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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1913
PAGE NINE RHOADES & RHOADES, AUCTIONEERS AUCTION Breeder's Sale 17 Fine Thoroughbred Percheron Stallions, Mares and Colls WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDERS ON THE STATE FAIR GROUNDS, SACRAMENTO Wednesday, September 17, at 10 o'clock A. M. Percheron Stallion, "Blsbee" Foaled Jan. 31, I'.tlo. Color black, star in face little white on nose, weight 17r,u lb.1-'. Dam Fancy, No. sire, Castillion, No. lOSfis. Percheron Stallion, "King Brilliant" Foaled April 12, 1910. Color roan, star in face, weight 1S70 lbs. Dam dypsy Jirl, No. 41731; sire, t'as tillion, No. 10SCS. Percheron Stallion, "Voltaire II" Foaled May IS, 1011. Color bay, black points,, strip in face, weight 13:i0 lbs. Dam, Freda, No. T.7773; pile. Havana, No. f.lL'fiC. Percheron Stallion, "Gold Dust" F..abd Jan. liO, 1911. Color sor rel, star in face, weight ltiuo lbs Dam, Lady Alice, No. 42933; sire, Castillion, No. 16SGS. Percheron Stallion, "Hercules" Foaled April 11. 1911. Color black, star in face, weight lCtlO lbs. Dam. Vera, No. 34.",01. sire, Licole, No. CSCr.O. Percheron Stallion, "Monarch" Foaled Feb. 2. 1911. Odor black, star in face, weight loSO lbs. Dam, Fanchion, No. 2y4nl; sire, Dicole, No. 6SC:"0. Percheron Stallion, "King R" Foaled Dec. 22, 1912. Color black, star in forehead. weight luOo lbs. Dam. Lady Alice, No. 42933; sire, Kestanrant, No. I1S2C3. Percheron Stallion, "Superior" Foaled April 4, 1H12. Color steel pray, star, weight 127 lbs. Dam, Black Bess, No. 4lf,;; sire, Kes tanrant, No. t;S2ti3. Percheron Stallicn, "Restaurant 2d" Foaled June 3, 1912. Color steel gray, strip in face, weight llt',11 lbs. Dam, Vera, No. 34T.G1; sire. Res taurant, No. 0S2C3. Percheron Stallion, "Rudolph" Foaled April 14. 1912. Color bay, strip in face, weight 1240 lbs. Dam, Kuadella, Kestanrant. No. No. 6S2C3. .r)28G2; sire. Percheron Stallion "Steele" Foaled June 12, 1912. Color steel gray, strip in face, little white on left hind foot, weight 1220 lbs. Dam, Gypsy C-i;I, No. 41731; sire, Kestaurant, No. 08203. Percheron Mare, "Daisy Belr" Foaled June 2, 1907. Color black, star, right hind ankle white, weight 17oo lbs. Dam, Daisy, No. G7S; sire, Castillion, No. 16808. Percheron Mar, "Daisy Bell, 2d" Foaled May 9, lints. Color black, both hind feet white, weight 1770 lbs Dam, Daisy, No. 078; sire, Castillion, No. 108C8. Percheron Mare, "Venetian" Foaled April 8, 1910. Color black, weight 1020 lbs. Dam, Vera, No. No. 10808. 34T.01; sire, Castillion, Percheron Mare, Jessie R" Foaled April 25, 1912. Color black, star in face, left hind foot white, weight 11C0 lbs. Dam, Daisy Bell 2.1, No. 17." 03; sire. Restaurant, No. 08203. Perchercn Mare, "Daisy Dean" Foaled March 31. 1912. Color black, star in face, left hind foot white, weight 13oo lbs. Dam, Daisy Bell. No. 10907; sire, Restaurant, No 08203. Percheron Filly, "Ida M" Foaled March 10, 1913. Color black, left hind foot white, weigh 700 lbs. Dam, D:isy Bell, No. 10907; sire, Restaurant, No. 6S2C3. We are instructed by the firm of Stabler Bros., breeders and owners of this Percheron Stock, to dispose of same to the highest bidders during the coming State Fair positively without limit or reserve They are an exceptionally fine lot of individuals, all Thoroughbred PercherOns and Registered All Entered for Premiums at the State Fair. Stockmen and breeders interested ' in Percheron stock should not fail to Investigate this stock and attend this sale The firm of Stadler Bros, is one of the most reliable in California. TERMS One-third cash, balance in two equal payments in six and twelve months with note and approved security and eight per cent in terest. Purchasers from a distance will be required to furnish satisfac tory references for credit. For full particulars in regard to this stock write Mr. A. J. Stalder, at Riverside, Cal., or Mr. Ben A. Rhoades, at 1501-3-;". South Main St., Dos Angeles, Cal., who will personally conduct the sale. Rhoades & Rhoades AUCTIONEERS Office 1501-3-5 South Main St. Los Angeles, Cal J. F. YOU SHOULD WORRY We furnish Insurance against loss or damage by BURGLARS AND THIEVES On Dwellings Personal Baggage Automobiles NATIONAL SURETY COMPANY OF NEW YORK Cleaveland, Gen. Agt. Cor. 2nd Ave. and Washington St. Railroad Time Table Arizona Eastern DEPARTURE 8:15 a. m. for...' Tempe, Mesa and Winkleman 9:40 a. - m. for Tempe, Mesa and Chandler 1:00 p" m. for Tucson, El Pso and Moxican Points 6:00 p. m. for. Los Angeles "Coast Flyer" 6:30 p. m'. for... Tempe, Mesa and Chandler 10:00 p. m. for. .Chicago, Kansas City, New Orleans and Los Angeles ARRIVE .7:15 a. m. from Los Angeles and East 8:15 a. m. from Mesa, Tempe and Chandler 1:45 p. m. from Mesa, Tempe and Chandler 4.45 p m. from Los Angeles and East 5:25 p. m. from Winkleman 8:45 p. m. from Chicagov Kansas City and St. Louis BUCKEYE LI Ne Departure 8:40 p. m. Arrive 12:40 p. m. Lightning Delivery Co. Transfer