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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26,' 1915 OUE tell examination! the trouble Our Glasses correct it. Northrup Optica Co. Successor to 8WIGERT 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 oilier granite used. Phone 1323 for prices BENNETT LUMBER COMPANY Everything in Lumber MACHINERY Machinery of all kinds built, re built or repaired. Best equipped hop In tate. Only expert me chanics. Work guaranteed. O'NEILL AUTO 4 SUPPLY CO. 32S-328-330 N. Central (chemically) (p;ire) You are assured of purity if you trade with the (Central) P (Pharmacy) Central and Washington W. R. Wayland, Mgr. Phono 591 NOTHING LIKE RUBBER GLOVES Every woman who docs Iicr own house work should have a air. Try a pair of our Miller speeial. The host, fitting rub ber itfove made. Guaranteed HOTOHCTCI.f OtUVtRY- l&T.MCAMKnl ARIZONA BEST RIPE OLIVES Munger Bros. Co. WOOD AND COAL Phoenix Wood and Coal So. 3rd and Jackson Sts. Phone 1235 Lodge Notices LOYAL, ORDER OF MOOSE Phoenix Lodge, No. 70S; Meetings every Tuesday, Moose home m 28 S. Center. Visit- jjfl Ins brothers invited. j&y (ieorge w. Maeiiean, Van Tyne, Secretary. IT W 1 J KnzW 2.000 standard nri'l c,9i'i' il tH," tiom in the fa mom " rr.NTUKY EU1TIOM." at ty 10c a W Pnt.l.'. ru-.i uriccs .I.St. 10 11. Wf ffurnlrr wt rSUAltOB I or letmu utoorr. All graJt; lor I whin, Lwwisg iB and Aiucrt-au cwiinwri. fifa MARVIN'S MUSIC m HOUSE Of Local Interest STORED WATER SUPPLY Water service report for January 2a. Elevation of water in reservoir, feet '. .. 152.12 Contents of reservoir, acre feet. 423,605 Gain preceding 24 hours, acre feet 2i2 Elevation of water one year ago todu 117.22 Contents of reservoir one year ago today 1S3.836 Xnimil flow of Salt and Verde rivers at Granite Reef dam, ik I 34,180 Normal flow water for lands up to year 1889 Amount of water used for irri gation, north side, M. 1 6.610 Amount of water used for irri gation, south side, M. 1 4,100 o LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY 6 a.m. 6 p.m. Temperature, degrees 44 56 Sensible temperature 42 50 Humidity per cent 87 66 Wind direction NW NV Wind velocity, miles 2 7 Rainfall , 0 T Weather Cloudy Cloudy Highest temperature 60 Lowest temperature 44 Mean relative humidity 76 Total rainfall T Excess in temperature yesterday, 2 degrees. Deficiency in temperature since first of month, 3 degrees. Accumulated deficiency in tempera tme since January 1, 3 degrees. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .02 inch. Deficiency in rainfall since first of month, .88 inch. Accumulated deficiency in rainfall sin' e January 1, .88 inch. Data for Tucson Highest temperature yesterday.... 62 Rainfall yesterday 0 ROBERT R. RRIGOS, Section Director. PRICES PAID TODAY BY WALTER HILL & CO. Eggs, fresh ranch 25c Friers, per doz ....$5.00 Hens, per 11) 13c to 15c Cheese per 11) 13c CHILDREN FREE Children under twelve will lie admitted free at to night's performance of the Queen Esther cantata if accompanied by their parents. VIVA ESPANA! In a hard fought baseball battle the Spanish class team of the high school defeated the Ag gies 10 to 5 on the Polk street grounds yesterday afternoon. BIBLE TEACXERS' CLASSES The Bible Teartiers class will meet this evening at the Y. M. C. A. for a review of the lessons covered dur ing the term. DOWN FROM THE NORTH Dr. R. P. Bazell, of Winslow, and George Babbitt, of Flagstaff, are among those here from the northern part of the state to attend the meeting of the democratic central committee. WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING The Washington Woman's club will meet tomorrow at the home of the presi dent, Mrs. F". W. Wells, on the Ari zona canal. The subject of discussion will be "Echoes From the State Fed eration Meeting." WANT RECEIVER APPOINTED On the complaint of R. W. Lantls et al. the corporation commission yester day set February 8 for the investi gation of the affairs of the Phoenix Cost Stores company. The complaint asks that steps he - taken to have a receiver appointed for the com pany. LIKE PHOENIX Mrs. Lee W. Branch and Livingstone Snow, of Quitman, Georgia, who stopped off at Phoenix en route to California for the winter, are so pleased with the Salt .River valley that they will re main here for the rest of the winter. TELEPHONE SERVICE