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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1915. PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES will correct that error of vision and make seeing the pleasure it should be to you. NORTH RUP OPTICAL CO., Eyesight Specialists Successor to 8WIGERT BROS. 1 East Adams St. Prescription lenses ground in our own shop Garden City Restaurant New Location ' 21-23 East Adams St. SALT RIVER VALLEY MOUN- .. . . .... . t MENTAL WORKS V. E. Lindsay, Prop. 409 West Washington St. Arizona granite as well &i all other ifranite used. Phone 1323 for prices BENNETT LUMBER COMPANY Everything in Lumber j MACHINERY Machinery of all kinds built, re built er repaired. Best equipped hop Id state. Only expert me chanics. Work guaranteed. O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO. j 326-328-330 N. Central j uinnrii n . fj Eastman I Kodaks ifi and Kodak Supplies, ffi JL AlflllU in fresh stock at the Central Pharmacy Goodrich Block Phone 591 W. E. Wayland, Mgr. TEN O'CLOCK BREAKFAST Often on a busy morn ing when you've had a li.irlit breakfast, you feel a little hungry about ten. Just come over to the OWL and have a Malted Milk Egg Shake. We use HOK LICK'S, the best there is. A.n.niuxiw. EOCENE "THAT INCUBATOR OIL" We have an unlimited supply on hand. Buy it now. It is self heat regu lating. Cheaper because it gives mow heat with less oil. Don't burn up good eggs. We guaran tee it. Demand Standard Brands Phoenix Oil Co. Nrltr 2.000 ttandard anr! classical selections in the famous nmviIBV EDITIOM ' at onlv 10c COPT. ..u..t.,4 ,.r, h j.v to f 1. We guarantee lalteUi tfott iciuia stwoey. Alt grodf.; lor Teaching;. Drawing H W iMtr the Uuc t,ulnf e. til MARV,N'S MUSIC nuuat v l Of Local Interest STORED WATER SUPPLY Water service report for Feb. 12. Elevation of water in reservoir feet 182.15 Contents of reservoir, acre ft.. 739,463 Gain preceding 24 hours, acre feet 15,211 Elevation of water one year ago today 123.39 Contents of reservoir one year ago today '. 218,055 Normal fluw of Salt and Verde rivers at Granite Reef dam, y.. I 125,560 Amount of water used for irri gation, north side, M. 1 1,235 Amount of water used for irri gation, south side, M. 1 2,305 o LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY 6 a.m. 6 p.m. Temperature, degrees ...41 56 Sensible temperature 38 4fi Humidity per cent 78 43 Wind direction K W Wind, velocity miles, ... 5 4 Rainfall 0 0 Weather Clr. Olr. Highest temperature, 57. Lowest temperature, .18. .Mean relative humidity, 62. Total rainfall, 0 Deficiency in temperature yester day 6 degrees. Kxcess in temperature since first of month 12 degrees. Accumulated excess in tempera ture since January first, 12 degrees. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday .02 inch. Excess in rainfall since first of month, .13 inch. Accumulated excess in rainfall since January first, .75 inch. Data for Tucson. Highest temperature yesterday 54. Rainfall yesterday, n. ROBERT R. BRIGGS, Section Director. PRICES PAID TODAY BY WALTER HILL & CO. Eggs, fresh ranch HVfec Friers, per dozen $5.00 Hens, per lb 12c & 15c Cheese, per lb . . 13c COUNTRY CLUB TEA Mrs. Jos eph H. Kibbey and Miss Anna Archer will serve at the Country club tea this afternoon. PUPILS' RECITAL The young pu pils of the piano, violin and expres sion departments of the Arizona School of Music will be heard in recital this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock The public is cordially invited. SINGLETON GUILTY Tex Single ton, who has been on trial for sev- jeral days, charged with horse steal ing, was found guilty, the jury being out all night. He will be sentenced early next week. HELD TO ANSWER Jim Gibson and Lee Calloway were up before Justice of the Peace Johnstone again yesterday. They waived examination and were held to answer to the su perior court in the sum of $000. MARRIAGE LICENSES Adelaido Cruz and Clara Gonzalez, both of Maricopa county; Helice (Pima In dian) and Mary Tgnacio Roy (Pima Indian) were issued marriage li censes yesterday by the clerk of the supprior court. FLORES IN -TROUBLE AGAIN The Mexican named Flores, who was arrested several days ago, charged with stealing a horse, yesterday yielded ti. the questions of Deputy Sheriff