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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MOIJNING, DECEMBER 20,; 1912. 3WIGERT BROS. "Bring your eye trouble to ue." "Our Glasses Satisfy" East Adams St. Both Phone Opp. from Adams Hotel. Est. 1M1 DR. a D. NORTHRUP Manager iananas McKee's Gash Store Shave Yourself A N- I X L RAZ0! Aided by a pigskin strop and J. and J. Shaving Cream will make shaving at home easy and pleas ant. Central Drug Store H. R f ATK, Mann --ci-In. (inodrkh Bivilding Phones M is, o :fU. NEW STATE CORRAL Corner Fourth & Madison Streets, Livery, Feed find Sales Colts and horses broken to drive or saddle. Doctor Gurley, Veterinary Surgeon Phone Overland 762 - Glasses that SUIT Dr. E. Munson Optician IIS W. Wash, st All girls like Ligselt's candy, also tne fellows who brins: it to them. Only at the OWL THE GREYHOUND'S Time Table VIA TEMPE AND MESA LEAVES LEAVES PHOENIX MESA 9:30 a. m. 8:15 a. m. 4:00 p. m. 12:30 p. m. 9:30 p. m. 6:00 p. m. SPECIAL EXCURSION Every Sunday to Granite Re if Darn, round- trip $2.00 100 Bunches Ripe $1.75 Fancy China From $1.00 up Off Including a beautiful col lection of Plates, Bowls, Nut Sets, Vases, Sugar and Creamers, etc. The Nickel Store 32 North First St. , "always done when promsed" are the PICTURES you have framed at BALKE'S The Big Curio Of Local Interest STORED WATER SUPPLY. Water service department dally re port, December 23: Elevation -.if water in reservoir, feet 147.RO Contents of reservoir, -acre feet 3S7.252 Loss preceeding 24 hours, acre feet 24!". Elevation of water in reservoir one year ago today, feet.. 1j4.0S Contents of reservoir one year ago today, acre feet 440.S4D Normal flow Salt and Verde rivers at Granite Reef dam, M. I ,-. 21.450 Amount of water used for irri gation, north side, M. I.. Amount of water used for irr gatifln. south-side, M. I.... 14.420 10.C0O Water today in all the canals. o THE WEATHER. Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Data for 24 hours ending 6: 00 p. m. yesterday: 6:00 6:00 a. m. p. ni. Temperature, degrees 32 56 Dewpoint, degrees 24 22 Humidity, per cent " C6 26 Wind -direction K W Wind-velocity, miles 2 8 Rainfall, inches 0 .0 Weather ' Clear Clear Mean daily humidity 46 Mean daily temperature 50 Highest temperature 60 Lowest temperature . . 29 Total daily rainfall 0 Departure in temperature, yesterday, 0 degree. Deficienfy in temperature since first of month, 70 degrees. Accumulated deficiency in tempera ture, since January 1, 416 degrees. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .02 inch. Excess in rainfall since first of month, .36 inch. " " Accumulated deficiency in rainfall since January 1, .91 inch. KENNETH MEAKEIt, Temporarily in charge. o YOUNG TWITCHELL HERE Ralph Waldo Twitchell of Wiekcn burg, the son of Col. R. E. Twitchell of ' Las Vegas, N. M.. came down Tuesday to spend Christmas with his father and his uncle W. H. Twitchell of this .city. HAM-.MELS-STEVENS Henry A. Hammels, a member of the real es tate' firm of Fields and Hammels of this city was married to Miss Mabel Stevens, the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Stevens of Humbolt. Kansas , yesterday at- the home of the bride's parents. The hap py couple will be at home in Phoenix after February 1st at 418 North 7th street. - - WOOD AND STEEL FILING DEVICES THE tn Heil Co. "The largest house in its line in the Southwest." 126-28 W. Washington St Phoenix, Aril. 1 74 CONNORS GETS BACK Mr. and lrs. Joe Connors returned yesterday from Tucson and are registered at the Woodford. Th-ey will make their home in Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. 