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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19. 1914 PAGE SEVEN INSURANCE fXPERTS LOOK OVER FIRE EQUIPMENT if RESULTED FATALLY rZZZ7TZTZ : illHWCE fXPERTS LOOK AUTOMOBILE jlCCIIlfMT la . .Tr, W tA t-M 8 fl 1 1 A, I p.yy ril iiU WIN 5 COLORADO HARD WHEAT 4S-pound .$1.75 24-pound sack .90c The very best Bread Flour in Phoenix' Every sack absolutely Guaranteed Arizona Grocery Co. 331 E. Washington St. J. I'. Yates, a member of the fire commission of Los Angeles and agency superintendent for California and Arizona for the London and Lancashire Fire Insurance company, accompanied by James p. Hague, special agent and adjuster for the same company, arrived in Phoenix yesterday for the mirnose of lnnkinc ! over the recent Jones building fire matter. However, the company had no policies on the building at the time of the fire. In his capacity as agency super intendent and because of his long experience as a fire commissioner, -vlr. Yates will today inspect the fire equipment of the oitv of Phnoni- Fire equipment and its adequacy his a lot to do with the fixing of rates. Air. Yates has fur thirty , Well Known Veterinary Dies as tin Result of Accident Inquest on Friday Dr. W. T. Downs, aged 73, who was knocked down bv the niitnmnliiii. of C. M. Culver on Tuesday evening it the corner of Monroe and Sixth streets, and who was thought to be recovering when the storv was rtvon to tne press, died shortly heforo mi,l night on Tuesday as a result of his injuries. The body was taken in charge by Merryman & Hayt and the tuneral arrano-pmtmte in,.i...irt funeral from the Adventist church at ':.i0 this afternoon and interment will take place in Greenwood The accident that resulted in th death of Dr. Downs was one of the strangest that has been recordod f some time. Tho rear portion of the u l,'e Li. & u maenine struck the deceased and company and is regarded as one cf I knocked him to the ground,' his head . " .i.ru aun posteu tire siriKing tne ground and renderin insurance men in ti, T-;t.i t.t... .. c" Mr. Hague, who accompanies him, is a young man who formerly lived in El Paso, where he was a schoolmate of City Editor Huggett of the Republican. MM WILL BE 6T00IE0 With an analytic study of Percy llaekay's play "A Thousand Years Ago" at the meeting today, the drama study class of the Woman's club be gins the consideration of a period of American drama. Other dramatists whose works will be studied are Anna Hempstead Branch and Josephine I'resttin Peabody. Today's meeting of the class will be devoted to a discussion and reading of Mackay's popular production which with its weaving together of classic Italian masquers and China of ten cen turies ago, is said to be a most de lightful example of the romantic school. The drama study class meets weekly with Mrs. MeCluskey as director. All members of the Woman's club are ad mitted oa the payment of twenty-five cents a meeting. The meeting this morning will begin at 10 o'clock. NEW SHOW TONIGHT ' V ' A Month's Shopping Spend your time and money wisely and shop early. THANKSGIVING BY THE ALL STATES SOCIETY prize for the best emblematic float in the parade. A Month's Shopping Spend your time and money wisely and shop early. him unconscious. He never resrnim.,1 consciousness completely. Both the deceased and the automobile were trying to avoid each other at it, time of the accident. The inquest will be held Friday morning at 9 o'clock. o COB YANIGAKS PLAY FIT WITH TIGERS Business Remaining From Fair Week Finished Up and Suitable Reso lutions of Thanks Adopted The All States society held its thankful session at the rooms of the beard of trade on Tuesday evening and cleaned up the business remain ing over from the doings of fair week and passed suitable resolutions rf thanks to all of those who had la ken any sort of prominent part In the preparation for the all states parade. In the first set of resolu tions the officers of the organization: J. C. Keed, president; A. D. Leyhe, secretary; Mrs. Smith, treasurer; H. P. Lindsey, assistant secretary; Judge P. p. Parker, chairman of the reception committee, and Dwight B. Heard, grand marshal of the parade, were heartily thanked for their suc cessful efforts. In the second set of iisohnions ()f thanks, which was a special resolution, Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Smith, who designed the All States float, assisted in rasing funds tor the parade; ad helped Jiujld the New York float, were' appropriately remembered. Special resolutions of thanks were passed to W. M Hie- gins, who prepared the All States , oooin at the .fair grounds and erected x , an(I decorated the reviewing stand An injection Of LaUgh- j for the parade. A special vote if thanks was given to the marshals of the various divisions and their aids for their work. following this the members paired to Donofrio's, where the pri;;e tup had been reposing, and then having obtained the cup, went to Judge Parker's office. where it 1 wt presented to Mrs. W. M. Hig ""V i Kins, nresidem ,,f tho x-D. v i- BANDIT SHOOTS CONDUCTOR ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH DAKOTA CITY, Iowa, Nov. IS. A masked bandit entered a caboose of a Northwestern railroad om..L- train between Bradgate and Rutland, or dered the occupants to throw up their hands, and began to