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the Arizona: republtcan, Saturday morning, july is, 1914 PAGE SEVEN Have Your Eyes Examined Glasess fitted and lenses ground all in our establish ment. SWIGERT BROS. 9 East Adam St. DR. D. D. NORTHRUP Optometrist - Tor Picture Framing go to BALKE'S The Big Curio on Adami Street ' - Of Local Interest STORED WATER SUPPLY Rooms Papered or calclmlned 14 and up. We curry our own stock. CAVILEER A. CO. The Decoraton 108 East Adams. Phono 182 SALT RIVER VALLEY MONU MENTAL WORKS V. E. Lindsay, Prop. 409 West Washington St Arizona Granite as well u all other granite used. Phone 1323 for prfoea D rrvvrtnrm KTT7I mm Water service report for July 17: Elevation of water in reservoir, Teet 120.45 Contents of reservoir, acre ft. 201,274 Loss preceding 24 hours, acre feet l.ias Elevation of water in reservoir one year ago today, feet .... 143.60 Contents of reservoir one year ago today, feet 353,944 Normal flow of Salt and Verde rivers at Granite Reef dam, M. 1 25,900 Normal flow water for lands up to year 1884 Amount of water used for irri gation, north side, M. I 40,690 Amount of water used" for irri gation, south siJe, M. 1 20,220 LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY BENNETT LUMBER COMPANY Everything In Lumber DHMifflnSiM WANTED Good grain sacks at Third Street and Jackson, PHOENIX WOOD & COAL CO. 6 a.m 6 p.m. Temperature, degrees 84 - 99 Sensible temperature 66 75 Humidity per cent 39 36 Wind direction SW W Wind velocity, miles 4 2 Rainfall 0 0 Weather Cldy Pt. Cldy. Highest temperature 100 Lowes: temperature 81 Mean relative humidity 38 Total rainfall 0 Deficiency in temperature yesterday, 1 degree. Deficiency In temperature since first ! of month, 29 degrees. Accumulated excess In temperature since January 1, 331 degrees. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .06 inch. Deficiency in rainfall since first of month, .27 inch. Accumulated deficiency in rainfall since January 1, 1.09 inches. jtjx.n.n n nnnrnlnriri' -i- --''"" Everything n Lumber Ilalslead Lumber Co. Five Points Data for Tucson Highest temperature, 'yesterday 90 Rainfall yesterday 0 ROBERT R. BRIGGS, Section Director. PHOENIX MARKET For valley product Prices paid today by WALTER HILL CO., wholesale: Eggs 20c Butter, dairy 2 Be Creese '. 12c Hens, doz $8.00 to 17.00 Chickens, doz. $5.00 to $6.00 HAIR GOODS FOR SALE Ladles' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing, Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair Dressing; Expert Chiropodists, all foot troubles removed. Moles and warts removed by electricity. SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY Phone 1704 39 East Adams Street Butter-Nut Bread Pure as the Drifted Snow Since 1881 Phoenix Bakery 7 AV. Washington St. S P 0 N G E S Complete Stock B .nr lit) ftitniuctw noroRCvcki DtuvcRY is dwt. zMns WHEN YOU HAVE ANY PRINTING DONE 8EE THAT THIS la on It or that It is done by one of the firms below who are entitled to us It. ARIZONA REPUBLICAN ARIZONA GAZETTE ARIZONA 8TATE PRESS CAPITOL PRINTING CO. MESA TRIBUNE MORRIS PRINTING CO. R. A. WATKINS PRINTING CO. SOCIALIST BULLETIN THE QUALITY PRESS (Signed) Label Committee TO COLORADO SPRINGS Miss Sam Morris and Miss Gertrude Fogle left last evening for a short vacation at Colorado Springs. ON VACATION Miss Josephine Plumridge leaves this evening for Los Angeles and California coast points on a short vacation. NEW NOTARY A notarial com mission has been issued by the sec retary of state to Albert C. Byrnes, of Yuma. EN ROUTE TO THE COAST Irving Truman, of Tucson, is the guest of his sister, Miss Elsie Tru man, while en route to the coast. OFF FOR THE COAST Judge and Mrs. D. L. Cunningham left last evening for the coast where they will spend the remainder of the summer. PACIFIC GAS HEARING The matter of the Maricopa county as sessment of the property of the Pacific Gas and Klectric company comes up for hearing before the state tax commission this morning at 10 o'clock. OFF TO THE COAST Business Manager Charles A. Stauffer of The Republican left last evening accom panied by Mrs. Stauffer and Miss Dorothy for Los Angeles and coast points. Mr. Stauffer will be back during next week. APPROVAL OF MINERAL SUR VEYS The surveyor-general has ap proved the following mineral sur veys: No. 3111, Charleton lode min ing claim; No. 3112, Johannah, Sum mit and S. L. C. L. lode mining claims, and No. 3116, El Monte and Midway lode mining claims. These surveys are all situated in the Cop per Mountain and Greenlee Gold Mountain Mining Districts, G-eenlee county, Arizona, and are owned