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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MOTCXIXG, FEBRUARY 20, 1919
PAGE FIVE
SHRINE CEREMOiL
niinivi
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GETS-FLYING START
FOR TOMORROW
SHERIFF PLEASED ! EAST RELIEF DRIVE I 1
. raWSMEj MAY PASS S1B0.QQQ (POTTOM fl IdMH
mini nnninin tiirni il J' J A l . Ifv-i' Jl YV. .A ! )J
nuwnuun KbnctA ;- :
Tomorrow will witt.e'. n of the
creates! lodce rcn inomaN ever hcM
in the cit of Phoenix, when tbe Shrin-
rp sta.c tb"ir o-torv i erotnonial
Indicated to tlio .Shrine nobles In
Crajioe and at home. The ceremonial
v, 1 1 1 end Saturday night.
i n" of the of the event ill
be Ihl hl.' parad" lit " O'clock tn-
iiwirrn maht. whirh No'''"1 Mm'.z. In
rh.irro of tho arrangements, premises
ill .surpass anvthmc of i Kind ever
n'temptcd. All nobles are requested to
appear in conventional dress and fez.
Anotlirr interesting event will he the
buffet lunch served in the banquet hall
i f the Hawimr Temple, fur noble and
novice, alanine ;ii t ' hick tomorrow
ri.Kht ami i "V i in'linir Ihrough the PV1
mrjc Tli'- i it iiiomal mil Satur-
:iv n!t:M with 1 he crreat hail at the
r.ala. an eilnsic aitair lor Shrine
u.l. men an.l Ineir ladies.
A i. HBP i lass in preparing In enter
vie ShriniTs this w ipk. Anv ore de--.iriiiiT
petition to enter or information
hoiiM api.lv In Vir Mann or II. I', St.
' la trr.
The Ancient :a li-l Accepted Scot t i.sh
Kite of Free Masonry will ..ontmnnicalp
i 'otu.istot v li r1' i x o'clock this
morning Ml lit." K!..- ha!
I A pprcoiative of the endorsement of
I btJ effort to suppress bootlegging riv
; pit turn by the Woman's club, Sheriff
John !. Montgomery yesterday de
clared that tht iittiludo taken by the
' club was a bid for good government.
Ai lb, club meeting on Tuesday a
resolution wan parsed commc tiding tlio
sheriff and offering to co-operate w it h
him in the suppression of the evil.
! "11 is encouraging to the aiithai .ties
i to know that thev have the npp'oval
'of mii'h an oreanizatum a. the Wom
an' flub.'" tuiiil Shprifl' Montpomvry.
"I am nroud of the fa of that it rn
; dnrspd the stampine out of OootlrrKini;
and am apiirrnativo of the oo-oppra-j
tion 1 fount on reixivmR from t he
club mrmbors."
IZ
ARIZONA 1ST OE
T
IRE PEP OR FAIL
I! 016 C1P1I
filALlLJOIES !
TO SCHOOL OFFICE. 1
VACATED BY DEATH
i
Almfi T Jim.. ib-niiM-r.it, was namd
t.v the board of iippr nori to r i -.
"-eil .1. A. Moon-, ri piiblU Hii, u
(OlllltV sro(tl sulif'ttltPIHlMtlt Tb
uprrvtors nui'lo t lip a I'pointtn' tit
. arh rstrrilav mornir and apnlnnir t!
''r thP position vi-'prnav ai'irrnoon
erp r i M aroiiirioe Mtrri.iiuts of 1
lw-r ceiif of thi n lain '! 'iPv'iirM for
Thr Htatp penalo of Arkansas, aftrr
an address before :l'ni on Arnnian-
risn relief, passed a unanimous reso
lution (ionatiiiu one day's salary of
each member and employe to Hiis
worthy rause, aeiordinx to informa
tion received at state headquarters this
tiioi nitig.
A county chairman of the Armenian
Srian relief in the tu ar east for the
stale of Alabama. Aires to national
headquarters that "our county is so
me to raise its ujintu. if we have to
keep the campamn open all summer."
