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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 191.
PAGE TIIREE Where Do You Eat and What Does It Cost . ? ; p ? When we opened the Now Palace Cafeteria it was with tlie object in view of giving the people a first-class place to dine at a popular price. How well we have succeeded we leave to those who are eating with us. Ask thein. Do you want first class foods, .home cooked, that will cost you less than you can prepare them at home? If so, eat with ns. Ye can board you for less than one dollar per day. Come and see. New Palace Cafeteria 128 and 130 W. Adams St. WILL BE HERE THIS WEEK Secretaiy Callbreath and Dr. Holmes, Directors of - the Federal Bureau of Mines, Will Be First to Reach Convention City PRESIDENT SHOLZ COMES SATURDAY Some of Most Important Mine Experts, Owners and Directors of Federal! Bureaus Will Be on List' of Visitors .Next eek T AMUSEMENTS . of us that we will follow with avid ity si nd brain child of some moulder of fiction when he or she has delved into the war that allied brother against brother. At the Empress tonight Manager ''Grady will offer a Klaw and Erlanger Biograph mas ter work, "The Fair Rebel," disclos- Perils of Pauline. The program at the Lion Theal'T "today is composed of two features .ami two one-reel comedies making -i show that is worth seeine. rh.- i..uiiiin- i. ,v,u t,ii ..r t, .M., injr a tale of a maid of the south and in this episode Paulines dog land and 11 lover of tne blue clad Uikes an active part. The other feaJarmy- The sXar? is sald to be one tine is a two-reel Majestic drama iet the m"st charming ever woven entitled, "Out of the Air," which will iar"und tne stirrin davs of tne B'ar Sive the audience a thrill when a.and wilh ,he screening that th.s man drops from an aeroplane on a Kreat firm of P'cture Guilders have moving train. This fact will stand ! S'ven u there is ll,tle left to ,,e for many a lay in movie circles aslsaid save- "u m,lst be worth whlle" one of the most dangerous ever pe:'-i"The Kair Re,,e1"' wi" be the Otier formtd. A comedy called, "The Mas- I '"S f"r tonight and tomorrow. cot,'' will entertain, while the Key- j Ktone comedy. "He Loves the Ladies'' j The Reqale. -will bring forth roars of laughter. ! The fifth installment of the cx Kxpressed in a few words, its a go;el ! t eptiona serial film story, "The Troy ajl-around program. Friday the Lion : ( I'Hearts," will be given the final i--hows James Cruze in "Cardinal j showing today at the Regale TheaLer, Richelieu's Ward" from the story by t 2V)-2VS East Washington street. The Buhver Lytteii. ColumDia The second performance of "Tommy Jones" proved that the musical patrons of Phoenix will turn out to see a performance of merit no matter what the condition of weather. The show is too well bal anced to find a spot to pick as the feature, but the "Tipperary" song by Miss Drena Mack and chorus scored two reels of this installment wero shown yesterday and won new friends for the moving picture house and for the story which has ben appearing in The Republican escli Sunday morning. "A Ragged Knight," a two-reel Victor with- Florence Law rence in the leading role, is well worth the leading place on any pro gram. "The I'ndertow," a Powers drama, gives promise of being into -esting. "Troublesome Pets,", a Stei!- again with those who braved the "' comeuj, win insure enuunu elements to give the skit the once j laughs to place even the grouchiesl over. The song is the catchiest j spectator in good humor, thing that has been offered in any j musical show this year and will be I The Lamara whistled long after the piece itself "The Blue Flame" is the title of is forgotten. Tonight will see the a two-reel feature that will lead the final performance of the acknowl- j program at the Lamara theater to edged best tabloid of the year in day and tomorrow. It is a Selig and Phoenix. was constructed at the great Los I Angeles studios of that organization. Empress There will be five thousand feet of No theme of the fiction writer has films shown altogether, the other lieen worked as much as that of the three thousand feet being made up southern maid with the northern i of a single comedy Lubin, "Jinks lover in tire civil war days and yet j the liarbcr," and Edison single, "Bus it is a theme that never grows old. j ter Brown Gets the Worst of it," and here Is so much romance In the most a Kiograph, "Jfer Doggie." The pro- Secretary James F. Callbreath Jr., of the American Mining congress, will be here with Dr. Joseph A. Holmes, director of the bureau of mines Thursday, according to As sistant Secretary E. L. Walcott. With the arrival of the secretary, dele gates will begin streaming into Phoe nix for the seventeenth annual ses sion of the great association of mine owners and experts. Not since the American National Live Slock association assembled here last January, has Phoenix or Arizona been host to such an im portant congress. The mine congress is the third national organization that has selected Phoenix as its meeting place, the other one being the National Irrigation congress, which met here a number of years i'go. Messrs. Citilbreath and Holmes nave stopped on ai run d.iuui, j N. M.. to inspect prooperties the;-e, j and will be here Thursday. On Saturday, the retiring prcsiden', ' Carl Sholz of Chicago, will arrive with a delegation of eastern mining men, and at various times between now and Monday, there will be scores of other nationally known engineer:, directors of bureaus and heads of mining companies coming in. D. W. Hrunton, second vice-president, Sam uel A. Taylor, a