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THE ARIZONA REP.TJBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 914 Buggies, Harness And Beautiful Light, Heavy and Auto Robes. In buying von should (-(insider ii;tity first. Know ing tlio quality of our goods is why we call your attention to this fact. A look at thcin will convince you. Sec these goods before you buy. EZRA W. THAYER Everything in Hardware 124-130 E. Washington Street. 127-133 E. Adams Amusements t by Request of "!? IE Willi The WjM"-Ys I pi A Big Selig Animal Pic- I C I 1 f 1 ture, Featuring H O KATHLYN WILLIAMS I Special Thanksgiving 7 B fb Matinee 2:30 P.M amara Theater THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY Geo. Klein's Sensational Success in The Gorgeous Spectacle A Feature that is a Feature PERFORMANCE LASTING TWO HOURS Shows at 11:00, 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 PRICES 20c and 30c Coining Mmulav and Tuesdav. "SPARTACUS," or "The Revolt of the Gladiators." Coming Fridav and Saturday. "THE AVENGING CONSCIENCE," or "Thou Shalt Not Kill." Watch for our Announcement for "THE NAKED TRUTH" and Annette Kellerman ia "Neptune's Daughter" ARIZONA FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Jack London's Famous "NoVel "MARTIN EDEN" Mutinfe Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday COLISEUM Now Open GOVERNOR ADDS TO Over $1000 Now Offered for Arrest and Conviction of Murderers of Douglas Chauffeur A reward of fl'jO fur the arrest and conviition of each of the murderers of Jo.sei'h EtiRlent, the Douglas ehaiif feur, who was killed in that eity la.st week, was offered yesterday by Oov. Hunt. This amount brings the total reward now offered up to $1050. Knglent was found dead in his ma chine early in the morning of Novem ber IS. His skull was crushed, and evi dences pointed to the fact that the mo tive for the crime was robbery. Sher iff Wheeler of Cochise county promptly offered a reward of $300 for definite in formation upon which the murderer might be arrested and convicted. The business men of Douglas added a sim ilar amount, and this has been in creased by the governor's offer, it is now believed that three persons were the perpetrators of the crime. o t AMUSEMENTS f AT TH LION THEATER. "The Redemption of a 1'al," is the feature picture at the Linn theater today and Winifred Preen wood and Kd f 'oxen play t he leading parts in an acceptable manner. The story is interesting and "The Redemption of a Pal"' a sociological drama with many sterling qualities. Two comedies are presented, on called "A Titfht Pinch," featuring Margarita Fischer and Har ry Pollard. Tight shoes cause the merriment in this picture, which is on the same high plane as all lieauty gilms. "All At Sea," a Keystone com edy, will cause much laughter, for the picture has much nonsensical action. Friday, for one day only, the I Jon will present the tour-reel feature, "Moths," from the novel hy Ouida, with Maud Fealy in the leading part. In Tune With the Wild. "In the Tune With the Wild." the uonderful Selig Animal picture which pened at the Empress last night holds today and tonight a special mat inee being given for the benefit of the little folks at 'Z;:Q this after noon. This truly remarkable offe: -ing is particularly fascinating to the children for it shows the power of kindness over the beast kingdom. The man who is the central figure in the sen-en offering learns to know the beasts of the jungle and in han dling them shows tliat man may be in tune with the wildest of the deni zens of the jungle. The excellent pognim should see a big Thanksgiv ing dai' business. Columbia. Turkey night at the Columbia proved the record breaker of the week last night and tonight the little tabloid company changes its bill "f fering at a matinee of Hey Rube, a farm classic with some special numbers that are to be redolent of t he rural country. Mr. Lewis announces that this is his pet show and that he will show the lovers of tabloid something new in the way of novelty song and fiance numbers and effeets incident li to the offering. The special matine" which ill see the first presentation of the bill is to be given at 