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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MOKNIXO, FEBKUART 8, 1915
CAGE FIVE OUR examination! tell the trouble Our Glasses correct it. . Northrup Optical Co. Successor to ' SWIGERT BROS. Bast Adams St. Prescription lanses ground In our own shop Garden City Restaurant New Location 9.1.93 "East Adams St. nruw--wii SALT RIVER VALLEY MOUN MENTAL WORKS V. E. Lindsay, Prop. 40J West Washington St. Arizona granite as well aa all other granite used. Phohe 1323 for prices BENNETT LUMBER COMPANY Everything in Lumber ,nfV)rwvvivviiiir' MACHINERY 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. ( 82I-328-330 N. Central Central Pharmacy Offers Best Promptest Service "That's the finest sop and makes the quickest best lather, of any I've tried since I came to the Valley." said one of our most particular lady customers yesterday. She referred to our OWL SPECIAL Almond Soap, made exclusively for the Owl, with our name and guarantee on . every piece. 3 big cakes for 50c. Get a box use one cake and if not satis fied, return the other two and get your four bits back. For sale only by the OWL DRUG CO., The Rexall Store, Corner First Avenue and Adams St Andrew H. Miller, Manager. Motorcycle Delivery. Both Tel ephones. 221 W. Jefferson St Tel. 1330 Phoenix Oil Co. Chamois Strained Red Grown Gasoline Strained directly in your car avoids carberator trouble. See us -itout coupon books and save money. All oils and greases. Demand Standard Brands . wWt o (VtO standard t -i-...-.i wih-iiaM ia the famotrt " CEHTtJRT CDXTIOB," only 10c a. copT. we tan y me uae - MARVIN'S MUSIC HOUSE Of Local Interest LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY 6 a.m. 6 p.m. Temperature, degre.es Sensible temperature . Humidity per cent ... Wind "direction 43 34 36 E Wind velocity, miles ..; 4 i Rainfall 0 . U Weather' Clear Clear Highest temperature 70 Lowest temperature 43 -Mean relative humidity 21 Total rainfall 0 Excess in temperature yesterday, 3 degrees. Deficiency in temperature since first of month, 1 degree. Deficiency in temperature since Jan uarv 1, l degree. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .04 inch. Deficiency in rainfall since first of month, .27 inch. Accumulated excess in rainfall since January 1, 35 inch. Data for Tucson Highest temperature yesterday .... ' Rainfall yesterday ROBERT R. BRIGGS, Section Director. PRICES PAID TODAY BY WALTER HILL & CO. Eggs, fresh ranch Friers, per dozen Hens, per lb 13 Cheese, per lb . .17Uc ..$5.00 & 15c . ..13c ON ANNUAL INSPECTION o. X. Creswell, state inspector of weights and measures leaves today on his an nual inspection tour of the state SPECIAL MEETING The directors ob the chamber of commerce have been called together at 10 : 30 this morning to near a communication from Presi dent Harry M. Kennemore. CONSERVATION CLUB The Con servation club will meet this after noon at the Kindergarten building. i-s nest .Monroe at 3 o'clock. Mrs. cnaries i.nnsty will speak on "The Conservation of Childhood." 1 NATURALIZATION DATES The dates for naturalization hearings in the federal court have been changed by order of Judge W H. Sawtelle from the first to the third Monday in April and October. UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS - There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office for the following: John Italston. Al Grady. Rev. K. C. Hartshorn, W. K. Hager. J. M. McXally. Earnest Mc Connell and J. A. Holmes. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD All sovereigns are invited and urged to be present tonight as there will be things of interest transpire. M. L. Stewart, deputy, has something to propose which will be of material interest to every sovereign.' There will be initia tions and team work. The last meeting was a nummer. The meeting tonight promises to be just as good. GLOBE TROTTER HERE Miss Celeste J. Miller of Chicagof well known Globe trotter, who recently completed her fith trip around the world is in the city registered at the Adams. Miss Miller was about to begin her sixth trip, when the war In Europe interfered. She is intend ing making a tour of this state, vis iting everything of interest in it. I-UKINITUHE NEEDED Humane Officer J. W. Canning reports that he is in need of a bedstead, springs and mattress for a mother and two children, and that another family consisting of mother and three little ones is without a table of anv sort wnaiever. two small tables are needed. 