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PAGE SIX J THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1915 ( s Properly Fitted Glasses will correct that error of vision and make seeing the pleasure it should be to you. Northrup Optical Co. Eyesight Specialists Successor to 8WIGERT BROS. 9 East Adams St. Prescription lenses ground In eur Shop SALT RIVER VALLEY MOUN- J MENTAL WORKS J V. E. Lindsay, Prop. 5 409 West Washington St. J Arizona granite as well as all i other granite used. J Phone 1323 for prices BENNETT LUMBER i COMPANY Everything in Lumber Take pictures on your trip and then, for best, re sults, take your films to BERRYHILL'S Kodak Headquarters, De veloping every afternoon. Printing every morning, Satisfactory Service. Of Local Interest i Water Supply Facts ' V Water Service Report for March S by Special Phone to The Republican FOyU OPENING OF GUIff GUfHO SHOP Beautiful Store on West Adams Filled With Indian Art Work IXQUEST INTO DEATH OF SILT YESTERDAY Coroner's Jury Finds That Man Was Killed By Some Unknown Person, "Even Though H Is in Custody T.W.Schock Nurseries the loading nursery of the south. Everything in our line, 344 West Adams St., Phone 19G2. MACHINERY Machinery of all kinds built re built or repaired. Best equipped shop In state. Only expert mm chanlrs. Work guaranteed. O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO. 329-328-330 N. Central c p hemically are the preparations you get at the C P harmacy. j W. R Wayland, Mgr. irtnj'nuiii"i" ...... Elevation of water in reservoir, 6 p. m 197.90 Contents, acre feet 949,361 Gain preceding 24 hours, acre feet 12,607 Intake reading 6 p. m feet 2.00 Elevation one year ago 140.89 Contents year ago .. 333,447 Flow ot Salt and Verde Rivers at Granite Reef Dam, M. 1 200,800 Amount of water used for irri gation, north side, M. 1 14,885 Amount of water used for irri gation, south side, M. 1 8,650 This afternoon occurs the formal op ening of the New Graves Indian Shop, 1 The inquest into the death of Peter which, since Monday of this week, has Silt, who died at the Sisters hospital been located in its beautiful new home Thursday, was held yesterday. Th? at 33 West Adams. In addition jury brought In a verdice that he to the invitations In the local came to his death from a gun shot newspapers, Mr. Graves has sent many ' wound, inflicted by a gun in the invitations to out-of-town friends, and hands of some unknown person. Tha a very large attendance of those inter- inquest was in charge of Justice of ested in fine Navajo blankets, Indian ' the Peace Parker, coroner for the baskets, etc., will attend the opening. (East Phoenix precinct. It is understood that in addition to Although there were several wit the scores ,of beautiful and unusual ' nesses to the shooting, and the mar. rugs and blankets in the Graves stock, j Who did it was taken into custody that the proprietor will show a num- j fiy a deputy sheriff who was on the ber of exquisite and rare pieces from scene, none of these people were his personal collections. j present at the inquest. The shooting Mr. Graves and his force have been occurred in Yuma county, and not very busy the pnst week getting things under the jurisdiction of the Phoenix in shape and the large and unusually j justice precinct. interesting stock is indeed displayed to The funeral was held yesterday very good advantage. For the first time . afternoon at four o'clock from the n several years, tne (iraves Indian i undertaking parlors of Moore and Shop is in quarters that afford a proper McLellan. The ceremonies were in opportunity for a comprehensive dis- charge of Rev. Henry M. Campbell. .play and the many patrons of the store interment being in Forest Lawn. will be pleased to see the great- im- LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY 6 a. m. 6 p. m. Temperature, degrees 44 64 .Sensible temperature 42 4: Humidity per cent 85 30 Wind direction E W Wind velocity, miles 8 14 Rainfall 0 T Weather Cldy. Clear Highest temperature 66 Lowest temperature 44 Mean relative humidity 58 Total rainfall T Deficiency in temperature yester day, 2 degrees. Deficiency in temperature since first of month, 36 degrees. Accumulated deficiency in tem perature since January 1, 52 degrees. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .02 inch. Excess in rainfall since first of month, .05 inch. Accumulated excess in rainfall since January 1, 1.19 inches, since January lshrd cmfwy mfwy Data For Tucson. Highest temperature yesterday ... .62 Rainfall yesterday 0 ROBERT R. BRIGGS, Section Director. 0 w L PRICES PAID TODAY BY WALTER HILL . CO. Eggs VjC Friers, per dozen $5.00 Hens, per lb 13c & 15c Cheese, per lb. ...t 12c RDERS sent to the Owl ILL never be slighted or AID aside for an hour Before being filled for the Owl is the promptest store in Phoenix. Phones 592 and 692 S" H ' O - E" S and nosiery That'i all Harry A. Drachm! Shoe Co. 22 West Adams St WOOD AND COAL Phoenix Wood and Coal So. 3rd and Jackson Sts. Phone 1235 T tri'l clam l "-If in th. famoiM S f " CEHTOBT I DITIOa." M only 1CM MTT. I All l. torTouMjI. 1.IS 1 i f .r .11 Airi. io.v"- S MARVIN'S MUSIC tt' provement over the little store occupied so long at 7 East Adams. The hours set for the opening are rom 1:30 to 10:30 in the evening, and as souvenirs, each lady who calls will be given her choice of either a cut and polished opal or a hand-painted Easter card. o BOOTLEGGERS TO BE SENTENCED MONDAY Men Who Sold Whiskey Illegally to Receive Sentence at Hands of Superior Court Monday. LOCAL CELEBRITIES IN FAIR PICTURES Nineteen men were arraigned be fore Judge Stanford of the superior court . yesterday afternoon. Included in the lot were the bootleggers who have been caught in the toils within tlie last week or so. Denny Faught, D. K. Black and Enrique Hernandez plead guilty and will be sentenced Monday. It is within the power of the court to give J them a stiff sentence and a substan tial cash fine. The superior court has been busy clearing the civil docket up. Begin ning the first of the week, an en deavor will be made to relieve the county jail of a few of its inmates. A number of the bootleggers have plead not guilty and retained coun sel to defend them. It is expected that a warm fight on the subject of their innocence will be waged. Sheriff Adcms has a large quan tity of liquor of all sorts, sizes and descriptions, all of which will be en- Motion pictures of both branches of the legislature in session, showing President Sims presiding in the sen ate and Speaker Brooks in the house. Governor Hunt in his office, the capitol building and grounds, recent ly taken by courtesy of Romaine Fielding of the Lubin Picture com pany, will be shown in connection with the state fair pictures at the Empress theater Monday and Tues day of next week. The fair pictures comprise two reels of the 1914 fair, showing Bar ney Oldfield and Earl Cooper in the 50 mile auto race, Mickey McGuire in vivid aeroplane stunts, the great auto, trotting, pacing and running races, the county exhibits, the stock parade, the cowboy sports, the free attractions, the better babies contest. the crowds on the grounds and in the grandstand, and many other fea tures of the great fair. Some other features: Judge F. E. Stone, starting the races, the great 2:04 pace for a (2,000 purse; showing King Couchman winning from Minnie Chimes, Zulu Bell, Night of Strath more, and Teddy Bear; the free-for-all trot, showing Albaloma, Star Winter, Virginia Barnett and Bertha Carey; the 2:03 pace, showing Don Pronto, Don Densmore, Jim Logan, I.eta J., and Minnie Chimes. Showing also Dwight B. Heard, George Purdy Bullard, C. B. Wood, J. C. Adams, Joe Prochaska, Fair Shirts to Measure Men who desire ' their Shirts made in some special manner, or who" have difficulty in obtaining a satis factory fitting shirt from "ready" stocks, should see our new line of Spring and Sum mer Shirtings. Excellent values from 4 for 10 dol lars and upwards. M-Dougall-Cassou i 1 ADltRlMCtlESTEHCLOTHtS The "New Way" Men's Shop A TRUSSj "Yes, it is a pleasure -to live out here" Just far enough from the city to enjoy" all city ..conveniences, such as electricity, car line, paved street, water piped to" each lotj . ": 'etc. ' " ' Yet far enough to be away from the noise and to enjoy the fresh air andgmre water. - Wr 