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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1914 T
PAGE SIX
Have Your Eyes Examined
Glasess fitted and lenses
ground all in our establish
ment. SWIGERT BROS.
f, 9 East Adams St.
r DR. D. D. NORTHRUP
Optometrist
Rooms Papered or calclmlned 14
and up. We carry our own stock.
CAVILEER A CO.
The Decorators
103 Bast Adams. Phont 1821
For Picture Framing
go to
B ALEE '8
The Big Curio on Aduxu
Street
Of Local Interest
STORED WATER SUPPLY
! 8 ALT RIVER VALLEY MONU
MENTAL WORKS
V. E. Lindsay, Prop.
409 West Washington 8t
! Arizona Granite as well as all
1 other granite used.
M uiiliii iiaMBHH
iSSffl-atEB
GO
BENNETT LUMBER
COMPANY
Everything In Lumber
Water service department report for
August 1L
Elevation of water in reservoir,
feet 118.27
Contents of reservoir, acre feet. 189,361
Loss preceding 24 hours, acre
feet 1,582
Normal flow of Salt and Verde
livers at Granite Reef dam,
M. 1 39,380
Amount of water used for irri
gation, north side II. 1 39,850
Amount of water used for irri
gation, south side, M. 1 30,645
LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
JUITOMQBILE ME TABLE
GLOBE-PHOENIX STAGE
Quicker and cheaper than train
fare. Globe. $15; 825 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
Smoke House. W. A. Hill, Prop.. 28
N. Second Ave.
6 a.m. 6 p.m.
Temperature, degrees 7!l 103
Sensible temperature 62 71
Humidity per cent 35 20
Wind direction E W
Wind velocity, miles t 4
Rainfall 0 0
Weather Clear Clear
Highest temperature 103
Lowest temperature 79
Mean relative humidity 28
Total rainfall 0
Excess in temperature yesterday, 1
degree.
Excess in temperature since first of
ninnth, 14 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since January 1, 325 degrees.
Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .03
inch.
Deficiency in rainfall since first of
month, .41 inch.
Accumulated deficiency in rainfall
since January 1, 2.12 inch.
Highest
Rainfall
Data for Tucson
temperature, yesterday. .. .102
yesterday 0
ROBERT R. BRIGGS,
Section Director.
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PHOENIX MARKET
REDEWILL MUSIC CO.
Established in 1U1 '
124 West Washington St
INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED
Pia finai Rhuil anrf Rf inishaal
1
TOM & SING'S
AMERICAN KITCHEN
Regular Meals, 35 Cents
Short Orders All Night
26 North Center. Phoenix
1
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Lodge
re 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 Tyne. Secretary.
For valley products
Prices paid today by WALTER
HILL CO.. wholesale:
Eggs 20c
Butter, dairy 25c
Cheese 12c
Hens, doz $6.00 to 87.00
Chickens, doz 85.00 to $6.00
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HOME TO PRESCOTT F. P. Cniice
assistant freight and passenger agent
of the Santa Fo. Prescott and Phoenix
who has been here in connection with
the readjustment of hay rates with
local shippers returned to Prescott last
evening.
PROTESTS VALUATION J. E.
Wise, of Santa Cuz county, one of the
heirs to the Baca land float there ap
peared before the state board of equal
ization yesterday to protest against the
valuation of $5. nn per acre fixed by the
state land commission
NOMINATION PETITIONS Chief
Justice Alfred Franklin of the supreme
court yesterday filed with the secretary
of state his declaration of intention to
succeed himself and nomination peti
tions bearing the requisite number nf
signatures to ensure the placing of his
name on the ballot at the primary elec
tion, were filed.
A great
Big, fresh
stock of
i
sponges
5c to $5.00.
V 31
ftitniucnn.
HOTORCVCIC PIUVWV- UTM(.tWl
Buy a new one for the Ford
POLITICAL
ANNOUNCEMENTS
R. F. GARNETT
announces that he is a candidate
for the office of County Treasurer,
subject to democratic primaries
to be held on September 8, 1914
iutfWiWrtviV'Vii - "- "- .."-
HUBERT W. CLARK announces
his candidacy for the office of
SUPERIOR JUDGE OF MARI- i
PAD a r.nllMTV .Htoff in th '
action of the Democratic Primary.
WHEN YOU HAVE ANY
PRINTING
DONE SEE THAT THIS
I on It or that It la done by
one of the firms below who
are entitled to w It
ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
ARIZONA GAZETTE
ARIZONA STATE PRESS
CAPITOL PRINTINS CO.
MESA TRIBUNE
MORRIS PRINTINS CO.
R. A. WATKIN8
PRINTING CO. f
SOCIALIST BULLETIN
THE QUALITY PRESS
! I hereby announce myself a candi
date for nomination to the office of
SHERIFF OF MARICOPA
COUNTY
Subject to the action of the
; Democratic P.-imaries !
