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Arizona republican. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1890-1930, August 27, 1914, Image 3

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Gasoline ot
Not a mtxfare hrf
a straight product
StahdaM Oil Gmpany
Announcement has- been made by
the Hupp Motor Car company of
the appointment of W.' C. Howard
to the position of aSSisJast-i. sales
manager, and Charles E. Btrt-k as as
sistant advertising manager. The
two appointees have had wide ex
perience in their respective lines of
work and will assist sales and ad
vertising manager, F. J. Mooney, in
the activity of building, up the Hup
mobile selling organization.
The appointment of Mr. Howard as
assistant sales manager was made in
recognition of his unusual ability
while acting. as traveling sales rep
resentative for the Hupp Motor Car
company. He is rated as one of the
most successful salesmen in the au
tomobile Industry and was instru
mental . in building up Hupmobile
business throughout the middle west.
Wide experience in sales work will
enable him to cope successfully with
the tasks of his new undertaking.
Mr. Bhck, who formerly was con
nected with the service advertising
department of the Peninsular En
graving company, Detroit, has had
wide experience in the advertising
field. His initial bow to advertising
work dates back . some years ago,
when he was newspaper correspon
dent in the east, which work he later
dropped to take on agency work with
the J. "Walter Thompson company.
In his capacity as Detroit represen
tative of that concern he made a
great number of friends among ad
vertising publishing ' companies
throughout the middle west He will
assume his new duties- at once.
An extended sales and advertising
campaign for 1915 is outlined by F.
J. Mooney, sales and advertising
manager," and the company plans to
make the next season. the biggest in
the history of vthe organization. As
evidence of the resourcefulness of
the Hupp Motor. Car company, the
officials are planning ran Intensive
When Supervisor Frank Luke prof
fe-.-ed the hospitality of his roof to
James Miller, Junior, the other flight.,
he did - not knqw"what had been
weighed out lor him "while, he was
presenting his claims to office be
fore a crowd of Glendale voters.
It was when he pulled up at the
corner of Washington and Fifteenth
streets, that an awful misgiving
sfized him. When he left there had
been a perfectly good house right on
that corner and he could swear that
he had taken nothing stronger than
In that pile of ashes he certainly
did not recognze his happy home, and
as for the aforesaid roof he couldn't
even pick it ouf. It was with min
gled emotions that he gazed on the
sorry pile and wondered what had
become of his pet canary bird. Then,
of course, there was his wife and
the family. However, he was soon
reassured, for he found everybody,
including the bivd. in sorry plight
but safe, in the care of kindly neigh
sales and advertising campaign
throughout. South America, as the
much overrun European market has
been completely closed. It Is ex
pected that, due to the international
conflict of war, almost every car sold
in South America during the coming
season' will be of American manufac
ture, and Hupmobiles will be well
represented with an added number
of men and cars to take care of the
increased market.
Whoever commands the sea com
mands the trade, whoever commands
the trade of the world commands the
riches of the world, and consequently
the world itself. Sir Walter Raleigh
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Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
Empress Theater
,i 2 VINCITTIS Comedy Acrobats .
LEE & CHANDLER (Sister Team)
..A Circus Novelty
RANDALL, The Cartoonist
See His Series of Cartoons of Popular Phoenix Busi
ness Men. Maybe you are among the lot.
Harmony, Singing and Dancing -
CHESTRA and 3 Reels Latest Movies
All for 10c, 20c, 30c
LYN," on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. L It's ths
last series.
