Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - September 3, 1915, Winslow, Arizona - J WINSLOW is The Metropolis of Northern Clean Local Newspaper For the VOL 25. NAVAJO SEPTEMBER 3, 1915. NEED OF THE CITY Local Enoch Selberg and J. C. Amen made a trip to The citizens of Winslow have always a commendable spirit iii providing for the needs of the schools in this and have always been on the lookout for the best that can be given the boys and girls of the community in the line of For a year and a half past the Associations of this city have felt the need of an adequate meeting place for the various school as well as the means of pursuing the physical that is now recognized to be the right of every American boy and At several of the association meetings last year steps were taken to provide for the schools in this lack of initiative nothing was done until this when in response to the requests of the Associations the local Board have referred the matter to the properly qualified electors of this school district for final remedy on Sept. 25thr. THe need of a gymnasium for the boys and girls of Winslow is so self-evident that no argument can be made against the proposition from the of At the present time as soon as school is out most of our boys and girls seek the streets as the only play Only such as are fortunate enough to belong to the band or teams have any provision made for It is to remedy this that an is asked of the taxpayers of this school In the proposed provision will be made for shower swimming rest f print full size stage with as well as the room or That the above building is for the bigh school alone is Provision would be made for the building by every school child tn the not only but also for their for all public of the three The cost of such a building is the veriest trifle in comparison with assessed value of this school At present the total value of Dist. No. 1 is over and increasing The proposed building would cost from 2 to 3 cents on the hundred dollars If a man was assessed for it would cost him from 40 cents to 60 cents a Truly but a trifle in comr with the need of physical of the 750 boys and girls in the schools of to give to all the true physical training in this day and age it drily necessary to state that the last report of the uf Education showed that there were 3^mdjaiJHitoriuiiis in S. In our near Flagstaff City and Thoenix Tucson etc. all have provided for this plase of the education of their Most of them in a much more lavish manner than the children of Winslow are asking you to do for Winslow should be in the van and not in the rear in all things We ask you to discuss this matter with your friends and all voters in all its sides and Each week the Mail will give further data on the proposed Miss and Shipley spent last Saturday and Sunday at Lake Evangelistic Rev. G. LeRoy a former acquaintance of Rev. Mr. the Methodist and an enthusiastic young being available for a time in will meetings at Methodist church next C. Clark has returned from He been called the Commercial Club It is time now for the Commercial dub bestir once and to this end a meeting will be held in the city Wednesday 8th, at 8. p. at which time we hope to see the full membership as there are matters of importance to be J. F. Pres. E. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. of were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Seegar last Conductor Carl Reed has returned from a three vacation with his mother and sister at Long. Mrs. of spent Wednesday with Dr. Leona Von M. returning Thursday to her Cato Commissioner of Indian Affairs from D. C spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Winslow on returning Wednesday evening for the The picnic given by the Catholic will be held Saturday at the ranch of Chas three miles north of Hay racks will leave the Catholic church at nine o'clock Saturday and every one is The Ladies of the Altar society will serve coffee on the picnic Those who cannot arrange to leave at that hour can leave every half hour as Ford cars have been arranged to accomodate parties free of Weary of Last Saturday morning a boy brought the report to town that a man had in the grove on the Taylor about two miles east of Marshal Dunham notified the and immediately repaired to the where he discovered a a stranger in the hanging to a tamarack He had used a piece of bailing wire as the means of hastening his exit from the He well dressed in a dark evidently a soft hat and tan There was nothing found to indicate why he had committed the but in his pocket written on an envelope was the name John J. There was also found in his pockets and a railroad ticket to Penn. where it was later found his brother Deceased was a member of the pattern makers and had recently been employed at as letters were found from the local body at that place notifying him that they would pay him his sick benefits as soon as they received word where to send Special Officer Gardner identified the man as the same with whom he hadl talked Thursday who acted queerly and talked a rambling manner about stualing jewels in San a id threatened to kill It is the accepted theory the man was and that the high altitude affected his His body is being held by Undertaker Parr awaiting word from his brother for final id In the meetings he will be assisted by E. Martindale as musical These are both young of- enthusiasm of and will bring fresh messages in song They invite cordial and full co-operation of all the and their a month's vacation in Sin and San Mrs. Thomas and daughter spent last week visiting with friends in N. M. Mrs. P. A. Ward and children will arrive in Winslow Sunday morning from Los and will make their home in Winslow in the Mrs. A. L. Dunklin and daughter Ruth returned from a six week's visit in San and San There are ten different kinds of Jevne and there is. one kind especially to suit your Let tell you about it. M. L. Vaughn and A. Y. Moore who have been in the returned home having had a splendid formerly of and now proprietor Trading Store at spent several days of this week in Miss Bertha Whillock and Miss Ula teachers the grammar returned from their summer vacations Monday Miss Halstrom of are spending a few days with Mrs. E. B. Miss Lucille is a sister of Mr. Gov. of spent a few hours in Tuesday morning on his way to the after attending the Governor's convention in Mrs. H. H. daughters arrived in Winslow the first of the and make their future home Mrs. having purchased a house on Elm We are in receipt of the message proclaiming Sept. 6th. Laber as a legal