THE ABIZOXA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNTXG, MAY 2, 1919
HERE LATE SUN J
Message from El Paso Sets .
Probable Date Arrival :
Plan Roy d "Welcome at j
Station as They Come In i
BUILDING THE HOME NEST
Tlie Phoenix men of the 158th Willi
nrrivc! hero at home Sunday night, ac-!
cording to word received at the goer
nor's office late yesterday afternoon..
With the men will come the governor,
who met tiiera on their arrival in Kl
Paso yesterday morning, and a crowd;
fit relatives and friends who a'iso jour-j
neyea to Kl Paso to meet Ariwina'sl
returning heroes. I
Aeei.if;in to the message received !
veM rd.i . tlie men will leave I'l Pa-so ;
f-umlay inurning at 7 o'clock, which
vill make tii'ir ariiv.i.l b re come about;
:0:'.)t n'olncl; Sunday night, j
final plans lor the reception of the.
T'hoenix m n of the K.Sth will be made i
a.! a meeting of the entertainment!
committee headed by A. A. I'.etts, at 4 !
o'clock this ntternoon at the chamber j
..I" common. . 1'la.ns already made, j
howe vr, show that the reception will
l"C the greatest ever temlered Ari
zona's home-coming fighting men.
Plan Rousing Welcome
All Phoenix is expected to turn out
to welcome the lr.slh men back from
France when they arrive Sunday night,
anil the big massed Victory loaii band
will probably be vailing at the station
to serenade them as they come in.
The number of T'hoenix men dne to
arrive Sunday night is not definitely
known, though the number is under
stood to include several phoenix mem
bers of the famous ir.Sth military band.
The message received at the gover
ror's office yesterday stated the men
of the Arizona rcjriment would be dis
charged as rapidly as possible. The
regiment arrived in Kl Paso yesterday
morning and was received by Gover
nors Campbell of Ari7xna and Larra
zolo of New Mexico, after which it
was royally entertained in the Texas
ity. Its members v ill be mustered
out of the service at Fort Bliss.
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the picture. The story has Iota of pep
and a mighty appealinR theme, the act
ing: is as good as has been seen in any
film in many a day and the photog
raphy is extraordinary'- J"he settings
are perfect in appointment. The pro
duction was filmed at Oatman.
"When a Girl loves" will be the at
traction at the Columbia, airain today
and Saturday. A Hearst News weekly
and a Strand comedy augment the feature.
FOOKQ WAY TO BEAT
There is more than one way to se
cure the consent of refractory" parents
to a love mateb, as Francisco Baloazor
nd Miss 1','iz J.upercia proved yester
day when they were married not only
with the eoiiaent of tho parents of the
seventeen car old girl but on their
tirwijt demand, backed by an officer.
The parties live at Tempe. Kalcazar
and the girl for a long time wanted to
marry, but the parents of the girl
would not give their consent So, a few
days ago, they ran away and a search
lpr them discovered them in one of the
cotton camps informally living to
gether. They were taken into custody
;'nd brought into Justice Xe Souza's
court where, a license having been
procured, they were regularly united
with the blessings of the officiating
TO NEED GALE
THE ALAND ISLANDS
The Aland islands, one large island
and about three hundred small islands,
are at the entrance of the Gulf of
Bothnia, the northern arm of the Bai
lie sea. The area of the whole archi
pelago is about 5-"l square miles. Only
about ninety of the group are inha.b
ited. These rocky isles bear Scotch
fir. spruce and birch trees, and afford
subsistence to a hardy breed of cattel.
The inhabitants are skillful fishermen
;md seal hunters. As a military posi
tion these islands are of very great
importance. Sweden considers the
islands the naval key to Stockholm and
las asked the peace conference for
It makes no difference what your
wants may be you can have them sup
plied by using and reading The Repub
lican Classified Pages Arizona's lead
ing advertising medium.
Armour & Co. .
Armour & Co.
B. F. Goodrich Co.
Phoenix Wholesale Meat Co.
Warren Brothers Co.
National Bank of Arizona
Arizona Eastern R. R. Co.
Arizona Mach. Mfg. Co.
Kunz Bros. & Messinger
Arizona Iron Works
Ariz. Automotive Supply Co.
Mohrdieck's Garage & Mach. Shop
Citizen's State Bank
Palace Hdwo. & Arms Co.
