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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING-, APRIL Id, 1912.
When your eyes trouble you or when
you need glasses of any description,
r.pmo to us. Eye care is our specialty.
Arizona's Leading Opticians
9 Est Adams St. Both Phones
') Across from Adami Hotel.
Passes the Billion Mark
Ua.st jia.- the' Mutual Lift- of New
York passed the billion mark in
payments to policyholders. In the
fill 'years of its service since IS 13
its benefits to policyholders have
exceeded all premiums collected
from policy holders by ovqr 17C
million dollars. In the year 10.11
its payments to .policyholders
were over $1,771,000 more than all
premiums collected from them.
Ffr terms to producing: agents,
J. H. COONS, MANAGER,
34 N. Central Ave.
NIPPON IMPORTING Co.
Cor. Center and Monroe
WEAR TORIC LENSES
For comfort Tlicj're o-. .il shaped;
the eyelashes do not t.uvh the lens,
and you have a wider range of vision.
When Toric lenses are made bifocal
two lenses in ONE they're simply
perfect. Let us fit you with Toric
Dr. Munson, Optician
lis vct Wai-hingt'-.i St.
AT THE CITY CLEANING AND
Suits Cleaned and Pressed, $1.50
Both Phones Across from Adams
The Tailor 19 East Adams Street.
A ooiimioii-seiise bail- tonic,
with a' businesslike guaran
tee. 'Trvvit: -Sold in Phoc
nix oulv bv
MOTORCYCLE DCUVCRY- ISX AVC J, APAnj
If You Want the Best
On tho market for your din
ner table In the line of Meats,
roultry. Fish, Oysters, Fresh
Vegetables and Fruits of all
kinds, see us. We also have a
complete line of lunch goods,
cheese of all kinds, butter, eggs,
lcklcs, olives and many other
articles' too numerous to men
tion, flYou will find Trlbolefs
Market the most up-to-date
marketing house in the south
west TRIBOLET'S MARKET
Opposite City Hall; Prompt
Delivery to all Parts of
Phone Main 6 Ovsrland 789
Of Local Interest
STORED WATER SUPPLY.
Water service department 'daily re
port. April 13.
Elevation of water In reservoir,
Contents of reservoir, aero fect.C13,23S
Elevation r water in reservoir,
1 year ago today, feet 1G7.20
Contents of reservoir 1 year
ago today, aero feet 5CS.3M
(Jain preceding -1 hours, acre
feet ." 5,900
Normal flow Salt and Verde
rivers at Granite Kcef dam,
M. 1 1G0.K0
Amount of water used for irri
gation, north side. M. 1 2S.100
Amount of water u.ed for irri
gation, south side, M. 1 1S.S00
Water today In all the canals.
Local Daily Weather Report for The
Daat for 24 hours ending: C p. m.
C a.m. C p.m.
Temperature, degrees ....42 C2
Dew point, degrees 3S 32
Humidity, per cent SS 32
Wind, direction E NW
"Wind, velocity, miles .... 4 4
Rainfall, inches 0 :o
"Weather Clear Clear
Mean daily humidity 60
Mean daily temperature 52
Highest temperature 61
Lowest temperature 41
Total daily rainfall 0
Deficiency in temperature yesterday
Deficiency in temperature since first
of month 47 degrees.
Accumulated excess In temperature
i since January 1, 33 degrees.
Deficiency in rainfall yesterday .02
Excess in rainfall since first of
month .24 inch.
Accumulated deficiency in rainfall
since January 1. .7S inch.
ROBERT 1L ERIGGS.
CHORAL SOCIETY iv :s request
ed that every member of tho I'hoc
nix Choral society be in attendance
at the regular rehearsal Monday ev
ening. FROM NORTH R J. daddy, of
Santa, re, and W. V. "Williams, of
Winslow reached Phoenix on tho late
train from the north last evening, aud
registered nt the Adams.
KANSAS NOT LIKE THIS. "Wil
lis Stewart has returned from several
months spent in Topeka, 'Kansas.
"Not like "..his" says Stewart with
reminiscenes of snow banks higher
than Camel Back fresh in memory.
PROMINENT GUESTS Among
the prominent guests at the Commer
cial hotel last night were M. G. Wood
and M. II. NaT!, of Long Beach; Mr.
nd Mrs. 11. C. Springer, of Wicken
burg; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. "Watkins, of
Kingman: P. M. Shafer, of "Williams.
