THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1914
Lost and Found
LOST At Riverside park, Thursday,
circular brooch pin;, reward return to
r.i4 K. Roosevelt St. dl
LOST Raycycle bicycle, pacemaker
model, large hanger, No. 10858. email
handle bars, roller chain; return to 405
E. Madison; receive reward. tf
STOLEN' Cornell Bicycle No.
22-inch frame. Phone 8779.
LOST Ladies' gold closed faced
watch with ribbon initials "G. H.", be
tween Berryhills and New York Store,
Phoenix. Reward for return to J. J.
Hodnett's store, Tempe. dm
LOST Bunch keys; finder return to
Y. M. C. A, or Phone 503. dl
RING 414' for reliable messenger
LOST Between Tempe and Mesa;
ritual Loyal Order ot Moose; return
to Moose Lodge. tf
FOR SALE By reason of death of
Peter Nealis, I have for sale subject to
approval of court, his confectionery
business located at 38 N. 1 Ave. Must
sell at once. Apply to G. C. Miller,
above address. dm
store must be sold at once on ac
count of sickness; doing good busi
ness the year round. Address Box
0373 Republican. tf
The best stepping stone to success
in the business world. Expert and
personal Instruction by teacher of 25
years experience Evening classes be
gin September 1st. 3 lessons weekly.
Those who wish to begin with the
private class, see MRS. E. G. KET-
CHUM any evening at 1738 W. Mon
roe St. 2 blocks north of Capitol. 9d
MISS WILSON Public Stenograph
er, Notary Public. Will call for dicta
tion. 14 West Adams. Phone 1584. tf
AUTO TIME TABLE
FUSE'S AUTO STAGE LINE
414 for reliable
Professional and Business
NORFLEET AND CRONE, contract
drillers, Maricopa, Ariz.; drilling in
all its branches; water wells; air
boles for mines; prospect drilling;
estimates furnished; drilling any
place; any time. 9g
CHIROPODIST, corns removed, 50
cents each; bunions, moles, warts, etc.,
removed by electricity., 39 East Adams,
Frank Shirley. Phone 1704. tf
". P. LEE successor to Lee and
Plunkett 309 National Bank of Ari
zona Building, Accounting, Audit
Systematizing. Will open and close
Books of Account and make up
Analytical Statements and reports, tf
Undertaking and Embalming
EASTERLING & WHITNEY Un
dertakers and Embalmers. 213 West
Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona. tf
MOHN, DRISCOLL & MAUS Un
dertakers, Embalmers and Funeral Di
rectors, 311 N. 1st Ave. tf
UNDERTAKERS Moore & McLel
lan; lady assistant, auto hearse. 329
West Adams St., phone 601. tf
Leave Phoenix Leave Mesa
7.00 a. m. 7.00 a, m.
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Leave Mesa Leave Chandlet
8.00 a.m. 7.30 a, in.
10.00 " $.30 "
12.00 " 11.30 "
2.00 p. m. 1.30 p. m.
4.00 " $.30 "
$.00 " 6.30 "
Fike'a Auto Livery Phone 414
Every Office to Be Repre
sented in Great Confab
Tomorrow Afternoon at
Riverside Park Phoenix
as Summer Resort. ....
SANITARY hand fauindry, rough dry
35 doz.; each bundle washed separately,
ironing also. Phone 2876. tf
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
ARIZONA HERCULES COPPER
Notice is hereby given that the
Annual meeting of the Stockholders
of the ARIZONA HERCULES COP
PER COMPANY, will be held at the
office of J. M. Jamison, Fleming
Block, in the City of Phoenix, Ari
zona, on the 1st day of September,
1914, at the hour of 11:00 A. M., for
the purpose of electing a Board of
five Directors to serve during the
ensuing year and to transact such
other business as may properly come
before said meeting.
Dated: Los Angeles, Cal., Au
gust 14, 1914.
