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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1915
PAGE FIVE
BOYS' PATROL UNDER
FIRE; DUNCAN PINCHED
You
ought
to see
the NEW
Odd Mixup Ensues When Suspicious
Householder Takes Guards for
Burglars in Polk Grounds
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10 Improvements
You'll Like the Changes
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PRICES NO HIGHER
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See us at the Show!
Casa Grande Valley In Midst Of Land
Development Greatest In History
HAYDEN
' ' (Special to The Republican).
CASA GRANDE, March 24. What
Civil 'oile, Relating to Salries of
jpiomiscs to lie the greatest land de
velopment period in the history of
Southwestern Arizona, has fairly start
ed in this valley. With fine weather.
hiuI the roarls again in conilition for
travel after being rendered practically
impassable this winter by the heavy
rains, land 'buyers are enabled to look
the country over. Many important
deals have lieen terminated and others
are in course of consumption.
1-Yom Maricopa on the west, and
This town has not not nt'en so
busy for many months as at the
present time. Many skilled work
men have come in the past month
installation of pumpins plants, and or more. Wells have been drilled on 'anJ nave ,)een t to work
everywhere throughout the valley set-! this land and the bucket system of .
tiers are developing water through the pumpins will soon receive its first' n Friday, a dass or seventy com-
.,!. I,,-, a fi... n.!,nc ,-,iiv v.,.,- ti,w mun'.eants were confirmed at the
land is cheap, but it requires money j .Messrs. Avery, Hartford and asso
ard energy to make it valuable. Both : ciates have started land development
these requirements are now being ap- on a large scale.
plied and Casa Grande, the central In the hills and mountains south of
distributing point for this coming agii- Casa Grande, are located mines known
cultural paradise is beginning to thrive in the past as famous producers. The
and grow. ! Vekol. with a record production of
The town was recently incorporated, millions in silver, has again -resumed Moore stole a march on their friends
i In the early part of April a special : operth n. The mineral belt is full of by beinK quietly married by Justice
' election will be held to vote for the prospecf&s. Since the first of the , H- c- Ktudley. jr., at his residence,
grafting of a franchise to E. R. rear many mines have been sold, 1 - A 'ook- manager for tho
, Knight Thompson Co. in San Pedro.
Catholic church of llayden. March
19 is St. Joseph's Day, patron saint
of the local church.
Jesse Whitehead, of Winkelman, Is
one of the jurymen on the present
venire at Globe.
Bruce Gentry and Miss Katie
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Public School Building at Casa Grand
ritaclTo on the east, along the main
line of the Southern Pacific, the coun
try iaf covered with verdue, and
stretches away as far as the eye. can
nee like a great l.'iavn. Many settlers
ure engaged in iirfproving their land
along the railroad; and the way the
rich, fertile soil 'has ' responded to
their efforts attracts the attention of
thousands of east and westbound pas
sengers. Those, interested enough to
ask questions of the train crew are
amazed to learn the extremely low
price of land, tn comparing land val
ues they find that the cost of a ten
acre tit a 20-acre tract in most agri
cultural distrk-ts would procure on 8
iicre or 16-acre farm in this valley.
It has tilsVY lieen a question of water.
This jirobleni has been solved by the
has resigned his position and will
I devote his time to the development
i of some promising mining claims. '
Erie Engblom, who has been In
j Pueblo. Colo., the past few months.
, taking a business course, is at home,
j to the great delight of the younger
. set.
j Mrs. Stephenson, of the pumping
station, entertained delightfully Men
dames Moffat, Norman, Cates, Mac
Crea and Hatch.
Mrs. Ingalls is home from a visit
with friends on Bmelter Hill.
Mrs. Baker, principal of the Wln-
kleman schools, has been called to
her home in Oregon on account of
the critical illness of her parents.
Mrs. Maggie Tanner after a' long
residence in Hayden. has finally
decided to make her future home in
Phoenix.
H. V. Bettnor of the Matthews'
Candy Co.. was in town last week
and in Winkleman, on a business
trip.
Miss Julln Kali and Mr. Yon Sen
den sang snme old fashioned songs
and gave fancy dances at the St.
Patrick's ball on Wednesday, evening.
The Hayden Dramatic fclub gave
I a. very amusing one-act comedy at
me ieatro .acional on Saturday
evening after the moving picture
show.
Mrs. Nevada Turner, of Winkle
man, returns on Sunday after a long
visit with her daughter, Mrs. Will
Rohrig, Jr., of Tempe. 1
There will be a christening and
(Courtesy Casa Grande Bulletin) ! baptismal service iir the morning at
tne M. church on Easter Sunday.
A special sermon for the I. O. O P.
will be given in the evening.
-Mrs. Hale entertained a large par
ty of friends of her son Harvey on
Mistaken for marauders and fired
upon by an intrepid householder, mem
bers of Campony A patrol, forced from
their regular drill quarters by the auto
show, last night demonstrated their
ability to eat powder on the Polk street
grounds. Also, Policeman Duncan,
leader ef the patrol, who was in charge
of the midnight tactics, experienced the
unique sensations of being openly and
forcibly "pinched" by a member of an
other arm of the law.
