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THE AHTZONA REPUBLICAN, IMMPAY MOirXLXtl, FEBKTAliV lit, 1015 llffl STAR FIR til. TENTH BIRTHDAY OF ROTARY CLUBS TODAY Li vilest cilv in Xanir ':vt With S.jiiawn'nn tu in- Loading Man at tin1 'olnmlua TiP-atcl' Tl. . ..I is out of the bag. Ot- fa et I'1'- lion is caught, it' a prospective t;ill be called ;i linn before he ii been introduced jo tilt public. The ;.': ",l;n'k" 1A ingslon. -erstwhile Mar (it' i lir road Vum puny of the Squaw . Mi. ' i .! iou jns' several s: iccessf ul sea -s"n- -if K;i'ish;ini. and conceded to ; ,.oc of i lie elevereM hading niMJ ii ihe 1'nited Slate, is to be the new' .'itts.' man at T hi 'olumhiu. For several weeks the matter of .'i mii a Hum to head the male nui- i ' 1 1 l I ! ' Mr. KeiiniuiHl has been ( .-i.r at stake in the company ami :m ii i- .urn eno-nt 1 1 k 1 1 the director- tn.-gvr has selected ".Jack" living - i n iu-pells any doubt as tu llie wfs c i the choice. Livingston comes 1.. !';, i 'r, J 1 1 1 n i i a company direct from Tii, ;,. i luiiipuny of Morosco's.Pird i: - t j s-- where he p'ayed the lead "I I tie cast SejiSoi) Willi Splendid SUC- V. ti A'r. K-'iimon,! d-cided to make : :uge in his leading peopl,. he do- nn.ned tu me.-i r!ie appreciation of Mitel of Mie house with an ef - i! ' i-el the nest that was ,'ivnil . a; siii.U rifejes and while lie had , -k of more than :: doy.cn leading m who Were available he angled si ili : iiihet ii an ei fort tu nhtain a man .i. . i h i r.:' i ion.tl na nie. In "-lark" Li v-.i!-'-i"a he brings a seasoned ai'lor. the ! -d ; rodc-t. who t onv-s nut only ' Id.- L'feat sue. eSS as the follower I'.i 'rsiiani in tin Squuwman. hut : j'fo'.en ill previous Sim k cii- - -i-'iii s his worth in numerous lie-" i'Ve-i'tlre ill I'hoenix Will Hot he i.- :ii-t vntmv in stork, oti the r"ii i : a- will haw I he ad antai;- of ;"!-'!' a '!! e;.H'S in the VteSl J I IX'-i 1'' -...If -Tl- dt oted to the sturk hil-im SH. A- !;. s heen ?ilr. Ilrd.niond's pd ivy a hid Will hf SellH ted f-iK'h week tu fit .ii. iii. mher oi tlie fompany and '.'r i,i!nLsion arrives he has n ' -j .ale lead that wat-; impossible be-i-.;e i 1 1 iiow his new aripiisii ion. CONFIRM CAPTURE Tasociate:) pkkss dippatch! W ASlIINdTnN. eh. is. -The -.-,!;.'ai of t 'zernuw it., t!ie capital I : ;!.nw iii.-. h A list :-1 i nn.unrian :''''- oitiriaily ann-'unrerl in 1 "Mtia foreign "ffir,. dispati h to tin1 A' - i I -itinana n l-nl-assy here. Potarians to Celebrate Occasion With Appropriate Ceremonies at Lunch eon at Adams This Noon I Vli'lr:ttin of thi Tenth imnh tM-sai .t' tin- t'tnunlin f tho first K"lar' ru will In1 the feature of the rejjtilnr Wi'fl; 1 1 u ni-li ( m meeting ai liooi! tfitta.v at tin- Adams ll.'i.I. .1. T. Whitney, is the eliaiiman for the J. T. Whitney hty. The relal:..n of the Rotary eluli i lit the iii'lisiilual memlier. ami the i ! tit of the mouthers of the oriiani.a - i tion, lotlhel' with seelet.s of sue- i . essful Uotat ians. w ill he hronnlit out j in a series of lalks hy ol'fieers anil j STATE TO GO TO CHURCHES SET FOR FEB.26 Governor limit's 1 'roe na tion AI ilkes AIi velueut S1;it(-vi(lc: h;iyjucn Aid iii",' 'aim ;t iv. 1 1 ; hxlic;itiii)s fur rir Att('il;iiM-o iiietnhiis of the elah. The meeting u ill hill lo protii)ll- at l:lo p. in. 1 T ATTEND i'onipellinjily eulortl ians madf Tbeir np pea ranee on the si reet enrs yesterday, commanding everybody to "(To to church Sunday. ' The sign; were easily visible and created much comment. The gerienil public is beini; well acquainted with the date and ihe object of the muvenient t hai is being pushed in Phoenix by the Fed erated llrotherhood of the Churches. Indications point to a Kivat attend ant. This morning; a commit tee repre senting the laymen who are pushing" the movement will visit the state 'tHMise and euiivey formal invitni ions tu the buuse and senate to observe the 'ham-XT oi' ( WniH'ivo tv JIolil Its I5i- MrmlK-r-ship Jan.Uct Oho Week from To)iiL-;Iit rnmmit T(.ics Avo Xow Iu-v the big annual of the chamber . . and to at onre ; rryitig out plans tlie meet-irfiani.a- at the j First Pay's Program Full ; ill' Intercut t SuinTay S-hoil Workers Dr. von K leinSnnii Will Sjieak j This Kveniim- at lea; their i t one service hoicp, as in- SYMPATHY IMPELLED HIM TO KILL EIGHT rt Hi lele-jates r p I'csetu i 1 ig more than Zo Sund:v srho-rts in Maricopa cuunt.y, as we!1, .u- many religious wurkers oi the tity nu t in convention yesterday at the Mint M. K. t liuirh. The sessions of the convention will continue today. Yes'.erday's program was carried out almost i the letter, and great interest was sho n, the total attendance ln-ing or -J.". a. probably the strongest fea ture oi ihe program was the address by I r. Alaitli. ,i. Trenery. in charge (U the Suntlay si Intel extension work, of the Methodist Kpiscupal church ot the t'liKed States. He pressed home with I leniendoUS power, the need of an awakening of the church to the aiues of child life and tlie responsi bility tin.