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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1915
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('!iiil'rl Kinw Hearings arc- usoil on all J. T. '"mm- Disr Harrows-, Wo can fur-i-ish
ifiii wiih or without tonjruc trucks, cutaways, taruKni, and r e versa ble
JIaiTou.s. See us before you buy.
1:1-1:;'! i:. Washington st.
The Man in Overalls
Tin- t'tiizrns Stair J-iank welt-uines
tin M:m ill overalls t orUia II y, whole
b''ar!"ill'. We weKonie bis wife
w e wclfini'. his children. U is with
us a matter of pride that we waUii
. or the welfare of the -Man in Ov
eralls. We like to sec him at our
i la uU. We want him to keep here
his hard eirned llars. The hard
bands of honest labor are more hon
orable than the soft hamlh of dis
honorable innoienre.
CITIZENS STATE BANK
Phoenix, Arizona.
THEN TAKE THE
Golden State Limited
Premier Train of the Southwest
Via
THE DIRECT LINE OF LOWEST ALTITUDES
Arizona Eastern Railroad
Southern Pacific Company
El Paso & Southwestern System
Rock Island Lines
Unexcelled for
COMFORT
SPEED
GARNETT KING,
General Passenger Agont,
El Paso, Texas.
Amusements
tiiiMiiiiiDara
W LION THEATER TODAY Vfc
"MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY"
And an Old-Time Race Horse Picture
"REDBIRD WINS"
ARIZONA
Tuesday,
"WHERE
COLISEUM
10c and 20c.
IMPRESS
Imara
egale
THAYER.
127-133 E. Adams
Going
East?
-SAFETY
I he iotu I'.i'isode or tue if
"Wednesday and Thursdev
THE TRAIL DIVIDES"
Today Three human Kids, Collins
ind Abbott, the two Itussells, four
reels of the best Mutual movies.
Marguerite Clark, in
WILDFLOWER
Friday and Saturday
Coming
Geo. Klein's (Jreat Production of
"JULIUS CAESAR"
THE LASS 0' KILLIKRANKE
A Comedy Urania in Two Parts
Prices: 5c and 10c
STOCK GROWERS
GREAT MEETING
Issued for Eighteenth
Annual Convention of the
American' National Live
Stock Association at San
Francisco, March 24
A call lias been issued fur the
eighteenth annual convention of the
American National Live Stock con
vention to be held at San Francisco
beginning March 24. This will un
doubtedly lie the most important and
most largely attended convention in
the history of the association. The
call follows:
To Members and All Live-Stock As
sociations and Live-Stock Pro
ducers: Call is hereby made for the Eight
eenth Annual Convention of the
American Live Stock Association, to
be held in Hall A, first floor, of Ex
position Memorial Auditorium. San
Francisco, California. March 24. 25
and 26, 11115; convening at 10 o'clock
a m. on Wednesday,
morning sessions only.
At oar last annaul
was decided to hold our
March 24;
meeting it
11)15 conven-
lion in San Francisco
during the
Panama-Pacific International Exposi
tion, at a (late to be fixed by the
executive committee. It lias been
customaiy to hold our annual meet
ings in January, hut, owing to the
fact that the exposition does not open
until February 20, PUS, it became
necessary to fix a later date, and the
executive committee, after consider
ing the dales of other annual live
stock meetings to he held early in
Hie year, selected the above as the
most convenient for the majority of
o "ir members.
The live-stock industry was never
confroiitec with more serious prob
lems. It is passing through a very
widespread attack of foot-and-mouth
disease. Railroads are proposing
largely to advance their rates on live
stock and its products. Range condi
tions j, re yearly becoming more un
satisfactory. The cost of raising and
maturing live stock has increased. Im
i orta ions of meats have affected
prices. The war in Europe has seri
ously disturbed all commercial condi
tions in this country.
