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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MOKNTXC5, NOVEMBER 2-1, 19U
PAGE FrVrE A Portable Typewriter Remington unior 3 As durable as the standard Remington. Weight less than half the Stan dard' model. For the Traveler and for the home. Authors, clergymen, physicians students and others wanting a compact, small, reliable type writer, will welcome this machine as solving for them the typewriter problem. Price, with dust proof cover . . With leather trav eling case . . . Other Remington QQ QQup 50.00 57.50 Now on exhibition at 35 East Adams Street Remington Typewriter Co. ( Incorporated) Telephone Overland 670 AUSTRIA'S ExIPEROR PRAYS FOR VICTORY "" jJll im ' ' Emperor Franz Josef of Austria has permitted to be taken this photo of hinw&f at prayer. The picture has been c.rculated all over Austria, together with the prayer, which is as follows: ' "Father in Heaven, Ruler of the Universe, Have pity for him who bows before Thee. I did not start the strife or strew the earth with blood. Surrounded with foes and envy . . I called my people to the defense by arms. Let Thy mercy surround our lines. J&tS- Ours will be the victory and Thine the honor. LOVER I E wmmmm WSSBSBSmmsm n Drunken Frenzy Juan Valenzia, Yoiui"' Mexican, (Stalls Rival in lieatlili rap pie at Dancing Party -Much Local Sympathy (Special to The Kepubl a. .MESA, Nov. Ti. Drink a .d ji : msy were the prime factors ii. - cutting scrape in Mesa on Sunday nignt that brought death to Kaf'ael Cordunoz and tli shadow of the eailows to .loan i Valenzia. J The trouble began with the atten- I lions shown by Cardunez to the fiance j of Valenzia at a dancing hall in Mesa. I rtis jealousy tnllamed by liquor, ' J w hich the other had also initio oi' I freely, Valenzia stepped to the d way and addressed Cardunez, w... was standing in the road shouting. His words evidently appealed to Car dunez as a challenge, for the two at once closed in what proved a death struggle, (luce they were separated by the onlookers, but they were not to be parted and came together again. This time Valenzia had drawn his knife and before anyone had realized the fact Cardunez had reeled tif the ground, the blood gushing from a severed artery near the shoulder. Phy sicians and officers called to the WELL' "THE HOUSE QUALITY BUILT" Kverytliiiii;- for Your Thanksgiving Dinner Jonathan Apples, 4 lhs 25c 'aiiev Navel Oranges, per dozen 20C, 30c, 40c Fancv Arizona (Jrape .Fruit, for 25c scene could do nothing for the boy. and two hours later, at bis home where they had taken him. his life ebbed out with the flow of blood. The affair has caused a sensation in Mesa, where the boys were mem bers of respected families, both being popular members of the belter class Mexican colony. The tragedy of the incident lies in the transformation' li(tior had wrought in the two boys. Neither had a grudge against the other and no two boss were on better terms. Citizens of Mesa, who had know n .Valenzia since u child, speak of him in good terms. Normally, he was of a peaceful, law-abiding dispo sition, yet he had his failing. When under the influence of liipior he was irresponsible and would consider him self the fighting equal of anyone. Yesterday Sheriff Jeff Adams and County Attorney I.yman were over in Mesa investigating the circumstances of the killing, and Valenzia was taken into Phoenix, where he is held in the county jail awaiting developments. -o- IRISH SINGERS AND RITA RICH TONIGHT Rita Rich, dramatic reader, and tile Klllarney Girls, singers of Irish melodies, will appear at the Hig'i School auditorium tonight in a pro gram of selections characteristic of life in the F.m raid isle. The com pany is one of the strongest that yet has appeared on the Y. 51. C. A. lee t Lie-recital course. As a reader and singer of Iri.-in folk songs. Miss Rita Rich is said to have few superiors and her selec tion are uniformly well chosen rind I leasing. Tile Killarney Girls have won high commendation for th"i. work wherever they have bee 1 --ai-d, and their first appearance i . I''. -rix is sure to attract a larr -tnce. -tr ie lbs. finest granulated sugar, $1.00 McKee's (Advertisement) die Try A Republican Want Ad, IE OF BUTTLE TURNS (Continued From Page One) Soissons and Rheims. In Argonne there were violent attacks by both sides without result.' Repulse German Attacks PETROGRA D, Nov. 23. A night official statement says: "Fighting between the Vistula and Warthe rivers continues. It still maintains the character of extreme tubbornness at the north of Lodz. Throughout Monday we repulsed ov nywhere impetuous German attacks. We discovered toward Valloun new German forces which intended to tur:i our left wing. On the front at Czen slochowa -Cracow there is no essen tial change. Saturday we captured more than 5,000 Austrians. British Embassy Ransacked LONDON, Tuesday. Nov. 