Tribolet Packing Co.
Orr &. Miller
Entire State House
Moore & McLeMan
H. M. Maus
J. T. Whitney
George F. Merryman Co.'
Standard Oil Co.
S. C. Miller, Real Estate
Nelson Shoe Co.
Southwest Cotton Co. offices
Porage Pot Mkt.
Phoenix National Bank
Morgan Printing Co.
Chas. A. Sheldon
Funk Jewelry 4 Loan Co.
C. P. Lee
Rountree & Rountree
Wagner A. Harrington
W. H. Plunkett
U. S. Land Office
Hege & Co.
Redewill Music Co.
White House Market
Lamson's Business College
committee member yesterday.
A district chairman, an Arizona old
timer, long a resident of this commun
ity, and who has held political office,
cannot be induced to even come into
headquarters to receive receipt books
and sales material to cover his district.
This in the face of repeated requests
from the central committee.
The ladies who are working are do
ing excellent work, but the fact that
upwards of 200 ladies have been asked
to lend their assistance and flatly re
fused to help even in the slightest de
gree puts a damper on the entire situ
ation. This work is a privilege, not an
irksome task. Is this gratitude to the
men who gave their all in France?
Crowds Only Want To Be Entertained
The night meetings are doing much
toward waking up the spirit which
Phoenix has always heretofore shown.
Big crowds are coming out to the
grand stand to be entertained. Often
when girl and women workers ap
proach these people, wno have been
given a really good show free of
charge, and solicit their purchase of a
bond, these girls and women are sub
mitted to positive rudeness and im-
These things must be weeded out,
and the spirit of '76 and '17 spread
throughout every soul in this city and
state if we are to gain our quota. Oth
erwise Arizona and Phoenix will be the
shame of the entire United States.
Phoenix is still far from the realiza
tion that a critical situation thas been
reached in the Victory loan." Our quo
ta still lags, and workers are not forth
coming to put us over," declared a
DIRECT CUT ON PATENT MEDICINES & DRUGS
s the War Tax, You
Save the Pennies'
' Ranchers' Notice-
New is the
TO IHG M
PAIGE GAB OWNERS
Notice is hereDy served upon all
! owners of Paige cars with wire wheels
to examine their "spares" and see that
I they are properly inflated and ready
j for service. This warning is given be
; cause it is Known tnat tnere is one
spare, which is not In readiness and
the owner probably does not know it.
Yesterday a telephone message was
received at Simpson's Garage stating
that Dr. Palmer's Paige was standin
at the corner of Adams and Center
street with one tire down. He had i
spare at the garage and wanted it ad
justed. An emissary was sent out and
he found a Paige at the designated
corner only a little way around on the
Center street side. If he had looked
about him, he would have found an
other Paige in the same shape about
the same distance on tlie Adams street
side. That would have Deen the car
he was looking for.
But the Paige he found was one with
wire wheels, while tho spare he had
brought was intended for a wooden
wheeled car. He noticed though, a
spare on the car and he took it off and
put it in place of the disabled tire,
which he threw into his service car and
returned to the garage.
The proprietor knew that Dr. Pal
mer's car was not equipped with wire
wheels and he hastened back with the
wheel the emissary had brought, hop
ing that he would reach the scene of
the exchange before the police arrived.
The transaction had not been discov
eed yet and the disabled wheel was
put on as a spare.
This mistake saved the owner of the
car the trouble of making a change, but
If he happens to have a puncture out
in the country, and is relying upon that
spare, he will feel that he lias been
AUDOBON SOCIETY HONORS T. R
The great Salmagundi circus is com
ing to I'hoenix again and like Barnum
and Bailey's and all the other old stand-
bys, it Is bigger and better than ever.
and the only "worth while aggregation
on tne lace of tne earth." The circus
this year is to be a joint affair given
oy tne y. lu. c. A. and the Y. w. C.
A- at the Y. W. C. A. grounds at Sec
ond street and Van Buren. Business
girls, Hi-Y girls and boys, boy scouts.
and girl reserves will all have a share
in the stunts.
The circus will be given Mav 1G and
17 and its outstanding feature will be
the great free parade; side shows of
fering new and brilliant attractions.
animals of every rare species, freaks
including fat ladies, dwarfs, snake
charmers, wild men and bearded ladies;
and a great three-ring circus.
