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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914
PAGE THREE
ISLE OF JOY EXTREMELY
WELL NAMED HUSICMY
Just why Ed Armstrong of ti.e
Columbia manafieraont has waited six
weeks before producing the first near
operretta of the present engagement is
difficult of understanding, for there
is no denying the fact that it "got
over" better than any of the previous
shows of "slap stick" variety.
"The Isle of 3ny"; at least gave the
principals excellent vocal advantage,
and witb, a.ehoDsmaterially improv
ed but reeentry,i' Blirprisingly large
"circus night" audience left little
doubt as to its appreciation.
It may be said in all truth that
neither Miss Hamilton or Mr. Henry
nave PKeMousyjj ;isict anything like
the opportunity they have in the
present VHlttdlC' (.inA that they
make
f
A
Vict that they will
friends as a result
of what is .afC-onkulisbed.
myTliiiilUiCim somewhere
the PactttrjrJ'(t-b H-ient
oal makijs jf f)ifiil
iental and tropi-
basis for a
captivating story, providing a road
teeniing with mirth to a destination
replete for those who find real en
joyment where the artistic is not en
tirely sirt'jiwuKiPtljr f
The :ih4it ft both "Dutch" and
"Ifsh" jiipidyns' jrl "The Isle of
Joy" is ,tttJtty lag'a -but a material
improvement, and it is to the espec
ial credit of Messrs!-" Armstrong and
Mack that they possess such versa
tility as t make a regular attendant
at the Columbia find much fun and
pleasure in their new comedy roles.
There nra hundreds of show-goers
in Phoenix ho- will miss witnessing
"The Isle of Joy" for no other reason
Ihaji that 'they had tired of the usual
doue but. a bit differently twice each
wek, but: tipre.( will he other hhn
dnJs who w ill revel in the new order
of this musical comedy and wish for
others if not at least similar, some
where near its satisfying qualities.
The moving picture portion of the
Colombia show is also above- the
average ih . attractiveness (his week,
the animated weekly being timely
and- instructive,- and the Ford Sterl
ing' comedy reel especially clever.
HOMESTEADERS INVITED
: TO SEE AGENT KEENER
J. W. Keener Will be Hero Today to
Investigate for Interior Department
One .dav-this day is given to
homesteaders under the Salt River val
ley to enter complaints with Special
Agent J. ."V. Keener of the department
of the interior, who arrives this morn
ing to institute a quick court of appeal
on all public land problems arising
within he valley.
Mr. KeWfVhifcc tlslt was delayed
by a land conference in Xevada is very
anxious to have all homesteaders ask
him questions about their troubles. He
is here for just that purpose, and hav
ing been delayed, is having to hurry
through. He will be found at the
Water t'sers' building all day.
o
NEW CEREALS
3 lbs. Ture Buckwheat in bulk 2".c
3 lbs. Pearl Hominy 23c
3 lbs. Small Hominy 25c
4 lbs. bulk Whert Flakes
3 lbs. Oregon White Oats ...25c
New Self Rising Buckwheat "
New Cal. Flap Jack Flour.
New Pkg. Wheat Flakes.
Swans Down Flour Tapioca, Sago.
Pearl Barlev Inst Tapioca.
McKKE'S CASH STORE
(Advertisement) dk
GREAT STORY OF EARLY
CHRISTIAN ERA TODAY
Coming direct from Clune's Broad
way theater in Los Angeles for a
two days' run at the.Lamara. theater,
starling Tuesday, will be seen what
film critics, of not only the coast
oities, but those. 6f the metropolitan
show centers of the cast, have pro
nounced the greatest master work
t'incfe Quo Vadis was staged. Mana
ger Barncord on a recent visit to the
coast city, saw this wonder work on
the screen and opened negotiations to
secure the subject for , his patrons
here. "When Rome Ruled" is the
title, and it deals with that period
when theC'Jti'lsTialfr'.taith was in its
Infancy. Lydia, a Christian maiden,
falls under the ..eye of a high priest
of the time, who determines to pos
sess her, and with that end in view,
orders the virgin brought to his
temple, jf ency n tera the son of
House for Sale
Undervalued
Owners desiring to make quick
sale of very desirable, well-built,
finely located house in Chelsea
Place are makingeprice below mar?
ket anil will 4aclf ice nil profit to
sell to 'responsible' purchaser on
satisfactory terms.
At 318 W..Willetta,, room brick,
plaster ' ' flash '..,', finish, s hardwood
floors;; furnacfi,'Jay and night so
lar heater, fireplace, all built-in
features, cement walks, etc. Lot
70 by 148. $5000. Terms.
If interested see
J, A." Jones, at
VALLEY HARDWARE AND
PLUMBING, COMPANY
Central and, Monroe
Our plans were well laid. We figured being ready for you right after September 1st, when every man considers seriously of purchasing a new fall suit and over
coat. We are glad everything worked out so nicely and we are confident we'll realize that before the Fall and Winter months are over most of the men of Phoenix
will make it a point to investigate our systemand keep us in mind when buying clothes. -
Our policy of ONE PRICE, NO MORE, NO LESS, every day in the year; a marginal profit on every sale, but getting the bulk business gives us the advantage
over our competitors and gives assurance to our customers of the three vital facts, as follows, in clothes buying: 1, Guaranteed Material; 2, Correct Style and
Workmanship; 3, Paying the Right Price.
