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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1920 7 er! world I QUARANTINE 0 TEXAS EOTT SEED TO STICK ; Arizona Declines to Lift Ban On Products Measure Was Taken to Safeguard State Against Cotton Pests That the quarantine ot importation Texas cotton, cotton seed and cotton products will not bo removed by this state, was the information conveyed LET'S ALL GO! WHERE? TO JOINT HEAD . WHERE IT'S COOL DANCING BATHING 1 anchers Needs Tents and Picker Sacks Meyers Pumps and Cylinders Swaby Centrifugal Pumps Stover Gas Engines i Ezra W. Thayer Everything in Hardware 124-130 E. Washington Mew ora llnires Standard Make 32 35 Off for Cash Oakland Arizona Sales Company 519 W.Washington Phone 638 Phoenix, Arizona to Gov-prnor W. P. Hobby of Texas, who in a telegram to Governor Campbell re quested the quarantine lifted or at least modified. The governor cf Texas based h.s request on the action of the federal de partment of agriculture, which held the state eradication measure sufficient to control and eradicate tba pink boll worm pest and prevent its spread to other states. --'' Governor Campil referred the mat ter to the commission of agriculture and horticulture, and E. W. Hudson, chairman 01 the commission, advised the governor that it would be impos sible for the commission to modify the quarantine. The commissioner's rea sons for refusing to comply with Gov ernor Hobby's request were set forth in a letter to Governor Campbell in whioh ho paid: Why Quarantine Must Remain "Inasmuch as the cotton quarantine of Arizona was adopted November 16, 1917, and amended June 25, 1919, to protect the cotton culture of this state, not only fro.n the pink boll worm but from the boll weevil, pests which now exist in Texas and may be carried by the aforesaid cotton products, it would be impossible for the Arizona commission to modify the quarantine. "Furthermore we have just received the information that the pink boll worm in certain districts of Tc vis is beyond the control of the state authorities. Therefore we regret very much that we are unable to comply with Governor Hobby's request. "Very respectfully, "E. W. HUDSON, Chairman." Governor Hobby's wire to Governor Campbell follows: Governor Hobby's Request "Austin, Texas. "The Texas-legislature In special ses sion called for that purpose has enacted a law providing for the eradication of the pink boll worm menace found in certain areas in south Texas. The hor ticultural board of the federal depart ment of agriculture has accepted this state eradication measure and in lieu of a threatened state-wide quarantine against the shipment of Texas cotton, cotton seed and cotton products, has on July 14 established a quarantine against interstate shipment from that area only which under the provisions of the state law may te determined to be infested. On March 4, 1920, your state issued a quarantine notice estab lishing a quarantine against importa tion into Arizona from the state of Texas of cotton lint seed, and cotton products. In view of action by the f ed- Last limes I -Pay SHOWING "The Courage of Marge O'Doone" By James Curwood Spend a cool hour amid scenes of the Frozen North Also , Will Rogers' Illiterate Digest Lyons-Moran Comedy Ford Weekly Gaumont Graphic Columbia Where It's Always Cool The Columbia Theater Or chestra creates an appropriate accompaniment of harmony. for every picture shown here. FRED BARLOW, Director If H me "I'M GLAD SHE SHOT HIM!" So ays Wife After "Other Woman" Wounds Husband- "Now He'll r 'ir' .d. 1 &Sji&&ii?22r Pauline Meglige CHICAGO Foiled in her death as she was in life, Pauline Meglige. pret ty "soul wife" of Julius Jonas, will not meet him on "the higher plane" she hoped to when she shot him and turned the revolver on herself. Jonas will live and have the sight of one eye though his face will carry with Pauline. eral department of agriculture in hold ing the legislation of the state of Texas to be sufficient to control and eradicate the pink boll worm pest in this state and to prevent its spread . to other states I beg that you take steps a as early a time as may be found practic able to withdraw your quarantine af fecting Texas or at least abate the same so that it will only apply to those portions of the state of Texas covered in tbe federal quarantine declared July 14. I would abk that you kindly advise me promptly as to such action as may be taken by your state. "W. P. HOBBY, Governor." ITALY GETS COAL (Living Age) The partition of Turkey, while it re sulted in Italy's receiving but minor territorial concessions, has given that country valuable commercial advan tages in the eastern Mediterranean. Among the more important of these is virtual control of the coal regions around ancient Heraclea on the Black Sea. The colleries lie some 25 miles from the port of Zongulvah, with which they have railway , connection, and from which about two thousand tons of coal were shipped daily before the war. Production can be greatly aug mented, as the Turkish government has hitherto placed many obstacles in the way of ' scientifically