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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1920.
PAGE EIGHT ORDERS OA 0 BEBROUGH LLOTS THERE FOR INSPECTION Judge Stanford Issues Or ders To Officials Of Yav apai County In Wheeler Ross Election Contest. WELFARE WORKERS TO CONSIDER MS FOR i An order was Issued yesterday Aft ernoon in the superior ourt by Juris? It. C. Stanford to tho treasurer and tl.e 'Clerk of the board of super lnrn ot Yavapul county ritlnu them ti brlnj; alt tli paraphernalia connected with the primary election of Sept. 7 used in that county before tho court here at one. This order whs isuori tn rpw tlon with tho court order of h(fs.it urdjy jtranflna; Charles l)ea!rs AVheeler an tnieetion of tho ballots rant at the primary election, as asked In hi context acaln.it Harry S. l'osi Tor tin1 I)cnio;'rntic nomination for the office, of Ht-rrctary of state. 'Wheeler nnd lions hoth were candidates and Itops received the nomination to the office. A bonl of $300 al.o was filed yes terday by Wheeler for the Inspection. The iond nas set by Judge Stanford last Saturday and carries the condition that It la to lie Increased ns the costs of the lnnpertlon Increase, The sureties on the bond were Charles K. Addams and John llyder. "William V. Dohoney ha. been nominated aa Inspector of the ballots for Wheeler and Frank De- fouia has been nominated as Inspector for Ross. A third man Is to be ap pointed by the court. All Election Paraphernalia The order to the treasurer and to the clerk of the board of supervisors of Yavapai county states that they must transmit to the superior court of Marl cona county and produce before that court all of the ballots cast, the tally books, the poll lists and all other para phernal passed to them by the elec tlon boards or used by the election precinct officers In the primary eleo tlon and row In possession of the clerk of the board of supervisors and the trenaurer of Yavapai county. A certi fied copy of the order will be sent to each Of these, men at once by the cierK of the superior court here. The contest suit against Ross was heun recently by Wheeler, who charred that many errors In counting and canvassing the votes of the elec tion yere made by the boards of super visors of the counties of the state. Wheeler alleged that he received the highest number of votes for the office ef secretary of state and asked that he be declared the nominee by the court. Ross. In an answer filed last Saturday to the suit, declares that he received the hlshest number of votes for the of flee and makes practically all the alle gations that Wheeler made In his suit. Jtoss also alleys that in many of the nreclncts In the state votes were cast fnr Wheeler bv voters who were not registered voters in that precinct. Start InsDSction Soon - According to reports last night. It is thought that the Inspection of the bal lot, ami the other election books will t.eirln within three or four days. Thus fr nniv the ballots and election hooks f Vavaoal county have been ordered !-ntirht hefor the court here for in nectton. Wheeler in his contest asked particularly that the Yavapai county flection records be inspected, lie also charsres errors tn Graham. Yuma, Na- rajo and Apache counties. BHffiKHE FOR STATE KfflHI CM HEALTH CENTER For tlie purpose of organizing a per manent health center, including a gen eral clinic, representatives from all so cial service, public welfare and public health organizations will meet at tne Woman's club Thursday evening. The meeting has been tailed by Dr. Ueorge Goodrich. Ftate health officer, at the request of 20 leaders in welfare work in the city, besides the representa tives of the different organizations, professional men and women active In public health in all Torms have Deen Invited to assist in the organization of the health center. Sinre the temporary clinic was held here last June it has been generally conceded that the time had come for definite action along the line of a permanent org;inizatton. In one montn the total visits to the clinic numbered 1.000, according to T. C. Cuvellier, state director. public health surveys, who will be one of the speakers at the meeting Thursday evening. Mr. Cuvel lier will outline the plan of organiza tion of public health centers as already perfected In other states. lie has Just returned from Pouglas. where a cen ter was established. The public health center plan can be carried out by co-ordinating the forces and funds available, nays Mr. Cuvel lier. In this way he declares much can be accomplished In elimination the overlapping and duplication of effort In addition to the saving of funds. Tho health center should be centrally locat ed and large enough to house the scat tered organizations. The combined rentals should be sufficiently large to provide for a good home." said Mr. Cuvellier In discuss Ing the project yesterday. "It would be a central registration bureau and serve as a clearing house for all the associations. A complete record of every case handled by every organlza tlon could be kept to serve as a guide in health and relief work. Hesides Mr. Cuvellier the speakers Thursday evening Will include Dr Goodrich. Dr. II. r. Mills, president of the Maricopa County Medical associa tion, and the Rev. Bertrand R. Cocks of the