2 : :a o'clock and it is expected that the usual Thanksgiving matinee crowd will greet the special opening bill. Quo Vadis. Women and children are particu larly in t "rested in (;;orge Kleine's COLISEUM THE HOME OF VAUDEVILLE The Talk of the Town, The Great Leroy and Company Assisted by MMe. St. Clair, Marvelous Escape Wizards. Leroy for the first time in his life Has been challenged by a local undertaker to escape from an Undertaker's Rough Box He will endeavor to perform this marvelous feat Friday evening, the first show only. Come and bring your own hammer and Nails. Don't overlook the rest of tfte show: ARNOLD and WHITE A Riot of Fun and Music FORD and CODY Real Novelty in Character Changes 3 Big Reels Drama and Comedy MATINEE TODAY AT 3 10 and 20 Cents. LAMARA Nov. 26-27-28 "QUO VADIS" PLAZA Strand War Series Every Saturday Regale "The fourth installment of The Trey o' Hearts next Tuesdav and Wednesday, November 2!th and '25th. THEATER TODAY "The Redemption Of A Pal" and two funny comedies COMING Friday, Maud Fealy in "MOTHS" Her Christmas I300 PEOPLE Will Be Yours. Too. if You SHOP EARLY There's nothing quite so good for. the growth ol That Christmas Feeling as the thought that your purchase! are made and you've been considerate ol others as weli as of yourself. TRY IT THIS YEAR iinmulh iihotn-ilriinia nruiluetion. "Quo VitdiH," which is to be the im- l.rtant attraction at the. Lamar.i theater. The women revel in the beautiftl leve Stor'v that is linfolrleil in he harming sienkiewii . romance w hile the children appreciate its vast aid to their study of Komun history .md take particular ileliirht in the ni.r ipectaeular features, the burning of tome, the chariot races, combats of the gladiators anil thrillitiK experience f the Christians u hen thrown to ihe Miimry lions in the arena, and the ;rown-up children, the men, seem to rijoy it as much as their wives and 'ffspring. It has a wonderful appeal o all society and is doing a remar! ;blc business. The Coliseum. The Coliseum's tri weekly chan.io f pictures and orchestral music is proving to be a strong drawing card for semi and tri-weekly customers. The vaudeville f,,r the present is (hanged weekly, on Tuesdays, ind new jokes, plots and music on Sat urdays. The following new films and music by the Coliseum eight-piee rchestra will he shown and hear 1 tonight. Thanhonser film. "The Harlmv Handicap," two-reel feature; Key stone comedy. "Her Krii ml the Hin dit; Komic Komedy film, "Wrong Ail Around." orchestral program.. Wag ner, Tinnhauser march. :izet, car men selections. Waldteufel, waltzes. I'opular. High Cost of Living, ltar;. Crackerjat k. THE REGALE. "In a 1'ersian Carden." a two-reel Kelair drama, with Mildren Bright and William V.. Sheerer in the leading role, is the feature offering today at the Regale theater. L'10-21:! Kast Wash ington street. It is the softening tones of a violin, in this story, that quickens love in a girl's breast. The girl, the heroine in the story, becomes i slave to it, for the master who pro luecs it she sacrifices and suffers mil it is the familiar strains of his violin that in the end brings her back into the line of duty and into her own. J here is a climax fraught with pathos. "Women and lioses," a Nes tor drama, is the second best offering on today's bill. ."At Three O'clock," a Kord Sterling romedy, completes to day's excellent hill. Moths Coming The beautiful Maud 1'ealy will be seen at the Lion theater tomorrow in the great Thanhonser production "Moths", a feature in four reels. Maud I'ealy is noted in addition to her abil ity as an actress as the girl who won the Tx-nver Post prize for being the most beautiful woman in America a few years ago. Her features are per fect and her expression is one of the wonderful things about her. The Plaza Manager Caveness has for his Thanksgiving program today six reels of splendid pictures that will charm the hearts and eyes of the movie lovers and patrons of the house, (lene Gaun tier, the Warner Feature girl, returns in a stirring three reel film, "She of the Wolfs Breed", which is a sensa tional picture. "The Race Kr a Mine" vill he shown and two other splendid pictures. The