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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1914 Have Your Eyes Examined Glasess fitted and lenses ground all in our establish ment. SWIGERT BBOI. f 9 East Adama St. DR. D. D. NORTH RUP Optomatriat Rooms Papered or calcimlned 14 and up. We carry our own stock. CAVILEER & CO. The Decoratora 101 Bast Adama. Phoaa 1121 SALT RIVER VALLEY MONU MENTAL WORKS V. E. Lindsay, Proa. 40t Welt Washing-toe. 8L Arlsona Granite aa wall u all other panlte used. Phone 1321 for prlM aBjajaaeaBaaaHHaHa BENNETT LUMBER COMPANY Everything In Lumber AUTOMOBILE TIME TABLE GLOBE-PHOENIX STAGE Quicker and cheaper than train fare. Globe. 115; $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 Botela and Shaw's Smoke House. W. A. H11L Prop., 2t N. Second Are an REDEWILL MUSIC CO. Established In 1M1 224 Weat Washington St. INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED Pianea Rebuilt and Rsfiniehed TOM & SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Regular Meals, 35 Cents : Short Orders All Night 26 North Center, Phoenix Lodge Notices LOYAL. ORDER OP 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. WANTED Every man to know that "J. & J." shav ing cream gives the velvet shave. It really does soften the stiff est beard. Sold by Owl Drug Co. WANTED 1000's of peo ple to find the way to the Owl Drug Co., 2nd and Adams, where there is a real guarantee in every purchase. WHEN YOU HAVE ANY PRINTING DONE SEE THAT THIS U m It or that It ! done by one of the firms below wh are entitled to use It ARIZONA REPUBLICAN ARIZONA GAZETTE ARIZONA 8TATE PRESS CAPITOL PRINTING CO. MESA TRIBUNE MORRI8 PRINTING CO. R. A. W ATKINS PRINTING CO. SOCIALIST BULLETIN THE QUALITY PRESS (Signed) Label Committee For Picture Framing f go to BALKE'D Of Local Interest STORED WATER SUPPLY Water service department report for Aug. 13. Elevation of water in reservoir feet .......... 117.96 Contents of reservoir, acre feet 187,793 Loss preceding 24 hours, acre ' feet 1,568 Normwl flow of Salt and Verde rivers at Granite Reef dam, M. I. ........... 29,38 J Amount of water used fo.- irri gation, north side, M. 1 07,050 Amount of water used for irri gation, south side, M. I. .... 29,979 o ' LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY , 6a.rn.6p.ro. Temperature, degrees 80 102 Sensible temperature 88 72 Humidity per oent ...... 54 22 Wind direction NE W Wind velocity, miles".. .' 4 4 Rainfall 0 0 Weather Clear Clear Highest temperature 103 Lowest temperature 79 Mean relative humidity .. 38 Total rainfall .-. .v. 0 Excess in temperature yesterday, 1 degree. . , " " ' Excess in temperature since first of month, 13 degrees;'. Accumulated excess in temperature since January 1, 326 degrees. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .03 inch. - - Deficiency in , rainfall since first of month. .44 inch. Accumulated deficiency in rainfall since January 1, 2.15 inches. Data for Tucson Highest temperature vesterdav. . . .10(1 Rainfall yesterday '.w .... o ROBERT R. BRIGGS, - .Sectton Director. o PHOENIX MARKET For valley products Prices paid today by "WALTER HILL CO., wholesale: ''.'' Eggs .. .. ... ........ 7'.... 20c Butter, dairy 25c Cheese '.-....-... Hp Hens, doz., $6.00 to 27.00 Chickens, doz. ...S5.00 to J6.00 OFF TO FLAG State Auditor J. C. Callaghan left -vesterdav for a short trip to Prescott and Flagstaff, UN VACATION Charles R. Os-: burn, secretary- of the board of con . trol, leave this morning for . a three eeKs outing at Flagstaff. NEW NOTARIES Notarial com lissions were issued vesterdav at the office of the - secretary .of state to Angus McAlpine and George P. Smith, of G'obe. A. ' W. Adkinson of Tucson, and J. H. Downer, of Buena, Cochise county. ,: ' " CATTLE HEARING The state board of equalization has . notified J. M. Sanders, of -SuDerior. to aDDear btfore the board on August 19 and show cause why the valuation of cat- ue owned by him snouid not be m creased by 1500 head. TO LOS ANGELES Mr. nd Mrs. A. M. Carr,-who have had -charge of the Gillette sanitarium on North Seventh strtet. leave this mnrnina for Los Angeles, where Mr. Carr will assume charge of the new psycho pathic ward in the Los Angeles county hospital. N ... . . - o BATHING SUITS. Pinnev & Ro binson. (Advertisement.) POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS R. F. GARNETT announces that lie is a candidate for the office of County Treasurer, subject to democratic primaries to be held on September 8, 1914. FRANK H. LYMAN Candidate, for Nomination COUNTY ATTORNEY, Maricopa County, Democratic Pri mary, September 8. 