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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13, 1915 OUR examinations tell the trouble Our Glasses correct it. Northrup Optical Co. Successor to SWIGERT BROS. 9 East Adams St. Prescription lenses ground in our own shop Garden City Restaurant New Location 21-23 East Adams St. SALT RIVER VALLEY MOUN MENTAL WORKS V. E. Lindsay, Prop. 409 West Washington St. Arizona granite as well as all other granite used. Phone 1323 for prices BENNETT LUMBER COMPANY Everything in Lumber I MACHINERY Machinery of all kinds built, re Lutlt or repaired. Best equipped hop Id nate. Only expert me chanics. Work guaranteed. O'NEILL AUTO A SUPPLY CO. i 328-328-330 N. Central US WHEN DOWN TOWN feel free to use our desk phone at customers' desk, at front of store near side entrance. Central Pharmacy W. R. Wayland, Mgr. Goodrich Block. Phone S!U anytime from 7:30 a. TEN O'CLOCK BREAKFAST Often on a busy morning when you've had a light breakfast, you feel a little hungry about ten. Just come over to the OWL and have a Malted Milk Egg Shake. We use HOIHICK'S, the best there is. . r nit MOTOMCVC4.I PtUVCHV- 1ST. WC. WOOD AND COAL Phoenix Wood and Coal So. 3rd and Jackson Sts. Phone 1235 Lodg KotlcM LOTAli ORDER OF MOOSB Phoenix Lodge, He 708; Meetings every Tuesday, Moose home , 28 8. Center. Visit- Ins; brothers Invited George N. MacBean. Dictator; Walter R Van Tyne. Secretary sXAAAJsJVV'srsrVi""" wwiwi REDEW1LL MUSIC CO. Established in 1881 224 West Washington St. INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED Pianos Rebuilt and Rsfinished I "1 Of Local Interest STORED WATER SUPPLY Water service report for January 12. Elevation of water in reser voir, feet . 150.90 Contents of reservoir acre ft. 413, 112 Gain preceding 24 hours, acre foet 1,017 Elevation of water one year ago today 11S.41 Contents of reservoir one year ago today 174,517 Normal flow of Salt and Verde rivers at Granite Reef dam, M. 1 40,400 .Normal flow water for lands up to year , 1,891 Amount of water used for irri gation, north side, XI. I... l.fiSa Amount of water used for irri gation, south side, M. 1. .. 3,875 LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY 6 a.m. 6 p.m. Temperature, degrees .... 46 , 5S Sensible temperature 38 45 Humidity, per cent 46 . ,!5 Wind direction XE V Wind velocity, . miles 5 2 Rainfall i 0 0 Weather Clr. fly. Highest temperature ..'... ...... 62 Lowest temperature 40 Mean relative humidity 40 Total rainfall 0 Excess in temperature yesterday, 1 degree. of January- H.qah Do .. 1...E..2 Excess in temperature since Janu ary 1. 24 degrees. Accumulated excess in tempera ture since January 1. 24 degrees. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, 0.08 inches. Deficiency in rainfall since first of month 0.63 inches. Accumulated excess deficiency in rainfall since January 1, 0.6:! inches. Data for Tucson Highest temperature yesterday .. 72 F.ainfall yesterday 0 ROBERT R. BRIGGS. Section Director. o CROSSING HEARING The re hearing in the matter of the Lin coln street crossing over the Santa Fe tracks at Glendale is set for this morning at 10 o'clock. CASE CONTINUED The case of the Ariozna Corporation Commis sion vs. the Southside Gas and Elec tric Company, which was set for hearing Jan. 18, has been continued to Jan 2S. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT VI SITING County Superintendent of Schools Riggins, is making his annual visit to the schools in the Mesa dis trict He expects to be gone dur ing the rest of the week. 1 BIBLE WORKERS' CLASS "The Devlopment of Leadership" was the subject of the lecture last evening before the Bible Teachers' classes at the Y. M. C. A. Rev. W. J. Sims, of the Central M. E. church was the speaker. EXTRA CAR SERVICE An extra car was put on the capitol line yesterday to accommodate the in creased traffic to the state house. The car runs only between the state house and Seventh street. The ser vice will be continued during the week. FLAT RATE HEARING The ap plication of the Pacific Gas and Electric company for permission to establish a flat rate to large con sumers of current for auxiliary pur poses was heard by the corporation commission yesterday. Charles Kor- rick of the New York store and J. C. Adams for the Hotel Adams were among those who appeared at the hearing for the consumers. BUYS A MAXWELL Besides the Maxwell delivered to the winner of the Arizona theater's popularity con test, another one of the handsome little five-passenger touring cars was sold yesterday to Mrs. Raymond T. Cover of West Latham street, Ken- ilworth Addition. The O'Neill Auto and Supply Company, local agents for the Maxwell report a steadily ncreasing interest in the new models of that popular car. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURE Tomorrow, Thursday evening, at the Arizona School of Music on North Central Avenue, a free public lecture on Christian Science will be delivered by Clarence W. Chadwick, C. S. B. Mr. Chadwick is a mem ber of the board of lectureship of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist of Bos ton, Massachusetts. The lecture is given under the auspices of the local Christian Science church, and all are cordially invited to attend. The lecture will begin promptly at 8:30. W. C. T. U. The regular weekly meeting of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union will be held to morrow afternoon at 227 West Mon roe .St. It will be called to order at 2 o'clock and be dismissed at 3:30 on account of the evangelistic meetings being held in the city. Mrs. Nolan will lad the devotional. All members are urged to be present as business of importance must be transacted including the finishing cf the election of officers. The incom lug president desires that this be a "Come Close Together" meeting and friends and strangers are cordially invited. NOTICE Irish cobler and Bliss Triumph sweet potatoes, plant early for quick profit. PHOENIX SEED AND l'EED.CO. 125 East Jefferson (Advertisement) bm Joe i Ask Jim he may kni LION THEATRE is MARRIAGE LICENSES Marriage licenses were issued yesterday to Bert Craig, Maricopa county and Al ma Geil, Milwaukee.. Frank Urban and Mrs. Hazel Stoekbridge of Den ver, Colo. A NEW REPAIR SHOP Bob. J. Bennett and Lou . Johnson have started an auto repair shop at Twelth and Grand avenue. Both are Phoenix boys who have become ex perts in the business they have set up. A GENEROUS PROPOSAL In the course of the Y. M. C. A. member ship campaign one of the competing teams yesterday invaded the offices of the Pacific Gas & Electric Co., where he received unexpected en couragement. General Manager Aller offered to pay half the membership fee of every man connected with the company and keep that share of it paid as long as the member was associated with the company. , CHILTON ARRIVES Travelling Passenger Agent J. H. Chilton of t tie Texas and Pacific railroad, with headquarters in El Paso arrived in Phoenix yesterday and renewed his acquaintance with local railroad mi-i. and others with whom his work or dinarily brings him in contact. He expressed himself as well pleased with general conditions and stated that the Texas and Pacific railroad had ordered him to pay more atten tion in the future because of its growing importance. SULLIVAN IN TOWN When the average person sees the letters "I'. R. S.". lie. generally, interprets them to mean "Fellow of the Royal So ciety,"' but these initials appearing upon the Hotel Adams register yes terday, indicated that F. K. Sullivan, commercial agent of the New York Central lines with headquarters in Los Angeles, and the originator of the "Royal" society, was making his semi-sometime visit to Phoenix. As soon as Sullivan reached Phoenix he placed himself in communication over the telephone with General Agent W. S. Goldsworthy of the Santa Fe, informing him of his presence in this city. This was entirely a precau tionary measure on the part of Sul livan, for Goldsworthy had threaten ed to make mince-meat out of Sul livan's person should he appear In Phoenix, following Sullivan's expose of the Goldsworthy-Reinhart "joke," "On what day of the week does Fri day come"" Goldsworthy seemed in a proper "frame of mind 'and there upon Sullivan made him a formal visit. . . o BUSINESS IN ORGANIZE (Continued From Page One) Charles Blenman, merchant, Pima; L. W. Mix, mayor of Xogales, Santa Cruz; Peter Riley, merchant, Greenlee; Ed Devine, merchant, Pinal; John F. Weber, editor Graham Guardian, Gra ham. The executive- committee appointed consists of John H. Robinson, Yavapai: Oeorge Pusch, Pima: C. O. Ellis, Co chise; F. F. Towle, Gila, these four are to choose a filth member if it is deemed advisable. Today's belief proved conclusively that the opposition that has arisen to the drastic prohibitory amendment adopted at the recent election has em anated from the bankers, merchants and other business and professional men outside those who were formerly engaged In the liquor traffic. It was a notable fact that the most prominent men in the business world in Arizona appeared voluntarily and at their own expense as delegates to the meeting in order to express their disapproval of the conditions that have been brought about by the "dry law", while not one man even remotely connected with the retail or wholesale liquor trade was present at the session. An idea of the character of the meet ing may be obtained from the following list of some of the men who attended as delegates: A. G. Hulett. A. P. Crop