- chureh lias in savin this life for i 'iiienship, manhood and the ehntvil. Tile Hon, T. T. Powers gave tlie con vention lL splendid address on the Lit erary value lite Itihte, urging par ems a teachers lo myke more of the iiiMe a.s JJteratuie. Mrs. Dr. K. Munsun. assisted by Miss Irene P.. Xeyes, bad i harge of the af ternoon program and presented the best that has li- en had in the county and probaitu in r h .tat-. on the tie men tar y d i vision. All elementary teachers present ivr t ed inspiration and infurmaiien f the 'nigiiest alue tu them in tiieir future work. Tiie morning session was Riven over to busbies.-, th,. president's address an.! to the diseiission of t-erul subjects. Tlie session.-; of today open tit 1" a. in., in the Me'hodit Episcopal chureh and continue throughout the day. Dr. Trenery will speak both in tlie morn ing and in the afternoon. Dr. p.. I!, von KlcinSmid. president of the State Pniversity is to speak be fore the convention tonight in the First Presbyterian church, un the sub ject: "'religious Training of A.b.len- day by attending in the ehurrh of uividuals. The state officials have endorsed the movement and many of them will add to the endorsement, a personal attendance upon one divine service during; the day. Governor Hunt's proclamation, printed t his morning, makes the movement statewide. The men's meeting in the afternoon promises to be a good one also. .1. M. Clinton of Hankow. C'liina. is to ad dress the meeting upon the moral de velopments in the (irieiit. especially since the establishment of tlie Chinese republic. Mr. Clinton is visiting in Phoenix during bis furlough from his duties as secretary nf the Y. M. C. A. work among ''hinese students. (hie Dozen 1'ig Sweet Naval 'ranges 1 c. today. MeKee's Cash Store.---Adv. br Decision to hold membership dinner of commerce l-'eb. 2 .start tiie work of carry for the event, was math uig of the directors of tion esterday. j With the announcement 1 hat the big dinner which is always the occa sion for the naming of committees ami boost ing the membership of the 'hamber to a new record mark for a week from tonight, Messrs. Tritle and Conway, cha irtnen of the committees mi entertainment and membership at once got together and announced a meeting of their two divisions for this afternoon at i! o'clock. Plans" will be discussed and work lined out for the coming week, so that by next Friday night every member of the organization will lie on hand ready to offer suggestions and join in the ram- pa ign for new members. The recent change of name f rom the board of trade to the chamber of commerce, and the election of new officers is expected to lend new im petus to the annual membership cam paign, which will be started off with a, rush next Friday night. SURPRISES AND BIT OF fCominued from PaRfi One.) "SAFETY FIRST" in tree planting demands the use of Helm's patent Balling Device Our Washington Navel Oranges, Clay son and Marsh Seedless Grape-fruit, and Mission and Manzanillo Olives, v-hen dug and balled with Helm's pa tented Balling Device, are Sure to Grow Visit our Nursery and see some wonderful trees. C. I. HELM Camelback Nursery Telephone 102 R-3. Located V, Mile South Indian School Road and x. Mile West of old Crosscut Canal yesterday morning. City Street Superintendent V. son was recalleil to the lay orevioasly lie had lit to j;ivp fimnes relative ,,,,! mi- Waiev A. Th. stand. The en requested t.i the n-al; load of the water plant and the hour of the day at whit h the .e.ak load was heinL: delivered. He pave figures for one day in May. 1!i!4, and others foi l-net I Frederic .Mors (iili'itoaraphitl Bince briiij; declared "mtutally unwell"). Frederic Mors, the .mr.se at the German Odd Fellows' Home in Yonk ers, N. Y., who has confessed to having killed eipri't afrcd inmates of the home, says' that synipulhy im pelled him to follow this course, as the persons he killed were in jrreat pain. Mors h:.is hcen declared "ment ally t'nwell" by fh..'