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TITE AIZ ZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER .16, 1914
PAGE THREE Send Your Flat Laundry To Us At tlii' prices we chaise, you can't afford to have your flat laundry done at home. Soap, fuel and labor aniouut to more than our charge. Neither is a pound rate cheaper, as flat work weighs too much. NOTE OUR FAMILY PRICES Spreads 10c Pilow Cases 2c .Sheets 4c Towels lc Napkins lc Try sending your flat pieces to us. You will he surprised to see how much work it will save you at home, at no more cost.. Arizona Laundry E TROOPS. JBE (Continued From Page One) Third, St. and Adams White Autos OSTRICHES Se.yeral hundred, extra fine ostriches are being offered at $5X0 each, while they last. This chance will soon be gone. Valley Bank checks accepted "irf payment, also assignments of Valley Bank Ad ustment Co. stock. A good chance to realize quickly. Pan-American Ostrich Co. Cashion Ariz. Phone 92 Call 201R11 R. W. Warren, Adams Hotel. RAILROADS AND THE CANAL i by way of the canal, arc ready to uc- I ( era the railways tin- higher rales ap- Thc placing nf t!H' tonnage charge j plied fur. so they may be again saved on our coastwise vessels plying be- j rr'"" '' effects of the competition of Iween our eastern and western states ; (-'ma'- I K is surcdv a mosj peculiar situation x a the Panama canal is well known to . .,. ,hc 1(t.;,vi,linB , competition calls the p.-ople an.l the manufacturers, ! ;,. higher rates lor the work done by miners, merchants and other shippers j the transcontinental railways. ;ire fully aware of the higher costs of! Why was the canal built if trans transportation of ..freight ..this repeal continental railway charges are to lie has occasioned and the advantages that I made higher , for the people served, by were given by that repeal to foreign ! litem? Cincinnati Enquirer. shipping combines and the transconti- i o nental railways. Still the transcontinental railwas LI EUT. M ELCH ER DEAD. are neither happy nor contented. Not satisfied in securing this canal charge so as to break down competi tion and to deprive tile American peo ple of the fu'l benefits of transporta tion of their shipments between tile i te, or tne iiiympia, neweys nagsnij at the battle of .Manila Hay. died. j - ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH j HACKRSTHW.V. Md.. Dec. 1 T.. r.i.-u -(tenant-Commander Samuel Melcher t Su ite. I'nited States Navy, retired, in i command of the after eight-inch tur- states of our own republic, via tin nal, these railway-s have now pending before the Interstate commerce com- I mission an application for higher j Ireight rates because of the compcti- j tioo they still have to meet from the j sea. In a recent statement filed by them, it is set forth "that sea competition with the railroads has been increasing by leaps and bounds wihin the last Jew months, particularly because of the use of the ranivma canal." It is said that the sea competition is greatest in such articles as bags and bagging, canned goods, coffee, iron and steel articles, pig iron, iron pipe, fit tings, paints and varnishes, paper, rice, soap, radiators, cans, tin, wire fencing, etc-. It was only in 1912 that the gentle men now in power in the federal ad ministration and the people generally oesired the low transportation charges which waterways afford. It was accepted then that this was good common sense, wise political doctrine, the safe foundation for gen eral business, beneficial to the business interests of the country and to the vast majority .of the people. It will be interesting to note if those WOMEN'S PLAN AGAINST WAR. associated press dispatch NEW YoKK, Dee. In. A committee o: three woman's political union left for Washington to present Secretary Bin an "with a constructive plan to prevent war." The plan urges the co op ration of all women in the world in the foundation of an international com mission to perpetuate peace. AN EXTRA DIVIDEND. associated press difpatchI NKW Y"RK, Dec. 1.",. The Central Railroad of New Jersey declared an extia semi-annual dividend of two per cent. -o- BUN DY LIKELY TO HANG. in authority, after taxing our freights ' ment. fSSOCTTEf PRESS DlSPATCHl SAX EHANCISC o, Dec. jr.. I'nless C.overnor Johnson intervenes, Eouis I ur.dv, tile youth wlio killed Harold Zic-'i he, in I.os Angeles on December Ct. inn, will hang. The supreme court dismissed the motion to arrest judg- to a place under his command. These ! reinforcements are being requested sent as a measure of precaution. The I troops to be sent are three regiments i of infantry from Galveston or Texas i City, one battery of 4.7 guns and two batteries of -1.7 howitzers from Fort Sill, Oklahoma." . Thus far the warnings to Carranza ami Gutierrez have resulted in