'Connors were married on Monday in the An cient Pueblo. a n n s smP . i u. . n. ncufc r I ivin airs, ueorge I W. Vickers will entertain tho Maricopa Chapter of the Daughters' of the Ameri- j can Revolution on Saturday afternoon next at half past two o'clock. A full attendance of the membership is urged. There are a , number of members of other chapters visiting Phoenix at this time and these are. also invited to be present at the session. FORD HOTEL C. A. Henry, San Francisco; Harry Mark, New York; C. J. Tenney, Wickenburg; J. C. Donandson, Prescott; Jim Florence, Phoenix; Al Jones, City; Harry W. Cruise, Florence; B. C. Hubbell, FJ Pa.so; T. IU Henry, Memphis, Tenn.; Ivy Deal, M. Allerman, Tnc.wn, Ariz.: John Halback, Adams, Minn.; W. F. Kaliher, San Diego. SPEED ON CONTRACT The con tract for the construction of the twi wasteway structures on the Arizona Canal, one at Evergreen am' the other at Indian Rend was awarded to Her bert Mann on December 19. Yesterday fell the reinforcing steel was cut and the work on the stevl forms so far under way that it is promise ! they will be ready to receive the cement by Jan uary 1, or before. AT THE COMMERCIAL Mrs. C. R. Ragsdale, an Diego; C. A. Hen ry, San Francisco; M. Layman, Jer ome; A. T. Cornish. Flag-staff; Ear nest Richards, Frank Waklron, Camp Verde; Alex Boyd, Arizona; David I Forsythe, Msa; Jo.in T. Thomp son, New York; I. II. Shipp, City; Charles Scholey, Prescott; J. P. No lan, C. P.rooks, Glendale; E. J. Hel s!ey, Marinette. ADAMS STILL IN LEAD Begin ning next Saturday night Mine Host Adams will inaugurate the feature of having the grill, dining room and lunch room of his famous hostelry open on show, night for a few hours after the show. When this announcement was made a number of people took advant age of it to reserve, tables in the din ing room for Saturday night. A num ber of alter theater lunch parties can therefore be assured. CHARLEY PISHON LEAVES Chark's K. Pishon of this city headed on. a swift bee line last night for Los Angeles, where he was called to. attend the annual holidays cele bration of the Copper Coats Casey Mercar.tiiv company, of which he is an Arizona representative. Each year the company calls in all its em ployees to a monster entertainment stretching over a week and including every known sort of enjoyment that is timelv to the season. ROBBERY AT PRESCOTT A tele phone message was .received from Sheriff Keeler of Yavapa. county at the sheriff's office yesterday saying that the Rashford Bv.rmister store had been burglarized on Saturday night. The thieves effected an en trance by breaking a large plate glass window. A lot of revolvers and I watches were stolen. A suspicious cnaracter was arrestea yesieraay mornir.g and several of the watches were found on him. The rest of the loot has not been recovered. HERE FOR THE WINTER W. J. EUiford, the proprietor of the Elllford Stock company, one of the well known theatrical organizations of the Pacific coast is in Phoenix for the first time jn eleven years. Mr. Elliford came here for the purpose of testing the winter, and if he feels satisfied with the cli mate in the Salt River valley this win ter he will purchase property and make Phoenix his winter home. In Speaking of Phoenix of eleven years ago, he said that the city haci changed sj it was not recognizable. The im provements are amazing, the growth and prosperity of the town greater than could be expected. HOTEL ADAMS W: A. Simp kinson. Cincinnati: L. P. Tread way. Way. Globe; J. N. Curtis, Tucson; Mrs. C. - R. Ragsdale. San Dicjro, Cal.; Cooley IJutler, New York City; Hazard Stevens, City: W. H. Max well, city; Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Mc Queen, Mesa; Joe Rush. Tempe: V. L. ' White,, New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, New York City; J. S. Calkin.v Cleveland; Willard M:Kegney, - New York; Ted Weller, Nv York; . Jerome Dalley. Benning ton, N: H.; John A. Sparing, Phila delphia, Pa.; TUrs. Chase, New York; Miss Stone, Boston, Mass.; Mr. Murchison and wile. New York; F. H. Speare, New York; Jos. Finne gan. . New