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THE AKIZOXA REPUBLICAN, FBIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 7, 1919
PAGE SEVEN ARREST MAN WHO HAS! 1 PINTS WHISKY IN IIS li AUTO Three hundred pints of whiskey were hitl to those who, dceplte the high I ru e. patronize the iKtotlrggorti' frat iTiuty, i hen iM-puty Shenlf Jim Trout man jefterdiiv apprehended Itert Rey nolds t'o miles this Fldo of Itiirkeye. H Wiut a terrible, blow to the lo al 1'iiolle stock mvl will undoubtedly t'inhir assist in boosting the market prue fur a tune. Reynolds was coming in from Cnll i'rnia in a. IKige touring ear in whleh he carried two trunks packed with pint bottles of whiskey whic h would lave netted approximately $2, 500. ac lonling to the present prke of whiskey. Tlie niTest was not without its seii Mtional features. Troutman, who was in the l:mkeo valley for purposes other than that which led to the arrest "f lie; uolds, pored the tnan as he ;a-;l in his car. Suspicious when h mw the two trunks in the hack se.-it of the automobile, the county officer called to Reynolds to stop. When he refused Troulm.m piv chase for more than a mile and when i HexnohlM found that the deputy was exhlSitm too much speed. lor him. ho r iti his i;u- into a mil l hole and started lo run across the de:ert. t'unstiihle Jay .loin s of Kuckeye, who wns with Troutman, aiih'd the latter in eflectirw the arrest. Throughout the trip to town Reynolds refused to talk. Mil only remark to the officer was that he had fully made up his mind not to en through and then decided on t.iki.ig a. chance. Troutrnan said Inst night that one of the trunks weighed as much as 400 lioundi, while the other wax not less than U00 pounds in weight. The trunks are believed to contain fully o0i pints of w hiskey. o BEER IN CUBES (Cleveland l'lain pealcr) Here's a thought that w ill he n oasis in the thirsty desert scheduled for July 1 hv the drj a. The vest pocket schooner is the great and glorious idea which the Milwaukee breweries are said to h ive Invented. It comes In it tin box. in cubes, like powdered bullion. All yon have to do is to drop a cube. Into our mouth, let rold water trinMe over the cube and down your throat and you have a drink of beer. SOUTHSIDE NEWS V. D. JOHNSON. MANAGER, PHONE 85 R, MESA TEMPE AGENCY Mrs. Chat. Prather at Brown Mercantile Co.; Ph. 71 TEMPE CORRESPONDENT Mr. Delia Droll inger, Phone 206 GILBERT AGENCY Mrs. Schultz at Postoffice MESA CORRESPONDENT V. D. Johnson, Phone 85R CHANDLER AGENCY Gardner Drug Co.; Phone 34 CHANDLER CORRESPONDENT S. A. Meyer, Phone 32 tion. The success of the undertaking, which has been practically guaranteed by Mr. Olmstead, will be watched with considerable interest, as it will solve a serious problem of sewage disposal for the town of Chandler. Visiting Griffin Family Mrs. L. L Haw k and children of Pur cell. Okla., are visting at the X. G. days. ID 1 GIRL 1W O BI ST E TO DEDICATE NEW CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sergeant Loveless Home J. I. Loveless, of the Higley country, passed through Chandler early in the week to meet his brother. Sergeant C. H. Loveless, just returned from Edge wood, Md., where he has been working for the government in the manufacture of gas bombs. He has received his honorable discharge. W. H. Code Here "W. H. Code, of Los Angeles, a heavy property owner at Mesa and Chandler, is stopping nt the San Marcos on a short visit here. It makes r.o difference what your wants may bo you can have them sup plied bv using and reading The Repub lican Classified pages Arizona's Lead ing Advertising Medium. Local Produce Market focal celery Is now practically off the market, and soon the California production will h.ivo Lo he depended on lor supplying this section. A mixed car of fruits and vegetables was received yesterday. Included in it wbjj.i shipment of giant strawberry rhubarb. A car of Oak Glenn apples, a car of bananas and ii shipment ol dried, hulled thnmps, from Mexico, were re ceived also, A car of bananas and a car of pota toes will be unloaded today. Dealers Are Paying Iron MKiiA, Match 