THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER ?, 1914.
Our Glasses correct it.
Northrup Optical Co.
1 East Adms St.
Prescription lenses ground In our
Garden City Resturant
21-23 East Adam 8t.
B nil. Zerolene '..$2.85
5 gals. Vacuum Mobile Oils.. 13.50
S nonnds Arctic Cud Grease.. 5
and Only Red Crown Gasoline.
PHOENIX OIL. CO.
221 W. Jeff. St.
E. S. WAKELIN CO.
GOLDEN GATE TEAS
Under new management.
Give us a trial!
Regular Meals, 35 Cents.
Short Orders All Night;
33 North Center, Phoenix.
Yee Sing, Proprietor.
WHEN YOU HAVE ANY
DONE SEE THAT THIS
Is on It or that It I dons by
one of the firms below, who'
are entitled to use It:
ARIZONA STATE PRESS
CAPITOL PRINTING CO.
WATKINS PRINTING CO. ,
THE QUALITY PRESS
may be worth
to you some day. Re
member us when you
want mile -a -minute
floroffcvcic Ptuvtmr- st.
Machinery of all kinds built, re
built or repaired. Best equipped
shop in state. Only expert mi
! chanlcs. 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
foot troubles removed. Moles and
warts removed by electricity.
SHIRLEY t SHIRLEY
31 East Adams Street
Everything In Lumbtr
5 Cents Dozen
Big Curio Store
Of Local Interest
STORED WATER SUPPLY.
Water service report for December 2:
Elevation of wraer in reser-
oir, feet 117.44
Contents of reservoir, acre ft. 184, !M4
Cain preceding i4 hours, acre
Elevation of water l year ago lll.r.S
Contents of reservoir, 1 yr ago lni!.lM2
Normal flow of Sait anil Verile
rivers at Granite Reef dam.
Normal flow water for lands
up to year
Amount of water used for ir
rigation, north side. M. I...
Amount of water used for ir
rigation, south side, M. I. ..
LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY.
6 a.m. li p.m.
Temperature, degrees .... 47
Sensible temperature 4i r.O
Humidity, per cent HI tiS
Wind, direction XB SF.
Wind, velocity, miles .... 1 2
Rainfall 39 0
Weather Cloudy Clear
Highest temperature T8
Lowest temperature 4ti
Mean relative humidity 7S
lefieiency in temperature yester
day, 2 decrees.
Deficiency in temperature since
first of month, 4 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since January 1, 592 decrees.
Excess in rainfall yesterday, .CS
Excess in rainfall since first of
month, .44 inch.
'.(cumulated deficiency in r.i.nf.ill
since January 1. 0.95 inch.
Data for Tucson.
Highest temperature yesterday... I0
Rainfall yesterday SO
ROBERT R. BKIGGS,
HERE FROM LOS Attorney
Thomas J. Present t, who maintains of
fices in the Monahon building, is here
from I-is Angeles on business.
RAMONA WOMAN'S CLUB The
Ramona Women's club will meet at
2 o'clock this afternoon with Mrs.
William McCullouch of North Sev
EASTERN STAR TODAY Tne
auxiliary of the Phoenix Chapter No.
5 of the O. E. S. will hold an aftei
noon tea this afternoon from 2:30 to
5. All members and visiting Stars
are cordially invited.
ZION LADIES' AID The Ladies'
Aid society of the Zion Evangel'? "-.I
Lutheran church will meet on Thurs
day, December 3. at the home of Mrs.
Ira M. Howler, 729 East Pierce street.
All are requested to be present.
MARRIAGE LICENSE A marriage
license was issued yesterday alter
noon to Louis Quan, a local China
man, aged 34, and Miss Mary O. Lej,
a 19-year-old Chinese girl of Glen
dale. They will be married Saturday
afternoon by Justice of the Pence
GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH
The Ladies' Aid society of Grace
Lutheran church will hold a bazaar
in Patrick hall. 825 West Washington
street, on Hriday afternoon and even
ing of this week. Various articles
will be sold and ice cream, cake and
SHERIFF OF PINAL H. D. Hall,
sheriff of Pinal county, is in the city
on business. He reports things very
qniet in his district. At the closing
i'f fourt on Tuesday in Pinal county
three men were sentenced, among
them being the slayer of James M.