It has been neeon,ary to extend the
period of raising funds for the .suffer
ing peoples of the mar eaM for one
more week in Ari.ona. I'nless more
enthusiasm is displayed during the ic
maiiuter of the work than is beini;
manifested at the present time. Arizo
na v ill fail miserably in her duty to
humanity, declare Stat'. 1iai::nan
( loMhr rjr.
Kepotls from slate directors :ece v
ed in New York, februarv 10. total
Reports rpreived today from all
parts of state pive encouragement to
the rommittro in charpe of n'lief work
for the. Near Kant that the one hun
dred thousand mark may he paFseil
fcome time this week.
Although the funds thtm far actually
reported amount to about tTTi OOO three
rounttes nnl several districts have
failed to report, and when, the returns
from these section are in. the assf -gate
will be swelled aecordinRly.
Tho detailed report to date is as
follows:
Apache unreported
Cochise ...$;7.00i.00
Coconino 1.600.00
Oila 4.015.00
Graham K Sr.O.Ofl
Creenlee fi.nflP.00
Maricopa 17.fi00.'nt
Mohave 1.67'J.Oii
Navajo unreported
I'ima g.O'la.Oo
Pinal 3.117.0(1
Kanta Cru7. 2.1fi".00
Ysvapai 7.70. t'O
Yuma 2.0.'.7.i'0
Thus far CnhiKP county tops the
list with $"7,000. The campaign in
that, county is considcrr d closed al
though several d;str. ts have not yet
reported, and the total amount is ex
ppctpd to tie increased materially.
The work in Yavapai county, which
was delayed last week on account of
Masonic sessions, is now in full swine:.
nd a roodly showins is expected by
the end of the week.
POPULAR COUPLE'S
0!
mini
MM'
IDDiraflE
Tl
tlwir pi-tninni w luih ihev prepared to j Jl. 0111.172 for "one day s work in Ibe
interest of the Artnenian-Svrian le
hef. The state of Ohio conies in w ith sub
scriptions reported to date. 1 1 .ka 4. ".' 3.
which is 11: p..i- cent of r.x ipioia sial
is the largest per cent subscribed of
any stat in the union, so tar rpyiricd.
What's the matter with Anzon i'.' is
the nurstion being asked of tat heaii
"liiarleis. other campaigna for funds
j have found the pioneer state foremost,
but we will have to exert every i ffoi i
to ra ise our quota, cvi ii with tin. pmih
work K ran ted, it is declared.
o
with the bixird in aiiordame with
'i ho law. The word that the appoint
ment bad bell made oei asloto-d sur
priHp. as il was thouffbr that a'tion
noilld tint be taken in the matter lor
evr'a! d.is
Mr. .Inn. state that :i. t he laid
ti . it name. I his a-sisiant as the entire
i fur had proK'es'il so wiftly that he
h id not had the oppot t unitv to choose
the man Mho wilt serve with him.
Mr. .lor.'H is '.(miliar wi'h the duties
e" the off,, p. h.iviiiir sere, a assis-
I (fit ef.tir.t . Si 1 ' I II I si, pel m'enUellt Ut-
i(. r Siii. eri'iten. tent J. A. Kti;i;,ns for
li an. I a ha" ears. Me Was defeated
to tl.e ofticr. I .- now holiM at the last
p--lin.ir ti.iti b A II. 1'nlton and
.lllel the clef tin,', became a member
' the I. achinz staff of the Adams
- h'N.l. as , nsf r if t or in a v . t titm t ic.
lie ha. al-.ii had entire charfe of the
r M s. h'.ol whiih will now ,e tinder
f S'ip.(' is'.iri of William lli isli..y of
ihe M'uri.e sef.ool faculty.
HOVE FOR WAR DOGS
i London Mail l
To comtiient'ti a'e the oi k o! dotf-i
I irin tl " .Mir the National I'anine
lifene .MBlH oi i, red liniain is to
' epen a li. v ho-n. lor :r.iv or un
'un'fl iii. ..ii'f .. hi.p.'a) for
U' IVS ' ..,!,. ! -l
CHARGES DESERTION
IN COMPLAINT
' Hiieh Wilder, conxicted of a statu
tory oifense in this counfv n enr asn.
in which a deal and dumb e i rl was
the conn lainini; w itness, was niade the
f defendant in u ilaon-e action itist.tuted
i in the superior court vesteciav by Mrs.
