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OUR. examinations, tell the trouble Our Glasses correct it. Northrup Optical Co. Successor to SWIGERT BROS. 9 East Ad-ma St. Prescription lenses ground in our i J AUTOMOBILE III TABLE GLOBE-PHOENIX STAGE Quicker and cheaper than train fare. Globe, $15; $25 round trip. Leaves daily at 8 a. m.; arrives Kooscvelt 2 p. ra.; Globe and Miami, 4:30 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. There are men who would kick at using ANOTHER MAN'S TOOTHBRUSH Who put up with a community shaving brush and razor. Why not buy a Gillette or an Auto Strop and enjoy clean, convenient personal shaves. 'atiniuciw: Arrow Shirts and Collars All the New Styles as advertised are ready for you at PHOENIX, 35-37 North Central Fine Clothing and Haberdashery SALT RIVER VALLEY MONU MENTAL WORKS V. E. Lindsay, Prop. 409 West Washington St Arizona granite as well aa all other granite used. Phone 1323 for prices Reason No. 5 The Values in our $12.50 Suits. A GTeat Output Quick Sales Small Profits The factories we represent, located in New York and . St. Louis, are the greatest outputters of guaran teed clothing and confine their good to stores like ours through out the country. The fact that they are "Woolen Mills and Factory com bined, turning out an average of 1800 suits a day gives them the big advantage of buying enabling us handling suits through them to ring these big values in J12.50 gar ments directly from factory to you. Watch for Our Next Fact Wolf & Wolf Opposite Hotel Adams 11-13 East Adams Street r -Mm S e te3SSr s For Picture Framing go to BALKE'S The Big Curio on Adams Street Of Local Interest STORED WATER SUPPLY AVuter service report for October 27. Elevation of water in reservoir, feet lir,.G4 Contents of reservoir, acre feet.lT5,T01 Gain preceding 24 hrs, acre feet ltf4 i:irvation of water 1 year ago. 110.T! Contents of reservoir one year "go 132,1.53 Normal flow of Salt and Verde river at Granite Reef dam, I- 1 38,830 Normal flo wuater for lands up to year 1SD0 Amount of water used for irri gation, north side, JI. 1 22.S70 Amount of water used for irri gation, south side, M. 1 20.S15 LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY 6 a.m. 6 p.m. Temperature, dergces KG TS Sensible temperature 5.1 5S Humidity, per cent 42 2S Wind, direction E SE Wind, velocity, miles in 3 j Rainfall 0 0 i Weather Clear Clear Highest temperature SO Lowest temperature K4 Mean relative humidity Total rainfall 0 Excess in temperature yesterday, C degrees. Excess in temperature since fi'-st of month, 15 degrees. Accumulated excess in temperature since January 1. 433 degrees. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .01 inch. Excess in rainfall since first of month, 1.33 inches. Accumulated deficiency in rainfall since January 1, 2.05 inches. Data for Tucson Highest temperature yesterday Til Rainfall yesterday 0 ROBERT R. BRtOOS, Section Director. 0 MORE DISTURBANCES Yet a further complaint has been filed hy Manager Albert G. Smith of the New Palace Cafeteria, against a street agi tator. Jack Shepard whom he alleges to have disturbed the peace by his re marks and suggestions of "unfairness" of the policy of the cafeteria. A FACULTY RECITAL The first j of the faculty recitals scheduled for this season at tle Arizona School of Music will be given Thursday evening October 29 at 8:30 at which Mrs. Shir- lev Christy presents William Conrad Mills tf nor head of the vocal depart ment and Georgia Lucas, pianiste one of the first assistants of the piano de partment. These recitals are to be given to the public without charge and a most cordial invitation is extended to all. o GUNS for rent PInney & Robln- C. W. CISNEY Republican Candidate for County Supervisor A Supervisor for the People. For a careful and business administration of the coun ty business. U - - "I - 1 To the Temperance Voters of Maricopa County: It is most Important that a legisla ture be elected at the coining elec tion which will be