.ci.i:s nt lielle vjo lloppital. Now Yo.k city. i JAPAN'S FIRST ! (Continued from Pase One.) i ' jlielief in s..me quarters, tisuitlly well I informed, that the Japanese also have j ashed for pris iknes in certain loeali j M-s. .such as the. provinces of Kukien, J Kiangsi. with new railway concessions (and control of mining works, tihli j nations l-e'i'jirinB the consent of Japan j h.-forc ehoosinK political, financial i,r j military advisers or floating loans, are i thought to have referred only to these provinces anil not to the repuhlic of I'hina. although there are persistent j reports that China as a whole w.'is j effected py the first set. of reiiuests. SAME REASON Investigation will show thai, every retreat in the ' in war was for the purpose of takins up ';i more advan tageous strategic position." Which was the same reason that the man elimtied a tree when he was chased hy an angry hull. LV.tshurg Dispatch. (cm OXWOOD RED MAN COLLAR EARL & WILSON. MAKERS OF TROY'S BEST PRODUCT. Low cnourjh in front to be comfortable Hig h enough' in back to be correct in style. BIG RACING MATINEE FAIR GROUNDS, FEB. 22nd Tj-iittiiiir. aeii jg;, iMUininu', f-mvltoy jiikI linitorcyclc i-aces Other sj Meial ff'itnrcs. licst afternoon program vvcv shown liero. Admission 50c. Children 25c Xo elmrc for reserve seats. Autos ami Yehides admitted free. J; R. LAMBERT, Director rate Illtle alh. h.atl gallu the in if. t nether day in .lone, ihe same in May 1M. 11M4. he saiil ' 't gallons nf water were pumpo.J. J records show that at times that ! v. a tej- was being pn mneil n t t in : i a' ga Hens per minute. In I there v as a ejay w hen T., . (tint J ns uere pumped, ami the peak j mi that day amomited t fi.T"." i ns per minute. Asked to estimate probable nnrmal peak h-a-i )e- j d in ami he said it had i T.Jetl giiHellS fair estimate. T.!htrt gallens snffieient fr of the ensuing amount might per He per tlie t wo not en figured that minute would be a thought. too. that minute oiild be normal peak loads enrs, though that 1,-e reijnired. Asked as In the capacity of the new Wells, he said they Would deliver "too gallons per minute, or 7,""int'ui galhms da ii y. t n eross-examination bv Attorney A lexander, Thomrson said the eapaeity of the ol.l well bad never been ascer tained, as they had never be n f nil v teste. The highest ever pumped m a single dav from the old wells, lie said, was .".2S7.UIMI gallons, or fi.lSO gallons per minute. F. H. Kr.sign, former manager of the Pacific Has & Klectric eomoanv, siuceeded Tlionipson mi the stand. He said be was an eleetrieat engineer of over twenty years experience. of which nine years have been spent in Phoenix. He was shown a copy if a report of Manager Karish, under date of Oc tober 27. 1114. which had been printed in The Kepublica n. 'Is that report sufficient upon u hich to base expend it inv of eity money?" lie was asked. "I sin odd not consider it suffi- ; dent," replied Knsign. "Ah a preliminary report recom mending the installation of a .street lighting plant, would on consider it sufficient. ?' "I would not consider it even a good preliminary report, bora use it N lacking in essential details. It might make a foundation for such a report providing details conhl be given veri fying tt.e accuracy of the statements ef the report.' Mayor Young cautioned counsel and further u it nesses thut the commission was only ties irons of securing facts and that t here was no need of en gnginfT in tilts as between counsel and the witnesses. Then came Trincano. He was tin? bright spot in the army of technical minded wittntsKt. He said lie was a mechanical engineer, though he ad mitted recently he h'Ml been a.n no tor as a sideline, having sacrifice! him self upon the altar of thespiaaism by occupying the end seat in tbe. Klks' minstrel show circle. Of course, be ing a mechanic for forty-two years gave him added oiaJifieation.' for work on the "end." He sand" he bad read the report of Manager Par ish, but hndn't paid much attention to it as a whole beeau.se it hail been printed in the nespa.