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THE AHrz6!fATitEPTTBttcAN, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1918
PAGE FIVE ELECTION OF McCORMICK AND NEWBERRY TO SENATE HARD BLOWS FOR DEMOCRATS HaS ! r -- ? ? f r -f K iS3rr Commander Truman H. Newberry, at left, and Medill McCormick. Two of the hardest blows to the hopes of President Wilson and the TVmoeratic power in the fall election were the election of Commander Truman H. Newberry and Medill McCormick, both Republicans, to th U. S. senate from Michigan and Illinois, respectively. Newberry, com mander in the U. S. navy, ran against Henry Ford, who was urged by President Wilson to run. McCormick defeated Senator J. Hamilton Lewis, Democratic choice. President Wilson, discussing Lewis' candidacy before election, said it would he a calamity were he not returned. The victory of these men helped give the Republicans the control of the senate. PARELLEL CAREERS OF M CROSBY JI oifi miles With th" cliviion of .Ifsso Crosby, Judxe of the superior court of Navajo ,ount..v and William A. O'Connor to the in.. office in Santa Cm comity, is th the alinrwi i.arallo politiral 'careers of the O'Connor ami Crosby trthers in this state. Ceorce H. Croshy. Jr.. first met J. K. O'Connor in w hen both were 'iis- ;1r!ct. attarnea res)xHtively of 1'in.il sjxi Snta Crui counties. The prosecu tors infarmexl Croshy that they were .!h only brothers in the state to hold iJinilar positions. , "'irti the Croshy family. v? will rduplicate it," predicted the lawyer of that najne. That he carried on was proven at the next election when lie ras chosen county attorney of Craham otmly by mi overwhelming majority, "while his brother wpi elected county jiros-ecutor of Navajo. The O'Connors then came into the public eye a.s stiperitir court judges, the Ilnal couniv bench c'.ntmins J. K. O'Connor, while his brother received tbe appointment of presiding juds:e o! tant Crux county. Tn 1914 the ambition of the four men a Jndseship. The returns vre-e sat isfactory to one member of each family, , Jnds "William O'Connor beins elected ' in Santa Crus and George II. Crosby in Apache county. Last sprinK Judee Cmshy resigned in taie up private practice in Maricopa xunty. but his brother was on the ticket at the last election and w ill serve in Navajo county the coming term. ;nly one of the O'Connors had his name on the ballot at the 1 ? 1 3 election and Williairf A- O'Connor was re elected judge of Santa Crux county. o DIRECTS LEAGUE'S SPEAKER BUREAU ft V ';::-:v t : Mrs. Thomas J. Preston. Mrs. Thomas J. Preston, formerly Mrs. Grover Cleveland, wife of the twenty-second president of the United States, has been made a di rector of the National Security league's speakers' bureau. The bureau is considered one of the most important features of the league's work. Nearly 2,000 volunteer patri otic soeakers are enrolled. 10 iff OFFICERS Y OUT T PARIS. Nov. 14. (By The Associ ated Press) Rear Admiral S. S. Rob : inson nan been appointed American ! member of the naval commission to ar i range for the execution of the naval term of the German armistice. Admir al Robinson arrived here Monday from 1 the United States, and on receipt of his I appointment left yesterday for Indon i to take up hi duties. ; Rear Admiral Bullard has been ap pointed American representative to see to the carrying out of the naval terms i of the Austrian armistice. He. is now at Pola, the irreat naval base in the . Adriatic, and has telegraphed Admiral (William S. Pnson. American chief of 1 i naval operations, that the execution of the naval terms ot the armistice are ' proceeding satisfactorily. The United States now has two cruisers, a destroyer and thirty-six submarine chasers in the upper Adri atic, at or