THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1915
OUR examinations tell
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 13-':! for prices
Everything in Lumber
Machinery of all kinds built, re
built or repaired. Best equipped
hop In tate. Only expert me
chanics. Work guaranteed.
O'NEILL AUTO 4 SUPPLY CO.
328-328-330 N. Cent-al
Wear Miller's Reliable
A necessity for the house
wife who wishes to keep
her hands soft and white.
At 75c and S.1.C0 the pair.
The S1.00 gloves are fully
W. R. WaylanH, Mgr.
Phone 5!1 .-inytime from 7:30 a.
ni. to 10:30 p. m.
wlu-n tin1 lioys treat
IhciH with liiu't'tt's
( ';indy, t he ".sweet
est ston ever told."
For sale in Phoem:-:
WOOD AND COAL
Phoenix Wood and Coal
So. 3rd and Jackson Sts.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSB
Phoenix Lodge, Ne.
708; Meetings every
Tuesday, Moose home
28 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.
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Of Local Interest
LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
ti a. in. U p. fii.
Temperature, decrees ....."4 5!t
Sensible temperature 34 43
Hmniiiity per cent " 3"
Wind direction E W
Wind velocity, miles 1 5
Itttiiifa.il 0 0
Weather . .Clear Clear
Highest temperature 6-
Lowest temperature 34
Mean relative humidity 62
Total rainfall 0
Deficiency ill temperature yesterday,
Excess in temperature since first of
month. .21 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since January 1. 21 degrees.
Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .08
Deficiency in rainfall since first of
month. .47 inch.
Accumulated deficiency in rainfall
since January 1. .47 inch.
Data for Tucson
Highest temperature yesterday no
Uainfall yesterday 0
rtor.ERT n. iikiggs.
. MEETING POSTPONED There
will he no meeting of the Conserva
tion club this afternoon. The next
regular meeting will be held Jan
MUSICIANS' CLUB The Musi
cians" dull will hold- its first open
met ting of the year this evening a
the Woman's club. Each member is
permitted to bring two guests. Other
wise the meeting is open to the gen
eral public, on payment of a nominal
FUNERAL NOTICE The funeral
of Walter Brcnninge'r. aged 22, who
died at his home early Sunday morn
ing, will be held today at 2 o'clock
from the parlors of Merrynian -Hayt.
The services will be conduct
ed under the auspices of the Chris
tian church. Interment will he in
Korest Lawn cemetery.
CONCERT PLEASES The First
Regiment Band, X. G. A., gave a
very pleasing concert yesterday af
ternoon from the Ford hotel balcony.
The program was well selected and
each number greeted by well-merited
applause. Next Sunday a special
program, composed entirely of Span
ish selections, will be renderel from
the Ford hotel. It is planned to maUe
these concerts a regular Sunday af
COMMISSION MEETS An ad
journed meeting of the city com
mission will be held at 11 o'clock this
morning, at which time several mat
ters of importance will be considered.
In adjourning at the last mo tnM,
January 10 was selected as the date
of the next meeting. It wis after
wards discovered that this date fell
on Sunday, whereas it had been in
tended to convene on Mondav. There
is a, possibility that official announce
ment may be made at today's meet
ing by Manager Farish of the re
moval of Chief of Police Brisbois.
Y. W. C. A. VESPERS ,- Vesper
services at the Y. W. C. A. during
the fall and winter have been well
attended, varied and unusually inter
esting, end the one held yesterday
proved no exception. Mrs. Albert
milh of Madison. Wis., was the
speaker of the afternoon, and held
the close attention of the audience
while she vividly reproducd scenes
and experiences of life in the Orient.
Having lived among the people of
whom sh spoke, her travel-talk was
not merely a panoramic view of
places and events, but thrilled with
human interest and instructed,
through her familiarity with condi
tions. ADAMS ARRIVALS C. Louis Boeh-
ringer, Yuma; G. B. Lainbam, Los An-
Arigeles; F. L. Chain and wife. I,os
Angeles: P. S. Gates. South Pasa
dena: M. Ariuvlzian. Fresno. Cal.: J
R. Porter. Marcos, Colo.; R. C. Husted,
Mareos.a Colo.: E. G. Suovv, Los An
geles, W. W. Pale, Los Angeles; C.