1 he committees having charee of the
circus are as follows: Executive com
mittee. Earl Reeves, chairman; Miss
Mary Lee, Miss Ethel Rosenberry; con
cessions, George Roseveare: parade.
James Norton grounds, Ben Getsinger;
side shows, Miss Amy Greenleaf; three
ring circus. Miss Bernice Egelston;
Free shows, Miss Mary Lee: printing
and publicity, Miss Edna Porter.
The Bear Drug Store
'See Bears in Window" Opp. City Hall
The National Association of Audobon
Societies has issued a call to the nature
lovers of America to erect a Roose
velt Memorial Fountain. , Their an
nouncement is in the form of an ap
preciation of Roosevelt, bearing on the
cover 'the legend: "He taught and
practiced . clean, straight sportsman
ship, with a power that has caused
thousands of men afield to walk in
Donald, aged 6, has made a -ery
good beginning on understanding the
eternal feminine. He was playing with
little Eleanor recently, when his moth
er heard him teasing the girl unmerci
fully. She said: "Donald, I want you
to stop teasing that little girl. Aren
yon ashamed of yourself?"
"Well, I've got to tease somebody,
replied the boy.
"What an idea!" said the mother.
Tvell, that s so, said Donald, an
she wants to be teased. If I quit teas
in' her she'll go play with some other
) little boy."
"GREATEST SHOW QH
"All-Star" Comedy Coming
The phrase "all-star cast" has been
so overworked that it has come to be
"the bunk" with a good share of the
public. The term, however, will take
an a measure of reality when Mack
Bennett's latest and largest farce pro
duction, "Yankee Doodle in Berlin," is
spread out for the public gaze Sunday,
Abmday, Tuesday and Wednesday, May
4, 6, 6 and 7. at the Columbia theater.
In this tilrn, which is said to set the
high mark lor the comedy king of the
screen, will be found five reels of mirth
sustained at a high pitch instead of the
euHlomary two from Sennett, and all
the Sennett farceurs assembled in one
array form a broadside of ridicule at
German bluff and bluster.
Charlie Murray plays an Irish sol
dier; Ford Sterling enacts the kaiser,
Chester Conklin'and Ben Turpin, Marie
Prevost and Eva Thatcher are ideally
cost;' tho Sennett Bathing Beauties
Hphish their way into consistent scenes;
and Bothwell Browne, the noted male
actor of feminine roles,' was engaged
for what may be considered the pivotal
part, that of an American aviator who,
in disguise, as a cay "vamp" w orms his
way into the imperial household and
learns both state and dometsic secrets
of value to the United States govern
ment. It will cause no little flutter among
the admirers of those California scintil
lants, the bathing beauties, that they
are to make a journey to the Columbia
theater under special dispensation and
appear in person in a beautifully staged
act and series of illuminated pose in
connection with the film comedy. Never
hitherto seen outside their closely
guarded studio haunts, they will now
hrieflv emenge for a filing visit to the
cast and appear in five of the largest
The double attraction will appear at !
the Columbia for the four days men- j
finned above only. There will be three !
complete performances daily, at 2:13, I
7: lb ana uuutn. j
Week of Grand Opera ! I
T war, classical music will have i L
an opportunity to hear the beautiful :
granu operas ol v eiui, uyuimui awh,- .
zetti and others wnen tne Italian urano
Opera company comes to Thoenix. This j
noted company of artists will sing at ;
the American theater May 6, and the j
week following. i
From Tucson, where the troupe pre- j
sented a number of operas early in
April, and from other parts of the
country where it has been heard, comes
the very highest praise of the splendid
ability of this group of singers. Their
repertory includes all the great operas
of the French and Italian schools.
API BEST ill
FAR THIS YEAR
This is Trophy Train night, Doryft
6 to 10 P. M. Adv. It
April was tho biggest month In con- j
struction work so far this yejir. and '
the biggest since July, 1918, according1
to the monthly report of Building In
spector Herbert J. Mann. During the
month building and building Improve- i
ment permits totalling J13o,777 "were
issued by the city. !
Of the total of 90 "permits issued, 14 :
were for new residences within the 1
city limits, with a total value of $3f,- !