W. P. DUNHAM, President
E. G. THOMAS, Secretary.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF ARIZONA, IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
$10 REWARD for-the arrest and
conviction of anyone stealing the Ari
zona Republican from the front yards
of anv of our subscribers.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO.
2.'. East Adams; Overland 670. tf
AUTOS TO HIRE
Call for party of four for
Phone 696. J-dl
C. F. Lee, Successor to Lee &
Plunkett, 309. National Bank of Ari
zona Building, Accounting, Auditing,
Systematizing. Will open and Close
Books of Account and make up Analy
tical statements and reports. tf
PASTURES FOR RENT
WANTED Hcses to pasture,
well water, shade. Chas. R. Barnes,
Grand Canal and Ave. 17. Phone
Transfer and Storage
Lightning Delivery Co.
Pioneer Transfer Co.
ANY KIND OF HAULING
"Quick as a Flash'
42 South Central Ave.
Phones 594 and 1126
A. A. Betts, V. P.
LET YOUR MOVE BK OUR MOVE
CHAMBERS TRANSFER CO. PHONE
1228-427. .26 R. ' 2ND AVE. OPP
t'OCRT HOUSE. tf
.juyu'innnririrrrrrr- ' - - - -
WONDERFULLY RICH. PURE
VELVET ICE CREAM, order from us,
use phone. Sanichas. Phone 697. tf
In the Matter of the Estate of
GEORGE HENRY NEWSHOLME,
Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING
Notice is hereby given that Walter
Bennett, has filed in this Court cer
tain documents purporting to be the
last will and testament of George
Henry Newsholme and a codicil
thereto together with his petition
praying that said documents be ad
mitted to probate in this Court as the
last will and testament and codicil of
the said George Henry Newsholme
who, said petitioner .alleges, is de
ceased, and that letters of administra
tion with said will and codicil issue
thereon to said petitioner, and that
same will be heard on Saturday the
29th day of August A. D. 1914, at 9:30
o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at
the courtroom of said Court, in the
Court House, In the City of Phoenix,
County of Maricopa, State of Arizo'-
and all persons interested in said
estate are notified then and there to
appear and show cause, if any they
have, why the prayer of said petitioner
should not be granted.
Dated July 27th, 1914.
WM. E. THOMAS,
By W. S. WILSON,
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
RAY DEVELOPMENT COM
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual Meeting of the Stockholders of
the RAY DEVELOPMENT COM
PANY, will be held at the office of
J. M. Jamison, Fleming Block, in the
City of Phoenix, Arizona, on the 1st
day of September, 1914, at the hour
of 10:00 A. M., for the purpose of
electing a Board of three Directors
to serve during the ensuing year,
and to transact such other business
as mqy properly come before said
Dated: Los Angeles, Cal., August
W. P. DUNHAM. President
E. G. THOMAS, Secretary.
Every real estate office in Phoe
nix will have a delegation at River
side park on Wednesday afternoon
and a number of the offices will close
in order to let the entire force go
down to enjoy Real Estate Day by
"The Phoenix Ocean." . .
Possibly the big park down by the
river means more to the real estate
men than to any other branch of
business; at any rate they seem to
think so and have accepted the invi
tation of the management to attend
in force tomorrow and enjoy the hos
pitality offered them.
It will be a get together day for the
most boostiferous of ' all Phoenix
boosters. They will sieze the oppor
tunity to discuss ways and means of
making the coming season the great
est in the history of the valley, and
at the same time take an afternoon
off and get in the swim at Riverside.
"Phoenix as a summer resort is so
new that it still tastes sweet to us."
said bne big operator yesterday. "Only
a very,' very short time ago the sum
mer season was not only considered
a period of stagnation, but of abso
lute disintegration in the city. Ev
eryone who could left the city and
any number of business enterprises
closed for the season. For the past
two or three years conditions have
been improving and with the advent
of Riverside park we have a summer
resort of our own. Hundreds of fanir
ilies who would otherwise fuive left
Phoenix have staid here all summer,
others have stayed much later than
usual, with the result that every mer-
chant and business man in the city I
has benefitted financially and the
comfort and enjoyment of the city in
general has increased a thousandfold.
