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   Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - February 9, 1917, Winslow, Arizona                                WINSLOW is The Metropolis of Northern The Winslow fy Clean Newspaper For the VOL 27. NAVAJO FEBRUARYS 1917. NO. 2 New Ordinances When the city councill passed the resolution wiping out the ordinance was passed preventing women from renting rooms and plying their calling in other parts of the If some such ordinance is not passed by city council it would be better to reestablish the old From the testimony taken by County Attorney Larson last week in the tragedy that has brought the city into unenviable it was clearly that a number of women have been rooms of questionable There is no state law preventing the of houses of and if the city makes no provision to put them out of business we can expect to have them scattered all over the There is no use complaining officers not doing their duty if the city council does not pass laws under which the officers will have authority to Small Crop of So far under the administration of Gov. Campbell the crop of political plums has been Immediately after taking his seat the Governor announced that very few appointments would be made until after the contest over the seat had been finally But there were a few vacancies that had to be and one of these was the tax commissioner made vacant by the elevation of Gov. This place lias gone to Rudolph who has already qualified and has been accepted by the other members of the Another happy appointment that will meet universal approval is the selection of Doane Merrill as the citizen member of the board of Mr. Merrill is well qualified both by education and business experience to make a valuable member of this George who was the republican candidate for tax has been appointed state a position formerly held by Mr. the democratic Smalley is a reformed newspaper and an expert and for these dual reasons should make Local Society The regular meeting of the The Rebecca Sisters will hold Miss Ruby Cassin was hostess will be held at a bakery sale at Babbitt's at a very charming the high school next Tuesday Feb. 13th. Our people are just beginning to wake up to the fact that these meetings are both entertaining and and at the last three sessions standing room has been at a The meeting Tuesday promises to be as the Feb. 15th. ' jly arranged five hundred Mrs. after ah absence of decorations were in violet about a year at Long has even hand returned to Winslow to make her 1 Dr. J. W. Bazell of Holbrook was in Winslow Tuesday to attend the funeral services of painted place Small baskets containing mints were at the place of each guest and each were tied with pretty lavender tulle Large bouquets of violets were placed very Death of Harvey Additional The news of the death of Sheriff Newman was in the vey Powell was received last city Monday on a short business with sadness by the many riends who have known him so Mrs. J. S. Joslyn left Monday ong and He was for Los Angeles for a stay of ways a man of quiet pleasing ad- three whose mind was weli The normal has been ed greatest of Christian quarantined on account of an vey J. B. who has been about the beautiful Mrs. has enlisted visiting with his family here for rooms where the guests enjoyed J. H. the new pastor of the past six returned to cards until At the the Christian to Chicago close of the Miss address on Mrs. W. L. Morrison returned jorie Boles assisted the hostess from Albuquerque last Saturday in serving a delicious two course after staying a with her and no one ever appealed to him went empty handed When an old man dies who can say his was few days with the an and then the topic will be open to a general Another interesting subject will be the daughter Mrs. M. E. address by Prof. athletic on in the High being a reply to a recent address by Prof. Mrs. Waite has arranged a fine musical including a solo Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Roach were Wednesday evening at a very prettily appointed six clock Covers were laid i for Messrs and Mesdames 0. L. Mrs. E. B. Hebert and Mrs. Heuser left Wednesday morning for a two visit at Long Beach and San Mrs. Emma who has E. C. Everett Wal been a resident of Holbrook for A. S. and Misses by Miss and songs by some was in Winslow a few Stella Briggs and Marguerite a As one of the days this week visiting with her interesting features will be 4he daughter Mrs. H. B. refreshments served in the domestic science Want Some of Forest A petition is in circulation ad- The W. C. T. U. met last week Mr. Walter of with Mrs. Fred and a is visiting for a few very profitable meeting was en days in Winslow with Mr. John joyed by The next meeting He has been on a shorty iwill be Feb. 15th, at trip to California and is now p. at the home of Mrs. dress to the Arizona his way W. H. Oak and Apache in Congress asking them Mae Miss Mrs. W. B. Cole will be to take some action with the jorje John Drumm and the All are welcome to Interior Department in jot stiles leave this for these ing to setting back the east line Robinson's trading post