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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN; SUNDAY MQRNDTO, MAY 10, 1914
PAGE ELEVEN os or A Hotpoint Special May 11-16 Only $5.00 for $2.50 This is the 4th annual sale, the fourth year that we have been authorized to offer some item from the well known HOT POINT line of electric appliances at just one half the regular price THIS YEAR IT IS EL GLO-STOVO A glowing electric stove that never sells for less than $5.00 It is yours THIS WEEK dQ C A and this week only for . OVJ YOU WILL HAVE TO HURRY Talbot & Hubbard, Inc. "At the Sign of the Dog" PEOPLE FLOCK THRO'NEWSTQRE Spacious Premises of Pratt Gilbert Company Have Largest Modern Sales room in the Entire South West EVERY SORT OF IMPLEMENT Machinery Display of Pio neer Firm Extensive, In teresting and Up to Date. Modern Business Appli ances for Transacting Their Business INSPECT ADDITION TO ACKEL'S NEW BUILDING m The Children's Friend-Alabastine Alabastine wall designs de light the children. Sanitary Alahastinod walls protect the children's health. The Sanitary Well Coaling Recommended by physicians. Widely u.-ed by decorators. Comes in powHet form, is easily mixed with cold or warta water, and put on with regular wall bruit Come and look over beautiful color plat for your own home, rfanrcb, school, Let us tell you how to m en e a '. DORRIS HEYMAN FURNITURE CO. "Everything for the Home" vi(xnfvxnpjVvuVMVuvwvvv WORLD'S GREATEST TIRE JOBBERS AUTOMOBILE TIRE CO. 533 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco 6TH & OLIVE STS. LO ANGELES Second and O Sts., San Diego Tires that should average more miles per dollar invested than any thing you can buy Thousands of auto owners in this country using them. Very large stock of standard make. SPECIAL PRICES WE GUARANTEE Goods shipped to all points C O. D. Money refunded on goods returned intact within one week. SPECIAL THIS WEEK 28x3 7.50 30x3 8.50 32x3 8.90 30x3'2 11 00 31x3'2 11-20 32x3'2 1170 34x3'2 11-70 36x3'2 12-20 30x4 14 00 31x4 15.30 32x4 16.20 33x4 16.90 34x4 17.50 35x4 18.50 36x4 $17.10 40x4 15.00 32x42 18.00 34x4i2 21.50 35x4i2 22.50 36x4'2 22.50 37x42 23.30 38x4'2 24.00 42x2 25.00 34x5 20.00 36x5 25.00 37x5 27.00 43x5 27.00 36x5'2 32.85 Motorcycle Non Skid Tires, All Sizes $6.00 Each Prices Subject to Change Without Notice. Phones F3737 H. A. DEMAREST, Mgr. B'dway 4049 The Oldest Automobile Tire Jobbing Concern in the United States and the Largest in the World- Manager Farris Selects Local En gineer to Watch All Work on Structure Placing at rest rumors growing out fit' the rceent plans of Salim Ackel to add four stories to the structure he is building at Center and Jefferson streets, city Manager I'arris baa named A. L. Harris, Phoenix en gineer, to inspect all the work which is being done on the big office build ing that is beginning to rise upon the sky line of this city. The ap pointment of Mr. Harris as an in spector to observe that '.he building restrictions have been complied with, has met with the hearty approval of .Mr. Ackel. who told Manager Karris he was glad to have someone on band who would prove his conten tions. It was originally decided that the building would be three stories. Mr. Ackel Inter decided to add four more stories. He told Manager Farris that the specifications were of such a na ture that a seven-story structure would be just as safe as a three story one. Manager Farris, learning that there had been no official In spection upon which he could base decisions, said he wanted more posi tive proof. The selection of the en gineer, to Inspect all work that has been done and continue to inspect all the operations in the building until it is completed, solves the problem to the satisfaction of both tin manager and Mr. Ackel. city FINANCE AND MARKETS - 1 I f ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH NEW YORK. May 9. The tempor ary satisfaction of the demand of the shorts left the week's stock mar ket in a flabby condition. The con dition was aggravated by a lessen ing confidence in the success of the mediation of the Mexican situation. Toward the end of the week the mar ket lost ground. A disinclination to embark in speculation on either a rise or a fall was characteristic of the market. The shifting of the de mand fop gold from London to New York threatened a stiffening interest rate for money, although the con tinued accumulation of funds here for transactions with the interior, and the small requirements of the business world made, unlikely a tight ening of the money market in the Immediate future. Stocks Amalgamated, "d'f,; Smelting, ill: Santa Fe. M; St. Paul. f7 : New York Central, 91 t-2; Pennsylvania, ll'i: Reading. 