mill DAY
Members of the Order and
-Their Families Will, Have
Big Time Toda.y Pleas
ing Sports Program and
Plenty to Eat ... '
This is to be a big day for Pyth-
ians of Phoenix and the surrounding
Country. Every Pythian '-; and every
member of a Pythian's family is ex
pected to journey' this afternoon to
Rixerside park, where no end of en
tertainment land plenty to eat has
been provided, by the entertainment
committee df-Phoenix Lodge, No. 2,
KiSghts ot.j'ythtes. " -
It is nowlanned to have the. wa
ter sport sand ."track events", begin
n. the middle. -of the afternoon and
ifofa then- fm .untfl'6 : 30 .o'clock, when
the call.: for; lunch will be sounded,
there will be something doing. There
will be liberal prizes for all the
events and. ho Pythian or member of
his family can afford to . remain
away -on, this day of days. -
Thefidmmittee has" arranged that
every member of the order and their
families .hall be presented with a
prettyViadge. 'so that -mutuat'recog-
nltion will be possible.
Word has been sent out that the
entire space south and 'east of the
bath house has been reserved lor
thei Pythians. There tables will be
spread and lunch served to all mem
bers --and their families without
charge. "'There is no need of bring
ing anything to; ' eat. There will be
anampw suppry 01 . gooa cnuigs; m
fact, a." surprise Is In store for those
whp attend.. Following the open
air. luncheon, there will be a short
talk by Knight J. H. Langston, after
which the evening will be devoted to
the -special features provided by the
park management, which include a
fancy ball and a confetti battle.
Masked Ball
Throughout the east at this season
carnivals hold sway at "the. various
summer resorts and today ., Phoenix
Is to have a young carnival of its
own. ,While it ' is only a forerunner
of greater .things to come a little
later in the season, the carnival, con
fetti fleht and masked ball which
will usher out the last half .holiday
of the season " at "Riverside tonight
will provide a world of fun for
young and -old. The big park is an
ideal place for a frolic of this kind
and the whole place will be turned
over to the revelers this evening.
The usual carnival paraphernalia
will be much in evidence and the
tickler andl blow papers will supply
their share of fun,
The masked ball promises to be a
corker, and prizes will be given for
the prettiest, most novel and most
ridiculous 1 costumes. A riot of fun
and color ;1s expected. All maskers
must unmask at the gate before, en
tering; the park. : '
-- Real Estate Day
Real estate men moved on River
side in force yesterday, completely
overrunning the park, which eventu
ally surrendered unconditionally and
without opposition. The greatest of
all the valley boosters made merry
at the latest addition to the big at
tractions of Phoenix and told each
other what a fine place this city
was to live In and how much finer It
was now that Riverside had supplied
the long-needed summer resort attachment.
The real estaters swam In the big
pool, slid the chute, examined the
zoo, paying particular attention to
the "Giant Red Bats" and the Mex
ican groundhog, climbed the slippery
pole, . or tried to, and wound up at
the dancing pavilion at 5 o'clock.
where they met In boosters' conclave
and said a lot of things pertaining to
the good outlook for a banner sea
son and finally endeavored to an
swer i a number of questions put to
them for the express purpose of test
ing their knowledge of the dry and
surrounding country. These ques
tions and answers, together with the
correct answers, will be printed in
tomorrow's Republican.
A reputation once broken may pos
ihlv he renaired. but the world will
always keep their eyes on the spot
here the crack was.
Some love affairs end at the altar
though few ever get that far.
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Prince Alexander of Teck.
Prince Alexander of Teck, brother
of Queen Mary and the future governor-general
of Canada, is going to
lead British troops on the foreign
battlefields. .
United States Senator Tells
One Thousand People
Why He Should Be the
Nominee of Democrats to
Succeed Himself
Mildly ridiculing his enemies, dis
coursing on his record and prospects
to his friends, and paying the finest
tribute ever heard here to Woodrow
Wilson the statesman, Honorable M. A, j
Smith, candidate for re-election to the !
United States senate, addressed a thou- I
sand people in the T. M. C. A. stadium I
last night. John Orme, in making his 1
opening address said Mr. Smith's talk'
would not be essentially a political one
and it was not except in spots. It
ranged from the humorous t(J the vig
orous, and proved beyond all doubt,
that, although the veteran has lost '
somewhat of his stentorian voice, he Is ,
still that same strong outdoor spealker
who has held the attention of Arizona 1
audiences for the past twenty years. J
The speaker could not very well I
avoid boasting of his work in the sen-
ate, and his position as chairman of
that very important arid lands com
mittee to do still more for this state.