Among the many subjects for con
sideration at our convention are: fed
eral ,- ntrol of the semi-arid, unap
propriated, public grazing lands: va
rious land hills before congress; ad
ministrate n of forest reserves: iail
- -ad rates-, and service; delays at
terminals; eases pending before the
Interstate Commerce Commission re
garding live-stock rates: valuation in
iive-stock contracts; suppression of
foot-and-mouth and other infectious
diseases, and appropriation by con
gress lor same: sanitary regulations;
meat inspection law; importation of
live stock and meats; inspection of
imported meats, hides, and wool; pro
hibitive tax on oleomargarine: financ
ing of live stock loans: reports of of
ficers and standing committees.
These and other questions will be
discussed by men prominent in the
live-stoek world. An unusually inter
esting program is being arranged, of
ficers of the Bureau of Animal Indus
try and the forest service, and other
federal officials, will lie present at
our eoneention.
Hon. Woodrow Wilson, president,
ill probably attend one of our ses
sions and deliver an address.
Only morning sessions will be held,
which will leave the afternoons and
evenings for sight-seeing.
Very low rates have been granted
to the exposition by the railroads
from all points. Tickets on sale from
and after March 1, return limit three
months from date of sale. On ail
tickets the railroads will grant a
side trip to San Diego. California,
where another exposition, called the
Panama-California Exposition, will be
held during the entire year of 1915.
The California Cattlemen's Protec
tive association will hold its annual
meeting at the Exposition Memorial
"TIZ" FOB ACHING,
SORE, TIRED FEET
"TIZ" for Tender, Puffed-up, Burn
ing, Calloused Feet
and Corns
"Sure! I use TIZ
every time for any
foot trouble."
You can be
me. Cse "TIZ
happy-footed just like
and never suffer witli
tender, raw. burning
len. tired, smelly feet
blistered, swol
"TIZ" ond only
"TIZ" takes the pain and soreness
out of corns, callouses and bunions.
As soon as you put your feet in a
"TIZ'' bath, you Just feel the happi
ness soaking in. How good your poor,
old feet feel. They want to dance for
joy. "TIZ" is grand. "TIZ" instantly
draws out all the poisonous exudations
which puff up your feet and cause
sore, inflamed, aching, sweaty, smelly
feet.
Oct a 25 cent box- of "TIZ" at any
drug store or department store,
instant foot relief. Laugh at
Get
foot
sufferers who complain. Because your
feel are never, never going to bother
or make you limp any more,
Auditorium on Tuesday, March 23,
1915, the day previous to our con
vention. That association has made
extensive preparations for the enter
tainment of our members, delegates,
and their families.
The exposition officials have de
signated March 26 as American Na
tional Live Stock Association Day at
the exposition grounds, and special
entertainment features are being ar
ranged for that day. During our con
vention there will be a live-stock ex
hibit at the grounds.
The Exposition Memorial Auditor
ium, where ur convention will be;
held, occupies the entire block bounded
by drove, Larkin, Hayes, and Polk
streets, in the Civic Center, directly
adjacent to Market street, and easily
accessible from all points. The ex
position grounds can be reached by
car lines running direct from the
Auditorium.
This association will maintain an
office in San Francisco from January
15, 1915. until after our convention, at
Room 5H4, Sharon building, 55 Xew
Montgomery street, opposite the Pal
ace hotel.
Those desiring hotel reservations
should write to Secretary Tomlinson.
504 Sharon Building, San Francisco,
stating as nearly as possible the kind
of accommodation desired.
All stock men are cordially invited
to attend our convention.
II. A. JASTRo.
President. .
T. W. TOMLlNSoN,
Secret a ry.
MS IB M Ml'
IDHUfS SHEIK
And
P.
that is Why the Half Hundred
G. & E. Folks Got Together
for the Spread Saturday.
II' Art Kick hadn't hutted in and
Kicked about the lights being out at
the Empress, everything would have
been perfect, lint it was a lovely party
in spite of Rick, that dinner of the
Pacific (las & Electric company em
ployes at the American Kitchen Sat
urday evening.
