THF ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1920
IRLS. FUN 10 MUSIC
BEST OF THE SEASON
Inaugurating: the New Year -with a I
spectacular extravaganza, the first of-!
ferine of 1920 by Brandon Brothers entirely of dancing nor doe it ban-.
will go into history as one of the best
attractions of the theatrical season.
"Oh Baby." with its many features
ranging from the "jazz and ehimmie
stuff" to the most exquisite dancing,
light, "soft and poetic in interpretative
numbers of far range and rare beauty
is scoring at the Elks where capacity
audiences greeted the Marcus produc
tion yesterday afternoon and evening
and at the midnight revue. There are
two more performances to be given
here, this afternoon's matinee and to
night's,, and those who did not laugh
until they -wept yesterday cannot af
ford to miss the fun today.
For the Marcus show is not composed
SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY
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performances $1.00 to $2.50
its popularity solely on "its famous
peach chorus, which, by the way, is
all that its press agent claims. Much
of the joy produced Is due to the ex
ceptionally good comedy, which is fast
and furious, and is only interrupted for
a few moments to show a gorgeous
and artistic spectacle of a classic dance.
Then on comes Mike Sacks, the Hebrew
comedian, who has a real rival as a
comedian in Charles Abbate, whose
vacant look as a Nut In Daffy Hall is
something well worth seeing. The
Down on the Farm, by Sacks and Bob
Alexander, convulsed the audience, who
laughed with and at the two men, who
held the center of the stage for all too
short a time.
The acts were all bright and orig
inal, the lines clever and put over In a
manner in keeping with the high-class
The pep and speed is balanced with
a wonderfully attractive spectacle,
"The Artist's Model." which furnishes
opportunity for charming stage set
tings, pretty chorus girls in lovely poses
and - a dance exquisitely executed by
Mile. Yvonne Vallal and Roland Zer
main. Mle. Vallai's dancing1 Is tha of
a wraith, dainty and charming and she
offers plenty of contrast and demon
strates even to a greater extent her art
a a Babylonian slave girl in "At the
Gates of Araby." She is given capable,
assistance by Zermain in both num
bers. The artiste is undeniably the
feature of the production, graceful in
motion, understanding in her interpre
tation and with individual, charm that
is compelling. Her costumes are dis
tinctive and as betutiful as they, are
The costuming of the entire produc
tion is quite out of the ordinary. The
Peaches, which are of the blonde and
brunette type, wear rather daring and
out of the ordinary garments, for the
costuming has the same punch that
has been given the Mnes.
The melody is net lacking In the
Marcus show, and whiTevnone of the
voices have been lost to grand opera,
they are nevertheless very acceptable
for the kind of show it is, which is one
of the best of its sort.
to the present fine town. Mr. Hotch
klss was & popular and influential man
of that district. ""
Miss Ina McComit
Miss Ina McComas, formerly a
teacher in the Phoenix schools, died at
5:30 o'clock yesterday morning after a
three-days' illness, of pneumonia. Miss
McComas was recently an instructor
in the Miami schools, and was home
on a vacation when she became ill.
She is survived by a mother, Mrs.
Anna McComas, and a sister, Mrs.
Marshal Humphrey, 60 "West Morelani
Funeral arrangements will be - an
HALDIMAK To Mr. and Mrs. Jo
seph Charles Haldiman, of 1113 Wood
land avenue, Tuesday, December 30,
1919, a daughter, Elizabeth Mary.
Queen Esther chapter, No. 22, O. E.
S., will hold its regular monthly busi
ness meeting tonight Thursday, Jan
uary 1, at 7:20, at Masonic hall. All
visitors are weleomfe.
BERTHA G. O'XEIL,
What better New Tear's resolution
than to bring back health and happi-nesj-to
a starving child. The Arisona
headquarters of the Near East Relief,
Phoenix, will tell you how. Adv. '
Hunger knows no armistice. THK
war is over, but the effects of the war
are today overwhelming in the Near
"Resolved That I will let no chili
suffer if it is within my power to
prevent." Having made, write to the
Arizona headquarters of the Near East
Relief and learn how you can-keep it.
AT WORTHAM SHOWS
The big Wortham carnival, which re
mained open for the coming of the New
Year, enjoyed its best night last night.
