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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, AIOXDATMORNING, - DECEMBER '28, 191 1
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OUR
examinations
tell
the trouble ,
Our Glasses correct it
Northrup Optical Co.
', Successor to
SWIGERT BROS.
9 East Adams St.
Prescription lenses ground in qui
own shop
Garden City Restaurant
New- Lpcatioa,
21-23 East Adams St.
5 gals. Zerolcne $2.85
5 gals. Vacuum Mobile Oils.. $3.50
6 pounds Arctic Cup Grease.: .85
and Only Tied Crown Gasoline.
PHOENIX OIL CO.,
1'hone 1330
221 W. Jeff. St.
BENNETT LUMBER
COMPANY
Everything in Lumber
MACHINERY
Machinery of all kinds built, re
built or repaired. Best equipped
shop In rtate. Only expert me
chanic. Work mm ran I red.
O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO.
325-328-330 N. Centre!
Painting, Pa per Hanging
CAVILEER A CO..
108 E. Adams St.
Phone 1829
Quick, Prompt ,
Motorcycle 1 i
Delivery,. .: f
We
Deliver
the Goods
Central
Pharmacy
W. R. Wayland, Mgr.
Goodrich Block.
Phone 591 anytime from 7:30 a.
m. to 10; 30 p. m.
Lodg e Notice
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Phoenix Lodge, . Ne
708; Meetings ever
Tuesday, Moose home
28 S. Center. Visit
ing brothers Invited.
George N. MacBean.
Dictator! Walter R
v Van Tyne. Secretary
THE
REX ALL
STORE
j IS PHOENIX
. IS THE:
A.tt.niuctw
MOToecvcit otuvcrr- mwiiwi
;did fou ever try
; ' buying at
THE S. 4 R. VARIETY STORE
if not come,' in Our prices are
righL 112 N, Central , Avenue. ,
REDEW1LL MUSIC CO.
Established In 1881 .
224 West Washington . St.
INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED
Pianos Rebuilt and Refinished
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POST CARDS
5 Cents Dozen
BALKE'S
Big Curio Store
Closing-Out Sale
Of Local Interest
LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
tf a. m. 6 p. m.
Temperature, degrees -18 4S
Sensible temperature .....44 47
Humidity pci tent 76 96
Wind direction K K
Wind velocity, miles 5 4
Rainfall 0 .13
Weather
Clear Lt. rain
Highest temperature, 54.
Lowest temperature, 44.
.Mean relative humidity, S6.
Total rainfall. 13. -Deficiency
in temperature yester
day, 1 degree.
Deficiency in temperature since
fit. st of month, 52 degrees. . . :
Accumulated excess in tempera
ture since January 1, 544 degrees.
Excess in rainfall yesterday, .11
inch.
Excess in rainfall since first of
month, 2.57 inches.
Accumulated excess in rainfall
since January 1, 1.18 inches.
ROBERT R. BRIGOS.
Section Director.:-
CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENT
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Love entertained on
Christmas. Covers were laid for fif
teen, s ' '
VISITORS FROM THE COAST Mr.
and Mrs. T. S. Love and daughter, Ma
deline of Los Angeles, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. C. T. Love.
UNDELIVERED TELEGRAM S
There are undelivered telegrams at
the Western Union telegraph office
for the following: Miss Helen J. Tuni
son. Mrs. J. L. Scott. Kred Anderson
and John M. Ware.
CONSERVATION CLUB An ad
dress, "The Lincoln Highway", by Miss
Lucy Terrill Elli.s will be the feature
of this afternoon's meeting of the
Phnenix Conservation club. The mcet
'ng will be regular one, and will lie
held at the Ellis Kindergarten, 42H
West Monroe street. It will open at
three o'clock.-
A SIGN OF DEPRESSION A Phoe
nix street railway conductor yesterday
morning declared all this talk about
returning prosperity to be all bunk,
whonji well known banker paid for his
fair with four pennies and a penny
slab of chewing gum. "We're just now
hitting bottom," observed the conduc
tor "when chewing gum gets to be le
gal tender."
