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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1915 OUR examinations tell the trouble Our Glasses correct it. Northrup Optical Co. j Successor to 7 SWIGERT BROS. 9 Eiist Adams St. Prescription lenses ground in our own shop Garden City Restaurant New Location 21-23 East Adams St. iVYiiVrVWVVVWVtfAAA SALT RIVER VALLEY MOUN MENTAL WORKS V. E. Lindsay, Prop. 409 West Washington St. Arizona granite as well as all other granite used. Phone ImL'S for prices BENNETT LUMBER COMPANY Everything in Lumber MACHINERY Machinery of ail kinds built, re built cr repaired. Best equipped shop In ptate. Only expert me chanics. Work guaranteed. O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO. QOc tio inn ki r BMMW Send Your Children Here to Trade Tlifv iirc iilwnys urlcoine and just as ciircfiil atu-Ption will be jrivon tht'ir wantf? unci the orders tln-y bring, us though you came yourself. Central Pharmacy W. R. Wayland, Mgr. Goodrich Block. f'hoiio 391 anytime from 7:30 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. Whose Tooth Brush Do You Use? Your own, of course. Well, why not work the same sys tem with the shaving brush? V,'hy patronize the barber, and, maybe, have to wait half an hour for your shave, when you can have a better, clean er, quicker shave at home? Use Johnson's Shaving Cream, a Rubberset Brush and a Gil lette Razor. You can buy them a'l at the 'AJtniUCIUc. HOTOOCVCII PEUVMY- IST.Wt. J,l WOOD AND COAL Phoenix Wood and Coal S). 3rd and Jackson fets. Phono 1235 Lodg a Hoticed LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Phoenix Lodge, Ne. 708; Meetings every Tuesday, Moose home IS S. Center. Visit ing brothers invited George N. MacBean. Dictator; Walter R Van Tyne. Secretary REDEWILL MUSIC CO. Established in 1881 224 West Washington St. INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED Pianos Rebuilt and Refinished r 1 Of Local Interest STORED WATER SUPPLY Water service repor lor Jan. 7: Elevation of water in reservoir, feet 150. IS Contents of reservoir, acre ft.4M7.01tl Gain preceding; 1'4 hours, acre f't i,r,23 Elevation of water one year ago today 114.95 Contents of reservoir one year ago today 172,343 Normal flow of Salt and Verde rivers at Granite Reef Dam, M. 1 4 7,900 Normal flow water lor lands up to year RIOT Amount of water used for irri gation, north side, M. 1 2,255 Amount of water used for irri gation, south side. M. 1 700 LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY t a. m. fi p. in. Temperature, degrees Sti 59 Sensible temperature 34 45 Humidity per cent . ... NO 30 Wind direction E SV Wind velocity, miles 4 3 Rainfall n 0 Weather Clear Clear Highest temperature 01 Lowest temperature 34 .Mean relative humidity 55 Total rainfall 0 Deficiency in temperature yester day, 1 degree. Excess in temperature since first of month. 27 degrees. Accumulated excess in tempera ture since January 1. 27 degrees. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .07 inch. Deficiency i rainfall since first of month. .23 inch. Accumulated deficiency in rainfall since January 1. .23 inch. Data for Tucson Highest temperature yesterday ...50 Rainfall yesterday 0 ROBERT R. RRIGGS, Section Director. COUNTRY CLUB TEA Mrs. Ver non Cook and Mrs. Roy E. Thomas will serve at the Country clule tea tomorrow afternoon. GUILD TEA POSTPONED The Guild of the Trinity Pro-Cathedral announces the ppostponement of its tea that was to have been held at the Parish house this afternoon one week. CHICKEN DINNER Today at C. M. E. church, corner Seventh and Jefferson streets, a chicken dinner will he given by the sisters to raise street improvement assessment. They will begin serving at 11:30 a. m. REHEARING ASKED The San'a l-'e Railroad company yesterday filed application with the corporation com- mission for a rehearing in the mat I ter of the i-rossing recently granted the town of Glendale on Lincoln street. MEMORIAL SERVICE Members of the Rerean class and their friends are asked to loin with the Christian Women's Hoard of Missions in mem orial service for Mrs. W. V. Warren at the church. Fifth avenue and Mon roe street. Friday 'afternoon at two thirty o'clock. DEATH OF MISS BURCH Miss Addie Rurch. aged 33. died night be fore last at the home