former president, and John Dern, another former pre siding officer, will arrive from Den ver and the east. Copies of the official program were received from Washington yesterday. The program, which was published exclusively in The Republican last week, forms the basis for this at tractive little pamphlet, which is ?n l iched by articles and notices, and illustrated with pictures of the of ficers. Prominent among the con tributions are articles on "Arizona, Past and Present," by W. E. Pefty, mining editor of The Republican and on "Phoenix, Arizona," by Harry Welch, secretary of the board of trade. The mining congress will open the way to great publicity for some of Arizona's immense mine resources. Attention will be called to some dis tricts that have never been studied, but whose richness is such that thy will, one day, surprise the world. In addition, the influence of the con gress w'ill be used to bring to this state stations for mine experimenta tion, for mine rescue and similar al lied works of the federal bureau of mnies. The mine rescue car from the Colorado district is already on its way. It will be viewed by thou sands on demonstration day, Frida.v. An Arizona man will he named as cue of the vice presidents, but Just who will receive this honor is not known. It will be "up to" the Ari zona delegation to select their rep resentative in the official familv. gram Is well up to the combination programs that have been shown at tliis popular theater during the re gular runs. Manager ltarncord, how ever, has a number of splendid fea tures coming that, will continue to label the comfortable house, "Tha House of Features." The Piaza ' Carlyle Klackwell, the former won derful Kalem star is to be sen here aga:n today and tonight in the great Kalcui feature, "The Masfiicraders," In which the handsome star appears at his best. There are two ree's of that picture. In addition to make up the seven reels for the program there will be shown "For the Sake of Kate," "The Child of the Desert" and "A Sure Cure" with one other. The propram for today is thcrefjie diversified and interesting in th,; extreme. own daughter is largely engaged bring the cruelty and falsity of the position taken by the old man and he sends men to bring young Stew art back. The finale is a great one. The Call of the North Robert Edeson has long been known as one of the greatest of the younger school of romantic actors in the United States, but it is doubtful if In his entire career, even if "Strongheart" and his other great great characters be considered, he ; has done anything quite so well 'as his pictured performance of Young . Stewart in "The Call of the North," a great World's feature film at the ' Arizona, .which opened last night for a tnrce-day run. Edeson plays the part of a young chap in the great northwest, where he comes in con tact with the factor of the trading post, the man who holds the life and death of every man there in his hands, and who had years previously sent Stewart's own father over the "journey of death" to his doom. Young Stewart falls in love with the factor's daughter and matters trans pire to bring down on his head the hatred of the old man. Stewart is sent on the journey but incidents in , which a young woods girl takes a large part and in which Stewart's At the Coliseum Although somewhat damp outside, the weather in no way dampened the ardor of the audience which greeted the new show at the Coliseum last night. A two reel Thanhouser "A Messenger of Death" stalled the ball rolling. The Damonte Brothers were the first to ap pear in the vaudeville program and when it comes to handling piano ac cordions, these boys are there, offer ing everything from grand opera to ragtime. They were forced to respond to repeated encores. The Twirling Talbots offer excellent work on the flying rings and keep the audience supplied with plenty of thrills working with eae and grace. Frawley and Rath, "A man. a piano, and a nut" are some team and when it comes to manipulating the Ivories, the pianist of this team is a bear, and it will be a long time before Phoenix will see his equal the "nut" members comes in for his sh ire, working in a manner all his own, assisted by a series of hats, his rendition of several songs, brought him well earned applause. A one reel Mutual drama and a Keystone side splitter. "The Gambling Rube", closed an excellent bill and if the future bills can be judged from the first two weeks, this house is sure to become a winner. Coffee and the Cop A booklet, "How to Keep "Well," prepar ed under the eye, of the Poliee Surgeon and tlm Hcnlth ( 'ommissioner. and distributed to the New York Policemen the finest police force extant among other suggestions, says: "Strons Coffee and Tea are Always Harmful " Coffee and tea both contain the drugs, caffeine and tan nin, which often cause headache, biliousness, heart flut ter, .sleeplessness, and other ills. New York Doesn't Want Nervous, Debilitated Policemen If vou value vour own health and power to "do things, suppose you quit tea 'and coffee, and try -the famous pure food-drink. 5 POSTUM I Made only of prime wheat and a bit of wholesome V molassses Postum is free from drugs, or any harmful j substanse. ; Theje's fine flavour, genuine nourishment and health ) in a steaming cup of well-made Postum. . ? "THERE'S A REASON" i !TC';rjfc'$v2!.-iRI " 1 wmmmm . ' WW : ft I ( FOR MALONEY'S BIRTHDAY John J. Birdno and James P. Lavln entertained Tom Maloney at a birth day dinner al the Arizona club yester day noon. Mr. Maloney, who is purch asing agent tor the reclamation ser vice, is president of the Jefferson club. He is 65 years old, and still a hearty, active man. Those present were Mr. Maloney, Mr. Lavin, Mr. Birdno and Walter Wilson. 