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TILE ARIZONA-REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1915 IT'S EASY TO SHOP AT WOLPE'S BY MAIL TELEPHONES 1671, 1672, 1673 In the days sune by, those who did not live in a rity were at a. disadvantage in Imyingr. because they h:id to go after it. but now it is different, for every article in this store can be brought to you quickly. Just write us a letter telling us what you want, for we have A Postoff ice In Our Store .,ur letter reaches us promptly and your order will be filled Immediately. Another Kood thing to remember is that you will Ket Just what you want, without substitu tion and it will be sent you by ParcelPost PREPAID Our Prescription Dept. is governed by two cardinal rules Pur ity and Accuracy and when you send your prescription here you may feel as sured that it will be filled right. -WE LEAD OTHERS FOLLOW" WOLPE DRUG CO. INCORPORATED CENTRAL AVE AND ADAMS. if o (l w o."l.-p e j IT SATISFIES Tanhauser ICE COLD Tanhauser Distributing Co. Telephone L'2-2! E. Washington St. r CALL Hasty Messenger Service PHONE 770 PHONE OPEN ALL NIGHT DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF CITY HORSES WANTED! Wo have taken a contract to furnish some horses for foreign shipments anil will have a GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR HERE MAY 26TH and will inspect in different parts of the Valley un til shipments are complete. There are two classes of horses to be bought; one kind is for light Cavalry and are to be 13 to 1( hands high, with no weight specifications, 5 to- 12 years old. Unbroke horses will have to be ridden two or three saddles, or enough so the' can be rid den past the Inspector. The horses must be ser viceably sound.' Unimportant blemishes or wire cuts that do Hot injure the animal's movements will not be counted against it. The light Artillery stock is to Ik; .15.1 to 16.2 in height and weigh from 10.") to 12o0 pounds, 5 to 12 years old, broke to work; if not broke to work, they must be gentle enough to harness. AVe will call or send some one to look at stock at any time, before inspection day. by arranging dates, but my one who lias stock that will meet the requirements may bring it. in on inspection day and we, will buy the animal, if the price is right and it will pass in spection. Any one having such stock they wish to dispose of should see or call up Johnny Moore or Frank M. King of the Arizona Live Stock Commis sion Co. 33 West Jefferson Street. PHONE 54G LODGE LORE Knights of Columbus , An interesting session of Marcus do Xiza council is promised for Tuesday evening. Rev. Father JoHeph will de liver a lecture on '"The Catholic Citi zen." Attorney Thomas W. Nealon will speak on "Parliamentary Practice," and Miss Anna Marie Luke will render a vocal solo. The program will begin promptly at o'clock, and members are. requested to be at the council chamber at S o'clock for the opening ceremonies. Phoenix will be represented by a large delegation at the stnte council I session in Olobe Saturday and Sunday, ! May !! and SO. Delegate! from Win- slow. Flaggstaff and l'rescott will join the Phoenix knights here and make the trip by auto via Roosevelt dam. Cilobo council is making preparation to re ceive the delegates and visitors in a manner that will make the trip one well worth taking. Knights who were fortunate enough to be present at the installation of a new council at Xogales. are still talk ing about the hospitality of the bor der city. The degree work was exem plified to a class of elxty, and in the evening 3) attended a banquet. At torney Frank Harry is the grand knight of the new council. The addi tion of Xogales brings the total num ber of councils: in Arizona up to eight. The dance given by Marcos de Xiza council on May 11 was one of the most successful social affairs over which the council has presided in several months. About forty couplet were in the grand march. n account of the absence of several of the older mem bers two cpiadrilles on the program