per, J. F. McElroy, L. F. Verkamp, J. S. Miles, Harry Bnsley, William Ryan, and Harold Steinfeld, merchants; Richard Lamson, Norman J. Johnson and C. J. Herndon, attorneys; J. W. Milnes and C. E. Hogue, editors; H. D. Aitken, president Yavapai county chamber of commerce; Albert Jones, W. F. Jurcell, John Duke, W. G. Shan- ley, stockmen; F. J. Hart, physician; Joe Prochaska and Pat Rose, capital ists: C. E. Gentry, assessor of Yava pai, and Tom Campbell, state tax com missioner. Petitions will be prepared at once and placed in the hands of the various county representatives. Upon obtain ing signatures amounting to fifteen per cent of the number cast for all candi dates for governor at the last election the petitions will be presented to the legislature. Under the constitution the legislators are empowered to call a spe cial election if they believe an emer gency exists and with the weight of many of the most prominent business men in the state behind a demand for a reconsideration of these measures, it is believed that there will be no delay in obtaining the favorable action of the TENNIS GOODS. Pinney & Robin son. Advertisement o . FEWER ATTACHES (Continued From Page One) L. F. Sweeting; assistant chief clerk. P. J. Munch; chaplain. Rev. Sea born Crutchfield; W. B. Lanier, read ing clerk; M. J. Sullivan, enrolling and engrossing clerk; R. B. Leach, sergeant at arms, George Patton; doorkeeper; Kelly Moeur, page; clerks Mary Barton, Amy Greenleaf, Es telle Griffin, Nell C. Short. Alice Peterson, Mrs. M. G. Burns, Mrs. I. M. Hart. Miss Jones, H. L. Lambert, Oscar Zapf, and Joe Lesure. Chairman Jones of the committee said that the list was not yet quite complete but that the committee was engaged in making a study of the qualifications of . applicants. The pay of the chief clerk was fixed at $i a day and that of the other at taches it IS a day. In the senate, the pay of lie secretary is 1 a day and that of the assistant fti a day. After the-attaches had been sworn in Speaker Brooks informed them that they would be expected to at tend to their duties and that under the rules of the legislature .they could not engage in lobbying and there would be no pay for over time. Sim ilar warning had been given at taches of the senate. Chaplain Crutchfield desired to express his appreciation of the honor that had been conferred upon him. He inti mated that it was not wholly un deserved for he had been a Kentuck ian. a Texan, an Arizonian and al ways a democrat. He had been alsn a Methodist preacher and a demo cratic politician and if nothing good could come out of that there could no good come out Nazareth. There had been some misunder standing regarding the appointment of Williams a janitor. When his name was presented as an ap pointee from Maricopa county, Re presentative Vaughn raised an ob jection or rather a question. It ap peared that the appointment had ooen suggested by Mohave county and Representative Mahoney of that county said that Mohave would adopi Williams but he said "The job is an insignificant one and I do not see why Maricopa does not want to take vredit for it." Maricopa, by the way, does not get much out of the wash and those who were watchin; the trend of events did not expect that it would. Maricopa has hid rather more than its share in the last. The clerks, however, are a fin" looking lot and accommodating, and in the opinion of observers, entire ly competent. The Press The newspaper reporters ever since they were shoved into the upper re gions at the time of the consti tutional convention, where they cotiKl see and not hear, have been clam oring . for closer fellowship with the members. Both the speaker a lid tile president have inclined their ears unto them and yesterday afternoon President Sims suggested to the rules committee that an arrangement ought to be made for bringing the re porters down to the floor on the condition that the number of them be placed within reasonable limit and that they be put under bonds not to contaminate the members or nterrupt the proceedings of the le gislature by unseemly conduct. This proposal seemed to meet with gen eral approval. Uncle George Chase of Greenlee took occasion to remark that he had tried to modify the woes of the reporters at the last session by changing the press gallery and ho would now favor any suggesion for the further amelioration of their con dition. He had previously been re warded, he said, for his efforts in their behalf by their expressions it gratitude. "They gave you complimentary write-ups," suggested a new mem ber. "They did not," replied Uncle George, "because they knew I did not want them. Printer's ink is a powerful medicine: a drop of it is powerful enough to revolutionize the world and a