99'XT Tvrt Reserved for years because of its superior advantages, is now placed on the market on easy terms. Think of the advantages in any suburban home then think of' ORANGEWOOD'S advantages over the others. Ask us why you should buy now. Phoenix Trust Co. 1G W. Adams St. Phone 1341 not properly fitted very often proves in injury. I 3UR TRUSS EXPERT will give you tree advice and will properly fit any iase. All fittings guaranteed. If in-: :er ested, visit our truss department I ELVEY & HULETT , Quality Druggists Never Substitute N. W. Cor. Adams and 1st Ave. Phoenix O'Neill Bldg. Phones 411 and 441 tered as evidence. The bottles are J commissioners J. J. Keegan. J. R. an lane led as to tne time tne con tents were sold, the name of who sold it. the price paid and the place where sold. One case that was MISS WALLACE'S PLAY Miss Blythe Wallace left last evening for Tucson, where she will direct a play to be given for the benefit of the charity hospital. FOR DEACONESS HOSPITAL The cocked food sale at the Bon Ton grocery today is for the benefit of tlie Deaconess hospital. The sale starts at 10 o'clock. PAGEANT PLANS The board of directors of the chamber of com merce will meet in special session at noon today to discuss the plans fur the proposed peace pageant. The meeting will take place about the luncheon table in the Arizona club. EFFICIENT .TYPISTS At the Lamson Business college this week, Miss Nina Baldwin secured the Rem ington pennant by showing ability to write la words per minute net ior 10 minutes on the Remington type writer In less than 16 weeks from the time she began taking lessons. Miss Helen R. Pepper received the L'nderwood credential certificate. Her record was 67 words per minute for in minutes. HELEN KELLER TICKETS The Helen Keller" lecture tickets are now on sale at any of the, following places: Y. W. C. A., Berryhill com pany. Owl Drug Co., H. A. Diehl shoe store. Sun Drug Co., Five Points Drug store, and Vaughn's grocery near the Indian school. Tickets may be reserved on Thursday and Friday from 9 a. m. to 6:30 p. m., by phone or call at Diehl's shoe store on W. Washington street. Henderson and Senator F. T. Colter; Erwin G. Baker, winner EI Paso Phoenix motorcycle race; Lorenzo B'tido. winner San Dieeo-Phoenix wholesaled and subsequently passed motoreycle race, Barney Oldfield at mrougn several nanus nas a wnoie thef lnisn of ,hp u,s Ang,ies-Phoe- book written on its side. Bradshaw and Leeper butter today only, 2 lbs. for 5!c Elwells Pure Food Grocery, 230 East Washington St. Ad vertisement. It BUTTONS promptly made from scraps of material, ribbon, etc., good variety styles and sizes; prices reas onable. DRESS FORMS our casting process reproduces your own figure, COLLISTER DRESS FORM AND BUTTON SHOP. 710 N. 1st street. Phone 564. Advertisement. n o At Neighborhood House. If fair, the play "One Should Marry" will be pre sented by the German club of the Phoenix high school at the Neighbor hood Hose, Saturday, March 6 at 7:45 p. m. The proceeds are to help the building fund. Tickets 25 'cents. Adv. - : m EM T Yellow Newtown Pippins are good cooking apples as well as good eating apples. COUNTRY CLUB TEA Mrs. Geo. A. Olney and Mrs. Fred H. Woolsey will serve tea at the Country club this afternoon. COUNTRY CLUB TEA The Country club tea this afternoon will ae presided over by Mrs. Robert Peabody and Miss Ruth Jessop. NEW NOTARIES Notarial com missions were issued yesterday ot the office of the secretary of state to W. H. Buehman of El Tiro, Pima county; John W. Mayes of Tucson, and R. C. Israel, Jr., and A. M. Rawn of Phoenix. FROM AUTO TAGS The state's receipts from licenses for motor ve hicles for the month of February amounted to $3,27850. The sale of copies of the statutes and fees for notarial commissions brought the total receipts for the month up to J,24.1.01. DIRECTORS GOING That the di rectors of the chamber of commerce will attend tthe .Tucson fair in a body, was the decision reached at a recent meeting. The fair will draw a big crowd from Phoenix, many go ing in the motorcade, and many more on train. The date is March 18-19- 20. UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union