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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1915.
PAUE SEVEN Saturday SPECIALS 50 CENT DAY t. lbs Sugar 50c 11 lbs. Rice 50c 8 lbs Rolled Oats... 50c G lbs Rolled Wheat. 50c 3 lbs Walnuts 50c 3 lbs fresh ground Chili 50c 3 eans Van Camp's Tuna .... 50c 3 cans Mauco As paragus 50c 3 glass jars II. M. Jams 50c 3 lbs Salt Pork ... 50c 1 lbs Mixed Candy. 50c 4 Eatniore Health Food 50c 7 boxes 10c Sodas. .50c 0 Loaves Bread . . . .50c Made from Moses' Best Flour And Manv Others I'M EE'S CASH STORE H16H SCHOOL NOTES GLEANED BY THE CUB BY THE CUB Ureal enthusiasm has been arousfj over the senior-junior class rush that is to take place on the campus next Tuesday afternoon. Both classes are in training for the great event and mean to win if possible. The rush will be fifteen minutes long and will taEe place on the lawn of the school's cam pus. Arthur Halm, who has had much experience in such things while at col lege, has consented to act with Mr. Turner as referee. The ush itself will be limited to members of sections two and four of the senior class while sec tions six and eight will represent the juniors. The junior sections outnum ber that of the seniors by about a dozen huskies so the seniors will have to scrap to win. Certain Freshmen beauties of the ulty from the faculty table during the weaker sex have calmly driven the fac first lunch period. These fair damsels, it seems, have started out to conquer the school and seem to have started on Mr. Colodney, as that gentleman was the only member of the whole faculfc' who was lucky enough to obtain a chair at the table that these innocent young freshmen girls have taken as their own. At an assembly held Thursday morn ing the boys and girls were divided. The girls going to the study hall where they were addressed by Doctor Page on sn Interesting subject. Mr. Allen of the School of Music gave several darkle dialect readings that brought great ap plause. The boys stayed in the audi torium where they wero given a talk on a subject of intense importance to them by Dr. Exner, the Y. M. C. A. lec turer. The talks were intensely Inter esting to bnti sections of the school and were highly appreciated. Tlie football men who received their P's Thursday are as follows: Ed Brooks, captain; H. Osborn, Tom Mar lar, Teel, Lewis. Vinsel, Ellis, (ialpin. Evans Luke, Comstock V. Wilkey, and Basil Wilkv. There are the football heroes of this last season who played three or more halves. The freshman A's accepted the chal lenge of the new freshie to a series of baseball games. Twenty years of learning how Taught us what we're doing now Best Evaporated New York Hasp berries 40c New shipment of all kinds of cheese Wooden box Soda Crackers ........ 38c Kansas Graham Flour & Corn Meal. 40c Fine Evaporated Peaches 10c Fine Kvaporated Apples 12U S Cans Alpine Milk 25c Big can Pure Jam 20c Pure New Orleans Molasses all sizes 8 Big Loaves Delicious Bread Still.. 23c Chipped Beef in glass, each 10c New pack pure Ground Chili only 20c lb Campbells Big cans Baked Beans ..10c New pack Asparagus 17c McKEE'S CASH STORE (Advertisement) It TIA! HA! HA! - (Ailv) tf PUPILS ARE ALL AG06 Over Republican's Matinee at Columbia This After noon Tickets to Be Had at Rcpnblk-an Office This Morning A gru?i deal of micros! has been cre ated at the Indian si'rool am' arounfl town by The Republican's party at the Columbia theater 'this afternoon, when pupils of the big institution Km! former pupils, now working in tiv city, will be given a chance to ;;ee th "Squaw man." There was an entertainment at the Indian school last night, and Miss Ohingrn took advantage of the oc casion to mention the matinee lo tne gucstn and to indicate a flock of green tickets for it. So. the Indian pupils are all agog over the chance to w itness a reai play, in which the inter-relations of the Any-lo-Saxon and Indian races form the basis lor .1 strong plot. Never before have Indian pupils been given an opportunity to visit a play, as guests of a newspaper, so the occas ion is a notable one. Tickets will be available at Thi Re publican office this morning and early this afternoon. The Columbia will hon or all such green special tickets as are held by Indian boys and girls, but will not admit anyone else on this sort of ticketn. A whole section has been reserved for the Indian boys and girls; a large crowd of them w expected. The matinee commences at 2:S0 o MANY INVITATIONS ABE DISTRIBUTED V'h"ii the books were consulted yes terday, it was discovered that 1,700 of the invitation cards, distributed to cor respondents by the Arizona Republi can, through the chamber of commerce, had been sent to easterners, likely to make trips wewt within the next half year. The invitation cards are excel lent example of the master-printer's art. anl are well calculated to please the recipients. They explain the $2.80 rate on