THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY HORNING, JANUARY 16, 1915
the trouble : .
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
hop In state. Only expert me
chanics. Work guaranteed.
O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO.
32S-328-330 N. Central
We Serve the
in town, and
have a fine
on our fountain
W. R. Wayland, Mgr.
Phone sn 1 anytime from 7:30 a.
m. to. 10:30 p. m.
Oi.r Owl Brand Almond Soap is sold
3 big cakes' for half -a dollar. Use
one cake, if unsatisfactory, return
the other 2 cakes and we will refund
your money. It's a guaranteed soap.
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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
Ins; brothers Invited
George N. MacBean,
Dictator; Walter R.
Van Tyne. Secretary.
REDEWILL MUSIC CO.
Established in J.m,
224 West' Washington St.
Pianos Rebuilt and Refinished
Of Local Interest
STORED WATER SUPPLY.
Water service report for Jan. 15:
Elevation of water in reservoir,
Contents of reservoir, acre ft. .41ij,0:j
Gain preceding 24 hours, acre
Vfeet 1,1 is
Elevation of water one year
ago today lir.S3
Contents of reservoir one
year ago' today 173,6,".l
X-ormal flow of Salt and Verde
rivers at Granite Reef dam,
M. r 37..120
Normal flow of water for lands
up to year 1,8'JO
Amount of water used for ir
rigation, north side. XI. I l.ittO
Amount of water used for ir
rigation. south side, M. I BUU
LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
6 a.m. 6 p.m.
Temperature, degrees 44
Sensible temperature 38
Humidity per tent 62
Wind direction W
Wind velocity, miles 12
Highest temperature ..
Lowest temperature . . .
Mean relative humidity
Total rainfall 0
Deficiency in temperature yesterday,
Excess in temperature since first of
month, 20 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since January 1. 20 degrees. '
Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .05
Deficiency in rainfall since first of
month, .S3 inch.
Accumulated deficiency in rainfall
since January 1, .S3 inch.
Data for Tucson
Highest temperature, yesterday .... 56
Uuinfall yesterday 0
ROHEP.T T.. BRIGGS,
i Section Director.
COUNTRY CLUB TEA Mrs. Ver
non Cook and Mrs. Roy E. Thomas will
serve at the Country club tea this af
ternoon. NEW NOTARY A notarial com
mission was issued yesterday at the
office of the secretary of state to
Monico Garcia of St. Johns.
HABERLEIN AWAY C. L. Hab-
t-rlein left yesterday for a two weeks
visit with relatives in Kansas City.
On his return, he will take charge
of the optical department of the Xew
Hege & Co. jewelry store.
NOMINATING COMMITTEE The
nominating committee of the board
of trade wiil meet this morning at
nine o'clock to select thirty names
for the members to ballot upon at
the annual meeting Monday night
fifteen directors will be elected.
ACCEPT "INVITE" The house of
representatives'" accepted the board
-of, itttdV , ind -,. tt bttttf) n ual Ui urn-r
in a courteous letter from Chief
Clerk L. 1 Sweeting, yesterday.
Practically the entire legislature will
be present at the meeting Monday-
BY TICKET ONLY Admission to
the board of trade dinner Monday
night will be by ticket only. Tickets
will be on sale at the board
trade up until noon today, when all
the two hundred and seventy-five
places will have been sold.
KILLING UNLICENSED DOGS
Chief of Police George O. Brisbois yes
terday issued instructions to his offi
cers to shoot all unlicensed dogs found
running at large. Many complaints
have been received recently of children
being bitten by stray dogs and Chief
Brisbois recognized that stringent
means must be adopted to meet the sit
uation. PAROTTE LOCATED In The Re
publican yesterday announcement was
made that a brother of Andrew I. Pa
rotte, had written from Memphis,
Tenn., asking information of his
whereabouts. Shortly after 8 o'clock
Parotte appeared at the police station
and announced he was comfortably lo
cated at Park View and had simply
neglected to communicate with his
brother since arriving here.
EN ROUTE TO EXPOSITIONS
Mrs. Mary K. Horbach and daughter.
J. Marie Horbach. who reside near
Cleveland, Ohio, arrived in Phoenix
Monday morning. Thty are on then
way to attend the pacific coast ex
positions, but will spend the remain
der of the' winter in the valley ns
the guests of Mrs. Horbach's daugh
ter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. X.
R. Cooney, who live in the Tolleson
country on the Buckeye road.
SOME BAY HORSE Policeman
Behr yesterday proved himself some
thing of a horseman when he appre
hended an almost "outlaw" bay horse
on West Jefferson street. After half
an hour he succeeded in placing the
unruly steed in the city corral. An
hour later word was telephoned toft the
police station that the horse had
escaped and was a fugitive. As Behr
had no means of knowing the where
abouts of the animal he gave it up as a
20 lbs. of fine granulated sugar for
$1.00, included with every order of
$5.00 worth of merchandise, flour alone
excepted. - .- .