HEARING The complaint of H. E. Kell et al of Buckeye, against the Mountain States Telephone it Telegraph com pany, will be heard today by the corporation commission. HERE TO STAY Mrs. Hilda Lamp hear hits returned to Phoenix and is now located at 38 N. Central Ave. She will place tents for patients on the 160 acres recently purchased which lies at the foot of Camelbaek. Meanwhile preparations will go on for a sanitari um which will be erected soon. The big advantage they have is the soft water available. MURPHY IN BAD Former Con stable James T. Murphy, commonly known as Jim, was arrested yester day. Night Captain of Police Fraley effected the arrest and took Murphy to the city hall. For a time things looked rather dubious for the ex-police officer, but finally through the medium of his personal check book, he succeeded in securing his liberty until the hour of the regular after noon session of court. Rather than forfeit his bail. Murphy appeared and while admitting his guilt endeavored to mitigate the charge against him by some flimsy excuse, for a time Judge McBride was seriously con sidering ordering Murphy hanged, but friends interceded just about the time the rope was placed around Murphy's neck, and he was released upon the payment of a fine of five dollars. Murphy drove around the wrong side of a post at a street intersection at The Republican corner. Clyde Timberlake saw him, Captain Fra ley heard of it and Murphy admitted It. George Barr McCutcheon in "Our Mutual Girl" at Lion Theater today. Adv. lt HERE FROM FLORENCE Elmer W. Coker of Florence is in the city called here to attend the meeting of the Democratic state central com mittee. BUILDING AND LOAN Prepara tions of the bill amending the pres ent law taxing building and loan companies was completed yesterday and the measure, which has the ap proval of the state tax comission will be introduced today or tomorrow. GRIJALVA FUNERAL The funer al of Maudie Grijalva, aged 14, will be held this afterno on from the resi dence, 52!) South First street. Inter ment will be in Greenwood cemetery, and under the auspices of the Chris tian clrurch. WELL ATTENDED FIRE. One of the best attended fires since the out break of incendiary burnings last fall, destroyed the frame cottage belong ing to the Misses Wayne, at 513 North Third street at 9 o'clock yes terdav morning. UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS. There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union Telegraph offices for the following: Charles Cable, C, W Reger, Mrs. Chas. Hinton, Geo. W. Stevenson, Percy A. Morse, W. T. Solomon and U. H. Bowell. SUES FOR WAGES William Con rad Mills, formerly professior of music at the Arizona School of Music, has entered suit in the superior court against Mrs. Shirley Christy, proprie tor of that school lor the sum of $310.45, claimed to be wages due him. MOOSE MEETING. Of utmost im portance is the meeting of the Phoe nix lodge, Loyal Order of Moose, to night at 8. Business respecting the club will be transacted and it be hooves ever member to be in atten dance. HERE FOR COMMITTEE MEET ING T. E. Pulliam, head of the state industrial school at Fort Grunt; Judge Frank J. Duffy, of Xugales; former Senator C. N. Roberts, of Cochise county, and H. C. Houser, city clerk of Globe, are in the city to attend the meeting of the state central com mittee. LETTUCE DAY Probably one of the next suggestions to be advanced to the chamber of commerce or the rotary club will be that of having a "lettuce day" in the Salt river val ley. There has been considerable publicity lately regarding the money to be made in the raising of lettuce for shipment, but there has been lit tle sjaid in the way of inducing the raising of lettuce for home use. Feb ruary 1, has been suggested as an appropriate day upon which every housekeeper might make it a point to serve lettuce. MRS. MISHKA DIES Mrs. Joseph Mishka for two years a resident of this city died Sunday afternoon at the family residence at 1154 East Garfield street. She came here with her husband from Washington and has since made her home here. Her husband lias been employed for some time as city zanjaro. Besides her husband she leaves three children, two brothers, two sisters, and her father and mother, in Bui well. Neb. Funeral arrangements have not been effected, but it is