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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1914 ;. Have Your Eyes Examined Glascss fitted and lenses ground all in our establish ment. SWIGERT BROS. 9 East Adams 8t r DR. D. D. NORTHRUP Optometrist Rooms Papered or calcimlned $4 and up. We carry our own stock. CAVILEER & CO. The Decorators 101 East Adama. Phona 1821 8 ALT RIVER VALLEY MONU MENTAL WORKS V. E. Lindsay, Prop. 401 West Washington St Arizona Granite aa wall as all other granite used. Phone 1321 for prtnea BENNETT LUMBER COMPANY Everything In Lumber ANTHRACITE COAL FUEL OIL Best Lump Coal and Wood PHOENIX WOOD & COAL CO., South Third St. and Jackson St. Phone 1235 AUTOMOBILE TIE TABLE GLOBE-PHOENIX STAGE Quicker and cheaper than train fare. Globe, J15; $25 round trip. Leaves daily at 8 a. m.; arrives Roosevelt 2 p. m.; Globe and Miami, 4:30 p. m. Passengers collected from any part of the city. Tickets at Adams and Ford Hotels and Shaw's Emoka House. W. A. Hill, Prop, 28 N. Second Ave. TOM & SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Regular Meals, 35 Cents Short Orders All Night 26 North Center Phoenix Lodge Notices P h o e n l,x Lodge No. 2, Knights ef Pythias, meets 7:30 "j?V P. m. every Friday. M&Q? Visiting members E. Ice, C. C. 717 Snutb Center. C. 8. Norman. K. R. & S.; phone office 574, residence 8067. LOTAL ORDER OF MOOSE Thoenix Lodge, No. 708: Meetings, every Tuesday, Moose Home 28 Q Center. Visit ing brothers invited. George N. MacBean, Dictator; Walter R. Vnn Tyne. Secretary. Never Forget that in Phoenix the REX ALL Store is the TLitniuaut-- woacvcki pcuvcsv- ivr.tkn WHEN YOU HAVE ANY DONE SEE THAT THIt la oa It or that It Is dona $r one of the firms below who are entitled to use tt ARIZONA REPUBLICAN ARIZONA GAZETTE ARIZONA 8TATE PRESS, CAPITOL PRINTING CO, MESA TRIBUNE MORRIS PRINTINO CO. R. A. WATKINS PRINTING CO. " SOCIALIST BULLETIN THE QUALITY PRESS (Signed) Label Committee PMNTNG For Picture Framing go to B ALEE '8 The Big Curio on Aduni Street Of Local Interest STORED WATER SUPPLY AVater "'service department report for August 3. Elevation of water in reservoir, feet 119.S9 Contents of reservoir, aeve ft. 198.2:14 Loss preceding 24 hours, acre feet 1,428 Normal flow of Salt and Verde rivers, at Granite Reef dam, M. I .- 53,520 Amount of water used for irri gation, north side, M. 1 44,320 Amount of water used for irri gation, south side, M. 1 27,760 LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY 6 a.m 6 p.m. Temperature,, degrees 84 110 Sensible temperature 66 72 Humidity per cent 38 15 Wind direction E SVV Wind velocity miles 6 4 Rainfall 0 0 Weather Clear Clear Highest temperature 110 Lowest temperature 80 Mean relative humidity 26 Total rainfall 0 Excess in temperature yesterday, 4 degrees. ' aW Excess in temperature since first of month, 10 degrees. Accumulated excess in temperature since January 1, 321 degrees. Deficiency In rainfall yesterday, .05 inch. Deficiency in rainfall since first of month. .14 inch. Accumulated deficiency in rainfall since January 1, 1.85 inches. Data for Tucson Highest temperature yesterday 104 Rainfall yesterday 0 ROBERT R. BRIGGS. Section Director. - o- PHOENIX MARKET For valley products Prices paid today by WALTER HILL. CO., wholesale: Eggs 2fc Butter, dairy 25e Cheese 12c Hens. doz. J6.00 to J7.00 Chickens, doz $5.00 to $6.00 o BACK FROM VACATION Mrs. Craig, of the state " game warden's office, returned to her desk yesterday after a two weeks' vacation. A TEMPERANCE MEETING A temperance meeting will be held to night at W C. T. V. hall for the discussion of plans for organizing the pity for the campaign. BOY WANTS A HOME J. W. Canning, ponbation officer, has a 16-year-old boy who wants a home on a ranch with an opportunity to go to school. The boy is white and an orphan, without anybody to claim him. IN SUPREME COURT The case of R. J. Edwards vs. the Dealers' Ice and Cold Storage company, a cor poration, was filed in the supreme court yesterday. The case is one ap pealed from Gila countv. REHEARING DENIED Applica tion Tor a rehearing in the matter of the three cent order of the corpora tion commission prescribing the ex tension or water service to the Live Oak addition to the town of Miami, was denied yesterdav bv the mmmk. sioners. An amended application for enearing was filed yesterdav bv I. A. Van Dyke, owner of the water Dlant at Miami. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS The United States civil service commission again announces an ex amination for the position of elevator conductor in the custodian sen-ice in this city, Sept. 2, 1914. There has been difficulty in secuvinir a nffi- cient number of applicatns for this position and therefore all qualified persons are urged to enter the exam ination. Application blanks and fur ther information may be obtained from the local secretary of the board of civil service examiners' at the postoffice in this city. p Tou furnish the property We furnish the buyer Dwight Br. Heard's Office Central and Adams. (Advertisement) it o - BATHING SUITS. Pinnpv je. nn. binson. (Advertisement.) POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS I hereby announca myself as a candidate for judge of the super ior court of Maricopa county at the Republican Primary, Sept. 8, 1914. " PAUL RENAU INGLE8 I hereby announce myself a candl- ' date for nomination to the office of 8HERIFF OF MARICOPA COUNTY Subject to the action of the Democratic Primaries JEFF D. ADAMS j PAID IN ADVANCE j THE "REPUBLICAN'S" MAIL I j SUBSCRIPTIONS are handled on j a paid in advance basis, which is j I according to the U. S. Postal laws j and regulations. j Is your subscription paid up? 1 It will soon be cutting off time, j subscribers are requested to keep f their subscriptions paid up if they want the Republican with its com- ! I.plete War Associated Press re- ports. No wise man is without his j j favorite paper these stirring days, I he cannot afford to be. j Remit for 2 or 3 months, or aa ! long as you wish, send check, pos- j ! tal order, stamps, coin any kind . j I of a legal tender to the CIRCULA- I TION DEPARTMENT THE ARI- I ZONA REPUBLICAN. I Notification of expirations Aug. j j ust 6th. Papers discontinued Aug- I - ust 15th if not Paid for. . I I SOME SUMMERING ARIZONIANS Otto Balke is at the Head hotel, Prescott, Ariz. C. i. McElroy of this city is in Los Angeles. Calif. Henry ti. Taylor Is spending some time at Craig Ranger Station, Miami, Arizona. Mrs. . Andrew Pancrazi of Agua Callente, Arizona, is spending a few weeks in Los Angeles, Calif., located at 1035 West Seventh street. C. E. McKee is on his way home from Santa Monica. Calif. Mrs. Wm. J. Horstman, of 906 East Taylor street, this city, leaves for Superior, Arizona, to be gone a few weeks. C. L. Woodcock of 703 North Fourth street, is going to enjoy a splendid, vacation in Sierra Madre. Calif., an ideal place for a vacation. F. and A. Archer of Palm Villa, North Center street, leave soon to spend the summer in Dellwood, White Bear Lake, Minn. This has been their vacation home for many years.. ' Mrs. C. H. McArthur is now lo cated at Mt. Vernon street, Prescott, Arizona.. ' . ' . H. T. Peck is at San Diego. His address there is 1331 Union street. Dr. R. R. Brownfield leaves for Coronado Tent City, to spend the summer. He expects to find the sailing good . on little old Glorletta Bay. ! F. G. Miller, 334 North Second ave nue, leaves today to spend his vaca tion at- Long Beach. j Mrs. Richard L. Brewer is now at Redondo Beach, Calif. O. P. Cooper of Mesa, Arizona, 1 packs up and leaves for Pine, Gila county, Arizona, to spend the rest of this month. o FROM S AFFORD Weaver Brier, a prominent rancher of. Safford, is in Phoenix on a brief business visit. ELLINWOOD HERE Attorney E E Ellinwood, of Tucson, is in Phoe nix on business for the Copper Queen Mining company. OFF