It happened in this wise. Company
A patrol, being the young members of
the company recently formed here, was
forced to conduct its drill in the Polk
street grounds because the auto show
is pretty well tilling the armory. Part
of the tactics consisted in guarding the
fort, and -as the attacking force sought
to sneak through the lines and build
its bivouac among the heaps of dead
enemies, a householder nearby became
convinced that all the burglars in the
world were mobilizing against the
peaceful neighborhood. He phoned to
the sheriff for assistance, and then be
coming imp iticut, uncorked a perfectly
good .32 Colt into the air over the
heads of the patrol. Policeman Dun
can, who spends part of his spare timl
drilling maneuveis into the heads of
his kids, rushed to the door ind ord
ered the man with the un to Ket into
the house. Just then, the deputy sheriff.
who had snack up on the scene leaped
out of the dense underbrush and made
seizure upon the person of Duncan.
Soon explanations ensued all around,
the peaceful cit was :ii!oved to go to
his rert in comfort, Duncan was re
leased by his fellow officer and tho
scattered patrol was collected and set
to work again learning to attack and
defend.
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JUSTICE SHEWED (IP
ON SIX POINTS YOUTH
Robert Scott Arrested for Four Month's
Old Theft
Jiintlee moving with leaden foot yes
terday quickened her pace and laid her
hand upon the shoulder of Roy Scott,
a young man living near Five Points.
Justice having dragged him into the
court of Justice DeSouza left him there
whence he was bound over under $3"0
to return and be investigated concern -in?
the theft of a wildeatskin coat the
property of Dorothy Burke a chorus
girl whose, toes twinkled behind the
footlights of the Columbia last Novem
ber. The theft va committed at the Co
lonial hotel on November 2ft. Suspicion
seems to have been directed against
Scott from the beginning but it did not
take a concrete form until yesterday
when -Mrs. Robert Brow, the proprie
tress of the hotel swore out a warrant
for his arrest. The coat was found in
a nearby stable covered up with hay.
Scott's residence at Six Points. Scott
denies that he knows anything about
the ;iffair. He says that he neither
abstracted 'the coat from the Colonial
nor concealed it in the hay.
Mfes Burke is now supposed to be
with her company in Riverside, Cal.,
and a message was sent her yester
day by Chief of Police Brawner ap
prising her of the recovery of her
coat together with a handbag stolen
from her companion, Miss Elsie Pier
pont. The arrest of Scott was made
by Policeman Wilkerson. Deputy Sher
iff George Sears and Constable Roy
Morrell.
ACTION ON HOUSE
BILL IS EXPLAINED
Explaining his ' action with refer
ence to house bill 81. Governor Hunt
yesterday sent a statement to the
secretary of state relative to the ir
regularity which marked the pasasge
of that measure.
The bill, which provides for the
sinking of an artesian well near
"Franklin, Greenlee county. passed
both branches of the legislature, but
was amended in the senate so as to
require the investigation of the state
land commission before any money
could be spent. When the bill came
up for third reading, the amendment
for some reason or other was not in
corporated in it, and the bill wa re
turned to the house minus the sen
ate amendment. In the governor's
fetter he states that if knowledge of
this irregularity had not come to him
his action on the measure might have
been different. As it was, the bill
was transmitted to the secretary of
state without the executive's signa
ture. o
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Chandler News Notes
Brackett and associates to put in a bonded or leased. New prospects
power plant and water system. It is are being developed. Celebrated en
understood that electrical energy will gineersi and mine operators have re
be supplied farmers in the valley to cently visited this section to look over
operate their pumping plants. and require copper properties. It Is Saturday morning. Eighth and ninth
Through the efforts of thes'present Mated that with the building of the grades take society seriously.
school . board, Messrs. Bennett. Cruz Tucson-Ajo railroad, the greatest min
and Peart, 'this place has a. fine mod- action in America will be devel-
ern school, the building and furnish- "P"" sfuth. Casa Grande. This ap
ling of. which totaled n cost of $25,00(1. pears. !:o jiccount for the present rush
Eighteen months past the children of into the district. . , - '
the district attended school in a frame t CasA' Grande is the basis' of supplies
j shanty. Besides the school at Casa and 'terminal for the McNatt auto
j Grande there are several others at xtage line. Last week large eonsign
I different points in the valley. ments of supplies, galvanized iron
j Land cultivation in large tracts has tanks and other materials were
obtained a start. At Arizona Messrs. freighted from here to Brownell and
! McLate, John Williams, Ed Flannigaji other, points
land others, of P.isbee, have had rf j ' .... o
caterpillar tractor clearing 1.000 acres Buttercup Brand! ! ! Adv,
There Is a strong movement being
made in both- Gila and Pinal coun
ties for good roads. The super
visors of both -counties are being
pressed to solve the questions of a
roa! from Globe to Tucson and from
Winkelman via Ray. Kelvin and
Florence to Phoenix; also bridges at
Winkleman and Ray ove rthe Gila
These roads and bridges would open
up an immense territory of ranches,
fruit farms and mines to the out
side world and also many pleasant
tl summer resortSj
CHANDLER CLEAN UP
Early in the winter T. M. Melville,
Chandler's enterprising nurseryman,
offered three prizes of $15. $10 and $5
for the three neatest looking yards,
prir.es to be awarded April 1st. Wheth
er K is the stimulous given by these
prizes or for some other reason Chand
ler certainly has been cleaning up and
beautifying. Not only have lawns, trees
and flowers been put in. but experi
ments have been made in kitchen gar
dens with most gratifying results. The
Pierpont garden . has lieen yielding
carrots, turnips, lettuce, beets, etc:, nil
winter and now has fresh green peas.
