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THE APJZOXA REPUBLICAN. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1919 Section Two PAGE THIRTEEN, Houses Were Made Into Homes Last Week Our Piano and Player Bargains Did It Sale Continues This Week .edew Piano Dept. Eugene Redewill, Mgr. 222 W. Washington St. U. S. RECOGNIZES WOMEN'S WORK IN WAR mi v IP ills iVtt ' ft 4 !Cf 1 j I COMES TO EXPLAIN i SOLDIER lillCE W. T. Barr oC 107 North Central! avenue, has accepted an appointment by the government as government in surance policy instructor and is ready to consult with all soldiers before they convert thfir government policies. 'Don't allow insurance agents or others to dissatisfy you with govern ment insurance without due investiga tion on your part," is Mr. Earr's ad vice to soldier policy holders. He fur ther states that the government has several features in its policies which he wishes to explain to all soldiers contemplating giving theirs up and not contained in the policies of any life insurance company, besides being 30 to 4 per cent less in premium. Mr. Uarr. who is doing this work for the government without pay, wishes to receive soldiers who are puzzled on this subject in order to give them free, valuable advice. town when the body was dropped out of the window. It rolled in front of a group of Russian soldjers. Seeing the window from which their comrade had been tossed, these soldiers immediately rushed into the compart ment, and when told that the red guard had killed the soldier they went into the corridor, finding the red guard wip ing the blood from his bayonet. The red guard- was bayoneted by the sol diers, who then jumped from the srain. His body "was thrown from the sarje window by the same men who had similarly disposed of the other soldier. Shortly afterward the woman pas senger in their compartment cried out: "Oh! I've found my purse! It was be tween the cushions." Immediately the three men set upon her, shouting that she talked too much and was a menace to the community. They tore the clothes from her and subjected her to indignities before one of the men stabbed her to death. Her body was thrown from the car window through which the two others had pre- ceded it. o IF YOU BUILD, SPEND WISELY comTort and convenience for mere big ness and useless elaboration. But we are learning, for instance, that a chicken will cook just as veil with the kitchen table or sink along side and next to the range rather t bar on the other side of a 16-foot room. The modern kitchen is small, very much in the nature of a laborat ro, r.nd is being designed to save step.? nnd motions as In the case of the modern factory. We are learning that it is better to expend the cost of towers, dormers. elaborate gable fronts and bevel e-1 glass windows in more and baUef plumbing, heating and the general utilities of a dwelling, that it isjthe more harmonious distribution of Ex penditure, f WILL DO IT ANYHOW "Talk is not cheap." : "Well, it won't be any use toi stclt my wife that. She's naturally! 'extravagant." JWAGN0LI& HUMAN LIFE CHEAP IN RUSSIA ij&ii i-i .I, .iMimiltmm-T t - i. A . (New York World i The tragic cheapness in which life is held in Petrograd is shown in a grue some story which came to the ears of American officials in London from an American just returned from the Rus sian capital. In the compartment of a train leaving Petrograd were three civilians, a Russian soldier and one woman. Shortly after the train started the woman cried out that she had lost her purse, adding: "This soldier has stolen my pocketbook!" Protestations of his innocence did no good, and final ly the woman's shouts attracted the red guard standing in the corridor of the car ,to whom when he entered tha compartment she reiterated her state ment. Without pausing he buried his bayonet in the accused soldier, killing him instantly. The body lay on the floor. The men in the carriage finally decided to throw it out of the window. The trim was just arriving in the station of a Email (Omaha News) A great American architect was in the habit of using this expression to his clients and students: j "The inharmonious distribution of expenditure!" When asked for his meaning, he ex plained that he once stopped in a hotel with a white marble "grand" stair way, the posts and balusters of which were elaborateyl carved. Tj ona side of this stairway was the cheapest lype of passenger elevator that most ol the time did not run by reason of its being out o order. The architect went on to explain that it would have been a more harmonious distribution or" expenditure to have spent less on elaborate maible larving and more on the elevator. There is going to be a lot of home building within the next few ' ears, and this principle of the inharmonious distribution of expenditure will apply to the frame dwelling quite as well as the commercial structure. In our home building of th3 past we have sacrificed much in the way of ICE CERAM "As Sweet and Pure As the Name" Made of sweet, pure milk and cream, every da, right on the premises. Delivered Anytime, Any Place In the City one 1 Order a Quart for Your SUNDAY DINNER SPECIAL SUNDAY TUTTI FRTJTTI Magnolia Ice Cream Is Sold Only at The Corner Drug Store Walter S. Solomon Soda Fountain Kittie Corner from the Adams Hotel Was Secretary Baker pinning