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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25; 1914
OUR. examinations, tell
tlie trouble .
Our Glasses correct it.
Northrup Optical Co.
Successor to
SWIGERT BROS.
S East Aams St.
Prescription lenses ground in our
own shop.
SALT RIVER VALLEY MONU
MENTAL WORKS
V. E. Lindsay, Prop.
403 West Washington St.
Arizona granite as well as all
other granite used.
Phono 1323 for prices
Arizona Grocery Co.
Daily Bulletin of Prices.
JUST RECEIVED CAR
CALIFORNIA
FANCY POTATOES
lVr Hundred lbs. - $1.75
12 11 is. Spuds - - .25
12 lls. Extra good
onions ----- .25
331 E. Washington St.
Phone 455
HAIR GOODS FOR SALE
I-dios" Toilet Parlor, Shampooing,
Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair
Pressing; Expert Chiropodists, all
foot troubles removed. Moles and
warts removed by electricity.
SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY
Phone 1704
39 East Adamt Street
California Restaurant
Under new management.
Give us a trial!
REDEWILL MUSIC CO.
Established in 1881
224 West Washington St.
INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED
Pianos Rebuilt and Refinished
FROILTAN
CHAMOIS
SKINS
Will not harden in water
nOTOFCTCLt DELIVERY- 1ST. AVE. AVARS
NO
NO
VALUES IN OUR
$12.50 SUITS
Reason No. 2
We devote all our business
time to clothing being THE
ONLY EXCLUSIVE MEN'S
CLOTHIERS ir Phoenix.
Consequently we are at all
times prepared to buy in big
shipments as our output is
greater than' any other store
in town. This enormous out
put of clothing . gives us the
advantage in our buying power
and is one of the reasons we
can turn out the values we
have in our suits and over
coats at $1250 and trousers
at $3.00.
Watch for Our Next Fact
Opposite Hotel Adams
For Picture Framing
go to
BALKE'S '
The Big Curio on Adams
Street
Of Local Interest
STORED WATER SUPPLY
Water service report for September
24.
Elevation of water in reservoir,
feet 115.20
Contents of reservoir, acre feet. 173,544
Loss preceding 24 hours, acre
feet 1.798
Normal flow of Salt and Verde
rivers at Granite Reef dam,
M. 1 18,180
Normal flow water for lands up
to year 1880
Amount of water used fo- irri
gation, north side, M. 1 40,740
Amount of water used for irri
gation, south side, M. 1 25,980
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LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
6 a.m. 6 p.m.
Temperature, degrees 77 95
Sensible temperature 55 69
Humidity per cent 20 26
Wind direction E E
Wind velocity, miles 12 l
Rainfall 0 0
Weather Clear CIdy
Highest temperature 97
Lowest temperature .". 71
Mean relative humidity 23
Total rainfall 0
Excess in temperature yesterday, 5
degrees.
Excess in temperature since first of
month, 70 degrees.
Accumulated exces in temperature
since January 1, 391 degrees.
Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .05
inch.
Deficiency in rainfall since first of
month, .75 inch.
Accumulated deficiency in rainfall
since January 1, 3.12 inches.
Data for Tucson
Highest temperature yesterday 94
Rainfall yesterday 0
ROBERT R. BRIGGS,
Section Director.
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WOOLSEY RETURNS F. A. Wool
fcey. a well known Phoenician returned
last evening from the coast.
A CHURCH BARBECUE A bar
becue dinner will be served at the
C. M. E. church next Saturday, Sep
tember 26.
MAGMA PROSPECTS Superin
tendent Tom Tyge of the Magma
mine at Superior is in town with
glowing reports of the fine prospects
of the thousand foot level. A rich
ere hns been uncovered at that !?vel.
BIG PRICE FOR CATTLE Just to
hr-w the high prices which jo-id
niv.s are commanding, C. O. McMur-
try points to the sale at auction by
him of 125 head of cattle for J. L.
Parker two and a half miles south of
I'ov.ler school. Thirty head consist
ing of fine Holstein milch cows
l.ro.jjrht an average of $124 a head.
TO SELL HORSE TODAY Chief of
Police Brisbois will turn auctioneer for
a few minutes at ten o'clock this morn
ing, or long enough to sell from the
rear of the city hall, a gray mare, 10
or 12 years old, weighing about 900
pounds, picked up by the police several
days ago and for which no claimant
has appeared.