There was a steady stream of persons
going into the grounds from 7:30 until
after 10 o'clock. Those who came early
remained late, and as the New Yearj
came in the air was filled with confetti
and queer noises made by contrivances
that make a din. .
The shows will remain until Satur
day night. Thus far their visit has
been most profitable and members of:
El Zaribah Shrine Patrol, under whoe
auspices the carnival is here, predict
bigger crowds' the balance of the week.
The carnival is so diversified that
there is something there to please
The Lam son Business College, 28
West Washington street. Phoenix, Ari
zona, will open its midwinter term,
thirty-first year, January 5, 1920. Be
ginning classes in Gregg shorthand,
bookkeeping:, rapid calculation, busi
ness English, etc. Adv.
The midwinterm term of the thirty
first year will open at The Lamson
Business College, 28 West Washington
street. Phoenix, Arizona, Monday, Jan
uary 5, 1920. Eight teachers, each
having had experience in his particu
lar line, will be in charge. Classes in
Gregg shorthand, business English,
typewriting, bookkeeping, rapid calcu
lation, business law, etc. Adv."
met nine years ago while attending the
Randolph-Macon academy at Bedford,
Ya. The announcement was not alto
gether a surprise.
O. E. 8. AUXILIARY The auxiliary
to Phoenix chapter No. 6, Order of the
Eastern Star,-will hold open house at
2 o'clock this afternoon at Masonic
hall. Each member is privileged to
bring a guest. Election of officers Wilf
6 TEAMS N MS
LEADUE PLAY TODAY
All teams in the city tennis league
will get into action in the third series
of games to be played this afternoon.
The schedule for today follows:
High school faculty versus South
west Cotton company teams; T. M.
C. A. versus Standard Oil company
and high school students versus Ari
An open tennis tournament will be
conducted on the T. M. C. A. courts
under the auspices of the local asso
ciation Friday and Saturday of this
week. The first round will be played
Friday afternoon, starting at 1 o'clock
sharp. ' --
Well known players who have al
ready entered the tournament are Jud
son, Munson. Cog-gins, Maxwell, Gold
berg, Fronefield, Coggins, Jr.. Brown,
Dr. Wilkinson, Tonngker, Burton and
Fretz. This tournament is , open to
all players of the community and a
large entry list is desired.
NEW YEAR'S DAY
3 TO 6. P. M.
Dancing, Virginia Dare Wine, Hot Tom and Jerry,
Eggnog, all kinds of fancy drinks, Cakes and Sandwiches.
BIG NEW YEAR'S NIGHT BALL
Lucky Spot Dancing
Admission,' 25c Dancing, 5c
NEW YEAR'S OFFERING
Today and Tomorrow
THE MASQUE OF LIFE
The film of 1001 thrills, heart throbs, laughs aiuf tears. This is a
wonderful picture. Also series
"The Trail of the Octopus"
Featuring BEN WILSON
and a Two-Reel Western rEAL HART
Starting Today, every Thursday snd( Fridsy we will have a
NEAL HART or AL JENNINGS Western
This was a banner Christmas for
the postoffice department, according
to word received here by Selin J.
MIchelson, postmaster, from Washing
ton. The message says that from 25
to SO per cent more mail was handled
this season than in any previous year.
The report not only cites the increase
of mall, but the admirable way in
which it was handled parcels arriving
in better condition than ever before.
Here at home the Christmas mail
was kept up every day in accordance
with orders from Washington applying
to incoming and outgoing mails.
James Mitchell Hotchkiss
James Mitchell Hotchkiss, 53 years
old, a pioneer of this valley, died
Wednesday morning at his home' in
Glendale, and a daughter, Mrs. Ethel
Fretag of San Pedro, Calif. Funeral
services will be held at 2: 30 o'clock this
afternoon at the home in Glendale. In
terment will be in the Glendale ceme
James Mitchell Hotchkiss was a re
tired farmer when he moved to Glen
dale about seven years ago. He saw
Glendale grow frem a small settlement
WALTER yiLLIS POWELL, Manager
Fr6m 3 to 5 O'clock
The orchestra will play, Miss Walker and Miss Lorraine will sing;
Hartman, a pupil of Edna Paula Revare, will dance.
A BIG BAG OF (J ANDY AND TOYS
We want Everybody to See the -Beautiful Decorations
EVERYTHING FREE PARENTS WELCOME
Arizona Thursday and ' probably
Friday, fair; somewhat colder Thurs
day. New Mexico Thursday and Friday
fair; colder south portion Thursday.
