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You need our service
when you need glasses.
D. D. NOHTHRUP
9 Ivist, Adams St.
I 'i-cscri itioti lenses ground
in our own sliop.
Special prices to close out
our liiK' oi rcri'igcratoi's.
lii'iuriii'xT vc have the
0. V. P.. line
we arc malcin
ClKti'lC you to'
; now will
get a '.rood
v than' the
i i vc us a t
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$2i00 to $7.50
3 II 1V. Washington gl
guarantees you safety in real
guarantee against loss
THE ARIZONA TITLE
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TUT W ! ISXSSagrV&Si: i A
134 WEST WASHINGTON STREET
For Picture Framing
The Big Curio on Adams
Of Local Interest
STORED WATER SUPPLY
Water service department report
for .March 21:
Klcvalioii of water ill reservoir,
feet 143. 28
Contents of reservoir, acre ft.. 352, 234
Loss preceding 24 hours, acre
Elevation of water in reservoir,
one year am today, feet .... lijO.tl'J
Contents of reservoir one year
ago today, acre feet 4;ti. 73o
Normal flow of Halt and Verde
rivers, at Granite Reef dam,
M. 1 75,223
Amount of water used for ir
rigation, north side, M. 1 49.US0
Amount of water used for irri
gation, soutli side, M. 1 2,850
LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
: Temperature, degrees 4S
Sensible temperature 43
i Humidity per cent To
! Wind direction SK
j Wind velocity, miles 5
; Rainfall 0
Weather Clear Pt. Cldv
' Highest temperature 76
: Lowest temperature 47
j Mean relative humidity
I Kxeess in temperature yesterday
' Kxeess in temperature since first
I month, 114 degrees.
' Accumulated excess in deficiency in
j temperature since January 1, 2S; de
Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .01
Deficiency in rainfall since first of
month, .3f inch.
Accumulated deficiency in rainfall
since January 1. 1.2.! inch.
Data for Tucson
Highest temperature yesterday 7')
Rainfall yesterday 0
Robert it. priuos,
1 Section Director.
For valley products
Prices paid today by WAR I'ER
HILL CO.. wholesale.
i lit! tier, dairy 25c
! Cheese 13M.C. to 14c
I Hens, do. M.Ou to . .6.50
Chickens, doz JD.Uu to 6.00
; Turkeys 17c to 18c
CALLED TO TEXAS Mrs. W. K.
Spell, vice-president of the Texas
'.ffrire ass"ciat!oii. wiio has been
p 'isii:;- a fortnight in Phoenix, left
I;. si evening for her ln'im: iu Waco, t
TOLLESON IMPROVING W. (J.
Tolirson. the weil-known lealty op
era to;- and tlie father of the town of
Tolicson, is out again after a speil
of indisposition (occasioned hv a se- l
o r cold.
CRAWFORD AT INDIAN SCHOOL
Dan Crawford, the African mission
ary, will deliver an ad-dross this
afternoon at the I'nitcd states In
eian school, in the auditorium, be
ginning at 3:20. The general public
FRED JACOBS ILL Fred C. Jac
obs, r the realty company of that
T aine. has been confined to his home
for Ha- past week or so. Reports
yesterday indicated that he was im
proving and would shortly Vie back
at his office on Ka-st Adams street,
attending to business.
IN THE SUPREME COURT The
supreme court ;il hear the argll
rnents in the appeal fiom Yavapai
county of the case of T. P.. L.
i I.)a ugherty versus the Hermosa Lead
! end Zinc company. This is the case
! in which Judge Phillips, of Mari
jcooa county, was called to sit in
i , lace of Judge Smith, of Yavapai,
i When ,t!ic case comes up for hearing
. on -Monday, Judge W. Cooper, of
, Pim.i county, will sit in the stead of
Judge li. D. Ross, who lias dis
COUNTRY CLUB TEA Mrs. Rob
ert Pea body anil Miss Rath' .lessop
ou n try club tea
in. The auction
Mrs. Dan Lewis.
mong those m attendance were
Jut'ge rind Mrs. Richard K. Sloan,
Mr. ami .Mrs. Uoy S. Coodrich, Mr.
and Mrs. Cordon' Tweed. Mr. and
Mrs. William M. Seabury. Mr. and
Mrs. Ilo.bert Purr Atha, Mr. anil
Mrs. (Irani ShorkU'y, Mrs. nova!
