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ARE YOU DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING? THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, .JANUARY 13, 1015 BE6IIIIIIII6 OF We are closing out our line of Acoustican Hearing in struments at less than cost owing to the fact that we lo not have time to devote to it. These arc the best hearing instruments on the market and if you want one at -'.) off of the regular price you will have to call earlv. DR. E. MUNSON Arizona's Leading Optician 118 West Washington St. - ii nnuoTini r mi M I.IIIUS I flKI I- 11.11. UUIlUinULL DIES SUDDENLY J'jominent Business Man and Capitalist of South west Succumbs to Para lytic Stroke at Los An- gclcs Home W. II. Constable, will known capi talist mid business man. of Phoenix iiml Los Angeles, died yesterday mor ning at his home in Los Angeles. The death of .Mr. Constable followed a stroke of paralysis, and rnme as a distinct shock to hia many friends in this state. Air. Constable was president of W. 11. Constable. Ine., of this city. The W. H. Constable Co., of El I 'a so and of the Constable-Morgan Co.. of Los Angeles. He came to this sec tion of the country when the Santa l-'e railroad was under construction, and worked for that company for Home time. He became interested in several business enterprises in this state and in New Mexico and Texas, and became one of the best known men in the southwest. Ho is survived by a wife and two children, who were with him at the end in Los Anodes. . Arrangements for the funeral will be announced later. vrftiia HDVEB1ISE1NT BF VALLEY IN SIX CARS A splendid advertisement of the Salt river valley will be sent out this morning when six car loads of valley fattened cattle will be ship ped from Phoenix to the Los Ange les market. The shipment, which name from the fashion ranch west of the city, consists of 1J2 specimens of Here fords, weighing on an average of ll'io to 13011 pounds. The cattle were purchased' by a Los Angeles packing house and brought a good price. BARACA BANQUET The first monthly banquet and address, given under the auspices of the Hano-i Class of the Central Methodist Soda Crackers (Be The Kind That 10c. With flour advancing in price, here's your chance to stock up and make a real, substantial saving. MORE WORTH-WHILE CRACKER SPECIALS 4 5c packages 15c 2 10c packages 15c 's, boxes, each 38c 5 lbs, in tin boxes, each 50c CAKES 3 10c packages 25c 6 5c packages 25c RflcKEE'8 Phone 621 First i TIPPING IS TABOO iv tiii?td tpu; vn j xi i iiijiiv iiLi? iimy NOVEL RESTAURANT ."liss Amif Morten (lop) and Mrs. WiMiar.i Iv. Vaiid?.-bilt. The latest t!iin;t alonjr P. road way ;s an ;;nli-tinpin;; restaurant atop -l.e Strand TVatr. , which was open ed under liic auspices of Miss Anne 3i organ, MrS. V. K. VandcrbiK and other society foik. One may enter ::ny aflcrnooo, citair. a substantial lunch am! oa:icc to his heart's con sent for a.v, little as fifteen cents. church was he'd at the church buil.j ir.g last night. A large crowd- of young men from all the iiarac i classes in the city was present. Da vid Goldberg spoke on the subject of "Business Methods," Rev. V. .1. Sims also made some very' instruc tive remarks for the benefit 0f the. young men. w I ' j 0 "N - i&?f: , - 7 La Ed b Sell Regularly for L Avenue and Adams St. Tlnonsrs Fill Woman's Club On Opening Day of First Arizona Art Display; Mrs. Evans Comments On New Move Phoenix demonstrated her interest j in art yesterday by the enthusiastic j throngs that crowded the Woman's dull where the first Arizona art exhi bition was held. Not even the most optimistic had hoped for the creditable exhibition it proved to be. That it was the beginning, and a most auspicious one. of an art movement in tlie fullest sense of the word, was evident from the earnestness with which the public viewed the work of Arizona artists. It was more than an expression from a critical viewpoint, it was congratula tion, encouragement and promise for co-opeiation and material help in the future. There was but one regret the unavoidable absence of Jessie Benton Evans who was too ill to act as head of the jury of selection. Thi-s placed her pictures in the competitive class, her sculptural picture taking the prize. Her subject was Camelback, another of her Arizona scenes was Four Peaks, while in the loan collection was her "Washerwomen of Verona" that won the prize at the Paris Salon. Al irjirie Thomas was given honor able mention for her "ISurros" while other paintings in her collection, es pecially "The Desert" created much lavorable comment. Helen Ely exhib ited samples of practical newspaper work, drawings to illustrate fashion articles that were of great