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THE 'ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, ... WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 1914
Have Your Eyes Examined
Glasses fitted and lenses
ground all in our establish
ment. SWIGERT BROS.
9 East Adams St.
DR. D. D. NORTHRUP
Optometerist
Rooms Papered or calcimined, $4
! and up. We carry our own stock.
CAVILEER & CO.
The Decorators
108 East Adams. Phone 1829
SALT RIVER VALLEY MONU
MENTAL WORKS
V. E. Lindsay, Prop.
409 West Washington St.
Arizona granite as well as all
other granite used.
Phone 1323 for prices
so
BENNETT t LUMBER
COMPANY
Everything ' In Lumber
AUTOMOBILE TIME 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. 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.
REDEWILL MUSIC CO.
Established in 1881 .
224 ' West Washington St.
INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED
Pianos Rebuilt and Refinished
TOM & SING'S
AMERICAN KITCHEN
Regular Mpals, . 35 .Cents.
Short Orders All Night.
26 North' Center, Phoenix
Lodge Notices
LOTAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Phoenix Lodge, No.
708; Meetings every
Tuesday, Moose Home
, 28 S. Center. Visit T
I ing brothers invited.
George N. MacBean,
Dictator; Walter R.
Van Tyne. Secretary.
SHAVE
AT HOME
and enjoy the easiest,
r quickest, cleanest, best
shaves you can get. We
have everything for the
shaver.
MOTORCVCLC DUMMY- 1ST. AUC&AMnS
WHEN YOU HAVE ANY
DONE SEE THAT THIS
Is on it or that it Is done by
one ' of - the firms below, who
are ' enflfled, touso It:
ARIZONA; REPUBLICAN
ARIZONA GAZETTE
ARIZONA STATE PRESS -CAPITOL
PRINTING CO.
MESA TRIBUNE
WATKINS PRINTING CO.
SOCIALIST BULLETIN
THE QUALITY PRESS
(Signed Label Committee
Eti fH
PR
ilTlilG
For Picture Framing
go to
BALKE'S
The Big Curio on Adams
Street
Of Local Interest
STORED WATER SUPPLY
Water service report for Aug. 25.
Elevation of water in reservoir, '
feet ' ...I 116.00
Contents of reservoir, acre feet . 177,652
Gain preceding 24 hours, acre
feet ., 1,154
Normal flow of Salt and Verde .
rivers at Granite Reef dam,
M. I 77,480
Normal flow water for lands ' '
' un to year -., .Excess
Amount of water used for irri
gation, north side, Jf. 1 33,730
Amount of water used for irri
gation, south side, M, I. . .'. . 21,040
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LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
6 a. m. 6 p. m.
Temperature, degrees 79 100
Sensible- temperature 66 70
Humidity, per cent 50 21
Wind direction E ' ' W
Wind velocity, miles 5 6
Rainfall 0 ... 0
Weather Clea" Clear
Highest temperature 100
Lowest temperature 77
Mean relative humidity 35
Total rainfall ft
Excess in temperature yesterday, i
degree.
Excess in temperature since first
of month, 16 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since January 1, 328 degrees.
Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .03
inch.
Deficiency in rainfall since first of
month, .79 inch.
Accumulated deficiency in rainfall
since January 1, 2.50 inches.
' Data for Tucson
Highest temperature yesterday ...96
Rainfall- yesterday ........ .... 0
ROBERT ,E. BRIGGS,
. ., Section Director.
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BACK FROM THE NORTH G. H.
Bolin, state mine inspector, returned
yesterday from a trip through the
northern part of the state.
MATRIMONIAL Marriage licenses
were issued yesterday to Ernest Had
lock and Xora Allen, both of Maricopa
county; and to Alfred H. Bell and El
len Harris, both Maricopians.
MRS. BROWN VISITS Mrs. Anna
V. Brown, who ,spent a year " in
Phoenix several years ago, is stop
ping over on her way to California
with - he.- brother, Dr. C. A'. Van dor
Veer of 607 North Third avenue.
RAILROAD MEN HERE R. R.
Seeds, representing the El Paso Rock
Island system, and E. G. Mustain qf
the " Tucson office of the El Paso
Southwestern system, were visitors to
the city yesterday.