Lescher, Mrs. .Sidney J. Ross, Mrs.
Isaac? Taft Stoddard, Mrs. George Ol
r:ey, Mrs. Dan Lewis. Mrs. Homer
King. Mrs. K. T. Collings, Mrs. Jo
seph Lobit. Mrs. Andrew Miller, JLs.
Warren McArthur, Mrs. .1. W. Koxs.
Mrs. Vernon Cook. Mrs. W. K. Siir.ms,
Mrs. Warren McArthur. Jr., Mrs.
Charles .McArthur, Jr.. Miss Eleanor
Sloan, Miss Margaret
Ruth Ainsuorth. Miss
lies-. Miss Rose Rail
y. Sclma Goldberg.
PRI-;SC )TT PICTTRE Wigwam
today. Advertisement. It
Guarantee & Trust Co.
estate transactions and loans
by reason of faulty titles
safety In Loans
GUARANTEE & TRUST CO.
MRS. GASS RETURNS Mrs. J. R.
Cass, of this city, who for the past
tsvo week has been in Has'Jen "at
the bedshle of her niece, Mrs. S'.ultz,
returned last night from the en; filer j
town, leaving her niece much im- I
pioved in health. j
I MUSIC. AT ST. LUKE'S Mrs.
i Franklin D. Lane and Mrs. E. Payne j
Palmer, assisted by Mrs. Torrance, j
gave a musical afternoon at St.
Luke's home on Thursday. The
patients enjoyed the numbers fully j
and tile affair was voted one of the I
most pleasing of the year. j
DEATH OF FRANK BURGESS ,
l''rank Burgess, a painter svho has j
made his home in Phoenix lor some
considerable time, died yesterday
afte'. noon. He leaves a wife anil one
child, besides numerous relatives in
the south. The remains will be
tared for by the Knights of Pythian,
of which lie was a member. Kuner: 1
arrangements w ill be announced
SOCIALIST MEETING "Economic
and Political Solidarity" will , be the
subject dicussed at 'he socialist meet
ing at the Labor Temple tonight at
(i o'clock. The speaker of the evening,
D. W. Reehtol of Los Angeles, vice
president of the Pacific district coun
cil Xo. 1. 1. B. K. W., is an active
worker in the socialist and union
movements and a speaker of some
prominence. Everybody invited.
CRESSWELL RETURNS O. X.
Cresswell. state inspector of sveigbts
and measures, returned yesterday
morning from his trip over the
southern part of the state. Inspector
I 'resssvell has been appointed by
Governor Hunt, Arizona delegate to
the national convention of weight
inspectors and sealers.
GOVERNOR TO TUCSON Gov
ernor Hunt, v, ith ' .Supreme Secretary
Giles of the Loyal Order of Moose,
Mrs. Giles and Xational Director C.
G. Ileum as his guests, drove over
land to Tucson yesterday. The parts
stopped at Florence for lunch, reach
ing Tucson in time for supper.
COMMISSION ALL BACK The
members ef the state tax commission
are again all back in Phoenix from
th- swoop around the circle made
dining the last ten days for the
purpose of consulting with the vari
ous counts' assessors. Commissioner
Miller, who stayed behind a day,
arrived yesterday morning. On Mon
day the commissioners will get back
LAID CORNERSTONE Announce
ment lias been made that St. David's
Mission House at Ray will be dedi
cated on Easter Sunday, by Rt. Rev
erend J. W. Atwood, Episcopal bishop
of Arizona. Bishop Atwood a lew
days ago laid the cornerstone for the
Mission House. The occasion was
marie one of the most interesting and
impressive seen in Ray for many
COYOTE HIDES The Coyotes of
this county suffered a decrease to
registered extent of twenty-five when
that number of hides was yesterday
filed for bounty in the county super
visor's office. At the same time the
collection of hides which the super
visor's office has already received
i this year was considerably increased.
