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THE 'ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1914 Have Your Eyes Examined Glascss fitted and lenses ground all in our establish ment. SWIGERT BROS. 9 East Adams 8fc ' OR. D. D. NORTHRUP Optometrist ' Rooms Papered or calclmlned 14 and up. We carry our own stock. CAVILEER & CO. The Decorators 108 East Adams. Phone 1821 P SALT RIVER VALLEY MONU MENTAL WORKS V. E. Lindsay, Prop. 409 Went Washington Bt Arizona. Granite as well as all other granite used. Phone 132S for prices ramus HAIR GOODS FOR SALE Ladles' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing, Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair Dressing; Expert Chiropodists, all fot troubles removed. Moles and warts removed by electricity. SHIRLEY 4 SHIRLEY Phone 1704 39 East Adams Street FRED H. BOWLER "Miner of All Miners" Candidate for Sheriff Subject to the democratic nrlmar I ies. Sept. 8. i MACHINERY Machinery of all kinds built, re built or repaired. Be equipped shop In state. Only expert me chanics. Work guaranteed. OVERLAND AUTO COMPANY 326-328-310 N. Central Bath Caps All Colors All Styles MjfcxaSb WHEN YOU HAVE ANY PRINTING DONE 8EE THAT THIi la on It or that It to dons by one of the firms below who are entitled to use It. ARIZONA REPUBLICAN ARIZONA GAZETTE ARIZONA STATE PRES CAPITOL PRINTINQ CO. MESA TRIBUNE ' MORRIS PRINTINQ CO, R. A. WATKINS PRINTING CO. SOCIALIST BULLETIN THE QUALITY PREM I (Signed) Label Committee Hire a little salesman at The Re Butternut Bread Pure as the Drifted Snow Since 1881 Phoenix Bakery : 7 w- AYasl'ington,st-.... 1 publican office. A Want Ad will see For Picture Framing go to BALKE'S The Big Curio on Adams ; Street STORED WATER SUPPLY Water service department report for July 11; Elevation of water in reservoir, feet ... 122.43 Contents of reservoir, acre ft. 212,595 Lops preceding 24 hours, acre feet 1,811 Elevation of water in reservoir, one year a so today, feet ... 146.62 Contents of reservoir, one year ago today, acre feet 377,694 Normal flow of Salt and Verde rivers, at Granite Reef dam, M. 1 17,900 Normal fiow water for lands up to year 1880 Amount of water used for irri gation, north side. M. 1 33,645 Amount ot water used for irri gation, south side, M. 1 19,100 o LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY .! Ill I Of Local Interest 6 a. m. 8 p.-m. Temperature, degrees 85 99 Sensible temperature 70 74 Humidity, per cent 46 15 Wind direction SE E Wind velocity, miles 6 8 Rainfall 0 0 Weather cloudy cloudy Highest temperature, 101. Lowest temperature, 82. Mean relative humidity, 30. Total ranfall, 0. Excess in temperature yesterday, 2 degrees. Deficiency in temperature since first of month, 11 degrees. Accumulated excess in temperature since January 1, 347 degrees. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .03 inch. Deficiency in rainfall since first of month, .11 inch. Accumulated deficiency in rainfall since January 1, .96 inch. Data for Tucson. Highest temperature yesterday ...96 Rainfall yesterday 0 ROBERT R. BRIGGS. ' Section Director. o PHOENIX MARKET For valley products Prices paid today by WALTER HILL CO., wholesale: Eggs 20c Butter, dairy 26c Creese 12c Hens, doz J6.00 to S7.00 Chickens, doz J5.00 to 16.00 Y. M. B. A. MEETS The Young Men's Business Association of Phoe nix will hold its regular meeting for July on the balcony of the T. M. C A. building Monday evening at eight o'clock. Mr. Frpd H. Sears will speak on Public Markets and The Cost of Living. The public Is invited. A BIRTHDAY DINNER The seventy-seventh birthday of Mrs. D. C. Warren was celebrated yesterday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wrarren on West Adams .street. The guests were the sons and daughters of the aged couple residing here Including Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lount. Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Parker and Elmer and Fred War- i ren with their children. Altogether there were fifteen at the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Warren have been married fo about fifty-five years and have re sided In Phoenix about twenty years. The health of this aged couple has been remarkably good. Their family con sists of nine children all of whom are living, some in the east and others on the coast. MORE ACRES OPENED During the month of June, 1914, a total of 288 acres of land within the Tonto National Forest. Arizona were listed with the Secretary of the Interior and will shortly be opened to entry under the Forest Homestead Act. The lands thus listed were applied indi vidually by three applicants, and each one of these tracts was exam ined by a Forest Officer and found to be -more valuable for agriculture than for forest purposes. Those whose applications within the Tonto Na tional Forest were favorably acted upon during the month of June are. H. V. Rosenberger, Tempe, Arizona: I. A. Clark, Youiig Arizona; M. J. Thompson. Young. Arizona. - In ad dition to this 2902 acres were listed to applicants within other National Forests in Arizona, and 2195 acres within National Forests in New Mex ico. o MERCHANTS AND CLERKS ATTENTION! Special Fried Chicken dinner at the A. M. E. church. Second and Jefferson streets, Tuesday, July 14. Menu: Fried chicken, rice, potatoes, string beans, sliced tomatoes, cucumbers, onions. Macaroon ice cream, Lady Baltimore cake, grape Juice, tea, coffee, and but termilk. Price 25 cents. Dinner from 11:30 a. m. to 8 p. m. bk o Arizona Chapter No. 1. R. A. M. will confer the Mark Master Degree this (Monday) evening, 8 P. M." Sojourning Companions Cordi ally invited. C. P. HART, H. P. 3 cans Lily Milk ., ...25c Can Tomatoes 10c Can Corn 10c 2 cans Fine Peas 25c Large Hydro Pura . 19c 6 Crystal White Soap 25c 3 Pork and Beans 25c Best Pkg. Macaroni, Vermicelli or Spaghetti 10c McKee's Cash Store. bg o Guns for rent, Plnney & Robinson. MISSING BOYS FOUND IN PRES- COTT Anxiety at the Indian school ever the disapearance of two of the boy scholars some days ago has been relieved by word from Deputy Sher-,1 iff Woolf that he has found them in Prescott in charge of the sheriff. Woolf has been instructed to bring the boys back with him to Phoenix today. PIONEER BAND CONCERT The Pioneer Band rendered a very pleas ing conceit at the city hall last night. A large crowd was in attendance and the band never played better. Among the selections rendered was a cornet solo by Prof. J. A. Lambertz, leader of the band, which was well rendered an received great aplause. The band has added several new instru ments lately. ENGINEERS BACK State Engin eer Lama? Cobb and Assistant En gineer Twitchell returned last even ing from an inspection trip over the Florence-Tucson highway. They re ported the road faster now than ever before, the time between Florence and Tucson having been reduced by about an hour, but stated that the road is very soft, and in need of several good rains. GOES TO COAST George N. Mac Bean, accompanied by Mrs. MacBean left Saturday night for San Diego where they will spend the next two or three weeks enjoying the sea breezes und other' safe and sane amusements of the seacoast town. They have friends there, too, and it is planned that Mrs. MacBean will remain even after "Doc" decides af fairs at the Busy Drug store are such that he dassen't stay away longer. FOR SELLING "SNOW" Jess, the colored shoeshiner, is in the county jail, where he faces a charge of selling cocaine, or as it is desig nated among the fraternity, "snow." The police, with the co-operation of the sheriff's office, landed Jess practically in the act. With marked money placed in the hands of a white woman co-operating with the officers, some of the drug is alleged to have been purchased from the negro. A looking glass conveniently arranged made the task easy for the officers. One of the employes of the shoe-shining stand is held at the police station as a witness, it being believed he can throw addi tional light upon the alleged trans actions. VOLUNTEER FIREMEN ATTEN TION! A general meeting