W. Cass, Douglas; J. E. Kent, San
Francisco; J. S. Garvin and wife.
Yuma: D. F. Bradison, St. Louis: A.
U. Wing, Yuma; C. II. Coleman,
Yuma; John Kern. Albuquerque: J.
P. Rogers and wife, Frankfort, Ky.:
B. F. Baker, Globe: R. L. Pryer,
Globe: F. J. Ross and wife. Globe;
A. J. O'Connor. Florence: H. K.
Wiggins, Florence; H. S. Richardson,
Florence; G. E. Trunan, Florence;
J. E. Ie Lay, Los Angeles: J. H.
Davs, Kay; W. J. Phlpson. Ray; P.
J. Colbon. Butte: C. H. P.chenford.
Jerome ; L. A. Hufrch, Los Angeles;
II. H. Lnney, Prescott; H. R. Hil-
sev, LI ptiso.
Northwest corner of Fourth avenue
and West Jefferson street Rev W. O.
Wilson, district superintendent of the
Pentecostal church of the Xazarene,
will conduct a series of evangelistic
meetings commencing Thursday even-
in, Jan. 14, at the Xazerene church,
northwest corner Fourth avenue and
West Jefferson street. The old-time
full blood and fire gospel will be
presented, and everyone desirous of
heiring the truth as it is in Christ,
should lose no opportunity to be
present at these meetings, and are
cordially invited to come. . Meetings
7:30 p. m. and twice a day Sunday, bs
Xo. 1, R. A. M.,
will convene instat
ed convocation at
7:30 p. m . this,
Monday' night.. The
officers and mem
bers are notified to
be present. Sojourn
ing companions are
courteously invited to attend.
SEABOBX CRl'TCH FIELD. 11. P. It
TENNIS GOODS. Pinney & Robin
Kelly serves waffles all day as well
as other things, Adv)
PEOPLE TURNED AWAY
AT METHODIST CHURCH
Revival Grows in Interest; Schedui;
of Meetings Has Been Changed.
All those who weut to the First
Methodist church for yesterday morn
ing and evening services, could not
gain access to the building, tor in
spite of augmented seating arrange
ments the crowds exceeded the capa
city at both meetings. Rev. H. K.
DeLaye, the evangelist, made two
spiendid addresses, and besides, held
a men's meeting in the afternoon
not a "standing room only" soil
tut well attended, withal.
Rev. DeLaye spoke on "A Man
Wanted'' at the afternoon meeting.
Taken - altogether yesterday ;is a
fine day for the mettings. The weath
er was excellent and the inspiration
strong. DeLaye and Pfaffenberger,
lis singing partner, are daily in
creasing their poularity.
The first regular afternoon meet
ing will be held today at 3:30, and
there will be no services tonight. The
next evening meeting will be tomor
row at 7:3ti.
At last night's services Mr. Pf.if
fenberser's solo was "One Sweetly
Dr. DeLaye said in part:
"Why would you rather be unsafe
and unsaved than safe and saved?
"Jesus Christ and booze do not
stay in the same body.
"Every unfortunate person in your
city and county jail tonight is there
because he failed to come to God.
"God gives His people more pleas
ure in one hour than sinners have
in a whole year.
"I'm investing everything I get in
the Bank of Heaven, and I am not
figuring on taking the "down eleva
BLOWOUT DE'LUXE Eighteen
mei got out and stnd around and
gave advice when a blowout delayed
a big truck for an hour yesterday
afternoon at Van Buren and Fifteenth
avenue. The men were bound for
Liberty to work on the irrigating
ditches in that district.
There are undelivered tclejrrams at
the Western I'nion Telegraph office
lor the following: Bernard Cunniff,
John Lowenbruck, Dr. E. B. Perin,
I. W. Meyers, Allen T. Bedell, Ed
Shumate. Charles Miller and S. W.