But he excused what he termed "seem
ing egotism" by pointing out the oc
casion, and the opportunity which
were both too good to be lost.
Mr. Orme said that Mr. Smith would
explain the workings of the time ex
tension bill.
"It was very hard to prevent Arizona
getting the worst of it interest at a
rate of three or four per cent on de
fered payments, and practically only
two years of real grace," said the sen
ator. "The first bill, as I pointed out
to my confreres would not benefit Ari
zona, but would possibly burden the
water users of this state with a debt 1
they might never be able to pay."
He explained how the bill was draft
ed, the conferences with, the secretary
of the interior, and with" the Salt River
valley delegation. The" most notable I
point he brought out, was that of the
appropriation provision, saddled on the
bill by the house, and upheld by the
house division of the joint committee
against the most vigorous opposition of
the senate.
"We all believed firmly that the
money in the reclamation fund should
not be divided by the committee. If
we are not careful, this money will be
distributed out of the the what you
call It? The "hog-barrel the "pork-barrel!"
"If I am not returned to the senate.
or if I should die in the middle of my
term, the chairmanship of this commit
tee on arid lands goes to the second
man on IV Senator Lane 'or Oregon.
Aifl how well,' dd T yoa tM'ntrwe"111
fare in this hot dry Arizona against the
prejudice of rain soaked Oregon?"
The senator spoke on the importance
of the chairmanship to Arizona at this
time. "His power is almost limitless.
He calls the committee or he calls it
off, just as he sees fit. Arizona has
drawn from the reclamation fund near
ly sixteen millions of dollars and has
paid back less than a million. Oregon
has put in ten dollars for one with
drawn." Mr. Smith kidded Reese Ling, at first
referring to him as "one of my op
ponents," and later, thinking better of
it and calling him by name.
"I must refer to the Inference of one
of my opponents and this will prob
ably be my only allusion to this matter
in all my campaign He let it be in
ferred I was being led-by the corpora-
Then came some mild ridicule, al
ready referred to.
John O. Dunbar, not by name, but
by inference, as the publisher of "some
of those printed sheets, thrown about
the streets", also came in for mention.
"So I have drawn something like
seven hundred thousand dollars from
the public till? Well, not one dollar
has crossed that (uplifted) palm ex
cept salary."
To the women, who were numerous
in the assemblage:
"If the men haven't common sense
enough to know whether I should or
We state in emphatic, terms that the following specials are values extraor
dinary, in many instances less than wholesale prices today: ;
L.L. yard wide Unbleached Muslin, yard ,6c
Yard wide soft finish Bleached Muslin, yard 6c
.36-inch Seaside Percales, all' colors, yard "... 12c
-English Shirting Cambrics, 36 inches wide, yard 15c
- - Amoskeag Dress Ginghams, positively fast, yard 10c
Best quality Table Oil Cloth, white and colors, yard 19c
2214c soft finish Dolly Varden Crepes, yard ,.9c
Best quality Mail Carrier's Blue Cheviots, yard 12c
Manchester Galateas, plain colors and fancies, yard 19c
Crepe Plisse, dainty Dolly Varden patterns, yard ..14c
50-ineh Shepherd Cheeks, 75c- quality, yard 49c
Brocaded and Printed Crepe de Chine, yard 29c
Best grade 35c plain Sateens, all colors, yard 25c
Art Ticking Laundry Bags, 75e quality, each .59c
150 Tailored and lingerie Waists, values to $2.00, each i.49c
$1.25 fast colored House Dresses, all sizes 69c
25c and 35c fancy embroidered Handerkerchiefs, each ..... 12V&C
Cumfy cut Gauze Vests, all sizes, 20c quality, each 11c
$1.00 and $1.25 fancy Brassieries, all sizes, each.. 75c
Batiste Corsets, 85c quality, all sizes, each 50c
75c and $1.00 fancy Girdles and Belts, each 25c
All Fancy Parasols now in stock y2 Price v
Another lot of Remnants and Short Lengths ' of Percales, Ginghams,
Cheviots, Lawns, Ratines, Sheetings, Cambrics, Silkolines, Crepes, Swiss,
Ticking, Outing Flannels, Cretonnes, Nets, Laces, Embroideries, Silks,
.Table Linens and Dress Goods at from v
to V2 Less Than Regolar
deserve to go back, thank God, the wo
men have!"
