TILE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7, 1915
Our Glasses correct it.
Northrup Optical Co.
9 East Adams St.
Prescription lenses ground in our
Garden City Restaurant
21-23 East Adams St.
SALT RIVER VALLEY MOUN
V. E. Lindsay, Prop.
409 West Washington St.
Arizona granite as well as all
other granite used.
Phone 1323 for prices
Everything in Lumber
Machinery of all kinds built, re
built or repaired. Best equipped
shop In rtate. Only expert me
chanics." Work guaranteed.
O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO.
326-328-330 N. Central
? llMrii'il ' ilnif lif itlMl'l
Of Local Interest
Water service report
for Jan. Gfi.
Ehvationof water in reservoir,
feet . . 130.00
Conlents of reservoir, acre ft. .403,415
Loss in preceding 24 hours, acre
Klevation of ' -water one year
ago today 11 4. S3
Contents of reservoir one year
of Salt and Verde
Granite Reef dam.
flow i,f water for lands
of water used for irri-
north side. M. I none
of water used for irri-
LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
6 a.m. 0 p.m.
.. . 42 57
Tern pera t u re. d cgrees
Sensible temperature 3N
Humidity per cent 6x 23
Wind direction K K
Wind velocity, miles s 3
Rainfall 0 (i
Weather Clear Clear
Highest temperature 60
Lowest temperature 40
Mean relative humidity 4J
Total rainfall 0
Excess in temperature yesterday, 1
Excess in temperature since first of
month, 2s degrees.
They are always
Just as careful atl
ntion will be
W. R.; Way land, Mgr.
l'hoiin r.!'l anytime from 7:30
will meet Friday,
As it is to be
a large attend -
WOOD AND COAL
Phoenix Wood and Coal
So. 3rd and Jackson St.
ORDER OF MOOSE
Phoenix Lodge, Ne.
708; Meetings every
Tuesday, Moose home
28 S. Center. Visit
ing brothers Invited
George N. MacBean,
Dictator; Walter R
VaD Tync Secretary.
REDEWILL MUSIC CO.
Established in 1581
224 West Washington St.
Pianos Rebuilt and Rcfinished
liuxnll Cream of Almonds because
it is .soothing, cooling, cleansing.
Clearing the skin and helping to
make it smooth, satiny, healthily-beautiful.
Just the tiling
to keep the skin
Ilk 1iVVB IJVe
DOWN FROM WILLIAMS Dr. A.
'. Uounsville, proprietor of the Wil
liams Drug company, is in proenix
this week on business.
MARLAR IN TODAY Win. Marlar
of Flagstaff, representative-elect iron)
Coconino county, will reach the city
totlay for the coming session ,,f the
McKINLEY PARENT TEACHERS
The McKinlcy Parent Teachers' associ
ation will meet this afternoon at 3:30
o'eiock. All members of the organiza
tion are urged to attend.
NEW NOTARIES Notorial ran
missions were issued yesterday -it
the office of the secretary of stare
to -Mis. A. H. McDonald, of Tucson,
and Fred L. IngraJinm, of Yuma.
MARRIAGE LICENSES Marriage
licenses were issued yesterday to
ltobcrt C. Richardson and Gelette
George of Maricopa county, J. M.
Brunette Flora .Martinez of Santa Fe,
NEW REAL ESTATE OFFICE
Jos. Johnston, formerly with the
Southwestern Building and Invest
ment company, will open a real es
tate office in the near future at .'10
North Second avenue.
A DOG FOR CHILDREN There is
a small black dog with tan points
that would be a good companion for
a little boy and the dog needs a
home. He may be found at 1 ' 1 3 West
Jefferson street. -. -
PRESBYTERIAN MOTHERS' LEA
GUE The Mothers' League of the
p. m, at 3 o'clock,
election of officers,
a nee is desired.
FALSE ALARM The fire depart
ment was called late yesterday aftei -noon
to Ninth and Washington
streets, where a fire was supposed
to be in progress. The firemen wie
enable to locate anything that re
sembled a, fire.
. TO LOCATE HERE Albert Lcbseh
a well known business man of Wil
liams, has removed to this city and
has purchased a neat bungalow o-i
Grant avenue, through Jos. Johnston.
