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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING-, MAT 22, 1914 Have Your Eyes Examined Jla.se.st5 fitted and lenses ground all in our establish ment. SWIGERT BROS. ! 9 East Adam St. ' DR. D. D. NORTHRUP Optometrist Rooms Papered or calmimlnad it and up. We carry our own stock CAVILEER & CO, The Decorator 108 East Adams. Phone 182. SALT RIVER VALLEY MONU MENTAL WORKS V. E. Lindsay, Prop. 409 West Washington St. Arizona Granite &s well as .11 other granite used. Phone 1323 (or prices Raisin Bread For Summer "What a wonderful appetizer" you'll say when you have tried our Raisin Bread. Made with big fruity raisins, that contain the natural flavor of rich Cali fornia Grapes. A light bread in itself, com binlrg that different taste and freshness so necessary in a summer food. Have us send you out a loaf today. They'll All Like It PHOENIX BAKERY 7 West Washington St. Hilderbran'g Jewelers and Opticians Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. WHEN YOU HAVE ANY DONE SEE THAT THIS Is on It or that It Is done by one of the firms below who are entitled to use it. ARIZONA ARIZONA ARIZONA CAPITOL REPUBLICAN GAZETTE STATE PRESS PRINTING CO. MESA TRIBUNE MORRIS PRINTING CO. R. A. W ATKINS PRINTING CO. SOCIALIST BULLETIN THE QUALITY PRESS (Signed) Label Committee PRANA Y4 t'AAVV iA V fJ! X it: i 4 A AA'A A A A , The home soda fountain. Sold only by .tcPkubGv. 1 t: LIT, PRINTING 7..h.niLix.w. For Picture Framing go to BALKE'8 Th Big Curio on Adami Street Of Local Interest STORED WATER SUPPLY Water service report for May 21, Elevation of water in reservoir. feet ('intents of reservoir, ai re feet Loss preceding 24 hours, acre feet I Klovation of water in reser voir one j ear ago today, feet Contents of reservoir, one year ago today, acre feet.. Normal flow of Silt and Verde rivers at Granite Reef dam, M. I l:i3.iG 294.669 2.3r. j 11)4.75 42,lu 23.S-IO Normal flow of water lands up to year Amount of water used irrigation, north side. for l,ss:l for XI. I. Amount of water used ligation, south side. for ir M. I. . . 2i,4'M' LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY a. m. 6 p. m. Temperature, degrees tit! 9S Sensible temperature. 52 Hi Humidity per cent H 12 Wind direction K NV Wind velocity, miles S 12 Rainfall U " Weather Clear Clear Highest temperature, 104. Lowest temperature. 65. Mean relative humidity, 23. Total rainfall, 0. ' Excess in temperature yesterday. Is degrees. Excess in temperature since firs! of month. 29 degrees. Accumulated excels in tempcratuie since January 1, 359 degrees. Departure in rainfall yesterday, none. Deficiency in rainfall since first of month. .02 inch. Accumulated deficiency in rainfall tince January l. .77 inch. Data for Tucson Highest temperature yesterday; 106. Rainfall yesterday, o. ROBERT R. BKIC.C.S, Section Director. PHOENIX MARKET t'or valby products Prices paid today by WALTER HILL CO.. wholesale: Eggs 20e Rutter, dairy 25,-; Creese i: Hens, i'oz $6.00 to ?7.00 Chickens, do'. $5.00 to ?6.C0 o ! MINE I I'ennie. SUPERINTENDENT. J. w. superintendent of the Shan non Copper Company's plant at Clif ton, is in Phoenix on business. DOWN FROM PRESCOTT. Dr. B. X. Looney. superintendent of the state board of health, was in the city yesterday on business. MASQUERADE BALL The Wed nesday Night Social club gave a very enjoyable dance at Patrick 'lall last Wednesday evening and will hold a masquerade ball next week. LADIES' AID MEETING Th.re will be a business meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society in the parlors of the IVesbyterifin church at 3 p. m., Friday, May 22nd. All members of he church are earnestly requested to be present. HEALTH LAWS OUT. The pub lic health laws of the state, and reg ulation of the state board of health, have been published in pamphlet form. Copies may be had on appli cation to tile state board of health. MA YSOME DAY BE SHERIFF. W. A. B'-nnett, undcrsberiff of t!ra Itam county, on his present trip to Phoenix confided in friends that he might some day be sheriff of his county. He has announced his cani dacy for the office and promises lo make a. strong race for it. ACCEPTED BIDS. The state board of . control yesterday accepted the fol lowing bids: For furnishing an oven for the asylum, the bid of the Peter son oven Company of Chicago, amount, ?170; for refrigerating plant to manufacture ice and for cooling part of the plant at the asylum, the bid of C. M. Gay & Co.. of T.os An geles, amount $4500: for a portable oven, the bid of the Southern Cali fornia Supply Co., of Los Angeles: the bid of V,'. W. Montague Co.. of San Franeiseo. on a range for the asylpm w; s accepted o Strawberries, blackberries and rasp berries; 3 boxes 25 cents: Friday and Saturday. MeKee's Cash ittore. 