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Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - August 11, 1916, Winslow, Arizona WINSLOW is The Metropolis of Northern The Clean Local Newspaper For the VOL 26. The A Winslow is having her inning this week in the way of a season of and 536 B. P. 0. E. is winning financial laurels as a successful manager of a The feature of their success lies in the fact that are putting on every number of the advertised and adding others that were not A light which looked ominous for a only added to pleasure of the as it settled the dust and cooled the The real opening of the carnival was Monday 1000'paid admission were recorded at the Every attraction was installed and a complete from the four handsome diving girls to the Camp of was offered the The opening day for the field sports was Wednesday which started with a band followed byH the automobile parade to the race The first prize for the best decorated automobile was awarded to the Ladies of the which was a beautiful creation in The car was driven by Mrs. with four other ladies as her gowned elaborately in which made a beautiful setting to the The second prize awarded to the W. U. which was prettily but not so elaborate as the At the race track every number of the afternoon's performance was presented except the ball game between Winslow and which was cancelled because of the failure of the Flagstaff team to put in an The roping contest and the broncho busting were the real attractive as several of the contestants were professionals from where they had just closed a week's This feature will be a part of the program every afternoon for the balance of the Yesterday was the first day of the ' automobile and so many cars have entered that it will be necessary to put on part every afternoon to give all contestants a chance for the big Yesterday was republican and the special feature of the afternoon was an address by Hon. J. H. himself an but at the present time a candidate for United States At this with only two more days of the carnival yet to not an accident nor an unpleasant scene has occurred to mar the pleasure of the The town is full of strangers from all the surrounding and the local people are always out in the carnival spirit is but the merry jostling of the crowed is done with a Chesterfieldian air that only adds zest to the At the camp of with millions of dollars of Elk money in it is hard work for a man to get near enough to get into one of the games owing to the crowd of that gives the occasion the appearance of a bargain At one time the committee in charge of the games had about decided to remove Pete as an because he let a bunch of ladies get away with 75c of Elk money to the He promised not to let it occur and he is still in but is being closely This afternoon and to-morrow will be the big closing Today is democracy's NAVAJO AUGUST 1916. and the speakers are Governor Hunt and Mr. who wants to be The town is full of Saturday afternoon will be the finals in the roping contest and broneho which will draw out the big crowd of the The big show closes with the confetti battle at the carnival grounds that We want to make special mention of the musical comedy company that has been giving performances every evening in the opera They are a lively company of entertainers who enter the real spirit of the occasion and are giving their audiences clean sparkling Then there are the four diving modest and quiet in who put on two exhibitions every working faithfully and hard to entertain the crowds that nightly Strike Goes to The threatened strike of the railroad employes has passed the critical stage for a time at when the representatives of the four brotherhoods in session at New York Wednesday agreed to cause of grievances to the United States Board of and hearings on the respective sides will begin at This news of an amicable arrangement to settle a dispute that threatened the whole country will be joyfully received by the as well as by all the contending and there is every reason to believe a fair and equitable decision will be reached by the arbitrators acceptable to both The spirit of unrest that has been prevailing for several weeks among the employes will now and they will take a brighter view of Oriental Dances County Attorney Jordan visited the carnival grounds Wednesday gave the oriental the or twice and then notified the management that the show would have to close down as in his as an expert in such the dancing movements violated certain statutes made and provided by the state to maintain a high standard of We think Mr. Jordan is mistaken in his These dancers were imported direct from the harum of the Sultan of one of the highly moral rulers of the The trouble with Mr. Jordan his lack of education along the of the poetry of one of the modern day The editor's is not as good as it was thirty years but his eye for beauty and poetry of motion is just as keen as so in order to get a good view of the dancing girls he got front seat alongside of some other good and he is prepared to say the girls all had on more clothes than Mother Eve even after the styles changed in the Garden of and fig leaves were added to her And as to the of motion the