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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING!, FEBRUARY 1(5, 1913 PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES will rorrect that error of vision and make soring tlie pleasure it .should be to you. NORTH RU P OPTICAL CO., Eyesight Specialists 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 othor granite used. Tm.i.iia tt')1 for nrlpM BENNETT LUMBER COMPANY Everything in Lumber MACHINERY Machinery of all kinds built, re built or repaired. Best equipped shop in state. Only expert me chanics. Work guaranteed. O'NEILL AUTO 6V SUPPLY CO. 32S-328-330 N. Central WHEN DOWN TOWN feel free to use our desk phcne at customer's desk, at front of store near side entrance. Central Pharmacy W. R. Wayland, Mgr. Goodrich Block Phone 591 anytime from 7:30 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. The Gem Ear Phone Is a very satisfactory hearing device. Free private demon strations. ffo-roftcrcu oiuvmr- ut wt. au EOCENE "THAT INCUBATOR OIL" Wo have an unlimited supply 011 hand. Buy it now. It is .self heat regu lating. Cheaper because it gives more heat with less oil. Don't burn up good eggs. We guaran tee it. Demand Standard Brands Phoenix Oil Co. cli.ru niuftCV. An groan. , .. --. m k IUM1111, coni.cn vnr. r J , MARVIN'S MUSIC I Ifl Of Local Interest STORED WATER UPPLY Water service report for Feh. 15" Elevation of water in reservoir, feet 185.32 Contents of reservoir, acre ft..77,171 Gain preceding :M hours, acre feet 9,208 Elevation of water one year ago today 12:1.68 Contents of reservoir one year ago today 219.752 Flow of Salt and Verde rivers at Cranite Keef dam, M. I. . ."09,440 Amount of water used for irri gation, north side, M. 1 7,788 Amount of water used for irri gation, south side, M. I none LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY 6 a. m. 6 p. m. Temperature, degrees ... 4: f7 Sensible temperature .... 41 54 Humidity, per cent 87 44 Wind direction R XW Wind velocity, ...miles.. 4 3 Rainfall .'. . 0 0 Weather Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Highest temperature 71 Lowest temperature 42 Mean relative humidity t!ti Kxcess in temperature yesterday, 2 decrees. Kxcess in temperature since first of month. 8 degrees. Accumulated excess in temperat ure since January 1, 8 degrees. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday. .02 inch. Kxcess in rainfall since first of month. .07 inch. Accumulated excess in rainfall since January 1, .f,9 inch. Data For Tucson Highest temperature yesterday. .. .74 Rainfall yesterday 0 HO BERT R. RRIOGS, Section Director. o PRICES PAID TODAY BY WALTER HILL & CO. Eggs, fresh ranch 17',4c Friers, per dozen $5.00 Hens, per lb 13c & 15c Cheese, per lb 13c LON HOEYE Mr. and Mrs. and .Miss I.on Hoeye of Casa Grande are in the city for a few days. Mr. Hoeye 'will be remembered as one time Hudson denier here, and a live wire along gasolene row. NEW DEPARTMENT Harry T. Ballah. proprietor of the fruit, vege table and dairy products store at ins North First avenue has added a complete grocery department, so is now able to supply about everything that's eatable or cookable. MAY ELIZABETH WOOD-Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Wood of 1021 West (Taylor are rejoicing in the arrival of a fine baby girl, their first born. The mother has named her May Elizabeth after the fashion of the familv for a number of geerations. PATTEE HERE Assistant l. S. Attorney Sam L. Pattee arrived yes terday from Tucson for a day's work at headquarters. Attorney Tom Flynn, who is still husv over the Tucson term, is expected back this week. Pattee is returning at once to Tucson. TO GOLDFIELD Mayor and Mrs, George 1'. Young will be passengers this morning on the T'nion Stage line, running from Phoenix to Globe, en route to Goldfield. where the day will be spent at Mammoth mine. They expect to return in the after noon. ILLNESS OF MRS. Y EAGER A message was received from Glendale yesterday saying that Mrs. H. C. Yeager who is with her husband at the residence of their son. Ben Yeager, is seriously ill of nervous prostration. She will be brought to Phoenix as soon as possible. BASKET SOCIAL As a feature of the county Sunday school convention, this week, the young