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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1914 J
PAGE SIX Have Your Eyes Examined Glasesa fitted and lenses ground all in our establish ment. SWIGERT BROS. 9 East Adams 8t DR. D. D. NORTHRUP Optometrist Rooms Panered or calclmlned $4 and up. We carry our own stock. CAVILEER A CO. The Decorators 108 East Adams. Phone 1821 8ALT RIVER VALLEY MONU MENTAL WORKS V. E. Lindsay, Prep. 401 West Washington St Arizona Granite aa well aa all other granite used. Phone 132J for prices For Picture Framing go to BALKE'S The Big Curio on Aduni I Street Of Local Interest STORED WATER SUPPLY msssm Rip' BENNETT LUMBER; COMPANY Everything In Lumber Water service department for August 11: Elevation of water in reservoir t'oet 118.57 Contents of reservoir, acre feet. 190,943 Loss preceding 24 hours, acre feet ' 1,510 Normal flow of Salt and Verde rivers at Granite Reef dam, M. 1 46,320 Amount of water used for irri gation, north side. M. 1 39,690 Amount of water used for irri gation, south side, M. 1 30,420 o LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY AUTOMOBILE III TABLE GLOBE-PHOENIX STAGE Quicker and cheaper than train fare. Globe, $15; 25 round trip. Leaves daily at 8 a. m.; arrives Roosevelt 2 p. m.; Globe and Miami, 4:30 p. in. Passengers collected from any part of the city. Ticket at Adams and Ford Hotels and Shaw's Smoke House. W. A. Hill. Prop., 28 N. Second Ave. REDEWILL MUSIC CO. Established in 1M1 224 West Washington t. INSTRUMENTS REPAIRER Piano Rebuilt and Refiniahse) TOM & SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Regular Meals, 35 Cents Short Orders All Night 26 North Center, Phoenix 6 a.m. 6 p.m. Temperature, degrees 78 103 Sensible temperature 61 71 Humidity per cent 37 19 Wind direction N'E W Wind velocity, miles 4 8 Rainfall 0 0 Weather Clear Clear Highest temperature 104 Lowest temperature 77 Mean relative humidity 28 Total rainfall 0 Deficiency in temperature yesterday, 0 degree. Excess in temperature since first of month. 13 degrees. Accumulated excess in temperature since January 1. 324 degrees. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .03 inch. Deficiency in rainfall since first of month, .38 inch. Accumulated deficiency in rainfall since January 1, 2.09 inches. Data for Tucson Highest temperature, yesterday Rainfall yesterday ROBERT R. BR1GGS. Section Director. 102 0 PHOENIX MARKET Lodge Notices LOYAL. ORDER OF MOOSE Phoenix Lodge. No. 708: Meetings every Tuesday, Moose Home 28 S. Center. Visit ing brothers Invited. George N. MacBean, Dictator; Walter R, Van. Tl'ne. Secretary. A great Big, fresh stock of i sponges M. U 5c to $5.00. For valley products Prices paid today by WALTER HILL CO., wholesale: Eggs , 20c Butter, dairy 25c Cheese 12c Hens, doz $6.00 to $7.00 Chickens, doz $5.00 to $6.00 ' O TRADE BOARD MEETING The di rectors of the board of trade iJwIll meet in regular session today at four o'clock. OFF TO CANYON Edgar A. Brown, rate expert of the corporation commis sion leaves this morning for a two weeks' outing at the Grand Canyon. "BARGY" BACK Harold M. Barg man. of the engineering department of the United States reclamation service returned yesterday from a long and pleasant vacation in California. OFF TO THE COAST Mrs. Laura Pelle Gardiner left last night for Los Angeles and coast points, where he will spend the remainder of the sum mer. Her daughter Mary, will enter Marlborough Academy in the autumn. IN SUPREME COURT The case of Harry Balb and Leon Phillips vs. the state of Arizona was filed yesterday In the supreme court. The case is an ap peal from the superior court of Mari copa county, where appellants were convicted of horse stealing. FOR RE-NOMINATION Nomina tion petitions bearing the required umber of names were filed yesterday with the secretary of state by A. W. ole. member of the corporation com mission and Tax Commissioner P. J. Miller. Both men have announced their ntention to run for re-election. ON VACATION The office of the lerk of the superior court has been deserted by two of its prominent fig ures. W. S. Wilson, the chief deputy- clerk, has taken the family for a cool off in Prescott. L. P. Hedgpeth, deputy clerk, has gone to pass the vacation in Pecos, -Texas. v l Buy a new one for the Ford WHEN YOU HAVE