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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MOHNING, JANUARY 7. 1915
PAGE SEVEN IN HER HIGHLAND FUNG Diminutive Performer Pleased Large A-jdience at the Tom Thumb Wedding Here i:i t!ie picture i.f little Mabel "" -IKl'r, tiie diminutive dancer, who enthralled her audience at the Ton-. Tluimli wedding, lny before yester day. The little dancer is just ns young as .she looks, but that doesn't pre- Mabel Wetzler vent iter from beino; vcr clever. She is a true example of the precocious Joiingstcr, developed in these days of specialization. She has been in structed in many of the pleasing ac complishments, of which the fancy dance is but one. REVIVALIST ATTACKS LACK OF REAL FAITH The half-hour singing service at j the First M. K. church lately has been proving the feature of the c angclistic meetings. A large con- j prepalion was seated last night and! ready to begin the song service when i the first number v. as announced at I 7:30 o'clock. j Following the choir and solo pro- I pram, led by K. V. Pt'affenberger, I Evangelist Iel.aye preached an I earliest sermon from the text, ! "HiglUeoUf'.r.eiH lenileth to life. He ; that pursuetb ex 11, pursucth It to his j oxvn hurt." i "As the poison of a X'enomous ser- j pent gradually parnlizcs one set of muscles after another of the bitten, till the heart and respiration are reached, so disobedience stabs the conscience and deadens the. feelings, pefverts the mind and finally damns the soul. I would break my" family vows and lodge vows before break ing my hureh vows. And it is well known that he who is faithfu ito his church oxvs. is. faithful likewise in his oilier obligations. We regard our church duties too lightly. "Much is said about power. Obey Cod and you will have all the power you need. "The church has lost its initiative. It should take a. stand on every moral question. Church women want to life their fallen sisters by proxy. "What thin old world needs is more real brotherhood and sisterhood. God will hold our great, strong business men responsible. . They could lead most of their employes to Christ if they would." RIGHT OF-WAY Why f to trade. I i J. W. DORRIS CASH GROCER Office Phone 1694 East Side Order Department 1691 West Side Order Department 524 "Wholesale Department 1693 Front or Fruit Department 1692 WOULD MODIFY WEIGHTS AND MEASURES STATUTE Merchants' and Manufacturers' Asso ciation May Ask Legislature to Change Certain Features of Inspection Law. To discuss certain features of the state law providing for the inspection of weights and measures and ways in which it may be modified at the coming session of the legislature, rep resentatives of the Merchants' and Manufacturers' association will confer today with State Inspector O. X. ("res xvell. Among the provisions of the law ; winch the association would change i.s the clause providing for the destruc tion of such apparatus as has been condemned, and cannot be repaired. This clause, when strictly enforced, it is stated, results in a hardship to certain dealers, who might be able to put Hie measures to other uses, ob jections will also be made to the clause stipulating that no meat may be sold without a ticket of sale and other requirements of the law will be taked over with a view to arriving at some arrangement for their modi fication by legislative enactment. , AMUSEMENTS "Home, Sweet Home" at Lion High domestic sentiment is the theme of "Home, Sweet Home," and this extraordinary photodrama shows how the simple strains of the song that reaches all hearts, were brought at crucial moments into many lives, has been the purifying and regener ating inspiration for those about to yield to evil or despair. 1). V. Grif fith is the producer of "Home, Swee; Home," which is a life drama in memory of John Howard Payne, who wrote the song while in a foreign land. The production is somewhat of a novelty, inasmuch as the cast includes twenty-five star performers any one of whom would be an attrac tion in an ordinary melodrama. "Horn?, Sweet Home'' is shown at the Lion theater today for the last tim?, and six complete shows will be given, starting at 11 a. m., and every two hours thereafter: fiO.OOO peopi4 saw 'Tlome.Swcet Home" in one week in I,os Angeles, and it was pro nounced a wonderful photoplay. "The Patchwork Girl 0f Oz." Tonight for the last time "The Paichxvork Girl of Oz" win