ladies of Miss Myrtle Johnston's class, will conduct a basket social at the Y. M. C. A. The affair promises to he most en joyable, in addition to the lunches, chocolate will he served. MAN NEEDS AID Humane Officer Canning would like to have some charitably inclined person make a present of a couple of blankets or quilts to a man who is partially par alyzed, and has a large family. If any one has the desired articles. Mr. Canning" will call for them HINTS TO FARMERS Fifty copies of "Hints to Farmers." a late bulletin published by the University of Arizona, are on hand at the cham ber of commerce, for any. who wishes them. One pamphlet deals with the home garden and the other with grane culture. Y. W. C. A. BIBLE CLASS The Y. W. C. A. Bible class under the leadership of Miss Nell Blount, will begin this week a series of readings on "Women of the Old Testament." The regular weeklv lesson has heen changed to Tuesday evening at 6:45 All young women are welcome, bring bibles, note book and pencil. REX DUNLAP'S NEW JOB .T. ,T. Sweeney, cashier of the National Bank of Arizona vesterdav received a letter from Rex Dunlan the minlnp engineer snying that he will sail from New York on February 57 for Europe to act as correspondent for a large eastern newspaper. Mr. Dunlan. who recently went east, wrote from Kansas City. LATEST OF OLIVE YARN C. I. Helm, sometimes railed the man who makes everything grow, manages to spring a new press-agent yarn about every ten days. This time it is about a two-year olive tree, raised at the Camelback nursery, which when pulled last week, was found to have a tap-root that was three feet and nine inches long. Roots are the big feature to look for on nur sery stock, says Mr. Helm, and "roots" are what his stock has. Arizona Lodge Nov'2 F, & A. Iff' M. will confer the 3rd degree. 'r this. Tuesdfiv. evenlnp- nt 730 o'clock. Visiting Brethren cordially in vited. Signed O. P. HART, W. M. (Advertisement) It RECEIVES SAD NEWS Frank E. Bellamy received word yesterday of the death of his father, at his home in Knoxville, Iowa. The burial took place on the 14th. BACK ON JOB Col. M. Feinstone. former floor manager at Koiticks, who has been absent for several weeks, has resumed his position in the big establishment. UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union Teiegraph offices for the following: Blount, Straughn. Antonio O. Turralde, E. K. Marshall, Pedro Gonzales and Robert Donelson. MOOSE DANCE The third of the series of twelve social dances under the auspices of the Moose lodge will be held this evening at Moose Home. These are informal dances and a right royal time is assured all .Moose and their friensd. The public" is cor dially invited. The admission has been placed at fifty cents. HOMES FOR CHILDREN There are two boys and a girl at the Mari copa. County Detention Home for whom Probation officer W. J. Os born is seeking homes. One boy is about seventeen years old and de sires a position on a ranch where he may earn reasonable wages. An other boy is thirteen years old and wishes a home where he may attend school and help with the chores out til' school hours. The girl is also thirten years oid and desires a home where she may attend school and assist about the house. Application should be made to Officer Osborn who may be reached by calling 92; and asking for 13K4. These children ire deserving and any person having any need of such assistance as they, may be able to give should make ap- plication today. The matron of the home will be glad to give any in formation. Call 1125. f AMUSEMENTS 1 4 MARY PICKFORD CALLS Little Mary, heroine of many a charming love etory, and not a few comedies, was at what she calls her "second best" In "Hearts Adrift", which made the usual Pickfordian hit at the Arizona last night, and w ill be on there again today. For, Miss Pickford has her two likeablest pictures lucked, and "Hearts Adrift" is numlier two. Thetitory is not exactly an engaging one, for it ends with Mary socrificing herself, in order that the man who had become her husband way out there on a desert island, might go back to the world, and take his customary place among men. How the tale is unwound is just as the master-filmers. the Fam ous Player people would do it. At the