to spend There will be a social meeting of the Coconino Forest the week end as the guest of of the associated charities at the According to the petition there Miss Edna Long. home of Mrs. Catherine are several hundred sections now Mrs. P. who Cottage 6 south next in the Reserve that has no value nas Deen visiting relatives in Tuesday afternoon Feb. 13th, at whatever as the timber preScott and Phoenix since 2:30 p. m. A silver offering will being only small cedars that will fore the returned home be All interested in the last and the work are cordially invited to be smiles for the first time since he heard the good news that Wilson was Last Friday morning a defec tive flue was the cause of a fire land in Arizona withdrawn from at the home of 0. L. and where there is a Owing to a misunderstanding of The constitution and by body of land that can be the gre signai the department laws of the club were read and bly utilized for and has was slow getting on the Mrs. E. C. Gilpin's name was and the house and contends were added to the roll of badly damaged by both fire and Mrs. Proctor read a most a legend enti Miss Anna H. tied Keeper of the ary to the Hopi Indians at The usual time was also given to will be in the city the American and Sunday at 8 o'clock never develope into any chan table but if I thrown open to settlement will I make homes for several hundred | people under the homestead act. There is altogether too much The Friday Club met last Friday with Mrs. Martin although several of the members were unable to be A very pleasant afternoon was The the this no real value as the should set it out throw it open to government has overdone forest reserve business in taking in large bodies of land that do not have five dollars worth of timber to the quarter at the Baptist hall she will but would be worth liver a stereopticon lecture on hundreds of dollars to the state the Hopi their customs if given over to actual and She is on a The Baptist church and the pastor will have an to all the friends of the Feb. 14, from 2 to 5 p. m. and from 8 to 10 p. m. land in question is similar raK tour to the and those at the new in soil and general conditions to wno have heard this lecture have other lands that yearly found it very produce big yields of potatoes and other farm One crop of potatoes on one acre of this land is worth more than all the timber and rental revenue could get in ten Evangelistic Walter evange and Prof. the will hold union evangelistic meetings under the auspices government of the Baptist and years on a and it is beginning tainly an injustice to tie up val Feb. 25th. Speaking of lands such as these in a Evangelist the Pico forest reserve for grazing Church poses only If tne government Bulletin will take her clutches off of Ari have we heard more eloquent and Supt. and Mrs. R. H. Tuttle left here Friday evening for an extended vacation trip to D. and and will be absent a month or six It is the first real vacation Mr. Tuttle has had for Mrs. C. issued in for next Thursday Misses Elsie Cassin and Ber nice Cunningham are planning a picnic about fifty guests being They wil leave in cars in the morning and spend the day at Clear epidemic of Mrs. E. N. Wenders has been confined to her bed for the past Mrs. W. H. Adkinson and family have gone to San Francisco for a short visit with Miss Elsie who has been visiting for some time at the home of Mrs. B. F. left a life free from and when a young man passes away who is there knows but if he had been spared the world would have been richer that he Many of our | Christian people could have ed from him of the beauties of Wednesday morning for open-handed charity that knew Calif. no cast nor If every The state grading outfit that beneficiary of his purse could has been working for some time have been permitted to drop a on the Clear Creek has rose at his bier the casket con- completed its work and moved to his mortal remains would have been buried in fragrant ex- The street paving spirit has whose sweet perfume would taken hold of and the be a benediction to his soul at property owners have signed up for thirty more blocks of paving Mr. Powell was a member of to be laid this the apd the funeral was Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday afternoon ly of Winslow but lately of the lodge the full have this city ritualistic ceremony of the order to make their Mr. Husted being used Rev. is inspector in this J. M. of St. The employes of are delivered the and beau- organizing a ball and music was rendered by will play a few games with the Messrs. Smith and high school and then issue a defi accompanied by Mrs. Brayman to the Babbitt stores at Flagstaff at the Mrs. Shipley on the and violin and Mrs. Welch on Frank of the The casket was was in the city last Sunday and ed with flowers and handsome visiting with his from friends and ner N. S. selecting a lot of Mr. Powell was born in June 10, 1883, and shortly afterward moved with his parents to New fancy names for the new crop of calves on the The brick masons are building the addition to the Penney and are trying to have where was educated in the schools it ready