A CHRISTMAS DINNER Mr. and
Mrs, (!. L. Powell entertained about
forty "relatives ynd friends on Xmas
davj Dinner was served out on the
lawn to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cross. Mr.
and Mrs. Mosier. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Kohl. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kc"il, Dr.
and Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Ida Varney, Mrs.
Lena Varney. Mrs. Lelia Raney. Misses
Annie May Shamblin, Winifred Waters,
Alice Mosier, Crave Kohl, Nelda
Thompson, Bessie and Minnie Cross,
Mela Varney, Avis Varney. Leafy, Dor
othy and Vera Dowell: Messrs How
ard Mories, Floyd Mosier, Earl Hixon,
Robert Martin, Burtes Kohl, Donell
Kohl, Thomas'and Russell Cross, Clau
dis Powell. Ora Varney and Fred Al
len. NEWS BOYS NIGHT AT
THE BEGALE THEATRE
The Newsboy's club will be enter
tained at the Regale theatre tonight,
Manager Davis having opened his
house to them. He will follow this
practice every Monday, and turn his
whole show over to the young ven
ders of papers.
What will constitute the program
for the occasion is not known as the
water condition has delayed the ship
ment of reels for the Universal pro
gram, but some reels will come un
doubtedly by way of the Sunta Fe,
and a splendid program is assured.
In this connection a newsboys bene
fit is being arranged for at the Co
lumbia for Thursday. Manager Rick
ards has turned over the Columbia
for a vaudeville program in which
five acts will be served. The Red
mond company will deliver one of the
vaudeille' numbers.
AMERICA IS GREATEST
SPECTACLE PRODUCED
When the Hippodrome theutcr at
New York put on the gigantic spectacle
"America" some time back, it was at
once agreed to be the most pretentious
thing in the line that had ever been
staged. Thousands of men and women
were used in its production and some
of the scenes are of the utmost gor
geousness. Six, reels are necessary to reproduce
this spectacle for the benefit of the
lovers of moving pictures. These reels
have been secured by Manager Harry
nace of the Arizona theater and will be
shown again tonight. They were
shown last night to crowded houses in
spite of the fact that the rain began
again to fall just after sundown.
It is expected that another great au
dience will greet the picture again to
night when the time comes for lt to be
shown.
GUNS for rent. Pinney & Robln
aon. Advertisement
SOCIAL REGISTERS on sale at
Berryhill's and the Miller-Sterling
Company." Price $1.00. (Advertise
ment.) ' tf
TENNIS GOODS. rinney Robin
son. Advertisement,
TO ADVERTISERS!
All display advertising copy
frff The Republican must be in
otir office by six p. m. preceding j
morning of publication. This is
not an arbitrary rule, but one
essential to the Intelligent con-
duct of our business, and one in
justice to the employees, rcsponsi j
hie for getting out the entire j
edition of The Republican on time
each morning.
ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. j
QUEEN ESTER CANTATA
INDEFINITELY POSTPONED
"Off again, on again, gone again,
Flanagan" is the best explanation
of the combination of bad weather
and the Queen Esther cantata for it
has again been postponed. This time
indefinitely. In order that there
would be no possibility of error in
the rendition of the excellent compi
lation, Mrs. R. M. Tafel, directress of
the chorus called a rehearsal for this
evening at the high school and the
intention was to render the music
tomorrow evening as one of the feat
ures of the entertainment of the
State Teachers association, but the
possibility of another stormy 'evening.
and the bad condition of the streets
especially the crossings." suggested
the idea of a further postponement of
the event. Last evening Mrs. Tafel
announced that until the weather
cleared up definitely and the streets
are dried up no attempt will be made
to render the cantata. It is promised
however' that the piece will be given
when the weather and the streets
are in their usual shape.
PICTURES OF DAM GIVE
TY TO
Handsome enlarged photographs of
the Roosevelt dam are being placed
in clubs, libraries and school build
ings by the Phoenix board of trade,
in pursuance of the scheme of wide
spread picture-publicity for the Salt
rivei irrigation system. In a report
distribution. the Wisconsin state
normal school received one of the big
prints, and President W. J. Suther
land of that institution writes his ap
pieciation of the gift.
