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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1015
5. -iii-i.
Properly Filled Glasses
il! nnci t tliri! error of vision and
m,-ii' seeing the pleasure it .should
I'e t.i ou.
Eyesight Specialists
Successor to
8WIGERT BROS.
9 East Adams St.
P-BrriDtion lenses ground In our
Garden City Restaurant
New Location
21 23 East Adams St.
SALT RIVER VALLEY MOUN
MENTAL WORKS
V. E. Lindsay, Prop.
40!) West Washington St.
Arizona granite ns well as all
other granite used.
Phone 1;;l'3 for prices
BENNETT LUMBER
COMPANY
Everything in Lumber
MACHINERY
Machinery "f all kinds built, re
built or repaired. Beat equipped
hop in note. Only expert mi
rhuiilea. Vork guaranteed.
O'NEILL AUTO &. SUPPLY CO.
3P8-328-330 N. Central
WHEN
DOWN
TOWN
feci free to use our desk
phone at customer's desk,
at front of store near side
entrance.
Central
Pharmacy
W. R. Waylr.nd. Mgr.
Coodrich Block
Phone 591 anytime from 7:30 a.
m. io 10:20 p. m.
For Sale - -Miscellaneous
SAI.K- Splendid line of gold
,il initial stationery, extra fine
This special grade of goods
e onlv bv iwl Drug Co.
-
F'K SALE- J - .1. Shaving
fini makes the most lather with
be I". ist so.ip. Works tine with a
Knl.iiei set l'.r'sh and a liillettp
R. , ;:.,r. All 3 for sale by owl Drug
cor. Adams and Kirst avenue.
California Reataurant
Under new management.
Give us a trial I
I WOOD AND COAL
Phoenix Wood and Coal
v. 3rd and Jackson Sts.
Phone 1235
Mir a little salesman at The Re-
Udican office. A Want Ad will see
re customer than yon can
t-sf -! sWtioiw in ilir t.n
" CtNTURT EDITION." at unlv 10c X COPT.
tit. t nch 'M :o 11. We tfiiaram utisl.i' lion
fc rrii 'a mntiv. A.'t grade', f-w lertChiint. lrwuK
1 i,ll atwl tllL-nn . .lflHsrri.
MARVIN'S MUSIC I If
HOUSE
Of Local Interest
STORED WATER SUPPLY
W ilier service ri;in t for Feb. IS.
Elevation e.t' water in reservoir
leet 1SB.72
Contents of reservoir, aere ft.
(Iain preceding 24 hours, aere
feet
3,328
Klevation of
today . . . ,
Contents of
water one year ago
1J3.S3
reservoir one year
iiSu today
Flow of Salt and Verde
rivers
al c.ranite Heef dam.
Amount of water used
nation, north side, . .
Amount of water used
galion, south side, M
M. 1. .. 17
i.SOO
for irri-
U;lM
for irri-
.. 1 7,403
LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
B a. m. t; p. ni.
Temperature, decrees 47 (17
Sensinlo leniperaiure .. . ,4K 32
Humidity per eent Ns ::4
Wind direction E SV
Wind, veloeity, miles 2 4
Itninlall (I 0
Weather Clr. I'.C.
Highest temperature till.
Lowest temperature 43.
Mean relative humidity til.
Tnt.il rainfall 0.
Kxees.s
temperature yesterday i
degrees.
Kxiess in temperature sinee first of
month 17 degrees.
Ae iimulated excess in temperature
sinee January , 1" degrees.
Hefieieney m rainfall yesterday, .01
inch.
Excess in rainfall since first of
month, .u:i inch.
Accumulated excess in rainfall since
January l, .t;r, inch.
Data for Tucson
Highest temperature yesterday. tP!.
Huinl'ali vesterda.v, .ill.
RuFSKRT R. r.RICOS.
Section Director.
PRICES PAID TODAY BY WALTER
HILL & CO.
Pgg:-. fresh ranch
Friers, per dozen
liens, per lb.
Cheese, per lb. .
. .$3.00
& 15c
. ..13c
. ,13c
MARRIAGE LICESSES Percy L.
Jones and Laura Relic Dunbar were
issued a marriage license by the
clerk of the superior court vesterdav.
CIRCLE MEETING Circle Number
2 of the Central M. K. church will
meet this afternoon at the home of
Mrs. a. L. Harri, at 2.3u o'clock.
Those not having conveyance will be
met at the end of the Indian school
ar line at 2 o'clock.
PUPILS .RECITAL The regular
Saturday afternoon pupils recital at
the Arizona School of Music will be
held tomorrow afternoon at S ::'.. The
young' pupils of the school will ren
der the program. No charge is- made
to these recitals and every one is
elcome.