ne the offering at the Arizona. It is safe to say that never before has a pic ture been shown at a' local picture house Vhich has met the approval of the old as xvell as the young. Miss Violet McMillan, who plays T'jo in this xvoniierful production, needs no introduction, as all who were fortu nate enough to see the famous com edy, "The Time, the Place and tin Girl," will vouch for the success of "The Patchwork Girl of Oz." A rare treat xvas offered the little ones yes terday when the management ar ranged the special matinee, and to night xvill be the last opportunity for the little ones, as xvell as the old, to see this great production. Some Dancer. One of the hardest specialties to "put over" in vaudeville is; a singie dancing act. Originality, combine) with versatility, must be the key rote of the performer's efforts, for, unlike team dancing, the "single" has to rely solely on his prowess for success. Dave Johnson, the second !'Ct on the Coliseum bill this week, in a striking example of the success ful single dancer. His steps are not only dificult, but he runs the gamut of wooden shoe steps, showing his mastery of them all. It is needless to say his act "goes over" big with each performance. The Two Harrys in a novelty skating act. and Lee and Young with a musical and acro batic entertainment finish out the program of vaudeville, which, com bined with four reels of the latest Mutual movies, forms a well bal anced bill. "His Trysting Place." Laughable, as are all Keystone movies, none is more hugely enjova- Pay You'll find, on investigating, that the advantages to you are many. Our cash system is a sort of savings institution that the people of Phoenix seem to appreciate already. The 5 PER CENT CASH DISCOUNT is a big item; then, too, the natural economy of careful buying will save you much money in the year. fir Take our complete stock and the efficient and intelligent sales I I. service we offer you; our prompt delivery serviee. and our HI money-saving prices, and you'll agree this is the place for you JACK LONDON EXPECTED TO ARRIVE HERE TODAY Two Well Known Writers to Meet in Phoenix When London Confers With "Chim-rde McFadden" "Chimmie McFadden" already on the ground and Jack London expected here today. Phoenix is assuming some importance in the world of popular fiction. Edward Waterman Townsend, the "Chimmie McFadden" of the popular stories, has been in Phoenix with the new Mrs. Townsend for several uaxs, expecting the author of the "Sea Wolf," with whom he has some business matters to discuss. The Townsends are registered at the Adams. Townsend first sprang into the limeiiyht with his inimitable slangy series on the famous Chimmie Mc Fadden. He has since been writing many works -of more or less serious nature. Information was received here last night that Jack London, the famous novelist, and lately pro ducer of feature moving pictures, would arrive here from nis Sonoma county paradise some time today. COUNTRY CLUB SERIES OF DANCES With the passing of holiday fe.sti-i-ties, the functions that make the Phoenix social season delightful have begun. Winter pleasures were in augurated last evening xvith St. Luke's ball, and already several equally charming events are attract ing society's attention. The Country club will give its ini tial of a new series of Saturday night dances this week. A special orches tra of three pieces has been engaged for these affairs that will be featured prominently by the club. The enter tainment committee, Mrs. William -M. Seabury, chairman, plans to" make Saturday the gayest day in the week, and will follow up the afternoon de voted to tea, auction and outdoor sports, with a dance that wjll haVe all the novelties that are now in vogue. There will be lucky number dances, competition dances and exhi bition dances by clever society ama teurs, besides general dancing from S:uU o'clock until ll:2i. o'clock. Many who attend the afternoon's tea wi.i dine at the club and remain for the evening's event. MARICOPA COONTY MINES TO RE PUT IN II CENSUS Data on Mineral Products of This County to Be Gathered for Big " National Compilation Maricopa courtly is to have a min eral census. The. United States Geo logical Survey has secured the co operation of the postoffice depart ment, and through the postmaater general there arrived yesterday a letter of instructions to Mr. Wood to aid in gathering data for a een tus