Distinguished Service Medal on Dr. Anna Howard Shaw. Further recognition of the work of women during the war was given by the war department recently when Secretary Baker presented the Dis tinguished Service Medal to Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, chairman of the woman's committee of the council of national defense Dr. Shaw was at the head of the committee throughout the war. When the armistice was signed the organization of women had been perfected in forty-eight states, comprising nearly 4,000 county councils and about 150,000 community and municipal units. Legal Advertising Thomas F. Nichols CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER Room 419 Fleming BIdg. CURTIS TOBEY AECHITECT y' Chamber of Commerce Building Pboenlx. Arizona Phone 359J IN THH3 SUPERIOR COURT OF MARICO PA COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA No. 2821. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY OR DER OK REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE. In the matter of the estate of Mabel B. Merrill, deceased. It appearing to this Court, by the petition this day presented and filed by William Bevan, administrator of the estate of Mabel B. Merrill, de ceased, that it is necessary to sell the whole or some portion of the real es tate of said decedent to pay the debts of decedent and the expenses and charges of administration. IT IS THERE KOK ORDERED BY THIS COURT: That all persons in terested in the estate of said deceased appear before the said Superior Court on Monday the 23rd day of June, A. D., It'll), at the hour of lu o'clock A. M., of said day, at the court-room of said Court, at the Court House, in the city of Phoenix, Maricopa County, State of Arizona to show cause why an order should not be granted to said Adminis trator, to sell so much of the said real estate as shall be necessary and that a copy of this order be published four successive weeks in The Arizona Re publican, a newspaper printed and We Advise the Purchase and Are Making a Specially LIBERTY BONDS And Will BUY or SELL LARGE or SMALL LOTS R. ALLYN LEWIS Phon 1419 119 North Central Avenut E. F. HUTTON & CO. Members New York Stock Exchange Private leased wire to all exchanges. published in the said County of Mari copa. Dated, May 1919. F. H. LYMAN, Judge. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF MARICOPA COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA 11521 , Action brought in the Superior Court of the County of Maricopa, State of Arizona, and the complaint filed in said County of Maricopa in the office of the Clerk of said Superior Court. HILDA COX, plaintiff, vs. CHARLES COX, defendant. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA, TO CHARLES COX, defendant. Greeting: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the Superior Court of the County of Maricopa, State of Arizona, and answer to complaint therein filed with the Clerk of this said Court, at Phoenix, in said County, within twenty days after the service upon you of this Summons, if served in this said County, or in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times above mentioned be!ng exclusive of the day of service, or Judgment by default will be taken against you. Giyen under my hand and the seal of the Superior Court of the County of Maricopa, State of Arizona, this 2nd day of April. 1919. CLAUDE S. BERRYMAN, Clerk of Said Superior Court, (Court Seal) By THOMAS G. PEYTON,' Deputy Clerk. Jo jt V- HWJIUMIH TiT ii'-' h. mil mil adies a ems -- no L 2 Cleaned and Pressed Cash y 3P n Tr9vVl O jrnoe AMD -TP Union Band snax High School Monday, June 2 8:30 Po M. at High School Auditorium , Benefit Concert to pay for instruments for band Assisted by well known Soloists of this city Ir Dwight Defty, Cello Miss Bessie J. Barkley, Contralto Miss Ida Mae Golze, Soprano Mr. Percy Clingerma, Violin IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Of Maricopa County. State of Arizona. In the matter of the estate of W. B. Creagor, deceased. No. 3.111. Notice of hearing petition for pro bate of will. Notice is hereby given that Mabelle C. Redewill has filed in this court a certain document purporting to be the last will and testament of W. B. Creagor, together with his petition praying that said document be ad mitted to probate in this court as the last will and testament of said W. B. Creagor, who, said petitioner alleges, is deceased, nnd that letters of admin istration with will annexed issue thereon to said petitioner, and that same will be heard on Friday the 6th day of June, A. D. 1919, at 1:30 O'clock in the afternoon of said day, at the courtroom of Division No. Two of said court, in the Court House, in the City of Phoenix, County of Maricopa, State of Arizona, and all persohs interested in said estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Dated May 26. 1919. CLAUDE S. BERRYMAN, (COURT SEAL) Clerk. By W. H. LINVILLE. Deputy Clerk. o HE DOESN'T EARN IT rice Prices on AH Other Work in Proportion "Don't Ask Us How We Do It Make Us Prove It." Effective June 2d w-Mi"niUf !!!1"" '--If! OS m mi ) Phone 3556 434 We Washington Street .. i-t '-siii ffl i m turn ik VB pripANi tsi i i Til 1L 'FN. i (From the Ohio State Journal.) "They say the kaiser is spending $1,000 a week." 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