of her brother and sister. Lee and lone Rurch. ilea' the Neighborhood house, in the vi cinity of the Roosevelt school. Miss Rurch had been a sufferer from tuberculosis for the past two years, ami came here from Pontiae. Mich., in search of health. RANCHER ARRESTED Mike Flynn, a rancher living about twelve miles southwest of town, was ar rested yesterdav charged with fail ing to send his children to school. I le was arraigned before-Justice of the I '-ace Johnstone. There being a lack of evidence his trial was set for Fri day. He gave bond to appear at that time. UNIQUE TABLE COVER gover nor Hunt yesterday added his signa ture to a leather table cover bearing the autographs of President Wilson and the governors of twenty-sevf n states. The leather square w'hieh bears the sea! of the I'nited States and of each of the forty-eight stat'-s in gold leaf. is the idea of a 10-year-old New Jersey schoolboy. After it has been signed by the governors of all the states it will be exhibited at the Panama-Pacific exposition at San Francisco. The Christmas Opened this week and has proved very pop- J ular. It is the one best jji way to provide money for Christmas, and to also acquire the sav- I ines habit. Twenty-five Hi ! cents, fifty cents or one J j .dollar starts you. Join i today and get your I friends to join. Don't put it. off. j I The Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Co. 'Phoenix' Only Sav ings Bank" ffClub i a ARIZONA'S PART IK THE BELGIAN RELIEF WORK San Francisco Director Wires Board of ' Trade to Have State-wide Movement Started Here The part Arizona will take in the relief of famine conditions in Bel gium will be determined today by Governor Hunt, when the communi cation of Robert X. Lynch, chairman ! of the Belgian relief committee at San Francisco, is referred to the chief executive. Mr. Lynch wired Secretary Harry Welch at length yesterday, asking what part Arizona would take in the relief work, and urging that in case such work were undertaken, it to lie done nnder the command of some man whose authority might be made state wide. In considering the matter the Hoard of Trade concluded that the proper way to get an Arizona relief fund started would be to take the matter up with Governor Hunt, so that he might name some one to take charge. Governor Hunt has not yet said what lie would do about .the matter, al though it was brought to his atten tion by phone yesterday. e NEW MEASURE (Continued From Pa?e One) ba.ssy has made representations fore casting a similar protest. The state department withheld action to await the outcome of a test of the law in the courts. At first an attempt was made to have. Gov. Hunt of Arizona, withhold the law from operation until the de partment could deal with tile treaty questions involved, but it was found that this could not be done mid than the department, taking notice of the fact that actions had been brought by individuals Mexicans and British sub jects working in Arizona decided to await the outcome of the legal test be fore proceeding with the diplomatic treatment of the subject. It is understood that an appeal will lie from the special court which deliv ered the opinion today, first to the United States circuit court of appeals and thence to the supreme court. All of this will consume much time but, according to the understanding here, the action of the court of original jur isdiction will suspend execution of the law. I'ntil the text of the court's decision is at hand, officials here are loath to express any opinion as to its possible effect upon the Webb anti-alien land ownership law in California. It was recalled today, however, that in ex change of notcsbctween the state de partment, and the Japanese embassy', following Japan's urgent protests against this act. the Japanese ambas sador made the point that the Webb law was in derogation of the fourteenth amendment of the American constitu tion. Means of safeguarding treaty rights of aliens in the I'nited States In con nection with state legislation, such as the Arizona and California anti-alien laws, were discussed by President Wil son today with George Foster Peabody of New York, representing a comnf'ttee of the New York peace society of w hich former President Taft is chairman. The committee wants to