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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1918 NOTED HIG ! MIL SET FOB 11 AIDERS OF THIS SUIF Mr. .1. W. U F.irstcr of Toronto, Can H'ki, is at woik on the liortrait ot an .Arizona pioneer, the late Roy. Charles H. Cook of Saeaton. Lh. Cook came to Arizona in 1ST0, anil from that time to 3:H gave himself unreservedly for the Imlians of this district. He died on May 4, HUT. Tho'isii the last years of his life were spent in Iowa his heart was still in Ar izona. The monument to his work is luiiml in the i'nna tribe and in the school which bears his name, estab lished in J'hoenix for the training of Indian young men as Christian leaders mnong their own people. The portrait when completed is to be hiinK on the vails of the Charles H. Cook flible t-choul. I'lioenix is to lie congratulated on the prospect of bavins a specimen of the work of one 'of the most drtlnguiKhed Canadian portrait painters. Mr. Kor nfer hUH done work for almost all of Hie leading institutions in Canada, in- 1 1 1 1 1 1 n si the bouses of parliament at Ot u and Toronto, and many of the . ulleses. Ilia paintings of the Wesley group for Victoria university, Toronto, have been declared by competent critics to present the best likenesses of the AVes- leys, and were reproduced in the Out look and in recent Wesley histories. These, portraits were made in England where he bus done a good deal of other work. With a view to making draw ings fr his painting "The Royal .Household" he was permitted to be present at a private service for Queen Victoria and her household in the roy al chapel Windsor, at the time of the nueen's diamond jidiilee. More recently lie was given commissions for portraits of the late Lord Roberts of the Uritish urmy and of Sir Gilbert l'arker. Mr. Kurster is also well known for bis work for distinguished Americans, lie was invited to the White House by Ihe former Mrs. Wilson, herself an Hrtist, to paint her portrait. This paint ing is in the possession of the pres ident. Mr. Forster, accompanied by Mrs. Korstcr is enjoying a short vacation visiting friends in the west. They were interested in coming to Phoenix by Mr. and Mrs. tieo. Logie of this city, MrtS. liopic. being a cousin of Mr. Forster. They came by way of the Apache trail and were very favorably impressed by what, they have seen of our Arizona scenery and I'lioenix climate. After a brief stay in the valley they expect to visit California returning east later by way of the Grand Canyon. o . D ill THUD HERE Through the courtesy of A. R. Gatter of the Arizona Kfintcrn. the chamber of commerce is advised that the growing of hemp in the Imperial valley is prov ing profitable, anil a crop which ma tures quickly, leaving the ground in ex cellent condition for a crop of corn. c. K. Sullivan, acting farm advisor of Imperial county, California, has written .o K. 1". Taylor extension director cf Arizona, regarding the growing of hemp. He states, "A fair crop was raised, for which the grower received HT.50 a ton. It takes 100 days to pro duce this crop, at a cost of 25 an icre. leaving a profit of about 62.50 an icre. Probably, this crop will be tried nit at the Mesa experimental farm this season. BOOSTS PHOENIX The February 'sEUie of the "Karth," published by the Santa Fe, railway at Kansas City, has in excellent article by Mrs. K. H. Ab vtt, matron of the Phoenix municipal est. room. The title is "Advantages 'or woman in the Salt River valley." There is an illustration of the rest oom, and also one showing a scene in 'Oastlnke park. Copies of this number nay be obtained at the Chamber of ' 'on'.iTieive v.iihin i few days C. A. Streitz and Pochard Partham who were taken into custody on Wed nesday night charged' with aiding an enemy by befriending Tritterman, a fugitive enemy alien from an intern ment camp were yesterday admitted to bail in the sum of $10,000 each and their hearing was set by the federal authorities for tomorrow. In the story of The Republican yes terday describing the arrest nf the Phoenix men, it was stated that Trit terman had been for a short time em ployed at Griebel's grocery. Mr. Pilch er, the manager of the grocery and ex ecutor of the Griebel estate said that that was not quite accurate. Tritter man had called at the grocery seeking work but there was no employment there for him. Mr. Pilcher who knew nothing about him, gave him work for a short time at his home setting out trees and shrubbery. GERMAN EXPOSE Republican A. P. Leased Wire WASHINGTON, Feb. 7. Documents published' today by the Petit Parisien in its" series of articles exposing