-pers. "Can you tell -us bow much power would be needed to pump a. maximum i load of 7.!00 gallons per minute, lift- ' ing the load feet?" he was risked. "I'll do it if you'll let me figure a j little bit." he replied. "Well. that j would be lifting a gallon S.r(;i.isO( feet and would require jr.7 hirse power," I he finally answered. "What is the average efficiency of pumping engines?" he vas asked fur efficiency, but in actual service, tak ing into consideration the friction and other deterring influences, a pretty good engine shows about .".o per cent efficiency. A D"a horse power engine wouldn't do the work unless given an overload." After some more questioning- and .sonic more figuring, Trincano said that a iM't horse power engine w oti hi pump .,' ift gallons of water a minute, lifting it LIO feet. "Hut would that engine, in addition. he capable of furnishing power for! st reet lighting purposes?" cont inued the attorney. "No. tlie engine would about have its load. j The Monroe street paving report ! was next brought into evidence at the rei'iust of Attorney Sloan. For mer oiiy Kngineer !. M. Holmmst was called and asked if he was l'a miliar with the general types of street paving. He said he wa.s, but said that practically nil the actual ex perience he had had with street pav ing was since his residence in Phoe nix, xcept for some Work in which he w as associated v iHi the rity en gineer ot i . mime,,-!, in., during the aca t ion pc! bul w hen lie was at tend -ing the Onnersiiy of Illinois and earning his degree of civil engineer. lit criticized the report of Manager I "a rish recommending pa vernent new to Phoenix, but in ' actual use in a dozen cities of o tbfornia. Ht that sonn- of the cities where th ntn mended pa vernent was in us bi-ner clima He conditions i ban said rec- ;e bad Phoe nix, that is for the preservation o street pavement. He presented figures from the various cities, showing the average temperature as given him by the we.it her bui ea ii. He denied the practicability of dispensing with gut ters and substituting valleys. He said th.it In had been city engineer when stoim sewers with no outlets had been laid. For this be said be bad no apologies to offer. The storm sewers were good, if they were only connect ed up w ith outlets. The bids for the fire alarm system were introduced as e vide ice. "Jerk Thomas, read the bid of th" o.amewei! company to be S;.tl!"i to install the system specified, J l"(i for each addi tional box, with P' per tent discount where six or more are ordered, and another bid for additional positive non -interfering boxes of $n0 and ten per cent discount. These figures cov ered a period of two years. The Star Klectric company bid $::,:-:'4 system, and $lu"ai for Star Klec! ric com pa ny boxes. J. W. 'hute, representative of the OumewelJ company upon the coast, was called and said that no fire alarm box had been approved by thti Na tional Hoard of I'nderw l iters. "nut saiil that the, Oamewell hail been ap proved by nhe Hoard of l'nderwriters of i he I'acit ic coast, which includes the district of Arizona. He said there are five alarm systems in Arizona, all of them Oam well, except for Uie ad ditional boxes of the Star Klectric company installed in connection with Oamewell boxes in Phoenix. He said that over !." per cent of tln fire alarm systems of the Puked States are Oamewell. The test given the boxes here, he said, w ere not prac ticable, lit- charged that it would be possible for' a person pulling in an alarm from a Star box to receive a very severe shock if the wires lead ing to the box had become crossed with high voltage wires. He offered to put the Oamewell box up against the Star at : ny time in a practicable test. He admitted the San Kranciseo exposition was protected by the Star Kbeiric company system of fire alarm boxes. lie also admitted those boxes had been selected by competent en gineers, although be classed the sys tem as onlv temporary. He submitted figures and photographs showine- that I nineteen Oatm-well boxes had been j submitted to a test, every one smnd-; ! ing up under it, where tlie Star box i ! had been rendered utterly unlit for ; use. Kleetrician Hodge was recalled and 'said there are forty boxes and three 'circuits in the city. He said that on ! Van Huren street the fire alarm wires ran three feet over wires carrying : fl.t'.o.i volts, but this would not en j danger the fire alarm system. He said further that some wires were run over j the tops of some buildings east of the city ball, but that these could not ' be destroved by a fire unless the flames leaped exceptionally high. In relation to the charge that