It means a lot to everybody and
especially to the men like myself who
are in the real estate business, and
that is why we are getting together
down there tomorrow. It is the big
gest talking point we have had in
years and we are not slow to realize
Tonight is amateur night at River
side and a large crop of talent is
promised. Fun galore will be on tap.
In addition to the amateurs. Musical
Johnson, the banjo and mandolin king,
will be at the park for this night
only. He is head and shoulders over
anything of his kind yet heard in
Phoenix and at Riverside he will give
an entirely new program. After the
amateurs are through in the theater
the second of the "Prize Rags" will
be held in the dancing pavilion. At
the movie theater "Pursued by a Li
oness." one of the most sensational
pictures ever shown in Phoenix and
which brought the crowd up standing
last night, will be repeated In addi
tion to the regular program of four
Thursday is "K. P. Day," as well as
the last half holiday of the summer
season. Five hundred K. P.s will at
tend, and in the evening there will
be a great carnival with a confetti
battle and masked ball. Prizes will
be given for the best costumes. It
will be a young Mardi Gras all by
itself and it is going to start some
thing that will become an annual hab
it in Phoenix.
New show at Empress tonight. Ad
v" '" " '"
Arizona Vegetable Growers
Announce That 300 Cars
Will Be Shipped to East
ern Markets Next Season
D. Ernest Randall, artist, cartoonist,
chalk talker at Empress this week
E OPPOSITION TO
NEW NODULES PLANT
Corporation Commission Hears Appli
cation of International Gas Com
pany Pro and Con
Hearing of the application of the In
ternational Gas company of Nogales
for permission to issue $360,000 worth
of bonds for the construction of a nfw
electric light plant and ice factory at
that point occupied most of the day
yesterday for the corporation commis
sion. Barry and Barry of Nogales appeared
before the commission on behalf of the
Nogales Light, Ice and Water com
pany, which is vigorously opposing the
granting of the application. Objection
was taken on the ground that there is
now one public utility company in, the
field, and that it i.s supplying the de
mand. n the other hand, the applicants,
through their lawyers, Armstrong and
Lewis, contend that the present ser
vice is inadequate and that the new
company will be equipped to supply
the demand in a way which is not
being done at present.
Judge Frank J. Duffy of Nogales,
formerly judge of the superior court
of Santa Cruz county represented the
city of Nogales at the hearing. Spiro
S. Proto of Nogales, president of the
company. Engineer Davidson of New
York and a number of witnesses ap
peared for the company.
Nestor Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc.
ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY CO.
3rd Ave, and Jackson "We Have the Stock" Phoenix
M I M a....
uouon rowers, Attention Buy vour cotton field
machinery at Kunz Bros. & Messinger and save money.
jjet us snow you.
ELECTRIC CARPET CLEANER
CARPETS CLEANED Telephone
733, Electric Carpet Cieanem. tf
D. D. HORNING
For Sale Lands in small or large
acreage, also city property.
INSURANCE AND LOANS
Office 411 West Monroe St.
Corner Fourth Ave. Phoenix
New show at Empress tonight-vertisement.
OPEN BIDS ON WALLACE
FEEDER TO THE WESTERN
The Salt River Valley will send
300 carloads of lettuce to eastern
markets next winter. This announce
ment was made at the first meeting
of the Arizona Vegetable Growers'
association final steps in the organ
ization of which were taken yesterday.
Approximately 300 acres have al
ready been signed up by Phoenix,
Glendale and Chandler growers for
the production of New York head
lettuce for the early eastern markets,
and it is to handle this crop, as well
as other vegetables that the new
organization has been formed. For
the coming season, it is probable that
only lettuce will be handled, although
there is a possibility that peas from
the Salt River valley may be intro
duced to eastern markets early next
spring. Plans for the future include
the promotion and encouragement of
"Arizona" asparagus, peas and fancy
lettuce, large quantities of which will
be shipped from here long before, the
snow has begun to melt in the east
ern part of the country.