Mr. Lebsch took possession of his
new home this week.
REPORT TO SOLONS The first
printed copies of, the report of the
state tax commission to the gover
nor and the- legislature came fro.n
the press late yesterday afternoon, i
and were sent out at or.ee to the
members-elect of the legislature
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURE
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
of this city has anooneed a free
public lecture on Christian SeiencA
to be given at the Arizona School
of Music, Thrsday evening, Jan. 11.
The speaker will be Clearence W.
Chad wick, C. S. B.. of Omaha. Neb.,
a member of the board of lecture
ship of the Mother Church. The First
Church of Christ, Scientist, of Bos
ton. Mass. The public is cordially
invited to attend.
SEEKING HOMES Probation Of
ficer W. J. Osborn desires announce
ment to again be made that he is
seeking a home for an American boy,
,13 years old, where he may assist in
tltec hores and attend school. Hp is
also seeking to place a 17-year-old
American girl in a good home where
she will receive reasonable compensa
tion for general housework. Further
information can be secuied from Mr.
Osborn by calling 92 and asking for
CREIGHTON PARENT TEACHERS'
The regular monthly meeting of
Creighton Parent Teacher's association,
will be held at the school house on
Friday, January 8, at 2:30 p. m. In
response to roll call members are ask
ed to give a New s Years, quotation.
Following the program there will be
a social hour, and members are in
vited to bring their sewing. At the
December meeting it was voted that
instead of serving refreshments, the
hostess would make a donation to a
AND NOW CARTER Manager
Carter of the Boston Store proba
bly won't do much managing today,
for early this morning a hale an 1
hearty boy arrived at the Carter
home and hung up his hat. He an
nounced he had come to stay and
that hereafter he intended to be the
head of the family. Papa Carter
was the happiest man In Phoenix
when he learned of the boy's arrival
and knew-that the mother was do
There are undelivered telegrams at the
Western t'nion Telegraph offices for
the following: Mr. Proctor, Monroe
Constn Co., Harry Goldberg and Henry
EASTERN STAR MEETING The
auxiliary Phoenix Chapter No. 3. O. E.
S. will meet in the Masonic hall this
afternoon from 2 to 5 p. ni. All mem
bers and visiting Stars are invited to
MINERS HERE I.. S. Gates of Buy
and B. K. (iottsberge'r, prominent min
ing men are in the city to attend a
meeting of the tax committee of the
Arizona chapter of the American Min
NEWCOMERS' DAY MEETING
There will be a meeting this afternoon
of the Newcomers' day committee. It
has been called at the board of trade
by Chairman B. E. Marks. The plan is
for a general get together of all new
comers to the valley on February 13
the day after Admission day.
C. W. B. M. MEETING There will
be a meeting ot the Christian Women's
Hoard of Missions at the church par
lors, corner of First avenue and Mon
roe Friday at two-thirty. After the
regular meeting, there will be memor
ial services for the late Mrs. M. C.
PYTHIAN INSTALLATION Newly
elected officers of Phoenix Lodge, No.
2. Knights of Pythias, will lie installed
tomorrow evening at public exercises.
Everybody interested in the work of
the Pythians cordially invited. There
will be a pleasing program and a good
time generally is promised all who at
tend. NEW RESTAURANT D. I!. Kelley,
after having sold his Second avenue
restaurant, and departed from Phoenix,
has returned to this city, to open a new
place at 126 North First street. Mr.
Kelley went through several counties
in California, seeking a liver town than
Phoenix, and the fact that he finally
returned here to reengage in business,
proves that he has found Arizona's
capital the best of all.
HARRISON WILLIAMS HAPPY
Deputy Sheriff Harrison Williams yes
terday explained the broad smile he
has been wearing since New Years' eve
by announcing that a nine pound boy
had arrived at his house Just in time
to add the noise of his lusty lungs to
the din of welcoming the advent of
1915. Harrison already threatens to
arrest the youngster for violations of
the speed limits. Mrs. Williams and
the baby are.doing nicely. The father
is recovering but likely will never look
REPAIRING STREETS The agita
tion i-gainst the deplorable condition
of the streets at several of the down
town intersections has resulted in
the street railway company placing : t
work a ' force of men making the
necessary repairs. I'nder the terms
of its franchise the Phoenix Railway
company is required to. keep the
pavement with two feet of the edrTe
of the outside rails and all the space
between the rails in good condition.
