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WATCH STOLEN IS REPLACED BY FRIENDS iAMUSEMENTS MARGUERITE CLARK IS TTTE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNTXC!, JUNE 23, 191", AT THE ARIZONA TODAY! "I ii --m-Thc r'.irk, mi,' i.f the most am Him' aw! li.ii .mug nrlisls which s r. en pluvs Ji-.v.- to offer, will It i , si ;ii U i' Ai i.:oua 1 ; i i 1. 1 So ;i '.H has boon the growth of this o inning little artist's popularity that i."t t .t-u Vary i.-ivfi.rd is a greater 'i .i n iii-r i .r.:. hi' -a ill lie seen iii ho F;in:..i: Havers' l-rouiivtion. '('.i.Ina. ".recti." uie celebrali d com ody - roma nee. I y iliMn' Livingston T "amiss. This qiaint and picturesque I lay possess, s ail the arcing elements ss.nti.i! to v;a cessi ill sci von -1 ra ma ---I"' r, sar:tioc. junior. mvMcry anil tliril! am! is laid in tin' period of I he early ii.eteer.th century, when luring clopemi ills tn rot tin. Ciwii, a limr's liavin in thf north of Scot land, addon a dish of excitement to j'-.aiiy true love matches. In "'Jretna th'-ci!." Marguerite t lark potlravs t,ic character of Holly KrsMno. a little iauzlish hollo and ;i bit tif a flirt, who queeris it over the beaux of the realm with pcucr- sway until she loses Iht heart nr. Irr iroumstances both, liunioroiis and dramatic. V. f. McCulloch, who wont through tho extremely liiirruwinu experience of In ioi; hold nil and relieved of a small amount of oasli and a much prized gold watch, is today going ahoiil town wearing a large and naluHrious smilo, duo to tho fact that lias watch has lioon l' placed, m. Mr. McCnlliuli has a nnmlior of friends in the neighborhood of tho In dian School and at Vaughn Hro's (iin oory. who wore oMoedingly grieved to li arn of his loss, and being in a bone ficioiit mood, it was suggested that they take op a collection and make him a present of a now one. The collection was started. It grow and il grew. It finally reached tho magnificent sum of ono hnndred cents. An Inoer-ol worth a like amount was purchu-a-a. It was presented. There were si I'i'ciii's and expressions of good W ishes. Til' tall' is told. EMPRESS HAS STROM i EN The ottering for tho next throe days nt tin- Kmprcss will ho a I.ubtn drama, in I'iko .arts "Who Violates the Law" ieaturing two son on favorites that will sur ly ho welcomed ay. tin in 1'hoenix as t h have tucii seen for some time. They ;lio Arthur Johnson and l.i'Ilir Ihisioe. The spry is founded 'ii the fait that Saituf I Hack, knua iagly alloy, s Mother Huhliard. proprio tri so of tao I tark Sc. rot. near tho Soid ;oi ., iom t.. soli liquor to old -soldiers. The; causes many sei ions contpiica la.iis a. nl many dangerous and thrilling ir. iiinst.inc. s arise. Through it all, lb. re js a st ! of abounding love win. h causes the hen. to !.e willing to lav doan his life f.,r tho irl of hii4 h"icc and in his endeavors to save her In-in a burning building they are both .rcome with smoke and are rescued by polac Two pn! (iiii'dios and a Ibarst S. !ilt , ek! e.,in; h ie a very oritor t ; i i i 1 i s , r pio-rain. worlds t'lat has Pon achiovod for the moiion picture. The "W'iio I"ayi" installment is called "il! '.ss Houses" a most interesting story that shows ti e danger arising from a little Pit of untruth uttered as a jest. ' A CHId of God" at Lion fyrihs Tow Tisend r.rady is tho author of "A Child of liod" a Mutual Master picture, which is tho attraction at the Iaon theater today. It is a drama of love and regeneration and shows the ledemi tion of a rouyh ranchman. There is a Ihrillin- railroad w reck which is intensified hy mar.v daring deeds of life savin-'. ITancolia r.illington I'lavs tho loading feminine part and Sain I e ilnisse the part of the rancher. "A Child of Cod" is one of tho host of Cy rus Tow nsend Urady's stories that have he n put into film form and in a ster ling attraction. "A Child of Cod" is shown in four parts at the I. ion theater today and tomorrow. Plaza The pr.