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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, 191i Have Your Eyes Examined Glasess fitted and lenses ground all in our establish ment. SWIGERT BROS. I 9 East Adam St, DR. D. D. NORTHRUP Optometrist Rooms Papered or calclmlned 14 and up. We carry our own stock. CAVILEER & CO. The Decorators 108 East Adams. Pnone 1821 SALT RIVER VALLEY MONU MENTAL WORKS V. E. Lindsay, Pro. 409 West Washington 8t Arizona Granite as wall u all other granite used. Phone 132 S for prices BENNETT LUMBER COMPANY Everything In Lumber AUTOMOBILE III TABLE GLOBE-PHOENIX STAGE Quicker and cheaper than train fare. Globe, HE; $25 round trip. Leaves daily at 8 a. m.; arrives Rousevelt 2 p. m.; Globe and Miami, 4:30 p. m. Passengers collected from eny part of the city. Tickets at Adams and Ford Hotels and Shaw's Smoke House, W. A. Hill. Prop.. 28 N. Second At REDEW1LL MUSIC CO. Established in 1M1 224 Wast Washington St. INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED Pianos Rebuilt and Refinishad TOM & SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Regular Meals, 35 Cents Short Orders All Night 26 North Center, Phoenix 1 Lodge Notice LOTAL ORDER OF MOOSE Phoenix Lodge, No. 70S: Meetings every Tuesday, Moose Home 23 S. Center. Visit ing brothers Invited. George X. MacBean, Dictator; Walter R, Van Tyne. Secretary. WANTED Every man to know that "J. & J." shav ing cream gives the velvet sha,ve. It really does soften the stiffest 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 Is on it or that It 1" lone by one of the firms below who re entitled to Die It ARIZONA REPUBLICAN ARIZONA GAZETTE ARIZONA 8TATE PREM CAPITOL PRINTING CO. MESA TRIBUNE MORRIS PRINTING CO, ft. A. W ATKINS PRINTING CO. SOCIALIST BULLETIN THE QUALITY PREM (Signed) Label Commutes For Picture Framing go to BALKE'S The Big Curio on Aduni Street STORED WATER SUPPLY Water service department report for August 15: Elevation of water in reservoir feet 117.20 Contents of reservoir, acre feet 183,746 Loss preceding 24 hours, acre feet 1,!36 Normal flow of Salt and Verde rivers at Granite Reef dam. M. 1 29,480 Amount of water used for irri gation, north side, M. 1 42,470 Amount of water used for irri gation, south, side, M. 1 29,745 LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY 6 a. m. 6 p. m. Temperature, degrees ....80 103 Sensible temperature 68 72 Humidity per tent 51 21 Wind direction E .'V Wind velocity, miles 6 4 Rainfall 0 0 Weather Clear Cldy Highest temperature 106 Lowest temperature 77 Mean relative humidity 36 Total rainfall 0 Excess in temperature yesterday 3 degrees. Excess in temperature since first of month, 18 degrees. Accumulated excess in temperature since January 1, 329 degiees. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .03 inch. Deficiency in rainfall since first of month, .50 inch. Accumulated deficiency in rainfall since January 1, 2.21 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 20c Butter, dairy 25c Cheese 12c Hens, doz J6.00 to $7.00 Chickens, doz $5.00 to $6.00 o PRESCOTT WEEK END Project Manager Fitch went to Prescott last night to spend the week end with his family, now domiciled in a cottage among the Salt River valley colo nists at the Mile High city. MASTER CARBURETOR AGAIN Percy F. Barnes, who won the twenty-five mile auto track race at Savannah recently, used a Maste carburetor. The information was conveyed to the Southwestern Car buretor in this city yesterday. o BATHING SUITS. Pinney & Ro binson. (Advertisement.) 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. 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 Graduate of Maricopa County Schools and Tempe Noimal. Ten years a teacher ORRIN L. STANDAGE Candidate for County School Su perintendent. Democratic primary Sept. 8. W. H. WILKY Candidate for Sheriff of Maricopa County Subject to democratic primaries, September 8, 1914. 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 i i ..... Of Local Interest i . i .. i i OFF TO PRESCOTT Judge Hen ry D. Ross, of the supreme court, left last evening fo.