developing this property. ENGLAND TO RETURN KENTUCKY FLAG England will return to the state of Kentucky a. flag which was captured from Kentucky volunteers at the Battle of the Thames in Michigan in the war of 1812. The Kentucky legislature has appropriated money to send to Eng land a commissioner who will bring back the flag. This commissioner, James Buchanan -of Louisville, is a de scendant of the commander of the Kentucky troops In the battle. A ft v. "s- r ! A Sparkling Dress Show A Clever Picture MRS. '.VERNON CASTLE "The Amateur Wife 4 n The Comedy is "MOON The Strand is so THE HIP RAMONA LAST TIMES this day only MABEL NORMAND DOROTHY DALTON " JINX" "GREEN EYES" J . With Hoot Gibson in A circus story of a Patsy Girl "THE SHOOTIN' 'The Red Hot Trail' KID" SELECTED COMEDY SELECTED COMEDY RIVERSIDE ThePaLean , .WINNERS YOU TELL 'EM CONTEST You Tell 'em Buckle you've been at the Front. Witma Ciark. You Tell 'eap Rope You have the Hang of it. Helen Johnson. You Tell 'em Mayanaise I'm Dressing Eddie Mar. You Tell 'em Casket I'm Coughin' Mrs. .Murray. You Tell 'em Henry I can't Afford Come Home" k 'p tea is Julius Jonas Tm" rted she shot him," says Mrs. Jamas. "Now Julius is free to come back to me. He will come home now." Mrs. Jonas maintains Miss Meglige was a "designing woman" and lured her husband from his home. Before Pauline killed herself she wrote in her diary that Jonas had said he was going back to has wife and would have no more to do w$ta her. H MEXICO PUNS HARVEST FESTIVAL New Mexico will hold an "open to the world" com exhibit in connection, with I its first annual harvest festival, Oct. I 7 to 9. The corn show will be under the auspices of the Albuquerque chamber of commerce, which has written the Phoenix chamber of com merce to help by interesting corn growers here to enter corn exhibits. The judging of the corn will be for the "ten best ears" and for the "best four single ears." In each class are four prizes ranging from $5 to $25, with ribbons. The letter is written by IT. B. Wat kins, secretary of the Albuquerque chamber, to Harry Welch, secretary of the Phoenix chamber. Mr. Watkins wants Mr. WTelch to throy his hat in the ring. The letter reads: "New Mexico is about once more to tread the path of peace and instead of reviving the old state fair we are starting with our first annual harvest festival. "May I prevail upon you for an answer at an early date, breaking the good news to me that you will throw your hat in the ring and give tis a whirl of co-operation from your sec tion of the country? You can realize there is little expense attached to this, except the parcel posting of the corn." o AFTER THE FIRING CEASED. From the London Mail. Mrs. 'Awkins And the way she spoke, Mrs. 'Opkins as though I wa a bit o' dirt. Why, I wouldn't speak to my husband the way she spoke to me! Always Cool No Humidity IN 7? SHINE AND JAIL BIRDS" nice and cool afternoons Zoda Conan. i s- r i :,w tew . ui f si DOUGLAS TO K URGE REE TRACK The largest race track in the West will be built at Douglas immediately, Kred Christy, secretary of the Arizbna Automotive Dealers association, said yesterday upon his return from a tour of southern Arizona. It will be two miles around the track. In the cen ter of the track area will be con structed a landing field for aircraft and a baseball diamond. The track has been especially de signed for motor car races, but will be highly suitable for horse racing. A" tract of 320 acres has been donated by the Phelps-Dodge corporation to the people of Coohise county. The tract lies between Pirtleville and the Bisbee Douglas highway. . An unique item in the building of the track is that everything used in connection therewith will be donated by the people and business organizations of Cochise county. It was reported from Douglas that a mass meeting has just been held on the grounds and that the first shovel of earth raised in com memmoration of the beginning: of ac tual work. It is planned to have the board of supervisors and the county engineer donate road materials and labor and for the United States motor transport corps at Camp H. J. Jones to co operate with -their road-building equipment. The state of Illinois lost 4,260 sol diers in the World war. o D- t - AMUSEMENTS ? i - Riverside, Park "Tou tell 'em night" at Riverside was a big success and so:re two hundred of the odd little conceits were turned in to the conttst manager of the event. They were carefully gone over and the most original of all the lot were culled out a-nd five chosen as the best of those submitted. They are given in another column in the advertisement of the park. It is the intention of the man agement to hold another "You tell 'em" contest each succeeding Thursday Corner Adams at First Ave., HERE ARE SOME INTERESTING PRICES Take Advantage Of Them 53 Medium Weight Suits .25 Discount Latest models, sizes 34 to 40; a large variety to choose from. Reasonable charge for alterations. All Two-Piece Suits 25 Discount Any Palm Beach Suit ......... $15.00 Athletic Union Suits, $2 and $1.50 Values . ... .