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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, MAUC11 .5, 1915
PAGE FIVE J DO YOU OWN A FORD? THE TIME PAYMENT PLAN WILL, NO DOUBT, INTEREST YOU. It means that you pan have vour'Ford now and pay for it later. The saving you ean effeet in vour business with your Ford will pay for the car. Runabout, $515.00. Ompelet, $825.00. Touring Car, $565.00. Sedan, $1050.00. FORD GARAGE ED RUDOLPH 208-10 E. Adams St. Telephone 514 KANSAS, SNOW COVERED INFORMATION WANTED ABOUT MISSING IN Country Inquire for Men Last Heard of in Phoenix From Various Parts of Southwest Come Reports of Great Storms. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH KANSAS CITY, March 4. Kansas mil other Portions of thfi south a-pst , , if huw-ueep in snow tonight. From i environs. if'i parts ot Kansas, fijitims of Missouri, ll'iomii ami Arkansas Ijjionr to seventeen ' .V e readied here. insr nvpr VptirncVri c.n...i. t-ii. 1 o - ouulii L'UniHil anu I - . northwestern Iowa tonight. A strong Bp0!"- Qnd has not been heard niiiu ia yuujg it into drifts, and much difficulty is ex perienced in moving trains. It has been snowing practically the past twenty-four hours in Omaha and its as well as from , Nebraska, Okla , reports of from inches of snow Texas, FINED FOR DAMAGING POSTERS ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH J AMSTERDAM. March 4 The m,,ni I cipality of Antwerp, according to Hen- ueisDiau, ras been fined $10,000 bv the I Cierman authorities because posters -."iis ,.ie still falling. In western j announcing a German East Prussian 4-1 m Kansas and eastern Oklahoma ! Victory were damaged. Thepopulation of Antwerp va warned, the newspaper S3 aflds, in the future the inhabitants of 51 Blizzard Is Reported. I houses situated near where posters ''M.'HA. Neb., March 4. A snow- are damaged will be held responsible jiMorm of blizzard intensity is sweep- for the damage, and severely punished. ?' Louisiana and southern (i.itions of Arkansas and Oklahoma, i.vt. ctill f..o; t Mi.ansas and eastern Oklahoma :'lood conditions are threatening. 1 THREE Phoenix Live Moves Do yon Love Phoenix? Will yon do your part for her? THEN DON'T BE A PARASITE HELP IN THESE B UY NOW BUILD NOW PAY E N 0 W Trade at Home So Say The Republican Ad-Men . Mayor Young has received five let ters from different parts of the uni verse, inquiring into the whereabouts of as many different men. Two of the men wanted are heirs to a large estate, and are inquired after by lawyers in charge of it. This let ter is from Saint John, N. B., Canada, and asks for information concerning two brothers named Hugh J. Ready and James F. Ready. The first named is described as about fifty years of age and left Saint John about two years ago. The second brother is about forty and left his home ten years ago. Norbcrt Jordan is the name of anoth er missing man, last seen in Phoenix. His aunt is inquiring after him. She states that he was a fine violinist, and when last heard from he was sick here. She has not heard from him since last September. The third letter asks ts to thp where. abouts of one Joseph. B. Rennard, form erly of Flagstaff and Prescott. but last heard from in Phoenix, He was an old soldier, and said to be of a very happy disposition. His sister who has not heard from him for four years is anx ious to again get in communication with him. , The fifth man Who has dlc-innearer? from sight in Phoenix, is named Jos eph Fox. He came here from Denver. has not been heard from since. Any information as to the where abouts of the above named men, will be transmitted to the inquiring parties by the Mayor. o REPUGIIGAN'S TRADE AT IIIQUIH Inquiries Are Received From Com munities Concerning Timley Illustrations. The Republican's well defined "Trade-at-Hcme" movement is at tracting not only a great deal of local attention, but The Republican has received several letters from commu nities outside of Phoenix, anxious to get a line on the illustrations used in The Republican's campaign. This campaign is proving to he verv ef fective, and .few things that The Re publican has ever done has attracted So much faorable comment from readers in general. People do not generally send the money that they earn in Phoenix