of mineral products. The work is in connection with the industrial census. being compiled throughout the United States. Bach county is rendering reports on all forms of produce, mineral, agricul tural and manufacturing. o DATE JAN. 18, 1915 ble than the nexv one just scheduled for the Lamara, and to run there today. It is called "His Trysting Place." First comes Fatty Arbuckle, then Mack Sennett, and finally Chas. "that ain't all." as the man says, "fhere is Mabel Normand, the favor ite of many a comedy fan. All are in this feature, which is of two-reei length. ash? PHOENIX HOST WOMAN'S CLUB JANUARY 19-22 Mrs. Henry'), lioss, Pres ident of State Federa tion, Submits Interesting Program Mrs. John D. Sherman Guest of Honor Delegates from all over the state will arrive in Phoenix early next week for the thirteenth annual convention of the .frizona Federation of Woman's clubs which meets here January 19-22. Mrs. Henry D. Ross, the president, has arranged the following program: Tuesday, January 19. THREE TO FIVE P. M. Registration of delegates, office on first floor Woman's club house. Credentials committee: Miss Lucy T. Ellis, chairman; Mrs. Perry L. Downing, Mrs. H. W. Fenner. FOUR O'CLOCK. Meeting of executive board and council. Department room, second floor of Woman's club rooms. Presi dents of Federated clubs, chairman of stale departments and standing com mittees eligible to attend. EIGHT O'CLOCK. Mrs. Mary D. Ross, presiding. Call to order: Invocation, Mrs. E. X. Phillips, Woman's club. Phoenix. Piano solo, (a) Prelude C sharp mi nor, Rachmaninoff; b) Valse, Moszkowski. Miss May Mildred Smith, Phoenix. Address of welcome: . For the city, Mrs. E. B. O'Neill, Civic league. Phoe nix. For the delegates, Mrs. A. W. Morrill, College club. Phoenix. For the District Federation, Mrs. B. A. Foxvler, president. Phoenix. Response for the delegates: Mrs. F. (). Smith, Monday club. Phoenix. Greetings from other State Federa tions, general federation officers and others. Report of the president: Mrs. Henry D. Ross, Phoenix. Address: (Subject to be announced later). Mrs. John Dickason Sherman, Chicago; Chairman, National Conser vation committee. Appointment tif special committees: Informal reception. Wednesday, January 20. NINE-THIRTY O'CLOCK. Mrs. Henry D. Ross, presiding. Piano solo, (a Because Iljinsky, 0) If I Were a Bird. Miss Carmelita Ward, Phoenix. Minutes: Report of credential com mittee. "Report of committee on rules and regulations. Report of officers: Recording Sec retary, Mrs. E. J. Flannigan, Bisbee: Corresponding Secretary, Miss Lucy T. Ellis, Phoenix; Treasurer, Mrs. J. M. Pearson, Clendale; Auditor, Mrs. J. Calisher, Douglas. REPORT OF AFFILIATED CLUBS, (Three Mimrte Rule) TWO O'CLOCK. First Vive President, Mrs. H. M. Claggett, presiding. Interpretive' waltz song; II Bacio, (The Kiss) Arditi. Mrs. W. H. Sar gent, soprano; Helen Beatrice Crane, dancer; Nellie Teasdale, pianist. Minutes: Report of clubs continued. REPORT, STATE DEPARTMENTS. (Five Minute Rule) Mrs. J. W. Estill, chair Tucson. DISCUSSION. Art: man, (Twenty Minute Rule) An Art Commission for Arizona." Mrs. F. E. A. Kimball, Tucson; leader. Civics: Mrs. J. G. Hammels, chair man; Glendale. Conservation: Miss Lucy T. Ellis, chairman; Phoenix. Food Sanitation: Mrs. J. A. Ter rell, chairman; Wilcox, Industrial and Social Conditions: Mrs. Geo. Crowley, chairman, Somer ton. Education: (This report will in clude the Girl's scholarship fund) Mrs. Dixon Fagerberg. chairman. Prescott. Address: 'The Club Woman and Ideals in Education." Mrs. Sidney I C. Newsom, Tucson. EIGHT-THIRTY O'CLOCK. CONCERT. Under the direction of the Satur day Morning club of Tucson. Mrs. A. E. Douglas, president. (Programs will be furnished at the door). Thursday, January 21. NINE-THIRTY A. M. Mrs. Henry D. Ross, presiding. Piano solo, (a) Prelude No. 6, Cho pin. (h) Stacato Vogrich. Caprice, William Orth. MINUTES. Report of Household Economics De partment: Mrs. E. J. Flannigan, chairman. "A Message From Miss Johnson." National Chairman H. E. Department. ; '- Discussion: "Living Adequately Under Present Conditions." Leader, Miss Carrie Wight, Wilcox. " (Twenty minutes). Report of Department of Legis lation: Mrs. J. L. U. Alexander, chairman; Phoenix. Discussion: "A County Library Law," (twenty minutes). led by Miss M. E. Post, Yuma. Report Department of Literature: Mrs. Geo. W. Oehes, chairman; Bis bee. Report