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THE ARIZONA KEPUDLICAX, TUESDAY MOKN'IXG. MAY f, 3910
PAGE EE It OF BEST 11 IIE1S LOST If lift. H. H a h The Vi' I'jry loan committee in Mari ropri roun'y !o:-f a gon worker when Mrs. orge Tisdale of C22 Xorth First su-'-"t v;lh compelled to give up her laboi.s or that cause. Her husband, ' fv:-,-: Ti.- 'lale, a contractor, V rmerly i::;;j:'T inu iidont of the Santa J'"e and ir,c vt the hc:-t known men in the city, ii i.:- ''uiurii t'jd blood poisoning. It id :!( 's;;iry for Mrs. Tisdale to Kive her !v!r- tsip.' in the care of her husband. Ti. ' :Je has been active in every '-.in caKiuaign and in all other war d.-:vi-.-. in the city and county. Because of !. r ;'reJT success in semiring: sub s' -riinions, she has been given one of she r.i..;c important districts in the '-ii!e:i e section of the city, that part ipirip; !'- -t: ail the avenue between Cen !.,! sristl Seventh avenue. In nn'il the. time Sirs. Tisdale was ..:!!! U to abandon her worK, she r,:i.! I.rmtirhl in a total of $6,300 in Vic nrv loan subscriptions, one of the best :-. cnr:3 el' onv other similar worker. The committee learns -with regret o r 'is. Tisilale'R inability to continue with v-r work for the Victory loan, but con gratulate themselves that she has been able to Kive the time already devoted i . the caue and has brousht in snch 'iafs;e total of subscriptions. US m FCCS M Y ! 5 S UUUU ISI1II ar.-tf d on complaint of Sirs. Tuckey of-wilfully and tinlawfully stealing; turkey egRs." The lad was tried l e- ! fore Justice Patterson on the charge I of petty larceny and was acquitted. It is alleged that the boy has been i humiliated and injured in It is trood r.tune. reputation and character and "as ; an infant" has been disgraced by be- ins charged in the public records with ! the commission of a crime and tried in j court as a criminal. j The plaintiff asks $23 for attorney's ' fees in the criminal action, $."00 actual ! damages and $500 punitive damages. The action was filed in division one of the superior court bv W. J. Gnl brai t h. VALUE MRS' PORTER WISCONSIN'S SWIMMING TEAM READY FOR ANY WOMAN'S COLLEGE TEAM IN COUNTRY ESTATE ST II BOD; i Petition lor letters of administration Of the $31,950 estate of Mrs. Klten Loaise Porter was filed by her hus band, Earl Porter, in the superior court yesterday. According- to the petition filed by Gust and Prescott the only heirs are the petitioner and his son ! Harold. J Among other property left by the de- i cedent is the family home at 1120 North First street, which is given a $5,000 value. The community interest in the property of Earl Porter's undivided in terests in $20 acres of land owned by Porter Brothers is estimated at $57,450. while that in the Porter Saddlery and Harness company is $24,500. Deduc tion of the co-partnership Indebted ness from the undivided half interest I together with the decedent's own prop- I erty leares a balance of $37,950. for j i which letters are asked. Hearing on j the matter will be before Judge layman j on May 19. j T ,ri:.-y v b'.-h Mis. J. H. Tuckey of cieivl.i! ::it.i at $2.-0 may cost her Jl. ''-" if tV i l-'intiff in a malicious :iros.-eutinii i ase i'.-d aefninst her yes terday js awarded the damages claimed. Th" action w a.s brought by K. 0. Copies, guardian ad litem of his 12 'ear oM s.m. M 'l ion "ov !es. who was !. ft TVhoJesoroe, Cleansing, H Re'reshlng and Heallni td jr ja Latien Murine for Red ness, Soreness, Granuia Sl tion.Itchingand Burning - of the Eyes, or Eyelids; "2 Drooa" After the Movies. Motorms or Golf n:a win your confidence. Ask Your Drugmst 'cr Murine when your Eyes Need Care. M-14 k urine Eye Hemsiy Co.. Chicago icye SUE FOR GQSTS OF tor--' V fi-a- A'TH ivV-i, '-ill I I I "A-r J 1 fiEPi PIP 10 Si OIL Claiming that the alterations and repairs made by it on the American theater has never been paid for, the H. Kirchefer company yesterday in stituted court proceedings against Martha T. Poston and Krandon Broth ers, a partnership composed of Ray Krandon and Lee Brandon. The plain tiff contends that it never received a cent of the $64ti.05 due for labor ard material in redecorating the