THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1914
are built of bone dry timber, heavy hickory axles,
white oak hubs, iron-clad. No cracking of hubs, no
loosening of spokes; full clipped axles. No lighter
running wagon on the market. . ,
We have a nice line of the old reliable 'Weber
Wagons. ' i .
EZRA W. THAYER
Everything in Hardware
124-130 E. Washington Street. 127-133 E. Adams
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"Pride of Jeniiico"
7 REELS 7
SHOW STARTS AT 7:30 K
FEATURE STARTS AT 8:15
"A MISSING BRIDE," Keystone comedy
and "AMS AND THE GRINGO"
yi-j"- Home of Universal 1st Run
legale Theatre Fzlt
HMk IB " SpS m Every day change. Every day a Feat-
l it II A A f A ure- World's Feature Films Exclusive
H 4VA Service. Most Thrilling Pictures made.
' " Sir Reels Daily.
I A IM A D A A Good Alwavs
L AiH AlA The Best Pictures in the City.
inwrwvmrV fill"' i TEH Hear the Wonderful Wurlitzer One-Man
AKI4U11A I IlCA 1 tK Orchestra. BEST PICTURES IN PHOENIX
FORMERLY 8AVOY Admission: 10 Cents; Children, 5 Cent.
il lUJ PICTURES
RIVERSIDE PARK I
Never mind the heat,
f Come down and Swim.
Dancing, too, and Movies.
Appropriation for Survey in
Bill Which Hayden1 Be
lieves Will Pass in De
cemberBig Survey is
In spite of departmental indiffer
ence. Representative Carl Hayden be
lieves it is possible to get through a
bill calling for a survey of the pro
posed Colorado river Indian irriga
tion project. A bill already has been
introduced, simultaneously .in the
house and senate, providing '. for a
survey and appropriating $100,000 for
Plans already suggested for the
improvement of the Colorado river
with a diversion dam near Headgate
Rock, Parker, Arizona, have been
turned down as impracticable by
the department of the interior, on the
ground that there is not enough ac
curate data on hand to induce pri -vate
capital or public enterprise to
unde-.-take the work. The failure of
many Carey act projects, the im
poverishing of the settlers and the
ruin of the promoters is pointed out.
It is said it would not be fair to
open the Indian lands in their pres
ent arid condition, nor under any
reclamation plan . unless there is a
reasonable assurance that water
could be made available for the ir
rigation of the lands at a reasonable
cost. . .
Additional borings and other In
vestigations of the site will be ne
cessary before any definite plans can
be made. Furthermore, there are
no surveys for irrigation canals or
structures Incident to proper irriga
tion of the lands on the reservation.
Still, the department backs up the
suggestion of an appropriation of the
hundred thousand for the further
study of the damsite and bottom
lands. In case a fund is secured, the
work will be conducted 'jointly by
the reclamation and Indian services.
Mr. Hayden in a letter to the board
of trade says he believes the bills
will go through at the December ses
sionof congress, when other Indian
ONLY SURE CORN .
CURE EVER KNOWN
"Gets-It" the Now Way, 2 Drops Do It
To endure the pains and ' tortures
caused by a little thing like a corn Is
ridiculous, simply because it is unnec
essary. The new-plan ...corn cure.
U. "GETS4T" for
Corns and You
Wki You Put oa
"GETS-IT," is the first one ever
known to remove corns without fail,
without pain and without trouble. This
is why it is the biggest-selling corn
cure in existence today. It is now used
by millions, because it does away with
sticky tape, with plasters and cotton
rings that shift their position and
press down onto the corn, with salves
that "raw up" the toe, with "harness
es" that cause pressure and pain, with
knives, razors and files, clawing and
pulling at a corn.
"GETS-IT" is applied in two sec
onds. Two drops applied with the
glass rod do the work. - Pain goes, the
corn Ehrivels, vanishes. Accept no
substitute. Try it on any corn, wart,
callous or bunion tonight.
"GETS-IT" is sold by druggists ev
erywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct
by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago.
"GETS-IT" is sold In Phoenix by
Busy Drug Store, Owl Drug Store, El
vey & Hulett. 4
s a winner
"The Winning Widow."