MISSIONARY MEETING The Wo
mans' Missionary society of Central
M E. church south has changed its
ime of meeting to the second and
fourth Mondays so tho next meeting
will "be held Monday week April 22.
The attendance- at the meeting last
Monday was fine and the program
SNOW CAPPED HILLS Tho re
markably cool weather of 4ie last
few days, ending in a snowstorm
that was not confined to the high
mountains, but reached far down tht
foothills, has given valley people an
enchanting view that is very unus
ual at this time of the year. An ex
cellent view of snow covered moun
tains is said to be obtained from the
Glendale car line and it is expected
many of the curious will be patrons
of the line today.
DR. NORTH RUP BACK Dr. JX D.
Northrup, well known optician of the
Swigert Bros. Optical Co., :cturned
last evening from a very successful
business trip through Southern Arizo
na, returning via Globe and Kelvin.
He reports heavy snows all thro-igi1
that section on Thursday and Friday
He says all the mountains wer? cov
ered with a beautiful mantle of
white. He also says he found no
place that looked, uulte as good to
him as his own town-
A SKILLED WORKMAN William
"Wiedenhofcr. of the Vaiiey Paint shop
415 South First St., be'ter known as
Bill the painter, has just Xinished
painting tht Carnegie library and de
clares he has done as good a job as
he did five years ago, when lie paint
ed the engine house and band stand
on the city hall grounds. Bill says
he attributes the securing of his
latest contract to the well doing of
the former and insists that it pays to
Jo good work. '
line in the Southwest."
126-28 W. Wash. St.
ITS WARMER HERE W. F. Dur
monl, "f Williams, is a guest at the
AMONG THOSE PRESENT Chas
.Moss, of Benson, and C. It. Phillips,
of Bafford. are among those present
at the Ford Hotel.
FROM DOUGLAS Albert Slao, a
prominent resident of Douglas is in
tile Capital-' city for a few days and
stopping at the Adams.
MOTION DAY Superior Judge J
C. Phillips made a regular tall of the
motion docket yesterday morning,
and handed down a few unimportant
. STUBBS INSPECTS J. C. Stubbs.
general freight agent for the Southern
Pacific with headquarters at Los An
geles was in I'hocnix yesterday on a
periodical tour of inspection.
GRAND RAPIDS VISITOR C. F
Dodge has come across the countij
from Grand Rapids, Michigan, to
spend a time in the Salt River valley.
While in the city Mr. Dodge is a
guest at the Hotel Adams.
HARD LUCK HENRY Henry
Elekre, a carpenter, had the misfor
tune to break a finger the first of
the week but is now slowly recover
ing from the accident. Henry hints
at other recent misfortunes and hopes
his' run of bad luck will soon leave
IT'S' THE SYSTEM City Elec
trician Copson is grouping his ornd
mental street lights so that in the
event of trouble he can locate it at
the minimum of time and trouble.
Switches and fuges are being placed
in convenient places and when the
work is completed the lights in small
groups will be amenable to easy cor
rection and treatment.
CASE TRANSFERRED One of the
liartics to the action leing a non
resident of the' state the cause of
W. C. Hagen vs. Madison F. Larkin
was .yesterday transferred from the
Jurisdiction of the Arizona supreme
court to that of the United States
district court. The suit involves a
large sum and is to quiet title to a
number of mining claims.
PAVING WORK The adding of
the " top layer of bitulithic dressing
to the South .Central avenue pave
ment was commenced yesterday be
ginning at Jefferson street. The ave
nue will be completed as far as the
railroad. -stations in a few clays and
again opened to traffic. South First
avenue will be the next stretch of
paving to be finished, and after that
the other work in the order of its
precedence. An inspector from the
Warren Bitulithic company is on the
ground, or rather on the paving, to
see that it is put down according to
RANCH FISHING B. A. Fowler
is contemplating turning his ranch
into an aquarium. Yesterday in the
middle of a field of alC.il fa a silver
side fish was found flopping around
just as lively as though alfalfa fields
were its native element. The fish is
a big one, being two and a half feet
long by fourteen and. a Half Inches
in circumference, and measures five
inches across the back. It weighs
ten and a half pounds and is ver
much alive and in good condition.
This is on" of the largest fish ver
finding its way through the tortuous
laterals and many head gates.
ATTACHING JURORS Sheriffs
deputies are the busy little bees just
now reaching and subpoenaing grand
and trial jurors for the impending
term of court. Many of the services
have already been made. As usual,
the officers encounter some interest
ing experiences and all maimer or
xcuses all of which are referred to
the judge. One man was found yes
terday who had been summoned on
both the federal and county juries.