Everat of Kelvin, who was convict"!
iif manslaughter and sentenced to ten
years in the penitentiary.
C. W. B. M. MEETING The meet
ing of the Christian Women's Board
of missions will be held in the church
parlors at the corner of Eifth avenue
and Monroe street, on Hriday after
noon, December 4, at 2:30 o'clock.
Business of importance is to come
before the meeting, and all members
and friends are urged to be present.
Strangers are cordially invited.
PRATT DISCHARGED .. ..Henry
Pratt, who has been on trial in t'.ie
superior court, charged with stealing
an automobile, was discharged yes
terday morning on a technicality, in,t
was immediately rearrested on a sim
ilar charge anil arraigned before Jus
tice of the Peace Johnstone. He
plead not guiltv and was hell to
answer to the superior court again.
TO PROTEST AGAINST HANG
INGS Gov. Hunt yesterday received
a letter from a woman in El Paso who
declared her intention of visiting Ari
zona to hold a series of protest meet
ings against capital punishment. The
communication contained the state
ment that militant methods would be
used, and that the "western suffraget
tes" would begin "where the English
women left oft" if the executions took
CREIGHTON PARENT TEACHERS
The Creighton Parent Teachers' in
sociation will meet at the school
house on December 4 at 2:30 p. m.
There vill be a short program and in
response to roll call members ar?
asked to give a Christmas quotation.
The meeting will be Informal, and
all are asked to bring their Christ
mas work and exchange ideas which
may be helpful. The hostesses fir?
Mrs. Creighton, Mrs. Duncan, Mrs.
Elerick and Miss Cole.
Beautiful Potted Herns now selling at
cost. Quality plower store, Columbia
Theater. Advertisement. g
SOCIAL REGISTERS on sale at
Derryhill's and the Miller-Sterling
Company. Price $1.00. (Advertise,
GUNS for rent Plnney ft Robin- J
DIRECTORS MEET The board of
directors of the board of trade will
meet at luncheon at the Arizona club
at noorf today.
DEPUTY SHERIFF HOWE HERE
Deputy Sheriff Allie Howe of Co
chise county, is in the city for a day
or two on business.
NEW NOTARY A notarial commis
sion was issued yesterday at the of
fice of the secretary f state to II. K.
Edington of Phoenix.
There are undelivered telegrams at
the Western Union telegraph offices
for the following: Ernest L. Brown,
Clyde Davis and Mrs. C. J. Trimble.
ASSESSOR MING HERE A. B.
Ming, assessor of Yuma county, and
one of the administration leaders in
that section of the state, was among
the visitors to the citv yesterady.
G. F. AND P. A. VISITS PHOENIX.
E. W. Clapp of Tucson, general freight
and passenger agent of the Arizona
Eastern system, paid an official visit
to Phoenix and the company offices
WHERE IS M'ARTHUS? A check
book and a pass book on the Phoenix
National bank, made out to A. Mc
thur was left in the wash room of
the city hall yesterday. The books
may be recovered by the owner up
on application to the police depart
ment. MAYOR NAMES DELEGATES
Mayor George U. Young yesterday an
nounced the. appointment as delegates
from Phoenix to the seventeenth annual
session of the American Mining Con
gress to be held here next week the
names of Ezra W. Thayer, J. V. West-
ervelt S. J. Tribolet and Dr. J. W. Eoss.
PYTHIANS ATTENTION Owing
to the fact that election of officers
required under the by-laws the usual
open night of Phoenix lodge No. 2,
Knights of Pythias, will not be hell
on Friday evening, the business ses
sion taking the place of the affair
which had been planned for that
MOOSE LADIES' DAY From 1
o'clock until 5 o'clock on Friday aft
ernoon the Moose home will be
thrown open to the ladies of the or
der. All the privileges of the home
will be given the ladies on that oc
casion. A pleasing program has been
arranged for the entertainment of the
ladies, to whom a cordial invitation
REGISTER FOR RUNS Motorists
and motorcyclists are registering for
the two club runs to Castle Hot
Springs. Saturday and Sunday. Ti'.e
automobilists may get information
from the committee, composed of Dr.