They grow along side roses, carnations,
pansies and sweet peas and lose noth
ing by the comparison. The San Mar
cos gardens have also attracted much
attention. T'nder the care of Mrs. Rob
inson and Mr. Pierpont sweet leas
have blossomed the winter through,
roses bloomed nnti' long after Christ
inas, hii are now starting in again
Hanan's j
j Pumps
pi
just arrived
Discriminating Young Women
are Going ta Wear the
'Hanan Shoe"
this season, Iwauso tlicy give to the cus
tomer that fiiihsliinj; touch which youi)!'
women of today take so much pride in in
dainty, comfortable footgear.
This is strongly exemplified in this modern
last just arrived.
HANAN PUMPS with patent colt vamps, and tops of dull
kid, gray or buff suede, and block cravcnetlc, at
$6.00
QL'KEX QCALITY low shoes in great variety of styles and
leathers, Pumps, Oxfords and Strap Slippers, in patent colt,
patent kid, gun metal and dull kid leathers, priced
$3.50 to $5.00
Popular-priced footwear in all the latest Spring lasts at
j $2.50 to $3.50
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with true spring vigor. The hotel vege
table garden, wacthed over by Stewart!
Sloan has been in no ways eclipsed by
the flowers and has supplied San Mar
cos guests daily with a great variety of
vegetables.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL PLAYS BALL
Chandler is in the height of the ball
season a present. On Friday last the
public school boys beat the Alma school
team in a spirited game to the score
of 24 to 9. Wilfred Austin distinguished
himself by making four runs and sever
al of the other boys brought in three
tallies each. Utiius Ruesel pitched for
Chandler.
On Wednesday Mesa played against
Chandler and the home team went
down on a score of IS to 8. The local
players try to console themselves by the
fact that two of their players were un
able to be present and a third was suf
fering from a badly cut hand. How
ever they were certainly beaten. The
game was enlivened by Norvile Pier
pont and Arthur Peel both knocking
1he ball out of the school grounds and
over t.ie fence. This is the first time
it lias ever been done.
A game wUl be played with Gilbert
during the coming wee'.v.
T. M. Millet, the instructor of manual
training at the Chandler and Alma
t-chools severely cut his hand with a
chisel on Monday last.
BIRTHDAY PARTY
Miss Ruth Loft us celebrated her
eleventh birthday Saturday afternoon
by a lawn party. Games were played
on the Loftus lawn after which re
freshments were served. Some twentj
add young folks assisted in showine;
how glad they were that Ruth had a
birthday.
HEFFLIN TO TUCSON
Wayne Hefi'lin of the Chandler Gar
age went to Tucson on his motorcycle
last Saturday. It was an eventful trip
seven miles from Tucson the front
forks broke. He took them off, walked
to Tucson, got a new pair walked back
put them on his wheel, and rode to the
city. He returned Sunday. Twenty
two miles out of the ancient and hon
orable pueblo, the new forks broke. He
turned around and walked to the city
i nd had them repaired, walked to the,
cycle, replaced them and roue to
Chandler. Wayne sys the walking
and the scenery for the first score of
miles this side of Tucson are unequall
ed anywhere else in the world. He is
also planning on a non-stop walk
across the continent. He says be knows
he can do it if some one will only give
him a pair of motorcycle forks to carry.
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A i.ATTER OF POWDERS
The value of the new iKiwder that
stops the flow of blood would be mate
rially minimized if the nations would
cure themselves of the bad habit of
putting the other kind of powder in
their guns. From the Pittsburg Dis
patch. o
CAUSE FOR LAUGHTER
A Cincinnatian who drank 100 glasses
of beer a day for a long time has lost
his memory. How Milwaukee will lausii
at this display of effeminacy. From
the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Did You Ever Hear Tell
of a Painter Having a
Conscience?
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Well, Bill Cavileer has, and a Stool: of
Wall Paper and Paiiit to back it up.
We are in ji position to do your Painting,
Paper Hanging and Decorating, better and
for less money than any firm in Phoenix.
Ask any of our Customers. We art- fea
turing ''Sun Proof Paint'' see exhibit at
Auto Show.
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CAVILEER & CO.
The Store With a Conscience
108 E. Adams St. - Phone 1829

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