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THE 'ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18,-1914
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fully guaranteed.
EZRA W. THAYER
"Everything in Hardware"
124-130 E. Washington St. 127-133 E.: Adams
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publican's Wall War Charts.
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orders have been filled.
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CENTS ADDITIONAL FOR POSTAGE.
These maps are given by The Arizona Repub
lican at cost, including Miscellaneous Expense, such
as expressage and mailing expense. Remit with post
stamps, money order, coin, or any sort of legal
tender.
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TODAY
The Arizona Republican
DAILY AND SUNDAY
IhE -5TAMDABD OF VAUDEVILLE I
A
3hoenix8ngmviM?(bmpany
MAKP IrUTS THAT PRINT
S. HARRY ROBERTSON
35 East Washington St. J Phone 1709
Amusements
A MOVING PICTURE TREAT
TODAY AND TOMORROW X
A Famous Player, Featuring .
Malcolm Williams
In the Great Drama -
"The Brute"
T
First Show at 7:15 ,
Two Complete Shows
Arizona Theater
LION THEATER
Today Two Reel Feature
"CAMEO OF THE YELLOWSTONE"
and Keystone Comedy
"LOVE AND BULLETS"
TONIGHT
CHORUS GIRLS'
CONTEST
In Addition to the Sea
son's Best Show
"Following
the Races"
$1.00 Show at
10c, 20c, 30a
Tomorrow Silver
Matinee
GAPT GOODMAN
QUITS 0. S. I. S,
After Twenty-two Years'
Continuous Service Su
perintendent of Indian
School Retires Will Live
Near Phoenix
Supt. C. W. Goodman of the United
States Indian school of Phoer.ix has
presented his resignation to Indian
Commissioner C'ato Sells to take ef
fect on October 31 next, when Capt.
Goodman will complete twenty-two
years of continuous service In the
Indian department of the United
States. Xo selection has been made
to fill the vacancy that will be cre
ated by the resignation of Capt.
Goodman.
This action of Capt. Goodman is
not taken hastily or inadvisedly. He
has been contemplating so doing for
some year or more ever since a
threatened nervous breakdown forced
him to the decision that he could no
longer continue the strain of the
management of so large an institu
tion. Capt. and Mrs. Goodman have
property here and ' will live on his
fruit farm on Park Road.
The retiring superintendent enter
ed the Indian service in 1892 as su
pervisor with headquarters at Chi
cago. After a short time in this
position he was transferred to the
Hopi reservation. Later he was
transferred to Pawnee. Oklahoma,
served there for four years going to
Chilococo school,' and coming to
Phoenix twelve years ago. During
that time he has seen' many im
provements in the school come as
the result of his endeavors. He has
received universally the support of
his superiors, as well as the cordial
and loyal assistance of the employes
of . the school.
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Official County Returns on Primary
Election Maricopa County
Powers, .T. T 3150
McClain, J. E 2896
Vaughn, Loren F 3587
Austin, A. G .'..'...2940
Conners, Joe : 2406
Watkins, Robert A 2432
Whipple, W. M 1927
Republican Vote
Hubbell, J. L s . 337
Chafin ...... 42
Eads, Hendy L 308
Armstrong, Thomas 341
Cameron, Ralph H 373
Cole, a G...; 314
Gardner, A. H 315
Rynning, Thos 325
Morrison, Joseph E 341
Krehs, Mrs. Rose 298
Maddock, Thomas 296
Mitchell, Robert 297
Reed, James C 302
Woodman, Parker 325
Campbell, Thos. E 328
Clymer, H. Vance 294
Cisney, C. V 291
Messinger, V. E 293
Ingles, Paul Renau 301
Kirklanil, George 319
Curtis, Earl S , 320
Moore, Andrew Jackson 327
Kinney, J. H 316
Jacobs, Fred 29S
Lewis, C. C 300
Jenckes, Joseph S 275
Nelson, J. E 289
Bigley, L. E 280
Gant, J. L 273
Schuler, Garrett 281
Schupp, O. E.. ; 279
Lindsey '. 131
Socialist Vote
Davis, Bert 1 142
Grill, Ulrich 129
Crowe, W. S 130
Morrison, James X 139
Barnette, J. R v 141
Ikenberry, Mrs. Leroy 140
Xiedhardt 6
Greene,, Chas. R 138
Xiedhardt '. 29
Myers, Chas. P 139
Clayton, Wm. Moore r. 140
Morton, Robert L 141
Mott, A. F 133
Straw. Albert J 132
Hippie, P. J 136
Perry, F. J 138
Simanton, E. B. 130
Kendrick, Lionel 90
Shaw, F. A 86
Bowser, L, F 135
Brown, Floyd A 132
Corbin, J. B 131
Gibson,. E. X. 132
Otto, "Emmett ' 136
Thorpe, Terry 133
Regale Theatre
Home of Universal 1st Run
Pictures. Completer Change
' of Program Daily
FLA
A Every day a change, ' Every day a Feat
ure. , World's Feature Film Exclusive
Service. Moat Thrilling Picture made.