"The photograph is highly appre
ciated here." he says, "we are hang
ing it in the school library."
The picture was made by James
MeCulioeh. the well known Phoenix
photographer.
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ANOTHER IN SENDS
(Continued from F;iRe One)
by nightfall, but it was much heavier
all around the city. Mesa reported a
right smart shower lasting almost the
entire afternoon.
Notice of heavy rains and snows is
expected this morning when the corre
spondents of.th weather office get
busy. In a forecast, made Saturday,
Section Director Briggs foretold un
settled conditions for Arizona with
probable rain over the entire state. He
explained the recent belt of rain storms
as follows: '
"Storms have been developing some
where Out in: the Pacific ocean, and
sweeping along the - regular course,
from San Diego "to the mouth of the
St. Liwii Owing to the fact that
we have'.-no : weather observatories in
the ocean, we have not been able' to
forecast all these storms. Another con
dition entered, to prevent us getting a
line on the- weather, and that was the
unusual behavior of the high pressure
areas in Jhe North ami Central Rocky
Mounta in. region. It was due to these
"highs" that -the rains lingered so long
in Arizona. Under ordinary circum
stances, storms of the sort would have
swept rapidly on their appointed
course, probably giving slight rains to
this country. , Every day or so, wc
have noted a storm, come creeping out
of the ocean, striking land along about
the Lower California peninsula. One
of these storms raced the entire width
of the continent in twenty-four hours.
This Is the-one -which was diverted
from it course by contrary weather in
New England, and instead of proceed
ing, as the others did, to the St. Law
rence region, was discovered centered
about Florida the next day.
"I is impossible to say just how
long the rainy period will continue. All
that we have had to base predictions
on, has been-overthrown by the odd
conditions of the past two weeks. Or
dinarily, no storm, or series of storms,
would hang on so long as this one. But
when they come, one right after an
other, it is hard to tell how long they
will keep it up."
ESPEE TRAINS
(Continued Prom Page One)
it is not even known precisely when a
train will be made up from Phoenix for
eastern points. Mail will continue to
go via the Santa Fe, until the regular
service can be resumed to the south.
The Mail Rush
On the trains which will arrive some
time this moining, are from two to
three hundred sacks of mail and parcels
for Phoenix.. This is the pile that has
collected in Tucson for the past three
days, and represents a great deal of
Christmas mail from the east. In order
to hagdle the extra matter. Postmaster
C. B. Wood is holding an extra force of
men in reserve; As soon as the pouch
fs are delivered at the post office, a
set of clerks will be turned loose on
them. As rapidly as possible, this mail
wilt tie' separated and delivered. In
this way, the post office people hope to
relieve the congestion almost ns soon
as it occurs, and to give to the waiting
Phoenicians the mail they have been
expecting for the last three days.
Save $4.00 on The Arizona Rc-
publican subscription for $1915.
Five dollars will pay for the full
year, including Phoenix' only Sun-
day newspaper. Seven days instead
of six. This great bargain offer is
made but once each year. There-
after 75 cents per month only will
again be accepted. Offer not good
after January 9th. I
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VARSITY FOOTBALL
IS STILL POPULAR
CAMBRIDGE, Eng., Dec. 27. Al
though there probably will be no of-
ficial college sports at either Oxford i
or Cambridge until after the war,
the men in college still find time for
a certain amount of athletic amuse
ment, particularly at football, soccer,
golf and boxing. There is scarcely
any rowing, although the coaches are
giving a little preliminary training to
some of the veterans.
Rugby football has been given a
sort of official sanction at Cambridge
through the presentation of a cup
which is being competed for by teams
from the four companies of the uni
versity military training corps. At
Oxford there have been several foot
ball matches between scrub varsity
teams and teams from some of the
nearby public schools.
Soccer football is a favorite with
the military men, who consider it a
valuable building-up exercise for the
varsity recruits. Matches are fre
quently played at both Oxford 'and
Cambridge, although there will he no
matches between the two universities.
The Oxford freshmen's lawn tennis
singles and the Oxford handicap ten
nis tournament have been decided,
with "overseas" players taking all
the honors. The freshmen's singles
were won by Hopkins, an Australian,
with Clayson. an American, as the
runner-up. The handicap tournament
went to Rissik, a South African.