controlled by friends of the prohibition amendment, so that proper laws may be enacted :o carry into effect the provisions of the amendment when adopted. It is possible for a wet legislature to largely nullify the good intended by the proposed amendment. The office of member of the legis lature has now become practically a non-partisan office, and without po litical importance, so that the peo ple are free to select the best ma terial from among the candidates nominated by the different political parties. The local Temperance Federation Signed by DAVID ROBERTS, Chairman of Glendale Temperance Federation. MARY K. G. BARKLEY.Secretary Glendale Temperance Federation. JENNIE E. MANN, Chairman Peoria Temperance Federation. MABEL J. HOOD, Secretary Peoria Temperance Federation. IMOGEN LA CHANCE, Acting President, Arizona State W. C. T. U. CLARA E. WING, President W. C. T. U Phoenix, Ariz. DR. H. A. HUGHES. SAM GREENE. j MATRIMONIAL. Marriage licenses were issued yesterday to George S. Miller and Gertrude E. Heller of Maricopa county and to Raymond Alee and Lola Margaret Stroud of Maricopa county. UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union Telegraph offices for the following: Mrs. Bacon. Frank King. Sam Horner, M. K. Williams and E. W. Payne. FIRE TRUCK INSTALLED Auto Fire Truck, No. 2, was installed yes terday in the new fire station at j Ninth and Van liuren streets. A j company of four men will he on duty j at the new station and answer calls in that district. In a few days it is expected that Station No. 3 will also be placed in commission. Y. W. C. A. HALLOWE'EN PARTY "Every member bring a friend," reads the invitation to the Y. W. C. A. Halloween party Saturday j night. A jolly time is being planned m.int wilhin a f(,w d.lys ;i fu, size(J by the committee in charge. Each j 8rimpIe ,,.,1Iot lf what ,he vot.rs Imlv guest is requested to bring a cup, aexpw.t t fiml when ,hov yii.it the fork, a stick of wood and ten cents, i ,)ooth ,n, tm,ir voU ednots on uoai lorsfi, i-jauu.!, wu,.,otlJt eventful day. The additional 31, at 30t North Second street. NEW MINING CORPORATION. Articles were filed incorporating the La Anozira Gold Mining company in the office of the. county recorder yes terday. The corporation, which is formed to carry on a general mining business, has a capital stock of one million dollars, to be put out in a million shares, each of the par value of one dollar. L. M. L-nncy and W. E. Milligan of Phoenix are associated together as incorporators. MEN'S CLUB MEETING The Men's club of Trinity Pro-Cathedral will meet this evening at 8 o'clock in the Parish house. C. H. Parker, con nected with the Federal Industrial Relations committee and professor of economics at the University of Cali fornia, will speak on "The New Prob lem of Labor and Its Social Results." Prof. Parker is a national authority on this subject and a most interest ing speaker. The meeting is open to all who care to attend. GLEE CLUB ENTERTAINS The Glee club of t he high school accom panied bv Naomi Reed entertained l the school yesterday morning with a I musical treat. After several selections iby the school orchestra the club con sisting of twenty pretty girls and 'ten boys filed upon the stage and for twenty minutes held the school under the spell of their music. To Miss Scott, the instructor of the glee club, great credit is due for turning out these future Carusos and Schu mann Heinks. NORTON IS HERE An EI Paso booster broke into The Republican office Monday night and changed the j location of Charles E. Morton's : flower shop to the Pass City. While j El Paso is a fine place, and might be an admirable location for an up I to-date flower shop, Phoenix is so much better that Mr. Morton, who !left Los Angeles and Chicago in pre- I ference, has decided to locate here. He has no intention of going to El Paso, but will be found in the lialke building on North First avenue here after. o 14 lbs. cane sugar, $1.00 Thursday. McKee's (Advertisement) dr WARM