York; L. W. Carter. New York: It. Steiger, New York. "JENNIE BfilCE MURDERED That Jennie. Brice - was actually and foully put out of the way was the substance of the story in Every body's magazine in the issue received here yesterday. Although the Y. M. C. A. mock trial was off slightly in this regard the findings of the jury was 'right. The tale discloses a gig antic press agent stunt, for the act ress Brice, which Ladley, her hus band turns into the real thlg, in an endeavor to get rid of his wife so that he may marry another woman, of his later choice. B. E. Marks, who acted as attorney - for the de fense called the jury's atcntion to the possibility that Ladley and Jennie's manager might be working the adver tising dodge for newspaper purposes, though he was unable to convince the twelve of the pjrisoner's innocence. GEARY WILL INVESTIGATE WRECKS Chairman W. Paul Geary ct the Arizona Corporation Commis sion will 'go to Williams today for the purpose of conducting an- examination into the causes of the recent wrecks on the Santa Fe in the vicinity of William's. It will be remembered that in the ten days between December 10 and 17 there were three serious wrecks on the Santa Fe, two occuring in the yards at Williams and om a few miles west of that place. In the three wrecks there Were four men killed. The cor poration commission. determined to inr vestigate the wrecks and if possible find out who was responsible for them. Chairman Geory , was r selected by the commission to conduct the hearing and assemble- the evidence, which . will be brought back to Phoenix- and from which the commission wil fix the re- CHIEF MOORE REMEMBERED The boys of the city police force did not fail to nandsomly remember Chief ot Police Moore yesterday. In addition 1 to a handsome present they gave col lectively, -ach member of the force gave the chief an individual present. PRAYER AND' PRAISE SERVICES AT CHURCHES Although Christmas fell on Wednesday this year it made no difference to the arrangements of sev eral of the churches. The regular mid week services were held, the usual prayer meeting giving way to a prayer and praise service in nearly all the churches. GOVERNOR HUNT GETS MANY PRESENTS One of the recipients of a large number of presents yesterday was Governor Hunt. Beginning early in the week the packages began com ing both to the residence and the ex ecutive office. Many of his close friends remembered the governor with handsome presents. ' SALVATION ARMY BUSY In ac cordance with the custom inaugurated several years ago of providing the poor with necessaries, the Salvation Army Under command of Adjutant Senn dis tributed a large number of Christmas baskets to the poor and needy of the city. The Associated Charities did likewise and a number of the church organizations assisted the Associated Charities with donations. RELIGIOUS M A N I A William Phiester, a prominent rancher from the Mesa district, created a great deal of excitement yesterday afternoon by an exhibition of what appeared to be a religious mania, at the corner of First and Washington streets. Phiester is a prominent church worker in his section and has always been devotely religious. This however was not known by the bystanders. The police were called and he was taken care of immediately. MEXICAN HURT. Francisco Diaz, a Mexican rancher who lives in the neighborhood of Peoria, was hurt out on Grand Avenue last night shortly after 8, being struck by a street car. The man was found to be under the influence of liquor. He was badly'hurt about the skull, so Dr. Craig was called and fixed him up after Which be was conveyed to the police station for the night. His horse and buggy was found hitched to a tree on the avenue a few blocks away from where h was hurt. H. A. Diehl Shoe Co. (For twenty years the loading shoe house of Phoenix. There is a reason.) WE