outline federal legislation which would prevent states from passing laws interfering with treaties between the I'nited States and other nations. The president recently stated that he did not know of any proper federal legislation which could be passed on the subject and that each case of al leged violation of treaty rights of aliens in the I'nited States would have to be worked out on its merits. M. AND M. DINNER The .Mari copa delegation to the legislature will be the guests of the Merchants and Manufacturers' association at the Ari zona club this evening. A discussion of proposed legislation will follow the dinner. COOKED FOOD SALE The ladies of the Presbyterian church will hold a cooked food sale Saturday at 10 a. m. at the Bon Ton Grocery. 127 North First avenue for the benefit of the new Deaconess hospital. The ladies of the Presbyterian church will give tea this afternoon at from -to 5 p. m. at the parlors of the church. AH members and friends cordially invited. MINE CENSUS The mine census of Maricop county has been referred to the board ol trade by Postmaster C. B. Wood, who was named day before yes terday by the postmaster general as an extra special data-collector for this county. The complete statistics on mine production will be compiled for use in a national publication by the census bureau and the I'. S. geological survey. SOLONS ARRIVING Among the members of the legislature who ar rived yesterday . were Fred Colter, who, returned from Douglas, where he had been attending the session of the cattlemen's convention; V. P. Mahoney of Mohave county: William L. Cook. W. 15. Graham and Charles L. Francis of Cochise county. Or. W. P. Sims and Sam P. Briscoe of P.is bee are on their way here by auo and are expected today LADIES' AID MEETS The regu lar monthly meeting of the Indies' Aid of the First M. E. church will be held this afternoon at 2 : ;!0. The com mittees -on the bazaar anil Queen Esther cantata will report, and, an in teresting address will be given by Rev. DeLaye, now. conducting revival services in lhe city. Immediately af ter the meeting a. social hour will be held, the serving committee bein.? Mesdames Work, Wilson, Caiiisnn, Clemens. Couch, Cotton. Winslow and Wilkinson. A large attendance is desired a.nd visitors will be wel come. TENNIS GOODS. Pinney r.nhin son. Advertisement Says Government Owners hip Not Practicable Plan ASSOCIATED press D1SCATCH WASHINGTON, Jan. T. ipening the republican fight against the gov ernment ship purchase bill. Senator Burton of Ohio assailed the measure as a dangerous experiment in govern ment ownership, ami asserted it would open the way to building up privileged interests. Even advocates of the bill. Burton insisted. believed that government ships would he operated at a loss. He argued that to nelievc these ships could ever be disposed of and the government retire from business without a tremendous loss on tht original investment as well as a deli cit of operation was folly. The discussion was finally halted by the appropriation bills, but will be resumed later. VILLA SAYS WILL (Continued on Page Six) report, were approaching Victoria early today, apparently under the im pression that the 'city was weakly garrisoned. They were met by Car ranza troops, and after eight bout's' fighting, retreated with General Ca ballero's force pursuing them. FIELDING'S ARTISTS (Continued from Page one) quick dash to the Arizona club will be lollowed by breakfast there, and then Hey! for the open road and the lusty automobile and the scenery that can be seen and felt. Impressions of the valley are to be valuable Ihii.gs. this morning, for it is the intention of the committee to show Mr. Fielding that he can do no better thing than to "stirk around awhile" and make movies here w here the air is clear and snappy, and every variety of background may he found. Art Rick says that Phoenix ought to go and meet the visitors just "like folks", them to the broad bosom of the River valley, and convince them they really ought to delay their d tare for a while. Tom Shanghncssy of the state take Salt that epar- fair commission has promised Mr. field ing to do everything in the world to make the company comfortable at the fair grounds. one of tae buildings will be opened for a wardrobe. Space will