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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 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, ti
and up. We carry our own stock.
CAVILEER & CO.
The Decorators
108 East Adama. 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
mnraiinig
BENNETT LUMBER
COMPANY
Everything In Lumber
AUTOMOBILE TIE 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 Meals, 35 Cents.
Short Orders All Night.
26 North Center, Phoenix
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Lodge Notice
LOYAL ORDER OF 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.
SHAVE
AT HOME
and enjoy the easiest,
quickest, cleanest, best
shaves you can get. We
have everything for the
shaver.
MOTORCYCLI PEUVSKY- 1ST. AVE. & AMftft
WHEN YOU HAVE ANY
DONE SEE THAT THJS
Is on it or that It Is done by
one of the firms below, who
are entitled to use It:
ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
ARIZONA GAZETTE
ARIZONA STATE PRESS
CAPITOL PRINTING CO.
MESA TRIBUNE
W ATKINS PRINTING CO.
SOCIALIST BULLETIN
THE QUALITY PRES8
(Signed) Tr" Label Committee
PRINTING
For Picture Framing
go to
BALKE'S
The Big Curio on Adams
Street
Of Local Interest
STORED WATER SUPPLY
Water service report for August
26:
Elevation of water in reservoir,
feet 115.96
Contents of reservoir, acre ft.. 177,417
Less preceding 24 hours, acre
feet 235
Normal flow of Salt and Verde '
rivers at Gvanite Reef dam,
M. I 68,500
Normal flow water for lands up '
to year '. Excess
Amount of water used for irri
gation, north side M. 1 38,390
Amount of water used for irri
gation, south side, M. 1 23,560
LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
6 a.m. 6 p. m.
Temperature, degrees 82 100
Sensible temperature 68 73
Humidity per cent "..49 27
Wind direction .SE W
Wind velocity, miles 5 4
F.ainfall T T
Weather Cloudy Clear
Highist temperature, 100.
Lowest temperature, 78.
Mean relative humidity, 88.
Total rainfall, T.
Excess in temperature yesterday, 2
degrees. . - "
Excess in temperature since first
of month, 19 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since January 1, 330 degrees.
Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .03
inch.
Deficiency in rainfall since first of
month, .82 inch.
Accumulated deficiency in rainfall
since January 1, 2.53 inches.
Data for Tucson
Highest temperature yesterday, 9
Ttaintall yesterday, 0.
ROBERT R. BRIGGS,
Section Director.
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TO THE SOUTH State Auditor
J. C. Callaghan left yesterday morn
ing on a campaign trip through the
southern counties.
UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS
There are telegrams at the Western
Union for A. V. Bailey, P. S. Wren.
Geo. W. Beck, Frank Miller, Mrs. V.
Lang.
IN BUSINESS AGAIN The West
ern Union is again accepting cable and
week end letters for European coun
tries except Belgium, Germany. Austria
and Hungary and France subject 'to
whatever delay may be involved in de
ferment to full paid traffic on hand
and to the requirements of the censor
ship.
BACK JON THE JOB Deputy
Clerk Hedgpcth, of the office of the
clerk of the superior court, is back
at his post after a most- enjoyable
vacation in Pecos, Reeves county
Texas, with his brother. Rev. Joe F.
Hedgpeth. Mr. Hedgpeth left his
mother in Pecos to extend her visit
until October.
TO INVESTIGATE LEVY Chair
man C. M. Zander of the state tax
commission left yesterday morning
for Prescott to investigate a charge
that the tax levy in .Yavapai county
is more than te"n. per cent in. excess
over last year's levy. The com
plaint that the excess is more than
is permitted by law was made by
Senator Homer R. Wood, of Pres
cott.
WILL ABIDE BY RECALL All
candidates for the United States sen
atorship and for congress from Ari
zona have filed with the secretary of
state formal . statements to the ef
feet that they will abide by the ad
vlsory recall In case it should be in
voked against them. Senator J. Lor
enzo Hubbell, candidate for senator
on the republican ticket filed his dec
laration in favor of the recall yes
terday.