ANY PRINTING DONE SEE THAT THIS la on It or that It la done by one of the firms below who are entitled to use It ARIZONA REPUBLICAN ARIZONA GAZETTE ARIZONA STATE PRESS CAPITOL PRINTINQ CO. ME3A TRIBUNE MORRI8 PRINTINQ CO. R. A. WATKINS PRINTING CO. SOCIALIST BULLETIN THE QUALITY PRESS (Signed); lbl Committee POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS '. I hereby announce myself a candl- ' ! date for nomination to the office of 1 SHERIFF OF MARICOPA COUNTY Subject to the action of the Democratic Primaries ! JEFF D. ADAMS FRANK H. LYMAN Candidate for Nomination COUNTY ATTORNEY, Maricopa County, Democratic Pri mary, September 8. Wm. E. Thomas, having filled the position of Clerk of Superior Court for past two years, announces that he Is a candidate for renomination at the Democratic Primaries, Sep tember 8. 1914. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for judge of the super ior court of Maricopa county at the Republican Primary, Sept. 8, 1914. PAUL RENAU INGLES CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING. The Civic League will hold the first meet ing of the year this morning at 10:30 at the rooms of the board of trade. REBEKAH PICNIC Arizona Re- bekah Lodge No. l will hold a pic nic at Riverside Park Thursday af ternoon, August 13, at 5 p. m. All Rebekahs, Odd Fellows and visitors and their families are cordially in vited to come and bring a well filled basket. BACK FROM ST. PAUL Frank De Souza, secretary of the corporation commission, returned yesterday from St. Paul, Minn., where he attended the supreme council of the Knights of Co lumbus, and received the honors of the fourth, degree In that order. State Deputy P. M. Kelly of Bisbee was the other delegate from Arizona. MORE NOMINATIONS More nom ination petitions were filed yesterday by seekers of office, all subject to the democratic primaries in September. George A. McDonald aspires to the of fice of county treasurer. George Nicholls will make a stand for justice of the peace for the Tempe precinct. O. S. Stapley announces himself as a candidate for state senator. L. D. Crook is out for the office of precinct com mitteeman and J. I. Bates will contest the office of constable of the east Phoe nix justice precinct. MOOSE TO MESA. The Moose lodge at Mesa has extended an invi tation to the entire Phoenix lodge to attend a big blowout that will be given by the lodge at the Gem City tonight. Dictator McBeari announced at the meeting of the Phoenix lodge last night that all Moose with auto mobiles are. expected to be at the Moose "Home at 7 o'clock or there abouts to transport the local herd to Mesa to enjov- the celebration. FIRST VACATION IN 13 YEARS. William Lossing, the local bee and honey magnate, is leaving for Nia gara Falls, Canada, on the first real vacation he has had in thirteen years. He will stop off in Ohio, Illinois and Michigan during the trip, going and coming. He expects to be gone a month or more. He goes primarily to visit his friends at his old Cana dian home, but expects also to keep his weather eye open for business chances while away. BIDS OPENED TODAY Four tenders were the response to the ad vertisement for bids for the supply ing of goods put out by the county school superintendent. These will be opened this morning at ten o'clock by a committee of three trustees chosen from the twelve school dis tricts participating in the new scheme for the collective buying of school supplies for the ensuing year. The proposition was originated by Superintendent Riggins with a view to economy by central buying. AUTO DAMAGER CAUGHT C. Pollock was arrested last evening by the city police on , a harge of maliciously damaging the utomobile of J. D. Mattice, one of the bus drivers on Washington street. Pollock, it is alleged, cut the presto tank hose and turned the oil cock that both gas and oil escaped. He did this, it is alleged, because the. Washington street driver had been making nickel trips to Riverside park. Mattice was also called a scab, it is said, in connection with the transaction. Pollock was re leased upon a $20 cash bail by Judge McBride. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET The republicans met last night and decided upon the men they would upport for the majority of places upon the county ticket at the coni ng primaries. Paul Renau Ingles for county judge. Earl Curtis for county attorney, A. J. Moore for sheriff. Messinger of Glendale, C. Mullen of Tempe. and Claude Cis- ney of Phoenix for supervisors, J. H. Kinney for treasurer, county recorder. clerk of superior court, assessor and county school superintendent not yet decided upon. C. W. Johnstone, for justice, west Phoenix precinct, Wal ter Burch, justice, east Phoenix pre cinct. The papers for these candi dates wiil be filed in a few days. ONE MORE CONSPIRATOR IN TOILS. The Hheriffs office, in search of the conspirators against the peace and dignity of the United States yclept the Mexican anarchis bunch went down to Coldwater to day and picked up Ignacio Lugo, who was among those who attended the meeting at which it was made very plain that an were to take up arms against the United States. He was brought to town and is in solitary I at the county jail. Others are being looked for with diligence. Sheriff Adams will himself leave for Florence todav to hrinir hnrk Teodnro Cve- I 1 tano. arrested there on Sunday, who so far has not been returned to Phoenix by the United States mar ehal's office. SOUTH METHODIST PICNIC This is the last day in which to get ready for the great pienir which is being given under the auspices of the South Methodist churches of phoe nix, Cartwright and Bethel. When the idea of the picnic was first con ceived, the intention was to make it a modest iittle affair; but the ve sponses to the call were tremendous and instantaneous. From all over the valley families are coming to take part and the indications are that there will be fifteen hundred people present when the big chicken dinner is served. The dinner will be served under the big trees at the east end of Kiosk walk, and If you know what an old-fashioned chicken dinner re ally is, here is the chance to get it. Chances for the real thing of this sort come few and far between. There will ' be dinners for an infinite number of people, but as about seven hundred youngsters will be In the party, it behooves one to be early at the feast. In addition to the regular chicken dinner, ice cream and cake will be on sale In ample Quantities. A program of sports has been ar ranged that will supply fun for old and young. It will be the day of the first half of the finals of "the life saving contests and in the evening special pictures will be shown In the movie theater. o BOARD OF TRADE AND . III. AND III. PLAN PICNIC Will Make Things Lively on Coming August 20 Look out for the 20th of August! It's a Thursday on the calendar but that is not all, not by a long long way, 5 Through a decree .issued by the Phoe nix Board of Trade and the Merchants and Manufacturers association. Thurs day August 20, is Farmers' Day. A committee consisting of I. M. Ormsby of the Valley bank, N. D. Sanders of the Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Co., and M. Roy Murray of McDougall and Cassou, has been appointed by the two organizations to take charge of all arrangements and make it a notable event and probably an annual one. The plan is to have all the business men of phoenix meet the farmers from all over the valley in a great picnic at Riverside park, forgetting business care and worries in a good old fash ioned time. A program that will pro vide a world of fun and of a distinctly novel nature is now being drawn up and invitations are being mailed to every farmer in the valley to come and spend the day and bring his family with him. Although a day of this kind has been under consideration for a long time it has only now been decided on because the committee felt that they should wait until the bulk of the summer work on the ranches was over. Now mid summer Is here in all its glory and it is time for all hands to take a day off and have a good time. Up to this sum mer there has never been a place where an event of this kind could be held conveniently and satisfactorily but now Riverside park provides an ideal set ting for it. In all probability the ball park will he used for the track and field events and the great pool will of course be the center of the main cele bration while in the evening there will be a genuine old fashioned barn dance, the kind they held long before the new fangled dances became the rage, and they will