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Metropolis of Northern Arizona, e— o VOL 25. Church Affairs. The Ladies’ Aid Society of the M. E. church will hold their an nual bazaar and supper in the old city meat market building' mi north Kinsley avenue, next Wed nesday and Thursday, Dec. Bth and 9th. The bazaar will offer many beautiful and dainty arti cles suitable for Christmas, and a parcel post sale will be an add ed feature. In addition to the regular 5 o’clock supper, the la dies will serve cake and coffee throughout the day. Mrs. John L. Sweeney enter tained the Altar Society Wed nesday evening at her comforta ble little home on the north side. It was the annual meeting of the society, and the annual election of officers for the ensuing year was the principal business before the meeting, resulting as fol lows: Mrs. Spellmire, president; Mrs. Drum, vice president; Mrs. Parks, Secretary; Mrs. Lane, treasurer; and Mrs. Quinlan, league promoter. A vote of thanks was tendered the retir ing officers for their untiring ef forts during the past year and the same was ordered spread upon the minutes of the meeting. The cut flowers and decorations used by Mrs. Sweeney were very beautiful, ar.d an elaborate three course hot luncheon was served the guests. About twenty-five members enjoyed the hospitality of the hostess. The ladies of St. Paul’s Epis copal church have organized a branch of the woman’s auxiliary to the board of foreign missions, and last Wednesday afternoon held their first monthly meetmg. The president, Mrs. McKellip, explained the work of the organ ization, and led the discussion of study work for the winter; Mrs. Robertson gave an excellent pa per on the meaning and proper observance of Advent; and Mrs. Chapman read a short sketch of work among the mountain whites of the south. After the pro gram the hostesses, Mrs. McKel lep and Mrs. Chapman, served tea and wafers. The organiza tion starts out with a strong membership, and all are enthus eil with the prospect of a win ter’s study of, and practical work for missions. Mrs. J. H. Gibson will entertain the auxilliary at their next regular meeting the first week in January, St. Martha’s Guild has ad journed until after the holidays, and will meet with the woman’s auxilliary at the home of Mrs. Gibson the first Wednssday in January. Tne members of the Christian church gave a surprise party on Fred S. Carter, pastor of the church, at the Christian church Friday evening. One hundred and twenty-five members attend ed. Delicious coffee and sand wiches were served. Mr. Carter was presented with a baptismal suit in a tew appropriate words by W. E. Beck. During the evening readings and music were rendered by several of the guests. * The Mathews orchestra furnished music during the even ing. At the Christian church. Dee. sth. Bible school at 10 a. m. Communion and sermon at 11 a. m. Subject, “The Church ard its Educational Task.’’ Evening s?rmon at Bp. m. Subject “The Bible, the Book of Books.’’. You are invited to worship with us. Fred S. Carter, minister. “Lake Elsinore honey” does no; sour. The Winslow Mail. Wanted Excitement. During the past two or three weeks numerous fire alarms have been turned in at the Santa Fe shops, and the boys would have a run with their carts, but never could locate any fire. At last it dawned on them that so many false alarms must have some con tributing cause, so a real Hawk sbaw, in the person of Special Officer Kinman, was detailed to locate the trouble. It was only a matter of a few hours and a little investigation before the of | fleer had a hunch, and he took into custody a Mexican boy nam ed Delphine Martinez as the of fender. He is not only charged with tampering with the alarm system, but also with damaging fire hydrants. Sheriff Newman came down from Holbrook Wed nesday, and took the lad back with him to lodge in the county jail until such time as Judge Sapp can give him a hearing. The shop boys got a lot of practice running with their fire carts, and from reliable source we under stand they used some profanity. Automobile Accident. Chafles Ross and Charles Man aers were painfully injured last Sunday evening, when the car in which they were riding skid ded off a small bridge near Joe City, and turned over. Manders escaped with slight bruises, but Ross had his nose and several ribs broken, beside internal in juries. Deputy Sheriff Harp went to the scene of the accident and brought Ross to his home here, where he has since been under the care of a physician. California honey. “Lake Ei sinore Aparies.” Good L. C. Smith typewriter, for sale cheap. Write Box 772. Nicely