S39. Eleven permits for business
structures were issued representing a
value of J6S.932. There were 01 per
mits for alterations and repairs on res
idences amounting to $13,466, and 15
permits for alterations and repairs on i
business buildinss, with a value of I
$5,250. Two demolishment permits had
a value of JS00, and three permits for
moving buildings amounted to $1,850.
Last month's building activity sur
passed that of the previous h'gh month
of this year, February , by several
thousand dollars and morfc than
doubled the business done in the same
month last year. In April, 1918. build
ing permits totaled $51.S6S, while in
April of 1917, they totalled JS1.776.
Last month's activity also came close
to the banner month of last year. July,
when permits representing $191,171
Use The Republican Classified Page
for results read for profit.
Where Everybody Goet
Phone 751 Ray F. Brandon, Mgr.
TONIGHT ALL WEEK
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D5 H I
The lridiscent Frolro ,
"JIMMY! WHERE ARE YOU 7"
Prices: Night 30,40. 55e; Mat 25,30c
(Tax included) (
T H EATER
BRANDON BROS, Mgrt.
717 Phone 717
THE COOLEST HOUSE IN TOWN
POSITIVELY THE LAST WEEK
THE DEL S. LAWRENCE COMPANY
In the Annual Spring Bargain of Hilarity
DON'T LIE TO YOUR WIFE
An Ardent Comedy of Youthful Romance, Joyously Acted by Ex
perts in High all the Way.
Regular Prices: 25c, 35c, 50c. Matinees Wed, Sat, Sun.
Musical Numbers by Velma Steck and Ida Mae Golze
The chirping musical fantasy, "Jim
my! Where Are You?" being staged at
the American theater this week by the
Ed Redmond Follies Is proving the
banner attraction of their season and
with but five more performances re
maining, namely, tonight, tomorrow
and Sunday nights, and matinees Sat
urday and Sunday afteroons, it is safe
to predict capacity houses at each show.
Commencing Monday evening the
Redmonds will move to the Elks thea
ter, nresentiner as their first attraction
in their new home the nautical musical
frivolity in two acts, entitled, "The I
Transport of Love." In the cast along j
with all of the Redmond favorites will j
be seen Clara Hazard, the well known
vocalist, who will appear in one of the j
principal roles and will also introduce
a series of operatic selections.
Where Everybody Goes
Ray F. Brandon, Mgr.
Week Beginning May 6
GREAT ITALIAN OPERA COMPANY
OPERA IN ENGLISH BENEFIT ASSOCIATED CHARITIES
Maestro Director, Ignacio Del Castillo
A company of real artists that will offer a rare musical treat to the
music lovers of Phoenix Special engagement for one week only.
PEOPLE IN THE COMPANY
Hear this group of Italian artists, supported by its own
orchestra. Seats Now Selling.
Lawrence Company Nearing Farewell
only a few more performances of
"Don't Lie to Your W ife" at the Elks
theater, and the Lawrence comnanv
will be on their way to San Francisco
and Phoenix theatergoers will miss
them probably as few theatrical attrac
tions have ever been missed. Phoenix
has come to know them so well, and
their performances have been so en
joyable, so entertaining, so clean, and
so wholesome, that it seemed as nec
cessary to see a Lawrence play each
week, as it is to eat Sunday dinner.
inat wilt soon be a thing of the oast.
however, for next Sunday night. May
4, tney give their last performance of
this season, and on Monday night will
oe on their way. hut not for so verv
long, as Hr. Lawrence promses he will
De Dack agoin next fall, with all his
favorites, including Miss Velma Steck,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nugent, Bert
Hadley .and the others, and a brand
new line of plays he is going to make
a flying trip to New York especially
for at the conclusion of the San Fran
cisco engagement in September.
the popularity of the Lawrence com
pany has been demonstrated again this
week, as capacity houses at every per-
lormanoe have attested. As for the
play, "Don't Lie to Your Wife," no bet
ter choice could have been made for a
farewell. It is one of tho funniest
farces ever seen here, and keeps the
big crowds laughing from curtain to
curtain. The usual Saturday and Sun
day matinees will be given, and the
"good-bye" Sunday night. An over
flowing house will be on hand to bid the
Lawrence's happy "Adios."