JEFF D. ADAMS
SIZEMO RE-CLARK. Harry Al
mond Sizemore and Bessie M. Clark
of Mesa weie united in marriage yes
terday, Judge Parker officiating.
HERE FROM NOG ALES Raymond
R. Earhurt, county treasurer of Santa
Cruz county was in the city yesterday
on business before the corporation com
mission. RETURNED FROM MINING TRIP.
W. E. Defty, the mining engineer,
has just returned from Pinal county,
where he was engaged in the exami
nation nf minin? nronerties.
MATRIMONIAL. Marriage licenses I
Were issued yesterday to Herbert Neil
and Bessie Esham, both of Maricopa
county, and James Miller Creighton
of Maricopa and Nellie Smith of
Binghamton, N. Y.
FINED FOR ASSAULT. Joe Glass
was found guilty yesterday in Judge
Parker's court of assault on the per
son of Mursardez Moneze and was
yrdered to pay a fine of $10.
PAROLED MAN BACK AGAIN.
Porfirio Mendez, a man out on pa
role from the penitentiary, was de-
ivered yesterday to the county jail
from Tempe. where he was bounl
over on a charge or horse stealing.
ASSAULT CASE HELD OVER.
B. H. Lee pleaded guilty yesterday in
Judge Parker's court of assault with
deadly weapon, and was hell to
answer before the superior court. De
fendant waived examination. The
weapon used was a heavy bar of iron.
EN ROUTE FROM THE COAST
Mrs. W. A. Johnson and son, Ken- I
iieth Johnson, are passing the week j
here en route from California to
their home in Boulder, Colo. They
are the guests of Mrs. Johnson's sis
ter, Mrs. W. W. McNeff, of 642 North
Third avenue.
KRAMER TO TUCSON R. W.
Kramer, secretary to Judge Sawtello,
leaves this morning for Tucson on
official business. He goes later to
San Francisco, where he is to work
with Judge Sawtelle on some im
portant federal cases before the cir
cuit court of appeals.
CANDIDATE FOR TREASURER.
Robert F. Garnett has announced
his candidacy for the demooatic
nomination for county treasurer. Mr.
Garnett has grown up from childhood
in Phoenix and is well known
throughout the county. For several
years he has devoted his attention
exclusively to real estate and finan
cial matters.
TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. The
quarterly teachers' examination is to
be held in the Central school building
on Monday and Tuesday of next
week. All the special examinations
will be taken on the fit ft (lay. The
countv school superintendent an
nounces that entrants in the drawn;?
examination will be expected to fur
nish their own crayon, water c.lors
and compass.
ILLNESS OF DR. BEAUCHAMP.
Word has been received of the seri
ous illness in Ohio of Dr H. K.
Beauchamp, former city physician.
Though it was not generally known,
the doctor had come to this country
to find relief from lung tumble, of
which there was no outward sign.
About three weeks ago, accompanied
by Mrs. Beauchamp, he went back to
his former home, where he was
stricken.
PEORIA MEETING. The Peoria
Temperance Federation held its res
ular meeting at the Presbyterian
church on Monday afternoon. August
10. at 3 o'clock. The reports of the
canvassing committees shows an in
crease in the number of voters can
vassed and in the number registered
Rev. C. J. Hall of California will de
liver a lecture at the next regular
meeting, to be held on Monday eve
ning. August 17. at 8 o'clock. Every
body invited to attend.
HELD UP BY THE WAR Attorney
Robert S. Fisher who is in Vancouver
on legal matter, writes: "We are tied
up here a few days waiting for the
war scare to subside enough to trans
act business. Mr. Fisher mentions
having met John R. Hampton, W. S
Humbert and A. R. (latter wandering
about in that part of the country. He
says: We are all anxious to get hack
to the l S. A. I saw the Highlanders
drilling in kilts but they do not appeal
to me as do the boys in khaki behind
the old flag."
NOMINATIONS FILED YESTER
DAY. More contestants entered the
race yesterday for offices, subject to
the primaries to be held in Septem
ber. The five petitions filed with the
clerk of the board of supervisors
comprised those of A. J. Moore, t'lo
former chief of police, who will stand
for the office of sheriff of Maricopa
county on the republican ticket: R. C.
Stanford, for judge of the superior
court, as a demorrat: R. A. Kings
bury, for justice of the peace for tne
Mesa precinct on the democratic
ticket: Luther Bennett, democrat,
for the office of constable of the
Glendale district, and Simeon R.
Cook, for justice of the peace of the
Glendale district, who will enter the
race as a non-partisan.
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BATHING SUITS. Pinney & Ro
binson. (Advertisement.)
FEDERAL COURT
UPHOLDS 5.C.C.
