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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN", FRIDAY MORNIXG, FEBRUARY 7, 1919 TIE TUNES 1:T T Airp lane Most Seriously Damaged On Landing Last Sunday To Be Shipped To Texas Field By Railroad and Louis Lewyn, official photogra pher. Reach Yuma at Noon Tuma was reached by the airmen at just 12:05 p. m. They left at 2:25. The report from San Diego that the squadron plans to turn back east from that city is contrary to the statement of Lieutenant Searl, the commander, in this city yesterday morning when he states that they would go on up the coast to San Sneisco. ADD NEW MEMBERS ST JEROME MAN E! IE R THE MANN AG IT TO CATTLE COMPfti SAN DIEGO. Cal., Feb. 6. A squad ron of three de Haviland planes with Liberty motors, which left Ellington field, Houston, Texas, January 21, ana Has made several stems en route, ar rived here late today. The final flight of the trip was from Yuma, Arizona, in 20O minutes flat. The pilots were Lieu tenants R. C. Searles, commander; E. D Jones, H. Birkett and Charles Hugh. Seraeant W. E. Kind acted as mechan ic of the squadron. AH the machines were equipped with radio telephonic apparatus. The squadron plans to leave for the return trip io Houston on Monday morninq, qoinq by way of the Grand Canyon to take motion pictures of the great gorge. Lil;e three tiny birds soaring away to the southwest and disappearing high in the sky. three of the four De Hav iland airplanes which landed on the Ingleside club golf grounds Sunday took their departure yesterday shortly before noon. One airplane remains in this city, the plane most seriously damaged when the landings were made on the soft ground caused by the rain of the day before. Also two of the aviators did not accom pany their fellow airmen on the trip to the Pacific coast. Lieutenant E. L. Eilheimer and Lieu tenant E. H. Nelson are still in Phoe nix. The former will supervise the loading of the damaged De Haviland Birplane on a railroad car for shipment to Ellington Field, Houston, Texas. Lieutenant Bilheimer will then return a the Texas base, also by rail. ' Ship Plane to Houston f Lieutenant Xelson will go to the roast, it was stated last night by one of the remaining airmen. The damaged rirplane is still at Ingleside. It is hot Known what day it will be shipped. a3 it is uncertain in these busy railroad times when a car can be secured. - After delaying one day on account of the soft ground at the Ingleside golf cou lee, making a start exceedingly dif ficult, the three airplanes, one of which was slightl- damaged on Sunday, but which had been repaired, took the air about It o'clock yesterday and sailed over the city It was but a few min utes until practically everyone in tin city knew that the bird men were in the air. With little prel'minary maneuvering, the three airplanes rose to flight height, drifted into diamond formation end headed for the southwest. In the first plane were Lieutenan R. O. Searle, squadron commander, and Lieutenant E. D. Jones. In the second were Lieu tenant Howard Birkett and Sergeant W. E. Kain, mechanician. In the third plane were Lieutenant Charles Rugl Moyse Holmes of southern Florida, a well known real estate man In that section, and a brother of T. L. Holmes of the Lone S.tar Land and Cattle company, will in the future be a mem ber of that firm, and make his home in Phoenix. It is the intention of the firm now to also handle city property, both for rental and sale, or buy with the idea of develpoment . H. E. Frederickson, well known here in business and mining circles, and formerly associated with X. L. Holmes in the Phoenix Motor company, is also one of the members of the Lone Star Land and Cattle company. He is now in Texas, investigating oil properties of the Ranger oil fields. The junior partner of the firm is Miss Fay Young, who was with the United States reclamation service for several years prior to the taking over of the project by the Water Users association, and for the past year has been with the Water Users' associa tion and with the I'hoenix Motor com pany. The offices of the Lone Star Land and Cattle company . have just been moved from' 15 North Central avenue to 27 North Central avenue, Rooms 205-206 Stroud building. o Because ho employed a Mrs. Mc Arthur, whom he met in Los Angeles, to be his housekeeper in Jerome, Jack Shumway of that city, was arrested February 4 by department of justice officials under