He thought that was rubbing it in
just a little, but when told that his
services on the United States jury
would doubtless be accepted as an
excuse for release from the county
service lie departed much relieved.
FIRE AND SO FORTH An in
significant fire which destroyed a
chicken coop, and end of a shack
barn near Central avenue and Grant
street at ileven o'clock last evening
brought grief to two. Fire Marshal
Peter Sullivan, who was responding
to the alarm from Iiis home on a
bicycle ran into an open culvert and
was badly bruised and cut about the
head and shoulders. Nelson Borreo
driving an automobile refused to obey
officer Bradley's instructions not to
run over the fire hose. The police
man took the ohaffeur to headquar
ters where he was instructed by night
captain Brisbois to appear in police
court Monday afternoon. Prompt
work by the department easily sub
dued the fire at a nominal loss.
John Carroll Held for the
Gj-rand Jury in Counter
feiting Case; Additional
Coins in Circulation; Tes
timony Involves Joints
John Carroll, accused of "uttering
and passing" fictitious money, was
given a hearing by United - States
Commissioner Johnstone yesterday and
held for the federal grand jury in one
thousand dollars bail.
Carroll is one of the men suspected
of being involved in the passing of
spurious gold pieces upon various un
suspecting citizens of Phoenix. Just
enough evidence was introduced to
warrant the commissioner in holding
the prisoner, the United States show
ing as little of its hand as possible.
Carroll was represented by M. F.
Ford while Deputy Attorney Forest
bad cliarge of the interests of the
a bogus ten dollar
that he received
gold piece while
Conducting a poker game and playing
look out roo
R. L. Bake
UNITED STATES LICENSED
Prop. Big Curio on Adams St.
with Carroll at a resort on Sixth
avenue. The coin also came into the
possession of a woman who was c:Uled
by tlx- prosecution and gave her name
as Ollie Walker.
Joe Porterle qualified as an expert
by testifying that he is a former em
ploye of a government mint, aud a
metallurgist. He unhesitatingly de
clared the gold piece offered in evi
dence to be a counterfeit. The coin
is coated with gold, according to Por
terie. over a base metal.
Carroll took the stand in his own
behalf, admitted the poker game, but
denied knowingly passing any "phony"
money. The court held that the con
nection between the defendant and the
coin had been sufficiently established
to warrant holding him for a grand
Since the first arrests in connection
with tho flushing of a counterfeiting
plant at least eight additional coins of
Just for you.
"SQUARE DIEHL" SHOES
In all the new toes, patterns, and
leathers for Spring and Summer
wear are on exhibition In our store
Come in aud see them, you'll be I
i. .-.I .it. a
giau ;uu uiu.
Square Diehl shoes for men and
women ?2.30 to ?5.U0. Nettleton's
Repair Department in the Store.
H, A. Diehl Shoe Co.
3 W. Wash. St.
no virtue have come. to light. Included
in this batch are a touple of fives, al
though a majority of the bad money
is in ten and twenty dollar near gold
pieces. The Inquiry brought out the
fact that there lire within the city
limits at least two well established
poker joints for Carroll swore to win
ning and losing money at each of
The authorities are working on the
case and other arrestH are likely to
be made before the grand Jury ad- J
in ine meantime me puuiic is au-
vised to Iserutlnize gold pieces and
silver change with care. The bad
gold pieces are dated several years
ago, apd the face shows wear. The
lettering is indistinct and the weight
and ring give an easy means of de
Too Late to Classify
FOR SALE Snaps Do It now, ;v0
acres $50.00 per acre, lfil) acrts 5125.
00 per acre. Glc"ida1- Loess, alfalfa,
close in. SO, 10 and 20 acre tracts,
the pick of the valley. Werner, 130
N. Center. tf
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Do
it now. Pacific Coast, Colorado and
Eastern for Arizona. What have
you 7 Also 2G0 acres. Gila Vallev, own
water, plenty of it. 25 per cent bet
tor home market than anywhere, li.