furnished room for rent. Call at 331 west Fourth street rc ph ne 153. Tony Sneedle, traveling man for Babbitt Bros., was in town this week. County Engineer Perkins has been in the city several days on official business. For Sale, cheap, one small house—2 Rooms—just north of rail road shop. Inquire of J. F. Mahoney’ Salesman to handle our line on commission; bond required; wagon furnished; write Grand Union Tea Co., Denver, Colo. Mrs. I. Wiliys and Mr. Augus tus’Miller were guests at a six o’clock dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Good. Mr. L. W. Quinlan, manager of Babbitts Emporium in our city, spent Monday and Tuesday in Flagstaff of business. Flagstaff Normal played their last foot ball game of this season in Prescott on Thanksgiving day, and were defeated bv a score of 13 to 12. Out of their five games they lost three. The sign across the street from Daggs store to the Downs build ing announces the arrival in the city of tho Williams basket ball team, ana they will play with the Winslow high at the old Op era House to-night. The “Dawn of To-morrow,” shown at the Electric Theatre Wednesday and Thursday even ings, delighted the splendid au diences that gathered to see the icharming Mary Pickford. Im mediately the picture was thrown on the screen you were prepared to watch her through the even ing, her splendid portraying of the little waif, how she defended her womanhood, and brought health to ore who had never known it, held you enthralled. WINSLOW, NAVAJO COUNTY. ARIZONA, DECEMBER 3, 1915. Local Happenings. Mrs. Charles Christman, of Gallup, is the guest for a few i weeks of her son and daughter, | Mr. and Mrs. C. Christman of the city. , Father Matz, of St. Michaels, I came to Winslow, Tuesday on business, and expects to remain over Sunday, officiating at mass | in St Joseph’s church. Mrs. Padgett and Mrs. Anna I Lykins returned to Winslow last Wednesaay morning from an ex tended trip of two months to various points in Missouri and Ok lahoma. Mr. Fred S. Carter has receiv ed intelligence from the old home in Kentucky, that his father is lying dangerously ill. Another telegram received this morning gave no hope of recovery, and Mr. Carter will leave in the morning to be at the bedside. Mrs. L. Spickard left Saturday for the expositions in California and to visit friends in Los Ange les for a fortnight; after which she will see the Grand Canyon and return to Winslow to be the house guest of her sister, Mrs. Powell, until Christmas. Miss Mary White, who hks been visiting in the city for a couple of months with her broth er, J. M. White, rector of the Episcopal church, left last week for her home in Virginia. The ladies of the church had hoped Winslow would appeal so strong ly to her that she would decide tc remain here permanently. Sheriff Newman was in town last week serving summons on some of our citizens for jury duty at the term of the superior court, which meets next Monday. He had eighteen names in his big book, but he only succeeding in landing twelve of them as fol lows: John P. Tully, J. M. Hickey, Joe R. Hunter, John McGrath, A. B. Doyle, A. L. Doolittle, John R. Phillips, H. F. Sutherland, E. H. Bargeman, F. J. Hink, A. L. Good and F. M.s P* n grey. Our opinion of Larry Quinlan, manager of Babbitts, is that he is a live booster, but every time we walk over the bum sidewalk in front of the store, we have to pinch ourself to keep our mind from framing a picture of Larry as a long-whiskered cross-road merchant from the Ozarks. If he don’t fix it we intend to file a complaint with Street Commis sioner Sheflin. Ladies pushing baby buggies have to shift inflow gear so they can dodge the holes and not bounce baby out of his seat. The Ladies of the M iccabees gave a social at their lodge room Wednesday evening, the first of a series of such affairs that will be held during the winter. The company numbered o r er a hun dred, and from 8 to 11 p. m. there was something doing every minute. Mrs. Way presided dur ing the set program, which con sisted of a solo by Miss Alta Drumm, reading by Mrs. Rock, recitation by Mr. Sparks, and a character sketch by Mrs. John son, and all were encored and responded. Then a series of in door sports were inaugurated by ! the committee in charge, to try the nerve and vex the spirit of mankind generally. Mrs. Blake bossed this end of the game. But the reward came to those who toiled, when the banquet room was opened and the multi tude ate like harvest hands, a very touching tribute to the cul inary talent of the Ladies of the Macjabees. Society’s Doings. Notable among the charming affairs of the week was the beau