interest to .Miss Ely's admiring friends. She is at present associated with the New York Herald. Originals and engravers proofs of Heuhton James' illustrations in Ainslce's were interesting features of the exhibit. The pen and ink sketch of President Woodrow Wilson W'as a splendid example of his clever work. Aliss Kay He Aland had a small but choice collection of illustrations. The work of the public schools was shown in an original cartoon, free hand paper cutting, sketch from life and an original study of lines and values in landscape. lura lloema of the Indian school was among those v ho paid close attention to each picture exhibited. His own sketches, life studies, were remarkable and the boy's work won much com mendable criticism. Through the efforts of the loan com mittee, Airs. W. K. James, chairman, a collection of worth while pictures were offered for inspection. Akin Alargar gee, Rollins, Sauerwein, Kate Cory and Jessie Benton Evans were among the artists whose paintings were shown. A Pre Kaphaelite loaned by Mrs. Louis H. Chalmer and a seventeenth century study in oil by Adrian Van der Wcrff, loaned by Airs. W. K. James were greatly appreciated. Three pieces of sculpture by Emery Kopter was an added feature to the loan exhibit. Airs. C. I". Ainsworth, chairman of the art and literature department of the club, who suggested and was one of the most indefatigable workers in the suc cess of the exhibition was delighted with its resilt. "It was a fair begin ning in a worthy undertaking" she de clared last evening. Airs. Ain-sworth read the paper (ire pared by Airs. Evans, who was to have addressed the gathering. It follows: "The inauguration of any worthy movement is a great pleasure, and this of your first art exhibition particuiarly so, as it may be regarded as the nucle us of a service, that is bound to go on, with the evolution of the rapid growth of your city. The need is felt, the ini tiative taken, its existance at all proves this as a certainty having succeeded under one of the most adverse .epochs of our country's history. "In a country as new and beautiful, as well as individual as yours is, a very great opportunity for the development of an art of your own must necessarily exist. "The covering of the desert is strange and fanciful: the skies of the deepest intensity, yet delicate to des pair. The plant life: fairy like in its sublety and evasiveness; alluring il lusive and individual: which is Ari zona's chief charm, and should give her art the same dominant note and fas- ination. Her virginity also gives ev ery opportunity to the creative mind. Her nature has an austere and superb sublimity, which recalls the words of the French poet who said: "Le beau est toujours severe, also 'Les habits changent les moeurs,' therefore how necessary that we consider the harmony of our surroundings, especially archi- terturaily, for the smaller things are subservient to it. Across the water we are first impressed with regard to outline and beautiful proportions, with them it is not only commanded by their discretion and culture but by law. The mind should so connect itself to this harmony that it becomes a part of us; a religion, and any undue or un necessary detail so offered as that the standard of our buildings as fore grounds, be made to meet the great beauty nature has given us as a back ground. la the appreciation and recognition of beauty that is so subtly diffused throughout all that is: in the study of form and color, that define the great kingdoms of the world: in the methods employed by which all operations are conducted; the skill of the physician, cr surgeon the genius of the writer and composer, the charm of the voice, or the facility of the brush; one thing remains a denjinant and imperative note in its successful rendering, sim plicity. The machinery of all great work must remain unincumbered. The picture must be painted without im penetrable forms. European art culminated in the Ken naissancp It had been buoyed on by a religious l'erv r thai auioiinled lo a Seed Pott&tioes1 We Contract For Your ii-envA- lii IK- ciiilv oeriod it was most charming in its naievete. but unnatural conditions rushed it on too hastily and iis siimilicitv lost in an over develop ment. The mind entered labyrinths. and became wearied and mechanical, art went into its decadence. w., nave in our country no such stimulus, but in our steady devotion to and search for beauty, teeiing me need of an outlet for it. with the in hnritimee the o:irlv master beciucathed us, and witli a dedication to still higher religions ideals, and the study ol me great principles that rule all things, should create a distinctive and endur ing art. Wi. (eel the