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November 25. Folirr~ Special I if s’ Thanksgiving Day Attraction. [llllL Matinee at 3:00 a.™, Evening at 8:00 |j| I I A Sublime Photo Production of Hall Caine’s Immortal Novel. Georgeous Dramatic Pageanty, Power. A Supreme Motion Picture Triumph. School Notes. The last foot-ball game of the year was played on the high school gridiron last Saturday, when the high school lined up against the Santa Fe apprentice team. The shop team was cap tained by Stub Smith and as usual Winslow high was out weighed about 20 pounds to the man. Despite the handicap, Murphy and Creswell scored the touch-downs and Sutherland kicked the two goals that won the game. The whole shop de fense was the line plunging by Smith, who scored twice but failed to kick a goal. All teachers leave forth 6 state institute at Phoenix Sunday night. There will be no school next week. The institute was ordered by the state and county superintendents and levery teach er is compelled to attend. The Parent-Teachers Associa tion of the high school which was to have been held Tuesday evening, was postponed because of rain, and will be held later in the month. No definite day has been decided upon. Lillian Tully.of the junior class, was absent a few days this week because of illness. The high school orchestra play ed for the Christian church bazaar Tuesday and Wednesday evenings of this week. The Tone of the Artist is the Tone of the Edison What has been known as the “talk- f|p ~ r ' ing machine tone” —that mechanical ‘ timbre which until now seemed to be a MU necessary evil in the artificial reproduc- ""p lion of music—has been completely = eliminated in Mr. Edison’s perfected phonograph. I f It is weel to bear in mind that the o New Edison has no tone of its own. jiH!! It is meiely a perfect vehicle for the □ reproduction of the artist’s perform ance. In the New Edison the listener /\ hears only the exquisite tones of the y artist. There is nothing to alter or mar the tonal purity of the music. There is no such thing as an “Edison tone.” The tone of the artist is the tone of the Edison. Winslow News Store. T. Nietliammer, Prop. Ceder Springs Notes. Marty & Bailey have started to build their new store and re sidence, two stone masons from Gallup have the contract. The Navajo corn crop breaks all records and the prices they are receiving makes them independ ent. The Hopi Indians are also bringing wagon loads of it to Cedar Springs and Maddox. A. L. Bailey received word that his brother in San Fernan do, Cal., sustained probable fatal injuries in a motor accident, the car going over a hundred and fifty foot embakment. Advertised Letter List for week ending. Nov. 5-1915. W. B. Adams Jno P. Alexander W. F. Ballenger R. E. Daggs F. L. Davis Arthur B. Kronig Olive L. Mills Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Merritt Mary Richler, (2) Mrs. L. Fenton Miss Ruth Stuart Burton W. Sawyer C. E. Sperry T. F. Stanley J. A. Thornell. Among Our Neighbors. Charles McKittrick, known throughout northwerstern New Mexico as Box S Charlie, was shot yesterday shortly before noon by S. G. Winston, who is the hus band of McKittrick’s neice. The shooting grew out of a differ ence between McKittrick and Winston over the McKittrick ranch and the hay raised on the ranch this season. According to the report received here both men used their sixs-hooters, McKittrick’s bullet going through Winston’s hat and the latter’s shot found its mark in the abdomen of McKittrick. Win ston’s story of the shooting is that McKittrick came to the ranch Friday and that they had a quarrel. Winston ordered Mc- Kittrick to get off the place. One word followed another and both men drew their six-shooters and began shooting. When the affair was over McKittrick was seriously,probably fatally wound ed. —Gallup Herald. At the last meeting of the board of county supervisors C. E. Perkins, county engineer, and Miss Dee M. Moss, clerk of the board, were instructed to attend a meeting of the engineers of the state and the clerks of the county boards, which will be held in Phoenix Nov. 17. Miss Moss and Mr. Perkins expect to attend the meeting. —Holbrook News. A fire, fatal in its results, de- 1 stroyed the home of Tranqulino Nuanez shortly after four o’clock Tuesday afternoon, burning to death two children of tender years. The house was located on the north side of the Puerco near the foot of the hills. The dead are Juanito Ribali aged five years and Juan Sanchez aged four years. The origin of this disastrous fire is not known for certain, but it is believed that the older of the two boys had been playing with matches and had set fire to his clothing. The children were alone in the house when the fire started and the first that was seen of the fire was when flames were noticed com ing out of the roof and smoke was pouring through the win dows. —Gallup Herald. The ten-year-old daughter of E. C. Mortensen, who was the Chandler driver for the Fike stage for some time, was run over and killed at Mesa Sunday evening by an auto. The rear wheel of the machine passed over her head, crushing her skull. —Chandler Arizonian. A large crowd witnessed the removal from the Bank of Bisbee this morning of a large amount of Mexican money, which was taken to the line under guard for transfer to Villa, who had ar ranged for the exchange. How much was drawn is not known, but the number of boxes indicat ed that Villa men would have abundant pay among them for some little time to come. —Tomb- stone Epitaph. An international romance came to light in Miami yesterday, when the fiance of Dick Renowden, one of the most popular young men of Miami, arrived here after a trip all the way from England. The actual culmina tion is not yet in sight, but will doubtless take place in the near future. The young lady carm well chaperoned, being ac companied by the wife of H. Wakefield of the Miami Copper company, and the wife and child of Dick Butts, also of the Miami Copper company.