likely that the body will be taken to Burwell, for burial. AT THE ADAMS Mr. and Mrs. C. i L. Martheroft, Patagono; W. E. Hy sart, Los Angeles; F. F. Fallon, San Francisco; J. T. Burns, Colorado Springs, Colo.; H. Kinshell, New York; H. E. Campbell, New York; Stanley Morse, Tucson; Miss J. B. Harris, New Orleans; Miss A. E. Hess, Washington Ct. House, Ohio; M. R. Budd, Los An geles; Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Bason, Mil Mammoth; J J. Miller, Ray; A. H. Archdeason, Ray; O. T. Wheaton and wife, - Cincinnati, O. ; J. B. Lowe and wife, San Francisco; R. M. Martin, T.os Angeles; B. W. Smith, Los Angeles; LeRoy Anderson, Prescott; Mrs. J. W. Porter, Champagne, 111.; Robt. H. Por ter, Prescott; Mrs. G. H. Lerg, Mesa. BLANCHARD LIKES PHOENIX Blanchard, Marlin and Queen have returned to Phoenix after a two years absence. They are the trio, man, wife and the world's greatest high diving dog who will be re membered as having appeared at the state fair two years ago and who afterwards presented Queen in her fa mous diving act in the front of the Arizona theater then known as the Savoy. They left Phoenix with a pack of burros and journeyed into the hills, later proceeding to Cali fornia, where they purchased an auto in which they covered practically all of the I'niterl States subsequently. They got caught in a blizzard in North Dakota last week and imme diately decided that Phoenix was good enough for them. They will start for the Tonto hills In a few days, where they expect to camp for two' months. They have with them a pet black bear ten. months old. which they have named Tonto. Al ready the bear has man tricks and is an able assistant to. ytieen nnd her bid for fame as a vaudeville dog. as Americans earnest for the peace of our country. There is no crime so wicked as consideration of our foreign affairs with a view to party advantage. The man who is con sidering his political future and his party's advantage should keep out of international relations." This assertion drew a retort from Senator Williams, who declared he also was sorry that partisanship had been injected into the debate WILSON TO MOORE 'iVfiriniwif From Page One) T SAYS SHIP BILL (Continued from Page One,) We are now showing many clever models for early spring. El Modell Millinery. Advertisement. dm o TENNIS GOODS. Plnney & Robin ion. Advertisement would he elad to see tho entire German merchant marine transfer red' to American ownership, and that Germany would in time be glad to see England's ships in the same position. As to the probability of ;anger, the Mississippi senator said: "As Washington flnil Jefferson in the French Republican-Napoleonic war kept the United States out of trouble, so will Wilson and Bryan maintain neutrality now. I have no idea that those who will , control this nrotlosed p-overnment ahln wir. poration would be stupid or foolish enough to buy an interned ship of a belligerent without previously, by diplomacy, finding out if other bel ligerents objected to lt." At the outset of his Kneech Senator Root had referred to the attitude of the democrats on the shipping bill a. loiinf ,iaiy ui. Huence, ana oe iprecated the fact that such debAe naa not been permitted as would enable the country to form a correct jurgment of the measure. He ex pressed regret that any shade of party politics had fallen on this bill, adding: t "I wish we would consider it now, Theodore X. Vail, president of the American Telephone and Telegraph company and President Moore. Vail was at Jekyll Island off the coast of Georgia and Moore at San Francisco, so beside speaking the breadth of the land, they also conversed the length of it. Bell, Vail, McCarty and other prom inent men in the phone world then de livered brief addresses over the long distance certainly, the very longest addresses in point of distance between speaker and auditors. Phoenix is "On" Manager P. C Gettins of the Phoenix office of the Mountain States company conferred sundry bulletins upon The Republican yesterday, recounting the progress of those epoch-making con versations between the far separated presidents. In a statement made last evening. Mr. Gettins said that Phoenix would be enabled to converse with the other cities of the t'nited States, even unto the enstermost boroughs of New York. He said the occasion reminded him .of the