Ger many's world - wide plots for sabotage, Am Qeb8Cipb Kcc Yee Kee and Mrs. Yee Kee, 220 South Second street, quarreled. Mrs. Yee got the best of it in the quarrel. As a matter of fact she insisted on having the last word, and she did. Mr. Yee it is alleged got sore at that. It preyed on his mind, so to speak, until ge got fighting mad. That is where the story begins. Mr. Yee and Mrs. Yee, it is charged by the police, got so mixed in their altercation that they made noises, not unlike the cracking of bones and the breaking of heads, that could be heard all over the neighborhood. The conflict was waged for some time before it dawned upon the startled neighbors that somebody might get a knock out. Policeman Sullivan and Bob Anderson responded to the call for help. They arrested the Yee couple and left them to cool off at the po lice station. Later they each fur nished bail in the sum of $10, which they forfeited by failing to appear for trial. But the loss" of the bail money, the police report, has had a tendency to keep peace in the fam ily since the arrest. DOUGLAS FIB1 KS ATGDLUW1BIATDDAY revolution and strife in enemy and neutral lands were the subject of a long i ff icial dispatch received here tonight from Paris. It is needless to introduce to the theatergoers of Phoenix the film star at the Columbia today. Douglas Fair banks, who is said to be the greatest star in movies, will again thrill his admirers in his greatest picture, "The Lamb." It is claimed by critics to be a picture which affords him more op portunities to show his skill and clever ness than any other picture he has 1 ever made. It tells a story of a meek eastern I boy who was the goat of his com j munity, always looked upon as a cow- ard. One day he takes it upon him i self to wander out into the world, and he finally lands somewhere on the border of Mexico. While there he takes part in fighting an army of MexioHns and in the battle proves he is not a coward but a real hero. The way he proves this is the remarkable part of this great photo drama. Thrill ing and hair raising stunts one right after the other in the real Douglas Fairbanks way carries this picture to a wonderful finish. In addition to this feature, little Mary McAllister will be seen in a two-part drama, "The Little White Girl." Those who love this sweet little actress will sure have a real treat in this feature. JUNIOR CLASS PLAY IS TO BE SEEN HHST TIME THIS EVENING I L bill iYk'il . . i y -?i r.!f ..,'.'"..u.ll s i . '' " & 7 . RASPUTIN To Make Mexicans Act While engaged in filming some ex citing scenes for the Butterfly picture, starring Harry Carey and called by the alluring title of ""Straight Shoot ing," Director Jack Ford expressed his dissatisfaction with the lack of "pep" shown by the band of Mexicans who were playing the part of 'Black Pete's Gang" in the picture. "What's the matter with those fel lows?" he said to Carey. "They haven't any pep. Can't we stir them up some way; they are supposed to be desperate outlaws!" "Don't you know," asked Carey, "that that bunch ot Mexicans are all Carranzistas?" Tell them that they're all fighting against Villa that ought to get 'em." "Fine idea," said Ford, calling his interpreter into action. The result was a magnificent scran and half a dozen Mexicans sent to the hospital for minor repairs. The result w ill be seen at the fiaza theater Friday only, when "Straight Shooting" is run there. "My Wife Did This" Promptly at 8:00 o'clock tonight the curtain at the high school auditorium will raise and the annual junior class play will start. This annual event is always considered the lead of all high school theatricals and the class of 1913 has put fort every effort to make the play this year all that the public could ask. Prof. H. W. Stauffacher, who, staged the never-to-be-forgotten "A Woman's Honor" last year, is again at the helm. The cast for "Her Golves" was se lected after weeks of tryouts and un der most severe trials. The following will make up the cast: Ogle Detweiler, the star athlete, Roy Owens. Donald Scott, Walter Stottze, Edward Langs ton. Mary Fitch, Beatrice Jackson, Ruth Burtis, Betty Barry and Ethel Holsinder. Seventy-four members of the class are working on three big phases of the business end under three depart ment heads with Adelo Newcomer as business manaer. Helen Symonds, ad vertising manager, and Lloyd Eisele, house manager. The scene for the pfay deserves men tion. A living room of the very latest design has been arranged. The Dorris- Heyman Furniture company will fur nish the very latest creation in furni ture that match the walls. The Pacific