12 BUOKSlH
NO MORE
FALL
SEASON'S
DISPLAY
OF
MEN'S
SEE
OUR
WINDOWS
25.00 Outfits You for the Season
A Suit and 0vercoat2 for 1 Special
i2Y2 BUCKS
AND
OUR
MONEY
BACK
PROTECTS
YOUR
$ $ $ $ $'S
IN
OUR
STORE
NO LESS
This Is Fall Openin
g Week
nsoection Invited
Y
That's a rattling fine Fall Suit the
one. the young fellow's wearing
The easy grace of the Soft Roll Collar sits comfortably on the shoul
ders and gives that desirable, free, easy, athletic appearance across
the chest, it's a winner! And it's only one of our many Fall Models in our
50
FALL
SUITS
SEE OUR BALMAC AANS
BALIV3ACAANS
New Fall Shipment just opened.
The Swagger English Model of
heavy, shower proof Scotch Tweeds,
in Checks, Plaids and with flecks of
coloring. ' In all sizes. Compare the
values of our one price of $12.50
with those of the high rent credit
stores.
11-13 East Adams Street
Phoenix Arizona
.Vr--:.,?SE
Opp. Hotel Adams
TROUSERS
We have a complete stock of ths
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and patterns. Featuring the "Won
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the ruler of the Roman empire, and
is protected by him, oniy to again fail
into the hands of her persecutor,
and in the telling of the strong dra
matic tale the girl is rescued from
the den of a lion where she has taken
shelte. "When Rome Ruled" is a
tale of the days when men lived by
might and women were fair. It is a
masterly conceived and masterly ex
ecuted five-reel photoplay of a period
rich in romance and adventure, and
the story has lost nothing in its
screening at the hands of the Broth
ers Tathe.
o
It is rumored I am sore because I
was defeated and am now working for
the republican nominee for sheriff.
Many unjust things were said., of me
prior to election but this is the "un
kindest of all."' ".. ';
Will state emphatically I ' am not
working for any republican nominee,
neither am I sore or discouraged.
Considering my limited acquaintance
I made, a good race. , :
I wisli to thank my 'friends who sup
ported me so loyally without promise
of remuneration and am especially
grateful to the voters of my old home
precinct of Cartwright who honored me
with the greatest number of votes cast
for any candidate on the ticket.
W. V. WILKT,
(Advertisement)
; ' !
' AMUSEMENTS
I ! ' . i
v : ' 1
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
Great New Bill This Week at Empress.
There are four of the so different
acts on the Empress bill . this week.
All reports of the bill from the places
where the acts have been are to the
efefct that they are really the best ever.
The bills at the Empress have been im
proving for some time past and this is
suid to be better than any of its pre
decessors. Two very excellent features
are contained in the bill, these are:
George and Marie Brown, who are said
to be the 'fashion plate' duo, whose
specialty in addition to singing is
wearing clothes; and The Execllas,
who have a racquet spinning novelty
with a great many original novelties.
The other two acts on the bill are Ma
bel Merritt a saxaphone soloist and
Diehl and Carson who "disturb the
peace to perfection. ' "
the Lost Stradivarius", and the Vita
graph offering is ;i comedy "A Winning
Trick". Altogether the 'program is
very much worth while.
The Plaza
"The Staircase of Death" is a three
reel feature of great merit with which
Manager CaVcliess will lead' off the bill
at the Plaza theater today. The feature
comes very well- recommended both as
a thrilier and an interesting story. It
will be followed by a scream farce "( a
lamity Ann". In addition to this the
Ridgoly story "Captured by Mexicans"
which failed to show up yesterday will
lie on hand for the reception of the
patrons of the house.
The Lion Theater
The program at the Lion today con
sists of five reels of good pictures and
is diversified to such an extent as to
please every one. Pathe's Semi-Weekly
shows .interesting events from all
parts of the world, including some
country. Our Mutual Girl takes a ride
with Lieut. Porte in the airship which
he intends to fly across the ocean.
"Shinty and the Aridville Terror" is a
two reel Uroncho comedy that is really
iinmorous as well as the Royal comedy
entitled "The New House Keeper". To
morrow the Lion shows "The Terils of
scenes from Europe as well as this Pauline.
The Arizona
' Manager Harry Nace has a very
good program for today's offering at
the Ariznna theater which includes a
splendid two reel Kalem western rail
road picture entitled "The Rival En
gineers' Plot", which is another of the
railroad stories for which this com
pany is famous.. Helen Holmes appears
to advantage in the picture. In addi
tion there is the ninth of the chronicles
of Cleek, the Edison detective stories
known this time as "The Mystery of
' BELGIAN KING'S DELEGATES IN UNITED STATES PROTEST AGAINST KAISER'S METHODS
' LdZ or- TPS&&mtr ..,
' ? t A S!Nrw v. J
kkT tyy c z- , , ui&Hi: wi vf&?
i: . !;;ian delcgstes in Washington. Left to right: Count Louis do Lichtervelde, M. lie Sadeler. M. Vandcrveldf. M. Henry Carton do VViar. and M. Ilymana
Here is -the Belgian commission which has come to the United States to protest to J'rcsident Wilson against the methods of the Germans jn
waifare. These men say that the destruction of Louvain and other lJelRian towns was ucvaryanted; that the droppinK of bomb.-: upon sleeping Ant
werp was without justification, and that Uie violation of Belgium's neutrality by (Jeimany wasuiot in accordance witn the rules of civilized warfare.

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