'Any one having furniture of this description to contribute is asked to notify Officer Canning, tele phone 2304 and the articles will be called for. A DISTRIBUTOR OF COFFEE Tommy Evans, western manager for the Louisiana Coffee Mills of New Orleans, has returned lately from a tour of the east and the northern part of New Mexico and Arizona where he encountered some winter. He brought back and Idea with him that has nothing to do with the cof fee business. It struck him while he was at Flagstaff that it would lie a good thing to organize parties in the valley to go to the Skylight City at this time of the year to enjoy the delights of sleigh riding and snow balling. ADAMS ARRIVALS Pat K. Mur- tha, Oregon: F. C. Robertson. Spok ane; Geo. Mitchell, Los Angeles; Frank Dale, Pasadena: W. D. Wilson and wife. Los Angeles: E. V. Cooke. Cleveland: C. W. Reger. Rurlington; L.' M. Brown and wife Globe: W. J. Trepman and wife, Globe: Ella J. Calden. Globe: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mauk, Globe; C. W. Cohny. Portland: B. E. Von Senden, Globe, Ariz.: John P. Pommy, Florence; L. E. Hoege, Winkelman: Geo.' F. Hoffman. Flor ence; F. M. Blood," Winkelman: J. F Merino, Winkelman; R. L. Hyer, Martinez. Cal.: Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Thompson, Florence; Mrs. H. A. Mor gan, Willeox: Mrs. E. M. Johnson. Willcox; Mrs. E. G. Capo, Tucson: Mrs. Geo. Hampon, Tucson: Mrs. M. Francis. Tucson: B. J. McKinney and wife. Willcox; Mrs. J. W Mclase. Cochise; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Clark, Jerome: A. A. Gassand. El Paso: W. H Rvet-. Denver: W. C. btewart. Rochester. X. T.; C. E. Mullen, f.1 more, Minn. New Ladies Shining Parlor. Sandage Bros, have Just installed an up-to-date ladies shining stand in conjunction with their modern shoe shop at Broadway, back of Kress' store. Come through Kress'. Repairing done while you wait. Advertisement. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WANTED Girl waitress at Garden (iltv Restaurant. 21 E. Adams. 2t OVERLAND CAR,' $300. terms to right party. Can be seen at Phoenix Garaee. 3t Hire a little salesman at The .Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. TOtwwBWBaiaw.JW-ii'iww"'"s GOOD ROODS KIZIIIC Arizona Association now Af ' filiated With National; : Work of Extending Mem bership to be Carried on in State The organization of the Arizona Good Roads Association, which since Feb ruary nas been a part of the Xational Good Roads Association, will start to day, with Representative Kirker of the big organization, leading. Conferences today between members of the new and old official bodies of the Arizona association will start off the work of extending the membership in .every town of considerable import ance in the state. Mr. Kirker announced last night that he wouid take three weeks time to visit twenty-two of Arizona's cities and towns and that he expected to round up a large number of members. The ex ecutive committee will arrange meet ings ahead, so that Kirker can drop in to a town, pull off his stunt and hurry to the next one, without much delay. MANY HEAR COOKE 111 , AFTERNOON LECTURE Poet-Philosopher Has Strenuous Day Cut Out for Him Ending With Lec ture at High School Tonight "Selfsightedness. or Fating One's Grandmother", was the unusual, if not altogether sensational topic that drew over 350 people to the Y. M. C. A. yes terday afternoon to hear Edmund Vance (xke, the poet and lecturer. Starting with the ancient savage cus-. torn of eating the old and decrepit members of the tribe, the lecturer as sailed the attitude of mind that does everything by custom, and exalted the individual idea. He illustrated his point with the tendency to imitate sue-, oessful persons, regardless of the fact that their was of doing things were often entirely unsuited to the one who attempted to copy tbem. The lecturer, who interspersed his remarks with se lections from his poems, had the close attention and won the hearty applause of the large audience. This morning Cooke will speak to the pupils at the Indian school, and will be heard this afternoon at the high school auditorium. At the afternoon meeting, which is for high and grammar school students, an admission fee of not less than t?n cents will he charged. 