theater, which work was completed the first Miss Josephine Bbss, left, and Miss Adeline Bnggs. TTio jt-7' conmminff tram fif the 1 University of Wisconsin js out I k? with a challenge to all conference universities, and is -willing to take cn any group of five co-ed swim mers from any collere m America. Miss Josephine Bliss, who objects strenuously to being photographed in an Annette Kellerman, is the freshman member of the team. In an interclass contest Miss Bliss took three firsts, breaking two con ference records. Miss Adeline Briggs, a junior member of the team, captured first place in the dives ana plunges. of last November. According to the plaintiff company a lien was filed (;0 days later in the office of the county recorder. The Kirchefers ask that the indebt edness, the cost of verifying and re cording the lien and costs be adjugded a lien upon the theater building and lot and that it be sold under the order of the court and uprHed as payment of the debt. . FEDERAL AND GOODYEAR TIRES HARRY C2ESSWELL Washington St. Garage 805 West Washington St. Estimates Furnished on Ford Auto REPAIRING Phone 4490 We Have Everything for the Ford INDIA LOYAL TO BRITAIN IORTHSIDE Department Glendal Peorii U E. Kingman, Manager and Correspondent Office with Myers & Carriek Glendale Phona No. . I 1' Thedoaor I j j y j cannot risk delay ! XVvfeTII that's why I always use 'Red I 11 s VSl i Vxil v-rown. i must dc siire 01 a quios f i m 1 i kX3 (Melbourn Arus) ! If proof were needed of the holdj which Britain has on India, not by' force, but by magic of race Renins and just government, it is furnished by this; great war. When it broke oat there i were S0,00t seasoned troops in India.! the normal garrison. Within a few weeks practically the whole o that garrison was withdrawn for service in France and elsewhere, and was re placed as opportunity offered by terri torial units from Kneland. Until those territorial units were acclimated and fully trained and equipped, India was practically without a llritish garrison. Was there an insurrection? Was there a rising however small such as might be expected against a tyrannical gov ernment unbacked by force? Not by a glimmer. A few frothy orators, a few predatory schemers perhaps, but of a popular upheaval, not a sign. Use The Republican Classified Page for results read for profit. I 2 1-3 GOLDEN ACRES tin1::? u mm ism St I 1 y imm 8i8 S KKj iki HI W i AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW u t ? , The "Little Ked School 1 louse," of course, is still dear to our hearts. We shall never fnvuet the happy days of our childhood spent there. But there's another school In 'usi' which in nine months has become far more famous than the Red School 1 rouse of old. And it has made people happy, too. For this school house is at Burkbumett, and on the famous school house block thousands and thousands of dollars -worth of oil is being produced daily. And these thousands of dol- ars . are beincr scattered among the wise investors who bought stock in the GOOD Burkbumett com panies near the school house.. It's just 1400 feet from the f amous school house to BIL LIE BURR'S 2 1-3 GOLD EN ACRES from this property one can sec the hundreds of fortune makers -the BIG" WELLS that have made millionaires over night. BILLIE BURK is surrounded name almost anv famous well in the Burk bumett field chances are it" is within a stone's throw of BILLIE BURK'S holdings. ' There's a little BILLIE BURK stock leftby mailing your order now it will reach us before BILLIE BURK is oversubscribed but REMEMBER, in case it 'doesn't wo are under no obligation to deliver, stock and will-return your money promptly. . iiiie Burk.Oil Company p Capital 5to;K yEv.'.'-J . Shares $1.00 Par K " 105 E. Main St. El Paso. Texas p - W. E. ARNOLD, TRUSTEE W Vice- President and Cashier Border National Bank N , ' S , ASSOCIATES " . VV. E. Ar.-o.eV .-. D. Park, . L. Searl. B. C. Kolar, E. W. Prewitt, H. C. Miller, H. C. Hirsch, C. C. Gibson, J. H.