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f fl" r V i 4' THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, API ttL 13, 1918 BRINGING UP FATHER (Copyright 1917 by International News Service) By George McManus 1 WAOUT TONKINS OP SOUTH', I THOOHT "YOO HAD AFAKAVVf LOOK l(H FACE'. foolTj I VVlt YOU TO UNDE,TAnD 1 DON'T ftti HKE NT SELF i ul. ot KKrVT OVER TO MR.JKCj HOO?E - HE HURT CAOLt? STIII TALK 5 Members t the Rotary club, dircc tors of the Phoenix Chamber of Com merce, and tlio Merchants and Manu facturers, ;t ml Bursts of the individual nimilH-rs of tho club, assembled at the regular weekly Rotariun luncheon yes terday noon, listened to the. most in terest in talk delivered before that nrvanizatton in mouths. Thomas llrnoks Klelelicr, lecturer, publisher Rnd thin, er, was the guest of the oc casion, and from him canto an earnest appeal for co-operation not only in business but in all other affairs of daily life. Only through organization and co operation, the speaker declared, can success attend the efforts of any num '"r of men or women. In these trying times, co-operation is more than ever necessary, First impressions are usii nllv lasting ones, he said. He said the " pot in any town attracts first atten tion and tends in givo tin impression yt th" town more than any other in fluence. Thin ref.icnce. to the local l' pot. for It was taken as such, brought ripples of laughter. It was stub, a talk ns could not fail to appeal to. tho uvorago business man, and tho Rot.uians. knowing something of what was to bo expected of Mr. Fletcher, Included the directors of the two commercial bodies in the list of Hit st s of ti.o day. rainusE FOR WHEAT HERE ! IS AGREED UPON IN ANCIENT PADUA Padua, another Italian city recently l omlicd hv the Germans, is twenty-two miles soiahwt st of Venice. It claims its m-i;,-in from the time of Troy und in t'ie height of Home's glorvwas the most important town in northern Italy. It was sacked by the Goths and the Huh. Chaiiemugno wrested it from ' lie l.opsroluirds. WHY WE ARE AT WAR WITH GERMANY By EPHRAIM DOUGLASS ADAMS Executive Head, History Depart ment Leland Stanford Junior University rians for the establishment of a central clearing house to secure an equal distribution of flour to the dealers and consumers under the new six-pound per month wheat ra tioning plan of the food administra tion, were formulated at a representa tive meeting of retail grocers held at the Water Users' building last night. After representatives of the food administration had presented the needs of the present situation and ! shown how u permanent organization j Of thn iri,fa c.tnlri lrt nf innutima. ' blo value. In aiding; the government war program, officers were fleeted and the chair was authorized to ap point a committee of five to work out a, definite comprehensive plan of action and organization. This committee will report at a meeting to bo held at the Water Iscrs' building Monday night at 8 o'clock. G. V. Micklo was named, ns chair man and J. F. Powell as secretary trrasurer. The thanks of the organization was voted the Goldman Grocery company, the Wakelin Grocery company and the Southwest Flour company for their substantial assistance In per fecting the organization. o Do riot wait till Tomorrow phone that WANT AD. to The Republican and dispose of. or get what you want. . United States Food" Administration License (No. G-17540) 1 the lady who said she saved a dollar and ten cents on a five dollar order of groceries purchased here, told her neighbors about it and now several more people are saving considerable money by patronizing VY ' CARRY SYSTEM The prices listed below will convince anj-one that this lady just about told the whole truth Libby's Tomato Soup, 11-oz. can He Opiate, 10 lbs. for 19c No. 2 Karo Syrup (dark) 17c Monkey Scouring Soap 5C New Potatoes, per lb 15C Small Package Polled Oats 12C 1 Cake Poti Ami gc Fresh Green Sugar Peas 7C 2") oz. Farmhouse Apple Butter 21c i :.:1!), Can White Jlcat Tuna . . 