FIREMEN TO MEET The regular
quarterly meeting f the Phoenix fire
department will be held this evening
at S o'clock in Firemen's hall, second
floor of the city hall. As well as
being a quarterly meeting, this is
also the annual meeting, at which
election of officers for the' ensuing
year will take place. All members
are urged to be present.
DISTINGUISHED VISITORS TO
DAY Mr. George C. Warren, head of
Warren Bros.' Company, the greatest
paving concern in the world, whose
activities extend all over the civiliz
ed world, will arrive in the city to
day in the course of a business and
pleasure tour. He will be accompan
ied by his daughter. M ss Edwiua
Warren, his niece. Miss Warren, and
J. M. Head, general counsel of the
company. Mr. Head was for many
years mayor of Nashville, Tenn.
DEATH OF WM. L. RHODES
William L. Rhodes of Bloomington.
111., (lied Yesterday morning at 1443
East Washington street. Mr. Rhodes
is survived by a wife, who came belt
with him six months ago and minis
tered to him during a hopeless ill
ness, and two daughters, who reside
at Bloomington. He was 31 years of
age. He was a plumber and a mem
ber of the Plumbers' union at, Bloom
ington for twenty years. His hod
will be taken to Bloomington.
DEATH NOTICE Theo. Rislow
died at the home of Mrs. Rolit. Wil
son yesterday morning at six o'clock.
At the time of his death Mr. Rislow
was engaged in ranching: he former
ly acted as solicitor for the Bon Ton
grocery. He is survived by a wife
and eleven month old child, and two
brothers- and a sister. The funeral
will be held this afternoon at four
o'clock, from the parlors of Merry
man and Hayt. Rev. J. Lawrence
Bell will officiate. Interment in
POETS TOIL WITH SUBMARINES.
If anyone doubts the importance of
a. good, mouth-filling name, consider
the lot of the English and German
submarines. These vessels have done
the most adventurous and the most
important sea fighting of the war.
Upon them is fixed the attention of
the entire world. Yet because of their
Uttered and numbered designations
thfir fame spreads haltingly.
Several ingenious poets have Iried
their best in spite of this condition.
They have gone to work exactly as if
the vessels were adequately named.
Here is a verse printed In the London
Names that bring cheer with, them
Ships of the line
Long may vou steer with them.
Though but a number now,
Yours shall survive.
Blest where you slumber now.
1 This is humorous or pathetic, as
viri prefer. But it is not poetry.
Ne;ther is the following translation,
wherein Hanns Heinz Ewers. the
Berlin novelist, hymns both Zeppelin
England is beaten in breeze and brine.
Her crown Is in fragments: the
world is free.
Queen of the waters shall float T'9.
Kine of air shall ride Z3.
Possibly, war verse being as it Is.
the heroes of the underwater fleet
are resigned to their fate. But his
tory and the future have some claims.
Tf Jason had sn'ifht the Golden Fleece
in the A1, and Nelson had died on
'he deck of the VS.and Cnpt. John
r.iul Jones had commanded nothing
more than the PR, what would the
school books have to celebrate and
Imaginations to feed on?
COLLEGIANS Al THE
HI6H SCHOOL TONIGHT
College songs the sort that every
student has sung back in the "good
old days," negro melodies, instru
mental music and a regular "Circus
Stunt" make up the program of The
Collegians, who will be heard tonight
at the high school auditorium, under
the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. The
concert will begin at 8 o'clock.
The program, while an entirely new
one, contains a number of selections
that are classics in the activities of
college life as well as a number of
cornet, violin and trombone solos. As
a singing bunch the Collegians are
said to be one of the best quartets
on the road, and it is expected that
they will be greeted by one of the
largest audiences of the entire course, j
COUNTY J006ES TO PLAN
Meeting Will be Called to Order in
Judge Stanford's Chambers at
Eleven O'clock Today
To bring about uniform rules of
procedure, county judges from nearly
every commonwealth in Arizona will j
meet in the chambers of Jadge R. C.