Two hunters of the wilds brought in
and left the hides received yester
day, one leaving ten and the other
TO HAYDEN Mrs
recently granted a
from Byron Hartvell. will leave
morning for Haycicn, win-re she
reds to make her home for
piesent. Later she mas' cieeid
n Tacoma, Washington,
her friend, .Vis. John (
has been isiting her in
tile past two weeks.
r the Be;
1 ianist t
to f'dlo.v her musical
in her new home in I la
her residence of more
v. ho will re
in P.ioenix, Mis. Hart
s', ide circle of friends
'et to h urn of her ie-
take up her residence
AN OLD MAP While rummaging
throuah the big bunch of stored
junk in the elevator shaft anil the
attics of the state house recently
Custodian Keen found an old map of
the diked States made in 1 STi.
Wi ile the map shows Arizona it
shows it in such u way as to be al
most unrecognizable. But three
towns are shown in Arizona, Pres
ent!. Tucson and Yuma. Tucson is
given as the capital. The Texas and
Pacific railroad as svel! as the At
lantic and Pacific: are supposed to
travel the state but nejther have a
is that it
their entire length. A
fact about the railroad
runs about forty miles
Tucson. Phoenix is no-
where to be seen neither are a num
ber of what are now populous
towns. The map. quite a curiosity,
has been hung in the ground floor
corridor of the state house to the
left of the front entrance.
in Northern Arizona
Wigwam today. Ad
it I--OU RKXT Thr.
no sick or children.
vacant April 1st,
!U5 W. McKinley.
NOTICE TO ELKS
Members of Phoenix Lodge B. P. O.
E.. will kindly come to Goldberg's
Profiler's store to take their measure
ments for their suits to be worn dur
ing the state convention in April. This
must lie done today in order to get
them here. It
Open Dav and Night.
19 North 'Central Ave.
Expiring Body Asks Incom
ing Commissioners to
Meet in Committee of the
AVhole With Them to I
Talk Fire Equipment
The city council last evening in
special session added a new depart
ure to the list of many thing that
have been June by the five men who
will soon leave the control of the
city's affairs. Out of courtesy to tile
incoming mayor and commissioners,
and in view of the importance of the
action contemplated in buying new
fire department equipment, an invi
tation was issued to Mayor-elect
Young, and Commissioners-elect Cope,
Corpstein, l-'olcy and Woods, to meet
with the council in committee of the
whole next Monday evening when the
final decision upon the bids that
were opened last night will be made.
The fire chief will attend this session
upon invitation of tile council.
Tlie committee of the whole
meet at :.'i0 o'clock and for an
fire equipment, alarm system
other matters pertinent to that issue
will be discussed behind i losed doors.
At S o'clock the council svill hedd an
open session when the business will
he publicly transacted. The regular
session of the council docs not occur
until the following night when the
vote will be canvassed. At the Mon
day night session the apparatus ad
vertised for under the recent resolu
tion of the council as well as the
Gainewell fire alarm system adequate
to the needs of the town will be the
most important business.
The immediate business last night
was awarding bids for the construc
tion of the proposed fire houses at
Kive Point and at the water station.
These were awarded at the cost each
of $:14ii". Further than this the
council granted a permit to Camp
bell's I'nitcd Shows to hold their
carnival in the city on the same date
as the Sells Kioto circ us and for Un
balance of the week.
CLEVER POWELL LOSES
Le?ves Equipage Tied While Attending
to Lodge Duties and is Minus Same
When Duties are Over
J. Clcve Powell, a well known con
tractor of this city, who lives ;it lr.i'lt
West Madison Street, is an enthusiastic
Knight of Pythias and since Friday
e"ening sas the oc casion for conlYrnig
degrees upon a number ot' candidates,
he naturally att'-nded the "obsequies'.
lie drove in from ids house in a bug
gy drawn by a sorrel horse, about six
years of use. nearly fifteen Hands high
and weighing about nine hundred
pounds. The baggy was a light trim
black cushion runabout. Altogether,
horse and rig made a very fetching ap
pearance. Hitching in front of the J. W. Dorris
IJroeery store. Powell went about his
work of Sir Kn'ght with a clear con
science, helping in sen-ding the unsus
pecting pages and escpiires over thp
bumrs in a true Pythian manner. When
it was all over and the
leaving. Powell went to
s-lure he had hitched his
rig and found it not.
