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   Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - December 9, 1911, Winslow, Arizona                                df Arizona County Official Paper THE MAIL OVER 5,000 READERS VOL 18. Single Copies 10 Cents NAVAJO DECEMBER 9, 1911 Single Copies 10 Cents NO. 33. IN MEMORY OF THE DEPARTED The Winslow Elks held their of at the Opera House last Sunday The members of the Elks met in their hall at 2 o'clock and marched in a oody to the Opera arriving there to find the main body of the hall filled with friends and relatives of the members as well as a large representation of town Seats for the members had been reserved close to the white the and all taking part inl ths were given on the The arrangements and decora which had been attended to by a committee composed of j. Downs and C. were in every On the rear of the stage a large American flag was over which was hung a star containing eleven small electric lights one of which went out following the calling of the deceased brother's The stage was artistically decorated with carnations and the floor being strewn with dead life and death being closely brought The memorial address was delivered by Mr. R. W. D. a Past Exalted Ruler of and was a masterly iu received favorable comment from all Father Connolly has assisted the local lodge at every memorial ceremony since its and the members would feel lost should he be Rev. J. Andrew pastor of the Methodist invoked the divine and Rev. Joseph of the Episcopal pronounced the F. K. who is a member of the Albuquerque lodge of two solos on the the first being M The Rosary and the other My to Both were beautifully rendered and elicited much favorable com Miss Jessica Reed sung a With and also sang a selection Clarence J. Spellmire and C. and Mr. Smith came later with a The musical portion of the program was a treat in each number being rendered with all the art and grace The committee feels quite flattered on the success of the Miss Margaret Day opened the program with the voluntary followed by the funeral march as the Elks were entering the and also accompanied Ellis with his Miss Nan Brown was pianist and played the accompaniment for musical numbers NEW PASSENGER SERVICE DEC. 12 Straight Line Across the is the title of a handsome eight page circular issued by the Frisco showing the daily new and superior service between Los Angeles and San Francisco on the west and St. Memphis and Birmingham on the inaugurated by the Santa Fe on Nov. 12th, in connection with the Frisco using the Santa Fe Lines via Clovis and Amarillo to thense Frisco Lines to the east and It is just such service which will best serve Arizona and New Mexico inhabitants on their trips east and will assist us largely in the movement to the states above and also thoroughly serve ihe t is a brand new Route to the East and Southeast over thoroughly ballasted line and will be appreciated by passengers who find the higher altitudes so The equipment in this service is modern in every Cars with big roomy perfect ventilation electric Standard Pullman sleeping cars with individual both and electric Tourist sleeping cars of pattern with electric lights and ail meals are served by Fred at means Tha line passes through some of the finest portions of Oklahoma and Missouri and is going to be ust what is needed to attract travel to New Mexico and John Donahne informs us that he will have his pioneer band wagon out on parade election next decorated with Democratic Dem candidates who have not made arrangements to have their names before the public in that respect may take notice and act County Assessor Wiliams was a visitor here this week with his many friends and Special to you are in need of a fall and winter suit let us take your measure and we will have the same made by a company with a reputation as house that knows how to make women's Babbitt Bros. Co. D R AKIN Shirt Waists and MRS. E. corner Third and Barry Follow the crowds to the City Meat where everything that is good is sold in the line of * E. Y. Malich Selling THE JUDGESHIP OF NAVAJO COUNTY COME AGAIN MR. CAMERON Tb Voters of Navajo at ie company today Ralph made he was pleased to ball of his appointment of a non-resident boy to last night at the third avenue The explanation one of those explanations subject matter truth of the matter is as is from the record I. Wilson of the eastern representative of dard Oil was a stockhol in the Iowa Development owners of some mining property in Mohave the holdings of an of dollars in that Mr. Wilson had a son whom be wanted appointed to Annapolis and the young man came to registered at the Congress Hotel in that city aud six after his arrival he was appointed a naval cadet by Ralph This was the first and only visit the young man ever made to and his father never was a resident in Arizona and his company thousands of unpaid debts in the Now will Mr. Cameron explain why he conld not find a boy in Arizona of sufficient intelligence to receive that appointment And under any appoint an Mark Smith served in congress sixteen years and he always managed to find a sufficient number of Arizona boys for like Col. Wilson served four years aud he like Mr. never felt called upon to go beyond the confines of Arizona for yet Ralph Cameron with bis ONE TERM in congress was COMPELLED to appoint the son of a Standard Oil magnate to fill a position that belonged under the law to an Arizona boy Mr. your explanations are futile us against and the above is true in every December Voters of Navajo laving been nominated by the party for Clerk of the of Navajo County ray it is my ire solicit the patronage support of my friends tor my election that my me Wm One of the most important one that requires a good sound knowledge ot the law at large and the Arizona law in is the new office of Judge of the Superior Court created under the new ruling and Tuesday elec tion day and you Mr. Voter are the one who will decide who is best fitted for this important office of the two who are aspiring for the Thorwald the democratic candidate tor this without the least doubt or hesi is the one man in Navajo best fitted for this and a tew words to explain why he is best fitted for this