Gas and Electric company will fur nish the material for a unique lighting system never used in an amateur play and Shoups Lumber company will fur nish real French doors and windows. As a whole the scene will represent a study in modern homes. The Juniors have also prepared a 24-page program which will give many new features in program making. Music will be furnished by the high school orchestra under the direction of Miss Margaret Walsh. A group of Glee club girls will present a special act between acts one and two. Miss Walsh also has charge of this. How ever something will be doing in its place. All in all the Junior play to night will work a climax in amateur theatricals. A big matinee will be giv en tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. There are a few good seats left for tonight .which can be secured at the door. " Elks'. Attraction Today A W oman's Way" is the alluring title of the big melody play that Ed. Redmond and his company of musical comedy players are presenting at the Elks theater this week. The play will be staged tonight, tomorrow matinee tomorrow night and Sunday matinee and night for the last time The unusual but happy blending of keen society satire along with peppery musical numbers combined to form a fascinating entertainment and wide opinion proclaims "A Woman's Way" one ot the best Redmond offerings. Prominent in the cast of " AWoman's way is fcd. Redmond, Myrtle Ding wall, Joe Kemper. Marvin Hammnnrt Billy Cochran, Josephine Dillon Minor Reed,, Mrs. Ed. v.edmond, ' Eddie .micneu, Bobbie Deane and Jack Stevens. The musical features are especially pieasing, cnief among them being "The Song of the Soul," "The Daughter of nume uiiraay, "Troo-Loo-Rool-La,' Mother Machree," "Fancy You l-'ancy ing Me" and "How Is Dixie?" iue next Redmond production will lic swura next week, commencing with me weunesaav matinee nprfnrnm, anu is entitled "Cupid s Prescription ROSPUTIN AT HIP A peasant Monk came out of the ui internal illiterate Rnom become the greater power in the former Kingaom ot the now deposed czar. He called himself "Rasputiny." Filthy and illiterate, this charlatan held with in his unlettered mind the power to rule men and women like a demon hypnotist. Under the cloak of religion, he gained 'v 1 j? 'ft. j-' HASP! TIN, TXF. BLACK MOfOL I "THE BLACK MONK" A wonderful picture done from the facts surrounding the rise and fall of this lustful charlatan who hypnotized female Russia. ' A' lavish production with a cast of over 100 splendid actors in cluding seven stars. Exactly as presented at Clune's Auditorium where it commanded advanced prices No advance here. Phone for screen time Avoid standing. Coming Sunday "The Bar Sinister" By the Producer of "The Barrier" the confidence of the czar of all the were all engaged in. and have all been Russias and later when he exerted his' baleful influence on the mother of the children of the weak ruler, he was taken up by Russian society and be came the toasted idol of the hour. This licenEious, cruel. illiterate charlatan priest desecrated the sanctity of the homes of some of the most in fluential men of the great domain of the Russian Bear. His uncanny, power over women led finally to his undoing, but not until most of Russia's beautiful women had fallen under his magnetic and baleful spell. He wrapped them around his dirty fingers like strands of yarn', to ao with them as he willed. Women who stood for highest in ideals of re ligion, culture, literature end home life submitted to the lustful passions of this charlatan as if under some powerful hypnotic spell. How he was at last unmasked and sent to his death is told in a splendidly correct reproduction of the historical facts surrounding Rasputin and his reign. The World Film company of fers Montague Love, June Elvidge, Arthur Ashley, Irving Cummings and a half hundred other famous screen actors in this remarkable version of the life of "Rasputin," Black Monk, and despoiler of virtue in Russia. recorded in making this production. which will go down as the greatest Western spectacle ever presented. In addition to the round-up scenes. Mack Sennett is presenting Louise Fazenda and Slim Summerville in his latest comedy concoction,"A Kitchen Lady," said to contain a genuine laugh in every foot of film. Augmenting the entire program tht ever interesting Paramount Picto graph and the Bray animated cartoon are also being shown. Exciting Cowboy Pictures at Lamara For today and tomorrow the Lamara is showing the scenes of the great Pendleton, Oregon, roundup, a picture thai .has caused more of a sensation than any similar picture