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TflE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1915 Deering New Ideal Giant Mower lias a somewhat heavier and wider frame, more powerful gears, and wider wheels, than are found on the regular Doering mower. This is generally used where there is a large acreage of hay and a heavy erop. Jt will he found of exceptional value n such farms; not only for the amount of work it will do in a short time, hut the many hours of val uable time saved the farmer. If you are going to need a mower it will pay you to see this one. EZRA W. THAYER EVERYTHING IX HARDWARE 124-130- E. Washington St. 127-133 E. Adams. f AMUSEMENTS f FIRST RUN REELS III THE LAMflRA TONIGHT Manager John Rarncord of the La maia theater has scored again in se curing the exclusive run for Sunday of the pictures taken at the opening of the Panama-Pacific Exposition tit San Francisco one week -ago today. This is an exceptionally short time in which to obtain releases from any distributing agency. Generally pic tures showing here have heen shown for from fifteen days to six weeks he fore arriving in Phoenix, however the hooking on the Orpheum circuit for this picture left open a. date which could he used in Phoenix to advant age, nnd llarncord hearing of it nab hed the pictures for his house. Following the Kellerman, "Xeptune's Daughter" engagement which closes tonight, this is something to have ac complished for the amusement lovers of Phoenix. Returning to the splen did picture. "Xeptune's Daughter," in which the beautiful and accomplished Miss Kellerman plays the title role. It might he said again that the last chance to see this picture will have passed when the doors, of the house close tonight. Not to have seen it Is to have missed a great treat. BEAUTIFUL SCENERY OF LAKE TAROE AT LION Oi ncral Manager Nelson of the Lake Tailor? Railway & Transportation t'o.. recently sent A. R. flutter of the Arizona Eastern a 1000 foot film of that section. The film tells a very pretty story of the discovery of Lake Tahoe by the Indians, still considered by them as a sacred thing. Lake Tahoe is situated in the very PAINTING DONE WHILE YO.U WAIT and you'll not be forced to wait long. Place your order today and our skilled mechanics start on the morrow. Quality Paints and Qualified Painters are to be had at all times by applying to CAVILEER & COMPANY, ' The Store With a Conscience." ls E. Adams Phone 1829. Amusements HEATBE DE LUXE 9 PM Matinee Today THE LITTLEST REBEL Conceded the Greatest Play of the Redmond Engagement. See the Great Realistic Civil War Battle. ARIZONA COLISEUM 10c, 20c 30c EMPRESS LAMARA REGALE Prices, 10c and 15c Try A Republican Want Ad. apex of the Sierra Xevada moun tains, on the California-Nevada line, over HOOo feet above sea level, sur rounded by a dense forest, large pines and firs. One of the most remarkable fea tures of Lake Tahoe is the wonderful transparency of the water, the bot tom of the lake being visible to the naked eye to a depth of 171 feet. There are also certain parts of the lake where no bottom can be found and it is the accepted opinion that Lake Tahoe is no mitre or less than the crater of an extinct volcano. The shore line is 71 miles round, encircling, in addition to Tahoe Tav ern, a great many other resorts which are visited daily by a swift steamer which plies the lake. All this is brought out beautifully in the film, showing the various resorts, the beau ties of Truckee river, which always rushes madly from Lake Tahoe and empties into the Sacramento river in California. The film will lie cxhi? hiied at the Lion theater in conjunc tion with the regular program today and it will be well worth a visit to the theater to see this film. THE REGALE The bill for the Regale today shows the comedy western drama. "The Blowout at the Santa Tianana," n great picture from the Mutual pro gram. In addition to this there will be a couple of other good releases one of them a great comedy, r.eginning next week Manager Davis announces he will show six reels daily at the Regale as he is intent on giving the patrons of his house the biggest show for the money that can be foiiid anywhere in town. He will use both T'nlversal and Mutual releases of first run. pictures thus giving the folks of Phoenix the opportunity of seeing the best in diversified programs to be found in the country. "The Better Way" at Leeeraft'a Lion Pretty little Dorothy Gish takes the leading part in the Majestic drama, "The Better Way," at Leecraft's Lion theater today. This little actress is decidedly individual in her actions and has a quaint way of doing things. A little canary bird shows her how to be happy in "The Better Way" EMPRESS Today and Sunday, Matinee and Night A Florida