WEATHER COMING prediction Is Made That Winter Is Still Long Way Off ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH WASHINGTON, Oct. 27. The .in surance that today's touch of winter J would be followed immediately by warmer weather generally tlirougn cut the country was given out to night by the government forecasters. The warmth is said to be moving eastward in the wake of the biting wind that brought freezing tempera tures and killing frosts to Ohio and the upper and middle Mississippi valley. Maine is the only state where the temperature went below freezing to night. The frost line today extended as far south as Tennessee and north west Texas. There was a light snow fell all over Lake Ontario and north ern Maine. Unofficial reports from Harrison burg, Va., tonight said ice formed in some places there three-quarters of an inch thick. o ANTWERPIANS PROTEST Say British, in Retreating, Needlessly Destroyed Merchants' Stocl f A3SOCIAVED PRESS DISPATCH AMSTERDAM, Oct. 27. Fifty Ant werp commercial houses protested to the United States against the de struction of stock by the Britisi forces before their retreat. They demand 230,000,000 francs from the Eritish government. The merchants claim the destruc tion was not occasioned by the de fense, but was wilfully done by tho Pritish during their retreat. o 14 lbs. cane sugar, $1.00 Thursday. McKee's (Advertisement) dr of Glendale and Peoria desire to urge the temperance voters of the county to vote for MR. J. L. GANT, jF GLENDALE, as a member of the State Legislature. He has always been an active and staunch supporter of all temperance measures; more than thirty years ago he voted for :he first prohibition amendment submitted in Kansas; he helped to organize, the first Good Templars Lodge in Maricopa County. He is in ardent and staunch supporter of the present prohibition amendment. He has lived for thirty-one years in the county and is a successful and careful business man, Just the type of man we need in the legislature. ' Mark the square opposite his name. SAMPLE SHEET OF NEW BALLOT Republican Will Print flic; Blanket Affair So That People ilav e Acquaint ed With Task of Tues day -S'ext In order that the readers of The Republican may become fully ac quainted with the blanket ballot that will be in use at the election in the : , t Tl,,,ilv ,iu ! work necessary to set this up and run it in a regular 'dition of the pa per is cheerfully assumed in this of fice in order that the whole people may know what the ballot looks like and what they have to do to record 1 their choice of candidates. 200 boxes Pig Hello Finer apples, new shipment $1.13. Cranberries 3c per lb. McKee's (Advertisement) gh WANT FIRST INSTALLMENT ASSOCIATED TliliSS DISPATCH NEW YORK, Oct. 2T. Local mem bers of the federal reserve bond were notified from Washington to lay the first installment of one-si::th the total subscription of federal bank stock. This approximates $3,5011,01)0. ROCKEFELLERS INNOCENT ASSOCIATED n:KSS BIFFATCHl PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 27. John D. Rockefeller anil his son, defend - I ants in the government dissolution suit, against t he United States St"cl Corporation, were defended in the federal district court by counsel ahd b Id imi'icent on the charge that they were conspirators in the forma tion and management of the big steel ' concern. SINGER CRACKS STONE ASSOCIATED IMtSSS DISPATCH NEW YORK, Oct. 27. Albert Reiss. tenor of the Metropolitan Op era, arrived on the French liner after having cracked stone and made siloes f'r cjsht weeks as a German pris oner' in a French camp. Although a Herman, he had lived in France for thirty years. NOT OOINi; OUT OF BUSINESS We are not Roing out of business, so it will be to your interest to let us do your watch and jewelry repairing. All work guaranteed. White & Wesley 7-9 West Adams. Advertisement. 11 -i . 