Colorado Thursday and probably
Friday fair;- slightly colder central
portion Thursday, somewhat warmer
east portion Friday.
P TOWN TOPICS
THESE WILL MARRYr-Startine-
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plied for and received licenses
marry yesterday at the office of the
clerk of the superior court. They were
James Emmett Sparks, 24, and Rubye
Thelma Poulter, 21. both of Litchton;
Asencion "Velasques, 26, and Rita Hi
querra, 20, both of Marinette; John H.
Haynes, 38, of Yuma, and Helen M.
Wheeler, 26, of Phoenix; Lee E. Moss,
N. of Safford, and Clara A. Wllkey. 24,
of Phoenix; - John Carolan, 47, and
Mary Carolan, 27, both of Globe; Per
fecto GaLardo, 20, and Elizabeth Dnpuy,
18, both of Phoenix; s Manuel Kamires.
.22, and Juanita Domenguez, 20, both of
Gila Bend; Felipe P. Sanchez, 39, and
Jesus A. Redondo. 22. both of Mesa.
VALUED AT $4,925 William Beach,
Jesse F. Kelly and Joseph Rogers, ap
praisers of the estate of Yoshika Ishi
kawa, estimated it as being worth
34,925 in an inventory and appraisement
filed with the clerk of the superior
PLEADS GUILTY Robert H. Jen
kins, arraigned yesterday before Judge
Stanford of the superior court on u
charge, of failure to provide, pleaded
guilty and his. case was set over until
next Monday for final disposition. .
GETS DIVORCE WHa Wiley was
granted a divorce from Robert K.
Wiley yesterday by Judge Lyman of
the super, rr court.
NURSES' ASSOCIATION TO MEET
The . Maricopa County Graduate
Nurses' association will meet at the
nurses' home. Fourth and Folk streets,
at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon, to
hear the reading of the constitution
adopted by the State Nurses associa
tion at Tucson, December 4.
CLUB Husband'N'ighf at the Al
hambra Neighboriod clu. which was
to have been Jpld last nljht at the
home-Of Mrs. KT E. Jack, has been post
poned. The new date for the affair will
be determined at the regular meeting
of the ctub, to be held next Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Eva M.
B. Elliott. .
DANCE TO AIDDAY NURSERY
The Council of Jewish Women will
give a dance at thev, Woman's club
Wednesday, February 4. 1920. The
proceeds of the dance, which promises
a large attendance, will got to the Day
Nursery and to the Council's own char
WILL MARRY TODAY IN E AST
Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Harden have re
ceived word from their son. Hugrh ;Hay-
den. who went east early, last month,
saying that he would be married today
to Miss Mary Saunders, whom he first
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST A Spitz dog, white with yel
low streak. Lost by express company
at station last night. Return to Velix
Natucki, 1221 East Willetta street.
Only Three More Days Today, Tomorrow, Saturday
(The wonder carnival of the universe)
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the best of goodfellow
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LAST TflVlE TODAY
D. W. Griffith
'The Girl Who Stayed at Home"
A love story as tender as it is appealing; as inspiring
as it ia gripping; and as amazing aa. it is thrilling.
Martin Johnson Travelogue from the Borderland of
Here He Is Again
The World's Greatest Daredevil
"FIGHTING FOR GOLD"
100 Picture plus 100 Music equals 200 Entertainment
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Directed JOSEPH DE GRASSE
He bad. never met a woman in whom he could place implicit con
fidence until he met her- And the meeting came in "The Market
of Souls" New York's amazing New Year's celebration with
all the force of clean manhood he laid his heart at her feet Then
came the maddening revelation was she too like the rest was
her sweetness only a sham Was she a shameless creature whose
heart was black. -
It's a big story of a big love One you cannot afford to miss.
YOU'LL SEE BROADWAY'S WILD NEW YEAR'S WEL
COME. YOU'LL SEETHE M O S T AMAZING CABARET
SCENE EVER SHOWN IN MOTION PICTURE AND
YOU'LL SEE DOROTHY DAL TON AT HER BEST.
HERE'S THE SCREEN TIMES
AWEWD THE MATINEES!
Strand Symphony Orchestra 'Geo. J. rlayes
Eugene Redewill, Conducting at the organ
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Eugene Redewill, Conducting at the organ Jnlf
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