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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TIIURSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 20, 1919
PAGE ELEVEN SAYS GENERAL FDGHTDCDW1E MSJHi Supreme Knight Flaherty of K. of C. Makes State ment While On Visit in This City-Delighted With Salt River Valley Gets Wonderful Reception. "Q- rv-rtil -Ynlin.inil Koch, nllicd cnm-manilor-in-i-tiii'f will visit the I'nited Kmioi n M.iv oMhis yriir, and ilurini; hi visit tV K ti icl i trf i.f Columlm will nrri.riit li.m Willi ;i ji'Wfll would rrtiirn as soon as possible for a more extended stay. Anions those who met Supreme Knight Flaherty here yesterday were the following: Taat State Deputies R. W. Kr:uner, J. I Boyre and Frank DcSnnza. State Deputy M. A. Murphy, of Flagstaff. District Deputies I'. 11. Stack of Present t, K. II. I'.rcna of Tuc son and W. 1". Voita of Phoenix; State Secretary A. A. Altwies, of Globe: (irand Knights J. F. Kitzpatrick of Hisbee, F. V. Moreno of Douslas, J. J. O'Dowd of Tucson, A. K. Purtell of Yuma, B. M. McAtee of Miami, W. 3. Hums of Phoenix, and Past Grand Kniphts J. T. Whitney, J. G. O'Malley and Peter liyan of Phoenix. o I AMUSEMENTS I n ii DRAKE SYSTEM Tl - The drainage of the underground water which is becoming a menace to the city of Phoenix came one step nearer to accomplishment yesterday. The city commission at its regular weekly session, instructed the city at torney to prepare a bill for the legisla ture, or to take such other steps as he may deem necessary, for the purpose of applying the funds from the bond issue to the drainage system. The move to apply the money from the recent bond sale to the drainage systeji came as the result of the re ceipt by the commission of a com- The TU r actor 1 hat Helped The Cotton Industry Salt River Valley M of ake iton. i,rn-f. w mi make the tiek-t onlv wli;. h is now bung piciared at a cost r,.nts, 25 cents, 40 cents and .".0 cents. ci St '."H Tomorrow night comes the big lere- .i iressmir a largely auenueu gam- tit for jsenorita Angelica MenJvz. rr.i.g ct Ar:zn.i Knights t onimniis ill r th;lt occasion wil ill the meeting tirl.l in the Hotel Adams remedy one. "Ia -ster.l.iy. Mipn-me Knight Jim- .. j Mundo al Peves." The Stianish-Ameri i !.i!i.Ttv i.r Philadelphia tor the uiut ran reKijen, ,,f Phoenix and vicinitv time told of the plans of General 1 ocn r(1 rin-MariniT to Sonnritn Mr..ii i-ii ibis country at an early date. ; th ,hanniiiif and "handsome star of the company, a fine testimonial. Benefit at Elks Friday Today is the last -bargain day" at. the Klks theater for ihe engagement of Senorila Angelica Mendcz and hrr splendid company in repertoire. The bill this evening will be a double one. In addition to the smart comedy. V-I...I.. I " .V....... ..-ill K r.A.,..r,tn.l r ,vT i . h" , . , . " nmnvcation from the Water lasers' as- for the last m.e the farce '"-'. s,Kia,ion. enclosing a map showing the Kuropea:' which was fo well received , liumber and location of the pumping n o.ni,. 0. .,. i -.'r- .if'itnts the association is now installing All those wn apply at the box off.ceon ,no I)orU) si(le ,)f th ri at toe Klks theater tK-tween 1 o vloek ,yin to a ct,mnulnication from ,.itv a. m. anil I ne rt p. m today, will , manaKt!r Tilornpsori asking tnat thev r-i ce i Mu .1 iiau pr ce. mil nail submit a proposal covering certain points relative to the installation of t Supreme Knight I'laheity slated thnt lie had been advised by the French . on;i!iissnmer to the I'nited States that General Koch is i uming. His accept ance oi the baton to be given by the l.nirlr.s was ii . eiV'-d several month . l:o. h, !:- tin' nrsl to be tendered him. P.v f a ' the busiest day situ'e he left Philadelphia fur a tour of the west six w ''!,.s airo v as spent here yesler i! iv t, Suiireine Knitlil Flahertv. In iiddition to an address of two hours in j 1 lie 1'ireticon. a dinner and reception j and brief address after the noon hour, 1 I was taken for a drive to the orange I gri(s near the city, expressing his i'laerm-i.t at the development of the Salt Un T aliev and its propspects tor -;a! gi. ate:- things in the future What Order Has Done ' I iac not the time to recall to you ail thai the Knights of t'olumbus have ni ne Mace lheir oigunizatiou to their l iesent growth to a membership of j ev. r -i.'.it.iiii'V said Mr. Flaherty in the j . leioo of his nioming talk to a galher- ; lag of inn I. nights. -"hiit 1 want to say ; ihat u.