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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1914 aoley Tools It is V take a sor.u. jANE vou want to be on the LEVEL; then BRACK, Vdlll'Sf a new line of v making a IJUL1 ES and to )uv onlv STANLEY TOOLS. Our line is complete See Our AVindow EZRA W. THAYER Everything in Hardware l-Ji-i::o E. Washington Siiwt. 127-1;::; E. Adams THEATRE naiim VAUDEVILLE ffl liE LUXE A More Pleasing Show Than It's Sister Musi cal, "September Morn" 'OCTOBER EVE' TONIGHT FRIDAY The Big Nidit of the Week Coming Bothwell Browne Co. Wall War Chart Coupon THIS COPUON AND FIFTEEN (15) CENTS will entitle the bearer to one of The Arizona Re publican's Wall War Charts. Haps are wrapped, ready for mailing, etc. All mail orders have been filled. Out of town readers will please add FOUR (4) 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. A LIMITED SUPPLY GET TODAY YOUR CHART The Arizona Republican DAILY AND SUNDAY RICH HANDLES SAME j (Continued From Pago Six) ber of the lines they needed. An interesting- instance of. the desirability of having a Jobber on the ground is shown by the following example, a short time ;i;;o the llieh Hardware company received a carload of Lennox steel furnaces, of the same type as the three installed by the Machinery ami Kicctric company in the Monroe sihool. This carload was distributed as fol lows, one to the Osborne school, one to the Prcndergast school near .Mesa, and three to the Catholic church. In the old days there would have been three single shipments made, all at a high freight rate, with more expense and 1 robably delay and trouble with each shipment. The Itich concern, although only fourteen months old, has a surpris ingly big .stock of heavy hardware and contractors supplies, building special ties, etc. For many years Mr. Rich was a traveling salesman in this state and so had splendid opportunities to study the needs of this section, all of which in reflected in the success of the voi'.ng concern. dard in staircase construction for sehoolhouses. We refer to the Mea lier Brothers fire-proof steel stair construction. Not only fire-proof, it. is practically noiseless, as every tread is filled with a plaster compound which absorbs sound, as well as tend ing to decrease the shock on the children's feet. Besides the several staircases in the Monroe school, the Arizona Hardware Supply company has supplied similar equipment to the Yuma high school and also for the new grammar school at Mesa. Only those who have visited the big warehouses of the Arizona Hard ware Supply company at Third av enue and Jackson, or who may have had extensive business relations wit i this firm, can realize how complete and varied is their stock of general heavy hardware and builders and contractors' supplies. Besides carry ing the tremendous stock that the do, this concern is the exclusive Ari zona representative for a large num ber of well-known manufacturing and supply houses. ICH MATERIAL FROM HALSTEAD LUMBER GO. ARIZ. HARDWARE SUPPLY FURNISHES MANY ITEMS Amusements The FAMOUS PLAYER FILM CO. Presents BRUCE McRAE The Distinguished Dramatic Actor in "The Ring and the Mao TODAY at the ARIZONA THEATER The J. I). Halstcad Lumber com pany of 1-ive Points, tine ot the nig building material firms in the state, furnished much of the material firms in the state, furnished much of the material used in the construction ot the beautiful Monroe Street school. Anippng the items were 110 tors ipf gypsum plaster, 11500 barrels of ce ment, 3 ni , r S( of lumber, including other dimensions, boards and finish pp lumber. The llalstead Lumber eppmpany is located at Five Points, which is a very central point for contractors, mechanics and buyers of materials. This company has been doing business in Phoenix for many years ami is one of the large-' well established mercantile firms of '.he state. NEW STATE ELECTRIC IS EIEMBE HOT MIJIV GETS Eli YEARS Xerro AVlio Killed Willi am Allison, Another Xoro, Last -Tune Draw.? Inde terminate Sentence from JuuVe Phillips Luther McKinney was sent t' the state penitentiary yesterday on r.n indeterminate sentence of not less than one year nor more than seven years, fipr tlip manslaughter of Wil- liam Allison, another colored man, outside the Star rooming house in j June. ; McKinney';; sentence will date from j the fifteenth of June last, when lv. , was taken into custody. The ili.ir?" j was at first brought in as one of j munle.