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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1911 WHY NOT HAVE NORMAL SIGHT? Less headaches and no eye strain by having us examine your eyes and supplying correctly fit ting glasses. Northrup Optical Co. Successor to SWIGERT BROS. Optometrists & Opticians 9 Bast Adams St. Prescription lenses ground In our own shop. yu'Lririny"i-i-i-i-i-rrri" SALT RIVER VALLEY MONU MENTAL WORKS V. E. Lindsay, Prop. 409 West Washington St Arizona granite as well u all other granite used. Phnna 1323 for TtrlfM AUTOMOBILE TIME TABLE GLOBE-PHOENIX. STAGE Quicker and cheaper than train fare. Globe, $15; 25 round trip. Leaves daily at I L 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'a Bmoke House. W. A. Hill, Prop., 28 N. Second Ave. Arizona Grocery Co. Daily Bulletin of Prices 5c pkgs. Crax, 6 for. .25c 10c pkgs. Crax, 3 for. 25c Lemon Snaps, 6 for. .25c Ginger Snaps, 6 for. .25c Bulk Crax, per lb....7c By the box. t size wooden boxes "Crax ....50c 15c pkgs. ("rax, 2 for. 25c 331 E. Washington St. Phone 455 Alarm Clocks $1.00 to $2.50 Also complete stock of Ingersoll Watches W. R. Wayland, Mgr. Goodrich Block. Phone 591 Worth Knowing! I in Phoenix is the TMtnuiauc. motorcycle dcuuskv- isiwt.&jmns WHEN YOU HAVE ANY PRINTING DONE SEE THAT THIS Is on It or that It Is none by one of the firms below, who are entitled to use it: ARIZONA REPUBLICAN ARIZONA GAZETTE ARIZONA 8TATE PRESS CAPITOL PRINTING CO. MESA TRIBUNE WATKINS PRINTING CO. SOCIALIST BULLETIN., THE QUALITY PRESS (Signed) Label Committee REX ALL For Picture Framing go to BALKE'S The Big Curio on Adams Street - - Of Local Interest STORED WATER SUPPLY Water service department report for Sept. 8: Elevation pf water in reservoir feet - 120.30 Contents of reservoir, acre ft.. 200,463 Gain preceding 24 hours, acre feet 261 Normal flow of Salt and Verde rivers at Granite Reef dam, M. I 42,300 Normal flow water for lands up to year excess Amount of water used for irri gation, north side, M. 1 33,440 Amount of water used for irri gation, south side, M. 1 29,950 o LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY 6a.m. 6 p.m. Temperature, degrees 72 96 Sensible temperature 65 69 Humidity, per cent 68 24 Wind direction E N Wind velocity, miles 2 5 Rainfall . 0 0 Weather Clr. Pt. cl'dy Highest temperature ......98 Lowest temperature 72 Mean relative humidity 46 Total rainfall 0 Excess in -temperature yesterday, 1 degree. Excess in temperaire since first of month, 8 degrees. Accumulated excess in temperature since January 1, 329 degrees. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .05 inches. Deficiency in rainfall since first of month, .21 inch. Accumulated deficiency in, vainfail since January 1, 2.58 inches. Data for Tucson Highest temperature yesterday ...94 Rainfall yesterday o ROBERT E. BRIGGS, Section Director. o - OFF TO LOS ANGELES H. B. Chenev of the Cement Workers' Co. left for Los Angeles on account cf the serious illness of his mother. UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS There are telegrams at the West ern Union for W. B. Irwin, Jo Brax ton, James F. Griswold, W. F. Rodg ers. Bill Hoffman. OVER AT GLOBE Mrs. Lightner. mother of "Eddie" Lightner, well known old timer of Phoenix, is leav ing for Globe, where her son-in-law M. F. Frie. is very ill. She will be away indefinitelv. DR. CARSON TO RAY Dr. H. R Carson of this city is going to re lieve Dr. Crawford, who will journey to Pittsburg to take six weeks' work n one of tiie great hospitals therr On his return Dr. Carson will jpen his new office In the Craig building. BACK FROM MOTORCYCLE TRIP Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Cotton return ed yesterday after an extended mo torcycle trip through the northern part of the state. While on their outing they visited the Grand Cas- yon and the petrified forest and spent some time in Flagstaff. FRESH DATES IN F. H. Sim mons, manager of the Tempe Co operative date orchard was in Phoe nix yesterday. He says the rhars