had to be cancelled. The committee in charge consisted of J. P. Lavin, (',. E. Wager. Thomas Ceaie, AA J. McLfi moio. Peter Ryan and Frank DoSouza. J. H. Morgan, district deputy for Northern Arizona, highly compliments the Phoenix knights in a letter to one of the local members upon their activ ity and energy during the past lodge year. He is particularly pleased with the addition or a large number of new members. Maricopa Hive 1... O. T. M. held their social evening with Lady Commander Mitzler Tues day evening. A short musical pro. gram was rendered : Piano solo Solo. '.'The Song Mv Sins" Solo, by Good of the order. . . Reading Lady Twenty guests participated in the guessing game. The judges being un ffble to come to any decision the con tents were auctioned off to the high est bidder. During th;? evening dainty refresh ments were served by ladies Hruce, Cresswell an.l Sipes. .Miss Reva Moffat Mother Tse to Margaret Elaine David Funk . .Dr. Rosa ltoido ..Olive Cresswell Woodmen of the World The Woodmen of the World special train, run from Phoenix to Mesa last evening was an clelgant train and very ct'1'h ientlv managed by Mr. f'.ann oflhe S. P. office in I'hoeni'C. assisted by Mr. M. L Stewart, who had general over sight of the entire parly. There was a thmng of "choppers" from Olendale, Phoenix and Tempo who boarded the train at T:l." p. m. anil as the "log rol lers" gathered about the station pre paratory to entertaining thy looked up and down the long line of fine, new steel-encased coaches bended by the m'onstt r locomotive and many of them exclaimed "Some Class." The ofliccis of the Phoenix Camp, W. o. AV., and the "Degree Teams" of both Olendale and Phoenix, were there with all their paraphernalia and gaudy relagaiia and as they marched up the streets of Mei, headed by the Mesa reception committee and eifficials. the citizens of our little neighboring city were compelled to "Sit up and take no tice." There is great activity already in the Mesa Camp, many new members are being taken into the camp at each meeting and it is predicted that from now on there will be still greater ac quisitions to the great order in that city. We cannot begin to tell you of the interesting things that took place in side the camp of the Mesa V. O. AV on that evening, but one feature of the evening was the address of welcome dlivored by Dr. Nelson. In a brief and very eloquent address the Dr. welcomed in no uncertain manner the W. o. W. of the neighboring camps. One strik ing declaration of Dr. Nelson's was this: "I would rather be an American and a Woodmen of the World in the Salt River valley than to be a ruling prince in Kurope." Senator H. A. Davis of Phoenix responded in an in teresting manner to the address of welcome. He said among other good things. "While the armies of Kurope are. growing thinner and thinner, the ranks of the Woodmen of the AA'orld in the Fnited States, and especially in the Salt River valley are growing thick er and thicker." There was a clasn of eighteen initiated at Mesa on this oc casion, six of them being new sap lings of the Phoenix Camp. Dr. Hughes of Phoenix, Capt. Cook of the' legislature, Mr. Cann of Phoenix, Mr. Reed of Olendale and eithers made brief addresses. The jolly crowd of Choppers returned much charmed by the hospitality of the Mesa Camp, ar riving in Phoenix at 1:30 a. m. Among tlK.se making the trip on the Woodmen of the World special train were the following: Jas. P. LaWn, Arthur Sweat, A. II. Schmocker, Wm. Gleason, A. Briee, T2. A. Gerard. W. II. Snell. A. Boiler. Yantis Singleton, John ( Jerkey, Vierling K. Graham.. J. n. Hopkins, Geo. Stev ens. G. G. l.ees, IX F. Godfrey, Tom Monk. Geo. W. Monk. W. M. Large, Al bert W. lSeller, C. H. Gilbert, J. H. Pierce, D. (. Hollinger. J. K. lingmm, J. 1). Xevill. H. C. Reed, W. J. Picker ing, H. Hilderbrand, H. Ovendale, Thos. W. Moxley, T. P. Bringer, Geo. Gann, J. G. McCIure. Geo. R. Wilcox, T. K. Welch. I. Firnberg. J. H. Brown, A. D. Ix-yhe, Roscoe