shoot. Conductor Reynolds tackled the man ana hoth fell from the train.. Reynolds was fatally shot and died soon after. A suspect was arrested tonight. CHICAGO SOCIETY GIRL TO WED SOON A. ?.. : Zi 3i T i J Uty "t -i ing Elixer WHERE 30c DOES A $ DUTY -1 ciety. New ' York having w-on the Miss Kalherino Meeker. The enpajemer.t of Miss Katherino jneeKer, cnieago society jrirl, to Dr. Honice Gray of Boston has just oeen announced. Have Delightful Rain Water The Year Round RAIN WATER CRYSTALS ; The Perfect Water Softener and Washing Compound At All Grocen For Toilet Bath Laundry Kitchen WEARY AND BEDRAGGLED, BELGIAN TROOPS RETREAT BEFOReIOE fljM4 nf r - Limiting the weight like a flock of pugs, the Bearlets and the Bengal 'rig gers will conflict over a football matter in the final game of their season Sat urday at the Cub field. They won't allow any players in the game who weigh over 110 pounds which is rather under the pin-feather weight. The Cubs will send McKee re, Tritle rt, Saunders rg, (Treen c. Barker li Brooks It, Jones le. Herwie rh Toohev Ih, Smith fb, and Kinney jb, into the game. The Cub, first team, on which there is absolutely no weight limit starts prac ticing again soon, for their final game with the Tigers. Some of the regulars who will be in the line up are Reno I.yall. Chilberg, Irvine, Detweiler, Westfall, Tweed. o A Month's Shopping Spend .your time and money wisely and shop early. YOURS AT LESS THAN COST NAVAJO BLANKETS, INDIAN BASKETS, NAVAJO SIL VERWARE, MEXICAN ZERAPES AND POTTERY, NATIVE COPPER GOODS, PETRIFIED WOOD JEWELRY, GENUINE INDIAN MOCCASINS, MEXICAN DRAWN SILVER, ARIZONA OSTRICH PLUMES On Adams Street Opposite Valley Bank (Continued From Page One) '' i -Weary and bedraggled, and be spattered with mud from their inun dated fighting ground near Dixmude, xnese oeigians are retreating to new position. . ; ! ourlah at the request of the am bassador, and is now anchored in the harbor of Chios, Greece. Secre tary Daniels has wired for fuller in formation." i Officials -suggest that the shots were the customary friendly sign.us indicating the port was closed yr mined. They expect a sutismctojiv explanation from Turkey because of tne recent protestations of friend ship. The commander of the Tennessee. however, is empowered nnrW t;.. naval regulations, to go to the res cue of the consul regardless of any ! prohibition by a foreign government, j in mo meantime the president 's i determined not to involve the United I States in a War with Turkev. i Both the president and Secrctnrv i uaniels have abundant confidence in Captain Decker, the following state ment about him being issued from the navy department: 'Captain Benton C. Iecker. now commnding the United States steamship Tennessee in Turkisi waters, is an officer with an -.v. r client record during his service of twenty-seven years, since graduation from the naval academy, to whic.i be was appointed from Illinois i 1HS7. He haS had rnnuilnr,Kla perience in duty similar to whi. i he is now performing in Turkish waters. He was in command ..f n,i I niteil States scout cruiser Chfsi uuung tne war between Italy and Turkey. "During thJs war the ci,'t- spent considerable time in Tripolitan waters looking out for the inirt of Americans. These duties well performed by Captain Decker, who had similar duties while in com mand of the Chester in San Domini. can waters during the revolution several years ago. Captain Derk.r was promoted to captain n ti,. i 1913, and ordered to dntv n. ' staff of the naval war college, from VW1ILH duty ne was nt!rl,o,l ,., rnand the Tennessee in August last", r' ',ml vrasel was sent to Europe for the relief of the distroH a icans in the war zone." One effect of the inni.Wt ... generally believed in ,iir,imol cles here, will be to emphasize to the Porte the anxiety of the United " , , lne safet of its subject m Turkey. Conditions. ha,. kL uncertain for many months, even before Turkey entered the war In asmuch as the TennpsM , ..., to Lurope to carry gold, the Wash ington administration t.,i- ,. ... . auvan- tage of the co ncidenno ,i ...i i relief ships to linger in the Levant i finei gencies. Kpfore Turkev .t. tleil .. t -a hat the r.iw sn;: - ,ps 10 Turkey for pro. ne fhristuns, as they did not want ,n send thp.r t. ..aRgravR,lnf thB tense situation between the Triple Entente and the Porte Administration officials are ab sorbed in the sanation. Their mes sages from the Tennessee and Nortn Carolina were sent by every available oute t0 make certain 0f prompt de- Bankrupt Jewelry Sale ONLY FIVE MORE WEEKS TILL XMAS Do your huying now while this stock is complete. A small deposit, and we will lay your uit'ts aside for von. C. L. Ifaheilein, Trustee Hilderbran's 10 West Washington Street "THE HOME OF VAUDEVILLE" After extensive alterations will Reopen Tuesday Night, Nov. 24th, with 3 Acts of High-Class Vaudeville and 4 Reels of Feature Photo-Plays NO CHANGE IN PRICES Watch the Papers' 10 and 20 Cents A Month's Shopping Spend your time and money wisely and shop early. H0TE Chandler, Arizona Arizona's Premier Hotel: Reopened for Winter Season Nov. 1st. Wide verandas, sun porches, roof gar doji. Cuisine unequalled anywhere else in Arizona. Golf, tennis, saddle horses. Specially equipped for catering to private social entertainments. Oarage in connection. MRS. W. H. ROBINSON, Manager.