FOR THE EAST Mrs. Alice S. Hine of the W. J. Murphy office leaves this evening for New York and points In New England to be absent about tlx weeks. MATRIMONIAL Marriage licenses were issued yesterday to George Mul len and Hattie Bissell Gorrell, both cf Maricopa county: and to Jesus Palofox and Francisco Valenzuela, both Mari copa ns. AUTO THIEF BOUND OVER H. B. Pratt, the man apprehended some two weeks ago for the theft of a Ford car from the Ford Garage, was bound over yesterday in the sum of $500 in the superior court. QUERIES FROM CAL The- local land office has been receiving many inquiries from California land agents regarding the big three million acre withdrawal of public land in Ari zona from the enlarged homestead division. , VANDECRIFT COMING Frank U Vandegrift, the veteran editor of "Earth" is coming to Phoenix soon tc get out an Arizona edition. He advises Harry Welch of the Board of Trade that he expects some rip ping good pictures and stories for his next Arizona special. FARM BUREAU BOOSTING Fif ty copies of a publication of the Uni versity of California, 'boosting the formation of farm bureaus have been received at the Board of Trade, where they are available for those interested in the work. PEACHES A. R. Taylor, a Suit Fiver -iri.valley optimist, yeterday brought in a crate of fine peaches to the Board of Trade. The fruit was "processed" and put into, big display Jars for the Maricopa county exhibit at the state fair. WILL TELL THEM HOW A. S. Hawkins, candidate for the democratic nomination for judge of the superior court of Maricopa county will publicly open his campaign for the office next Saturday night at the city hall where he will deliver an address on the eighty per cent amendment, at the same time touching on the methods he will pursue In the conduct of the superior court should he be fortunate enough to be elected to that office. SHORT-LIVED BLISS On the grounds of cruelty, outrage and humil iation -in her husband's treatment of her, Mamie Wavie Whitacre is seeking a dissolution of her marriage to Tim othy p. Whitacre. The parties have been married little more than a month, yet plaintiff complains that since their marriage she has been treated to cruel ty, constant and consistent abuse, out rage, humiliation and exhibitions of bad temper at the hands of her nus band. ' She further alleges that . her husband many ( times accused her of improper conduct In her suit she asks for a half Interest In the com munity property of Whitacre In Phoe nix, and for an , allowance of $50 monthly for her support, together with $150.00 for attorney's fees. ' 0 Want to sell or Exchange? Dwight B. Heard's Office. Central and Adams. 'Advertisement. It HUDSON COPES TO T01 TODAY Popular Local Player Will Make . First Appearance Down Town Since. Recent Baseball Accident Gen eral Rejoicing of Fans. By SALLY JACOBS GeneraV rejoicing in sport and busi ness circles is the order of the day. Tubby Hudson is to make his first down town appearance after enforced retirement of ten days. K Yesterday the cast was, removed from the ankle that was broken on the battlefield a short time ago, an injury that will result in the popular athlete's inability to take an active part in the national pastime for at least another year. While the fans have missed their favorite, "Tubby" has missed his game. ''This is the very first time I've been out of the game on account of injuries sustained on the field of bat tle. In all my twenty years' exper ience (yes. girls, he said twenty and he. looks so young) I've never had to give up. I can tell you it's not been pleasant to be in bed in this weather, but the boys have been greaf'i and he looked at the group playing quite another game than baseball ut a small table drawn close to his couch. "After every game I get the re port. No, I haven't had private wires put in. but the fellows never forget to come with' the score and story. The two in a row for Mesa