patrons of the house yesterday experienced the pleasure of see ing Alice Jo ce at her best in one of the presentations during the program. The Man on the Box The hist showing of the great feature "The Man on the Box" with Max Fig man in the leading and title role, will be made at the popular Arizona thea ter today, with an additional showing at the Thanksgiving afternoon matinee beginning oromptly at 2:"0 o'clock. Max Figman has made m great hit here with this production and when he ia billed as the star in coming pictures his showing in Phoenix at the Arizona theater will always be watched with interest and- friendship. The "old iron play tiouse" was packed again last night for the feature. o Hot cooked foods at delicatessen. McKee's Cash Store (Advertisement) dm BY CHARITIES Annual Report of Miss Gil christ, Superintendent of Associated Charities, Pre sents Many Matters of (Sreat Interest. Nearly fifteen hundred persons were looked after during the year just passed by the Associated Charities of this city, and in doing this several thousand dol lars were expended and several car loads of clothes and food given away. The organization has just completed what is regarded by some as the most interesting and greatest year's work in its history. The annual report of Miss Gilchrist, superintendent of the organi zation, is printed herewith and eon tains many matters of interest and vi tal importance. Beginning a new fiscal year, Novem ber the Filth, the Associated Charities erected a complete reorganization. A board of fifteen directors was chosen, in accordance with the new constitu tion : For three years, E. W. Lewis, P. T. Sluyback, Roy S. Goodrich, Walter Ben nett and Bishop J. W. Atwond; For two years, H. P. Greene, H. A. Diehl, W. C. Gillespie, Misses Jean Tel ford and Helen Armstrong; For one year, Mesdames F. A. Mc Crary, F. C. Struckmeyer and Stanford Collier, Miss Edith Evans and H. D. Marshall. Officers: President. K. W. Lewis; first vice president, Walter Bennett; second vice president. Miss Edith Evans; superintendent and register, .Miss Christianna G. Gilchrist. The office report for the past eighteen months from April first. 1!U3 to November first, 1914, shows 7:i!l ap plications for aid, 34 carried over from the previous year, 36 resumed alter a former brief aid, 4't children eared for in the detention home, aside from county charges, 4S in Maricopa hospi tal, tubercular, besides patients sent out by the charities, 61 cases investi gated for other cities, making a total of !4S applications. Of these applica tions, 1:17 were for families, numbering 61 individuals, a total of individual persons aided. The work of the office covers trans portation and reduced rates secured for some r,o0 individuals, including these in Til families and a number of county cases, medical aid or medicines only, or clothing, or groceries to an amount not exceeding ?.") to 3ift persons, 220 dis missed being self supporting, have been assisted to start in small busi ness, licenses secured for 7, 8 opera tions carried through. Two thousand garments have been given out, work found for gardens started in va cant lots, only j have been found un worthy of aid. Maricopa tuberculosis hospital, tin ier the care of the charities, until Feb ruary 1, the county turnisnmg ine sup plies, the charities the attendance. A similar arrangement existed in the Detention Home, until the same date. icn the county supervisors found themselves in a position to take full control of both institutions. A most important development of the work is the more thorough system of visiting, "following up" rases. This is gely the outcome of the assistance of the Friendly Visitors association, a band of energetic, clear minded young women. This association furnished the Christmas cheer for both the hospital ind the day nursery and Detention Home. Attention should be given to the great drain that transportation is mak ing upon the whole community. Proper legislation should be secured to control this matter. In lftlO, 63 per cent of all applicants for aid were tuberculosis suffers. Now the proportion is scarcely 49 per cent, 4o6 from a total of H4H. The