WALTER THOMAS MILLS An au
thor and lecturer of international
reputation, will speak at the city hall
court room tonight at s o'clock
on I
"The War in Europe P,nt of the
Time and the War Everywhere All of
the Time." Mr. Mills has recently re
turned from a five years' lecture tour
of the world. There will be no charge
for admission.
MFTHODIST MISSIONARY SO-
I I'.Tl The Woman's Home Mission
ary- soiietv of the First M. E. chunh
will meet at the residence of Mrs.
James Aldrich this afternoon at lir'i.
Mrs. Aldrich's residence may be
reached by taking the Second avenue
car and getting off at I.ynwood and
then going east about two blocks. All
members are urged to be present.
VALENZUELLA RELEASED i "ur
los Vap'tiznella. who was arraigned be
tore Justice of the Peta e .lolms'.oi, se,-.
ril davs a c. -barged with an nssa,.!.
with -i deadly weapon, was given a
hearing belore Justice of the Peace
Parker yesterday. The case was trans
lerred to Justice Parker's court. n ing
to the illness of .Indue Johnston. Val
enzuclla was released, the judge tedd
ing that then- was an insufficiency of
evid'-nee.
ORCHESTRA CONCERT-The Ari
zona School of Music orchestra, as
sisted by local musicians,
their third concert Sunday
Februarv 'Jl. a.t 3::;a o'clock
Mrs.
rom w ell Stacev, soprano, and Flov
Porter, da rinet, will be the soloists
for the afternoon. No charge will be
made, but a silver offering may be
left fit the door at the close of the
concert by those who wish to do so.
A most cordial invitation iw extended
to fill.
TEARING PAVEMENT STOPPED
An order wan issued yesterday aft
ernoon by Manager rarish. stopping
the street ear companv from tearing
up the pavement on X. Second ave
nue, preparatory to laying a track on
Monroe street. The first intimation
that the manager had of the tearing
up of the pavement was an article
in yesterday morning's Republican.
The companv had npplied for no per
mit, and had not put up a bond :is
is required by law. Manager Mit
chell could not be located yesterday
afternoon, find the work was .stopped
pending his return.
" S A T t - P. D A Y ' S P K n A L S
Swift's "'incheter" Bacon. ....... .IV
Swift's "Dixy" Bacon ISc
Swift's Premium Hams 1Sc
Swift's Piinic Hams 16-e
I-'resh eggs, tier doz 20c
27, 'akes Bob White Soup $l.on
Palm Olive Soap "c
.". pk. Cold Dust 9m:
1 Mvdro Pura 13c
3 PI;. 1bc Soda Crackers 21u
H Pk. ac Soda Crackers 11c
Vis. Soda Crax a to RV. lbs 4r,c
Mi-KKK'S CASH STORE
(Advertisement) br
VOLUNTEERS WANTED
If you will agree to carry someone to
church in your conveyance next Sun
day, ideawe Phone the Y. M. C A. be
fore Vridnv. so that yon can be intel
ligently assisted in your commendable
desire. Kveryborly (1r to Church Sun
day, I'eb. 21.- Adv. br
NEW NOTARIES Notarial com
missions were issued yesterday at
the office of the secretary of state
to Thomas Allaire of Klondyke and
W. 1. Brooks of Phoenix.
UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS
There aie undelivered telegrams at
the Western I'nion Telegraph office
for the following: C. B. Suddarth,
A. T. Hammonds, E. Cuinez and J. 1.
Yaylor
VISITORS TO BE INVITED The
advertising committee of the Cham
ber of Commerce, will shortly ascertain
the cost of twenty-five posters, the
purpose of which will be to invite
strangers in the city to call at the.
chamber.
C. OF C. INVESTIGATING LOCA
TION The house committee of the
Chamber of Commerce, asked permis
sion to continue their investigations for
a future location of the chamber, at
the meeting of the directors yesterday.
LA COBRIZA CASE Hearing of i years,
the complaint of Christine Simanek j
of Chicago and Thomas Cussen of
Phoenix, against the La Cobriza Min
ing company of Xogales is scheduled
to come betore ttie corporation com
mission today.
I
BUCKEYE LINE COMPLAINT j
The complaint of J.
against the Arizona.
1". Clanton et al,
Eastern Railroad
company,
failure to repair the
break in the Ituckeye line at the
Agua l-'ria will be herd by the cor
poration commission Feb. 23.