be cleared for the studio building. The tracks, fields and all accessories arc at the dispescl of the director. FIELDING'S ARTISTS (Continued from Page One! Miss Gcan Genez. a eh; racier actress: Miss Lucille I.e Verne, an ingenue: Mrs. Nannien Pearson, the famous Lubin mother, and Baby Victor, the thirtern-month-old son of Ilarvcy Gates. the publicity manager. The b-iby plays parts in the pro ductions of the I.ubin studio. Arthur .Minimi is to dent of the Phoenix fair grounds, and M. be supel mten stmlio at the Benjamin will be hiv assistant. The company carries four automo biles, two being the private property of Mr. Fieldin?. Miss Gail Wynne, private secretary pi Mr. Fielding, ac companies the troupe. After completing the film in Phoe nix the company will go to San Francisco to make pictures at the fair. Afterwards they will go to Al aska and Hawaii. on their way around the world. (Con'imied from Page One.) occupied Fruniiah, which has been an important basal position of the Russians," says the Turkish official bulletin. Crumjah is a town in Persian- Armenia' with a population of 50,0110. (Continued From Pace One) ships not tc construed to were in the might suffer stand by. which was mean that submarines vicinity and that they a similar fate. The four remaining German ves sels raiding the high seas commerce he said could notescape the allies ships which wore searching for thetu. New British ships are being manned completely. o TO THOSE INTERESTED It is with some surprise we hear that we are no longer associated with the Arizona School of Music V'c de sire to contradict that minor. We have not or do not expect to sever our con nection with this progressive institu tion. CLAFDE COTTHELF, Head of the piano department. FRANK LLOYD STl'CHAL. Director of the violin department ' CITY AUTO LIVERY. The Phoenix Auto I.I very has re sumed its city service at the old 25 ecnt service rates. This rate applies to a radius of twelve blocks from their office at the Commercial hot--!. Where two or more passengers are the rate is still 25 cents, even bey,,n l the 12-block limit if within the city: in cents per mile is charged up to 20 miles, thereafter the charge is cents per mile. GLENDALE PARENT TEACHERS MEET The Parent Teachers' asso ciation of Clendnle will meet at the high school Friday evening at S:M. A good program has jheen prepar d and all are urged lo attend. Where Are The Clothes Of Yesteryear? THE man has reefed his rum hi Tops, and now 1 1 is trousers are known by the tight ness thereof. Dame Fashion, Tike Dame Fortune loves e,vcr to give the w heel a half turn. But a Knox is alw ays a Knox a hat you can be sure of. Sure of style, Knox models are invar iably correct and good locking. Sure of quality., every Knox is a tine example of material and workmanship. McDOUGALL & CASSOU KNOX HATS BRUSH UP Start the New Year with a NEW HAIR BRUSH We are offering some extraordinary fine hair Brushes at the lowest price. Now just come in and see that dif ferent kind that we sell. They last several ytars. Remember the Quality Drug Store corner is always open. Elvey & Hulett Quality Druggists, Never Substitute. Phones 411 and 441, Phoenix O'Neill Bhlg. Northwest corner Adams and 1st Ave. A Footograph Fit Today mt;nis more comfortable v;tlkins tomorrow anil is of more im portance than the style or price of yuur shoes. 1 Hir custom-fitting methods as sure you perfect titling shoes. Ours is the only store in the city operating the Ft i Ti KIRA PH. H. A. Diehl Shoe Co. 8 W. Washington St. California Restaurant i j Under new management. Give us a trial! THE CHRISTMAS SA VINOS CI.FR is now open at the phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Co. It is the most jkpu lar savings plan vet devised. Join to day. Advertisement. It GUXR for rent. Pinney & Robin son. A d vert isement. il BiWAOWeaaliV Mlllip FRANK See or Phone 1508 THE COLLEGIANS lloav the Collegians A perfectly blended. (imi'tet. The quartet's program is 'full of lively action and enough of the old favorites to give the program a fine variety. At the High School Auditorium, MonrJay, Jan. 11 at 8:15 o'clock Under the auspices of the Y. M. 0. A. Lecture Course. Single admission tickets, 7-jc "KELLY'S FAMOUS" The Perfect Flour Made from Kansas hard wheat. E. S. WAKE