More than fifty were t here. Every
body who works fur the gas company
and was not kept away by unavoida
ble duties at the plant, was right on
deck with his hair in a braid. Even
the boys at the plant enjoyed an oxer
flow of the festivity, for enough cigars
to keep tiiem smoking for a week were
sent down.
It was some feed followed by
some entertainment.. The entertain
ment was put on by the gas men them
selves with r.o outside assistance ex
cept that givep by Miss Drena Mack,
who sang "Tipperary" and a few other
of her famous "Yip" songs.
Albert H. Fitz was the toastmaster.
Everybody ho remembers the popular
music of a few years ago remembers
I he name of Albert H. Fitz, composer
of "Won't You Le -My Honey in
Honeysuckle Time?" and dozens of
other famoush hits, but tile big world
back east does not know that he is
working for a gas company in Phoenix.
He is and he was tile witty, bubbly
toastmaster of t hat d inner last night.
He sang several of his own songs,
one paraphrased to give a humorous
twist to the troubles of the P. ;. at E.
collector.
Talks were made and stories were
V. (-. Hornberger, John Downey, C.eo- I
r u-i,,i..,i i-tp Uin unil others I
Everybody agreed that it wouldn't be
long before they got together for an
other dinner, entertainment and gen
eral taikfest just like it.
Hire a little salesman at The lie
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than ynu can.
ZUDDRA ' IS COMING
TO THE LION THEATER
Headed by t he beautiful actress.
Margu irite Snow, and with a support
ing company or 100U people, "Zudora"
will make her bow to Phoenix next
Wednesday and Thursday, and every
week thereafter for twenty weeks.
Daniel Carson Goodman is the author
of "Zudora" which has been novelized
by Harold MoGrath and produced by
the Thanhaiiser players.
"Zudora" is diferent from most se
rial films, inasmuch as it is composed
of 20 episodes of two reels each week,
but each episode is a complete story
with a master plot running through
the entire series.
Every installment will reveal a com
plete episode from the life of beautiful
Zudora the mystic, girl detective
whose powers of deduction and scien
tifii analysis seem superhuman. In
each of these 20 episodes you will wit
ness the baffling mysteries which de
velop in Zudora's life. You will see the
cunning Zudora display more genius
than Sherlock Holmes of Leeoq. You
will see her use the newest methods of
science the X-ray, liquid air, novel
electrical appliances in her daring at
tempt to solve weird mysteries. The.se
scenes will not only be an extraordi
nary recital of adventure, hut and edu
cation as well.
"Zudora" will begin at the Lion the
ater on Wednesday and Thursday. Jan
uary -0-21, and the entire series will
be shown at the Lion and always on
Wednesday and Thursday evenings.
o
HOMESTEAD PATENTS
ISSUE TO ARIZOMNS
Homestead patents will be available
this morning for eight sturdy tillers of
the soil, who have qualified for the
ownership of portions of the public
domain. Register T. F. Weedin of the
general land office has a sheaf of pat-
I ent papers ill his office for Itoliert R.
Nelson. W. J. Flake. Maude MeOnde,
I the heirs of Hilda C. Marlesen, M. J.
Daniels, Joseph Bell and F, Bunker,
GREAT CROWDS
REAR DE LAYE
Methodist Revival Yester
day Resulted in Over Seventy-five
Conversions
The Services Extended
Through This Week
Yesterday was one of the biggest
days in the revival services Phoenix
has ever seen. The revival at the
First Methodist church conducted by j
evangelists DeLaye and i-iaitenber-ger
leached a high water mark both
in interest and direct results. All
during the past week the interest
has been growing and intensifying
and a large number have taken a
definite stand for Jesus Christ. Yes
terday four large services were held
resulting in a forward movement of
over one hundred and fifty persons
with over seventy-five out and out
conversions.