1-2: Southern Pa cific. !0 7-K: Cninn Pacific. 1.V4 3-S; Steel, MS s-8; nfd., las. The Metal Market Electrolytic unchanged. Silver, :s 7-s. Hundreds of people flocked to tha Pratt-Gilbert Co. opening yesterday afternoon and evening, and viewed there a display of agricultural machin ery second to none in the Southwest. Not even Los Angeles can boast of a larger or finer sales and display room for this line of goods than the one on S. Central Ave., which the Pratt-Gil-bert people threw open yesterday to the inspection of their many friends and patrons. I On the main floor of the new fire proof building tile visitors found a dis play of almost every kind of farming implement conceivable. The main lines carried by the firm were here ar ranged in a way that displayed them to the best advantage, and proved a revelation to many who saw them. From the mammoth Jumbo buck rake and the mining hoists to the diminu tive engine whirling a 25 -gallon sani tary churn, the display was full of in terest. Wagons, buggies, plows of ev- ry description, engines driven by gas. gasoline, kerosene or distillate, wind mills, cultivators and harvesting ma chinery of every description stood in orderly array for inspection. One feature' of the display was the showing Of pumps, of which the Pratt-Gilbert Co. carry a very complete line, from the ordinary kitchen pump to the ad vance line of centrifugals. Close to these stood a tree of pipe fittings, starting with a trunk six inches in diameter, and tapering to an eighth of an inch at the top. an illustration of the large lino of fittings carried in stock by the firm. On the mezzanine floor which ex tends half way around the room, is lo cated the main office of the company, and also display room for a large and complete line of cultivators. In the oft ice arc the most modern devices for expeditious handling of business, including BOt only cash car riers and a private telephone system connecting with every part of the plant, with also a pneumatic tube sys tem for transmission of orders direct to the warehouse. From the mezza nine floor also, one gets a fine view of the entire main floor before des cending to inspect the basement and warehouse. The basement affords ample room for storing and assembling several car loads of machinery, as well as for vast number of supplementary parts of the many different implements handled by I tne fratt-uunert t o. Across the alley j to the south, is the warehouse, where are kept hundreds of tons of pipe, and wire fencing by the carload. Here also are the bins of pipe fittings, the most complete line in the state. In addition to the regular lines of machines handled by them, the Pratt Qilbert people also carry a complete line of parts of all machinery they handle, and arc prepared to supply any needed part on short notice. In order that this may he done, an elaborate index has been prepared, making it possible for an order for any part' of any machine tarried in stock to tie filled with dispatch. The Pratt -Gilbert Co. are state dis tributors tor :i number of standard lines of farming machinery, among which are the Planet Jr. cultivators and planters, the Cutaway harrows and cultivators, the Samson windmills. Lion fence. Advance pumph and the Children's Sons rakes, in addition to these they carry the I. H. C. line of harvesting machinery, and gas engines up to JO H. P.. and a full line of ve hicles and harness. They have agents or sub-agents at Florence, Casa Gran de, Palo Verdo, and practically every point of importance in the Salt River Valley, and aim to supply anything needed by the varied agricultural in terests of the territory they cover. Nothing was lacking to make the oc casion a most pleasant one for the crowds of visitors that accepted the invitation to the opening. In addition to the floral souvenirs for the ladies, there were watch fobs, stick pins and I thermometers were distributed to the j visiters to say nothing of delicious I nuncb for all. The First Regiment band furnished appropriate music dur ing the evening. Amorij; the representatives of man ufacturers present for the opening wer.