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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1913.
MME. LEO AND HER TOY
RHODES AND MCFARLAND
Spectacular music, comedy singing
New Violin Impersonations
Finest Motion Pictures
Matinee Sunday, 2:15
DE VERNE & VAN
Featuring the woman with the
JIMMIE ROSE & EDDIE POWELL
The original blackface artists
The original in songs, patter and
Matinee 2:15 Wed. and Sat.
Starting today fur 3 days. Entire
change of program. "Scheme on
Papa," (comedy playlet); "Logan the
Cat loonist" and Hart Sisters. New
motion pictures. Matinee Saturday
and Sunday 2 p. m.
IL A HH A 1R1 7A The Little Minister
Adapted from J. M. Parries famous story
Automobiles, Garages and Accessories
Ahlquist & Co.
All kinds of Machine Work Auto Re
pairing and Storage. 25 and 27 North
Second Street. Phone 428; Black 9361
Southwestern Motor Co.
Kxclusive Distributors for Arizona
309-11-13 North Central Ave.
STUDEBAKER, E. M. F.,
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 solicited.
210 West Washington Street
Overland Phone 626
Most Complete Line Built
by Any Factory
DESERT AUTO CO.
308 North Central
and polished. $1.25. We call
tor your car. THIRD AVE.
WASH RACK bet. Adams
&. Washington on 3rd Ave.
V. I). TREMAINE, Agent
Corner Seventh Ave. and Adams St.
MIGHTY MICHIGAN "40"
REO THE FIFTH
AND KRIT AUTO AGENCY
Successors to Arizona Motor Co. and
Transcontinental Auto Co.
Repairing, machine work, supplies, and storage
108-110 North Second Ave. Phone Over. 381
2 Models ?0 and 40 All Styles of Bodies
Mc ARTHUR & MORSE CO.
Phoenix'Garagc, 319 Ctntral Avenue
Goings Vehicle Co.
Agents for the I. H. C. Com
mercial Truck, Next to Hotel
MARICOPA ELECTRIC AUTO CO.
Agents for Columbus Electric, Coil
and Magneto repairing and battery
recharging a specialty. R. J. Jones,
313 North Central Ave.
Ford Motor Cars
THK EASIEST HIDING CAK ON THE MARKtCT
GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Arizona
Corner Second and Adams Street
5-passenger, $675. Runabout, $600.
417-419 West Washington St. Agent
for Maricopa and Pinal Counties.
MOTORCYCLE Rides . Like a Pull
man. The silent gray fellow.
PHOENJX CYCLE CO, 133 N. Center
M. & II. AUTO SALES CO
219-221 North First St.
Hell Motor Car
II. G. MURPHY,; Agt.
231-235 West Washington .. St.
OF E. B. GAGE
Death at San Francisco
Yesterday of a Man
Who Had Been Fore
most in the Building of
Motor Supply Co.
Goodrich Tires and Tubes. Mond.
gram Oils and Greases. Tires an4
tubes vulcanized. Overland 103-
Cons. Main 461. "
315-317 North Central Avenue
Storage, repairs and supplies. Open
day and night. Rent cars. Wesley
A. Hill, owner. 235 West Wa6h. St.
Overland 345. Cons. ; Main 312.
The best car on earth
OVERLAND AUTO CO.
Over. 686. 24 South Third Ave.
E. B. Oage, who has had as much
to do with the affairs of Arizona as
any man who ever lived in it, died
yesterday at San Francisco. A tel
egram announcing his death was re
ceived yesterday afternoon by II.
J. M'Clung of the Phoenix National
Batik, with which Mr. Cage had
been connected for many years as
Mr. Oagv would have been seventy
four years of age next October. The
cause of death was an incurable dis
ease of which be had been suffering
for many years and for which he
had submitted to numerous opera -1
He had been a resident of Arizona
for a generation. He settled first at
Tombstone soon after the opening of
that great camp and in a short time
became the foremost figure in the
mining industry there. He was pres
ident of the Tombstone Mining and
Milling company. With the shutting
down of operations at that camp,
Mr. Oage became president of the
Congress Consolidated Cold Mining
company and there formed his first
association with V. M. Murphy.
He became a director of the Santa
I'V, Prescott and Phoenix railroad,
and after that was an important fig
ure in the Development, Company of
America, in charge of operations at
Tombstone when the company took
over all those properties which had
long lain idle.