BRITISH PRESS NOT
(Continued from Page One)
llshed a pointed protest recently A
censorship is a wholly new experience
for English newspapers. They have
quickly adjusted themselves to the pos
sibilities of defying it in the spirit
while observing it in the letter. The
Daily News and Leader did not men
tion the Audacious, but it said and ev
eryone understood its meaning.
"Rumors of an event of very great
importance to the British public have
been circulating for j very long time
past now In this country. Very full
accounts of the event in question have
now been published in the Swedish, the
Dutch, the American and finally the
German papers. There is scarcely an
important public In the world, that is
to sav, which has not now received a
full report of the alleged occurrence,
except that one which Is most directly
affected by it.
"The truth or falsehood of the reports
is a matter on which judgment may,
and indeed for the moment must, be
suspended. It is intelligible that the
authorities may have good reasons for
delaying the publication of news, favor
able or otherwise, until a time when in
their judgment its publication will be
most effective or least prejudicial to
the public interests. The sincere study
and understanding of national psychol
ogy may be of important assistance in
a struggle .such as that wc are now-
waging. Hut it is surely a pnycnoiogi
cal blunder of the first order to conceal
from the British public news, which
good oi bad. is the common priEpcrty
of their neighbors."
The Times dwells editorially upon
the same matter, saying:
"Our office is littered with German
newspapers containing new-s we are
forbidden to publish. We have also
many American newspapers containing
the same news, which was further sent
broadcast in the German wireless mes
sages. The present position, therefore,
is that the whole world Is acquainted
with news this country is not permttted
to know: and the ridiculous feature of
the situation is that very large num
bers of individuals in these islands
know it quite well."
R. B. BERRYHILL
(Continued From Paga One) .
in all its details. He usually sfpent
his stimmrs on the coast and there
he kept his finger on the pulse of
the Berryhill company.
Mr. Berryhill was educated at
Iowa City and was a member of the
Sigma Chi fraternity. He was a
most lovable character. Under the
handicap of a most painful illness
from which he knew he could not
recover, looking forward only to
hours, days or years of pain, he
vus always courteous and cheerful.
Mr. Berryhill was a Mason.
It was stated last night by an
associate of Mr. Berryhill that the
business of the company would be
continued without change.
I AMUSEMENTS
,
The Lamara
Francis X. Bushman appears nt the
Lamara theater today in "The Private
Officer", a picturization of a story ap
pearing in Munsey's magazine recently.
A double exposure, that is the appear
ance of Mr. Bushman in two roles si
multaneously, in this case the hero and
the villain ndds greatly to the inteest
of the picture. The picture is one of
the best that has been shown by the
Essanay people and is away ahead of
"One Wonderful Night" which was the
most popular leading man prize picture
in which Mr. Bushman appeared here
recently. There are other good pic
tures on the program. .
Help Yourself and Help
the Valley; Drag the Roads!
"GOING UP"
Edwin
Clapp
Shoes
The
very
best you
can buy for the
money. An excellent
selection of the lat
est shades.
McDougall
and Cassou
32 W. Washington
Don't
Overlook
a Good
Chance
Wc remind you that our
line of
NEW YEARS GIFTS
ami Greetings are com
plete. Xow's your chance.
Get even at 25 off on
all presents.
Elvey & Hulett
QUALITY DRUGGISTS
N.W. Cor. Adams and
First Ave.
O'Neill 131dg., Phoenix.
Phones 411 and 441
H. A. DIEHL
SHOE CO.
The
Home of
Laird, Schober
Shoes for
Women
NETTLETON'S
For Men
ZEPPELINS PREPARE
TO ATTACK BRITAIN
liiviKtX lice. 27. A corresnondent
of the Turin Stampa who claims to
have had access to the Zeppelin sheds
at Friedrichshaven 'says tnat etgnteen
c...nr7.ennelins . will take iart' in 'an
attack on Britain and its fleet in the
spring.
Th.. enrresoondent savs that every
three weeks an airship leaves the
works for a secret destination.