but it arrived to late to be published in hence this brief Mr. James Claffey has purchased a residence on north Kinsley recently and new and modern in every Mr. and Mrs. Claffey expect to be settled in a few Miss eighth grade teacher in the Winslow grammar returned from her home in the east Sunday The remaining teachers are expected back early this as school will start Sept. 6th. Mr. J. C. accompanied by his wife and passed through Winslow Tuesday on their way coast from their home in New York Mr. Penney is proprietor of the line of Penney stores which run through the We are in receipt of the 23rd annual of the Snowflake Stake which is one of the prospering Mormon school of The officers of this institution are certainly entitled to considerable and was on his way to the for zeal and enthusiasm in j At Dr where the building up such a preparatory | man was taken for medical surrounding it was learned his selves with so strong a corps of name was Francisco The Mail certainly 1 nine years old and and wishes them continued i resided at El Judge Sapp and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross and family at dinner Monday Miss Lucille of is spending a few days in the city as the guest of Miss Eleanor Mr. and Mrs. accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Burl Sunday on motoring trip to the Meteor Mrs. B. Williams and children returned Monday evening from where they have been spending the Miss Lillian Tully returned Monday evening from where she has been spending the last two weeks with Mrs. E. M. Wonders and daughter Ruby will leave Sunday for Los by where they will spend three Mrs William Daze and daughter Marie left Thursday for Los where Miss Marie will enroll at St Mary's Academy for the ensuing school Mr. and Mrs. Charles accompanied by Mr. motored down to Winslow Sunday spending the day with Mr. and Willis formerly lived here and it was a pleasure to meet their old Mrs. L. W. accompanied by the Misses Teresa Louise Marguerite Drumm and Frances returned from a fortnight journ at the beautiful Lake the summer resort a few miles south of They say that never before they spent so enjoyable a Mr Floyd accompanied by his returned from during the where he has been stationed as operator for the Santa Fe for the past two Mrs. Bullock is a former Gallup girl and Mr. Bullock has spent a number of years in Winslow having attended the schools in this and has a number of friends who were surprised to hear of his ' Early Wednesday morning a Mexican was found on the Santa Fe tracks near the with his right leg severed near the knee and numerous other bruises on his It is thought the man had been stealing a ride on a west bound which had passed through Winslow earlier in the night and had in some way fallen receiving the He was found by Brakeman who had left the train Our Railroad Trainmaster Duffield of Williams spent Monday in Trainmaster Duffield was in Winslow Thursday on railroad Brakeman A. M. Guiwits is laying few days this week because of Oscar Burke and from a three weeks spent at the coast and San Diego Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Proctor and daughters returned from a three week's visit with relatives Los Supt. and Tuttle left Thursday morning for Los where they will spend a few Conductor Dunklin left Wednesday Los Angeles where he will spend a few days on - ' has been spending his vacation on his ranch hear has returned to Conductors Pettit and Miller returned from their which were spent on the Wednesday Mrs. J. S. La Marr family have returned from a visit with relatives in Kansas and William Ensign and son from a month San Francisco and Los claim adjuster forthe Santa by his wife an 0 left Friday morning for E. of the Santa Fe Engineer left Friday morning for Los he will visit with friends for a feW Engineer Morrison and wife who have been paying a visit to the Exposition in Frisco and Sari Diego returned Thursday Mr. James Young returned Winslow Tuesday morning a two stay in Kansas where he has been under 'the care of a James was injured Sunday night when he caught his right arm in a at the machine He was sent to his home in Williams to Additional Superior Judge Sidney Sappi of spent in Mr. and Mrs. E. P. of were in Winslow last Saturday on a shopping S. W. returned Friday & two week's business trip in Supervisor C in from his ranch week accompanied by Mrs. A. Bb Hansen have stay in the - mountains Mac prising spent Sunday in with his 1v> Weinert James Hickey returned from a fortnight spent positions and Los The Postal Telegraph from their back of the A. building to the Hotel Mr. the new of our grammar Monday evening where he has ' Sheriff and and Francis were in low Saturday on their way to from the * i Mrs. I. D. iff rel returned to Winslow after having spent a very ant Miss Grace Record spent days of the week with Mr. Fred this They are having spent the summer at the ' Miss Juanita Tarr returned from a month's visit with relatives in Los Mrs. Tarr accompanied her Rome where she spent the E. E. formerly chief of the Santa Fe railroad in but now stationed at is spending a few days here visiting with Ralph and Adolph Weber left Monday morning for Los where they will spend their vacation of two Later will enter the University of Clarence who has been spending his vacation in Seattle and returned to Winslow Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. S. father and mother of Mrs. V Cornelius and N. T. rived in Winslow J and will spend several before going to the Mr. and Mrs. Earl of spent days here this week with friends and Mr Vaughn is now stationed agent at N. M. Mrs. W. E. and arrived in Monday morning on their way to an Indian settlement north of Mr. Rollins is of at that Monday afternoon a tent in r rear of Rev. Mr. home caught afire and was burned partly No one the fire but it is thought it was caused by Miss Teresa the young teacher of this city returned to Winslow Monday from her summer vacation on the She was accompanied by her sister Miss Angela who will enroll at the Winslow high school as a W. H. Burbage and Justice ol of the Peace Hansen have moved evening and will again offices from the his duties as Apache Bank Building the Santa Fe -nd to the old Engineer C. M. Byrd and wife buiMing on west Railroad left Thursday morning for Los nut in the offices formerly accompanied by Mrs. 5 by Miss when she C. their Mrs. in the abstract business in has been spending the this Mr. Burbage will summer in Winslow and will in hereafter give his entire the future make her home in Los to his law and insurance busn r '