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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1915 PAGE FIVE APPLE COUNTY PHOENIX NOT 91 SUITS $15.001 CPA ENDORSES FARM t i i M Yavnpjii Chamber of Com merce Joins Civic and Commercial Bodies Sup porting State Kxperi mental Farm Work Tastes in Theatrical Liny Have Been Misjudged, According to Rob Mc (ireer, "Whose Fim-mak-ers Open at Coliseum Yavapai county, headed by the board of supervisors and the Pres cott Chamber of Commerce, is anions t he civic and commercial bodies of the state that are working hard for a continuation of the work of the Arizona Experimental station and ox tension service upon the same broad principles that has distinguished it in the recent past, in the work for the betterment of the agricultural ists, horticulturists, and stockmen of the state. Yavapai county contains one of the farms of the experiment station, where great success is being met with fruit crops, and much Knowledge of dry farming methods proven by actual application of the theory to practice. William Stevens, chairman of the board of supervisors of Yavapai county was in the city Thursday. Tn the course of a conversation relative to the activities of the experiment stations said: Ve are exceedingly anxious to have a continuation of the present policy of operating the dry farms of the state, as well as of the kindred service that is being performed by the extension service of the t'ni- versity of Arizona. It has been of I great value to our section. Not only I have the farmers profited by the les sons learned by the experts on these farms, but the stockmen as well have derived great good from them. "I believe we must build a great deal for the fu'nre in this sort of work as well as look for present re sults. The experimental farms of the state are doing this. They are teach ing our farmers many valuable pro fessional matters as well as laying the foundation for successful farming, and by that I mean profitable farm ing, in the years that are to come. !t is necessary in this age to de velop specialists largely to succeed in ventures, and the farmer and stock man must he a specialist in his busi ness just the same as a businessman or a professional man. The time when one man could be lawyer, doc tor, preacher and all for the country villages has passed; the same way a farmer cannct drop into a successful practice of that business." Mr. Stevens is one of the most highly r.'speotcd citizens of Yavapai county. He is serving his second terms as member ofr the board of su pervisors in that county nawing neen majorities at the last election. With last night's scenic and mu sical rehearsal at the Coliseum The ater by the Ellis Musical Comedy company a rather strenuous week for the aggregation was terminated, and all is in readiness for tonight's opening bill, according to Manager Chappel of the First street theater. That the company is all that has been claimed of it, both individually and collectively, is the claim of those who witnessed the rehearsal. Much better singing voices are possessed hv the nrinicpals than lire usiiallv heard in organizations of the "taii j loid" producing variety. That the failure cf several im piesarios, locally, was due to their overlooking the fact that Phoenix is by no means a provencially inclined town, in respect to It's theatrical en tertainment, is the opinion of Man ager MeGreer of the Ellis company, with that knowledge MeGreer to have gathered together the salaried tabloid companies ippeared locally. There are and claims highest that ever sevral members, in the organization, with recognized ability. Miss Vivienne the prima donna having but recently finished an engagement at the Elks' Theater as prima donna of a New Yolk company which presented Whit ney's "Chocolate Soldier," Ear! Hall and Frank Vack the two principal comedians have also been seen here playing principal roles in attractions of the dollar-and-a-half variety. A better class of plays than are usu j ally presented by "tabloid" companies j is another claim of the Ellis play ers, and with comedies from the pen of such men as Houeieault, who j wrote tlw bill selected for the initial