I Hester Wilder.
I Mrs. Wilder brought her action on
. the ground of desertion.
The couple married in Phoenix in
January, Ull. and have a three-year-j
old son who is at present with Hie
parents of the plaintiff m White Karih.
Mtnn. The complaint was tiled by Kd
wnrd Wilder, w ho does not claim rela
tionship with the .defendant.
In the presence of their relatives and
a few close friends. Miss Myrtle F.rad
shaw and .1. 1.. ('oppirrrer. well known
rancher were married at a o'clock yes
terday niternoon at tae country home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Iradshaw of the lluckeye road.
Theserice was read by Reverend J.
I Marquis of the 1'resby terian church.
The bride made a charming appear
ance in a becumim; frock' of white
natin combined with ireorKctte crepe.
She carried an arm boquet of white
ca rnat ions.
Although no formal a nnntinccment
i of the engaRement was made, those
! who were close to the couple knew
' ot their plans, although they had no
definite kiiowledi;" of the date of the
' wedding. The fact that the rmrria'j" (
! was to take place was not ecn told
I the deputies in the office of the clerk i
o( the court where Miss lhadslutw wnj
employed until six weeks ami. She j
; has lived practically all her life in frits j
; valley and is we!! known and liked j
i Renemlly. She is- the niece of J. 1'.. i
Hradshaw. a member of the board of;
supervisors.
Mr. Coppinser came to Arizona three ;
years aco from Ney Mexico. Ho has
acquired large ranch interests here
and be and his bride w ill take up their
lesidence on one of his south side,
farms.
WEDDING TDDAYWiLL
We Are Better
repared Than Ever
to take care of your Kotlak work our developing
and pnntiiiv; department is conducted in a separate
liuiidin-;. We lmve jut installed the most complete
outfit in the state of Arizona. Xo job too small or
too largo for us to handle. If you want good, de
pendable work anil service come to us.
Enlarging of Pictures Is
One of Our Specialties
The machine whi'-h vc have installed to do this work
is the nioM up to date on ihe market today. We have
experts in charge of our work room jmd you will be
assured of good results. - '
When von bring voiir pictures to the CENTRAL
PHARMACY
You Are Assured of Getting
Satisfactory Service
Our drying ina'-hinc has a capacity of prints an
hour elect ri -ally operated and gas heated and your
prints will be properly dried. Tlii'inacliine is the
only one ofits kind in the city. Work left by p. m.
will be ready next day by ti p. ni. Velox paper used in
our dark room.
Mail orders attended to promptly. '
Central Pharmacy
Phoenix, Arizona
W. R. WAYLAND, Mgr.
Goodrich Block
Phones 3091-1301
UNITE OLD FAMILIES
Miss Helen Gold, dauthter of Martin!
Gold, and Louis Killeen. Jr.. will be:
married at K o'clock this morning nt ;
!st. Mary's church. Keverend Father I
Novatus rpadinn the ser'ice. Tif (
marriapi" of tip youns people vv.ll
connect two of the oldest families in
the city, the Killeens arid Golds having
been identified with the early history
of the state.
The weddinp this morning will be a
prettily appointed affair rind will be
followed hy an informal reception at !
the home of the bride' father at
CHIC STREET GOWN
OF BLACK TAFFETA
II '
til li 'A' '
and Salt River Valley Is the Throne Room
Here ice gfoio the finest and best grades of Egyptian Long Sta
ple Cotton cotton that ranks the very highestand here we have
a department store of sufficient size and magnitude to cater to
the wants, ivishes and desires of planter, grower, picker, broker
and converter.
store oj
Service"
"The
House of
Courtesy
"The Store Modern"
As a special feature to exploit some of the more necessary
and indispensable of high Grade
COTTON FABRICS
i
We will specially offer for these two days (as we close all
day Saturday, February 22nd Washington's Birthday).
Friday
February 21st
O-Tjd
on
February 24th
day
5000 yards Genuine Best Quality
"Manchester Cambrics"-
Dark and Light Patterns formerly 39c values ....
