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A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Living ston Tuesday this week. Mrs. N. W. Bollin was suffering from tonsilitis the past week. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ray have a baby boy born to them Wednesday. The Coolidge Woman’s Club have their regular meeting next Thursday alter noon. Mr. Roy Todd of Santa Ann. Calif., was in town a few hours the first ot the week. Harvesting of cotton is in full swing and giving em loymerit to many seeking work Mr. and Mrs. Y. C. W hite and daughter Abbie. and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Christen sen were entertained Sunday at dinner by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Farnsworth. Mrs. Clara Seago has re turned from a three months stav in California and is at the home of her daughter Mrs. James Wallace, on Lin coln avenue. Work has started on the Coolidge-Picacho repair job of repairing the sections of about five miles of highway that was so badly washed at the tim# of the recent break in the Picacho reservoir. Leon N. Hooper left Mon day morning for Washing ton. D. C. after spending a month visiting with his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hooper and brothers and sisters in this vicinity. Mr. Ted Powers. Book keeper of Bruce Brothers Construction Co. left for the coast a few days ago on business. Mr. Powers makes his home at the San Carlos Hotel while staying here in Coolidge. Patty Cochran entertained at the National Monument Park with a wiene roast in honor of her birthday last Tuesday evening. Those present were Mary Gard ner. Della Ware, Majorie Talla. Florence Roche, Edna Hendry, and Harold Coch ran. All had a fine time The deparments of the Woman’s Club will hold meeting on Thursday of this week. The Americanization group with Mhs. James Luthy as chairman will meet at 2:15 in the afternoon and the Lyric Club with Mrs. J. F. Eisenhart as chairman will meet at 7:15 p. m. These groups are open to communi ty patronage and all who can are invited to be present. The room in the Coolidge schools showing the highest average daily attendance for the first month of school will be entertained at the clubhouse Friday afternoon by the social committee of the Wo an’s Club. The treat will be accorded the winning room once a month during the present school year hoping thereby to stimulate interest in perfect attendance. BRIDGE PARTY M iss Helen Moody invited a score of friends to the Wat son home Friday evening for Bridge playing. A plea sant time was enjoyed by the following guests: Mr. and Mrs . Watson Marie Tucker, Pat Tucker, Mrs. R. S. Massen, Martha Jones. Abbie White, Alberta Nichols John Tucker. Beat rice Bryce, Helen Tucker, Wm. Hardiman, Mirian Farnsworth. HIGHWAY FINALLY BE ING REPAIRED AND OILED. The Highway beween Coolidge and Olberg is being oiled this week. This high way has been in bad shape all summer because of rain storms which did much damage to the road in many places owing to poor drain age. Something will be done to protect the highway in the future, it was reported to r travelling on it safer so. ADVERTISING FIRM 1 TO TEST UTAH’S TOBACCO LAW Salt Lake City. Utah <UP) ! —Utah’s law forbidding to bacco advertisements on bill boards, or in street cars, will be tested in the United States supreme court. Denied a hearing after lossing in the state supreme court, the Packer corpora tion, outdoor advertising company, announced its de cision to carry the case to the highest court in the land. The law was passed in 1929. Desiring to test it, the Packer corporation con tinued advertising on bill boards and in street cars. A complaint was filed and the case was tried in a district court. It won in the lower court, but lost the appeal. o The Americanization De partment met Thursday at the Woman’s Club house, Mrs. James Luthy. chairman of the department presented the circumstances leading up to the adoption of the Federal Constitution and outlined the three main branches of government, Legislature. Executive,and Judicial. It proved to be a very interesting meeting to the members present. LIVESTOCK INSPrCTOR ■; STATIONED IN PINAL CO. Dr G. G. Crosbie. Live stock Inspector and Detec tive of the Livestok Sani tary Board, has been sent in-f to this territory by Dr. E. L. Stam, State Veterinarian, ; to aid local people in con troling losses from Encep halo-myeltis. Dr. Crosbie will make his headquarers at the County Agent’s office, and farmers having .horses suffering from this disease may secure Dr. Crosbie’s aid by calling at this office. Phone number