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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1913.
." PAGE seven: HATHAWAY 5. MACK Whirlwind Ianrers RUSSELL & HILL Singers anil Cliild Impi rsonator.-; CLARA MAY Former Soloist with Creature's Hand Matinee, Sunday, 2:15 LAlfiARA WIGWAM Phoenix Di Automobiles, Garages and Accessories APPERSON UICK C S ona Vulcan ing Works Mnz uburn Automobi W. Corner MIGHTY Two Models 30 Arizona Motor Company, Inc. AMquist & Co. CADILLAC Carr Motor Company McARTHUK & MUftSii uu Piioenix Garage, 319 Central Avenue Collings Velis clo : . . ........ MNKUK 5 ' 1 HP?! On? itrfmnr I oro l wigl21 IJOi U 111 HiUlUi WUI w ariey-uavidson iotor Sup; Maricopa Electric mm 2I ily Co Mitchell ioiar Gar 231-235 West Washington St. L 3 j5 kfk Storage, repairs and supplieu. Open Et?0&J T53TO 1 88 f II 1 II day and night. Rent cars. Wesley Sluli iilUiliHUiU UUi H1!1 owner-235 West Wash-Bt Overland 345. Cons. M. S12. flworlnnrl Pnr The lM'st cai' on cartu uvfiiiano bar n , . Over. G86 24 South Third Ave. 33.3522 CLARA RUE Illustrated Songs. HOPE VERNON, Novel Song and Instrumental M usic. Mcpherson & hughes, Black Face Comedy New Photo Plays. MATINEE: 2:15 Wed. & Sat. Continuous Performance From 10 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. Now, cozy theater; best pictures; courteous treatment assured. Moving pictures, 4000 feet each. Change Mnn, Thurs. and Sat. licensed Films Riographs, Vitagraphs, Lubin, Selig and Pathe. Daily Matinees. 2:45- reoory Ferguson, Mchn & Co. Exclusive Distributors for Arizona First Ave. and Monroe St. STUDEBAKSR, E. M. FM and FLANDERS. Every thing for the Automobile car ried in stock. First and Van Buren Sts. Vulcanizing of all kinds done promptly, work guaranteed out of town work tollcited. 210 West Washington St Overland Phone 2. All kinds of Machine Work, Auto Re nairina and Storaqe. 23 and 27 North Second street. Phone' 42S; Black 93G1. Most Complete Line Built by Any Factory DESERT AUTO CO. 308 No. Central Q O D. TREMAINE, Agent Seventh Ave and Adams St. Overland 429 MICHIGAN "40" REO THE FIFTH AND KRIT AUTO AGENCY Rf-nalrine. machine work, supplies, and storage. Successors to Arizona Motor Co. and Transcontinental Auto Co. I'i8-110 North Second ave. Phone Over. 381 and 40 All Styles of Bodies Co. Agent for the I. H. C. Com mercial Truck. Next to Hotel Adams. rrr, . , v- r m i v t ii k m ARKKT TODAY GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Arizona Corner Second and Adams Streets G-pasaenger, $675. Runabout, $600. edward rudolph, 417-413 West Washington St. Agent fr Maricopa and Pinal Counties. MOTORCYCLE Rides Like a Pull man. The silent grey , fellow. PHOENIX CYCLE CO, 133 N. Center 37-54 M & H AUTO SALES CO. 9-221 North First St. Phone 12 1G. (Goodrich Tires and Tubes. Moao gram Olis and Greases. Tires ani tubos vulcanized. Overland 1101 Cons M. 461. 315-317 N. Central Avenue. AUTO CO., Agents for Columbui ic. Coll and Magneto repairing battery recharging plant R. J. JONES. 229 East Adams WOMAN'S STORY MADE PUBLIC Mrs. Moncrief Didn't Con sider It Secret. Thought Friends Should Know. Read Her Statement BELTOX, Texas. Mrs. Ethel Mon crief, of this place, says: 'I suffer ed with a complaint peculiar to wo men, and although I called in the doctors,, they failed to do me any good. Then, I began to take Cardiu the woman's tonic. From the first dose, I could feel results, and, in u short time, I was relieved of all my dreadful suffering My friends were surprised to see the results I obtained from the use of Cardui, I just couldn't help tell