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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1914
OUR. examinations, tell
the trouble
Our Glasses correct it.
Korthrup Optical Co.
Successor to
6WIGERT BROS.
9 East Adorns St.
Prescription lenses ground In our
own shop.
Garden City Resturant
New Location
21-23 East Adams St.
5 gals. Zerolene $2.85
5 gals. Vacuum Mobile Oils.. 13.50
5 pounds Arctic Cup Grease. . .85
and Only Red Crown Gasoltn.
PHOENIX OIL CO.
Phone 1330
221 W. Jeff. St.
SPECIAL PRICE
On wood and coal for September
only
PHOENIX WOOD & COAL CO.,
S. Third Avenue and Jackson
Phone 1235
These cool
nights and
mornings
you'd find
one of our
fine
most comfortable.
All styles and
weaves $2.50
to $10.00.
,35-37 N. Central
"If it's correct, Hyder
has it"
U3E
OUR
CUSTOMERS'
PHONE
Whenever vou're down
town. Located on our
customers' desk by our
Adams street entrance.
It's at vour service.
Mniuctw
KOTOKCrCtl PIUVCRY- 1ST. J,n
MACHINERY
Machinery of all kinds built, re
built or repaired. Best equipped
shop In state. Only expert me
chanlcfl. Work guaranteed.
O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO.
326-328-330 N. Central
HAIR GOODS FOR SALE
Ladles' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing,
Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair
Dressing; Expert Chiropodists, all
toot troubles removed. Moles and
warts removed by electricity.
SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY
Phone 1704
3 East Adams StrMt
BUTTER-NUT BREAD
Pure as the Drifted Snow
Since 1881
PHOENIX BAKERY
rr ITT tlr "ki vi rllTl S
I V. VV iifillliil,""1
Sn J ARIZ.
POST CARDS
5 Cents Dozen
BALKE'S
Big Curio Store
Closing-Out Sale
Of Local Interest
STORED WATER SUPPLY
Water service report for Nov. 18:
Elevation of water in reservoir,
feet 118.00
Contents of reservoir, acre ft-. 188,03
Gain preceding 24 hrs, acre ft. G.1S
E'.evation of water 1 year ago. 108.74
Contents of reservoir 1 yr ago. 143,695
Normal flow of Salt and Verde
rivers at" Granite Reef dam,
M. 1 32,80 J
Normal flow water tor lands
up to year 188?
Amount of water used for irri
gation, north side, M. 1 9,700
Amount of water used for irri
gation, south side, M. 1 15,280
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LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
6 a.m. 6 p.m.
. .58 73
Tt-mpmature, degrees 58
Scnsibl-j temperature 4(i
52
Humidity, per cent 35 IS
Wind direction W N
Wind velocity, miles 2 5
Rainfall 0 0
Weather .. . . Clear Clear
Highest temperature 79
Lowest temperature 47
Ji'ean relative humidity 26
Excess in temperature yesterday 5
degrees.
Excess in temperature since first
of month 35 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since January 1, 535 degrees.
Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .05
inch.
Excess in rainfall since first of
month t5 inch.
Accumulated deficiency in rainfaU
s-ince January 1, .78 inch.
Data for Tucson
Highest temperature yesterday 75
Rainfall yesterday 0
ROBERT BRIGGS, Section Director.
MATRIMONIAL A marriage li
cense was issued yesterday to Ray
mond Pohle and Josephine Coyle of
Maricopa county.
OFF FOR CUBA P. F. Innis, Bible
colporteur of the Seventh-Day Ad
ventist denomination, leaves net
iJontlay fur the province of Santa
Clara, Cuba, where he will take u;
his work.
ADMITTED TO THE BAR Wil
liam A. Carter of Phoenix was ad
mitted to practice before the -supreme
court yesterday on certificate
from the supreme court of Missouri.
SOME YAMS'-There is a 48 pound
tunch of white yams on exhibit in
the display window of the E. J. Ben-
imt real estate office. These bid!
spuds are from a single hill and
were ri'ised by W. A. Hood on hi 3
ranch near Peoria.
FEDERAL OFFENSE S. E. Allen,
a bartender, is held in the county
jail to answer a charge of selling
liquor to an Indian yesterday. in
Judge Langston's court defendant
was bound over in the sum of $r,i;0,
in default of which he was committed
to the county jail. '
SEE IT PULL The bull tractor
v hich attracted so much attention
at the fair is now busy on a big
rh.wing job for Dr. Norton on his
ranch just north of the fair grounds.
For such a small tractor it is mighty
efficient and all who have seen it
work think it quite a wonder.
HEARING AT TUCSON The
complaint of F. J. Wahrton against
the Tucson Gas, Electric Light and
power company has been set for
hearing at Tucson on November 24.
The case, which involves charges
extending over a long period, will be
heard by Corporation Commissioner
Cole.
