the individual exhibitor will be placed in an envelope attacked to the article exhibited, so that the judges in making awards will be abso lutely unaware of the identity of the exhibitor or the school which they are attending1. Speaking of the educational exhibit planned for this year, Mrs. MeNeff said yesterday: "An education exhibit showing the work of the pupils from the University of Arizona, the normals, the high schools end the private institutions, has been placed in the department building at the fair grounds for the past nine years and those who have watched it grow year by year are proud indeed of the residts. "With the raising of the standard of work done in our schools, came the better, more systematic exhibiis to the department at the fair, until today our exhibit calls forth words of praise from the best educators of the United States who come to give lectures during our State Teachers association. "Last year we were fortunate in having as one of our judges Dr. A. E. Winship, of Uoston, editor of the Journal of Education. Dr. Winship many times expressed his appreciation of what Arizona is doing in her schools, saying our work is "equal to the best" and "bet ter than many." "The school exhibit attracts much 3AYS U. S. A. IS NOT PREPARED FOR WAR Rep. Gardner. Congressman Gardner jf Massa chusetts has startled the country with his statements to the effect that the United States is utterly unpre pared for war. 'The belief held by the country that we can create an army and navy when the need arises i3 wrong from beginning to end," says Gardner.' "You can't improvise a battleship or a submarine or a torpedo jr a sailor after war breaks ou" 4 WON ON TIKE EMM 1 1 At the Annual Business Show, New York City, October 26, 1914, Underwood carries off all honors and wins in three classes. Emil A. Trefzger writing at 129 net words per minute becomes World's Champion Typist. The Machine You Will Eventually Buy 33 attention, and of the thousands who pass through the building dur ing fair week each day, not many are in too much of a hurry to spend a few minutes examining the work of the children and he who passes by without stopping has missed the best part of the fair. "Our exhibit this year will eon- tain more work from the Indian schools of the state and these chil dren do some really wonderful things. 'The schools of any state are one of its most important assets, and the citizens of Arizona are of one mind in their realization of the value of good schools and higher education. "They have provided buildings and equipment equal to anything in the eastern states have secured the oest presidents, superintendents, principals and teachers possible, and under this guidance our schools have been so thoroughly organized, our standards raised until our chil dren go out from our schools and enter with credit the schools of the east or the west. All this was not brought about in a day, but ex tends over a .period of thirty years, gradually growing in each district,, as it has in our own city of Phoenix, fro mthe little one-roomed, adobe school house taught for six weeks in the year 1S72 by James Park to our splendid school system of to day. "The educational exhibit is of the greatest value to parents, teachers and the strangers within our gates. "The value of the fair in general cannot be estimated "Our horses are here today anl gone tomorrow; automobiles turn turtle and are wrecked; our fruits and flowers wdlt and decay, but the seed sown in the minds of our chil dren live on forever." Hi MB HITS BELGIAN HOSPITAL; KILLS WOUNDED MEN , . -9 r MdmsXLJlr rr I'hoto shows ward of a hospital at Lierre, Belgian, ten miles from Antwerp, wrecked by German shell which fey through the roof, killing and wounding patients, all of whom were injured soldiers.