Morley's Country Club
Trie hot spell has brought ever in
creasing crowds out to Morley's Coun
try club. The swimmers appreciate the
pleasantly tempered water of the big
concrete plunge, and the picture show
with its splendid program, "The Lure
of the Circus," "Straight Crooks" and
a Hearst Weeklv, attracts a big audi
ence nightly. The dance pavilion gets
a good patronage every night. There
is excellent cabaret and specialties by
the Nightingale Sisters, a versatile duo
of entertainers who vary their num
bers nightly. Pearl Merrill on the saxa.
phone is a distinct hit and there is al
ways some new attraction to keep the
patrons interest from lagging.
The five-cent cariare wim
es carrying Morley's patrons from the
sylum road to the park brings out a
lot of folks who have no cars at their
disposed. There is always a breeze un
der the trees even in the hottest weath
er and just now the conditions are ideal.
Saturday and Sunday there will be a
special program in the cabaret, lola.
Bolser will appear in new numbers ol
great entertaining value.
MOOSE MEMBERS MUST BUY
BONDS The local lodge of the Loyal
Order of Moose has appointed a com
mittee to boost the Victory loan, and
the lodge will hold a special day later
for its members who have not sub
scribed to the loan already to buy
bonds. Members who have not yet sub
scribed will be seen by the committee.
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Mildred Harris at Columbia
That something different in motion
pictures for which you have been wait
ing these many weeks is at the Colum
bia theater under the title of "When a
Girl Loves." A story, the locale of
which is Arizona, depicting life in a
great mining community with lots of
action, a new and splendid plot, a big
"He" man in the leading role and beau
tiful Mrs. Charlie Chaplin (Mildred
Harris) playing opposite him all these
things and more are combined In this.
Miss Lois Weber's first super-western
The plot is so different in this pro
duction that it is refreshing. It is a
western plot from 'start to finish do
not mistake us in that but it isn't a
story that is the least bit impossible.
There Isn't any hero that figuratively
outwits or defeats an entire army of
opponents, nor does he accomplish the
impossible. He isn't even a "two-gun"
man, but he is two-fisted.
William Stowell is the big two-fisted
man of whom we speak and screen fans
know that without us telling them.
Stowell will be remembered for his
splendid work in such spectacles as I
"Hearts of Humanity'" and "Hell Mor- !
gan's Girl." Here he is again in a role j
the equal to any he has ever portrayed. '
There is a bar-room fight in this play ;
that surpasses anything of its kind ever
attempted before the camera.
In staging this fight, the two men i
actually engaged in real combat and i
the "bout" did not end until the loser j
actually took the count. Persons who
see the play will'realize this as a fact
by the scars on the men's faces. i
"When a Girl, Loves" is a title that
doesn't measure up to the standaul of
C - MORLEY'S - D
TONITE AND EVERY NITE
Airdome Dancing Cabaret
Big Concrete Plunge
ADMISSION Picture Show, Cab
aret, and Suit and a Swim, an for
25c War Tax 3c
Where Everybody Goes
Ray F. Brandon, Mgr.
COMING FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY
MONDAY, MAY 5-
ELLEN BEACH YAW
AMERICA'S PREMIER PRIMA DONNA SOPRANO
Her voice reaches at times double high C, the highest note reached
by any singer in the world.
Possessing youth, beauty and a voice so pure and exquisite in its power
and quality that it hat won her fame in every country in the world.
DONT MISS THE MUSICAL TREAT OF THE SEASON 1
Seats Now Selling. Seats Now Selling.
"The Man Who Dared God."
(Mrs. Charlie Chaplin.)
wnen & wn Loves
A Big Western, Filmed at Oatman, That I Different.
ITS A LOIS WEBER PRODUCTION
With STRAND COMEDY HEARST NEWS WEEKLY
CONDUCTS SEAT SALE OF
Comic Opera In Three Acts By Reginald DeKoven Sung by
PHOEMIX OPERA CLUB
William Conrad Mills, Musical Director. Joe Kemper, Stage Director. Sixty
Voices and Large Professional Orchestra.
MAY 7 and 8 WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY NIGHTS
HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Largest and best ventilated auditorium in the city. Seats on sale now Eagle
, . Pharmacy, Phone 3035. Reserved Seats $1.00.
BENEFIT ASSOCIATED CHARITIES
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