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Arizona republican. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1890-1930, December 03, 1914, Image 10

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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1914.
BAKING DAY0h! What A Difference
Difference in the bread, difference in the time, and
difference in the work. The old-fashiond way of
kneading bread by hand was tedious, and unsanitary
and uncertain as to result, the "UNIVERSAL
BREAD MINER does the mixing in three minutes
making better bread than you can possibly jnake by
hand in half an hour. Perfectly sanitary because
your hands do not touch the dough at all. In various
sizes at
EZRA W. THAYER'S
Everything in Hardware
121-130 E. Washington Street. 327-133 E. Adams
A SACRIFICE SUE
OF NATIVE COPPER
Another Line of Balke's Big Curio
Going Below Cost.
A Christmas Boost
for Arizona
is a subscription to the . '
Arizona Magazine
Only one dollar for one year. A twelve times
reminder, or six subscriptions for five dollars. You
get the most for the least money and at the same
time tell those friends back east in picture and
story of our lovely winter climate and the wonder
ful natural resources of vour home state.
Arizona Magazine
416 Fleming Block
R U A
HERALD?
WHY NOT?
Amusements
EMPRESS THEATER
The House of Features With an Orchestra
TWO MACHINES NO DELAYS
Today's Feature
A FAIR REBEL
K. & E. Biograph
AND TWO OTHER GOOD PICTURES
ARIZONA
Tuesday, "Wednesday and Thursday
liobt. Edison in
"THE CALL OF THE NORTH."
COLISEUM Now Open
LAMARA
Monday and Tuesday
Geo. Klein Presents .
"SPARTACUS."
PLAZA
Strand War Series Every
Saturday
Regale
The fifth installment of The Trey o'
Hearts next Tuesday and Wednesday,
. December 1st and 2nd.
Try A Republican Want Ad.
Among the lines which are iK'ing
ruthlessly sacrificed in Balke's Big
Curio Store retirement sale is thee ut
Arizona copper articles. These ar
ticles have been made ot native cop
per and have a value as souveniis.
But they also, every one of them,
has a useful value. They inolu'le
paper weights, paper knives, jewel
boxes, stamp boxes, collar button
boxes, smoking sets, match-safes and
many others.
& This copper is as brilliant as gold
and will never become any duller, for
its gloss has been perpetuully pre
served by a peculiar(metallic lacquer.
The people have been admiring and
buying this native copper for year.J.
A considerable part of the stock was
destroyed in the fire, but what re
mains was part of a surplus stack
and was in storage. It contains all
the varieties of the large stock, but
the line is likely to be broken, so
that those who call early will be
sure, to get what they want. Grao
while the grabbing is good.
Like everything else this na'.lve
copper is being sold at a great sac
rifice, ar below the cost, for the
entire stock of the Big Curio S.o:-e
must be disposed of before January
1, when the rooms must be vae-tUJ.
(Advertisement.)
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Beautiful Fotted Kerns now selling at
cost. Quality Klower store, Columbia
Theater. Advertisement. S
Compulsory Cash liaising Sale on
Japanese Ooods, Xmas Toys, 25 for
cent to 40 per cent discount. Nippon
Bargain Store. Advertisement. tf
AFTERNOON RECITAL The first
of the Saturday afternoon recitals to
be given this season at the Arizona
School of Music will take place the
coming Saturday afternoon, December
5, at 3:30 o'clock, at which .Mrs.
l.uther Steward will present the pri
mary department in a demonstration
of the first team's work in that de
partment. This program will be open
to tho public without charge anl all
are cordially invited.
LION
THEATER
TODAY
Perils of
Pauline
COMING
FRIDAY FOR ONE DAY
u
"CARDINAL
RICHELIEU'S
WARD"
y
tlSEUH
THE HOME OF VAUDEVILLE
ANOTHER CRACKERJACK
SHOW
Frawley and Rath
"A Man, a Piano and a Nut"
Twirling Talbots
European Gymnasts, Roman Ring,
and Teeth Expert
Damonde Brothers
Wizard of the Piano Accordion
3 Big Reels Mutual Movies
2 Shows Nightly 7:10 and 9:00
COUNTRY ST RE FRI. NIGHT
AMATEUR MONDAY
Always the Same Price
10 AND 20 CENTS
r H THKA7.?.E DE WXE rxil
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TONIGHT
The Rajah's
Daughter
An Eye-Feast of Color
and Effect
.With
Miss Lillian Lewis
In
SALOME
With the Head of John
the Baptist
0SB0I PARENT
TEflBS ELECT
Interesting Session of As
sociation is Held at Os
born Schoolhouse Mi's.
Parker Woodman to Head
Organization Next Year
OFFICERS FOR 1915
I Mrs. Farkcr Woodman, presi-
j dent; Mrs. N. E. Nelson, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. D. B. Weisigcr, secre-
tary-treasurer.
r i
The above named comprised the list
of officers elected at the annual busi
ness meeting of the Osborn Parent
Teachers association held yesterday
afternoon.
