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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1914
PAGE THREE Additional Sports MOTORCYCLE MCE WILL BE WEIL ADVERTISED BY CLUB : "-I Baker and John Hohl in decorated automobile. The first three riders from right to left are Jack Abbott Lorenzo Boido and Wiley Wooton The accompanying cuts show how well the Phoenix Motorcycle club is ad vertising its race for tomorrow. Every effort is being made to insure good crowds to see Erwin G. Baker defend his 100 mile record against the throng of local and coast riders who are to oppose him. Baker himself a Phoeni cian, and a club member is taking a great interest in the event. lie is shown here in his car, surrounded by signs of tho times. I The other engraving depicts the j smiling motorcycle and decorated face ; of James C. Blaine, treasurer of the : race meet and of the Motorcycle club. ; Being strongly interested in the financ ' e:s, he has made a special effort to I boost the crowds. He is here shown ' on his motorcycle, carrying a very ' noticeable banner announcing his in tention of being at the races. 5 5 X I W1?jV i'tiS'-. .Wl - 1 8 How one enthusiast made known his intentions will positively appear with the mechanical doll in our window To-night at 9 O'clock wearing a young Man's suit of L System lothes Many new features will he added to this even ing's vaudeville entertainment. Don't Miss It! I). S. STATUTE III STATE CASE Federal Employers' Liabil ity Law Ruling by Ari zona Supreme Court in Damage Case from Co chise County Although the state of Arizona has an employers' liability act, as weil as a compulsory compensation stat ute, a ease was tried recently in Co chise county in which the federal employers' liability act was involved, although the trial occurred since statehood and the suit was instituted since that time. The reason for this state of affairs was that the accident upon which the case was predicated occurred during the territorial re- ime. The suit was brought by Lucia Guana, administratrix of the j estate of Manuel Guana, the man who suffered on account of the al leged negligence of the company, against the Southern Pacific com pany. The report of the case from the supreme court says: 'This was an appeal - from a de cision of the superior court of Pima county in favor of the Southern Pac ific Co., sustaining a demurrer to the complaint of the plaintiff and holding the complaint did not state facts suf ficient to constitute a cause of ac tion. The deceased was employed around the round house at Benson, Arizona, as a cleaner, and occasion ally to assist in running engines in and out of the round house. On July 10th, 1910, while assisting In running an engine out 'of the round house he was struck by one of the posts in the building. "It happened that the engine in Question was much wider than those usually used, and the deceased was not informed of that fact, and on ac count of the darkness of the round house was unable to notice the dif ference. "The question involved was the as sumption of risk by the employe. The supreme court in its opinion said: " 'While there may be cases in which it becomes the duty of the court to decide upon demurrer that the employe assumed the risks as pleaded, we do not think this is that kind of a case, reversed the judg ment and remanded the case with directions to over-rule the demurrer. "The case was governed by the federal, employers' liability act of April 22, 1908. The opinion of the court was written by Judge Ross and concurred in by Chief Justice Franklin and Judge Cunningham." RURAL ROUTE FOR CHANDLER Added Mail Facilities for Growing Distriet-i-Build-ing in Chandler on the Increase Many Business Changes The recommendation of Inspector Dutton that a rural mail route be put in operation at Chandler has been ap proved by the postal authorities, and the delivery of mail over a route some twenty miles long covering the country surrounding Chandler, will commence July first. NEW AUTO STAGE LINE A new automobile stage line run ning from Tucson to Phoenix, and passing through Chandler, was put in operation Wednesday. This makes two automobile lines between Chand ler and Phoenix, and it is reported that a third will be added this com ing week. With three automobile stages, the Arizona and Eastern Rail road and the expected Tucson, Phoe nix & Tidewater Railroad, Chandler's transportation facilities will be of the best. SATURDAY NEW BUILDINGS J. W. Heath is building a comfor table cottage on Dakota street. Mr. Heath came to Chandler recently from San Diego to spend a few days. Mr. Heath liked the looks of things here so much that he bought three lots, and will build a house on each of them. E, J. Koch, of the Chandler Im provement Co., Is building a commo dious bungalow on the corner of Colorado and Cleveland streets. E. W. Monroe, of the hardware firm of Monroe and Galbreath, is erecting a dwelling of cement blocks across the street from the new telephone ex change building. D. M. Coffman is building a