Mr. Cage was elected president of
the Phoenix National Bank in l!)oo
and retained that position until three
years ago when he was compelled by
ill health to resign. At the same
time he ceasfd all other activities
and went to San Francisco where he.
resided with his nephew, Arthur N.
The wife of Mr. Gage died at San
Francisco eleven years ago. At the
time of her death Mr. Gage was
lying in the same hospital. His only
relatives are a brother. George N.
Gage, formerly of Tempe but now
living in Los Angeles; Arthur X.
Gage, a nephew, who was with him
at the time of his death, and the
wife of Dr. Dennett of this city, a
Mr. Gage held only one official
position and he looked back upon
his work in that with greater satis
faction than uion any of his great
achievements for the development of
Arizona. He was the chairman of
the capitol commission under whose
direction the capltol building was
constructed without a dollar of graft
entering into the structure, which is
said to be the best public building
in the United States for the money.
Mr. Gage was more than a man
of big affairs. He was a most cour
teous gentleman at all times and
perhaps there is not a pioneer in
Arizona who will not mourn his
End of a Damage Suit in Superior
Reo Motor Trucks
I.TON, 850;. 2'$-TON, 12200;
Complete, delivered In Phoenix.
WALTER HILL CO., Ariz. Agents.
Second Ave. and Jefferson Street
Williams Rubber Co.
Arizona Distributor :
Goodyear No Rim Cut '
II C M-LI -Y- I '
The case of Harry Berner against
J. L. Tremalne, an action for dam
ages for injuries sustained by the
plaintiff when he was struck by an
automobile driven by the defendant,
was tried in superior court yesterday
The accident occurred at the corner
of Center and Adams street on July
4 of last year. Several witnesses were
examined for the plaintiff. There was
testimony as to the circumstances of
the accident and the extent of the in
jury. The defendant did not appear
and the jury returned a verdict
awarding the plaintiff GOOt). Struck
meyer and Fisher appeared for Ber
ner. At the time of the accident the
plaintiff, who is now connected with
the customs service at Nogales, was
a resident of Phoenix. He left last
night for home. He was anxious to
be there for he lives about 100
yards from the Mexican boundary
and serious trouble is expected there.
At the time Mr, Berner left Juan
Cabral, at the head; of 1000 consti
tutionalists was approaching Nogales,
Sonora ; which -was - defended by
Colonel KoStetiitzky with a small force
of nirales in addition to the regular
garrison of about 300 ' men.
, .A. few days ago Colonel Koster
lltzky was on the American side and
told Col. Smith commanding thj;
American forces that:he was obliged
to fight since there was no way to
get out of the town, unless he should
be allowed to take his' soldiers over
American territory.- Col. Smith was
not prepared to give , his consent and
Kosterlitzky said then he would not
surrender so Jong as his men were
able to fight. They are well supplied
with arms and ammunition. They
have one machine gun but no cannon.
SOME SOCIOLOGIC QUESTIONS?
Is divorce a necessity or a luxury?
Is wealth a vice or a crime?
Is marriage a dream or an awaken
ing? Is love a doubt or a belief?
-' Is woman a condition or a theory?
.' Is man a precept or an example?
Is honesty a rumor or a reality?
Is beauty a fact or a farfcy?
Is society a union or an open shop?
; Is poverty a habit or a hereditament?
!jr - Life.
For your Faster needs, for your Spring needs. Distinctiveness,
Originality and Elegance are the striking features of the goods now
on show and sale. Our display of ( 'ostumes, Suits, Coats and Dresses
is so comprehensive 'that every legitimate need has been carefully looked
into. The styles we are showing are produced by the ingenuity of fatuous
designers iii foreign lands and are changed to meet the taste of Amer
ican women. Whether you are contemplating Theater, Dinner, After
noon or Evening Gown or something smart and fashionable for Easter,
you should inspect our magnificent display, specially selected for just
such functions. Never in the history of the Ready-to-Wear Section
have such beautiful creations been conceived. The blending of the soft
and subtle colorings in the richest of fabrics, the bewildering styles and
the many new and daringly beautiful ideas in trimming leave nothing
to be desired. We are more thoroughly equipped than ever.
AYe are in position today to supply every demand. Our purchases are Crowding in upon
y express. 1 lie styles are the most beautiful ever shown. Bulgarian colors and Balkan
much in evidence while the Paris millinery is exquisite. And if you want an untrimmed shape,
the largest assortment here with trimmings flowers, etc., that express the glory of Spring
Your Easter Order
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Your Easter Order
NEW $7000 INDIAN
SCHOOL TO BE BUILT
For Salt River Indian Reservation.