by the Stevens Copper Mining company. MASS MEETING AT PLAZA Eugene W. Chafin will arrive in Phoenix this morning and will re main here Sunday and Monday. Many of his friends have urged him to speak while he is here and arrange ments have been made for him to give an address on the east side of the City Hall Plaza, on Sunday af ternoon at 4 o'clock. A large crowd is expected out to hear him. A pub lic reception is being planned in honor of Mr. Chafin for Monday night at 8 o'clock at the T. M. C. A. court and everybody is invited. o Ouns for rent, Plnney & Robinson. Advertisement. HERE FROM SANTA MONICA John Newman, of Santa Monica, Cat, was a Phoenix visitor yesterday. ! INQUIRE FOR FOODSTUFFS The Curtis Publishing company yes terday demanded of the board of trade a big batch of data on the foodstuffs produced in Xrizona. A compilation of food products by slates is in progress, and Arizona is to be included. The board of trade gladly supplied the information. TOM TRENT ON VACATION Manager Thomas B. Trent, of the Overland Auto company, left yester day for the coast on his vacation. He will look over the advance sheets on the 1915 line of Overlands. Inci dentally, he is well prepared to stock up with the new models, for by a little extra hustling he has sent the last of his 1914 stock on the roads. TEMPERANCE RECEPTION A reception of temperance people in honor of E. W. Chafin, prohibition nominee for United States senator from Arizona, and of Charles J. Hall, his campaign manager, has bfen arranged for" Monday evening at the Y. M. C. A. court, at 8 o'clock Both gentlemen are orators of na tional reputation and both will make speeches that evening. WANT PHOENIX "MUGS" The Baltimore Sun, a newspaper, in formed the board of trade yester day it wanted a stock of pictures of Phoenix buildings and Phoenix men. The pictures are for the "mug" gal-U-ry. Secretary Welch replied by sending in an illustrated article on the Salt River valley. , Another nrti cle went to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. DILLON IS BACK United States Marshal Joe P. Dillon has returned from an extensive tour of the north with Attorney Tom Flynn. They took in the Prescott Frontier days celebration and then went on to the Grand Canyon. Dillon reports a cloudburst on the Flagstaff -Canyon road, and a narrow escape from ser ious accident, resultant therefrom. CONVENTION OF ASSESSORS I Preparations are already being made in the offices of the county assessor and the board of supervisors, for the annual convention of assessors of the state to be held on the 27th of this month at Prescott. The county as sessor and his deputy, T. D- Shaugh nessy, of the Phoenix office, and the members of the board of super visors will be present to represent Maricopa county at the convention. HEARD FROM THE EAST From Austinburg, Ky., comes the news that General A. J. Sampson, of this cits", is in desperate need of more Phoenix literature for to spread among the people of the east. Gen eral Sampson is making his regular summer vacation in his old home, and writes that the interest is still high there, over Phoenix. He will attend the National G. A. R. en campment, and he wants book lets to distribute. GREAT ACT BOOKED Phoenix readers of Los Angeles and San Francisco newspapers have no doubt noticed the extensive publicity given a four people playlet entitled "The New Chief of Police," and which has been widely discussed editorially by Pacific coast publications. This feat ure has just been booked for the Columbia theater, opening on Tues day night, and the management of that playhouse promises that it will prove little short of a sensation. CATHOLIC AUTHOR IN TOWN An author well known in Catholic circles and a character In himself, is in the town in the person of John Patrick Harrigan. Mr. Harrigan is the author of a number of books and articles on Catholicism, and is considered an authority on early Catholic history in the southwest. His mission here in Southern Ari zona is to study from a religious standpoint the Maricopa and Pima Indians, who are strong for the Catholic faith. HELD FOR MURDEROUS AS SAULT Julia Lawlor, who was ar rested about a month ago for carv ing the face of Mrs. Martha Wood, the prcpnetress of the Polk street lodging house, with a patricularly dull razor, was given a preliminary examination before Justice Parker yesterday. The fact of the assault was brought out and there was some testimony on the part of the state as to the good character of the rroseeuting witness; or, rather, it was brought out that the witnesses knew nothing against her character. The