-. At the hearing in the su j court .McKinney plcaileil SUM- p VV "r-?.' 'jm til 45" Used Rifle, I by the big majority of Pistol and Revolver Shots pen tp) ma li at,'' t lor I lea u a The t in June, stick with son appro: mark relnlin isIau-JilP'r thrpitiKh his at :,rnett K. Maiks, and the i.peplP'pi by the ipurt. ply occurred one ever.n; Mnni'.v was whip.tl!n:J i clasp knifp' when -Ui-il him anil m.'ule a r- -; to rp-latii lis pf Jb'- 7 MUST be p. jJittefeetbn to the intJivitlual riRe, i pisto! or revolver user to krviw that his preter- crca fcjrRrrnir.tton-oMC Mct..llicis sh.'.red alike by profc-aionai cxptrty, rrack-shota and sports men in all part3 of the woiii. An t',is accounts, too, cr thr i7;arlcl in creese every year in the demand lor Ker.i:r, rto!i-L,lC Metallic;. Rcmir.irton-L'MC Mr'alcs ae m;,ple for every Btar.ard maLe an j !cr eery paltbre in use ri;i, rislo, itd revolver. Cet tliein frnm the dealer w'cr: frjw the ir ic.7 trarp of 'i rm.ijtou-i uMC tlie sign cf Sp'JiUrnen'a Meaacjuartera. 13 keep your run cleaned and tubneated n'frpf, uae Rem C'.'. t-ie new to'Ajcr tolvert, rust prcveutaUvc, enj gun Hun-.lncton Arm-Union Metallic Cartridge Co. 253 Broadway. New York -Vr -Jsrrm, mmn a.. ,. f rrx,.:FKmmz: wit Kinney's sister. There was a slrur ;jle in iic cppursp' pif wliii Ii 1Mp-K.-ney's knifi' was buried in tio; slmel ili r of Allison, sevi rini; an ar'p-i'.v. iieath occurred within a fe,v minute.',. nnip p.Mn nn on cJ' It HiilflU HAD Bifi TIHE ill WH SUST BE ADDRESSED FULLY The tax-payers can feel that the Monroe school is well protected from fire, rain and weather, at least as far as the roof is concerned, for that most important item of the construc tion was furnished by the 1'ioncr i'aper Company of Los Ant;elp'S. who are represented in Arizona by the Arizona Hardware Supply company. The Pipineer I'aper company is one of the largest of its kinil, anil hun dreds of biff buildings in the south west have been roofed by them. Mr. H-hn. manager for the A.'izuna Hard ware Supply company states that the roof on the Monroe school is a built up specii n ation root composeii oi ioui layers of asphalt saturated felt, eaen layer mopped in hot asphalt, and this covered with asbestos paper. Th! roof carries a guarantee of ten years, but of course will be good fpr many mpire. Besidi'S the r.iof, the Arizona Hard ware Supply Company, furnished p.vr a carload of Trus-con Rib Late, also the modern steel stairways. The Trus-con rib lath is strictly a mod ern product, and is nppt only more nearly fire-proof, but stronger, mor" durable, anil easier to put up tl'.a.i the (phi fashioned wood lath. It has been successfully used in a number of local buildings. and plasterers have come to realize that it is more economical of plaster than any other type of metal or wood lath. The Hoard was indeed fortunate in accepting what is considered as stan- Electiieity performs an important part in the Monme school building. There are some very practical de vices which have been installed, no tably the Electric Clocks which call ami dismiss all classes automatically. The electric division, the machines in the manual training department, the electric cooking, sewing, and ironing in the domestic science de partment, the. electric driven ventil ating, cooling and cleaner system. The electric telephone system having a private phone in each class room. All the electrical work and fixtures were furnished and installed by the New State Electric Supply and Fix ture company. Trip to Grand Canyon Provided By Business Men Vao Outing That Everyone Enjoyed uir.. f.