Columbia Mr. Redmond anil his company of fered Paul Armstrong's play of the east side of New York city last night at the Columbia and scored ,r,e of the most distinctive hits of the engagement. The Deep Purple is a remarkable play and offards the every member of the company a chance to shine. Miss Higgins. in the part of Frisco Kate, stepped away from her line last night to make a bid in a part that would try most any leading woman, and gave a splendid per formance. Mr. Redmond, Mr. Karnx, Mr. .Vetcalf and Mr. Penfold each acquited themselves in distinctly dif ferent roles, while Miss Marvin Ham mond is the lead was given a part that generally falls to the leading woman. The Deep Purple is a splendid ex ample play, besides being so full of novelty as to stand it out from any other offering the Redmond stock company has done in the two months trey have been here. "Million Dollar Mystery at Lion" The 20th episode of "The Million Dollar Mystery," entitled "The Secret Warning," is shown at the Lion the ater today and is a splendid num ber containing many well acted scenes and entertaining in plot. There are only two more episodes of this picture and then comes the solution, which is produced from the an swer that won the $16,000 prize. "The Barrier of Flames." a Thanhouser two-reel drama featuring the Kidlet and her dog Shep, is one of the best pictures of its kind seen in a long time and holds the interest in a nice manner. The last number of "Our Mutual Girl" is on the pro gram today and Margaret bids good bye after appearing regularly at the Lion for an entire year. The comedy number today is good and Fay Tincher brings many laughs in "The Housebreakers." Tomorrow the Lion shows "Zudora" as the headliner of a six-reel program. Seven Days ' Funny "Seven Days", the Klaw and Erlang er comedy at the Empress again to night is quite the neatest comedy seen here in a long time. In fact, "Seven Days" is a film story of "When A Man Marries", that klllingly funny novel by Mary Roberts Rinehart. With the huge fun-maker, is one of Romalne Fielding's best films The Blind Power featuring the black haired leader hlmnelf, in a part that you call "sort of intense-Uke". The two features together with La Wayne, the funny man with the hynotic eyes, make a prettydrawing kind of a bill for the Adams street show shop. TRAVEL AS A TUTOR "You learn much by travel." "How now ?" "The streets of Boston surprised me. They are just like the streets of other cities." "Why not?" "I thought streets in Boston had La tin names." Pittsburg Post. QUITE NECESSARY The Frenchman did not like the look of the barking dog barring his COPPER WILL Dr. L. 1). Ricketts Here, Believes Situation is 01 Mend His View Held Even During the Late Depression Dr. L. D. Ricketts, the advisory en gineer of niot ot the ;.'iri;e mines in this, and of some in other siaies, Is in the city having arrived late on Sunday night. Dr. Ricketts is a more frequent visitor to Phoenix Ihan he had been in the past. He is one of the reorganiz es of the Valley Bank, though it can not be said that the new Valley Bank is a reorganization of the old one. Speaking of the copper situation. Dr. Ricketts said hint night that he looked tor an improvement. It will be re membered, last fall when the mining men generally were taking a hopeless view of the copper mining business in consequence of the British declaration and the seizure by British warships cif American cargoes, Dr. Ricketts pre served a-degree of optimism and de clared that there would be no cessation of the industry in this state. He then looked for an early improvement which shortly after appeared. Dr. Ricketts has lately emerged from a camping trip with a party of men like himself who wanted a rest. They did not go hunting; they had no other object than to get out on the desert, away from railroads and remote from telegraph stations, where they could just rest. E GOES TO VISIT SANTA CRUZ FARMERS To meet the agriculturists of Santa Cruz county on their own farms and for the purpose of getting better ac quainted with them. Prof. Stanley F. Morse of the University of Arizona leaves tomorrow on a tour of that sec tion of the state. Prof. Morse will go first to Nogales, then to Patagonia and Sonoita. He will visit Klgin, and