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THE ARIZONA' REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1914 Charter Oak S TO VES and RANGES have Hindi' n record for themselves the world over. All ranges are full asbestos lined throughout; oven and lids are strongly reinforced: prevents all "wnrp-in-r. Knch is a perfect baker. See our line before you buy. EZRA W. THAYER Everything in Hardware 124-1.10 E. VnshiiiKtoii Street. 127-LW E. Adams Ml Ask Your Dealer for nrvrwnnn RED 1U1 U Wl MAN The Latest Style in Fancy Madras Collars Made in America 2 for 25 Cents EARL & WILSON MAKERS OF TROY'S BEST PRODUCT ENTERTAINMENT FOR ASSOCIATED CHARITIES "Something for nothing is not tin; policy of the Kriduy club and while it is asking the Phoenix public to help the Associated Charities, it is also offering one of the best entertainments of the season. Tomorrow evening at the Woman's club J. .Murray Anilerson, assisted by Miss Crane, will be seen in the new ballroom dances and Mrs. Katherine Wisner McClusky will give a dramatic reading. The program has been ar ranged by Mrs. E. A. Marshall, Mrs. Krnest Lewis and Mrs. Louis H. Chal mers, who are in charge of the affair. Dancing and cards will be features of the evening. From the interest the event has aroused, there is every reason to be lieve that it is not alone for its cause but because of the popularity of the entertainers to appear on the program, that the club house will he crowded to morrow night. The advance sale of tickets indicates the attendance will lie arge. OLD AUTOS MADE NEW WITH AUTO GLOSS, IN ALL COLORS Ask Cavilcer, the Painter. A paint for every 1 purpose. The Sun Proof Paint Store W. N. Cavileer, Mgr. 10S E. Adams St. Phone 1329 Fairbanks-Morse Engines Schieren's Duxbak Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY CO. 3rd Ave. and Jackson "We Have the Stock" Phoenb yj'V"fi. iW. Let me oend ycu FREE PERFUME Write today for a testing bottle of EDo PIN AUD'S LILAC The world's most famous pcTfanc. every drop as sweet the living blossom. Kor handkerchief, atomizer and hath. Fine niter shaving. AH the vaiue is in the pcrtumc-you don't pay extra for 2 f-ncy bottle. The duality is wonderful Tho rricc only 7x. (6 02 ). Send 4c. for the little bott!e--enough i jr tO handkerchiefs. Write today. PARFUMERIE ED. PiNAUD, Dapartmer.t M. n. plnaud duild:ng nhw york Amusements E.LKS THEATRE FRIDAY, NOV. 20 Matinee and Night IM-Jell In Mexico One big cyclone of laughter. Everything new. Bring the kiddies. Seats now on sale at Empress Theatre. Night prices 5Cc to $1.50; matinee 25c to $1.00. The sale is heavy. Come early. THEATER TODAY Follow the Hand? Advertisement. (Id Mr. Merchant: Catch the earl? Xmas Shopper with an early Xmas ad! A DAINTY TOILET ARTICLE Kvery lady who desires to keep up r attractive appearance, while at the theater, attending; receptions, when shopping, while traveling, and on all occasions, should carry in her purse a booklet of Ootiraud's Oriental Beauty Leaves. This is a duintv little booklet of euuisitely perfumed powdered leaves which are easily re moved and applied to the skin. It is invaluable when the face beeom"s moist and flushed and is far superior to a powder puff, as it does not split and soil the clothes. It removes dirt, soot . and grease from the face. Imparting a cool deli cate bloom to the complexion. Put up in white and pink and sent any where on receipt of ten cents in stamps or coin. F. T. HOPKINS 37 Great Jones St. New York (Advertisement) L SYSTEM CLOTHES for YOUNG MEN Stein-BIoch $25 Suits and Overcoats For Hen Are the BEST Made-Ready Clothes in the World at That Price Plain statement of a plain fact. Has heen so through three generations. AVill stay so. AVhy best? Because 'they do not stop (as docs the usual f'2" suit) at good fabrics and good. style; tliey contain the best pos sible workmanship. "Without that the best of fabrics won't stand, the best of style . won't stick. FOR MEN AND BOYS IE r GLENDALE PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION The Cilendale 4'arent Teachers asso ciation will meet Friday evening at eight o'clock at the high school audi torium. Among the interesting num bers on the program will he an address, "An Kducational Survey of Arizona", by Prof. Oijodny of Phoenix. All who are interested are cordially invited to attend. BUcNOS AMIGOS The second meeting of the fiuenos Amigos club will be held this evening at the Woman's club. The hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. Harry Cartmel, Mrs. Harry More, Mrs. Ceo. Walters, and Mjjs. Rav Stauf-fer. Follow the Band? Advertisement. dil All automobile coupons in President, Ambassador and Statesman coffee re deemed at Lerg's Music Store, at 227 West Adams, for 5c each, until Novem ber 2Z. Huy these brands and get bet ter coffee for less money.