Every song scored big.
The cabaret scene is- great.
.. , . .. .. o .... -The
new Pathe Weekly pleased.
Tonight the "Baby Dolls" contest.
The big matinee tomorrow; the
ladies are coming.
You can't imagine i"The Dance of
the Serpent" you must see it.
Every girl in Phoenix who aspires
for the stage should enter tonight's
"The Man From Arizona" is un
derlined for next Monday night.
You'll' be proud to be an Arizonlan
after seeing this comedy.
The Columbia balcony Is the pop
ular spot with hundreds of people
who are limited in their spendings.
If you would know where the peo
ple of Phoenix go to spend the even
ing, visit the Columbia and see for
Those who come to the Columbia
tonight will see more for their ad
mission, be it : either 10, 20 or 30
cents, than is ordinarily provided for
a dollar. - - '
bills will keep the attention of the
lawmakers on the subject.
One of the main purposes of the
survey is to determine whether it is
better to undertake the work under
the Carey act or by federal appropriation.
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FOR EARLY FALL
A MOVING PICTURE SCOOP FOR THE
We take pleasure in announcing the most interesti ng Film of modern times, to be shown every Tues
day and Friday in addition to our regular service. It is the ' ,
Pathe Semi - Weekly War News
which takes the place of Pathe's Weekly Positively the very latest world news in Moving Pictures.
Read about the war in the newspapers and see the
Latest War News Twide a Week
as it really is. This service is secured at a big expense and Is an added attraction at the Lion with
out any advance in prices. Remember the days. ' '
1 000 Feet Every Friday
SEE IT TODAY
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PRETTY WEDDING AT
I OF R. L HAYES
Miss Edna Hayes Becomes Bride of
Thomas E. Thorpe
Miss Edna Hayes, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Hayes and Thomas
E. Thorpe, secretary of the Arizona
State Pharmaceutical Association,
were married at four o'clock yester
day afternoon at the home of the
bride's parents, 335 East Jefferson
street, Rev. H. L. Jenkins of the
Prescott Episcopal church, read the
impressive service. . .
The house throughout was attract
ively decorated In a green and white
color scheme, expressed in an ; ar
tistic arrangement of pepper boughs,
ferns and roses. Miss Hayes made
a charming bride in an exquisite
gown of white crepe meteor and rare
old lace. She carried an arm bou
quet of roses and ferns. Miss Jen
nie Renaud was bridesmaid and C.
E. Mason acted as best man.
An artistically appointed supper
followed the ceremony, covers being
laid for the relatives and few friends
who were present at the wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Thorpe will pass their
honeymoon at the Grand Canyon and
be at home in a fortnight at 910 East
Mrs. Thorpe is a popular member
of the younger set and has been
much feted . since the announcement
of her engagement in the spring.
She is an officer in Purity Temple,
Pythian Sisters. . . - .
Mr. Thorpe is connected with tne
Reeve Drug company and belongs to
Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias
and is a well-liked member of the
r.ih Rondeau. ' the Minneapolis
backstop recently purchased by the
Washington club, has a batting aver
age of .293 in the American associa
tion. He was turned over to the
Millers by the Detroit Tigers last
.Ton Fox. the Brooklyn boxer, has
sprung a new one on the boxing
world. . He gets his. fighting inspira
tion from encouraging words spoken
by his father and mother, who sit at
the ringside at every bout In whicn
he takes part.
der who kisses the feet of the man on
the round above him. and kicks at tne
man on the round below him.
After the Brooklyn Superbas asked
waivers on Ed Reulbach the big
pitcher settled down and has now
become a consistent winner.
(Continued on Page Eleven)
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conviction of anyone stealing the Ari
zona Republican from the front yards
of any of our subscribers.
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Professional &nd Business
NORFLEET AND CRONE, contract
drillers, Maricopa, Ariz.; drilling In
all Us branches; water wells; air
holes for mines; prospect drilling;
estimates furnished; drilling any
place; any time. 9g
CHIROPODIST, corns removed, 60
cents each;-bunions, moles, warts, eta.
removed by electricity. 39 East Adams,
Frank Shirley. Phone 1704. tf
Though the wiera, ghost-Uke fig
ures which adorn he lac tunic of
this black satin model give one the
shivers,k the frock, because of its
novelty, promises to become . the
vogue this fall. . . .