21. Tiv Petrograd correspondent of the Post Telegraph says: "The liritish embassy at Constan tinople has been ransacked, the Rus sian hospital pillaged, and all for eigners more or less seriously abused. There Jiave been many arrests among all classes' of the population. A wide spread conspiracy against the Young Turks lias been discovered." SPECIAL Early Jersey Cranberries, 5 lbs. for MEXICAN FLAG (Continued From Page One) bugles filling the nir, while the bells of one church rang out. Up to this hour there have been no disorders. Shaping Tangled Situation IX PASO, Nov. 23. The evacuation of Vera Cruz, and, the occupation of that city by Carranza troops began to shape the tangled situation in Mexico. It was not doubted that the deposed first chief would make the east port his provisional capital even before the convention party established itself in Mexico City. No report came from the west re garding the result of the fighting in Jalisco, where Villa troops are report ed as attacking Guadalajara. Minor engagements between the convention and Carranza forces are reported at 1 VV . TIT 111 ,r f (f I 1 i I i i iil l ii l ! ! I W illi lili Jr-: iHlnLl) jt 1 1 1 i i n if ii ta 1 ipiiw l:"illT JMf lilSp K iW'aWBJ:WT-finaABr, fSKi ! :i:. : i ;'i!U"! TT-i' rtVsmr, irAiMJiM W'. ' iw hi in I r.inmrnm.t i I II I I iklfl l!H ;i i! mssssssmmisBmBmm mem 25c Yacbt Clul) Salad Dressing 15c and 30c lonareh Chili Sauce, :V special 30c Currants, Kaisins, Citron, Oranire I'eel and L'.'inon IVel are just in. SUNSHINE SPECIALTIES Bulk Mince Meat, like mother used to make, lb 20c Celery, Fancy Bleached, per bunch 10c Fancy Layer JJaisins, per lb. . . . Atmore Plum Pudding .5C ".ls., 35c; 2s., 60c Elwell Grocery Co. hum' 71 1 itIilUlli.. fca "I 'Pli !l!lP!ll: lill ill inniiii 1 1 l l i! I llfei li.iimiiiiiiiitiiiiiitiiinittiitiiiitiajniiti MAX HGHAM II THE MAN ON TIE BOX" TOMB POWERS HOT CANDIDATE j DEPUTY SHERIFF IS MERELY A LEGISLATOR! RELD FOR ROBBERY flowed the request of officials nf the. mine, who came Here to mvesugau; the theft. Loyst and Scott are former employes of the mining company. When Max Kigman created the name part of "The Man on the linx" the dra- 1 To unitization (. Harold M"Grath's fain- ous Iio'el nf the same name, it Was j vowed that never bel'oie had such ai screaming comedy been played to sn- " 'i ciety audiences in New York. .No.v that the picture lias been produced in five parts it is vowed with almost eipial en thusiasm that never before has such a picture been produced for the edifica tion and amusement of the great Amer iican public. "The Man on the l'.ox" as with others of McGralhs stories, fils exceptionall well into a moving pic ture scenario. Jesse I.. La.sl- has produced the pic- i t Phoenix, Arizona. Nov. 22, ll'li. the Editors of The Arizona Re publican, Phoenix, Arizona. Orntlemen: I'ndcr the heading "I'andidates for Presidiin; Officer Show," an article was published in today's issue 1n which you very considerately . mention my name as one of the candidates fur the posi tion of speaker of the of the coming session legislature. 1 am deeply of the m-inv courtesies bi en slu. ivn me by the of your paper in the thar.k ymi and lower house if the siate appreciative which h.u- managcnieii: past and wisli lso my miny tore with Max Human in his original ! friends throughout the sta'e and role of l.icutc nam Win burton. A de- j cunty for your kindly mention of si nption of tin' picture shows I. teuton- t my name in connection with the cr am Poh Wharliurton, a fancyfree ad-i fo e of spea.ker of the house at this venturesome spirit, is wounded during ' t inn-; hut 1 wish also to most em an encounter w ith the Indians and tak- ! pbatk iliy deny that I am a candi en to the home of Colonel Annesiey for 'iate for the plat e now nor have I medical treatment. I at aii. time been an active candi- late 'Recovering, Hob finds that his ser vice in the army bus expiiod and he is flat broke. However, he is rich in ro mance and becomes fascinafd by the colonel's daughter. I'.otty. Hetty, not knowing who Hob is, offers him a po sition as coachman, which he accepts. Many and varied arc Hull's experiences as "Th Man on the Hox." "I'ecoming implicated in a plot to defraud the "oiled States government of important plans, be thwarts the at- ! in tempts of a Itussian count and saves . 