SAME BUT DIFFERENT A
change in the leave of absence ru'c?
for homesteaders has been notel a!
the local land office. All the time,
homesteaders have been allowed five
months' leave out of each year, but
only in one lot. Now they may m ike
two trips away from their" holdings,
provided the aggregate time spent at
large does not exceed the five-montn
limit.
IS "OUT OF POCKET" Jerry
Shook of Phoenix lost nearly Jight
hundred dollars in a purse which he
dropped on the streets of Tucson day
before yesterday. Mr. Shook was
moving his effects from a hotel to s
rooming house, when hg lost the wal
let, which contained all but about
.sixty dollars of his wealth. He later
found the empty purse on the side
walk. THE DEACONESS HOSPITAL
The Arizona Deaconess Hospital As
sociation has secured the Phoenix
hospital property, located at 215 North
Third avenue and has opened an iiv-
terdenominatlonal institute under
deaconess management, Miss Marilla
Williams being superintendent. She
is all ready in charge and very short
ly everything will be in order for the
service of the public.
FUNERAL OF WILSON SHEA
The funeral of Wilson Shea, whose
death was announced yesterday, took
place from Merryman Hayt's yes
terday. The services were conducted
by Rev. C. M. Northrup of the Glen
dale Baptist church. The father of
the dead man, A. C. Shea of Butler,
Mo., arrived in the city yesterday
morning and left last night with the
body of Butler. It will be laid away
in the family cemetery at Morris.
Mr. Shea was thirty-two years of
age. About three weeks ago he fell
from a sprinkling wagon at Glendale
and injured his hip. The injury was
not thought to be serious and it was
not until a week ago that it appar
ently became so. He was removed
to the hospital and an operation was
perfdrmed but it was then too late
as blood poisoning had been set up.
Mr. Shea leaves a wife and two
babes. Mrs. Shea who is in ill health
is stopping with relatives at Glen
dale but she will leave for the east
about the holidays. Mr. Shea is sur
vived by his father, a brother at El
Paso, a sister, Mrs. Morgan of But
ler, another, Mrs. Hooper of Midland
Texas, and another sister residing in
Colorado.
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TENNIS GOODS. Plnney & Robin
son. Advertisement.
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Everybody attend the auction sale
today at Fair Grounds, of buggies and
horses. Advertisement.
MATRIMONIAL A marriage license
was issued yesterday to David H. Bon
sall, of Gila county and Anna Louise
Mason, of Maricopa county.
HERE FROM CINCINNATI Dav
id Kern of Cincinnati arrived in the
city on Wedesday to visit his friend,
W. H. Uhley. Mr. Kern has already
failen in love with Phoenix.
PRESBYTERIAN LADIES AID
The Ladies Aid society of the Presby
terian church will hold a meeting this
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the church
parlors. All ladies are urged to be
present.
AGAINST HANGING This is the
night when Robert S. Fisher will ad- j
dress a meeting at the Y. M. C. A.
court in favor of the constitutional
amendment for the abolition .of capital
punishment.
WILL LOCATE HERE NOW
M'. and Mrs. C. D. McKinley, of
Brookings, Oregon, have, after an ab
sence of twelve years, returned to
the Salt River valley to locate. Mr.
McKinley is fully convinced that thi3
section has it on any Oregon section
that he has seen.
QUIETLY MARRIED Miss Anna
Louise Mason and D. H. Bonsall
were quietly married yesterday even
ing by Rev. Dr. Ray C. Harker. The
b'.-ide is the charming daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mason while the
groom is an expert accountant with
the Ray Consolidated Mining com
pany at their Hayden office. Th'.;
couple will make their home in Hay
den. A PROUD PRESSMAN George G.
Fox, stereotyper and pressman at
The Republican office, is one of the
proudest young men in the city right
now over the advent of a bouncing
young son at his home at the covner
of Taylor street and North Third
Wednesday at noon. The youngs'.er
weighs 9 pounds and is one of the
finest looking babies in these parts.
Both the young mother and son are
doing well.
ROTARIANS MEET TODAY The
Rotary club will meet today at the
American Kitchen at ten minutes
past the noon hour. The following
is the order of the day: Harry M.
Blair, chairman. "Vici Kid or Pat
ent Leather?" H. A. Diehl, H. A.
Diehl Shoe Co. "Hot Water Any
Time." H. A. Eye, Southwestern So
lar Heater Co. "Service," Dr. John
Dennett, Hassayampa Creamery Co.
Those Fixtures," T. J. (Tom) Cos-
ton, So. Calif. Hardwood & Fix
ture Co.