stopovers from main line junc tions to Phoenix. Alon,; with each batch of invitations, sent to the business men for ue in their eastern mail, the chamber of com merce encloses a neat little typewrit ten card, explaining the reasons for this unique form of publicity. o FLORENCE TO GBEE1 GOOD ROAD WORKERS zina is the title of a special fea Organizers Prepare for big Meeting .. at Pinal County Seat This Af ternoon; Tucson is Next I Special to The Republican) FLORENCE. Feb. 12. Florence is preparing to greet the good roads organizers tomorrow, with a rous ing meeting of the members of the commercial club, and a mass meet ing of all who are interested In the work. President F. .J. McCarthy and Secretary R. L. Kurns of the commercial club will be in charge of the meetings, at which delegates fiom the Phoenix organization, of ficers of the association and the national organizer. Mr. I. J. Kir- F I Ei COlilTTEES FILLED l!( CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Sonic committees were filled at the weekly meeting of the directors of the chamber of commerce. The work of dividing up committee ap pointments is slightly late, on ac count of the fact that the plan has been adopted of permitting everyone to specify preferences. The following committees weic named: House and Exhibits 11. L. Aller, J. L. Gust. II. S. Prince, T. B. Stew art. Chas. McElroy. Farm and Rural Affairs ('. A. Donofrio, J. c Norton. Ernest Hall, A. S. Reed, George Alkire, P. Acpli, C T. Peabody, H. E. Ilemis, Ralph M urphy. Transportation C. . Dorris, C. A. Stauffer, Ancil Martin. II. p. De Mund, A. Goldberg, H. B. Wilkin son, John Dennett, Jr., H. J. Mu ('luiig. Advertising Chas. A. Stauffer, Ar thur Luhrs, Roy .Murray, Jay Al k're, A. G. Dulmage. Finance Guy Alsap. II. It. Tritle. I:. T. Hazelett, P. T. Sluybuck. Civics G. E. Noll. C I). Dorris. Warren SfcArthur, V. M. Fickas. C. J. McElroy. Public Buildings and Armory J. L. Gust. Chas. Donofrio. C. R. Wood, Geo. A. Olney, V. L. Clark. B. E. Marks, T. F. Weedin. TO WAIT FOR MAIN LINE CONNECTIONS Arizona Eastern Will Hold Phoenix Train at Maricopa until Two in Morning if Trains Are Late. Better connections at Maricopa for travelers bound Phoenixward over he Southern Pacific is the purpose of an agreement between Arizona Eastern and Espee traffic departments, which was approved yesterday by the cor poral ion commission. I'ndcr the new arrangement the Arizona Eastern will hold the train Idne to reach Phoenix at 10:30 p. m. af Maricopa until two hours after midnight, if necessary, to connect with (train No. 1 on the main line. If the westbound train is on time, and No. 12, the Sunset limited eastbound .will not arrive before 11 p. m., an I extra will be run to Phoenix on the .arrival of No. I. and the regular train 'will wait for the passengers on No. 102. j In case there are not ten passen gers for Phoenix on No. 102. and the j train will not he In before 11 o'clock, ithe regular train to Phoenix will leave on time and will not make connection with the train from the west. The Southern Pacifier will keep the Ari zona Eastern advised as to the num ber of passengers for the capital city. The arrangement for improved con nections came as a result of the oom- rooneu ai .uaricopa. one ingni ihhl December, by reason of the fact that the Arizona Eastern train did not wait for two belated trains on the main line. Help! the Chicago trial makes us all want to see the pill coming over the plate. That's baseball. ker will be speakers. The meeting takes place tomor row at one-thirty. E. S. Stafford, Final coumy engineer will tell the meeting about good roads work on the state highway and throughout the county. It is expected that after the meet ing. Mr. Kirker will go on to Tuc son, there to continue his work of organizing local chapters of ..the state and national associations. - SATURDAY AND MONDAY MUST CLEAN A TOILET SOAPS Certified Toilet Soap, reg. 10c... 5c Maxine Elliott, reg. 10c 5o 25c D. D. D. Medicated Soap... 9c Squibbs' Refined Soap, 25c jar... 9c 25c Birmingham Nasal Douche... 3c 15c Eye Bath Cups 3c 10c Carbolic Acid 3c 10c Putman and Diamond Dyes... 3c WHAT 1 CENT WILL BUY 10c Orange Sticks 1c 10c. Pressed Herbs 1c 10c Assorted Flower Seeds 1c 25c Tooth Brush Holders 1c Fruit Extracts, Syrups $3.00 gallon jugs, all flavors 98c l2-gallon jars Crushed Fruit, $2.25 regularly 93c SPONGES 40c Sponges 9c One The easiest money made is to save it in buying ne cessities. This place is crowded with them. 30 North T (J. AY. Barrows as an Ad ded Feature to Program Ileflin Talks Locks, and Holnnuiist a City Plan Turning from service talks for a while, the Rotary club yesterday aft ernoon heard what iias oeen called the best speech ever delivered before it. George W. Barrows, a personal friend of President Lincoln, added to the program at the last moment to speak concerning the great emancipator, de livered one of the most