The ciiiest ion of who has
it H. bolheroc! him all da
it. or where I
came and told the '
CO'-'RTESY DELAYS VOTE
Senator McCumbsr Mi.st Continue
Ficjhl When Victory Seemed
f ASSOCIATED riLKHS DISPATCH 1
WASJILVOTOX. March ;. The
Moc'imiber f.-dcral grain inspection
bill was made t lie victim of parlia-ninctar-
pricechire when iis e-uihor
ai-hievcd for it a position where the
r.ieasuie could be promptly voteil up-
n, only to lose- (lie advantage a mo
ment later because of his courtesy
in agreeing' to follow Senator Meyers,
who asked unanimous consent to
take up a bill dealing with .Montana
MoCumber is expected to renew his
iiKlil for a vole on the grain inspec
tion bill on Monday.
FISHING TACKLE Tlnney .V
Robinson. Advertisement. if
"Doc Bird Says"
" We point
to our success.
The Basy Drug Store
550 Phone 660
We are the big catch in the
Beautify Your Home
How much depends upon the
lighting of tlie home the
design of the fixtures'.' The
elegant, dignified atmosphere
the delicate touch that en
hances the entire surround
ings the fixtures.
MADE TO ORDER
Let us shosv you some of our
exclusive designs. Make se
lections that will harmonize
perfectly with the architec
ture or decorations. Beauti
ful hammered or brushed
brass, fashioned in wonder
ful designs of hanging fruits,
candle sticks, or flowers, etc.
119 West Monroe Street
Remember we are agents for that
the gnat Eczema remedy. All are
satisfied who use it. Don't suf
fer. Elvey a Huleii
27 East Washington
Phone 411 ancj 411
are indispensable to women
who know them. Kor wear
while doing housework, for tired
feet at the end of the day
there is nothing that can com
pare with this home slipper.
Women who learn to know
home slippers at mas time
wear them all through ihe
year. Do yuu?
H, A, Oieiil Shoe Go,
Miss Margaret Meagher, of i
! Olendale, is the correspondent of
! Tiie Arizona Republican in that j
I district and will be glad to re-
j j ceive all items of news at the
j i Glenwood hotel.
Mr. Lang and Mrs. Xac-e. propri
1 etors o(' tlie Crystal moving picture
j theater, will commence weik on
j their le-w theater. Monday. The
j hutlding will be or concrete, mission
I architecture and svill be a modern,
j up-to-date picture house.
The auditorium svill have a seat
ing capacity of 7tM. Several loges
will be built in the rear of the house,
and new opera chairs svill be in
stalled. The lobby of the
will Ik- iMnT feet a'n-1 svill
'. Cow Ion shipped a car
cattle to I'abbitt Bros,
A car of hay was shipped to Pun-tonus-,
Arizona, and one to Ambov.
HEBE ON BUSINESS
I. Van Hitter of Temne was her'
loday attending to business matters.
P.ev. Dean Scarlett will conduct
jlhe Kplscopul services to be held this
afternoon at the club house.
1. M. Dixon was a Phoenix visitor
John Wright, and Fred Norton
wire Glendale visitors yesterday.
H. T. Mngg was a visitor to Tem
startlins statpiiient w:i 111:1,1.,
, by the president of the Mine Mana
gers" association. The real cause of
industrial unrest in South Africa, he
said, was tlie advancing skill of the
Musical Instruments for
Motion Picture Theaters,
Dance Halls, Cafes, Ice
Cream Parlors, Pool
A. E. Sclmtz, Agent
2'2G W. Wash. Box 1:329
Don't Itch and Scratch
McKinnies Mexican Remedy Relieves
Instantly Poison Oak, - Ezema and all
skin diseases. Never fails. All Drug
gists, tine or No. 245 I. AV. Hellniun
lildg., Los Angeles, Calif.