tiful wedding at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Walcott, when Norma Gene Slater, of Kansas City, was united in marriage to their nephew, Dr. Eustace C. Gilpin of this city. The bride was adorned in a beautiful crea tion of white satin, and was at tended by Mrs. E. Walcott. Everett Walcott, cousin of the groom, was best man. The cer emony was performed by the Rev. Cole of the Methodist Epis copal church. The home was tastefully decorated with ferns and cut flowers. Dr. Gilpin, has spent his summer vacations in Winslow for several years, and only recently bought out a practice and is one of the most promising young dentist? in northern Arizona. Miss Slater comes to our community a stran ger, but her charming disposi tion and personality have already endeared her to the hearts of those who knows her. The Mail joins with their many friends in wishing them happiness and prosperity. Mrs. C. J. Spellmire had as her dinner guest? Monday Miss Elizabeth Perkins, Mrs. James Bain and Miss Julia Mahoney, complimentary to Miss Ferkins, who is visiting in Winslow for a few weeks. She is on her way to her home in California alter a pleasant sojourn in Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolpfi Clinton Kaufman had as their dinner guests on Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Rnoies; on the Sun day following Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powell, and on Wednes day of this week Dr. and Mrs. Ross G. Bazelle. This is the first of the social gayeties which Mr. and Mrs. Kaufman will start in their beautiful new home on north Kinsley avenue. Miss Mae Proctor was a charm - ing hostess Friday afternoon at her home on north Warren avenue, complimentary to the fair Flagstaff visitors who were spending the Thanksgiving vaca tion in Winslow. Cards and dancirg featured the afternoon. Miss Proctor served delicious refreshments. Miss Leora Daze captured first prize, a beautiful painting by the hostess. Co-a Creswell, Winifred Waite, Leora Daze, Ruth Jessop Ella Dadey, Marguerite Drum, Louise Dadey, Ellen Ward, Agnes Ward, Iva Cassin, Ruby Cassin and Teresa Monroe were guests. Dr. and Mrs. Ross G. Bazelle, in honor of the doctor’s birthday, gave a beautiful appointed din ner at their home Tuesday even ing. Mrs. Bazelle used as a cen ter-piece a beautiful arranged bouquet of violets. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powell, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Kauf man, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Rholes, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Cornelius and Mr. H. G. McCaulev. Mrs. L. M. Morrison gave a nicely appointed dinner Tuesday evening complimentary to the new Mrs. Gilpin. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Gilpin, Dr. E. C. Gilpin and wife Mr. and Mrs. R. Walcott, and j son William, and Mr. and Mrs. ! E. Walcott. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Walcott gave a charmingly appointed din ner Sunday evening, covers being laid for seventeen. The center piece was a creation of Cecil Brunner rosebuds, and guests outside the Walcott family were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Parr, and | Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Morrison. i Our Railroad Boys. Conductor H. A. Coble left Wednesday morning for the San ta Fe hospital at Los Angeles. Brakemen E. F. Orr, 0. E. Arthur and Conductor Johnson are laying off this week on busi ness. Mrs. D. L. Moore spent last week in Albuquerque with Mr. Moore, who has been transfered to the Berlin-Gallup run. Brakeman Lannon is spending his two weeks’ vacation in San ' Francisco, so also is J. C. Mack | ey of the Williams swing. I Among the dinner parties giv en at the Harvey House Thanks giving evening was one for the boys of the superintendent s of fice. A good time and an excel lent dinner was enjoyed. Harry Buxton, connected with the Santa Fe shops in Winslow, left Tuesday afternoon for Chi cago, where he will spend his vacation. A. J. Sullivan, night ticket agent for Santa Fe here, spent Sunday in Holbrook with friends. i City Council Meeting. The city dads, with the mayor presiding, met in regular ses sion last evening, and in addi tion to the usual routine business, acted favorably on two important matters affecting the city im provement. The aplication for a gas fran chise by B. A. Hayden, of Los Angeles, was acted upon favora bly, *and provision made for the submitting of the proposition to the voters. The cash for defray ing the expense of the election has already been deposited with the city, and the election will probably be called for early