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PAOF TEN THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 9. 1918 EMI FOR o Q M I I aWl II II II II 11. M 1 WJ))UU County Treasurer SAM R WEBB FOR ' :-. X, Net profit for the County for year 1917 $ . 33,912.26 The above statement presents my first year's efforts as your Treasurer and Tax Col lector, and upon that record I present my candidacy for County Treasurer at the en suing elections, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. Primary Election, September 10, 1918 AMERICAN CASUALTY LIST (By The Associated Press) WASHINGTON, Sept. R. The fol lowing casualties are reported by the commanding general of the American Expeditionary forces: Killed In action i Missing In action Wounded severely 61 !ied of wounds J1 Wounded, degree undetermined 1"2 Died of disease 8 Total 34 KILLED IN ACTION Sergeants Flmer Joy Bishoff. oakpark. 111. Alvin W. Dean, JMttsfield. 111. George Girard. Soiithbridge. Mass. Corporals Floyd E. Miller, Greensburg. Ta. KiiKler Victor H. Johnson, leaven worth. Wash. Mrchanlc Harve Akes, Millsvring, Mo. Jerry Powers. Rulcvlllp, Miss. Privates C. E. Anderson. Gonvlck, Minn. James J. Argiroplos, Keyser, W. Va. Goorge R. A vers. Ccderhui g. Wis. Bonnie G. Wackard. Pottscamp, Mills. Ixuns A. Houyea. MoDougal, Ark. John K. Gary, Itasca, Tex. James Catnlon. Chicago, III. Charlie H. Glements. Nathalie. Va. Ralph Coppola, Xoxhridge, Mass. Maurice 11. Dixon, Lansing. Mich. Harvey W. Odds. Rtirnet. Tex. Forrester Hester Dougherty, Kansss :'ttv. Kan. Christopher Gene. Nashua, X. II. Alex Rudolph Jackola, Dodgpville, Mich. Alex A. Jacohson. Whitehall. Wis. WANTED Energetic, High-Speed Executive to handle dis tribution to 2."0 Motion Picture Theaters In this district of The Mayor of Filbert, an absorbing luon.Mrt, eight-reel Triangle Special on the liquor question. Must know how to deal with local com mittees and to handle bankers and big business men and deal with the political situation with judgment and discretion. One man if he is big enough and fast enough ran organize and put this through. It is too imme diatetoo Important a Job to be handled In usual trade channels. To fall in with the advertising plan and take; full advantage of the present situation, local distribu tors must be taking contracts and settling dates on this picture, in every pirt of the United States, within fifteen days. So we are looking for the right : man in 100 districts. I-arge Immediate profit for the successful ones. No matter what your present business Interests here's a chance for you and a few friends to get Into the profit end of thi Motion Picture business on your own account in yrurown district, that hasn't come before; wouldn't have come now but for the impossibility of letting thin picture take its turn In the routine of distribution - for Speed is Vital. ' We shall close quickly. A telegram now (not to morrow) may make all the difference. Address Triangle Film Corporation Room 8031457 Broadway, New York The County Treasurer and Tax Collector's Office Collected in back taxes during the . year 1917, the total sum of 199,777.33 Current taxes for year 1916, last installment 439,884 . 