is 22, Casa Grande. There have been a large | numbr of horses in Pinal county suffering (from this : disease, and Dr. Stam is co- j operating with the Pinal county Farm Bureau in less-• ening losses from this trouble by putting a veterinarian on dutv in this countv. K. K. HENNESS, County Agent, LAWYER UNO JUSTICE (Tucson % Star) William Draper Lewis,! director of the American 1 Law Institute, in an address I before the Bar association j Thursday declared that in this country criminal justice was a national disgrace. Lewis said that the lawyer had a greater responsibility for reformation of this con dition than any other class Few people will disagree with Mr. Lewis’ statement. The administration of crimi nal justice in the United States is a national disgrace j and lawyers more than any class are resnonsible ' for the condition and can do more than any other class to correct it There is no need to go into details about this. The condition exists: through out the country. It is little better in one state than in another. Lawyers will, at times, go to extremes to ac quit guilty clients; They will take every advantage of j technical procedure to block the administration of jus tice, to delay it, and befog. They can do it in a host of 1 ways, and they do it and boast about it. One result of it is that there is not an equal admin istration of justice. A per son unable to employ, able legal talent does not have the chance that a wealthier person has who can employ an imposing array of high priced lawyers. Judges, peace officer and other au* thorities instinctively incline! towards giving more con-: sideration to a wealthy per-! son than they do towards some insignificant creature! who has become enmeshed in the toils of the law. Lawyers are to blame for this because they block every move towards a change in procedure which would make the administration of justice quicker arid more just. It is an accepted fact that uur federal courts are far ahead oif our state courts, that an innocent person is safer before them and that a guilty one is in more dan ger. This is due to many | reasons. The federal court judge is appointed for life. Votes have no infuence on him. The judge of a fed eral court can comment on the evidence to the jury A judge of state court cannot. Every effort that has been made to give judges of state courts this power has been blocked by lawyers. Why? Because it makes it harder to acquit a guilty client. The jury in a federal court is dif ferent. The federal ven ire can be selected by choice while the venire of a state court must be selected by lot. Every effort to change this has been blocked in leg islatures by lawyers. \\ hy ? Because it makes it harder to acquit guilty clients. These are just a few of the differences. Too many of bur lawyers are more inter ested infees that come from wealthy clients than they are in the equal administration of justice. It is within the power of the lawyer to change this The lawyers of Arizona at the next session of the legis ture could secure many im provements in Arizona pro cedure if they so desired it. They could make Arizona procedure a model, and the> could make the results trom it a model for the entire country. It would mean, ot course, that many guilty pci sons who are acquitted nou would be found guilty . it would mean, too. that the long, delays . now possible would be reduced; it would mean also that the adminis tration of justice in Arizona would be safer, surer and more just. But the lawyers of Arizona and ot the uni . ted States as well, are not in DOUARDAVS • hite cuiainl Again we will mll rouodcrUr rickets to all places on our Pacific mS ( Lines for approximately lc a ( 4 1 •raHEST mile ($1 for each 100 miles). i 9 000(1 ° n all trains > “ TV I Jj pjL coaches or in Pullmans. * * V\\£? LEAVE FRIDAY ROUNDTRIP EXAMPLES. SATURDAY OR SUNDAY Los Angeles $9.90 OCT* 9/ ' El Paso ’ • • Be back by midnight, October 19. Phoenix 1.25 This gives you as many as 11 days Tucson . ..... 