Murphy and revealed where he had hidden a saddle which had been missed from a ranch near where the horse had been taken. Murphy accompanied Flores to his cache and recovered thes addle. HA! HA! HA: Adv. tf FLOWERS CACTUS ICE CREAM The best always and only the best at D0N0FM0 Confectionery Co. Phone 509 CANDY TO PREACH AT MESA Rev. William Scarlett, dean of the Episcopal diocese of Arizona, will preach Sunday at St. Marks Cathedral in Mesa. IS TAKEN ILL Miss Jessie Er win, one of the barbers at the Com mercial hotel, who was taken ill Monday, is in a critical condition. ANNIVERSARY SERMON Dr. Ray Clarkson Harkef, will complete his third year as pastor of the First Meth odist church of Phoenix, Sunday morn ing. On that occision he will preach an anniversary sermon. APPROVE MINE SURVEY The Surveyor-General has approved Min eral Survey Xo. 3119, Castle Rock lode mining claim, situated in the Warren Mining listrict, Cochise Co., Arizona, John M. McGregor, claim ant. P. G. A. E. HEARING The com plaint of A. W. Swartz against the Pacific Gas and Electric company will be heard by the corporation com mission today. The matter involves a charge for re-connection of ser vice, FENNEMORE CALLS There will be a special meeting of the directors of the chamber of commerce this morning at 8:50, at the call of President H. M. Fennemore, who has something of ut most importance to bring before the organization. KIRKER TRAVELS I. J. Kirker, organizer for the National and Ari zona good roads associations, went to Chandler yesterday afternoon, and stayed on the south side during the evening, in order to attend the mass meeting at Tempe at 7:30. UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union Telegraph offices for the following: Harry C. Hou ser, Mrs. Ethel Morgan Johnson, D. H. Cameron, A. E. Ott, R. A. Tatbot, and Arizona Live Slock Association er.re Chas. Mullen. NEW CORPORATION The .East Chandler Water Users' association filed its papers of incorporation with the county recorder yesterday. The company is incorporated for $800,000, with a par value per share of $40. The incorporators are residents of Chandler, Higley, Gilbert, Tempe and Mesa. UNDERGOES OPERATION Eu gene Pierson, cashier and book keeper for the Republican, was' stricken with appendicitis late Thursday night and underwent an operation at the sisters hospital yes terday forenoon at the hands of Dr. R. W. Craig. Last evening he was reported as doing nicely. BISHOP ATWOOD RETURNS Bishop Atwood of the diocese of Ari zona returned last evening from Pres cott where he assisted in the organize- tion of the northern arehdesconery of . the Episcopal diorese of Arizona. Rev. Jacob M. White of Winslow was elect- j ed president and W. H. Archdeacon of Jerome, secretary-treasurer. After the organization was affected, s business meeting was held. THE BIBLE INSTITUTE The dosing session of weeknight services will be held tonight in the Presby terian church, commencing at 7:"0. On Sunday Dr. Page will preach at 11:30 in the Neighborhood house on the Southside. At 2 o'clock he will speak In the First Methodist church on the work of the Moody Bible Institute, and at 4 o'clock he will speak in the' Y. M. C. A. on the sub ject. "Why Study the Bible." A great interest has been awakened among the church people of Phoe nix in the present study of the Bible. OBITUARY Frank Olin Hinson. died yestefday morning at the home of his brother fourteen miles west of the city near fashion. He was born twenty-five years ago, at is bee, but has spent the greater part of his life in and around Phoenix. He leaves to mourn his loss his father who lives in Texas, one bro ther at Bisbee and two brothers. E. J. and W. L. Hinson. of Phoenix. The funeral services will be held this afternoon at two o'clock from the chapel of Moore & KeClellan. Interment will be made in Forest Lawn cemeterv. AUTO ACCIDENT C. B. Kelton, an elderly man, stopping at the Commer cial while crossing the street at the corner of Center and Washington, Thursday night at about 10:50, was struck and thrown to the pavement by an auto driven by Leslie Bennet. Jack Harris of the Kersting House was In the car at the time. The two young men picked up the stricken man, and took him to his room at the Commercial, where medical attention