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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, 1922.
V THE COPPER ERA PAGE THREE News Notes Miss Gladys McDougal arrived home , Wednesday afternoon from the University, of Arizona for a two weeks visit with her parents during the vacation. Miss Stella Norton and mother are leaving Saturday"'for Pima, Ari Eona, where they will remain until after Christmas. ' Entertains College Club Mrs. McHenry Mosier entertained ' College Club at her home Monday evening. Mrs. H. W. Hill gave a re port on. "Judith of the Godless Vat ley" by Honore Willsie and conduct ed an interesting discussion of same. Refreshments were . served. Th members present were:- Mesdames C. E. Hull, H. A. Leidich, Arthur Crowfoot, H. W. Hill, W. E. Lutz; Misses Kathleen Harnett, Gertrude Crank, Lou Emily Hornaday, Virgi nia Crowfoot, Inez Robb, Gladys Hodgson, Beatrice Roscoe and Eleanor Murphy.' Boy Scout Meeting Mr. O. A. Alderson, Scout Execu tive for the Globe-Miami Counsel of which-Morenci is a member, attena- ed the meeting Wednesday night and will be in town for the remain der of the week for the purpose of ex nminationa and reorganizing the TrouD. The present Troup is full and other boys want to be admitted so mow Troun will be organized. At the npxt meeting there will be. Ves per services held for the boys who have advanced from tenderfoot to first and second scouts. Mr. and Mrs. W. Nord who have been located in Morenqi for a num ber of months, left this morning for Clifton where they win remain m wifinitoiv Mr. Nord will continue his work of auditing , in that place. Mr. j! Bunch of Vhis place recently purchased the property on E. Hill owned by T. M. Smith. Leon Banks arrived in town this week to spend the holidays with his wife and friends. The Sa. James Guild met at the home cf Mrs. C S. Beck Wednesday afternoon. The time was spent in eewing. Refreshments were served. The Ladies Aid Society met at the home of Mrs. Miner E. Roscoe, Wednesday afternoon for the - pur pose of taking in new members. Plans were also discussed for a tea to be given some time in January. Miss Mamie and Miss Hildred Francis will leave for Phoenix and Mesa, Arizona, where they will visit former friends, during the Christmas vacation: Miss Mahela Vfehking and Miss Vera Griffith will leave Saturday morning for a somewhat extended trip during the holiday vacation. Among other places, they will visit San Carlos Reservation and Rice, Arizona. - . ' School Children To Receive Candy The Phelps Dodge Corporation will give their annual distribution of candy to all children below the I ' T- .1 ( .1 . 1 1 nrtA I " ' Eevemn graue iii tuts utuuuis ami. all children not in school between the ages of two and ten years. Supt. W. E. Lutz will have charge of the distribution of candy . in Morenci. Supt. W. D. Baker in Clifton, and Mr. Gay, manager of the Phelps Dodge Mercantile Company's store In Metcalf. The candy will be giv en out in Morenci at the hours of r-Tutf s Pflls-i Enable Dyspeptics to eat whatever they wish. Cause food to assimilate. Nourish the body, give appetite. ' DEVELOP FLESH The Economy ' - - Should N Tempt Ysa Use That's Wlmt MilHeas Housewives Do (SA KING POWDER)! BEST BY TEST W " AUt BYATBUtl THE WORLDS GREATEST BAKING POWDER From Morenci 2:00 and 7:00 P. M. Sunday. At two o'clock the Community Christ mas Program will be rendered by the school children under the direc tion of the program committee, Mrs. C. M. Staples, C. E. Hull and Miss Mahela Wehking. The following pro gram will be rendered: Christmas Carol Congregation e Three Kings of Orient Are' Congregation O Little Town or Bethleham . . . Congregation Beautiful Tree Mex. 4th Grade Violin Solo Vocal Solo Silent Night Vocal Solo Joy to the World America .McHenry Mosier C. E. Hull Chorus . . . Charles Naylor Congregation . .-r.'. Congregation Miss Lillian Owen, Executive As sistant of the Employment Secretary Stanford University. Palo Alto, Calif ornia, and sister, Margaret Owen, a student at the Palo Alto Union High School, arrived in Morenci last Sun dayto be the guests of their parents. Mr,, and Mrs. L. J. Owen, during the Christmas season. Miss Stella Miller, Sixth grade eacher of the local schools, and sis- ter, Anna, will leave Saturday for Metcair where they will spend Christ mas. - Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Owen enter tained at an informal dinner Tues day evening the following guests: Ray Ryan, Miss Eleanor U Murphy, and Mr. and Mrs., Leon Banks. The Woman's Auxiliary of the American Legion, Lloyd C. Hill Post, Morenci, last week sent twenty-seven pounds of home made candy, two hundred packages cigarettes, twelve dozen cookies, and jelly to the sol dier boys at Tucson. The