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OFFICERS' SCHOOL MEANS ME EFFICIENT GUARDSMEN We are Lucky THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, M AY 29, 1015 PALM SUITS Just the suit for summer wear. We have thorn here in great varieties. Be fore buying, ve would be pleased to show you through cur stock. The price is nominal. Opposite Hotel Adams 11 and 13 East Adams Street IS MORTON OF CLEVELAND SECOND WALTER JOHNSON IN THE MAKING? It was lack in l'.07 that Walter Johnson came to the Washington Nntiorals unheralded and unsung. IV was a "rube pitcher." It was only a few years later that Guy Mor ton reported to the Cleveland Amer ican league club, midscason of 1914, to be act, no more known than this same Johnson at the time he broke in. Johnson became known as "The Kinc of Pitchers." Are his laurels to 1h? snatched away by the younger mar. ? Having won almost every game he has pitched this year, Morton ap pears to have just as much smoke as Wa'ter Johnson in his speediest days, V riv- : a for dottcr curve hall, at lear-t I . t'-r than .Ti-ii; mi's in l is soco:i:l j ' ,ir v.-.ih V.'aM.ington. least-; of con trol in k pintr wob hat o" the N'a-t'-';i;.U' -:!ar. i just ns coo! i;r.:!"r" fi ir.-i v"--, t :iiti. fni-i.Vr; .1 it niav it.' ! .-"Hans lave "vubo" not an l.i't one who is a!- f ml.t i .. .1 v.- on :: on. r v i !: tie- Washington A.. ; ;t ivM ! r;?. !... I i '-, Mo-ton C'-v '.-.-!! w.--il.! i-o.v ! I v::i!i''rr the Arv rir::n 'r ii:.- ;to.-.-vsk 1 with the chan-rs :-o-.! thr.t tho Tnfiians would never l e ovei ii. PHOENIX DIRECTORY Automobiles - Garages -Accessories Arizona Motor Company, inc. W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agents. Garage and Salesrooms ?,V. No Hli Central Avctimc. Phone 1450 BliiCK 517 AUTO SUPPLY CO. FRANKLIN FORD Motor Car HMOBiL THOS. Car of Fred L. 25 N. MASTER CARBURETORS CONGRESS TIRES 1 .jo' . V j 5 -V 3 i;.,viSfc- v.uy Morion. AUTOMOBILES Kverythirig for the automobile carried in stock FIRST AND VAN BUBEN STREETS MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horrell 521 N. Central. Phone 1223 Expert Service Men ACCESSORIES U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE Everything But the Auto N. Central Ave. Phone 1071 THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET TODAY GEO. HAGEMAN, Ditribitor for Arizona Corner Second and Adams Streets 5-Paisengcr, $565. Runabout, $515 EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent 308-310 E. Adam St. Maricopa "County Agent for Firestone Tires H. McKEVITT CO. the American Family. Waugh Sales Manager. 2nd St. Phone 1246. Both Are Big Money Savere. The Best in the World SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR CO. 306 North Central Avenue Huntsman-Hotchkiss Overland Co. 227-229 North Center Phone 1916 FEDERAL TIRES TieiH-li 1 Mting, Drilling juid Si udyim;- I'loldcins of CniM ill id Fit-Id Kecjy Xt'Mi ly Nundrt'd Ofi'iccrs , IJusv'ior W'-ck i Iii;KiiiLr triiuhfs and building for tifications auainst hostile forces tlrilliiiK strenuously all lay and workinu out proliltnis in the prcat war pmv far into the niKlit, 9:! offi crrs ail nitmioi's of the National Ounrd tf Arizona hav for tht past five clays been studying campaign methods at first hand. Kloin early morning until late at night, the men have had a. constant round of duties, and when they return to their com mands tomorrow they will have completed the most thorough course in military instruction ever given in the state in the same length of I line. Visitors to the fair grounds dur ing th- past week have found the south end of the grounds trans formed into a regular military camp. A trench that looks as though it had stepped out of some of the war pho A WWW (i 'on iinued from Page One) v - - - purpose to take the step for the salce of humanity. They pointed out a simi lar utterance preceded the interventifui ! in Cuba. The belief is widespread in official ( and diplomatic circles tonight that the1 immediate effect -f the forthcoming, statement will be to give warning that j relief supplies must not be appropriat- j ed by the military fact ions ami that I they must assist in feeding the starv- j ing populace. President Wile-on as head of the , Ameri' an Unl Cross addressetl his ,'ip- j peal to the people to aid the suffering j civilians in Mexico by contributions of j money and food to be ilist rihua ted by j the Red Cross. He is understood to j be deeply concerned over reports from different parts of Mexico telling of the sufferings of the people. It became know n late today the pr uident bad K been strongly advised recently to rec- ' ognie the Carianza government, par tictih'rly in view of the possibility of ( its early return to power in Alexn-o Citv. officials declined to say whether this poinr wouM be taken up president's statement. The president's appeal addressed to the public was: "American people with characteristic generosity and an impartial spirit f f brotherhood toward all nations have contribute lii.erally for the relief of wppallin suffc-ines caused 1 precedented war in K 'rope. "There has now arisen, a tin UP. condition i and necn ; of cuiintly gre;:t suffering close to our bortiers. "Ji':e to seerai years internal dis turbance, mil". t'',;;ito pei. pie in many parts of Mexico have been reduced to the voruo of starvation and unless as nistance is rendered them, many may die fur lack of foml. "The American Red Cross is ready to undertake relief work for the bene fit of the Mexican i eoplc. 