Sir Reels Daily.
LAMARA
A Good Show Always
The Best Pictures in the City
iffrymTi tf tip 1 T PH Her the Wonderful ' Wurlitier Ori-Mn
AKIMJNA llltAltK Orche.tr.. BEST PICTURES IN PHOENIX.
Admission: 10 Cents; Children, a veros.
FORMERLY SAVOY
EMPRESS t
VAUDEVILLE
and -PICTURES
Autumn days are the loveliest of the year.
RIVERSIDE PARK
NOW IS TEE TIME TO PICNIC.
Admission 10 Cents.
Ling, Reese M 2887
Smith, M. A 3595
Hayden, Carl 6041
Cunningham, D. L 3640
Kranklin, - Alfred 3919
Hawkins, John J 2458
Ross, Henry D 3612
Hughes, H. A 2812
Hunt, Geo. W. P 4073
Osborn, Sidney P..- ' 5425
Cailaghun, J. C... 2520
Orme, Lin B ..3762
Parr, W. A 1962
Simms, Mit : 3245
Hardy, Leslie C 1238
Jones, Wiley E. .-. 3248
Llnney, R. H !
Case, C. O 3454
Robertson, H. Q 2404
Babbitt, Don C 3501
Bradner, Sam B 2080
Cole. A. W
ttirarv. V P 2807
Jones, F.' A 3679
Weatherford, J. W -M41I
Bolln. -G. H 3089
Hanson, Cljas. F. 2073
Miller, . P. J
Zander, C. M 3684
Brooks, M. B 2193
Corrigan,' Charles II 1231
Jack, E. E... ....1462
Luke, Frank '.. 3532
Moeur.' W. A : 3812
Peterson, C. Warren 3080
Ray, A. A 828
Roach, J. B 1429
Stanford, Rawghlie C... ... 3236
Clark, Hubert W 1U?