GLENDALE P. T. A. MEET FRI
DAY The postponed meeting of tin
Glendale Parent-Teachers' associa
tion is announced for Friday even
ing at the high school auditorium.
Instructor F. Colodny of the Phoenfc
high school faculty will address tho
meeting on the topic of an educa
tional survey of he schools of Ari
zona FATHER AND SON DISCHARGED
The charge of cattle theft against
O. R. Gruewell and his son William
was dismissed by Judge Johnstone
yesterday. The case arose out of
the loss by R. Taylor, a southsid?
rancher, of a calf, back in August.
Defendants, however, produced evi
dence from three neighboring ranch
ers testifying to having witnessed
William Gruewell purchase the calf
from an Indian, ignorant of its ori
gin. The judge decided that there
was insufficient evidence against de
fendants to record a conviction.
Do Your Xmas Shopping
Early
Do your Xmas shopping early. Help
the clerks. Help yourself.
Follow the Band? Advertisement.
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New pears 20c per lb.
New Silver Prunes ....... ..20c per ih.
New Popcorn 10c per ib.
Fine Cabbage 3 for 19
Swift's Premium Ham .23c lb.
No. 10 Snowdrift $130
No. 10 Crusto $1.30
Ranch Eggs, 35c doz.
Special Fresh Roasted Coffee. .20c lb.
Solid Pack. 2U lh. Tomatoes 12V-
Standard Pack, 2',4 lbs. Tomatoes.. 10
M'KERS CASH STORE.
(Advertisement) tf
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All automobile coupons in President,
Ambassador and Statesman coffee re
deemed at Lerg's Music Store, aC227
West Adams, for 5c each, until Novem
ber 25. Buy these brands and get bet
ter coffee for less money. (Advertise
ment.) GUNS for rent Finney Robin
son. AdYertisement.
NEWCOMERS' DAY" MEETING
The newcomers' day meeting has
been indefinitely postponed.
. DIRECTORS' MEETING There
will be a meeting of the directors of
the board of trade this afternoon at
fcur o'clock.
A BABY BOY Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Boyton of 1831 West Jefferson were
yesterday receiving the congratulations
of their friends on the birth .of a son.
RAMON WOMAN'S CLUB The
Ramon's Woman club will meet at
the home of Mrs. Neff on North
Central avenue this afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. r,K3
ANNA FLORA CLUB The Anna
Flora . Past Noble Grand club will
meet at the home of Mrs. Peter Gor
don this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. All
members are requested to attend.
LOST HIS DOG W. B. O'Neill lost
his pet brindle Boston terrier yester
day. The dog answers to the name of
"sport" and is about four years old.
O'Neill lives at' 1544 West Harrison
street.
LADI ES' AID SOCIETY The Ladies'
Aid Society of Grace Evangelical ; the neighborhood of $l,00.000-makes
Lutheran church will meet with Mrs.jit one of thR most int(reg;;n casos
L. F. Zimmerman. 15SS West Wash- ! tne SI1,(reme cort of the state of Arl
ington street, this afternoon at 2::;0 ,lina nas h:inafld in a long. Ume
O'ClOCk. n ,h. l,ini Ca.I.11a o.l -,,
UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS '
There are undelivered telegrams at : Fhares that each held in these sev
thc Western Union Telegraph oil ice Pnteen claims were never recorded,
for the following: Thomas Johnson, j Aftpr Cunningham's death, Costello
lorn .viuiiOT, J. Mm noub-.on, v. i ..e
Bristow and A. F. Medine.
JOINT LUUUt UANt-t-ine louges
of Pocahontas and the Redmen are
combining forces in a dance and sup-
per tonight at the Knights of Pythias
hall. The dance will open at 9 o'clock
and will be followed by a supper pre-
pared by the ladies of the joint lodges.
NO CASE There being no white
slavery charge proven in the case of
?.lanaeer Beezley of the CarniVi'l
company, United States Commission
Langston dismissed the defendant.
The aggregation of entertaining
fieaks will now move on to fill its
i1 clayed dales.
PYTHIAN SISTERS ATTENTION
All members of Purity Temple No.
9 Pythian Sisters, are urged to at
tend the meeting to be held at 2:30
o'clock this afternoon at the Knights
of Pythias hall. Besides important
business to be transarted, this Is th-j
meeting at which nominations for
officers will be made. The mteting j
..in , ii.. .... ,i
PIONEER IS DEAD J. C. Shackel
ford, aged 79 years, for more than 30
years a resident of Arizona, part of
the time a prospector and rancher, died
at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. E.
House, at Tolleson, on Tuesday night.
The funeral will be held from the home
of Mrs. House at 9 o'clock this morning.
under the direction of Merryman &
Hayt and burial will be made in
Qreenwood cemetery.