of the members of the Phoenix volunteer fire department is called for this evening at 8 o'clock in the city hall building. Every member of the vol unteer organization is urged to be in attendance as preliminary steps are to be taken looking to. the en tertainment of visiting firemen to Phoenix during the week of the Ari zona state fair. It is the desire of some of the members that a tour nament be arranged for that week to be held in the downtown district and it is understood that the fair commission already has announced its willingness to consider assistance in the event a satisfactory program Is arranged. No member of the lo cal fire department can well afford to miss this evening's meeting. MclNTOSH WINS Ma-x Macintosh, a member of the Loyal Order of Moose, won the fifty-five yard Moose swim ming event at Riverside parK last night over a field of seven starters. Mac intosh proved to be an acquatic expert so that he won with comparative ease. Gene Harrington was second and Dr. Eoido third. In winning the event Mac intosh becomes the possessor of the handsome Moose bathing suit donated by Goldberg's which has been on dis play In the window of the East Wash ington street store, and which has cre ated so much comment in swimming circles of late on account of its color. white with the Mose head embroidered upon the chest of it. Maitland Davies acted as starter and D. W. Hall as judge. Among the other entries were William Hoffman and Charles Slab- kard. TEMPERANCE MEETING The third of the open air meetings at the city hall plaza under the aus pices of the Woman's Christian Temperance I'nior. was held at 1 o'clock on Sunday afternoon with a large attendance present. Dr. J. Wix Thomas presided and the meeting opened with prayer by Dr. Wilkinson. The speaker for the oc casion, Charles J. nail, ot Califor nia, made a masterful address. His talk was logical and practical and was both instructive and amusing. He said he did not expect all of his hearers to agree with everything he said that if they all did it would be a novel experience for him. At the conclusion of his address he announced that on next Sabbath at 4 o'clock Hon. Eugene W. Chafin, of Tucson, will fcpeak from the same platform in behalf of the prohibition amendment. The meeting closed with prayer by Dr. Adkinson, state superintendent of missions for the Methodist church. o TOO MUCH CAVITY One afternoon an esteemed citizen went into a barber shop to have his briars reaped, but no sooner had he taken a seat in one of the chairs than he dropped into a heavy slum ber. Apaprentiy the shave artist was having his own troubles in manipulating the customer, and af ter making several attempts he thoughtfully paused. "Excuse me, sir," said he, gently shaking the man in the chair; "but would you mind waking up? I can't shave you while you are asleep." "Can't shave me while I'm asleep," exclaimed the victim, with a won dering expression. "Why not?" "Because," explained the barber, as softly as possible, "when you fall into slumber your mouth opens so wide that I can't, find your face." Phila delphia Telegraph. o NOT YET ACQUAINTED "And what do you know about Moses?" "Please, teacher, it's my first Sun day here and I don't know any body." Punch. Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will Bee E "Centurion's Testimo n y" Subject of Able Address bv Dr. Adkinson at Sec ond of Union Meetings on Y. M. C. A. Plaza Although the tlveatening weather doubtless kept many away, several hundred people gathered at tl.e Y. M. C. A. plaza last evening in the second of the union vesper services to listen to the address by Dr. A. W. Adkinson. district superintendent of the Methodist Episcopal church of Arizona. Taking as his text the testimony of the centurion as recorded in Matthew XXVII, 54, Dr. Adkinson brought out the idea that if the Ro man officer, with his limited know ledge of Christ and ignorance of what had been accomplished, could testify as he did, then we who have seen the "esults of Christ's minis try and the