51 Current taxes for year 1917, first install ment 610,708.56 Total amount of all taxes collected dur ing year 1917 $1,250,370.40 Earnings By Treasurer and Tax Collector's Office In fees, interest and penalties collected dur ing year 1917, the total sum of , $ 47,596.79 Expenses of Treasurer and Tax Collector's Office for the Year 1917 Salaries .....$10,420.01 Office Expenses 3,264.51 Total expenses for year 1917 $ 13,684 . 53 Mack M. Jenkins, Canton, Pa. Frank Tony Echoenrock, Romulus, Mich. . Joseph S. Smith, St. Louis, Mo. Taul L. Smaler, Chicago, 111. Walter E. Thomas. Oakpark, 111. DIED OF WOUNDS Privates Francis F. Barber, Laytonsville, Md. Krnest Dehaven. Boise, Ida. Peter P. Klzale, Wtlkesbarre, Ta. William T. McGraw, Los Angeles, Cal. Kdmond P. Moes, Lawrence, Mass. DIED OF DISEASE Corp. Henry Hall, Mooresvllle, Ind. Wag. John B. Thomas. Adel, Ga. Privates . . Paddie Harris, Vlsksburg. Miss. Thomas H. Marsh, Bellingham, Wash. Karl Martin, Lowndesville, S. C. Taul Alexander Poquette, Greenbay, Wis. WOUNDED SEVERELY IN ACTION rapt. John Faust, Vermontvllle, Mich. Lieutenants Mai Altman, Wauchula, Fls. Paul Daly, New York. N. T. Scuyler C. Lewis, Crooksville, Ohio. Sergeants Andrew Brink. Chicago, 111. Edward Donnelly, rrovidence, R. I. John Klima. Chicago. 111. William Mouser, Fredertektown,' Mo. Edward L. Spence, Ionia, Ky. Sam W. Thames. Bucatunna, Miss, l'aron A. Vanflcet, Petersburg, XV. Va. Corporals Earl Charleston. Chicago. 111. ' Arthur Walter Home. Pittsburg, Pa, 1 1nd Harry Miller, Harrisburg, P. John W. Niemann, St. Louis Mo. Edward O'Connor, Eastwood, X. T. Charles S. Pierson, Williamsport, Pa. Jake P. Turnbow. Caruthersvllle, Mo. Lawrence Warner, Plymouth, Pa, ,- Bugler Micheal H. Ferry, Canton, O. Mech. Alvin P. Blau, Bellplain. Minn. Mech. Benjamin H. Love, Branden berg, Ky. Cook Joseph William Leffler, Ith perning, Mich. Privates Manvil H. Ayers, San Juan Bautista, Calif. Jesse Barnett. Piqua. Ky. Edward Bartlett, Hillsboro. Oreg. Adam A. Beck. Detroit. Mich. Walter Beggerow, Chicago, 111. Rudolph Buczek, Chicago. III. Tommy R. Barke, Sinktn, Mo. ..' Cecil Butler, Dugger, Inn. Joseph Buza. Detroit. Mich. Piote Cala, Detroit Mich. William C. Cissell Montgomery, Ind. James J. Collins, St. Louis. Mo. Andrew Comich Chicago, 111. Orvllle Dewey Cook, Lansing Mich. Raymond Cook, Montezuma. Ind. Charlie A. Cooley, Athens, Ala. Thomas W. Crockett. Carrollton, Ga. Elmer E. Davis, Sedalia, Mo. Henry Ehlet, McGregor, Ia. Otto W. Fickert, New Tork, X. T. George C. Fitzgerald, Kiowa, Kas. Herbert Garrett, Lancing, Tenn. Joseph Henckle, Columbus, O. William G. Holloway, Lecompton, Kas. William Kenny, McGregor, Mich. Julius M. Krajevsky, Codott, Wis. Carmine Letteri, Corapolis, Pa. Henry Lowe, Brent, Okla. George J. Lundy, Hanover, III. Eilert Lunde, Kalispell, Mont. John McRee. Ozark. Ala. Emil P. J. Marien. Milwaukee, Wis. Harry M. Mervine, Ashland, Pa. Homer 