TO MAKE PHOENIX HOME Mrs.
M. E. Frantzen, formerly a resident of
Bridgeport, Mono county, California,
has turned from the cold of the Sier
ras to the sunshine of Arizona, arriv
ing in Phoenix by the overland route
through Los Angeles. Needles, Barstow
and Prescott. She has leased a five
acre tract of land from the office of
Dw ight B. Heard, and will go to ranch
ing south of the river, expecting also
to become admitted to the bar. At
present she is temporarily located at
229 West Madison street.
Do Your Xmas Shopping
Early
Do your Xmas shopping early. Help
the clerks. Help yourself.
SAY TRANSPORT ATTACKED
ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH
VALPARAISO, Chile. Nov. 18.
There are persistent rumors that the
F.ritLsh transport Crown of Galioia has
been attacked by German cruisers and
sunk. It is not stated whether the ves
sel was sunk by her own crew or the
Germans. The transport's crew it is
said was saved and will be landed at
Valparaiso by the German steamer
RhaKotis of the Kosmos line.
CHI' 'CHANGE STARTS MONDAY
(ASSOCIATED press dispatch
CHICAGO, Nov. IS. The Chicago
Stock Exchange will resume business
on Monday posting the quotations that
were prevailing on July 30. when the
exchange closed on account of the war..
All automobile coupons in Presi
dent, Ambassador and Statesman cof
fee; redeemed at Lerg's Music Store
at 227 West Adams, for 5c each until
Nov. 5. Buy these brands and get
better coffee for less money. (Ad
vertisement.) br
Doing Business
Temporarily
AT
Adams Pharmacy
WE DESIRE TO HAVE
All people having open accounts to phone us or call and same credit
will be extended and delivery made by our regular quick service.
We will appreciate all business given us at this time in face of
our loss.
Prescription, kodak work, etc., all handled here without any incon
venience by our own force.
All our regular customers are earnestly requested to phone 550 and
660 and immediate attention will be given to their wants.
The Busy Drug Store
Temporary Quarters With the Adams Pharmacy, Adams Hotel Bldg
Mail orders will be given our usual careful attention
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GUAM
IIS. COSTELLO
Old Partnership Mattel
Brought Before Supreme
Court Claims Amounting
"to Million Dollars Fought
for bv Heir's
Just what were the legal relations
in partnership of Martin Costello and
Paddy Cunningham, two very old-
, timers in the copper mining district
of Cochise county, are being fought
I out by the two daughters of Cun
ningham and the widow of Costello.
And the amount heino- ..mwh,vi
ningliam had seventeen claims, and the
.,,. six of ,he clainlSi ,md aC(OUnted
to the widow for her share of them.
Later jn the suerior court oC Co
hise countV- ,he Cunningham estate
was ffivpn a rig,,t in lhe prot.ef,s of
j six more (.aims. all the remaining
!Pieven having been sold, and Costello
having died in the meantime. Both
Sj,ies appealed, the Costellos because
they didn't believe the CunninKhams
had any right at all, and the Cnn-
nine-hams because thev claimed tlwH-
had a right jn all of the mines.
Before the supreme court yester
day the case was given its first set
of arguments, and, according to the
way the testimony is going, the dis- '
cussion will last several days.
Joseph Scott of Los Angeles, Ellin
wood and Ross of Tucson and Ben
Goodrich are appearing for Mrs. f'os
tello, while the Misses Cunningham
are represented by Eugene S. Ives of
Tucson.
o-
nr.,.1,,nt.
1'iJ.. Xti-Ci tuaiai.
Catch the early Xmas Shopper with
an early Xmas ad!
Follow the Band? Advertisement.
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W. C. T. U. MEETING lhe regular
w eekly meeting of the Woman's Christ
ian Temperance Union will be held this
afternoon at the home of the society,
227 W. Monroe St. The devotional ex
ercises, to be led by Mrs. Custer, will
begin at 2:15 o'clock. The program
has not been announced, but an inter
esting one may confidently be expect
ed, and a full attendance is anticipated.
Strangers will be given a cordial -welcome,
and it is hoped that new mem
bers will increase our ranks.
PICKPOCKETS BEFORE
JUDGE JOHNSTONE
William Bowers and John Watson,
the men arrested during fair week for
picking the pockets of fair visitors,
were before Judge Johnstone yesterday
and were held to answer to the superior
court, being admitted to bail in the
sums of $1000 and $600 respectively.
Thomas Hall, the local fruitgrower,
a victim of pickpockets, and his son
Richard, testified to the theft of a bill
fold containing $400 in bin's, in Gass
Brothers' Chop House, by a man whom
he recognized as Powers. The day af
ter the robbery, the two witnesses con
stituted themselves detectives." and it
was while watching at the entrance of
the fair grounds for Bowers, that they
saw the tw men helping themselves to
the contents of other people's pockets
on the crowded street cars, and had
them arrested. Defendants were un
able to furnish the required bond.