FILED ANSWER The Southern
Pacific company yesterday filed an
answer to the complaint of the Tuc
son Shippers' association against the
switching charge of $2.50 that is
taxed against each car that is switch
ed by the company either to the
other railroad or to an industry track.
The company excuses the charge on
the ground that it is recognized by
the interstate commerce commission.
The original complaint was fileti
some time since before the Arizona
orporation commission.
WILL COMPLETE WHO'S WHO
Jo Conners will leave tonight for a trip
through the north in the interests of
Vho's Who in Arizona. The final edi-
lon of the book, the 1914 De Luxe edi
tion will be ready for the press within
month. Jo says that although he
cannot use his own picture as a can
didate for the legislature on the demo
cratic ticket, the work will be issued
n time to get those who are candidates
before the people late in October.
Practically the entire edition is ready
for the binder, but it will be kept open
for a few days longer, in order, to allow
the candidates nominated at the pri
mary to present their claims through
the state boost book.
A DAYLIGHT BURGLARY The
residence of Henry L. George was
burglarized yesterday sometime be
tween ten o'clock and noon. An en
trance was made through a rear door
which was not locked. The house
showed evidence of having been thor
ouahly rummaged but the thief took
nothing away except what he could
conceal in his pockets. Among the
missing articles were two pairs of cuff
buttons, same having the initials 'S. B.
T." and the other only 'S". They were
the property of S. B. Taggart of the
reclamation service who has rooms at
the residence of Mr. George. There
were also stolen a set of pearl shirt
buttons, a stick pin with a green ob
long stone and several other small
articles. The silver was put into a
deposit vault at one of the banks early
in the summer and had not been
brought back. Ahout two months ago
the house was burglarized In precisely
the same manner wherefore Mr. George
fears that somebody has formed an
evii habit.
Everybody attend the auction sale
today at Fair Grounds, of buggies and
horses. Advertisement. It
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST Gold bowed spectacles, be
tween court house and Fourth Ave. and
Jefferson. Finder return Republican
and receive reward.
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GUNS for rent Pinney ft Robln
ion. Advertisement.
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TROOP MORAL
(Continued From Page One)
Aisne the German retirement has
been hurried.
There was a strong wind - during
the day accompanied by a driving
rain. This militated against aerial
reconnaissance.
"On Sunday, the 20th, nothing of
importance occurred until afternoon
when there was a break in the clouds
and intervals of sunshine which were
hardly enough to warm the soaking
troops. The Germans took advant
age of this brief spell of fine weath
er to make several attacks against
different points. These were all re
pulsed with great loss to the enemy,
but the casualties Incurred by us
were by no means light."
"In one section of our- firing line
occupants of the trenches were un-
Cer the impression they heard
military band in the enemy's lines
just before the attack developed. It
is now known the German infantry
started their advance with the!
bands playing. The offensive against
It one or two points was renewed at
dusk with no greater success. The
brunt of the resistance has naturally
fallen upon the infantry. In spite
of the fact they have been drenched
to the skin for many days, their
trenches have been deep in the mud
and water and in spite of the in
cessant night alarms and almost con
tinuous bombardment to which they
have been subjected, they have on
evevy occasion been ready for the
enemy's infantry when the latter at
tempted to assault, and they have
beaten them back with great loss.
Indeed the sight of troops coming up
has been a positive relief after .he
long and trying hours of inaction
under shell fire.
"The object of the great proportion
of the artillery the Germans employ
is to beat down the resistance of
thei'. enemy by a concentrated and
prolonged fire, and to shatter their
nerve with high explosives before !
their infantry attack launched. They
seemed to rely on doing this with
us, but they have not done so, though
it has taken them several costly ex
periments to discover this fact.
"From the statements of prisoners
it appears they have been greatly
disappointed by the fact the mo.al
effect produced by their heavy guns
and despite the actual losses inflict
ed, has not been at all commensurate
with the colossal expenditure of am
munition which really has been wast
ed. But this is not to imply their
artillery fire is not good, for It is
more than good; it is excellent. But
the. British soldier is a difficult per
son to impress or depress, even by
Immense shells filled with high ex
plosive, which detonate with te.Tific
force and form craters large enough
to act as graves for fire horses.
"The German howitzer shells are
from eight to nine inches in calibre,
and on impact they send up columns
of greasy black smoke. On account
of this they have been irreverently
dubbed 'coal boxes,' 'black marias,'
or 'Jack Johnsons' by the soldiers.
"Men who take things in this spirit
are, it seems, likely to throw out
calculations based on the loss of
morale so carefully framed by the
German military philosophers.