the Canilla country, reaching Benson on February 20. He will return to Tucson February 21. Farmers and local people generally have been asked to co-operate in the matter of furnishing transportation. WOMAN'S CLUR TO REAR OF "CENTURY OF PEACE" The Woman's flub will observe the centenary of peace between the two great Knlish speaking nations of the world, on Tuesday February l'i at 2: lit, when Jmli;e Kirhanl E. Sloan will address thf Hub on "A Century of peace." The musical numbers will be giv en by Mrs. Hay Wayland, who will play "Serenade in 1 1. M inor, by Ruberu'tein and Fanmtelle. Opus Xu. 1!, by Moszkmiski. LAST HOPE CONE (Continued From Page One) reserve board. The house democratic caucus went into session tonight with Representa tive Webb of Xorth Caroline in charge of the fight for the special rule to consider the phip purchase bill and Representative Page of Xorth Carolina leading the opposition. An other portion of the inquiry resulted from an amendment added to the Itur ton resolution by the committee on audit and control, directed against an alleged lobby by the "shipping trust and by corporations that might be forced to compete with a government shipping line. It also directed in quiry as to what United States sena tors are stockholders or bondholders of shipping- corporations. Efforts of administration senators to force a cloture rule continued to day the democratic majority succeed ing in figrhtinp its way through a parliamentary ambuscade and forcing the republicans to renew their filibus ter in order to prevent a cloture vote. Should a vote on general or special rule to limit debate be forced, the republican leaders feared that several republicans would stand with the ad ministration democrats. On several roll calls there was a tie vote, the vice president saving the day for the administration. Pending before the senate is Sena tor Reed s motion to order a vote on the ship purchase bill not later than February 10, with a general cloture substitute by Senator Xnrris to limit debate to each senator on any bill to I America's J Greatest Cigarette llll Miikirsoflhell'llQsTiniish llll EgyptunGgarettamlkVixid llll New Ideas For Old If you can divest your self of all your clothes prejudices for fifteen minutes while you de sign our specially de signed ready clothes for men, we will guar antee to give you a to tally new set of pref erences that will save you time, trouble and money the rest of your life. Adler Rochester, So ciety Brand and Rogers Peet clothes for Spring now ready. McDougall & Cassou The New Way Men's Shop A TRUSS not properly fitted very often proves en injury. j 3UR TRUSS EXPERT will give you free advice and will properly fit any ase. All fittings guaranteed. If in erested, visit our truss department. i ELVEY & HULETT Quality Druggists Never Substitute X. W. Cor. Adams and 1st Ave. I l'lioenix ! I'Xeill lildg. Phones 411 and 441 S " H ' O' E" S and Hosiery That'a all. Harry A Drachmai Shoe Co. 22 West Adams 8t. T.W. Schock Nurseries the leading nursery of the south. Everything in our line, 344 West Adams St., I'hone 1!52. three hours, and an amendment by Senator Cummins which would make the rule inoperative against a bill on which senators of any party had at tempted to bind senators in caucus. Throughout the day administration leaders made vigorous but unavailing efforts to win over Representative Kitehin of North Carolina, leader of the next house. Late in the day Sec retary Daniels of the navy, who is from Mr. Kitehin's home state, made a trip to the capitol. He was closeted with Representative Kitehin for near ly an hour, but when he left the lat ter reiterated his determination to vote against the bill and to keep aloof from active participation in the fight. STATE, COUNTY AND CITY (Continued From Page One) caviliers. Col. Carter paid a glowing tribute to the women of the new state, and spoke of their large part in the up building of the west. In conclusion he spoke of the high honor which had been accorded the Newcomers, and thanked the governor, and other officials for the welcome they had extended. At the close of the program the New comers were received in the executive offices, where Gov. Hunt and his staff headed the receiving line. Those who welcomed the