- a short stay in the Mile High city. GOV. HUNT TO FLORENCE Governor Hunt left yesterday for Florence to attend a meeting of the parole board at the prison. MORE FORDS COMING Ed Ru dolph, manager of the Ford garage, left last evening for the coast, on business in connection with the Ford agency here. OFF TO OREGON Sid Henry, of the United States Land, Title and .Legacy company, left last evening for Salem, Ore., to look after inter ests there. ON VACATION Miss Stella Bene nato, stenographer in the office of the state tax commission left last evening for a vacation at Los An geles and coast points. "UP A MILE" W. J. Doyle, of Davenport, Iowa, accompanied by C. W. Comstock and J. A. Moore, of this vity, left early this morning for a week's stay at Prescott, where Mrs. Doyle and her mothev, Mrs. C. W. Comstock. are spending the summer. ASSAULT CASE HELD OVER In the case of Dominic Fiori. before Judge Parker yesterday on a charge of assault with a knife, the charge was preferred and defendant was held to answer to the superior court, lond being fixed in the sum of $300. NEW ARIZONIAN Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fricke, who live on the Tempe road are celebrating the arrival at their home of a handsome son, the first child of their marriage. Both mother and son are doing well, and father wears the smile that won't come off. M. W. A. INITIATION A new de gree team is being organized by the Modern Woodmen of America in Phoenix to conduct the initiation on August 26 next. The coming fall's work promises to be unusually in teresting. All members are expected to attend the next two meetings of the lodge. MATRIMON1A L Ma rriage licenses were issued yesterday from the of fice of the clerk of the superior court, to James Blade Maris, and Alice Newham, both of Maricopa; Nimmy Lee White, of Maricopa, and Alice Adis Gray, of Graham county: and to Eliss Quintanores and Con cepcion Perez, both of Maricopa. RETIRED FROM THE RACE Walter P. Card, who was one of the candidates for the democratic nom ination for sheriff, announces his re tirement from the contest. Mv. Card had received splendid encourage ment but l.o finally decided that his cotton business and his cattle inter ests required his attention. He states, however, that he will be in the race in 1916. SECOND BAPTIST CONCERT A musical concert will be conducted at the Second Baptist chunfi on Mon day at 8:30. the proceeds of which will go toward defraying the expenses of some of the church activities. The quartet of J. X. Robinson will be on hand a.n3 assist in the even ing's entertainment. The colored barbers of the city have interested themselves in the concert and a most enjoyable time is expected. BEANE BACK FROM NORTH F. A. Beane. advertising manage.- for the Dorris Heyman Furniture com pany, and a prominent member of the Phoenix Ad club, returned yes terday after a fine trip in his Ford to the north of the state. Mr. Beane visited every place of note in "vaca tion land," paying special attention to the delights of the Grand Canyon, Flagstaff and Prescott. He repo.ts good roads and no trouble touring. 13 MORE NOMINATIONS Thir teen nomination petitions for candi dacy of office subject to the primary elections in September, were filed yesterday with the cle.-k of the board of supervisors. The petitions include those of Roger (. Laveen, democrat, for central committeeman for the Laveen precinct: Roy Mor rr 1!, democrat, for constable, of the West Phoenix justice precinct: James N. Black, socialist, for constable for the Chandler p.'ecinct: H. A. Davis, democrat, for state senator: W. H. Wilkey, democrat, for sheriff: S. J. Reach, democrat, for committeeman of the Isaac precinct: Henry A. Por terie. progressive, for precinct com mitteeman; Dick Erdman, democrat, tor member of the house of repre sentatives; E. X. Larmour. socialist, tor justice of the peace for the Chandler precinct: A. B. Nichols, democrat, for committeeman of pre cinct No. 8: Neri F. Osborn, demo crat, for committeeman of P.'ecinct No. 8, and J. A. Bates, democrat, for constable of the Osborn precinct. o TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE Coming 3-year-old stud colt; large handsome bay; standard and registered; dam has record of 2:14'. Call at 414 West Jefferson. br FOR RENT Two- and 3-room housekeeping apartments, and pri vate bath. 414 West Jefferson. br This is the time of the year you apm-eciate a delightful Soap for the Toilet. We offer you .tSAPRQSiV! fMmiTOUFTO s Phone us for it. The Busy Drug Store The San-Tox Store 550 Phone 660 SOME SUMMERING f ARIZONIANS I Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Irvine will leave this morning for Iron Springs where they will pass the coming fortnight. Miss Isabella Irvine has returned from a week's stay in Pres cott where she was the guest of Miss Zelda Crabb. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Daykin, Miss Dorothy Daykin and Ralph Daykin left Saturday evening for the coast. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Sterling and daughter Miss Elizabeth Sterl ing have returned from a month's absence in La Jolla. Mrs. F. M. Avery has just returned from a ttip to the coast having been gone three months in which time she visited her sister at Long Beach, and was accompanied by her to many points of interest along the coast. Mrs. Avery likes the Golden state but likes Phoenix better and says she is glad to he back in Arizona. Mrs. B. H. Scudder of Glendalc, Arizona, is leaving for Palo Alto, California, to spend the remainder of this summer and the fall. The Scudder family will attend Stanford University. Walter A. Wilson of the superior court clerk's office, who was va- rationinz in Medford. North Dakota, is now located in Forest Hill, Mary land. Mrs. Fred Cooley is summering in Cleveland, Ohio. R. Reynolds, has returned from Pleasant Hill. 111., where he has been for some time. Mr. Reynolds is a nrosneroua Phoenix rancher and has a fine ranch on Rural Route 4. W. L. Joyce of Morenci, Arizona, is of I! ajgain. This, time he is bound fir nmviT Colo., his address there being 1010 East Thirteenth avenue. Jack Tharpe. proprietor of Tharpe s Cleanatorium of this city, is in La Mesa, California, a suburban town of San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Hanny are spend ing some tim in Santa Monica, Cal. V. D. Sanders of 814 North Sec ond avenue, this city, is leaving for the coast. He will spend his vaca tion in San Diego and at the Los Angeles beaches. E. A Marshall has gone to Iron Spiings Arizona. A. Starkweather, a prosperous rancher on Grand avenue near the state fair grounds, has left for Dos Cabezos, Arizona, for the. summer. I. V. Stewart of Tempe, is now at Mayer, Arizona. Harry C. Thomas has returned from a vacation at Agua. Caliente. Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Morris have returned from Prescott. after a splendid overland trip by automobile. Mr. Norris is preparing to leave shortly for Atlantic City, New Jer sey, to attend the Grand Lodge of the Odd Fellows. The four "Misses" are off for two weeks' good time. Misses Birdie Fowler, Selma Geyler. Irene Sidell and Myrtle Kilpatrick left last night for Prescott, Arizona. The outing of two weeks will include swimming, horse back riding and picnics. Some of the young ladies who cannot swim will be taught to do so by Misses Sidell and Geyler who are both Riverside mermaids. AVilliam H. Tobin, one of the at taches of Frank Connelley's Center street Kuffetl, left last night to take a vacation. He is to be gone one month and will visit all over the east stopping at Fort Worth, St. Louis, and the large cities. Mr. Tobin's friends are responsible for the report that he is seeking his better half in the east and believes himself uble to locate her. H. W. Daykin of 422 North Seventh avenue, this city, is leaving for hts vacation period, which will cover some time. Mr. Daykin will stop principally at La Jolla, Calif. W. R. Palmer of 1710 East Mon roe street, has just returned from Carbondale, 111., where he spent his vacation which lasted over a month. Chester D. Reed has returned from the Garden of Allah and is now at his home. 804 North Fourth avenue. Rev Chas H Dams has returned from Long Beach Calif., where he vacation, and is now at home iu Tempe. C. B. Sterling, returning from La Jolla, California, shortly, will be at home', 610 North Second street. Mr and Mrs. Chas. J. MeElroy of the Greene and Griffin Co., return ing home from Los Angeles and San Diego and the Pacific beaches, where thev have had a good time, will re at home at 504 East Roosevelt street. Mrs. O. L. Standage is leaving Flagstaff for Prescott where the rest of her vacation will be spent. Dr. J. M. Swetnam is leaving for Pine Top, Arizona, to spend his summer outing. Dr. A. H. Williams will go to Iron Springs, Arizona, to summer for a while. A. L. Stoufter is now located at Boise, Idaho. C. C. Martin, a prosperous ranch owner living on rural route six, is ! leaving for Lascassas, Tennessee, where he will spend what is left of the summer months. A. H Fritz. 1303 West Monroe street, goes to Wlckenburg, Arizona, today. Mrs. William Graff, wife of Wil lium flritff llvinir on the ChristV road, will go to Huntington Park, California, for the summer. P. M .Tewett who has been sum mering all over the Pacific coast, has been relocated at Hebron. Calif. F. W. Hatch of Hayden, Arizona, is vacationing at Prescott. J. M. Barker is leaving for Pres cott with the intention of spending the summer. His address there will be 611 South Montezuma street. S. M. Morse of this city, who has been away up in the mountains in Ruth, Nevada, away from civiliza tion, has been heard from. Mr. Morse was leaving Ely, Nevada, for an eastern trip to Newark, O. His address there will be 377 Hudson avenue. Miss Ethel Powell is leaving for Los Angeles, Calif. She will remain on the coast Indefinitely. GUNS for rent. Pinney & Robin Ufye Nettleton A Gentleman's Shoe H. A. Diehl Shoe Company Exclusive Agents Elvey & Hulett Quality Druggist Never Substitute O'Neil Building, N. W. Cor. Adama 