LIN GROCER CO. WHOLESALE HAIR GOODS FOR SALE Ladies' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing, Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair Dressing; Expert Chiroporists, all foot troubles removed. Moles and warts removed by electricity. SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY Phone 1704 39 East Adams Street ORDINANCE NO. 32 AN OROiXAN'OE AMKNIMXO SEC TIONS B and 1:1 F ORD1XAXCE X. 4 til n' TliH CoM.MOX OofX CIL UK TIIK CITY OK PHOENIX, PASSED BY THE COMMON coCX- 'II. AND APPROVED BY THE MAYOR ON THE Mil DAY OP MAY, Rilii. - BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM MISSION or THE CITY OF PHOE NIX, as follows: See. 1. That section 6 of Ordinance No. it;i of the Common Council of the City of phoenix, passed by the Com mon Council of the I'ity of Phoenix and approved by tile Mayor on the 5th day of May, 1910, and beinc entitled "An inlinance creating the office of Inspec tor of Electricity and providing for electrical inspection." he. and the same hereby is, am'-nded as follows: By substitutine for the words "In spector of Electricity," wherever the s.ime occur in said section, the words "City Inspector of Buildings"; and by substituting for lhe words, "and said bond shall be approved by and filed wiih the Citv Recorder." the followinc: "And said bond, as to form and suf ficiency shall meet the approval of, and 'oe approved Pv. the chy Manager or the cisy 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 Khali be or become insufficient, the said City Manager inay reipiire 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 .Malinger of the City of Phoenix, the ( ertificatc of registration and the riht to do or transact any business by such corporation, co-partnership, associa tion or individual shall be forthwith suspended, and shall remain so sus pended until such new bond so re quired by the City Manager shall have bijen furnished, approved and filed." Sec. 2. That section :! of said Or dinance No. 461 be. and the same here by is. amended to read as follows: "Every corporation, copartnership, association and individual, or asent thereof, placing or installing electrical wires, appliances, apparatus, construc tiun or eiuipment in, on or about any huildiii" or other structure in the City of phoenix shall, before certificate of inspection as provided for in section 10 of said ordinance No. 461 is issued by the City Inspector of Buildings, pay to the said City Inspector of Buildings the following fees, .viz: For each permit issued $ .75 For each outlet at which current is controlled or issued, .0."i Electric signs, 6C0 watts or less 2.U0 ; Each additional 6U0 watts or part j thereof, " . 1.00 Window, outline, border, strip and foot lights under 18" spacing, j each. .03 j For arc lamp complete, each, .-5 j For each'and every electric fixture, .15 i Chandeliers, 3 sockets or under, .03 j (Continued on Page Ten) We Been "Going Up" for 33 Years in the estimation of tlie Salt River Valley depositors The National Bank of Arizona 'OLD Years in Business is best recom mendation For Standard Groceries at Reason able Prices. GRIEBEL 218 West Washington St. ASK YOUR GROCER 21 W. Jefferson St. Tel. i:s;;o Phoenix Oil Co. SPECIALS Zerolene Transmission "B. B." Zeiolene Cup Grease Medium, .eroiene Engine Oil, 3 grades. Calol Liquid Gloss. Calol Castor Machine Oil. Calol Gas Engine Oil. Standaid Gas Engine Oil. Standard Seperator. Oil. Standard Red Crown Gasoline. Standard Pearl oil. Standard Floor Dressing. Standard Household Oil. Standard Thread Cutting Oil. Standard Incubator oil. Standard Press Oil. Standard Farm Oil. Standard Motorcycle Oil. Vacuum Mobil Oil "A." Vacuum Mobil Oil "R." Vacuum Mobil Oil "E." Vacuum Mobile oil "Arctic." Free Delivery DEMAND STANDARD BRANDS Phoenix Savingi Bank & Trust Co. i AMERICAN KITCHEN Regular Meals, 35 Cents. ! Short Orders All Night, i 33 North Center, Phoenix, j- 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 yourself time and money. CAVILEER & CO., 108 E. Adams. Phone 1829 ARIZONA BEST RIPE OLIVES oMunger Bros. Co. Cotton Growers, Attention Buy your cotton field machinery at KUNZ BROS. & MESSINGER and save money. Let us show you. S H O- E' S and Hosiery That's all Harry A. Drachmas Shoe Co. 22 West Adams St. have RELIABLE"