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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1918
PAGE THREE JTEST lit for mm Friday and Saturday CANDY Home-made Ninas Mixed Caudy, per U 33c Pure Cream Candy, er )!. 33c Special Price in quantities. Extra fancy Chocolate Creams, per lb 55c CANNED GOODS Quail lirand Com, per can 15c Choice Standard Tomatoes, 'l '- cans' 3 for 50c Libby's Fancy Canned Pea lies, can 25c and 4Qc Avondale Asparagus, per can 20c Quail Asparagus Tips, per can 40c BUTTER Mistletoe and lirookfield. per 11) 70c Golden State, per lb ' 72c Nut-Olio, finest yet, per 11) 40c Swift's Kersey Brand, per lb 40c Armour's Com Flakes, 2 for . . ' .25c Fine California Cheese, per lb. 40c SARDINES New shipment Booths Sardines, per can 25c Portola Sardines, pure olive oil or t'omoto sauce per can 20c SOAP SALE Special for Saturday only Crystal M'hite Soap-' 10 bars 49c Cream Oil Soap. 4 bars ..30c Crystal White Flakes. 4 for ....30c (The same size as Lux) FRIDAY Hydro Pura Day, per package 23c. Come in and get a premium with each package pur chased. In our fruit, and vegetable department you will find everything that's good to eat. Only four more shop ping days before Christmas Sho Early. ayless Grocery Co. Phones: :-"! 1 4.4.) First Street and Washington Mail Orders Our Spocialfy OUT FOR AN AIRING IN LONDON TOWN r-, , ?-rr , iS'WRENSN F Atlanta War Camp Community Ser vice has hart the rare privilege of open ing one of this country's literary shrines to our men in uniform. This la the home of Joel Chandler Harri3, au thor of the "Uncle Remus" stories, which with Washington Irving's "Rip Van Winkle," form practicall your en tire stock of folk lore tales. The bis rambling house is known as the "Wren's Nest'' from the following characteristic incident. One day the children rushed in and told the kindly writer that a wren had built her nest in the battered old box in which Hal -ris' mail was deposited. He hurried out and intercepted the postman, and for bade him ever to put mail in it again. "Von can leave my mail anywhere," he said, "I don't want to break up a home." In all the windows of th old house, at -14 (lortlon Street appears the rea circle of "War Camp Community Ser vice, the sign of welcome to all the sol diers in the world except Germans. Aust.rians. Bulgarians and Turks. Ad mission is fr.-e to them, and they throng in at all hours, but especially Saturda yafternoons and Sundays. Pic tures of "Uncle Remus" friends, James Whitcomb Riley, Theodore Roosevelt and Andrew Carnegie adorn the walls, and our men in uniform have the run of the house all except one room. This is the room in which Harris lived and wrote most of his Cncle Re mus tales. A wooden gate bars the en trance and the room is kept just as he left it. There is the bed he slept and died in. There is his table, and on it his antiquated typewriter and the black Stetson hat which he wore perpetually except at meals. Beside them lie "Uncje : Remus" spectacles, and against the mantel lean his stout cane and ancient umbrella. His black string tie hangs on the gas jet where he put it. and on ! the bureau his shaving brush and razor ! strop are; visible. Everything is of the ! utmost simplicity. "He was raised poor and liked things I simple." says the courteous old gentle- man who exhibits these mementoes. "Why, Lazarus was opulent compared , to him in his early life." : The membership of the Uncle Remus ; Association extends far and w ide, and at one time the Boston members pro- posed to buy the house and transfer it I bodily to that city. But Alanta's citi ; zens rose in their wrath and the house ; remains where it was. A branch Oar , negie library where they can obtain 1 books adds to its attractions for the soldiers. Of course they all read the Uncle Remus stories and many of them can quote, the pathetic lines written in his memory: i 'The rabbit will hide, as he always hid, i And th- fox willdo as he always did, j Hut who will tell us what they say I Since Uncle Remus has gone away?" STIllWiES i CHARACTERIZE OLD SI DISSOLUTION SHI T Tank soldier giving wounded comrade airing in London. Tie jrood fellowship of our boys in service is shown in the picture febove. The Yank soldier driving the motorcycle has called at one of the hospitals where our wounded boys are quartered in London and is taking cne of the disabled heroes for a sight-seeing toun Insinuations made to the court in i chambers by C. 10. Cage that Raymond j Alice, referee appointed by the court in j the case of J,. A. Brown versus '. K. j Tage in a suit for dissolution of part- I nership had been paid for his work, ledj to a motion for contempt being placed before the court by F. Struekmeyer, counsel lor Alice, and .1. K. Morrison, who represents Brown in the case. When the question of compensation for Alice was broached. Base declared in chambers that lie didn't want to pav him lyiytbing. that he already bad been oaid. This was declared by both Stnickmeyer and Morrison to be a di rect charge of bribery against Alice. "An insinuation has been cast on an officer of this court for the purpose of influencing the e.nn-t fli ,o-.l ... torneys who asked that the offender b.: punished lor contempt of court. Judge Sapp of Navajo county, w ho is sitting in the case in division one. asked that proof be produced, and at 1:30 o'clock yesterday that matter was taken up. After testimony had been offered and A. S. Hawkins, counsel for Bage. had been lectured by the court. Judge Sapp stated that instead of malting an allow, ance of Jpiu for the referee as be bad intended, he would make it $.100, the additional hundred to be deducted from Page's part of the partnership. Mr. Morrison stated that the defend ant had been in continuous contempt since the action began. He charged that contemptuous observations had been made about the court, the lawyers and the supreme court. Judge Sap,) agreed, charging Hawkins with bein-; too drastic- in his methods of practice. The court stated that he understood counsel had made remarks about him. i on ve maue remarks aoout me. it THE WAR HAS TAUGHT US to save and to serve.Dorft waste food or fuel .When you eat wheat he sure it is the whole wheat. It is allFbod Shu is the wholewheat nothing wasted nothing thrown away.Ready cook-ed,ready-to-eat. Saves fuelsaves fbod,saves healfhlw any meal with milk or cream or fruits. sdded Wheat Hill! lll all vou need is"a fDlE?"TVT jjfllillii 1 1 1 ll ll TOi Heart and a Dollar JRU Bvl N ' ' 1 TONIGHT if jjjjj li " And Every Night Until Christmas VSV llfO? NEW JANUARY RECORDS NOW ON SALE HEAR THEM w i mk LIBERTY BONDS TAKEN Ml 0R GENEROUS CREDIT GIVEN IF DESIRED JjM ! ijii 1 1 the big gift stre sljli KpL Barrows Furniture Jm Hw Company ' Jmm III Mil Will Cor. First St. and Jefferson jT?M II 11 III 1 WmmrJ All we ask is a chance to show you j?JJ A DINNER GOWN OF BLACK AND CERISE with Trrongfully aporopriating funds. The deferdant filed exceptions to the report, and the oniy matter before the court yesterday was the question of compensation for the referee. When or dered to produce proof, Hawkins called I Joe Murphy to the stand who said that he had been employed by Page as spe I cial investigator. His testimony di-1 not tend to show that Allee had been paid. and the court made the allowance. j This morning the exceiions taken to i the report w ill come up before a jury. The partnership involves property in Buck(-e. ('. T. Hirst has been ap- j pointed receiver, and the referee has had associated with him AV. H. Craw- ' ford, accountant. X'se The Republican Classified Pages for r.esults Read for rrofit. WOULD ADMINISTER ESTATE An agreement for tha purchase of property for the sum of $6,000 was named by James W. Ray, petitioner for letters of administration of the estate of Margaret Ray, as the property value of the decedant. Mrs. Ray died in this city on June 30, and the petitioner is her husband. The hearing will bo helo before Judge Lyman on December 30. Black satin combined with cerise Chiffon forms this unique dinner pown. The chiffon fashions the sleeves and odd bow and sash in the back which are draped over a black latin foundation. A decidedly, artis tic touch is the use of electric blue steel beads to edge the bodice and trim the girdle and loose sleeves. too." replied Hawkins. He said that if contempt proceedings were to be made, against him that it be produced in writing and that he be gien opportun ity to answer. The Erown-Fn.se dissolution of part nership matter has beer, before the courts for some time. The defendant's first act was to file an affidavit that the presiding judge was disqualified, which was denied. The next step was the fillntr ofran application for a writ of prohibition, which was thrown out of court. In the meantime Hawkins( advised his client not to obey the court's order to turn the property over to the receiv er, and contempt proceedings followed. Hawkins offered an explanation and was roundly lectured by .the court. At p Gearing sometime later when a fea ture of the case was under discussion the word "liar" was passed by Hawkins to Morrison, the court, this time impos ing a fine which was suspended when Hawkins apologized for his use of the word. According to Referee" Alice's report. Page is shown indebted to tb.e partner ship. The report also charges Page What Could Be More Acceptable than an Make This An OVERLAND Christmas For Christmas? An Automobile ! 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