defense waived examination and the defendant was held in the sum of $500. Bail was furnished. TAX RATE WILL BE NEAR LIMIT With Total Assessable Val uation of $27,194,700.66 and $271,949.70 to Raise, Assessments Will Be High Some interesting facts are brought out in the proposed budget present ed by the city auditor to the com mission for consideration yesterday omrning. In the first place the total assessed valuation is placed at $28, 949,681.65 with exemptions of $1,754, Q80 89 for a total assessable valua tion 'of $27,194,700.66. The budget shows that it will be necessary to make available for the city expenses $482,338.85 with estimated receipts oi $210 389.15 leaving a total to raise by taxation of $271,949.70. This means that the probable rate of tax ation will be fixed by the commis sion at nearly if not quite $1.00 per $100 valuation. Following are the items of the proposed budget as approved by the city commission yesterday 'morning: General Government Mayor $ 300.00 Mayor's contin gent acct. ... 200.00 Commissioner's salaries 1,200.00 Printing 15,650.00 $17,350.00 ritv manager's office 9,250.00 City auditor's office 3,100.00 City clerk's office z.nio.uu City treasurer's office 1,575.00 City assessor's office 8,100.00 ni,. attorney's office 2,950.00 City engineer's office 9,760.00 Primary election 620.00 General election 1,177.00 Snerial election 620.00 Z.513.V" 2,690.00 Special $15 Suits Forty-five suits, nearly all two-piece summer weight, former $20, $25 and $30 values. at An extraordinary money saving opportunity. Come in today and them. see McDOUGALL & CASSOU "New Way Men's Shop" magistrate City fit., hall City hall (outlay) 5,000.00 Police department 28.100.00 Police department (outlay) 2,000.0u Public pound (contract) .. 250.00 Fire department 21.770.00 Building inspector 2.400.00 Plumbing inspector 1-8 Electrical inspector i.oj.y Sealer of weignis aim measures Free employment bureau.. Health Department General administration . Sanitary Quarantine Pest house Vaccination Sewer and sewage disposal Sewer and sewage disposal (outlays) Street Department Superintendent's office . Refuse coll'n and dis 1,530.00 1,645.00 ' 500.00 1,450.00 620.00 550.00 200.00 3,300.00 14,000.00 3.450.00 15.660.00 Street cleaning , 28,750.00 Cleaning lots 200.00 Outlays 3,500.00 13,410.00 1,500.00 2,000.00 4.650.00 7.600.00 STREET CAR ACCIDENT Wanted witnesses Would like the name and address of any person who was present when my wife and baby were thrown from the street car on Washington street on October 3, 1913. Charles W. Harris, 2110 West Madison. (Advertisement) o We have a limited amount of first mortgage bonds of $500 denomination, bearing 6 per cent interest, maturing In two, three and four years, that we can recommend to those who have idle money. THE PHOENIX SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST CO. br (Advertisement) o BATHING BUTTS. Plnney ft Ro bin son. (A d vertisement.) o Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. Highways Highways (equipment) . Repairs (permanent) Repairs street structures Outlays Street sprinkling 21,200.00 Street outlays 1.800.00 Corral .6S0.O0 Street lighting . . . .' 20.700.00 Porks Citv hall 1,220.00 Central. , 35.00 Library 1,900.00 Woodland 1,610 00 Federal .' 550.00 Eastlake 1.400.00 Col. Christv 1,400.00 Monihan 1.400.00 Outlays 2.000.00 Contingencies 26,500.00 Water department 4,375.00 Water dept. (undistributed) 1.925.00 Pumping 15,225.00 Pumping maintenance . . 1.350.00 Distributing operation . . 2,400.00 Distributing maintenance 4,050.00 Outlays 40,000.00 Irrigation water 14.850.00 Outlays 1,000.00 Library 6,200.00 Interest funds 51.296.85 Redemption funds 13,075.00 Revolving fund 6,750.00 Total $480,738.85 Added by commission at yesterday's session 1,600.00 Net budget $482,3.18 85 This budget Is distributed as fol lows: General fund $387,717.00 Library fund 6,200.00 Sewer fund 17.300.BO Interest fund 51,296.85 Redemption fund 13.075.00 Revolving fund 6,250.00 Total $482,338.85 ....Political Announcements.... I hereby announce myself as a candidate for judge of the super ior court of Maricopa county at the Republican Primary, Sept. g, 1914. PAUL RENAU INGLES FRED H. BOWLER "Miner of All Miners" Candidate for Sheriff - Subject to the democratic primar ies. Sept. 8. 