SUGGEST THIS BOOT For Street Wear IN tan or black Calfskin good weight soles, medium heel and medium broad toe. in widths A A to D. AN EXCEPTIONAL VALUE AT $5.00 H.A. Diehl Shoe Go. WOUNDED VICEROY OF NDIH IMPROVING His Assailant Cannot be Located, and no Clue is Found to Accomplices. ASSOCIATKU PRESS DISPATCH DELHI. India," Dec: 25. An official bulletin issued tonight concerning the condition of the viceroy, Baron Har dinge, who was severely injured by a bomb thrown by an Indian fanatic on Monday, describes his progress as satisfactory, but adds the physicians believe he will not be able to resume his duties for two or three weeks. The temperature of the patient was normal and the pain subsiding. The perpetrator of the outrage was not apprehended, nor any clue found to others supposed to be Involved. It seems the viceroy himself, by insisting on the procession not stopping after the explosion of the bomb, probably facilitated his escape, as the. Punjab chief, who wanted to deal with the mat ter, was compelled to move along. o ; ' Hire a little salesman at the Re publican office. - A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. I SAT WITH CHOP HOUSE Open Day andJNight. Quick Service. 19 and 21 N. Central Ave, How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any oaae ot Catarrh tbU urnnot.be cured by Haili Catarrh cure. F. J. CHENRY A CO., Toledo, O. We, the undereianed. have known F. J. Ctieney tor the last 15 yearn, and believe him perfectly hon orable 1"-. all business transactions ana rtnanc tally ble to carry out any obligations made by his firm. WAIDINO. IvTNNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale OruKICtets. Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, actinc directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ol tha system. Testimonials sent tree. Price 79 ceota pt bottle. Sold by all bruKutsts. Take Hall's Family 1'ius for constipation. You rrr.y need a present or two for some one overlooked! We have still on hand an assortment of good things and you know we carry ihc ' line to choose from. So just drop in and pick it out. Plenty New Year's Cards, etc. Elvey and llnlcil Quality Druggists Never Substitute 27 E. WASHINGTON St. WRECKED FOR XMAS BUT ALL SAFE NOW Seventy People Spend Wet Night on Island After Wreck ASSOCIATED PRESS DI9PATCH NEW YOKK, Dec. 25. Fifty-seven passengers and eighteen of the crew of the United States fruit steamer Turrialba, who have been ashore since yesterday morning at the Brigantine Shoals,- nine miles north of Atlantic City, arrived here tonight aboard the United States revenue cutter Seneca. The cutter stood by , the stranded vessel all last night, and at 9 o'clock this morning the passengers and a part of the crew the baggage and the mail were safely transferred and the Seneca started the Xmas journey to this port. The sea was smooth, th weather fair when the; transfer was made and the passengers experienced but little discomfort. The Christmas dinner was provided by the officers of the Seneca. Scarcely one hundred relatives of the passengers were . waiting at the pier, for the wireless messages dur ing the day brought word that all on board the stranded steamer, were safe and the Seneca on her , way with the rescued party to the eomjiany's pier. o ' STORIES OF SUSPECTS CONFLICT IN DETAILS Police Keep Close Watch Over Al leged Hold-up Men associated ruras dispatch! SPRINGFIELD, Deo. 25. Two of the seven suspects gathered in today by the police and sheriffs deputies as results of the melodramatic hold up of the Alton "Hummer" Monday night have been ordered kept under special surveillance, as they gave con flicting answers when questioned by W. S. Chain, chief defectives of the Alton. Men who were questioned for hours by Cain are J. K. Hartnell of Chicago and Elmer Yigus of Springfield. The latter has a local police record. The former claimed among other things that he was a Chicago saloon keeper, but was doubtful as to street, tele phone numbers and . other details. o SHIPS IN COLLISION. Marion Runs Afoul Another Boat in Delaware Bay. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 25. The steamship in Marion, which sailed to day for Liverpool from thus city, was in collision with an unknown vessel early tonight in Lower Delaware Bay. The extent of the damage to the Marlon is not known. A wireless report to the maritime offices says she is returning to Philadelphia under her own steam. Aboard the Marion are 22 first and 133 second class passengers. riimiiif YOU WILL BE GLAD TOO If you order that steak, chop, roast, fish or poultry from us. Have you tried our sausage? Do it, they are mighty good. Valley Meat Company ORTEIG & FINK Electrical Supplies. ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. 41 South First Ave. W. B. MATHESON. Proprietor Phone, Overland 1101 SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY Eocene Incubator Oil 1 CAN ......$1.65 1 CASE $3.25 PHOENIX OIL CO. If you want the l wbi see ii ic oiuo Ribbon Buggies, , Bain Wagons. No . better on earth. Prices and terms are right. SCATES VEHICLE & HARNESS CO. 5 Points. COLONIAL DAMES TOILET ARTICLES First prizes awarded at all State Fairs On Sale At Boehmer's Drug Store Northeast Cor. Center &. Washington HARNESS We make the kind it pays uy. N. PORTER SADDLE AND HAR NESS COMPANY. NUTS, PRESERVES and other delicacies for New Year's dinner. M'LEAN'S GROCERY Next Door to Postoffiee BOX OF CHOCOLATES for n NEW YEAR'S GIFT Donofrio-Bury Conf. Co. FUSSY A box of selected Chocolates that touches top notch, in - candy making. FUSSY PACKAGE For Fastidious Folk.1 ADAMS PHARMACY Agents In Hotel Adams. HAIR GOODS FOR SALE Ladles' Toilet, Parlor, Shampooing, Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair Dressing, Expert Chiropodists, all foot troubles removed. Molea i and Warts removed by electricity. 'SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY x' Overland Phone- 2623 ' 39 East Adams Street. A Buffet for $25.00 Has Mirror, Cup Shelf, 2 small drawers, one long drawer, and cupboards. See this and many other fine pieces of hand made furniture at Bide-a-Wee Mission Furniture Shop 3-4 Mile North of Eastlake Park 38 N. FIRST AVE California Restaurant The best of service. Good things to eat. Open day and night. We serve chop suey and noodles after 8 p. m. 35 North First Avenue T. S. DOCK Graduate Nurse Massage a Specialty Phone Overland 2344 720 E. A.dams St. Garden City Restaurant New Location I 01 .05 "Pact A dame Sr. &JJ f, "-a- j. VI H l 1 t,f W FOR PIANOS .. Red5wi" Music Company Large and warm BABY BLANKETS, ONLY .50 Dorris-Heyman Furn. Co. ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT SHORT ORDERS Open Day and Night LEE FAT, Prop. P. KALSMAN Will Clean and Press Your Suit for $1.50 CITY CLEANING WORKS Phone O. 1314 E. Adams This is Oyster Season We receive them Fresh Every Day They come to us packed in tcold storage, direct from the Oyster country. Nothing more appetizing or healthy; for a good night lunch. Let us send you "a few; you will like them. We also have a com plete assortment ot fresh fish at all times. . Just 'phone your or ders in, our delivery service is perfect. Tribolet's Market Opp. City Hall 114 E. Wash. St. Phones: Mountain State M. 6 O. 788, 789 Guns Rented! Fresh Ammunition ' PINNEY A ROBINSON 17 6. Center. I , . . ' " Established 1881 PHOENIX BAKERY EDWARD EISELE, Proprietor. Wholesale, Retail. The Genuine BUTTERNUT BREAD ' (In Wrappers Only) 7 West Washington St., Phoenix PHONES: Overland 334. . Con. Main 89 WHERE TO EAT Make our restaurant your home. You will find the cooking right and price moderate. ' - - Washington Restaurant 241 East Washington Street Satisfaction Guaranteed 0aaa . sponsibility.