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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1926
Opera House Program From Feb. 19th to Feb. 26th Inclusive FRIDAY All-Star Production “STEPPING OUT” Comedy—“ Eighteen Carats” SATURDAY Bebe Daniels in “The Manicure Girl” Famous Players Educational Comedy Viola Dana, Raymond Griffith and SUNDAY Theodore Roberts in “FORTY WINKS” A Paramount Picture Comedy—“ Kid Speed” Pa the News MONDAY and TUESDAY Hoot Gibson in “Taming The West” Universal 14th Chapter in “Day’s of ’4O” WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY ZANE GREY’S “Code of the West” Featuring Owen Moore, Constance Bennett, Mabel Ballin, Chas. Ogle and David Butler A Paramount Pisture Comedy—“ Pluck and Plotters” Prices 50c and 20c FRIDAY Marguerite Snow in “CHALK MARKS” Comedy—“ Scandal Hunters” West Coast Is Greatly Damaged By High Gale REDONDO BEACH—A 500-ton pleasure fishing barge, formerly a wind jammer, was torn from its moorings two miles off shore and swept onto the beach just south of the new municipal pier last week. A southeast gale, fishermen say, is lashing the ocean into the heaviest ft ells on record here. SAN FRANCISCO—Points along California coast from San Francisco to the Mexican border are reckon ing damage wrought last week by giant breakers that pounded the coast line before a driving gale. Taking a toll of two lives, dis rupting train and highway traffic and sweeping beach structures into the sea, the storm is the second to lash the California coast in the past two weeks. Oldtimers pro nounced it as the worst in seven vears. — ca* Vnnr Printing at. The Mail. Get Your Printing at The Mail. Interesting Millinery Modes O II of the New Season o Never before in the history of the Milliner’s Art have styles ♦ been allowed the latitude of the present season. No single style o dominates the Mode; the omnipresent Cloche and Turban must < \ share their popularity with the larger shapes. o As with the shape, so with color. Pastel shades of every i l tone have found favor. Every woman’s favorite color is “good” o this Spring, and quieter colors are as much in Vogue as the < ► brightest. The best of the new is represented here. We invite you to <1 inspect our display of the chic in Millinery now, while stocks <► are full. I Mrs. W. T. Butler ♦ Millinery fsfsfdfs With many a backache and blist ered hand from using tools to which they had been strangers for many years, ten, weary Legion aires went to bed happy, with a sense of duty well performed, last Sunday night. These ten, C. C. Moyer, Bill Brassil, Jack McQuil- j lan, Jack Lindsay, Bill Darling. | Dewey McCauley, George Creswell, Ray Grant, Bucky O’Neill and Nor man Bennett, spent part of the day leveling off the Legion plot in the cemetery, also cleaning off all weeds, and digging holes for eleven trees and for a flag pole. Legion emblems of bronze, six inches in diameter, were placed at the heads of the four graves of buddies that now lie in their last sleep. These emblems will serve to mark graves for all time. MANY EMPLOYEES AND PUPILS SEE 3840 ASSEMBLED By CHARLES ERICKSON Last Wednesday afternoon, thru the courtesy of the Santa Fe rail road, a free moving picture was shown at the Opera House portray ing the “Building of a Locomotive” by the Baldwin Locomotive Works. This picture, which followed the regular monthly fuel meeting, also held in the theatre building, be tween 2 and 4 o’clock, was “put on” for the benefit and information of all employes, but more especially the enginemen and shop workers. The apprentice boys were particu larly requested to attend, while an invitation was likewise extended to the school children who “turned out” splendidly. Roy Hunt, coast lines fuel sup ervisor and a Mr. Fred Hoyskins, were in charge of the “engine movie” which started at 4:14 p. m. A number of “slides” were flashed on the screen at first, which must I have been drawn by some weak backed fireman on the second dis trict, showing the “hogbeads” where to place the reverse lever so as to save “fuel.” In itself the three reel picture was very interesting for it not only showed each part of the giant en gine put together, piece by piece from the “base frame’ ’to the tun ing of the bell’ but also revealed the wonderful work of the big cranes and swiftness of the em ployes in the Baldwin shops. When the locomotive was finish ed, run over the scales and then “tested out” it bore the number “3840.” This iron horse is now running west with Winslow as its “home terminal.” Mr. Hunt and those responsible for affording the Winslowites this treat of seeing one of their “very own” engines assembled are ex tended a hearty “vote of thanks.’ ■ o The test of a man’s or woman’s breeding is how they behave in a quarrel. Anybody can behave well when things are going smoothly.— Bernard Shaw. Tuesday evening a party of four: Patterson, Moyer, Darling and Hip koe, planted the eleven locust trees which Earl Patterson brought from St. Johns on Sunday. Plans are being made to hold I formal dedication exercises on | Memorial day, dedicating the flag j pole. Again the Legion wishes to bring to the attention of all former ser j vice men who have let lapse their government insurance, that the last date on which they can reinstate this insurance, is July 2, of this year. Immediate action is neces sary to obtain the benefits of this insurance. Necessary papers and information can be obtained from Adjutant Kleindienst at the post office. CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE—Oliver Typewriter in first-class condition, $15.00. Apply Mail office. WANTED —To rent large front bed room with bath, sls. 604 Colorado avenue. Feb-19-25 FOR RENT —Two rooms 10x22 in front of Arcadia Dance Hall. Either of these rooms would be suitable for barber shop, Marcelling Parlors or Gift shop. See R. P. Kelly. Jan-12-ts FOR RENT—Three light house keeping rooms. No children. 405 Kinsley avenue. LOST —Brownish-grey Police Air dale pup, about 7 weeks old. Re ward. Mrs. Paul J. Curry, 218 W. Second street, Phone 150. Feb-19 LOST—Airdale dog about 5 months old. Finder return to F. F. Wil liams at J. C. Penney store, and re ceive reward. WANTED—Man with car to sell complete line quality Auto Tires and Tubes. Exclusive Territory. Experience not necessary. Salary $300.00 per month. MILESTONE RUBBER COMPANY East- Liverpool, Ohio. Let your watch troubles be ours. All our watch and clock repairing is guaranteed satisfactory. Wins low Jewelry Co., 110 Kinsley Ave. WANTED—House work by the month. Have a three year old child. References if required. Mrs. Blanche Austin, Holbrook, Arizona. Commercial Hotel. Feb-12-19 FOR SALE—Airdale pups out of Politician and Rovilla Queen, both registered; pups pedigree contains five champions; males sls, females $7.50; apply 215 East Maple. Feb-12 The song, “The Sweet Bye and Bye,” composed in the lantern light of a country store, brought a roy alty of $56,000, but not until 50 vears after its composer, Joseph P. Webster, of Elkhorn, Wisconsin, had written it. THE WINSLOW MAIL CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Services at the Episcopal Guild Hall Sunday at 11:00 a. m. Sun day school at 9:45 a. m. A cordial invitation to all. ST. JOSEPH’S CHURCH Rev. J. O. Barrette, Pastor On Sundays: First mass at 8:00 a. m. Instructions in English and Spanish. Second mass at 10:00 a. m. Instruction in Spanish and English. Evening devotion with benediction of the Blessed Sacra ment at 7:30 p. m. On week days: The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, every morning at 8:00 a. m. Every one always welcome. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday school at 9:45 followed by Communion at 11:00. Christ ian Endeavor at 6:45. FULL GOSPEL ASSEMBLY. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Ser vices at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Mid-week prayer meetings, Tues day and Friday evening at 7:30 p. m. METHODIST CHURCH Minister, William R. Hessell Sunday services: Sunday school 9:45 A. M. Morning worship 11 A. M. The sermon theme is: “The All-Inclusive Jesus”. This is the final sermon of the series, “The Characteristics of Jesus”. Senior League 6:30 P. M. Intermediate League 6:30 P. M. There will be a Union service | Ask Your Grocer for- I Fruit-Ola-Nut Bread o o o ♦ ♦ IDEAL BAKERY <► » ♦ (► i Are You ! Within the Law? ► I Employers MUST Insure ► ► Any employer who uses the services of three ► or more, not farm labor or domestic servants, ► is liable to the penalties of the new Compen ► sation Law, unless Insured according to that \ Law’s provisions. \ If you are not insured, we would be glad to \ have you call on us for advice. ! “ALL THE TIME IS INSURANCE TIME— BUT WHEN YOU BUY INSURANCE, : BUY THE BEST.” ► ► 1 I FIRST NATIONAL | INSURANCE AGENCY ! R. C. KAUFMAN, Manager ► £ Greatest | SIX | Value l Quality, plus value. In this great Six, Hup l mobile affords six-cylinder performance % comparable only with that of cars far above ♦ it in price. * ♦ ♦ The New | Hupmobile ‘6’ j Meteor City Service Station ♦ 211 West Second Street at the Junior League Monday at 4 P. M. Mid-week service Wednesday at 7:30 P. M. The religious Training School of Methods will be held at Phoenix February 21st to 26th. Several people are planning to attend this course. We will be glad to any others go who are interested in the program of Religious Edu cation. Intermediate Choir Saturday at 6:45 P. M. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. Herbert Hayden, D. D. Pastor Preaching 11 A. M. Topic, “The Holy Spirit, His place and leader ship in the Church”. 7:30 P. M. Union service in charge of the W. C. T. U. Medal Contest and Special Music. Silver offering for the W. C. T. U. Memorial. 6:30 P. M., Young People and Juniors All young people invited. Wednesday 2:30 P. M. Ladies’ Circle at the church. 7:30 Mid-week prayer and Bible study. The “Get-together dinner, post poned from last Sunday on account of prevalent sickness will be held after the morning service today. All friends are invited to chare this social hour. ST. PAUL’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev. E. L. Freeland, Vicar Sunday School 9:45 A. M. Rt. Rev. Walter Mitchell, D. D. will conduct 11 A. M. morning services Sunday, February 21st. A cordial invitation to all. There will be no evening service.” Aviation Field In Yuma Is Favored In House WASHINGTON—A bill to set aside lands near Yuma, Arizona, for a public aviation field was favor ably reported last Tuesday to the house by the public lands commit tee. First National Bank I I We Extend You a Cordial Invitation To visit our bank and inspect our SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULT AND EQUIPMENT. We take just pride in our facilities for the safe handling of your jewelry, bonds and valuable papers, and we urge you to visit us. ■P"^ME MB E 'V STE M .oadfl U. S. Depository for Postal Savings — Examined and chartered by Treasury Depart ment of the United States September 24,1924 OFFICERS: R. C. KAUFMAN, President GEO. HAMMOND, Vice-President G. T. STEVENS, Cashier DIRECTORS: R. C. KAUFMAN GEO. HAMMOND G. T. STEVENS L. O. HOHN E. H. FRENCH NEW BRANDS APPLIED FOR February 6, 1926 Brand. Earmark. Location of Brand. Name of Applicant. Postoffice. ~ ~I C left hip Mrs. Gold Tosth, | H left thigh Sanders, Arizona. H left jaw Gordon Weston, Mt. Trumbull, Arizona. C left hip T. B. Smith, —y H left thigh Pearce, Arizona. \\j /" C left shldr Henry McLendon, Ny* V_>NCy H left thigh Gieeson, Arizona. f\j —n C left ribs Noll E. Sullivan, H left thigh McNeal, Arizona. o /" ——'A C rigbt Shldr J. H. Lambert, T V*“yQ2y H right shldr Arlington, Arizona. _(J j £C left ribs Frank R. Rendon, ’ y to right hip Tucson, Arizona. February 13,1926 Brand Earmark Location of Brand Name of Applicant, Postoffice H right and Otho Cox, vJ C ri £ht hip A. H. Stout, Jr. right thigh Gila Bend, Arizona. _ . — E ri Sht hip E. A. Stout, H right thigh Gila Bend, Arizona. E rigbt lo * n W. E - Campbell, to left jaw Tollescn, Arizona. W. E. Campbell. W 3 |Q_yQy! H right thigh Tolleson, Arzona. T - | C left ribs Lem Scott, H left shldr Douglas, Arizona. L—H back of left hip W. D. Webb, V] V ' j under tail Seligman, Arizona. January 30,1926 Brand Earmark Location of Brand Name of Applicant, Postoffice _ C left ribs Bert Simmons, Be QSKJ) H left thigh Gilbert, Arizona. c left ribs Delbert Maness, W H left thigh Clifton, Arizona. 9 A c left ribs Alvin Sands, O/1/Uv—Avjy Bowie, Arizona. C right hip W. A. Moss, v /V_y Phoenix, Arizona. c left shldr Rex c - Ellsworth, , ■ ' _ vLAjy to ribsjo hip Safford, Arizona. : c left ribs Chas. E - Bruce ’ VJ V&yO* H left thigh Camp Verde, Arizona. .—/ J c left ribs Evan Ellsworth, r~ V]_yvj7 H left shldr Safford, Arizona. . —w'-'s. Fire and tar brand on Will Frakes, I I C_yy_J r shldr S and G Aguila, Arizona, Ewes and wethers Will Frakes, Aguila, Arizona. j Fire brand across f C ~) nose of sheep Claud W. Aiken, : > Fire brand across Chino Valley, Arizona, back on both hips PAGE NINE The measure, supported by Rep resentative Hayden, provides the exchange of public lands for the acquisition of the site, the city of Yuma to pay for clearing and main tenance of the field. The control of the field and sup ervision of construction would be contracted for by the secretary of war.