HANDSOME DAUGHTER A
handsome daughter" made her. ap
pearance at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Ross, 346 West Monroe
street yesterday. The little girl came
with the first rays of sunshine of the
day, and s.he is already proving a
perfect ray of- sunshmein the happy
home. 1
WINSLOW TO HAVE GAS The
Winslow Gas company was yesterday
grantd permission to sell stock to the
amount of $60,000 for the construction
of a gas plant at Winslow, application
to that effect having been made last
week to the corporation commission.
Work on ibe new plant Is to begin im
mediately. GRANTED APPLICATION The
corporation commission yesterday
granted the application of the Phoenix
Railway company for permission to ex.
tend the Brill line to Sheridan street in
Syndicate place. The commission's
order requires the company to con
struct and maintain a standard pave
ment on and beside its tracks when
ever any of the streets used are paved.
NEW MINING VENTURE Articles
incornoratine '.Las .'Animas Peak Gold
Mine company 'were filed with the
county recorder yesterday. The com
pany has a' capital stock of one million
dollars which is to be put out in a
million shares each of the par value of
$U and will transact a general mining
business in all its branches. The in
corporators, H. R'. Daggs and W. E.
Mulligan are Phoenix business men.
LOWER RATES . ORDERED The
corporation commission yesterday
rendered an opinion in the complaint
of 'Sam F. Webb et al. vs. the Mountain
States Telephone and Telegraph com
pany, directing the company to submit
to the commission a plan of proposed
rates which will put subscribers at
Meridian on practically the same basis
as to charges as before the Consoli
dated and Overland Telephone com
panies were taken over by the Moun
tain States aompany. The company
is given until September 15 - within
which to submit the new schedule of
rates to the commission.
LAVIN IS LOOSE James P. Lav
in of the U. S. land office would no
more look at a piece of work this
morning than he would fly. Because
a local bank phoned Mr. Lavln yes
terday that a considerable sum of
money had been deposited there to
his credit the result of the sale of
some valuable timber lands in the
state of . Washington. Lavin left the
lfind office on the leap. He gathered
in his collar and tie, and made the
hank corner in four goodly bounds.
When he greeted the smiling cashier
rumor says he still carried the
said collar and tie in his hands.: He
immediately took advantage of leave
of absence until September 30.
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RETAIL GROCERS
Retail Grocers of phoenix will meet
at Board of Trade 8 P. M., Friday, to
discuss organization- of a Retail Gro
cers Association. All retail grocers' are
urged to be present. Advertisement.;
. - dn
i to
, NOW IS THE TIME The Electric
carpet Cleaners. Phone ' 733. Adver
STATE FAIR PREMIUM
LIST . IS OFF PRESS
Booklet of 156 Pages Full of Valua
ble . Information Well
Illustrated
. x 1119. premium ubi lur luc lentil i
T 1 . : .. . r . .. ,".... 1-'
Annual Arizona Fair is just issuing 1
from-'.' The ' Republican job print
rooms, and it is a model of neatness
and - attractiveness, containing a
eritable budget of information about
the great annual event in which all
Arizona , Joins. This year- it is . a
booklet of one hundred and fifty-six
pages, gotten up in better shape than
any previous compendium of like na
ture. It differs from the other books
that have preceded it in that it is
not a contract advertising stunt put
out by somebody for the purpose of
making a little money, but it is' pub
lished by the state fair commission
and carries only enough dignified ad
vertising, to cover a "portion of the
expense of publication.
The booklet contains full informa
tion needed by exhibitors in order
that . they may know how to enter
their various exhibits, a full list of
every event of every nature that, will
be a riart of the official program,-ai
full list of the prizes, blue ribbons, ;
and cash prizes that are to be given i
to successful exhibitors. From a-
close1 perusal of the lists it will be j
seen that the amounts and the num- I
ber of the prizes this year is in ex
cess of that given at any previous I
fair.
The frontspiece Is a handsome col
ored engraving of a beautiful .maiden
with an- immense cornucopia out of
which emerges the prize winners for
the ' year, in every class. The book
is well illustrated with views of the
interesting exhibits of the last fair.
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NEW NOTARY A notarial com
mission was issued yesterday at the
office of Secretary of State Sidney P.
Osborn to Elva N. Webster, of Tucson.