provide even more fun right now than they did in the good old days. Watch out for the 20th. Take -i Advantage -of the Reductions. Straw Hats . v Half Off. . Oxfords at a big saving. McDougall and Cassou COL. BOWLER AWAY Col. Fred. Bowler left yesterday for Humbolt. to superintendent some cement work on the Shill mine. BRIGGS RECOVERING. E. c Briggs. who has been quite ill Intely t Re londo Beach, is rapidly improv- rig. according to information re- tived in this city vesterday. SOME PACKARD TRUCK Me- Arthur Brothers, agents for Packard trucks in Arizona, were yesterday driving aiound the city one of the finest specimens of heavyweight trucks ever seen in these parts. It five ton Packard, one of the several bought by the Standard Oil ompany for use in this city at the new hrancli being established nere. The truck caused all sorts of at tention. CANDIDATES AT ALHAMBRA Alhamhra is to be the scene of the speaking tonight for the candidates for the democratic nominations for state and county officers. The meet- ng will open at 8 p. m. sharp and ten minutes is the tune limit lor speeches. This course was decided upon at a meeting of the candidates order that all might have an equal chance. Rivalry is strong among the various candidates and this will result in some warm speeches. CLEAN UP THE LOTS. City Manager Karish is now conducting a campaign to get the owners of prop erty in the city to make a general clean-up of the vacant lots and back yards. This is the season of the year when t lie insurance inspectors generally visit the city and with a spotless towns, sans rubbish, sans old paper, sans old boxes, the insurance rate will be much lower than it would be otherwise. Inflammable material of any kind kept around al ways increases the insurance risK and automaticallv increases the rate HELD UP IN TOWN R. F. Bobo, a carpenter who lives at Thirteenth and Roosevelt, was set upon last night about 11 o'clock, by two Mex icans at the ice house at Fourth street and Washington, and beaten and robbed of his money. He had stopped there to get a drink of cool water. Two Mexicans approached him one of them asking him if he knew anything about ranch work. He replied he did not and leaned down to get a drink, and then they jumped him. He fought with them awhile hut as soon as they got his money they left. He immediately gave the alarm. The men answer the descrip tlon of those who committed the holds ups on Saturday night. One of them had a knife or some instrument with which Bobo was struck over the head. ORATORS AT WILSON Residents of the Wilson district, last evening, met at the school house for the pur pose of hearing the democratic pri mary candidates explain why the democratic voters of that district should honor them with their votes at the primary to be held Septem ber 8. Two candidates for the sherival office, Jeff Adains. who seeks re-election, and W. H. Wilky, made brief speeches which were well received. All the candidates for the democratic nomination, for superior iudte. except I. D. Shanihart. were there and It was around this nomina tion that the big guns of the cam paign were fired. Candidates for Ptate legislature were there In all their glory. Fred A. Larson who seeks the nomination for justice of the peace in the East Phoenix pre cinct cut short his speech on his own behalf in order to boost the re election of Senator Marcus A. Smith 1 The Old Saying "Rome wasn't built in a day" may be applied to most of our richest men. Their fortunes were not made overnight. They are the result of a continued effort to MAKE MORE and SAVE MORE. The more money they had to use the more they made and the more they saved. Start a Savings Account in this bank paying 4 per cent. One dollar will open an account. THE PHOENIX SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY WHS DIEHL'S Clean-Up Sale IS NOW ON People who appreciate high-grade footwear will take advantage of these prices. 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. Dielil Shoe Go. 8 TV. Washington St. HAIR GOODS FOR SALE Ladles' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing. Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair Dressing; Expert Chiropodists, all toot troubles removed. Moles warts removed by electricity. SHIRLEY A SHIRLEY Prions 1704 31 East Ad a mi street and HTI-m ---...