the ( pavement between the tracks of the 'Phoenix Railway company in place? was bad, the counsel for the pro ponents said they would leave that to the observation of the commission. ' Later they agreed to produce witnesses to testify to the condition of t hat : pavement. i Karl Parker, former city street com missiotier. was the last witness of the 'day. He recited how Monroe street bad been torn up by the White Lim lrailwa. and he had been obliged to ! replace it ai the expense of tlie city. iHe said Manager Parish had not re quired a proper bond from I he com - p:;ny before p'-rmitting the street to he torn up. H. sab' Manrvg"'- Parish bad directed him to drag the streets while they were still very muddy, and had been criticized by Commissioners Woods and Oope, to whom he gave the information he had been' told to do it by Manager Parish. "He said he supposed he had charge of street pav ing under the terms of ordinance No 1. but tiiat Manager Parish had made him turn that over to the city en gineer. He said that he did not hire or file hjs men. but often received notes telling him to place certain men at work when men were not needed. He Told of hose purchased by Manager Palish for street cleaning that wore out in ten days, whil other hose previously purchased at a slight ad vance in price over that paid by the manager had lasted eight or nine months. He said stray stock had been sent to the city corral and that -ity horses contracted distemper from diseased stock picked up at large and held at the city corral awaiting the appearance o? tiie owner. He thought that in idling him to put his men at one kind of work and then ordering the men themselves to do some other work, he had mad something of n monkey" out of him. The hearing finally adjourned at four o'clock until 1 o'clock today. The proponents said they thought it might require a not her hour and a half to finish their ease. for the ach additional box. lb. the : I odge. city electrician, told of t went y-f ive new THE DOCTOR'S WIFE Ag'ees With Him About Food A trained nurse says: "In tlv .iractice of mv profession I have found so many points in favor of crape-Nuts food that I unhestitat - ingly recommend it to !tll my pa - j liems. j "Ii in delbate and pleasing to the paia te tan essential in ft tod for the ,;id;t and t;:n be adapted to all ages, 1 eing M.t'tened w ith milk or cream for Iir hies or the aged when defi ciency of teeth renders mastication impossible-. For fever patients or those on liquid diet I find Orapo Ntits and. albumen water very nour ishing and refreshing. "This recipe is my own idea and is made as follows;. Soak a tea spoonful of Orapo-Xuts in a glass of water for an hour, stra in and servo w iih the beaten white of an egg and u spoonful of fruit juice for fia voring. This ai fords a great deal of nourishment that even the weak est stomach can assimilate without any distress. "My husband is a physician and he uses drape-Nuts himself and orders it many i imes for his pat ten ts. "Personally 1 regard a dish of Oiape-Ntits with fresh or stewed fruit as the idea! breakfast for any om well or sick." In stomach trouble, nervous pros tration, etc.. a pt-duy trial of (irape Nuts will usually work wonders tow -ard nourishing and rebuilding and in this wa V end tlie trouble. Name given by Postum Co., pottle Creek, Mich. Look in pkgs. for the famous little book, -The Road to Weilville." Ever read the above letter? A new one appears from time to time. They are genuine, true, and full of human interest. m f'v, ' V CARRIED AWAY ARE YOU among the thousands of men and women who are CARRIED AWAY by the catalog habit? Is there anyone .in YOUR immediate family circle who is allowing this habit to run away with him? If so, there is work for YOU to do.. This HABIT started more than forty years ago. It is THIS same habit that has stunted the growth of thousands of commun ities. It has built up a few enormously large CITIES at the expense of YOUR town. DON'T allow a habit like this to run away with YOU. Take the b?t in your OWN teeth. Investigate for YOURSELF. FIND OUT. Talk it over with your HOME merchant. Get your heads together. That HABIT is hinting you BOTH. By killing this habit you benefit, yourself, your chil dren, your neighbors, your community. Spend your money at home. The I'.epnhlican's Ail-man. ther. j "Well, some engines nt the test will show as high as i)2 per cent 4 f R-jr.i-w-oTT?,-t-.