Enchantment Featuring EDITH STOREY and SYDNEY DREW Admission: 10c, 15c Children, 5c uiAfiniyMW"'''1"11"1" - - - - -- -- - " Today Theodore Roberts in "THE CIRCUS MAN" Now Playing ELLIS MUSICAL COM EDY CO. Coming Evelvn Nesbit Thaw in "THREADS OF DESTINY" EXPLOITS OF ELAINE Second Installment Fridav Onlv. S It. Six New Reels Program Changes Dailv A Crcat Dime's Worth GLEUDALE HAS A NOD RECORD Volume of Business is Sur prising Betts Makes Up Table' of Carload Ship ments Sent and Received During 1014 Very few cities of the southwest can show the record of shipments such as was compiled for. the Salt river valley champion town of Glen dale, the other day, by O. D. Betts of the Santa Fe. The following list of business handled in and out of filendale, is taken from the Olendale N"e"'' Shipments sent from filendale dur ing 1!)14: Commodity No. Ors II ay 3SS Cattle Hogs r Sheep 4." Horses 1C, drain 79 Oats f Cotton r Potatoes 7 Molasses S no 220 ir, 21 ..." 1,185 filendale i. Cars. 103 8 25 4 IS!) 2ft lrt 5 .... 110 6 !)R t .... 104 2G 763 Sugar Cantaloupes Ail others .Merchandise Total forwarded, tars . Shipments received at station during year 1011. Commodity x Coal Lumber r,l Cake Cement Vegetables :... Flour Live stock Oil Vehicles Machinery Household floods f! ravel Rock Sugar Cane Grain Merchandise All Others Total carR received Add total cars forwarded.... 1.1SI Making grand total of 1.9S4 cars. which is a splendid drama. , The two reel Broncho picture, "The Passing of Two Cun Hicks," while it has a blood and thunder title, is neverthe less a strong production and shows the good side of a bad man. The scenic picture, "Lake Tahoe," shows the lake and scenery in that vicinity and Is well worth seeing. The pro gram ends with a Keystone comedy called "Ambrose's First Falsehood,' which is a typical Keystone farce and will cause amusement. Tomorrow the Lion shows 'The Mutual Weekly." which contains views of lioosevelt dam, under the title of "The Largest Dam in the World" and also pictures taken by Robt. Turnbull at Xaco. Arizona, showing I'nited Slates sol diers sent there for the protection of the border town. Monday the Lion will roar about General Film pictures At the Empress At tne Kmpiess today and tomor row, Edith Storey, one of the screen favoiites, will be seen in that beauti ful picture ' A Florida Enchantment". The scenes are laid, mid the tropical flower of Florida and in the quaint old city of St. Augustine. There, are many comical happenings, through the five reels, although it is not known, as a comedy. This is a picture that any one will appreciate, if thev see it, and will be sorry if they should miss it. Theodore Roberts at the Arizona "The Circus Man" lrom the Jesse L. Ijisky ptudics on the Paramount pro gram' which w ill he the offering at the matinee today and evening for the last time "The Circus Man" is from the famous book "The Rose in the Ring" by Geo. Parr McCutcheon who needs no introduction as aw riter and with Teo dore Roberts in the title role a para mount picture is assured. The Arizona will offer this excellent program today only, tomorrow the new bill will be "The Marked Woman" with Barbara Tennant in the title role. PAROLES GRANTED The board of control esterday granted paroles from the state industrial school to Carolyn SheeHan, who will go to California nnd to Edwanl Lewis a Phoenix bov. 0 Chsmber of Commerce Dinner March A Adams Everybody AttSnd Dorothy gish - - - -In- THE BETTER WAY And a Beautiful Sce nic Picture LAKE TAHOE At the LOON THEATER TODAY CASHIER MAY PAT SHORTAGE IX FULL Will Joseph G. Armstrong, former president and cashier of the Bowie Bank and Trust Company make good the loss to depositors? That is the question State Auditor Callaghan asked himself yesterday af ter the receipt of a wire from Arm strong to the effect that he had suc ceeded in raising all but $100 of the amount necessary to reimburse those who had money in the bank' when it closed its doors. The amount needed to satisfy all claims against the in stitution is approximately $3,100. As soon as he has that sum raised, Arm strong says, he will send a check for the entire amount to the state auditor. Armstrong, who recently won a strenuous fight against extradition proceedings, says that he took only enough money for carfare to Omaha, and that he intended to return to Bowie, as soon as he had the funds to re-open the hank. It was to secure some ready cash following a. run on the institution, that he took along one or two notes, on which he has suc ceeded in raising about $3000. Al though it is not considered likely that he will return to Arizona, Auditor Callaghan stated yesterday that he did not think there would be any dispo sition to prosecute the erstwhile fin ancier, provided