6. An Indian girl employed in the house of a Mesa, fam ily was found dead in her room on North Center street yesterday morn ing, by officers who forced the door after having been called by a member of the family. l'or several days the girl had rot been well and on 'Wednesday afternoon-lucked herself in her room and, refused admission to the housewife, explaining however that she was feel ing nil right but wanted to rest. Al?' tributing the at'tiou to a. race peculiar ity, the gnl was not questioned, fur ther anxiety on her account being stilled by the fact that two other In dian girls were in the room as visi tors until 10 o'clock at night and re ported that she was feelini? better. A'esterday morning when the girl's room was again visited, the door was found locked and no response was made to the knock or calls. Lifting the flap over the window the woman saw the girl lying on the floor and at once summoned tiff leer 1'ickens, who with Charley Sabln forced the door open. The girl was lying face down ward and bore the appearance of hav ing leen dead since shortly after mid night. A coroner's jury was summoned who having viewed tho remains, adjourned until the afternoon to await the com .in of Indian Superintendent Sharpe. After the men had left several neigh bor women gathered and a more thor ough Inspection of the room revealed the body of a new bom Infant wrapped in cloth and shut up In a suit case. The girl's condition had been suspected for some days but the good woman of the household never suspected that In dian stoicism would carry the unfor tunate so far as to cause her to suf fer alone when ready help was near. The door had been locked from the Inside, and while there was blood over tho floor nnd bed, the girls hands were clean and in the cleaning she must have gone from the room out to W'here water was available. In the opinion of the Jury there was nothing to in dicate foul play and a verdict of death from euaretnic poisoning following childbirth, was rendered. The Jury was composed of George Wilbur, Sei grl Davis, Warren Surrine, I. A. Le IVarron, Charles Sabin and J. H. Spence. Justice of the Teacc Newell had charge of tho inquest. ,6 'I .18 3.85 1S.( 1.65 Ranch eggs tiutter V ryers, lb Hi ns. lb 1 Micks Feterita Turkey hens, lb ... Tom turkeys, lb .. Kaffir coin ... Wheat l'.ail.v Alfalta Hrau Miln maize , Head mai7.e, ten ., Retail Selling Prices Almonds, lb V:gs Turks H.ns leaks, p. l'rvers lb. Rutter Sugar. 2 lbs l'iour, :4-lU. sack Apple. 11) Rcll peppers, lh Green chili, 11 abba en Lemons, dozen 'ranges, dozen Rtinch vegetables, 2 for lettuce, per head lry onions White onions v.. Kgir plant, lh 1 (ananas, 2 lbs I'otatoes, sack 1'eanuts, lb Pumpkins, lb llrozll nuts, lb Artichokes, each l'ilberts. lb Celery, bunch Sweet potatoes, 3 lbs.... Squash, lb Cauliflower, lb Rears, lb tmported dates, per box Walnuts, lb Olives, qt 1'runes, lb tigs, 2 packages 1 slack figs, lb Tangerines, dozen Grapefruit, per Ikx .... Grapefruit, per dozen. . . . To .65 :i.o . 28. ices .40 .45 .411 .45 .33 .its .40 .? .0 .... .10 .23 1.50 1.72 .id .i:vs .25 .05 .::o .r .30 .7". .OS .10 .0.1 .05 .1.1 .25 , . .25 3.i'i 3.25 .35 .04 .40 .:o .40 .20 !o '. .15 15 .30 .40 .25 .23 .25 .25 .30 .35 ... 2.00 3.30 1.00 1.50 Office Routine When working under a steady grind of Office Routine, there comes a timo when something tells you your EYES aren't to sure as they were. Tou'vo got to look, TWICK to make things out and at times feel so fatigued that you want to knock off work. These are the early symptoms of ETE breakdown a sign that you're re rtaxing the delicate machinery. Hay safe! Consult a reliable OP TOMETRIST right awuv! The expense nt a thm-ich exam Innllon is slUht tut the EVES are rmcELEss: MUNS0N OPTICAL CO. 8 E. Washington St. Phoenix - Aruona Reward of Ten Dotiars The Arizona Republican will give 1 1 ii rew ard for information leading to the arrest and conviction of any person or persons caught breaking bundles or taking papers from the place where they are left In front of the Orange Blossom. Reports should be made to the southside manager at Mesa and prosecution certainly will follow. AT TEMPE SUNDAY TEMTE, March ".The new Chris tian church, erected at a cost of 314. 