Redewill, Clay Parker and Charlea Mc
F.lrov. The motorcycle committee is
composed of Ernest Hogle, Ben Rud-
derow and George Rruenniger
EXTENDED SERVICE According
to previous announcement the Y. W.
C. A: cafeteria began an extension
of service Monday, November 3t!i,
with excellent patronage. On Sun
days from 12 to 2:30 p. m. dinner
will be served to women and their s
coits. This plan will be tried in
response to requests not in any
sjrise to commercialize the day.
..W. H. KEULING DIES W. H.
Keuling, ill for some time at. the
Sisters' hospital, died yesterday. Ho
had been a resident of Phoenix for
about nine years. Formerly he was
engaged in the contracting business
and was the constructor of several
handsome residences in this city. In
the early days he engaged in manu
facturing cigars. He is survived by
relatives in Germany. The body is
at the Easterling & Whitney chape!.
Eunera! arrangements have not ben
Y. W. C. A. AND DOLLS Christ
mas would not be Christmas without
dolls. Girls know that and so th
girls of the Y. W. C. A. Thimble dull
offer dressed dolls for the munici
pal Christmas tree. There will be
many people who will donate dolls,
but cannot dress them. Send or bring
them to the Y. W. C. A.. 30S Nor'h
Second street, before Hriday night.
December 4. and they will be proo
erly and prettily dressed to brine V.y
to the heart of some small girl on
MILLER PASSES AWAY
Was an Efficient Official" and Spanish
American War Veteran
City Plumbing Inspector James Wr.
Miller, died yesterday afternoon at 5
o'clock at the. Sister's Hospital where
he was taken several weeks ago, after
having been stricken with a series of
hemorrhages. Erom the first it was
felt that his chance of recovery was
slight and by many it was considered
remarkable that he lingered so lonf.
James W. Miller was born in Irvln,
Ky., 38 years ago. Early in life he en
gaged in the plumbing trade and later
went upon the road as traveling repre
sentative of a large plumbing supply
house. About two years ago he came
to Arizona. He was appointed to the
office of plumbing inspector in July
and filled the duties of that office with
credit to himself and his superiors.
During the Spanish-American war he
enlisted in the Eolith Kentucky Regi
ment, in which regiment Policeman
Thurman of this city was also enlisted.
His regiment was sent to Anderson,
Alabama but went no nearer the front,
because of the short duration of the
His father, three sisters and two
brothers survive. All are living in Ken
tucky. His brother, Clarence, who fiad
been notified of his serious illness, Is
expected to arrive here today, having
started from his home several days ago.
The body is at Easterling & Whitney's
chapel awaiting funeral arrangements.
The remains will probably be taken
back to Kentucky for burial. The de
ceased was at one time a member of
the B. P. O. Elks. He was unmarried.
REMEMBER THE VALLEY BANK
We will take your check on the Val
ley Bank in trade from $1 to $5. Bring
your pass book. Chas. B. Bargman,
Jewelry, Curio Store. 33 E. Adams St.
Advertisement. - It
TENNIS GOODS. Finney t Robin
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the state of destination, and the other
forbidding their importation from
abroad. The Burnett immigration bill,
with its literacy test, is ready for ac
tion by the senate.
The president is expected to renew
his advocacy of the ship-purchase bill,
which will meet with hard sledding in
both branches. An important house
hill seeks to place all water transpor
tation under the jurisdiction of the in
terstate commerce commission. Resale
prices, patent legislation, the labelling,
of manufactured goods, with reference
to adulteration and misbranding, the
licensing of warehouses, the admission
of state banks to the federal reserve
system there are only a few of many
important subjects for legislation which I
may be considered during the term of j
President Wilson, if not in the com
Tlie contest over the rivers and har
bors bill may be renewed, although it
can be said that the spoilsmen are in a
somewhat chastened mood. So far.
President Wilson has not announced
his attitude toward this measure. But,
with the necessity of economy staring
him in the face, it is expected he will
ask for Its close pruning.