F. Washburn, Dr. S. I). Little, V. Anderson, H. A. Patterson. W. A. Gray, Tims. Riordan. Truman Helm. Finest Kdwards, A. AV. Smith, L. W. Hoel, H. D. Wilson, J. W. Pat terson. Parlen McKenna, J. C. Powell, C. C. Davis, H. A. Davi.L. G. Smith, Frank K. Bellamy. Otto Bump, Fred Thompson, J. Marchese, George li. Roach, F. S. Bewley, Thos. AV. Xealon. H. M. Ramsey. J. AV. Mesenberg, R. A Log tie, F. E. AVarren, Frank Cavilliere, Geo. I-.. Phelby, Geo. Xo. Fitch, AV. F. Eson. H. F. Young. Owen II. Peck, John R. Bell, S. N Pierce, O. S. Wiley, M. L. Stewart, Fred Jacobs, W. AV. C'i .no way, S. AV. Stockton, A'ernon E. Lind say. Earl L Shirley, c. S. Brannock. I . Greer, Jake W. Foster, Roy Ed wards, J. R. Ingram, J. D. Newell, AV. L. Cook, G. E. Grissam. L. X'. Jones, r - B- Monk, H. P. Gibson, R. .Sloa'ne, Logan List. J. E. Anderson. J. V. An derson. .1. M. shotr, M. D. Novinger, Dr. H. A. Hughes, O. C. McKwen, M. List. r P. Ivy. G. M. Thompson. F. P. Har rington, AV. S.' Sexton. C. K. Palmer. Xow that the special train is out ot the way. thc sovereigns of the Phoenix Camp, No. r,. will render the member ship contest with renewed energy and tlott rmination, both teams being deter mined to win for their side and each iiienioer ueing uctermineft to win a handsi mo prize. Among the persons offering prizes are tiie following: Thomas AY. Nealon. H. Ovendale, A. L. Higgins. the New York store, lonofrio ( oi.fectionary company, Baswitz Cigar company, and Clinton Lauver Cigar company. M. L. Stewart, the deputy organizer and promoter extraordinary, will give a beautiful solid gold button and a "silver certificate" commemorating the 2.1th anniversary of the founding of the Woodmen of the AVorld fraternal and Insurance Order these two prizes he will give to each sovereign bringing in one e.r more new members. Time is &hoi t. only abemt two weeks, let us be up and doins. THE ODD FELLOWS' PICNIC oh. bunch of Odd Fellows day, Fel- 8fr9 auOHd H033H0 QNV 30A03 Have You Tried I It's that Healthful J Nutritious, Delici- t' j ous Drink '?;." I I Deand jijsk j we are brave, Gome join our loyal picnic band; Goodfellon ship is our theme. We are marching hand in hand: Our members are a jolly bunch. And we know we're here to stay, Three cheers for the I. O. O. F. Chorus Hurrah, Hurrah, for this picnic Huriah, Hurrah, for this is Odd lows' day At Riverside Park today: Yes .they, are grandest bunch I knew. Three cheers for the I. O. O. F. Oh, yes, a mighty band are we, About three thousand strong; With friendship, love and truth. We bravejy march along: We always lend a helping hand, And sing a cheerful song. Three cheers for the T. O. O. F. We are kind in death and sickness. In distresr! find trouble, too; When your loved one's called away. And sadness comes to you. The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs stand by you, Devoted, loyal and true. Hurrah for the Rebekahs and I. O. O. F. So come join our loyal picnic band, And have a grand old time: We'll give you a fraternal hand. And smile with all our might: We'll introduce you to our games. And give you a very pleasant time. So join the Odd Fellows today. for fJiis is Odd Fel- Hurrah. Hurrah lows' dav. Hurrah, Hurrah, for this is picnic day: They'll aliow you a good time at the park today. So come join the Odd Fellows today. C. R. B "The Poet of the Desert." Chorus to Last Stanza. LINCOLN THE MAGNANIMOUS His Remarkable Attitude Toward Remarkable Salmon Attitude P. Chase In John Hay's diary, published in Harper's Magazine, Hay tells of Lin coln's extraordinarily magnanimous attitude toward Salmon Chase, who was his chief competitor for the repub lican nomirafion. "His chief competitor for the repub lican nomination was a member of his own cabinet. Salmon P. Cha.se, the sec retary of the treasury. Although Lin coln knew of Chase's intrigues he ap parently did nothing to thwart them. Hay. on returning from a trip to Nev York, told the president what he had heard there of Chase's efforts in trying to cut under for the republican nomin ation. " '(Lincoln said) it was very bad