In the morning a special service
was held for the Sunday school and
Evangelist DeLaye made a strong
appeal for decisions for Christ which
resulted in a large number of con
versions. At the regular morning
service DeLaye spoke from the text:
"What will you then do with Jesus?"
The large congregation was greatly
affected and a number responded to
the call. At 3::tn DeLaye delivered
his sermon on "Mother. Home and
Heaven," to a, great congregation of
women only. Again a number of
decisions were made for Christ. Then
at the night service the evangelist
spoke of the "Prodigal Boy." His ap
peal was especially strong and quite
a number walked forward and sur
rendered their lives to Christ among
the number was a large majority of
men.
The solo work of Mr. Pfaffenberger
is splendid and his appeals in song
never fail to reach the hearts of all.
As leader of the choir he has suc
ceeded in organizing what is perhaps
the finest and largest chorus choir
ever heard in the city. The music is
always inspiring. At the morning
service Mr. Pfaffenberger sang as a
solo: "That Sweet Story fit Old." At
the women's service he sang: "Just
for Today."
vice his solo
Way."
A few of
follow:
" am not
mid at the night ser
was, "Lead Me All the
Mr. DeLaye's remarks
going to ask you why
you came here in sin
to ask you why you
but I am going
will leave here
in sin."
"I there's anything I detest it's a
kicker. Reminds me of an old mule
with his heels in the air."
"I haven't it in for you brother but
it's that old cussedness in you. If I
could neat I hat out of you I'd just
as soon run witlt you as anyone
else."
"I don't give a snap of my finger
whether you like the way I preach
or not. If I thought that soothing
syrup would save a man I'd go get
the whole output of Mrs. Winslow's
factory and then at every service I'd
take up a collection to get more
soothing syrup.
don't need any
The most of you
soothing syrup you
need the devil beaten out of you."
"The 'I wills' are going to heaven
the 'I won'ts' are going straight
to hell."
"I hate the devil. I'll hit him ev
ery chance I get. If I can't get in a
lick, on his head 1 11 slam him on
the tail."
Services will be conducted every
night this week at 7:30 at the First
Methodist church.
o
BUY CHANGE NAME TO
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
"Moved that we change the name
to The Chamber of Commerce, Phoe
nix. Arizona."
This is the motion that will be
submitted to the membership of the
board of trade tonight at the annual
meeting, dinner and election of of
ficers. The present organization was
instituted in 1S99 and has a splendid
record for efficiency.
No doubt under the new name, if
adopted, the. work will go forward
with added vim and vigor. There are
many big tasks confronting the city
and it is up to some big organization
representing the entire community to
take the initial steps and carry
through the big undertakings.
if the several thousand development
organizations in the United States the
division is about equal on the ques-
jtion of name, half of them are working
under the title Chamber of Commerce
and the other half goes along with
the label Board of Trade. Many
moves have been made to make the
naming of organizations more in con
formity with their work but so far
the attempts have been absolute fail-
iures.
Whether it is Board of Trade or
Chamber of Commerce makes but lit
tle difference. It is the men behind
that do the work.
TO ABOLISH TAX ON
LOAN ASSOCIATIONS
Officials of Phoenix Building and Loan
Association Will Frame Bill to
Give Relief
Preliminary to drafting a bill de
signed to relieve building and loan
associations of the tax on their capi
tal stock, officials of what was form
erly the Phoenix Building and Loan
Association met in conference Willi the
I"
state tax commission Saturday and
20 Lbs. Sugar
& oo
With $5,00 Worth of Other Groceries
Arizona Grocery
Company
d'M E. "Washington
obtained the commission's endorsement
of the plan.
