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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY M()RNTN(J, l)E EMBER 10, 11)12.
PA UK NINE BUSY DAY WITH B5E SC3 OF LOCAL INTEREST The Best For All Motors lC,vJ Leaves ' Practically p;;:,'' No Carbon ;rJ'- Standard Oil Company ! 3r 'JL'jCm Los Angeles (California) San Francisco Eg SMI COURT Los Standard Oil Company Angeles (California) San Francisco Arizona Egyptian Cotton Co. riMMS COMPANY lias been the culture of Egyptian River vallev and is prepared 1 nil presses wherever iiecess;ir handling of t lit cotton and formed to Cotton in o establish promote the Salt and nr economical my both seed iad to advise cultivation and who intend to ut in and ot For further information address the Phoenix or visit the plantation of ils or tlu product, and alo 1o taled cotton. It will be fjirmers as to the best methods of would like to be informed bv all plant of the acreage they expect to its location, company at president, and two in which uili o! is on ( sect ion eudale. I, two miles east IIERP .MIT 1 5. ATI1A. President, E. d. I EN N ITT, Secretarv. P. M. (JOU)WATEIi. Tieasuivr. ELKS TTTTT1 A TiJ7 R Dec 14th "The Confession" The )lay that startled all New York production with a superb cast ol (layers. Prices -fl. .";(), si .00, 75c. -a magnificent metropolitan Seat Sale Opens at Empress Theater 10 a. m. Wednesday. PASSENGER TRAIN SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 1, 1912 ARIZONA EASTERN DEPARTURE FOR K:1." :i. m Temp1, Mesa and Wink el man 1 0 : 0 1 1 a. in Tempo, Mesa and f'handler 1:00 p. m Tucson, Kl 1'asn arid Mexican Points fi:i0 p. in Los Angeles "(.'mist Flyer" (LIT. p. tn Teinpe. Mes-a and ('handler ":! p. in. . .Oliioasro, Kansas L'ity, New Orleans and Los Angeles ARRLVAL S:l.". a. rn. from Los Angeles and Fast S:-lo a. ;n. from Mesa, Tempe and Chandler 1! : f'i p. in. . . i 'nun Mesa, Tempe and ( 'handler 4 :-!." p. m. from , Los Angeles and East .1: H.'i p m. from Winkelman S : -1 p. in. from ... CliieaRo, Kansas Oily and SI. Louis Buckeye Line Departure a. in. Arrive 1i!:."i,1 a. in. SANTA FE DEPAPvTURi: 7:1" a. m Ash Folic. Ohicnfco and West 7:1.r p. in Los Angeles and West t:fiO p. m Asli Fork, Chicago and Fast ARRTVAL 7:35 a. m. from Los. Angeles and West R:50 a. m. from Ash Fork, Chicago and Fast 1 ():) p. m. from Ash Fork, Chicago and Fast hree Cases Come Argument and One of Which Is Yuma County Suit. Cp for Motions, Famous 1 )ivorce YESTERDAY'S CALENDAR IN THE SUPREME COURT t'ivil Pocket No. U: Etta 'landal! administratrix of the estat,- of Edward S. t'randall, di (.;ied. appellant vs. Consolidated TVlephoi:.-, Telegraph and Elec t tit- company, a corporation. This case was argued bef. ire the su preme court upon an appeal from tile decision of the district court of Maricopa county, Hon. Ed wanl Kent, chief jusiii" o ilie Territory of Arizona presiding, and decided. Yesterday, liuwcvn', a notion for a rehearing was be fore the state- supreme court. Alter oral argument the motion ;: denied. No 1 U t; ;. i; Kail vs. C. IS. t'ni.'C mi appeal from the deci sion ef i lie district court of Cra ham c uaiy, Hon. A. !. McAl lister judge, c.ime up also on a motion for a rehearing from a deeisioii in the case rendeifil some time ,;n li. Tin-, moj jr ,ii was in this ase granted. No. 1 s J . Andrade s. An drade, .,u appeal II', Mil lliv deci sion ol the district court of .'Yuma, Judge frank L.tNter pre siding, was orally argued before the court l.y Judge J. 11. t'amp ). II 'n l"half of t'ne appellant, I lei, n And) ade. while IV T. Rob ertson of Yuma and P. 11. Moore of Los A nudes represented the appellee. After the argument 1" i'.ivs was uiven the appellinl to file a brief in the ( ase and in days after service to the other party m w'nieh to file answer. Tim- famous Andrade divorce sail was liefore the supreme court of Ari'ona on an appeal from tire Yuma ccunty sapirio;- court yesteriiay. L is not fr incntly that a divorce suit g. is into a supreme court, hut this is olle ef til - exceptions to the I'll le. Some" months ago Albeit F. Amir. id, . who is the manager of tire Inter -i '.ilifot nia Knilway company. which ions from Yuma to Cali-xico. filed suit for divorce from Iris v. ife. Helen E Androle. ;i!lc;ins desert ion and cbtained a divorce upon tile default of the di f.