Corporation Commission's
Right to Regulate Public
Utilities Owned by Indi
viduals Sust a i n e d on
Appeal
That the corporation commission has
the right to regulate the rates of public
utilities owned by individuals as well
as those maintained by fenerations is
the decision rendered by the United
States circuit court in San Francisco
yesterday. Word to this effect was
received in a telegram from Attorney
General Bullard to the commission.
The jurisdiction of the commission
over individuals owning and operating
public utilities was attacked by Ida A.
Van Dyke, owner of the Granite
Springs Water company, which sup
plies water to the town of Miami. The
commission issued an order reducing
the rates of service to Miami consum
ers. The matter was taken before the
superior court of Maricopa county on
an injunction process, but the action
of the commission was upheld by Judge
Phillips. The case was then taken into
the federal court, which has now up
held the decision of the lower court in
refusing to grant an injunction, and
has settled the matter in favor of the
commission.
A recent order of the commission"
ordering the extension of water mains
and service to the Live Oak addition
has been temporarily restrained by an
order issued by the United States court
yesterday, and no steps will be taken
in lo enforce the order until a further
Investigation has been made. l ie. it
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(Slimed)
Label OommittM
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 P.-imaries, 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
UWWWlV(Vi'iV V MMMilM
Pleasant Odors will result
if, you use
Dispel lo
the destroyer of perspira
tion, a delightful prepar
ation you should use this
summer. Give this a trial
ise.
Callus.
The Busy Drug Store
" The San-Tox Store
550 Phone 660
i irsifirnrnrrr m-rnrn-rrrrnrn rawni
Straw
Hats
One
Half
Price
High grade
clothes re
duced one
quarter McDougall
and Cassou
IN NEW HOME A. L. Moore ;s
now comfortably located in the Grim
shaw residence on North Third street
FITCH RETURNS Project Man
ger ('. H. Fitch returned from Pres
cott yestevdav.
ENSIGN HERE Chief Electrical
Engineer O. H. Ensign of the recla
mation service, is here on a short
business visit.
CARPENTER BACK Lewis .T.
Carpenter, collector of internal reve
nue, is back from a business trip to
the south of the state.
BACK FROM COAST Superin
tendent Kert.and R. Cocks and Mrs.
Corks are back from a vacation in
Palo Alto. California. They return
to the St. Luke's Home.
HAS BEEN AT PRESCOTT Mrs.
Olive Grimshaw has been visiting
her sister. ll.'s. E. S. Clark, of Pres
cott, while her new apartments at
the ,-orner of Fourth avenue and
Fillmore were being completed.
FOUND, BUNCH OF KEYS J. S.
Griffin has come into possession of a
bunch of keys by the finding route,
and tl.e owner may have the same
by identifying. The bunch Contains
some oesk and some office keys.
ISAAC PARENT TEACHERS
There will be a meeting of the Par
ent Teachers' association of the Isaa"
district at the home of Mrs. Hunt
irgton. three quarters of a mile east
of the school house on the. Ch.isly
toad. It is quite an important meet
ing and a large attendance is re
quested. P. G. & E. FEED The employes
of the P. (. & E, company met
Tuesday evening and enjoyed a grwit
feed cooked especially for them by
Chef Jacques Downeaux on the new
fangled electric range the company
now has. In addition to this grape
juice was served in several different
forms. A great time was had bv all.
AT MURPHY TONIGHT Murphy
EChoolliPiis? is the meeting place to
night for the democrats of that pre-
e nct. Owing to the sho.'t time be
fore the primary- election this is the
only lime that the candidates for
nomination will address the electors
there. Short snappy speeches are on
the raid and after the meeting an old
fashioned get together will he held.
COLORED BAPTIST OUTING
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Stewart are giv
ing an outdoor party at Eastlake
park tonight to the members of the
Second Baptist church, for the bene
fit of the church activities. A con
test is to be held among the young
fclks and a prize will be given to
the one who is the most neatly and
hecommgly dressed in white. Re
freshments will be se-.'ved.
ALHAMBRA MEETS THE CAN
DIDATES Alhambra democrats held
a rally la.st night for the purpose of
meeting the candidates for the demo
cratic nominations in the forthcom
ing election. AH the randidates for
the superior judge nomination ex
pressed their sympathy with the
campaign for state-wide prohibition.
Eight prospective legislators told of
their aims in short speeches. The
atendance was not large owing to
the short notice of the meeting.
ABBOTT-STACK MATRIMONIAL
J. W. Abbott. Jr., and Miss Helen
Romaine Stack were quietly married
by Rev. W. J. Sims, pastor of Cen
tral Methodist Church, South, yester
day afternoon, in the presence of
Mrs. Stack, mother of the bride, and
Mrs. Sims, wife of the officiating
clergyman. The groom is a son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Abott, of North
Third street, and is one of the best
known musicians in the state, now
playing first violin in Ben Massie's
orchestra. Miss Stack is well known
in Phoenix and has many friends
here. This morning the young couple
will start on a motorcycle honey
moon for Prescott. They will make
their home in Phoenix.