19C Large Cottolene, Xo. 30 $2.64 'JG-o-z. Glass Jar Mineo Meat 37c Monarch Catsup . 23c Fresh Cocoanuts, each. ' 15C Tot leys Tea, lo-lh. 35c . Tct ley's Tea, 1 lb. . 54C V)c Bottle Van Puzen's Vanilla Extract 21c -8-07. Jar Farmhouse Jam (All kinds) 33c Onions, 5 lbs. for . 13C Strawberry F.hufcarb, 11 10c i KIP TO YOUR ADVANTAGE IS A TEH' TO 3 3 i9 I Ko I A CASH AND CARRY SYSTEM in tlis New Donomo Building. "The Big White Store on the Corner" No Ka:l- Orders No Delivery "The object of this war is to deliver the free peoples of the world from the menace and the actual power of a vast military establishment controlled by an irresponsible government, which, hav ing secretly planned to dominate the world, proceeded to carry out the plan without regard either to the sacred ob ligations of treaty or the long-established practices and long-cherished principles of international action and honor; . . . This power is not the German people. It is the ruthless mat ter of the German people. ... It is our business to see to it that tho history of the rest of the world is no longer left to its handling."Presider.t Wilson, August 27, 1917." v Wo Fight For Peace and For Self Respect What sort of a peace does Germany nopo to secure? That v. swered in a sentence: a peace which "... euaoie tier to fulfill in the ik. war the aims she has failed to r.ii. fi 1 in this. What is the peace the wisn. jgain the answer Is uiiei. a peace that will make sure that "it shall not happen again." This war has already killed (not maimed or wounded) over 8,000 000 young and vigorous men, yet Germany still believes that war is essential to human nrnpppuo nr, - nowevcr atrocious, is permissible so .k ? .t 1 ,s an or war- Against that theory America has set her will. loes anvone tm rir,,tu, many believes in war? Here are four iduers or Uermany speaking: "Per petual peace is a dream, and it is not even a beautiful dream; war forms part ofthe eternal order instituted By God." "A long peace not only leads to enervation, but allows of the cisience or a multitude of pitiful trembling. mlmliU 'ho cl'ng fast to life with loud cries about their Tight" to exist, block the way for real strength, make the air fetid, and altogether defile the blood of the nation." "The worst of hypoc- ; is me participation by Ger- ; many in Tile Hague Conference." "We must not look for permanent peace as a result of this war. Heaven dofend uermany irom that." And Treltschke, the historian-tutor to the military class of Germnnv. tauirhf nv o-.i over again that war was the only iiit-aus ui acnieving world leadership; that war "is to be conceived as an ordinance set by God": that "war is just and moral, and that the idea of eternal peace is both unjust and im moral and Impossible." These theories, put in practice, have made of Germany the Cain of civilisa tion "his hand against every man's hand." In self-defense and in mere self-respect. America was forced to strike break. Wc could not sit still when we realized that it was nm- t,n,. "to be and In remain the rnt-,n,.L, i moral opponents of the present Ger- i man policy, and of the German state, so long as u noias mis present pol icy, and carries on its present war. . . . Germany, as at present dis posed, is tho willful and deliberate enemy of the human race." (Josiah Royce.) But if there be any who have not his larger vision of the issue of tne war who arc not moved to stake all on the abstract justice of our cause then let them ask themselves what self-respect as a nation demands of America, and of true Americans, under the treatment we received from Ger many. When the European war came in 19H, and while we were still neutral, what insult was not heaped upon our self-respect? The Austrian Ambas sador. Dumba. plotted to organize strikes in our munitions factories, and to buy up agitators t incite workmen to discontent. German