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THE AltlZONA REPUBLICAN, WKDNKSTIAY ilOKSIXfl, JUXK 23, IMS Order Drugs By Mail " I vjhi tret your doto veil iTit tilt' ix'st so should viiii lr in elerteinj- your DRUGGIST BEARS i-m, tak- an- of v'ir uri'ir orders and de liver lv parcel oost free t . liar-e AND YOtT GET WHAT YOU ORDER. l..-t BEARS V v'our dt a- -i AMUSEMENTS WALTZ FANTAJS1E AT IE T S3 In aihliUon tn the Shroy ooiniiany th;u is ni:ikinK surli a koo1 impression at Riversiile, there will be n special at traction .it the liaiuinK pavillion to night, when the Valse Fantawie will he leiiuin.-tratel in 1'hoenix for the first time. This ilanee was created by Miss Haw kesw'orth and M. Pur.'nt and pre sented by them recently at the l'laza Trill in the Plaza Hotel in New York It is a combination of steps taken from the round waltz. Itoston Hesitation and t'anter. The beauty vi" the '"Kantasie" lies in the perfect unison of the bodies, the motion beins so harmonious that each partner seems to be doing a solo lance. are giving: a complete evening, with comedy THE In BEAR nit vj vx STORE Opp. City Hall The Shrnys new bill this features. Mi these hot a coo! retreat: morning that it that time the dns IN but it is seen pool park is is is always the early it its best. At comparatively June Karnival Continuous llivh dinks, if you are too old to laugh DON'T COME flood things to eat and drink Y. W. C. A. :)Ho 2nd Street THURSDAY EVENING JUNE 24th mi i.ri ii i i i ,i i 1 1 ii ii ii ii i i ii ii ii empty and the swimming is delightful, the place is full of singing birds and there i always a delightful breeze. The whole place is cool, shady, quiet and restful. It is ee.silv the .most attrac tive time of day at the park; and morn ing picnicers have the place verv much to themselves. To anybody looking for a place that is i.ot only cool; but quiet ; lid comfortably Riverside park In the n.orning hours is an ideal spot. OLGfl PETROVA AT THE EMPRESS IN FEATURE Mine. i!ga l'etrova. America's premier actress, will lie seen for two iWi s only at the Kmpress in "The litart cf a Painted l-uily," for the first of the Metro Service io le re leased here. Mme, l'etrova ame io America fi'cm Warsaw, Russia, to star in the Folies Pertfere. So great i,s her' suc cess vith this show that she at tracted the attention of Wintlirop Aris, cue of the country's foremost producers, who induced her to enter the legitimate, wilii the result that today, three years fler her debut on the Aemrican stage, she is recognized a.s otie of the best ot them all in this country. She made her first screen nrpoar ance with tho Popular Plays and Players in a wonderful production of toe Tigress." and so great was her success in that t m-wion that she was immediately placed under contract to appear in a series of twelve to be taken over a period of three years. "The Heart of a Painted Lady" is the first of this terles to oe re leased. The pictuie is in five parts with nbtiut -"0 difi'eient scenes. Proctor. Heed, ltichn rdson. Vaughn, the speaker 30. Nay lirahum 1. Three absent and one excused Sweeney, measure that had been presented.' j The word obstructionist brought Mr.' : oranam ro Ins feet with a hot re-: joinder. The speaker intervened ailed, Mr. (Jraham to order. and The' Thus came to an end a struggle j which was begun in the first reeru- i lar session of the second legislature ' latter replied that he was speaking The land bill, next to the general I to a question of personal privilege appropriation bill, in immediate im- ,-u,tm..1, r ..i,i.... ' p..rta..cc aud of mre real import-Ltru-UoniHt." The '"'i' v..ih one or me lew measures which it was thought really essential.! "ob-that picture irIKMl anKle '" imeies.s it.... 11 In addition to M-ue. Petrcva, one good comedy will be shown, making in all six reels. Shows begin at 7:!j and ! oVlock. Plaza Tonight "The Little Hand of Hold" is the head liner at the Plaza tonight. Man ager tavness has gone to great ex pense and trouble to obtain this pic ture, and feels that he has been imply repaid for his trouble. Kdna Payne and George Larkin are the head liners. These two stars are fa vorites. There will also be a west ern drama Willi plenty of thrills. helped out by a. comedy entitled Pussy In the Well." The Hicksville Diamond Mystery, will bring plenty of laughs to patrons. COLISEUM TONIGHT HOUSE AND ALLARD In a Big Lai gh Carnival A Night at the Casino 10c 20: 30c All New ' EMPRESS THEATER Today and Tomorrow, MME. OLGA PETROVA The Stage's most beauti ful and talented star in The Heart of a Painted Woman' IN FIVE PARTS ARIZONA THEATER Todav, Wednesday and Thursday EDITH WYNNE MATHIESEN in Belasco's Successful Play, "THE GOVERNOR'S LADY" IN FIVE PARTS Fourth installment of South American Travel Pictures The Coolest Place to Spend the Evening, rrrirn j in u u 111 I ARIZONA Coming MARGUERITE CLARK in "GRETNA GREEN" EMPRESS Today and Tomorrow OI'r:i Petvovia ir "Thi Heart of a Painted Woman" LAMARA "EXPLOITS OF ELAINE" Installments Every Thursday arid Fridav STAR Opposite Boston Store The Coolest Place in Town Change of Program Daily 10 and 15 oents. , Lass stai aAl Opposite City Hall Change