-ram at the Plaza today is a siroii.: oil. "The Spender" a two part picture of 1:1 .at repute, is the feature and ":, r S. . S. Calf a great comedy is anot her fine attraction. "For the Cood of the Cause" a drama and "The Young i'i ilanhro,ist" make up the dill l!einning next Saturday. Juno the l'niciil serial "The Master Key" wiM l.o shown (.:ii li week at tho Plaza. This serial js enough to draw attention to any theater; hut tho Plaza will also show "Ti e Twenty Million i.iolkir Mys ter" and each Sunday will show a Pig f.aturo direct from the Pantages theu t r at San Francisco. doings are naiuated to take place at the shortly. iXa The Heat D.-stroyor 1 n at Piverside park those davs tlare ai" lumdreiN and hu'i.lre.is . 1" I 'pie .- .'i.ia.- r. fr.:--e from the heat of the tov ii and tie v find it l-.,r soon- r'-l.'on whi'h has lever locli at i'actor.j;. e,pfained, Tia-r.- is ;.!-w.i- s a Iti . -it Ui.trsido and it is 0.4 and iie!;"hu"al tui tho hottest ihv of sunim r. Tod i v is fi osli-viater day. for tho it, p'd w.i;: enipti'-d and 1I1.1110I !a-i loyh.i, and '..fore :; o'elo.k this afternoon M.ere will he six f .- t of water in il and it w i!i i fiowieg i''ir ! evening. As usual, wom.n an 1 ill chialreii will he adr. itted free ! the- park this after a until 1 .Vf k. A fi-at no ivhich will undouotcdly pto-.e very jMit.-ilar with jiietiiokers :ind paf oi.s ,,r the park is t'n- new trim si. hi.! which Ceor-'-- Parrot has just in. iallo.1. A hi'-T stock of iced frcit is 011 hami at all time, and pii -lik. r.s will ho alile to l.i.y i in any i.uanliiy. In nddiri in to this, a -up-Ily .f a!! the latest magazines is sept on hand, and tho many peop!" v. h go to tao park in the morning to rest an. 1 read v, id find this a great f 1 n v enionee. Tonight in the dance pavilion V. I.. King and oariner will give an oxii: litani of the Wall7 Faldahie for the fit.- t t irue in I'h .01 ix. Colisiurn Zulek -t" mad- a hit at the Coli s "m last tpght. Not that a hit is i.nythiug n"w or unusual at this theater. for they have 1 o' o;no so common,, Jaoe av-ly as to he almost a drug in the market; but f n ts mu; t be f hioniepd. laliv- !fo!iso and Jiri'iny .Hard scored their usial sue . oos; es. a nd sang a couple i,f songs that writ v.-ry well. Ihhy House playtd a straight ie;;d ". r the first li'.io siia-e li.' has been hero, and proved himself ;; real actor. Jlomstf lie Jlid. Some i.f the song successes v.'ore: 'i, !Ioa She Dance-:." I Iijui't Po Iu'vm in I ire,-ins." !.. n't You Jlind, J'y Hoiu y," aud "Swco!;. . .ruddle. ! i'.o." - r Serial Days at Lamara "no of 1 he interesting pictures of the picsent lnsl I'lniont of the Kxploits of Klain'" now being isliown at the l.a in aia tlieafer is the work of a military inoiioj.la n . a military or.-norod nnlo rtiobile, and the testing of a new explo sion used in bomb dropi ing, which is ioiie "ny iieioplane, together with the. de idly nature of the steel darts that are in id extensive ly in the present war in Purope. . The work of Arthur P. Keevo the author of these i torii s in popularizing re-out scientific discover ies i.; on'1 of the greatest -ducat ional RICHES FREE TO ALL A man without a penny in hi. po.k.'t can stand on the top of ,1 111! ovirieoking mibs upon mih-s of iiaauow land, forest ;.n,i estates, he an hi! Ids eyes to the blue sky ud count the birds that skim ath.vait the azuio; he can fill his lung's ui!h the purest ozone, and 1. rink sparkhng water from tho soring; if he is high enough he ean pluck the hardy flowers that seek tie- rooks. And as he stands there, full of health and vigor, ho ran sa : "All this is niira Ibis hill and yon der meadows and forest, the blue sl;y and til.- birds, the cooling sjuing and the flowers all tins is mine to en joy while I live, if I will, and the wealth of earth ooiild not buy it for any mar"" P is a si ! ndi.l thought for tin opcoiug of .