Newspaper Page Text
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1914 Arizona School of Music Eleventh Year Opens Monday, Sept. 14, 1914 Registration of Pupils Begins Sept. 10 Unexcelled Faculty CLAUDE GOTTHELF Head of Piano Department, with six expe rienced assistants. WILLIAM CONRAD MILLS Director of Vocal Department. FRANK LLOYD STUCHAL Violin. MRS. R. T. HARRISON Mandolin, Mandocello, etc. J. W. ROEBUCK ' Guitar. MARY EDNA STYLES Expression and Dramatic Art. MARY MILDRED SMITH French. HELEN BEATRICE CRANE Dancing. MRS. LUTHER STEWARD Public School Music and Piano Teacher's Normal Course. Public School Music Course Diploma Accredited by State Board of Education. Children's Primary Training Department for All Children Under 12 Years of Age. Terms of Tuition Extremely Reasonable for Advantages Offered. Call or write for a"' "J J The Saxon, $470 Here Absolutely the Best Two Passenger Car Built The Saxon car today is the best two-passenger automobile in the world at anywhere near its price. It has more room than any other; it is more comfortable to ride in; it is better looking; it has better materials; it is more up-to-date in design; it has plenty of power for all emergencies and all road conditions; and it can be kept running for less cost per mile than any other car. More than 6500 Saxons now in use in own ers' hands throughout the country are averaging from 28 to 36 miles per gallon of gasoline. They are simple, durable, and perfectly safe to handle; impossible to back-kick with this motor. Phone 1213 for demonstration. C. L. Fauber 227 N. Central Ave. SWARD OIL PUNT IS New State Headquarters in West Phoenix Will Soon Be Under Roof; Brick Work Finished With the completion of brick work on the Standard Oil company's new plant in Christy acres this week, the work of getting the new buildings under roof already has begun. Most of the roofing material has already been unloaded from cars on the company's new spur track from the Santa K- The new office building, which faces north on West Filmore street, is of red brick, trimmed in concrete, and when completed will be a hand some additicn to that part of the city. The main warehouse, also of led brick, is located Just west of the Santa Fe tracks. This building is partially under roof, with the load ing platforms on the north and west already completed. The company's stables at the rear of the property are now nearing completion, and as soon as the plant is ready for business the company's products will be handled locally from the new state headquarters. Founda tions for seven storage tanks ave now ready, and as soon as the new ones arrive they will be put in place. The two tanks now being used for storage will be emptied and moved to the new plant in West Phoenix. ACTIVE DEMAND FOR GOOD CITY PROPERTY Barnhard and Clement Office Reports a Number of Sales of Property In and Around Phoenix The continued increase in the de mand for city property was reflected this week in a number of deals report ed by K. D. McDonald of the Barnhard & Clement Real Estate company. Among the transfers effected was the sale of a house and lot in Rose lawn addition for Mr. Cooper, a resi dence on East Monroe to J. O. Sexson, and a lot in East Evergreen for Mr. Hamilton to A. F. Clauson, who will erect & fine home in the near future. Other transfers of the week included a residence in Thomas Place for George Crandall to Mrs. Fannie Reuter, and three lots in the same addition to J. O. Morales, Eva Crandall and Dr. Bradbury. A house and lot went to C. W. Darby, and an apartment house on East Jefferson street was sold for Mrs. Thompson to Joe Dutton. TONY BRIGHT RETURNS Tony Bright of the Bright Realty company, returned yesterday after having spent four weeks with Mrs. Bright at the Grand Canyon and at the San Diego beaches. Mrs. Bright re turned with friends to the coast and will not return until the middle of September. Mr. Bright, who has been a keen student of the business condi tions of the west, states that he prefers to cast his lot in Phoenix to any other place that he knows of. o Ask for "Maricopa" butter. 30c. Advertisement. It LADIES! SECRET TO DARKEN GRAY HAIR Bring Back its Color and Lustre With Grandma's Sags Tea Recipe. Common garden sage brewed into a heavy tea with sulphur and alco hol added, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark and luxuriant; remove every bit of dan druff, stop scalp itching and falling hair. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sulphur at home, though, is trouble some. An easier way is to get the ready-to-use tonic, costing about 50 cents a large bottle, at drug stores, known as "Wyeth's Sage and Sul phur Hair Remedy," . thus avoiding a lot of muss. While wispy, gray, faded hair Is not sinful, we all desire to retain our youthful appearance and attractive ness. By darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, no one can tell, because it does it so na turally, so evenly. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning all gray hairs, have disap peared. After another application or two your hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy, goft and luxuriant and you appear years younger. (Advertisement.) Try A Republican Want Ad. Three of a Large Number of Build ings Started. Others to Follow In Rapid Succession Building operations on a large scale are now under way in Oakland, the popular new subdivision two blocks north i of the state capital. Greene & Griffin are the moving spirit in a syndicate composted of the best known builders in Phoenix who will construct a large number of homes in Oakland. This movement is a proper step in the right direction, as it is a well known fact among realty men as well as the returning tourists that modern houses are scare right now in Phoenix. It is hoped to have at least a dozen of these homes ready for the late fall demand. Claud W. Cisney is in charge of the work and his reputation as a builder of sub stantial homes is a guarantee that Oakland will be improved with a grade of homes that will be a credit alike to it and the city. These first three to get under way will be of brick with plaster finish and will be of mission design both interior and exterior. They will be a close ap proach to a