and Storage 16 S. Center Street PHONES 1756 - 594 ' When we take a job, you can rest assured it will be wel and promptly done. Our new Fireproof Warehouse is the logical place to store your goods. Trunks and Baggage Delivered to All Parts of the City Piano and Furniture Moving a Specialty Messenger Service DEPARTURE 7:45 a. m. for Asto Fork Chicago and West 7:15 p. m. for Los Angeles West 6:30 p. m. for Ash Fork Chicago and East ARRIVE 7:35 a. m. from Los Angeles West 9:00 a. m. from Ash Fork Chicago and East 10:50 p. m. from Ash Fork Chicago and East FURNITURE IN IN NEW OFFICE Fire of Friday Does Not Dote r Karrows-Fooshee Co. from OiK'iiing for Business Before Ashes of Old Establishment Cool Just before noon yesterday, Fire Chief Sullivan directed a force of men v,h had been at work practically all night throwing streams of water upon the burning debris where had until a lew hours before stood the building occupied by the Uarrows-Fooshee Furniture company, to turn off the water and call their work done. About the same time .Messrs. Harrows and Fooshee, in their new headquarters just across the street, announced that it was lunch time and went out to $;et a bite to eat. I was just an other demonstration of the indomit able spirit that has marked the con duit t" the affairs of this concern since its organization about two years ago. Even in the face of past ex periences it was hardly to be expected that the concern would be conducting business at a new stand before the ashes had cooled at the place they hat! the day before been forced to abandon when flames made a quick :-nd clean sweep. But this was ac complished, and while today the Barrows-Fooshee Furniture company has nothing to sell, they are ready to re ceive their old customers and to IMini.se that within thirty r forty das at a locution 'et to be select til, they will be open and ready for business. In the meantime there will be an ample force on hand at all times at the new offices to issue re ceipts for caslt on account. One of the few consoling features of the fire yesterday in which $55,000 worth of furniture and a $15,1100 structure went up in smoke, is in the ffict that all the business records of the company were found intac t in the big safe. The ledger was somewhat charred on the edges but every detail of transaction is available. The books were in safe, these including all furnituie leases, day books, jour nals and cash books. None of these were injured. I'pon the road at the present time are several carloads of high-grade furniture which had been ordered some time ago. This furniture will be on hand within a few weeks ami will form the nucleus of the stock to b: displayed in the new place of busi ness. Incidentally both members of the company are planning to leave lor the east in a few days. While absent they will visit the furniture centers of the country, and upon their return they will be ready to make an important announcement as to their future policy. In the near future they expect to be installed in their future home, the building now occupied by I'ratt-( lilbert Co. at First and Washington streets. The I'ratt Oilbeit company expect to begin shortly the erection of their handsome rew home on South Central avenue, thereby making room for the Bar-rr-ws-Fooshee company, as planned several weeks before the fire. O Horseshoes attached by bolts around the hoof have been patented in Lng-lind. THE NEW QUARTERS OF PHOENIX GARAGE The Most Complete in the Southwest The Phoenix Carage at 321 North Center street announces that they have moved into their new shop and are now ready to care for their enor mous trade in due order. As it has been in the past month or so they have had to do a lot of their re pair work on the street owing to the scarceness of space in the sohp. They now boast of having the finest repair shop on the Pacific slope which includes five concrete pits each of which is electrically lighted. Not being able to turn out the work fast enough with their present force of eight mechanics they will take on two more, Monday morning both being experts. Moving the repair shop will also mean more storage space in the main building as of late they have had to turn down tourists to take care of the local trade first. There are so many motor car owners who are us ing the Garage SERVICE contract that it has been keeping the boys on their toes to live up to their agreements. However, now they can attend to your wants promptly as there has been more men added to the force who will do all in their power to keep up the reputation which has made the PHOENIX OARAGE famous. One of the novelties of the new shop is a shower bath for the boys. It is the aim of the Phoenix Garage to have every convenience for its employes as they believe that good wages and good facilities are neces sary to turn out good work. o Arizona School of Music Phoenix Tenth Year Opens September 15th Unexcelled OPPORTUNITIES for studv in All Departments of MUSIC, EXPRES SION, PERSONAL