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. ADAM3. ICE COLD SODA Delightfully cool and nourishing at a pleasant and cool place to enjoy it after shopping or after a show. Malted milks, lem onades - and all fountain drinks, also delicious ice creams. The Busy Drug Store The Santox Store 550 Phono 660 HERE'S THE SHOE SALE OF THE SEASON DIEHL'S CLEAN-UP SALE This Mid-Summer Clean up Sale is the greatest SHOE EVENT of the season. For many vears this store has enjoyed the reputa tion or carrying only the BEST makes of footwear, such lines as Nettleton, alk-over, Laird Scho ber, Lattcmann, etc. At the prices these shoes are offered in this sale thev are very exceptional values. Men's Low Shoes $G.50 Nettletons....$4.85 $5.00 Walk-over ....$3.85 $4.50 values $3.45 $4.00 values $2.95 $3.50 values $2.65 $3.00 values $2.15 Women's Low Shoes $0.00 Laird Schobers $4.45 $5.00 values $3.85 $4.50 values $3.45 $4.00 values $2.95 $3.50 values $2.65 $3.00 values $2.15 $2.50 values $1.65 $2.00 values $1.45 H. A. Diet)! Shoe Go. 8 W. Wash. St., Phoenix You Have Achieved something when you make your running expenses slow down to a walk. Crown the achievement with a Savings Account. It draws. 4 per cent, interest here. The Phoenix Savings Bank and Trust Company 24 LADIES WANTED FOR BAND No knowledge of music required. Instruments and uniforms furnished. Competent instruction furnished on brass, reed or stringed instru ments to ladres or gentlemen. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p. m. Studio over McKse's, corner First avenue and Adams. Call or write at once. MRS. C. S. WILLIAMS Graduate Boston Conservatory see the old Home this Summer Special round trip Back East Excursions via Santa Fe during July, August and September Chicago $67.50 Memphis 65.00 Omaha 55.00 Council Bluffs 55.00 Montreal 103.50 Quebec 111.50 Denver 45.00 New Orleans 65.00 St. Louis 65.00 Kanass City 55.00 New York 103.50 St. Paul 70.70 Toronto 90.70 and others Phone or call W. S. Goldsworthy. G. A. Cor. Central & Adams Sts. Phone 4.i3. S'H-O-E-S and Hosiery That's all Harry A. Drachman Shoe Co, ' 22 WE8T ADAMS ST. THE ARIZONA THEATRE READY FOR OPENING E. S. WAKELIN CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS ,MrAVWWMWAAArHrW' 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 . The changes in the old Savoy the atre have all been made and every -tiling is in readiness for the opening of the rehabilitated show house this evening under the management ot Harry Xace, and showing for the opening bill the wonderful Vitagraph six-reel feature. "Captain Alvarez,'' with dashing Edith Storey in the leading female role. Those who have seen and appreciated the wonderful emotional acting of Miss "Billie" Storey, will welcome her return to the pictures available for Phoenix movie fans with a great deal or" pleasure. This is absolutely the first time "Captain Alvarez" has been shown in Arizona. It is a wonderful picture and has been used exclusively by the Vitagraph company in their own houses in the large cities of the north and east, and has made a great killing. In order that there might be no mistake Manager Nace insisted on a trial of all the appliances to see that everything is in good shape for the opening. The light was tried out and proved excellent. The new heavy curtain, which acts as a sounding board also for the famous Wurlitzer orchestra, was lowered and the bearings tested and everything found O. K. The projector was found to be 100 per cent correct. and the fans made the proper amount of air stirrings to keep the place cool. All equipment was pronounced passed by the board of censorship. After that another concert was rendered by Fred Martin on the wonderful musical instrument that beats any band or orchestra in the country and the doors were closed to be opened tonight with a blaze of light. o OPEN CANYON ROADS The board of trade yesterday wrote Rep resentative Carl Hayden urging the speedy opening of the roads about the rim of the Grand Canyon to auto traffic. The success of the Yosemite tours since the opening of that val ley to the motorist was cited. NEW OIL MAN ARRIVES J. W. Raw-lings, recently of Los Angeles, has arrived in Phoenix and will as sume charge of the state office of the Union Oil company for this state, 'with headquarters in this city. 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, 781. MACHINERY Machinery of all klnda fcullt. re built or repaired. Best equipped shop In state. Only expert me chanics. Work guaranteed. OVERLAND AUTO COMPANY 326-328-330 N. Central TOM & SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Regular Meals, 35 Cents Short Orders All Night 26 North Center, Phoenix 5 gals. Zerolene $2.85 5 gals. Vacuum Mobile Oils..3.50 5 pounds Arctic Cup Grease ....85 and Only Red Crown Gasoline. PHOENIX OIL. CO. Phone 1330 221 W. Jeff. St Old Reliable The National Bank of Arizona if "OLD RELIABLE.'