he paid all claims in full. Among the deposits in the hank at the time it suspended operations was $2000 belonging to Cochise county. o ROOSEVELT DISTRICT The Washington Birthday social I given by the ladies club on Monday night was a rousing success both fiom the standpoint of a good time and the money receipts. There were over 100 people present and though there was no auctioneering of boxes the excitement over obtaining them ran high. The program was short but interesting, one feature be ing the enthusiastic singing of patri otic sons by the entire crowd. The slides on Burns and Scotish scenery loaned by Mr. Walter 1 1 ill of phoe nix were very fine specimens and thoroughly enjoyed by the audience. Among them was one of George Washington and of our flag which aroused great applause. Mrs. Ryder deserves much credit for the success of the evening. The newly organized Alahoe Club whose membership consists of young men of the neighborhood will give n dancing party at Neighborhood House Friday night of this week, in vitations being issued by mail. James Palmqtiest was elected president; Lee Burch, secretary; and Randolph Mo Elhaney Treasurer. Sunday school. 10:15 a. m. Church 11:30 a. m. Preaching by Rev. Logic as form erly. Anthem, The Sound of Holy Voices, by Heyser, Membership last Sunday was very close to the loo mark and the col lection in proportion. Sermon by Rev. Stewart was very much enjoy ed and the remarks by Rev. Genet in behalf of the homeless children of the state brought forth a litieral con tribution from those present Keep in mind that one week from Sunday is Belgian Relief Day at which time collection will be taken for the starving thousands in that country. Thursday of this week there was a meeting of the parent Teachers As sociation of the Roosevelt Imtnct held nt Mrs. Price's, the president of the organization. Mrs. Roseveare was chose vice-president and Mrs. Davidson secretary and treasurer at the initial meeting a week ago. The Thursday meeting was for the pur pose of sewing for the unfortunate Mexican children who are not prop erly clad to attend school. The as sociation is open for membership to the entire parent population of the district and thfe meetings in the fu ture will be held in the school house. School problems will be discussed by the parents and teachers and it is hoped that much benefit will be de rived from this organization by way of co-operation of all concerned in the betterment of the school. ' A number of people met last Sat urday at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson and organized what Is now known as the "Keep On the Move Club." The election of officers was as follows: President, Frank Jeffer son; vice-president. Arthur Strong: secretary, l.ulii E.ver; treasurer, Wal ter Strong. The purpose of the club is purely social and entertaining, and the meetings will probably be held iii neighborhood House in the future. Mrs. K. S. Townsend has- sufficient ly recovered to ride out in the auto. Mr. Gould's Sunday School class is going on a moonlight ride Satur day evenin of this week. It is un necessary to say "Joy go with them" if the moon is as bright as it prom ises to ho. On Thursday of last week Mr. .T. R. Wilson of phoenix high school, secured Mr. J. J. Could to give a lecture to his chemistry students. His subject was, "Manufacture of Tieet Sugar." Mr. Gould talked for an hour nnd a half, going into detail to detail on description of the pro cess, beginning with the raising of tho seed for beets and ending with the finished product on the market. There was no plinse of the ques tion on which he was not informed and he held tho close attention of the students throughout the entire talk. At the close he answered a number of questions pvopotinded by the pupils. For several years Mr. Gould was superintendent of a large beet sugar factory In Chicago, and his experience there enabled him to show to the class how the chemists is the man behind each step of the process and his word is law. Ilia talk was practical and his manner of description so clear that anyone could enjoy and appreciate U throughout. It will be repeated on Friday of this week for the bene fit of the rest of the chemistry ntn deuls. - f ESPEE TOURS Complaints of Overcrowding of Globe-Phoenix Auto Stages, and Other Dis comforts to Be Inquired into Mondav An investigation of the statement, repeated in various quarters, that the handling of passengers from Globe to Phoenix Is being conducted in a manner detrimental to the comfort and safety of the tourists will be started Monday, when a number of representatives of the Chamber of Commerce will meet with Chairman F, A. Jones of the corporation com mission and C. II. Fitch, the pro ject manager at the Arizona Club. The