for 0CCupancy by the of His mother time McKellips died when he was six years the east wifch hig depriving him of that maternal affection which exerts such a strong power in the spring L. W. Quinlan returned from roent of With his brothers and sister he come to T 0 Winslow years and fte trad this city has been his home ever home with a crop of He leaves to mourn their - r c 4.u u- u 4-u on his face that would have been loss a his brother - n 11 j 4. a source of pride to a real Ozark Powell and a Mrs. Thomas Officers Make a Last Saturday afternoon Depu ty Sheriff Ed. Gardner swore out a search warrant in Judge Hammel is a sister of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hammel of are in the city a week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mrs. eral and he wants to get They will be chaperoned by far away that he can forget eral of the high school son's and with this authority went to the home of Peters where he made a haul of four or five gallons of whisky and two barrels of Mr. Gardner got his lead on this place by a report that an individual came in the evening previous and give the people a | chance to develope her resources it will make greater sermons throughout an entire series of Free from mature in clear and attractive in magnetic in appearance powerful in he preaches height and passenger agent for 1 the Santa was in the city for the time that there is such an institution as the Santa Mrs. F. E. Van of is spending the week with her Mrs. C. M. enroute to her home after spending the winter in Los Mrs. Van Black is associated Mrs. James Claffey will entertain the auction bridge club and a few other guests next Wednesday at a valentine a full salvation that lifts men out of self into M. E. Sunday school classes for the parent and opening service at 9:45 a. m. Morning sermon at 11 a. m. Profits and Bad Solo by Miss Marion Evening Man Who at In Police Gardner ed a machinist last Saturday by Railroad Mrs yan Black is associated the name of Zimmerman for assistant general with her husband in the This has been an paper business at Highland ordinary occurrence with suburb of and and when brought up sarily had to visit the Winslow before Judge Sampson be was Mail to learn how a first-class given his choice of thirty days in newspaper ought to be Jhe county an opportunity to permanently leave the Word has been received here He chose the latter and left A. L. who has day was Tuesday from Mr. and Mrs. Frank have moved to where Mr. Farnsworth has been Mr. and Mrs. Frank of have taken up their home in Mr. Wilson is an employe of the Santa H. C. superintendent of the Western passed 8 p. m. Special Thursday night meeting at 7:30 through Winslow Wednesday on p.m. Cure of the his way east from Los Angeles The Christian Circle win hold a bakery sale at Babbitt s Wednesday on his tour of beginning at ten been at the Santa Fe hospital at Los Angeles for nearly two is not improving as rapidly as his physicians had It was an operation for the transfusion of blood and Monday his wife and children went to Los Angeles to be at his His three sons will give of their blood in the operation upon their fath who will come up from Phoenix for few days while are t Mr. Charles Parks is also expected home Sunday for a short Flagstaff has at least got a start for a government Congressman Hayden has from Gallup with a mysterious in getting a item suit case and a The trunk to stick in the omnibus for was delivered to the Peters public for the the man with the suit case chase of a As the went to the same ment has just closed a contract No arrests have been make as to rent a new building for the butit is expected several will postoffice the next ten follow shortly as a result of the This is the third time our may have some idea within a year this house has when the government will get been raided as a their building and Mrs. Peters is now out prof. who has been on probation from a sentence ot - one year in the penitentiary year for the upon her by Judge Sapp Winslow high school foot ball in the superior Tuesday night Officer Gardner found John Wiliams drunk on the street and put him in the city When searched by the officer a pint of whisky was found on his and he will be arraigned Saturday morning before Judge on a charge of having liquor illegally in his possession contrary to the law recently He is out on bond pending his Mrs. J. H. White left last evening for her home in Kansas to visit her Mr. Seth Stiles and who have resided in Winslow for many left last evening for El where they will make their new home until Mr. Stiles decides on some new business Jot Stiles will spend a few days in Holbrook before following the family to El has attracted the attention of the sporting editor of Phoenix and in a recent issue of that paper he writes as it comes to selecting a coach to take the place of the retiring Francis it be stated that the principal at P. H. S. won't have to go outside the state to find a man well fitted for that A. S. Porter has made a wonderful showing by turning out such a good team in Winslow last  

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