1I THE CHRISTMAS CLUB Don't overlook this chance to have ready money for Christmas. Start with lc, 2c or 5c at The Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Company. gs o ' WATCH FOR THE? NEW CHASE TRUCKS. (Advertisement.) tf FISHING TACKLE Robinson. Advertisement Plnney Arizona Title Guarantee & Trust Co. Will act as Trustee under our patrons full protection. Certificates of Title That absolutely guarantee Escrow Agreements That protects and facilitate THE ARIZONA TITLE i ON THE MEND Joe Monibon, jv.ho has been ill for the last eight j weeks, is slowly recovering. LOCATES 16 CLAIMS-J. V. Duu- ihain was in Phoenix a few hours yes- teniae filing on sixteen mining claims j ; he ha 1 jjst located in the Ray dist- j rid. He left last evening for Saf jford to inspect more mining prop erty there. BACK FROM COAST 11. H Mioup of the Shoup Lumber company on Kast Washington St., returned yesterday from the coast. While on the coast he purchased several carloads of lumber that are following him within a few days. BERRIEN FROM EL PASO E. V. Rerrien, one of the oldest in point of service traveling men that comes to this section, arrived in the city yes terday lo renew his many acquaintances- in Phoenix. Mr. Berrien hails from El Paso where he is prominent in business and social c ircles. FUNERAL OF A BABE The burial of Edith Agnes, the babe of Mr. and 1rs- rV'ry- W. Munger, took place yes terday morning at nine o clock. Tue child whi. was only twenty months old, died the afternoon before after an ill ness of only four days. The funeral was private being attended only by fiiends of the family. ORME AND ELLIOTT.-Piesident Orrne and Engineer Elliott of the Wwter Iers' Association, the investi gator appointed by the special meet ing id the board of governors, have gone to Camp Verde via Prcseutt to look into the matter of the Verde ditch. They intend finding out the true condition of affairs and in case they discover that the settlers along the river have cxceedcl their rights in appropriating water from the stream, they will return to file in junctions in the Maricopa and Yava pai county courts. PRISONERS ON RUBBERNECK WAGON , five-ton Saucr truck now being used to transport gngs of prisoners engaged in road work from Florence to the cumpK. On Tuesday truck left Florence prisoners, arriving in nesday afternoon. Ye various road morning the with thirteen Bisbee Wed- sterday mom - ing tlu truck loft Bisbee for the honor camp between Roosevelt and Globe with thirteen passengers. The return trip to Florence will lie made today. It is stated that this me'hod of moving the men from one camp to the other will result in a saving of fifty per cent over cost of tail-, toatl travel CLEARING UP THE POTTER'S FIELD It is only eight days now- un til Decoration Day and if the design of decorating the rotter's field, something that has never before been done in Phoenix to hi; done on that day, a good deal of clearing up will have to be done, rt will not cost a great deal to have it done but it will cout something and the money will have to be raised by popular subscription. The money may be left with Miss Elizabeth Bar ger at the Associated Charities who has charge of this worthy enterprise. It. is hoped that the donations may bo numerous. None of them need be great. DEATH OF A BOY Robert Percy Snuedland. aged ten years anil six months, the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sunderland of 20!t East Van Bu ren street diej yesterday morning at one'o'clock. The funeri! will take place en Saturday morning at nine o'clock from the chapel of Moore & MeLcllan. The little boy had been ill for nearly a year, the nature of his ailment not having been definitely determined But it is thought that death resulted from a valvular trouble of the heart. There was a hope or his recovery until a couple of weeks ag . when a little play mate across the street died. From that time the condition of the little boy gradually grew worse. ROTARY CLUB LUNCHEON. The weekly luncheon of the Rotary Club tomorrow will he presided over f"V W C. Button of Berryliill K- Com pany, and A. C. Hulett will sneak. The club will discuss plans of enter tainment for the visiting Hotarians: from Los Angeles who are duet to ar rive here Saturday evening. Tentative pluns so far call fur an automobile 'our of the valley immediately fol lowing the arrival, then a dinner of 'he Phoenix Rotarians in honor of the Cos Angeles Rotarians. The plans of the Board of Trade for the entertain ment of the visiting Rotarians arc an automobile ride from 3 o'clock un til i o'clock. From 6 o'clock until S:0o they are lo be entertained at ".inner: and at t:ua they are to bv given a smoker on the roof garden of the Arizona Club. o TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY " - . 