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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1914 REST CLASSES. Do your eyes tire or smart when you lo close work, or road? If they do a pair of our REST GLASSES may be Just what they need. Let us examine your eyes and ad vice you. SWIGERT BROS. 9 East Adams St. Dr. D. D. Northrup. ' Optometrist. Prescription lenses ground in our own shop. tf HAIR GOODS FOR SALE Ladies' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing, Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair Dressing; Expert Chiropodists, all foot troubles removed. Moles and warta removed bv electricity. SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY Phone 1704 39 East Adama Street SALT RIVER VALLEY MONU MENTAL WORKS V. E. Lindsay, Prop. 409 West Washington St Arizona Granite as well aa all ; other granite used. iiiaI aa n gun do d riddii That's Lightning Delivery Service Bonded Draymen Capital invested $30,000.00 Our Responsibility means security for our patrons 1'hones 5I4 and 1126. 42 South Central Ave. LIGHTNING DELIVERY CO. PIONEER TRANSFER CO. A. A- Betts, V. P. Hilderbran's Jewelers and Opticians Rooms Papered or calmimined J4 and up. We carry our own stock CAVILEER & CO, The Decorators East Adams. . Phone 108 1829. PHONE 502 or 692 "When in a hurry. Our prompt, careful delivery will please you. TMtniUCfUc. motoucvcii ocuvenv- iT.t&APi V 5 Certificates of Title Issued by this office are absolute protection against loss by the holder of real estate. Save Trouble and Worry By bringing us your real estate deals and let us protect you through, our escrow department. THE ARIZONA TITLE GUARANTEE & TRUST CO.- 134 West Washington Street. For Picture Framing go to BALKE'S The Big Curio on Adams Street i i Of Local Interest - i STORED WATER SUPPLY Water service report for April 25. Elevation of water in reservoir, feet 143.1 S Contents of reservoir, acre feet. 350,723 Loss preceding 24 hours, acre feet 842 Elevation of water in reservoir one year ago today, feet 16S.64 Contents of reservoir, one year ago today, acre feed" 5S3,4sl Normal flow of Salt and Verde rivers at Granite Reef dam, M. 1 3,220 Normal flow water for lands up to year 1892 Amount of water used for irri gation, north side, XI. 1 30,100 Amount of water used for irri gation, south side. M. 1 24,70 LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY 6 a.m. 6 p.m. Temperature, degrees . Sensible temperature . Humidity per cent .... Wind direction Wind velocity, miles .. Rainfall Weather Highest temperature .. Lowest temperature ... 44 .".0 E 53 20 SVV 5 5 0 0 lear Clear 7B 4 It Mean relative humidity 35 Deficiency in temperature yesterday, 7 degrees. Excess in temperature since first of month, SO degrees. Accumulated excess in temperature since January 1,346 degrees. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .01 inch. Deficiency in rainfall since first of month. .32 inch. Accumulated deficiency in rainfall since January 1, .74 inch. Data for Tucson Highest temperature, yesterday .... Rainfall yesterday ROBERT R. BRIGOS. Section Director. PHOENIX MARKET For valley products Prices paid today by WALTER. HILL CO., wholesale. Eggs 20c Butter, dairy 25c Cheese 13c Hens, doz $5.00 to JG.00 Chickens, doz $4.00 to $5.00 o DR.-LOONEY HERE Dr. R. N. I.oonoy, state superintendent of health, who lives at Prescott but makes many trips to this city is again in the city on business connected with his offce. OFF TO YUMA Capt. C. G. Law rence, 17th T'nited States Infantry, who has been inspecting the militia com panies in the northern part of the state leaves this morning for Yuma to in spect Companies H and L now doing duty in the field. DUNCAN AND HOFFMAN HERE Mr. and Mrs. Ray Duncan, known to stageland as Ray Duncan and Mazie Hoffman, who are to add to the strength of the Savoy bill, arrived from the eastern part of the sta'te yesterday ami will remain in Phoenix indefin itely. BATHING SUITS. Pinney & Ro binson. (Advertisement.) o PREPARING FOR THE SEASON "What's this, black panels for the dining-room?" "I'm going to make a desperate ! , fort to have my husband at home for dinner when the team's away, 'uiy- how. So I have leased a wire and i shall operate a score-board in Hi" i dining-room." Louisville Courier -i Journal. Hire a little sajesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. PYTHUHS HOLD (Continued from Page One) rutin t in our minds the many virtues and good finalities of them, ami in so doing to remind ourselves of the solemn promise we made by their open graves, when with Pythian ten derness and love we assitnl in per forming our last Pythian duty to them. To not only cherish their memory and keep ever alive in our hearts the remembrance of them, hut to endeavor to emulate their vir tues. "In remembering their good deeds and