1 We 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. hereby announce myself as a candidate for judge of the super ior court' of Maricopa county at the Republican Primary, Sept. I, 1914. PAUL RENAU INGLES I i I hereby announce myself a candi date for nomination to the office of SHERIFF OF MARICOPA COUNTY -. Subject to the action-of the Democratic Primaries . JEFF D.-ADAMS CREIGHTON-SMITH MATRIMO NIAL James Miller Creighton, for mer building inspector for the city of Phoenix, and Nellie Smith, of- Bing hamtoh, N. Y., were united in mar riage on Wednesday evening. ON YAVAPAI RANCH B. W. Get singer and wife are enjoying-a stay on their Willow Creek ranch in Yava pai county. They are making , their vacation useful by superintending some changes in the arrangements on. -their valuable property. . ROTARY CLUB LUNCHEON The Phoenix Rotary club will hold - thej weekly luncheon at the American Kitchen, today at noon sharp. An Interesting program has' been pre pared and a large attendance o Ro tarians is expected. ' FOR THE LOWER HOUSE Guy Acocks yesterday filed his nomlna -tlon' petition bearing the required number of signatures to stand for the office of member of the lower house of representatives. Mr. Acocks is a democrat. , MINE CONGRESS CALL Secre tary J. F. Callbreath, of the Ameri can Mining Congress, has announced that he will prepare the official call for the session to be held in Phoe nix the week beginning December 7. The call will go out about Septem ber 1. . - . LAVIN'S LETTERS The Republi can's article on the "widow woman's" three homesteads has brought Jim Lavin fame and two letters, . One is. from Charles J. McElroy, now vaca tioning in California, and the other is from Mrs. Mathilda McCoy, of Chiricahua, who inquires about the possibilities of entry bv women. - HEARING TODAY The matter of the application for a permanent in junction restraining the secretary of state from placing the bounty divi sion bill on the ballot in November comes up for hearing this morning in superior court. It Is understood that advocates of the creation of Mi ami county will be present to contest the injunction. HAYDEN'S AID Learning that a proposition was up in the house to, finance cotton by allowing govern ment money on warehouse certifi cates, the board of trade ' yesterday wired Mr. Hayden asking - him to protect the interests of the Salt Riv er valley farmers. Twelve thousand ocres ot valley land will produce cotton this season. TWO WEEKS TO REGISTER The I?st call to register is out; there remain but two weeks in which to put in for that vote. Since the registration office has been open there has been a goodly- response both 'from the city and the provinces, but there yet remain a great number of citizens eligible to vote who have not yet added their names to the list. .'WOMAN DELEGATE Acting on the request of the woman's auxiliary department of the. American Roads Congress. Governor Hunt yesterday appointed Mrs. Eugene Brady O'Neill of Phoenix as one of the 'delegates from Arizona to the fourth American Road Congress, which meets at At lanta December 9-14. There will be three other delegates to the congress from . Arizona. . TO AVOID CAR SHORTAGE The corporation commission yesterday is sued an. order advising shippers and receivers of freight to load and re lease cars as expeditiously as possi ble, and when possible to load cars to capacity. The action was taken on account of the great need of care 'at the present time for moving crope; and in order to assist in accomplish ing the maximum efficiency in the movements of cars. ' NOMINATION PETITIONS FILED Wiley E. Jones yesterday filed his declaration of intention and nomina tion petitions for the office of - at torney general, subject to the deci sion of the democratic, primaries. A