HERE FROM GLOBE W. I.Tupma.
manager of the Ford agency in Ciobe,
is a business visitor in Phoenix. He :
will leave this morning for home, I
traveling by the Cnion stage line,!
which employs Ford cars exclusively. :
FINED TWENTY DOLLARS Will- j
iam Spitz, who narrowly missed se-
rioiisly injuring an aged man on 1
Washington street on Wednesday by-
alleged reckless driving of an auto
mobile, was fined twentv dollars by-
Magistrate McRride in police court
yesterday. (
FILMS FOR EXPO At a meeting of,
the directors of the Chamber of Com-I
merce yesterday, the secretary- was in- i
struct'-d to secure films of the valley
and Roosevelt dam for use at the San !
Francisco exposition. Secret. iry Welch
referred this to the advertising com
mittee with full (lower to act.
COOK'S APPOINTMENT APPROV
ED The appointment of Ceo. W. Cook
to represent the Chamber of Conimerce
at the meeting of the Festivals Asso
ciation of the Pacific eoat, at San
Francisco March 23-27. was approved
by the directors yesterday.
ROADS COMMITTEE TO ACT A
letter from San Diego to the Chamber
of Commerce, asking the chamber to
co-operate regarding the El Centro
Yuina highway, was referred to the
roads committee, with power to act.
at the meeting of the directors yester
day. VALLEY TO BE ADVERTISED
The chamber of Commerce, will start
sending out pictures of the Roosevelt
dam ti s;milar organizations through
out the country. Secretary Welch
was instructed yesterday by the direc
tors to send niir to the Chamber of
Commerce of silver City. X. M.. which
had re'pu sted one.
TO WATCH PROGRESS OF AD
BILL Prcsid'-nt I-Vnnernoie of" the
Chamber of Commerce yesterday- ap
pointed I-:. Power cnmvay, chas.
Stauffer and D A. Donolrio a com
mittee to yy.itch the progress of the bill
Permitting cities to assist in financing
advertising yyorl
lopment. and eommnnity deve-
FIREMEN'S BALL Arrangements
are rapidly being perfected for the
eighteenth annual ball of the Phoenix
fire department, to be held at Patrick
hall next Monday eyeninir.
W-thilli;-
ton's birthday. There will be music
by t he Hesse on-best ra. and refresh
ments. A rnyal good time i promised
MEXICAN TO FLOR ENCE Uatnon
Rodriguez, the .Meian who plead
guilty to attempting to snatch a
purse from a uomun in the west
part of the town, was taken to Tlor
ence yesterday to begin the serving
of a sentence imposed by Judge Stan
ford, of five years.
MILITARY BALL A grand military
ball will be given at The National
Guard armory on 1
Tebruary which
distinct social event,
pouncing the affair
proceeds, if fin v. are
debts of the armory,
there will be a 1;
mday
nmises
evening,
to he a
The cards an
stfite th;it "the
to a pply on the j
It is expected
rge attendance.
There will be music by the First regi
ment band.
A TUCSON VISITOR Hon. A.
will give Bernard, a member of several A' i
afternoon. I zona leyil itun s. is in the city looU-
' ing
ifter tbe progress of several
f fh improvement bills which have
cen introduced in the interest i.f
Ttlesor. which need more rooni and
facilities for etansion. Mr. Ilcrnard
is a member of the city go ernment
wl-.ieh he says is progressing most
satisfa torily under the , ity manager
system.
SINGLETON SENTENCED - Tex
Singleton. who was fotmd guilty last
week of horse stealing, was sentenced
yesterday by Judge Stanford to not
less than' three and not more than
five years in the penitentiary. Sin
gleton has been on trial in various
courts for several alleged misdemean
ors before, but this is the first time
that the state lias ever gained a ver
dict of guilty. He was taken to the
penitentiary at Florence vesterdav by
officers from the sheriff's office.
10
ies;
fMllT"'"j
1 UH
Smokers of
Turkish Trophies
Cigarettes fifteen years ago
are smokers of
Turkish Trophies
Cigarettes today I
and fyptumCgiiitltesiiilheWiriJ
FRANK JAMES, NOTED
OUTLAW CASHES HI
associated press dispatch
KXTKLSIui; SPRINGS, Mr., Feb.
IS. Frank James, one of the last
survivois i;f tlie notorious "James
gang.' died on his farm near here
late this afternoon. James, who was
st venty-foiir, has heen in ill health
for several months, and was stricken
with -ipoplexy eariy this morning;.
He was tine of the lKt member.-s
of the notorious robber band whose
unparalleled career for a tim kept
the people of a dozen states in ter
i or.
James had been li ins; the life of
i a iuiet farmer for more than thirty
FEAR BLOCKADE
(Continued Prom Paee One)
slate, war and navy departments the
'details and policy being formulated
by the American government were
not disclosed.