000 la-st fail, will be dedicated Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and a very im pressive service is planned. All the churches of the city will dispense with their morning worship and join with the Christian church in its consecration service. It is expected that a great crowd of people w ill be present at all of the services of the day. Not only will there be a morning service at W o'clock, at which time the dedicatory sermon will be preached, but people are expected to bring their basket dinners with them and have picnic dinner in the church parlors. At 2: CO o'clock, Rev. Dr. Knowles, the evangelist, who is holding a great meeting in Phoenix, will preach, after which the Lord's Supper will be served. This will be administered by the pastors of the Thoenix and Toileson Christian churches and will be open to Christians of all beliefs. A two-weeks' revival meeting will commence with the evening service a: 7:4.1 o'clock, when Dr. B. C. Hagerman, of Los Angeles, a noted preacher and educator will be present to lead in the meeting. Dr. Hagerman is one of the most distinguished preachers in the brotherhood and was for years presi dent of one of the most prominent of the colleges of the Christian church. He has been living in 1ms Angeles where he has property interests for and is one of the leaders in the movement of the disciples of Christ. Music is to be made a special feature of the revival and Miss Myrtle Rice, director of mus ic in the city schools, will have charge of this part of the program and lead nightly in the sons service. Congrega tional singing is always a feature of the Christian church and' this will be further stressed. The new Christian church is the re sult of years of patient effort and per sistent work on the part of the con gregation, which was organized in Tempe in 1S94. For years the congre gation worshipped in a small taber nacle at the corner of Forest and Eighth, where the present handsome edifice now stands. The new building is a modern church plant, designed to meet the requirements of a thoroughly graded church school. It is SSxtiO feet and arranged In with a system of slid ing doors that provide departmental quarters and an auditorium that may be enlarged to meet the requirements of a great crowd. J. R. Rountree, pastor of the church, has been with the congregation since September, 1914 and is Interested in ev erything that concerns the welfare of the people of the community. Golf Expert Goes Home Harry J. Collis, the San Marcos golf professional, left Thursday for his home in Chicago to assume his duties as golf expert for one of the big clubs out of the Illinois city. Announcement! Purely As An Introductory Offer And Enabling You to Cultivate a Taste for the Best. THE REGULAR TWENTY CENT LOAF OF Will Be Sold Saturday at TAKEN IPJ STOLEN CAR i PAIR'S EXPLANATION CE Notice to Gilbert Subscr bers It appears that The Republican has been carried past Gilbert on Sunday mornings, or probably not tarried at all, for tho past few Sundays, since numerous complaints have come to the office. The Gilbert agent of The Re publican was informed by a subscriber that the mail clerk on the Sunday train stated that no more Sunday papers would be carried unless there was a regular Sunday mail order for all classes of mail Into Gilbert on that day. Subscribers are here notified that should such a condition exist, other arrangements will be made and the papers will get to the thriving com munity each Sunday hcerafter unless some unavoidable circumstances might hinder an occasional delivery. Minute Men and Friends Eat Oysters The Minute Men of the Methodist church entertained themselves, each other and a number of friends last evening in the basement of the church. The following was the program of the occasion: IXixology. I "raver by pastor. "Reason for Meeting" Minute Men Chairman. U. V. Carter. Song. "I Walk With the King" Miss Ruby Golden and assembly. Minute Man W. W. Dobson. Minute Man