away front Phoenix to buy goods with the intentional idea of injuring their own or their neighbor's inter est. It very often is and by repeatedly calling their atten tion to the matter they are becoming impressed with not only the value of but the necessity for trading at home io give real prosperity to this com munity. Since The Republican has started this well-defined campaign many illustrations have been recited snowing the final results, and The Kepuoncan is indeed glad to be of service in this manner. f ABOUT EXCESS IVATER Recommendations That the AVater Above Million Acre .toot Mark in Reservoir Be Given Lands Left Out of the Project ' Floods of inquiries have resulted from the publicity given to the rec ommendation by the board of gover nors of the Water Users' association that the 30,000 acres left out of the project by the survey board be given reservoir water when storage is in excess of a million acre feet. One result of the anxiety of holders of that land to get water has been the posting or a .notice by the reclama tion service giving the exact facts of the case. It reads: The only action regarding the serv ing or surplus stored water is a rec ommendation by the board of govern ors of the Water Users' association that the secretary of the interior issue an order to that effect. Should the secretary approve, there must first be 1,000,000 acre feet in the reservoir. Applicants must reside on the land or on some legal subdivision. The application must not put the water user in excess of service for 160 acres in all. Only the acreage, could be accepted for the supply in excess of 1,000,000 acre feet. The reclamation service is in charge of distribution of water and applications if permitted must be made to that organization. o POPULACE OF MEXICO (Continued From Page One) PARTY MAY BE LOST f ASSOCIATED PKE8S DISPATCH fcAUT LAKE CITY, March 4. Anx iety exists at Bluff regarding tho fare of a party of twelve white nprftfinB and one Indian who left nuitt terday for Jayenta, Arizona, according to a newspaper special from Bluff. Piute Indians under the leadership of viu j-oik were last reported on the route taken by the party. o . FOR NEW ADMIRALS rat sr hi War Book .Coupon fc BM Coupon entitles yon to one copy of THE LONDON TIMES HISTORY OF the WAR M at the office of this newspaper with 98 cents to Ti.k-i t. : i ii :t w iMuutiiij, iuc uwi uwiucicu vy mail, asoa me coupon ana l.x, with jour name and address. A $3.00 Book for Only 98c Through our pedal advertising arrangement with The London Times we are able to make this great book offer to our readers, for a limited time only. The London Times History of the Waf is the one really great book on the European War. It cost $70,000 to produce and is acknowledged to be the standard author to on the great conflict. It is a book you should own, ao M Uiie this opportunity to obtain it at one-third cost. tt contains 400 interesting and instructive pictures. It bis; book, size 1 zll inches, weighs about 3 pounds eupenof oaocr. bound in cloth. Cat oat thia Coupon Now r ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH WASHINGTON. March 4. The names of Rear Admiral Fletcher, How nrd and Cowels, commanding the At lantic, Pacific and Asiatic fleets, were brought forward in naval nignt as the President's probable selec nuns ror tne three new admirals of the nay. just authorized h - - J .uiiRicua, 0 FORTRE8S ATTACKS CONTINUE ASSOCIATED press dispatch LONDON, (Friday) March 5. An admiralty statement says the attack on the fortress of the Dardanelles con tinued on Wednesday, but no reports of the results were received. ALL PAID FOR Referring to the promptness of some people In settling their accounts. Sen ator William Alden Smith of Michi gan recalled a little incident about a party named Jones. A few days before Christmas Jones was talking with his neighbor, Brown, when the subject of interchanging presents entered into the conversation. "Do you mean lo sav?" hi.j,.,i Brown, in response to a statement made bv Jones, "that oil nf Christmas presents are paid for?" "Why, yes," was the easy rejoinder Of Jones. "I settled for the laat nf tv,.. yesterday." 1 You are nothinc short nt a n,rnA - enviously returned RrOWn "I havitn't even begun to buy mine yet" Neither have I," answered Jones, with a look of enlightenment. 