of Pictures every dav SIX REELS Coolest Place in Town. Oh, You Coliseum "The Girls from Happy Land" and lots of other kinds of jrirls, are being featured at the Coliseum tonight. The title of the funny sketch being put on ry the House anu Aiiaru com pany is "A Night at the Casino." same being a notei wun tne roiunu Billy House aa the proprietor, and the winsome, willowy James Ailaril as a bell hop. w un an me iixin s a.iu fringes applied. The music for this show is unus ually good. Perhaps the biggest hit Is P.illy House singing "Heaven Will Protect the Working Girl." the great song hit of Marie Dressier. William puts plenty of feeling and pathos in it, and brings considerable hand each appearance. Hazel Wilson rendering "Hoogy Man Rag," pleased the audience, and was in unusually good voice. Anita Wellers. tho young chorus girl. with. a particularly good voice, gave voice to "When You and I Were Young. Maggie." Tho Arizona Today .Miss May Allison, the charming young southern girl who made a hit last autumn in the leading feminine role of "Apartment 1'- K" at a Hroadway theater, makes her photo dramatic debut with Edith Wynne Mathlson in the picturtzution of "The Governor's lady." presented under the Joint direction of Jesse Iasky and David Belasoo. She plays the role of an ajnbitious young woman, who turns from the man she truly loves with the idea of marrying the man whose wealth and ability already indicate that he is marked by fate for great success. Her portrayal of the ambitious tyie of a modern American girl is truly wonderful. "The Governors Lady" is the offering at the Arizona today and tomorrow for the last time. One Hundred Years of Mormonism The official history of the founding of the Mormon church as prepared un der the direction of that institution and picturized. is the wubject of a five reel Alliance picture, the headline at the Lamara theater today as it was yesterday. It begins with the youth of Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum. shows the finding of the tablet.- that are the foundation of the look of Mor mon, the beginnings of the organization and th spread of the teachings up to the time of the death of Joseph Smith and the sack of Xauvoo 111. The story of the journey to the promised land under the direction of Brigham Young the successor of Smith, and the hard ships encountered by the pioneers, as well an the first sighting of the Salt l.ke Valley by Orson Pratt and his companion. The latter part of the reel is given over to the views of Salt Iike City as- it now is. its wide streets and splenuid building, together with the grent resorts at Salt Air on the lake. There is also a one reel comedy "The Magic Hootle" in which Tom AVise. the great come dian appears. HOUSE RELUCTANTLY (Contluuc-d from Page One) To reject any agreement might mean the defeat of the bill. The roll call then began on the proposition to accept or reject. Mem bers for the moqt part gave their reasons for voting. Some of them believed that the bill was an excel lent measure: others while criticising it in part said that it was as good a bill as it was possible to secure and a much better one than had been expected. Others said that there was more had than good in it but the people had demanded a land bill and this was the only one in sight. Four votes were registered against the bill on roll call and five mem bers passed. Of the thirty-one pres ent there were not enough remain ing to give the necessary two-thirds vote. But before the roll call was ended all of the members voting in the negative, hut one. changed their votes to aye and all who had passed voted for the bill. Mr. Graham alone held out and he dictated a. protest against the passage of the measure which he said was contrary to a plank of the Cochise county plat form : , m The result of the roll call was: Ayes Acuff, AusWn. Berry Bu chanan, Christy. Claypool. Cook, Kd wards. Karrell. Klanugan. Francis, Goodwin, Johns. Lanford, Lee, Lines. Marlar. Merrill, Mahoney, McClain. Newbury, Orthel, Pinkley, Powers, and should be enacted. Members last January thought it ought to be done I in thirty days ami that there should I still be left time enough to frame a i general appropriation bill. But eon- templating a land code and framing :one are two very different things. It took longer to get the perspective so .that the different interests could get the the rights of other takes still longer to compromise and nothing could be done without compromise. A land and bill might have been passed in the Mr. first s. ssion but for an entangling alliance with the mine tax bill and for the state of mind into which the house and the senate hud been thrown the animosities that grew out. of the mine tax bill fight. The Morning in tho House j of' certain officers The house in the morning session county was taken up managed to wade through a mass of ,t statement of its business and loaded the senate up with food for thought, if it will only partake of It. After the transaction of accumulated matter the hous. en gaged in the third reading and p.'?