THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1914
QUICK SERVICE SAVES TIME
The following Phoenix Merchants whose announcements appear here are
Special Service Houses for Quick Delivery
PICK UP THE RECEIVER RING
These Merchants will do the rest. A trial will convince you of the value
of this feature of the Republican
DO THE WORK
Specialties in Ladies' and Men's Pan
ama, hat. 1.00 for bleaching and
This is The Sign
in plumes. Every sale means a de
Arizona Ostrich Farm
108 N. Central Ave. Phoenix
QUALITY AND SERVICE
It's the Busy Man who has the most time to do
what is to be done. It's the Busy Lumber Co. that
deliveries promptly, that's the
Everything for the Builder
We Serve a
SPECIAL CHICKEN DINNER
Every Sunday Noon, 35c.
12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m.
145 W. Monroe, Opp. Y. M. C. A.
Repairing, Adjusting and Finishing
C. C. Stevens, Prop.
Office with Cavclier & Co., Paperhang
crs and Painters, 108 E. Adams St.
Phoenix Electric Vacuum Carpet
Cleaning Co. Disinfecting and Spray
ing our specialties. Price cut in two.
50c per carpet
FRANK SMITH, Prop. ....
119 W. Jackson
J. G. BELT
11 Monihon Building
New System Dentist
Work Absolutely Painless. Los An
geles prices. You can make prompt
appointment by phone.
I Conboy Drug
S Company f
EVERYTHING IN DRUGS 1
First Street and Adams I
Prompt delivery anywhere in city. j
756 - - 624
;! Fruit Trees, Ornamental Trees and
I t. M. MELVILLE 1
Polk and First Sts.
Phone ( 3Q6 Lou
it CLEANERS? In 1
A WHO? A
I W. P. Russell
EpJb Upstairs in Irvine Building,. 35 E. 63fB
ijtt Washington St. jri
if Best Equipped Studio in Arizona. 1
All Photographer A
; Prompt and Artistic Work Guaranteed
DO IT ELECTRICALLY
Everything in the Electric Line. When
in need of any,
The Electric Phone for Phoenix is
1G South Central Ave.
BUTTER, CHEESE, MILK AND
Retail wagons cover all parts of city.
Ask for Retail Wagon Department
Phones 1 126 & 594
Distributing and Forwarding Agents
Freight, Baggage and Express deliv
ered to any part of the city. Nothing
too large or too small.
42 South Central Ave., Phoenix, Ariz.
Second Hand Cars bought and sold.
Satisfaction guaranteed on auto re
pairing is what we mean.
229 East Adams Street.
Smith & Dewey, Proprietors
Skating Rink to Be Im
proved So That Floor Can
Be Removed in Summer
Where Plunge Pools Will
Announcement was made last night
of a big Improvement in the city of
Phoenix that will be hailed with de
light by the people of Phoenix, and
very particularly by the younger men.
Phoenix is to have what has long been
wanted, a big, clean modern natato
rium. E. G. Eastman, who owns the.
big skating rink at the corner of First
and Polk Streets, has now completed
all plans and has let the contracts to
the various artisans for the contsurc
tion of this natatorium, which will be
gin about the first of the month or im
mediately upon the close of the Brown
Curry meetings which are now being
held In the skating rink. Mr. Eastman
has arranged to use this big piece- of
property for a double purpose nata
torium Jn the summer time and a skat
ing rink in the winter time.
The big floor will be removed In sec
tions and stored away ready to be re
placed for skating in the fall. The en
tire building will be used for the nata
torium, a natatorium that is to be 62
feet by 140 feet. The pool will be
built of concrete and will be from 18
inches to nine feet in depth. A large
sum of money is tobe spent to make
this place a thoroughly sanitary one,
one with every possible comfort.
There will be a steady flow of water
so that it will be fresh all the time.
The big tank will be drained and
washed daily. The plans call for 250
dressing rooms. Eastman has placed
an order for 1000 bathing costumes
which will Insure plenty of dry and
clean suits at all times. He has also
placed an order for 2500 special bath
An orchestra balcony has been
planned for there will be music every
The natatorium will be open from
eight in the morning until eleven at
night. Mr. Eastman announces that it
will be his strict endeavor to give the
people of Phoenix not only a thor
oughly sanitary place, but one that will
be conducted with thorough order at
all times, and no sick people will be
allowed. Plunges, spring boards and
various athletic apparatus will be In
stalled. An expert swimming Instruc
tor will be engaged to teach swimming,
gratis. Another thing that will be of
Interest Is the fact that there will be a
separate pool partitioned from the main
one where only women will be allowed.
There are promised many exhibitions
and feature attractions during the
summer, and the big Eastman nata
torium doubtless will prove to be one
of the several new factors tending to
keep more people in Phoenix during
the summer .season.
Mr. Eastman Intends to have the na
tatorium so built so as next fall the rol
ler skating floor will be replaced. This
he has arranged to do on the first day
of November, so as to be in good run
ning order before Fair week. He has
already placed an order for an addi
tional six hundred pairs of skates with
the Richardson Skate Company of
Chicago. These skates will all have
fibre roller which are considered es
a3 Wfc 0V iptiei stock co
TERM IS ENDED
One of Longest Terms is
Over Judge Sawtelle to
Remain in Chambers Un
til April G, When April
Flynn has left the criminal record
The couit attaches will by no
means drop their activity of the past
few weeks. Although the next term
will not comprehend such a mass of
cases as the last one, there still re
mains much to be done in preparation.
WOMEN AND BANKS
One of the longest federal court
terms on record ended yesterday
when Judge Sawtelle adjourned Un
united States district court's October
sitting shortly after three o'clock.
It has been an interesting term.
Many criminal and civil eases have
been disposed of. The length of the
docket will probably never again be
equalled in the Arizona district cgurt,
for this one was the last term un
der the new provision of the federal
law cutting the state into four divi
sions. The next regular term opens on
April 6, and will be entitled the
April or spring term of the court.
From this date until April 0, nothing
will be considered outside of cham
bers. Few cases remain uncompleted,
or untouched. The dismissal of some
admittedly weak indictments by
United States Attorney Thomas A.
"You've heard a lot of stories
about the fool mistakes women make
when they come to a bank," said a
Well-known paying teller, "and some
of them are true.
"I've seen 'em all the woman who
gets mad when we call her attention
to an overdraft, and then wants to
write a check to make it up; the
woman whose indorsements are
weird all of them.
"But the worst came a few weeks
ago. She shoved a check through
the window without looking ot me.
"Madam, you will have to get
someone to introduce you before I
can cash this check for you.'
" 'Sir,' she answered haughtily, 'I
am here on business, and not mak
ing a social call. I do not care to
know yoi',' " .Bankers' Journal.
Brown I'm going to buy a revolver
and kill myself.
Jones Save the mony. do over
and congratulate Harduppe on his
Doctor Always eat the skin of the
fruit. What is your favorite fruit?
Patient (frightened) Cocoanut!
For information regarding this strong
feature advertising page
Republican's "man" will give you
; Easy to ring and easy to remember.
"The drug store phones for Phoenix"
Elvey & Hulett
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