0 TENNIS GOODS. PInney & Robin son. Advertisement V. E. MESSINGER Republican Candidate for County Supervisor NON-PARTISAN adminis tration and closer PER SONAL ATTENTION to couutv business will cut out WASTE, stretch the public dollar, and result in BET TER SERVICE and LOW ER TAXES. Special Values in Hot Water Bottles AH This Week 75c Guaranteed. Regular $1.50 values. The Busy Drug Store The San-Tox Store Phone 550 and 0(30 HS rjf CI Dress Up with cue of our stylish C. & K. hat?., Distinctive because they are stylish without being odiously extreme. $4.00 McDougall & Cassou The New "Way Men's Shop P. N. G. CLUBS MEET. Anna Flora post, Noble Grands club, will meet at the home of Mrs. V. A. Smith on Park road, Thursday, Octo ber 2ft. The members will meet at I'erryhill's cvorner to take the 10 a. m. Glendale car. Who Sells The Latest Styles in Ladies' Hand Bags? Elvey & HuEetf Quality Druggists of course. O'Neil Rldg. N. W. Cor. Adams 1st Adams. Phoenix See the beautiful display Adams Window Here's one of the newest creations in LADIES' FOOTWEAR Domino Calf, mat kid top, celluloid Louie heel. .$7.00 Made by Laird, Schober & Co. tl. A. Diehl Shoe Co. 8 W. Washington St. TO VOTERS: On account of failing health, Mr. Herbert R. Patrick, regular republican nominee for justice of the peace, East Thoenix precinct, declines to make the race or tiualify, therefore we have sub stituted the name and endorse Mr. W. D. Patterson for this of fice. Inasmuch as the ballots have been printed you are re quested to write Jlr. Patterson's name in the blank below Mr. Pat rick's name and place an X in the square to the right of Mr. Tatter son's name. Republican County Central Com. S ' H ' O E' S and Hosiery That's all. Harry A. Drachman H V Shoe Co. 22 ftVest Adams St. A MAN owned a One dollar will start an account here, 4 per cent. The Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Co. w oo By buying now you will save money H. C. ROBI&ETTE WOOD AND COAL YARD Cor. 2nd Ave. & Taylor St. Phone 17:i2 $1,000,000 a Year ' Saved for Women of America The American College of Dressmaking of Kansas Citv will open branch school Monday, October 2)th, 1914. Room 12, Monihan Building, First Avenue and "Washington. Free! Free! Coupon good for one 75c Shirt Waist Pattern if pre sented at school during opening week. Name ...... Address Job Lots of Paint $1.25 per Gallon All colors calcimine 6c The very latest wall paper, l.'c per bolt up 103 E. Adams. WM. CAVILEER & CO. Phone 1829 Lodge Koticeg LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Phoenix Lodge, No. 70S; Meetings every Tuesday, Moose home 28 S. Center. Visit ing brothers Invited. George N. MacBean, Dictator; Walter R. Van Tyne. Secretary. REDEWILL MUSIC CO. Established in 1881 224 West Washington St. INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED Pianos Rebuilt and Refinished HAIR GOODS FOR SALE 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 Adam Street California Restaurant Under new management. Give us a trial I SPECIAL PRICE On wood and coal for September only PHOENIX WOOD & COAL CO., S. Third Avenue and Jackson Phono 1235 i ii : " 1 1 1 E. S. WAKE LIN CO. r. " Distributors of . $l00m&eri&2 GOLDEN GATE TEAS pWttZ M W rrr: 7 A GREAT BUSINESS SUCCESS is never made without the assistance of a reliable bank like The National Bank of Arizona "OLD RELIABLE" WHO railroad once said to J. J. Hill, mat nis railroad was not so long as the Great Northern, but that it was just as wide. Your dollars may not be as many as the millionaires, but they are worth just as much and will do just as much work SAVE THEM. Most millionaires got theirs that way. Now they invested wisely. Coa Garden City Resturant NewXocation 2123 East Adams 8t. 5 gals. Zerolene . $2.85 5 gals. Vacuum Mobile Oils.. $3.50 5 pounds Arctic Cup Grease.. .85 and Only Red Crown Gasoline. PHOEXIX OIL CO. Phone 1330 221 W.Jeff. St. Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Co. BENNETT LUMBER; COMPANY Everything In Lumber : MACHINERY I 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. 326-328-330 N. Central Vjnju'Vinjirvv'iiiiirii-i-iii' "i-"- "r'