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
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, Dieiil Shoe Go.
8 W. Washington St.
mwm
The Old Saying
btEi'EK K EEuiiVW Rm wasn't built in a day"
Ifcif jUs'sMi 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 ar. account.
THE PHOENIX SAVINGS BANK
AND
TRUST COMPANY
M
HAIR GOODS FOR SALE
Ladles' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing.
Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair
Dressing; Expert Chiropodists, all
foot troubles removed. Mole and
warts removed by electricity.
SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY
Phone 1704
81 East Adams Street
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Garden City Restaurant
New Location
21-23 East Adami St.
i iiU'mnih hi 'm in'iii1 m ii t i i ii i ii w in t 4 n'My y
Elvey & Hulett
Quality Druggists
Never Substitute
O'Neil Building, N. W. Cor. Adams
and First Avenue, Phoenix
Phones 411 and 441
Brush Your Hair
Big sale on Hair Brushes just now
nt our drug store One-third off
on all hair brushes over $2,511.
We have them all. See our big
Kirst avenue window it's bust
ling with Bristle bargains.
Everything In Lumber
Halstead Lumber Co.
Five Points
5 gala. 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
S-H-O-E'S
and Hosiery That's all
Harry A. Drachman Shoe Co.
22 WE8T ADAMS ST.
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.
lngton Street.
Phones: O 788, 781.
Wash-
I
.
California Restaurant
Under new management.
' .Give us a trial 1
MACHINERY
Machinery of all kinds ballt, re
built or repaired. Best equipped
shop In state. Only expert me
chanics. Work guaranteed.
OVERLAND AUTO COMPANY
326-328-330 N. Central
ANTHRACITE COAL FUEL OIL
Best Lump Coal and Wood
PHOENIX WOOD 4. COAL CO.,
South Third St. and Jackson St.
Phone 1235
S. WAKELIN CO.
WHOLESALE
GROCERS
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LET YOUR WANTS BE KNOWN
LOST Boston Bull Bitch brindle
white anchor on chest. Answers to
name of Midgie. It found return to
Police station and receive reward. Z'.
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The United States mines five tons
of coal a year for each inhabitant.
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GUNS for rent. Pinney & Robin
son. Advertisement.
That's what a man from Je
rome, Ariz., did and by The Re
publican want ad columns.
He inserted an advertisement
and received 29 answers in two
days' time. Also a Phoenix lady
Dlaced an advertisement in The
Republican, receiving 13 answers
the second day.
There is no better way of let
ting your wants be known than
by the classified columns of The
Republican. One trial and you
will be satisfied.
We have on hand now several
answers to ads which have not
been called for and if there is
anyone wno inserted an ad with
out the desired results it may
pay you to present your number
to the ad man. He may have
just the answer that you are
looking for. Call today.
Batter-Nut Bread
Pure as the Drifted Snow
Since 1881
Phoenix Bakery
7 W. Washington St.
GOV. HUNT RETURN S Gov. Hunt
and Secretary of State Sidney P. Os
born returned last night from a trip to
Ft. Huaihuca, where the National
Guard is encamped.
W. C. T. U. MEETING The Wo
man's Christian Temperance Union will
hold a brief business session this
morning at 9:30 o'clock at the W. C. T.
U. home. 227 W. Monroe St. The meet
ing will open as usual with devotional
exercuses under the leadership of Mrs.
Stevens. It is important that as many
of the members as possible be present
and visitors are cordially invited to
attend.
New Hotel Broadwav
LOS ANGELES
The only popular price ho
tel on Broadway, all mod
em 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-1
keeping Apts. $6 to $8 per
week. Electric car line to
beach one block away.
Free Bus at all Depots
WOODBURY & WILSON,
Inc.
American-European
Official
European War Maps
Just Out.
Complete descriptions and
information.
Price 15 cents.
The Bern hill Company
Spend your vacation at the
NEW PALACE HOTEL
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA.
A high class hotel for refined peo
ple. Tou will enjoy tho social
events and the people you meet.
The genial management anticipates the wants and requirements of every
guest. Within easy walking distance of the shopping district and of every
theatre and place of amusement.
With your family spend a day, a week, or a month and enjoy the comforts
of the NEW PALACE, where everything is cheerful and homelike.
ON NO. ONE CAR LINE AT FIFTH AND ELM STREETS
Take Auto or Taxi to the hotel at our expense.
W. A. Laidlaw, Proprietor. George L. Mayne, Manager
The Road to Prosperity
Commences with the depositing of savings in our interest-paying
department.
The National Bank of Arizona
"Old Reliable"

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