--.------..r.rnnr(1j Garden City Restaurant New Location 21-23 East Adami Bt. BATHING SUITS. Pinney & Ro binson. (Advertisement) TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY jijyvvvir"Yr" EVERYBODY PRAISE8 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 nd First Avenue, Phoenix Phones 411 and 441 Everything In Lumber Halstead Lumber Co. Five Pointi 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 Hail, 114 B. Wash ington Street. Pbones: O 788. 781. gals. Zerolene $2.85 gals. Vacuum Mobile Oils.. 13.50 5 pounds Arctic Cup Grease ....85 and Only Red Crown Gasoline. PHOENIX OIL CO. Phone 1330 221 W. Jeff. St A 1 1 ) U L Ml f J JLA J.KK S"H-0"E-S and Hosiery That's all Harry A. Drachmae Shoe Go, 22 WEST ADAMS ST. SOME SUMMERING ARIZONIANS H. C. Dryer of Hay. Arizona, who has been spending his summer at Mount Morrison. Colorado, has just returned. He reports a fine trip. From Cornell, Mo., to Colorado Springs, has Mrs. Ed L O'M alley of this city pursued the festive cool ness. She is now stopping at 100 Cheyenne road. Mrs. A. E. Bock of 233 East Madi son is leaving shortly for Ontario, Oregon. Mrs. C. E. McKee of (i.'ll North Seventh avenue has returned from s-unta Monica and California cities, where she has passed the summer. R. E. ("rouse Is now located at Saeaton, Arizona. Uev. Charles H. Dains of Tempe is leaving for the coast for the re mainder of--the' summer. His ad dress there will be 443 West Fifth street, Long Beach', Cal. A. J. McLean of the Ray Cons. (Topper company of Hayden is now in Long Beach, where he will re main for the rest of the summer. He is registered at the Dannie Apart ments. J. G. Spangler, the prominent Mesa business man who has been summer ing on the Pacific coast has left the Brysou at Los Angeles, and is now Ht the New Hotel in Seattle. California Restaurant Under new management "" .Give us a trial! MACUINFDV Machlnrv of nil kinH hn . built or repaired. Bast equipped shop in state. Only expert me chanics. Work guaranteed. OVERLAND AUTO COMPANY 326-328-330 N. Central Batter-Nat Bread Pure as the DriftedSnow Since 1881 Phoenix Bakery E. S. WAKELIN CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 1jUMei-rViii-ii--r irii" -"-j""--ir sr ANTHRACITE COAL FUEL OIL Best Lump Coal and Wood PHOENIX WOOD & COAL CO, South Third St. and Jackson St. Phone 1235 l 7 W. Washington St. 1 m n mudi ' AjAjvjLn.nrnnnri-. LOST Bunch of keys on ring with initial F.: Teturn Room 16, Central Eldg.; receive reward. Stoddard In corporating Co. tf o The United States mines five tons of coal a year for each inhabitant. o 1 GUNS for rent, pinney & Kobin gon. Advertisement. Official European War Maps Just Out. Complete descriptions and information. Price 15 cents. The Be rr hill Company Flagstaff, Ariz. Points of Interest Near Flagstaff Grand Canyon 65 miles Extinct volcanoes 13 miles Lava beds If miles Ice caves 16 miles Prehistoric cliff dwellings. 10 miles Cave dwellings 10 miles Oak Creek trout stream... 18 miles Montezuma's well 50 miles San Francisco peaks ....12 miles Elevation 13.900 feet.) Altitude of Flagstaff ....6907 feet Prehistoric ruins 35 miles Natural Bridge 75 miles WHEN IN FLAGSTAFF 8too at the Commercial Hotel Cbas. Prochnow, Mgr. Rates 1 up SUMMER TOURIST RATE8 To Atchison, Kan I 65 00 Baltimore. Md 102.50 Boston, Mass 105.50 Chicago, 111 67.59 Colorado Springs, CoL 4o.09 Council Bluffs, Iowa 55.00 Denver, Col 45.00 Duluth, Minn 7-3" Kansas City, Mo 55.09 Leavenworth, Kan 55.00 Memphis. Tenn. 5.00 Minneapolis, Minn. "0.79 Montreal, Quebec 103.59 New York, N. Y 103.69 Omaha, Nebr 65.00 Philadelphia, Pa, 103.50 Portland. Me lOS.iO j Pueblo, Col 5-00 Ouohee P O 111.50 Ct Tneonh Mo 55.00 65.00 70.79 90.70 102.50 .. 1-'. St'Pt- St. Louis, Mo. St. Paul, Minn Toronto, Ont Washington, D. C. Tickets on sale. August 17. IS. 20. 21. 25, 26, 27, 28. 4. 5. 9. 10. 11. Final Return Limit Three Montns From Date of Sale but Not to Ex ceed October 31st. Diverse Routes Liberal Stopover Insist on Having your Tickets Router! 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 GARNETT KING. I Gen. Pass. Agt. El Paso. Tex. To Be An Employer N Employee Start a bank account so as to be ready for the opportunity that is fcfj sure to present itself. kM The National Bank of Arizona "Old Reliable"