taste, but I..2 had determined to shut, his eyes to all these performances: that Chase had made a good secretary, mid that he would keep him where he is. If he becomes president, all right! I hope we may never have a worse man. I have all along seen clearly his plan i of strengthening himself. AVhenever Everything In Baskets All Kinds Of 1 ' All styles and sizes. In Lunch Baskets at 10c to $16.00 each. Miller Step-Ladders Every home, office and shop should have one. From 4 ft. to 16 ft. Priced at $1.50 to $15.00 Alaska and Gibson Refrigerators All sizes and styles at $9.00 and up. Florence Automatic Oil Stoves $15.00 to $32.50. Most efficient kerosene oil stove made. It is absolutely safe. Let us demonstrate it to you. Detroit Vapor Stoves $15.00 to $42.50. Absolutely safe. . Gives the most heat for the least money. Will burn kerosene ov gasoline, alcohol or distillate. Cheaper than gas. Bar rowsFooshee Furnit ure Co. Phone 1666 First and Jefferson Streets "Let our auto truck deliver it" he sees that an important matter is troubling me, if I am compelled to de cide it in a way to give offense to a man of Home influence, he always rang se himself in opposition to me and persuades the victim that he (Chase) would have arranged it very different ly. It was so wilh General Fremont; with General Hunter, when I annulled his hasty proclamation; with General Butler, when he was recalled from New Orleans; with the Missouri people, when they called the other day. I am entirely different to his success or failure in theae schemes so long as he does his duty as the head of the treas ury department.'' "Magnanimity such as this has had few parallels. It would be unthinkable in the case of a Ricelieu or a Frederick or a Bismark. "Lincoln continued to appoint, at Chase's s'.i;;getion, officials who would work in Chase's interest. When Hay remonstrated, he laughed, and said he was sorry the thing had begun, for, though the matter did not annoy him, his frienda insisted that it ought to.' But by an f.droit turn of the tables the president, supporting Seward in the raid which the senate made on Sew ard, cauriel the too-impetuous Chase to resign. Chase supposed that he would thereby bring the president to terms. Far from it. Wh;?n Chase sent in his resigna tion (the 'backwoods Jupiter' said to Hay) I saw Oiat the game was in my own hands, and I put it through. AVhen I had settled this important business at last with much labor and to my entire satisfaction, into my room one dny walked I). U. Field and C. Opdyke. and j me. 1 may have given him reason this began a new attack upon me to remove j mr.rning " (October 30, 1S63.)' " Seward. For once in my life I rather ; o gave my temper the rein and I talked j Hire a little 'salesman at The Re tt) those rr.en pretty damned plainly. publican office. A AVant Ad will see j Opdyke may be right in being cool to' more customers than you can. T UP RIGHT! Let us figure Avith ymi to change your old out-of date light system on your auto to Electricity. You Avill marvel at our low price to install 1'attery and Electric System, exchanging-for your old system. (Jet Your Auto Electrically Equipped We take care of I latteries, repair wovk guaranteed. Fine equipment and expert special men of ail kinds auto electric work. f AT YOUR SERVICE ELECTRIC AUTO CO. OF ARIZONA Phone 1567 303 N. Central Ave. The Smalley Alfalfa Meal Chopper J I llll 1IIIIM II II M : j l t.-r. The machine that Avill make your alfalfa meal and fill your silo. There arc more Smalley Alfalfa Cutters in use in the Salt Uiver Yailey than all other alfalfa cutters combined. Smalley Cutters are being used by the following Arizona Ostrich Farm, Phoenix Pearson Ostrich Farm, Phoenix Perkins Ostrich Farm, Phoenix Cottrell & Packard, Tempe Desert Ostrich Farm, Beardsley Wm. B. Long, Buckeye Wessex Co., Buckeye J. Stanley Howard, Phoenix Henry Renaud, Phoenix Harry W. Chase, Glendale K. S. Townsend, Phoenix And not a single one Dissatisfied. Collings Vehicle and Harness Co. 26-28-30-:?2 E. Adams Street.