charges' if they can be called such are to the effect that not enough care has been exercised in transporting the tourists over the more or less perilous road between Globe and Phoenix. It is said that one of the drivers, after having been compelled to abandon his car due to a washout, fell in a. fit off the running board of one of tho other ears. A doctor who happened to be in the pnrty stated that a man subject to such indispositions should not be permitted to have charge of the lives of tourists on such a road. Over-crowding, undue speed, lim ited hotel accomodations are among tho wrongs imputed to the carrying companies. The investigation will, it is under stood, attempt to establish just who is contracted to do the passenger hauling for the Southern Pacific nnd the Raymond Whitcomb tourist com pany. It is implied that irrespon sible parties are engaged in the traf fic, although this has not been es tablished. C. n. Dorris, chairman of the tran sportation committee of the Cham ber of Commerce says that if these tourists are handled correctly, they will be productive of immense good for Phoenix, but if they leave a disa gree.! bin impression with any of the travelers, the harm will be irrepair- ablo. Those who will look into the prop osition are C. n. Dorris, Hon. F. A. Jones, c. H. Fitch. H. R. Tritle. A. II Luhrs. and A R. Gatter. o RIGHT OF WAY FOR (Continued from Page One) a square tract of land in Santa Cruz county containing 100,000 acres, one of four similar tracts granted by the gov ernment in 1S64 to the Baca heirs in lieu of certain lands in the vicinity of Santa Fe, New Mexico. The interior department during several years had ' declared the grant invalid and manv settlers were encouraged to enter upon it. Same of them had secured patents to their lands and in all other cases the lands were ready for patent. An injunction by a wuccessor in in terest to the Baca heirs against the is suance of a patent to a settler brought the matter into the courts and last fall the supreme court of the United Stntes upheld the validity of the grant. The memorial asks congress to provide that lieu lands of equal value may be grant ed to the settleiw and that they may be reimbursed lor the improvements they have mode. The bill giving to trustees of school districts in !ncorporated towns the right to expend the proceeds of bonds voted for that purpose, for the making of street improvements adjacent to school buildings wan before the senate on second reading. This bill was in tended to relieve a situation in Phoenix on Center street abutting on Central school building. Originally the bill pro vided that bonds previously issued for such a purpose might be declared valid and the voting of a bond proposition was rendered impossible by an amend ment requiring tat at least forty per cent of the qualified voters of the dis trict shall attend the election. Mr. Martin secured the striking out of that amendment. The senate bill creating a. state hoard of health was passed and signed by the president. Other bills passed in the course of the day was one prohibiting the circu la lion of anonymous circulars defam atory of candidates for office and the bill for the relier of wholesale and re tail liquor dealors by refunding to them the money they had paid for liquor licenses. The money to be refunded shall cover the period after the prohibi tion amendment went into effect, that the licenses yet had to run. Roth houses took a longer middav recesj than usual that the legislators might accept an invitation of the Ro tary club to mix up in international af fairs by participation in a Dunch lunch. The House it was a husy day in the house with new bills and the disposition In th committee of the whole of several more or less important measures. Among them was the bill giving to tne Tempe normal the state normal collage of Arizona and enlarge Its cur ricnlum. The consideration of the bill had been begun the day before. There had been a development of so much op position to many features of it that a motion for its indefinite postponement had been made. Yesterday morning some Of the amendments that had been made were removed. The propriety of calling the school a college was Quest ioned but that was allowed to go. The oay before it 'was required that the president of the college should hold a degree from some recognized univer sity. That requirement was removed An amendment was adopted permitting the college to issue diplomas but to prohibit the conferring of degrees. Protests against the passage of the bill licensing billiard and pool tables. requiring that nil games shall be paid for in advance and that all pool and billiard hoimes shall be closed at mid night. Later in the day the committee FAREWELL!! TO THE