gave me a temperature but I con soled myself with the thought that the best team doesn't always win. I don't like to prophecy who will win the series, it's the same old you never can tell, science. luck and all the rest of it." "Say, Hap Clow'll be back tomor row." interrupted a player. "You don't say? I didn't. Not a word which was very nice of me considering. My great aunt always told me not to discuss anything unpleasant before the sick and far be it from me to do anything to disturb Mr. Hudson. o VERDICT FOR $17,000 AGAINST CONTRACTORS James Hanson, a Carpenter, Wins Damage Suit for Personal Injuries A verdict in favor of James Han son for $17,000 was rendered in the superior court yesterday afternoon against the Concrete Construction company, for damages for personal injuries sustained by Hanson, who was a carpenter upon the Pratt Gilbert building, and who stepped upon a "jack board" and fell through the scaffolding ten feet to the ground, some few months ago. The suit was peculiar in many re spects, especially as the joinder of parties at Interest. Hanson through his attorneys, Mouer and Brumbeck, sued Pratt Gilbert, and company as a corporation, and the two men as individuals, as well as the concrete construction company, the contrac tors, for forty thousand dollars. The suit has been before the su perior court for all of a week, and was not decided until yesterday. The jury exonerated Pratt and Gilbert from .any responsibility, and brought in its verdict against the concrete company only. H. M. Fennimore represented Pratt Gilbert and L. T. Hardy the contractors. It is under stood the case will he appealed. o "UNCLE" BOIDO Probably the birth of a nine pound boy to Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Bates of 309 North First street is the most important thing in the world to those two per sons. But it also causes something of an eruption in motorcycle and other sport circles. For it means that Lor enzo Boido. one of the youngest and most highly advertised motorcycle and swimming racers of the south west has another addition to his al ready heavy burden of nicknames. He is "Uncle Lorenzo" now. Dr. Bates is a professor in the University of Arizona. Dr. L. Boitfo, who was in Douglas attending the big rifle shoot when the news came, hurried home by train, leaving his car with the rest of the Phoenix Rifle club's team. W(WWWWIIWWWWWWWMWM IS ICE COLD and tastes like . more; it is nourishing, refreshing, and is at a pleasant place to enjoy a rest. It is our SODA and is at The Busy Drug Store The San-Tox Store 550 Phone 660 SILK SHIRTS REDUCED 1 74 STRAW HATS . REDUCED One Half s McDougall and Cassou DIEHL'S Clean-Up Sale IS NOW ON People who appreciate high-grade footwear will take advantage of these drices. Men's and Women's Low Shoes $6.50 values $4.85 $6.00 values ,. $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 H. A. Diehl Shoe Go. 8 W. Washington St. EVERYBODY PRAISES Huletts Prickly Heat Lotion 50c No need for any of the family to suffer. Don't let the baby suf fer any way. Sold only by Elvey & Hulett Quality Druggists Never Substitute . O'Neil Building, N. W. Cor. Adams and First Avenue, Phoenix Phones 411 and 441 !jOTWVMVrirTnniVft'iVi'ii'i'i'iTi'rir yj MILITIA IS HEADED TOWARD Coming Tour of Instruction to be Best Ever Held in Arizona With the arrival in Phoenix this eve ning of Companies F and I from the northern part of the state, the first detachment of the Arizona National Guard may be considered as under way for the annual camn, at Fort Huachuca. Here they will be joined by approxi mately 350 men from Maricopa county alone and headed by the First Regi ment band will board the military spe cial leaving over the Southern Pacific tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. Company F.of Snowflake left last night, trekking it thirty miles to Hol brook, where they will board the train early this morning. At Flagstaff they will be joined