'JI was referring to last Christmao" tio burg Chronicle.-Telegraph. command of General Maclovio Her rera at Soledad yesterday. One nun dred and sixty prisoners captured by Herrera have arrived here. One ma chine gun and much ammunition was also captured. uenerai Kicaut reDorts that a gang of eighteen Huertista filibuster ens Who Crossed from the AmW,.!.n side near Lajara were ambushed by tne constitutionalists when they land ed on Mexican soil. The entire band was captured." I he state department was advised toaay the British and Spanish vice consuls at Acapulco on the west coast of Mexico, who, with a Span iard named Jose Fano, were arrested by Carranza officials recently and taken aboard the gunboat nnimM had been released on representations oy tne aepartment and were taken aooard the American cruiser Cleve , i ... "u h.l aianzanmo. The men were both Spanish subjects, Rafael and r.anjamin Fernandez. It is not Known here on what charges they "tie arrested. Monterev HAmhanluI EL PASO, March 4. Refugees arriv ing here today from Monterey, held oy the "Villa, garrison under General Angeies. related that the city had been suujecieo. recently to a daily bombard mem oy the Carranza artillery, with lunnnuai lighting on the outskirts. The Villa commander. General Man uel Chao, reported todav that h ,... ready to make an agressive movement aseinsi tampieo on the east coast. Du vai west. .President wiiann-., ii . .. a n r:v HI 1 envoy to Mexico, arrived yesterday at .djra, jansco state, where Villa i mcateo. XACO, March 4. Yaonl Tn,iiunD , reported as having mutinied in the muyio.ena camp at San Jose, twelve ..H,es soutn or here. Communications by railroad and wire Is cut and a sentry line established eight miles south bar ring all travel. Railroad emnlovea h,,v,. . j here that drunken Yaquis terrorized Cannanea and ni tji , j , " oc.cim uays. The station of the Southern Pacific at Cononea was "shot nr." h Tn,i, is said. The fit At ion h pent a'. t can.nemed Grace lives with his family tut- UUIIUiniF. no BlOf nr.A-.a. mo is reported to have sent his oiiiuy io uananea for uf.iv General Calls D. DOUGLAS. March I fl ,1 . . wuciai duties , , . o' .gua Prieta, who was forced to abandon his """" anacK on Kacozari and re treat, returned to Ao t.i.. ,., --a xiicLu wnn forty prisoners captured when he took rionteras. Mi prisoners were immedi atplV AVdill.a.l 1T1II!.. . . -----v -.-ui.cu. nuisia troops for a me tnreatened to surrender the Cal les force which wan nn ItB ... rv.i o . 3 lu Juln "- ""'"ciuejo near jvacozari. To Open Stores. MEXICO CITV ii, a . . - ..-,-. t . special decree was issued hv th i... commander calling for the opening of 1 U acceptance of constitu l,"'""H IIIUIIKV. REPORT COURTEOUS He Why are you women alwava going to bargain sales in the hope of getting something for nothing? She For the same reason you tnen are always going to your poker clubs. 1 0 AFFILIATION 1 WjiSSi?! "I hear, iny poor woman, your hus band is a dipsomaniac." "No, he ain't neither. Nothin's the matter with him, except he's crazy with drink." Washington Post. PRESIDENT TO EXPO. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH WASHINGTON. March 1 -ima, congress adjourned, the president is expected to decide within a day or ju woeiner ne will go to the San Francisco exposition this month, as planned, or delay the trip until later Tentative arrangements oall for him to leave here about March 15, arriv ing at San Francisco about March 21. The general view in official circles tonight was the president would postpone the trip because of the international situation, but some Officials still believed h uni.i as planned. At the White House It was said no definite decision has been reached. i o . CELEBRATE ORANGE DAY rASSOCtATPD PRESS DISPATCH SACRAMENTO. Calif.. March I The governor has designated March 20 to be celebrated throughout thn state as Orange Day. The Parcel Post Brings Our Store to Your Door The parcel post system and our system of filling orders for out-of-town residents make it easy to buy practically anything' by mail. Our excellent Mail Order Department is at your service practical, experienced shoppers do your work. Ask us to send you samples now