HAIR GOODS FOR SALE
Ladies' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing,
Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair
Dressing; Expert Chiropodists, all
foot troubles removed. Moles and
warts removed by electricity.
SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY
39 East Adams Street
REDEWILL MUSIC CO.
Established in 1881
224 West Washington St.
Pianos Rebuilt and Refinished
Rooms Papered or calmimined it
and up. We carry our own stock
CAVILEER & CO.,
108 East Adams. Fhone 1S29.
25c SELF FILLING FOUNTAIN
lieautiful fountain pen, practical self-
filling device, easily operated by any j
chile',. It svill not ssveat or leak, of- !
fered for la cents silver. J. J. Schenk
Co., 1607 Crandall Way, (N. Ave. 51)
Los Angeles, Gal.
Many arc prema
ture. The Mari-
nclio treatment is ef
fective. No soap or
water is used hut
cleansing is effected by ,
the use of lettuce ('
1 ,t. : .
cream ar.u 111c iu.ee 1 ,
then massaged with
: t 1 tu .
careful attention in
sures a freshening of
the skin proving very
For Sale At
SHIRLEY &. SHIRLEY'S
39 E. Adams St.
natives, many of whom are now able
to do the white men's work.
"We must give ecpial opportunity to
t'ne whites and blacks." said the pre
sident, "a thing which has long been
denied them in the gold mining In
dustry. If the whites refuse to do
manual work, when they must accept
reasonable wages as skilled over
seers, or drop anogeiuei.
The official board of the National
Woman Suffrage association has is
sued a call to the suffragists of the
country, to rally at a meeting on
the second clay of May. 1H11. in every
city, village and hamlet from tin
Atlantic to the Pacific-, to respond
to a trumpet blast hv singing a
hymn of suffrage faith and by adopt
ing a natioii-svide resolution to be
jresented to the congress of thes
I'nited states calling upon congress
to meet the demand of the Ameri
can women for political freedom.
The program is fo be:
A song 1 music svill be furnished
An -address (by some speaker, or a
speec h svill he. provided to be read).
Resolutions to be sent to congress
(resolutions will be pros ided and th"
same set will be adopted everywhere)
National Hymn of Suffrage Faith
(copies of this hymn 'will be pro
sided for general distribution).
I earnestly lequest the women of
Arizona to join in making this a
grand demonstration and shall be
glad to answer all iuestions and to
furnish supplies reunited for tlie ob
servation of the day.
FRANCES V. JH'XDS.
Chairman of the Arizona Faiual
Suffrage Central Committee,
Should oT'en bank accounts. Paying bills by check is conducive of
business habits. Our emoioves are alwavs readv to helo von over "jrl'
any technical difficulties.
4 Per Cent. Interest.
Don't Suffer With
Gists Quick Relief
J. H.wry Crocker, Msr.
Kn' Motorcycle Delivery
Phone Your Ads
Telephone your Classifie
Ads to The. Republican
when it is more conven
ient to do so, and collec
tion will be made at your
house, or you can call and
pay at The Republican of
fice. Phone 422.
-A natural food and a mild
laxative is an unusual combina
tion. This i what our bran
and buttermilk in bread form
will mean to you during the
summer months a natural lax
You'll be surprised at the
mild, natural manner of its ac
tion. The freedom from such
troubles as the hot weather is
wont to cause. Try a loaf of
this bread and feel better.
7 W. Washington St.
"The Best Yet"
40 West Adams St.
Contract for heavy long disiane
hauling with Four 'Wheel Drive
J. A. EBERLEIN
Phoenix P. O. Box, 1072
Fruit mi Ornamentals
We have the largest am best
duality stock In the Fruit, Shade
and Ornamental line. Hose Bushes
and House Plants a specialty.
T. W. Scfiock Nurseries
The only real nursery firm in the
4th Ave. and W. Adams, Phoenix
D. H. EURTIS
1") E. Washington St.
Hire a little salesman at The re
publican office. A Want Ad svill see
more customers th'tn von can.
'The Old Reliable."
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