Stanford this morning at eleven. As
in the case of the county attorneys,
the occupants of the superior court
benches arc attempting to regulate
their work after a statewide system.
As an example of what co-operation
can do, the judses from the northern
tier of counties will tell about the
system they have already devised for
making it convenient for attorneys
having cases in till or several of the
The five superior judges will be
here today. They will tell how they
have arranged jury sessions so that
there need be no conflicts in dates.
Apache Judge G. X. Crosby, jury
meets third Tuesdays in March. Au
gust and December.
Yavapai Judge Frank O. Smith,
jury meets first Tuesdays in March.
June and Xovember.
Coconino Judge F. W. Perkins,
jury meets second Mondays in March.
July and Xovember.
Mohave Judge Sidney Sapp. jury
meets third Tuesdays in February,
June and October.
Xavajo Judge John Ellis, jury
meets fourth Mondays in February.
June and October.
USAGES Of WAR
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pctrole in quantity of more thai' lot)
litres the last named offense being
punishable with death.
A notice Kisted in Brussels on Oc
tober ath and signed by "The Gov
ernor General of Belgium. Varon von
der Goltz," warns all Belgian citizens
against attempting to destroy the rail
way tracks or telegraph and tele
phone lines. "In future," the notice
reads, "the communities in the vicini
ty of a place where such things hap
pen (no matter wh ther they are ac
complices or not) will be punished
without mercy." To this end. host
ages have been taken from all places
in the vicinity of railroad lines, men
aced by such attacks, and at the first
attempt to destroy the railroad tracks
or the telegraph or telephone wires,
they will be immediately shot.
The German military governor of
Brussels, General von Luetwitz. by a
notice posted in Brussels, letober 28.
announced the sentences, imposed on
two policemen of Brussels, for "in
flicting bodily injuries" on "agents
vested with German authority" and
for aiding a prisoner to escape and
for attacking a German soldier, tine
policeman was sentenced to five years
imprisonment, the other to three
years. General von Luetwitz adds:
"The city of Brussels (exclusive of its
suburbs) has been punished for the
crime committed by its policeman, De
Ryckere against a German soldier, by
an additional fine of .1.000.000 francs
(about one million dollars.)
The Belgian commission of inquiry,
in summing up says:
"After such, proclamations, who will
be surprised at the murders, arson.
pillage and destruction committed by
the German army whereever they met
'If a German corps, or patrolling
party, is received at the entrance to
a village by a volley from soldiers of
the regular troops who are nfterw-ards
forced to retire, the whole population
is held responsible.
"The civilians are accused of having
fired or having co-operated in the
defense and. without inquiry, the
place is given over to pillage and
flames, a part of the inhabitants are
"The odious acts which have been
committed in all parts of the coun
try have a general character throwing
the responsibility upon the whole Ger
man army. It is simply the applica
tion of a preconceived system, the
carrying out of instructions, which
have made the enemy's troops in Bel
gium a "horde of barbarians, a band
of incendiaries.' "
Casey Oi don't see what th' Powers
do want to be scrappin' for. anyway.
O'Brien Yez, don't, eh? Then, be
gorra yo're a dom poor spicimen av
an Oirischman. Boston Transcript.
Kelly's waffle kitchen also caters
lo ladies' trade. 126 X. First St.,
next to Coliseum theater. (Adv.)
GUNS for rent. Pinney & Robin
Kelly don't keep waffles, he sells
DATE JAN. 18, 1915
To make you more
You'll find them
comfortable in both
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Start the New Year with a
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 ytnrs. Remember the Quality
Drug Store corner is always open.
Elvey & Huiett
Quality Druggists, Xever Substitute.
Phunes 411 and 441, Thoenix
Northwest corner Adams and 1st Ave.
means more comfortable walking
tomorrow and is of more im
portance than the style or price
o.f your shoes.
Our custom-fitting methods as
sure you perfect fitting shoes.
Ours is the only store in the
city operating the FOOT" 'GRAPH.