correspondence has averaged five letters the day and ten to fifteen night letter telegrams the month. By this means, there have been secured from the outside of Phoenix eight re turn tickets, permanent support for three sick men, $1900 in railroad fares and traveling expense and the more im portant facts of reconciliation between wanderers and their long neglected home people. One man of eighty received from his family through the charities, the first message In thirty-five years. Another man was induced to return to the home and the mother lie had not seen for 20 years, a journey of 25O0 miles hy land and 3000 by water. Another foreigner, cut off from all resources at home hy the European war, has just been received into a .suna- tarium conducted by his countrymen. This correspondence has reached three towns in Wales, two in France, one in . XfRIGLEYS, j CHEWING GUM That palate -pleasing Peppermint flavor is double strength in this new, exquisite i f j y coniecuon: 1 I Lots of "Peo" for those who love real, honest -to -goodness Peppermint The flavor is lon-g l'a-s-tin-g! It's double wrapped and sealed the goodness can't get out impurities can't get in. Always fresh and full-flavored. And the band around each 5c package is a United Profit-Sharing Coupon good for presents worth saving them for. Double value for your nickel United Coupons now also rcome with the old favorite SPICY MINT LEAF JUICE 14 Devonshire, Kimlnn-l two consuls and three legations of foreign powers hi the I'nite j States ami one Amerii an ambassador ami t n eonsuls on for eign soil. Als", it includes one cable gram to Knirlaml. The charities owes much Kratituiie to the I'-ri'lay club, for its two beauti ful entertainments, th" postofi'ire clnh, the Veterans, to the friends who jrave the exeellent yandex Mb- of last spring, to the Southsidc Neighborhood and Voun Ladies' clubs for making bed dins !nd nihtwear ;mri cash donations to the flower sale at the rerent fair, to lie Colored Improvement elub for assistance in work and rash donation and to Trinity Pro- 'athedral Ouild and Willing Workers, Miss KUis" Kinder garten and the li'.th people of Trinity I'ro-( "athedral and of the I'resby terian Sunoa school. Also, thanks are due Ihe Phoenix ladies who nave the interesting charity teas, ninety in all. Also, to the board of supervisors, the county and other phy.sicians for their continued interest, and assistance. Respectfully submitted, CHRISTIANNA ( '.. ;IRCHR1ST. The financial statement of the Asso ciated Charities, audited by c. I'. Lee. Miows: Total receipts March 1, I'M 'A to April X, RI14 $ 1 2, 0 :,.'..' Total disbursements for same Pi nod 1.MM.S7 Total receipts April $ to No- ember 7,, l!H4 5,1$4.03 Total disbursements for same period r,lSJ.S Total balance Nov. Z 1.75 CITIZENS ATTACK HEW YUIM CUTER Claim iim that the proposed (barter of the city of Vnma docs not comply with tii-: provisions of the state consti tution. Jiuk-e Pet'T T. Robinson and Thomas Malloy nf Yuma appeared yes terday befi'c Attorrey ib-neral Rul lard to protest against its approval. The new charter, which is largely modi-led ijter the Phoenix charter, provides for a modified form of aider manic city Kovernnient. with a mayor and four aldermen, instead of a coiTi mission end manager. The aita k on the new document, which is now up for examination, is based on the ground that it infrinses on the jurisdiction of the state tax commission and the cor poration commission, and that in other rejects does not conic within the constitution. (cm RED Ask Your Dealer For D0TW00D MAN The Latest Style in Fancy ' Madras Collars Made in America. 2 for 25 Cents EARL & WILSON MAKERS OF TR OY'S BEST PRODUCT Fairbanks-iVlorse Engines Schieren's Duxbak Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY CO. 3rd Ave. and Jackson "We Have the Stock" Phoenix HOTEL SAN MARCOS Chandler, Arizona Arizona's Premier Hotel Reopened for "Winter Season Nov. 1st. Wide verandas, sun porches, roof gar den. Cuisine unequalled anywhere else in Arizona. Golf, tennis, saddle horses. Specially equipped for catering to private social entertainments. Garage in con nection. MRS. W. H. ROBINSON, Manager.