spies, now con victed and in Jail, have admitted that they worked under the direction ot high German officials to commit acts in violation of our neutrality. Some of theso same officials have admitted tho expenditure of millions of dollats in Illegal operations conducted "in direct defiance of our laws, and in li solent disregard of international dip lomatic courtesy." Tho catalogue of German crimes In America, and of German agents amongst us, while we were- still neutral, if published in full, would be astoundins almost to dis belief. The German acts have startled us at iast to the knowledge that the nation which permits them without resent ment is no nation In that essential t i;.. ..:t. . . j--vl .on: Ejtrii-IC-BpeCfc, Without that quality, we are but a ma?s or disorganized peoples, having no influence in world affairs, and ul timately at the mercy of tnat state which best Vnows how to carry cn shameless intrigues amongst us. Ger many is that state. We are fighting In tho hopo of saving the world from her immoral ideHs; but we are also fighting to restore our 5!c?lf-respert. This is the eighth of a eries of ton articles by Frofesor Adams. AUSTRALIA'S NEW FtOAD Lucky N mi m i e r SATURDAY A P R I L SATURDAY A P R I L 13th- 13th Anniversary of Bear Success To show our appreciation toward our friends whf have helped ns toward making the Bear Drug Store a success, Bears will give 10 per cent of their sales for Saturday toward the Cro 11 T Fund THE B ss war BEAR in MIND that BEAR'S should be your Drug Store. EAR DRUG STORE Se9 Bears in Window Opp. City Hall Credit I Hallway Age j The new Transcontinental Railway ' of Australia is the first to span the I Australian continent. It has been built i by the commonwealth Itself In conrra I distinction to Australia's other rail ways which are separate systercs I owned and operated by the states. I I The 11114 haa t?,,t 21 mil'.i.iti dollars. nml Is intended for high speed com modioos service. SPORTS PRACTICE SIT 01 SUNDAY IS FUMED The Phoenix Gun club will hold a practice shoot at the rifle range traps Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. The following scores were made at their last shoot: Ray De JIund shot at 122; broke 116. H. Heiicman shott at 50; broke 49. X. Tomlinson shot at 67; broke 62. C. V. Gulley shot at Sj; broko 7(5. W. IS. Twitchell shot at 105; broke 92. 1). E. Morrtll shot at i0; broke 45. Dr. Woodall shot at 100; broke 73. l'rank Woods shot at 13; broko 7. B. J. GilliFpie shot at S5; broke 70. Several of the best shooters in the country will attend the Stato tourna ment that is to te held here' on April 27-20. Amonpr them are the following pro fessionals: lluefl Toston or Sau Fran cisco and Joe ltice of Itisbce represent ing the Hercules Powder company. I"). M. C. company. A. W. Kiuner of Los Anseles. representing the Peters Cart ridge company. Guy Holohnn of I.os . - . . i - . . , . 1 . . -. . -, . , . .... Cisco, represent in srthe Du P,mt Pow der company. Harry Hoyt of Los An steles and Chas. Knight of H.in i"r.in elsco representing the Winchester Arms company. E. L. Mitchell of Los Angeles reprcsentiiiK the tielby timclt Irft ml Lead company. Phoenix shooters ty that the scores made at this tournament will bo the best that have ever been made in this state. ECISIO H AOAirJST DETROIT AGGREGATION VICTORS Republican A, P. Ltaa-d Wire MEMPHIS, April 12. (Exhibition) "-Scores : n it e Detroit Americans ..... S iti l Cfc!tr.aitt Xational! :.:.2- 2 1 BRttries: Sl'tchf'.l. Erickhon ar.d Sianasr; Kller and Allen. SUM BALL ICE Republican A. P. Leased Wire NEW YORK, April 12. Although the assembly rules committee at Al bany today virtually decided against legalizing professional baseball on Sun days in this state, the promoters of tho new International league declared tonight they had fully organized the new circuit and everything gave prom ise ot a successful seaon thia year. Xo changes were made