H. A. Diehl Shoe Co.
8 W. Washington St.
The Greatest Boy of Fiction, the
What a man .Mark Twain was! Be
ginning as a barefoot boy in a sleepy
Mississippi river town, a journeyman
printer with little education and no
promise of a future, a river pilot, an
unlucky prospector, he became a man
of worldwide fame and immense in
fluence. His books have gone every
where, have made generations laugh
and w eep. He was not only a great
humorist, he was a man of high
courage and fine ideals, a man who
hated shams and lies, and struck at
them fiercely, lie knew human na
ture, laughed at its queer contradic
tiens, admired and respected its
goodness and kindness. Always he is
intensely American. without beins
provincial. Xot only did he have a
genius for being man'.
If, as a young man, he was inclin
ed to lie too extravagant, too irrev
erent, he conquered that tendency,
he grew in wisdom and perception
tion, and he loved people, loved men
and women and children. That is
why we all love him. There is a
glow to him. You can warm your
heart at his books, much as you
warm your hands at a lire.
Mr. Gilbert Chesterton, the English
cuthor, and a wit himself, says of
Mark Twain: "All honest people
saw the point of Twain's wit. Not
a lew dishonest people felt it."
But to the whole world of youth
Mark Twain is Tom Sawyer, the
immortal boy, the greatest boy of
fiction, tile American buy, and yet
the essential boy that links ail hoys
of whatever nationality together. Toin
and Hack what more do you want?
waffle kitchen is now open
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5 gallons Filtered Gasoline 90c
Lubricating Oil, per gallon 50c
Arizona Grocery Co.
331 E. Washington St.
Gome While The Coming Is Good
You've got $1.00, perhaps more. You
may not always have it. But you
have it now. While you have it
bring it to the CITIZENS STATE
BANK. It will open the account
you haven't yet got, or increase that
you have. Come while you have the
1 per cent interest on Time Deposits
CITIZENS STATE BANK
221 W. Jefferson St. Tel. 1330
Phoenix Oil Co.
Zerolene Transmission "B. B."
Zerolene Cup Grease Medium.
Zerolene Kngine Oil, 3 grades.
Calol Liquid Gloss.
Calol Castor Machine Oil.
Calol Gas Engine Oil.
Standard Gas Engine Oil.
Standard Seperator Oil.
Standard Bed Crown Gasoline.
Standard Pearl Oil.
Standard Floor Dressing.
Standard Household Oil.
Standard Thread Cutting Oil.
Standard Incubator Oil.
Standard Press Oil.
Standard Farm tiil.
Standard Motorcycle Oil.
Vacuum Mobil Oil "A."
Va'-num Mobil Oil "B."
Vacuum Mobil Oil "E."
Vacuum Mobile oil "Arctic."
DEMAND STANDARD BRANDS
Regular Meals, 35 Cents.
Short Orders All Night.
13 North Center, Phoenix
Yee Sing, Proprietor.
PRAISED X JOFFRE
(iciiers I Foch.
Mis distinguished services in the
war have won for tier.era! l'orh, the
commander of the i inth Trench army
corps, now operating in the north,
the praise of his eomnsaixlcr in chief.
General Joffre. 'lenera! Toe h is dec
orated tvilh the !! such Legion of
Been "Going Up" for 33 Years
in the estimation of the Salt River Valley
The National Bank of Arizona
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KUNZ DROS. & MESSINGER
and save money. Let us show
Have Hie paint specialists to
match your colors and mix your
paint while you wait. Toll us
your paint troubles, thereby save
vourself time and money.
CAVILEER & CO.,
108 E. Adams. Phone 1829
j HAIR GOODS FOR SALE
ladies' Toilet Parior, Shampooing,
j Manicuring and Facial Massage. Hair
i Dressing: Expert Cliiroporists. all
I foot troubles removed. Moles and
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; 39 East Adams Street
S " H ' O " E ' S
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22 West Adams St.
Under new management.
Give us a trial 1
DATE JAN. 18. 1915
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