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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1920
PAGE FIFTEEN HLIMHS. RECOGNIZE BflTTERY Federal recognition fo Battery B, First Field Artillery, Arizona National Cluard, will be recommended by Major Julian F. Goujot of the First Cavalry, who passed through Phoenix yester day on his way to Douglas from Flag staff, -where he inspected the battery. The battery has a total strength of 130 enlisted men and five officers, 66 of the enlisted men having had prev ious service. There are six men in the ranks who held positions as officers. Among the most enthusiastic member of the ranks is "Jimmie" Swinnerton, the faous cartoonist, who makes his home in Flagrstaff. Adjutant General "Walter S. Ingalls, who accompanied Major Goujot north, had much to say in praise of the fine spirit which is being exhibited in the north district. He said that the entire county was behind the national guard. o The greater part of black licorice is derived from Spain, where It is made from the juice of the plant and mived with starch to prevent it from melting in hot weather. a THE PEACOCK Admission Free Every Night during the Summer Season DANCE 5c and War Tax lc THE PEACOCK hub id mm STATE CONFERENCE Miss Helen Halm of the teacher training department of the university of Arizona will attend the state con ference of vocational workers to be held in Nebraska May 31-June 5. Miss Halm yesterday was named by Miss Beulah Coon, supervisor of home eco nomics of the vocational educational department of the state, to represent her at the conference. Miss Halm will be active in committee work at the conference and may appear on the program. The teacher training program has been greatly strengthened at the university, according to Miss Coon, who has been responsible for the develop ment of the work at the state univer sity as well as elsewhere- in the state. She returned yesterday from two weeks in Pima. Thatcher, Tucson, Bowie and San Simon, where there is an increase of interest in the subject over which -she has state supervision; and a noticeable development in the courses adopted by the public Bchools. SOMEBODY Always Dreads The Last Dance at FARIC The One Bright Spot; No Reservations Held After 10 o'Clock 'EIIIITED GARDEN' HUTDEE- SnUHT Thinking people are always looking for bigger tilings; progressive people want newer things; exacting people want perfect things a treat is in store for all of these at the "Knchanted Gar den." This beautiful little vehicle of dancing artistry will be presented at a special mothers' and children's matinee at the Columbia tomorrow afternoon. Yi:a Sonstegard King, who has been active in procuring cleaner and more wholesome plays for the children of Phoenix, is sponsor for this pretty playlet as well as the fascinating ballet to follow. Thirty-five of -Phoenix' moat talented children, artistically and ap propriately costumed, will interpret the various parts. The spacious stage of the Cohynbia will be transformed into a veritable fairy garden for this affair and no pains will be spared to make this per formance a pleasant improvement over every other of Its k'.nd that has been given here. The playlet and ballet will be fol lowed by two films of special Kids' Comedies, and pormises a delightful matinee for everyone who can at tend it. POPULATION OF GLENDALE HAS DOUBLED IN 6 MONTHS NEW CENSUS GIVING 2.740 In BE f ll PARK o TONIGHT A Silk Shirt for the Gentleman A Silk Bathing Suit for the Lady BOTH DONATED BY JOHN HYDER DOUGLAS FAIRBANK IN "WILD AND WOOLY" Will be the attraction at the picture show Norma Talmadge at Columbia , Norma Talmadge has troubles of her own in ''She Loves and Lies," an adap tation of Wilkie Collins' famous novel which opened a three-day stay at the Columbia theater yesterday. Not only is she called upon to assume the roles of a young actress, a frequenter of Greenwich Village, New York's famous Bohemian quarter, and an old lady of 52, but she must play the latter part so well that she can land a husband of about half her age and she gets away with it. "She Loves and Lies" ia one of those plays that is brim full of pep from the opening epicode to the last dramatic touch. Miss Talmadge has the best opportunity of her career for comedy work and shows that she is talented in this line as well as emotional roles. ' Supplementing program numbers for today include Will Rogers' weekly "Il literate Digest," a Ford Weekly, a Gau- mont News reel and a Lyons-Moran comedy. Starting