H. M. Hall. Song. "Brighten the Corner Where Ton Are" Assembly. Minute Man 'II. S. Longmoor. Minute Man G. W. I'attee. Song, selected Miss Ruby Golden. Minute Man M. J. Norton. Minute Man A. C. Kirchoff. ' Summary. Minute Man W. R. Stewart. Fifteen minute interval. Oyster supper. State President of Rebeccas Here Mrs. Elizabeth Tapen of Clifton, the president of the Rebecca state assem bly is here visiting the local lodge. Mrs. Tapen has been visiting the various local lodges in the northern part of the state. FAILS TO COIN Claiming that they were on their way j to California and hailed a passing car for a lift, Hay.en Weil and James II. i AIvcs explained to Justice Wheeler j how they chanced to be found in t he i Marmon car stolen from Dr. R. W. I Craig last Monday evening. They were not acquainted with the man who obliged them with a ride and neither did they know his name. He deserted the car when it ran out of gas, they said. Justice Wheeler, before whom the preliminary hearing was held yester day, held the defendants to answer to the superior court, placing their bond at 33,000 which they failed to furnish. Weil and Alves stated that they were walking out by Five l'oints when a Ford passed and they asked for a ride. They were refused. The next car was the Marmon, and the driver let them in, taking his passengers to 14 miles this side of Agua Callente when the pas gave out. The defendants said they walked to a milling camp some miles distant to procure gas and w hen they returned they found that a Studebaker w ith flat tires had replaced the big Marmon. Color was Kiven to their tale by John Doe Malberry w ho is alleged to have admitted the theft of the Sttide- baker and the later theft of the Mar- I mon. lie stated tnat lie transterrea the gas from the Studebaker to the other machine and made for town. En route he met a man named Milton, said to be the original Marmon thief, who returned to Phoenix in the car he stole. He later made his escape. VICE-PRESIDENT P ARRIVE EX Receives French Souvenirs Mrs. Chas. Prattler has Just received a box from her brother in France con taining two exquisite vases which are made of shells from the war zone. Visiting Mother Mrs. Flossie King and small daugh ter are visiting Mrs. King's mother, Mrs. Flora Dines. IRK Spending Day With Friends Mrs. R. K. Dunlap spent Thursday in Tempe visiting old time friends. School Board Holds Meetini At a meeting Wednesday night, the school board accepted the resignation of Mrs. Florence I'ierson as teacher of seventh grade of the Tenth street school. Mrs. G. W. Persons has been selected to succeed Mrs. I'ierson. Former Tern peso Here Mrs. Charles Peil, formerly of Tempe, spent Tuesday here visiting Mrs. John Birchett. Mrs. Peil's husband is still in France. Enjoys Matinee at Elks Mrs. Chas. Reed and Mrs. Chas. Har ris attended the matinee at the Elks in Phoenix, Wednesday. Leaves For New Orleans George Butterworth left Wednesday for New Orleans. Thomas R. Marshall, vice-president of the Vnited States, will arrive in Phoenix Saturday morning for an in definite stay in the Salt River valley. Tho vice-president, accompanied by Mrs Marshall, their boy Morrison Marshall and a maid, are already en route for their Scottsdale home, the following telegram, placed on the wires at Dodge City, Kansas, having been received yesterday by K. L. Graves, a Scottsdale neighbor of the Marshalls: Dodge City, Kans., March 6. K. L. Graves. Scottsdale, Ariz. Will arrive Saturday morning. Deep snow. Mav be late. THOMAS R. MARSHALL. o "I in nTiirn uinnnin RI U HtHWUNUn ns NAMED CHARGES II SUIT FOR iii; E Mrs. Clark Much Better Mrs. A. B. Clark who has been quite ill for the past week is much better. Has Pleasant Surprise On Thursday afternoon the Ladies' Aid of the Christian church held a so cial meeting at the home of - rs. C. O. Austin, making the affair a complete surprise to Mrs. Austin. A very inter esting program was enjoyed by all. Slight Recurrence of Influenza Physicians report that there is a slight recurrence of influenza in and around Mesa. There are. not many cases, in fact probably no more In