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 $2.50. We have them all. See our big First avenue window it's bilst ling with Bristle bargains. ORIGIN OF TERM CHAUTAUQUA The word Chautauqua has an inter esting history. Long ago, when the ancestors of the Senecas came to the margin of this beautiful lake, after a successful hunt, they camped upon its borders lor the night. A sudden storm arose. The waves became so high that their camp was jeopardized, and in the confusion a little child was swept away beyond their reach and lost in the lake. Thereafter the lake was known as Chauddaukwa (the place where the child was carried away) now Anglicized into its present form Chau tauqua. From the lola Register. GRAIN ACREAGE IN SPAIN The wheat acreage in 1913 through out Spain showed a slight decrease, with the production somewhat in ex cess of that of 1912. The same is true of barley and corn (maize), while slight increases in acreage are noted with respect to rye and oats. 0 FOUND SMALL PURSE The police found a small gray leather purse con taining a dollar, a door key and some small change. The find was made yes terday evening. There is nothing about the purse that would lead to its iden tification except by the owner. HEARING CONTINUED The hear ing of the application of the Arizona Hydraulic Power company for per mission to issue $2,000,000 worth of bonds was held yesterday before the corporation commission, and has been continued pending the submission of additional data by the company. The corporation which owns and operates the Fossil creek power plant, contem plates the construction of a large plant on the upper Verde river. CHECK ARTISTS COMING THIS WAY According to reliable informa tion received in Phoenix recently a number of exceptionally expert check artists are headed this way from the east where they have been operating for some time, but from whence they have eluded the officers sent after them. The destination of the men was revealed by a pal under arrest. They intend, it is said, to come to Arizona for climatic reasons both of the expert forgers being tubercular. It is stated that the merchants and business men of Phoenix are more likely to be the victims of the work of these fellows than anyone else. and extra precaution Is suggested. Adventures of Kathlyn Get this wonderful Book only 50c The Berrjhill Company P. J. RITCHIE DENTIST Phona 110Z 11 West Adama Sits--- Those Kodak Pictures Are best developed where conditions and ap pliances are right. Time or instantaneous ex posures will give better results if handled by a man experienced in such work. We are specially prepared to handle your developing and printing during the hot weather. How About Prints? Any number, and in any tint or finish. Per haps those pictures you have taken may look best in sepia. Mountain scenery, desert or river views are our specialties come in and let us help you in your work, J. M. McCulloch Commercial Photographer 15 E. Adams St. HAIR GOODS FOR SALE Ladles' Toiiet .Parlor, Shampooing. Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair Dressing; Expert Chiropodists, all foot troubles removed. Molea and warts removed by electricity. SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY Phone 1704 31 East Adams Street Jbja1M9UMVMIaMMMMVMaWAAAffcM 1 m a ! Garden City Restaurant Hew Location 21-23 East Adami Bt. gals. Zerolene $2.85 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. Dractiman Shoe Co. 22 WEST ADAMS ST. California Reataurant Under new management. ' Give us a trial! k..... .. . n E. S. WAKELIN CO. WHOLESALE GR0CER8 lwjw-wrrrhnniiv'V'yvii i -i-i"r""-,f UMMVWWMtMWWMMWWWMMrMAAAAAAMMAA Batter-Nut Bread Pure as the Drifted Snow Since 1881 Phoenix Bakery 7 W. Washington St. Have the Republican sent to your Summer Address Circulation The Arizona Republican Phoenix, The Road to Prosperity Commences with the depositing of savings in our interest-paying department. The National Bank of Arizona "Old Reliable" ?' yii 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- ANTHRACITE COAL FUEL OIL Best Lump Coal and Wood PHOENIX WOOD & COAL CO., South Third St. and Jackson St. Phone 1233 Most Sanitary and the cleanest cleaning estab lishment of its kind in Phoenix. Skilled workmen in all branches. Prompt Service Work delivered when promised satisfaction guaranteed. Panama and felt hats cleaned and blocked. Buttons covered. Suits sponged and pressed while you wait. GIVE US A TRIAL Phone 176S Service Gleaning Works 225 W. Adams St. Orposite Board of Trade Bldg. MACHINERY Machinery of all kinds I1L re built or repaired. Best equipped bop In state. Only expert me chanics. Work guaranteed. OVERLAND AUTO COMPANY 326-S28-SS0 N. 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