in structions to 1il and Maytorena, re spectively, to regulate their fire so bullets w-rll. not fall into American ter ritory. Kither these instructions have been received and disregarded, or their rec eipt purposely is not acknowl edged, in .the view of high officials here. liullcts have continued to fall across the line during the past few days. The I'nited States has already out lined that it intends to take 'defen sive'" and not "aggressive" action as soon as it has an adequate force in position, and officials say one or the other rif the- Mexican factions will withdraw. "' After a" conference between Briga dier General Scott, chief-of staff, and Secretary Garrison, the Eleventh, Eighteenth ami Twenty-second infan try regiments, each to carry rations arid supplies for ten days and not less than three nraehine guns, were order ed from Texas City, and Batteries A. It and C from Fort Sill, Oklahoma, to Naco. Executions at Mexico City Between toil and Fin Mexicans, many prominently officially. have been secretly executed in Mexico City in the last few days, according to an official report from a United JBlales agent there. 1'nder whose orders or the names of the victims i unknown. Except for the execu til'iis daily, "conditions in the city are quiet.' No foreigners have been injured or intimidated and business condi tlonWre described as improving. As Ihe American government has taken the position that it will not interfere it, disputes among the .Mexicans t hemselves. it is not believed here flare will be any remonstrance from Washington. The reports, however, i is said, have deeply disappointed hifch officials, who expected that g lienil confisi-.uious and arrests v oiild (.-ease wilii the entry of the !''utierrez government. News con j. i ruing the movements of Gutierrez md Carranza forces ate scant. En 'ioue C. Llorente. Washington rep resentative of the former, announced ii night mat. their forces had taken i 'iiadala'ara without opposition. Luis Cabrwa, former constitut ion ilist agent here, his been appoint ed b Carranza as his secretary of he li'iuisury. eomplcting the cabinet. A report also says that .Maclovia illerrera has been made governor and I military commander of the state of chihuahua. I The Brazilian minister at Mexico ;i'ity reporti d. to the state depart ment that J. J. Egan, superintendent ' o! the Wells Fargo and Company Ex- pi ess. at El Paso, and E. E. Darneill, j assistant general agent of the same jcimpany, city of Mexico, were well j and saf" and had not been in any J tiouble. I Vice Consul Blocker, telegraphed I from Eagle pass there is no inter iiuption of train service to and from jSaltillo. The telegraph office at Ciu- l dad Portino Diaz advised the con sulate it would receive personal (telegrams for Mexico City and San j Lui P.dosi, provided such messages I : elated only lo private business. ; Vice Consul Guayant reported he arrived at his post at Ensenada, Lower California, on December 6. The American consul at Tampico received assurance frorfl General Caballero that Julian Korilla, a Span ish subject, who was reported to have been threatened with execution , - i ENTHUSIASM RUNS HIGH IN TOKIO WHEN TSINGTAU FALLS v if W . ' '''" ' ' t,im iii i liOT nr- JW-,'--rJfrn- a-'rj"-:' ' -Vc. mMm will be liberated and permitted to leave the country. ,vrrow jioint8 (a Mayor Sakatani of Tokio addressing multitude, during celebration. -When "the news-pf the fall of Tsingtau reached Tokio last month, the. people of .the capital planned a great celebration.' Great crowds marched through the streeU, shouting,-''Baniaij Jbanzai, banzaL . for, lai Nippon," while a multitude of people assembled to hear an address by Mayor Sakatani of Tokio on what the fall of jsingtau meant to Japan, - Smallpox at Naco NACO, Dec. 15. With the atmo sphere charged with expectancy and suppressed excitement concerning". the probable outcome of the action. of Mexican forces and what steps the United States may take, small pox added another danger at Naco. Two cases developed in men return ing from Mexican points after pur chasing cattle. They had moved freely around town for several days. The hotel, saloon and residences they vjsiied are under partial quarantine. The day was quiet as far as stray bullets were concerned. The climax of the situation is believed to be near at hand following the report that further reinforcements of I'nited States soldiers and artillery are ex pected. The patients. J. I). Dowdle and Henry Pratt, were immediately iso lated by the county authorities, who vaccinated everyone in any way ex posed. I.ale tonight Maytorena stated he had not yet received any orders to cease firing or to withdraw. He stated, however. he expected a mes senger late tonight with messages from headquarters. Residents of