-lidailt. IlirwtiT, sholtly alter titat the de findant in lie- ca"c soutrht b mo liol, to hav.- the verdict set aside on tire ground t!i:t no service ha 1 been made in the pii:nises and the ;'i r-ti'er ground tii.it the plaintiff ha I been with the d. f'-ndant within th. time a spei-ified in t hv complaint as bei.'m of the time of desertion, and asked for a trial on the facts. This was followed by another com plaint by the complainant Andrad asking lor divorce on t h" crounrts o (iueli'. lint remarkable as it may seem, tile instances of cruelty al 1 tied in the complaint were said to trav urivd in Los Anueles duiiii; the s ime time as alleged in the for iver complaint as bein of the time of desertion. Another interesting incident occuis. in connection with th' case. Jude J. H. Campbell, who is attorney for Mrs. Andrade. was on the bench as ludne of the district court in whien. tlie case was finally tried when the complaint was first filed, and now appears as .Mrs. .ndrad.- s eoiins i. Judge Campbell, ImweviT. never tried the ease, as statehood impended prior to reacliinu that number on tin' docket. o SOME DO IT The First Clerk How many people work in your office? The Second clerk Oh. I should say. rouslily, about a third of them. Lon don Sketch. STOREY LEAVES Sup rintendent H. C. Storey, of the Santa l-'e. l'rescott it Phoenix railroad, left last veiling' in his private car for Prescott, after spending- two days here. His retain was delayed I'.v the sudden illness of Auditor McKean. who was stricken on Sunday and taken to Mr. Storey's car. FORD HOTEL O. I:. P.urdiek. Los Angeles; J. McCarthy, San Francisco; J. V. Hlair, Hillmiville. .Mont.; T. S. Sanford ami wife. Cliicago; J. M. ol lingwood. Hutcliinson. Kan.; Oeorge V. I'.ogetti, A. P. r.oRetti, Ventura, Cal.; J. J. Dunn, Olobe; Uefugio ICs trada, Los Angeles; F. S. Colbert, Vir ginia; Fllcn Hegstt'fiur. Spicer, Minn.; Samuel L. Lotz, San P.ernardino. SUSPECT ARRESTED C a. P.ruoe was arrested yesterday afternoon by the police on suspicion of being ilie man. who held up and attempted to iti) Joseph Manriquez on Sunday iimniing while th- fire on Fast Jackson street was in progress. He answers the de scription given and an investigation of Ins where. ilMiuts at the time of tne i lioid up is being made. BICYCLIST RUN DOWN If the police succeed in locating the automo bile driver who ran down and severely injured Porter Hcllin, son of William Heflin. of Talbot A- Hubbard, while the .voung man was riding his bicycle :U first and Fillmore streets, he will be severely dealt with. The affair hap pened Saturday night about 7 o'clock an, the autoist after running over the oung man continued on his way with out stopping. The police have a good description and if an arrest is made, it is now believed that more than one charge mav be laid at the door of this particular driver. . TALKS TO FLAGSTAFF Commu nication between Phoenix anl Flag staff by telephone was established yes terday by the Mountain States Tele phone company. Manager It M. I'ueh ler carried on a conversation for five minutes with the operator in tlie north ern city and said afterwards that he heard as distinctly as though he were simply talking with Tucson. It was but a few days ago that the all cop per circuit from Prescott to Flagstaff was completed, and as the copper cir- nit between Prescott and this city was installed some time ago. the double connection is now easy. Incidentally the Prescott-Ash Fork circuit has been equipped with copper wire and com munication with that town has been accordingly' benefited. AT THE COMMERCIAL M. !". Piockl'ord, Tucson: T. M. Hates. C.lea sop, Ariz.: F. YV. Howard. Los Ange les; Hairy O. C.undcrson. Parker, Ariz.; Fred Powers. J. M. French, Casa Crande; T. C,. Kelly and wife. St. Louis; Hurt Hogan, Ash Folic; Ocw H. I'.arrey, C A. P.urtoli and wite. Wil liams; J P.. Christy, F.rowr.ing, Mo.; I'.achel Smith; O. F. Met.. Milwaukee; 1). J. Sullivan. Congress; Paul