UNHAPPY MARRIAGE On the
grounds of failure and neglect of
adequate provision for her on the
part of her husband, R. Barton Hick
ey, the wife, Martha Lois Hickey,
is seeking dissolution of the mar
riage, In the , superior court. The
parties were married In Phoenix in
June of 1909, since which time plain
tiff alleges, : her husband has neg
looted to provide for her the com
mon necessaries of life, although in
a position to do so. The wife at -
tributes her husband's neglect to
idleness, profligacy and indifference.
THOUGHT THEY WERE "HAND
OUTS" Charged before Judge Park
er yesterday with breaking and en
tering the house of David H. Gloss
at Higley, on the eighth inst., Ge
nario Abies pleaded that lie believed
the house to be unoccupied and that
ho was committing no offence by
taking away the furniture. He cheer
fully admitted having removed the
furniture In a' wagon, making several
loads. Defendant waived examina
tion, and was -accordingly held to
answer to the superior court, bond
being fixed in the sum of $300.
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A CARD OF THANKS - .
We desire to express, our' gratitude
to the many friends who have so kindly
and - generously shown - their - love and
sympathy in the ordeal oi our bereave
ment of husband and father. -
MRS. J. A. VINSON AND FAMILY,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. ENGLISH.
It
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. AH retail grocers are
urged to be present. Advertisement.
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NOW IS THE TIME The Electric
carpet Cleaners. Phone 733. Adver
tlsement. gb
I THIRTY PATENTS Register Wee-
ain ox me unueu oiaiea laiiu unn.-;
received thirty patents for distribution
to future owners of homestead land's. "
EPWORTH LEAGUE SOCIAL All
members of the Epworth league of the
Cart-wright church are urged to be'
present at the social and business
meetings arranged for Friday evening.
MATRIMONIAL Marriage licenses
were issued yesterday to Herbert
Brokey, of Pawnee, Okla., and Clara
Cullom, of Pawhuska, Okla., both
Osage Indians; ' and to Rafael Velas
co and Lupa Salasar, both of Mari
copa county. , '
BUYS ICE CREAM COMPANY E.
Dietrich has purchased the interest
of George R. MacBean in the Valley
Ice Cream company, the change taking
place yesterday. Mr. Dietrich will con
duct the business along the broad lines
established by Mr. MacBean.
TWO MINE SURVEYS Two mining
surveys were approved yesterday by
Surveyor General Ingalls. They are
both claimed by George H. Crosby and
the California & Paradise Mining com
pany, and are located in the California
district of Cochise county. The claims
are called, Cottontail and Saddle.
"SILENT LOUIS B" HEARD FROM
Louis B. Jacobs, the impressario who
created such furore with his' glrly
show here last fall and this spring
writes the Republican from Denver
that he may come back to Phoenix
fter a while. He' is doing well in
Denver.
FORT GRANT FUGITIVE A day
or two ago Chief of Police George O.
Brisbois picked up Ashley Stelzried, ft
oung lad who recently escaped from
the state reform school at Fort Grant,
where he. was sent from this city sev
eral months ago for stealing money.
Yesterday Acting Superintendent
Gung'l came up from the school and
will leave today with the boy.
THROUGH A SHADE DARKLY
"Mary," said a woman to her
housemaid, as she surveyed the fur
niture, "just look at the dust! Didn't
tell you to go carefully over it? I
expect company this afternoon and
I shall feel disgraced. Everyone will
go away talking about it." . "Well,
mum," said the girl, "why don't von
pull down the shades?"
A . SATISFACTORY TOUR J. W.
Weatherford, candidate for the demo
cratic nomination for membership of
the corporation commission returned
esterday from a tour of the southern
and eastern counties. Mr. Weatherford
without committing himself as to the
probability of his nomination said that
he met a whole lot of mighty good
democrats from whom he expects
much.
HAYT RETURNS Walter J. Hayt,
representative of Phoenix Lodge, No.