the Mann act. Mrs. McArthur, it is claimed, accompanied Shumway as far as Ash Fork, where the couple remained over night, regis tering as man and wife. Later, upon their arrival at Jerome, she assumed the duties for which she was em ployed. The couple left Los Angeles January 13 and have been residing in Jerome since that time. Mrs. McArthur gives her age as 30 and Shumway is about 58. BRITISH ENGINEMEN QUIT Ml TO BE ENTERTAINED LONDON, Feb. 6. One-fourth of the engineers and firemen of the Brighton railroad have gone on strike, according to a statement issued tonight by the railroad company. The statement reads: "The situation is precarious. Some 23 per cent of the drivers and firemen have left their posts without warning. AMUSEMENTS MORE TERR BLE WAYS Shall We Do With Him" that sent the audience away to their homes, think ing. I "Is the Kaiser the Anti-Christ, "Did our boys save the world, not only from autocracy, but from the machinations of Satan?" These are only samples of the questions people ask themselves after they have seen this really re markable picture, conceived and exe cuted in a remarkable manner, filled with beautiful and puzzling effects. Weird in the extreme are certain parts of the film, too much so for the comfort of those whose emotions are not abnormally hard to stir. Taking as a basis those portions of the Reve lation that predict the coming of the Anti-Christ and of the woe he brings upon the world, the story starts with Satan loosed to go abroad in the world and compass the destruction of the race. Standing upon a mountain, the Evil One reviews to Wilhelm the his tory of the race, how he tempted the first pair in the Garden of Eden, planted the lust for blood in the race, compassed the betrayal of the Christ, and finally, after reviewing his power and works through the ages, announces to the attentive monarch that he is the Anti-Christ, destined to rule the world. Then follow the preparations for war, the descent on helpless Belgium, magnificent pictures of battles and ruins and all the results of tho lust ot the Hun emperor to rule the world. Truly, "What Shall We Do With Him?" TONIGHT nsfhas Mrs. Frances Tilli THE NOTED SPEAKER Will tell of post-war conditions among the starving and destitute peoples of the near east at 8:15 at THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH No Admission No Solicitation the program being offered for the last times today. iiiupuictqo u mini BY ELY YORK According to a telegram received by The Republican, the Rocky Moun tain lub of New York, has been ad vised by Governor Robert D. Carey, of Wyoming, that the legislature of that state has appropriated J10.000 to be used in entertaining Wyoming boys on their arrival at the Atlantic seaboard. In thanking the Rocky Mountain club for its offer of service. Governor Carey according to the telegram, says he will appreciate its co-operation. He further states that he did not know what arrangements had been made with other states but felt sol diers should not be entertained whose states had not made arrangements to bear a proportionate share of the ex pense, deming it a patriotic duty to Urender every service within its power to our fighters. The Rocky Mountain club considers the action of the sen ate of Wyoming a high honor and will endeavor to discharge the trust placed in it. What shall we do with him? Still the answers to the universal question come in and. yet more terrible are the punishments invented for the kaiser. Just read this from a young woman fwho writes a very feminine hand and Fisna li'e sweeny lfiiuimie name ui Mary: Feed him on dry barley bread and salt, creating an itch and a thirst; make him walk a four-inch plank suspended high over a swift-flowing stream abounding with mosquitos and boulders constantly patrolling the plank with 20 pounds of high explosive ;n ' ach hand. Oh Mary. Here's another: Give, him over to the BHt :'.ns to do as they wish with him. Place him in a cage and show him all over the world as a warning to all never to attempt to rule the world. Send him hurling down the torpedo tube of one of his submarines to form the living morsel of a deep sea rogie. Thus the fish which fattened on his harvest of human bodies will unwitting ly feast on the body of their benefactor. These are just a few. Try your hand at answering the question ,'What shall we do with him?" Send your answer to Contest Manager, Republican, There will be prizes given for the ten best answers. A big audience saw the film "What Shall We Do With Him?" at the Elks last night and got some novel ideas. It will be there for four nights and Sunday mateinee. I WANT A JOB Can make good in any legitimate business as sales man, correspondent, office man or assistant to a busy man. I have initiative, executive ability, and can " carry a message to Garcia." If you can use a well trained business man, aged 29, ambitious, reliable and capable, give me an in terview. Box 51-11, Republican. 