- hae necr been idle a ininiit- s.tice we raised J'.O.i'OU about H years ! ..go to rn.io'V a chair of American his- ia-- rit the Gatholic university in! Washington. P. i '., until w e entered 1 1h,s war iu behalf of the soldier and I i .iiliir. sin i' which time we have spent ver tl l.nj'i.Oi'il, and still hae j:"..i)u0. ' imi to T-e usd during the days ot re ci nst ruction and readjustment. "i e.r order has l.Oao fu'ld secretaries in li.i nee at present and will send more as i.i.st as they ale needed. Uur secre 'aiies are sclecied because of their speii.il utuess for the work. One of our best men was Johnny Kvers of baei, ,:i fame. Me played a Mg part in this war; in fact, the French govern ment aski d that it might have him for ' month to teach the Poilus to throw band grenades. hi the fring line, in the camp The hill for Saturday night will be "Don Juan Tenoria." a tlir-e-act com edy. The engagement will close with two performances on Sunday. GOVERNMENT PLANS TO If ! E II th- pumps. The Water l'sers' svstem nf ertiir fhe rid iif thp iih-anrf'ic n-alu, lirfura i will be a double ; from the system advocated bv the citv Pasion' and "Kl : engineer in that it uses pumping plants instead of the tile drain system the city would use. After a general discussion h - the commission the motion was made ami carried unanimously to pre pare to apply the funds of the bond ' issue to the drainage system. i City ordinance No. 24, providing for 1 the improving of Sixth avenue from 1 Van Kuren to Filmore streets, was pre- ! sented to the commission in draft and I read and adopted unanimously. j A petition from 20 property owners i within the vicinity of the carnival : -rounds between Sixth and Seventh : avenues and Washington -nd Jeffer- son streets, was presented to the com- j mission, asking that it revoke the per- j mit recently granted for the holding ! of a carnival there. The commission ! accordingly instructed the city man T to tell the carnival people they : must obtain the permission of the peo- ' pie in that vicinity - the carnival or 1 .secure other premises, the condition of ' I the permit having been that the people , : n the vicinity of the proposed carnival , ; grounds be interviewed. Thousands of dollars are to be spent I , The f:Kt ,hat there is a city election ; .narcn j. so generally overlooked on account of the little contest it pro-"- . ises. bobbed up at the commission meeting when a resolution was ado- ted designating polling "laces, appointing election officials and providing for the ! ballots. i Gerge o. Ford appeared before the ; j commission during its session and I asked for better police protection, and i also suggesting that the need of re I placing street signs be remedied. The j matter was referred to the city man i ager and police department. ! A quantity of other business nf Strong Pull CMOI PARK S001 immediately on improving the roads about Grand Canyon National park, in Coconino county, of which Flagstaff is the county seat. The Grand Cann was created a national park by the government Jan uary 23. The next day, Stephen Mather of Washington. D. ."., director of the national park system, wired across the continent to IeVVitt I Keaburn. su perintendent of the Mount Ka inter na tional park, in the state of Washington, to proceed to Grand Canyon at once. tor the puniose of making a survey and , lesser imnortance wa alon .-.,.,.,.. -a submitting an estimate en the cost of j by the commission, which ariio,,rn,..t needed road improvement. Mr. He; burn ha- 'ened to the canyon and spent four das there looking things over. Mr. peaburn made one announce ment that will be of much interest to the people of Arizona and particularly to thue of Flagstaff and Coconino county who travel via automobile to until next Wednesday.. o ANNUAL MEETING cat and in the cantonments our i canyon each year, lie said thai one ot ttie lirst things lie recommended in his report to the director at Wash--imrton is the improvement of the HJ mile stretch of road between Grand Canyon and Desert View. At present only horses can make this trip but w-hen it is completed automobiles -can travel over it. Mr. Reaburn is a practical engineer and Flagstaff. Cocimino county, and Arizona citizens can feel sure his re port will recommend the expenditure at once of thousands of dollars for good roads about the canyon. Di rector Mather will take his figures and ask the present conjrress for an ap propriation for good roads and for other improvements about the new na tional park. o : ecrrtaries have been an aid anil a innifort to the men of the fighting lorees. We havi1 never lelt that we e i re vivmg to these brave bo s. for 'iiy dollar we have used has come iroin the lathers and brothers of the ' pi' n in I haM. and our order has been i oil. ii, more than