"A considerable amount of infor
mation has been gleaned torn pris?
oners. It has been gathered that our
bombardment on the fifteenth pro
duced a great impression. The opin
ion was also reported that our in
fantry makes such good use of the
ground that the German companies
are decimated by ou.- rifle fire before
our soldiers can be seen.
"From an official diary captured by
the first army corps, it appears one
of the German corps contains an ex
traordinary mixture of units, and if
the composition of the other corps is
similar, it may be assumed that the
piesent efficiency of the enemy's
forces is in no way comparable with
what it was when the war com
menced. "The losses in officers is noted i.s
having been especially severe. A
brigade is stated to be commanded
by a major; some companies of foot
guards by one year volunteers, while
after the battle of Montmirail one
regiment lost 55 out of 60 officers."
MIDNIGHT AUTO RIDE
ENDS IN DISASTER
Columbia Company Girl Severly In
jured, Is Now in Hospital
Miss Pauline Reeves, member of the
Armstrong Baby Dolls company, ap
pearing at the Columbia theater, is at
the Phoenix Hospital, suffering from
severe bruises about the head and body
and possibly internal injuries as a re
sult of being struck by an automobile
early this morning, while standing af
the side of the car in which she and
another girl of the company and two
young men had ridden out on North
Central avenue, four miles from town,
after the close of the night's perform
ance at the West Adams street play
house.
The young womtn from the theater
acepted an invitation to take a ride
after the show. They were riding along
on Central avenue when the engine
stopped. While the young men were
engaged in making regains the young
women alighted in the road. Miss
Reeves stepped a short distance from
the car at the same instant that anoth
er car approached from the north,
without rights and running at a high
rate of speed. The speeding car struck
Miss Reeves and threw her several
feet. The driver of the car without
lights did not stop but proceded to
wards town. It was impossible to se
cure his number.
Miss Reeves was picked up. placed
in the Car and hurried to the Colonial
hotel, where Dr. C. Hughes directed
her removal to the Phoenix hospital.
There it was found that she was in
jured about the head and body and
was possibly injured internally.
Shortly before coming to Phoenix,
Miss Reeves spent six weeks in an
El Paso hospital as a result of an
automobile accident and at that time
there was grave apprehension that
she would not recover.
CO-OPERATIVE STORES
BISBEE, Sept. 24. A cooperative
system by which several thousand
employes of the Copper Queen Con
solidated Mining company will oper
ate for their own profit company
stores here and at Morenci, XJ'rons
and Dawson, will be inaugurated on
October 1. The stores have been op
erating at a profit of about ten pe.'
AMUSEMENTS
"Saving of Young Anderson"
The feature picture at the Lion
theatre today is a two-reel Reliance
Photoplay called the "Saving of
Young Anderson." It's a good story
well told, the acting and photography
being especially gcod. "A Red Man's
Heart" is a story of a mining camp,
in which Francelia Billington takes
the part of an angel of the settle
ment. It is very interesting an-1 sure
to please. The comedy in today's
program is by the American players
Rogers
Peet
Company
Men's Fall Suits
are now here, in a
handsome variety
of fabrics and col
orings, designed,
cut and tailored by
the Rogers Peet
Company which is
the best endorse
ment you can get
on the subject of
style and quality.
$25.00 and Upwards
McDougall
and Cassou
Clothing, Hats, Shoes and
Gentlemen's Furnishings
ONE OF THE FIFTY
STYLES
We are showing iu Ladies'
Fall Boots
"RITZ" MODEL
Patent Colt, with black
or Toupe Cloth Top.
Price $5.00
Other Models, $3 to $7
We use the FOOTOGRAPH mea
suring system. A made-to-measure
fit at a ready-to-wear price.
If. A. Diebl Shoe Co.
8 W. Washington St.
Phoenix
Savings
Bank &
Trust Co.
and called "All on Account of a Jug."
Heinie gets thrown in the lake but
all ends well. The Cosmopolitanv re
cently contained a two-page write-
up of Eleanor Woodruff, who plays
the leading role in "The Stair.."
which comes to the Lion next week.