very im portant position can be Mr. Larson was born in the state of in the year 1871. He was educated at the Salt Lake seminary and the University of After leaving school and his studies he took a as railroad clerk between and when only 18 years of age taking all the chances and hardship that goes with railroad Later he entered the law ces of Lessenger & and study of law at the age of 21 In the business His modesty a certian extent conceals but the voters of Navajo county may feel assured tUat it Mr. Larson is elected that they will have a good an honest and Mr. you will mistake bv casting your vote for the democratic candidate for the office of Judge of the Superior Court of Navajo county at Tuesday's The best obtainable in underwear may be at Babbitt Bros. the Guaranteed lia every f T. E. Ervine of Phoenix was a business visitor in town We wish to announce to the ladies of Winslow that we are now the exclusive in for Order by the Victor Co. Babbitt Bros. Co. Take in the big dance the Opera House f. The Altar Society ladies of the Catholic church spent a afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. F. Golds being the final meeting of this Those present - and Miss A delicious the E. Y. Malich of the Golden Rule store has been making the final preparations this week for the closing out sale of his entire stock of ladies and gents furnishing goods and in fact his entire stoek is now turned over to the Clifford J. Halpern Sales who are under contract to sell the entire stock of goods within a few weeks of From present is that establishment will have the appearance of a genuine five and ten cent establishment tor the next few Order your Christmas Geese and Ducks now at Babbitt Bros. Co. * It is expected that the polls will be opened usual next Tuesday for the state election to give those railroad men a chance to vote who have their duties to attend to going out on the early passenger and freight Deputy County Recorder C. M. C. Houck was a business visitor here for a few days this A clean sweep made on all poultry on Thanksgiving dav Don't forget though that we will have a new supply of good things to eat for the Christmas The City Meat Mar t J. M. Patton purchased a large block of stock of the Gallup In Oil of Gallup N M this Mrs. Jos. F. Woods and son Joe of Holbrook were here Sun day attending the Memorial services ot the Elks at the Opera Father Connolly left this week for Williams where he will hold Sunday services at the Catholic Church in that For the best treatment lowest prices and finest assortments of Poultry and Vegetables call on Babbitt Bros. Meat Mr. and Mrs. L. Phillips left Tuesday tor the east where they will visit until after the holidays with relatives aud hate feel that my residence in Navajo County me sufficiently with all of that I may ask you to pardon me in and to permit me to make the I as most of you as Clerk of your District a number of I believe that I have performed the of that office acceptably and fairly of the of records of a County are and the faithful dis charge of are important to the in our growing they wiU become more more so each Our present Probate I under the States hood will be %s a separate and all Probate matters will then be adjudicated by the Judge of the Superior This will materially the duties of tht for which I am a While fully realizing the importance of the trust am seeking at your I the experience gained by my work as Clerk of the District has fitted me for the propter performance of the duties of the office to which I aspire And Voters of I re submit my case to You the and the sole judges in the I shall feel proud if you? render a favorable verdict at the Polls on December 12th. and that you may pronounce judgment to the effect that shall serve as the Clerk of your Superior Court of Navajo Coun 1 thank Sincerely yours W. B. If ever you try some of the sausage that is sold in our establishment you will never buy Try it and be The Meat town of Holbrook Mr. Larson has had numerous his reputation as a good lawyer being known far and On of his long residence in Navajo county be knows our people and knows them and considering the important position sue as Mr. Larson is aspiring for we take pleasure in a man who knows as they exist in Navajo county who knows its every that he may give just and fair decisions when the occasion demands it. Mr. is a recall man from start to finish and stands squarely on the principles of the Democratic His entire lite was spent in the sister states of Arizona and Mr. Larson was quartermaster agent of the Civil Service at Holbrook until but has resigned that position to devote all his time to the office of if He has been accused ot being a corporation far from it. It there is a man in county in the same line of business as Mr. Larson is engaged in who has less to do with corporations than we will have to be It has also been stated that he has not and was not going to resign bis position as We wish to say that a new man has been appointed in hid place in the person of Henry who will assume the duties in that capacity in a few He has been accused of being to attend the du ties as We wish to say that he has made the campaign all over the county on meeting nearly every voter in the and we think that a man who can that will drive away the least shadow of a doubt in to his physical He is one of ablest lawyers we have in Navajo county and a very man in all were laid for the coming Mr. aud Mrs. are visiting here with the Samuel and will remain daring the They Calif. F. T. LaPrade and son Arthur returned last Thursday morning from bv the La to Samuel Allen Georgia who visit here - Good Music at the dance Opera House f When you think of underwear remember The with the reputation giving entire v ince ve Babbitt Bros. r - Weather permitting Band will give their usual cert Sunday afternoon at 3 at the band If too cold a practice concert will be given in the Band Hall to pie are -j Hon. James F. of the Reform School ot Benson is at present with his i. Edward was visitor in town this week his ranch iu the Do YOU Know About OUR Prices 9 anxious to hav find vat about them They interest you when you're in printing  

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