nomination petition favoring the can-, didacy of Thomas V. Rynnlng for state treasurer on the republican ticket was also filed with the secre tary of state. Rynning was -at one time captain of the Arizona rangers and for a number of years warden of the territorial prison. . i SUBSTANTIAL SAVING Through the new scheme of central buying of supplies, by ' the combined purchase for a number of school districts, a substantial saving has been effected. Hitherto the school districts of Mari copa had made purchases of supplies individually. Under the new proposi tion a number of districts combine in one large order which is advertised for bids from the local business hous es. The bids were opened Wednesday at the office 6f the county- school superintendent, and In that depart ment satisfaction Is expressed over the economy made by the 'transac tions. - 8UIT TO PERFECT TITLE Louis Melcze. has filed an action with the clerk of the superior court, against the unknown heirs of Peter Micha, deceased, to restrain them from fur ther claim upon property now in the possession of plaintiff. Melczer is owner in fee simple of lot No. 1 In hlock . 43, in the. city of Phoenix Plaintiff is informed and believes that during his lifetime Peter Micha made some claim to the premises in question.- Micha died in Phoenix In 1888, and. since that time certain heirs, unknown to plaintiff, have laid claim to the premises. Plaintiff asks for an order to restrain the defen dants from making any further claim FELONY CHARGE DISMISSED Max O'Keefe, charged before Judge Parker's court yesterday with de frauding labor, was discharged,' there not being sufficient evidence against the defendant to hold the case for the superior court. O'Keefe was charged as the employer of a number of men on building operations near the Camelback mountain. It was al leged that when O'Keefe's interest in the work ceased he did not pay his employes.- However, it was shown that O'Keefe was not directly re sponsible for the payment of wages to the employes on the job, and un der tho belief that out of prison the defendant would be in a better posi tion to square with the men, Judge Parker dismissed the case. : 0 . Fancy California spuds, 12 lbs for 25c.' Fancy California Onions, 7 lbs.-for-25c . . ARIZONA GROCERY CO , - 331 E. Washington, -.- , '' ."' (Advertisement) . bl SOME SUMMERING ARIZONIANS Franklin D. Lane is taking the "rest" holiday at Pine Top. M. P. White is returning to his home at 822 North Sixth avenue, from a vacation in Prescott. ' ' D. W. Davies, who has been en joying a vacation at the coast, is heading for Prescott for a cool-off. W. L. Carpenter, of the south side, is spending an Arizona vacation in Payson, where he will finish out the summer. ' Mrs. Wm. O'Brien, of Kelvin, is a visitor to this city. Her stay is in definite. She is located at 709 North Tenth street. Mrs. W. F. Sea.-geant, of 649 North Third avenue, will pass a short time in Flagstaff to take in the climatic Joys of Northern Arizona. Mrs. II. M. Lewis, of 43 West Mc Dowell road, this city, is leaving for Prescott, where she will pass the remainder of the summer. W. D. Dodenhoff, of 143 South Center street, will finish out the summer at Santa Monica, Cal., where his address will be 1642 Ocean ave nue. ' C. W. Peterson, who is an aspirant to the office, of supervisor, is leaving, with the family of A. Hunsaker, of Mesa, for . a camping . holiday in the pines around the Mile High city. Hiram Smith, an old time rancher of the valley, is returning from Ar mona, Cal., where he has been spend ing his . summer. vacation. Mr. Smith's ranch is near the experimen tal station, out on Grand avenue. A. R. Cheever, of 154 i West Jeffer son street, this city. Is a "stay-at-home". advocate. Uis choice is Pres cott, where he will spend the re mainder of the summor. No. 229 South Cortez street will find him. Among those who will swell the ranks of .the Phoenicians at : Long Beach are Commissioner Joseph Cope, - of 1602 West Washington street, who will register at the Neet apartments, at 106 Magnolia avenue, for the rest of the summer; and H. B. St. Claire, who will stay at the Keystone apartments. - MRS. WOODMAN BACK