hand some cottage on West Commonwealth , Avenue. I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Galbreath have I recently returned from a visit to ' Hollywood, Calif., and will soon com- j mence a handsome residence on their property south of Chandler. ARIZONA, THE LAND OF SUNSHINE (By J. J. Lipford) I have found a place at last Where nature's beauty grows Where mountains rise to kiss the s:n. Where the silvery Colorado river flows. Arizona is a land of sunshine, With soil rich and deep, With mountains rich with minerals That expanded broad and steep. She is in her infancy at present. With future prospects bright. Her little towns are no longer crawling. But walking with delight. The desert is now full of flowers', And bees their welcome guest, Are real pleasures in January, In the fragrant golden west. No rains to wash our fence away, Xo fog to check our pace, Xo storms to blow our houses dflwn, Arizona is the place! A climate for the winter, In the valley can be found, Where bedroom suites of furniture Can be placed upon the ground. Only a few paces to the mountains' Will bring us to a land Where the summer sun is pleasant And pleasure is at hand. i Arizona Is now a health resort, You know why I can tell, Some of our doctors are working now Because their patients have got ten well. ; A wint'ry day of sunshine Brings health and happiness to men. The depth of its blessings Can't be solved by tongue or pen. 'i .3 - Whan the,, reservations open And the land is taken up. Homes will decorate this desert. Fat cows will fill our cup. While our alfalfa crop is growing And the prize for long staple is won. A trip through the desert will show What climate, water and work has done. Our oranges ripen earlv. Which are delicious and always fine. If you want the best on market You had better fall in line. For a view of natural scenery The most beautiful In the land, Take a trip on the Colorado river And go through the Canyon " Grand. In this gigantic piece of nature Where waters run and mountains stand. The mouth of Mother Earth is open wide In a place not built by hand. ( Before you settle down for life, Decide before your fortunes give, To- come to the land of sunshine, . It's the only place to live. BUSINESS CHANGES Dan and John Reese, well known residents of Chandler, this past week bought from H. Callihan his pool hall just south of the Chandler Bank. Mr. Callihan, who is one of the oldest residents of Chandler, goes to Inde pendence, Kansas, to join his father in the development of extensive oil wells in which they are both largely interested. Chandler regrets losing so valuable a citizen. J. C. Harned, of the Chandler Cafe, has recently purchased the interest of his partner, I. B. Troup, and will hereafter be the sole owner In the business. Mt Harned has sold their stock of groceries to the Chandler market, and will use all his floor space to his restaurant, the change being made necessary by his steadily growing business. W. T. Lowe of Phoenix, will be the chef of the new restaurant, and Miss Pierpont, of Chandler, the cashier. COTTON MONEY The Bank of Chandler distributed 120,000 among the cotton growers of the vicinity this past week, this be ing the advance payment made by McFadden , Brothers on the Cotton Association's shipment. LOCAL NEWS The two-year old son of J. rt. Barnette was this week severely burned by carbolic acid. While the boy was at play in a workshoD the bottle accidently fell over and spilled its contents on his hand. Dr. Jor dan, who has charge of the case. says he looks for a speedy recovery. W. J. Barackman, who has been visiting his son W. G. Barackman. returned to his home in Streator, III. this week after an extended stay at Chandler. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Georee were host and hostess at Sundav dinner at their residence on Arizona Avenue, to Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Gollands, Dr. A. J. Chand ler and S. M. Turney. The Chandler Dancing Club gave a very enjoyable dance at Monroe hall Friday evening. Refreshments were provided by the Chandler cafe. The attendence at the niehtlv tent services of the Christian church is uniformly good, and the meetings are creating much interest. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Putnam, of Brooklyn, N. Y., enter tained at dinner at the San Marcos, Chandler, Prof, and Mrs. Henry D. Evans, nine of the young men stu dents of the Evans school, and Dr A. J. Chandler. In the evening the party were guests of Dr. Chandler in witnessing the initial performance at the- new Chandler moving picture theater. Also on Saturday the following pariy irom Phoenix to Florence stop ped at the San Marcos for dinner: Allen H. Williams, Leroy A. Ladd, I. J. Lipsohn, D. D. Northrup, J. j! Murphy and Harrv T Shen Mr. and Mrs. Kimhough, of Mesa were week end guests at the San Marcos. Other recent arrivals at the San Marcos were: Paul Fox, Bakersfield; John S. Wallace, New Castle, Pa.; j' E. Walterscheld and son, Boonville, M;o.; R. M. Layton, Agua Calientei C. W. French, W. S. Dehnel, O. o! Clark, U. L. Mcintosh. Los A Willard Farr, St. Johns, Ariz.; Philip k. Brown, Kan Diego; H. F. Johnson, Tucson; Lincoln Fowler, J. R. Hal stead, Geo O. Miller, H. B. Wilkin son, L. W. Coggins, E. R. Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. C. Eva-i Lucas Howard Phrnlkeld, A. L. Moore, C. JDamnorough, Wr. J. McKennon, Mr and Mrs. C. H. Fitch. Phoenix: r. T. Peabody and Mrs. B. M. Crenshaw, unanuier. FECIAL 15 Dozen Women's Soft Finish Nainsook Night Gowns, Slipover styles, trimmed in fine embroidery. A regular 75c gown, each 150 PAIRS WOMEN'S SHOES In Ankle Strap Pumps, Sandals and Ox fords in Gun Metal, Vici, Pat. Kid., Velvet and Tan, shoes that regularly retailed up to $4.00 pair, not one worth less than $3.00, now all in one lot, at per pair B1.7! MARY JANES AND BABY DOLLS Nifty nobby styles in Patent Kid, Gun Metal and Calf, in every size in Misses' and Women's wear, the new est lasts, all clever models. MISSES' MARY JANES, $2.25 LADIES' MARY JANES $2.50 EN'S CANVAS OXFORDS Just received 75 dozen pairs of Canvas Oxfords in shrunken Sea Island duck, in White, Tan and Grey; just the thing for warm weather wear; every size now in stock. The grade you pay $2.00 for elsewhere. Here, your choice PER p FAlR 10 dozen Tub Waists, made of fast colored Oriental Crepe and Ratine Stripes. Made in that cool low-neck, short-sleeve models so comfortable at ' (0(0) this season of the year. An ordinary dollar value Waists; choice O' EN'S WEAR SPECIALS New Spring Norfolks and Three-piece Suits in the soft shades of Greys, Tans, Browns, Navy Blues and Fancy Mixtures. These are Suits that were manufac tured to retail at from $17.50 to $18.50. By a fortunate purchase we are able to offer vou vour choice SUIT These Suits are all classy makes, hand-finished garments and thoroughly tailor ed throughout. A complete range of sizes, see showing in windows, they are great. 25c MERCERIZED SOX Blacks and all colors- double linen heels and toe a Sox S uaranteed to give satisfaction, per pair " NEGLIGEE SHIRTS also Golf and Military, made of fine Poplin, Repp, Soisettes, Madras and Cambric, in both plain colors and neat fancies Shirts worth up to $2.00 each (J an extra special choice XOBBY WASH TIES The season's new novel ties highly mercerized both plain colors and fancy stripes full lengths a 20c ft n seller each 2 WILSOX BROS. UNDERWEAR- In ffne mesh and balbriggan Union Suits silk piped, colored crotch, long or short sleeves knee or ankle lengths the standard one-fifty grade special ,per suit c 24-IXCH SUIT CASES Made of heavy fibre, reinforced steel frames heavy rivets, triple hinges, double straps all around, linen lined a 2.50 suit case; special HATS AXD CAPS For men and boys every shape, every style, every size in duck, linen. silk just the thing for warm weather wear choice each, from h:....2Sc to$lo2S 100 Classy, Stylish, Goodwear tailored and street Hats in all the nobby effects and colors. Hats that were bought to retail from $4.00 to $-j.00, (6 now all in one lot, at your choice, each. M Diamond &, Bro. Phoemx-inmm2i9JjS raw FINANCES AND MARKETS ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH NEW YORK, April 3. The last traces of the bullish spirit which pro pelled the market upward earlier in the week seemed to have oozed away. Weakness of a few stocks held the whole market in check. Missouri Pa cific also slumped on announcement that negotiations for the acquisition of the control of that and other Gould roads by Rockefeller interests had been abandoned. Various estimates were made of United States Steel's unfilled tonnage report to be presented next week, but all forecasts agreed in pre dicting a sharp contraction. Increased cash holdings was indicated by the status of known currency movements for the week. Estimates of the cash gain in bank statement were about $4,500,000. Aside from the movements of Rock Island and Wabash issues, the bond fluctuations were not wide. Changes were irregular. Total sales represented a par value of $3,010,00 United States bonds were unchanged on call. Stocks Amalgamated, 76; Smelting, 68; Santa Fe. 96: St. Paul. 100: New York Central, 89; Pennsylvania, 110;Reading, 1G5; Southern Pacific, 94; Union Pacific, 15.9: Steel, 63; Preferred, 110 ft. Metals NEW YORK, April 3. Copper firm; Electrolytic, $14.75; Silver 58. Boston Copper Market Adventure 1 Arizona Comm'l 4 Allouez 42 Calumet and Ariz. ... 6S Calumet and Hecla ..417 Copper Range 37 Daly WTest 2 Rav Cons 22 Giroux 1 Greene Cananea 37 Hancock 18 Isle Royale 19 Lake Copper .. ... 7 Miami 23 Mohawk 44 Mass Copper 3 North Butte 27 Nevada Cons 15 Osceola 78 Old Dominion 50 Quincy 1 Shannon 5 Superior Copper 29 Tamarack . . 36 Utah Cons 10 Victoria 1 Winona 3 Wolverine 45 North Lake 1 Chino 41 Utah Copper 56 Inspiration - 17 Shattuck ..j 26 Four candidates are engaged in a spirited contest for the governorship of Alabama. The contest will be de cided in the democratic state primar ies on April 6. GUARANTEED BY ME i 4 43 69 420 3j ''