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COLISEUM COLISEUM The Old and Reliable FEATURE ACTS THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC AM, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 191 1 4--BG 4 10c and 20c Farley & Prescott Comedy Singing Talking and Acrobatic Dancing EH HI Farley 10c and 20c 10c, 20c, 30c CANTATA BETHANY Phoenix Choral Society Will Sing Sa cred Story Trcs Evening That the Bethany cantata to be pre sented this evening by the Phoenix Choral society will be one of the musical events of the year is already assured, botli by the large sale of tick ets anil by the personnel) of perform -era. The society has a membership of seventy-five, composed of the best vocal talent of the city, and the con cert tonight will be another demonstra tion of their already widely recogniz ed ability. The work to be presented is "lieth any." founded on the story ol Martha and Mary, and the incidents at the time of the raising of LJtxarus. It not only affords opportunity for much choral work, but also includes a number of especially fine solo numbers, in which the local artists will be heard to advantage. The affair is in the nature of a benefit concert for the organ fund of the new Trinity Pro- Cathedral and this fact attract a large audience hould The soloists who will take part to- night are: Mrs. Francis H. RedewiH, soprano: Mrs. II. 55. Barlow, contralto; Mr. Carl Sargent, tenor: Mr. A. Koncrieff Carr, baritone; Miss Nellie A. Teasdale, pi ano; Mrs. Barr, first violin: Mr. Carl I.indstrom, second violin: Mr. Albert Wolfe, Viola; Mr. A. I,. Kyle. bass. The list of officers of the society follows: Vice Presidents. Mrs. Shirley Chris ty. Mr. .1. W. Don-is, Mr. J. C. C. H. Hoon; Secretary, Miss Mildred Pickett: Treasurer, Mr. Hugh D. Marshall: chairman Press Committee, Mr. H. J. Minhinick: Chairman Program Com mittee. Mrs. Clyde M. dandy: Musical Director, Mr. William Conrad Mills. Tickets for the concert may be had at the drug stories of the city and at the Arizona School of Musi' . FINANCE AND 1 I MARKETS f f ASSOCIATED PliBSS DISPATCH NEW YORK. May 20. The session on the stock exchange was devoid of interesting developments. Trading v. as dull, and professional throughout and the montony of the movement was relieved only by heaviness of such issues as Missouri Pacific ind Western Maryland, whose affairs wire admittedly unsatisfactory. The shares and bonds of these companies fell from one to five points. In its broader aspects the red feature of the day was the further rise in foreign exchange. The de mand for sterling advanced t I4.8S.SS, and cables quoted at $4.8!', indicating a continuance, probably on an increased scale, of the recent gold exports. ' ittW Foreign stock markets were, not unlike our own. London nianil'estin.' i sluggish and drooping tendency, & Prescott ALWAYS THE COOLEST THEATER Harry with some weakness at Paris and Berlin. The weakness of the Issues mentioned affected the general bond list, prices' falling on reduced deal ings. Total sales represented a par value of Jl.4iiO.UUU. Metals Electrolytic. unchanged-; Silver. ." i "!(,; Copper, quiet Stocks Amalgamated. t::'V. Smelting, ::": Santa Pe, 96; St. Paul. 190; New Y. rk central. 93 ; Pennsylvania, 1117-; Reading 1M; Southern Par 93 Union Pacifc 167; Steel, 2: Preferred. 10M1. BOSTON COPPER MARKET Adventun Arizona Commercial Ailouez 'alumet and Ariz . . Calumet and Hecla Copper Range Daly West Ray Consolidated . . i ireene 'ananea . . . Hancock isle rtoyale Lake Copper Miami .Mohawk Mass Copper North Butte Nevada Com 47 . M . 6Hs . 129 . :i"S 1 217 . is'.: 41 r.7 4:;u 17 21 : 21 4.". 27 ts 76 4S' CI I I Osceola 7." Old Dominion 4? Quinry '. 55 Shannon .' Superior Copper H Tamarack 3 I tab Cons .. Victoria Winona Wolverine . . North Lake . South Lake . Chino 1'tah Copper Tom Reed . . 1 19 - t 1 " l 42 57 SM 17 IVi 4 1 Inspiration 10 o ELVEY AND HULETT SOON TO OCCUPY NEW HOME Will Then Be Oldest and Youngest Drug Store In Phoenix To have the distinction of manag ing both the oldest and newest drug stores in the city is Something to be proud of. It is the distinction thai will be borne by the Klvey and Hu lett company which for fifteen years has been managing the drug store across the alley on Washington street from Donofrio's, and who are shortly to open their handsome new quarter? at the corner of Adams street am First avenue, in the remodelled O'Neil I block. The fixtures for the new store are among the most handsome that have ever been placed in any store in the city. They are of redwood with a handsome design. The soda fountain that will lie placed in the Stole is of the finest marble and