Mm Parker L. Woodman has returned from California where she has been spending her summer vacation, both at Pasadena and at the prominent beaches there. MURPHY MEETING GOOD The democratic candidates held a roundup at Murphy school house last night and proceeded to expound the reasons to democrats why they should be elected to the offices which each of them Keeks. The Murphy meeting has the reputa tion of being the last one of the pres ent schedule, as it. was also the best one yet held according to report. FUNERAL OF D- C BAUER The funeral-of D. C. Bauer, who died at the home of , his father-in-law, M. Isaacs, on the Christy road, on Wed nesduy night, will take place from the home this afternoon at 2 o'clock, under the direction of Moore and Me Lellan. Deceased was 31 years old and came from Nebraska to Arl rona about three years ago. He is survived bv. his faithful wife. ;ANOTHER HOLD-UP Following a visit paid to the home of Ed Wor cester on South Center street, last night, While she was proceeding to her home Mrs. O. A. Cane was at tacked by two Mexicans, one of whom grabbed her by the throa'. Mrs. Cane was carrying a bundle of magazines which she immediately threw In the face of the man who had grabbed her. - Such resistance being unexpected, . disconcerted the men, and they immediately left. ART RICK BACK Jo. Rickard9. better known as Art Rick, the well known local publicity man. returned fiom . California points yesterday morning where he went in the in terest of the Shrine reunion at the Grand Canyon. Mr. Richards had the time of his life and succeeded in showing the California newspaper men a thing or two in publicity stunts. As a result the reunion will receive much published notice from the California compendiums of daily Information, which will in turn ad vertise Arizona to the utmost. ACCIDENTALLY SHOT A ranch er by . the name of Love living half a mile -south of the Murphy school house 'is suffering with a bullet wound in his leg as a result of a bullet 'from a thirty-thirty rifle that came pinging on thiough the screen porch of his house, right into the precincts of his home and into his leg. The bullet penetrated the leg between the femoral artery and the femoral vein. For some time past Mr. Love has beeen annoyed by care less shooting in that section and a number of bullets have come in his direction. This is the first, however, that . has ever resulted in injury. STEAL CANDIDATES TOOLS Among the candidates that addressed the' voters in the Murphy district last night where Dick Erdmans and Maje Ivy candidates respectively for legis lator and . constable. After the speak ing had been concluded they both ap proached their respectiTe. automobiles expecting soon to bowl merrily home. Much to their surprise they found that some sneak thieves had visited the ma chines first. Erdmans had lost all his tools and his auto jack, while Ivey lost his tools. Erdmans it Is said made a speech outside the schoolhouse. that discounted considerably in general spice and 'pep' the speech he made on the interior of the building. :j. . o UNCLE SAM INSURANCE CO NEW YORK, Aug. 13. A resolution requesting the government establish a bureau of war risk insurance under the (lirectlon of the secretary of the treas ury', was unanimously adopted by the New York chamber of commerce today Straw Hats One Half Price High grade clothes re duced .one quarter McDougall and Cassou Friday and Saturday AUG. 14 AND 15 Your choice of any man's or woman's canvas low shoes $1.00 Pair Values $2.00 to $4.00 No dollar shoes exchanged Our "Clean-up Sale" closes Saturday night, Aug. 15, 1914. H. A. Diehl Shoe Go, 8 W. Washington St. Elvey & Hulett Quality Druggista Never Substitute O'Neil Building, N. W. Cer. Adame and First Avenue, Phoenix Phones 411 and 441 Brush Your Hair Big sale on Hair Brushes just now at our drug store One-third off on all hair brushes over 12.50. We have them all. See our big First avenue window it's brist ling with Bristle bargains. i HE COULD KNOT THE EQUATOR The class was at the moment en gaged in geography. That is to say, about thirty small boys sat in a state of utter boredom while a little man stood up In front of a map and made thin