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TEE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 15. 1919 Bajiess G rocery Wants von to Know that the Co. Arrowhead. Demonstration continues there all this week. Come in and try the Arrowhead Gingr Ale, the monarch of all Ales. Arrowhead Kwas is a delicious blend of Lo ganberry and Raspberry juice not extracts but pure fruit juices and all highly carbonated with Arrowhead Springs water. There are also the Cherry, Grape and Orange flavors to select from, all put up in the most mod ern and Sanitary Bottling plant in the United States. For home or table use these Beverages are unequalled in quality and low in price. See our demonstrator and be convinced. Distributed in the state by PHOENIX UN IS RUN DIN AND KILLED - BY AUTO Mrs, Thomas Malony Is Vic tim of Unkno-vVTi Crimi nal Driver While Motoring Near Paso Robles. Calif. Goodwin & Company THESE ARE DELICIOUS SPECIALS FOR TODAY WHAT BETTER THAN COOLING REFRESHMENTS? FRESH APRICOT ICE CANTALOUPE ICE ORANGE TROUFFEL FRESH PEACH ICE CREAM Just the thins" for Sunday Desert. Try it Today. DONOFRIO'S CHICKEN DINNER SERVED TODAY IN CAFE, $1.C0. It Can't Be Beat. EMI 15 CLIMBING FAST Ruthlessly run down on the open highway in broad daylight, Mrs. Mary L. Malony, 70 years old, wife of Thomas Malony, 2022 West Monroe street, Phoe nix, was killed, and three other mem bers of the family severely bruised in a crash near Paso Kobles, California, about 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon. The California police are searching for a large, heavy car, bearing marks of the crash, but as all of the occupants of the Malony car were made uncon scious, the apprehension of the fleeing driver seems doubtful. In the car besides Mrs. Malony were her husband, secretary for the commis sion of state institutions under the Hunt administration; Mrs. Beatrice Glass, a daughter, and Rosalie Glass, a granddaughter. The party was on its way to Mrs. Glass' home in Republic, ashington, in a Ford, newly pur chased for the purpose- It was hoped that the mother, who had been suffer ing from heart trouble for some time, might recover health by a change of climate, and for that reason the trip was arranged. Had No Warning Mr. Malony was driving the car. ac cording to a letter received yesterday by another daughter, Mrs. C. W. Steele, of North Seventh avenue, in this city. As Mr. Malony is an elderly man, and had but recently learned to drive, the car in which the family was riding was proceeding at a careful rate of speed along the paved roadway. Suddenly, without even time given them to look around, they were over-ridden and hurled into the ditch. Mrs. Malony never regained consciousness, dying early the following morning. The oth ers regained consciousness one by one, to find no trace of the criminal. Burial services were conducted in the Odd Fellows' cemetery, Paso Robles, Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Four children survive their mother, Mrs. Beatrice Glass of Republic, Washing ton; Mrs. C. W. Steele of this city, Mrs. Florence Bowler of Cavendish, Idaho, and Major Roy Malony, engineer corps, U. S. army. . Major Malony was here for one day on leave last February. As soon as they have recovered from the shock, the Malony family will con tinue its trip to Washington, according to CT W. Steele, son-in-jaw, yesterday. 10 SUSPENDS TRIAL TO DETERMINE SIT! rRIX'i iTT. June 14 The trial ol I'.prnicp Anderson, accuse! of the murder of John Wilson. May hist, was suspended in the superior court, and a special jury ordered impaneled 10 pass on the woman's sanity. Testimony of expert witnesses th;it. in their belief, Mrs. Anderson was not i'l her ri'rht senses, raised doubt in the mind of the court as to her mental cun dtion when she took the stand during the trial in her own behalf. following this evidence, the county; attorey moved that the trial be sus- ( pended until a special jury could set - . He the question of the detenda Ms sanity. The defense opposed the mo! inn n: the ground that, if the woman va conimiited ty ;ui asylum and l.ucr dis charged as cored, she would Im- com pelled under the law to undergo an oMier trial, which might cause a recur rence of the malady. !n granting the order for the investi ii'.iOii liie special jury Monday, ir was said that this was the first murder j trial on record in the state courts in which the court had exercised its jmli- j cial conscience on behalf of the defend ant, to give ttie prisoner the protec'ion or the humanitarian phase of the law. Mrs. Anderson killed Wilson at the sanitarium here at wHich she was em- j ployed as a nurse, and then turned the gun on herself, inflictnig two wound.". When :-he took the stand in her o,vn ; '.' ...vu.