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Arizona republican. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1890-1930, January 05, 1918, Image 6

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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1918
ILPblT
GOES UNHEEDED
Alleyins that "common people are
freer in their actions than society peo
ple," M. A. Woodward in a petition for
a. writ of habeas corpus for R. V.
1'arks and Mrs. Lizzie Allen, explains
the position of the couple, held in the
county jail on the. charge of adultery.
The petition was brought on the ground
that sufficient evidence was not intro
duced ;it the preliminary examination
before Justice Wheeler to hold the man
and woman, but after a brief hearing
the application for a writ was denied
by Judge Stanford.
In his petition Jlr. Woodward. ad
mitted that ilrs. Allen, who is the
mother of four children, would some
times don her kimona and while Parks
slept, rest by his side. This he Baid
she did in full view of all and that Mr.
Parka was always very respectful in
his manner and never hugged or kissed
her or showed her any sign of affection.
The complaining witness, Leslie Al
len, the husband of the woman, is
charged in the petition with being on
probation in Los Angeles county for
wife beating. The family is poor and
to make ends meet Mrs. Allen took
Parks as a boarder, claims the attor
ney. He occupied tile largest room in
the house, the house being in the 200
block on Monroe street. This room
opened into the bedroom occupied by
.Mrs. Allen and her daughters. Parks
is alleged to be a heavy sleeper and
after he retired the family used his
room as a living room, the mother often
reading to the children after the supper
dishes were washed and put away.
When she became weary she would rest
on the bed w ith Parks. This, claims
Woodward, is customary with the poor
er classes and should not be taken to
mean more than it actually does. He
points out this fact to show , how
groundless are the charges against the
defendants,
PATHETIC CASE IS
SETTLED If'J
T
Brought to a dramatic climax
when the defendant became hysteri
cal on the witness stand and wat
taken fainting from the court room,
the. case of the state versus Mrs.
Jacob Aaron' was disposed of by '
Justice Wheeler, who held Mrs.
Aaron under a $100 peace bond and
made the suggestion that the county
authorities look into her mental con
dition. The action on peace bona
was brought by Mrs. B. K. Marks,
who alleged that Mrs. Aarot. had
made serious threats against her
life and who, on the stand yesterda,
testified that she did not feel safe
while Mrs. Aaron was at large.
"I do not believe the woman is
sane," declared Mrs. Marks.
"Then why not institute insanity
proceedings rather than criminal ac
tiot.?" asked the counsel for the
defense.
Mrs. Marks testified as to the
street episode of several days ago.
She said she was passing Mrs.
Aaron's fruit stand at the corner of
Second and Washington streets when
Mrs. Aaron attacked her, crying she
would spill her blood as her dead
son's blood had been spilled. She
declared that one of her earrings
had been broken, and a button torn
loose on her coat, but denied thai
she had struck Mrs. Aaron and
stated that if the latter's glasses
had been broken she had done ii
herself while madly waving her
arms. Mrs. Marks said she was in
tensely afraid of Mrs. -Aaron.
J. M. Durand, a Mexican eye wit
ness, corroborated Mrs. Marks' testi
mony. Ho stated that Mrs. Marks
bad attempted to stay off her ag
gressor. Mrs. J. M. Callahan, who saw the
i nd of the trouble, witnessed Mrs.
Marks take Mrs. Aaron's hands and
back off from the scene.
Xormai!' Feekings, an 11-year-old
boy, was one of the many who sav
only the end of the encounter. He
picked Mrs. Aaron's glasses from
the street and returnee them to her,
he said, when they fell from the
sweater she was wearing to the
street. Mr. Marks was the last
witness for the state.
UNUSUAL CASE
CONIES UP HERE
Although Colonel K. S. Breen has re
linquished the work of the adjutant
general in connection witlT the opera
tion of the selective service law in Ari
zona, letters still pursue him from
members of local boards and other as
sistants in the examining of registrants
who are under the impression that
Colonel Breen has the fixing of their
pay and is grinding them down to the
least possible amount. One physician
writes:
"I was the only physician in the
county who could or would serve as
re-examining physician. I live ten
miles from the county seat and this
necessitated me making a drive of 20
miles each day and a corresponding
heavy expense, as follows: 31 trips, 20
miles each, 620 miles at 20 cents a
mile, $124; SI dinners at 50 cents each,
$15.50; total, $139.50.
"I regret very much," replied Colonel
Hreen, "that there is no provision other
than that shown in the regulations cov
ering expenses for additional or re-examining
physicians. I fully realize that
the amount allowed is insufficient, but
it was presumed by the government
that additional physicians would serve
more or less without pay, owing to the
patriotic nature of the work engaged
in. If there were any way in which
additional pay could be secured, I would
Kladly pay same."
The pay allowed by the government
for physicians in this work is 51 per
day.
F. J. HASKINS IS
PHOENIX VISITOR
Frederick J. Haskins, the well known
newspaper correspondent for many
years, and now head of the Frederic
J. Haskins bureau, Washington, spent
yesterday in the city on his way to the
coast. Mr. Haskins is the author of
many books, the best known of -which
is "The American Government" which
is regarded as a handbook. His con
tributions to more than 60 of the lead
ing newspapers of this country cover a
wide range and are marvels, of ac
curacy, showing a deep study of the
matters treated by him.
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