by Company I, and at Prescott by one platoon of the machine gun company. They will arrive foyer the Santa Fe tonight at 9:55. The special which leaves here to morrow morning will consist of five coaches and two baggage cars. It will be boarded at Tempe by Companies C and D of Tempe and Mesa,, and at Maricopa the sleepers carrying Com panies H and L of Yjima will be at tached. The train will reach Fort Hua chuca about midnight Wednesday night. o Selling realty our Specialty Dwight B. Heard's Office Central and Adams (Advertisement) . It GUNS for rent, pinney & Robin son. Advertisement. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY LXDST Small brown leather hand satchel between Monihan's ranch and Santa Fe depot. Reward of $2.00; find er return to Republican office. 3t MF1ii R Jk.SV.INCS tnat question, wi have one in variable reply "This bank is here to perform a real serv vice to the people of Phoenix and Arizona. To be an institution for real good in assisting the upbuilding of our city, and the only way it can possibly accomplish this is by driving home the truth .. i. SAVERS MAKE BETTER CITIZENS. THE PHOENIX SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 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 at Wash ington Street. Phones: O 78S, 781. 5 gala. Zerolene $2.85 6 gals. Vacuum Mobile Oils.. $3.50 I 6 pounds Arctic Cup Grease ...J5 and Only Red Crown Gasoline. I PHOENIX OIL CO. ; Phone 1330 ! 221 W. Jeff. St MACHINERY Machinery of all kind kallt, re built or repaired. Beat equipped ahop In state. Only expert me chanics. Work guaranteed. OVERLAND AUTO COMPANY 326-328-330 N. Central P.J.RITCHIE DENTIST Phone 1102. 11 Wert Adama HAIR GOODS FOR SALE Ladies' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing. Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair Dressing; Expert Chiropodists, all toot troubles removed. Molea and warts removed by electricity. SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY Phone 1704 31 East Adams Street Garden City Restaurant New Location 21-23 East Adams Bt. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAArAAAArVWMVWWWWV The Maryland Terrace Apartments (Loaated West Washington Street and 18th Avenue) Six strictly modern apartments of four rooms bath and screed porsh each, Hardwood floors, all built-in features, gas ranges and bunga low hot water heaters. Shade, lawn and porch plants. Facing Capitol grounds $37.50 South face on Wash- ingston Street $32.50 West apartment..... $35.00 These are by far the best unfur nished apartments ever offered at these prices. Will be rented on yearly lease only, to small fam ilies. Prince & Tuttle High class rentals a specialty " : No. 14 West Adams Street The Road to Prosperity Commences with the starting of a bank account. We "'pay interest. The National Bank of Arizona "OLD RELIABLE." An Answer. Now and then some one asks us "Why do you persist in ad vertising for little agcjynts?" To each and every one yjio asks . S'H"0"E"S and Hosiery That's all Harry A. Orachman Shoe Co. 22 WEST ADAMS ST. E. S. WAKELIN CO. WHOLESALE GROCERI V y-- n innrir nnrLn.ru-in, . California Restaurant : Under new management. 4? .Give us a trial! aimn JMtl 117Mllll J ILJHlL REDEWILL MU8IC CO. Established in 1SSJ ' 22 West Washington St INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED Pianos Rebuilt and Reflnished IMAMMMMMMMMMMMWMMWWIMM Batter-Nut Bread Pure as the Drifted Snow Since 1881 Phoenix Bakery 7, W. Washington St. KAArMAAAMAMMAVMArMMMWWv! Everything In Lumber Halstead Lumber Co. i Five Points New Hotel Broadwav LOS ANGELES The oniy popular price ho tel on Broadway, all mod ern improvements, Opp. Court House, Coolest Hotel in the city. All outside rooms. Rates $1.00 per day with bath $1.50 per day. Weekly and monthly rates. Our new addition of house keeping Apts. $6 to $8 per week. Electric car line to beach one block away. ' Free Bus at all Depots WOODBURY & WILSON, Inc.