proportion than exist and have existed nil over the country, in districts where tho epidemic has appeared. A very considerable number of people also i are suffering from severe colds, oc casioned so the doctors say by the cold nights and warmer days, with the constantly changing temperatures. Trying to Break the Combination Last year the sheep shearers found it exceptionally profitable, so say cer tain of the sheep owners, the results of a day's work running at times con siderably in excess of a day's wage, so it is claimed. The price asked for this season by the union shearers is 21 cents per animal, and several large sheep owners have engaged the ser vices of men from the Snowflake country, who will do the shearing at li cents per head. Red Cross Knitting Instructions The Instructions and yarn for the knitting of children's stockings are here and ready for distribution at the home of Mrs. Bertram Hendrix on Normal avenue. Three and titty little unuer shirts have been received and must be finished hy the first of April. This sew ing is not to be done in the Red Cross rooms, but it will be home work. All ladies who can help with this sewing may get the garments from Mrs. Charles Woolf, Mrs. A. A. -Gibson or Mrs. B. B. Moeur. o "Small Town Guy" at Majestic Taylor Holmes in a late comedy drama "Small Town Guy," together with the 12th installment of '-Hands l'p." and a Pathe Xews make up the Friday bill at the Majestic theater. A settled purpose to drive her from him, is the charge made by Mrs. Vera E. Burge against her husband in a divorce complaint filed yesterday against William H. Burge yesterday. Mrs Burge accounts for her hus band's treatment in this manner and declares that he ejen told her he did not want her and asked her to leave their home. On New Years day. the plaintiff al leges, her husband slapped her in the face in the presence of a (.roup of men and that he has caused her suffering and humiliation in connection with his acts of cruelty. She charges him with being especially abusive while under the influence of liquor. Mrs Hurge claims that last August she found her hus'oand in an office in Mesa with a woman. Mrs. iiiii no says that when she pleaded with her hus band to center his affections upon her he informed her that he had been out "with faster women than that one, and as long as she wanted his attentions and affections he would give them to her." Mrs. Burge sets forth in 'her com- SATURDAY 1000 Loaves Cte. SATURDAY Loaf 0 Mrs. Housewife Don't fail to treat yourself to a loaf of this delicious bread during this exceptional introductory offer. Bayless Grocery Company First Street at Washington "One Loaf to a Customer Only" E EWSEW TO E E RSS T CHANDLER. Ariz.. March 6. The first septic tank for Chandler Is under course of construction, Hon. F. H. Olmstead. the famous Los Angeles en gineer, now in the valley, having charge of the work. The Chandler Im provement company Is Installing the tanks in order to do away with the old cesspool system which has been found ti be entirely inadequate in disposing n 4e sewac. The tnnka or a luln Music Department of Woman's Club The music department of the Mess, Woman's club will meet this aftemen-r.-cd two h!oek west of h. , at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Leo Lesueur will Uany buildings. Th entle tank -iii h second from the Ulest will lhnin pueu ny nsu.g an-i rcaciin,: ine i.epui- , minted underground pipes to -1 In an Classified pci s -Arizona's Is "Vsfiiee of several blocks down ' ing Advertising Medium. - field, where it will be used for irrij- 1 t" have charge or the program. ! huilt-of brick and concrete. . A o an'dinalier tank with siphon fr li m.kes no difference what yvM . rlr j and the third and small v Mills may be you tan have thems lf- , ,he water, now purified, t: A GOOD WAY TO SAVE . "Ia times like these when economy is so essential, I know of no better ay to save than to have the entire tamily shod with Neolin Soles," writes a F, Williams. Rochester. N.Y. In his letter Mr. Williams tells of a pair of Neean-soled shoes which he has worn constantly for four