reaction of the chastic age covered by the 17 and IS centuries and as Balzac said: 'The weried artist needed a complete contrast to his par adise of imaginings and of studious hours. He cither craves like (iod the seventh day of rest, or with Satan the pleasures of hell, so that his senses may have free play in opposition to his facilities.' "As in a piiture the severity ol the ms.csiio forms must remain unbroken. so your great purpose should stand. broad, firm and constant, meeting tae till encouragement, and the genius with appreciation, und never ad mit even, like Balzec: -fans genie je suius I'lambe, for genius in universal." At the conclusion of the illuminating article, Klton Ensign Hale added to the pleasure of the large gathering by a musical program, well arranged and splendidly interpreted. . o STATE INSURANCE IS Stale fire insurance, strict super vision of agents, bond requirement from fidelity and surety companies and the perfecting of an arrange ment which will make certain the puyment by employers of their lia bilities to employes, are recommend ed in the report of State .Superin tendent of Insurance Bridges, which v.as issued yesterday. The report, which covers the win!; of the department since its organi zation in October 19PI, states that in the state attempts to fix the rates for fire insurance companies oper ating in Arizona, that a system' of state insurance is an absolute ne cessity. "The idea of state insur ance," the report says, "is not neiv. and there is no doubt as to this plan being thoroughly practicable and if adopted, it would undoubtedly tend to place the business condi tions of our state upon a higher moral and physical plane." Strict official supervision of agents, and power ta authorize and revoke the licenses of ail public adjusters, are also asked for by the superinten dent. Life insurance and accident and health insurance, the report says can safely be left to existing laws. Fidelity and surety companies should Be required to file bond witli the state for the protection of their policy-holders. Employers, it is recom mended, should be permitted to pay their compensation to employes through stock liability companies, or mutual associations, or else to fur nish satisfactory evidence of finan cial ability to pay such compensa tion direct to employes. The re port concludes with a summary rf the situation, in the world of fra ternal insurance, and a statement of the qualifications needed for be successful administration of the de partment. . RIGHT-OF-WAY Walter Mill Co, Wholesale Fruit Produce Arizona's Largest House SIGNING UP! i Preparation for Celebration of Newcomers' Day In clude Visit ' to State House for Yix Hand shaking With Officials. Newcomer's Day will be celebrated for the whole of the Salt river val ley and for Arizona on February 1j. 1913. The committee is making ar rangements to give all the people who have arrived in the state or county within the time beginning January 1, l!li, a chance to meet all of the officials of the state, the "officials of Alaricopa county and of the city of Phoenix. Atany are signing up for the "day." The All States society will be in vited to welcome the guests at the board of trade building at Phoenix where automobiles will assemble und take the visitors and new residents on a "round trip" showing the prin cipal public buildings, the schools and making short stops at many of these places. At the state house it is hoped to secure the attendance of the Gov ernor to welcome the party and there will be cordial handshaking and introductions to everyone. Lod ges, schools, societies, clubs and all other public and semi-public bodies will have representatives in the of ficial group. Addresses of welcome on bfhalf of the state and community will be made by prominent persons and music and other features will be introduced. . The trip going to the Capitol build ing will lie arranged to include points of interest and on the return from the State building other attractions will be inspected. Newcomer's Day is a new way of greeting the latest additions -to the community family and has been very successfully car ried out in two or three important eastern states. February fifteenth is the day for the celebration this year. The birth day of the state is February four teenth but as this dale this . year falls upon a Sunday it has been definitely decided to hold the New comer's Day festivities on the day following, Monday the fifteenth. TWENTY TWO SEEK TO BE NEPHEWS OF ONCLE SAM Just a score and two foreigners will be heard by Judge Sawtelle Saturday morning on their qualifi cations to become members of that great body known a.s American citi zens. It is by special arrangement