Again at Mr. Ling.
"One of the first references made to
me by Ling was that regarding my age.
Experience, which comes only with
age, is a thing that must be possessed
by a successful representative in the
United States senate.
"I have been accused of drinking
whisky and smoking cigars in tJ?e
cloak rooms, when I should have been
in the chamber. As to this, Ling is as
mistaken concerning those peculiar,
historical senatorial facts as he usually
On the condition of the United
"President Wilson has in his heart
a deep and abiding determination to
right the wrongs of the common peo
ple. He is the best president we have
had since Lincoln.
"Europe is now a sea of blood. Dan
te's Inferno failed to grasp a picture
such as Europe displays today. And
supreme in the midst of all this strife,
the greatest nation on earth stands at
absolute peace with the world. What
must the historians say of the trials
and temptations of the president to go
into Mexico! But the twentieth cen
tury is no time for the greatest na
tion to crush a smaller one."
Mr. Smith told why he stood with
the president on the tolls exemption
bill, believing that to exempt coastwise
shipping from paying a share in the
upkeep of the canal would be playing
into the hands of the greatest shipping
monopoly in the world.
After the speaking, Mr. Smith held
an impromptu reception In the reading
room of the Y. M. C. A. and many of
those who had heard him speak came
in to meet him.
Rabies Declared a Germ Disease Not
Produced by Hot Weather
The Journal of the American Medi
cal association speaks" a kindly word
for the overheated dog and soothes
tho fears of those who look for their
pets an.l the pets . of others to be
come labid while the mercury is
high. The term dog days, it is point
ed out, comes from Roman times and
relates to the rising of the Dog Star,
Sirius, simultaneously with the sun
during the hottest period of the year.
Hot weather does not produce rab
ies, which is a germ disease, com
municated only through the saliva
of infected animals. Statistics show
that it is slightly more prevalent In
early spring than at any other sea
son, probably because dogs and men,
pent up all winter, are moving about
to a, greater extent Through elim
ination of its victims, rabies actual
ly decreases as hot weather ap.
If dogs are to be muzzled, medical
authorities point out, they should bo
muzzled constantly and not simply
in mid-summer.
The direct rays of the sun often
produce in young and nervous dogu
a violent seizure in which the animal
snaps and barks, trying to hide it
self as though in te.Tor. Rest in a
cool dark place brings prompt recov
ery, but many a dog has been killed
spectacularly while in one of these
Dogs that have bitten persons or
other dogs and are suspected of hav
ing rabies should not be killed unless
they are unmanageable. The police
department or a veterinary should
keep such a dog confined under ob
serration to make a diagnosis. If
the dog is killed, its bralu and spinal
cord should be sent to the university
laboratory. Early use of the Pasteur
treatment is effective insurance
against the development of the dis
ease. Detroit News.
Last Half Holiday Today
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And all sorts of fun, sports and games are programmed for this afternoon. A Grand Carnival, Confetti.
Battle, and ) .
Will bring the celebration to a grand finale
Prizes for the prettiest, most novel and most ridiculous costumes.
Swimming Dancing Music Movies Zoo
You See It All for 10 Cents
The meals at Riverside are delicious and well served. ' Prices are reasonable and the dining-room always
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