ing them. It built up my system wonderfully. I do not want to be without Cardui in my house, as long as I can obtain it. It is a true relief for womanly troubles. I can't praise it too highly. In the past half century, thousands of ladies have written, like Airs. Moncrief, to tell of the benefit re ceived from the use of Cardui. Such testimony from earnest wo men, surely indicates the merit of this woman's remedy. Cardui contains pure, harmless veg etable ingredients, which act in a gentle way on all the weakened wo manly organs. It cannot do you harm, and is al most sure to be the very medicine you need. It's good for young and old. Please give Cardui a trial. X. B. Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special In structions on your case and 64-page book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent in plain wrapper. 0 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (07055) Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at Phoenix, Ari zona, January 13th, 1913. Xotice id hereby given that Ed ward L. Xarramore, of Gila Bend, Arizona, who, on October 20, 1909, made Homestead entry Xo. 07055,' for NE!4 Section 12, Township g S. Range 6 W., G. & S. R. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the register and receiver, U. S. Land Office, at rhoenix, Arizona, on the 18th day of February, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: Josiah J. Anderson, Andrew F. Dil lon, Lambert Frye, Albert Stout, all of Gila Bend, Arizona. FRANK II. PARKER, Register. o Hire a little salesman at Xhc Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. o NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (03976) Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, January 13th, 1913. Xotice is hereby given thai Alice Bart'ett Xorton, of Phoenix, Arijona, who, on December 9th, 1907, made Homestead entry No. 03976, for W SWU. Sec. 28; NE'iNK'i, Sec. 32; NW4NW, Section 33, Township 3 X, Range 3 E. G. & S. R. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make five year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Phoenix, Arizona, on the 14th day of February, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: Joseph II. Piper, Mabel F". Xorton, Nellie M. Howard, all of Phoenix, Arizona, Leslie II. Rhuart. FRANK II. PARKER, Register. c NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (014308) Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at Phoenix, Ari zona, January 13th, 1913. Xotice is hereby given that Frank M. Liscom, of Phoenix," Arizona, who, on May 6th, 1911, made Homestead entry, Xo. 014308, for SE'4SE',4 of Sec. 7; S2SW4. NEViSW'4, Section 8. Township 3 X., Range 3 E., G. & S. R. Meridian, has filed notice of in tention to make commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Register and Re ceiver, U. S. Land Office, at Phoenix, Arizona, on the 14th day of February, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses. J. L. Burcham, Frank J. Lyman, John J. Clark, Phillip Bottler, all of Phoenix, Arizona. FRANK II. PARKER. Register. o NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of K. Urasaki, deceased Xotice Is hereby given by the under signed administrator of the Estate of K. Urasaki. deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first pub lication of this notice to the said ad ministrator at 329 W. Adams St., Phoe nix, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate In said County of Marico pa. A. H. McLELLAN, Administrator of the Estate of K. Ura saki, deceased. Dated this 23rd day of Dec. A. D. 1912 HYDERS BTORE