for your Spring Wardrobe. Satisfaction guaranteed. wasmihotom cor. first ST. These Up-to-the-Iinute lilks that Speak for Themselves Run Your Eye Doivn the List. Can you think of any Silks you want more for your Spring Costume? And then imagine making such gratifying savings as the prices shown on this season s Silks, m the very shades most in voguefive yards for the usual price of three m some cases! - We've been doing some wonderful silk selling, so far, and we shall keep it up! 36-Inch Foulard Silks, Just New, at per Yard $1 Printed Pongee, the Last in Spring Silks Fresh from the silk mill came the newest pongee prinieu in norai etlect the green and rose shade making a beautitul contrast special value, per yard . . $1.00 We are showing them in navy and grey with large polka dots just the thing for Spring. Black Satin Messaline 98c Heres a new one 36-inch, excel lent soft finish, with a high lustre, and worth more than our price. 36-Inch Chiffon Taffeta, $1.25 Black and navy with pin stripes or wider stripes In white; very neat for street dresses. 32-Inch Mesasline, $1.00 Black and navy pin striped or wider stripes. Black Duchess Satin at 98c You all know about the wearing qualities of Duchess Silks 36 inch satin, in black- only, at.. 98c Crepe de Chines Are Here in Great Profusion Interesting to see all these new colorings chalk, Nile, Ibrador. sage. corn. Helgian blue, and of course, the good black and navy and white-light blue, pink and rose, too-40-inch V O material, and displayed now at, per yard KU -L Wool Dress Goods for Spring Is Here Good News Designers, Weavers and Dyers Must Have Stayed Up Late o' Nights to evolve" such marvels of beauty as find representation on the Korric-k counters. The Spring preparations this great store made know no precedent. They Avere exhaustive alleoinpreheuivo in so far a s worthy weaves are concerned. Noth ing that you would have is missing. Everything that is here is fresh, crisp the rattle of the loom almost echoing along the selvedge. See them! The 54-Inch Spring . Suitings Are Just Out Checks and stripes, grey and white, and tan and white most popular for Spring Suits and separate Skirts, per yard $2 00 All-Wool Serge 45-in. Wide, $1.75 Just in the new sand shade. Bet Just in the ned sand shade. Bet- Have You Seen the New Mohair Crepe? 54 inches wide, in black only, at, per yard $1.95 And a 42-inch crepe in black and Belgian blue, at, per yard $1.50 This is a beautiful, lustrous wool goods. EXTRA SPECIAL WOOL GOODS AT, PER YD., 50c Shepherd Checks in black and white 40-inch width just the thing for your Spring Dress or a Skirt. White Gabardine at $1.75 wonderful 50-inch material and quality at our low price. New Gabardines A7 rr Here at . . . . p.OU 50-inch new Gaberdines in the most popular shades, such as battleship grey, sand and putty. Black and White Broken Checks at per Yard $1. 75 Kih moU.1.1 l ,1 ...... . . 54-inch material very neat. In tiny little checks, soft coloring Some Crisp New CottonsSee Our Spring Display The new Cotton Wash Materials are more fascinating than ever! Surelv never hof., ho.. i- , turned out such bewilderingy attractive weaves: never before have lTtonr. terns, such dainty color.ngs. Everything that's good in the world of cotton, madam is here he i. staples, with which you are familiar, or the new things which have come with Sprfng i9i5 Pretty Crepes at 15c 24 inches wide, striped, dots and beautiful floral designs. 1 Etnbroid'r'd Crepe 98c J'l inted Lace Cloth Wonderful at, yd., 19c, Something entirely new In. Wash Materials. , We can t really de scribe the beauty of these Cottons better see them. Embroidered Tissue at 25c The very latest pattern broken checks and stripes, wilh neatly embroidered designs; width 27 inches. We can't think of anything pret'-' tier for a Spring Dress or a new blouse white crepe with large bluo embroidered figures. Embroidered Silk Crepe the Latest 36-inch material, distinctly new designs, per yard "....$1.25 Pekin Silk Voile Just Out Newlst lace effect, printed in rosebud and full grown flower de signs in the most delicate shades; per yard 755 Printed Voile, Yd. 25c 40-inch wide Voiles, entirely new designs. Inspect our stock now before the best patterns will be gone. 1 (J i X sm.i).w,nm"