Show With a Punch
The show with the punch one that
they all talk about that's the Em
press show this week. That th
management has made good in its
promise to introduce this week the
best bill of the season, has been at
tested on all sides. One patron even
went so far as to proclaim that if
the house kept up the present stan
dard of vaudeville seating room soon
would be at a premium. The remaik
is very much in order, - for if ever
money's worth was present at a local
theatre, the Empress is paying in
terest on the principal sum invested
this week. Four headline acts make
up the excellent bill. Acts whose
ability cannot be questioned after
seeing them. To miss the show this
week is to truly miss a teat Much
might be said in favor of the show,
but it is one of that- kind that must
be seen to be appreciated. An
nouncement is made that on next
Tuesday night an all-around feature
bill will be presented. Included in
the bookings is Charlie Edenberg,
well known in sporting circles as
Battling Nelson's foremost sparring
partner. Mr. Edenberg is seen in an
act entirely his own, and one that
possesses an atmosphere of original
ity not usually seen in vaudeville.
The Regale
Another excellent program is prom
ised for today at the Regale theater,
210-212 East Washington .street. "The
Evil Genius", a two reel Eclair drama,
is the feature offering and is bound to
please the Regale patrons. A Nestor
comedy, "The Wrong Miss Wright," is
also on the bill and is guaranteed to
drive away the blues. With an addi
tional single reel drama, the program
will be complete.
Bruce McRea Draws
Manager Nace was congratulating
himself last evening when the Arizona
theater had closed for the night, over
the showing that had been made by the
house with the Famous player attrac
tion "The Ring and the Man" in which
the young romantic actor Bruce Mc
Rae stars. The picture proved a draw
ing card of the first water well worth
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PRESCOTT
SUNDAY?
7
Santa Fe City Office
Corner Central Ave. and Adams St.
Phone 453
Santa Fe MM
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
01 TTT T CI
ffjVVVXIVVIAArifVVV-ir-'.'V-i-ii! "- --
Tell Your Friends
Elvey & Hulett's
Drug Store
Now Located in
O'Neil Building
N. W. Cor. Adams & 1st Ave.
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
MACHINERY
Machinery of all kinds built, re
built or repaired. Best equipped
shop in state. Only expert me
chanics. Work guaranteed.
O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO.
Me OOO nnA hi
uyvwwiAnryrMWYvrr "-'"-------
E. S. WAKELIN CO.
Distributors of
GOLDEN GATE TEAS
seeing, one of the best attractions here
this season.
The Lamara
'Xeath the Lion's Paw" a three reel
picture full of sensational acting in
which a woman is actuallv seen in the
embrace of an immense lion is the top
liner at the Lamara theater today as it
was yesterday. The picture created all
sorts of enthusiasm at the Lamara
theater yesterday. It is worth seeing.
The Massacre
When "the Eiograph people put
Blanche Sweet in the list of stars be
fore the moving picture fans of Amer
ica they did an artistic service that will
not be soon forgotten. When they lost
her they lost one of the best act
resses ever seen in America either on
the stage or on the screen. One of
the greatest films ever produced with
Blanche Sweet as the lead is "The
Massacre" at the Plaza today. It is
worth while. There will be shown in
addition "Explosive D" a Kalem: "An
American in the Making", "Who's
Who" and a "Broncho Billy" picture.
When the Sun Shines
is the time to hustle and prepare for rainy days. A regular savings
deposit is the proper preparation.
Wo Pay Interest
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The National Bank of Arizona
"OLD RELIABLE"
go Saturday
back Monday
Round Trip
on sale October 3.
Return Limit October 5.
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Butter-Nat Bread
Pure as the Drifted Snow
Since 1881
Phoenix Bakery
I 7 W. Washington St.
MAE ENGLE
Pianist Teacher
. Accompanist
Phone 796. 608 N. First St
AMERICAN KITCHEN
Regular Meals, 35 Cents.
Short Orders All Night.
33 North Center, Phoenix.
Yee Sing, Proprietor.
AUTOMOBILE HE TABLE
GLOBE-PHOENIX STAGE
Quicker and cheaper than train
fare. Globe, $15; 25 round trip.
Leaves daily at 8 a. m.; arrives
Roosevelt 2 p. m.; Globe and Miami,
1:30 p. m. Passengers collected from
any part of the city. Tickets at
Adams and Ford Hotels and Shaw's
Smoke House. W. A. Hill. Prop., 28
V. Second Ave.
Lodge Notices
njyvyu-irirar"r"""" s
LOTAL 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.
BENNETT LUMBER
COMPANY
Everything In Lumber
S- H - O-E-S
and Hosiery That's all.
Harry A. Drachman
Shoe Co.
22 West Adams St.
SPECIAL PRICE
On wood and coal for September
only
PHOENIX WOOD & COAL CO.,
S. Third Avenue and Jackson
Phone 12.15

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