effects of Christianity working in the world, and ought, by reason of our larger view to testify even more emphatically, "Truly this was the Son of God." The centurion, he said, was like a man standing ai the foot of a mountain, so close that he was unable fully to compre hend its height. On the other hand, we who can look back over nineteen centuries of progress and civiliza tion, and see the many results that have been accomplished by reason of Christianity, are. able to estimate more correctly the importance of Christ's coming and its meaning to the world. In support of this argument, the speaker said that slavery is a thing of the past in all Christian countries, that wars are about to he abolished, and illustrated the progress of civ ilization in the change in the fam ily, and in the matter of legislation for the benefit of the laboring class es. In conclusion he cited the present-day awakening of China as one of the many instances of the turn ing of the nations of the world to the light, and drew attention to the need of individual. Referring to conditions in" Mexico, Dr. Adkinson praised the stand of President Wil son in refusing to recognize one "who gained authority by cold blooded assassination of a superior," and expressed the hope that a speedy solution of the problems confronting that country may be foumi. The song service led by a union choir under the direction of L. S. Blackwell, was participated in by the entire congregation. A very pleasing feature of the service was the offer tory duet, by Mr. and Mrs. Archi- bold Henderson. "Where are you going for the sum mer?' "I don't know," said the weary citi zen. "Well, I. can tell you of a place where you'll find no mosquitoes, no noi.se, no inferior food, no fatiguing requirements as to dress: where the fishing is al ways good and the temperature ideal." "I know," replied the 'weary citizen. "There is such a place, but I don't feel like starting for heaven yet." Wash ington Star. o Miss Prim "I am told that the custom of kissing the bride is becom ing obsolete. I suppose it largely depends on the moral sentiment of the neighborhood?" Jonesy'All wrong. It largely de pends on the bride." Cleveland Plain Dea ler. The scale of taste runs up and down From Troy to Mumbo Wango; A risky West Virginia town Has changed its name to Tango. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Madge She's a woman who is al ways seeing things she shouldn't. Marjorie Don't tell mamma about that, or she'll want to hire her for my chaperon. Judge. EXAMPLES Little Willie Pa, what Is a redun dancy of expression? fa. using more words than ara necessary to express one's meaning, sucn as wealthy plumber, poor poet," "idle rich," etc. Tit -Bits. 0 She has a natty suit of blue. A gray one and a pink one, too, And ere the summer's done you can Be sure she'll have a coat of tan. Detroit News. 1 at I Jt I pcK uei-Away Don't have Prickly Heat! Use our Busy Prickly Heat Lotion immediate relief get a bottle today. The Busy Drug Store The Santox Store 550 Phone 660 E 1 MeDougall-Cassou Semiannual Clearance Sale Now on 25 Reduction On Suits McDOUGALL & CASSOU "New Way Men's Shcj.' Nothing knocks a Mosquito out as quick as Huletts Mosquito Knocker 25c Sold only at our drug store in new location. Elvey & Hulett Quality Druggists Never Substitute N. W. Cor. Adams and First Ave. O'Neil Bldg. Phones 411 and 441 Phoenix In- bicycle days it was feared that the bike Would make us a round shoulder ed race. And now it's debutante slouch, tliat we like. And ron.sider the acme of grace. CI L. Krtison in New York Mail. o "You know, daughter, your fiance annoys us. He gives orders, he wants to command here, and 1 don't like it." "Oh, never mind, father! I marry in fifteen days thee are his last ca prices." Paris Pages Folles. 