opening of the New Yurk Denver line four years ago. He described the awesome occasion, when a thin little voice, issuing from a com mondesk phone proved that a two thou sand mile chat was possible'. "How much more impressive must he this stupendous undertaking?" he said. "It enables almost all America to talk to other members of our hundred million nopulation." Mr. Gettins was very en thusiastic. The occasion will be classed with that upon which Samuel F. B. More wired his historic "What Hath God Wrought" from Washington to Balti more. Moore's lusty "Hello", was followed by these words from Vice Presi dent Kingsburv of the American T. & T. Co.: "I am glad to hear you. No, this is not the president, but he is here to speak to you." President Wilson then took the phone and said in carefully accented voice, "To President Moore of the Panama and Pacific exposition, it appeals to the "imagination to speak across the continent. It is a fine omen for the exposition that the first thing it has done is to send its voice from sea to sea. I congratulate you on the fine prospects for a successful exposition. I am confidently hoping to take part in it after the adjournment of congress. May I not send my greetings to the management and to all whose work has made it possible and has made it the great event it promises to be and con vey my personal congratulations to you." Clear as a hell came back president Moore's reply: "We are looking forward to your coming here. I think you will be well pleased with what we have done. I assure you Mr. President that you will never receive a welcome that will be more cordial and more enthu siastic" President Wilson then taked to Mr. Thomas A. Watson in San Fran cisco with Dr. Alexander Graham Bell listening in on the line at New York. President Wilson said: "I consider it a honor to he able to express my ad miration for the inventive genius and scientific knowledge that has made this possible and my pride that this vital cord should have been stretched across the continent as a symbol of our unity and enterprise. Will you not convey my cordial congratulations to Mr. Bell and I want to convey to you my per sonal congratulation. The president then said to the inventor of the tele phone. Dr. Bell at New York: "May J not congratulate you very warmly on this notable consummation of your long labor and remarkable achieve ment. You are justified in feeling fi great pride- in what has been done. This is a memorable day and I convey to vou mv warm congratulations, sir". After talking with Dr. Bell the presi dent was asked by Mr. Kingsbury if he cared to say a word to Theodore N. Vail, president of the American Tele phone and Telegraph company who is staying at Jekyll Island, off the coast of Georgia. "Why, yes, certainly" ans wered the president. While the cir cuit was being arranged, the president chattel with Mr. Kingsbury several tims expressing his admiration of the achievements in which he was a par ticipant. Mr. Vail was then announced and the president immediately placed the receiver to his ear asking: "Is this Mr. Veil?" Mr. Vail's voice came over the wire so plainly that the president held his receiver lightly away from his ear and then said: "Mr. Vail it is a great pleasure to hear your voice. I want to send you my congratulations On the consummation of this remark able work. I am .very sorry, also to know that you are unwell", A pause ensued, the president listening to Mr. Vail's reply. The president then said: "Well I envy your ability to get off. Good bye. Mr. Vail." George Barr McCutcheon in "Our Mutual Girl" at Lion Theater today. Adv. n o ,ii ,LATE TO CLASSIFY AUCTION SALE Thursday, Jan. 28th. at 444 East Adams at 1 P. M. Eight Wims of high grade furniture. C. O. tycMurtry, Auctioneer. tf k " o A Arizona Lodge No. 2 F. & A. yff M- will confer the first degree this (Tuesday) evening, 7:30 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially in vited. C. P. HART, W. M. (Advertisement) lt Regardless of Cost 56 Adler-Rochester Suits Values up to $35.00 All Sizes $15.00 And Exceptional Values in every other depart ment of our shop. McDougall and Cassou REDEWILL MUSIC CO. Established in 1881 224 West Washington St. INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED Pianos Rebuilt and Refinished AMERICAN KITCHEN Regular Meals, 35 Cents. Short Orders All Night. 