'o change will be refunded at the door. Tonight at S:17 Cooke will give his new lecture. "Nineteen Hundred and Now' instead of Pot Luck wilh a Poet, as previously announced. The lecture, which is the last. number on the "Y" course, will be held at the high school auditorium. A single admission of 7", cents will be charged to those who do not hold "Y" course tickets. SERBIA BEARS OWN SHARE (Continued From Page One) were sent to such remote spots as this. The hospital is scrupulously clean. In mid-December some sixty men were lying on iron bedsteads, all looking comfortable and well cared for. though there were no nurses. A number of Austrian prisoners of Serbian race were acting as orderlies to the two doc tors in charge. For prisoners of the enemy to be serving as nurses seemed veritably a union of the lion and the anib, until the situation was explained. In one of the smaller rooms of this hospital, where the worst cases were confined, lay a child, about six years old. bound in bandages almost from id to foot. The peasant mother sat by its side. The child iit seemed had been struck wilh the cross of an Aus trian musket and its shoulder had been pierced by a bayonet. The mother hiifl escaped to the woods with the wounded child in her arms and had wandered about for three or four days before coming within the Serbian lines. This same mother had lost husband, father and brother in the. early fighting. Despite Serbia's many wars the pres ent struggle brought for the first time. an invasion of Serbian soil. It was the' first time the women of the country had been brought in contact with act ual warfare and many of them have been driven mad from fright and the terrible scenes thev have witnessed. Along the railroad line from Djejeli to Skopyle (formerly Uskub) the sta tions are crowded with refugees wo men, children and decrepit old men, huddled together. Many refugees in this part of the country, are without j shelter, most of the available mailings having been given over to the wounded. In the party of doctors and nurses taken out to Serbia last November by Lady Paget was an American. Mr. Markos. whose father and grandfather were New York surgeons. This party arrived in time to care for the thou sands of wounded Serbians and Aus trian prisoners sent down from the front in the battles which drove the Austrians from Belgrade. Kvery avail able space in the general hospital was filled with straw.. As many as three nersons slept under oite blanket. Lady Paget's party, which had taken charge of the general hospital -here, consisted of more than fifty persons, surgeons, nurses, orderlies and servants. Their work it regarded by the Serbians as in valuable. . ''imm If it were not for the pitiable suffer ings of the thousands of homeless peo imV. seen everywhere., who do not heg, but sit around in wretched groups, mutely enduring their misery, it might be said that Skopyle wears a gala air, so proud are the Serbians of the rec ent victories of their army. Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see rnefMistonTrtJiivoiC(ij IIEli MINES 10 EE ASSESSABLE DURING 1915 Seventy-four Milling Pat ents Issued Pining Last Year All Will Be Taxed Whether Producing Ore or Not Seventy-four new mining claims, aggregating a large acreage, were patented during 1 ! 1 4 , according to a report given out at the office of Rfister Th.imiin I". Weedin of the United States land office yesterday. Colonel Weeilin points out that all of these mines win be taxable during IMS some on the acreage alone, if they happen to be non-productive, and the productive ones on their outputs. This list of claimants and the ai re ages, is given directly from the rec ords of the land office. I. V. Wallace. In4.fi; Harney Cop per Co.. ?.".": Ya it i River Consoli dated Gold and Copper Co., 2-iN.i; Arizona Portland Cement Co.. -00; First Natl. Bank of San Diego, !tl.!i; Copper tjueen Consolidated Mining 61.3; Estate of E. P. firitting- l-am. 3.2; High Jinks Gold Mining Co.. lii.2: Valley Exploitation and Development Co., 41..1; Ida Russell, 20.fi: Ida Russel, 41.3; James l'n- capher, 11.6: Henry Schaefer, 4i.S: Charles E. Stevens. 