0 'i cans Lily Milk 25c Can Tomatoes 10c Can Com 10c 2 cans Fine. Peas 25c Large Hydro Pura 19c G Crystal White Soap 25c :j Pork and Beans 25c Best Pkg. Macaroni, Vermicelli or Spaghetti 10s Mc-Kee's Cash Store. bg BATHING SUITS. Pinnejr & Ro binson. (Advertisements I hereby announce myself a candidate for nomination to the office of SHERIFF OF MARICOPA COUNTY Subject to the action of the DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES JEFF D, ADAMS. a 3 QMS ' ''' B. a. DIEHL SHOE CO. 8 W. WASHINGTON. ! No other house shoe will give !, you as much real comfort as you will find in a pair of our; ; "Grover's Soft Shoes for Tender ! Feet." They are made of a soft I glazed kid, witn nana sewed turn ; soles. iu . . . j . ' fSSt HOME : I lfestofrat slipper . PR'NCE ' V ALBERT A dozen other styles to select ! rVi t' in In tt Jin Failure - At thirty, a failure at forty, for opportunity did it! Its very has something to save for. Just The Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Co. E. S. WAKELIN CO. WHOLESALE GR0CER8 rioorMvrir.-.-n-.-.-,-uiiinriiiii,-i-i iiTn Hot Weather SPECIALS .Roast Veal, Roast Pork, Roast Mutton, Chipped Beef, Boiled Ham, Pickl ed Lamb Tongue, Pickled Pig's Feet, Cooker Corn Beef. Tribolet's Market Opposite City Hall, 114 B. Wash ington Street. Phones: O 788, 78. GEO. W. McCLARTY Electrical Contractor ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 208-210 West. Wash. St. Phone 407 Everything In Lumber tlalstead Lumber Co. Five Points - rr " ni'-inr nrijnnjiji.nnjTjjTjTnrijTj WANTED Good grain sacks at Third Street and Jackson. PHOENIX WOOD A COAL CO. Atencion, Mexican os GRAN ATRACCI6N TEATRO EMPRESS DOMINGO Y LONES JULIO 12 Y 13 Los Famosos Hermanos Areu y compania de G personas, darft una funcion en el Teatro Empress, solo por dos dlas. Canciones y Bailes Espanoles. Esta com pania viene directamente de la Ciudad de Mexico, d'inde goza de justa reputacion. 3 carretillas de Vistas Todo por 10c y 20c No dejen tie ocurrir y traer a sus familias. Have the Republican sent to your Summer Address Circulation The Arizona Phoenix, Caretakers For the valuables of the community. That's what we are. Our vaults are Fire and Burglar Proof. Use them when you go away for your vacation. The National Bank of Arizona "OLD RELIABLE.' Success rich. Saving and being ready easy to save when a person try that plan. S-H'O'E'S and Hosiery That's all Harry A. Drachman Shoe Co, 22 WEST ADAM 8 ST. BENNETT LUMBER COMPANY Everything In Lumber TOM & SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Regular Meals, 35 Cents Short Orders All Night 26 North Center, Phoenix REDEWILL MUSIC CO. Established in 181 Ztt West Washington St INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED Pisnca Rebuilt and Refinishe4 f--r"-' - ivivo-ivynYvynmftM Atchison, Kan $ 65.00 Baltimore, Md 102.50 Boston, Mass 105.50 Chicago, 111 67.50 Colorado Springs, Col 45.00 Council Bluffs, Iowa 65.09 Denver, Col 45.00 Duluth, Minn 78.30 Kansas City, Mo 65.00 Leavenworth, Kan 65.00 I Memphis, Tenn 65.00 Minneapolis, Minn. 70.70 Montreal, Quebec 103.50 New York, N. Y. 103.50 Omaha, Nebr 65.00 Philadelphia, Pa, 103.60 Portland, Me 108.60 Pueblo, Col 45.00 j Quebec, P. Q 111.50 St. Joseph, Mo 6.u St. Louis, Mo 65.00 St. Paul, Minn 70.70 Toronto, Ont 90.70 Washington, D. C 102.50 Tickets on Sale July in. 11. 14, 13, IS, 17. I'O, 21. 25. 27. 28. 29, 30, 31, August 3, 4, 11, 12, 17, IS. 2, 21, 25, 25, 27, 2i, 29, Sept. 4, 5, 9, in, 11. Final Return Limit Three Months From Date of Sale but Not to Ex ceed October 31st Diverse Routes Liberal Stopovers Insist on Having your Tickets Routed via the E. P. and S. W in connec tion with the GOLDEN STATE LIMITED Through Without Change To Kansas City Chicago St. Louis For information regarding routes, Pullman reservations, etc., inquire of Agent, Arizona Eastern Railroad, Phoenix, Arizona, or Address GARXETT KING. Gen. Pass. Agt.. El Paso. Tex. if I i Iff HSX.i I . J J. ". ' u iifi nTS! SUMMER TOURIST RATES To Subscribers who are to spend the summer months at moun tain, seashore or country ad dresses may have The Repub lican mailed to them daily by sending notice to the Department Republican Arizona more customers than you can. Advertisement. more customers than you can.