Sunday the Columbia will offer Rex Beach's "The Silver Horde." PRIZE WALTZ TOPJIGHT ST RIVERSIDE PARK Tonight is the big night at Riverside Park, for it will see the prize waltz darned. This, the first event of the dancing season at Riverside Park, has created a world of Interest among the dance enthusiasts of the city. The prizes are a silk shirt for the gentle man and a silk bathing suit for the lady both prizes donated by John Hyder, and are guaranteed by that well-known dealer as being real prizes. The event will be decided by the pub lic no entrance lee anynoay can en- i ter, and there will be a fine representa tion of dancing experts on hand to compete for the honors. The motion picture show will pre- ' Glendale, Garden city of the Salt River valley, is heralded as one of the most rapidly growing communities in the great Southwest. Its population has increased the past six months at a rate 100 per cent greater than pre vailed the previous six months, the 1920 census, completed in Kebruary, giving the town a total of 2740 people, divided as follows: Whites, 1922; Mexicans, S12; Japs and Chinese, 6. Located nine miles northwest of Phoenix, by which it is connected with an interurban trolley line, as well as auto stage lines, Glendale Is the com mercial center of a rich agricultural region comprising some 40,000 fertile acres under the Roosevelt irrigation project. An indication of the richness of the soil of this district is indicated by the fact that last season cotton growers in this section averaged around three-quarters of a bale of long-staple cotton to the acre. The district also is noted for its heavy production of lettuce and cantaloupes, which are shipped to all parts of the United States. ' Glendale's civic progressiveness is keeping pace with its growth in popu lation. Recently the city voted $80,000 for improvement of the municipal water works, light and sewer systems. A contract for pavinpr 14 blocks has been let and the paving of an addi tional 16 blocks ordered. The splendid unit plan grammar school system is to be enlarged, an $ SO, 000 bond issue having been voted for this purpose. A bond issue of $75,000 has also just been voted for enlarging and improv ing the high school. In addition to having the wonderful climate for which the Salt River valley is noted, Glendale has one of the purest domestic water supplies In the state, according to analyses by the bacteriol ogists of the University of Arizona. Glendale is on the main line of the S. F., I & P. Ry., ana originates a greater tonnage of farm products an nually than any other station on the entire line in the state. Shipments last year included 910 cars of canta loupes, 6S80 bales of cotton, 129 cars of cottonseed, 35& cars of alfalfa, 217 cars of dairy products, 219 cars of beef cattle, 161 cars of grain, and 125 cars of lettuce went out this season. Besides one of the prettiest munici pal parks in the state, Glendale has a municipal exhibit building in the center of the park which houses the Glendale Commercial club. Detailed information concerning Glendale arid this district may be obtained by ad dressing inquiries to the Commercial club. Yy EDO sent Douglas Fairbanks in "Wild and Woolly" one of his greatest successes. This will be screened in the bisr open air theater, where smoking may be en joyed while enjoying the pictures. The big plunge, temptingly inviting, is always open,, while the concessions add not a little to the merriment to be had at the most popular amusement center in Arizona. HIP REQP WITH ENS TODAY hi p en YUA SONSTEGARD KING WILL PRESENT "The Enchanted Garden" AND "The Ballett de Forandole" Featuring 35 of Phoenix' Most Talented Children SPECIAL MOTHERS' AND CHILDREN'S MATINEE SATURDAY, MAY 29, AT 3 P. M. To Be Followed by Two Films of Extra Kids' COMEDIES NO ADVANCE IN PRICES Where It's Always Cool CO.L i Jl.IIri t H Ir.t ...T ,. ,. A f B r f f I i 1" 21 H E RE-OPENS TODAY RE-DECORATED RE-SEATED THOROUGHLY RENOVATED Mary Pickford IN 1 H 3 "Behind the Scenes" A PARAMOUNT PICTURE ADDED WESTERN FEATURE BURTON HOLMES TRAVELOGUE torn' rfw niifti in TODAY AND TOMORROW "THE CINEMA MURDER By E. Phillips Oppenheim A PARAMOUNT-ARTCR AFT PICTURE OUTING CHESTER FOX NEWS 0) ihM C at the 'At the End of the Trail' Open Every Night All i-edecorated, reseated, remodeled, renovated and presenting one of the most cozy of appearances, the Hip re opens today offering Mary Pickford In "Behind the Scenes." A better program could not have been selected for the opening