10 DEFY DEATH
IN FEAT TODAY
the earth has had no visitor nor has
man gone voyaging into space. Now,
however, we are beginning to look
abroad; physicists assert that inter
planetary travel is at least theoreti
If. for instance, there are' Intelligent
inhabitants on Mars, a globe judged to
he much older than the earth, it fol
lows, that the Martian race is far older
than humanity and should be more
learned. What is only theory with us
ought to be practicable to our neigh
bors on the red planet, granting their
i-niv ARIZONA -REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARYS, 1920
"Martians Land On Earth," Is a
newspaper head that some day may be
flashed before us. What would follow?
Would, they come with death like the
beings of Wells imagination or would
we increase our store of knowledge
without being put to a fight against
However, this is certain: If we donl
hear from the other planets, sooner or
later they will hear from us.
It makes no difference what your
wants may be you can have them sup
plied by using and reading The Kepub
lican Classified Pages.
'Daredevil" Campbell Will
Leap From One Plane To
A n o t h e r Program of
Auto Races To Entertain
Defying death, flirting with the
roroner, in the most sensational and
laring of ail aerial feats, "Daredevil
Campbell will leap from one flying
lirplane to another at an altitude of
tbout 1,500 feet this afternoon at the
state fair grounds as a part of the
aero-auto race program presented by
Parr's Flying; Circus. And Campbell
will make the change without the use
of ropes or ladders, according to the
positive announcement of Leo Kesfler.
business representative of the Flying
Circus, who is arranging; the big New
Tear's day program.
Campbell already has made one suc
cessful leap at an altitude of 1.400 feet
at Venice, Calif. Photographs and
newspaper clippings substantiate his
claim. On his second attempt the
upper ship came too" close to him as
he rode the top plane of the lower
machine, striking him on the shoulder
nd driving the daring aerial acrobat
-hrough the plane, -which was dam
aged by the collision. Today, accord
ing to his own announcement, he will
either make the change or risk his life
in the attempt.
Race Event Is 50 Miles
The "Daredevil," during his per
formance this afternoon at the fair
grounds, will not only leap from plane
to plane, but will climb to all parts of
the "ship," stand on the upper wing
t the extreme tip, hang by one foot
rom the landing chassis, hang by one
a and from a ring underneath the tip
f the lower wing, stand upon his head
n the radiator, crawl out upon the
tail, and perform other feats that even
:he sagacious Orville Wright and
Glenn Curtis declared were quite im
possible only a few months ago.
The main automobile event will bn
jver a course of SO miles. Represen
tative Kessler has lined up' some
ipeedy entries for this event, and it
is predicted that a few new track
records will be hung up at the fair
grounds this afternoon, when the
speed demons begin rounding the
track. Cal Messner has entered his
"Blue Bird" Hudson speedster, which
he says is in the best possible condi
tion. Jim Thomas will pilot the car
n the mam event. Omer Toft, one of
he fastest drivers in the country, will
ie behind the wheel of the Essex Spe
cial, which is said to be one of the
fastest boats ever appearing In the
southwest. Charles J. Gold trap will
drive his Dodge Special.
Auto and" Plane to Race
Glen Thomas, driving a Mercer
Special, will race one of the Barr air
planes for two miles. Howard Patter
son will pilot the airplane. This will
;e one of the added feature attractions
on the afternoon's big bill.
Arrangements have been completed
to handle a capacity crowd at the fair
grounds this afternoon and - many
ushers will be on hand to assist pa
trons In finding their seats in the big
grandstand. All acts will be within
plain view of the stands.
o . '
The suggestion that elsewhere in the
solar system there is to be found In
telligence equal to that of man, or con
siderably further advanced. Is an old,
and far from being an Impossible one.
Mars and Venues are two planets on
which might live creatures paralleling
At least since man ha been here.
MEO C EE
HAYDEX, Dec. SO. Winkleman lodge
of the F. and A. M. No. 24. to
gether with the Eastern Star chapter
No. IS, held their annual installation of
officers last Saturday and installed the
members who will hold office for the
year 1920. Following the installation
the members and their friends enjoyed
a banquet prepared for them in the
annex to the hall. After doing full
justice to the spread everyone ad
journed to the lodge room, which had
been prepared for dancing, there to
spend the remainder of the evening.
The Masons have elected the following
men for their new officers: T. S. Rich
ards. W. M.; G. M. Sabean, S. W.;
Nels Johnson, J. W.; I S. Giffln,
treasurer; S. H. Suider, secretary; I
S. Barker, s. D.: W. A. Turner, J. IX;
R. F. Gould and R MacMartin, stew
ards; W. T. MacDonald, chaplain; J.
H. Kerr, marshal; P. I. Hutton. tyler.
The Eatsern Star will have for offi
cers: Beaulah Dodds, W. M-; H. S.