girls as if they had a flea on their back out of and at the same time were suffering from an acute case of cholera Who wouldn't wiggle under like The action of the county attorney has destroyed all the pleasure of the week for the and driven him to drinking lemonade and gambling at the camp of Thus has he fallen from Baptist There will be preaching in the Baptist Hall next Sunday morning and The members are urged to be present for a business conference after the morning Local Mrs. W. R. Morgan and daughter left Friday for Los to visit her $ i Miss Van of was visiting with friends in the city a few days this Mrs. G. E. Cornelius and returned to Winslow after an absence of two months in the east. Mrs. W. J. Crozer arrived homd Wednesday from where she has been for a month recovering from an Nick the king from friend of Billy was taking in the scenery of this section of a few days this Miss Marguerite Drumm arrived in the city Tuesday evening from Holbrook and will spend a few visiting with her sister and brother of this ri Mr. and Mrs. Bert See Tuesday from an extended visit at Long where they went on account of Mr. See's health which is much Mrs. left last week for an extended trip to eastern with her old borne in Ohio as the final objective She expects to begone until Mrs. Crozier returned Tuesday from where she went some few weeks ago to undergo an operation in the hospital in that city and is much Mrs. V. C. accompanied by her two daughters May and returned Sunt day from San Miss May has been on an extended visit through Oregon and State Land Commissioner was in the city Wednesday having just as good a time at the celebration as any of the other Boys will be boys at times without any regard to their Mr. and Mrs. P. J. of were in the city the Elks Mr. Miller is a candidate for corporation commissioner before the democratic and he was mixing up a little politics with his Dr. F. T. father of our Dr. has arrived in the city to make his home and will associate himself with his son in the practice of Mrs. Gaines will arrive shortly and join the family Prof. C. C. accompanied by the bride he acquired during his summer returned to Winslow Friday afternoon ready to take up his duties as principal of the high Temporarily Mr. and Mrs. Grover will occupy the residence of Rev. Mr. White during his absence on the We have a letter from Alfred Kleindienst ordering the Mail to his address at where he is temporarily filling the position of chief clerk in the office of the Santa Fe He says he likes his but he has a longing for and he will be glad when they tell him he can return to his old position J. H. of arrived in the city to renew his acquaintance with the of northern and apprise them of the fact that he was a candidate for U. S. senator against When Mr. Kibbey was Governor he sent Judge Mahoney to the Reform School for several but it did not seem to make much of an improvement in the Society Mrs. Rickle gave a very delightful affair Saturday in honor of her Mrs. Pool who is leaving about the middle of the month for her home in Flagstaff after a two visit with her daughter The afternoon was spent socially and in fancy after which a dainty luncheon was served to the assembled A delightful affair was the bridge whist party the home of Mrs. Claffey Tuesday afternoon complimentary to Mrs. Schluetter and Mrs. Wilson who leave the last of the week for their summer A dainty was served to Mesdames and The many friends of Harold an old resident of will be surprised to learn he was married in Los Angeles last Saturday to a popular young lady of that Harold has a host of friends who wish him all the happiness Horses Killed By During the electric storm last Friday evening lightning struck and killed a team of horses belonging to Santiago who lives on the south Mr. Cooper is a man of very little and this loss falls on him as he depended on his horses for a livelihood wood and doing other jobs of teaming around Here is a it tq a subscription should be raised among our good citizens to assist Mr. Cooper in replacing the team Satisfying The most chronic grumbler was certainly more than satisfied with the 6fferings of Jupiter Pluvius last Friday when in less than a hour the streets were running with The rain was accompanied by a violent electric storm very to the timid and It was a magnificent and though long delayed is much appreciated by the as every water hole and tank in this section will be filled to has been overlooking this and some of the skeptics were beginning to think he had lost our but we are now that all is well How the Mighty are One of our local merchants wanted a picture of one W. J. Bryan a few days ago to put in his display window where he was showing a line of grape not one could he find in and the display had to stand on its own Has the once idol of democracy crumbled to clay so Methodist Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Morning sermon at 11 subject Uninvested A study in A solo by Mrs. Fred Evening sermon Tragedy of the A lesson in cause and Everybody Dr. A. W. state superintendent of the Methodist will hold the fourth quarterly conference here Aug. 16th. J. W. Marley arrived in the city Friday to spend a few days with relatives