-s-ege of bills. Among this uceumu l.ttd business wan a protest from the Snowball Miners' I'nion of Mohave county protesting against the land bill because it had made no provi sion for the retention of the fifty thousand acres of land granted to the state tor a miners' hospital. The piotest was made too soon. The bill as it passed the house contained no such provision but the defect was cured In the senate by an amend ment offered by Mrs. Munds. The first bill passed in the morn ing was one providing for the crea tion of another division of the su perior court in counties having a population of 3n.00n and a major fraction thereof. The hill construed the population of Maricopa to be so great and without that construction t lecied to the county could not avail itself of have been the proposed law for though it no has not been discovered doubt has n population of more than cases have been taken ui the epithet sieaker said be had notneard it, Mr. Graham made the conflict three-cornered by replying: "If you had been presiding over this house as you should have been, yon would have heard it." After some sigorous hammering of the speaker's desk the house reverted to the consideration of the bill which was finally passed. The next bill passed without deba'e. It was one appropriating $233.'M) for the salaries of the members of the land commission between March 11 .lone 1 The vote was to 10. Kichardson said that he would not oppose the bill if it had come to a vote after the action of the house on the land bill but in the cir cumstances he would vote against it. I The Karns bill from the senate i making some changes in the salaries j of certain officers in Santa Cruz and passed after purpose by Mr. Farrell. The last bill of the morning ses sion was one for the relief of Navajo and Apache counties making an ap propriation of I30.00U to aid the set tlers whose lands and crops were destroyed by the floods caused by the breaking of the Lyman reservoir last April. Mr. Proctor the author of the bill had succeeded lately in adroitly excavating it from the committee and advancing it on the calendar. There j was little objection to the bill on the roll call though some of the members in previous speeches deplored the precedent being established. Among 'these members was Mr. Christy who had likewise voted for the bill creat ing another judge for this county, j voting yes, under protest. The bill I was passed by a vote of '19 to 1. I The last bill passed was one relat ing to the certification of transcripts , to the supreme court. Many clerks and some superior courts have neg- ign the transcripts which sent up and that defect until the The bill j fried chicken that is fried chicken. Don't you want to taste the tip-toppest fried chicken you ever put in your mouth? A brown, crispy crust on the outside and just full of the chicken juice (no grease) on the inside? Fry it in Crusto Kive you a'.l the chicken taste because it itself is tasteless. Saves all the chicken juice because you can get it so hot without burning, that the mmute you drop the chicken in the pan a cri ;p crust is fried around the meat w hich keeps the pease out and the flavor in. Lard and "nutter burn long before Crusto will. urd costs no less and sn t as good. Cooking butter costs more and doesn t approach it. Use Crusto fer iard and but ter purposes all but bread-spreading. FRIED CHICKEN AM flCRVCO AT SOUTHLAND MOTEL DALLAS T ALL GROCERS COMES CI TIOHT TINS. S SIIES- fT)TTCTn ' L. . L... 6L., I0L..O..IOL. CRUSTO Houston. Texas twice .10. ftOO, such a population is not shown by any official census. There was some opposition by out side members to the hill but the op IM.nents did not include Mr. Johns of Yavapai who heaped a shovelful of red ht coals on the heads of the Maricopa members. He reminded them that only lately they had re fused to vote for a bill of his iiv tended only for his own county hut he would let bygones be bygones. Bather Jocularly he said that he did not leliee that Maricopa really needed another judge. "You claim." said he. "that your docket is run ning behind. If you would keep your judge at home and at work that would not be the ca.se. The other day when he ought to have been re ducing the docket in this county he was up in our county raising a dis turbance and sending a lot of our most eminent citizens to jail. Let him stay at home, and attend to his business." Mr. Johns to the disposition of bootlegging ca-seR by ford The consideration of enlivened by a warm tween Mr. Goodwin and Mr. Graham. The latter replying to the advocacy of the bill by the former said that another division of the court was not needed here and he did not believe it was wanted. Under the terms of the bill he said, an additional court ' could be forced upon Cochise county. Mr. Graham eseciully resented the provision of the bill for the appoint ment of a judge by the governor, un til one could be elected. , Mr. Goodwin replied that he had expected this outbreak from Mr. Gra ham; he knew It was coming, for Mr. Graham wa a Isirn obstructionist , who had voted against everv useful . authorizes the supreme court to di rect the certification of such tran script s. Flagstaff, Ariz, had reference the Present! 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