IL Station and townsite on place, a
fortttne for somebody, good Improve
ments lots young alfalfa, clear and
free, no worn out, diied up alkali
crested junk, but fine vegetable soil,
besides good stock range and no
nieasly neighbors to bother you. Do
it now, sole and exclusively. Werner,4
130 N. Center St.
RELINQUISHMENTS for sale,
some good ones. Salt River and Gila
Valleys 5000 to 52500. Werner, 130
T. Center St. tf
WANTED To buy for cash or good
trade, some good lots or acreage,
north of "tt. Washington. Werner,
130 N. Center. tf
TWO YOUNG MEN Ages 20 wish
position together on ranch. Answer
with full particulars. Dan Hiner.-717
E. Pierce. bin
MONEY TO LOAN On good real
to security in any quantity. Werner,
130 N. Center St. tf
OpenDay and Night.
19 and 21 3sT. Central Ave.
EAT WITH J
In men's spring hats are
now crowding our hat de
partment. Here are hats
tor young men, for older
men, for every service.
JJats that are up to the
minute in stvle. .
for all your drug wants.
Quality; highest potency.
Elvey & Hulett
27-23 E. Washington St. Phoenix.
Free delivery. All phones connect
with our drug store.
PUFFS, CURLS, JANES AtyD
SWITCHES, ALL SHADES.
AND ARTISTIC HAIRDRESS
ING. FACIAL TREATMENTS,
HAND OR ELECTRIC MAS
SAGE; VIOLET RAY SCALP
MADE UP, .DYEING,
SWITCHES AND MATCHING
HAIR OUR SPECIALTY. EX
PERT CHIROPODISTS, ALL
FOOT TROUBLES REMOVED.
Ovariand Phon 2621.
Consolidated Rd 8072
39 E. Adams St.
Special Sale This Week
F. A. HILDEBRAN
Returning une and wishing souven
irs for friends will find it to their
advantage to inspect the beautiful
line of Indian craft at the
Opposite New Hotel Adams.
7 East Adams Street.
TENDER JUICY STEAKS
Are the Only Kind You Can Get at
VALLEY MEAT COMPANY
EMERSON, ORTEIG & FINK
36 North First Avenue.
ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO.
41 South First Ave.
V, R. NORRIS. PROP.
Overland 1101 Black 8..13 I
Phoenix Oil Company
Everything in Oil.
221 West Jefferson St.
Wo make the kind it pays to buy.;
N. PORTER SADDLE AND HAR- i
NESS COMPANY. I
35 North 1st Ave.
The best meals In the city
EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT
PLASTER AND CEMENT j
VY VSXlJ.. I
Plastering. Foundations. Walks, all i
kinds. Try me out. Call me up for
W. C. POTTEIGER
Phone O., 8123 1319 Woodland;
TREAT YOURSELF PRINCELY
Whilo in Phoenix by dining O. K.
Best 25c meals in city.
THE O. K. CHOP HOUSE
The Place. 23 South First Avenue,
Opposite City Hall.
Try Our Rare Meals
Improve Their Rarity
By Good Cooking
And AVe Will Guarantee
The Best Results!
The liemembranee of
Quality Will Linger
Long After the Appefite
And You'll Bob Up
For the Next Meal!
17 W. Wash. Both phones
NEW BILL TONIGHT
Singing and Dancing Duo
HOWELL, FOX &
Novelty Musical and
" THE CORNELLS
Specialty Singing and
PRICES 10c and 20c.
Efll iriliili! : WOHN & DRISGOLL :
L i "j B j I; FUNERAL
A. H. REEVES, Mgr. I J
at a big reduction
Buggies and .
chicle and Harness Co TTivc Pntnts
NEW JAPANESE STORE
All of the Latest Oriental
Next to California Restau
rant. 33 N. 1st Ave.
Phone Overland 1386
STORE DE LUXE
SALT RIVER VALLEY MONUMEN
Call and see our designs in finished
monuments, gravestones, statuary, etc.
before placing your order.
VERNON E. LINDSAY, Prop.
43 W. Washington SL
Phone Overland 1137.
All Work Guaranteed.
YEE JACKSON GO.
Up-to-date Grocery Store opened with
full line of fruits, vegetables, cigars,
candy anc? staple groceries 222 S. 7th
Ave. and Jackson St. Phone Over
land 85J2. Phoenix. Arizona.
WHITE STAR LAUNDRY
HAND WORK, REASONABLE
16 South Third Avenue.
Best Hand Work in the City.
Phone, Overland 7SQ.
Have you seen the big
Where everybody goes.
Matinee Every After
rj 'lllw!M,fakf "nhil31
j I pride u our shirt-1
I waist work. There 1
I is no better work 1
I done anywhere. The I
J most delicate iabrics 1
'j PARIS DRY CLEANING
' AND DYE VORKS ;!
121 North First Ave.
i All work guaranteed.