Naco. Arizona, upon learning that further reinforcements of soldiers and artillery are being sent to General Bliss, in charge of the United States border patrol here, believed the climax of the situation is near. Troopers on guard along the bor der were unusually alert. At each uutpost a commissioned officer was in charge with a strong guard. Each station also was in constant touch with headquarters by tele phone. General Bliss moved his headquar ters nacit to the main camn located' auout one and one-half miles north f the border. Guadalajara Taken EE PASO. Iee. 1 .". Guadalatara. the second largest city in Mexico has been captured by Villa's troops ac cording to an official report of the Villa consular agent. A strong col umn of Carran.a troops is reported to tie moving on Torreun, the dom inant position in Central 'Mexico, de fended by about l.tiod villa troops. arranza s strength here is esti mated at 3.0o. Villa after a visit to Chihuahua city, returned hurriedly today to Torreon Traffie on ti,s Ceniral line of the National Railways of Mexico has been interrupted in definitely below the border bv the burning of several bridges bet ween Juarez and chihuahua. BROWNSVILLE. Dee. 1.7 -In the most hotly contested of the late wars in Mexico. Gen. c.ihallero, with large force of Carranza soldiers defeated the Villa army advancing on Tampico. Caballero is pursuing the Villa forces to Januave. ABSENTEES WILL NOT BE MISSED AT EXPOSITION Even should some of the nations be slow or entirely remiss there will be a splendid exposition grander than my ever given in any country. Probably the attendance from .ur own country will be more remunerat ive and much greater in point of numbers than it would be if Europe l ad remained tranquil. Th-re will be but little, if any. travel across the Atlantic, from our shores, of the or dinary tourist class or the rich who formerly thought they could not ex ist a year without a season in other countries. Such, by hundreds of thousands, will stay in their own country and make or renew acquain tance with some of its remarkable features of attraction. And each and all will have for their principal ob jective San Francisco and its great show, while louring the Panama canal. Alaska and the whole Pacific coast, Yellowstone park, the Grand canyon of Arizona and the many other win ders of travel along the. various transcontinental lines of our count'y and the Canadas. And there will lie, on the part of many, renewal of -a.'-, quaintnnce with points of interest" east of the Mississippi too numerous to mention. Except through some twist of circumstances impossible now to foresee, the year 19 tS should be for our country one of prosiierity, in which San Francisco and its shocv should have a great share. We may imagine a sympathetic in quiry as to the future of the expo sition, and find as a possible answer to it the usual manner of the papers of San Francisco in carrying on their regular reports of progress to ward completion of various buildings and the starting of others, "just as though nothing had happened." The Mississippi commission to the expo sition and the architect for their state were on their way to San Francisco a week ago. Plans for Colorado. Georgia, Texas and Florida buildings were recently filed for approval. Th" Netherlands horticultural gardens were being laid out by skilled gar deners from Holland for the most complete and important display m horticulture ever made in this coun try from a foreign country. And the latest San Francisco pap ers at hand announce the capture of two more national conventions for mr,; also, immediate establishment on the grounds of a complete m-i'l delivery service, and that the exposi tion is the cause of a new feder.'l service enterprise in the shape of publication, by the United States ge ological survey, of handbooks on the transcontinental lines. Cincinnati Enquirer. She Special Pairs Womnieirfi High-Gif ade Sho 4. S45 and TT JT U m U riicsp arc a number of broken lines and stvles in women's hih-cut shoes, in ran. Jiussia, ('all', Vici Kid and Patent kid.' (Jim Metal Talf, Velour Calf, liotli batton and iaee models; (Jt)odyear welts. Cuban, military and medium 11 ! 