onenng, some really worth while per formances seem assured. The usual singing of solos, duets, trios, assisted or un-assisted by six or more girls in costumes too brief, j usually, to mention, adds the finish ing 'ouch to the organization, and J permits the prefix, musical, to the i company's classification in the the Intrical world. On account of the length of the program Manager Chappel announces that the first performance will start promptly at 7:13. I ANNOUNCEMENT A month east thru the large clothing factories. The final contracting to be the only exclusive rep resentatives for MARX MADE Clothes brings to Phoenix men and boys the best line of Spring Suits. The biggest values at $12.50 or $15.00. COMPANY A IS FINE TIME AT T -o FINANCES AND MARKETS ASSOCIATED PRESS DIPPATTH NEW YoKK, Feb. 1!!. Wall Street continued its waiting attitude. Trad ing was the lightest of any recent session, and price movements wer unusually narrow, only a few stocks varying over one point. Inactive spe cialties were heavy. American car, foundry ami May Department Stores preferred were added to the large list of securities selling at minimum Our whole store is now ready for spring and we want come to see our splendid display of Choice Outfitting. Spring opening day will be everybody to To this end Saturday, February 20th 3685 satisfied customers last year. Our $12.50 Suits better values and a larger variety. The new addition of Special $15.00 values demand your inspection. TROUSERS TROUSERS TROUSERS $3.00 $4.00 $5.00 Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction in every detail. Marx Made Opposite Hotel Adams East Adams Street tal sales par value Jl, 900,01)0. Metals Silver, 48?i; Electrolytic, $14.fi2 to $14.87. Copper, dull. Stocks Amalgamated, 54 'i; Smelting, Cl: Santa Fe. 9314; St. Paul, sr.; New York Cential, i-; Pennsylvania, 105: Reading, 141; Southern Pa cific, Steel, 3i.i; 41; 1'nion Pacific, Preferred, 103. UK1, BOSTON COPPER MARKET Guests of the Y. M. C. A. members : prices. The list were later eased of Company A., X. G. A., swam and j on narrows that the British Admir howled and exercised, ami had a gen-j ally had ordered the suspension of eral good time at the big establishment on West Monroe street Thursday even ing. To the number of 25 or so, the com- travel between England and the con tinent, and closed them heavily. Bank clearings in the leading cities indicate an improvement in trade. pany mobilized at the armory early in A cash gain is expected in tumor the evening, and then marched on the "Y" and took complete and undisput ed possession of the gym, the big swimming pool, the bowling alleys, pool tables and all the facilities for re creation and refreshment offered by the Institution, and came away more than grateful for the treat they had enjoyed. Incidentally a number of the men have announced their intention of Joining the association in the near fu ture. "We certainly had a splendid time, nil of us," said Captain C. V. Oulley, "and wo want to extend the hearty thankfl of the company to the asocia tion for giving ns a treat that will not soon be forgotten." ow s bank statement. foreign ex change was again steady approaching a holiday and causing the anticipat ory buying of bills on London and other foreign financial centers. West ern institutions are buying more commercial paper but local banks seem temporarily withdrawn from the market. Foreign advices dealt mainly on the terms of the next German war loan, which will probably be on the five per cent basis. London's market superficially failed to reflect the inauguration of Germany's war zone decree. Sonds Bonds followed stocks with further i recessions of investment issues. To- Bid. Adventure l Arizona Comm'l 44 Allouez 40 Calumet and Ariz 52Vi Copper Range 3S6 Daly West 2 Ray Consolidated lG- ft i rou x 14 Greene Cannnea 25 Hancock liys Isle Royale 2ft1!. Lake popper ;, Miami st Mohawk 53, Mass Copper 44 Xorth Butte 23 Xevada Cons 12 Isceola 69 oil nonunion 41 Quincy ",ft Shannon Copper r,i-'. Superior Copper 27 Tamarack 30V. Utah Cons 9 Victoria Winona 1 vi Wolverine 48 Xorth Lake 1 South Lake 4 Chino 3414 Ftah Copper 51 Vi Tom Reed 300 Inspiration 18'4 