near Pola under command of Rear Admiral Bullard. Admiral Benson ordered the fast cruiser Birmingham to proceed from Gibraltar to Pola and also the Collier T-eonldza, thirty-six chasers and a de stroyer to proceed from Corfu to Pola. ! These have now arrived,' giving the 'United States a considerable repesen tatlon In ships and men. Chasers have been directed to pro ceed along the Dalmatian roast, visit 'Ing Durazzo, Scutari and other points cn the coast so that the American flag my be seen by the Inhabitants. WEATHERFORECAST Arizona". Friday clearing; Saturday generally fair and cooler. , New Mexico: Friday showers; Sat urday generally fair. West Texas: Friday unsettled; local rains; Saturday probably fair; colder in Panhandle. ' Southern California: Friday and Saturday probably showers. Jtonks with Yanks POST TOASTIES (Best Corn FloKes) Beet the World, .a ESPiGlMSESTO ISIIGIOfi FIRST There arc to be no more prosecu tions under the espionage act by the federal grand jury', unless the facts in a case have been first submitted to tht attorney general at Washington and approved by him, according to an or der sent bv the official to all United States attorneys and department of justice agents. This ruling makes doubtful the oper ations of the espionage act in the fu ture. Advices from Washington are that "there has been much difference of opinion throughout the country as to the meaning of certain sections-if the espionage act, and in order to have a uniform rulinff .in prosecutions, the final presentment of the matter will hereafter be left in the hands of the attorney general." The same advices say arrests may be made, for alleged violations of the es pionage act. and warrent of arrest is sued, but until the individual cases have been passed upon they must not be presented to the grand Jury. NINE BIG CHURCHES PLAN FEDERAL BODY NUW YORK, Nov. 14 Representa tlves of nine Protestant denominations have accepted an invitation of the Pres byterian church in the United States of America, to meet in Philadelphia De comber 3-6, to consider a proposal of the Presbyterian general assembly for "or Kanic union of the evangelical churches in America," it was announced here to nipht. The plan, as presented for discussion, calls for an interdenominational coun cil to work Out a phwi for making one federal church out of all these denomi nations." The denominations which will be rep resented at the conference are the Presbyterian church in the United States of America, Protestant Episcopal churches in the United States, Re formed church in the United States, United Presby terian churches of North Amenta, Methodist Kpieopal church Congregational churches, disciples of Christ, Evangelical synod of North America and Moravian church in Amer ica. NOTICE TO POULTRY RAISERS We are now permitted to sell wheat for chicken feed. See us for chicken feed whenrt and all other poultry sun plies. Phoenix Seed & Feed Co. Phtftn A Victory Sale of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes An ik'onomical Event. Especially so that right now when we all have so many calls and demands upon us. So every dollar counts, and here is where you make your dollars count big. - - . SALE OPENS FRIDAY MORNING (See Window Display) Extra Special 600 Pairs W. L. Douglas Shoes For Men The greatest buy of the season. Every pair stamped with W. L. Douglas stamp the shoe known the woril over. In two lots. Made f gun metal call. Blucher cut. Good sales. Tour choice as follows; ( IXT NO. 1 Choice Pair . $2.59 LOT NO. 2 Choice Pair ' . $2, BOYS' "DOUGLAS" SHOES The quality Is always in a Douglas shoe. Select gun metal, Blucher cut. AH sizes. Extra special, per pair BOYS' BROWN CALF SHOE Also a W J j. Douglas shoe. Made of special quality brown