'Big Girl Show" at American The "Big Girl Show" continues to night at the American theater where it is pleasing large audiences nightly. There is a complete change tonight. A feature will be an old-fashioned barn dance. There also will be hula-hula dancers and everything snappy and up-to-date. The smiling face of Dad Brought will be there to welcome ev eryone to the bi fun show. white slave dramas and the other of ferings that 'depend on questionable moral themes have not in any single instance furnished such profit as has come from this simple story. This is the first opportunity that local theater goers have had to eijoy it. Mr. Miller has provided an excellent cast, which is headed by Alice Haynes, as "Judy." In a brief sketch, it is quite impos sible to convey the real depth of Louis K. Anspacher's "The Unchastened Woman," showing in photoplay form in seven great reels at the Columbia theater for the last times today. This is the most successful play ever pre sented by Oliver Morosco, which is saying about as much as could be said of any production. The screen adaption by George Edwards Hall and William Humphrey, if anything, intensifies the drama as it was originally presented on the legi timate stage. It is a masterful char acter study of a woman who is chaste in body, but whose soul is just the reverse. When the woman's tompern- ment is firmly planted for the purpose ot drama, the attention is focused on the specific instances of the havoc she creates in the lives of others. She al ways rises, however, like a I'hoenix out of the fire, unscorched herself. Grace Valentine in the title rolo is superb, both in appearance as well as in the portrayal of the difficult role. Not less can justly' be said of the ex cellent cast which, headed by Frank Mills, includes such well-known artists as Victor Sutherland, Mildred Mann ing, Catherine Tower, Edna Hunter, Paul Panzer and others. Eastern critics are almost unanimous in declaring this to be one of the big gest and best productions of 1913. No less an authority than Fritz Tiiden had the following to say in the Dra matic Mirror regarding this piay: "The brilliant performance or Graee Valentine in the title role, and. the ex cellent support given her by a large. capame and representative cast, are points of great interest in 'The Un chastened Woman.' It is a thoroughly interesting story, mounted to its best advantage. It is a masterful character study of a woman who is chaste in body, but whose soul is just tho re verse." A new news reel, photographed on the Pacific coast and just four days old on its arrival in Phoenix, and a good two-reel comedy will augment "Judy," the little heroine of "Daddy Long Legs," which will be presented at the Columbia Theater on next Satur day and Sunday, believed in fairies, be cause, for years she had told wonder ful tales of them to the smaller chil dren in the orphanage and she had faith that they would rescue her from the drudgery of the asylum. When this takes place, at the instance of a some what cynical bachelor, who stipulates that she shall not be told the name of her benefac tor, Judy discovers that she still lacked that which she wanted most; someone to love and someone to be loved by. The working out of this idea pro vides the romance. If there remains a bit of your youthful ideals and fancies and understanding of the. "once-upon-a-time" sort of thing, which made your childhood the trlory-time of your life vou will not wish to miss the opportun ity f seeing "Daddy Long Legs." A matinee will be given on Sunday. " "Daddy Long Legs" Coming "Daddy Long Legs," under the di rection of Henry Miller, comes to the Columbia theater next Saturday and Sunday. The dramatization of this charming story, with its bubbling hu mor and honest sentiment, has made a fortune for Mr. Miller. Sex plays, French Garde Band Recruited from the front-line trenches. Sent to America by the French Government. High School Auditorium