Particularly at Center and Washing--ton
streets. First and Adams streets,
and Adams and Second avenue, t'n?
pavement has broken away from the
laibi, leaving deep ruts and dancer -ous
depressions. Manager Mitchell of
the street railway company will en
deavor to correct these defects.
ASSOCIATION IS NOT
FOR FANCfERS ALONE
Organization Has Broad Scope
Serretary H. G. powers of the Ari
zona State Poultry association in in
interview states tht "there is an er
roneous impression prevailing: re
jsanJinx The purpose of the Arizona
State Poultry association. Some peo
ple seem to oe under the impression."
ays Mr. Powers, ''that the associa
tion is for the benefit of the breed
ers of fancy poultry, but such in
not the case. At each of our three
annual shows one of the features
has been the exhibits f commercial
es;j;s, and it is the intention to intro
duce a resolution at the annual meet
in,? to bt held at the Hoard of Trad.
next Sat unlay to make a law re
garding old storage more stringent."
it is manifestly unfair to the pr.t
t'cer who is running' a commercial
egg farm, or to the farmer who keeps
poultry as a side line, to have to
sell bis fre.h eggs in the winter
season in competition wilh the es
from Kansas and M issouri, which
have been kept in fold storage. It
y, of course, legal and perfectly risht
for dealers to handle these esgs, but
it is only fair to the consumer as
well as to the producer of fresh Hg-
that cold storage products of all
kinds should be labeled in such I
mariner that the consumer will know
what lie is buying1.
Several states have laws requiring
restaurants and hotels using cold
storage products to display a placard
in their dining rooms stating th;l
cold storage pioducts are used. Th
association will make a strong ef
fort to have satisfactory laws passed
which will benefit the poultry keeper
who is making his money from eggs
rather than fancy poultry.
The regidar monthly meetings
throughout the year will he largelv
experience meetings, and will benefit
the practical farmer who has poul
try as a side line quite as .much as
the regular poultry breeder who is
making a specialty of breeding birds
for the show room.
It is " important that every one
w ho is in t erest ed in making po 1 1 1 1 ry
profitable should attend the annual
CAUGHT IN THE ACT
OF ROBBING STORE
Gl'XS for rent. Pinney & Robin
If the Sun Shines, Drag
Roberto Iloholine. a young .Mexican
of Glendale, was arrested and brought
to the county jail vesterdav. charged
villi file burglary of the Englhard
store in that place.
Early .''esterday morning officers
passing the store discovered the lad
in the act of helping himself to tin
store contents, lie was apprehended,
and when brought before the justice
of the peace, confessed to having
robbed the same store twice before,
securing $jn in cash at one time and
$21 the second.
He was held to answer to the supe
The semi-annual installation of of
ficers of Phoenix lodge ,. 2, I. . .
F. took place Tuesday night in th"
lodge rooms. The officers installed
were Past Master Ciaiul I,. Kidd.
N'oble Crand Herbert V. Clark, Vice
tirand C -R. Bernetzke. Secretary .
A. Morford, Treasurer C. S. Scot:.
Appointed officers installed
Right Supporter to the Noble
(!. K. ilintz. Left Supporter
KI"ane, Right S. Supporter
Krown. Left S. Supporter W.
On u id
pier, Conductor C. S. Williams. War
den V. V!. flood win. Right Supporter
of the Vice Craml 10. L. .Mahles, Left
Supporter i W. Wagley. Inside linar
dian '. S. Fait, mtsiiie Cuardian
F. . Johnson. Chaplain J. J. F.lweil.
The newly elected' trustee is li t
After the installation a banquet
was served by the New Palace Cafe
teria, after which cigars were en
joyed at the expense of the newly
(Continued From Page One)
Mr. Iloustegen. who has lived in
America for ten years, and in this
valley for five years, decided to come
to this country. They had wanted
to-see America and now seemed a
good time. They were safe in
Luxemburg, a neMtral country, for
the present. It had so far escaped
the lavages of war. But what if the
Germans should be beaten back of
that awful battle line. There wis
never a better time to come to Am
erica, and so -Anna "and Margaret
Haustegen came, bringing with them
little George Bernard, anil a more
beautiful child never crossed the
ocean. His invalid father could not
brave the trip and his mother stayed
in Luxemburg to care for hiin. Half
the people who have seen George
Bernard wanted to adopt" him. Any
body would want to adopt liim, but
he is not subject to adoption.