5000 yard Genuine Best Quality
"Bradford Percales"
Dark and Light Patterns-1- or merly 35c values .
3500 yards Genuine Green Ticket
"Lonsdale Muslin"
The best household muslin made formerly 35c . . .
2000 yards Genuine First Quality
"Hope Muslin"
,For all household sewing- yard wideformerly 33c . .
2000 yards Best Quality Yam Dyed
Johnson's Cheviots"
For men's shirts, boys' waists and dresses 39cqualittj .
All Above Items on Sale in
Korricks' Economy Bargain Basement
24-c
IT YarfJ
22IC
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tt a r r ti. . r ff
lvuimng nui nurgunis
r I vlJr.' Esii
South I'oiirth street. The pretty bride
will he assisted in receiving by her
sister. Miss Hose Gold, who will be
her bridesmaid.
The youiK toll; plan to make their
residence on a ranch, three miles from
l'),oem- the weddins pift, to tl.e oouplt :
I'roiu the falher of youni; Killeen.
- - O - ;
CASUALTY LIST LARGE
out of il.:;7- men accepted for ser
vice in the roval Newfoundland regi
ment there was a total of :'..7.'i7 casti- 1
i allies, incluilinir 1.1 SO killed, up to th
' gmng of the armistice. accordinK to
'icures compiled by the militia depart
! ment. Two hundred and ten men have
'been awardeil iilitary decoralions fin
I In av cry. New Vol k Cost.
llesides. the phone served to while
away many weary hours and ward off
tho blues.
Hefore lomr neighbor S had made
the other homesteadeis see the socia-illnt,-
of it. and an additional tele
idiona. la re and there, was connected
to the wire fences of tie region. 5-ext.
a litlle liundi of si tilers over the hilU
liegun KettiiiK telephones, ' until they
had all tjeir line w ou!d hold. When
the first sroup wanted to fiet In on
that line they said "No, we can't admit
you. Uut neighbor S can put in a
switch if he wants to for your accom
modation." Neighbor .4 did this. 'The
switches began to multiply, and con
neit with other lines; until the "wire
fence telephone" had so spread that
it, reached the regular telephone line
into the tow n of G .
And so Mr. S 'h little act of
neighboring bus borne fruit until thirty
miles of territory occupied by thrifty
settlers is beginning to blossom like
the rose with happy homes, wherp the
people are all wide-awake and ac
tively in touch with every outside
movement and interest.
t 1 ' K 1
It is rather novel, to bo sure, this
black and white combinntin bot th6
effect is more than pleas'injr. l)e.
cidedly French is the touch piven by
combining black taffeta and white
bombinette, the latter forminjj an
odd tunic and long collar and vestea,
TELEPHONE SYSTEM
FOR HOMESTEADERS
(Christian Herald I
Vol who have not llvrd in Montana
( annul rvalue what homesteaders
hii vp to iindeiEo. l.i'iiq slrctihes ol
Rtuy rolling uiliitid and tough hills are
the landscape. And because I'nclr
Sam has been so Renerous in his al
lotment of lands '.2U acres to a home
stead amors the hills the shacks of
the settlers are necessarily far apart.
Neighbor S was a druggist in the
tow n of G , who hankered for a
strip of soil of his. own. His resources
however, were limited. So he filed on
, his land, built a house, and got things
I to going. Then it became necessary
for him to go back to G and earn
I money enough to buy stock and im
! plements, h aving his family on the
land. Vtt he did not want to leave
his wife alone ant there, with little
children, so far from neighbors and
with no means of communication.
I So ho bought two telephones one
for her and one for his cousin, who
' lived on the adjoining ranch and con
, nected them to the wire fence that
' sin rounded the two homesteads. (About
! the first thing a settler does is to en-
( lose his allotment with a wire fence.)
Therefore, if anything went wrong
Jiis wife could telephonu. ,the.couisliu
21 21 2L
TOPS
We have the originality, the ability and the goods to design and
make you the kind of a top that lends tone and class to your car,
whether a new one or not. We turn out the kind of work that
particuhir people like,""
aross Auto Top Co,
451 N. Central Ave.
Phone 3536

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