STATE TEACHERS IN
(Continued Prom Paw One)
this year is expected to be fully up
to last years mars.
In addition to the teachers from
manv sections, who are now enjoy
lnsr the annual holiday vacation, a
large contingent of students and- in
structors from the Tempe Normal
school are expected to attend the
sessions. Features of the meeting this
vrar will be the discussions of je
irahln changes in the existing school
laws, and other questions relating to
legislation. The meetings will be
held in the new Monroe school,, which
beside beins 'he finest grade school
in the southwest, is admirably ndnp
ted for just such a gathering,
Are You
Up Your
Many people start an account, and let it go
at that. It's a good thine: to make that
start at the Citizens State Bank, hut unless
you keep it up, it will make no more
abiding impression upon your success than
a shadow on a lield of corn.
4 per cent on Time Deposits.
Citizens State Bank
Phoenix, Arizona
Era
W. S. Goldsworthy,
Gen. Agent.
'Phone
17 Years in Business
For Standard Groceries
At Reasonable Prices
See or Phone 1508 ; k
FRANK GRIEBEL
218 West Washington St.
S'H'O'E'S
and Hosiery That's all
Harry A. Drachman
Shoe Co.
22 West Adams St.
SALT RIVER VALLEY MOUN
MENTAL WORK8
V. E. Lindsay, Prop.
409 AVest Washington St.
Arizona granite as well as all
other granite used.
Phone 1323 for prices
ri-i.Miiri.i'n-ifj:4
Phoenix
Saving!
Bank &
Trust Co.
MANAGER O'GRADY GETS
PLUM TREE PICTURES
, The attraction at the Empress thea
ter for tonight is one of the greatest
three reel pictures that has ever been
produced. It is a picturization of David
Graham Phillips great novel "The Plum
Tree" and is in three parts. The star
actor of the engagement is Francis X.
Eushman, the most popular leading
man in the United -States.
In the c,ourse of the action of the
piece, the spectator is taken into every
quarter of the United States beginning
at New York and ending in Mexico.
The picture takes its name from an
'Old Plum Tree' under which the hero
and the heroine plighted" their love in
the days before trouble overtook them.
Miss Beverly Bayne, who'ls a beauti
ful foil to the handsome leading man
appears in the part of the heroine of
the play in her usual sweet attractive
and capable way.
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Start the New Year
With a savings account so as to he prepared for
emergencies in a bank that has served the public
faithfully foi-33 YEARS.
The National Bank of Arizona
OLD P.ELIABLF."
Keeping
Account?
Opening
San Diego Exposition
New Year's Eve
At midnight, December 31, the first stroke
of twelve will announce the Grand Open
ing of the Panama-California Exposition,
San Diego.
Then the 1913 revelry will commence, and
the achievement of a gorgeous Imposition
of exquisite (lowers, of architectural beauty,
and of spectacular productions, will be cel
ebrated amidst splendor, gaiety, ait, music.
The Santa Fe is the only line to both
Exposition Cities.
NEW YEAR EXCURSIONS.
Low round-trip fares between all
stations on Santa Fe
Tickets on sale:
Dec. 21, 22, 23, 24, 23, 2S, 2'.1, 30, 31, 1914
and Jan. 1, IM3.
Return limit, January 4, 1313.
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Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair
Dressing; Expert cniroporisis, an
foot troubles removed. Moles and
warts removed by electricity.
SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY
Phone 1704 J
39 East Adams Street
AMERICAN KITCHEN
I Regular Meals, 35 Cents,
i Short Orders All Night.
33 North Center, Phoenix.
Yee Sing, Proprietor.
SPECIAL PRICE
On wood and coal for September
only
PHOENIX WOOD 4 COAL CO
8. Third Avenue and Jackson
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' Cotton Growers, Attention Buy
your cotton field machinery a(
KUNZ BROS. & MESSINGER
and save money. Let us show
1 you.
Enlarging, Copying, Kodak Fin
ishing
PHOTO CRAFT SHOP
1 CACTUS WAY
"W photograph anything, any
time, any place."
E. S. WAKELIN
GROCER CO.
WHOLESALE
California Restaurant
Under new management.
Give us a trial!
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