Little George has heard a good
deal of the war. He has heard the
big guns. He . has seen the Belgian
soldiers marching to death. He has
heard of file Germans and has seen
pictures (ir them., and when he
their guns he says sorrowfuliy
stole them from the Belgians.
UPPER ALSACE SCENE
(Continued from Page One.)
been kept a secret
from the people
Turks Meet Slavs.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Jan. S "Two
Turkish cruisers were in action yes
terdaV in the Black - sea against a
Russian fleet of seventeen units" says
an official communication. "Despite
the Russians' numerical superiority
our ships were not damaged."
TENNIS GOODS. Pinney & Robin
MOOSE BENEFIT Cntil noon to
day members tff the Moose lodge will
continue the sale of tickets for to
night's production of "C.inieo Kirov''
at the Columbia theater. Already
over three hundred of the four hun
dred tickets allotted to the Moose
lodge have been sold, and no effort
will be spared today to dispose of
the remainedr. The show .is well
worth while and members and friends
of the .Moose lodge who attend are
sure to get their monev s worth.
EXPRESSION OF APPRECIATION
We would take this occaIon to ex
press our appreciation of the sym
pathy manifested toward us in our
affliction, in the death of our be.
loved sister. Kdna Lindstrom. We
would especially think the postoffioe
force and the Fraternal Brotherhood
for their floral offerings.
KM MA LINDSTROM AND FAMILY.
ORDINANCE NO. 32
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC
TION'S 6 and 13 OK ORDINANCE
NO. 461 OF THE COMMON COUN
CIL OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX.
PASSED BY THE COMMON COUN
CIL AND APPROVED BY THE
MAYOR ON THE 5th DAY OF MAY,
BE IT ORDAINED RY THE COM
MISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOE
NIX, as follows:
Sec. 1. That section B of Ordinance
No. 461 of the Common Council of the
City of Phoenix, passed by the Com
mon Council of the City of Phoenix and
approved by the Mayor on the nth day
of May, RI10. and being entitled "An
Ordinance creating the office of Inspec
tor of Electricity and providing for
electrical inspection," be. and the same
hereby is, amended as follows:
By substituting for the words "In
spector of Electricity," wherever the
same occur in said section, the words
'"City Inspector of Buildings": and by
substituting for the words, "and said
bond shall be approved by and filed
with the City Recorder." the following:
"And said bond, as to form and suf
ficiency shall meet the approval of, and
be approved by, the City Manager or
the City of Phoenix, and filed with the
City Clerk, and whenever, in the opin
ion of the said City Manager of the
City of Phoenix, any bond filed here
under shall be or become insufficient,
the said City Manager may require a
new and sufficient bond to be filed in
lieu thereof, and unless such new bond
is filed within twenty-four hours, after
demand made therefor by the City
Manager of the City of Phoenix, the
certificate of registration and the right
Where Are The
THE man has
rtefetl his now
ing Peg 'l ops, and
now his trousers are
known by the tight
ness thereof. Dame
Fashion, like Dame
Fortune loves ever
to give the wheel a
But a Knox is always
a Knox a hat you
can be sure of.
Sure of style, Knox
models are invar
iably correct and
Sure of quality,
every Knox is a line
example of material
WE ARE NOW IN OUR
And, although our retail department is stili unset
tled, our watch repairing and niamifaeturhig de
partments are now ready for your work, which we
guarantee to-be satisfactory-.
Hege & Co.
10 W. Washington St.
Successors toClaypool & Hege, 2l K Washington St .
Start the New Year with a
We are offering some extraordinary
fine hair finishes at the lowest pri'-e.
Now just come in and see that dif
ferent kind that we 'sell. They last
several years. Remember the Quality
Drug Store corner is always open.
Elvey & Hulett
Quality Druggists, Never Substitute.
Phones 411 and 441, Phoenix
Northwest corner Adams and 1st Ave.