Shnttuck 21 HOW ABOUT THAT Drippy, Leaky j ROOF ! which made so much trouble dur ing the last rain? You'd better have it repaired or a new roof laid right away. Have practical, experienced roof ers do your roofing work. PHOENIX ROOFING CO. T. J. SMITH 323 W. Wash. Phone 1074. MANAGER Agents Johns-Manville All Asbestos, All Mineral Roofing Ask. i; 4'-j 41 52 390 16 1 25 12 21 6 lS'i 54 4jh 23 'i 12i 70 42 56 534 27 U 3 1 V, S l'i 1 48'4 IV.. 4"; 51 V2 18 23 DEARTH OF BACHELORS AT WEEKLY CLUB DANCES Unless Those Who Requested "Oftener" Hops Show Up, Monthly Pro gram Will Be Taken Up Again Unless a group of bachelors stand by their guns, the weekly dances at the Country Club will be discontinued In response to the request of the club men, the cntertainmeftt committee changed the once a month dance to a weekly affair which has not attracted the gatherings the occasions warranted. The men responsible fo the innova tion will be given a chance to mao good, but if not present tonight the former custom will again be observed. The club has gone to considerable ad ditional expense for the dances and if the pleasure derived from them is not sufficient to attract the members the committee fceli; justified in cancel ling the affairs. whoso property is sought to be ad ded to or raised by the Board of Equalization, as required ,y law. lit Fit Publishing and Printing Summons and Notices of Sales in case of Delinquent, taxes, when the sumo becomes a County charge. 1 Which said Bids were to be opened 1 y the said Board at eleven o'clock A. M. Wednesday. January 2'ith, PH.". : r,d that hour having now arrived the Board proceeded to open consider the Bids received: the Bids being as Follows: DUNBAR'S WEEKLY BID: 1. For Publishing and Printing Proceedings ot Hie .Board, per inch .. .12 2. F. sons, and ion Proclamations, Lists of Fer tile valuation of whose Pro is sought to be added to or d, by the Board of Equalization, all other notices in the daily I Gazette, per inch, each insertion. $. 25 I In the Arizona Weekly Gazette, per j inch, each insertion "' T II F. lil.FNDALK .NEWS BIO I 1. For Publishing and Printing 1 .Notices of Reward and F.lertion I'roc- nnd I Lunations, per column inch for each said j insertion 1 I 2. For Printing and Publishing i Sumons. and .Notices of Sales in case of delinquent taxes, and all other notices per column inch, for each in sertion 1J CUM PANY County, or the officers thereof, per inch, per iosertioii ' The consideration of said Bids was postponed until Nine o'clock A. -V. Monday, January 25, 1915. STATK BOA!) CLAIMS APPRO VEI) The Board audited and allowed State Road Claims as follows: Talb.it & Hubbard $ 5.4ft M. Lllingson & Sons 17.50 4. '.HI lUlhol'i.ed and lehers for out of tie. the Rewards per inch. Publishing and Printin ! A ltl.uN A l'l ' BLISH ! X( md Election Proclamations, j l'l" each insertion 12 ' 1. For publishing and Printing the ?.. For Publishing and Printing proceedings of the Board of Super- 1 list of Persons, the valuation of j visors, per loch, set in Body lype whose property is sought to oe add-; of Paper, one insertion only 20 ed to or raised, per inch, each in- i 2. For Publishing and Minting sertion 12 (.Notices of Reward, Election Procla- 4. For Publishing and Printing ! motions, per inch, per each inser Stimnions and Notices of Sales int:o:i set in Body type of paper.. .20 -o- ease ot same b ail otl. Con hi v Delinquent taxes, when comes a County charge, r notices required by and the Officers thereof, the I ild the per .12 lists PUTS 0. K. ON RATE AUTHORITIES 1 inch, each insertion ARIZONA CAZETTE j ARIZONA CAZETTE BID: 1. For the Printing and Publish ing of the proceedings ol tne Board of Supervisors, Notices of Reward, 1", r Publishing and Printing of person;, the valuation of whose property is sought to be add ed to or raised, per inch, per in serUon 20 4. For Publishing and Printing Summons and .Notices of Sales, in Lamar 1 'obb The 1 'hail man was directed to cxoi ute vi above claims payabl State Road Tax Fund. BOND ApPP.i iVED Th" chairman reported that lie had on January 22. 