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r THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1915 OITY MaiisiioiiviER II II A Man of Big Caliber for a "Rflan-Sized Job" FOR a bigger, better, more economical and cleaner Phoenix; for a .man of great executive ability, with ten years' experience in pub lie and corporate affairs; for a man whose honesty, and integrity has been tried time and again; your vote should be cast today for F. A. JONES, now chairman of the State Corporation Commission. OWING to the fact that a few qualified electors had not registered before signing the petition for the nomination of MR. JONES, the City Officials were obliged to leave his name off the printed ballot paper; but the law requires that they leave two lines for the insertion of such names as have been omitted. if You Wish It "Win Jones Says Here's His Letter He Will Serve" Phoenix, Arizona, February 26, 1915. Mr. F. A. Jones, Phoenix, Arizona. Dear Sir: Believing that your selection as City Commissioner would be in the interests of good city government, a petition of nomination was circulated and filed at a late hour by a number of citizens desirous of having city affairs conducted in an efficient, economical, non-partisan manner, without your approval. City officials, claiming the petition was insufficient, declined to pine your name on the primary ballot. We are informed by competent legal authority that the petition is in order and that the exclusiion of your name from the primary ballots was unwarranted. We ask that you permit us to proceed to have your name presented to the electors of the city as one of the candidates for city commissioner. Awaiting your early and favorable consideration, respectfully submitted. JOHN L. IRVIN, H. G. MURPHY, H. M. KENNEDY. AS THERE is absolutely no doubt about Mr. Jones accepting the office of City Official, it behooves you as an admirer of Mr. Jones knowing his past record to come out and vote for him; and bring your friends along. Mr. John L. Irvin, ct a I., Phoenix, Arizona. Dear Sirs: Your favor of recent date re-City Com I wish to first thank you and those who signed my pe this honor. I cannot sanction action looking to further Consulting alone my personal preference and adv serve on the City Commission. Unfortunately, this is the to serve the public in positions of responsibility involv While I do not aspire to this office, I feel that my tors of Phoenix wish me to serve them as City Commis the single purpose of making the city government efficient, (Signed) Phoenix, Arizona, March 3, 1915. missionership. As an endorsement of my public service, tition of nomination, although I am not an aspirant for efforts to have my name placed on the primary ballot. antage, I am forced to say that I would prefer not to position taken by too many qualified citizens when urged ing work without proper compensation. services and time belong to the public, and if the olec sioner I will do so to the best of my ability and with economical and ncn-partizan.. Sincerely yours, F. A. JONES. NOT a matter of name, nor yet a matter of creed, but one of sheer ability that Phoenix needs. Therefore, there is no reason why a State official should not also be a City Commissioner, than a banker or professional man. Jones for Commissioner Club Weldon Irvin, Sec. Don't forget to write in the name and place the x thus: JONES FOR COMMISSIONER X MATINEE TODAY The best show of the Kedmond Stay A WOMAN'S WAY The play that made Grace George Have your seat laid away by phone. 1 .ywWWWMMWWWVrWMrW' COLISEUM TONIGHT ELLIS MUSICAL COMEDY CO. in "MUCH ADO ABOUT LITTLE" The funniest farce ever written, 10c 20c 30c Have you seen "Babe" Lewis, San Francisco 'a most popular soubrette? She appears in this bill PRESIDENT GIVES AND TAKES AWAY RANGES By a recent executive order, the city of Douglas gets a new rifle range apportionment from President Wilson, and the public land set aside last summer in an inaccessible spot northeast of Holbrook for a National Guard shooting range has been placed back in the public' domain. The order sets aside Section 10, Township 24 South, Range 2H Ea-st for a military rifle range near the city of Douglas. The other tract is officially described as Section 10, Township 24 North, Range 29 East, it was for Co. i. First Regiment. National Guard of Arizona. Mradshaw and Lccper butter today only, 2 lbs. for 5"c. Elwells Pure Food Grocery, 2.10 East Washington St. Ad vertisement. It A R 1 7 CI M A Tuesday, Wednesday5 and Thursday HIIILUIlfi "THE ROSE OF THE BANCHO" - Now Playing COLISEUM ELLIS MUSICAL COM- 10e, 20c 30c EDY CO. EMPRESS Coming Evelyn Ncsbit Thaw in "THREADS OF DESTINY" LAMARA "EXPLOITS OF ELAINE" Installments Every Thursday and Friday PLAZA Opposite City Hall. A Complete Change of Pictures Every Day SIX BIG REELS All State Right Features REGALE Ten Cents Six New Reels ( , Program Changes ' Daily A Orent. Dime's Worth Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. n n TODAY Maurice Costello In a Vitagraph . Three-Reel. Feature "The Evil Lien Do Sllll INSTITUTED FOR INJURIES IN ACCIDENT Girl Who Was Run Down While Ridinrj Wheel, Asks For Largo Sum For Injuries Sustained Ten thousand dollars will about compensate Lilly Neill, aged seven teen, for injuries sustained when an auto driven by Salim Ackel run her down on December 1, 1914. That is what a suit filed in the superior court yesterday states. Ac cording to the papers, whicli are filed by her father. James V. Neill, the young lady was riding along Jeffer son' street on her bicycle, taking all care and precautions necessary to her safety. Ackel came along in an auto, traveling, so the papers say, at a rate exceeding more than a mile in three minutes, and ran over Miss Neill. She was laid up with her injuries, and has never fully recovered, suf fering from loss of sleep, loss of health, in addition to numerous bruises abouC the head. All of which the complaint states, entitled Miss Neili to collect 10,nn0. C. W. B. M. AUXILIARY HAS DELIGHTFUL Til At the Chi'.rles Donofrlo residence, W3 North Central avenue, last eve ning, the Phoenix Auxiliary of C. W 11. IT. enjoyed one of its most de lightful entertainments of the year. The second division members acted as hosts to the three other divisions f the auxiliary. The feature of the evening was the program presented by George F. Allen of the Arizona I told or the worth of the missionary. School of Music, who gave a group A song comfosed by Mrs. Kllridge.. of readings, including, among other ione of lhe members, was sung by the numbers, "The Selfish Giant," by ! division. Oscar Wilde, and "The Mustard! Refreshments were served at the Plaster,'' by Howard Fielding. j conclusion of he program. Kighty- In a short talk, Mrs. R. E. Dunlan five guests were present. CA VILEER'S BEST OFFER 3G5 gallons of highest grade roof paint of one riullur value per gal. 65c per Gal. WHILE IT LASTS 108 E. Adams Phone 1829 WOOD FINOS HE'S NOT WORST TENNB PLAYER Workouts in the postoffice tennis association are well under way, and an informal tournament has been started. All the matches are in the sinftfe division, so far. I Carroll lost to Sam Haldeman, An derson and Joe Haldeman played to a tie, and Postmaster Wood defeated Superintendent of . Mails Giffen, 8-6. in a match that went deuce so often that it took fourteen games to decide. Wood says the match was not so much to determine which was the best tennis player, but to find out which one was the worst. Lockers and an excellent shower bath have always been parts of the equipment irt the -rest room of the basement of the federal building. These are coming in very handy for the tennis sharks, who are doing their struggling on the V. M. C. A courts. Today and Tomorrow The General Film Co. Presents EVELYN MATINEE TODAY NESBIT THAW Threads of LDestiimv 99 In 5 Parts SEE the wife of the famous Slayer now fighting for his liberty. SEE her son, Eussell William Thaw- No Advance in Prices EMPRESS Admission. 10c and 15c