Auxiliary will give a Christmas party on De cember 29th for the American Legion, and new members who have recent ly come to camp. The Auxialiary and Woman's 'Club aye putting up twenty-three Xmas baskets for those families who are in need. Club Reading Room To 'Open The reading room of the 6lub will be opened by Christmas. Prepara tions are under way now to arrange the library, pool tables and card tables of the reading room. ?his will be under the supervision of Frank Martin, manager of the Royal. Officials and Staff I Enjoy Banquet A banquet was enjoyed at the Mo renci Hotel last Friday night by the officials and the staff of the Phelps Dodge Corporation, Morenci Branch. Following the banquet, John Kiddie, Superintendent of Mines, conducted a discussion of . mining problems. Music consisted of violin solos by McHenry1 Mosier, Vocal solos by C. E. Hull and a piano solo by Mr. Williams. Mr. Wagstaff related a number of humorous stories which were very much appreciated. Christmas at the Hodgson Home Mr. J. P. Hodgson of this place will motor to Safford Saturday night this week .where he will attend the Saftord-Morencl basket ball game and will also meet his sons, Walter and Marshall, who are enroute home for Christmas vacation from the University of Southern California. Herbert Hodgson, wife and young son will also join Captain Hodgson at Safford and will eccompany his party to Mprenci where they will spend Christmas. Basket Ball Last Saturday night, December 16th, Morenci High School defeated the Clifton High School in a basket ball game by a score of 40 to 20 in the Clifton auditorium. Morenci. made its first basket within fifteen sec onds after the fifcst whistle blew. From thaWime on during the first They know that Good Baking Powder can't be sold for less that "more for the mon ey' means bake-day fail ures, waste of time and money that Calumet means economy. The sales of Calumet are over 150 greater than that of any other bak ing powder. BAKING POWDER half Morhci made baskets almosU renci team displayed unusually good team work, and accuracy in shootiflg. The first half ended by a score of 289 in favor of Morenci. Second Unit of Mill Now Complete Remodeling of the second unit of the mill was completed and put in operation on Friday, which increases the concentrator capacity -to 1400 tons. A number of new men have been added to the mining department, es pecially the work under ground. Charles Le Grande, " consulting engineer of the Phelps Dodge Cor poration, and his niece. Miss Van Der Linge of Douglas were in Mo renci a few days last week, leaving foe their home Saturday morning. In the second half, Clifton came back stronger, playing somewhat of a defensive game and kept the Mo renci team tied down to a terrain extent. Andre's work at guard show ed up extremely- well during this half. Callicotte of Clifton starred for thJin, making more points than all his learn mates combined. Morenci's second team composed of Donald Jay.Tames Arciniega, Juan Montelongo, Placido Pulice, and Frank Ruedas engaged in an interesting- contest with Clifton's seo- nnd n o in o c- r nt-nl i i-i i ,1 o yn Tn m n 1 -i . t Saturday night. They were de - feated by Clifton by a score of 19-14 Both second teams indicated that there is some good material for first team work in a year or two hence. Morenci's second team will go to Duncan Friday night for a preliminary game with Duncan's second team. EXPECT BIG CROWD AT NEXT MEETING OF GOOD ROADS ASSN. The next annual meeting of the Arizona Good Roads Association will draw a large attendance; from all parts of the state. Each year wit nesses a greater interest in Arizona's road problems, and the session in January 15. 1923, at Douglas, Ari zona, promises to be full of live dis cussion on the various matters which affect Arizona road policies. Three speakers will handle the question of temporary versus perma nent type of highway construction. The federal Bureau of Public Roads will have a speaker at the meeting. The Automobile club of Southern California has been jnvited to have one of its well knorfn engineers speak on the question and George Purdy Bullard, the president of the Auto mobile club of Arizona, will address the meeting on the same subject. ' In1 order to accomodate the large number of delegates who will go from the northern and central part of the state, it is possible that the Good Roads committee from Maricopa ceunty will charter a special train. It would be possible to leave Phoenix late on Sunday night, January 14,, arriving in Douglas in the morning of Monday, January 15, for the road gathering.