M. Knampf. Casa Crande; Homer . Crown, Phoenix: lid P.agiey, H. K. Smith, O. S. Kcnvon. Casa Crande: J. c. Purice. S. if ford; Finest Chegardden, San Diego; K Oibson, Tombstone; ('has. Crandall. Prescott: L. Horowitz, Kl Paso: P. H. Moore. Los Angeh-s; J. L. PiCdondo, p T. Robertson, A. F. Andrade. Yuma: C. L. Heflin. Los An peles; ("has. C,. Hhoads. Ios Angeles; M. Abrahams. New York: c. S. P.ur diek. Dayton. Ohio; Dr. A. J. Hullingcr, Los Angel.s; U. M. Dorrach, Atlantic Citx : Mrs. L. M. S lease, Mississippi: Mrs. Inez S. Campbell. Miss Lucile Campbell, Tennessee; Charles .M. Pope, St. Louis: Joseph Schreck. Los Ange- les; H It. Crews. Los Angdes,; A. . Draymer arid family. San Francisco: J. V. Dawson, Los Angeles: Y. C Wingfield, Camp 'erde: F. A. Fber lein and wife. Florence; YY. H. Wal ker and wife. Phoenix; John Pilser, Winkelman: Fdw. J. Turner Kelvin; C. U. KuPtzer, Phoenix; L. H. Wolsey, New York. IMPORTED GOWNS OPERA COATS ON DISPLAY Friday and Saturday :it 20 EAST ADAMS ST. Admits Hotel linilding DoiTt lint ever ;s this ojijioi'tiuiity shown in Phoenix. to nmko our selection from the hnndsoincsl ATTORNEY CAPEHART SUCCUMBS 10 COLO Dies at Sister's Hospital After Two Weeks Illness. Aecfimpany!n!v the remains of A P.. Capehart. an attorney who was his guardian until he became til' age, ;.l.f! ho lived in Phoi nix for the past ten c; rs. Cite Attornev Tom Prescott. !e't last cvenin", o.-er tiie Santa Fe for St Paul. Minn, where interment will made. AttoiMey Capehart was seiz -il with a seve . ii! aloat two Wi d ago. He was eighty-' lie years old ai d because of his advance age it was thought best that he should be re move 1 to the Sisters' Hospital where he would receive every possible atten tion. He died i i n Sunday afterno n. Mr. Capc'i. ii i Wits a pioneer of St Paul, going t.ioie from Hrndford, Ken tucky, where pi had graduate,) ir.:n :. ollege in t ie same class .viih At torney ('.em : . i Carland ot President Ji.'veland' .J 'net. He pr. cln. 1 his profession iv il about ten :ii's ago v w n he ret aiae to Pi member of lodge No. a, i: d from active life and . :-. He was a charter the Ancient Landmark F. & A. M., of St. Paul. He leaves no relative; SOUTHERN FIELD TRIALS Mo: !'';; M.KI :Y. Ala.. No'.ed 'legs 1 1 ' in many the country the product breeding and training, are ir. the fourth ami i.il trial r of I Dec. ' sections of vears entf v. .I of I'.:.- oa'iiern Field t'.hib, w hich b;i i n ii.e club pi eset ves at Leio'naf I . r i iL.hr :iml wi eoiiinne tttroug 1 :r;c i m (!. -ri-,.. two biir events on the I lilt program arc the Derby stakes pointers and setters wnelped Januarv 1. 101 L and the All-agi for pointers and setters. o Hire a little salesman at the P.e 1 ubiican office. A Want Ad will siv more customers t'.ian you can. NOTICE OF BOND ELECTION Notice is hereby given to the quali fied electors of school district No. 1. county of Maricopa, state of Arizona, that an election will be held at Cen tral School building, in the citv of Phoci.ix, i:i the said school district, county of Maricopa and state of -rizona on Saturday, the 4th day of January, 1013, from the hour of nine o'clock in the forenoon to foul o'clock l the afternoon of said day: at which election will he i-umitted the cpiestion of voting' bonds of said district for the purpose of one or more sites for school houses, the erec tion of one or more school buildings and equipping the same and t'ne im i provement of the grounds thereof I for the use of School District No. hi-' 1, in the County I Maricopa, rotate Arizona, said bonds to be of amount of Twe Hundred Thous- forland ($2i0,au(i.ini) Dollars ot tne lo- since i nomination of One Thousand $1.iiimh stake j Dollars each, bearing interest at the rate of five (5) per cent per annum, said bonds to run for a period of I Twentv CiO) vears from date of is- i sue of same, Judges of said election i shall be Oeorge Kirkland, J. W. Walker and J. C. P.eed. W. O. T )LLFSON. Pres. of the board of Trustees L. D. DAMKRON, Clerk of the board of Trustees SIMS FLY. Member of the board of Trustees Dated this t;th day of December, 1!Ul'. mm "THE WOLF" WELL STAGED BY