When the existing law taxing the
capital stock of building and loan as- i
sociations went into effect a year ago 1
the Phoenix association transferred its'
affairs to the Home Builders and j
ceased doing business. The three !
other associations in the state, at Tue- .
son, Bisbee. and Nogales, are still in
operation, but have been severely i
handicapped by the new law. j
As soon as the new measure is pre-'
pared, it will be submitted to the
tax commission for approval and then '
introduced in the legislature. C. F. j
A ins worth, R. II. Greene, Vernon L. 1
Cook, and J. L. Gust represented the j
former building and loan association
atj the conference with the commission.
NOT COM STOCK -DEFYING DAN
"Some of the -weddings must make
Cupid laugh in his sleeve," remarks !
;. newspaper cynic. Not the Cupid j
hose pictures we've seen. Leaven
worth Times.
o
IN THE LOVE MARKET
Jack Then you don't take much
stock in me?
Betty Oh, yes I do.
Jack Preferred ?.ew York Tri
bune. NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE OF
REAL ESTATE
IX THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF ARIZONA, IX AND
FOR MARICOPA COCNTY
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF ROSARIA LEON MARTINEZ,
Deceased. No. 1923.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
in pursuance of an order of the above
entitled court, made in the above en
titled matter, on the 5th day of Jan
uary. 1915, the undersigned, as admin
istrator, w ill sell at private sale to the
highest bidder for cash, the following
described real estate:
An undivided One-half (".!,) interest
in and to the Northeast Quarter (Vi) of
Section Twenty-Six (26). in Township
One (1) North, Range Two 2 East,
Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian,
in Maricopa County, Arizona.
The sale will be made on or after
January 25th, 1915, subject only to the
confirmation of said sale as by law pro
vided; and bids will be received at the
office of Alexander & Christy, 311
Fleming Building, City of Phoenix,
State of Arizona.
APOLON'IO MARTINEZ,
Administrator of the Estate of Rosaria
Leon Martinez, Deceased.
Dated January 9th, 1915.
NOTICE
Pursuant to the provisions of
Chapter III. Title XXVI. Civil Code,
Revised Statutes of Arizona, 1913,
entitled "Junes and Jurrors," notice
is hereby given that I have this
day received from the Clerk of the
Board of Supervisors and filed in
my office a duly certified copy of
the list of persons qualified to serve I
as jurors i i Maricopa County, State
of Arizona, and that I have this
day notified the County Recorder of
Maricopa County and the Chairman
of the Board of Supervisors of Mari
copa County, State of Arizona, to
attend at the court room of the Su
perior Court in the court house of
Maricopa County, or the room in
which such court is held, on Mon
day, January 18, 1915. at the hour
of 1:00 P. M., for the purpose of
selecting the names of persons to
servo as grand and trial jurors.
.Witness my hand and the seaf of
said court this 14th day of January,
1915.
(Seal) JAMES DULLER. JR.,
Clerk of the Superior Court of Mari
copa County, State of Arizona.
o
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
of
WESTERN MORTGAGE COMPANY
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS that v.e, the undersigned,
have this day voluntarily associated
ourselves together for the purpose of
forming a corporation under the laws
of the State of Arizona, and we hereby
certify:
I.
The name of said corporation Is
WESTERN MORTGAGE COMPANY.
II.
The name, residence and post-office
address of each of the incorporators is
as follows:
Name: Lloyd E. Sturges, residence
and post-office address: 423 N. Second
St., Albuquerque, N. M.
Name: George Roslington, residence
and post-office address: 305 N.
Twelfth St., Albuquerque, N. M.
Name: J. W. Hesseldcn, residence
I and post-office address. Wagon Mound,
New Mexico.
III.
The principal place of business of the
corporation in the State of Arizona
shall be at the City of Phoenix', in the
Comity of Maricopa, State of Arizona,
and O. A. Kane, of Phoenix, Arizona, is
hereby appointed as agent of said cor
poration on whnm process may bo
served in the State of Arizona,
Phone -t.j.'t
The Company may also maintain a
place of business at Albuquerque, New
Mexico, and may have such other of
fices within or without the State of
Arizona as may be established by the
Board of Directors, and meetings of the
stock-holders and Board of Directors
may be held at any such offices or
places of business.