Maricopa County Tuberculosis society. c SOUTHSIDE NEWS 16 OFFICE SOUTHSIDE DEPARTMENT South Macdonald Street; Phone 341; Mesa TEMPE AGENCY Laird & Dines Drug Store Phone 22 GILBERT AGENCY Gilbert Pharmacy Phone Mesa 1R2 CHANDLER AGENCY Gardner & Harmer Drug Store Phone 21 GOODYEAR AGENCY J. E. Flanagan Refreshment Parlor ST. IRKS MB FOR PART TO BE TAKEN I II CHURCH CIPH MESA. Oct. 18 The part that the Mesa church of St. Mark s Episcopal church will play in the nation-wiae campaign to create greater spiritual interest, will be discussed at a meet ing of the congregation to be held Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. The rec tor, tho Rev. Francis IJloy. passed last week-end In Tucson at a conference of the St. Mark's Episcopal ministers of Arizona and will report the proceed ings ot that meeting on Tuesday night. "The every member canvass" to be held on November 21. when every member will be expected to do his or her share for the church, will also be discussed together with the national campaign. Gamblers Draw Fines Charged with gambling, four Mexi cans given their preliminary hearings In Judge Newell's court Monday plead ed guilty and were assessed fine of $10 each. The quartet were arrested Saturday night in a local pool hall. where it is alleged they were partici pating in a game of "pay ball." Goes To Globe Although a very busy man as sec retary for the Arizona Cotton Carnival. Dan E. Collett. secretary of the com mercial club, found !t possible to get away for Globe Monday morning, where he represented Mesa at the Apache Trail meeting. He expects to return to Mesa Tuesday evening. Request Floats From Other Towns Requests for representative floats from each of the neighboring towns to participate in tho big parade 1 hursday morning .of carnival week have heen made by tho parade committee. Posi tions in the column have been set aside for floats from Gilbert, Chandler, Goodyear and Tempe. And either the towns as a whole or individual con cerns are urged to take part in the parade. Committee To Meet II. C. Holcomb. chairman of the en tertainment committee for thfc cotton carnival, has called a meeting of his committee to be held Thursday even ing at 8 o'clock in the commercial club rooms. Mrs. Tafel Improving Mrs. Tafcl. wife of Dr. R. M. Tafel, has so far recovered from her opera tion in a Phoenix hospital recently, that it Is expected she will return to her Mesa home on Tuesday. Dr. Light Returns Dr. G. r. Light returned Sunday from a njeasant two months visit at his former home in New Jersey. Mrs. Light who has been there through the summer will remain several weeks yet at New Brunswick. N. J. Mesa To Florence Sunday The Mesa ball team will journey to Florence next Sunday for a game there with the prison city team. Two weeks ago the two clubs met here a.'id Mesa gained a victory by a narrow margin. Repeated requests for revenge from Florence has resulted in Mesa's ac ceptance of the challenge. Manager Hice is working together his strongest team and wilK invade the prison town with full intentions of scoring a vic tory. Visitors In Mesa YV. II. Arnold and family were week end visitors in Mesa, stopping as the guests of the C. A. Cave family. Mr. Arnold and party are en route from their home at Belfourche. S. D., to the California coast by automobile, and following a visit in the valley for a few days will continue on to their destination. The Arnolds and Caves were old friends at Sabetha. Kan.. some years ago, and their interest al ready taken in the valley indicates that the Arnolds may return to be near neighbors here again this winter. Stroup Home From Coast D. J. Stroup of the Grover cigar store returned Sunday from a month's vacation passed on the California coast. Southside Theaters Today Majestic. Mesa Jack Fickford in "Tho Double Dyed Deceiver." Comedy, "Spring," featuring Mr. and Mrs. Car ter De Haven. ' Gilbert "John JPetticoats," featuring William S. Hart. "Daredevil Jack" serial, starring Jack Dempscy. Tempe Audra Allen stock company in "The Brat." Chandler "Blue5!: .Streak McCoy," featuring Harry Carey. YVestern drama called "One He Man." CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my heartfelt thanks for the acts of kindness and beautiful flowers during my recent be reavement. MRS. L, J. SPURLING , o members are urged to attend, as the arrangements for the anniversary pic nic, the 22nd, will be completed at this meeting. New Son in Waddell Home j A fine big boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Waddell Monday morning at their home on the Birchett ranch. Home From Vacation Mrs. Melt Spangler came in Sunday morning from California, where she has been visiting her mother and brother for some time. Buckeye Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Park Mitten and chil dren of Buckeye spent Sunday In Tempe with Mrs. Mitten's parents. Mr. and i Mrs. Ernest Schmidt. They re turned to Buckeye Mopday morning. California Man Buys Home in Terrpe Mr. Brooks of California has pur chased the old S. A. Parry place at 1041 McAllister avenue from Henry YV Bell. The sale was made through the agency of'R. A. Windes. Making More Improvements Harvey Haroldson is having cement walks put in front of his lots and all around the house, which adds greatly to the attractiveness