and Mrs. Herbert Hutches of arrived in the city the first of the week to make a two visit with her mother Mrs. McNair of this From Far-off From the Fairbanks Daily Times we take the following concerning a former who left here last fall to make a trip to which will be interesting to her many L. von dentist from reached Fairbanks on the stage from the coast Dr. von Zasch required four weeks to make the trip across the She reached where she went to visit her on Christmas Hardly had she arrived at the coast town when Dr. the well-known Cordova was called Outside and von Zasch took his which she managed until his She also made trips to and other places on the where engaged in dental and incidentally saw the Dr. von Zasch is an enthusiastic Although she choose about the worse time of the year to travel on the she states that she enjoyed her trip Wherever her work demanded Dr. von Zasch spent several her last stop before reaching Fairbanks being at where she tarried three AH along the route her work and storms managed to make her progress but as she j ed every minutes of the trip amply repaid for her experience on the She has words of praise for the drivers of the stages on which she Although the trail is in awful she suffered no thanks to the courteous and kindly treatment forded her by the stage whom she declares are the finest men in the On the boat Saturday Dr. von Zasch will be a passenger for the lower She is going to Hot Springs and from there to where she will engage in As long as business warrants the dentist will stay but if it gets she will return to although she has not decided whether or not to locate Dr. von Zasch is very much interested in She said last evening that she honestly expected to pick up gold in the In coming along the trail she saw some mica in a ditch alongside of the She kept her secret for a but she decided to So she asked Con the what that On being informed that it mica and was not worth looking at she insisted the passengers get out and prove to her that it was not she continued her journey in This is Dr. von first visit to Her many friends will wonder that she has not frozen to but she states that she actually felt the cold more in Winslow she has in Manual Training Prof. A. D. of the Woodruff on exhibition at the store of the Kelly Drug Co. display of the kind of manual training work he is teaching to the young people in his All the articles are made from native and they are the handiwork of Prof. The articles exhibited are offered for arid people desiring little artistic pieces for souvenirs or presents will find here just what they NO. 28. Additional Dave Feig returned Saturday from a month's trip to New York and Mrs. Ramage and daughter Helen left to-day for a short visit to Mrs. P. Von Achen children returned Wednesday from their trip to the Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Jones left Monday for where they expect to make their future Mr. A. L. Thurston who has been visiting in the city the past week left Saturday for Miss Dee Moss and Pauline Woods spent Saturday and Sunday in the city returning tp Holbrook Mrs. H. Leeney returned Monday from San where * she has been visiting relatives the past v John an old resident of but now located at is in town this week assisting in the Mrs. accompanied by her two came down from Wednesday to spend a few with R. M. who has been in the Santa Fe hospital at Los Angeles for nearly a returned to the city last Sunday and resumed work in the The Holbrook News Ella Dadey of this city is assisting in the Stockgrowers bank of Holbrook during the absence of Miss Ruth who is spending her vacation at Long Calif. E. Parks arrived last Sunday from his home in Chicago to visit his parents a few On his return he will be accompanied by his wife and who have been spending the summer The Arizona Leader says three young ladies of Phoenix are walking to California and were expected to arrive in Flagstaff within a few These girls had better carry a compass with them or they are liable to land in Government officials are claiming that owing feo increased production of oil gasoline will mence to decline in These officials evidently believe it is the supply and demand that regulates instead of the oil The price will drop when the combine agree to drop and not The carnival week now on is giving pur people an excellent chance to get acquainted with the different who are aspiring for the several state Winslow welcomes them all without regard to and trusts they will feel at home and enjoy the time they are with The United States Forest Service have a crew ot men in the Long Valley who are starting the preliminary work on the eight mile strip of road through the forest It is the intention to have this work completed by the middle of which will give Winslow an automobile connection with and open a new field for our The dead bodies of two Mexican sheep herders were discovered in the Dry Lake country early last week by Mr. Frank who had the men employed in charge of a flock The men had been killed by lightning several days previous in their tent where they had sought shelter from the and the sheep had off to a water which started the
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