n the cities to which franchises had been awarded and the circuit will embrace Toronto, Buf falo, Rochester, Syracuse, Ringhamp ton. Jersey City, Newark and Balti more. Pour managers were named today as follows: Toronto. Dan llawley; Buffulo. George Wiltse; Syracuse, P. J. Dono van, and Rochester. Arthur Irwin. BROWNS TAKE SECOND niyrrnnyninnirjiin uHi.iLMiur.iufi ST. LOMts, April l, ine econl game of the sprint? city series between the St. Louis National and American league clubs was won by the Browns, 6 to J, makinsr the secjnd defeat fur the Cardinals. Score: R H E Nationals 3 8 'I Americans tt 9 4 Batteries Meadows, Sherdell, rack aid. May. Howard and . Gonzales; Shocker, Sothoron, Davenport and Xunamuke.-. U, OF 0. FALLS TO CUBS GUTHRIE, Okla., April --(Exhibition) Score: R HE Chicago Netlonals 13 14 3 University of Oklahoma 0 3 5 Potterlea: llendiyx and Daly; Meadows and Gentry. STATE BOXING LAW lira Republican A. P. Leased Wire ST. LOUIS. April 12. Holding that the contract existing between John Reisler of New York and Jack Demp sey, heavyweight boxer, is not enforce able because prize ffghting is against the laws of the state of Missouri, Judge Vital W. Garesche of the circuit court today denied an injunction to Reisler seeking to prevent Dempsey from box ing under the management of any man other than himself. DEATH CLAIMS WELL Republican A. P. Leased Wire RED BANK. X. J.. April 12. Harry C. Hnllcnlieck. for more than a quar ter of a century a prominent figure on the American turf, died suddenly at his home here lust nght of paralysis. He was 6.1 years OW. Mr. I tailenbeck o ned Meadowbrook farm at Shrewsbury and a string of famous racing horses, including The Finn, the lion Duk and Adams Express IN COAST LEAGUE STANDING f o.onMiran P. Ld Wi'el Club ' W. I.. Pet. Oakland 7 3 .700 Vernon ..:.. i. ..7 3 .700 Saciamer.to '. '.4' 5 .444 Salt Lake 4 6 .400 San Francisco .....' Los Angeles 4 T .364 Yesterday's Result. Oakland 3, Salt Lake 0. Los Angeles 1. Vernon 0. San Francisco 2, Sacramento 0. . o - 2D TEAM BEATS CHATTANOOGA Republican A. P. Leased Wire CHATTAXOOGA, Tenn., April, 12. (Exhibition) Score: ; - I"lrst game--' R.1I.E. Chattanooga. Southern ........ 1 . 1 New Y'ork Nat'ls 2d teaml 4 1 B-.meries: Enrlght and Taylor; Schupp, Smith and Gibson. TIGERS WALLOP ANGELS S-1 . Republican A. P, Leased Wire At Los Antrcles R. n. rt Vernon .....5 8 - Los Angeles l i t Batteries: Dell and Devormei j Brown, Valencia and Boles. . "i: SOLONS LOSE TO SEALS Republican A. P, Leased Wire At Sacramento n n t San Francisco 2 g' . Sacramento .- 04- a Batteries: O'Doul and McKee; Gard ner and Easterly. WHITE SOX WIN FROM BUSHEHf., . 1 Republican A. P. Leased Wire! J i laitHi.MiDX. Kas, April tc.xniouion) Hcore: t uicarA American A 1c n Hutchinson, Western 4 , VS . Batteries! Teleehl ni T T5 . . ley and Banner. ' e PIRATES BEAT UNIVERSITY Republican A. P. Leased Wire " KXOXVHiE. Tenn., April 12. (Ex.: hibltion) Score: Tt. H eJ Pittsburg Xationals 1516 1 University of Tenn 0 4 1 Batteries: Cooper, Harmon. Hamil ton and Shaw; Week, Crumblies and Massengale. Ire i il 12.-1 R.H.K w RSHAM D E CUT CflD TflRlinilT ul 1 1 u 11 1 ui. 1 tin 1 1 iu euju Kit evt.i.u6 a- 9 ,1111,-, ersham academy does not necessarily' mean that one has to dance. A larse pcrtlon of the ever-growing atteno nce, is composed of those who come enjoy the clever exhibitions by Miss Margaret Frlcster and Mr. Wlcker sham, the excellent musio and songt by the Favorite Quartette and to witch: Phoenicians "trip the light fantastic." Mr. Wickersham !s featuring thrc' Saturday evening dances ane1 the danci this evening promises to exceed li former events. ' Mr. Wickersham is conducting adult . and children's classes in Russian baU-i Jt, aesthetic and ballrcam dancing.. r new class beginning next Friday even- in p. j,v ; The. Pnturilay matinae dan or n arc In no way the least of xhe noTel and attractive features of toe n.niitmr.