that his honor is holding naturaliza tion court at ten o'clock Saturday morning, for most of the twenty ap plications were to have been heard on January S. I Press of business, however, pre vented the court from- sitting on these cases. Pretty nearly every nationality, ac ceptable to naturalization courts will be represented in the line-up of ap plicants who face .ludgi Sawtelle. Buy them from the man who knows Crop SENIORS LICKED IN IDE FIRST INTERCLASS GAME BY GOLDBERG ! Walloped, by gosh! ! The Seniors of the high school arej nursing their wrath that was stirred ; by the walloping they received from the hands of the- Juniors on thedia- niond at Polk street yesterday after- j noon. It was a good game and both teams fought hard throughout. The game closed with Brooks of the Sen- j iors on third and the score four to three in favor of the Juniors. The runs were few and far betw een. With Harrison pitching for the Sen iors and Tannehill pitching for the Juniors it was a toss up which would j win until the last out. And it looked like the Seniors were going to tie the lower class but unluckily Ellis missed ;l perfectly good ball and fanned. All the boys played good ball and new material has developed that will help make the Coycte baseball team the best in the state. Walters, Lyall, Tannehill and Mailer starred for the Juniors while lirooks, M'estfall, Ellis pnd Harrison played stellar ball for the Seniors. Ellis' home run in tiie second inning was one of the features of the game. This afternoon the Sophs meet tl.e Freshies on the same grounds at i:4. Score It. H. E. Juniors 4 6 1 Seniors 3 5 0 Uatteries: Tannehil and Walters: Harrison and Anderson. PORTO RICAN SOLONS CONVENE associated press dispatch SAN V AS, Porto Rico, Jan. 1.' ith natives in control of both branches for the first time since the Americans came in possession, the eighth legislative assembly convened Gov. Yager read a message, me he;. -note of which was economy. ECONOMICAL INAUGURATION SACItAAIENTO. Jan. I.'. The ec onomy policy of the administration ; was apparently observed at the in auguration of Governor Johnson and Lieut. -Gov. Eshleman last week. The inauguration committee in the sen ate reported the entire cost of the inauguration was $92. This is one tenth of the average expense. The Planting Fever You are sure to get it, with all this water in sight, and when vou do you can't afford to buy OLIVK imjpk's Won-, sneino- us. We have the Armstrong iXursery stock, admitted fornia. V. to H in. caliper. $300 00 per louo. s to in. caliper, $400.0 per two. to 1 in. caliper. $500.00 per loon. Orange and Grape Fruit Rose Bushes Both Budded and Own Roots. The Agua Fria Fruit Trees Ornamental Plants and Vines 500,000 umbrella, ash and palms Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention Riverside S. Central Ave. Phoenix, FfRST METHODIST REVIVAL WAS WEIL ATTENDED The Hevival services being con ducted by Dr. Laye and Pfatfeuher ger at the First Alethodist church were well attended last night. The singing by chorus and congregation was fine. Air. Pfaffenberger sang a beautiful solo: "Blest Rock of Ages, 1 Am Hiding In Thee.'' Itev. H. 13. De Laye spoke on the theme: "Prisoners of. Hope." The sermon was one of the best the evangelist has yet given. A number of per sons answered the invitation to come forward for prayer at the close of the sermon. The interest is deepening in these metings. Everybody is invited. Ser vice this afternoon at 3:30. Evange listic service for everybody at 7:u'J tonight. BOXER-KILLER TO BE PROSECUTED t ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH SEATTLE. Jan. 12. Prosecuting Attorney Lundin announced tonight hr would file an information to morrow charging manslaughter against Ike Cohen of San Francrsi o. the heavy weight boxer who en gaged in a four round bout Frid.i.' night with Ludwig Anderson, re sulting in the death of Anderson next day. The announcement w.;s made after a conference with the (croner, who declared he was unabie to attend the inquest when the jury exonerated Cohen. The coroner de clared all witnesses at the incU' st were either financially interested in the boxing match of were employes of the promoters. VtMELLI AT FUNERAL PORTLAND, Jan 1'.'. Joinclli, tic grand opera prima donna. sang 'Abide With Ale," at the funeral -t John Harrison, a veteran newspaper n.an. who died on Sunday iu re duced circumstances. Jomelli askt d for the privilege. WEATHER TODAY r ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH WASHINGTON. Jan.- 12. For Ari zona, colder Wednesday night in the northern portion with snow. to be the best m t'ali- Nursery Phone 43 J 2. P. O. 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