ever made. Cowboys, the. champions of the world in their specialties, were on hand, as were cowgirls and Indians, and any number of the wildest horses that I could be obtained. The observer is soon conscious, in witnessing the film of the great danger to life and limb, which the participants undergo. In more than one instance the riders were hurled so violently to the ground that they remained there senseless and mo tionless as the camera faithfully re cords them being carried away to the hospital. The winners of the Pendle ton round-up are truly winners of the world championships, for there was never held a more dangerous, nor ex citing, nor nerve racking contest than this last one held in the little city of Oregon which forms the gateway to what is left of the West as we love to think of it. Bulldogging, wild horse races, bucking contests, roping exhi bitions and, in fact, all the sports that go to make up a typical frontier day. You Are Interested in the War Free Lecture On The I nvisible Side of the War By L. W. ROGERS Xoted Lecturer, Author and Psychologist. You Should Hear It. IT IS FREE Monroe School Sunday Eve On Monday eve Mr. Rogers speaks at the Woman's Club Building on Do We Survive Death - There will be four more lectures. See papers for particulars LET 'ER BUCK! The Greatest Western Spectacle Ever Thrown on a. Screen Exciting Dangerous Thrilling The Pendleton, Ore., Roundup The World's Greatest Cowboys in Championship Contests Also Mack Sennett Comedy "A Kitchen Lady" Today LAMARA Today 2 Discoveries '1 in cake 1 in economy We had a friend who was very sure that without expens ive butter you couhl not make a real cake. She was quite stub born about it. Pre ferring not to argue, we just gave her a can of wholesome Cottolene and a cook book. This friend, Miss S ,took both and made a chocolate cake with Cottolene. If you could have heard her enthuse over that cake you would have thought that economical Cot tolene for cake-mak- her partic- inrr wt ular private discov ery. PerliapS you are like our f riend, Miss S , used to be. Maybe you would like to "discover" the delicious econ omy of Cottolene for your cakes. Why don't you try whole some Cottolene and the very same recipe obelised? Here it is: 'j cup Cottolene 2 cups SUiO" 3 eggs 3 cups flour i , 1 cup milk 3 level teaspoons baking powder teaspoon salt Flavoring. ' Process: Cream Cottolene, add one cup sugar gradually, stirring constantly. Boat yolks thick and light, add remaining cup sugar gradually, continue beating. Combine mixtures, mix and sift flour, baking powder and salt. Add tofirstmix ture alternately with milk. Add flavoring, and fold in the whites of eggs beaten stiff and dry. Bake 15 minutes in a moder ate oven. (But if you prefer one of your own recipes, be sure to use one-third less of Cot tolene than you would of butter. Cottolene goes fai tlier thanks to its greater richness.) ' Cottolene " The Natural Shortening" Yei! Economical Cottolene is lo superior lor all frying and lor all shortening At grocers in tins of convenient sizes Coming The greatest picture spectacle in the world Thos. H. Ince's CIVILIZATION This picture will be shown Saturday only at the PLAZA THEATER First time ever shown at popular prices 15c and 20c Butterfly Pictures Present HARRY CAREY "Straight Shooting" With MOLLY MALONE A story" of a western bad man who turned to the right through the influence of a haunting pair of hazel yes. Story by George Hively Produced by Jack Ford At the Plaza Theater COLUMBIA Features Little Mary McAlister In "The Little White Girl" And Douglas Fairbanks In "The Lamb" Also Mutt and Jeff Tomorrow: Special school children Matinee 2:00 P.M. We Pay the War Tax A ELKS THEATER Brandon Bros. Lessees and Mgrs. 717 Phone 717 TONIGHT The ED. REDMOND Musical Comedy Company Presents the Fascinating Melody Play "A WOMAN'S WAY" MIRTH "PUNCH" SPEED MATINEE WEDNESDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY PRICES: Mat 15 & 25c; Nights, 25, 35 & 50c Musical Entertainment Given By Madison Improvement Club FRIDAY Night This is the first "open house" evening "of the Madison Improvement Club in its new home. 25c and 50c Featuring Miss Georgia Mintz Mrs. Ours Dr. and Mrs. Francis Redewill Mrs. Dixie Wadlington Matthie E. H. Martin Walter Lyons Fred N. Martin Indian School Road, 4 miles east of Center A Ik O (A I he PRESENT THEIR ANNUAL SHOW 30 G t trusts 30 rea A scream from start to finish. Greater than ever. You'll be sorry of you miss it Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 11th and 12th . Seat sales open at Elks Theater Box Office Saturday morning at 9:30 A. M.