1 i iiiniiii-inri-i- i. COLORKD MAX who can do any kind of work wants situation: can fur nish references. Phone 2255. William I. ash. it o McBrkle and "Pro; for 15 or ter. & Beaver's "La Compos'i" ?rets-Phoenix" cigars seli 2 for 25 cents. None od ds BATHING SUITS. Pinney & Ro binson. (Advertisement.) o- Arizona Lodge No. 2, F. & A. M., will confer the Third Degree tonight. Hour of op ening s o'clock. Sojourning brethren cord iull v invited. C. F. LEONARD, Worshipful Ma.ster. (Advertisement! It its bonds to the state which insures real estate transactions. GUARANTEE & TRUST CO. BERRYHILL'S CORNER ! STORE NOW REMODELED ! Great Improvement in Front and In crease in Capacity Noted The Berryhill store, which has been suffering from an acute attack of remodelling and rebuilding tin' past two months, has finally emerg ed in very fine condition. The mosi noticeable change is in the Washing ton str-et trout where two of the most beautiful and modern display windows in the Southwest greet the pussersby. Very attractive oak backing, with green stain, an extra quality plate glass uindov.s. with a handsome effect and prism lights hove the transom lights add to the attractiveness. Inside in the fjont division of t'li store i nine pint ha'rony running aroud three sides has b'tn built in. This is for the display of filing cab inets and similar stock. In the ear ol tile siorr foimerly divided departments bits one large room , ti;e partition ihat the toy and doll be. ii removed and made. In this a wide halcony alio has been swtvna On three, sides. This room is used for demonstrating the phonograph ate1 is comfortable and quiet. 1 Manager Button sas that the past J seasons business has been so heavy teat It was found necessary either i lo greatly reduce the lints cameo or to arrange f..r mure space. It was decided to do the latter, and i gain ol over 40 per cent in storage 'ind display space has resulted. More help is now needed than ever before, fiften being employer). The design ing of the improvements and tiie':' construction was all done- by '. B. Stewart. FINANCE AND MARKETS I ASSOCIATED I'llKSS IXSPVTCH XEW YORK. .May 21.- The ivac fionary treird which became more pro nounced in the final dealings marked tb-. course of operations el) the stock market. Trading n;is again small and obviously professional, the deterrent, factors including the New Haven in vestigation, the uncertain status of MissTiri Pacific affairs and the further rise of foreign exchange to the highest quotations jn seven years. The crop news was more encouraging during he day. The day brought "various '.'innoiv regarding the Wabash flnd Ro'.-I; Island rorganization plans. The local money market hardened slightly. There was a transfer of cur rency to the Pacific coast but no gold i exnorts. Bonds yielded in sympathy with renewed depression in Rock Island. Missouri Pacific and Western Maryland issues. Total sabs reprc--ented u par value of J1,l33.000. Cnlt ed States o's advanced Ii. registered 2's coupon 2's and Panama 2's per ent i.n call. Metals XEW YORK. May 21. E!eotvol tic, lt..5: Silver. 57: Copper, steady. Stocks Amalgamated. T2'n: Smelting. 6.;': Santa Fe, ": St. Paul. lOOli: New York Central, S2r': Pennsylvania, 1111:: Readinr, li5'.v: Southern Pa cific. ;c; Cnion Pucilic. Stee.i. GKS.; preferred. 10fs- Boston Copper Market Bid Auvelititie i V iz nti Comiu'l 1 "i lllouez t't Calumet and Ariz t;i L- Calunot and Ilet-lu 42 Cot per Range "T Dn'y West 1' Ray Cons 21 ',. Liiroux 75 Greene Canaiiea 22 Ask ' U 41 ti"i 43" .17 ia 21.i 21'.; 125 :12 c. 17 21 4 J Hancock U I sic Royal Lake Copper t'-4 Miami 22 Mohawk . . . Mass 'opper North Butte Nevada Con tt i.'t, 0 - IVU 7 ISV, HO 21) 3W 1 a.-.; 21- 31 43 Ii 5 1 tP.i 56j sf,'i 24 11 Oscerilu 7 t 'Id Dominion 4 ijuincv 5 Shannon Superior Copper Tamarack . . l"t ah C n.3 Victoria Winona 2XS :,(. PC- 2 if :! Wolverine . . 