$1.10 All Porus Knit Union Suits : $1.10 Straw Hats and Panamas . . . .25 Discount All Bathing Suits 20 Discount White Oxfords, Nubuck and Canvas 25 Discount Ladies Pure Silk Hose , 25 Discount Worth while savings on sum mer apparel are waiting for you here. Do your buying now. night, while Monday nights will be de voted to one step marathons and Fri day nights to the novelty balloon show er which was a feature last night. Many novelty gifts will be added for the bal loon night. .Today the water in the big pod is clean and fresh and a day at the park is like a miniature vacation, for there is much to be found by the tired worker who wishes to spend the week end bathing, dancing and picnicing under the big shade trets. Strand Irene Castle first broke into the lime light when, with her husband, she be came the dancing rage of two con tinents, and later a a film star she made a lot oi good pictures. She is known all over the world as the best dressed woman on stage or screen. In "The Amateur Wife" she is first seen as an "ugly duckling" just home from the convent where her chorus girl mother has had her hidden. When she arrives home she finds that mother, instead of the great sta-ge artist, is the cheapest kind of a chorus "vamp," and later when the mother arouses the ire of one of her stage door "Johns" and he ki!l3 her the girl is left alone in the world with nothing: but her convent education to take her through a world where her mother had spent her time with wine and cigarettes. The "ugly duckling'' gets a, husband, but he mar ries her out of pity and then tells her so, and this so angers her that she 'rises to the occasion and makes a name for herself as the fastest living matron in New York. Hubby gets back from a trip to Egypt to find that the dull little mouse that he had left here is the best dressed woman in New York and that she is a sensation with her drives, her clothes, her fads, and her entertainments. At that she is clean and when he finds out just whc an attractive girl she has turned to from the unpromising con vent miss he falls ii love with her, and then she shows him how to "play dead" with some to spare. The picture is a finely drawn story- and gives Mrs. Castle the chance she likes to wear a world of finefeathers. Her wardrobe for this occasion is said to have cost more than in any picture she has ever made. Ramona "Green Eyes" is at the Ramona for this day only and it brings to the screen of that theater the clever star, Dorothy Dalton, well loved for her many photo plays in the past year. "Green Eyes," as the title suggests, is a graphic story See Tomorrow Sunday) Morning's Republican for Announcement of Switzer's Remodeling and Expansion Sale of the monster that has causf wars, has wrecked homes anr id driven this rtory J nent nm d u,lt b';- I it brings I J trm 3 kings into exile jealousy. In this a man lets his good judgment away with his good sense and cause he is jealous. Of course the inevitable result, unhappiness for all who succumb to the green-eyed god. This splendid picture remains .for Sat urday only, to give way to Wallio Reed Sunday in "The Source," a big grip pin? western picture. "The Desert Ruby," a strong western play, augment the current showing of "Green Eyes." The Hip Mabel Norman'd finishes at the HiH tonight tier two days' engagement of "Jinx." one of the greatest pictures this, gifted comedian in ekirts has ever made. In fact, "Jinx" is said to be th rival of the phenomenal success, "Mickey," which served to bring Mabel Normand back to popularity after sh had retired from the screen. "Jinx" is the story of a little girl with a circus who is so unlucky that she stops every thing and is the Patsy of the traveling trtbe until she "takes a tumble" to her- self and annexes a husband. Butt that's lat's ths I :i The 1 ita- another story, and you ca.n't get th real kick out or the picture until you see Mabel get away from her "JImc" Columbia David Smith, who directed Courage of Marge O'Doone," Vita graph's screen version of James Oliver i Curwood's powerful novel of the great Canadian Northwest, which is being shown at the Columbia theater for th last times today, has made a specialty ; of features in which animals play an . important part.- This peculiar training has stood him in good stead as Mr. Curwood nearly always Introduces sev eral more or less wild animals in his( stories, and "The Courage of Marga O'Doone" is no exception. j Tara, a grizzly bear, pet of Marge, and a wild bear which fights him, to gether with Baree, an outlaw wolf dog-, are vital to the story. Mr. Smith has used all his skill in obtaining: scenes with these animals, and some wonder ful results have been obtained. i Mr. Smith was born in England and educated there. He began his career ih the business world as a mechanical draughtsman, but soon switched to the staje. For some time he was associ ated .with various stock companies as business manager and director, and from this work he went naturally to motion pictures, at first writing scena rios aid later directing. He has di rected riany of Vitajrraph's most im portant features. 5IYIB SHOP Balke Bldg PHOENIX. r t Y t T i.