708, Loyal Order of Moose, at the su
preme lodge convention in Milwaukee,
returned yesterday. Delegate Hayt
was absent about three weeks and dur
ing that time visited Mooseheart, the
Moose home, Chicago and Milwaukee.
He reports a most interesting conven
tion and announces that he left no
stone unturned in placing Phoenix
firmly upon the Moose map.
WHERE IS MRS. ASPY. Mrs. F.
Grogan of Nighthawk, Wash., has writ
ten to 1a! Metcalfe, of the Phoenix fire
department, asking for information
concerning Mrs. A. K. Aspy, (nee Miss
Margaret V. Alford) from whom she
has not heard in twenty years. Mrs.
Aspy was the wife of a former member
of the Phoenix fire department, but
it is understood secured a divorce from
him several years ago. Mrs. rogan is
a relative of Mrs. Aspy and is anxious
to receive word of her whereabouts.
HOMES FOR CHILDREN Miss
Ora Matthews, Phoenix policewoman,
is seeking homes for several girls and
boys. Some of the children, the
younger ones, would - appreciate good
homes for adoption. There are several,
however, who are old enough to make
themselves useful in any home and who
would be glad of positions at fair pay.
These are not delinquent girls, but are
without homes and are for the time
being under the care of Miss Matthews.
Those who may be in a position to
take any of these children into their
homes should communicate with Miss
Matthews at the city hall.
TO ATTEND CONFERENCE W.
Paul Geary, chairman of the corpora
tion commission leaves today for Den
ver, to attend the conference between
representatives of four inter-mountain
states to prepare for the hearing before
the interstate commerce commision in
October. At this conference plans for
contesting the application of the rail
roads for permission to make import
ant exceptions in the inter-mountain
tariff will be discussed and a campaign
mapped out Commissioner F. A.
Jones, who will also attend the meet
ing, is in the northern paTt of the state,
en route to the conference.
100 DAYS FOR THEFT Two old
offenders, James Gibson and J. Wilson,
before Judge Johnstone yesterday on a
charge of stealing a set of harness on
the 24th inst, were both sent to jail
for a term of a hundred days. The
harness, which was valued at $25, "was
the property of Frank H. Parker. The
sentence was imposed in view of the
previous offenses of the prisoners. Gib
son was recently released from the pen
itentiary where he served a term of 18
months on a conviction of highway
robbery, whilst some time ago Wilson
was fined $40 for appropriation of a
quantity of bricks. Both men plead
guilty.
REGISTRATION CLOSING Post
tively the last call to' register is out,
for with the closing of the office on
Saturday evening,, will go the last
chance' to put in for that vote. The
registration officers have been working
overtime the . last few weeks to' keep
pace with the belated vote-seekers and
a rush is anticipated for the closing
days.- To cope with the work arrange
inents have been made to keep the of
flee open on the last day until late in
the evening. The response so far is
considered very satisfactory, between
fourteen and fifteen thousand applica
tions having been filed.
TOO LATE TO CLASIFY
CLOSE-IN DWELLING, suitable for
office and dwelling, for 'physician,
dressmaker or other similar callings.
W. K. James, 40 N. First St gs
, :
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
mum OFFICERS
TO ESCORT VILLA
Adj. Gen. Harris and Capt. Stacy Will
Meet Mexican Generals and Ac
company them to Nogales
Col. Charles W. Harris, adjutant
general of Arizcma, and Capt. Crom
well Stacy, U. S. A. will act as escort
to Generals Obregon and Villa when
they pass through the state today
en route to Sonora. The Mexican gen
erals will be met at Tucson and ac
companied to Nogales.
Appointment of Col. Harris to meet
the constitutionalist leaders as his spe
cial representative was made yesterday
by Gov. Hunt Following the receipt
of word last night that the special
train bearing the Mexican leaders and
their staffs would leave El Paso this
morning, reaching Arizona about noon,
the American , officers took an early
tram for Tucson, where they will show
Generals Obregon and Villa the cus
tomary military courtesies.