-pii:; . wii'm nature gowna earth 111 its prettiest dresses of many colors and u h n the trees are alive with feathered choirs. It is a file tiling to tp a -iir" up in one's soui v hen tin- streams are gurgling throng!; green glassed vales, and in :ho shadows trout are playing. That. lYoviih no makes no distinction among men, that he who has eyes to see the glories of oriation. uos tuls to inhale the fragrance of lh wood.;, i.'irs to hear the music of the bird,-, hands to feel she velvet texluie of tho glass this is the greatest gift f the omnipotent. that all these things belong equally to all men and 110 wall may be built around them. Fver.thing Hint is in the earth and on it in tho waters and in th" skies, i : the common nossess-ion of all v.ho have sou to comprehend the rich ness of o"". Wei-,, ad the treasuries of man ernpti'd in'o ,,:c heap, trie gold wo nd riot add ; single hue to Nature's work, nur give to the pos sessor of it ail a single privilege not the fro- gift to all men. True, some men have ensiles while others have huts, some tide in motors whil- hers trudge, some are wailed upon by serv'lors while others turn th' rndl. pot down at the bottom of all this is He- fact that only he who un derstands is truly rich onlv that man whose h-aring ears interpret lh'hllv the song of the sileiee.s, whose seeing yes are the windows of his soul. Millionaires? They are few, and many of 1 ben unhappy. Th" mate rial things of this earth verily arc tru.sh. and erdv the great tilings, the magnificeni things, have value. And .In- gifl of Providence to all men In common i.s that ranst glorious mani festation of spri g that calls all men outdoors. - - Piel m.on 1 Tiiri"S-I)is-patch. SrilMAIilNTl MOTION PICT1TIKS. I.AMARA. TI'KSMIAY.-Ailv. dm --olreshment like this makes shopping so much easier 50c.. 60c.. 70c. and $ 1.00 r-r pi Jt -'. 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Mobile Pegistor. o HOW THE GREAT HORNED OWL TURNS HIS HEAD One November night the farmer's wife hear dsomething taking the hens, which roosted conveniently in trees, several night;; she htard it und the farmer went to worlc and trapped .1 great horned owl or cat owl. His face, his ears, nis colors and mark ings and his spiteful hissing arc. strikingly similar to tho mammal, the domestic cat. We brought tho great horned owl home in a box. He ate nothing while in tho box, but would glare, hiss and snap his mandibles, turning his head to watch every move of the enemy, as ho considered humans. Owls' eyes are fixed ' in the orbits and can't be moved, so the head must be turned instead of the eyes. As the unwink ing, uncanny eyes followed us with his moving head, it became a. wonder to know what Tip did as one -walked entirely around him and his neck was not twisbd off as il seemed it. must be in his plan for cascleshiy watt h ing. j It was (lis. overed that when his t head was turned to a point to look almost direct I.,- behind him, it would then bo snapped around to that point on the other side so quickly that one could scarcely roe what hud oeeurred, and the head seemed to have been turned completely round and round in an impossible way. The doctor took tho owl out of his box with gloved hands, and deposited him in a granary to feast 011 rats with wasle moats, like pigs' livers, lor change. His talons clasped too tightly the friendly arm, and his hooked beak made, a, big bruise in tin) gloved land that released him from his cramped quarters. He seemed never to drink water, and 110 doubt, ho found the blood of his vic tims sufficient for drinking and bath ing purposes. He never learned to eat when anyone was looking or ceased to regard us with anything but the looks of deadly fear and hate. As nature made him unable to live nn vegetable food, and he had been obliged to slay his own quarry, how could he he expected to look and live the Golden Hule. The fourth week of February and thereafter the groat horned owls be gin nesting, either in holes or trees or in deserted hawks' or crows' nests. Our owl called around him what seemed to be three of his species from three directions in nearby woods, and their calls were heard all the spring. "I loo-hoo-hoo, hoo-hoo-hoo, M'hoo;" for hoot owl is one of their common names. The sound is not sharp, but so full, round and withal melodious that it is not noticed by passers-by, bat seems a part of the woodsy atmosphere. Since our owl was released he and his friends have been listened for, but have not been heard. Springfield, Mass., Republican. FIGHTING TRIEST IN THE BELGIAN TRENCHES WATCHES BATTLE -v r-. 1 . HtJ ' rr - -v M IT,' -il li a . . fc.oi Jt,.' ... ... l A fi.ul'.linir priest in a Belgian trench with-a gun crew. Photo was taken clur ng a recent not engagen't'iu Hi Fi:iiH.V; s ( inc. of the Belgians is seen lying dead. '