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PICTURE PARTICULARLY WORTH SEEING' THIS r iiiiir A GREAT TIME THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1914 PhOCLAMATIONS GIVE AMHESTY imnn I 'Sir fmmi.rh ST I All Subjects of Austria Hungary in the South west Urged to Return Home and Deserters Arc Promised Amnesty Two proclamations issued from the Imperial and royal consulates of Austria-Hungary in Denver will he of especial interest to subjects of his majesty. Francis Joseph, who may be in the southwest, as these procla mations have to do with the states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming. Amnesty is inanted al Ideserters and evaders of military service under certain condi tions: The first proclamation reads: "At present all subject to military service have to hold themselves ready and have to advise the consulate of Austria -Hungary in Denver immedi ately of their addresses. "As to their departure, they must wait further Instruction from this consulate. "Denver, Colorado, August 2nd, 1914." The second proclamation, dealing with amnesty for desertsrs and evad ers of military service, reads: "His majesty, the emperor and king, has, when orders for partial mobilization were issued, proclaimed n amnesty to all deserters and evad ers of military service, prpvided that, when called for army service, they proceed at once to Austria or Hun- Rary. The same amnesty has also been extended to all evaders of mili tary service and deserters who, with out being called for service, return at once voluntarily to Austria or Hun gary The following directions must then be observed: "Evaders of military service and deserters residing in the states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming, must at once report peisonally. or after having received the special notice from the military authorities, to this consulate in Den ver. Colorado. "The expenses for the journey from Ppnver to New Tork will be defrayed by the consulate in Denver. Every man, subject to such call, must, how ever, pay the expenses for this jour ney to Denver himself. "Evader sof the military service or deserters residing in Montana and Idaho must at once, or after having received special notice from the mil itary authorities, go immediately to Butte, Montana, and wait there for the arrival of a representative of this consulate, who will then make ar rangement sfor the voyage to New Tork and also defray their expenses. The expenses for the journey to Butte must, however, be paid out of the private funds of the men called to the army. "All those men must he provided with all their military documents and the eventual special notice. Issued by the military authorities. "By grace of his majesty, evaders of military service, or deserters, re gardless of the fact that they receive a special call from the military au thorities, or not. have the opportun ity of making good for the crimes committed, either intentionally or by carelessness, and of returning home without being subject to punishment. It is expected from every good citi zen of Austria and Hungary that this opportunity will be welcomed by Dustin Farnum in "Squaw Man" at Arizona Theater Today Dustin Farnum In "The Squaw Man." Visions of the Broadway The ater in good old New Tork, packed to the doors to see the big half of the famous Farnum brothers in the great est role he, ever played, and one of the really great performances by an American actor. William Faversham is the first man who appeared in "The Squaw Man," and he created a furore in the role. It was hailed as a masterpiece by all who saw it and when he finally gave up the role and Dustin Farnum took it for road purposes, all of his friends at the Lambs club told "Dusty" what a fool he was to try and put some thing over after Faversham had taken a crack at it; they had not too large an opinion of Dustin Farnum as an actor then. But he did not care; he just took the engagement and got out his three and six sheets and pretty soon reports began to trickle in from small road towns like Chi cago and Philadelphia that they had discovered an actor. A big chap named Farnum playing in "The Squaw Man." In no time at all Mr. Farnum had arrived and New York demanded a sight of him, so his road dates were canceled and he came back to New Yoik and played it on the same Broadway that had hailed it as Fav ersham's greatest role. That same Broadway promptly forgot the won derful work of "Favvy" under the spell of the supreme art of Farnum, and "The Squaw Man," always a great play, took on a new lease of life and thrilled the great city for weeks and weeks. This is what is to be seen tonight in the foim of a film play at the Arizona theater. The same "Dusty" Farnum and the same great play. The role of Jim Carston should prove as wonderful on the screen as it was in the flesh, and it will