of Merit System: Mrs. F. M. Doan, chairman; Douglas. Report of Department of Public Health: Mrs. Margaret chairman; Florence. Report of Department Randal, of Music: chairman: Mrs. A. Tucson. Address Arizona." president. V. Grossetta, "More Mrs. Music A. E. Ciubs for Douglas, Saturday Musical club; Tucson. Report of Standing Committees. Arizona History: Mrs. Genevieve Murphy, chairman; Casa Grande. Juvenile Court Mrs. Albert Rob TWO MORE MAILMEN TO ! BE ASKED FOR BY P. M.i Wood Catches Chief Inspector Here and Puts Question Up to Him; Business Has Grown Lately. j Chief Inspector C D. Lowe of the western division of the United States postal service, arrived in Phoenix yes-' terday in company with Inspector C.J F. Putton of Phoenix, who is re-1 turning from a short vacation spent on the coast. While in Phoenix, Mr. 1 j Lowe will investigate the request of. Postmaster C. K. Wood for an ex-1 tension of the carrier service. j Postal business within the limits of' the city has grown so that the post-! master has had to ask for two morej men. RIGHT-OF-WAY inson, chairman; Tucson. Philanthrophy : Mrs. J. A. Ket- cherside, chairman; Yuma. Press: Mrs.' T. M. Elder, chair man; Phoenix. ONE-THIRTY P. M. Automobile Valley Tour: Tempe, Mesa and Chandler. . Tea will be served at the San Marcos hotel. EIGHT-THIRTY P. M. . Piano recital: Miss Claire Canom, Glendale: Beautiful Blue Danube" waltzes. Strauss-Schulz-Evler. Nocturne in D flat, Chopin. Dense Negra, Cyril Scott .leu d' Eaux, Maurice Ravel. Czardas, .Mac Dower). ADDRESS. "The Rural School House as a Social Center. Dr. R. R. von j KleinSmid, president University of; Arizona. FRIDAY, JANUARY TWENTY SEC OND, NINE-THIRTY O'CLOCK. Meeting of executive board and council. j TEN O'CLOCK. Albert Second Vive President, Mrs, Robinson, presiding. Vocal: t'Villanelle," Edell'Aequa, Mrs. H. E. Edington, Miss Nellie Teasdale. accompanist. MINUTES.. Final report of the credentials committee. Address: "A Plea for the Reci- A. Kent,' : procity Bureau." Mrs. W chairman; Prescott. BIENNIAL SESSION. j (Ten minute rule) Report of General Federation Sec- 1 Scenes from "Home, Sweet Following the arrest of twenty-one owners or drivers of automobiles for AGAINST hire on charges of violating ordi-jthe city jail. City Magistrate- Mc iiancc No. 28, requiring the payment j, Bride has announced that hereafter in adx'ance of an annual license fee that first offenses will meet xvith a of JiiO and the filing of a bond i,i : minimum fine of three dollars or Kthe sum of Jl.flan. insuring against reckless driving, Attorney F. L. Zim- merman in the superior court yestei - day filed a bill in equity against the city of Phoenix petitioning for a temporary injunction against the en forcement of the ordinance and the trial of automobile men in the city court. ' Judge R C. Stanford thereupon granted a temporary injunction', which resulted in the filing by City Attor ney George D. Christy of a special appearance to object to the jurisdic tion of the superior court. A belting has been set for today, at which time it is expected that the auto men xvill be out in force in the superior court room. Toe petition prayinc; that the ocfli . l.anct be declared null and void ami that the city he enjohied from en forcing its provisions, carried xvith it an affidavit by W. S. Bradford, recit ing that he .and the other pla'nt ffs had ben summoned to appear in the Ph enix city court to arswer chires of violation of the otdinance req'!'r iu the payment of the license foe and the filing of the bond. In filing his special appearance to object to the jurisdiction of the court City Attorney Christy charged that the court has no jurisdiction, that no summons or order to show caus why a restraining order should not issue herein has issued out of this court or been served upon the de fendant; that there has been no ser vice upon the defendant, and further. lhat it appears from the plaintiffs - complaint that the superior court nas Clothing Shirts Hats Gloves Hand Bags etc., etc., etc. 25 at our Annual retary: Dr. Agnes McKee, Wallace. Echoes from the Biennial: Led by Miss Lucy T. Ellis, chairman Ari zona delegation. Entertainment at the Biennial, Mrs. J. Calisher, Douglas. Practical Aim of the Endnxvment Fund: Mrs. Harold Steele, Tucson. j We :ljs(,( Twentv Thousand ! Dollars: (a comedy), Miss L. T. Ellis, Phoenix. .A state endowment fund with plan submitted