ball than "America's sweetheart," In this story of the theater. It is a. Paramount pic ture, and offers the most famous girl in pictures a most enjoyable role. It is the romance o a chorus girl, but so charmingly told that it becomes a love of intense human appeal. This, coupled with the fact that the story is woven about that mysterious region known as "bade stage," makes the pro duction a wonderfully entertaining medium. Besides the Mary Pickford picture, the Hip offers a fast-moving western story. Forest Park "How I dread the lat dance," a dancer at Forest Park was heard to say last night. And many others showed their reluctance for the joy inspiring music to cease. Thus it is every night. The only compensation for the dance's end is the thought that it will begin again the following night. The big smooth circular floor, the classy, syncopating, ever-new music of Toft's novelty orchestra, the constantly cool breezes of the many electric fans, the careful and at the same time cor dial management are the factors which make for the park's ever increasing popularity. Then, too, the pool is always full of clean, fresh water and the skillfully managed cafe is at all times able to supply an apetlzing lunch. URGE HALF HOLIDAY WARMEST if MS Not have to be a judge of Meals to get a Choice Roast or Delicious Steak here. We take the greatest pains in selecting our Meats and you are assured the best. The most fastidious will be pleased with our Meats, and the most economical with our prices. GLENDALE MEAT MARKET Wm. Messenger, Prop. Zs& Il II ti2 SJ L vi Ibsa Lisa J CARS AND TRUCKS BERT O. BROWN DISTRIBUTOR Glendale Branch. Phone 73 Phoenix J. E. THARNISH, Mgr. , Mesa duller The Arbor Happy crowds have been dancing at the Arbor every night this week. Out at the end of North Central avenue, "where everyone motors" the pretty pavillion surrounded by trees and shrubbery has been the meeting place for parties of friends again and again. King Brady, Kalph Scott, Lyall Stock- rr QnH TT Vorfflisnn kave IllSt SS IOV- fully furnished their wonderful Jazz harmnnv s thev formerly did at the American In town. Delicious cooling drinks are always on hand if desired in fnrt. there Is no excuse for Fnend- 4e a ti-o ,-T-n evpnlnr t Vtome with the Arbor waiting to receive you out where it's cool "at the end or the trau. "The Cinema Murder" at Strand "The Cinema Murder," featuring Xfarion Davies and written by iu. I'hii lips Oppenheim, starts its engagement at the Strand today to hbld that screen over tomorrow as well. This strange mystery story will be found one of the most unusual pictures, not only in theme, but in unfoldment, and orig inality of plot and atmosphere. K. Phillips Oppenheim's stories are among the most popular in literature. and their uniqueness is not equaled uy another author. Surrounding Marion Davies. who. It will be remembered scored a most pronounced hit recently tn "The Dark Star," will be found such notable artists as Peggy Parr, Reginald Barlow, Nigel Barrle and other of the Paramount favorites. 1 The same program will also carry The Outing Chester pictures, a select ed comedy offering ,and the Fox News. Sundav starts the engagement of Marguerite Clark In "Widow by Proxy." SEeVfCE STATION (Formerly Walters & Brown) GAS, OILS, AND ACCESSORIES Phone 34 Glendale A COLUMBIA Where It's Always Cool TODAY SATURDAY NORMA TALMADGE IN She Loves and Lies AS ADDED MEASURE BILL ROGERS' "ILLITERATE DIGEST" Ford Weekly, Gaumont News, Lyons-Moran Comedy STARTING SUNDAY REX BEACH'S THE SILVER HORDE GLENDALE, May 27. A movement Is on foot among the merchants of Glendale to adopt a uniform closing measure for Thursday afternoons. This will be in force only during the hot summer months to afford a chance for recreation and cooling off for the em ployes. Such action is taken by almost every large city. Most cities use Sat urday afternoons, but this Is not prac tical here as Saturday Is always the busy day of the week. Go Back East Mrs. Geo. W. Rowley and son George, Jr., who spent the winter here with her brother, D. II. Bonsall, have returned to their 'home in Philadelphia. It will be remembered that Mr. Bonsall's father accompanied them here and died here duringr the winter. Glendale vs. S. W. Cotton Sunday the new Glendale baseball park will be opened to the public with a game between the local team and the Southwest Cotton company team. This should be a fast game as both teams have been reorganized and some strong men taken in. New pitchers will be on the mound for both teams. Paving Held Up Account Material Shortage Paving operations in Glendale will be delayed on account of a shortage of cement. It is claimed. The work on the new M. E. church buUd'ns .as also been delayed. Reopens Restaurant The Walters cafe has b;en reopened for the public. Ray Walters is in charge. , An effort will be made to provide news in these columns every ciy. Any one knowing anything of interest should get in touch with Mr. Kingman. Revival Services Tuesday at 2:S0 p. m. sharp junior choir, ages 7 to 16 inclusive, are to meet at the grammar school auditorium for final rehearsal and are to be in their places at 8 p. m. Tuesday night. Wednesday morning. 