was given. No blame has been placed on the men driv ing the car, as the man, evidently be came confused as to which way to go, and in the mixup was struck. ADAMS ARRIVALS W. E. Smith, Tucson; J. C. Gatti, Clifton; Chas. T. Willis, Tucson; E. Katz, New York; Geo. T. Rodenbeck, Chicago; Rita Rodenbeck, New York; C. R. Turner, New York; Thos. May, Jerome; Mrs. Geo. Walker, San Diego; Mr. Roy- Walker, San Diego; TV. C. Haroer, Grand Rapids, Mich.; Fred TV. Morri son, Los Angeles; J. E. McLain, Tempe; Jos. Boyer, Detroit; R. A. Kirkman, Fresno; E. W. Childs, Mam moth; F. G. Jeanney, Salt Lake City; B A. Mitchell, Salt Lake City; Mrs. E. G. Seawell, Los Angeles; Fred C. Williams, New York; W. M. Simpson, New York; M. J. Burkhead. El Paso; Mrs. G. E. Scammon, Wagoner, Okla.: Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Davidson, Bos ton; Roy L. Hillatrom, Chicago; R. B. Dunmore, Los Angeles; V. C. Condon, Tucson: B. Britton Gotts- berger, Miami; S. P. Wright, Los An geles: R. V. Leeson. Topeka: A. A Gossard, EI Paso; C. E. Graham, Miami. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I HAVE 1914 $2000.00 car for sale, cheaper than dirt; act quick if you want. H. L. Shedd, Goodrich Block bk FOR RENT Good house on North First street, furnished, $40.00. H. L. Shedd, Goodrich Block. bk WANTED Experienced chocolate dipper at once. If not an expert don't apply. The Rose Tree, 15 W. Adams St. bl LOST Between Arizona apartment house and Woman's club, small bou quet of artificial flowers; finder return to 206' Fleming Bldg. - It THREE BOYS AND TWO GIRLS SEEKING HOMES I Hers is Chance For Families to Aid Needy Children At the Maricopa county deten tion Home there are now two girls aged thirteen and seventeen years respectively who desire homes. The younger wishes a home with a good family where she may attend school and help about the house before and after school. The older desires a place where, she may earn reason able wages. She is an active girl, understands housework and is not afraid of a reasonable amount of work. There are also three boys for whom homes are sought. One boy is about seventeen years old, under stands ranch work and would be competent to milk and do other work as might ordinarily fall to a boy of his age. He desires reasonable 'wages. Another boy, aged about thirteen years, of good parentage, tvants a home, where he may attend school and help about the home at other times. He is a bright, intelli gent boy and worthy of kindly con sideration. Still another boy, eleven years old, would appreciate a good home. It might be that if every thing is satisfactory adoption of this boy could be arranged. Applications for these children should be made to Probation Offi cer TV. J. Osborn. call 92 and ask for 19J4, or information could be secured from the matron of the home by calling 1125. Here is an opportunity for the right-minded people, desiring to do seme good in this world, to take and interests in these needy children. I Efforts in their behalf would be amp ly rewarded not only through the help the children could be to the right families, but in the satisfac tion of knowing that an unfortun ate child is being given a right start in the world. Call today. o "NEWCOMERS" PENNANTS The chamber of commerce will sup ply small pennants for the auto mobiles that carry the newcomers about the city Monday afternoon. MONEY REFUNDED Because Santa Cruz county has no redemp tion fund, State Treasurer Mit Sims yesterday refunded $1000 which had been paid in to the treasury on this acount. DR. PAGE AT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Dr. John C. Page of the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago, will preach at the Neighborhood House Sunday morning instead of Rev. Logle, the regular incumbent. BROOKS CONSENTS Speaker William E. Brooks of the house of representatives has formally accept ed the invitation to speak at the Newcomers Day exercises at the state house grounds Monday after noon. INDIANS AT MATINEE Tickets for the Squawmnn matinee this af ternoon may be had at The Re publican office all morning and the early part of the afternoon. The Columbia management has been ad vised to admit only Indian boys and girls who hold the green tickets. specially printed for the occasion. RODENBECK -HEIRS Rita Ro denbeck and Edward T. Rodenbeck, children of Henry Rodenbeck, whose funeral was held here yesterday, are stopping at the Adams with their uncle, Eugene Katz of New York. Mr. Katz is here to arrange mat ters in connection with the estate. Mr. Rodenbeck is a Chicago news paperman. CONFERENCE COMMITTEE The meeting of the Joint conference com mittee of the Phoenix organizations will take place at the Adams hotel this noon. The presidents and sec retaries of the chamber of commerce, merchants and manufacturers asso ciation. Ad clui), commercial club and rotary club will be delegates to the committee. President H. M. Fen nemore and Secretary Harry Welch of the chamber of commerce were named 'yesterday. COMMISSION MEETING In ac cordance with adjournment taken at the last meeting, the city commis sion will meet this afternoon at 1 o'clock to adopt an ordinance pre scribing rules of procedure for the trial of city officials against whom charges have been preferred and prescribing the manner in which such charges may be filed. At the last meeting of the commission fur ther adjournment of the hearing of the charges filed against Manager W. A. Parish was made to Wednes day afternoon, at 2 o'clock. It be ing found that Admission Day, falling on Sunday, February 14, would be generally observed on Monday, the date to which previous adjournment had been made. Car nf stoneware lust received con sisting of china, jars, milk crocks, bean pots, flower pots, water coolers, butter jars, etc., Dorris-Heyman Furniture Co. Watch our windows. Advertisement bk Live dealer wanted to handle Pierce- Arrow, eight cylinder King and Briscoe motor cars for Arizona. M. L. Burk head, Adams Hotel. Adv. It o Ladies shine 6c. at A. W. Sandige's Shoe Shop. Come through Kress'. Advertisement. og Watch Our Window for SATURDAY SPECIAL Dainty Sweets, 40-50c lb. goods. Special 30c. THE NEW ADAMS PHARMACY CO., In Hotel Adams Bldg. Phone 551 TODAY Is a Good Little Day for your blossom ing out in a Spring hat. The new "Knox" hats are here. Correct styles. McDougall & Cassou REMEMBER TO SEND A VALENTINE this year FEBRUARY 14th Admission Day let the people back east know about it. We have them from one cent up see the line, Elvey & Hulett Quality Druggists N. TV. 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 Bind warts removed by electricity. , SHIRLEY & 8HIRLEY Phons 1704 31 Esst Adams Street S-H-O-E-S and Hosiery That' all. Harry A. Drachmas Shoe Co. 22 West Adams St. MWNWMWMMMMMMMMMMWS Cotton Growers, Attention Buy your cotton field machinery at KUNZ BROS, i MESSINGER and save money. . Let us show you. T.W.Schock Nurseries the leading nursery of the south. Everything in our line, 344 West Adams St., Phone 1953, . . Fruit Trees Shade Trees Ornamental Roses Buy them of Getsinger & Sheffer At the PHOENIX ROSE GAR DEN & NURSERY CO. Monroe St. Opposite the "Y" INFORMATION BUREAU Every time it rains, the employes of the water users and reclamation service begin all over again to wish that the city had an information bureau, for the rapid fire of questions con cerning the rise of water behind the dam is a continued interruption, which is the most annoying sort of an interruption. The questions vary in wording, but the most often re- ORANGEWOOD Now platted and offered for sale. The choicest spot in the valley for rural homes. Every funda mental requirement for highest-class residences located in the center of the orange belt near the "Country Club of Phoenix" connected with Phoe nix by Central Avenue Boulevard and interurban car line. AND PIPED TO EACH LOT water so PUKE AND SOFT that the S. P. lly. Co. has ex pended $36,000 to carry it six miles to its new shops. Good water is as important to human health as to a steam boiler. This tract has been held in reserve for 'many years. Will now be sold on reason -'i slgLw?. air ! War Book Coupon This Coupon entitle you to one copy of THE LONDON TIMES HISTORY OF THE WAR if presented at the office of this newspaper with 98 cents to cover our cost of handling. If the book is ordered by mail, end the coupon and $1.15, with your name and address. A $3.00 Book for Only 98c Through our special advertising arrangement with The London Times we are able to make this great book offer to our readers, for a limited time only. The London Times History of the War is the one really great book on the European War. It cost $70,000 to produce and is acknowledged to be the standard author ity on the great conflict. It is a book you should own, so do not miss this opportunity to obtain it at one-third cost. It contains 400 interesting and instructive pictures. It Is a big book, size 1 xll inches, weighs about 3 pounds superior paper, oouna in Cat ont this st f peated one is, ' How high is the dam today?" and the ever-kindly clerks try not to be flippant. 