An additional warning in the tier
man note that mines will he laid by
Certnany in the waters surrounding
Creat Ihitain and Ireland is regard
ed not only- as menacing ships carry
ing legitimate cargoes, but as likely
to add further to interruptions that
; American commerce has suffered
: since the outbreak of the war. That
the Cnited Slates is looking for the
'removal of some causes to prevent
a complication in the forthcoming
answer from England to the American
note concerning the misuse of flags,
is intimated in some official cpiarters.
ilt is pointed out if the categorical
(assurances given by Creat Rritain
and her allies that none of their
vessels will be permitted to fly the
American or other neutral flags, the
safety of American Vessels in the yvar
zones will be guaranteed, and Her
man submarines yvill be obliged to
visit and search neutral vessels for
contraband before destroying them as
prizes. That other neutral slates, es-
jpecially Holland and the Scandina
jvian countries, are apprehensive con
jcerning the situation and have con
sulted the Cnited Stales, became
j known today. While there is no nn
jdcrstanding implying joint action if
an- neutral vessels are sunk. thp
Washington government made it plain
it is in accord with steps already
, taken by other neutral powers.
I Copies of their notes and repi esenta -
lions having been furnished officials
, here.
OBREGON IS GONE
(Continued From Pssre OnM
weeks, wh ai
oniftht by the
si itt b-pai tint iit.
Furllu r ' infurma lion . MiM -itiin- the
fM-ui ion t.f I 'za 1. who v,a
shot bv t h- Maza'lan an I Inn it ies mi
the nb-ht of January r;mie to th"
depa rtmrnit tuda v. "Jen. I o.al. who
rr.ad- many frit-nds ;imnni: tht Ani'-r-icans
durin,- ;h- imv'iimI ion of Yra
' 'ruz. was a'Tiis-d of surrendering
t lie ri1 y ..f TepU- v. it lion t rause, of
si pnbln- niori-y. and of j?i vin
;:mis to i he mimny. H- denied all
the limrnis t lie report said ami
( Inimed that hsi only off wise iiad
nfcn lefiisal to fore- Ala.ailan nir-
r' N' V upon the people ot I epte.
A meriea ns ra ised a purse to bury the
genwal and reliee h"s destitute
j widow and children.
I The t'arranza agency gave out a
s;atfmwit tonight sayintr a plhate
tflegranj fr-an .Vexio I'ity indicated
, t ha t all is ipi jet l here.
' SATl'KDA VS PPWIALS
; Swift's "Winchester" Huron
! Swift's '-Dixy" Hacon
Swift's I'remium Hams
' Swift's Picnic Hams
J Fresh eggs, per doz
j :'r. fakes Hob White Soap
I Palm i dive Soap
pk. Cold Dust
. . 1 He
. . 1 Sc
. .1Sc
l'ic
. . :0o
.$1,110
. . 7c
. .93c
. . 1 'lc
. .Sic
. .11c
. .4:,c
Hydro Pura
3 Pk. Me Soda i 'rackers
.1 Pk. .".c Soda Crackers
''us. Soda Crax 5 to "i'-j lbs
McfcKE'S CASH ST KK
t Advertisement)
br
CONSULAR AGENT
( Continued From Page One)
in .Mexico, was first arrested when
tiie Zapatistas were in control of 11. e
city, anil when the Carranza forces
subseuuentlv entered, sergeant atid
several Carranza soldiers made the
claim there had been firing from his
house.
loiter he was released, only to he
le-arrested, the report said, clubbed
Willi pistols, taken to the barracks,
and made to face n firing sipiad.
.lust in time an officer rode by, and
wnen .lenKins protester! that he was
the American consular agent, the of
ficer ordered that he be taken before
Obregon. While the latter released
Jenkins mid apologized for the con
duct of his subordinate, the state de
partment pursued the matter with a
request for the punishment of the
fctiilty ones.
NEW GIRL A ten-pound girl ar
rived at the home of Air. and Mrs.
John O. Ceorgouses at 1:!4 North
Tenth avenue yesterdav- morning.
DRY GOODS FIRM BANKRUPT
A. S. Ilerzberg. who for some years
has operated a dry goods store under
tlie firm name of Hxrzberg Brothers,
filed a petition In voluntary bankrupt
cy in the office of the clerk of the
Federal court yesterday.
TWO SMALL FIRES The lire de
partment answered two alarms sent in
within a short space of time last night.
The first was a burning shack in the
south part of the city, little damage
was done, and 1 lie blaze was quickly
extinguished. Shortly before nine o'
clock, a ipilck run was made to the
Knglish Woolen Mills on West Adams,
hut the blaze was out before the de
partment arrived.