and PHYSICAL CULTURE, DANCING and LANGUAGES. Announces addition to Faculty of Claude Gotthelf, Conceit Pianist and TEACHER pupil of Rafael Joseffy, Rubin Goldmaek and Joseph Lehvinne as Head of the Piano Department. William Conrad Mills, Tenor Soloist and Teacher of Voice, pupil of J. W. Bischoff, George Goldsmith Deland and Sydney Lloyd Wrightson famous exponents William Shakespeare, London as Director of the Vocal Department. Mary Edna Styles, Dramatic Reader, graduate ofWilliam Woods College, and Col umbia College of Expression, Chicago pupil at Chautauqua, New York Teacher of Expression. Teacher's Normal Course or Training School for Teachers. Effa Ellis System Taught by Mrs. Luther Stewart Arizona Representative. .Kates of Tuition extremely Reasonable for advantages offered. Out of town stud Cuts assisted in securing comfortable boarding places. For further information call or address Mrs. Shirley Christy I Founder and Director to say their efforts are well rewarded by much spontaneous applause. The chorus never looked prettier or danced in a more artistic way. All in all the patrons are missing a treat who do not see this bill. A complete change will be made tomorrow. cess of the skit. Closing the bill are the Woods Musical Trio, a refined mus- ; ical act. using with telling effect the cornet, xylophone and drum. The lat- ! ter instrument being handled by Miss Edith in a most expert manner. Coliseum. The patrons of the Coliseum have a treat in store for them in the shape of the present bill. The three acts ap pearing would be an attraction if placed on any bill, and each being en tirely different, they all go to make up a well balanced vaudeville show. Little olea. the ladv gymnast, presents many dificult feats, all of which are well put over, winning her much favor with the audience. Hunter and Reeves tollow with a neat comedy, singing and danc ing turn, handled in a classy way. A n.irtieular feature of the act is a rag time song success rendered in the spot light, which greatly adds to the suc- The Lamara One of the funniest pictures that has ever been conceived will be shown at the Lamara today and tomorrow, when '"The Midget's Revenge." from the Vitagraph studios, is screened. This picture shows the love afafirs of the Living Skeleton, the Kat Lady, the Fat Man and the Midget. The picture comes to Phoenix with all sorts of recommendations as a laugh getter. The program includes also the Selig film, "A Wordless Message," 'Cinders." another Vitagraph, and a beautiful Edison taken in Abbeyville, Ga., called "Abbeyville Court House." A most pleasant afternoon can be spent at this comfortable little show-house. Lion Theater. "The Smugglers Daughter" a Rex . picture in two reels, will be the princi 1 pal attraction at the Lion tonight. It I is said to be the strongest of the west I ern pictures put out by that company and as the name indicates, the story centers around a young girl. The de votion of the girl to her old father is beautifully depicted and the usual love story in which the hero rescues the heroine and both save the father, and the happy ending. Some beautiful scenery of coast and mountains is shown in the picture and this gives the necessary beauty to an interesting and thrilling story. The one comedy to be on tonights bill is '"Pearl's Admirers" a split Crys tal picture. The story is that of an attractive looking girl who has a score or more of beaus who want to marry her. There are the usual complications and general mixups but the story ends all right with the right man winning out. The Hart. There will be an entire change of (program today at the Hart, botli in the feature pictures and the vaudeville. The comedy playlet for this evening 'being entitled, "Americans Abroad." The spectacular act will be entitled "Ye ' Olde Tyme Songs" by the Hart Stock company, in which a number of pleas ing ballads and classical selections are sung. Any patron of the house desir ing to hear any of the old favorites sung by the company will be accom- odated if the words and music of the I selections are left at the box office, and on the night following the selection will be sung. Harvey Hart will play the trombone. Earl Hart the cornet, and Lloyd T. Hart, the director of music , for the theater, will preside at the ! piano. The new departure of the management is expected to meet with . instant approval. . AMUSEMENTS I Empress. One of the classiest little farces which the Bowker Co. has offered is "A Trip to Turkey", the show is one big laugh in its entirety having in it many opportunities for that brand of wholesome comedy always prevalent at the Empress. No dull waits, and lots of vim and snap are very important features of this wreeks show. William Lawson and Jommy Gibson are the principal laugh provokers and needless the cool mountain breezes and the redolent pines are delightful. its cool at PR.ESCOTT $5.50 THE ROUND TRIP, AUGUST 30 AND 31. RETURN LIMIT, SEPTEMBER SECOND. take a run over the new golf links.