calling them again and iigaJn to our minds and in endeavoring to emulate them, we are also remliult-.l that they may have their faults and imperfections. Who of us have, not? We do them no injustice or wrong and ourselves no harm in so think ing or speaking, provided always w; cast over and about them as is our Pythian duty to do, the Pythian mantle of charity. "Again, when we look upon the va cant chairs in the lodge room and think of tile vacant places at the firesides of our brothers that have gone to their eternal home, ur thoughts are turned to those loved ones that are left behind ami thus ; we again remind ourselves of our Pythian duty towards them. In so doing we have recalled to and im pressed upon us the fact that when death comes to the home of a friend our duty is there to comfort and to bless and if possible to point out through the sorrow anil gloom the pathway that leads to the haven whore no sorrow comes. "I am glad that provision has been made in our order for ;it least once in each year halting in our busy, hurrying, worldly life to give thought to things eternal and to take a glance at the past and not only re member those of our number that haw reached the end of their life's journey before us. but as well to re trospectly view our own lives, and in so doing, perhaps be better enabled to press forward ami avoid some of the errors of our past. Let us not took back with sadness, sorrow and tliscouragement, but rather let us look to the future anil endeavor to profit by any mistakes we havh made in the past, and in the spirit of true Pytbians endeavor to pot into active practice the many noble lessons which we are taught by the ritual and ceremonies of our order, and which we enedavor to teach and impress uion others. "The teachings of this, as well as of all other fraternities, me in tended to be practical and of prac tical benefit. As an order we do not seek members merely for the a-dding of members to our roster of membership, nor do we welcome those into our order that come ami remain through no-re curiosity ot with a desire to be entrained or pleased, or for purposes of self-aggrandisement. But ht desire that they come to us for the good that we may do for them in helping them to live better lives and to be of more benefit to themselves, their families and to socityin general, that we may inspire in them greater desire to live less for self and more their fellow man. "The lessons that our ritual teach are not intended to be alone recitiil and commented on in the lodge room and there forgotten from one meet ing to another, but it is intended that these lessons may be so im pressed that they may become a part of our lives and make us better fath ers, better, brothers, better husbands and better citizens. "In this age of commercialism there are those in great numbers to leach us how to make a living and much oft our time is consumed in making a living. But how different ".s it when it comes to teaching us how to live, so few we find to guhle Lhe way either by leaching or by precept in how to live. The church of today is filling its office in teach ing lessons of better lives anil highei ideals, and the many fraternal or ders and societies have their plac to fill and each is making for the uplift and betterment of mankind. As members of our beloved Pythian order, we have a place in the world to fill and a work to perform in teaching and exemplifying the prin ciples of friendship, charity mid ben evolence. Let us strive to make them practical and of practical bene fit. "Temptation is near us at all times, constantly are we called upon to decide when we come to the place in our " life's highway where the roads divide, between tlie good and evil, and unless we have been taught to believe in the good, how much more difficult will it be to choose be tween the good and the evil. Thin'k of the many times that y;ui haw been cautioned not to take a wrong step by the remembrance of the obli gation you have assumnl, or u lesson you have been taught in becoming a member of this orib-r. Victory over temptation rests with tile individual to a very large- degree and the best influences are but sign posts along the way of life to point the way and to guide us on. "Someone has likened our lives to a soundingboard in that what we send forth comes back to us. If we are cold, indifferent and selfish, we will find the work! the same toward us. If we could but realize that this life of ours is very largely, if not entirely, a matter of mutual ex change and that the man that gives nothing gets nothing in return anil receives all that he deserves. we would better understand that the at tempt to get something for nothing in this world is as futile in business, and in society, as it is in friendship. Legitimate trade is merely an ex change for mutual