in January. The railroad boys and J. E. Klei ndanst are interesting themselves in opening Second street west to a point connecting with the Old Trails highway, and they asked permission of the city council to do the work, without expense to the city, which was granted. The city also passed an order that all men working on the street will be given credit on their street tax for the next year. The opening of this street will be a material improve merit to the town, and now if the city dads will improve Third sti eet east from Kinsley avenue to the east line of the city and south across the Santa Fe tracks to connect with the county road, another good deed will be record ed for the council. “Lake Elsinore honey” always pure. Wanted by experienced lady, sewing of any kind by the day. Mrs. Bisbee, 224 Hicks St. Lost, one Goodyear tire size 32x31-2, jwith Detroit rim. Find er please return to Old Trails Garage. Miss Frances Parks, who has been spending the week in Albu querque with friends, is expected 1 home to-day (Friday.) Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Chever ton, Mrs. A. H. Hansen and 0. B. Sutton motored to Snowflake and Holbrook Tuesday. E. Lower, formerly of the su perintendent’s force, who has been in Los Angeles for the past two months, returned Wednes- < day evening. Place your orders promptly for i pure distilled water with he Na- I vajo Ice & Cold Storage Co. In one and five gallon containers, i Get our phone number —168—and < get busy. Prompt delivery. ] 6 6 Clean Local Newspaper For the Home. O G Additional Locals. Superior Judge Sapp and C. H. Jordan were in Winslow several days this week, At the conclusion of the show Saturday evening a dance will be held. Good music provided. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Farns worth, are the happy parents of an eight pound boy, born last Sunday. Frank Wallace, prominent cat tle man from Holbrook, spent Monday and Tuesday in Wins low on business. Dick Dillon, the popular young man of the Superintendent’s of fice, is spending his vacation in San rrancisco and Los Angeles with hjs people. M. W. Dadey, proprietor of the Old Trails Garage, left Mon day for Los Angeles where he will spend a week or ten days cn business. Mr. Henry. Kuning, president of the Navajo-Apache bank, left Saturday morning for his home in Santa Barbara, Calif., where he expects to remain until after the holidays. The many friends of Grover C. Bazelle will be pleased to learn that he successfully passed the Arizona bar examination, and is now located in the Goodrich Building, Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Bnzellc, were hostess at dinner on Fri day to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powell, Mr. and Mrs. j. E. Kleindenst, and Mrs. L. J. Spickard, after a motor trip to the Painted Desert and Indian Trading Post. Between thirty and forty In dian boys and girls from the Na vajo reservation left Friday for the Indian school at Phoenix. This is the second delegation of Indian children who have left for the southern school this year 1o learn the ways of the white mar. The Royal Arch masons held a communication in Masonic hall, last night, to confer the degrees on a class of candidates, includ ing one from Flagstaff. Several members of the order from Flag staff were present to assist in conferring the degrees. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Gilpin, of Kansas City, Mrs. Samuel Livingston and two daughters of Albuquerque, Mr. J. A. Roush, of Albuquerque, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Roush of Amarillo, Texas, have been the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Walcott for the past week. Mr. Gregory Durand returned Tuesday morning from Los An geles. where he had accompanied Mrs. Durand and son Gus, so he could place the latter under the care of a specialist. He says he has them comfortable located, and had the encouraging report from the physician that he would soon have the boy on his feet again. He will have to remain in California for the winter, how ever. to escape the rigors of our climate. £. F. Shindle, manager of the electric company, returned Thurs day morning from a two weeks’ vacation spent at the San Fran cisco fair, and expressed himself as having thoroughly enjoyed the outing. One of the things that impressed him most was the fact that the electric lights in that city burn day and night, but so far he has not been able to ar range with Winslow to burn the lights even all night. He likes Winslow nevertheless. [Note by the editor —How does Mr. Sbin dle know that the lights burn all night in San Francisco.] NO. 44.