0 NEW ADDITION TO BE ALMOST FIREPROOF 1 Specifications for the new addition to the Pioneers' Home at Prestott, made possible by the Parsons' bequest, have been adopted by the board of control, and plans conforming with them will be prepared at once. The specifications call for what is known as "slow-burning" construction, a modification of the fireproof type 'of building. The new addition will have firewalls and fire doors between dif ferent departments, and asbestos sheets will be laid under all the floors. The stairway will be of concrete with wooden treads. Metal lath and Doug las plaster will be used throughout in the construction. William Brophy of Navajo county and Andrew Stark of Maricopa were admitted to the home yesterday.- GOING OUT OF BUSINESS EXTRA SPECIAL-FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY 33 DISCOUNT On our entire line of Stauffer's and Pickard's Hand-Painted China. An un rivaled opportunity to select choice Christmas gifts or to buy articles for your own table at prices less than you usually have to pay for ordinary china. CLAYP00L & HEGE 26 East Washington St. A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ANY ARTICLE TILL CHRISTMAS 1L 1 DEATH OF MRS. HAILE: Mrs. R. C. Haile of Cushion died on Mon day afternoon, at a local hospital. The funeral was held yesterday af ternoon from the undertaking par lors of Moore & McLlelan, inter ment being in Greenwood. She leaves a husband and three children, one of whom, a son, is located in Yokohama, Japan. Deceased came here several years ago, from Cali fornia, having moved there from Missouri. o RESUME PARCEL POST. Weather Beats Weather Man To His Snow Study Briggs Plans Start for Sierras Anchas to Set Additional Snow Measuring Instruments and Snow-falls During Storm That Covers Salt Kiver Valley Seven Hun dredths of an Inch Deep in Cold Put Useful Pain Snow-fall Data Proving Very Useful t Students of Water Supply Situation Snow-Student P.. P.. Brigs. Whether last night's lain had any effect on the plans of Sec tion Director Robert It. tiiiggs of the I'nitc-d Htate gineer, S. K. Baker, to set snow stakes in the White Mountains. The heavy snows which, beat the engineers to it, prevented them from surveying all that WANTS SUFFRAGISTS I TO FORM SOCIETY FOR WORLD'S PEACE weather bureau, is not known, but It j territory contemplated in their plan. So is known that Mr. Briggs had planned i this year, it is necessary to extend the to make a special trip to the Sierras ! line of "stakes" somewhat, in order to "WtT 'P Nj---ii---r-Wj' ii,J ' f Sir ? J : ' I : A high valley beneath Ord Peak in White mountains, where snow study has proven most profitable jlrs. Pet hick Lawrence. Mrs. Pethiek Lawrence, the fa mous English suffragist, is in the United States furthering her project for the joining of women all over the world into an organization for the "promotion of peace. Mrs. Law rence is the editor of one of the largest suffrage papers in the world. She is not a militant. j ON WALL STREET Anchas, to study the snow situation. He planned to take his departure today. When the local weather headquar ters started last year to make a syste matic study of snowfall in the water shed of the Roosevelt irrigation sys tem. Mr. Brings sent bis assistant Ken neth Meaker and a reclamation en- Ret in the other important mountain range, the Sieiras Anchas. Mr. Brings J contemplated niakim? the trip by auto ! in order to reach the depths of the hills before the snow should start in earn- est. From reports received from Roose Ivelt last night, however, the snow has ; already begun fulling heavily all over Bobbie I saw you kissing sister t again last night. ( astleton Well, I'm not going to ' pay you a quarter this time. Ten j ceits is enough. j Bobbie That's the tendency in j these days, to cut out the middle ! man and let the goods go straight j from the ' producer to the consumer w: nout charge. Life. I Hire a little salesman at The Re j publican office. A Want Ad will see ' more customers than you can. Beautiful Potted Kerns now selling at ! cost. Qualitv Flower store. Columbia Theater. Advertisement. g the watershed. The study of snow fall has been greatly encouraged by the department ! of agriculture, which directs the weath i er bureau. Data on the amount of fall, the manner and the amount of meltini? and the consequent additions to stored ) water supply are proving very valuable j in this instance, as it gives a line on water supply not secured in any other way. -o- Beautiful Potted Ferns now selling at cost. Qualitv Flower store, Columbia Theater. Advertisement. g -o- Showing a bed of snow that will be turned into stored water when spring rains bring higher temperatures Compulsory Cash Raising Sale on : cent to 40 per cent discount. Nippon 'Bargain Store. Advertisement. tt WHERE ARMIES OF THE SULTAN HAVE REACHED THE SUEZ CANAL USALEft BeerehclVaj ASSOCIATED PRESS DfBPATCH WASHINGTON. Dec. 1. Resump tion of the parcel post service between- the United States and Ger many and Austria-Hungary is an nounced. This service, discontinued because of lack of transportation facilities during the beginning of the war, will make possible the sending of Christmas gifts to Europe. Wjelwa Wilderness of H'ft I . . i 1U 3 M SucxCxn! - Cd-rrvl St.autc4 100 Where the Turks have reached the Suez Canal according to reports from Constantinople is shown at (A). 1 Kanlara, a small village on the wyst bank of this waterway, is at the head of Lake Mangala. '