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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY .16, 1915
NIGHT SCENE AT THE SAN DIEGO EXPO
Night crowd at San Diego exposition.
The Panama-Pacific exposition at San Diejro is now in full blast and
thousands crowd the grounds day and night. This photo was taken from
the Science and Education buildinp, looking toward the Foreign and Do
mestic Arts and Commerce and Industries buildings. The picture was -taken
not by flashlight but by the glare of lamps. This is the center of the
GUARANTY GOES WITH
THE IB CLU
FOOLS CHICKENS; CHICAGOAN INSTALLS
ELECTRIC LIGHTS, HENS WORK OVERTIME
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Interior and exterior views of Newell's chicken house. .
George G. Newell of Chicago says he has increased the daily average
of his 150 hens from 20 to S3 ens by lighting their coop with electricity.
He expects to increase this average to-an egg every other day from each
hen. Without the lights Newell says the fowls eai less and retire earlier.
"Witness in Famous Garcia
Case Said to Have Been
Released by Friends of
Convicted Man, Fearing
Freed from the county jail, where, he
has been held for 19 months, technical
ly as a witness, Ignacio Martinez was
immediately rearrested yesterday on a
felony charge, which, according to
County Attorney F. H. Lyman, will be
pressed to the limit.
Martinez was the incriminating wit
ness in the case of the state against
Garcia, who is now under sentence of
death for the murder of Officer Harris
in the railroad yards here a year and a
half ago. Lyman stated last night it
was friends of Garcia, working in order
to get Alartinez out of the way, who
had invoked the habeas, corpus in his
behalf. Martinez, he said, did not care
about getting out of jail. He is a "bad
rftjmbre", with charges of robbery and
assault hanging over his head. All the
while he was being held as a witness,
he understood that he would be spared
prosecution under the two felony
charges if be would spehk on the Har
ris incident. As the Garcia people are
appealing the case to the supreme
court, Martinez was still being held as
a witness when friends of Garcia got
him out. The understanding that ex
isted between Martinez and the prose
cutor was broken, when Martinez was
freed yesterday, and now he faces a
prison term for having, as it is alleged,
robbed a man named Connory. An as
sault upon a woman is another charge
that may be pressed against him.
An attempt was made at the time of
Martinez' first detention as a witness,
to get him out on bond, but he could
not furnish the money, and so, was
compelled to remain in jail. Sympathy
for his so-called undeserved 19 months
in the county jail, was said to be the
reason for the invoking of habeas cor
pus proceedings, but the county feels
that it was merely an attempt to get
the man out of the way before the case
of Garcia comes up on appeal.
Irish cobler and Bliss Triumph seed
potatoes. Plant early for quick profit.
PHOENIX SEED AND FEED CO.
125 East Jefferson
You Can Now Choose
A McDougall-Cassou Suit or Overcoat
Suits and Overcoats
Suits and Overcoats
$37.50 $30.00 values, now $22.50
$33.25 $25.00 values, now $18.75
$30.00 $20.00 values, now ' $15.00
$26.25, $15.00 values, now 811.25
Buy Trousers Now at a 25 Saving
PHOENIX AD CLUB
PROGRAM MONDAY, JAN. 18
American Kitchen, 12:10 P. M.
The Ailv.eilisins Phoenix Will Ueeeive by the f.tibin Co.
How arid Why" Romaine Fielding
Dishonest Advertising and Legislation
T. T. Powers, House of Representatives
"A holenle Hardware Man's Idea of How to Operate a
a Dry (; 'ls Store, With Special Attention Given to the
the Advertising"! .H. K. Hehn, Arizona Haniware Supply Company
"Operating a fjiocery store From a Clothing Man's View
point'' . ...M. ft. Murray, The Hi Dougall-Cassou Co.
"How I Think a Hardware Store liusinesa Should He Con
ducted and Advertised."
leneral Manager, New York Store S. W. Marto
Eyes and Paint Are Considered, and
Col. Coggin; Has a Double Cele
l bration at Yesterday's
i "Paint" and "Eyes" were the sub
jects presented for the consideration
of the Rotary club yesterday by L.
C. Taylor and Dr. D. D. Northrup, who
read the service papers. The meeting
was held at the Adams hotel.
; A combined birthday party and the
nineteenth wedding anniversary of
Col. L. W. Coggins was one of the
features of the meeting, yesterday be
ing the anniversary of both of those
important events. After a presenta
tion speech by Rotarian Blair, Col.
Coggins was made the recipient of a
cake with nineteen burning candles.
Among the visitors were Postoffice
Inspectors C. F. Button and C. P.
Lowe, both of whom referred to the
rapid growth of Phoenix as shown
by postoffice receipts and needs, and
compared the present force of the
Phoenix office with that of six and
one-half years ago.
Other guests of the club at yes
terday's luncheon were: Representa
tive William Marlar of Flagstaff, W.