by Mrs. H. D. Ross. Dis- , cussion. (Twenty minutes) ! Soprano solo. selected. Mrs. A. Lowdermilk; Wilcox. Address: "The Club Woman Educational Progress," Miss and C. Louise Boehringer: Yuma. TWO O'CLOCK. Mrs. Henry D. Ross, presiding. Home," Which is Shown at th Lion I no jurisdiction of the subject mat ter of the plaintiffs action. Upon these points City Attorney Christy "..ill ask that the injunction be dis missed. - RIDING SIDEWALKS Chief of Police Brishois has determined that the city ' ordinance prohibiting rid- J ing bicycles on the sidexvalks shall be strictly enforced. Several arrests have been made recently, and two of me lctims are now serving time in I three days in the city jail and that J second offenses xvill probably result 1 in the assessment of $ir,. The police have been visiting the various schools in the last few days warning pupils that violations will result in arrest, and it is likely that this will result in the breaking up of the practice. FATAL FIRE ENGINE SKID associated press dispatch TRENTON, N. J., Jan. 6. Two men were killed and three men and a vxo m.in seriously injured tonight when an automobile fire engine skidded oxer the curbstone on South Broad street while responding to a fire alarm at a confectionery store. o SUFFRAGE A STATE MATTER ASSOCIATED PRFSS DISPATCH WASHINGTON, Jan. fi. The presi dent reiterated for the sixth time since, he entered the White House i his conviction that woman suffrage i.s a matter for state and not national action, when a delegation of demo cratic women, who said they helped elect him, called to ask his moral support of the suffrage amendment which will be voted upon in the 1 house on January 12. REV. BROWNE DISCHARGED ASSOCIATED press dispatch OAKLAND. Jan. 6. The charge against Rev. R. A. M. Browne, charged with a statitoiy offense connecting his name xvith that of Mrs. Maude Hen r uricks who committed suicide at Hay- 35-37 North Central The Hyder label is a guarantee of quality. OFF Clearance Sale Vocal: The Reapers. (Clappisson Chanson Proxencale E.dell 'Acqua). Woman's Club House, Phoenix: Mis. J. E. Walker, director. CENTRAL ARIZONA DISTRICT FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS. Meeting will be held in the Audi torium of the Woman's club of Phoenix, Tuesday, January Nine teenth, lit 15, at three o'clock. Kegisttation of delegates to the above meeting between two and three o'clock, (same date) in the office. Mrs. E. B. O'Neill, chairman, cre- i dentials committee. j Purposes of meeting: To hear committee reports, to elect officers, j to transact any further business necessary to the federation. J Mrs. A. B. Fowler, president, Dis trict Federation. Theater today. CAMEO KIRBY NEW -Bill AT COLUMBIA Tonight will see a change of bill at the Columbia when The Redmond stock company xvill offer the success of sev eral seasons back, Cameo Kirby. It is a roman'e tale of the days of river trade on the Mississippi and is one of the most fascinating stage stories ever offered in stock. Dustin Farnum play ed it xvith remarkable success some years ago and it proved one of the greatest vehicles that star ever at tempted. Cameo Kirby a young ro mantic free lance falls in love xvith the daughter of a southern planter and despite the fact that his vocation, that of gentleman gambler is made knoxvn to her, she sticks to him through many trials. Mr. Karns will he seen in the part of the Dashing Kirby whose one weakness is his fondness for cameo jewelry and from which he takes his soubt iquet. As it is Moose night it is expected that the house xvill be com pletely sold out. Already a big advance sale has been recorded. The sale of seats oxving to the big list of advance reservations has been transferred to the box office of the Columbia theater xvhere a ticket seller will be on hand to answer the phone from 12 noon to opening time. A call for 1777 will se cure reservations until eight o'clock at night. xvard a week ago, was dismissed by Judge Smith on the motion of Prose cuting Attorney Decoto. n FOR PERPETUAL PEACE f ASSOCIATED press dirpatchI NEW YORK, Jan. 6. Resolutions calling . upon peace . organizations throughout the world to act in concert in demanding that the present Europe an war be the last war waged for set tlement of international disputes and that such disputes hereafter be submit ted to peaceful arbitration, were adopt ed by the New York Peace Sosiety.