Monday Evening, Feb. 17th Seat Sale, opens Monday, Feb. 10, at the Central Pharmacy. Seats $1 to $2. Out of town mail orders filled in order of receipt if mailed with check to William Conrad Mills. All receipts above expenses devoted to the French Y. M. C. A. BIG DOUBLE BILL AT ELKS THEATER The "makin's" o laughiter, solid, comfortable entertainment and much food for thought, is a combination rarely found in one theatrical program, rsnt it wna nil there at the Elks thea ter last night. A Christy Comedy fur nished the laughs to start with, re tailing in a highly entertaining man ner the adventures of a newly married young man who wanted to go out for the night for the first time since that fateful day when the minister tied the knot Payne, Crueste and Cochran, in their first appearance since leaving Camp Funston. carried the audience with them from the first moment. Payne, at the piano, was unobtrusive, but ef fective, while Billy Cochran and his talented wife took to the lime-lighted stage front quite gracefully. Songs, old and new, short vaudeville skits, all bubbling clean with good humor not a single effort of theirs but brought in stant response from the audience. Two beautiful bunches of flowers were passed over tl footlights to them. But it was the feature film, "What DANCE TONIGHT Aeademv of Dancing Polk and X. First St. Sonny Clay's Jazz Band PLAZA TODAY See the great sand storm in The Garden of Allah A romance of the Sahara featuring HELEN WARD In 8 reels --After the War You was promised lower prices And they are here Arizona Grocery Co. 28c 58c Picnic Hams Per lb Golden State Creamery Butter, per lb . . . . Fancy California White Beans, per lb Ghiradellis Ground Chocolate, OK per lb oos Broken Rice, Q, Pr. lh Us Fancv Japan Head Rice, 10 lbs. for $1.00 35c 25c $4.50 15c $3.50 Standard Tomatoes, 2i3 CO !K size, Silverdale brand, case w. w Ohio Dried Sweet Corn, Per lb. Luna White Soap 5 Bars for, Luna White Soap, Per Box, 100 bars Standard Iowa Corn, Per Can Standard Iowa Corn, Per Case rains FUSES' EEST im mi:ia iiki! im mn nu QUAT atXD, . Information The Moses Best Flour we are now sell ing is the same quality as before the war. gQ 48-lb. sack ' It solves the bread problem. Arizona Grocery Co. PHONE 19544455 Columbia Theater Get the Vaudeville Habit Tuesdays and Wednesdays LAST TIMES TODAY Grace Valentine In Oliver Morosco's most brilliant dramatic success The Unchastened Woman By LOUIS K. ANSPACHER Supported by Frank Mills and an All-Star cast, a splendid super-play in seven big reels. . and A NEW NEWS WEEKLY Taken on coast and only four days old in Phoenix GOOD TWO REEL COMEDY What ShalLWe Do With THE KAISER USE THIS COUPON IN YOUR VOTING CONTEST f f XX Answer AT ) SHALL W "WE DO him 1 UDO - n Address Bring or Mail answers to Contest ' Manager, Arizona Republican. Answers must be limited to 50 words. VALUABLE PRIZE WH.LE GIVEN FOR THE TEN BEST 4..' WERS AMERICAN THEATER DADY BROUGHT, Mgr. 751 Phone 751 Entire change of program Monday and Friday Matinees: Saturday and Sunday 10c, 20c, 30c A Bevy of Beautiful Girls with La Fatra Co. BIG GIRL SHOW THE SNAPPY MUSICAL HIT La Farra Sisters All Specialty Dancing BERT HERBERT, Comedian 20c, 30c, 40c Extra added attraction, three famous Hulu Hulu dancers Film Special, "HITTING THE TRAIL" featuring Billie Sunday. ELKS THEATER Brandon Bros., Mgrs. 717 Phone 717 TONIGHT Dashing BILLY COCHRAN (HIMELF) With Payne, Croueste and Cochran The Entertaining Entertainers Back home after nine months service for Uncle Sam entertain ing soldiers in the training camps. Pep Life Spice Variety In conjunction with the famous McClures Photoplay. "What Shall We Do With Him?" The picture sensation of the season. rsSr- Mr Vis SHALL WE DO with him Popular Prices 25c, 35c 50c. Matinees Saturday and Eunday, 15c and 25c COLUMBIA THEATER Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 8-9, Special Matinee Sunday comedy of the: day 1 Ire ik I I CHICAGO & Jean Webster ENTIRE SEASON at ENTIRE SEASON Vt POWE R S" THEATRE. GAIETY THEATRE. NEW YDBK. HENRY MILLER Manager With Alice Haynes as "Judy" and a New York cast and Production "What a delightful play is 'Daddy Long Legs.' The company gave a performance that was thoroughly enjoyable. It was one of the finest heard and seen in this city in many a season." Free Press, Winnipeg Canada, Dec. 2. 1918. SEATS ON SALE TODAY Phone 1006 Nights: $1.50, $1.00 and 50c. Sunday Matinee: $1.00, 75c and 50c Wv""' "';-' f.