33 North Center, Phoenix. Yee Sing, Proprietor. Cotton Growers, Attention Buy your cotton field machinery at KUNZ BROS. & MESSINGER and save money. Let us show you. MIMMMMMMMMMMMMWIMIMMMI' California Restaurant Under new management. Give us a trial 1 Turn in at The Quality Drug Store Corner I You can do no better Special Sale on Toilet Soai the kind that works j well in this hard water. Elvey & Hulett N. W. Cor. Adams and 1st Ave. Phoenix Phone 411 & 441 We are now showing many clever models for early spring. EI Modell Millinery. Advertisement. dm GUNS for rent. Plnney & Robin ion. Advertisement, DIEHL'S CLEANUP SALE IS NOW ON A BONA-FIDE SALE OF HIGH-GRADE FOOTWEAR Our entire stock of Laird, ScholK-r & Co.'s high shoes for women are in cluded in this sale. Men's and Women's .7.(H) Shoes $5.45 Men's and Women's .f'fi.50 Shoes $4.85 Men's and Women's $().0() Shoes $4.45 Men's and Women's. $T.00 Shoes $3.45 Men's and Women's $4.00 Shoes $2.95 Men's and Women's ..50 Shoes $2.65 H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO. 3 W. Washington St. Phoenix, Ariz. Going; East? 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 SPEED Unexcelled for COMFORT SAFETY GARNETT KING, General Passenger Agent, El Paso, Texas. DO YOUR OWN SHOPPING tc0nyx" Hosiery Gives the BEST VALUE for Your Money Every Kind from Cottoa to Silk, For Men, Women sod1 CkiMraa Any Color and Style From 25c to $5.00 per pair for the Trade Marls! Sold by All Good Dcslets. Wholesale Lord & Taylor NEW YORK DANCE TONIGHT. There will be a dance at College hall tonight, given by the Phoenix Mental Science college. COUNCIL SESSION TONIGHT. The council will proceed with its work as a board of equalization this evening after a rest since adjourn ment Friday night. Though the work is going rather slowly the property valuations are being well worked out and there is every reason to believe that the efforts of the council will he well appreciated when the assess ments are levied. IF HI IS TURNING GRAY, USE SAGE IEA Don't Look Old! Try Grandmother's Recipe to Darken and Beautify Faded, Lifeless Hair m A SKIN OF BEAUTY i3 A JOV rOBEVtW Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUO'S Oriental Cream OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER Bmoa Tan, Pimplei, Frecklwi. Moth Ptrh, Rmu and fkin Ticejus, ami eery blemish on beauty, and deflet de tection. It ha stood the tent of tJfij'ears, nl in so liannle! wotaata it to be Kure It is pro perl v made. Accept do coiui'eneit of similar name. Or. L A. Suyrs Baid to a lady of tin hantton a patient ) : ''A you lad fen will use theio, I recomuiuil Gouraud't Crefctn' an the leat harmful of all the km preparations ' At itrtiKKiHi a and Department nttfeit Q Ferd. T. Hopkins & Son, Props., 3 Great Janes SU H.T. i. That beautiful, even shade of dark, glossy hair can only be had by brew ing a mixture, of Sage Tea and Sul phur. Your hair is your charm. It makes or mars the face. When it fades, turns gray, streaked and looks dry, wispy and scraggly, just an ap- I plication or two of Sage and Sulphur enhances its appearance a hundred fold. Don't bother to prepare the tonic: you can get from any drug store a 50-cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound," ready to use. This can always be depended upon to bring back the natural color, thick ness and lustre of your hair and re move dandruff, stop scalp itching -ind falling hair. Everybody uses "Wyeth's" Sage and Sulphur because it darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell it has been applied. You simply dampen a sponge ov soft brush with it and draw this through the hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the gray hair has disap peared, nd after another application it becon es beautifully dark and ap pears g.ossy, lustrous and abundant. S - H aO-E-Si and Hosiery That's alL i Harry A. Drachman Shoe Co. 22 West Adams St. 1 221 W. Jefferson St. Tel. 1330 Phoenix Oil Co. Chamois Strained RedCrownGasoline Strained directly in your car avoids carberator trouble. See us about coupon books and save money. All oils and greases., Demand Standard Brands E. S.. WAKELIN GROCER CO. WHOLESALE I i I . ' i! l Phoenix j U Trust Co. j We have Been "Going Up" for 33 Years in the estimation of the Salt River Valley depositors The National Bank of Arizona 'OLD RELIABLE"