- Advertise ment.) o Do Your Xmas Shopping Early Do your Xmas shopping early. Help the clerks. Help yourself. TRADES YELLOW CAT FOR WOMAN'S VOTE! SHIPMENTS W. M. Weston shipped a car of beef cattle to Present t, Arizona. The Glendale cotton gin shipped a car of cotton to ;:ilve.ston, Texas. Oeo. Alkire shipped ten dressed ostriches to Chicago, Illinois. A car of hay was shipped to King man, Arizona. Two cars of telephone poles were re ceived for tile Mountain States Tele phone company. in arranging contracts and will have charge of the shipping of the Glendale crop. HOTEL ARRIVALS F. M. Weston of Prcscott, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Ant of Superior, Arizona, T. A. Faber of San Francisco, Fred V. Keller of Prescott, L. Ij. Harman of Phoenix, S. A. Gerard of Cincinnati, Ohio, and ('has. Ward of Cincinnati are registered at the Glenwood Hotel. PERSONALS 1. McMillan left last evening for Spencer, West Virginia. . IJ. Belts and Gos Harrison were Phoenix visitors, Wednesday. L. I.. Harmon of Phoenix, was here attending business matters today. I.. Spieer of Peoria, was a Glendale visitor today. been added at the ITolliday Drug company. Mr. Fox hails from Phoe nix, and was employed at the Rosy Drug store until the recent fire. losition with company. the Lesueuer-Spils'miry . LADIES OF WOODMEN CIRCLE. The ladies of the Woodmen Circl" gave a very successful event Tues day night in tho form of a masquer ade ball at 'the K. P. hall. There was a large crowd in attendance and they lie and all enjoyed themselves. Th? prizes were won by Mrs. Heber Har mon, as the Dutch Cleanser woman, ami Kav Gillespie as n hobo. ACCEPTS Miss Pearl NEW POSITION Hill has accepted All automobile coupons in President, Ambassador and Statesman coffee re deemed at Lerg's Music Store, at 22' West Adams, for 5c each, until Novem ber -". Fuy these brands and get bet ter of fee for less money. t Advertisement.) Follow the Hand? Advertisement. dd Do Your Xmas Shopping Early Do your Xmas shopping early. Help the clerks. Help yourself. FROM SAN FRANCISCO T. A. Faber arrived this morning from S in Francisco. California and will he employed as chief chemist at the sugar factory. CANTALOUPE MEN HERE S. A. Gerard and Charles Word of the Gerard commission House of Cincin nati, Ohio, arrived this morning in Glendale from the Imperial valley and will .spend :i few days here looking in to the prospects for a cantaloupe crop for 19 1.1. Mr. Ward will remain in the valley some time to assist Mr. Hilvert MESA (Continued From Page Nine) uouon Growers, Attention Buy your cotton field machinery at Kunz Bros. & Messinger and save money. Let us show you. amount of business being done by his company. DODE'S A DADDY Joseph Morris, better known ' fans and acquaintances as "Dude," is I the. proud parent of a fine baby gi"!, who arrived at the Morris home Tuesday evening. DRAWS LARGE CROWD The special feature film run at the Majestic Tuesday night was accorded a large patronage. The subject was "Protea. II" in some of her wonderful adventures. Phoenix Directory Automobiles Garages Accessories A. A. A. Official TOURING GARAGE McARTnUR BROS. PACKARP CASE JEFFERY NEW DEPARTMENT AT HOLLi DAY'S M. W. Fox arrived in Mesa yes terday and took charge of the lunch and sandwich department that his Mongrel Feline Only Item of Campaign Expense of Socialist Candidate for House of Representatives Special six reel featuring program PERILS OF PAULINE and a splendid two American drama reel THE COCOON I and the K RIITTPRnvU I I LIU L lp COLISEUM Opens Tuesday, November 24th. What is without exception the most unique campaign expense account ever filed by any political candidate in Ari zona reached the office of the secre tary of state yesterday from John Sy vcrson, candidate for the house of rep resentatives from Yuma county on the socialist ticket. I'nder the head of dis bursements, Syveison's sole entry is as follows: "(me half-grown cat, breed mongrel, color yellow, sex unknown, to Mrs. J. W. Clymer of Yuma, Arizona, after receiving which she promised to vote for me." No entry appears under the head of receipts and there are no other disbursements. Another interesting item Is found in the statement of Thomas K. Campbell, member-elect of the state tax com mission under the head of re ceipts, which reads as follows: Money received, none. Support from friends, Heyond mone- ary consideration. , i I4 DODGE PUTS RED LIGHTS 0VR FIRE ALARM BOXES Regale The Third installment of .The Trey o' Hearts next Tuesday and Wednesday, Novemher 17th and 18th. LAZA Strand War Series Every ' Saturday LAMARA Nov. 23-24 "THE LITTLEST REBEL" Nov. 2G-27-28 "QUO VADIS" ARIZONA THE PARAMOUNT HOUSE Owen Moore and Virginia -'Pearson in "AFTER MATH," Friday and Saturday. EMPRESS The Home of High-class Pic tures and the Best of Music, Devises Scheme to Aid Those Look ing for Alarm Stations at Night When the streets were beins dec orated for the week of the recent state fair. City Electrical Inspector Dodge devised a unique plan of util izing the ornamental street lighting standards in augumenting the riot of color. He placed powerful lamps of several different colors in the upper piobes of the standards and at once won for himself a niche in the hail of fame. But colored lights are not strictly applicable for illumination purposes txcept upon gala occasions, so i". seemed that none of the colored lamps could again be utilized until the American Mining Congress, or the Sun Fete. But Dodge again got Lusy with his thinking apparatus and decided . that tho red lamps could be put to a good and permanent use. Witness now each night a bright ted glare at every street intersection where a f're alarm box is located In the ornamental lighting standard dis trict. It is an every ready signal at night, directing the excited individual who upon discovering a fire is ut a loss to know where the nearest firp alarm box is located. Many people are aware that a box is located at a certain corner, but upon arriving U the intersection lose valuable time in determining the exact spot where the box is to be found. The red light, shining out like a beacon on a clear light, locates the box automatically and removes all confusion. More nzooa motor Company, Inc. AUTOMOBILES Everything for ts automobile carried in stock. FIRST AND VAN BUREN 8TREETS if you find coffee is hurting you! Coffee, on account of its dru, caffeine, does hurt lots of people causes headache, heart flutter, ner vousness, sleeplessness and other ills. Thousands of coffee users, discovering the of their discomfort, have switched to cause POSTUM -and found relief. There's a Reason" Post urn a pure food-drink contains no caffeine or other drug or harmful substance. It does con-, tain the nutriment of prime wheat and wholesome molasses from which it is made. Delicious Nourishing Economical Postum comes in two forms. Regular Postum -must be boiled, l.'c and 2:c pkgs. Instant Postum needs no boiling. A teasponnful of uble powder stirred in a cup with hot water makes a beverage instantly. 3c and TiOe tins Cost pr cup -of both kinds is about the same. "There's a Reason" for POSTUM the solu-delightful BMC VULCANIZING OF ALL KINDS DONE PROMPT LY. WORK GUARANTEED. OUT OF TOWN WORK SOLICITED. 207 W. Washington St Overland Phone 2f W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agenti Garage and Salesrooms Arizona Vulcanizing Works 313 North Central Avenue. Phone 1450 MOBILE Thos. H. McKevitt and Co. Oscar Irvin, Sales Manager Corner Central Avenue and Van Buren Telephone 1136 for a demonstration Reliable RubberWorks The only completely equipped vulcanizing plant in the city. All work ab solutely guaranteed. 306 North Central Avenue. MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horrell 521 N. Central. Phone 1223 Expert Service Men CAPITAL AUTO SUPPLY CO. ACCESSORIES U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE Everything But the Auto 517 N. Central Ave. Phone 1071 Diamond Tires 110 N. Central Ave. Phone 414 M. L. BUCKLEY, JR. FRANKLIN THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET TODAY GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Arizona Corner Fecoml and Adams Streets Ford Motor Car 5-Passenger, $565. Runabout, $511 EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent 308-310 E. Adams St Maricopa County Agent for Firestona Tires HAYNES 4-48 Electric Gear Shift $1950 PHOENIX GEO. W. CAMPBELL Phone 646. 18 Wall Street Master Carburetors More Mileage, More Speed, More Power, Guaranteed SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR 309-315 North Central Avenue CO. MAXWELL O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO. T. 8. Trent, Manager. Automobile Repairing r - J.. T" r A . .1 AmBnwlmm 1850 F. O. B. Phoenix v.ul.,r Gray & Davis Starter326-28-30 N. Central OVERLAND Huntsman-Hotchkiss Overland Co. 301-303 N. Central Ave. Phone 1136 RADIATORS Repaired and Rebuilt We repair lamps, wind shields and fenders. We . also replace glasses in windshields and lamps, and do coppersmith work. 4 West Van Buren St. TRANSCONTINENTAL GARAGE 108-110 N. Second Ave. Storage, Repairs and Gen eral Machine Work. Work guaranteed. Pleasure Cars and Commercial Trucks Service Station 326-28-30 N. Central. Phone fM M. L. NAQUIN, Distributors glory for Dodge.