HERE FROM YUMA Ike Prob-
stiel,-. a. member of the board of .su
pervisors of Yuma county, came in
yesterday for a few days' business
visit. , Mr. Probstiel lives in the
county seat of Yuma county, ' one of
the fastest growing towns of the
state. .
CARRIER BOY PARTY Mrs. W.
S. .Sanders ; of 743 East Portland
street gave a party to the carrier
boys of The Republican yesterday in
the form of a most enjoyable picnic.
In honor of the fifteenth birthday of
her son Alfred Sanders, who is one
of The Republican carriers. Natur
auy all the boys of the force were
there and voted it the most splendid
time possible. ' Cake and ice cream
were served.
IT RAINED After having visited.
almost every other locality in the
state with one- or more copious show
ers, and having spilled a noticable
quantity into the water bank, J. Plu-
vfus marshaled his forces late last
night ndbestowed a blessing on the
capital city. The rain, which started
in bravely, as if it were going to be
a real downjiour, had the effect of
driving hundreds of Phoenicians in
doors, only to be lulled to sleep by
the welcome pattern on porch roofs.
IMPORTANT TO REAL ESTATE
MEN All the real estate men who
go to Riverside park today are re
quested to meet together in the dance
pavilion at -5 o'clock on a matter of
the utmost importance to all of them.
It is expected that in the vicinity of
150 real estate men and their em
ployes will , enjov . the hospitality of
Riverside today and an especially
good time is looked forward to; but
is of the utmost importance that
all of them that can possibly do so
gather at the- time and place above
mentioned. ' - ,
AUCTION SALE Friday Aug. 28th
at Mclllmoil ranch, 8 miles west of
Phoenix, 30 fine Holsteln cows, heavy
milkers: horses, hogs, farming Imple
ments, etc. John Christian, Owner. C.
O. McMurhry. Auctioneer. Advertise
ment, dp
' ' - " CARD OF THANK8
We desire "to thank our friends and
neighbors, the K. of P., Moose and Fra.
ternal Brotherhool Lodges for their
help and sympathy during our recent
bereavement caused by the death of
our son'and brother. Earl R. Miller.
Signed: MRS. LILLIAN M. MILLER
CLYDE L. MILLER
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BATHING SUITS. Pinney ft Ro
binson. (Advertisement,) j
NOW IS. THE TIME The Electric
carpet cleaners. Phone 733. Adver
tisement. , eb
GUNS for rent. Pinney ft Robin-
ton. Advertisement.
o ;
, Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers ,than you can.
PRICKLY
HEAT
lotion ;
We make a special lotion that
gives quick relief and we advisa
you to keep a bottle on hand.
Phona us for quick delivery of
this or anything elia in our . busy
tore. -
The Busy Drag Store
Tne San-Tox Store . '
; V.-: 550 Phone 660;
FIRE DESTROYS
LIEHEIICE
Home of Supervisor Frank
Luke Quickly Reduced to
Ashes While Immense
Crowd is Held Back by
Awful Heat None Hurt
Fii-e, which fairly rushed from some
unknown point in the back, quickly
destroyed the fine big home of Super
visor Frank Luke on East Washington
and Fifteenth streets about N eleven
o'clock last night.
; From the time the blaze was first
noticed until it had enveloped and de
stroyed the dwelling was so short a
time, that even the automobile bleach
ers, which are so quickly crowded at a
Phoenix fire, hadn't time to form along
the side streets before the blaze began
to die out. The house, which was one
of the largest frame buildings in -the
city was like so much tinder. The fire
was burning every part, at once, almost
before It had broken through the roof.
A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Luke
was sleeping in one of the rooms when
the fire broke out, and she had barely
time to reach the street before the roof
fell. No furniture was saved, nor any
part of the house. Had the fire depart
ment been equipped with flying ma
chines, it could not have stayed the
blaze. The alarm was turned In by
phone, after some little delay, and the
fire fighters were prompt enough to
prevent the spread of the flames.
Phoenix has seldom had such a quick
hot' fire. Passersby on the side' street.
two . hundred feet from the building
were compelled to llee, for the heat was
so inten.se it- shriveled and scorched
even at that distance.