benefit. Society demands social service before it grants recognition and one cannot expect to make friends until he has been a friend to others. "It is the admiration for and con sideration of others that qualifies us to be the "rainbows to the storms of iife. the evening beam that smiles the clouds away." A true Knight does no man wrong, but with confidence in himself and his brethren he stands pledged to be more friendly, cautious, charitable, benevolent and brave, and reaily to "Do nobli thin s. not dream them all day long, make 'And so vast iife, death and that r. one grand, sweet forev song." "It is not noiigb. my brethren, for EAT WITH CHOP HOUSE One of the Best Places on Earth to Eat i 19 North Central Ave. us as Knights of Pythias to speak a kindly word or cheering sentence, hut we are admonished by the teach ings and principles of our order that it is as much our duty to refrain from speaking ill of our fellows Re member that 'many a good life and I true has struggled and gone down. . . , by the slanders, that have ! followed them through all their days.' I "It is but human nature, when we hear ill spoken of another to lend encouragement to it by at least giv ing countenance or confidence in it, '.and often might perform a good ser . vice bv expressing in no uncertain terms our disbelief in tlie ill spoken words. It is often a fault with ns to accept" the mere spoken charge i proof of guilt, when they pass the judgment of an evil thinking Blind. How much better it would be for us ' to express confidence in the friend (and thus relieve a burdened heart, j or a discouraged and disconsolate Jsoul. How often, my brother, my sister, have you felt that if someone would only express confidence in you that the load would he lifted. Could we but pause often enough to ask ourselves the question, what do I want must, what am I hungering for, what do I long for most, what would most enrich me, and then frankly admit to ourselves that we want the trust, the confidence, the encourage ment and the approval of those about us. then w'c could better real ize that what we want, others want, what we need, others need, what we hunger for, others hunger for, what most enriches us, enriches them. When we have reiclied this point, then we are belter qualified to min ister to our fellow man. "Whenever you observe tin soo-i. the I rue, the noble, and the virtuous in and the worth of others tell them if it. When Sorrow is the lot of an other, speaks the word of cheer and consolation or of brotherly love to them, while they yet live and do not delay until they are gone, to say those things of them which if spoken to them would have been a blessing and a benediction indeed. " Poslmortetu kindnesses cher no heart on the lonely way.' IVauiiful flowers on the cold grave, while they speak sympathy and love to the liv ing of those that have gone before, shed no light or beam upon the path of those whose memory we cherish. j Refrain from discussing or talking about those things you think you see in the lives of others, that may in your erring judgment, may seean wrong. untrue. unmanly or un womanly. Remembering always that 'what may to your dim eyes seem a scar or blot upon the fair escutcheon of another but in God's clear light prove a scar won on some fought field, where von would hard fain i and vield.' "We should not be content with merely refraining from speaking ill ot others. It is merely the exempli fications of the teachings of our be loved order to cultivate the spirit of speaking well and encouragingly of our fellows, not only of them hut to them, thus may we play our pint in. dispelling tlie clouds that gather about anil darken the lives of all men, and In making the world brighter and better. . and in hringiiur sunshine and gladness to hearts in gloom and in bringing about the universal brotherhood of "all man kind, and in hastening the time when nations shall no longer go to war against nations, and man made dis tinctions between man and man. na tion and nation, shall cease forever.' "What better time or occasion, my brothers, my sisters. eouVil we select to pledge ourselves to fill our lives and thoughts than tlie coming year with mole of the Pythian spirit of Kindness, gentleness, friendship, char ity and benevolence, love of home and country, than now, while we are surrounding the altar of our order, draped in memory of those of out membership that have been called by (he ruler of us all to that eternal home that is not builded witli hands Tlinpc friends whose memories we now cherish and whose virtues w would emulate, so that when we come lo answer the summons that must come to all of us It can be said or us. " He lived to bless mankind. And his bands are filled with gold en deeds. The keys that ope the palace of eternity " The services were brought to n close by