-w pill seen at the l'.il I mo-ting of ZP'iia. postmasters at William this wi t ie, a'-coriliiig to i'pps Wilson T. Wright, '" Jii.b, turned from tile north ycsip'i'Pi ranks of the faithful republic sadly decimated, ami in their art- files and fih-s of aspiring crHs, who havp- fp!lpAVeil the natiimal aiin!ii!i:'tration tp piffice. Over a Si'ipre of postmasters from all over Arizona, but mainly f.'nm tlie north, gathered in Williams for the nvention. dutsi'Ie of the pleasant Senders i housands of Insufficiently Ad dressed Envelopes 'iipr.'ll 1,1", no mp.r.- i.f this tiling' ro;:;tT, by d'-ipi-i'menta! pii.-". o would ma ice aipfessiag the postoffice directory m.iu TALBOT AND HUBBARD FURNISH ALL HARDWARE LION THEATER Today Two Reel Feature THE SAVING OF YOUNG ANDERSON You'll like this picture Beg ale Theatre Home of Universal 1st Run Pictures. Complete Change of Program Daity PLAZA Coming Saturday and Sunday THE KAISER'S CHALLENGE First actual scenes from the Battlefield SATURDAY AND SUNDAY LAMAR A A Good Show Always The Best Pictures in the City Gets-lt" for Corns Sure as Sunrise New Plan. Corns Shrivel, Vanish. Until "CETS-IT" was born nobody was ever sure of getting r il of a corn. Corn treatments nearly all contained the same ingredients, only M me were liquid, some plasters, Yankee Doodle had a limp. He had to ride jjr ' He put aome W "GETS-IT" if on hu corn. g And called it, yf "O you onlyl " Ail the hardware for the Monroe street school was furnished by the well known old firm of Talbot it Hubbard, one of the best know a hardware firms in the entire south west. The Monroe street school fin ish hardware is attractive and in harmony with the beauty of the building. Of this popular firm the following information will be of in terest. The hardware business of Talbot & Hubbard was established in IS-S on South Center street in the Com mercial hotel building by Walter Tal bot anil Geo. E. Hubbard. They re moved to the Washington street lo cation in 1S90. Geo. E. Hubbard died in 1S!H. Walter Talbot has been the active head of the business from the beginning until the present time. The business was incorporated in 191') at which time W. S. Heflin was elected vice president "and secretary of the corporation after a continuous service of twenty years with the firm. This house has grown from a small concern until today it is probably the largest exclusive hardware con cern in the state of Arizona. This n'sult has been attained Dy square and fair dealing with the public, and it is with pride that thev number among their patrons of the present time customers who began trading with this house twenty-six years ago. It has long been the policy of this firm to secure the agency for any thing in the hardware line which was better than other similar lines on the market with the result that they are exclusive Phoenix representatives for a very large number of nation ally known lines of merchandise among which might be mentioned Sargent's Hardware. ARIZONA THEATER FORMERLY SAVOY Hear tho Wonderful Wurlitzer One-Man Orchestra. BEST PICTURES IN PHOENIX. Admission: 10 Cents; Children, 5 Cents. MPRESS VAUDEVILLE and PICTURES Autumn daws are the loveliest of the year. RIVERS. DE PARK NOW IS THE TIME TO PICNIC. Admission 10 Cents. some "wrappers" and some in salve form. Now comes "GKTS-IT" with a newly discovered formula the co-n cure on a new principle and a simple plan that never fails. This is why "C1ETS-1T" has fjrown In three years to be the biggest-selling corn cure the world has ever known. There's no more need of fussing v. ith corns, no more dlggintr or cut ting. There's nothing to press down on the corn, nothing to inflame the flesh, to "pull" the corn or cause pain. Put two drops of "G1CTS-1T" on in two seconds. That's all. For any corn, callus, wart or bunion. "GETS-IT" is sold by druggists everywhere, 25c a ljpittlo, fir sent di rect by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago. GETS IT" is coltl In I'hoenlx by Pusj- Drug Store, Owl Orug ('. Elvey & Hulett. -o- DAVIS GETS RECOUNT OF SENATORIAL VOTE The contest for recount of the votes cast in the I'hoenlx precincts 'it the primary election, being carried through the courts by If. A. Davis, ilaimlng that erroneous canvass of tho votes dep'ived him of nomination for the office of state senator, will be decided on October 1st, the day set for the trial and recount in open court, when the court will sit at 9:30 a. in. The contesting parties will be rcp reHenleil In the recount: contestant, II. A. Davis, by J. H. Langston; con test oe, Sam E. Webb, by Neri Os- horn, and the court by II. P. I,indsey. i The order setting the date was made yesterday in the of trial hearing 1 A NOTICE TO BIDDERS i Sea! bipla will be T . . r-il at the j office p.f !!:.- Civ i 'l.-rl; City of I'iim iiox. until 11 V1. : A. M. M., inlaw Scpt'-nib. r "Mil, 1'iH, f.-r forage de- Trnn livirou -.a ir.. r.y Waien.nsi', as loi- nu i n u t 'jmu-y.s i . ... i ILI!U ".,? . , I ".p '"J O'.-. i.pp,..-'i c- ; I lbs. Drnn. I Zo'i Cn.-p Coaces llitls shall b,. a'comp 'o' I by c-t- tifiuil checks payabb: P, tie.; ..!'!' i.f jibe city Cdle, tor in tic s :m of j Thirty ;;j.ii':) I i, .11. u s. ct.,.'.-o ,.r pwii,.,.,.i-i:f a '.., ,. m I ' ' ' ' t!:.,S" Wll be lttui'ii-'i 1pj Until iip',n aw tv-1. ; 1 "v .. ipn't --t Int's all. The (pi'uer is, in ,f, bi'lil'1' wH1 '"' :' " p '.hat ..trons of the. Cnitel f:".-i'S t I'C ' A i:-r:ictj'V c'Ut :;.t is -!itM'-u ::ilo . ... , , tlic Ar- hv him. If lie f.iiJs ni ii.i.. , vi , ., , ... . i I U i 1 I i " ' ! i )i I ' i 1 . I lit 1 illlVCl I Ihv'II ll'l i L ; eaillsu-ii contrt-t. tl:e h-k b.- . tl. ,;(- ,ht ,.ltv ; ,!"' I'l'epertr of ' :.e M y. .. :.,.,!,::. will fi.nl th-ir c ribit- , " ! A' 1 ; the d'al m..il .1- partmet-.t T" j crrb-jiAXAi;;: ;if h ,, ia ,,. "1S :ir" : iieii. r:l delivery sei-tion. 1-lnics ant(, (,.;,, to till' (iraml ':Uiroll, VA'.'.- The p.-,n-tiee has l,wn to put a 1 t j . - i i.l : j;, 1 i p,i sp pjm , a II' I Pip ll j ihs the business men aiai ( ommi-rcial . p.K.-t the portofl'ice man tp) dig clubs who rn:i'le jn.ssibl.- li.'- tri.ir- through his directory to find the t'ul.ir motor trip. hie of the f-:iti:r.-s Ktr.i-t and nuiiibcr. Asked about tiiis. , p.l ibp convi-i.tion was a let'.-r Iror.i a bi.4 mail order man once replie 1 ' J. If. Jli-l 'linlock. first tiiesi'lent of nirilv thai hia clerks w, re too rnult,..! convention. Outside of the pleasant ; the association, postmaster p.f I'iioe- t. comi.lete the ail'lresses, and that I nix. the ppistoffice could fiml them any- of the case before the superior court. I With Mr. Wright, came n: -o An :- how. In the course of the hearing the an- jrew J. P.ti.cra:d. postmaster of Viim i. While the mail order man had a wer was fil. d to the amended state- , They reportpyl Postmaster (' Miipo' il --rt;tln rlclit to directory service, ' ment pf contest by Paker & Baker, of Williams was a great lu st, in l j jii p.ii.la't i-:sh a gpiod thine, nn.l r. attorneys f..r contest.-e. anil an ...ril'T j ;lu t everyone enjp! . .l the inwtin I the main chap back in Washington over-ruling the i! mtirrcr of contest ee , imens.-ly. The two "p. m.'s" ;i:rt"i j has decreed that the soft snap shall was made. I to return to their homes last even'nJ'. end. 1viji;' li" 1J '.4'.p''yiftW " Will H I I x .1.... i p..ii'pin,m r,,..T..p. .f,, f-i.am .-;-jf "-rrnBiimiiiiiien.uiiiiii.iiiii. mi I ' , ' , - t A in - ijgl - Blue RiBlion ;yBft ; TheBeerdf-Qualiiy A woman's taste is keen and she ..is quick to m appreciate the de- ' J lightful tonic tang of the hops K&V : and the . rich -mellow 'flavor of I the fully, matured maltjin this If'fSf J better beer.There is something j so distinctive and agreeable ! I about PabstjBlue RibbonjBeei; S 1 that anyone who drinks if is never j quite satisfied with a?iy other brew. J J . Arizona Mercantile Co. v i& j : TeI-1068 ' Cv'J M Center & Adams Sts. PHOENIX, ARIZ, i $3&W Is , i.Sri , f i . - s,..- v 1 I wwiwiiitt)gMwKjwaBi y-'1 ..: Copyrirht 1914, liibt rcu nf of I i.1 r ". MWWn'"