DE LUXB 1(11 ISS MAKES INITIAL BOW AT ELKS THURSDAY Delightful Entertainment Now Ready for Presenta tion After Weeks of Care ful Preparation; Many Handsome Costumes DANCE IN HONOR $ OF THE SEASONS F i r s t Announcement of Complete Program; Will Give Two Performances; Miss Dora Kinsman Tal ented Directress The initial performance of the Kis mess of the seasons will take place to sinf'c tvening r-t the Elk's thcair. The Guild of the Trinity Pro-Cathedral will present this artistic attraction which is to be given under the direc tion of Miss Doris Kingman. The long line that formed before the box office of the Empress yesterday morning and waited patiently for hours for the window U open testify the interest the affair hai aroused and indicated standing room only houses for both Thursday and Friday een ings. T-.e last dress rehearsal has been given and all is in readiness for one of the most artistic amateur attractions ever offered in Phoenix. The patrons include: Patrons. Rt. Rev. J. W. At wood, bishop of Arizona; The Very Rev. William Scar lett, dean of Trinity Pm-Cathedral; the Rev. Bertrand R. Cocks, archdea con; Joseph H. Kibbey, E. J. Bennitt, Dr. Ancil Martin, Edward Kent, Her bert B. Atha. J. Fred Cleaveland, Dr. John Dennett, Dr. Charles A. Van der Veer, Howard S. Reed, J. K. Wheat, Geo. Purdy Bullard, Barry M. Goldwa ter, W. B. Twitchell, W. Bennett Gough, Franklin D. Lane. Harry R. Trittle, Geo. M. Halm. Fred A. Woolsey, L. H. Chalmers, Dwight B. Heard, John W. Crenshaw, Charles II. Fitch, W. A. Parish, Preston T. Slayback, Gordon Tweed. Wm. S. Seabury, Ernest W. Lewis, Edward A. Marshall, Wm. H. Hartranft, Walter Bennett, Dr. H. J. Jepsop. The program which was arranged by Mr?. Charles Van der Veer and Mrs. Howard Reed, the Kermiss managers follows: Spring. 1. Spirit of Spring. Miss Martha Hogsett. Song "The Year is at the Spring", Browning. The dance of the flowers. 2 Apple Blossoms: Jane Farish, Marcia Van der Veer, Elizabeth Rede will, Etheldreda Seabury, Sylvia Lewis, Ruth Baum. Chaperone, Mrs. Charles A. Van der Veer. 3 Violets: Marion Bennett, Harriot Tritle, Mary Louice Finney, Phillipa Jones, Lispenard Seabury, Lady Mary Francis, Elinor Stahl. Chaperone, Mrs. Ernest W. Lewis. 4 Tree Spirit: Miss Mabel Xovinger. 5 Shamrocks: Gertrude Evans, Eu genia Kennan, Georgeane Barnes. Eli nor Wilkinson, Dorothy Tufts. Chape rone, Mrs. Asa B. Kenna. 6 March. Hares: Chapman Reed, Moiris Shaw. 7 Rain: Mary Sloan, Helen Firth, Ellen Burton, Alberta Scofield, May wood Spellman. Chapcront, Mrs. Shir ley Christy. The flowers droop. 8 Sunchine Fairies: Jessie Elinor Patton, Dorothy Davies. The flowers revive. Summer. 9 Spirit of Summer: Mrs Franklin D. Lane. Song (a) The Yellowham- mer, Liza Lehman; (b) The Starling. Liza Lehman: (c) Sunbeams, Ronald; accompanist, Mrs. H. Torrance. 10 Poppies: Eugenia Kennan, Geor geane Barnes. Grace Tharaldson. Hat- tie Lou Stone, Mary Janice Hulett, Gertrude Evans. Chaperone, Mrs. John W. Crenshaw 11 The Moth and the Flame: Miss Doris Kingman. 12 Roses: Miss Rema Dorr is, Mrs. Charles McArthur, Miss Rowena Dedt", Mrs. Royal W. Lescher, Miss Katharine Kennan. Red Rose, Miss Grace Tuttle. Chaperone, Mrs. Royal W. Lescher. 13 Song: Honey Bees, Misses Mil dred and Lucile Hart. 14 Bachelor Buttons Mr. Charles Mc Arthur, Mr. Tom Trent, Mr. Edward A. Marshall, Mr. Frederick Logan. Chap erone, Mrs. Howard S. Reed. Autumn. la Spirit of Autumn: Mrs. Howard S. Reed. Reading, Money Musk. Accom panist, Mrs. Torrance. 