Insurance Company's Big Fire Sale HHERE GOES for a GRAND CLEAN-UP of the Insurance Company's Fire Sale of Drugs and Sundries. You can't afford to miss this last call. Read the prices below, and be convinced then come to our sale and be benefited 1 1 Toilet and Infant 10c 10c 10c ters package Burnt Alum...3 Styptic .Pencils 3t Plas- 4? Munion and Corn (3 for 10c) Foot -east Powder .. (3 for 2.1c) package Cream of 4 lie tar lf.c 1.1c 1 lb. Tar- 6c 7C package Canary Seed package Orris Root.. Lump Alum 8C package Insect Powder. f)C Dry Clean-O t) (3 for 21c) Xyal'H Liniment Anti-septic Tablets ...9C bottle Muriatic Acid.HC bottle Colgate's Glvcer- 12C Tooth Rrushes 12C Kspy's fragrant Cream 13C Campho-phenique .--13C Glycerine Suppositor- 13c (2 for 2.1c) 2.C 2.1c 2.1c 2.1c ine 3.1c 2,1c 21c 21c Sets I I Ya Price PILLS1 PILLS!! PILLS!!! 7C The Kind You Have Always Used 7c 30 N. First Ave. A. G. Baldwin, Mgr., for 0. E. Barrant of the whole returned an adverse report on the bill. I The following new bills were intro- ' duced: . i I5y Mr. Pinkley regulating hospitals and hospital associations maintained by fees of employes of a company, requir ing that the employees or those con tributing fees to the hospital shall have the right to select fifty per cent of the governing body which munt submit re ports of its receipts and the conduct of the business. i By Mr. Newbury, for the sinking of an experimental artesian well in Sul phur Springs valley and appropriating $1000. By. Mr. Brooks, a bill proposing an amendment to the constitution relating to the organization of the legislature. The amendment would remove the six (y day limit and would allow the mem bers a stated salary of $SO0 for the two year term. Special sessions may be called by the governor. He shall call them on a petition signed by two- thirdti of the members setting forth the . subjects of legislation. i By Mr. Newbury, to regulate insur- . ance companies. By Mr. Reed, to amend the law rela- the to the making of ansays at the mining department of the university. A new scale of fees is proposed and it i iB provided that where there is reason to beiiexe that it will lie to the vantage of the state assays may be made with Prescribed by physicians for twenty years clearsjpimply skin Pimples and blackheads disappear, red, 3 rough, blotchy complexions become 1 clean, clear and velvety, and hair ' health and beauty are aided by the regular use of Resinol Soap and an oc casional application of Resinol Oint ment. These soothing, healing prep- arations do their work easily, quickly . and at little cost. Santox Durna and Penslar Remedies Price 21c Red Cross Kidney Plast- 13C 1 2 for 21c) 1 qt. Denatured Alcohol .. 18 1 qt. Household Ammonia 21C 1 ll. Boric Acid 23C 10c Creme de Camelia 21C 10c Cameline 24C 61c Powder Puff Boxes. . .24 10c Robinson's Pat. Bailey 24C (3 for file) 10c Mellin's Food 26t (2 for 10c) 10c Omega Oil 28 (2 for 10c) 100 Compound Cathartic 29c $1.00 Fever Thermometer. 38C $1.00 Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy 48 (3 for $1.2.1) file Saxolite $3.00 to $10.00 Trusses ivour choice) 48C $1.00 Peruna 67C $1 10 Vapo-Cresoline 68 out charge. llv Mr. Prooks, an act relating to the licensing of drivers of motor vehicles for hire after an examination of the applicant as to his qualifications. In the afternoon the house after a debate passed the amended senate bill lor the relief of indigents not provided for is the old age and mothers' pension law. The house was unwilling directly to amend that law yet it Hlid that very thing in extending the purpose of that Jaw by authorizing boards of supervis ors to care for such indigentsTn any manner they might choose. A bill fixing the salaries of officers in counties of the first class, ( Mari copa i was passed. The hill only in creases the salary of the clerk of the superior court to J2400 und that of the chairman of the board of supervisors from $1,100 to $1mi0 and those of the other members of the board from $1200 to $1,100. In the afternoon session of the com mittee of .the whole many matters were gone over much of which was un done after the committee rose nnd re sumed the regular session. If one event of the day in the house loomed above another in curious inter est it was the action taken on the Gold- water investigating resolution the vote on which indicated a temporary aban donment at least of the line-up which has existed in all matters In any way involving the state administration. RmidoI Ointment mad Ret (not Botp an alia unt ie -t for Mmi, ringworm and other tormcntituE akin eruption. They atop itch ins and burninc instantly and In moet cam bealinc besina at once Ideal for coanna. Practically erery drue gltt aellt Reei not Sass and Raaiaol 0 is tinea t.