- t$ Henderson, Edar Williams, W. N. Gurlcy. A. R. HOUSE l GLENDALE GLENDALE; May 5. Fred Tribolet and J. C Hurley of Phoenix, were in Glendale today lookinsr over the town with the idea, of selecting a location for a packing: plant. The company is all organized and has been contemplat ing I'hoenix and Tempe for sites for this plant. Mr. Hurley stated that he believed Glendale to be the best and most central location being tributary to tne greatest supply ot cattle. The plant as planned will be on an extensive scale, built to handle all of the cattle and hos?s that this section of t Arizona can possibly handle. Mr. Tri bolet said that he believed hogs were a more profitable and surer crop than cotton and that in the future there would be a (rreat many more hogs raised here than ever before as the i packing house would provide a sure and ready market for them. The plans will include a plant that will cost approximately $200,000. It will employ from SO to 100 people. Meat will be shipped in car lots to all parts j or the southwest. Of course the local ! trade will be suplied by this plant but j ns heretofore only a local business has been done in this line, it will mean a great deal to have it handled on so large a scale. Several sites are bing considered. among them, the old sugar factory, also several places along Grand avenue. A site will be selected that has good ship ping facilities. The nnekiner rlant will mean much I fo Glendale. a3 this little city is just at j' the point where a few additions to its industries will make a town out of what is still a village. Glendale Soldiers Are Horn It seemed good today to see the bronzed faces of the Glendale members of the I'lSth, who returned last night. I Many changes have come to their home town as well as to the boys themselves. All of the boys were a credit to the army and won many words of praise for their work. Luther Roach. Chris Sheets, and George Walters were in structors and drilled many men for ac tive service at the front. Others who returned are Tommy Moss. "Pap" Wil son, Thurman Benton and Fred Meeks. Showing our 2-13 Acre holding in-the "Wonder Oil Pocl of the'orlrl" '100.3 Oil Land, Eastern Star Meeting j The Kastern Star will hold its regu- I lar meeting A ednesday evening. May 7. All members and visiting brothers and sisters are cordially invited. To Colorado Harry H-' Thomas and family left Saturday for a trip overland by auto to Delta, Colorado where they will locate. . Moores Leave Glendale P. E. Moore and family left for Cali fornia Saturday by auto. They intend to locate in one of the coast cities. Fine Houses Are Built One of the most noticeable features of the building that is Eteadily going on here is the fact that the residences now being built are of much more sub stantial construction than formerly. Houses that are no wtrnder construc tion that bear ont this statement are R. C Lehman's, C. H. Hunter's and the Baptist parsonage. These are all mod ern in every way, substantial and good size. Houses of this type are what is needed here as they give tone to the city and show the propserity that is G'.endale's. il WANTED A man experienced in the feed and chicken supply business. An swer box 101A, Republican, Glendale. Adv. ' m ' ! o GOOD CACHE SOMEWHERE l (Pittsburg-Chronicle Telegraph) ! The members of the Sunday school class had become interested in Me I thuselah. At their urgent request the teacher related all the authentic infor- mation recorded in the bible about that j amazing man, also various ancedotes i gleaned from loss reliable sources. In J conclusion, he said : I "Now is that all? Are there anv further questions you would like to ask about Methuselah?" "J'd like to know," said the most in tc tasted youngster of the lot, "where ali his birthday presents are buried." that's why I always use 'Red Crown.' I must be sure of a quick start and steady power. "Red Crown" is straight-distilled, all-refinery gasoline with the full and continuous chain of boiling points necessary for easy starting, quick and smooth acceleration, steady, dependable power and long mileage. Look for the Red Crown sign before you fill. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (California) JlieGasolh T.ftA Aft K,S-J fv ?J-TJ &V V-JS'.;.- &S sTZm. B a SI me i s m " I il si! 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