16 Harvesters: Miss Katherine Kennan, Mr. Donald Greene, Miss Ruth Jessop, Mr. Royal W. Lescher, Mrs. George M. Halm, Mr. Tom Trent. Mrs. Robert M. Peabody, Mr. Robert M. Peabody. Chaperone, Mrs. Royal W. Lescher. " 17 Pumpkins: Jack Firth, Tom Firth, Louis Chalmers, Harry Wiberg. Chaperone, Mrs. Ancil Martin. 18 Chrysanthemums: Winifred Waite, Dorothy Pickrell, Doris Christy; Mary Christy Adeline Plath, Helen Plath, Angela Marshall, Mary Jose phine Collings, Edith James, Carolyn Burtis, Martha Casey, Elinor Sheldon, Dorothy Slayback. Chaperone, Mrs. W. Bennett Gough. 19 Golden Rod and Asters: Miss Alice Redewill,- Mr. Harold Bergman, Miss Helen Brownback, Mr. Wm. An derson. Chaperone, Mrs. George M. Halm. 20 Autumn leaves: Miss Edith Thompson. Miss Sue Leonard, Miss May Hurley, Miss Grace Gordon, Miss Ada Bovell, Miss Helen Tuft, Miss Helen Viault, Mrs. Ferguson. Chap- ANTEDILUVIAN FEED PLANNED Harry Welch Celebrates Birthday With Luncheon to Newspaper Men at Which Passing Strange Dishes Will Bc Served A $0.50 luncheon at the Adams, augmented by some ili-shes hat must be called anarchronistiv, at least, is the birthday present of Harry Welch to the pencil pushers of Phoenix, the smme b4ng the new? papermen of this city. Harry 'has had the "dawn of America" and such oarly history on his mind in connection wi'th ithe pageant of the spring festival, and the effects of such lancient thoughts has been startling For that reawon, possibly, his unenu for the birthday luncheon includes bread made fram wheat out of the tombs of Egypt, Aztec beans, corn from Cliff Dwell ings, perhaps some strange prehis toric fish fnom the then shallow Colorado, not yet dug to its present mile of de-ith. The only modern part of the lunch eon will be an ostrich egg, carefully prepared after the recipe that is known now only to Mr. Welch, him self. It is not 'likely, however, he will attempt to "get" the bartender at the Adams as Hie did the mixologist at a Frisco hotel by asking for itwo bits worth of sherry to float and fgg. and then producing the ifruit of an ostrich. At any rate, the feed will as Harry says in his note, live long in the history of Phoenix. Whenever Harry starts out to do soun'cltbing odd, he generally finds an outre way to do it, which brings him the notice and admiration of all ihis friends, and those who hear of tihe feait. He cau tiously refrains from saying in hi.s invitaition What the actual age is. But that is a matter that he will be allowed to keep Jiis own secret. Part of the letter wihieh was addressed to all ithe newspaper men in town reads: "I would very much like to have you take lunch with me on Wednesday, at the Adams. It will be informal, entirely, and you will get nothing more than the regular fifty cent lunch. However, I am planning a few extras, such 'as an ostrich egg. and I have had some bread nmade from wheat it ken from the tombs of the Egyptians. We will also have corn taken from the Cliff Dwellings, and some Aztec beans, which antedate the Flood ; those together with your charming company will make a little repast which will live long in the hiatory of Phoenix. Lunch will be ready at 12:15 promptly. And besides k is my birthday. .Yours very truly, HARRY WELCH. o FOILS A FOUL PLOT When a shameful plot exists be tween liver and bowels to cause dis tress by refusing to act, take Dr. King's Xew Life Pills, and end such abuse of your system. They gently compel right action of stomach, liver and bowels, and restore your health and all good feelings. 