McKEE'S CASH STORE
TENNIS GOODS. Pinney & Robin
Irish colder and Bliss Triumph seed
potatoes, plant early for quick profit
PHOENIX SEED AND FEED CO.
125 East Jefferson
Everybody's asking about it! I
BACK FROM THE SOUTH Cap
tain Cromwell staeey ; inspect or - hr
Elructor, A. X. G. returned yes:erdiy
after a short trip to Yuma.
HERE FROM TUCSON Attorneys
Itlenman, S. L. Kingan and Eugene S.
Ives of Tucson were in the city yes
terday on . legal business.
BACK FROM COAST Attorney
Leon Jacobs returned last night from
a business trip to the coast. He
appeared in several legal cases in
which he is interested while there.
LOWE LEAVES C. D. Lowe, a spe
cial postal inspector, who has been
working in Pnoenix fo two weeks, left
last night fo his headquarters in Los
There are undelivered telegrams at the
Western Union" Telegraph offices for
the following: Alex Webster, Dr. A. H.
Vondrocek, Roseo Broyles, o. H. Lock,
Dixie O'Rrien and Mrs. C. P. Cross.
IN SUPREME COURT The act
ions brought by Charles Davis, ap
pellant, vs.- V, . .A. Tway. appellee,
and the Oeeanio Gold Mining com
pany, appellants.' against ' Albert
Steinfeld, appellee, were argued yes
terday in the supreme court.
MONEY FROM COCONINO A
check for $76,525.84 was received yes-
terday by State Treasurer Sirams
from the treasurer of Coconino coun
ty. This represents the amount due
to cover the sinking fund and in
terest on the county debt.
PAUL ALB RECHT Paul Albrecht
of Philadelphia, a brother of Mrs. G.
E. Noll, is visiting phoenix. He will
emain here for several weeks. Mr. i
Albrecht has become an extensive
real estate owner in both phoenix
ON SAD ERRAND J. M. Cabell
of Oolirtlaiid was a Phoenix visitor
yesterday en route to Ray to get
the body of his son, who was drown
ed in the flood at that point. The
remains will be brought to Phoenix
ORCHESTRA ENGAGED An
orchestra, to be collected under th,e di
rection of the Redewitls, and composed
of local musicians of the highest class.
will render the music fur the banquet
it the Adams Monday night, when the
board of trade exchanges leaders in an
WITH NEW ASSESSORS The
state tax commission yesterdav held a
conference with the newly elected as
sessors relative to those matters per
taining specifically to theif" several
counties, which were not taken up at
the recent conference. Six counties
elected new assessors at the November
ADAMS ARRIVALS Mrs. A. B.
Durst, San Diego, Cal.; Miss Kather-
ine B. Durst, San Diego: O. V. Win
nie, San Diego; M. G. O. Hard. San
Francisco; II. Martin, San Francisco;
J. H. Dickey, New York: B. W. Har
ris, Huntsville. Ala.: S. R. Cruse,
Huntsville, Ala.; Geo. Bean, San
Francisco; W. H. Rocke, Tucson:
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Rogers, Long
Beach: E. S. Ives. Tucson: Mr. and
Mrs. M. W. Foster, Evansville, Ind.;
S. K. Anderson. El Paso; A. Mi
chael and wife. New York: J. S. V.
Haymarket, Gunnison, Ohio; AV. J.
D ISC H A RG E D .F R 0 M . . (J STQDY
Ben Pasqualetli. an Italian, who had
been arrested charged with threaten
ing to kill one John Murlo, with
whom he had formerly been in busi
ness, was discharged from custody
yesterday by Justice of the Peace
Johnstone. The two men had former
ly been in business together. Murk
selling out to Pasqualetti, promising
not to engage in business again
Murlo has done so, and it is claimed
that Pasqualetti threatened to kill
him if he didnot quit at once.
lYiAnniMtjt LiotiNst a marriage
license was issued yesterday to Geo.
II. Rogers, aged 21, and Rosina Wil
liams, aged 15, both of Maricopa
One of the most successful of the
revival meetings wa-s held at the
First Methodist church last evening.
The music at all times in these
meetings has been fine, but last night
Mr. Pfaffenberger arranged for two
choirs. The regular choir was so
much larger than usual that the lofts
could not accommodate the singers
l ne iirst inree row s or seats, in
front of the pulpit, were filled with
boys and girls of the. Sunday school,
who sang so beautifully and earnest
ly, that the congregation could not
refrain from freely cheering the
Mr. Pfaffenberger sang, "Is the Sa
vior Who. Loves You Yours?" Rev
DeLaye prea,ched from the text.