—Miami Silver Belt. Twenty-eight years ago while mining in the Mineral Hill dis trict, J. J. Frazer lost a solid gold masonic emblem that he carried on his watch chain. One day last week a Mexican cowboy rid ing the range in the mineral hill country saw something bright on the ground, and picked up what proved to be the lost masonic emblem, which he returned to Mr. Frazier at the first opportu nity. The emblem was exactly in the same condition as when lost, not being affected in the least by the elements in all those years.—Florence Blade Tribune. Dwight B. Heard, Phoenix capitalist, passed through Wins low this morning on his way to Chicago, where he goes on important busines. Chas Daze i? erecting a splen did new fifty foot garage in the rear of his residence on north Warren avenue. It is of pressed brick, and adds to the appear ance of property. Among those who will leave Wisniow' town for the stave fair in Phoenix are F. T. La Prade, Mr. and Mrs. B. Funk, Mrs. N. S. Bly and children, f Ir. and Mrs. W. A. Par Mrs. J. J. Lane, and Dr. am 1 Mrs. Ross G. Bazelle. The ladies of the Christian Cir cle held their first annual bazaar and supper Tuesday and Wed nesday in the opera house on Front street, which proved a one cess both socially and financially. Supper was served both even ings, and they did a thriving business. Messages received from Phoe nix and Tempe during the week are to the effect that the Flag staff Normal lost both games of foot-ball while in the Salt River Valley. Flagstaff played Phoenix high school last Friday and were defeated 40 to 0. Saturday they journeyed to Tempe where they rested over Sunday, and Monday played tneir sister Normal being 1 defeated by a score of 72 to 3. The ladies of the Methodist aid society are still hard at work on the numerous pretty things for their bazaar which is to be held December Bth and 9th. A splen \ did supper will be served both ’ evenings. In connection with , the bazar the ladies will have the ‘ parcel post package sale, their ’ idea being that every one who can will send a package by par- I cel post to the society, with not less than twenty five cents value enclosed. This is something new ' in the way of church bazaars and ' should take. ’ Notice to Tax Pasrevs of the Town cf Winslow. The assessment and tax roll of the Town of Winslow is now in . my possession for the collection of taxes on all property described therein. One half of all taxes on all personal and real property will , be due and payable on the 11th day of Oct., 1915, and will be , delinquent on the 13th day of Dec., 1915, at 5 o’clock P.M, and unless paid prior to that time, four per cent will be added as penalty, and interest will be charged at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from time of delin quency until paid. The remaining one half of the taxes on all real and personal property will be due and payable on the 6th day of March, 1916, and will be delinquent on the 12th day of June, 1910, at 5 o’clock P.M, and unless same is paid prior thereto, four per cent will be added as penalty and in terest at the rate of 10 per cent per annum will be charged from date of delinquency until paid. The total amount of taxes may be paid at the time of the payment of the first installment . of property tax. The above taxes are payable at the office of Town Tax Collector of the Town of Winslow, Navajo ■ County, Arizona. F. M. Dunham, Town Marshall and ex-officio tax collector for the Town of Winslow. POSTAf TELEGRAPH-CABLE COMP AN Y. You use the telegraph for quick results. Therefore use the Postal. FASTEST SERVICE IN THE WORLD. Justine Johnson, Mgr. j Office in Hotel Woods. Cold Weather is | Calls for jj GOOD MEAT |.| four pocketbook calls for economy in price. | This is the place for both. CITY MEAT MARKET. CHILL NOVEMBER and with it THANKSGIVING DAY. No doubt the efficient house wife is planning on the festivities of the day.- If she isn’t well equipped with the proper cooking utensils, her part will be a task; we have the kitchen ware that makes cooking a pleasure. Roasting Pans enamaled and aluminum, a good assortment from which to choose. Stew Kettles CARVING SETS SILVER WARE Dishes. FIRST IN QUALITY AND ASSORT MENT. WE STRIVE TO PLEASE. BABBITT MERCHANTILE CO. Hardware Department. P GREAT LYM ATTRACTION. - Laurant - IN MAGIC EXTRAORDINARY. [ ELECTRIC Ml NOV. I7TH. I Mr. Laurant, the “man of many mysteries,” has been before the publie for fifteen years, * and has appeared in all the leading cities of ; America and Canada. Not only is Mr. Laurant a great magician, but he is gifted with a charming personality, is a natural born entertainer, and introduces | lightning character impersonations in as fin ished a manner as he executes his tricks in magic. Reserved Seats Now on Sale at Kelly Drug Store. Remenber the Date. | ELECTRIC THEATRE, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17TH.