An enthusiastic reception was tend
ered the constitutionalists when they
reached the Pss City yesterday after
noon, and they were escorted from the
international bridge to Ft. Bliss by a
troop of American cavalry as a guard
of honor.
A telegram was received yesterday
by Gov. Hunt from General Carranza,
expressing his thanks for the courtesy
shown Gen. Benjamin, Gil in his pas
sage through this state, while en rote
to Sonora to reliev Col. Elias P. Calles
as military governor.
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THE PRIDE OF JENNICO
AT ARIZONA TONIGHT
"The Pride of Jennico," the cele
brated romantic play by Abby Sage
Richardson and Grace Livingston
Furniss, famed as one of the great
est successes of the American stage,
is to be presented in motion pic
tures enacted by the Famous Play
ers stock company. rnrougn an
interesting coincidence, this popular
play, one of the triumphs of Daniel
Frohman's old Lyceum theater stock
company, is produced by the Famous
Players, of which Daniel Frohman is
managing director. Thus the theat
rical history of a great success re
peats itself.
"The Pride of Jennico" is a dra
matic conflict of hearts and swords.
It is a stirring drama relating how
a haughty, whimsical little prince is
tamed by love, how a haughty
young noble is humbled by the same
sweet influence, and how both fi
nally learn the power of the heart
over pride and caprice.
"The Pride of Jennico" will thus,
repeat in motion picture the phe
nomenal success it attained when
first produced on the . legitimate
stage. It is a four-reel production.
Cast of Characters
House Peters as Basil Jennico
George Moss as ...Basil's aged uncle
Maire Leonhard as ..Princess Ottilie
Augustus Balfour as
Duke of Dornheim
Smily Galloway as Marie, maid
Peter Lang as Von Krappitz
Hal Clarendon, as Prince Eugen
Hetty Hart as ..Michel, gypsy maid
- There will be four other reels of
great pictures also.
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WRECKERS WERE A MYTH
WILD RUMOR EXPLAINED
There Was no Attempt to Derail Win
kelman Train Near Florence.
Mexican Hurt in Accident
When a piece of wood dropped off a
work train and lay unnoticed on the
Arizona Eastern track near Florence,
no one thought anything of It. Yet from
that small fact, coupled with the more
serious ones of the derailing of a hand
car and the breaking of a Mexican
gang foreman's right leg, grew the
stories of an attempt to wreck the Win
kelman train which floated about Phoe
nix most all yesterday.
The report that the accident hap
pened to the hand car only because
the workman's pullman happened to
reach the piece of wood before the reg
ular train, was vigorously denied by
Arizona Eastern officials here yester
day.
The injured min was removed to the
hospital in Phoenix.
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SOME
ARIZONIANS
C. A. Massie, formerly a merchant
of Phoenix, but who has, since retir
ing from business here, been living at
Long Beach, has moved to Los Ange
les and is located at 316 South Spring.
F. F. Tracy of this city has returned
from his summer vacation spent at the
coast resorts..
James Lindsey Is now at his home
900 North 7th street after a two week
hunting trip to the White Mountains.
D. E. Nelson, who has been. summer
ing at Prescott, has gone to 248 South
Olive street, Los Angeles, Calif.
' H. B. Lehman, of this city. Is visiting
his son at Lodi, Calif. He will be
away for one month.
Conductor J. F. Diamond, of The
Arizona Eastern-Phoenix and Winkel
man limited, who has been enjoying
the summer at Portland and Seattle,
is returning , home the first of the
month.
L. L. Miller is returning home, 1303
East Fillmore street from Prescott,
where a part of the summer has been
waylaid by his summering intentions.
J. N. Marovich of Sonora, Arizona, is
now located at TJouglas, Arizona.
Last Week
of
Clothing
Sale
Just a few days left
to take advantage
of the wonderful
opportunity to buy
any of our summer
weight suits at 25
reduction. All good
patterns and many
of them dark colors.
Just a few. days
left, too, for the
special prices in
the many other de
partments of our
shop.