EL ZARIBAH TEMPLE
ELECTS NEW OFFICERS
At the meeting of El Zaribah Temple
Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, held last
evening, the. following officers were
elected for the ensiling year: Shirley
Christy, Phoenix, illustrious potentate;
Harry A. Moigan, Willcox. cHef Rab
ban; Xeill Bailey, Jerome, assistant
chief Rabban: A. G. Hulett. Phoenix,
high priest and prophet; Epes Ran
dolph, Tucson, oriental guide; George
H. N. Luhrs was elected treasurer and
J. J. Sweeney recorder.
J. J. Sweeney, Shirley Christy and
George A. .Maiik were elected repre
sentatives of the imperial council and
Vernon L. Clark as trustee.
Through the courtesy of Manager
Rickards of the Columbia, the troupe
of entertainers from that show house
made their appearance after the busi
ness session and added much to the en
joyment of the occasion. The meeting
concluded with an elaborate repast.
Want to leave me, Mary? I thought
you were quite comfortable. What is
it for something private'.1''
"No, mam, it's a sergeant." Lon
Lawyer (fiercely) Are you telling
Badgered Witness (wearily) A3
much of it as you will let me. De
troit Hree Press.
The Call of the North.
The last days run of Robert F.de-
son and the wonderful picture, -"The
Call of the North." will be made at
the Arizona tonight, and all those
who have not heretofore seen the
great picture,, will thus have another
chance to see it. "The Call of the
North" Is based upon George Broad-
hurst's great book, "The Conjurer's
House" and details the intimate side
of life iff the northwest, the country
of almost perpetual snow. The pho
tography is splendid, so much so
that people have marvelled at It.
The clearness of the pictures and
the expressions thus obtainable in the
picture of the actors and actresses
adds greatly to the groat silent
"The Crystal Ball," a three-reel
Warner feature picture, will be the
chief attraction at the Plaza Theater
today, and today only. The picture
deals with that mysticism of India
that is being drawn on to such an
extent at this time by movie direc
tors for the spectacular and weird
visions obtainable by the camera
man's art. It is well acted and
worth the Journey to see it. "The
War Bonnet," a Kalem Indian pic
ture, "Pie for Sop Hie," a western
Essanay, and one other good picture
complete the program.
PERILS OF PAULINE OT LION.
A six-reel program and every pic
ture first-class, is the announcement
of the Lion theater today. "The Per
ils of Pauline" comes first . nn-1 its
two reels of good entertainment. Poirl
White as Pauline continues to have
semi-monthly perils, and Harry saves
her as usual. "Out of the Air," is
another two-reel film and holds the
interest every second it is on the
screen. It is a combination aero
plane and railroad story, and a mn
drops from an aeroplane on a rail
way train and stops it in time to
prevent an accident. Two comedies
furnish the laughs, one a Komic with
Hay TIncher in the lead and the oth
er a Keystone called "He Loves the
Ladies," ending one of the best
diversified programs in a long time.
The weird genius of Edgar Allan
Poe will find visualization tomorrow
and Saturday at the I-amara theater
when "The Avenging Conscience," pro
duced by D. W. Griffith, will be pro
jected. The present work is said to
eclipse' In thrilling Interest any of
Griffith's many successes, not except
ing "Judith", "Battle of the Sexes",
"Home Sweet Home" or "The Escape."
Two of Poe's masterpieces are util
ized in the photo play "The Telltale
Heart," and "Annabel Lee." A grip-
J Temporary Headquarters
The Busy Drug Store
at Adams Pharmacy
require more com
are distinctly the
shown in Phoenix
today. They'll keep
and besides are
priced within the
reach of everyone.
A splendid display
of these coats is
being shown in our
32 W. Washington St.
is very easily found if you come to us
WE HAVE IT
See our windows full of gifts
ELVEV & HULETT
Quality Druggists. Never Substitute.
O'Neill Iildg. N. W. Cor. Adams &
1st. Ave. Phones 411 & 441, Phoenix.
LADIES' $4.00 SHOES
Made of a fine
The shoe shown is a typical ex
ample of the splendid values to
be found here at $4. 00. A smart
button boot, with case-trimmed
edge, medium toe and cuban heel.
If the price you wish to pay is
J4.00, you cannot obtain greater
all round value than in one of
our $4 shoes. Every style is In
cluded and these shoes are sub
stantially made to give thorough,
We Footograph your foot and
II. A. Diehl Shoe Co.
8 W. Washington St.
ping love story drawn from Poe's
poem, and the psychology of conscience
drawn from "The Telltale Heart," are
blended by remarkable feats of photo
graphy never before successfully at
tempted in motion pictures.'