1!M5. approved the Pond of Wm. II. W'oolf as Notary Public, with Fidelity and Iepi.sit Company of Maryland as Surety. On motion and by unanimous vote 11. e Board stood at recess, until it o'clock A. M. Monday, January 25, l'.i 15. W. A. Moeiir. Chairman, Board of Supervisors. Clarence L. Standage. CI. rk. INCREASED BUSINESS E Down-tovn Pharmacy to-Date Furnishings to Have Up- Throughout, as Well as Additional Room America's Best Roofing W'hen plans for rebuilding and equipping the Central Pharmacy are carried out. it will be one ot the most modern and attractive drug stores in the southwest. Roy S. Goodrich, owner of the block in w hich the Central Pharmacy is located, and W. R. Wayland, proprietor of the pharmacy, have spent the past week in Los Angeles, studying modern store front designs and arrangement, and have finally worked out a very satisfactory scheme for remodeling the exterior of the corner. Mr. Wayland also purchased new wall and floor fixtures, which will include display cases of the very latest design, some thing that has just been put on the market. A new marble soda fountain corner, sixteen feet In length, will also be installed. Due to the very rapid increase in the Central's business the past two seasons, more space has been needed for some time, and the store's altera tions include the removal of the bal cony and prescription departments from the rear of the store, this space to be given to the new Eastman kodak department. An extra space of 400 square feet has been secured, part of which is the rear of the room formerly occupied by the Wellington, .while the balance come in increased cellar room. Mr. Wilyland, who returned yester day, sayn that conditions are improv ing on the coast, and that Los An geles was crowded with visitors at the big Western Fruit Jobbers' As sociation, with an attendance of over 2000, being everywhere in evidence. Confirming the adjustment of the Tucson switching charge case to the satisfaction of the shippers' associa tion, the corporation commission yes terday approved a special rate au thority providing that regular car load rates should apply to all ship ments handled over industrial .spurs at the pima terminal. Aside from the approval of a large number of special rate authorities, but few matters came up at the reg ular session of the commission yes terday. A special rale of eleven cents per 100 pounds from Naco to Doug las on mixed carloads of camp equip ment and personal effects belonging to the officers and men of the Sixth Field Artillery, was approved. Other authorities granted provided that suitable grain-doors boards will be furnished at all loading stations for co-operating cars. If the material and for a charge of $1.75 for the material in case same is not accounted- by the shipper at the re ceiving point. No distinction will he made hereafter between refined beet and cane sugar, but 100 pounds net of both kinds will be rated at 101 pounds when shipped in island bags and at 100 when packed in new bags. Amendment of the exemption rule governing ratings of declared or invoiced value and a number of other changes were also allowed. o Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. lease of delinquent taxes, when I same becomes a County charge. 'all other notices required by the the and i If you are out of Apples, Remember, "BIG Y" for you. Nice fat, family Ken's Cash Store. Mackerel, 10c, Mc (Adv.) It OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF SU PERVISOR. Maricopa County, STATE OF ARI Z( )NA. Phoenix, January 20. 1015. The Board resumed session at nine O'clock A. M. Wednesday, January 20, 1015, and there were present: W. A. Moeur, Chairman, Frank Luke, and C. Warren Peterson, Members, and Clarence L. Standage, Clerk. Absent: None. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. BIDS ON COUNTY" PRINTINGS AND PUBLISHING. The Board having heretofore ad vtrtised for sealed bids for (1) For Publishing and Printing the proceedings of the Board of Su pervisors. (2) For Publishing and Printing Notices of Reward, and Election Proclamations. (3) For Printing and Publishing lists of persons, the valuation of C BM ! ' , ' The right answer to the ques tion ---"When shall I build?" 1 There's a Reason! Ask Any Contractor or Real Estate Man. WOW! .