Chancellor Commander Ice who re peated these words of the ritual: "Brothers, as we return to our lionieiS. let us carry this thought. It is fitting I hat we should honor those we love and who have passed beyond our mortal ken. but there is also a duty to the liv ing. The time to praise a. brother's noble deeds Is while he lives. No sound can reach beyond the shoreless sea. and words of cheer, voiced all too late, die on our lips, unheard by him whose life perehHnce had less of joy for lack of human sympathy." FISHING TACKLE Pinney Robinson. Advertisement . tf I Fresh. Supply HOG CHOLERA serum recommended by the IT. S. government, veterinary department. We are exclusive agents for Flioenix. The Busy Drug Store Is the San-Tox Store 550 Phone 660 mj0 rwrwvsvkfrvwfwvi rwxi riwvi hmwju PEMBROKE $5.00 A comfortable style, with low flat heel; invisible eyelets; tan or black calfskin. Just as soon its you think of ! buying- your spring Oxfords, ; think of this shop You can sec every new stvle here; we possible feci cer- tain of your finding the kind on want. We have bought our spring stocks along lines that provide for your indi vidual preferences. For rough wear, you'll find our Herman's army shoes unequalled. kEFDOlIGAU- BRONZE" PUMP made by Company. Laird, Kchoher a Imported French Bronze kid covered I.ovie h-el cut steel ornament PRICE $8.00 H.A. DIEHL SHOE CO. 8 W. Wash St. Every Man That Shaves .should come in and buy a Ender Razor $1.00 A wonderful little instrument that gives perfect satisfaction. We sell all makes Elvey & Hulett Quality Druggists Arizona L.odge No. 1. It. A. M. will con fer .the Most Kx cellent Master de gree this Monday) evening at o'clock. Sojourning Mom paiiions cordiallj invited. C. P. Hurt. High Priest. Ail lt vertiseinent. KARL CARROrTTE. will you please communicate with Bill Haines, Cox I 1. Tucson Citizen, Tucson, Arizona, at once? ' .'.. dn NOTICE OF ELECTION IN SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 66 OF MARICOPA COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA. 1'iirsuant to a resolution of the. Hoard of Trustees of and for School .District No. fii'i of Maricopa County,. State of Arizona, duly passed and adopted on Your Kodak pictures will please you if your film is developed and printed at BERRYHILL Company o Are Your Papers Safe? The fire might have been in your office or store, or home, instead of in the Oeighton Block. Would you have lost' valuable papers that a mere trifle 2.50 and up invested in our safe deposit boxes would have protected for you I HOW ABOUT YOUR INSURANCE, TOO. The Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Co. PHOENIX Wednesday, april Show Grounds larnival Lot Corner Seventh Washington Streets and ) MPRRUflMI DBIINUffl now HI OTHERS. n EXHiBIT! wre.NTiNo MO fit mm THE CHILDREN 7V m RISES SHnunDracB the 2'.lrd day of April, l'.iH, calling tlie election herein mentioned, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an election will he Held at tne scliool building of said District No. 6ii of Mar icopa County. Arizona, on Tuesday May the 19th. 1914, between the hours of !l o clock in the forenoon anil o ciock 111 tlie afternoon. That Allan Wilkinson. Carl H. Roser and (Jeo. H. fate are the .halves appointed and named by said Hoard of Trustees to conduct said elec tion. That the purpose of said election is to submit to tlie voters of said School District No. iiii 'if Maricopa County, Arizona, ipialified to cue upon said proposition, whether or n't the bonds of said School District No. tlii shall be issued in th" aggregate amount of Ten Thousand i $1 n.oiMi.ui)) Dollars in de nominations of f ine Thousand Dollars $l,0nii.ou each, bearing interest at the rate of five and one-half i,-'"i) per cent per annum and to run for a period of twenty years from the date of is suance. That the proceeds of the bonds here in proposed to he issued will be used and devoted to the construction of new school buildings in sai( district for ihe uses thereof and supplying said build ings with furniture and necessary ap paratus" and improving the grounds thereof. Dated at the office of the Hoard of Trustees of School District No. fill, of Maricopa County. Arizona, this 23rd day of April, 1914. .li HIS' J. fii ifl.D HARRV K. AI STEN MRS. JOHN PRICE Hoard of Trustees of School District No. fi of Maricopa County. State of Arizona. FREEZERS Me Your Own Ice Cream It is easv if von luivc a Wonder or a "White .Moiui-' tain Freezer. - Examine the Wonder, set; our prices, and you will he pleased. Special sale f refriji'ei' ators. McKEE'S VVT a j-c ej -j WTWi GET THE BANKING HABIT Ik-in With Us Xow. The National Bank of Arizona "OLC RELIABLE." Hire a little salesman at The Re puhlicnn office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. 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