42 1 : North Lake m South Jake Chino 41 L'lah Copper HtiU Inspiration . . ltrv Shattuck 2 0,4 WATCH FOR THE MOW TRUCKS. ( Advertisement.) CHASK tf You Can Make Your Complexion Better if when your skin is chapped or sunburnt by using Cuticream 25c BOTTLE The Busy Drug Store The San-Tux Stove 550 Phone 660 Ladies' Summer Hats We liave .just received by express some excep tionally smart Ladies' Hats for summer in the new Madagascar fibre and trimmed with a pujrarr'H' baud. The very latest out. McDOUGALL and CASSOU 1 he ".New ay .Men s Shoit Square Diehl Shoes A Style Leader The "Puritan" in Black and Mahogany Brown $4.50 The Pur. tan is different from any ipf the other English models that we have shown. The long, slen der effect of this oxford makes it especially desirable for men who want stylo that is out of the ordinary, the not too extreme. Jn tliis new shape, dignity is com bined with style of a high order. H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO. 8 W. Wash. St Buy Your Gradua tion Presents at Our Drug Store Prettiest line, dait.ty presents, big reduction 25 per cent to per cent off account of Moving Sale now on. Our new local ion will be X W. Cor. Adams and 1st Ave, o'Xcil Building. New Sanitary Liipiid Fountain. Elvey & Hulett uality Druggists 27 E. Wash St. Phoenix Phones 411 and 141 j , I GLENDALE Hiss Margaret Meagher, of i ) Qlendale, is the correspondent of j The Arizona Republican in that I I district and will be glad to re- ' I ceive all items of news at the 1 Qlenwood hotel. j j ROY CARR FUNERAL Roy J. Purr, whose occurred Tues day at the Sisters' Hospital in Phoe nix, was buried Thursday afternoon at S o'clock. Mr. C;trr had been a resident of i4lendule for several years having a homestead north of town. He was al one time secretary of the Pourl of Trade, which position lie was forced to resign on account of his health. The funeral services wen held at the undertaking parlors of Merrynian & Hayt and inteienient was at ( irr.en wood cemetery. SHIPS CATTLE Fred Uolldran shipped a car of c;tt t'e to Prescott, Arizona. Thursday. PERSONAL Mrs. Hardy of Phoenix was a visi tor to Glcndalp Thursday. The People I, umber Company re- USE SPALDING Athlete and Sporting Goods. "The Guarantee Makes 'em rin'ht, sold bv Berryhill's How'd You Like to Get a Check Just in Time to That's just what you will do. and you will hardly realize where it came from, if you join our CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB Join now by making the first weekly payment. If you can't come, send it by mail or get some one to bring it for you. Phoenix Savings Bank and Trust Company Contractors and Builders We wish to announce that we are not in the contracting and building business. When you figure with us you are given bed-rock prices. OUR CONTRACTORS GET THE BUSINESS. Bennett Lumber Co. "Stock always complete" Phone 1211. Corner Second Ave. and Jackson Busiest because Best and Biggest We wish to announce that Our Remodelling Is Wow Complete and our large stock of books, stationery, office sup plies, office equipment, phonographs, toys, etc., to which many additions have recently been made, is now ready for your inspection. Visit our new Victrola and Edison demonstrating room. The Berryhill Co. .Fountain Service to 11 P. M. cciwnl a car of lumber from Kast San Pedro. Ceorge M. Oieksop was a business visitor to the capital city yesterday. BALL GAME The local baseball team w ill play on grounds near the sugar factory Sunday the New Stiite team of Phoe- nix Seattle's the Place togf t wiv (romihe 1 unbraicNe Stiirtmei heat- Enjcy hr dri.Khilully toe' " r-r fSfffkt-lrs JEFfEP ft breeics finm Pyi j Stund and temrrn- j Hotel Savoy ! I a l:te cr:er 3 tiitnrs an afcsn lately titpijo( 1 ROOMS WITH B A tz.oa up Are You Thinking of opening a new bunk account? If so, collie in and talk it over with us. The National Bank of Arizona The Old Reliable A Couple of Weeks Before Christmas? Buy Your Presents HAIR GOODS FOR SALE j Ladies' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing. i Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair : Dressing; Expert Chiropodists, all foot troubles removed. Moles and ; warts removed by electricity, SHIRLEY SHIRLEY ' Phone 1704 St East Adams Street BEST FOR SEWER connections. Specify our ma chine marie cement pipe CEMENT PIPE CO. Vbone 1312. 543 K. Jackson St. P. J. RITCHIE DENTIST Phone 1102. 11 West Adams v INI ' 134 West Washington Street.