Ti. Howard of Colorado, Ernest W.
Lewis, Manager Savage of the Phoenix
way to heal
your SKin with
If you are suffering from eczema,
t ringworm or similar itching, red, ,
unsightly skin affection, bathe the
I sore places with Resinol Soap and J
hot water, then gently apply a
little Resinol Ointment. You will
be astonished how instantly the
itching stops and healing begins.
In most cases the sick skin quickly
becomes clear and healthy again,
at very little cost.
Resinol Ointment is so nearly flesh-
lunds or other exposed surface with-
- out attracting undue attention.
Resinol Ointment and Resinol Soap also
clear away pimples, blacklieads, and dandruff.
Sold by all druggists ; tor trial free, write U
Kesiuol, Dept. iAS, Hiltoiore, Md.
GREAT SALES IN OTHER DEPARTMENTS
The. semi-annual sale of broken
lines now goinj; on. Shoe
values up to $4.00, at $2.85
Shoe values up to $5.00,
Shoe values up to $7.00,
A i'ood range of sizes
A large lot of broken lines in
Shirts. Former $3.50. $3.00,
$2.50, $2.00 and $1.50 values
Earl and Wilson Arrow
Quaker City Shirts
All our stock of heavy Un
derwear (exceptiiii Dr. Dci
niel Linen Mesh) now bein
(Includes Union Suits)
cOoygall and Cassou
30-32 West Washington
agency of the Remington Typewriter
company, C. H. Churchill, ('. H.
Churchill, Jr., E. T. Esgate of the
Valley bank. Judge Blenman of Tuc
son. The prizes for the week were award
ed to A. C. Taylor, L. W. Coggins
and W. S. Heflin. A. G Hulett, who
brought along his pestle on purpose
for a gavel, presided
ASH FORK DEPOT IS
ROBBED; MAIL TAKEN
that assessments of merchandise
stocks hereafter be based on 75 per
cent, of inventory values, the state
tax commission yesterday officially
Informed that assessments for the
year 1915 will be based upon the full
inventory value, and proceeded to de
fine the same.
On account of difference of opin
ion among merchants as to the defi
nition of the term, "inventory value,"
the eonimmission has defined the
term for taxation purposes as "the
original invoice price plus freight, less
that depreciation taken into account
at time inventory is made and repre
senting the actual or estimated value
of each item set against it."
The decision to assess merchandise
stoeks on the same basis as last year
was reached at the recent conference
of county assessors and the tax com
mission. Forms for assessors, including mer
chants' affidavits, bank statements,
livestock and widows' affidavits, were
being sent out yesterday by the com
A HAREM'S PRICE
Clerk Mr. Goldbug, as I am
marry I would like more salary.
Boss How much do you want?
Clerk Ten dollars a week.
Boss My gracious! How many wn
men are you going to marry?
; Irish cohler and Bliss Triumph seed
j potatoes. Plant early for quick proiit
j PHOENIX SICIiD AND FFED CO. ',
1?5 East Jefferson
Robber Breaks in and After Looking
Through Office, Cuts Open Mail ;
Pouches Inspector on Trail j
(Special to The Republican)
ASH FORK, Jan. l.". An unknown
robber entered the Santa Fe depot ;
here last night, and after ransacking
the place, slashed open a numlier of '
mail pouches, apparently with no
other object than to abstract a few
letters. Registered and valuable mail
matter was locked up at the time
and was not disturbed.
Inspector C. F. Dutton left last
night for Ash Fork to investigate the
robberj-, which was reported to the
Phoenix postoffice yesterday. Infor
mation that reached here during the t
day had it no great loss was sus
tained. A number of letters, addressed
to Phoenix, were taken, however.
NEW PHASE OF COTTON
(Continued from Pasa One.)
to were requisitioned. The Taurus,
Antares and Tyr, it is believed, are still
being detained. The Regina d'ltalia
has been released and allowed to pro
ceed with her copper. The owner of
the Ascot and Tabor desire that their
cargoes be returned to the United
Eight vessels were detained in No
vember. Of these the Prosper, Mira
michi, Uller, and Joseph W. Fordney,
have been allowed to proceed. The Al
fred Nobel, Bjornstjerne Bjonsen and
Fram are still held.
In December seven vessels were de
tained, of theni the Zamora, Augusta
and Canton were permitted to proceed.
Dispositions of the Arkansas. Gallileo,
Ran, Norheim and other four have not J
been made public.
IS NOW DEFINED
Tax Commission Informs M. & M.
. That Assessments Will Be Made
. on Same Basis as Last Year
' Replying to the request of the Mer
chants & Manufacturers' association
The Big Fire Sale
of Barnett's Stock
214 E. Washington Street
Florsheim Shoes $2.00
Regular $4.50 and $5.00 Values
Regular $2.00 Values at
Regular $1.50 Values at
214 E. WASHINGTON STREET
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