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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1014
PAGE THREE
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OUR SERVICE MEAlfS
Quality--Accuracy--Promptness
DR. E. MUNSON
Arizona's Leading Optician and Optometrist
118 W. Washington St.
A Surface grinding plant on the premises insures
prompt delivery and a short wait.
GBCAT GMN IN WATER
BANK IN LAST WEEK
'J
Inn ins the past seven days thera
lias been a steady gain in the Roose
ilt ieservoir of such an amqunt of
water as to bring smiles to the faces
't tile farmers of the valley. For the
lasl four days flood waters from the
Verde have been piling down the
river to such an extent that all lands
can get all the water needed, while
several hundreds of ace feet havej
leen going over the wasteway at the
tiranite Reef dam and thence on to
the sea.
In seven days the net gain in the
reservoir totals over 23,000 feet, to be
i xac t 23.S62 acre feet, including the
pain of yesterday of 4393. This is
enough to supply water to 23,862
acres for halt a year. The present
height of the reservoir is gveater
than at any time this year since the
July 2j. In other words the entire
amount of the water used from the
leservoir since that date has been
recovered by reason of the storage of
the rainfall on the watershed duving
the past two weeks.
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WHAT WILU WOOL CLIP BE?
The department of agriculture is
anxious to find out all it can about the
wool crop of Arizona this year, and has
in consequence called upon the board
i trade for assistance sending at the
same time a series of questions the
tsamc as those sent out to every listed
vo"l grower in the state, asking for
particular data.
Last year the wool clip in the state
Mas 713.05 pounds divided naturally
Mith the greater poundage in the
northern part of the state. "What will
be the poundage this year?" is the
question that is aggitating the department.
GOV. WEST RETRENCHES
associated press dispatch
SALEM, Ore., Sept. 2. Because the
incidental fund of his office is ex
hausted, Governor West has ordered
his telephones disconnected, and an
nounced that persons from outside
who might wish to communicate with
him must prepay wire tolls or post
age both ways. The governor said
the last legislature failed to provide
sufficient funds for expenses.
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JAP CRUISER WATCHFUL
ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 2 After
hovering off the Golden Gate nearly
all day at distances varying from
four to fifteen miles, the Japanese
cruiser Idzumo picked up a small
launch whether one of her own or
one from land could not be seen.
She put to sea under full steam,
headed due west.
INVESTIGATE LUMBER DEALERS
associated pri.ss dispatch
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 2. The
federal grand jury today began in
vestigation in the Pacific coast lum
ber trades at the vequest of John W.
Preston, United States attorney, who
charges that the producers, jobbers
and retailers of the coast are parties
to agreements in restraint of trade
under the Sherman anti-trust act.
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NEVADA PRIMARY RETURNS
FRISCO FAIR NOT
TO BE POSTPONED
That there is no intention on the
part of the management of postpon
ing the Panama-Pacific exposition is
the statement of P. H. Thorne, re
porter of the supreme court, who has
just returned from a month's stay in
San Francisco.
"Only one nation has withdrawn
its exhibit on account of the Euro
pean war, and practically all the
South American countries have dou
bled their appropriations," said Mr.
Thorne yesterday. "Germany had
never officially decided to participate,
and practically every other nation is
going right ahead with its exhibit.
"San P.-ancisco Day has been full
of shipping held up by the war, but
most of the boats are going out now,
as the Pacific is considered to be
practically safe. Just before Japan
declared war on Germany, a Japanese
cruiser put into the harbor, and was
loaded with coal and provisions
enough to last for a long voyage.
Both the Leipzig and Nuremberg also
called for coal at San Francisco re
cently." . While at 'Frisco, Mr. Thorne com
piled the material for volume 15 of
the Arizona reports, which is now in
the hands of the printer. The re
port covers the work of the supreme
court since October 1, 1913.
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MEXICO DOING NICELY
DENVER DRAWS
TAX OFFICIALS
Economists from All Over
the Country to Gather at
Colorado Capital Next
Week Arizona Repre
sented on Program
associated press dispatch J ,
WASHINGTON, Sept. 2. Confi
dent that a general election in Mex
ico will be held soon, the president
and Secretary Bryan have expressed
to Carranza their satisfaction with
the rapid progress being made in re
storing tranquility in the southern
republic. Although they realize that
reconstruction days will be fraught
with many delicate situations, ad
ministration officials are convinced
that the present government is rap
idly acquiring stability, and Relieve
no counter revolution of importance
is to be expected.
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TO CONTROL PANAMA HARBORS
associated tress dispatch
RENO. Sept. 2. Incomplete re
turns from yesterday's primaries
show the renomination of Congress
man Roberts on the republican tick
et, and Leonard Fowler of Reno,
democratic nominee for congress.
Emmett Boyle was nominated for
governor on the democratic ticket to
oppose Gov. Oddie. republican.
associated press disptch
PANAMA, Sept. 2. An important
treaty by the terms of which the
United States gains control of the
waters of the harbors of Colon and
Ancon, together with certain other
valuable rights, was signed by Wil
liam Jennings Trice, American min
ister, and Ernesto Lefevre, Panama
secretary of foreign relations. The
new convention has been under ne
gotiations for the last four years.