calf, toe, A rhoe of regular $5.00 value. Special per pair English MEN'S ELK SHOES Men's all solid tan and smoked elk shoes. Blucher cut. An excellent work shoe. All sizes. Regular JJ.M values. Pair .' A SPECIAL PURCHASE Men's elk hide Scout shoes. A shoe of ease and service. Hevy soles. All sizes. Special per pair Well made. MEN'S SHOES Of special --quality, gun metal calf, Blucher cut High toe shape. A. crack -a -jack good service shoe. Per pair - WOMEN'S SHOES Of special tan brown calf, with fabric top to match, toe shape. Full range of sizes. $7.00 values pair Low heels. Newest WOMEN'S GREY KID SHOES One of a regular J6.5(V value. Grey kid shoes with either low or high heels, fabric tops, high cut. All sizes. Extra special WOMEN'S SHOES Women's plain black kid shoes, new toe shape, leather half Louis heel. All sizes. 15.00 value pair j ANOTHER LOT Of women's gun metal shoes, cloth tops, button model, military heela, good solid soles. Worth at least $5.00 pair. Special ,98 $2.49 $2.98 $4.45 $2.59 $2.95 $4.45 $3.45 $2.95 $2.45 A Big Close Out of 500 Pairs Shoes for Women A more than fortunate purchase enables us to offer this lot of shoes at this money less than half their real value all sizes in the lot black kid shoes with brown kid tops, leather Louis heels, light, flexible soles, all sizes. Worth up to $7 pair ... $2.98 $1.95 $3.95 $1.95 WOMEN'S SHOES Made of gun metal calf, low heel?, button or lace models, medium heavy sole, with tips. All sizes. Extra special pair. WHITE KID SHOES and turned soles. All sizes. Women's all white kid shoes, full Louis heels h Extra special value per pair CABARETTE SHOES Women's all white cabarette shoes, with enameled leather Louis heels. Special weight soles. All sizes per pair CHILDREN'S SHOES Children's smoked elk shoes, button models, stitched elk soles. Extra special values Sizes (PO A fT Sizes S to 8 "..). 84 to 11 Sizes 11U to 2 . GIRLS' SHOES Special quality brown kid, English toe shape, with brown fabric tops Sizes PO (TQ Sizes S'A to 11 pdDJ 11 to 2 M CHILDREN'S SHOES Ot plain black kid, lace model, wide toe shape, easy comfort last. Extra value as follows y Sizes (10 A pT Sizes 514 to ........... tPTtt S&toU.... MISSES' SHOES Made of gun metal calf, Blucher model, wide toe shape, with low flat heels. Sizes 11 to 2 ........ MISSES' SCHOOL SHOES A good school shoe, made from gun metal calf, wide toe shape, low heels. Sizes 11 to 2 INFANTS' SHOES plain black kid with pat, kid tips, no heels, button and lace models. Extra special your choice $2.65 $2.75 $2.95 ctra value a ..$2.75 $1.95 $2.29 59c OUR BARGAIN BASEMENT, READY-TO-WEAR, BEDDING, FURNISHINGS AND PIECE GOODS SECTIONS are brimful of won derful valued The greatest dollar saving values in Arizona. All bright, clean, new merchandise "NOTHEJG BUT BARGAINS." Women's Coats, $12.50 Values $8.95. Made of heavy weight plaid coatings, belted models, velvet 'collar. Well made, all sizes; a great value C?Q QK A great value at".". . . T. ... . : . . . . .7.. . . . . ? $O.VO Women's Coats, $17.50 Values $13.95 Classy models of heavy weight fancy sweeds, in dark mixtures, plush collars and cuffs, lined garments. All sizes A? "I O A special value at P0VO Women's Coats, $20.00 Values $14.95 Must be seen to be appreciated. Made from plush lours, in rich shades of jrreen, wine, black and navy. All sizes. Extra special ve- and fancv $.14.95 Tailored Suits, $20.00 Values $12.95 Made from a good quality wool serge, in staple shades of navy and brown, well tailored and good styles. All sizes. Extra special, only $13.95 Children's Coats, $3.45 to $7.95. These prices are away below the regular values of thase garments. A big line to select from all colors in corduroys, storm coatings and velours; plush collars and cuffs. All sizes. Misses' Union Suits , Of full $1.00 value. Special weight jersey ribbed, ankle length, long sleeves; sizes 6 to 16. 