dates are ripening nicely, and that although the crop is not a large one, the quality is excellent. The Tempe dates are now on sale here at Donofrio's and may also be bought at the farm, three miles south of Tempe. The deglet noor variety ars bearing very well this season, and will be on the market in about a month. EXTRA REGISTRATION The of fice of registration was kept busy yesterday issuing . certificates enab ling those who had changed residence since registering .to vote, notwith standing. - The contingency was fore seen and-arrangements were made to ke,ep tpe office open during the hours of polling. Over fifty persons availed themselves of the concession before the office was finally closed. The di vision of precincts put into force this year, - forming ten precincts where eight formerly existed, seems to have caused a good deal of confusion among voters in the districts af fected. , o Have you a boy or girl between the ages of 5 and 12 if so register them in the Primary Department at the Art- zona School of Music Thursday Sept, 10. Adv. bs o The EI Model Millinery has opened, 132 X. First Ave., Advertisement, bl o CONFERENCE CALLED There will be a Conference to the Voters who are supporting Eugene W. Chafin for the United States Senate, at the W. C. T. U. Hall, Phoenix, Arizona, September 10th, 1914 at 10 o'clock A. M. All such Voters both men and wo men are Invited. JOHN -VIX THOMAS Chairman CHARLES J. HALL. Secretary. (Advertisement) BATHING SUITS. Plnney ft Ko binson. (Advertisement.) TIME TABLE OF GLOBE-PHOENIX AUTO STAGE Phoenix 8 A. M. Globe-Miami 4 P. M. Stop-over Privilege Roosevelt Dam Fare one way $15.00' Round Trip $25.00 Largest and best equipment in tbe state. Cars operated by very careful and competent drivers. Our cars give you all the comforts of a Pullman. Phone us and we will call for you, Phone 414, 110 N. Central Ave, Phone 1658 or Commercial Hotel. Gila Valley Auto Transfer Co. COUNTY Fill ASSOCIATION Water Users Will Be Asked to Confer With Farmers Union Relative to Farm Advisor and Extension Work The formation of ja. County Farm er's Association was the topic of a lively discussion at a meeting of the Water Users' association board of governors yesterday afternoon. The sentiment favored the organization oi Farm Improvement Association for the purpose of securing a farm ad viser for the valley, as well as to promote educational and social acti- ities among the farmers. A com mittee was selected to confer with President Orme, of the Water Users' Association and the officers of the Farmers' Union concerning the methods of organization and to de cide on the dates of the two big farmers' meetings to be held in Phoenix and Mesa respectively. The committee is composed of Dr. J. C. Norton, president of the Arizona Farm Improvement Association; P. I. Edson, former president of the Coun ty Farmer's Institute; S. J. Jack of the Farmers' Union; W. J. Lewis, secretary of the Chandler Chamber of Commerce, and Prof. S. F. B. Moss, superintendent of the Agri cultural Extension Service of the University of Arizona. The board of governors, in their regular monthly meeting, yesterday morning, decided to send President Orme as the delegate of the associa tion to the interstate delegation meeting to be held at Helena, Mon tana, on October 1st. The secretary of the interior in a communication with the association relative to tne appointment or a board of review to consist of three members to look into the expendi tures on the project, suggested that this association- appoint one member. This is a local board which will act towards this particular project. The general board of review will be com posed - of Irrigation Supervisor O'Donnell, Gen. W. L. Marshall, con sulting engineer to the secretary, and a third member yet to be appointed. The board of trade request about pending money on the Roosevelt road, desiring to get permission from the reclamation service to fix up the roads for tourist travel, was endors ed by the association. o The Public School Music Diplomas from the Arizona School of Music are accredited by the State Board of Edu cation. Registration begins Thursdiiy Sept. 10. Advertisement. "bs LANEY DOING WELL Mr. and Mrs. E. 