"Thou fool this night, thy soul shall
be required of thee." Rev. DeLaye
gets stronger in his preaching as the
meetings continue. There will be no
services this afternoon or evening.
Sunday morning Rev. DeLaye will
talk to the Sunday school during, the
regular Sunday school hour. He will
also preach at the regular Sunday
morning service hour, 11:30.
A ; special service for women only,
will be held Sunday afternoon at
GUNS for rent. Pinney & Robin
ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH
XKYV YORK, Jan. 15 The stock
market recovered considerably from
the inertia of the early part of ' the
week. Dealings were larger and the
shares made little progress and wre
under, pressure throughout. Most
prominent internationals, particularly
transcontinental, metal stocks and
steel reflected this, Canadian Pa
cific being a notable exception. Im
portant gains were confined chiefly
to special class stocks, some shoe
ing evidence of pool manipulations.
Forecasts another large cash
gain by local banks brought a re
duction of sixty and ninety day
loans to 3- per cent, and all longer
loans on a SVs Pr cent basis. An
other advance in ..wheat .options, to
the highest in some years emphasi
zed the immense shipments of food
stuffs the current week. Indications
suggest -another huge excess of . ex-
WITH FLARE SKIRT
Vi A Ji4
A severity of line and trimming o
brilliant rhine.itones are features of
this restaurant gown of Russian
green velvet. The skirt of this froc':
is short and flares, but its suppleness
does away with any bulky effect
Roses shading from a pi:.!; lo a deep
red trim the skirt.
ports over the imports for the week.
Bank clearings vvere more normui
in leading reserve centers. The bond
market broadened with increase!
iemand at higher prices for various
convertible issues including Southern
Pacific. Total sales represented a
par value of J2.42T.OOU.
Silver, 4!l; Electrolytic, l;;t!2 to S7,
Amalgamated. 55t'4; Sinetiiii;. 00',8:
Santa Ke, !G; St. Paul. SS'A: New
York Central, Sfj'id; Pennsylvania,
105: Reading, 14Ti: Southern
Pacific, 85; Inion Pacific, 11H; Steel,
51 V) ; Preferred, V',.
Boston Copper Market
- " - ' Bid.
Calumet & l it da ..
Copper Range ...
Dajy,. West.. ,
Lake Copper ....
Mass. Copper . . .
Nevada Cons. ...
Osceola . '
. . . --i "4
Old Dominion 42
Wolverine . ...
Utah 'opper . . .
don't miss this
for easy sav
& Trust Co.
Hazels Some of the girls know
Ask thcta !
We sell the-kind of
clothes that will
help you to believe
in yourself and
will make other
people believe in
Turn in at
The Qualify Drug
You can do no better Special Safe
on Toilet Soap the kind that works
well in this hard water.
Elvey & Hulett
N. V. Cor. Adams and 1st Ave.
I hoenix Phone 411 & 441
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. Diehl Shoe Co.
8 W. Washington St.
HAIR GOODS FOR SALE
Ladies' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing,
Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair
Dressing; Expert Chiroporists, all
foot troubles removed. Moles and
wirta removed by electricity.
SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY
39 East Adams Street
S- H ' O- E' S
and Ilosiery That's all.
Harry A. Drachmas
22 West Adams St.
HAS FREE HAND IN
BUILDING UP YANKS
1 .i - - J
Stock the largest Ever received
in the Valley, and are offer
ing them for 30c
Extra choice, clean, straight 7 ft. posts.
This special price of 30c on posts really worth 35c
to 40c is to stimulate fence building. Remember,
we are agents for PAGE woven-wire fencing.
Bennett Lumber Company
'To make your wire fence last, just buy PAG-E
THEN TAKE THE
Golden State Limited
Premier Train of the Southwest
THE DIRECT LINE OF LOWEST ALTITUDES
Arizona Eastern Railroad
Southern Pacific Company
El Paso & Southwestern System
Rock Island Linei
General Passenger Agent,
El Paso. Texas.
221 W. Jefferson St.
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 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."
DEMAND STANDARD BRANDS
ARIZONA BEST RIPE
Munger Bros. Co.
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 monev.
CAVILEER & CO.,
108 E. Adams. Phone 1829
Been "Going Up" for 33 Years
in the estimation of the Salt River Valley
The National Bank of Arizona
Second Ave. and Jackson
E. S. WAKELIN
Regular Meals, 35 Centi.
Short Orders All Night.
33 North Center, Phoenix.
Yee Sing, Proprietor.
Under new management.
Give us a trial 1
faC I Bank &
W . Trust Co.
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j Cotton Growers, Attention Buy
your cotton field machinery at
!;KUNZ BROS. & MESSINGER
and save money. Let us show
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