-eii Wilson ot having rained her life, after obtaining her eon ceni to seen a oivoree irom ner nunc, tapiain navni Anuerson, on his way home from overseas. A TUGBOAT OF CONCRETE I.Manchester Guardian) The Cretehawser, a single screw tug of re-enforced concrete, built for the admiralty, has successfully completed her official trials at sea. A mean speed of ( lose upon ten and one-half knots was achieved, and the ship gave i very promise of being an excellent sen boat and a powerful ocean going tug. The Cretehawser is 125 feet long and 27'ij feet broad, and is the first re-enforced concrete tug to be built in this country. In the stern there is accommodations for a crew of a dozen men. and amidships ob the lower deck are the dining saloon and comfortable cabins for the skipper, chief engineer and four petty officers. The meeting of the executive board of the Musical Events club, held at the Adams hotel yesterday morning, took the place of the regular weekly meeting on Monday next. The movement outlined by the Mus ical Kvents club is growing in popular-it- as it becomes more widely under stood by the general public. All inter ested in high class entertainments are expressing themselves as being partic ularly enthuiastic, and the business like system of distributing the season tickets among a hundred perons guar anteeing the sale of ten season tickets at $5 each not only distributes the work more widely but is a workable plan that also distributes the financial ob ligation so that it is not burdensome to anyone. Those who are subscribing to a block of ten season tickets each are known as sustaining members and this excel lent plan of securing the entire guar antee has appealed so stroir "v to some that they have, quite unsolicited, vol unteered to guarantee a block of ten or more season tickets. Anyone else wish ing to volunteer will please telephone Mrs. i A. Tharaldson, chairman of the membership committee. The full list, to date, of those who have guaranteed a block of ten season tickets is as follows: Mrs. p. A. Tharadson, Mrs. Harry Gray, Mrs. Frank Carrow, Mrs. W. E. Defty, Mrs. C. R. Stirling, Mrs. Harry Kay, Mrs. C. M. Gandy, Mrs. Shirley Christy, Mrs. Ed. Shaw, Mrs. Hugh Campbell, Mrs. I. E. Hewins. Mrs. Gar rPt Schuller, Mrs. Louis IJysart, Mrs. Maud Pratt Cate, Miss Maud Tanton, Miss Bertha Kirkland. Miss Frances Elliot, Miss Cordelia Hulburd. William Conrad Mills, Eugene Kedewill. Mrs. Chares H. Akers, Mrs. Dwight B. Defty. In addition to this the Kerr and Smalley Music Co. have guaranteed a block of 20 season tickets, at the Phoe nix store, and an additional number for the new Mesa store. l'se The Republican Classified Page for results read for profit. SAYS TEXAS DIDN'T BITE (Houston Post) Senator Caliper says in his news paper that Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas invested more money in fake oil stccks last year than they did in Liber ty bonds. Speak for Kansas, Capper. Texas made some investments, but we take it that outside suckers owned most of the money invested in the fake Texas stocks. HE DOESN'T EARN IT REACHES HOME AFTER TWO YEARS li FRIGE Allen R. Brown, second lieutenant 119th field artillery, son of John B. Brown, superintendent of the Indian school, has arrived home in Phoenix from overseas, having been more than two years in France 'Lieutenant1 Brown ' enlisted ' in the French army in Chicago. February 14, 1917. and was sent overseas three months later. After a service of five months with the French army, he was honorably discharged to accept a com mission as second lieutenant in the American army, receiving his commis sion at Paris. He. was connected with the 32nd division. Lieutenant Brown will make his home in Phoenix for the present and is connected with the repertorial staff of The Republican. WANT BEAUTY," NOT PLUMBING (Will Irwin in the Saturday Evening Post) In our anxiety to get results in France we were often tactless from a French point of view. This cause of irritation was exaggerated by our gen eral ignorance of the language. I wonder if the American schools, after this, will teach us speaking French in stead of the book French they taught in my generation. And wo ran into certain French peculiarities which we found it hard to understand. For example, early in our war a fine old chateau near Bordeaux was leased for a headquarters. By the terms of the lease we were to leave everything exactly as we found it. The chateau in its four or five hundred years of existence had never known sanitary plumbing: the owners bathed in wash basins- or rubber tubs. Ex pecting to stay a long time we in stalled, by. permission, drains, bath tubs, toilets, a water boating system. When, hist January, we ended the lease and moved out the officer who conducted the business offered to leave the plumbing, where it was, since