'F. Patton have ust returned from a vacation spent n San Francisco and oaKiana. .i Oakland they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Laney. The Phoenix friends of Mr. and Mrs. Laney will be glad to learn that they have pros pered since leaving Phoenix ten years ago. Mr. Laney is editor and publisher of the Inter-City Express, published in Oakland, California. He started his newspaper work in this valley as Tempe agent for the Ari zona Republican, later working on the reportorial staff of the Phoenix newspapers. Since being on the coast Mr. Laney has come to be known as one of the best newspa permen in that part of the country. o IS ON INCREASE Direct Connection With Paris is Diffi cult But Bills May be Drawn on Bordeaux ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH NEW YORK, Sept. 8. More confi dence in the financial situation was expressed by bankers. Direct connec tion with Paris is more diuicuit, mil the bankers with French connections are completing arrangements for draw ing bills on Bordeaux, the temporary- seat of the French government. For eign exchange was slightly easier. rates for cables and demand on London declining about 1 per cent, but ad vancing a trifle later in the day. The transfer of Jl.000.000 in gold to Canada was made by a local agent of a Cana dian bank. Local monev conditions are un changed as to rates, but the supply is more limited, Saturday's bank state ment, which was not up to the popular expectations, causing some of the lend ers to withdraw from the market. The most interesting item of routine news was the government crop reports as of September 1, which showed a decline of over 3 per rent in corn condition during the month and a decline of 7 per cent in spring wheat. The gov ernment's cotton report snows tne amount ginned for the 1914 crop had decreased to nearly one half as com pared with last year; ' 2 . Q ' The Arizona-. School of Music opens Monday September. 14, with a very fine voice department and as fine a teacher as we nave in ima pan ui mc twuuj- Registration begins Thursday Sept. 10, Adv. - " . bs GUNS for rent Plnney ft Robin' on. Advertisement. - o MIGHT HAVE DONE BETTER Fogg thinks that those Mexican me diators might have chosen a more ap propriate place than Niagara Falls. He points out. that there are thirty places In this land called. Concord, nineteen called Harmony, fifteen called Amity, not to speak of several Olive Branches, a. Peace and a Settle. Buffalo Herald. SOME SUMMERING I ARIZONIANS J. G. O'Malley, recently summering in Iron Springs, has' returned to Phoenix. O. R. Lindstrom, who has been spending the last three or four weeks in Clarkdale, is returning to Phoenix, and is expected daily. Dr. A. B. Nichols is back from Iron Springs where he spent the summer. S. M. Cotton of 1214 West Adams is now back in Phoenix after a pleasant summer at Flagstaff. C. B. Laird has returned to his residence on Palm Lane and the In dian school car line, from Iron Springs, where the summer wae spent. George A. Alkire has returned from Flagstaff after an extended stay in the north and is now at his famous "Alkire ranch," route 1, Glendale. Howard C. Powell, recently located at Ray, has returned to his home at Florence. George H. Libbey is at home at his ranch northeast of Phoenix after spending the summer at Janesville, Wisconsin. Mary E. Leverich of 1410 North Second street,, is at home after spending the summer at Janesville, Wisconsin. Mary E. Leverich of 1410 North Second ' street, is at home after spending his vacation at Flagstaff. Mrs. Ned Creighton is at home after spending the summer at Iron Springs. P. M. Fulto who has been lo cated for the summer in Oracle, has returned to Florence. Mrs. Howard S. Reed, who is spending the summer in the east is now at Reading, Mass. Mrs. H. P. DeMund is at home af ter