1 appeal must earnestly to our people, therefore, , to contribute both money antl supplies; of food to mitigate the suffering, and j misery so cl.ise at hand. All contri- ' botions of nicney mav be sent to the 1 American Red Cross at Washington, or . its local treasurer. Tliow1 able to con tribute corn. rice, beans or flour are I reiiuested to communicate with Ameri can Red Cross headquarters at Wash ington for instructions. (Signed) "WooitRow WILSON. " The American Red I 'ross issued statement appealing for aid for Me? ice. It is as follows: " 'onditions in Mexico are appallin Oreat numbers o unfortunate peo pie. ; consist in,-? of women, children and are victims of the ione continued j old men unable to bear arms, is re fichtinn. Thev lrive ben fat-ins ! d iced to absolute starvation. I starvation for months, and now they I n.-ivo teaened an ai rte stai;e wnen i p:nl- food supiilies can sae them i from death. A telegram just re- j eejved frtun Consul Oeneral llanna at' ?.lonterey, says: j " Monterey chamber of commerce ; THIS DASHING WIDOW SCORNS SUBMARINES j Mrs. Bertha Turnbull. Disappointed that she cannot maka the trip across the Atlantic on the I.usitania, which she had planned to take in New York May 29, and hav ing no fear of submarines. Mrs. Bertha Turnbull, dashing widow of Shanghai, arrived in San Francisco x few days ago. Mrs. Turnbull is the widow of a famous cricket player and well-known newspaper man of the Orient, who died suddenly in Singa pore a few months ago. " ' tographs from Flanders runs from the east end of the agricultural building" fifty yards south, and is banked high with earth and sacks, with here and there a loophole for the riflemen. A bridge, capable of supporting artillery, crosses the in trenc hments, leading to the battle ground beyond. officers quarters have been established in the cream ery building, the men occupying barracks in the east wing of the agricultural building. The creamery building also selves as the mess rot mi, ami in the evenings is the center of an exciting campaign on the big batallion map, where minia ture companies, troops antl divisions are manipulated under orders from the rival commanders of the Reds and lllues. A number of Phoenix guardsmen have been nightly visit ors to watch the war game, and are interested spectators of the cam paign on the thirty-foot theater of war. The school will close tonight after a. week's sessions and practically all the men will leave for their homes tomorrow. The school is under the direction of Captain Cromwell Sta eey, inspector-instructor X. O. A. asked me to appeal to American Na tional Red Cross for food for starv ing people of Monterey. Chamber of Commerce stood nobly by people but has reached limit. Commanding gen eral assures free freight and free duties. City without food, people will starve ' unless help comes quickly. We do not want money but earnestly beg corn, beans and rice. If we jean have help for three weeks until green corn and garden stuff come on we will be safe, but must have corn, beans, rice and flour, or starve. I most enrenstly bet? for help and ;that it be sent at once. This is no j ordinary case. Thousands of hungry j will starve without help. The city j has already had terrible fund riots i before the troops arrived. I'lease beg i the Red Cross to help for three weeks until the roasting ears are ready. "Already the American Red Cross has a carload of corn and one of i beans on the way from Laredo, to Monterey. Free freight and free duty have been arranged and military au jthorities guarantee safe conduit. The : Red Cross cannot continue to send assistance without public contribu tions. In scores of Mexican towns the same terrible conditions exist. ! "Mere we have our western hem- ilfcC isphere people face to face with abso lute starvation. The president has j issued an urgent appeal and the Red i Cross seconds that appeal w ith all I the emphasis possible. Thousands of ! innocent women and children are in 'dire distress. We cannot let them 'starve to death. The Red Cross will i place with its own aient in Mexico, i tliriiimli the state department in co operation witn the I luted states con suls there, such supplies as may be purchased with contributions or given in Kind, to be distributed among the suffering non-combatants. I "Arrangements will he made f,.r i wa rehouses, at which donations of i corn, beans, rice and flour will be j collected, and foi warded to New York. Calveston and Laredo. Any further ! information may he had from Ameri ican Red Cross headquarters, Wash ington. I). ('.' Robbing Peter or;r,A.S. M.