It is not known how much insurance
was carried, although it is presumed
the house and furniture were pretty
well covered. ,
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OLD OFFENDERS IN AGAIN
PETIT LARCENY CHARGE
William Gibson, one of the Phoe
nix hold up men of eighteen months
ago, and Jack Wilson, a jail bird
from Cochise county, pleaded guilty
to the theft of Frank H. Parker's
double harness in Justice Johnstone's
court yesterday. They could scarcely
have done otherwise, as Officers
Morrell and Wilkinson practically
caught them with the goods.
Parker, missing a valuable double
harness from his ranch, found where
it had been dragged across a soft
field, and proved to Jim Murphy that
it had been stolen and carried away
in a buggy.. ; . .
Then the officers began to watch
the stables. Yesterday afternoon
Morrell and Wilkinson were apprised
of the fact two men men had tried
to sell such and such an outfit to
Jack Evans at his stable on South
Third Btreet.. They waited for the
men to come back and drew as prizes
the persons of Gibson and Wilson.
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SOCIALISTS IN SAFFORO
FAIL TO NOMINATE MEN
. Safford socialists failed to get on
the county ticket. After a rally, the
like of which has seldom been seen
even in that smiling Graham county,
the socialists, full of fried chieken.
mashed potatoes, lemonade, iced tea
and other -'vittles" that go with pic
nics, neglected to get out the proper
papers.
All nominees except J. O. Thorpe
for justice of the peace, R. Camp
bell for recorder. Hyrum Bingham
for constable, and Herman Langham
for committeeman, were turned down
because the applications were not
made out properly.
The republicans did not petition
ior superior judge, state senator or
representatives or sheriff.
COLORED MOTION PICTURES
There are colored motion pictures
that are made so by hand, each little
picture being painted separately. In
making pictures "in natural colors" the
film is the same as that of the ordln
ary motion picture. But in making it
the speed is twice as fast, thirty-two
pictures to the second. "Colored" pic
tures are photographed through mats
or screens of colored- glass. Two pri
mary colors are used, red and green.
with a sympathetic touch of blue.
When the machine that makes the
photograph is started, a device causes
the red screen to pass before the lens
as the first photograph is taken, and
the green screen, passes the same way
as the. following picture is made. They
continue to do so alternately as the
film continues to be .exposed. The
negative is developed and a positive
printed, and - when-, run through the
projecting machine the color screens
are used in the same way as when the
negative was made, red and green pic
tures being flashed on the screen alter
nately. Those colors that are In sym
pathy with the red are brought out,
and those that are in sympathy with
the green are shown in the same -way,
and through the persistence of vision
we tio not notice the changes. Instead,
they blend harmoniously to our de
light. Charles M. Seay, in The Amer
lean Boy.
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CARD OF THANKS
We desire to extend our sincere
thanks to our friends and neighbors,
the Redmen. Pocohontas, and the Fra
ternal Brotherhood Lodges for their
help and sympathy during our recent
bereavement caused by the death of
our son and brother, Frank J. Bacon.
Signed: MR. AND MRS. M. A. FUSS
The Best
Values
in Phoenix
Are prevailing now '
during our sale of
summer goods. Ev
erything 'summery'
has GOT to go, and
we've marked
these goods so low
that they will go.
Trousers reduced
one - quarter in
price. Straw Hats
50 and more.
Suits 25, Silk
Shirts 25, and
many other articles
that wilh appeal to ;
the thrifty buyer.
McDougall
and Cassou
Buy Square Diehl
Shoes and Cut Your
Bills in Two!
Values In footwear are best mea
sured by what . you spend in . a
year rather than what you give
for each, pair, and IN THE
COURSE OF A YEAR you can
keep your entire family, comfort
ably, fashionably ' shod for NO
MORE THAN HALF what you
would spend at other stores. ,That's
in undoubted fact. Thousand's of
shoe buyers have known it : for
years their number is constantly
growing. Start cutting your shoe
bills try getting -j'our shoe needs
at ' ';'.,.' . -
H A. Diehl Shoe Co.
8 W. Wash. '""'
Have you tried
Nature's Remedy
Tablets?
s 25c, 50c and $1.00 . ;
If you want a sample' call In.- We
are special agents for Phoenix.
Elvey & Hulett
Quality Druggist. '
Never Substitute.
O'Neil Building, Northwest corner
Adams and First Ave., Phoenix.
Phones 411 and : 441.
Flagstaff, Ariz.