11. Milam. Charlestown. W. va. James L. Xewell. Belleplaine, Minn. Earl M. Odali, Watertown, la. Harry Chester Pefflev. Harrisbur. in. WOUNDED DEGREE UNDETER MINED Lieutenants ' Gilbert Campbell. St. Belton. S. C. Joseph Lynch. Columbus, Ga. Sergeants . Thomas E. Rrace, MeKeeaport, Ps. John T. Winn. New Rochelle, X. T. Fred Forbis, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Andrew J. W. Krause, Fonchatoula, Albert L. Kurtz, Johnstown. Fa. John Donald McLean, St. Paul, Minn. TVm. a. Prttchard, Dorchester, Mass. Martin D. Foy, Xewark. X. J. John C. Zimmerman. Cygnet, O. Corporals Van Boston, Bartlett, Tex. John J. Kamenaky, McKees Roads, Fa, Walter J. Kaminski, Pittsburg, Pa. Raymond Morrissey. Milwaukee, Wis. Thomas Reilly. Chicago. 111. Forrest F. Woods. Portland, Oreg. Ha.rla.nd Zehren. Ashland, Wis. William A. Benson, Newton, Mass. i-eter uoroon, Martinsburg, W. Va. Manuel F. Rodrigues, Paiamani, Ha waii. Joseph M. Domanski, Milwaukee, It IB. Mechanics - James Hotddon Commack, X. T. Antony Papastavre, Paloponesot Greece. James Feighta. Clymer, Ta. Privates Jepthia Clayton. Kempner, Tex. Arvid J. Delback. Mass, Mich. William G. Day. Loma Vista, Tex. Leslie 8. Durgin. Northfteld, N. H. John Dwlmaj, Hamtramck, Mich. Louis reldman. Philadelphia, Pa. Okey R. Ferrell. Toronto, Qhio. Andrew W. Fisher, Park City, Utah, Ralph E. Grote. Fresno, Calif. Maurice L. Hazen. Kansas Citv, Mo. Lee Hershell Hinds. Fort Wavns. Alexander Kopsky, Belleville, 111. Loren H. Hodges, Shawneetown, III. Alonzo G. Holder. Moyers, Okla. Harrv D. Huffman. Spencer la. John O. Jonssen, Emeryville, Cal. Edward L. Marshall, Elkton, Va, ' Ben Martin, Scottland, 111. Peter Mavraidis. Milwaukee, Wis. Stanley-J, Mickowski, Philadelphia, William Joseph Murphy, New Brit ain, Conn. . . . Florv O'Leary, Hurley, Wis. -Robert L. Parmenter, Berlington Junction, Mo. Grover C. Parsons. Shawnee; Okla. Inyo Pallascio, Valley Ford. Cal. Leroy B. Perkins, Oneida. X. T. Frank A. Proctor. Chadwicks. X. T. Wladyitow , P.efflbacz, Pochcster, X. T. Siegfried William Ricklefsen, Hum ble. Tex. Aishure Houston Rogers, Lanesvllle, III. John E. Rudinski. Chicago, 111. George E. Sarantes, Palmyra, X. T. James ThomM Sherman, Harrison burg, Va. lieholas Siegal, W'auwatsa. is. John Stepke. Milwaukee. Wis. . Thomas B. Tetreault, Newport, Vt. . Patrick J. Waldron. Ashtabula, O. Edgar A. Wearer. Malvern. Pa. Walter Weber. Joliet. III. Harvey Wells. Hanna. Okla. I Robert E. VJIU Altoona. Pa. I Francis W.Toung, Okarehe, Okla. Hugh A. Zimmerer, Tork, Neb. John W. Toung, Clinton, 111. Edward Afontc-vltch. Eynon. Pa. Ralph T. Beezer. Altoona, Pa. .James Bruce Alllngham, Hartington, Neb. John W. Armstrong. St. Louis, Mo. Hermen J. Bagdona, Mlllbank. S, D. Harley 8. Beiderbeck. Toulln, 111, Glen Blakley, Lafarge, Wis. Clsrence E. Boehmer, Ashland, Pa. Frank M. S. Cabblier, Pinole. Cal. Manuel A. Canales, Eagle Pass. Tex. Stanley Chojnackl. Philadelphia, Pa. Benjamin Cockman, Beaudrj-, Ark. John P. Daly. Pans, III. Robert F. Demars. Eauelaire, Wis. John Ennen, Bockley. III. Stanlslaw