FOH STOCK CO. Work at Elks Support Deserving of His From Playgoers. Best KEEPS TOJR SCALP CLEAN Try a Republican Want Ad CUTICURA SOAP Frequent shampoos with Cuticura Soap, assisted when necessary by gentle anointings with Cuticura Ointment, afford the purest, sweet est and most economical method of freeing the scalp of infants and children from minor eruptions, itchings and scalings and of es tablishing permanent hair health. Cuttnur Soap and Ointment l1 Uiroug world UberBi sarnie or ch mailed free. wUU -TeDdr-fBcl d vtu eomlotl with CUU mra Soap SaTlcg Stick. Liberal Uimoittrem. Have on ever i-ven Eugene Wal ters' j.lay. "The Woli"".' If not. take a niKht off and K'o and see it at the Elks this week. If yon have seen it before, ru anyway and see how well Mr. Eoiinan's company compares villi that you saw before. The Eor man Stock company is an excellent. i-i'Saninii tion and deserves the most hearty support of every theatergoer in 1'hoenix. The pity is that at pres- nt they are not receiving that sup port. Last night's house was pitilii1. ly small. Like all of Wallers' plays. "The Wolf"rin;?s true. He says what l:-.-means and you know what he mean.; when he says it. Waiters" knows the lop and the bottom of life. lie has been in the Riittvr and he has tasted .success to the uttermost. "Paid In Full. !'he Easiest Way" and The Wolf" all are absolutely human. The;, irip one from curtain to curtain ami Rive sonwthins to think ahout. As .Iu! s lteauhien. Mr. Forman nave a most excellent performance manly, clean cut and reserved. IL' has a i;icat deal of personal mak n tism. a pood stae present e, and is. as tve said last wi-ck, a pood ac tor. Incidentally, his Jules Ileaubien is about a thousand per cent ahead of his Jimmy Valentine. The whole company was Rood Miss Halite Mitchell plays Hilda with a. n'reat deal of charm. William ih'iinton was bully as Huntly. As a production it is deserving of the highest praise. Xo wonder Mr. MoriMson announces that it was un der his personal direction. The last act was as pnetty a setting as has been seen in Thoenix in a Ions tim.- ev n if the act was spoiled by two comedy hears; they will not be there tonight. It breathed the spirit of the woods and was a delight to the eye. MAITLAND DAVIE S. Save Dollars by buying at our first Big Annual Christmas Sale We promised the people of Phoenix and the Salt River Valley when we opened our store that we would lower the high cost of living. This we have done for those that were fortunate enough to begin trading with us at the start. We are fully equipped to take care of all who wish to profit by our offer of retail grocer ies at wholesale prices. Compare these prices with others be convinced. Re member our goods are sold under a positive guarantee of perfect satisfaction. Potatoes! Potatoes! Just received car of fancy northern California potatoes, and offer them to you at the wholesale price of $1.60 per cwt. or will sell 14 pounds for 25 cents. Fancy Calif. Onions, . . .10 lbs. for. 25c Pure Cane Sugar 15 lbs for $1.00 New Crop Pink Beans 16 lbs. for $1.00 Full Head Rice 12 lbs. for $1.00 White and yellow corn meal, . . . 35c sk Kansas Hard Wheat Flour . . 24 lbs 90c Kansas Hard Wheat Flour. 48 lbs $1.80 10 lb. pail Cottolene $1.50 Raisins! 10,000 lbs. California Seeded Raisins, per package ,8c Choice Seedless Raisins, per lb. only 8 l-3c Dried California Peaches, extra nice, only 10c per lb Extra Fancy Prunes 2 lbs. for 25c Apples! Apples! Big shipment of the famous Verde Valley Apples, while they last, only $1.30 per box. Oranges by the thousands, 10c, 15c and 20c per dozen. New shipment delicious Chocolate Creams sold elsewhere for from 35c to 40c, our price only 20c lb. Small Box of Crackers, regular price 65 cents, our price 55 cents. Full Cream Sugar Corn, 10c per can or $2.25 per case. Raisins! Choice California lemon Cling Peaches, 2 lb. cans, 3 cans for 50c Pink Salmon, lar'ge size, regular price 15c, our price 10c Cove Oysters, per can only 10c 8 Bars Diamond C Soap 25c Remember Our Motto is Satisfaction or your money back. Arizoea Grocery Co. Phone 0. 455 331 and 333 East Washington St. USE