10.7; Valentine Valenzuela, 17.6. Raifonso Copper Co.. l.r: Ray Consolidated Copper Co., 20.2; Ari- zi.ta Mining Co,, 123.9; Arizota Min ing Co.. 37.7; Arizona Mining Co., 41.3: George P. Brown. 14. S; Ida A. Van Dyle, lo.f; J. S. Andrews. 20.6: same, 20.6; same. 20.6; same, 20. G: Bernard Granville. M.3; J. C. Scott. 4l.: Federal Mines Metal Co., 346.4: S. J. Snapp & Jos. Whitehouse, 41.3: Anona Gold Mining and Milling Co., 33.1: Commonwealth Extension Mining Co., 61.. 7; Copper Queen Con solidated Mining Co.. 14.1; Detroit Copper Mining Co., 2.S; Stephens Copper Mining Co., 307. S; Arizona Copper Co.. IN .6 ; Fred J. Elliott, 20.6; C. J. McXulty & Michael McBriile. 230.4: John C. Biggs. SO. 3; Jno. C. Gillespie & Wm. M. F. Sims. :!.-).7: Dan Walsh John c Gilles pie. 11. ft; Ray Consolidated Copper Co.. 16.6: same, IS. 6: same. x.O; In spiration Extension Copper Co., 7.". Wm. S. Jennings, '33.4: Fannie Sewell, 2.5. 6; Leadville Mining Co.. 11.4; Arizona Copper Co.. 6s. 1: same, IS1.S; Superior & Pittsburg Copper Co., .1; same, .2: J. II. McVey. 0.6: Cababi Alining Co.. 666. S; Stevens Copper Mining Co., 94.9: sj:me. 2.;4.r: Detroit t upper Mining Co. of Arizona, 9S.7; E. D. Seaton. Iff 6; Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co.. 13H.3: Arizona Camp Bird Mining and Milling Company. K'2.8; same, 103.0. Stevens Copper Mining Co.. 13.3: George II. Crosby, ISO. 5; same, 246.7: Sullivan Copper Development Co.. 20.: same 5.6; George H. Crosby, same, 2".2; same. 40.S: Sullivan Copper Development '., 8K.::; Calu met and Arizona Mining Co., 400. S: Arizona Copper Belt Mining Co., ."it. 9: Chicago and Arizona Copper Co.. K.fl.r.; AI. B. Lulty. O.S. PICNICKING MOTORISTS P (Continued From Page One) right, so that overture included all the Indian yells, carbine shots, flashes of powder and of course all the inspiring strains that an excellent band can bring foith. In the crannies between excitements up the canyon, the motorcycle fellows started some hill climbing. A cactus strewn, boulder-studded hillside, with a twenty ptr cent grade, is no good place to try riding a motorbike. But noth ing on earth Would make Kllie Wilson and L. Holdo take a dare, so they in turn straddled Old Blue., the famous Indian, and made long runs up that hill. When it was all over, and Kllie knew- just exactly how far up toward the heavens he might get on his two wheeler, he looked at the face of the straight-up-and-down cliffs, and said he reckoned Ik could go up there, too. if he could get traction, and everybody agreed wilh him. Whin everybody, over a stretch of -several sipiare miles, included within the purviews of that large concert hall, had heard the national anthem, stand ing, things stopped and the wheels .came off. The biggest picnic show- Arizona ever saw, was over, and ev erybody made a rush for everybody's vehicle. The big cars and the little cars and the curs that were so small that .they aren't called cars, and the motorcycles, and the bicycles and the buggies and the pedestrians all began issuing from the canyon'in a hilarious, excited, happy stream. Near the junction of the Arizona ca nal and the old Crosscut, there is a chap who had an eye to business, so he loaded about a million great big Ari zona oranges in boxes out in front of his place, and proceeded to accept nick els and dimes and dollars hv the hatful. For there is no spring in F.cho Canyon It's only fault and everybody was dusty and dry until they began eating oranges, rind then they were glad and grateful. But that didn't end the occasion, by any means. Pretty soon, the banks of the Arizona canal, the Crosscut and the numerous roaos leaning to ingiesme were Jammed with autos, and. all roads leading to Phoenix, the merry crowd began its return In the light of al al most setting sun. They do say that Wilson and Boido and all the motorcyclists they could gather, then went and tried to scale the Hole-in-the-Rock hill, with varying WiiifE Bill i ST"1! rHfT.. ,mil , p. Exceptional Suits are those from Rogers Peet this Spring. You can quickly appreciate why the discerning man pre- fers "ready" clothes nowadays when you see the stand ard of perfection attained by Rogers Peet in these spring suits. The "Knox" Hats for spring are also ready. McDougall & Cassou 32 W. Washington St. REMEMBER TO SEND A j VALENTINE this year FEBRUARY 14th j Admission Day let the