Fiwek, South Bend, Ind. Albert L. Fonfara, Delano, Minn. Guiseppe Galio, Pittsburg, Pa. Stanley Garczyaski. Morris Run. Pa. Moris Goodwin, Maritz, Vilna. P.us- eia. - . John Gumoswke. Erie, Pa. Ralph, w. HalU Westsand lAke, X. T. Bert A. Hamrlck. Springfield, 111. John Harrison, Simpson, Pa. Roscoe 1j .Humphreys. Lincoln. III. Corliss Kathary, Lacrosse. Wis. George Kellaher. New Richmond, Wis. ' George J. Knope, Buffalo, N. T. Max Kuklln. Poughkeepsle. N. T. A-ndy Lackey. Hickory Ridge. Ark. George T. Lenegan, Kalispell, Mont. William J. Lexa, Manley, la. Macario Llanes. San Antonio, Tex. Richard H. Lubold. Jr.,. Holyoke, Mass. Abner J. Mason, Albany. Vt. Pierce Matheny. Bchley. O. Gurdon Elmer May. Gleenwood, la. Clyde J. Moore, Letts.. Ind. Charles Olsen. Harlan. Ia. Charles Owyangx Courtland. Cal. Walter J. Parker, Amboy, III. Paul R. Parrish. Topeka. Kas. Henry Paulson, Harlan. I. Harry Peterson. Rabey, Minn. Giovanni Plcarazzl. Rome Ripi, Italy. James G. Reilly. Schenectady, X. T, Nathan Robertson, Xorman, Okla. Marian Romanewtrs. Bayone, N. J. Howard C. Russell. Chicago, III. Jerry E. Vans, Chicago. 111. Jo S.' Wessler. Cleveland, O. William J. Zalabak, Chicago, III. Rollin E. Bartholomew. Eola, 111. John Borzechowskf. Chicago, 111. Walter Burton, Ischua, X. T. Gilmore L. Foss, CSledonia, X. D. Floyd H. Fulkman. Bessemer. T'a, Otto J. Kragness, Slsyton, Minn. Luther McKamev. Srague. Wash. County Recorder s 1 Seeks Democratic Nomination TOMORROW She is thoroughly qualified by experience She Asks Olof Olson. Seattle, Wash. James R. Poindexter. Xocona Tex. Carrey Redkey, Hillsboro, Ohio. Christ Rud, Ringebu, Xorway. Beryl H. Smith, Aberdeen. S. D. MISSING IN ACTION Sergeants William Z. Bailey. Douglas, Ga. John A. Smith, Relay Md. Homer O. Tiffany, Petroleum, Ky. Corp. Anthony Juliana, New Tork, X. T. Privates Edwin B. Andreess, Alexandria Bay. X. T. . Joshua B. Allen. Washington, Ind. Frank Arsenault, Mexico, Maine. Joe Z. Barsh, Muskogee, Okla. Doctor Birdie Barton. Rockhold, Ky. Mearl Billingsley, Bauxite, Ark. Xick Boglazis, Samos Island, Greece. Russell Boots, Selma, Ind. Dewey Bingedahl, Sullivan. Mich. Ben Broughton, Dewitt, Ky. Argus Otho Bruce, Huntington, W. Va. Rosy B. Bunt'turd. Piedmont, Mo. Earl F. Chafln, Baltimore. Md. August Chetre, Detroit, Mich. Sarerio Clarizio. Eugene, Ore. William D. Clay, Cincinnati, O. Paris E. Coleman. Elda, W. Va. Robert. Collins, Hendersoville. X. C. John D. Condit. Heber Springs, Ark. Galud P. Coucher, Michigan City, Mich, ' Wilce Cox. Jellico, Tenn. Edwar C. Deneke, Elberfield. Ind. Harvey Dubose. Hoboken. Ga.. Henry Clyde Dunbar. Chuckey, Tenn. Howard Edgar, Zanesville, O. Arthur R. Ellis. Ringllng. Okla. Howard L. Fortson, Texarkana, Tex. Joe GriUo. Cathens, Italy. John A. Grlmmeiss. Omaha. Neb. Ernest C. Grohe, Saccity. Ia. Leon Harris, Stratford, Okla. John Hensley. Sylvian. Okla. Louis G. Heussner, Detroit. Mich. Henry Honorkamp. Tresent Hill Tex, Talmage Johnson. E. Rivers. Tenn. Gus M. Lemley. Bloomfield. Ala. Burchard L. McLain. Danville.' Ind. Benjamin