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
an undoubted fact Thousands of
shoe buyers have known it for
years their number is constantly
growing. Start cutting your shoe
bills by getting your shoe needs
it .1 -
H. A. Diehl Shoe Co.
8 W. Wash.
Have you tried
Nature's Remedy
Tablets?
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.
AUCTION SALE Friday Aug. 28th
at Mclllmoil ranch, 8 miles west of
Phoenix, 30 fine Holstein cows, heavy
milkers; horses, hogs, farming imple
ments, etc. John Christian, Owner. C.
O. McMurhry, Auctioneer. Advertise
ment, dp
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' BATHING SUITS. Pinney & Ro
binson. (Advertisement.)
NOW IS THE TIME The Electric
carpet Cleaners. Phone 733. Adver
tisement gb
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GUNS for rent. Pinney & Robln
yon. Advertisement. '
Batter-Nat Bieid
Pure as the Drifted Snow
Since 1881
Phoenix Bakery
7 W. -Washington St.
A SKIN OF BEAUTY IS A JQV TO EVER
Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
Oriental Cream
OR MAGICAL BEJUITinER .
S c 5 Remove Tan. SMmnla-i
Freckle Motn Patch,
Rfcih nd Skin Dimhil
mod wvwy blemish on
beantj, nd deflee de
tection. It ha stood
the tert of M rears, aod
i so barm lee w tait
it to be eur It ts pro
perly made. Accept a
counterfeit of similar
name. Or. L A. Ha j re
Mid to a lid of the
bauttrra (a patient):
Ae you ladles will ni
them, I recommend
, " . - iGoiirsyd' Crun'
a the, least harmful of all the skia preparations."
At Draa-aiits and Department store
Firt.T.apklM SN,taBt,37 nt Janet SLIM
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v OUR SERVICE MEANS
i
Quality-Accuracy--Promptaess
DR. E. MTJNSON -
Arizona's Leading Optician and -Optometrist
118 W. Washington St.
A Surface grinding plant on the premises insures
prompt delivery and a short wait. ,
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, 1914.
One GOOD term deserves another
, State Senator
H. A. DAVIS
Candidate for renomination
Subject to the Democratic Primary
September 8.
Lrwwwynrw.'y-i i-i- - ---- - --
E. E. JACK announces himself as
a candidate for the office of
SUPERVISOR OF MARICOPA
''.OUNTY, subject to democratic
primaries, September 8, 1914.
HUBERT W. CLARK announces j
his candidacy for the office of j
SUPERIOR JUDGE OF M ARI- i
COPA COUNTY, subject to the
action of the Democratic Primary.
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
Phono 1704
39 East Adams Street
SHOES
and Hosiery That's alL
fiarry 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
336-328-330 N. Central
Garden City Resturant
New Location
21-23 East Adams St.
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.
Cash and Credit
make a, fine working team. Start that account how to secure the
first one, the other is sure to follow.
The National Bank of Arizona
"Old Reliable" - ; ; ' - 5 ' " ';
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for nomination to the office of
SHERIFF OF MARICOPA
. - COUNTY. -
Subject to the action of the
Democratic Prlmariea
JEFF D. ADAMS
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
JAMES T. MURPHY
East Side Candidate for
CONSTABLE
Subject to Democratic Primary,
Sept 8, 1914., .
E. S. WAKELIN CO. j
" WHOLESALE
GROCERS
jijivVYYY'irri'i'i"iirri" -i - ,-
Hot Weather
SPECIALS
Roast Veal, Roast .Pork,
Roast Mutton, Chipped
Beef, Boiled Ham, Pick
led Lamb Tongue, Pickled
Pig's Feet, Cooker Corn
Beef. " iii-Hv
Tribolet's Market
Opposite City Hall, 114 E. Waah
ington, St. ..
TH.nn.B- n 7QQ 76Q
ANTHRACITE COAL FUEL OIL
Best Lump, Coal and Wood
PHOENIX WOOD 4 COAL CO.
South Third St. and Jackson St
Phone 1235
Under new management.
Give us a trial!

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