0 ORDINANCE NO. 35. AN ORDINANCE CREATING THE OFFICES OF DEPUTY CITY CLERK. FOR THE PURPOSES OF REGISTRATION OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX FOR THE PRIMARY AND GENERAL ELECTIONS, TO BE HELD ON MARCH 6 AND APRIL 6. 1915, RESPECTIVELY, AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO MAKE SUCH AP POINTMENTS TO SAID OFFICES AS HE MAY FIND NECESSARY. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM MISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOE NIX, as follows: Sec. 1. That there be, and hereby are, created the offices of Deputy City Clerk, for the purposes of taking care of the registration of qualified electors of the City of F'.mnix for the primary and general elections to be held on March 6 and April 6, 1913, respectively, and of properly carryic? out the provisions of law relative to such registration; which said deputies, when appointed, shall exencise and perform, with reference to said reg istration, all the powers and duties now conferred and devolving by law upon the City Clerk. Sec. 2. The City Manager is here by authorized, empowered and di rected to employ and appoint such person or persons to the said office or offices of Deputy City Clerk, as he may from time to time find nec essary or expedient for the proper performance of the duties now re- ciuired by law to be performed by the City Clerk in relation to said ! registration; and to fix the compen sation of such person or persons at such reasonable amounts as he shall determine: provided, that whenever feasible, the preference shall be given in making stich appointments to per- vsons now in the employ of the City. I Sec. 3. Whereas, it is necessary that adequate facilitation be given to the registration of qualified electors of the City of Phoenix for the pri mary and general elections to be held Ion March 6 and April 6, respectively; and, Whereas, the immediate operation of this ordinance is necessary for the preservation of the public peace, health and safty, an emergency is hereby declared to exist, and this or dinance shall be in full force and ef fect from and after its passage by the Commission and approval by the Mayor, and is hereby exempted from the referendum provision of the city charter. PASSED by the Commission of the We Been "Going Up" for 33 Years in the estimation of the Salt River Valley depositors The National OLD able terms in tracts to suit. Building restrictions. Phoenix Trust Company 16 West Adams Street ciotn. Coupon Now City of Phoenix this lflth day if February, 1915.- ' . APPROVED this 10th day of Feb ruary, 1915. GEORGE U. YOUNG, Attest: Mayor. FRANK THOMAS, City Clerk. ' ' o STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. OFFICE OF THE UNION OIL COMPANY OF ARIZONA, PHOENIX ARIZONA. February 1st, 1915. Please take notice that, agreeable to the By-laws of the Corporation, the Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Union Oil Company of Arizona will be held at the office of the Corporation at its principal place of business Phoe nix, Maricopa County, Arizona, on Thursday, February 18th, 1915, at 2 o'clock P. M., for the election of Direc tors and for the transaction of such other ousiness as may come before the meeting. JOHN McPEAK, Secretary California Restaurant : Under new management. Give us a trial! WOOD AND COAL Phoenix Wood and Coal So. 3rd and Jackson Sts. Phone 1235 AMERICAN KITCHEN Regular Meals, 35 Cents. Short Orders. All Night. 33 North Center, Phoenix. Yee Sing, Proprietor. E. S. WAKELIN I GROCER CO. WHOLESALE REDEWILL MUSIC CO. Established in 1881 224 West Washington St. INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED Pianos Rebuilt and Refinishes" ssvtavV,i have Bank of Arizona I RELIABLE"