people baik east know about it. We have them from one cent up see the line. Elvey & Hulett Quality Druggists N. W. Cor. Adams and 1st Ave. Phones 441 and 411 Phoenix ARIZONA BEST RIPE OLIVES Munger Bros. Co. HAIR GOODS FOR SALE Ladies' Toilet Parlor. Shampooing, Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair Dressing; Expert Chiroporists, all foot troubles removed. Moles and wirts removed by electricity. SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY Phon 1704 3 East Adams StrMt S" H'O'E-S and Hosiery That'i all Harry A. Drachmas Shoe Co. 22 West Adams St. Lodge Notices LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Phoenix Lodge, No. 708; Meetings every Tuesday. Moose home 28 S. Center. Visit ing brothers invited. George N. MaeBean, Dictator; Walter R. Van Tyne. Secretary. Cotton Growers, Attention Buy your cotton field machinery at KUNZ BROS. & MESSINGER and save money. " Let us show you. bjuuuruia jt,cattmam Under new management. Give us a trial I AMERICAN KITCHIK Regular Meals, 35 Centi. Short Orders All Night. 33 North Center, Phoenix ! jr.ee ping, proprietor. NEAR LODZ IN POLAND (Continued From Page On) 'On another hill I met Soldiers of the .... regiment, who were burying their comrades, going to work sil ently and with sad expressions on their faces. One large grave had al ready been closed,- and into the sec ond harvest of death was being gathered. "Then the grave began to fill with earth and soon there was a brown hill over it. . 'Helmet off for prayer," commanded one of the men. and then the grave-diggers entered upon that second function of theirs officiating clergymen. Those were real prayers. "Later f took a walk with a ser geant. He seemed to know most of those who had just been buried and had a kind word for all. He also spoke of the dead Russians. They had held to their positions with a tenacltv that deserved all credit, he O What Does $5.00 a Bank $r..no a week at the Citizen's State Bank anil at the end of 53 weeks you have J260.00 in your Ac count here. At the end of only 10 years you have $2,600.00. $2,600.00'.' Yes! With that amount of nioney you can buy your own home pay cash for it no mortgage on it no debts against it. 4 per cent on Time Deposits. Citizens State Bank N. B. Five Po;nts Wants Paved ORANGEWOOD Now platted and offered for sale. " The choicest spot in tlii' valley for rural homes. Every funda mental requirement for hiu'licst-elass residence located in the center of the orange !elt near the "Country Clul of Phoenix'' connected with Phoe-, nix hv Central Avenue .Boulevard and iutemrhan car line. AND 11 1'KI) TO EACH LOT water so PIHE AND SOFT that the S. P. iy. Co. lias ex pended .foli.OvH) to carry it six miles to its new shops. (!ood water is as important to human health as to a steam boiler. This tract lias been held in reserve for many years. Will now be .sold on veason- - vii rim. , im mm " THEN Golden State Limited Premier Train of ths Southwttt Via THE DIRECT LINE OF LOWEST ALTITUDES Arizona Eastern Railroad Southern Pacific Company El Paso & Southwestern SyaUm Rock Island Linss Untxcslltd for COMFORT SPEED GARNETT KING, General Passenger Agent, El Paso, Texas. uWVMyyVllaMa mmmmmim. REDEWILL MUSIC CO. Established in 18S1 224 West Washington St INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED Pianos Rebuilt and Refinishod WOOD AND COAL Phoenix Wood and Coal So. 3rd aud Jackson Sts. Phone 1235 STOCKHOLDERS MEETING, OFFICE OF THE UNION OIL COMPANY OF ARIZONA, PHOENIX ARIZONA. February 1st, 1915. Please take notice that, agreeable to We have Been "Going Up" for 33 Years in the estimation of the Salt River Valley depositors The National Bank of Arizona 'OLD Week Mean to Yon? StreU and Ornamental LigfcU. ahle terms in tracts to suit. Building restriction. h Phoenix Trust Company 16 West Adamr Street Going Eaot? TAKE THE SAFETY the By-laws of the Corporation, tha Annual Meeting of the Stockholders oCj the Vnion Oil Company of Arizona, will be held at the office of the Corporation. at its nnncinal place of business Phoe nix, Maricopa County. Arizona, on. Thursday, February ISth. 1115, at 2, o'clock P. M.. for the election of Direc tors and lor the transaction of such other ousiness as may come before tho meeting. JOHN McPfcAlv, Secretary j E. S. WAKELIN f GROCER CO. - 1 WHOLESALE RELIABLE"