months. "The soles still look like new,"he says. You, too, will think there is no better way to save, w hen once you have tried shoes with these long wearing, comfortable, and waterproof soles. They come in many styles for every member of the family. And Rood repair shops carry Neolin Soles for re-soling. They are made scien tifically by The Goodyear Tire & Rub ber Co., Akron. Ohio, who also make Wingfoot Heels guaranteed to out wear all other heels. Plin Soles I v ma -f: 1 Here's the Better Bread You've Always Wanted And you, the public, made this possible. How? By encouraging us with your patronage, to bake bread in large loaves. Big loaves are always better baked, better grained, better tasting, better keeping, than small loaves from the same dough. With our wonderful equipment, and the celebrated HOIlSUM process, we are putting out in the big loaf of HQISU bread that absolutely is the finest you've ever eaten. Know it's delightful flavor. BIG 20c LOAVES Bayless Grocery Co. DISTRIBUTORS First St. at Washington Phoenix, Arizona V . m. aaaw to km H Boy Ihe BigTotTN 3 ,or Qna,i,y and j rs. ii m O O o Jy T m i M. O v 4 "Takes You Back to Younger Days" plaint that her husband took this woman to the theater while she re mained at home. FHnally she alleges she threatened to inform the woman's employers that she was running around with another's husband, and when she made the threat her husband declared that if the woman lost her position he would furnish her the money to live on. Mrs. Burge says that on February 10 ho left home and has since been established at her mothers home in Trmpe. In asking for a decree, the plaintiff makes her desire to resume her maiden name. Vera Smith. The Burges married in Texas in 1909. Ml EI 10 z CLUBS CONVENTION U.S. fit. vt. Mrs. Josiah Kvans Cowles, president of the general federation or womins 'clubs, will attend tho. annnnl tonven- I tion of the Arizona federation which i will be held in Yuma the latter part ! of the month, according to word re ' eoived yesterday by Mrs. H. A. Guild, state federation president. Mrs. Cowles has been in particular sympathy with the club movement of this state and has always kept in close touch with affairs here. She numbers rr:U!v of her closest friends among the club women of Arizona and ten years ago appeared at a state convention as one of the principal speakers. Even at that time Mrst Cowles wes looked upon as one of" "he foremost club women of the coast. The meeting which she attended many seasons ago was also held in Yuma, Mrs. Thomas J. Pugh being the state president. Mrs. Cowles Is not coming to the Arizona convention merely as a speaker. She plans, according to her message, to remain during the three days session, which will be held March 26, 27 and 28. A most interesting and complete program has been arranged, the speakers', list containing the names of both men and women prominent in affairs, among whom will be Governor Thomas E. Campbell. The Yuma clubs will be the hostess organizations and have planned an in teresting series of social affairs in. honor of the guests who will represent the federated clubs of Arizona. o IF YOU MISS YOUR PAPER City subscribers who do not re ceive ' The ' Arizona Republican promptly should telephone the cir culation department, phone 4331, before 8 o'clock in the morning and a copy will be immediately sent them. KEEPING ABREAST OF BOOKS (Arnold Bennett in the Bookman) There is no patent, simplified method of hitting upon the few good books concaaled in the immense output of the year. They do not bear a special mark recognizable by the Initiated. You can only consult your librarian, and do as your librarian does that Is, read the reviews. I have often been inter ested at the carelessness in the matter of review-scanning, of eager and con vinced readers. Many readers have I known who were genuinely anxiouB to "keep abreast" of the best modern stuff, but who took no steps to be reasonably sure of getting the best modern stuff. Perhaps they expected to be wakened in tho mornings by the cheerful sound of the best modern stuff knocking at the door.