of his home. Phoenix People Attend Christian Endeavor Mr. and Mrs. Holesinger and children of Phoenix attended Christian En deavor at the Christian church Sui News from Tempe TEMPE. Oct. 18. Mr. and Mrs Chester Hall are rejoicing over the ar rival of a nine and a half pound daugh ter, which was born at the home of the grandmother, Mrs. Julia Cole, Sunday morning. Ill With Bronchitis Katherine Meridith is ill with an at tack of bronchitis. Return From California Dr. and Mrs. B. B. Mouer returned Monday morning from Los Angeles. Meeting of the Maccabees The Maccabees will hold their rej ular meeting Tuesday afternoon. All day evening. Mr. Holesinger gave a very interesting talk. He was here in behalf of the "Christian Herald World." Gas Hearing -to Be Held Oct. 27 The Soutfi Side Gas and Electric company will be given a hearing at the city hall in Tempe. Oct. 2i, at 10 o'clock. If there is anyone in town who is not receiving service from the sprinkler, the town clerk would be glad to be notified at the city hall. The Cost of Removing One Tree Last summer a large tree was re moved from the intersection of Myrtle and Eighth. It cost the town J70 to cut it down and chop it into stove wood, but it made five cords of wood. The stump is now being removed by the street paving company. It has al ready cost iol and has to be hauled away yet. "The Brat" at Tempe So many requests were made of the Elks theater management, Phoeni that the people of Tempe be allowed? to witness "The Brat" without belrrgr compelled to make the journey to the Capital City, that it was arranged to stage the unique play at Menhennet's playhouse tonight. FOR. SALE Burglary plate glass all around display case. Cost $75. Will take ?25. New York Jewelry Store. Mesa, Ariz. , Our Fall Millinery Display Will be open to the public in our new loca tion Tomorrow. All the latest conception of the newest New York models will be offered for your approval. The Fashion Millinery 126 N. Central Ave. . . . Next to the New Heard Bldg. REFU8LICM WOMEN LEAGUE IN MEETING Members of the Phoenix Republican Woman's league held one of Its big- rest and most enthusiastic meetings of the campaign at the Woman's club last evening. The ballot was explained by Mrs. J L. B. Alexander, president of the league. Dr. J. A. Lewis spoke on na tlonal Issue and Judge Frank O. Smith explained the land question. Judge Albert Sames of Douglas, chairman of the Republican state central commit tee, explained the organization and technique of the party. He paid splendid tribute to Governor Thomas E. Campbell in closing his address. Mrs. Fred YV. Smith was announced as the prize winner lor writing the best original verses to be used as a campaign song. o BEL ST II HOLDS T Fill E can t, Thoeni chADter of the Amerl .Him f i-.neineers met flPOUV ! II V. - reiruhir session Monday nigni, ut- k 1 The, number In attendance .n v.rv encouraging. Indicating that .h. membership is taking a keen in terest In the various matters upon which action, has been undertaken by the chapter. Th. mmmlttM aDrolnted to formu late the chanter's objections to the nrooosed State Highway bill, made a iwKiiiotivo reDort. which was idonted and will be presented by the thapter's delegate. L. B. Hitchcock, to the state assembly, AA. K, which will nnven in Phoenix October 25. Ac tion wai also taken on arrangements for the banquet which will be given in Honor of th vlsltlne delegates. YV. II. Barnum. chairman of the sommlttee on arrangements lor tne banquet, has a very elaborate menu planned, while Chairman Kisselburg of the entertainment committee is out iolne himself on stunts for the occa sion. Especial fipnslderation and pro vision will bo made to entertain the wive, and sweethearts of the engi neers. It will be necessary for nil members under the jurisdiction ot the Phoenix Chapter, to secure tickets for tho ban juet from Mr. Ilarnu'm, not later than the evening of October 23. A great many englueers have already signified their Intention of attending the ban auet. and It is expected that practi cally every One in this vicinity will be present. It will certainly be an occasion and event which no local en xlneer will willingly miss. o The it. uovernment is paying 1257.000 each for 16-Inch guns for the navy. RUBBER STAMPS Designating the doctrine of "Eternal Conscious Buffering in Hell" as -the "blackest veil ever drawn over the name ot God." Evangelist Roy L. Ben ton last night at the Present Truth lecture tent said: "There is no such thing as a present hell where sinners are being tortured. The doctrine of 'immortality of the soul' has driven Its adherents to place the soul in some suitable place at death, and sonje have narrowed It down to heaven and hell, while still others admit of a third sta tion called purgatory, but the Bible ad mits of only one place for saint and sinner alike until the resurrection; after which the wicked will be de stroyed by fire, while the righteous will inhabit the new earth." Mr. Benton will speak tonight on A New Earth; a r.eal Home for Real People." 117 WEST ADAMS ST. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET State Senators C. M. Stoddard H. B. Wilkinson Supervisors - C. S. (Jack) Steward , Guy F. Vernon County Attorney r R. E. L. 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