Snyder, AV. P.; Maggie Story, A. M.;
Aurelia Laborious, secretary; Mary
Richards, treasurer; Martha Morfoot,
conductress; Luvina Hill, associate
conductress; Minnie Gralnge. chaplain;
Pauline Hutton, marshal; Jennie Grif
fin, organist; Myrtie Weaver, Adah;
Ruby Masterson, Ruth; Isabelle
Wright. Esther; Katie Weaver, Mar
tha; Ella Carson, Electa; Sally M.
Weil, warden; Mr. Cowden, sentinel.
The members of lodge No. 24, F. and
A. M., attended the evening services
at the Presbyterian church, Sunday, the
2Sth. The brethren met at the lodge
hall, donned their aprons and marched
to the church in a body. The service
was conducted by the Rev. James
Slack, pastor of the church, and was
most impressive. The theme of the
sermon was Love, and it was very
helpful to all who heard it. Special
numbers were rendered by Mrs. Janney,
Mrs. Mills, Mrs. Pruitt, and several
others helping to make the service one
to be remembered.
The dance given for " the employes
of the smelter at the T. M. C. A. on
Saturday evening was well attended,
the large gymnasium being taxed to
hold the crowd. The gym was beauti
fully decorated with pines and flags,
the orchestra being seated in a bower
of pines and mistletoe. The crowd
also did full justice to the efforts of
the refreshment committee and voted
this, the first dance of its kind, a great
A conference of the workers who will
make the survey of this district in con
nection with the Interchurch World
movement will be held January S by
Mr. S. C. Hoover, who Is in charge of
the work of the state. The exact hour
and place of meeting will be decided
on during the next few days. Mr. B. e.
Dagley has been appointed chairman
We most sincerely wish every one in the Salt River
Valley a VERY HAPPY, PROSPEROUS AND SUC
CESSFUL NEW YEAR
We thank our many friends for their patronage during
the year past, and anticipate with pleasure future
O. S. STAPLE Y CO., Inc.
Everything In Farm Equipment
of the work in the . southern part of 1
the county. Chairmen of the sub
committees are being appointed and
the work will be on in earnest soon
after the first of the year. '
Done Milne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
D. R. Milne, underwent a successful
operation at the Ray Con. hospital on
December 27. She is reported as doing
A. Scharingson, grandson of Mrs.
Everett, hA returned from service in
the navy. He is a radio electrician and
has spent the past two and a half
years on the AJax with the Asiatic
fleet. Thinking that he will like solid
ground utiaer his feet for a change he
Intends to stay here for a while.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Torbert were very
agreeably surprised Christmas eve
when their son Rex, who is in the Ma
rines, walked into their home and an-
Hello lil feller !
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Western Auto Supply AfcGncy-
141-147 North Central Avenue Phoanbc
Stores at San Francisco, Oakland, Fresno, Sacramento, Denver,
Phoenix, Kansas, Dallas, Chicago Seattle s
nounced that he would be with themi
for Christmas. He had Just sent a let
ter saying that he could not be with
them when he received word that fur
lough had been granted him, and he
lost no time in getting home. He is now
stationed in San Francisco.
J. H McQord and "Rags" Gebhart
returned from their vacations Sunday.
They "have been visiting with their
many friends in Phoenix.
J. Reichenbach made his annual trip
to Globe for the week end. His chums
here are eagerly awaiting some news.
Miss G. Phmney and Miss A. ("and -lett
of the teaching force here returned
Sunday from a vacation spent in San
Farncisco, Calif. .
Jack McQuiston. who is attending
the university at Tucson, is home for
a few days.
M. P. Halladay of" the HaUaday Drug
company left for Gilbert. He has pur
chased 400 acres adjacent to Gilbert
and will stay on his land, preparing it
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Mills have moved
from Winkleman and will now have
their home on Hillcrest, Hayden.
Sheriff Eugene Shute was in the city
Sunday from Globe. He will take back
to Globe with him John Worgeness,
who has waived his preliminary hear
ing and will answer to a charge oi
The local lodge of the K. of P. h-l
their annual roll call. meeting on Mon
day and practically every member w.-i -present.
Mrs. Lfc W. Wallace, principal of Y
San Simon school, is visiting h -i
daughter. Mrs. Fred Hague, for th
holidays and will return to her duti.
- " TH E
WISH YOU ONE AND
ALL ,A VERY HAPPY
AND PR 0 SPER 0 US
EMIL GANZ V President
CHARLES GOLDMAN Vice. Pres.
S. OBERFELDER Cashier
J. J. SWEENEY Asst. -Cashier '
S. C. Ganz Asst. Cashier'
S. OBERFELDER .
JOSEPH TH ALHEIMER
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