Hawkins, A. S 122
Shamhart. I. D 531
Miller, James Jr...' 3354
Thomas. William E 2645
Walton, Thomas P 2623
Lyman, Frank H 3601
Wilky, W. H 2256
Adams, J. D 4228
Bowler, Fred H 240
Macdonald, George A ..3934
Garnett, R. F I898
Standage, Orrin L 2488
Rleeina. J. A 3593
Vmiehn. Vernon L 5682
Bone. J. T 6231
Johnson, Harry 2021
Irvine, J. A. R. 2"
Stapley, O. S ...2545
Webb, Sam F .....2423
Davis, H. A 2285
Acuff, Guy D 3183
Erdmans,. Dick . 1468
Frazier, Maynard A....' 2427
Goodwin, J. C 3460
Johnson, Rudolph , 134
Parry, T. J 134
Roe, James .. 133
Eddy, Alice S 140
Hegelund, August 138
Spurlock, D. H 139
Klein, Lulu A 139
Bailey, E. G 142
Erickson, Charles 141
Election Pima County
Ling, Reese M 272
Smith, M. A 1124
Hayden, Carl 1175
Cunningham, D. L 747
Franklin, Alfred 787
Hawkins, John J 824
Ross, Henry D 741
Hughes, H. A 504
Hunt, Geo. W. P 934
Osborn, Sidney P 1075
Callaghan, J. C 844
Orme, Lin B.: 403
Parr, W. A 351
Simms, Mit 787
Hardy, Leslie C . 856
Jones, Wiley E 324
Linney, R. H 148
Case, C. O S8
Robertson, H. . Q 469
Babbitt, Don C 439
Bradner, Sam B 537
Cole, A. W 747
Geary, W. P.. 619
Jones. F. A 591
Weatherford, J. W '. .... 475
Bolin, G. H 560
Hanson, Chas. F 51)4
Miller, P. J 860
Zander, C. M 721
Republican Vote
Hubbell. J. L 566
Eads, Henry L 508
Armstrong. Thomas v 499
Cameron, Ralph H 64S
C. G 529
A. H 524
Thos , 532
Joseph E 58
Krebs, Mrs. Rose 511
Maddock, Thomas '504
Mitchell, Robert 518
Reed, James C 508
Woodman, Parker 514
Campbell, Thos. E 532
Clymer, II. Vance 4SG
Socialist Vote
Davis, Bert 12
Grill, Ulrich 11
Crowe, W. S 11
Morrison, James X 9
Barnette, J. R t 11
Ikenberry, Mrs. Leroy 11
Xiedhardt . 37
Greene, Chas. R 10
Xiedhardt 1
Myers, Chas. P 11
'J
You Cannot
Choose Wrongly
from our grocery stock. Wheth- .
er it be canned goods, tea, cof- ;
fee or any other table necessity,
to select it here means getting
the best. The quality is accom
panied by "economy, too, a com
bination not very often to be
had.
Cole,
Gardner,
Rynning,
Morrison,
McLean's Grocery
130 North First Avenue.
Telephone 1375
Clayton, Wm. Moore 10
Morton, Robert L 9
Mott, A. F 9
Straw, Albert J li)
Hippie, P. J 10
Perry, F.
Simanton,
.1
E. B. .
Best strawberries 10c
10 lbs. fine sweet potatoes 25c
Van Camp sugar peas ...'.15c
Large California Bell Fleur apples $1.25'
per box. .
McKEE'8 CASH STORE
(Advertisement) br
ARRAY OF TALENT WILL
MAKE MERRY DANSANT
There will be a great array of tal
ent at Riverside tonight when Bobby
Dean, Lillian i-i-ssant,, Fred Kissel
berg and Stanley Tuck turn loose in
the -cabaret performance that goes
with the Cafe Dansant. Bobby Dean
;'nd Lillian Bessant are. two excep
tionally clever fabaret artists with a
wo.id of personality and a- fund of
vivacity and fun that would put any
body in a good humor, and-given an
opportunity like this, where each has
the stage to herself they are about
as attractive a pair of gloom dis
pelled as one would wish to find.
Kissel berg, who has just arrived here
from the roast, has a remarkably
fir.e baritone voice and a repertoire
nt songs that are both new and novel,
while in the short time he has been
in the city Stanley Tuck has taken a
place as a pianist that is all his
own. They call him "the wizard of
the ivories-' and he makes them talk.
A very large number of tables has
been reserved for this dansant, and
it promises to be the most successful
entertainment of its kind ever held
here. The weather now is ideal fo.
riancing and dining in the open air,
and the fact that ' Lucille Love-- will
'.'i!so he on view tonight is another
leason for a large attendance. The
slory of "Lucille Love" has been
running in The Republican for a
number of weeks and only three in
stallments '.-emain, one ,,f which will
bo found on another page of this
paper. It has been, a remarkable
story and the pictu.-es are in many
ways the most interesting serial ever
shown here.
WHITE HOUSE SUMMER ENDS
WASHIXGTOX, Sept. 17. Summer
(ami; to an official close at the
White House today when President
Wilson's "office" tent on the lawn
was taken down. The president has
not used the tent often because the
glare of the sun through the canvas
made it too hot.
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