Growth in Two Years
Next week will witness the start
ing of the new jTicjli school building
on the Salt River Indian reservation
about eight miles east of Phoenix,
according to Agent C. C. Colein,
who was a visitor in Phoenix yester
day. Cnlimited prosperity awaits the
Indians of the reservation just as
soon as they c;1n get the water sup
plies they want. Remarkable suc
cess has been met in introducing
new crops among the red men. No
table among the crops is corn, with
which one Indian took first, prize
at the last state fair. Peruvian alf
alfa, which is so hardy it sloo th
frost last month without withering a
mite has been planted from seed
secured at Sacaton, and three crops
were cut the first year.
Mr. Cole took charge at the agency
two years ago when there was but
one shack in sight. In the two years
there has been added a set of up
to date brick houses with all mod
ern appliances. His visit to Phoenix
was chiefly to secure postoffice sup
plies for the station. ,
There are about 7.Mi" acres of very
fertile land in the reservation -md
as time goes on it is being taken
up, allotted and otherwise given iu'.o
the hands of the Indians. The cr p
ped area increases every month.
The Hopi village near the agency
was the scene of Ralph Karle's pic
ture taking for the Pathe 'See Amer
ica First" series, in which Covern-jr
Hunt is u prominent actor.
1 learn from a newspaper paragraph
that Mrs. Pankhursi announced her
intention of "doing everything con
stitutional or unconstitutional,"' to
avenge on the present government
the -evasion of her claims. I do not
in the least complain of that. My
present attitude towards practical
politics, especially in this matter, is
gloomy, but imparital. I think the
statesmen have thoroughly deserved
their suffragettes. 1 think the suffra
gettes have thoroughly deserved their
statesmen. Even if I hated either
of them much worse than I do, I
could not wish either of them a worse
fate than to be brought in contact
with the other. The demand for a
vote at this moment is a quibble as
dehumanized and unnatural as Shy
lock's demand for a pound of flesh.
Hut I willingly agree that the politi
cian's way of getting out of it has
been as pednic and fanciful as
Portia's own quibble about the drop
of blood. 1 think the women are
wrong if they say they are right:
but right if they say they are wrong.
And I do feel that there is some
thing rather despicable about those
who quibble on the right side, who
use unnatural tricks when they could
easily appeal to Nature, and trust
only to private intrigue when they
might safely trust public opinion. I
am not defending the politicians
rgainst the suffragettes; far from it.
The living millions of this eo':nry, ei
loth .so.rs would clear sua fussy
feminism out of the way much more
Promptly and practically than the politician-
have done The ancient hu
man tradition which gives to the fe
male the private house and to the mal
the public house (called in decay the
parliament) would be overwhelmingly
reaffirmed by any referendum, and still
more by any mob.
YOU.NG BLADES WILL SPURN YOU IF THEY THINK YOU'RE IN -PURSUIT
OF THEM," AVERAGE YOUNG MAN WAKNS KID SISTER
TWAT wiu- Peove IfcPtl CuLriVATp TUff -
f DAy TO J JL ABLE" TO PASf A oJh
xJ) (I Come.' ' wCl 6coiP Of Bovs WVCur jrVKZy
THREE MODERN BRICK HOUSES, NOS. 516, 518 AND 520 NORTH SEVENTH AVENUE
ALSO NO. 1509 WEST JACKSON STREET (Seven-Room Frame).
THURSDAY, MARCH 13TH, AT 1:30 P. M.
The above modern residences, .built of good brick, in a choice residence section, all new with modern conveniences, near schools, stores and
churches. Just the modern home you have been looking for may. now be bought at your own price, on reasonably easy terms.
TERMS Y2 CASH AND BALANCE 6 MONTHS TO 2 YEARS. Interest at Eight Per Cent on
Evtryhody come These houses must sell. A chance to get the biggest bargain in a modern residence ever sold in Phoenix.
(Vme to This Sale. For Free Street (Tickets and Other Information Ring Up 386 or
Call at 10 East Adams Street.
ARIZONA AUOTION & DEVELOPMENT GO.
' v ' 1G East Adams Street. - ' .
W. G. TOLLESON, Sec-Treas. B. AY. GETSIXGER, Conductor.
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