Points of Interest Near
Flagstaff
.85 miles
.18 miles
.It miles
16 miles
Grand Canyon ......
Extinct volcanoes ..;
Lava beds
Ice caves
Prehistoric cliff dwellings
Cave dwellings
Oak Creek trout stream..
.10 miles
10 miles
.18 miles
.50 miles
.12 miles
907 feet
15 , miles
.7t miles
Montezuma's well ...
San Francisco peaks
Elevation 13,900 feet.)
Altitude of Flagstaff
Prehistoric ruins ....
Natural Bridge ......
WHEN IN FLAGSTAFF
Stop at the
Hotel
Ctasa. Prochnow, Mgr. Rates II up
Commercial
Political Announcements
SAM F. WEBB
Candidate for
State Senator
Subject to the Democratic Primary
September 8, 1914.
Meridian Precinct
Cashion P. O.. Arizona.
Graduate of Maricopa County
Schools and Tempe Normal. Ten
years a teacher
ORRIN L. STANDAGE
Candidate for County School Su
perintendent. Democratic primary
Sept. 8.
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, 1314.
One GOOD term deserves another
State Senator
H. A. DAVIS
Candidate for renomination
Subject to the Democratic Primary
September 8.
E. E. JACK announces himself as
a candidate for' the office of
SUPERVISOR OF MARICOPA
10UNTY, subject to democratic
primaries, September 8, 1914.
HAIR GOODS FOR SALE
Ladies' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing,
Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair
Dressing; Expert Chiropodists, all
foot troubles removed. Moles and
warts removed by electricity.
SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY
Phone 1704
39 East Adams Street
S- H-OaE-S
and Hosiery That's "all.
Harry A. Drachman
Shoe Co.
22 West Adams St.
MACHINERY
Machinery of all kinds built re
built or repaired. Best equipped
shop in state. Only expert me
chanics! Work guaranteed.
OVERLAND AUTO COMPANY
326-328-330 N. Central
Garden City Resturant
New Location
21-23 East Adams St.
. - - " iiii"r ii i i'iir
5 gals. 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.
SANITARY
EFFICIENT i v
DURABLE
Plumbing
go to
VOSSSCUHLER
PHONE 1S4
When 1n a hurry for quick repair
work.
ALWAYS ON THE JOB
AT
28. SOUTH THIRD STREET
American- European
The genial management anticipates the wants and requirements of every
juest. Within easy walking distance of the shopping district and of every
Veatre 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. Laidlavw, Proprietor. .. George L, Mayna, Manager
Cash and Credit
make a fine working team.' Start that account now to secure the
first one, the other is sure to follow. , '
The National Bank of Arizona
' "Old Reliable"
i I hereby announce myself a candl- ;
date for nomination to the office of ;
SHERIFF OF MARICOPA
COUNTY
Subject to the action of the
Democratic Primaries
JEFF D. ADAMS '
W. H. WILKY
Candidate for' Sheriff
of Maricopa . County' .
Subject to democratic primaries.
September 8, 1814.
FRANK H. LYMAN
Candidate for Nomination
COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Maricopa County. Democratic Pri-
. mary, September 8. ,
Wm. B. Thomas, having filled the
position, of Cleric 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
JAMES T. MURPHY
East Side Candidate for
CONSTABLE ,
Subject to Democratic. Primary,
Sept. 8, 1914.
Hot Weather
SPECIALS
Roast Veal, Roast Pork,
Roast Mutton, Chipped
Beef, Boiled Ham, .Pick
led Lamb Tongue, Pickled
Pig's Feet, Cooker' Corn
Beef,
i
Tribolet's Market
Opposite City Hall, 114 E. Wash
ington St. .
Phones: O 788, 7S9
MONEY
TO LOAN
Unlimited fundi to loan
on improved Salt River,
Valley Ranch Lands and
Income Businesi Prop
erty. Dvight B. Heard
Real Estate, Insurance,
Loam '
Center and Adams
- Spend your vacation at. the
NEW PALACE HOTEL
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA.
A high class hotel for refined peo
ple. Tou " will enjoy the social
events and the people you meet.
i E. S. WAKELIN CO.
! : WHOLESALE
1 1 GROCERS
tisement. ' (fb
AND FAMILY. dm

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