D. Rowe, Prior. Okla. Isador Rosenberg, Xorth Bergen, X. J. Hershel Sanson, High Coal, W. Va. Herbert T. Sargent. Cullman. Ala. Wiliam Sc.hnltz, Wabone. Wis. Pulio Sebastian, Xaples, Italy. Wencll Shaker. Mt. iAbor. Wis. Charley W. Stanley. Xenish, Xeb. Franklin Taff, .Florence, Wis. Samuel Crumpacke Terry, Blueiield, W. Va. John P. Turpin. Makonien, Minn. Charles Wahl, Philadelphia, Fa. Elmer B.. Walker, Michigan City, Ind. William H. Watson, Pettlgrew. Ark. William Otis Weaver, Solsberry, Ind. Charlie M. Webb. Ranson, Ky. Grover Williams, Stamps. Ark. Harlow Frank Williams, Proctorville Ohio. Richard Harwood Wingate, Lvons, Ind. . Alvin E. Witwer, Onowa, Ia. "Wilson Wolford. Klneald, W. Va. Charles J. Pritchard, Mount Vernon. Wash. Floyd A. Rice. Mt. Pleasant, Micb. Levy R. Richmond, Tequot, Minn. . Henry J. L. Richter. Davenport, Ia. Bollos Stathakis. Xina, Cal. Herbert Stelnfeldt. Laporte, Ind. Steve Szitas. N. Chicago, Ind. Forrest Tidd. Brunswick. Minn. William Trayah, Burlington, Vt. Harry E. Tripp. Fort Edward, X. Y. Frank Urmanaki, Milwaukee, Wis. Previously reported missing in ac tion, now reported wounded in action: Lieut. Benjamin M. Crenshaw, Aus tin, Texas. Privates Calvin G. Boome. Buckett. Miss. " Joseph A. Cbnnell, Columbus, Mis3. Henry Freese, Raymond, Minn. Thomas Jones. Westmoor, Pa. George S. Miller, Alberton. Mont. . Edwin Peterson, Carlisle. Mass. Louis Salvatore. Rome Italv. for Your SOUTHSIDE NEWS V. D. JOHNSON, MANAGER, PHONE 85R, MESA - TEMPE AGENCY Mrs. Chas. Prather . at Brown Mercantile Co.; Ph. 71 TEMPE CORRESPONDENT Mrs. Ray Nichols, Ph. 178 GILBERT AGENCY Mrs. Schultz at Postoffice L MESA. Sept. 9. The 1818-1919 ses sion of Mesa Union high school begins Monday, September 18. Regular class room work will commence on that day, consequently Superintendent Matthews desires to call to the attention of all prospective students the fact that special registration days will be held this week as follows: Tuesday, Septem ber 10, freshmen, Wednesday, Septem ber 11, sophomores, Thursday, Septem ber 12, Juniors and seniors. Students will find it to their advantage to regis ter during these days as more time can then be devoted to their, individual re quirements. The public will be inter ested to know that two new four-year courses in agriculture and -domestic science, organized under the Smith- Hughes act, will be inaugurated this year. These will be the strongest cours es of their kind offered by anv high school in the state. They will be di rected by two of the best prepared in structors to be found anywhere in the United States and the high school au thorities feel confident that pupils tak Joe Gambo Newark X. J, Arthur H. Hoffman, New Britain, Conn. Bonnie B. McCullough, Hope. Ark. Charles A. Howard, McLaughlin, S. D. John Karp. X"ew Tork. Frank Fortiero, Vobarno, Italy. David Schwartz, Cincinnati. Ohio. Solomon Snider. Brutus, Mich. Thomas H. Terry. Xippa. Ky. John Slmowitz. Kenosha, Wis. Zollie Biggs. Marblevale. Ark. Stanley C. Burns, Philadelphia. Ta. Clifford Beagen