25c at all druggists. Advertisement. o AN EARLY OPENING ; OF CEMENT PIPE FACTORY New Machines Will be Installed With in a Week The machines for the new cement pipe company at the corner of Sixth and Jackson streets arrived yester day and it was announced that the factory would be in operation within a week. The machines will be in stalled by Guy Allen late of Boulder, Col., the patentee of the machines and one of the members of the local company. These machines are the latest in cement pipe making and they are the only ones in existence that will make the "hell" on the pipe similar to that on vitrified pipe. The work is done in a way. automatically, the tamping of the cement in the dies being done by the machine. For this reason two men operating the Allen machine may turn out as much pipe as the seven men who are required to operate the old style machine. It is the intention of the company to manufacture pipe for various pur poses and the members of the com pany believe that they can make it to the advantage of farmers to use the pipe in their laterals. The pipe will be of sizes ranging from three inches to four feet in diameter. The pipe will cost a little less than vit llfied pipe. eror.e, MirfS Kingman. 21 Black Eyed Susans: Melba Rd-ziene,- Gerald Roziene, Chap:iv.n Reed, Robert Torrance, Morris Shaw. Chap erone, Mrs. Howard S. Reed. , Winter. 22 Spirit of' Winter: Mrs. Franklin D. Lane. Song, Selected. 23 Snow Flakes: Ruth Burtis, Ruth Speakman, Ruth Behn, Elinor ITuIett. Mary Culver. Chaperone, " Mrs. Otto A. Speakman. 24 North Wind, Mr. Archiball Gat ter. 25 Icycles: Walter Martin, Smith Pickrell,- William Gough, Archie Min hinnick. Chaperone, Mrs. Ancil Mar tin. 26 Snow Drops: Misses Mildred and Lucile Hart. 27 Holly and Mistletoe: Miss Rnth Dorris, Mr. Sidney Boddinghouse, Miss Mabel Hocher, Mr. Charles Isham, Miss Selma Goldberg, Mr. Augene Goldman, Miss Rema Dorris, Mr. Cunningham. 28 Sleigh Bells: Mr. John Renker Kibbey, Mr. Donald Greene. 29 Grand Finale. Good-bye, every body. Hart Brothers orchestra. All That's Best in materials, style and workmanship in men's fine clothes is told in three words : Hart Schaffner and Marx . sold in Phoenix by "Where it pays to pay cash" RED T Look over this list of bargains; then call and see what this sale means to vou. Vernis Martvn Beds, worth $25.00, now. $15.00' White Enamel Beds, worth $10.00, now. . .$ 8.50 Dining Tables worth $17.50, now $13.00 China Closets (Oak), worth $37.50, now. .$25.00 Morris Chairs, worth $12.00, now $ 9.50 Morris Rockers, worth $15.00, now.. $10.00 Mahoganv Rockers, worth $15.00, now $ 7.50 Solid Oak Dressers, worth $25.00, now $18.00 Princess Dressers, worth $30.00, now $22.50 Less Than Actual Cost This is a genuine MOXEY RAISIXG SALE. We have raised no prices, many article.? are going at LESS than ACTUAL COST. OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN, as we must move a large part of our immense stock and MUST RAISE .MONEY IMMEDIATELY for new stock. OUR ENTIRE STORE is tagged with the fatal RED TAG. costs are not considered. 'PRESENT PRICES WERE NEVER HEARD OF IX ARIZONA BEFORE" ALL GOODS ARE GUARANTEED GENUINE. V THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY FOR FURNITURE. COME IN AND EXAMINE FOR YOURSELF. Massie and Sons 114-16 West Washington Street REMOVAL NOTICE A. R. TAVERN ER (PIANOS) Will Remove to 213 W. Washington Street Where a large and complete stock of everything musical will be carried; will also handle the cele brated White Sewing Machines. There is Only One That is LsuzsntSue Birmn Qm Sin Save USED THE WORLD OVER TO CORE A COLO IK QUE DAY. Always remember the full name. for this signature on every box. 1 MMMMNMWWW Salev Phone 622 Look 25c. 1