its removal would cost as much as it was worth. The French owner refused. We had to take out our plumbing. What he wanted from the chateau was not sanitation, but venerable beauty, and the sense that he dwelt in the same identical home as his ancestors of the tenth generation back. The American finds it hard to under stand such a point of view; and he is a bit brusque in expressing his opinion thereon. (Ohio State Journal) "They say the kaiser is spending $1,000 a week." "Whew! They must be paying wood choppers a lot in Holland." THE DEATH OF GRAMMAR (Spokane Spokesman Review) English as commonly written today certainly seems to have lost the purity Summer Contentment It is entirely possible to be happy and contented in summer, by providing the tried and tested devices for shortening the hoxirs of work, by taking advantage of one's leisure to rest. By keeping house and porches as cool as possible 'through the use of Porch Shades and Awnings. By so doing there are always some cooi places 'to be found even during the worst days. And then, don't hurry and don't worry. Royal Easy Chairs Comfortably placed in one of these Koyal Easy Chairs with a cool breeze from an electric fan, a good book, or a magazine. Well maybe it is hot but surely one may still be comfortable. These Royals have some new features such as the concealed newspaper rack. There is also a Royal for invalids and convalescents with extra large rollers and adjustable tilt ing table affording the greatest comfort and convenience possible in a chair. 1 Lawn Mowers lllii '3 Oak Leaf ball bearing lawn mowers. It takes a mower to cut Bermuda grass. This is one of kind. Fourteen and Q- rfk and sixteen inch .... Less ?ood that 7i $14.50 and $15.00 lor for CasU An Electric Iron of hi quality and efficiency. X White Cross Electric Irons $5.40 The Daisy Churn A patented turbine dasher producing a thorough agitation, making the high est grade butter in five to fifteen min utes. 3 qt., $2.70; 1 gal., $3.15; 4 sal.. $6.73; 6 gal., $8.35 net. tone Ware We buv stoneware bv the carload. You t can get the advantage of quantity p, buying. Churns, 1 to 6 gal., 3Uc gal. Jars, all sizes, I qt. to 30 gal size, 30e gal fr- Milk Crocks, 1 ', 1 and '1 gal.. 30c gal. I I'll.! i a oi l I i Ml l-3:l,l 141 St tt97l IP J DO t fci E J EH Pi It's like a breath trem the 1 olar Cub's home. It's for you who long for relief from the heat; for you who have said, "Gee, I v. ish it was winter again 1 Here is the soothing, delicious coolness you want. Polar Cub creates a miniature winter. j anywhere, anytime. Electric Fan $5.85 It will run at two speeds Guaranteed for a full season. Equipped with eight foot cord and plug. o ilia MONDAY ONLY CJood quality four sewed broom, $1.00 regular, one day special, 65c each. Extra long select straw brooms $1.65 regular, one day special $1.15 each. Xo phone orders or deliveries unless with other goods. New Prices Mohawk Sheets and Cases Each. Doz. 54x90 unbleached $1.10 $12.80 63x90 Bleached $1.45 S17.00 72x99 Bleached .$1.65 $19.00 81x99 Bleached $1.90 $22.00 45x36 Pillow Cases $ .45 $ 5.00 42x35 Pillow Cases $ .40 $ 4.50 DORCAS DIMITY BED SPREADS 63x90, $2.50. 81xS0, plain, $3.00. 81x90, scalloped, $3.50. With bolster cover, $5 set. The Dorris-Heyman Fiimltiire First and Adams Streets Co. I Arizona's Leading House Furnishers and strength that it hud a century a?ro Then such masters of the language as Cobbett, Coleridge, DcQuinccy or H,iz iitt were journalists as well as poets or essayists, and their leading articles lost nothing of effect on the public' from being literature. The arrival of the age of steam, elec tricity and cheap postage was followed by a change, not for the better, in the popular style of speaking and writing. "Say what you have to say as briefly and ouiekly as possible, and don't both er about fineness of expression"' be came the general rule and practice. The new millions of readers demanded that their reading be expressed in the lan guage of every day speech. The obliga tion of compressing conclusions about important matters into one thousand words, or fewer, is death, in the end, to style. The literary form favored is in touch with tile turned up t.isetv fashion of wearing one's clothirn.-. ! is free and easy and crammed will, linguistic atrocities. Plural suhject. are polygamously wedded to singular verbs, and Lindley Hurray turns in his) grave on account of the death of grammar. Use The Republican Classifkd I'as for results read for profit. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blosser Y ( WY, t IVX SPILLED ) IT ALL- CWEC Uien MAN AND HIS BEES (From Answers. Lonlon) 'I! ha alu;is sffiiivd funny fn n: v Iry a t'!l;:vv ,t i hr l-ps Im s. Th' '-"Hl'l nf Wif niatler is I ht bos l;rop tlitni'-'vc. Alt Im Iis i rob Yrn.