$25
Spring
Suits
Try a McDougall-Cas-sou
suit this Spring and
UNDERSTAND why
the discerning dressers
of Arizona are patrons
of this shop. S25.00
suits of exceptional
merit on display now.
McDougall
& Cassou
A TRUSS
not properly fitted very often proves
in injury. ,
DUR TRUSS EXPERT will give you
tree adicc 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.
Phoenix
J'Neill P.ldg.
Phones 411 and 441
S - H - O- E- S
and Hosiery That's all
Harry A. Drachmai
Shoe Co.
22 West Adams St.
T.W.Schock Nurseries
the leading nursery of the south.
Kverything in our line, 344 West
Adams St., Phone IS,".!'.
HAIR GOODS FOR SALE
Indies' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing,
Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair
Dressing; Expert Chiroporists, all
foot troubles removed. Moles and
wirts removed by electricity.
SHIRLEY A SHIRLEY
Phon 1704
3t East Adams Street
Cotton Growers, Attention Buy
1 your cotton field machinery at
;KUNZ BROS. M2SSINGER
! and cave money. Let us show
; you.
THE CAPITOL CITY GROCERY
does not sell any tiling below cost.
We make a small profit un all our
goods; t here fore our prices are
light on all articles sold by us.
(live us a call.
N. K. ""t W. Washington and
Seventh Ave. I'honf li'.
Serviceable far m
w i r k m u I es i' r sa I e
cheap. Will exchanf
for fresh dairy cows.
Phone 777, Or. Nor
ton, '2 il 1 Fleming
block.
ORANGE
(irapc 1'ri i if and Lemon
trees. "TlinidUiilibred."'
carefully lulled by hand;
guaranteed to grow, at
50c
each and up for imme
diate orders. Corre
spondingly low prices on
apricots, peach and olive.
Qranpwood Nurseries
Edward J. Halsley, M2;r.
Phone 204J5
0RANGEW00D
Now 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 bv Central Avenue Boulevard and iuterurban
car line. AND PIPED TO EACH LOT water so
PUKE AND SOFT that the S. 1'. Uy. Co. has ex
pended $:5b',0()0 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
THE ,
1 'MWWMMWWWWMMMVVWWSfwVMWWMMs'SMAAMAAAAAAAAAAM'
Phoenix Oil Company
Wishes to Announce
That a strictly cash basis will ho maintained com
nieiK'injr I'Vlii'iuu-y J8th, ltMo.
Wc have made a reduction on almost every com
modity handled, thereby sa inj- the public from 10't
to ')'r on J4'ood.s.
The following prices will prevail, .subject to change
with market:
Red Crown Gasoline to Autos
only, in 5-Gallon lots or over
17 Cents per Gallon
Bulk Pearl Oil 18 cts Gallon
Bulk Distillate, 5 gals 80 cents
5s Cases
Sealed Pearl Oil 31.30 $2.50
Sealed Eocene Inc. Oil $1.60 $3.10
Sealed Red Crown Gaso $1.55 $3.00
1 gal. gai. Ill gal.
Zerolene. any grade 50c $2.50 $5.00
Mobil Oils, any grade 75c $3.50 $6.75
Gas Engine Oils 75c $3.00 $5.50
Hand Seperator Oil 75c $3.00
Castor Machine Oil 70c $2.75 $5.00
Extra Standard Floor Oil 65c $2.50 $5.00
Zerolene Cup Gr 1 lb., 20c: 5 lbs., 75c; 10 lbs., $1.45
Zerolene Trans. B. B 5 lbs., 75c; 10 lbs., $1.45
These are all standard goods
Potatoes
Irish Cobbler
Triumph
Early Rose
Right for the Salt River Valley
Buy them at the
Phoenix Seed and Feed Co.
125 E. Jefferson
Telephone 1067
ARIZONA BEST RIPE
OLIVES
Hunger Bros. Co.
AMERICAN KITCHEN
Regular Meals, 35 Cents.
Short Orders All Night.
h33 North Center. Phoenix.
Yee Sing, Proprietor.
Our long experience in business in this community
has given us an intimate knowledge of vour bank
ing needs.
The National Bank of Arizona
Total Resources Over Two "Million Dollars
able terms in tracts to suit.
Building restrictions.
Phoenix Trust
Company
16 West Adams Street
t u-ixAruxruTiTinnijv,vYi- - - - - i-1
E. S. WAKELIN
j GROCER CO.
WHOLESALE
REDEWILL MUSIC CO.
. Established in 1881
224 West Washington St.
INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED
Pianos Rebuilt and Refinishea"
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