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DEFEAT AUSTRIANS
associated press dispatch
CETTINJE, via London, Sept. 2.
Although numerically inferior, the
Montenegrins defeated the Austrians
near Bilek in Bosnia. General Voko
vitch. according to the announcement
has taken the offensive and is march
ing on Tchainitch in pursuit of the
Austrians.
Reasons Why
; the next time you order
"corn flakes" you should specify
Post Toasties
They arc perfect flakes thin as paper each flake the "sweet meat" of the
choicest white corn grown in the Mississippi Valley.
This food comes to you fresh, in sanitary packages, sealed tight, and with
an Inside Container to keep contents right.
Post Toasties have a dainty, corn flavour unusual to common corn flakes
this due to skilful cooking and toasting, which imprisons the oven-fresh
goodness and saves it for your breakfast or lunch
Toasties are good hot or cold; sarved with cream and sugar also fresh fruit
in season. To get a special richness of flavour in this distinctly American
dish, warm in open oven before serving. Heat unseats this dainty flavour
for your appetite. A superb food always appetizing! 1 1
No advance in price of Post Toasties
the Superior Corn Flakes
STORE OPEN ALL DAY TODAY THURSDAY
5000 YARD L. L. UNBLEACHED MUSLIN, YARD 6c
Tailor-Made Tub Skirts
Skirts made of Natural Linen, Oyster Linen, Plain Linen, Pique and Rice
Cloth. Every one this season's style. No reserve. Your choice V price.
3000 YARDS SOFT FINISH BLEACHED MUSLIN 6y2c
With final plans for the eighth an
nual conference of the National Tax as
sociation practically completed, tax of
ficials and economists from all over
the country are preparing to assemble
at Denver next week. A special train
will be run over the Burlington road
from Chicago, arriving in time for the
opening of the session September S.
Owing to the primary election in this
state, the Arizona delegation, consist
ing of Tax Commissioners C. M. Zan
der and Charles R. Howe and Prof. H.
A. E. Chandler of the state university
will not leave until the evening of Sep
tember 8 arriving in time for the later
sessions of the conference.
The program this year contains a
number of important matters among
which are the taxation of Express com
panies; a discussion of the matter of
license fees on foreign corporations;
and suggestions for uniformity among
the states in the taxation of securities
and moveable tangible property.
Three notable sessions will be held on
subjects which are occupying public at
tention at the present time. One of
these will be devoted to the discus
sion of the federal income tax. This
will be an important occasion not only
on account of the subject-matter but
because of the personnel of the partici
pants. These will include Congressman
Hull, the author of the law; Deputy
Commissioner of Internal Revenue
Luther F. Speer; Mr. Frank Trumbull,
chairman of the board of directors of
the C. & O. Ry., who has devoted a
large amount of thought to the matter
from the standpoint of the railways and
A. C. Rearick, Esq., of New York City,
who acted as chairman of a sub-com
mittee of the conference of railroad
ounsel throughout their consideration
of the law. Professor E. R. A. Selig
man of Columbia University, the lead
ing authority on the subject, as well
is many ether students and profes
sional iren especially interested will be
present and participate in the discus
sion.
Anot'iic- important session will be
devoted 'o the consideration of Effi
ciency and economy in governmental;
tffairs, participated in by such well j
Itnown authorities as Dr. Wm. II. Al-;
en of the bureau of municipal research,'
John L. Coulter o the federal census
bureau and E. Dana Durand, former1
director of the census. The practical
piesticns will center about the facts
.is to increase in expenditures; the pro- j
i-ricty ol checking them and the means
and methods of doing this.
A third session of interest will be
devoted to a consideration of the
movements in recent years towards in
crease in land taxation involving a cri
tical review of experiments along (his
line both in Canada and in the X'nited
States. Professor Clark of the Uni
versity of Manitoba, F. J. Dixon of
Winnipeg, F. C. Wade, K. C. of Van
couver and G. J. Knapp of Colorado
Springs will participate ampng others
in this discussion.
Arizona will be represented at this
session by Chairman C. M. Zander of
the Arizona state tax commission who
will read a paper on the subject, "Tax
ation of Metalliferous Mines."
Professor E. R. A. Seligman of Co
lumbia University is president of the
association and T. S. Adams, tax com
missioner of Wisconsin is secretary.
The directors und members comprise
practically all of the leading econo
mists and tax officials of this country,
representatives of the leading taxpay
ers, railroads, etc., and a large num
ber of lawyers, bankers and leading
citizens In this country, Canada and
abroad.
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TURKISH MOBILIZATION IS EX
PLAINED Ambassador Says Preparations Are
Not for War With Greece
Lingerie, Middy and Tailored Waists
Youir Choice 4-9c
Actual values up to $2.00; some slightly soiled from handling. Both high
and low neck, long and short sleeves; sizes up to 4G.