'Ki important plans. "Hetty, while visiting Hob's sister, who is a dear friend, learns from Hob's j photograph, who be is. hut allows liiln to continue a coachman. "Potty's father loses his money; then Hob discloses his identity and admits he is tiie possessor of a large fortune in Ills own right: however, Hetty's and Hob's romance is one of pure love and after a series of intrigues, plans and counter-plans, all of which 'The Man on the Hox' foils, the couple are mar ried and thus live happily ever after." "The Man on the Hox" is in five parts anil contains three hundred and twelve scenes, and was staged through out Southern California. It will be shown by Manager Naee at the Arizona tonight and tomorrow. and for this reason 1 my whole-hearted and -o- Improvcd business leflected in many of conditions am the trades. lor it. I did not enter the election cim caign with the idea of making it a "personal glory' contest, hut with the sole purpose of trying to tie of some degree of usefulness to th" people of Arizona. I know, as a matter of experience, all other things being equal, that I can bo of greate. service to the people of the state on the "floor' of tiie house than I can 'eh -sir have given unreserved support to the candidacy of I.or.'U F. Vaughn for the place. My sole purpose being that of ser .lee to my fellow countrymen. I hope and sincerely trust that the citizens of this eounly will come to my aid. and that of my colleagues, viih such helpful suggestions the," have of needed legislation or needed changes in our present laws as will be to the betterment of our :'tvic conditions, being assured at all times t':nt they will have a most respectful hearing and a fair and honest con -biocration given to their suggestions. As a courtesy to me personally an 1 a suggestion to those whose eo-oper-ition 1 invite in helping to secure hitter public laws, I wish you would give this letter publication in an early issue of your paper. Verv respectfully. T. T. POWERS, Mcmber-el'-ct Second Stale Legis lature, Maricopa County. Officer and Choir Singer Arrested for Looting Bullion Room of Vir ginia Dale Gold Mine. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCIll l.i is ANGEI.ES, Nov. Winfield Scott, a San Bernardino county deputy sheriff, act-used with Clarence I.oyst, a choir singer, of having robbed the mine at Dale of approximately $"JJ.U0 in gold precipitates, was arrested to day in San Hernardino. Scott was implicated in a statement made by Loyst last night after his arrest. Loyst said that the robbery occurred Tues day and declared Scott planned it. The mine is the property of capital ists, headed by Charles M. Schwab, the steel magnate. After taking the gold from the bul lion room of the Virginia Dale mine, Loyst said he and Scott made across the count I", seeking to reach a rail road, but were overtaken by Charles Hnnvn. an employe of the mining company and a deputy constable, who took the gold from Scott, but released both men. The arrest of Ioyst fol- SIEC-EL FOUND GUILTY f ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHj CKXESKK, New York, Nov. ?3. Shortly before midnight Henry C. Siegel. the New York banker-mer-ihant. charged with grand larieny. was found guilty of committing a mis d meaner. The charges grew out of the recent failure of the Siegel string of stores. The misdemeanor vorde" was made possible by instructions at the court. Siegel was at once sen tenced to pay a fine of JlOmi ml serve ten months in the Monroe lounty penitentiary. A' stay of the ixeeution of the prison sentence wa granted , until the second Monday in .lune. and Pail was fixed at $25.""' by Justice Claike. BEGIN THEIR SENTENCES DEKK LIGE. Mont.. Nov. - :. "Muckie" McDonald and Joe Pr.ola-. former president and vice-president of the Hutte Mine Workers' l'ni"M. ' brought to the state prison here to serve the sentences of three and live years respectively imposed on them at Houider Saturday for t' deporta tion of Hutte minrs last August. AUSTRALIANS HAVE FINE LITTLE FLEET The recent capture of the German cruiser Emden by the Australian cruiser Sydney calls attention to Australia's fleet, which is playing a real part in the present war. Im mediately upon the beginning of hos tilities the war vessels of England's big colony in the south Pacific began chasing German merchantmen from the seas, and captured several valu able prizes. Then it began the con quest of Germany's island posses sions in the Pacific, taking practical ly ail of them. While the Australian fleet's successes have been import ant, its losses thus far have been negligible. various points. A telegram from San Luis Potosi. where Villa officials are in newer, said that General Blanco, commander or Mexico City, hml recog nized the convention party, lilanco is quoted as having reported to Gutierrez that he has arrested Generals Obregon, Hay and Villareal. ' Villa troops have i.een rushed to repair the railroads to expedite their entry into t lie national j mors of th capital, Polios. be of the REWARDED FOR HEROISM MoNTVlLLE, Conn., Nov. T.i.A nuest of JTfi.i'OO was the reward Henry A. Holies for rescuing aughter of Mr. Trumbull of New York when she fell in the river Thames at London twenty-eight years ago. The incident was forgotten until the exec- Trambull estate notified p ? - . x -. j . f V.-; . , i v $y S off V.-.--......: -W?r'--Av: .'.: .--V.:- . . 'jtf i fT-Z V 'i."'1-'' HAW 1 - j- eNt& J3ft. fees? i'l'.c Australian fitct at ii'a..