teaspoonful of it will kill the finest pup you ever saw." After this tribute to the potency of the fourth estate the senate ad journed until half past nine o'clock this morning. The house had pre viously adjourned to ten o'clock. NOTICE Irish cobler and Bliss Triumph sweet potatoes. Plant early for quick profit. PHOENIX SEED AND FEED CO. 125 East Jefferson (Advertisement) bm The Christmas -Club- CLOSES THIS WEEK Have You Joined? Why not have more money next Christ mas? Come or send 25c, 50c or $1 today. The Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Co. "Phoenix' only Sav ings Bank." Genevieve Just ask Mildred about Se LION THEATRE Our $1.50 Line Of Shirts We are glad to be able to offer the men of Phoenix such a fine line of shirts at this price. We are showing a few of the differ ent patterns and styles in our east window at present. All made " by the foremost manufac turers and guaran teed fast in color. McDougall and Cassou 32 W. Washington St. Turn in at The Quality Drug Store Corner You can do no better Special Sale on Toilet Soap the kind that works well in this hard water. Elvey & Hulett N. W. Cor. Adams and 1st Ave. I hoenix Phone 411 & 441 A Footograph Fit Today means more comfortable walking -tomorrow and is of more im portance than the style or price of your shoes. Our custom-fitting methods as sure you perfect fitting shoes. Ours is the only store in the city operating the FOOTOGRAPH. H. A. Weill Shoe Co. 8 W. Washington St. NOW COVERS ARIZONA D. T Berry, commercial agent of the Chi cago, Milwaukee and St. Pul rail road, with headquarters in Los An geles, paid his first official visit- to Phoenix yesterday. This was the first time that the C. M. & St. P. has realized that the capital of Ari zona offered possibilities for busi ness over its lines, or if it had that knowledge, failed to take advantage of it. Berry announced tlutt he ex pected hereafter to visit Phoenix at least once in every three months. ARIZONA BEST RIPE OLIVES Munger Bros. Co. LADIES: KEEP THIS ADDRESS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE Will make, on same day ordered, all shapes and sizes of BUTTONS, (us ing scraps from gowns, ribbon, etc.) the most harmonious and reasonable priced trimming obtainable. Also DRESS FORMS made to or der an exact reproduction of all characteristics of your individual figure, rendering home dressmaking easy and satisfactory; or, loaning your model to dressmakers avoids the usual tedious "fittings.'' Gray Dress Form Shop, 710 North First St.; phone 564. Adv. tf GUNS for rent. Pinney & Robin son. Advertisement. t I DATE JAN. 18, 1915 Facing the Facts About Roofing From Hock To Roof Asbestos CAN'T Burn Kp roll QNcid ROOFING '"' sunoaro Roof Moiict"". a tin Attn 1 i.;Li i-' ft.., i . .. - 'WW: fPMLip Carey Co'""-; HNCINN ATI QHJO; fell "Carey Roofing Gives the Service" Bennett Lumber Co. Exclusive Arizona Distributors "Stock Always Complete" Phone 1211. Cor. Second Ave. & Jackson E. S. WAKELIN GROCER CO. ' WHOLESALE 221 W. Jefferson St. Tel. 1330 Phoenix Oil Co. SPECIALS 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 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 "B." Vacuum Mobil Oil "E." Vacuum Mobile Oil "Arctic." Free Delivery DEMAND STANDARD BRANDS AMERICAN KITCHEN Regular Meals, 35 Cents. Short Orders All Night 33 North Center, Phoenix. Yee Sing, Proprietor. We have Been "Going Up" for 33 Years in the estimation of the Salt River Valley depositors The National Bank of Arizona 'OLD Because it is a Form of Stone. Neither is it af fected by the fumes of acids or alkalies. That's why Carey Asbestos Rub ber Roofing is so safe and durable, particularly where unusually severe conditions have to be con tended with. HOW OUR ROOFING IS MADE CAREY ASBESTOS RUBBER ROOFING is made of a solid fireproof sheet of pure asbestos im bedded into the surface of a, weather-resisting water-proof sheet composed of high-grade wool felt saturated and coated with tempered Gilsonite asp halt, producing a roofing material that is practical ly indestructible. 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., 103 E. Adams. Phone 1829 I HAIR GOODS FOR SALE Ladies- Toilet Parlor, Shampooing, Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair Dressing; Expert Chiroporists, all foot troubles removed. Moles and wart3 removed by electricity. SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY Phone 1704 39 East Adams Street S ' H ' O " E ' S and Hosiery That's all. Harry A. Drachmas. Shoe Co. 22 West Adams St. California Restaurant Under new management. Give us a trial! Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Co. Cotton Growers, Attention Buy your cotton field machinery at KUNZ BROS. & MESSINGER and save money. Let us show you. RELIABLE1'