7Qr Pair ' U Flannelette Night Gowns " ' A gown of $2.00 value today. Women's full size cut, long sleeves, plain and. fancy, fast colored tennis flannels. SI" 59 A.ll sizes Fancy Plaid Suitings ii- j i a e i! J '2.1 i. . j i i i A Dig assortment oi iancy piaiu s uiiings m assorted colors ana pat terns, widths 32 to 36 inches wide. Kegular 5c values, per vard Tennis Flannels " Full 27 inches wide, light and dark colors, plaids and -stripes soft and fleecv. Quality selling regularly at 35c yard. OOz AUK, 59c A reg- 39c 49c Women's Union Suits You pay $1.50 per suit for these elsewhere, suits, ankle length, long sleeves. All sizes. Special per suit Heavy jersev ribbed $1.29 Women's Underwear Separate garments. -Vests and pants, lined garments. All sizes. Per garment. Heavy jersey ribbed, fleece Full $1.00 value. H( Children's Hose , Heavv ribbed, fast black and seamless hose of 25c value. All sizes. Extra special per !5C Children's Underwear A table full of odd lots, both in boys' and girls' wool and half wool garments. Regularly worth up ,to $1.00 and $1.25 . Qf a garment. Choice ' Uncle Sum Says "Shop Earhj" Yes, shop early, and don't forget the kiddies. Take them over to our spacious TOYLANI), now open in the Irvine block, formerly occu pied by the J. W. Dorris Grocery Co. Here you will find toys and games galore. Dollies without number, automobiles, tricycles, elec tric cars, baby buggies, pianos, doll beds, doll sets, doll furniture, electric toys, building blocks, in fact, every thing that will make your kiddies' hearts feel glad. Iienicmber the place- the old J. W. Dorris Grocerv store Special . Serpentine Crepe f. Genuine Pacific Mills, absolutely fast colors, full widths, new floral and oriental designs, both dark and light styles, ular 50c value. Special, per vard : . . . , Zephyr Ginghams i.. , Absolutely tub proof zephyr ginghams, 32 inches wide. Pretty plaids in both dark and light styles. Absolutely tub proof vard Crib Blankets ; Made by the Beacon Mills. Prett y patterns and de- A A signs. Soft and warm choice . v x.UU Blankets Choosing from the biggest stock of blankets in the city. Blankets that are greatly under value today. . 64x76 Grey Wool Finish pair 64x80 Heavy Wool Finish pair 60x76 Heavy Woolnap Blankets pair 64x76 Heavy WocJnap Blankets pair 66x80 Heavy Woolnap Blankets pair .. COMFORTERS White Cotton, I llled, covered with special quality silkolines, dark ana lignt eileets, good size. Special ' value each Extra Heavy Quilted Comforters a Extra Heavy Quilted Sateen Comforts Wool Filled Silko " "' Covered Lamb's Wool Filled d?1 H ft A ! Wool 'FiYlodSiYkoli . i ... $3.45 ... $3.95 .. $4.45 ... $5.95 ... $9.00 Silk Covered Covered . , $3.95 $3.95 $4.95 $6.50 $7.50 Photo Enlargements A Portrait for Every Home in Phoenix At the rate we are receiving photos for enlarge ing it will only be a short time before most every ' home in Phoenix and vicinity will have one or; more of these beautiful portraits. REMEMBER, this offer is open for a limited time only, so better bring your photos today. A Beautiful Bust Style Portrait Enlarged )Qn From Any Clear Photo, Tintype or Kodak, for only Auk, Just think The picture of Mother, Father, Sister, Brother, or some other loved one can be brought to our store and have a life-size enlarjrement jnade for only 29c. For those de siring Sepia, Pastel or India Ink work, a small extra charge is made. No orders accepted from children or by mail. Bring your photos today. All small pictures safely returned. (KORRICKS TOYLAND DORRIS BUILDING) 1067 Adv. bn "Korricks1 Toyland" I'se The Republican Classified Ads, for Results Read for Profit.