Interest in lettuce growing has been
steadily growing since last season,
when three cars were shipped from
the valley, and with a one-hundred
per cent increase over last year's
acreage, already assured, prospects for
the early development of a large an
nual yield are considered excellent.
cogent argument for the growing
of the crisp vegetable that has un
doubtedly caused many growers to
ign up their land with the associa
tion, is the experience of J. S. Heard,
who last year cleared $300 an acre
from three .acres.
Three members from each of the
local associations at Phoenix, Glen
dale and Chandler comprise the cen-
ral association with headquarters in
this city. The officers and members
of the central organization are: Pres-
dent, W. B. Tatum, Glendale; secre
tary, F. C. McNabb, Phoenix; treas
urer, J. W. Lewis, Chandler. Mem
bers: John Schlalos, W. O. Ferris,
Glendale; C. H. Brown, J. W. Park-
hurst, Chandler: J. S. Heard, R.
Lowe, Phoenix. It is the intention of
the association to enlist the co
operation and interest of all grow
ers in the valley, any of whom are
considered eligible to membership.
Automobiles Oarages 'Accessories
WOMEN WILL HELP
MAKE ARIZONA LAWS
Legislature It Certain to
Be of the Fair Sex
E Acres alfalfa, new five room brick, near Center street
10 Acres planted to grape fruit, near car line.
20 Acres with cottage adjoining Glendale.
6 to 20 Acres alfalfa on car line.
40 Acres alfalfa at $150 per acre.
1.000 Acres fine fruit land close to Phoenix. ""
Will make prices that will sell.
Will discount price for one-half cash.
Phoenix Trust Co.
II 7ett Adams Street
There will be at least one woman
member of the next legislature, pos
sibly more. Just who the one lady
representative will be depends on the
voters of Apache county, where wom
an suffrage has produced a candi
date for house of representatives on
Mrs. Mary E. B. Farr is the only
candidate for nomination on the
progressive ticket for representative.
She will be opposed at the November
election by Mrs. Rachel Berry, who
will be the democratic nominee for
the same office and whose candidacy
is also unopposed. May W. Be.Ty.'of
Apache county, is also among the
woman candidates in Apache county,
having announced that she is a can
didate for the nomination for county
Navajo county is also provided
with a woman candidate for the le
gislature. She is Dr. Leonie von M.
Zesch (Mrs. E. C. Gregory), of Hol
New show at Empress tonight. Ad-
Bids were opened yesterday on one
of the most important construction
works attempted in a long time, the
Wallace feeder to the western canal.
Five contractors bid on the work and
the bid of S. J. Khoades of Phoenix
was lowest. He asked tli,l3''-- for
digging out three miles of ditch.
The Wallace feeder will lie between
the Pine and the Peck feeders and
will run straight out to the main feed
line to the Western. At present
there is a small ditch along the line
of the proposed big one, being used
now . as a lateral.
Others bidders were Grant Brothers,
George Tisdale, Martin and Gillis, and
D. O. Johnson.
at Empress tonight.-
FIRST INSTALLMENT OF
WAR DAILY NEWS HERE
BIG GOOD ROADS MEET
AT CALIENTE SHORTLY
Agua Caliente will be the scene of
the most important good roads meet
of the summer, when the boards of
supervisors and the boards of trade
of Phoenix and Yuma foregather half
way between the cities to talk over
the highway matter.
The acceptance of Phoenix' offer
by Yuma came by mail - yesterday
from the hand of Secretary L. W.
Alexander of Yuma chamber of com
merce. The date is September 19-20.
The first installment of the new
series of news pictorials known as
the. Pathe" Daily News will be shown
at the Lion theater. The advance
notes of the picture indicate that it
is full of pictures of the impending
rt.-uggle in Europe and thus is inter
estir.g and instructive. These reels
are to be shown each Tuesday and
Friday, onlv two releases a week hav
ing been contracieu ior ny manager
Leecraft. who is now on the coast.