- p J. Johnson, of the California Moline plow Ce.: j V. Seaman, repre sentiii" the International Harvester Co.: G. v. Williams of the Republic 'ron f- Steel Co.. and Fred Cowan, of the Meyer Cuggv Co., Syracuse. N V. i WHY NAPOLEON CHOSE EAGLE jThe Emblem Shows Imperial iDignity and Recalls Charlemagne. He Said in the War Drama "f the Eagle" Edward Fraser says that when the committee that was considering a suitable emblem for the newly estab lished empire, suggested tlje tradi- The Standardized Car Do you realize what standardized ear means? After careful study, we have taken from the several success ful sood cars, ranging in price from .f-HXMI.OO to 6000.00. on the market the best ideas. These ideas have been intelligently com bined and the result is the highly efficient and satisfactory COLE. Yet, with these ideas taken from high-priced cars, we are selling the COLE at a price within reach of the average man. If you want to know what ;i "COLE" really is, ask any owner, and he will tell you all you want to know. We guarantee our service ami have only satisfied patrons. 8ee the "COLE" be fore you bur. It is the car with a big pull. Cole Motor Company FOURTH AND WASHINGTON STREETS Repairing and Machine Work Our Specialty tional Gallic cock. Napoleon would not hear of it. "Bah!" he cried, con temptuously. "The cock belongs to the farmyard. It is far too feeble a creature.'' Overriding their final choice, which was a lion couchant, he substituted the eagle. 'It affirms the imperial dignity," he explained, "and recalls Charle magne." It is doubtful if it would have re called Charlemagne without a. good deal of prompting of the public mind, but it really did recall the conquer ing eagles of the Roman legions; and this association Napoleon emphasized by putting an eagle, Roman fashion, on the staff of i very regimental flag. These eagles, he decreed, rather than the perishable tri -color that streamed below them, should be regarded, hon ored and cherished as the standards of the army. The artist Isabey desiged them; they were made of copper and gilded, weighed three pounds and a half, and were eight inches in height and nine inches from wing tip to wing tip. They were received only from the hands of the emperor. To lose one was to incur dishonor that could be wiped out only by the cap ture of an enemy's flag in battle. No lost eagle might be replaced except by special permission of the em peror. The 'Presentation of the Eagles." when Napoleon, crowned and scept ered. and attended by the Empress Josephine, the court and the mar shals of France bestowed the new standards on the regiments on the Champ de Mars, was one of the most magnificent pageants that- the world has known. "Soldiers! Behold your standards!" the emperor declaimed, with a sweep ing gesture. "These eagles shall ever be to you the rallying point. Wherever your emperor shall deem it needful for the defense of the throne and people, there shall they be seen. You swear to ascrifice your lives in their defense, to maintain them by your courage ever in the path of yietory? You swear it?" There was a mo ment's breathless pause; then a thun dering shout amid the flash of raised sabers: "We swear it!" Often, indeed, those who swore kept their oath, and many are the tales of devotion and heroism that center round the glittering golden birds the "cckoos," as the soldiers nicknamed them with affectionate familiarity. Yet by the irony of fate, it was the sight of the golden eagle that tip ped a captured battle flag, projecting through the carriage window of young Colonel Percy, the messenger from Waterloo, that gave the first inkling of Napoleon's final defeat to the London crowd. The people fol lowed and gathered beneath the win dows of the house where he delivered his message to the prince regent. Presently a window on the balcony above was thrown open, and the battered eagles, with the tattered tri color dropping below them, were thrust through for all to see. They shone in the lighted tapers that the excited and triumphant guests snatched from the banquet table and help up to illuminate them. o A Philadelphia bowler has invent ed a machine for weighing and find ing the balance of bowling balls. n j Ecuador prohibits the importation I of patent medicines containing in ' gredients detrimental to health. Tin'.- made for electric automobiles arc more sensitive to neglect than those made for gasoline, cars. ELECTRICAL FIXTURE SALE Our entire stock of modern and up-to-date Parlor Lamps, Domes, Chandeliers, Brackets and Electric Glassware will be sold at cost for the next ten days. We would be pleased to have you call and inspect our stock. W. B. Slentz Electrical Co. 315 West Washington St.