1 1 cuts. A clean-up of wonder values; e per Jrasr Women's Felfc Slippers $ 1 0 1 9 Moccasin style, heavy padded soles, silk ribbon trimmed, in (I revs, Tans, Drowns, Cardinal. Tlelio, Oxford Puriile and (loltlen; a slipper regularly retailing at -f 1.50: all sizes. Extra Special Price $ 1 1 t3 N Ptifoond & Bra Phoenixrnmsffli 201 ?29 fast Mioi they will not be here for the rest of the season. Today will see the first matinee of the season at 2:30 o'clock. The same souvenir spoon arrangement will obtain and it is expec ted that the ladies w ill take advantage of the chance to see the excellent company in the last, but one performance of "The Bishop's Carriage." The prices for the matinee will be ten and twenty cents and today there will be no seats re served, although it is the intention of Mr. Redmond to provide reserved seats even for the matinees in the near future. Hire a little salesman at The Re- nuhlican office. A Want Ad. will see more customers than you can. AMUSEMENTS T Columbia. Duplicating the success of their aus picious opening with a second splendid house, the Redmond company pleased w itn the "Bishop's Carriage." last night and incidentally made a tot more sure fire patrons for the Columbia. This stock seems to have comeju.st at the right moment and if they continue, to serve the sort of shows they opened with there is no reason to believe that Perils of Pauline at Lion. "I wish we could have as good pro- j grams all the time, as we have teniae, said Manager Leecraft of the Lion the ater, "for the program today contains The Perils of Pauline' and in this epi- I socle Pauline goes down in a submur- i ine and is shot out of a torpedo tube, ! w hich is certainly some feat. A j Broncho two-reel film called "The End j of the Galley," is also a very interest- j ing ipcture and then comes a comedy ! called "Winsome Winnie." featuring the beautiful Margarita Fischer and j its a number that w ill be greatly en- joyed The closer of the program is another of those Bill, the Office Boy j Stoies, called "Hill Spoils a Vacation," ; and Fay Tincher lakes the pat of the ' stenographer as usual. It's pretty hard to beat this show at the l.ion today. ; ters of English history, will step forth on the screen tonight at the Empress to show what ihe actor of his day could do. No dramnic story of all times has ever given as much delight to patrons of the theater as the tale of David Garrick and his cure of the. daughter of a country squire, who was stage struck. This splendid master piece would, in itself, be a card at most houses, but not content with that Man ager i I'Grady of the Empress wilk of fer with it, "In Front of the Footlights," recently released, and a picture that startled New York on the occasion of its presentation by the daring of its theme. This double program will be the offeing tonight and tomorrow niRht. The Regale Six excellent reels will constitute the offering today at the Regale the ater, ilO-212 East Washington street. The second presentation of the sev enth installment of "The Trey O' Hearts." will be given today and it will please iiatrons just as much as it did yesterday. There will be a two-reel Powers drama. "A Modern Melnotte." a Frontier drama, "When Death Rode the Engine," and a Joker comedy. "For the Hand of Jane." Altogether this promises to be cine of the best bills shown by the Regale in some time. Empress. David Garrick. greatest actor of his time and one of the celebrated charao- The Virginian., That Dustin Farnum in his inter j pretation of the "Virginian" would draw a record house was expected as soon as it was known that the splen did picture ss to be shown at the Arizona theater, but for the attendance lo keep well up as well for the second house as it did last night was not ex pected. This shows the wonderful popularity of the red blood' story of the west. The pictures themselves are excep tionally good, clear, well sccned, well costumed that is as far as the cor rectness is concerned it is not to be expected that "The Virginian" will car ry any gorgeous costuming. The w hole atmosphere is compelling and takes the onlooker back to the well written pages of the splendid novel of Owen Wister. It will be Ihe attraction again tonight. Th Plaza. Manager Caveness has added an ad ditii nal feature for his house for the last four days of this week. Thursday. Friday. Saturday and Sunday, which will be given from the stage of the Plaza theater. Prof. Victor, who has an international reputation as a magi cian, will be the attraction and he has a line of tricks that are among the best on the stage. In addition to this his rnagic is all to the good. He promises to change his programevery evening, so that lovers of that sort of work will see something new each evening. This will lie given in addition to the regular program of six reels. The pro gram for tonight includes the great Kalem Alice Joyce feature picture. "The Hand Print Mystery." a perfectly entrancing story. No Question What It's Made of The ingredients are plainly stated on every tin of INSTANT POSTUM and also in the advertising. Choice whole wheat is separated into Icriiel and outer coat combined' 'with a small amount of vvhclesoiuc niolassts, roasted separately and skilfully blended to give Postum a delicious, snappy flavor similar to high-grade Java- cof fee. 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