Following the election an interesting
program was presented. Miss Murna
Wieberg discussed "Little Folks at
School." She emphasized the value of
the use of pictures in the schools as a
means of quickening the perceptive
powers of the child. She declared illus
trations trained the mind to observe
and to draw its own conclusions. Miss
Wieherg advocated games and exercis
es under proper supervision with "fair
play" for the slogan of all sports.
Mrs. E. X. Phillips favored the school
house as a social center and suggested
that the build:ng be kept open on Sat
urdays under the chaperonage of the
mothers. She cited several suitable
pleasures for boys and girls.
Mrs. C. M. Gandy and Miss Studley
contributed the musical numbers.
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CATTLE QUARANTINE
GREATLY EXTENDED.
On Account of Foot and Mouth Disease
Only Shipment from California
Will be Allowed to Enter State
Acting on the recommendation of the
live stock sanitary board, Gov. Hunt
yesterday issued a proclamation of
quarantine forbidding the importation
of cattle into Arizona from any state,
with the single exception of California.
This drastic action was taken on ac
count of the fact that the foot and
mouth disease has spread to a number
of states not named in the former
quarantine proclamation, . and because
of the danger that it might be intro
duced into this state at any time by
means if infected cars.
The proclamation follows:
Proclamation of Quarantine Executive
Department, State of Arizona
WHEREAS, the contagious malady
known as the foot and mouth disease
has been found by the secretary of ag
riculture of the United States, to be
prevalent among the live stock of the
states of Kentucky, Delaware, Connec
ticut, Indiana, Illinois. Massachusetts,
Rhode Island, Washington, Maryland,
Iowa, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Montana,
New York, Wisconsin and New Jersey;
and
WHEREAS, in addition to the pro
visions of the proclamation of the gov
ernor of Arizona, Issued on November
12th, 1914, special restrictions and reg
ulations are required, for the protec
tion of domestic animals within the
state of Arizona against contagion from
live stock imported from the states
above mentioned; and
WHEREAS, it is believed by the live
stock sanitary board of the state of
Arizona, that the full extent of that
portion of the United States in which
the foot and mouth disease is preva
lent hiis not as yet been wholly de
termined, and, in, view, furthermore,
of the fact that live stock within the
states above enumerated, and railroad
cars used in the transportation of do
mestic animals afford direct sources of
contagion:
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Geo. W. P.
Hunt, governor of Arizona, do hereby
order that all members, agents and em-
iloyees of transportation companies
operating in and through the state of
Arizona, and all stockmen and officials
having duties relating to live stock.
and every other person, company, cor
poration, and their employees shall be
prohibited from bringing into the state
of Arizona, any class of live stock or
iginating in any state of the union.
other than California; provided, more
over, such stock 'as may be imported
from California into the state of Ari
zona, must be transported in cars
which have been thoroughly cleaned
and disinfected under the supervision
of the proper authorities.
This proclamation supercedes the one
issued from the executive department
of the state of Arizona on the 12th day
of November, 1914, and shall remain in
full force and effect until further no
tice shall be issued by the governor of
Arizona.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused the
great seal of the state of Arizona to be
affixed.
Done at the City of Phoenix, the Capi
tal, this 2nd day of December, 1914.
GEO. W. P. HUNT,
Governor of Arizona.
Attest: SIDNEY P. OSBORN
Secretary of State.
Beautiful Potted Ferns now selling at
cost. Quality Flower stbre, Columbia
Theater. Advertisement. g
QUEEN ESTHER CANTATA The
regular weekly rehearsal will be held
tonight in the M. E. church parlors.
The soloists will sing at each re
hearsal and all those who expect to
stand. by the directon to the end must
be in their places. The date is set
for December 17 and 18 at the high
school.
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Beautiful Potted Ferns now selling at
cost. Qualify Flower store, Columbia
Theater, Advertisement. g
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Delicious Peppermint flavor blended into
wholesome chicle r resilient, smooth
chewing, mouth -watering.
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Doubly pleasing because the flavor is
1-o-n-g 1-a-s-t-i-n-g: lots of "Pep!"
' Double wrapped and then hermetically
sealed to keep the goodness in and all
impurities out
Double value, for with each 5c packago is a
United shag Coupon
good for many valuable presents.
Try WRIGLEY'S M'lwr.mfr today!
fHHlt
Ip
Made by the
manufacturers
of the famous
WRIGLEYH
SPICY MINT LEAF JUICEl
V
United Coupons
now with both
these WRIGLEY
"twin mints."
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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.
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Jessie L. Lasky Presents
Robert Edeson
IN
"The Call of the North"
Coming Friday and Saturday
LYDIA BORRELLI, in "LOVE EVERLASTING"
Matinee Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, at 2:30.
Arizona Theatre

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