Mr. Merchant:
Catch the early Xmas Shopper with
an early Xmas ad!
Benefit for Associated Charities,
Friday evening Nov. 20th, at 8 o'clock,
at the Woman's Club. Adv. It
Follow the Band? Advertisement.
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TENNIS GOODS. Pinney & Robin
son. Advertisement.
THE
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LEWIS
UNION SUITS
You're finding a
real shiver produc
ing chill in the air
these mornings, and
you need heavier
and more comfort
able underwear.
The man who wears
a LEWIS Union
Suit likes it be
cause it gives him
the finest fitting
underwear he ever
had, and because it
wears so well.
LEWIS knitted is
always so good.
A full line in all
weights and sizes,
$1.50 to $5.00.
McDougall
and Cassou
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and
Gentlemen's Furnishings
TRUSS
FITTING
By our expert guaran
tees you a perfect fit.
Each case given special
examination without cost.
Elvey & Hulett
Quality Druggists, O'Neil Building,
Phoenix
Phones 411 and 441
MENS $3 SHOES
No. 31 8A
Mad of black
calfskin with
double sole.
if
There's splendid wear in
every pair these Shoes
stand up under most
strenuous usage and re
tain their shape. In but
ton or lace with heavy or
light soles. Extraordin
ary values at $3.00.
H. A. Diehl Shoe Co.
8 W. Washington St.
AUTOMOBILE TIME TABLE
GLOBE-PHOENIX STAGS
Quicker and cheaper than train
fare. Globe, 15; $25 round trip.
Leaves daily at 8 a. m ; arrive
Roosevelt 2 p. m.; Globe and Miami,
1:30 p. m. Passengers collected from
iny part of the city. Tickets at
idams and Ford Hotels and Shaw's
Smoke House. W. A. H1U. Prop., it
J. Second Ave
SALT RIVER VALLEY MONU
MENTAL WORKS
V. E. Lindsay, Prop.
409 West Washington St
Arlsona granite as well a all
other granite used.
Phone 1323 for prices
Lodge Notice ,
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSB
Phoenix Lodge, No.
708; Meetings every
Tuesday, Moose hom
28 S. Center. Visit
ing brothers invited.
George N. MacBean,
Dictator; Walter R.
Van Tyne. Secretary.
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Pillll:illf:l;l:fflj
The Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Company
OFFICERS
H. J. McClung, Prest.
T. E. Pollock, Vice Prest M. C. McDougall, Vice Prest
W. C. Foster, Secy and Treas.
N. D. Sanders, Asst Secy and Treas.
II. J. McClung
T. E. Pollock
Wm. S. Humbert
W. A. Drake
The Season's Most Extra
ordinary Millinery Sale
In this sale is included every Hat in our store.
A complete line of correct Millinery fur you to
select from at prices extremely low.
All $5.00 and $6.0Q Trimmed Hats now. . .$1.95
All .$8.50 and $9.50 values now $4.95
This lot includes many very desirable hats in both the small
Turban and large Sailor shapes all beautifully trimmed.
All $18.50 and $20.00 French Pattern Hats
now $9.95
Our Entire Stock
of
Trimmings
is now
on sale
Fine black and white French Ostrich Plumes, regular $7.50
values, now $3.95
112.00 and J 12.50 values in Fine Plumes In black, white and
fancy shaded effects, now $6.95
tlS.50 and JHO.OO extra large black and white Plumes. These are
the finest Plumes obtainable your choice now at $11.95
ALL FANCY FEATHERS, FLOWERS, FLOWER TRIMMINGS,
ETC., NOW HALF PRICE
Ladies' Ready -
S-H-O'E-S
and Hosiery That's all.
Harry A. Drachman
Shoe Co.
22 West Adams St.
AMERICAN KITCHEN
Regular Meals, 35 Cents.
Short Orders All Night.
33 North Center, Phoenix.
Yee Sing, Proprietor.
REOEWILL MUSIC CO.
Established in 1881
224 West Washington St.
INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED
Piano Rebuilt and Refinished
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
How Can We Help You?
This bank is something more than a place to deposit money. Ask
us about your business problems.
The National Bank of Arizona
"OLD RELIABLE"
DIRECTORS
M. C. McDougall
i. James S. Douglas
L. H. Chalmers
Geo. A. Olney
H. D. Marshall
to - Wear Exclusively
Phoenix
Savings
Y) Bankfc
Trust Co.
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BENNETT LUMBER
COMPANY
Everything In Lumber
iiinnrnnniifirrnifir..". " "
Enlarging, Copying, Kodak Fin
ishing
PHOTO CRAFT SHOP;
1 CACTUS WAY
"Wi photograph anything, any.
time, any place.'
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