an outing at Los Angeles and other coast points. - Mrs. p'rank E. Leeper has returned to her home on North Central ave nue, after spending the summer at Los Angeles. Mrs. Mary E. Craig ami daughter of Tempe have -returned from Pres- cott, after an extended stay at the Mile High City. Mrs. B. B. Moeur is now at her home in Tempe after summering in Prescott. Mrs. Pemberton of 316 West Roose velt street is at home after spending the summer at Iron Springs. J. E. Pothast of Glendale is at home after an extended stay at Ce dar Glade. o AMUSEMENTS 1 The Regale "The Secret of the Well," a sensa tional three reel Eclair drama of mystery, will be the feature offering today at the Regale theater, 210-212 East Washington street. With the beautiful hand-colored photography characteristic in this film, with the exquisite settings secured from many of the most delightful spots in India, with the splendid acting of a cast drawn f.'om ' the best theaters in Paris, this three-reel- photoplay will piove an unusually attractive .feature. The story disclosed is essentially one of adventure; it is a detective story of peculiar nature, chuck full of unique incidents, exciting action and mystery. "Whistling Hiram," a fron tier comedy, is the laugh producing part of the prog.'am and should ac complish all that is claimed for it Lillian's Dilemma The two-reel feature picture, "Lil lian's Dilemmi," which was run at the Lamara theater yesterday and will be repeated tjday, proved to be one of the most charming pictures thai has yet been seen at this popular amusement house. Lillian Walker and Willie Van are always a splendid did pair of drawing cards in the moving picture game, and any the ater that has a real good picture or them always has a large patronage. The Hearst News Pictorial yesterday and the Broncho Billy comedy were also greatly enjoyed by the c.-owds that visited the theater The Repub lican bulletins created a great im pression on account of their accu racy and completeness. Arizona Theater The excellent program of yester day will be repeated at the Arizona theater today. The splendid two-part Kalem feature picture, "The Express Messenger," attracted all sorts of fa vorable comment from the many pa trons of the house. Manager Havry Nace, who has been on the sick list for a day or two, was back on the job. This theater is giving splendid service to the patrons, who show their appreciation by crowding it ev ery night. "Snakeville's New Wait ress," proved to be a great laugh- producer. Marguerite Josun as Sohpie Clutts" was at he.- best. The educational picture, "Modes of Travel in Japan, was interesting. The won- Hygienic LILAC CREAM A delightful, absorbent, greaseless Cream. It pro tects the skin, which it softens and whitens. 25c The Busy Drug Store The San-Tox Store 550 Phone 660 The New Fall Suits For Men Are Now Ready. "Rogers Peet," "Adler Rochester," "Society Brand" Clothes McDougall and Cassou Square Diehl Shoes Are authoritative in style, Super ior in quality, ana elegant in ap pearance. tf you want footwear of which there there can be no whisper of luspicion regarding the authentic ity of style; no misgivings as to he superiority of quality, and no rival in elegance of appearance, we unhesitatingly recommend SQUARE DIEHL shoes. For men and women $3 tcj $8 For children $1.25 to $3.50 See our windows they reflect the newest Fall styles. H. A. Diehl Shoe Co. 8 W. Wash St: Tell Your Friends Elvey & Huletf s Drug Store Now Located in O'Neil Building N.W.Cor. Adams & 1st Ave. HAIR GOODS FOR 8ALE Ladies' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing, Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair Dressing; Expert Chiropodists, all foot troubles removed. Moles and warts removed by electricity. SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY Phone 1704 39 East Adamt Street der of the audience was that the im mense Japanese army could be so (iuickly mobilized with such antiquat ed methods of travel. Beneath the Czar The great Russian story in four