1.45 for a trip. (Minimum "DoUar Nogales 3.80 Da y” roundtrip fare, sl.) » Southern Pacific M. L. DURHAM AGENT Phone 22 YES! Mr. Ford A* Owner ' toe have • GOODYEAR TIRES * ] for *g69 4.1041 io the famous Pathfinder T \ —and in the New All -Weather 1 < 8 55 4.75-19. \ More Ford owners ride on Goodyear Tires than on any other kind. When one make of •tire leads all others in sales for 16 years, there must be good reasons why. There are —come in and let us show you. History’s lowest prices on tirea \ for all makes of cars we handle the Vesta Battery, one of the best on the market, the only one with locked plates which insures longer life. nmmm ever/ piirchs that the goods are as represented COOLIDGE AUTO SUPPLY & SERVICE J. C. JAYNE, Proprietor THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER :erested in that. The pre sent procedure is much safer for guilty clients, especially wealthy clients. INTERNATIONAL GOLF CLUB’S TOURNAMENT Nogales, Ariz., Oct I. (Special to Coolidge Exami ner). —Golfers from all parts of Arizona will declare a moratorium on work and worry Oct. 1-10-11 to attend tournament at the Interna tional Golf Club here. Glenn G. Hall, manager of the lo cal club, has been busy for the past two weeks with a crew of men, getting the sporty nine hole course, lo cated three miles south of the boundary line, in shape for the influx of players. Invitations have been is sued to every golf club in the state, as well as to all clubs in northern Mexico, and from the response, the first annual tournament here will rank next to the Arizona State Golf Association’s an nual championship tourney in attendance. The tournament will start on Friday with visiting play ers qualifying at 18 hole medal play. Local players will have qualified earlier in the week so as to leave the course open all day Friday to out of town players. On Friday evening a smoker and Calcutta pool will be staged at the Club Royal, the nobbiest of the \ Dr. F. P. Glover jj | the CHIROPRACTIC I Z PALMER GRADUATE l Phone 63 Coolidge !| Nogales, Sonora, cabarets, which will be featured by special entertainment. The women visitors will be enter tained by Ambos Nogales members. The tourney proper will start Saturday when match play will begin in the fore noon. Eighteen holes in the noon and another eighteen holes in the afternoon will narrow the field to the semi finals. ' Saturday evening a grand | ball will be given at the Club Royal to which all visitors will be invited. Sunday morning the semi final matches will be played , at 18 holes, and in the after- I noon the 18 hole final mat- j ches*in allflights, including ; consolation, will be schedul- : ed. As soon as final matches are played, all players and their escorts will be the guests of the club at a big “bust” at the course. Re freshments that are unob tainable in the United States, except at great effort, will be served in abundance. Sunday evening the trophies will be presented by the club president, Ignacio Gaxiola. The winner of the champion ship flight will receive a cooimr CHURCHES ■ ■■ - FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH Rev: J. F: Wood, Pastor Williams Building Preaching each Sunday 11 a. m and 8 p. m. Sunday School each Sunday, at 10:00 a. m. B. Y. P. U. each Sunday 7 p. m Prayer Service each Wednesday evening 8 p. m. You are welcome to all these ser vices. o FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Clyde K. Foster, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Mr. .1 H. Roberts. Superintendent Classes and Teachers for all ages Morning Worship. 11:00 a. m. o— COOLIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH Third and Pima Rev. Karl M. Ward, Pastor. Rev. ,1. W. Henderson, PastorEm ritus. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. in Sunday school at 10 a. m. intermediate and Senior Endeav or. 7:30 p. id. iiiS rpHERE is nothing that adds g^B X tone to a business as much '//,,// I as neatly printed stationery. W// fl 9j There is no necessity of send ing out of town for printing you may need. The Coolidge Examiner lias a modern equip- pJh ped office in your own town and |l can turn your work out at a lower price than you can get I it done elsewhere. Wk*. I You will save both time and 'yu I money by bringing your job I printing to The Examiner office. I Let us figure on your next J The Coolidge Examiner IjjjJpM The Home of Good Printing ; ; large loving cup, while other flights will receive suitable awards. The International Course is located in the new high way to Hermosillo about ten minutes by car from the In ternational boundary among! rolling hills. All greens are made of cottorf" seed hulls, with each one different and interesting. Two of the holes are “blind,” and every one a tough par. Refresh ment stations are situated at points of vantage along the course. FRANK SWENSON i; Attorney !; Heard Bldg. Phoenix, Ariz. || Does Your ROOF LEAK? The summer rains are near and is the roof on your house, barn or shed in good condition? We have a good stock of roofing paper, both smooth and slate, shingles, corrugated iron and built up roofing. P.W. HAMILTON LBR.CO. “Where Quality Meets Price.” * R. N. 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