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I OCCtiUil X WKJ) II TO IKE LIFE MORE IE II STATE HOSPITALS Inaugurating the hospitalization pro gram which will be carried on through out the state, D. A. Little, department adjutant of the American legion, yes terday forwarded to each post In the state a request that a report be made to department headquarters of hos pital conditions in Arizona. In an effort to Increase Its service to the ex-servicemen the first order of business of the legion will be to make life more worth living to the men still In the hospitals, said Mr, Little. "We want to make these men realize that after having rendered their service they are not thrown to the scrap heap and forgotten; to awaken each com munity to a sense of its obligation to the nation's disabled; to humanize the hospitalization of the sick and wound ed: to give our support to them in their fight with discouragement, as they gave their support to the nation in the time of its need; and for each member of the legion to put his shoulder to the wheel and Bhove until the great work is accomplished,' said Mr. Little. Tho procedure outlined by Mr. Little to the posts is to the effect that each man In each hospital be visited at least once a week by individual members of the committees from the legion posts and auxiliary units in the community where the hospital is located. hind out it the man is getting any compensation or not getting as much as he is entitled to." says Mr. Little. We have information to the effect that many men are not getting any compen satlon at all or less than they are en titled to. A statement should be made In each case where tho man is not re ceiving what he is entitled to and for warded to department headquarters, which will take it up with the bureau of war risk Insurance. In case the man's claim Is not settled within sixty days from the time a report is sent to department headquarters, tho matter should against be called to our atten tlon and action will be taken through national headquarters on the case. Na tional headquarters is preparing to give these claims prompt attention and push them through where they are Just.' A list of tho hospitals in the state leased or contracted by the governmen was mailed to each post by Mr. Little, 5 ELKS7 SPECIAL I w to I SQ OS TODAY AT 2:30 P. M. HOLIDAY MATINEE MINSTREL CABARET FRIDAY NIGHT BIG DOUBLE SHOW No Advance In Prices Only 30c, 55c, 85c o Z o o o CM Get out the Rabbit's Foot and get luck Ur DRESSED AND UNDRESSED u r Keys will be given tonight AT TOFT'S COUWTRYCLUB TURKEY NIGHT TONIGHT IF YOU GET A LIVE ONE RUN IT DOWN signed at St. Joseph s hospital, the the Frank Luke post Xo. 1 being as- Phoenix sanitarium and St. Luke's home. This work must necessarily fall most heavily on the post having Hos pitals located In their city. Fortunate ly, the posts having the largest mem bership will have the most work to do," declared the department adjutant. "If this department accomplishes nothing else of any importance durin the coming year, it will at least nave done one thins: worth while. There are many things to be done by the Amer lean legion, and we think the best way to get at them is to take one thing at a time and put it over strong. This Is our first business to be attended to, so let's get busy and see It through to a satisfactory' conclusion." Following are the list of hospitals where.ex -service men are registered: Leased or Contracted by Government Modrach hospital. Tucson. St. Joseph's hospital, Phoenix. Tuma hospital, "Vuma. Calumet hospital, Douglas, Arizona hospital, Tucson. Hotel Rest sanitarium, Tucson. Phoenix sanitarium. Phoenix. St. Luke's home, Phoenix. Young's ranch (Mrs.), Tucson. Young's ranch, Tucson. Owned by Government Public Health Service, Prescott. Public Health Service, Tucson. Assianment of Hospitals To Morgan McDermott post No, Tucson, Ariz.: Modrach hospital. v Arizona hospital. Hotel Rest sanitarium. Young's ranch (Mrs.). Young's ranch. Public Health Service hospital. To Frank Luke post No. 1, Phoenix, Ariz.: St. Joseph's hospital. Phoenix sanitarium. St. Luke's home. To Ernest A. Love post No. 6, Pres cott, Ariz.: Public Health Service hospital To II. II. Donkersley post No. 19, Yuma, Ariz.: . Yuma hospital. To Fred Hilburn post No. 11, Doug las, Ariz.: Calumet hospital. o Old floors made Tike new. Phone ?059. dl Alleged Tire Thief Arrested in Nevada Republican A. P. Leased Wire RENO, New, Nov. 24. Harry Treat, charged with the theft of $5,000 worth of automobile tires from a Baltimore and Ohio railroad yard in Chicago, was arrested here today . Treat was painfully injured and his wife killed when their automobile was struck bv a Southern Pacific train near Sparks, Nev., last week. The ac cident is declared to have given the Chicago authorities a clue to his presence nere. o PATERNAL ADVICE Mabel Father, I need a new riding habit. Father I can't afford it. "But what am I to do without a riding habit?" "Get the walking habit." Answers, London. nn YPEW RITE DQ JLVO STATE AGENTS 'ROYAL" and "CORONA 99 . 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