onyx, one of 4--PEOPLE--4 European Novelty THE LES KELLIORS Acrobatic Novelty A Night at the Circus Special Scenery 3REELS3 --4--FOUR ACTS (Irish) Bernard and His Merry GORDON TWEED CLUB FOR 1914 President Directors Social Oi '-elected and if Prospering uii.atioii Are ( Ik sen ;it Most Harmon ions Business Session try Club has had a r.d that the directors e worked in perfect monstrated when the rs again chose Gor- icir president, nths past have been ;n the history of this i hi. r&inization, largely due to of Mr. Tweed and the "ftOIlK of rj us com mi' ,'.n.' number rn added to :'i besides ih fees assisting nun. Of innovations have the popularity of the gi neral Improvements tiie hou ml grounds. The ent ertainment committee inaugurated the Wednesday tennis luncheons, introduc ed the tango in Phoenix. launched the unprecedented amateur success "Chris topher Je." and made the Saturday tea and dinner dance notable week-end events. The fortnightly dances alter nating with card evenings were among the season's particularly delightful af fairs. Outdoor sports were featured and tennis and golf still attract many to the (dub despite the warm weather. The formal club year closed a few weeks ago when a three days' tennis t lurnament was held under the au spices of the Border States Tennis As sociation and came to an end with a brilliant ball. Those who will plan the pleasure of club the coming wit ter will he Gor don Tweed, president: Aaron Goldberg, vice president: Howard S. Reed, sec retary: Hugh D. Marshall, treasurer, and William G Hartranft, chairman of the house committee. The directors will be Cordon Tweed, E. W. Bennett. E. J. Hennett, Aaron Goldberg, Dwight P. Heard. Gus Noll, I,. II. Chalmers. John Dennett, Jr., Hugh D. Marshall, Jr.. and Howard S Reed. The committee appointments will be made later in the week the most modern of its kind. In fact the spirit of modernity pervades the whole place. The firm is too well known to need any introduction to Phoenix people. The best of stock and the most ex tensive has always been kept and now that the company has outgrown its former home, it is the understanding the new store will be more extensive!) stocked than was the old HEADS Backed By the Bert Levey Circuit BESS BROOKS High Class Vocalist Of First Run Motion Pictures REMEMBER and Makers at the Empress Theater, the Home of Musical "HURLEY TWIRLEY" 0UIME1 LOSES American Open rolf ( !hani-! pion Beaten by British Crack in Sensational Match; Thousands Bet; Against U. S. Players A880CIATB SANDWICH, The defeat of American open "Young" Tubbs Sea ii. the s British open c set the I'nited i My, in spite o erick Herreshoi ictor over J North Devon G by the score of ahoff won four Following th . PBJH ise. :n I England, May Francis, Ouimel the j by I golf champion, by of Little-Stone-on - croud round of '.he hampionship matches States back oonsider t the fact that l-'rcd-f of New York WB8 oaeph Piatt of the olf club. Ouimet fell two up. while Herre up anil three to play, e defeat of Jerome Tracers, f inner American open champ, led up to this still more sen sational fall down by the one best hit of the visitors from over the At lantic. There are reports of three to rne money in amounts up to fifty thousand pounds, is being offered end take America! i gal nst to win tin tin chances of the championship. JACOB Rl IS DYING f ASSOC! ATKn PRESS DISPATCH BARRE, Mass.. May 2". The con dition of Jacob Riis, writer and so cial worker, is regarded as critical. His physician said there was no hope of any improvement. The pa tient retains consciousness most of the time. Riis came to his summer heme two weeks ago suffering witli chronic heart trouble. STEWART PARDON DENIED Murderer of Hilpot and Kibbe Must Die on May 27 fASSOcrATKD PRESS niSPATCH WASHINGTON, May 2 President Wilson denied a pardon to William Stewart. convicted of murder in Arizona in 1913, and sentenced to be. hanged at Globe on May 27. Many appeals for ;i pardon were made, hut the attorney general ad vised that Stewart had been convict ed three times and that apparently there was no doubt of his guilt. Stewart, with John P. Goodwin, Was convicted of murdering Alfred Hilpot and Fred Kibhe, ami Goodwin was executed. FIGHT TO DRAW r ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH BUTTE, May 20. Bob McAIIester of San Francisco and Tommy McCarthy of Lewiston, fought twelve rounds to a dpw. SECOND GAME NO PROHIBITION OR SUFFRAGE THIS SESSION Nation wide Blow at Liquor Traffic Likely to Be Deferred ASSOCIATED press dispatch! WASHINGTON, May J. Pros pects for action at this session of congress on either nation-wide pro hibition or the woman suffrage pro posed