Harbridge, Phila delphia, Pa. Sherwood Willard Hinmani Hornell. N. Y. Joseph Karl. Cleveland. Ohio. Albert Hearhood. Reidsville. Pa. Robert Henry Wood. Reynolds, Ind. John F. Amory, New York. Previously reported missing in ac tion, now reported in hospital: Private Alexander r. Thompson. Winchester. X. H. Previously repoted missing, now re" ported killed in action: Privates Gordon L. Faulkner. Ches ter. Pa.. William .1. Miller, Etna, Pa. Previously reported misting, now re ported dead: Lieutenant -Oliver T. Beauchamp, Princess Anne, Md. Previously reported missing in ac tion, no wreported returned to duty: Privates Fred Fulk, Longton, Kans as. Bert Judd. Justus. Ohio. Reported killed in action, new re ported died of wounds: Private Guv C. Burson. Casoer. Wvo ISA OFFERS STRONG H COURSES THIS TE Vote MESA CORRESPONDENT Vera D. Johnson, Ph. 85R CHANDLER AGENCY Gardner Drug Co.; Ph. 34 CHANDLER CORRESPONDS". S. A. Meyer, Ph. 32 ing these courses will receive a thor ough practical training which will en-' able them to do important and valuable work in the community. r Arrested at Gilbert Officer Pickens and deputies re sponded to a hurry call from Gilbert at a late hour on Saturday night, and ar rested six young men from the north side, charged with using profane and indecent language in a public place. Dances are held frequently at Gilbert and the pleasure loving people of that community have been much disturbed by the advent into their gatherings of those who marred the harmony of the occasions by boisterous conduct. On this occasion there was no disturbance during the dance, bift afterward the visitors went to a pool hall and are al leged to have committed the offonse above named. They were cited to ap pear before Judge Kingsbury's court today. The names they pave are Buck Dill. Claude Rurch, J. A. Carroll. Frank Muller, S. XV. Parks and J. B. Gullam Overland Truck: panel body, good condition: splendid rubber: a sacrific Phone 250 Mesa or see at 162 Main St., Mesa. . ' p Night Policeman Resigns Night officer James McDonald has resigned his position. - A Xichols has been appointed to fill the vacancy. New Employe for Toggery A. Mangold, a shoe salesman of IS years experience in Chicago, has been employed for the shoe department, by the Toggery management and will ar rive today to assume his duties. Rev. Bloy Leaves Soon Rev. Francis Bloy. rector of St. Marks Episcopal church, announced yesterday to his congregation that next Sunday will be his last in Mesa. The congregation is considerably moved over the loss of their popular minister, believing that his work here has only Vtun. He and his estimable famil" have grown very dear to the people of this community. Thursday being a holiday, the A. & B. Grocery will remain open until 9 o'clock on Wednesday nis'nt. Adv. 21. o WANTED Isoning to take home. Mrs. Clara Rush, 409 East Eighth St.. Tempe. n WANTED Listings of Ranch Lands We have Buyers For 10; 20; 40; 80; 1j60 Acre Tracts Your Business Solicited Real Estate, Loans and Insurance Kelly-Diehl-AUen Mesa, Arizona '