Owing to a misunderstanding of dis
tances the reels that ought to have
been here lust week didn't come, SO
the first showing was postponed.
New show at Empress tonight.-
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF THE PHOENIX HARD
KNOW ALL MEN, BY THESE
That we, J. B. Long and J. W
Long, of Maricopa County, Arizona,
desiring to incorporate ourselves and
become incorporated under the pro
visions of the .laws of the Territory
of Arizona, for the purpose of en
gaging in the lawful enterprises, busi
ness and occupation hereinafter spe
cifled. do make adopt, sign and ac
knowledge according to law these Ar
tides of Incorporation.
Tle names of the incorporators are
J. B. Long and J. W. Long.
The name adopted by this corpora
tion and by which it shall be known
in all of its affairs Is the
"PHOENIX HARDWARE CO."
and its principal place of transacting
business is and shall be the City of
Phoenix, in the County and Territory
aforesaid, but it shall have the right
to transact its business in such other
place or places In said Territory
as the Board of Directors may here
after from time to time designate.
The general nature of the business
proposed to be transacted by this
AUTOMOBILES Everything for the
automobile carried in stock.
FIRST AND VAN BUREN STREETS
VULCANIZING OF ALL KINDS DONEJPRQMPT
LY. WORK GUARANTEED. OUT OF TOWN
210 West Washington St
Overland Phone 628
W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agents
Garage and Salesrooms
ni.T Xoi-tli Central Avenue. Phone 14o0
The Standardized Car. Chase Motor
Trucks. COLE MOTOR COMPANY.
General Repair Work.
4th and Washington Sts. , Phone 1228
MOTOR CARS. W.A. Horrell
521 N. Central. Phone 1223
Expert Service- Men
AUTO SUPPLY CO.
U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE
Everything But the Auto
517 N. Central Ave. Phone 1071
CASE PACKARD McARTHUR BROS
321 N. CENTER STREET
110 X. Central Ave.
M. L. BUCKLEY, JR.
THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET
GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Arizona
Corner Second and Adams Streets
corporation and in which it is to en
gage is that of doing a general hard
ware and implement business, buying
and selling all kinds of merchandise
and real and personal property of
every kind and character and descrip
tion; borrowing money and contract
ing to pay the same at such time or
times and at such rate of interest as
ts Board of Directors may deem ad
visable, and to secure the payment
of the same by mortgage, pledge, or
otherwise, on any or all of the prop
erty of the corporation; and to trans
act any and all kinds of business
that may be transacted by a natural
The amount of the capital stock
authorized by this corporation is
Fiftv Thousand Dollars ($50,000). It
shall be divided into five hundred
(500) shares and the par value of
each share shall be One Hundred
Dollars ($100). The times when and
the conditions upon which it shall
be paid are as follows: The whole
thereof within thirty (30) days after
the same has been subscribed for,
provided that the Board of Directors
of said Company may accept mer
chantable hardware at such prices as
they may deem proper in part or full
payment for any subscription to the
stock of this corporation.
The time of the commencement of
this corporation shall be the 19th day
of March, 190", and it shall endure
for a period of twenty-five (25) years
thereafter. And said corporation
shall commence the transaction of the
business for which it is incorporated
as soon as ten per cent of the capital
stock has been subscribed for.
The affairs of this corporation shall
be conducted by a Board of Directors
consisting of three stockholders who
shall be elected annually by the stock
holders from among their number at
the annual election thereof to be held
in the office of the Company at
Phoenix,-Arizona, on the first Tues
day in November in each year here
after at the' hour of 10 o'clock A. M.;
and until the first annual meeting oi
said stockholders, the following nam
ed persons whe are subscribers to
the capital stock of this corporation
shall constitute the Board of Direc
tors, namely: J. B. Long, J. W. Long
and M. West
The officers of this Corporation
shall be a President, Secretary and
Treasurer, and such other officers as
may be provided for by the by-laws.