six room house on ac count of the convenience enclosed in the large screen sleeping room in stead of porch, this with the other two bed rooms, bath, living room and dining room will when finished be a larger house than is usual and of a newer type of homes that should prove popular. All lots in Oakland are sixty foot wide and with the reasonable re strictions imposed and its conven ience to the capitol and car line, there is no reason why it should not build up rapidly. The entire Capitol section has had a wonderful growth the past few years. Homes of the best have been built by the score, its desirability Is admitted and the addition of a large tract like Oakland with its splendid improve ments is bound to bring the entire western part of Phoenix still more favorably to the front. Several recent lot purchasers are having plans prepared and as soon as these are completed work will commence and this in addition to the work already contracted for will make Oakland the busiest spot in Phoenix. o EARLY FALL BUSINESS SHOWS MANY SALES Average a Sale a Day the Past Week. Two Houses In Bonnie View. Three Lets in Capitol Addi tion and One in Ashland. The following are the telegrams sent and received, about which there has been so much discussion. Phoenix, Arizona. August 28, 1914. THE PRESIDENT, Washington, D. C. senator Smith hi making his cam paign here and standing in every particular by your administration. I, representing many of his friends and without his solicitation, would' like a word from you expressing your opinion and feeling of Senator Smith's return to the senate. JOHN L. IRVIN. The White House, Washington. D. C. September 4, 1914. MR. JOHN L. IRVIN, Phoenix, Ariz. I am very glad to reply to your In quiry. I should regard it as a very serious loss to the public service if Senator Smith should not be return ed to the senate. His record here speaks for Itself, but I can say that throughout I have been strengthened by his support and have come to feel a dependency upon it which makes me sincerely anxious to see him re turned. WOODROW WIL-SON, The past week has been a busy one for Greene & Griffin. Something moving every day is the best indica tion that the early fall business has got under way. In Bonnie View where the Home Builders are build ing their second row of seven houses. The firm closed up the sale of the first house on the southeast corner of Ninth street and Brill street. The price of this home was $J50n. It is a pretty plastered brick and will be finished the latter part of the week. It looked good enough to the buyer to buy on sight and was taken at once. The house next to it is also near the finishing point and the buyer de cided to take it before some one else fancied it. The purchase price was $250. This makes the ninth house in this one block the Home Builders have sold. The reasonable terms and well built appearance of the houses have been big factors in mak ing these properties move so fast. The Home Builders are finishing five more which makes every lot in the block occupied with a house. All yards are fenced which helps to give a compact appearance to me diock. Every house is equipped with a solar heater, all porches and steps are of cement and no two houses are aliks on the exterior. Three lots were sold in the Capitol addition on which three houses will be built details of which will be heard latter. In the new Ashland tract a lot was taken on which a home will be built later. The de mand for renting houses is becom ing more active on account of the returning tourists and will be' strong ly felt in the real estate business for the next two weeks as many families are figuring on returning in time to send their children to school so that an extra demand will be noticed which will be followed by the call for homes from the early eastern visitors who will be here in large numbers this year. o GRIMSHAW APARTMENTS READY FOR TENANTS The Grimshaw apartments at the corner of Fourth avenue and Bennett Lane have just been finished by Clin ton Campbell, and are ready for oc cupancy, in fact Mrs. Olive A. Grim shaw, the owner of the apartments has moved into the one she has se lected ,for her own residence. The apartments are among the most up-to-date in Phoenix. They are of four rooms each, with hardwood floors. The bathrooms are finished a most chaste white. Buffet and beds are built in. AH are' equipped with solar heaters, hot and cold water, steam heat, and gas in every room. No such apartments as the Grimshaw are go ing to remain vacant long in Phoenix. -o Ask for "Maricopa" Advertisement. ! o butter. 30c- lt If you are tired of chuck holes, vote for Brooks for supervisor. Advertise ment, P PRICE OF LIVING Everything is ..going up vegetables, butter, eggs, meats, fruit,' etc. Why not raise your vegetables chickens eggs fruit, and with a cow to give milk, cream and butter, you can Cut In Half The high price of living. You are thenly one who can do it, and the road to health and independence can be found' in , MEADOWBROOE Acre tracts in alfalfa, on the car line $350 to $350. Terms: $50 down, $15 month. ' , n. Phone 709 "We will help you to build. GREENE & GRIFFIN 127 N. Central Ave. DEAD AND WOUNDED IN TRENCHES OUTSIDE THE CITY OF LIEGE , ps '1 i. ..s .picture gives a faint idea of the terrible carnage wrought at the battle of Liege. It a lull in the fighting, and shows dead and wounded Belgians in the trenches. was taken during TODAY AND TOMORROW s n2 3 Offers Recreation, Amusement and Diversion that cannot be found elsewhere, the joys of the seashore and the woods plus the comforts and conveniences of home. It has never been more lovely than now. TODAY there will be water sports and special entertainment. RAFFLES will be there. If you find him you get Five Dollars. He will also bury Five Dollars. Keep it if you find it. Alden's Concert Band will be there, too. V 1 o) IB 3 Will be the excuse for a great celebration. The PHOENIX TRADES COUN CIL has prepared a splendid program of sports that will last all day. Music, Dancing and Movies. RIDE THE SLIDE CLIMB THE GREASY POLE SEE THE ANIMALS IN THE ZOO t In the evening there will be a YOU SEE IT ALL FOR 10 CENTS Don't forget the ball games Hayden vs. Phoenix to'day and tomorrow. Some scrap!