constitutional amendment fad ed further as a result of develop ments in the house. While present ing the house two telegrams from religious gatherings who said they were praying for congressional action on the prohibition resolution. Rep resentative llobson, of Alabama, its sponsor, announced that for the pre sent he did not propose t' press it. Representative Mondell, author of the suffrage amendment resolution, said he proposed to urge his measure and that he had hoped the Alabama member would join with him with his prohibition proposition, Two delegations vainly sought to have the house rules committee ac cord another hearing on suffrage. NO VOTE ON TOLLS Senators Have Speeches They Are Determined to Deliver. associated tress iiispatchI WASHINGTON, May 20. Failure of the democratic leaders in the sen ate to got an agreement to vote on the Panama tolls bill at the end of the week resulted in a . renewed and more determined effort to hasten the delivery of the scheduled speeches The sessions are now beginning at II o'clock and next week will probably- ANNOUNCEMENT TO SUBSCRIBERS OF TICKETS TO "THE ARTISTS' COURSE" The coupons for the 4tli and 5th concerts of "lie Artists' Course" will be hon ored on the David Bisphaiu concert at the Elks' theater. May 26th. This being a double price attraction, the subscribers may exchange their course coupons on a two for one basis for Bisham tickets, at Uedewill .Music Co. s store, for the best available seats. ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC Mrs. Shirley Christy, Director IN TOWN --3--THREE REELS Comedy see regular night sessions in the senate. Democratic Leader Kern asserted he saw no reason why four or five speeches could, not be delivered each day, and announced beginning tomor row In- proposed to ask every day for unanimous consent for an agree ment to vote. Three speeches on the toll question were made today. All favored the repeal bill. Hollis of New Hampshire defended the measure as upholding the treaty obligations of the United States. Kenyon of Iowa made the first public statement of his attitude on the measure, announcing he would vote for repeal on econ omic grounds He said he had reached a conclusion that the exemption of American coastwise vessels was an unwarranted special privilege. -o- ATLANTIS IS AGROUND Norwegian Steamer Sends Call of Dis tress and Battleship Responds associated press dispatch! GALVESTON, May ;n. The Norwe gian steamer Atlantis which left Gal veston on May 17 for Tampico with 08 passengers is aground 199 miles north of Tampico and tugs have been ordered to her rescue. All the pas sengers have been taken off by the I'nited States battleship Connecticut, according to information received here. No details of the accident to the At lantis were given, but the wireless message for tugs were urgent and the steamer is pounding to pieces. The Connecticut received a "S. O. S." call from the Atlantis at Tampico. It is believed that the Atlantis went aground on Tuesday night and that the Connecticut reached her early today- Two powerful wrecking tugs were ordered from Mobile to the steamer's assistance. Most of the 10c and 20c Thomas & Ward the Funny Coon and His Dainty Soutrette and 20c Thur., Fri., Sat., Sun. SOME TRAVELLING FOR j PLUCKY FORD OWNERS j El Centra Party En Route to Jackson, Michigan A dust covered five-passenger Ford car drew UO in the shade of the Ru- dolpfa garage yesterday and war tak I en Into shop for a short rest. It con tained R. W. Gray, wife and son and I daughter, wealthy farming folk from Kl Centre. In the famous Imperial Val ley, enroute t0 Jackson. Mich., to spend I the summer. "It is all right to talk about big fine looking cars." said Gray yesterday. "They are fine for the boulevards, but when I want one to stand the gaff I get a Ford.'' The game little car has tiie same Imperial air in the tires that was pumped in before the start was made. It carries a load equal to its own weight, but it came through the ill famed Mammonth wash in jig time two hours in fart. "Just hit the dust and came on through," was the way the travelers exppressen it. The wlvle load was weighed at Yuma before starting on the lap of the ! course to Phoenix and it weighed 28C0 I pounds. Mr. Gray expects to have no trouble going to Jackson. Mich., bj way of the White mountains, over a I part of t'.ie mute taken by Erwin ('.. j Baker, the international motorcyclist j on his recent record-breaking tour from coast to coast. I The trip from Yuma here was made in two days, the stop over being at the MottbUSh place at Palomas. passengers are foreigners who from Tampico after Vera Cruz wa cupied by the Americans. fie.