Blanche Sweet is cast in the. role of
the sweetheart, and Spottiswood Ait
ken will be seen as the wretched uncle.
The program today will be the same
excellent diversification that prevailed
"The Hair Rebel," a splendid tale
of the southland during the days
when her gallant sons were battling
for the "lost cause," when her fair
est daughters were performing un
heard of services for the land of
their birth, is on at the Empress.
This is one of the big special plays
of the speaking drama a few years
ago. It was a success in its origi
nal form and when Klaw &Erlanger
decided to screen the story of "The
Hair Rebel." it lent itself splendidly
to the camera, until those who have
seen it say that it has not been sur
passed by many stories founded up
the theme of the battle between the
north and the south. "The Hair
Savings Bank and Trust Co.
II. J. MeClunfT, President T. E. Pollock, Vice-President
M. C. McDougall, Vice-President W. C. Eoster, Sec'y and Treas.
N. D. Sanders, Asst Sec'y and Treas.
II. J. McClung M. C. McDougall
T. E. Pollock James S. Douglas
Wm. S. Humbert L. H. Chalmers.
W. A. Drake Geo. A. Olney
H. D. Marshall
Pays if You Live
Pays if You Die
Heralds of Liberty
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74 uoiiar;. Also la patented Handy Oil Can.
Painting, Paper Hanging
CAVILEER A CO.,
108 E. Adams St.
S. & R. VARIETY STORE
has a special line of all Christmas
goods at lowest prices.
112 North Central Ave.
On wood and coal for September
PHOENIX WOOD & COAL CO,
S. Third Avenue and Jaekeon
S " H O- E" S
and Hosiery That's all.
Harry A. Drachm&n
22 West Adams St.
Rebel" should attract not only those
who know the hardships and priva
tions of the loyal southerners, who
stuck to their beloved south in the
face of its greatest trial, but .o
those who were enlisted with the
ether side, for it ilealts with the
love of a daughter of the sun-kissed
land of Dixie for a gallant blu?
coated officer of the north, and the
romance buries the rancor of t)u i
factional hatred in a pretty screen (
story of the days of yesterday. Stir
ring battle scenes and daring con
summated to a degree is the watch
word of "The Fair Rebel."
J. Warren Kerigan comes nga'n
toda at the Regale theater, 210-212
East Washington street, in one of
the most sensational single-reel Vic
tor dramas be has produced. "Theiv
Is a Destiny," is the title of this of
fering and in it Kerrigan is given
full opportunity to avail himself of
his versatalities. The picture is we'l
worth while. Mary Pickford is also
hilled at the Regale today, taking the
leading role in "Mr. Rurglar, M. D. '
an Imp drama that cannot fail to
please. There are two comedy of
ferings, "Willie Walrus. Detective.,' a
Joker, and "The Xewlyweds," a Nes
tor, being of the order that pro
vokes laugh after laugh. AH in -u,
today's is one of the best of the.
Regale's superior offerings.
of successful growth
The National Bank of Arizona
25c Oli oz. ).
Ni York City
'AUTOMOBILE Til TABLE
! GLOBE-PHOENIX STAGE
j Quicker and cheaper than train
fare. Globe, IS; $25 round trip.
Leaves daily at 8 a, m ; arrives
i Roosevelt 2 p. m.; Globe and Miami.
rr4:30 p. m. Passengers collected from
' any part oz the city. Tickets at
Adams and Ford Hotels and Shaw's
Smoke House. W. A. Hill, Prop., 28
1. Second Ave.
Enlarging, Copying, Kodak Fin
ishing PHOTO CRAFT SHOP
1 CACTUS WAY
"We photograph anything, any
time, any place."
SALT RIVER VALLEY MONU
V, E. Lindsay, Prop.
409 West Washington St
Arizona, granite aa well aa all
other granite used.
Phone 1323 for prices
REDEWILL MUSIC CO.
Established in 1881
E24 West Washington St.
Pianos Rebuilt and Refinished
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Phoenix Lodge, No.
708; Meetings every
Tuesday, Moose home
28 S. Center. Vlsit
mg brothers invited.
George N. MacBean,
Dictator; Walter R.
Van Tyne. Becretary.
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