guests in this way in cluded the speakers of the day, other officials and representatives of prac tically all the societies and church or ganizations of the city. '"The celebration of Newcomers day far exceeded our expectations, said Chairman Parnett E. Marks last even ing, "and I hope it can be made a per manent institution. It was no small amount of work for the committee in charge, but we feel that it was well worth while and that the practice of welcoming new residents in this way ought to be an annual custom. "WHEN WORDS FAIL, SEND DOLLY VARDEN CHOCOLATES" Try a box of Quartette Chocolates a very choice quality of assorted nut and fruit centers. The New Adams Phar macy Hotel Adams Bldg. Phone 551 Are you still SMOKING? I Remember, Johnnie wants a "Big Y" apple (when you want a smoke) 0RANGEW00D Xow platted and offered for sale. The choicest spot in the valley for rural homes. Every funda mental requirement for highest-class residence 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 PURE AND SOFT that the S. P. Ry. Co. has ex pended .$rG,(X)() to carry it six miles to its new shops. Good water is as important to human health as to a steam boiler. This tract lias been held in reserve for many years. AVill now be sold on reason W. S. Goldsworthy, General Agent. Phone 453. ORDINANCE NO. 35. AX ORDINANCE CREATING THE OFFICES OF DEFI'TV CITY CLERK. FOR THE PURPOSES OF REGISTRATION ' OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX FOR THE PRIMARY AND GENERAL ELECTIONS, TO EE HELD ON MARCH 6 AND APRIL 6, Win, RESPECTIVELY. AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO MAKE SUCH AP POINTMENTS TO SAID OFFICES AS HE MAY FIND NECESSARY. P.E IT ORDAINED P.Y THE COM MISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOE NIX, as follows: See. 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 elec tors of the City of p'lunix for the primary and general elections to be held on March 6 and April 6, 1915, respectively, and of properly earryirp out the provisions of law relative to such registration; which said deputies, when appointed, shall exercise and perform, with reference to said reg istration, all 'the powers and duties now conferred and devolving by law tupon '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 quired by law to he 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 HAIR GOODS FOR SALE Ladles' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing. Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair Dressing; Expert Chiroporlsts, all foot troubles removed. Moles and warts removed by electricity. SHIRLEY A SHIRLEY Phone 1704 3t East Adams Street Cotton Grower, Attention Buy your cotton field machinery at KUNZ BROS. & MESSINGER and aave money. Let ua show you. ARIZONA BEST RIPE OLIVES Munger Bros. Co. The National Bank of Arizona Capital, $200,000.00 Surplus. .$175,000.00 Our savings department pays 4 and is under national bank supervision able terms in tracts to suit. Building restrictions. Phoenix Trust Company 16 West Adams Street National Orange Show San Bernardino February 17 to 24, Inclusive Spectacular, beautiful, instructive and very interesting. See it. To San Bernardino ) MA 7C and Return (VV.lD Tiekets on sale: Fell. HI to 24, ii.cl. iieturn limit: Fell. 2.1. determine: provided, that whenever ! feasible1, the preference shall be given I in making such appointments to per i sons now in the employ of the City. Sec. 3. Whereas, it is necessary J that adequate facilitation be given to j the registration of qualified electors jot the City of Phoenix for the pri mary and general elections to be held on 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 City of Phoenix this 10th day of February, liMj. APPROVED this 10th day of Feb ruary, PHI. GEORGE V. YOUNG, I Attest: Mayor. FRANK THOMAS. City clerk. California Rettaorant Under new management. Give us a trial 1 WOOD AND COAL Phoenix Wood and Coali So. 3rd and Jackson Sts. Phone 1235 AMERICAN KITCHEN Regular Meals, 35 Centi. Short Orders All Night. 33 North Center, Phoenix. Yee Sing, Proprietor. E. S. WAKELIN f GROCER CO. WHOLESALE REDEWILL MUSIC CO. Established in 1881 224 West Washington SL INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED Pianos Rebuilt and Refinithwl HOUSE way.