appealing ad dresses ever heard on the martyr president. Quite aside from the really forceful and interesting business ad dresses of Fred Holmquist and W. S. Ileflin, Mr. Barrows' talk made the hit of the program. The commemoration of the birthday of Abraham Lincoln, personal bits of information about him and a deeply thoughful character portrait formed the basis for the Barrows' address, which, coming on the anniversary of his birth, added much to the rotarians' program. Chairman V. C. Button called about fifty rotarians to order after an ex cellent luncheon had been eaten at the Adams Grill. A number of visitors were present. About Locks, Mostly. V. S. Heflin of the Talbot and Hubbard company: "Hardware is the most essential part of the equipment of every build ing. No single detail of architecture is of more importance, nothing in a building gets so much or is subjected to so much abuse. "In selecting hardware for the home, the front door should be first carefully considered. Because it is the main entrance to the building, its central architectural feature, the place where our friends arc welcomed and receive their first impressions, it .spe cially requires hardware trimmings that are in perfect harmony with the style of architecture and in proper proportion to the door. "Cylinder locks are now most gen erally used on front doors, and on .account of the very high degree of security they offer, should be used on .all outside doors." I Mr. Heflin went into detail regard ing cylinder locks, which he described in words, and by means of a "cut iOUt" lock, which he passed around. I Not "By a Damsite." I Fred Holmquist, . civil engineer, broke back from the main survey and covered some ground not mentioned in the reconnaisance. Instead of speaking on the topic, "By Damsite," ("Fritz" went into detail about "Why (a City Plan" which he read as the I title of his address in a question- ing tone of voice. That the city beautiful is an eco nomical thing as well as a joy for ever, was the gist of Holmquist's re marks. For. he proved, planning a city's development along lines of beauty, simply has to result in much saving of money due to the fact that development will be all co-ordinated, and along pre-arranged ideas. In closing, he brought out the real punch of his speech, when he said: "If you are interested in a city I beautiful and we have a wonderful opportunity here insist tin having a definite plan formulated for Phoenix. If you care nothing for beauty, but merely for economy, do it anyway, as it means dollars and cents to every person who fives here, and doubly !sn to those who pay taxes." I Holmipiist gave eight sound reasons for city planning, and bncked them up with one of the best addresses of his young and interesting career. i HEARS U U 0 THESE PRICES WILL DO Dollar Patents All Staples Foley's Kidney Remedy Foley's Honev and Tar King's New Discovery Ozomulsion Wine of Cardui Plant Juice S. S. S. Warner's Safe Cure Miles' Heart Tonic Resinol Ointment Perfumes, 50c Size .... 19c 4711 Eau de Cologne, $1.00 size 43c Palmer's Violet, Apple Leaves, White Rose, Lilac, regular 50c oz.l9c Jergen's Violet Royal, 50c, now 19c Jergen's Toilet Water, $1.00 size 46c L3D First Avenue It L TABLEAUX i SPLENDID SUCCESS Young People Score in Attractive Pro gram at Woman's Club Under Auspices of Guild. Society turned out en masse lust night to hear the musical tableaux presented by the Guild of Trinity Pro Cathedral at the Woman's club, and was rewarded with one of the most unique and attractive events of the season The tableaux of the first half of the program was put on entirely by chil dren, all of whom did exceptionally well. Etheldieda Seabury was espe cially artistic in "An April Girl," as was Sylvia Lewis in "Good Morrow, Pretty Rose Bush." "The Boy and the Toot'' was sung by Master Watson Defty. the four-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Defty. By a strange coincidence Watson's brother, Dwight Defty ap peared in a musical performance last night in Evanston, Illinois. Mrs. W. Galen Burris rendered two songs in the last half of the enter tainment in a most charming manner. After the first, "Coming Thro' the Rye," Miss Lily Westervelt and Rob ert Beardsley acted so naturally that they were called back three times. Mrs. James Westervelt, who had charge of the program deserves great credit for the splendid success of the evening's entertainment. o ROYS' CLASS TO NOLO EFFICIENCY CONTEST Physical Director Fitzgerald of the; Y. M. C. A. will conduct a boys' effi ciency contest in gymnasium work this afternoon at two o'clock. The con test is open to all boy members of the gym classes of the Y, between the ages yf fourteen and eighteen. The contest is a new feuture. ad vocated and under the ausoices of llio Tnlnrn:, t ifn:t 1 rnmmiltp Tlia Iwti-u ! of the gym classes of the Y have been making great strides in their work, and this