- The plan is being con-1 sidered and definite announcement with details will probably be made at an early date. The directors of the Arizona Good Roads association meet on- Tuesday next at noon to prepare plans for the annual convention. The pres ent ' officers and directors are: Gustav Becker, T. G. Norris. Harry Welch, J. J. Bowen. Fred Garing, L. D. Van Dyke, Wr W. Pace, J P. Hodgson, A. L. Chandler, W. B. Stevens, C. E. Owens, Monte Mans- ford, Sam Bailie. U W. Mix, C. C. ; Studkey, and O. T. McCoon. DRIVE AGAINST NEW MEXICAN BOOTLEGGERS That a determined drive 19 being launched immediately against boot leggers who have for some time been bringing liquor into this vicinity I in large quantities from New Mexico J was .announced today by border cus-i toms officers. Authority was given j this statement by Charles Fowler, j collector of customs, who has been : completing arrangements for such ! a campaign. ' j Importation of lkiuor through New Mexico into southern Arizona has for some time been constituting the prin cipal difficulty in prohibition enfor cement in this federal district and no measure will be neglected to bring it to a halt immediately, it was stated. Officers Assigned Every available customs officer in Douglas have been ordered to take assignments in this movement to end liquor importations from New Mexico and roads through south ern Arizona leading from New Mex ico will be thoroughly patrolled. Forces of customs officers have been assigned to each of these roads and any attempt to continue entrance of liquor by this route will be averted. Seriousness of the situation which has arisen compelled federal authori ties to take drastic steps, with the object of breaking up the traffic quickly. RABBIT HUNTER DIES FROM RATTLER'S BITE DOUGL.AS, Vet:. 18. Lewis Fim bres, a rancher 10 miles north of Douglas, is dead from a rattlesnake bite. He was taken to Pirtleville, where he lived for 12 hours. Fimbres had been hunting rabbits and had shot one as it was bolting down a hole, into which the hunter thrust his arm. Within was the snake. The rancher was 43 years old and left a wife and four small children, who at the time were on a visit to Miami. GLOBE MAN KILLED GIXJBE, Ariz.. Dec. 16 Robert Smith, employed as a foreman in the International smelter here, was instantly killed just outside the city limits of Globe tonight. Details of the fatality are lacking, but a re port made by officers who went to the scene of the accident when it was made known shortly after 9 o'clock, stated that the automobile he was driving struck the side of a bridge and overturned. i STATE SIFTINGS Phoenix Goodyear Rubber Co. ir rigates 37.000 acres valley land from 112 pumping plants. Holbrook 40 high bred dairy cows purchased for Navajo county farm ers. Tucson Campaign launched for construction of University of Arizona stadium. Copper Hill Old Dominion vein on 1700 level of Arizona Commercial increasing in size and value. Morenci No. 6 concentrator in stalls new unit adding 700 tons to daily capacity. Oatman Gold Roads mine re-opened, property being put in shape for active development. Globe Superior and Boston push ing forward development of Old Dominion vein. Youngsberg Young Mines Com pany, to install 500 ton mill. Kingman Ore shipment from Sil ver Blade Mines Co. makes smelter test.. ' I Oatman North Star Mining Co. starts development of property . 4Ochoa New Cornelia Copper Co. working at full capacity with 800 men. Morenci Local plant of Phelps Dodge reports need of 150 additional men. ' , Phoenix-Compact drawn up and signed for division of Colorado River water construction of dam practical ly assured. San , Simon Willie Rose Mining group to be developed under new management. Douglas Tad Pole Cattle Co. im ports 30 West India Brahmer bulls. Yuma $2,000,000. of Sud Pacifico de Mexico's proposed $10,000,000 construction program to be spent locally. - " Kingman Katherine Rand Gold Mining Co., ready to start active de velopment of property. Turkey Installation of mill on Howard Silver property to be com pleted April 1st. , -Tombstone Leasers resume work at Last Chance- property. Yuma $582,853.95 contract award ed for paving project. Phoenix Consumption of Arizona APPLES and CIDER Direct to the consumer from the largest Apple Orchard on the Frisco river. Fine flavors and color. L. S. Davis, near Davidson's Meat Market, Hill's Flat or drop postal card Box 1434, Clifton, Ariz. canned fruit increased over 30 per cent in last six months. Douglas November export valua tion through local port $83,698 greater than October. ' Phoenix Arizona Trust companies have combined assests of $10,520, 856. Globe Inspiration Company start ing construction of complete modern town. 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Globe Superior & Boston devel oping ,01d Dominion vein, 33 cars ore going out monthly. the Fuel Bill STANPA1U OIL