The President shall be elected by the
Board of Directors from among their
number annually immediately after
the annual meeting of the stockhold
ers. The other officers shall be elect
ed by the Board at such time and
place as they shall designate, . but
such other officers need not be mem
bers of the Board of Directors.
The Directors and officers, of this
corporation shall hold their respective
offices for one year from the date of
their election and until their success
ors are elected and qualified unless
such director or officer shall cease to
be a stockholder in the corporation,
and in any such case such director or
officer shall cease to be a director
or officer in the corporation from
the date he ceased to be a stockholder
therein; provided, that all officers
who are appointed by the Board may
be removea by them at their pleasure.
Ford Motor Car
5-Passenger, $565. Runabout, $515
EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent
308-310 E. Adams St.
Maricopa County Agent for Hendrle
Electric Gear Shift
GEO. W. CAMPBELL
IS' Wall Street
UllflcAnft A. OSCAR IRVIN, AGENT
nUUbOnO-4U Garage 229 E. Adams St.
$1700.00 F. O. B. PHOENIX
Phone 539 or 596
Arizona Auto Company, 308 North Cen
tral Avenue. Phone 1241. State agents
for Moreland and "Little Giant'' Motor
More Mileage, More Speed,
More Power, Guaranteed
309-315 North Central Avenue.
The Car you ought to buy
Gates & Tremaine
221 North First Street
Best Equipped Machine Shop in Southwest
Complete Stock of Accessories
OVERLAND AUTO CO.
Phone 686 326 N. Central Ave.
Repaired and Rebuilt. We repair lamps, wind
shields and fenders. We also replace glasses
in windshields and lamps, and do coppersmith
work. 233 North Center St.
108-110 N. Second Ave.
Storage, Repairs and Gen
eral Machine Work. Work
Pleasure Cars and Commercial Trucks
Service Station 326-28-30 N. Central. Phone 686
M. L. NAQUIN, Distributors
All vacancies in the Board of .Direc
tors or officers of this corporation
shall be filled for the remaiher of the
term by the remaining members of
the Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors of this cor
poration shall have' the power to es
tablish by-laws and make all rules
and regulations deemed advisable for
the management of the affairs of this
corporation and its officers not in
consistent with law. The majority of
such Directors shall constitute a
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability, direct or contingent, to
which this corporation is at any time
to be subject or subject itself is
Thirty-two Thousand Dollars ($32,
000). ARTICLE IX.
The stockholders of this corporation
and their private property shall be
ex-empt from the corporate debts of
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have
hereunto set our hands and seals this
19th day of March, 1907.
J. B. LONG.
3. W. LONG.
Territory of Arizona, County of
Before me, W. J. Kingsbury, a No
tary Public in and for the County
of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona, on
this day personally appeared J. B.
Long and J. W. Long, known to me
to be the persons whose names ere
subscribed to the foregoing instru
ment, and acknowledged to me that
they executed the same for the pur
pose and consideration therein ex
pressed. Given under my hand and seal of
office this 19th day of March, A. l,
W. J. KINGSBURY,
My Commission expires April 21.
Territory of Arizona, County of
I, C. F. Leonard, County Recorder
in and for the County and Territory
aforesaid, hereby certify tnat 1 have
compared the foregoing copy with the
original Articles ot Incorporation ot
the "Phoenix Hardware Company"
filed and recorded :n my office on the
19th day of March, 1907, in Book No.
of Incorporations,, nt Page , and
that the same is a full, true and correct
copy of such original and Of the
Witness my hand and seal of office,
this 19th day of March, 1907.
(SEAL) C. F. LEONARD, .
By V. L. VAUGHN, Deputy.
Filed in the office of the Territo
rial Auditor of the Territory of Ari
zona this 19th day of Mavch, A. D.
1907, at 2 P. M., at request of Phoe
nix Hardware Company, whose post
office address is Phoenix, Arizona.
JOHN H. PAGE,
Territorial , Auditor.
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