remarks through a ragged mus tache about unimportant facts. In these circumstances the unex pected entrance of the inspector was almost in the nature of a relief to the weary youngsters. " "Now, my little man," said the in spector in that patronizing tone really learned people always adopt when speaking to children, "can you tell me What the equator is?" I "Yes, sir," said Tommy Stiles, see ing that he was being addressed. "It is an imaginary line druwn round the world." . "Quite right, my little fellow. Now, let us see whether you really under stand what thaf means. Could you, do you think, tie a knot in the equator?" - "Yes. I could, sir!" "Could you, indeed?" answered the learned one in fine scorn. "And what sort of a knot, now?" "An imaginary kno't, sir." ' SATURDAY'S SPECIALS. . Choice Bellflower and Skinner's Seed ling Apples, 4 lbs. for 25c, per box $1.75. fVelchs Grape Juice, pts. 5c, 2 for 45c. Lily Milk. 3 for 25c. Grape Nuts, 2 for 25c. Hydro Pura, Large Size. 19c. Hundreds of others, see us. McKEE'S CASH STORE (Advertisement) bl Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. o GUNS for rent, plnney & Robin son. Advertisement. earn a fair profit and be se cure put it in a savings account in this bank. 4 per cent compounded semi-annually. Any experienced investor will tell you the iam thing. THE PHOENIX SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY HAIR GOODS FOR SALE Ladles' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing. Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair Dressing; Expert Chiropodists, all foot troubles removed. Moles and warta removed by electricity. SHIRLEY e SHIRLEY Phone 1704 . 31 Eait Adams Street Garden City Restaurant New Location 11-23 East Adami St. -111-!-, irvvyxixruxTLn-r Everything In Lumber Dalstead Lumber Co. Five Points -. - , m i i rirmnrxjuuuu 5 gala. Zerolene $2.85 6 gala. Vacuum Mobile Oils..3.50 5 pounds Arctic Cup Grease ...45 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. Drachma!) Shoe Co. 22 WEST ADAM8 ST. California Restaurant Under new management - Give us a trial I E. 8. WAKEIiLN CO. WHOLESALE GROCER Batter-Nut Bread Pure as the Drifted Snow Since 1881 Phoenix Bakery 7 W. Washington St. ANTHRACITE COAL FUEL OIL Best Lump Coal and Wood PHOENIX WOOD A COAL CO., South Third St. and Jackson St. Phone 1235 MACHINERY Machinery of all klndi aailt re built or repaired. Beet equipped shop In state. Only expert me chanics. Work guaranteed. OVERLAND AUTO COMPANY 326-328-330 N. Central Phoenix SngravingChmpany MAKE CUTS 8. HARRY 35 East Washington St. The Road to Prosperity Commences with the depositing of savings in our interest-paying department. The National Bank of Arizona "Old Alluring Promises of large profits generally prove promisee. If you want a good, safe invest ment where your money wi'l Hot Weather SPECIALS Roast Veal, Roast Pork, Roast Mutton, Chipped Beef, Boiled Ham, Pickl ed Lamb Tongue, Pickled Pig's Feet, Cooker Corn Beef. Tribolefs Market Opposite City Hall. 114 m Wash ington Street. Phones: O 788, 781. 5 P I SUMMER TOURIST P4TFQ To Atchison, Kan $ 65.00 Baltimore, Md 102.60 Boston, Mass 105.50 Chicago, 111 67.50 Colorado Springs, CoL 45.00 Council Bluffs, Iowa 55.00 Denver, Col 45.00 Duluth, Minn 7S.30 Kansas City, Mo 55.00 Leavenworth, Kan 55.00 Memphis, Tenn 65.00 Minneapolis. Minn. 70.70 Montreal, Quebec 10S.50 New Tork. N. Y 103.50 Omaha, Nebr. 55.00 Philadelphia, Pa, 103.50 Portland, Me 108.60 ! Pueblo, Col 45.00 I Quebec, P. Q 111.50 ,6t Joseph, Mo 55.00 St. Louis, Mo 65.00 St. Paul, Minn 70.70 Toronto, Ont 90.70 Washington, D. C. .. 102.50 Tickets on sale August 11, 12, (17, 18, 20, 21, 25, 25, 27, 28, 2V, Sept. I 4, 5. 9. 10, 11. Final Return Limit Three Montha From Date of Sale but Not to Ex ceed October 31st. Diverse Routes Liberal Stopovers Insist on Having your Tickets Routed via the E. P. and S. W. in connec tion with the GOLDEN STATE LIMITED Through Without Change To Kansas City Chicago St. Louie For Information regarding routes. Pullman reservations, etc., inquire of Agent, Arizona Eastern Railroad. Phoenix, Arizona, or Address GARNETT KING. Gen. Pass. A?L. El Paso. Tex. THAT PRINT ROBERTSON Phone 1709 Reliable"