10 o clock, there Is to be a mass meeting at grammar school auditorium for Rll children. Rev. TIart's subjects: Thursday nurht. "Profit and Ixbs." Friday night ".Mask Torn Off." Wednesday nicht the va rious auxiliaries of the churches are to come in in solid bodies. OElilS GOOD FOR BUSINESS PROPERTY GLEXDALE, May 27 J. W. Coles has sold another CO feet of his hold ings in the east part of the business section of the city to XI. I... Fuller. The demand for lots for building pur poses Is good In this section and many buildings are being contemplated. Mr. Coles still retains 25 feet on the corner of -Third and Glendale avenues. To California John McCoy is spending- a few days ot this week in California on business. Carrick Will Go To Kansas City A. A. Carrick, as president of the Maricopa Realty board, will leave to morrow night for Kansas City to at tend the meeting of the national con vention of realty boards. Several dele gates from Phoenix will attend and a lot of boosting for this section will be done. Back From Long Trip A. M. IIocI, wife and daughter are back from their long- trip through the east. They returned this morning. While away they visited in Florida and many southern points as well as St. Louis, Mo., and other central state points. They reported a cold disagree able spring throughout the east. Mr. Hoel says that he saw a lot of, good farming country while visiting in the east, but the Salt River Valley had them all beat. Hart To Speak To Men Rev. Hart, evangelist, will hold an other men's meeting next Sunday aft ernoon when he will address them on "The Secret Sins of Men." The meet ing will be held in the grammar school auditorium, and will be open to men only. New Suits For Players Glendale will see her players in their new suits next Sunday when the local team meets the Southwest Cotton com pany. The lineup for Sunday follows: O. Varney, ehortstop; Iietts, left field; Lewis, right field; Twitchell, first base; R. Varney, third base; Fagg, sec ond base; Hudson, center field; Pitts, catcher; Ilickov and Hodge, pitchers; Veteto and Meginity, utility. This is subject to change by Manager Veteto. o TO MEET JUNE 11 WASHINGTON, May 20. The league of nations commission on plans for the formation of an international court of justice will meet in open ses sion at The Hague June 11, the Ameri can minister to the Netherlands today advised the state department. Great Britain, France. Japan, Belgium, Bra zil, Holland, Spain and Jugo-Slavia will have official representatives. For mer Secretary of State Klihu Root will attend the meeting, which will be he'd in the peace palace. VOTES TO REMAIN CHARLOTTE, N. C 2tfy 25. The general assembly of the Southern Pres byterian church a.fter all day debate, voted 137 to 103 tonight against with drawal from the Interchurch World Movement. Glendale Produce AND Real Estate Company REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Farm and Crop Loans WALTER E. LEWIS H. Z. BRINER Phone 47 Glendale Garage For Stock and fixtures of one of the best garages in Glendale for sale. Building 50 by 137Vz feet, in center of town and doing good business. Will sell or lease. . ' . . , SEE J. R. PEARCE Glendale Garage Got the VI n Off ON SILK SHIRTS jam MJo xj? ON BATHING SUITS 20 Off ON PALM BEACH SUITS ay F. Staiiffer Glendale's Oldest Store If you can see no wisdom in Saving, answer these questions. Perhaps your wages amount to $25 a week. Perhaps your expenses are 18 a week. The other $7 goes for what? Does it go towards a rainy day fund, or are you spending it as you go? If you are spend ing it as you go, what will you do when you are unable to work? Put your extra $7 per in our Savings Bank and you and your family g will enjoy that fee when you reach old age. We pay 4 per cent on savings accounts. The OleimdaEe Sftate Bamik of Glenclale, Arizona.