afternoon's contest will determine the best of the class. f AMUSEMENTS Specials at the Lamara A visit to the I 'Diversity of An ient is the title if a special picture to be shown at the Lamara theater, all day tomorrow. The picture shows t lie work of the School of Mines, Ag laullnrc. Liberal Arts. Athletics anl all of the ither branches. The I'niversity faculty is especially anx- I i.ius to have the members of the le gislature see the picture, as it will Kivc ihem an idea of the excellent work being done by the ducational dpartment of the state. Another feature of four reels, i the Eclair subject. "The God's De vice" a sequel to Protea, that won derful and spectacular photoplay which was shown in this city a short time as. Regale's New Manager Fniler the management of J. W. Davis. The Regale theater has as sumed a new place in theater cir cles of the t iiy. The new owner has brightened up his theater im mensely and has given all sorts of promise of being actually a live one in the game. Recently Mr. Davis contracted with the Universal com pany fur Ihe ilelivery uf first run pictures of thirty lo sixty days re lease Giving the growing patron age of the house an opportunity to see newer pictures of that make than have evei before been shown in Phoenix In order to recompense tim house for this :idded exiiense however, he has been o.diged to make it a one price house instead of the two prices as before. All Was the Fire Insurance Co.'s OK BUY ULT 3685 Satisfied Customers In 1914 SPRING OPENING IN TEN DAYS 11-13 East Adams the seats will now be sold for the same money. Today a very ex cellent program featuring "Mary Ful ler," one of the first film favor ites of the land will be the lead 'n a great idealistic picture "The Heart of the Night Wind." Charles Ogle will support her. Keystone Comedy at Lion Two's an awfully funn Kcyston. at the Lion theater today, called "Fatty's Jonah Day'' and the big jolly fat comedian, "Fatty" Arbuckle gets into all kinds of hard luck. Us a picture that will drive away the blues and cause continuous laughter. The two reel Thanhoiiscr drama "The Reader of Minds" is a finished pro duction in every way and is a pic ture that will be enjoyed. To in sure of laughs there. is another com edy on the hill today. "The Old Good for Nothing" by the Majestic players is pleasing lini ujji furnish good entertainment. Tomorrow the Lion shows a one day program in cluding a good Keystone comedy and Mutual Weekly No. 104 which con tains the latest news in picture form. New Bdl at Coliseum. Tonight will witness an almost com plete change of hill at the Coliseum, insofar as the work presented by the three acts is concerned. The same clever lineup will he on hand, but all being performers of unlimited versatil ity are enabled to appear with entire ly new acts this evening. Of course IO La Mejor i Cualquier Precio No hay otra levadura en polvo que produce mejores galletas, tortas y pasteleria. No hay otra tampoco, tan puro y saludable. m Levadura THIS PLACE IT f To Move This Tre- V mendous Stock of Drugs and O Sundries In a Few Days. TALCUM POWDERS Williams, Colgate's, Palmer's, Men nen's, 25c cans 13c Thermos Bottle Fillers $1.25, pints 59c LEATHER GOODS Coin Purses, Bill Folds, Card Cases, etc., 1-3 to '2 REGULAR PRICES 10c Toilet Paper 6 for 25c 10c Steamboat Flaying Cards... 5c Crutches for almost nothing. MINERAL WATERS Witters, 50c 29c 15c White Rock Splits 7c INKS 5c Inks 3c 10c Inks BRING A BASKET Take it away. I am liter ally making you a present of it. Sale THMT B3Q W n - Opposite Hotel Adams Jimmy Rose will still be on hand lo dish out the laughs, and his partner. Jimmy Cunningham, will a via in render, as only he knows hew. one i.f those charming ballads which have made him so well known. The Creightons have been very busy of late framing up a really different act. and one that is sure to win them new favors. .Miss Hazel Edwards will offer for approval a bunch of new popular airs. -Miss Edwards has he come quile a favorite with the local theatergoers, and each evening finds her with a firmer hold on her numer ous admirers. A chance' will also bn made in the movie pmgr..iu, which will comprise one of tie.se laughable Keystone comedies. "Ready Money a Panmcmt'' The Arizona offers ti.iiay ;it the special matinee Edward Alleles in the greet stage sunrss ' 'Kciuly .Mo ney." It is safe to say Mr. Alleles of Broadway fame, from his pile nominal success in "i;pvsier's .Mil lions" is at his best fr.nn the sil ent drama Mandpuint In this pro duction. "Ready .Money." The cast includ.es the well kimwii stars as follows: T!ie".!uv Knherls. James Neil. Dick I. a I'.en i and I Jes sie Barriscale. The plotting of this feature is all laid in Arizona and as a Paramount offering, it is one of the best yet. This will be offered at the matinee at two-thirty today end evening performance for the last time. OUT 6c i Eh Pen I iiL f T A1 r:l : "