parts which was to have been shown yesterday at the Plaza failed to ar rive, but Manager Cavaness managed to obtain a first-rate program for his ratrons. He will show the picture. "Beneath the Czar," today, which is regarded as particularly good news. In addition to this, he has a splen did Edison railroad story, 'The Pha:i tom Signal," which well illustrates the superstitions that are said to be long to railroad men. This will make six 'eels of feature pictures, which has been the policy of the Plaza for some considerable time. It is ap preciated by the movie fans of Photnix. Dick Says It's a Knockout Phoenix, Arizona, Sept. 8, 1914. Dear Jim: Tonight is election night .in the village, and I am sure the busy guy. Thought I'd snatch time though to drop you a line, to say that I was at the Empress last night. Some show. It's a knockout. Will write more tomorrow maybe, ' as soon as I get time to catch my breath. So Long, Dick. o Children and Adults who are timid and ill-at-ease in public should take Personal Culture lessons in class or private at the Arizona School of Mu sic. Registration begins Sept. 10. Ad vertisement. bs A beautiful Guest's Book, illustrated, and fullv dencribinrf Ln Ad,.l,. and surrounding territory for pleasure seekers and shoppers mailed FREE upon request. Address, HOTEL LANKERSHIM, MONEY TO LOAN Unlimited funds to loan on improved Salt River Valley Ranch Lands and Income Business Prop erty. Dvight B. Heard Real Estate, Insurance, Loans Center and Adams rmrr rirninrryvv"rrte Liulier Nut Bread Pure as the Drifted Snow Since 1881 Phoenix Bakery 7 W. Washington St. Hot Weather SPECIALS Roast Veal, Roast Pork, Roast Mutton, Chipped Beef, Boiled Ham, Pick led Lamb Tongue, Pickled Pig's Feet, Cooker Corn Beef. Tribolet's Market Opposite City Hall, 114 E. Wash ington St. Phones O 788. 789 AWSAAAAAAAAAAArVSAAAAAAAAAAAAAAArV 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. AMERICAN KITCHEN Regular Meals, 35 Cents. Short Orders All Night. 33 North Center, Phoenix. Yee Sing, Proprietor. REDEWILL MUSIC CO. Established in 1881 224 West Washington St. INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED Pianos Rebuilt and Refinished S'H'O'E'S and Hosiery That's all. Harry A. Drachman Shoe Co. 99. Wpst A rlams St. ism. Panama-Pacific Exposition You will go, of course. Why not start a special deposit account NOW to pay the expense. We pay interest. The National Bank of Arizona "Old . Reliable" Spend the Summer in LosAngelesM at 'n IJ-J.-I I 'I I nuiei LanKersnim YOU WILL ENJOY the restful refinement of the furnishings: the perfect service the people you meet: tne central location. European plan Popular prices. Free Auto mobiles meet trains. Write our correspond ence department for further information. Broadway at 7th, Los Angeles, Cal. Flagstaff, Ariz. Pointa of Interest Near Flagstaff Grand Canyon 65 miles Extinct volcanoes 18 miles Lava beds 18 miles Ice caves 16 miles Prehistoric cliff dwellings. 10 miles Cave dwellings ......10 miles Oak Creek trout stream. ..18 miles Montezuma's well B0 miles San Francisco peaks ....12 miles Elevation 13,900 feet.) Altitude of Flagstaff ....907 feet Prehistoric ruins 35 miles Natural Bridge 75 miles WHEN IN FLAGSTAFF Stop st the Commercial Hote Cbai. Prochnow, Mgr. Rates $1 up California Restaurant Under new management. Give us a trial! MACHINERY Machinery of all kinds built, re built or repaired. Best equipped shop in state. Only expert me chanics. Work guaranteed. OVERLAND AUTO COMPANY 326-328-330 N. Central AAAAAAAA'lAtA'WWVNAA'SA'AnAIWv ! E. S. WAKELIN CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS BENNETT LUMBER - COMPANY Everything In Lumber Lodge Notices 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. MAE ENGLE Pianist Teacher Accompanist Phone 796. 608 X. First St ANTHRACITE COAL FUEL OIL Best Lump Coal and Wood PHOENIX WOOD & COAL CO. South Third St. and Jackson St Phone 1235 lE&iOE I Hire a little salesman at The Re ' publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can.