Excursion to San Diego
opening of the
Panama Pacific Exposition
at San Diego
Special Ifound Trip Tickets
Jan. 3rd to Jan. 9th Inc.
Final Limit Returning
Good Via Either Colton
or Los Angeles
Through sleeper to Los Angeles
Leaving Phoenix dailv p. m.
Make your reservation by Phones,
ltili or 474.
Office Adams Hotel
Let me S3nd you FREE PERFUME
Write today fcr a testir-c bottle cf
ED. PIN AUD'S LILAC
The world's most famous perfume, every drop as sweet
as the living blossom. For handkerchief, atomizer and hath.
Fine alter shaving. All 1 he value is in the pcrlumr-you don't
pay extra for a fancy bottle. The quality is wonderful. The
rrie onlv Tc. (Sot). Send 4c. for the little bottle-enough
for 50 handkerchiefs. Write today.
PARFUMERIE ED. PINAUD, Department M.
ED. PINAUD BUILDING NEW YORK
me;tns more i-mfoitaMe w;ilkin
tomorrow and is . of more im-lort;im-e
than the style or prire
of your shoe.
(Mir r custom-fitting methods as
sure you perfect fitting shoes.
Vacuum Mohil Oil "B."
Vacuum Mohil Oil "E."
Vacuum Mobile Oil "Arctic."
DEMAND STANDARD BRANDS
Under new management, j
Give us a trial!
221 w. Jefferson st. Tel. 1330 ; j Calif ornia Restaurant
Phoenix Oil Co.
Zerolene Transmission "B. B."
Zerolene Cup Grease Medium.
Zerolene Engine Oil, 3 grades.
Calol Liquid Gloss.
Calol Castor Machine Oil.
Calol Gas Engine Oil.
Standard Gas Engine Oil.
Standard Keperator Oil.
Red Crown Gasoline.
Mobil Oil "A."
Regular Meals, 35 Cents.
Short Orders All Night.
33 North Center, Phoenix.
Yee Sine. Proprietor.
Have the paint specialists to
match your colors and mix your
paint while you wait. Tell us
your paint troubles, thereby save
vomr.elf time and money.
CAVILEER & CO.,
108 E. Adams. Phone 1829
Ours is the only store in
city operating the EOOTOC.ItAPlt.
H. A. Diehl Shoe Co.
8 W. Wa.hington St.
to do or transact any business by such
corporation, co-partnership, associa
tion oY individual shall be forthwith
suspended, and shall remain so sus
pended until such new -bond so re
quired by the City Manager shall have
been furnished, approved and filed."
Sec. 2. That section 13 of said Or
dinance No. 461 be. and the same here
by is. amended to read as follows:
''Every, conniratioii. copartiu-rship,
association anil individual, or agent
thereof, placing or installing electrical
wires, appliances, apparatus, construc
tion or equipment in, on or about any
buikling or other struetur,ju the City
of Phoenix shall, before certificate of
inspection as provided for in section 10
E. S. WAKELIN
HAIR GOODS FOR SALE
Todies' Toilet Parlor. Shampooing,
Manicuring and Facial Massage. Hair j
Dressing; Expert Chiroporists, all
toot troitbles removed. Moles and
warts removed by electricity. j
SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY j
39 East Adams Street
of said ordinance No. 4fil is issued by
the City Inspector of Buildings, pay to
the said City Inspector of Buildings, the
following fees, viz:
Eor each permit issued $ .73
For each outlet at which current
is controlled or issued
Electric signs. 6C0 watts or less 2.00
Each additional 6'0 watts or part
Window, outline, border, strip and
- foot lights under 18" spacing,
each. ' ' .03
For arc lamp complete, each, .23
For each and every electric fixture, .03
Chandeliers. 3 sockets or under, .03
ARIZONA BEST RIPE
Munger Bros. Co.
Dotton Growers, Attention Buy
your cotton field machinery at
KUNZ BROS. & MESSINGER
and save money. Let us show
(Continued on Page Nine.)
DATE--JAN. 18, 1915
S ' H " O ' E ' S
and Hosiery That's all.
Harry A. Drachman
22 West Adams St.
Been "Going Up" for 33 Years
in the estimation of the Salt liivei- Valley
The National Bank of Arizona
' OLD RELIABLE"
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