-iy :. To rHiov- s : i i ; 1 1 i t in Ilorniosilln ;inl fluavms. j when broad riots rodent !y t hrv it cnnl ; tho ;)sr'ndn(v of Jn.so M;iytorfn;i. i t ho Villa f'UTfs aro now ra if line: tho jfiimpas distii't ;ind p-h'.in; avail j n I tie supplies of wheat, accord ing to i information which reached tlio border. i The raiders aro said to be not loavinq: j even enough wheat to supplv seed. A a t mill at Cumpas is being used to jjriiid j wheat to flour. As u result of tho 'raids tho district, it is stated, will be . j b-ft without food and the population o LEGISLATURE ENDS WORK f Continued from Pane One) bio. It was inferentially stated in the resolution that the board was performing its duties in a manner satisfactory to the house. (This w;is in the morning. Iefire word reaehed tho ity of the Iwjard's reversal of itself at Florence.) The resolution was adopted by the following vole: Ayes I'.al.er. Derry, Buchanan. Doyle. Flanagan, Goodwin. Orfiharn. .lohns, Orthel. I'i nord. Towers, Ieeper, Newbury. Reed, the speaker 1.".. Xays Austin. i-a-ds. Karrell, Claypool, Cook, Kd I'rancis, Iee, Iines, Mahoney, Proctor, Sweeny, Vaughn 12. KiKht members were absent, four of whom would probably have voted for the resolution ami four against it. The house then took an adjourn ment until afternoon and an hour later the levy bill was ready, hav ing been passed by the senate. It was read in the .Meanwhile, there propriation bill expenses of the house .and passed, was another ap providing for the legislature, whieli ii the senate. It bad originated in originally provided only for the pay of the attaches. SI. 501. This was amended in the house to provide for the salaries of the members. There were indications that the senate would not concur and the house insisted on concurrence. Its insistence was rewarded and there was nothing more for the legislature to do but adjourn. The usual com mittees of notification were ap pointed to wait upon the governor, who had no further eomjnunications for the legislature, which then ad journed. The governor informed the mem bers ni the notification committee that though he had not issued the " V'. A Two - Serge Suit for Men Wool, All Sizes i Full c'.ii work shirts, made of nine IJcll rhiiiiil.rav 39c Cool, crinkly, t-rc'!.' uowns lor vo 3 1 1 -ii. hice ;i'id 'in!iroi:oi'" trimmed, slipover styles 49c Men's Athletic Tnion Suits, vod luiiusook ;uid beautifullv made, ,49c call for ti.e second extra session, it will be convened on Tuesday instead of .Vondav, im'e the latter is a le Kal holiday. The members will prob ably be officially notified today. The governor ave no bint of the contents of thfc call, so that it i known whether it will contain other recommendations than land legislation. any for SALAS IS GUILTY Tobacco iVIerchart Convicted of Con spiring to Defraud Government fASSOCIATED PM5SS DISPATCH X'KW YORK, May 2H. Jacob Salas, a tobacco merchant of Colon, indicted with John Burke, formerly manager ef the pan-ima railroad's commissary department, and Ricardo Kcrmudez, another merchant, on a charge of conspiring to defraud the govern 1J15 WELLESLEY -t s Ht?:?'e!i-r? The .')13 Wellesley crew. The 1!M5 Wellesley College crew lias .shown exceptional form in the are prhotic'ing bard and expect to capture a few scalps before the season And have secured 60 more Panar.ia hats for men. They are gen uine and vie will sell them for All new shapes. We have sold 200 in the past ten days which proves their quality. Piece Phoenix, Arisen. Blue 3 m.MP newt MmiBjuciOiUJi n tT"wianauy 5MfiMwc&,y.-M.Ai xwmmw - a.ttt- 5e GreJ" ment in connection with tob;u ro tracts, was found guilty in the .1- eral court. 11" was -aroU-d in the custody ef his counsel and instructed to return on W'ednes lay, when lie probably will be sentenced. Although indicted jointly, the court granted the men separate trials, liurke became a government witness and is expected to escape prosecu tion. Major Oeneral Coethals, gov ernor of the canal zur.e, was a wit ness. o TERSE Theodore Dreiser, the novelist, was talking of criticism. "I like pointed criticism," he said: "criticism such as 1 heard in the lobby of a. theater the other night at the end of the play. "The critic was an old gentleman. His criticism, which was for his wife's CREW SHOWS GREAT FORM IN TRIAL SPINS w , -3 turn;. .' 'ht i';we: iff l fill lvxlra k'.rue. loii-.r ddii slipover ;ons 1'or 'women, lace ami embroid ery trimmed with ribbon bead ing 69c Kanrv -Mii-din Skirts, at . .' 49c, (59c and 98c HmiU'alo'iV Aprons, with caps 1m maMi '. 35o ears alom. consisted of these words: " -Well, you would come:' " Kar.sa City Times. FRESIDENT TAKING REST I SSOlTATKI) ellKSS niSI'ATCIll WASHIXOTi N, May :iV The pres ident had practically recovered tin afternoon Irom the slight imMs'-.si tion whiih. coupled with la -ii " pressing business, led him io cm"''' the regular l-'rit.av1 ciiMnct nteci.ni! The president remained in bed in tl. morning, but late today tool: at. auto mobile ride and attended to import ant matters. COMING IN THRONGS "My wife is greatly disturbed." "What's the trouble?" "She says the red ants are holdijr an old home week in our pantry. Louisville Courier-Journal. K 5K. trial spiffs-on Lake YVabon. The girls is over.