500 YARDS BEST QUALITY TABLE OIL CLOTH, YARD 19c
men's $3 to $4
Per Pair $1.95
All leathers, including Patent Kid, Yici, Russia Calf and dun Metal. Pumps
have fancy buckles. Oxfords, both button and lace models; choice, $1.95.
1500 YARDS SEASIDE PERCALE, 36 INCHES WIDE, YARD 120
,'s S3
to $4 High-Grade
Per Pair $2.42
Principally Douglass and other classy makes, both button and lace models,
in Patent Colt, Gun Metal, Russia Calf and Yici; all sizes in the lot.
50 DOZEN EXTRA LARGE BATH TOWELS, 40c QUALITY
,29c.
en's $3.SO to $4SO High-Grade Shoes
Principally Douglass, Smith-Wallace and 'other high-grade shoes, both but
ton and Bluchcr models, in Patent Colt, Russia Calf, Gun Metal and Yici;
all sizes.
SEE DISPLAY OF SPECIAL YALUE SHOES IN OUR SHOW WINDOW.
IT IS GREAT
fcV Diamond & Bro. Pfioenrx-fnzy
"Of 219 M MfcRiVoi5l
if iiiyi
time carried the dynamite which they
did not use in blasting from the mines.
Search for Muckie MacDonald con
tinued during the night. At 10 o'clock
a detail of picked men was sent out in
automobiles to run down a clew in
which Major Donahue placed great
faith.
Regimental baggage was received to
night from Helena and additional mi
litiamen arrived. Two searchlights
were put into commission, one of them
on top of the court house able to sweep
the tops of the buildings in the busi
ness center.
CLAYTON ANTITRUST
(Continued From Page One)
the amount of more than $50,000 in
any one year, unless purchases are
made after competitive bidding under
the regulations of the interstate com
merce commission. A penalty of
two years' imprisonment and 525,000 j
fine was fixed.
Another provision makes it a fel- j
ony for olticiais of common carrier
corporations wilfully to misapply or
pevmit misapplication of the funds
of a corporation, and the penalty is
not less than a ?500 fine or impris
onment for not less than one or
more than ten years, or both.
The section dealing with court pro
cedure provides that no injunction
shall issue between employers and
employes in labor disputes unless ne
cessary to prevent injury to property
or propert rights, and no such order
shall prohibit the right of employes
to strike or peacefully to persuade
others to do so.
Disobedience of writs subjects of
fenders to contempt proceedings, the
accused in direct cases being granted
trial by jury.
President Wilson will delay his se
lection of members of the new trade
commission until after the measure
has been harmonized with the Clay
ton bill by the conference reports.
He has not considered any names as
yet.
A SKIN OF BEAUTY 18 A JOY FORIVtW
Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
Oriental Cream
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
2 c2 HcmnT.i Tin, Pimples,
r recklea. Moid patches.
Rash and Skin Diseases,
and every blemt.h oa
beaut, aod defies de
tection. It has stood
the teat of 66 years, and
ia so barm less we taste
it to be sure it is pro
perly made. Accept no
counterfeit of similar
name. Dr. L A. Snyre
said to a lady of the
hautton (a patient):
As yoa ladles wilt use
them, I recommend
Gouraud Cream
least nartnfnl of all the skin preparations'"
At Drue-Kists ano ueparuneni stores
. Hopkins & Sao, Preps., 37 Great Jeoes St, I.T. u
as the
Ferd.T.
associated press dispatch
WASHINGTON, Sept. 2. The ob
ject of the mobilization of Turkish
troops was described in a statement
today by the; Turkish ambassador,
Rustem Bey.
'Turkish mobilization, which start
ed about a month ago, not quite re
cently, as yesterday's telegrams make
one think, has brought to arms not
200,000 men, as mentioned in the
same dispatches, but probably over
00,000," stated the ambassador.
"This operation is not meant to
allow Turkey to attack Greece, her
differences with Greece being the
smallest of her concerns today. She
has to prepare in view of other and
more important contingencies."
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JAPS LAND AT LUNG KOW
associated press dispatch
PEKIN, Sept. 2. Japan landed be
tween ten and fifteen thousand troops
from eighteen transports. at Lung Kow,
a newly opened port about 100 miles
north of Tsing Tau. That it is de
clared was done in violation of China's
neutrality. .
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MILITIA READY IN BUTTE
(Continued From Page One)
Tremendous Results
of this $ale
and girls under 18 years from being
on the streets at night. Women, un
accompanied are requested not to ap
pear on the streets. All public meet
ings have been prohibited but certain
organizations will be allowed to meet
if they obtain permits. - Theaters are
allowed to remain open. One play
house, however, decided to close for
ftle week. .
The mines of Butte worked as usual
but when the miners came to the sur
face after completing their shifts they
were searched for dynamite. It has
been reported that the miners for some
Means We Must
Close Thursday to
Rearrange Stook
Such huge sales have been made that our shipping
department has simply been swamped, and with our
sidewalks blocked with outgoing furniture and our
warehouse stock to place on the floor, we have decided
to close Thursday to rearrange matters. .
Sheppard Furniture Co,
322-326 E. Washington St.

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