Billy, while being reprimanded by
his teacher for some misdemeanor.
sat down, leaving her standing. Sho
reminded him that no gentleman
should scat himself while the lady.
with whom he was conversing re
mains standing. "But this, is a lec
ture," replied Billy, "and I am the
audience." Cleveland Leader.
Them mav be a lot of credit due a
man's wife, but she usually demands
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF ARIZONA, IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
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 bo 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 Arlsw'
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,
. .... Clerk.
By W. S. WILSON,
Deputy Clerk. . L i
C. P. LEE successor to Lee and
Plunkett 309 National Bank of Ari
zona Building, Accounting, A"-1
Systematizing. Will open and close
Books of Account and make up
Analytical Statements and reports, tf
Undertaking and Embalming
EASTERLING & WHITN ET Un
dertakers and Embalmers. 213 West
Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona, tf
Another Straw, Sir?
We offer any straw hat that we have
left for .:
Lots of good ones here now there won't
be so many tomorrow when men get wind
of this sale.
All Silk Hats $1.00 f
Values to $1.50 r
LAST CALL " m
Save $5 to $15 on your new Suit $
25 Discount on Trousers
25 Discount on Silk Shirts :
Children's Rompers, 25c f
Men's Oxfords Reduced
See Our Windows ' i'
Arizona's Greatest Store for Men and Boys
AUTO TIME TABLE
FIKE'8 AUTO STAGE LIN El
. Phoenix -Tempe-Mesa-Chandler
Leave Phoenix Leave Mesa
7.00 a. m. 7.00 a. m.
8.00 " 8.00 "
9.00 1.00 "
10.00 - 10.00 "
11.00 1L00 "
12.00 - 12.00 "
1.00 p. m. 1.00 p. m.
1.00 " z.00 "
t.00 " 1.00 "
1.00 " 6.00 "
f.00 " 100 "
7.00 " 7.00 "
1.00 " 8.00 " !
10.10 " 0.00 "
Leave Mesa Leave Chandlei
8.00 a. m. 7.80 a. m.
10.00 " 8.S0 "
12.00 " 11.20 "
S.00 p. m. 1.80 p. m.
4.00 " ' 8.80 "
6.00 6.30 "
Flke'a Auto Livery Phons 414
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
ELECTRIC CARPET CLEANER
CARPETS CLEANED Telephone
733, Electric Carpet Cieanera. tf
C. P. 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
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO.
35 East Adams; Overland 670. tf
SANITARY hand laundry, rough dry
35 doz.; each bundle washed separately.
ironing also. Phone 2g76. 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 Awe. Phoenix
MOHN, JJRISCOLL & 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
' :i ; ICE CREAM
WONDERFULLY RICH. PURE
VELVET ICE CREAM, order from na.
use phone. Sanichas. Phone 697. tf
PASTURES FOR RENT
WANTED Horses to pasture.
well water, shade. Chas. R. Barnes,
Grand Canal and Ave. 17. Phone
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 1728 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
Transfer and Storage
Lightning Delivery Co.
Pioneer Transfer Co.
ANY KIND OP HAULING
"Quick as a Flash"
42 South Central Ave.
Phones 594 and 1126
A. A. Betts. V. P. tf
LET YOUR MOVE BE OUR MOVE
CHAMBERS TRANSFER CO. PHONE
I Acres alfalfa new five room' brick, near Center street
10 Acres planted to grape fruit, near car line.
20 Acres with cottage adjoining Glendale.
5 to 20 Acres alfalfa on car line.
40 Acres alfalfa at 1150 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 West Adami Street
IN AUGUST ARE BEST
OPFERS YOU REST
And Its Beaches
And Exposition Buildings
- Tickets on Sale Daily.
Final Limit November 30th, 1914.
Liberal Stopover Privileges.
1228-427. - 26 S. 2ND AVE. OPP-
COURT HOUSE. , tf
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