the channel through ' huh to handle what in every sense I i direct lv to t he men. "'. Vlb a knights, 1 am in Arizona 'to. lay to urge cu b individual to rally to tlie .standard cf Knights of Colum bus in our lampaign for 1.000,1)00 i umbois. To double our membership ill be to double our potency as a factor for the upbuilding of our nation .lid it - i il censliip." Present for Wife S i, it me Knight Flaherty wan plcas : ml-,- surprised during the dinner hour " 'h n be 'a is a-sked to act as the agent tor l;i' Arizona knights In presenting to Mrs. Flaherty a handsome Mexican .rape, secircd irom Agua Caliente. Mexe o. lor tlie occasion. He wittily ta marked that a few more such gifts might reconcile Mrs. Flaherty so com i ! tclv to bis absence that she might v. n li lor .in extended stay in the south- W est. Follow mg the dinner, Mr. Flaherty again addressed the knights on the io i ompiiabrnents of the order, pointing to its rapid growth, and the work done in louricrn camps along the Mexican bordi r, where amusement and whole-i-nnie moral conditions were provided. "If our order never does anything mor than it has done for our soldiers iii'd sailms m thin war," he paid, "it v ii b.ni) a'complished a great work, .ml will limy made a record of which everv ktouht may well lie prond. Our i' turning bos speak in the highest Kin:; of what we have done on the oilier side. We are patisfied to leave in 1 1 on- lards t he erdict." l or a brief talk to the assembled In! OF STOCK. HOLDERS The regular annual meeting of ?he stockholders of the Copper Chief Mines ' - I,ir 'he election of a board of di- rectors and the transaction of such 1 other business as may come before it, .will be held at the Commercial Ho'ei' I hoenix, Arizona, on Monday, March 3d, 131?, at 1 o'clock p. m. B. A. DARLING, Secreta-v Thoenix, Ariz., Feb. 17th, 1913. "' 1 All members of the Patrol meet this evening at S:00 o'clock p m at the Shriner's Temple. Those who have Patrol uniforms bring them. FR KD NORTON", Captain. sold January WSMMM- 1 T SlfiRKil Small Farmers- W?T1 fcsSSsES .SvMSpife Cost itR.yer Easy Valley iill Operate " I i i I I i The Fordson Tractor has proven that it will give the kind of service you would naturally expect from a tractor bearing this name Glendale Grand Avenue ALL PARTS RUN IN OIL IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ED RUDOLPH Phoenix Fourth and Adams PHONES 3014 and 3016 MISSOURI MULE IN WAR j the certificate of character. j Cambrai would never oe what jt is Missouri is signally honored. Her going to be in history if the Missouri mule naa not neen oeninu ine man Be hind the gun. He kept the heavy ar tillery right up to the front with the attacking infantry. He went without his oats and waded through mud and over filled -in shell holes to show that he was game on the side of peace with victory and justice. The Mtssouri mule took his share of mules "made good'' on the western front. They were an indispensable help in winning the war. The chief witness in behalf of the Missouri mule is the British army. The witness is unbiased by any considera tions of neighborliness. He never was in Missouri. Without intimidation or coercion, of his -wn free will, he signs the gas and shell shock. He slept out o' nights in the rain and cold. He kept his "hee haw'' muffled at critical mo ments. He pulled and pulled mv. how he pulled when put to it' Who shall pay that the mule vet erans, having proved their stuff by their deeds, are not entitled to roam rich pastures in the good old summer time and to hibernate in warm box stalls the rest of their natural lives'" It is back to the land, back to the oats and hay for them. They will tell no tales of their prowess, but on many of them always will be the marks of their stewardship In the straggle of titanic forces for good and. 111. Minneapolis' Tribune, o i Fireman's Annual Ball, Friday Feb 21. Adv. - dli EXPECT TO DEPORT AL ENS FROM BUTTE El'TTF., Mont., Feb. 19. Josepli j Kennedy, branch secretary of the Metal Mine Workers' Industrial union ! .No. $00, I. W, W., one of the organiza- ' lions that declared a strike of miners ; in llutte February 7. was taken into ; custody today by I'nited states immi- t gration authorities. ! Kennedy was taken into custody bv ! f. K. Andrews, immigration inspector, in charge of the district comprising Montana and Idaho, and bv Immigra tion Inspector Phil Haldwin. He is a Briti i subject and has been in the I'nited States 14 years. He never has applied for citizenship papers, accord- 1 lug to the immigration officials. I Kennedy was active in liutte, during 'lnl.'icri. Mr. Flaherty was taken to , fn mTnt trike of miners and prior b.r v, !,!, where he urged 1 10 that time had been active in I. W. W. con tinm the value of an education in I f' s battles, lie displayed to them ; sin. ill ropv of ni of Shakespeare's !!. a"il ft.iti-d that for over thirty cars be Icid not missed n day in In' Ii tu rcol'si'mn part of the mas ;ir's works. ,t the conclusion he was bv request photographed, with 400 i liildrcti s irriiiinding him. See Oranget Firt Timt I'.i ieg bis first trip into the west, Mr. Il.ilirrty for the first time eaw 'ranges on the tree. During a drive width included the district along Cen 'ral aenue and Ingleside, he con tinually expressed his surprise at the bwiiity of the homes and the develop ment of the orchards and farms. At one of the biggest groves, he asked that a stop be made that he might go among the trees and pick lor himself an orange. He stated that this was one of the most delightful in cidents of bis entire trip and one that he would take pleasure in recounting to his Philadelphia friends when he returns to tell them that all the won ders of the world have not been en by fliose who have not visited the Fait P.ivrr Valley. Mr. Flaherty was especially Inter ested in the Roosevelt dam and the irrigation system. It was his first opportunity to contrast the uncertain ty of the farmer who depends on the rainfall with the man who Is assured plenty of water when it is needed. He declared that he would return east a strong advocate of farming by irri tation. Big Representation To his surprise and satisfaction. Supreme Knight Flaherty was greeted Iiy one of the most representative iitherlnits the Knights of Columbus bus held In Arizona in many years. Kvery council in the state with one exception whs represented. . I'pon his arrival here yesterday morning, n company with State Ih'piitv M. A. M.irphy of Flagstaff. Mr. Flaherty was m t by a reception ci.irmiiti e and escorted to bis hotel. I'ntil l is depart lie yesterday even ing fur I os Angeles, where he will be iir nievt ,,f th- Knights of Columbus for lv... d.i.. be v.is kept busy. He prom, i'. as hi" t en in lift that he propaganda work, the Immigration of ficials say. An official warrant will arrive in Putte tomorrow from Wash ington, it. was paid, and until its ar- ! rival no details are available regarding the charges Kennedy will have to i answer. Immigration officials were reticient ', regarding the charges, hut it is under- I stood that Kennedy will have to on- i swer to alleged violations of the Im- I migration a. t and to the act of c- i tobr 8, 1917. i The arrest of Kennedy by lmmigra- tion authorities was said ! many to ' be the beginning of a series of arrests ' of aliens who are alleged to have been j responsible for stirring up labor troubles in Butte. Possibility of labor deportation measures b.ng taken in F.utte is said to be responsible for a rush of foreign ers to make their declarations tor citizenship papers during the Inst three days. Saturday. Monday and Tuesday, the district court, clerk issued first papers to 144 declurauts. The federal I court clerk, in the same period, has issued papers to forty applicants. GERMAN REFUSAL A BLUFF LONDON', Feb. 19. (British Wire less Service) The report that the German cabinet had decided not ta sign the renewal of the armistice is the subject of comment by London newspapers. They call the -ction of the German government a "comedy" and say it was well staged. They say Germany has always had faith in the policy of threats and bold talk and that the failure of this attitude In the waf has not prevented her from continuing It in defeat. The newspapers declare the allies have no intention of imposing on Ger many terms comparing in severity with those Germany imposed on Knssia and Itiimania a year ago. The Times, in editorials, points out that the Frank fort Zeltung and the perhn Yorwaerts. last e;-r rejoiced in the terms which bound Ilumania to Germany. Fireman's Annual Ball, CI. Adv. Friday Feb. db Use The Kepuhllfati Classified Pages for Tt?sults Itcad for Profit. wmMi m iiin m m wa w m m u par v fm mw m n I I 'Mfo m I m Sleep is the Body's Building-up Time ONLY deep, sound steep can restore the energy spent in your day's work. People who know the facts are going beyond the mere looks of a bed, and asking about sleeping quality. There isn't anybody anywhere bat will sleep, better in a Simmons Metal Bed and Slumber King Spring. HpHp Simmm Mrtl Bed It TP 70a want the most rtUxinf and con J. lock ft m atCbccoracn, The corner 1 nructive len anyone can kl vw'11 ftnd it is a Sunmor.i twin Bed. 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