IV.
The general nature of the business
proposed to be transacted is to buy and
sell mortgages, stocks, bonds and all
other kinds of commercial paper; to
buy, sell, mortgage and lease real es
tate; to carry on a real-estate busi
ness; to act as insurance agents and
brokers: to sell investment bonds and
to do such other acts and things as
may be necessary to carry out the pur
pose of said corporation.
V.
The amount of the capital stock of
said corporation shall be one hundred
thousand dollars ($100,000), divided
into one hundred thousand shares of
the par value of one dollar ($1.00) each,
of which ninety thousand (90,0n0)
shares shall lie preferred stock and ten
thousand (lO.OOO) shares shall be com
mon stocn; and said stock shall be is
sued fully paid and non-assessable at
such time or times as the board of di
rectors may from time to time desig
nate in exchange for cash, proper ser
vices or other valuable rights or tilings,
and the judgment of the board of di
rectors as to the value thereof shall be
conclusive. The relative rights of the
two classes of stock shall be as follows:
(a) Owners of preferred stock shall
have no voice in the management of
the corporation. Owners of common
stock shall be entitled to participate in
all stock-holders' meetings and to cast
one vote for each share of common
stock owned.
(b) Owners of preferred stock shall
receive in January of each year a spe
cial dividend of seven per centum or
such less amount as the net profits of
the preceding calendar year will pay,
but such special dividends shall be non
cuniuh:tive. (c) All net profits in excess of the
special dividends upon the preferred
stock as above provided shall be the
property of the corporation and may be
carried as a surplus or distributed from
time to time in the way of general
dividends and all general dividends
declared by the Board of Directors shall
be distributed one-half thereof to the
preferred stock-holders and the re
maining one-half to the holders of
common stock.
VI.
The time of the commencement of
this corporation shall be the date these
articles are filed in the office of the
corporation commission in the State of
Arizona, and the termination thereof
shall be twenty-five years thereafter.
VII.
The affairs of this corporation shall
be conducted by a Board of Directors
which shall consist of such number,
not less than three, as may be provided,
from time to time by the By-Laws of
the corporation, and said directors
shall be elected at the annual meeting
of ptock -holders which shall be held on
the Fourth Tuesday of January in each
year; and until other directors are
elected by the stock-holders Lloyd E.
Sturges, George Roslington and J. V".
Ilcsselden shall be the directors.
VIII.
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability direct or contingent to which
this corporation shall at any time sub
ject itself shall be sixty-six thousand
dollars ($66,000)
IX.
The private property of the stock
holders shall be exempt from all cor
porate debts.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF wo have
hereunto set our hands this 9th day of
January, A. D., 1915.
(SIGNED)
Lloyd E. Sturges,
George Roslington
J. W. Hesseldcn.
STATE OF NEW MEXICO
COUNTY OF BERNALILLO ss
On this 9th day of January. 1915. be
fore me, a notary public within and for
said county appeared George Rosling
ton and Lloyd E. Sturges. to me known
to be the persons described in and who
executed th? foregoing instrument, ard
acknowledged to me that they executed
the same as their free act and deed and
for the purpose and consideration there
in expressed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I hav?
hereunto set my hand and notarial sea!
the day and year lasi-Uove written.
GEORGE PATRIDGE. "Notary Public
My commission expires Sept. 20, 191".
STATE OF NEW MEXICO
COUNTY OF MORA ss
On this 7th day of January, 1915, be
fore me a notary public within and for
said county, appeared J. W. Hesseldcn,
to me known to be the person des
cribed in and who executed the fore
going instrument, and acknowledged to
me that he executed the same as his
free act and deed, for the purpose and
consideration therein expressed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
hereunto set my hand and notarial seal
the day and year lnst-above written.
CHARLES R. KEYES, Notary Public
My commission expires October, 7th
1917.

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