give a great actor an opportunity to have his best work retained for posterity. Smith and Hartman, of the Master Carburetor force, will shortly under take a trip to Galveston the second made by Smith in the Interest of the little combination that makes winners of second rate automobiles and puts the first rate one so far in the lead that they cannot be caught. The trip will he made overland in the Buick machine that won the race at Prescott around the loop. In the meantime C. D. Messner will have charge of the selling force in Arizo na. A telegram was received yesterday from Galveston notifying the local agents of the "master" that Eddie Riekenbacker, who drove a Dusen hurg machine in the fnSe-for-all p.t Galveston, was the winner and that he had a Master on the machine. It is expected that more records will be made by the team of Smith and Hartman as they will visit all the intermediate towns. them and that they will obey without delay the orders of their emperor and king. "Denver, Colorado, July 2", 1914. "The I. and R. Consul of Austria Hungary. "MANOJLOVITSY." o ' 1 When you have advertising to do do it right do it with all your might in the daily newspapers Newspapers are the short route from production to de mand. They sell goods to the consumer "and make it an object to the local dealer to push advertised articles. Phone to The Republican's advertising man. Mulligan and Ladies' Night Proves great Attraction to Many Members Pleasing Speeches Made Program Very Fine The Moose Mulligan and reception to the ladies last night was the best attended and most successful event that ever has been put over, by Phoenix lodge No. 708, L. O. O. M. Of course, one of the great drawing cavds was the well advertised Mulli gan which Moose Guenther guaran teed, would be the best ever, and he lived up to his statement. No more delicious or savory concoction of culi nary art has ever been delivered "to assembled Phoenicians than Mr. Guenther's victory of last night. It was more than delicious. The same can be said of the liquid refresh ments that were prepared by Jack McMorris. The punch was distinctly there. There were speeches delivered dur ing the course of the evening's en joymnt. Many of the leading mem bers of the order were called upon to add to the evening's entertain ment by giving words of wisdom and cheer to the assembled Moose and their ladies. Dictator George N. MacBcan introduced Slate Senator Harry A. Davis, who presided over that part of the occasion. Senator Davis is the parliamentarian of the order. Among the other speakers were Mayor George U. Young, John C. Adams. James G. Simpson and Judge McBride. Judge McBride had as his task the welcoming of the ladies and this he did with a pe culiar grace and verbiage all his own, making a splendid impression upon the large audience. Mr. Simpson presented a bracelet and ring to Mrs. A. J. Ullom and granddaughter for the part they took in the parade July I. Following the speeches the whole building was thrown open and a most clelignttul time was had. Many there were who took advantage of the splendid floor to engage in dancing while others wandered through the rooms or took turn showing their expertness with the billiard balls and the cue. Several professionals from both the Colum bia and the Empress theatres visited the building and assisted in the en tertainment. Ben Massie's Ragtime Kids were there as was also Alden's band and the music was therefore all that could be desired. It was a great time and all voted it so. In tense interest will therefore be dis played in the next event of the kind by the order. o E HUNT BE FOR NEARLY $1,000 Other Great Novelties of Attraction Today at Sandy Spot Play P. A. J right across the boards ! I You lay an odds-on bet that Prince Albert is the best pipe and cigarette smoke any man ever put a match to. You'll cash in before you clean out your first tidy red tin. Here's tobacco that's got real red blooded man punch, but it can 't bite your tongue and it can 't parch your throat. That's thrown into the dis card by a patented process owned exclusively by the manufacturers. You stick a pin here no other to bacco can be like Prince Albert; nor has P. A. any "near" relatives ! Follow the thought ? Just put it right up to yourself for a test-out. Lay a dime against a tin of Prince Albert and get tipped off from the home plate as to how close to case cards this talk is. You get wise to that P. A. flavor and fragrance. Because it's just one of those little things in life that smooths out ruffles and wrin kles in the day's work and sends you along right cheerful like. Prince Albert is sold everywhere. In toppy red bags, 5c (handy for rolling 'em); in tidy red tins, 10c; also in handsome pound and half pound humidors that make a hit around home or the office. the national joy smoke "ssf" mmmmammmmm DEATH FOLLOWS "And still the wonder grew." When a local enterprise made the startling announcement that they would bury today "treasure" to the ex tent of $500, for which its patrons might dig and carry away whatever they found; a lot of people shook their heads, looked specticai and whispered "fake": and now it is announced that instead of $500, the hidden treasure will have a value only a little short of $1000; that it will be buried in such a manner that every one has an equal chance to find some of it and that It will all be easily accessible to the dig gers. Since the list published yesterday the following additjons have come in: $25 credit on an auto from McArthur Brothers, $25 credit on a piano from the Taverner Piano Co., one Hot Point iron from the New State Electric com pany, $25 credit on a Buick from the W. W. Catlin company and a grand prize of $375 credit on five acres In Security Acres from the Arizona Se curities company of which Ralph Cam eron is president and R. R. Bailey, manager. Five acres in this plot, all set out to any fruit, near which is the winter home of Vice President Marshall, are worth $2500 and the payments are $100 down and $25 per month thereafter. This credit coupon is appliable to the first payment and monthly payments until used up. As in the first contest the beach will be roped off and at a given hour this af ternoon the signal to start work will be given and everybody in a bathing suit will be at liberty to go in and dig up a fortune. It will take place some time between three-thirty and five o'clock. Another great big novelty will be the introduction of a cabaret performance in the evening. Beginning at 7:30 the famous Dallas Comedy Pour will give a caharet entertainment at the east end of the big pavilion. This Innovation is sure to prove one of the great big hits of the season. The quartet is one of, the best ever heard In Phoenix; they sing remarkably well and their comedy is really funny. It will be something quite different. In addition to the wonderful attrac tions there will be the third of the great Life Saving Contest series and In the evening there will be the first of a series of gold medal prize waltzes In the big pavilion. An entirely new pro gram of Universally perfect movies and the best music to be heard within the state will complete the days attrac tions and make this particular Thurs day half holiday a wonder that will last more than seven day. o Clemson college boasts of a pitcher who can twirl equally well with either hand. . Wonder "how well" this am bidextrous fellow can pitch with either hand. II. S. Tithall, Found Dying in Iioadwav, Succumbs to Heating Effects of Too Much Alcohol Inquest Showed This Fact . A verdict of death from over heating, caused by alcoholism, was returned in an inquest into the death of H. S. Titball, who was found dy ing near the intersection of the Tempe road and Twentieth street yesterday afternoon. The evidence showed that the de ceased, a stvangcr of about 50 years of age, was overcome by heat, fol lowing a protracted indulgence in in toxicants. The inquest was held m the court of Justice P. P. Parker late yesterday afternoon. Persons passing the street corner were attracted by groans, and on searching about, they came upon the dying man by the roadside. Dr. George Brockway was summoned im mediately, but in spite of restorative treatment, the man died from ex haustion. The body was conveyed to the Merryman undertaking parlors, where it was viewed by the coroner. Evi dence submitted by several witness es showed that the deceased had been, for seve.-al days prior to his demise, in a state of deep intoxication. ALL EYES FOCUSED ON THE AIRSHIP, LATEST OF MODERN" AGENCIES FOR QUICK DESTRUCTION IN TIME OF WAK , The air craft "Russia. Tree Planters, Your Future Profits will depend on the nursery stock you plant. Arizona certainly has a good future in horticulture and viti culture. But it will be necessary to plant the RIGHT VARIETIES, considering your climatic and your marketing conditions. We can help you in this matter if we may. For twenty-seven years we have, been propagating trees for California planters and know the business thoroughly. Our nursery plant at Fresno contains the largest stock of commercial varieties of trees and vines being grown in California. Our newest nursery plant near Phoenix is doing nicely, and we expect to continue a permanent nursery plant here for our Arizona customers. Arizona conditions are similar to parts of California. Do not make the mistake of planting the wrong vane ties of nursery stock grown by far-away nurseries who know nothing of our western needs. Our office and delivery yard will be open in Phoenix in the Fall. Write for our catalog now, please, and let us know how much land you expect to improve and what varieties you have in mind. Kirkman Nurseries Fresno, Calif.