Telegraph, office for the following: Mrs. Dick Rob erts, C. B. Daniels, Geo. C. Tener, Harry Chase, D. C. McDonald, L. A. Thompson, T. H Randall, B L. Bar rett, Ridgely Wilson and A. R. White Jr. AUTO THIEF PLEADS GUILTY M. E. Druley, charged with stealing nn auto and a quantity of accessories fiom the Tempe Garage, was tried Ijefore Justice of the Peace Austin yesterday afternoon. He plead guilty, and will be sentenced in a few days. The other two young men held as witnesses were dismissed. DANCING AT MURRAY ANDER SON'S For the first time in some weeks Murray-Anderson's will be open to the public this evening. For some time past the hall has been occupied on Saturday evenings by the legislative dancing class. This course was finished last week, and tonight there will be a farewell dance to which the general public is in vited. GENERAL AGENT HERE Mr. W. A. Smith general agent of the Canadian Pacific Railway Co. for the western states, with offices in Den ver, Colo., was in .the city yesterday conferring with Frank E. Bellamy, agent for the company In Maricopa and Pinal counties. While here, Mr. Smith appointed . Mr. Bellamy as state agent for the C. P. R. He departed for Los Angeles last evening. nix auto race, Miller & Orr, winners El Paso-Phoenix auto race, Miss Helen Wilfoid, winner 'of the gold medal and grand prize in the better babies contest. Bradshaw and Leeper butter today only, 2 lbs. for 55c Elwells Pure Food Grocery, 230 East Washington St. Ad vertisement. It o NOTICE OF ELECTION Salt River Valley Water Users' As sociation. Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Articles of In corporation and of the By-laws of the Salt River Valley Water Users' Association and in pursuance thereof, an election by the qualified electors of said Association will be held on Tuesday, April Sixth, (Gth), 1915. fiom ti o'clock A. M. of said day to 5 o'clock P. M. of said day at the various polling places to be here after designated by resolution of the Board of Governors of said Associa tion, for the election of the following officers of said Association, That is to say: One member of the Council In each of the ten council districts into which the reservoir district is divided, for the term of three years. One member of the Council in the second district to fill an unexpired terra of one year. One member of the Board of Gov ernors from each of the said ten Council Districts. The said terms of the said several officers to begin on the first Monday in May. 1915. Members of the Council and of the Board of Governors are to be elected by the electors of the reservoir dis trict who are qualified to vote in the several council districts, respectively, for members of the council and of the Board of Governors. CHAS. A. VAN DER VEER, Secretary, Salt River Valley Water Users' Association. MUSICIANISTS ATTENTION! Exposition Model ; AUTOPIANOS Combination Electric and Pedal AUTOPIANOS Bungalow model AUTOPIANOS Carload Just Received Easy Terms BARGAINS Four used Pianos on Sale Today and Monday $."), $75, $125 and $160 65-Note Rolls 25c each On sale Today and Mon day only Sheet Music 25 Pieces for $1.00 On Sale Today, and 'Mon day March Victor Records here Ask for list FREE ' 50c worth of sheet music (your own selection) for names of people who may buv Pianos. REDEWILL'S 224 West Washington Bradshaw and Leeper butter today only, 2 lbs. for 55c. Elwells Pure Food Grocery, 230 East Washington St. Ad N and M Pantalela Cigars Our Saturday and, Sunday SPECIAL A mild sweet smoke. 5c 6 for 25c The Ksw Adams Pharmacy Hotel Adams Bldg, Phone 551 E. 8. WAKELIH GROCER CO. WHOLESALE 1 1 J HAIR GOODS FOR 8ALE Ladles' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing, Manicuring and Facial Massage, Bair Dressing; Expert Chiroporisti, ' all foot troubles removed. Moles and wirta removed by electricity. 8HIRLEY 4 SHIRLEY Phone 1704 ' i M East Adams StrMt MRS. R. L. JACKSON'S RANCH BUTTER ii now being told exclusively by J. J. HARRIS, 130 N. First ave. Phono 1375. , Cotton Growers, Attention Buy your cotton field machinery at KUNZ BR08. sV MESSINQER and savs money. Let us show you. PHOENIX OIL CO. GASOLINE 17c ' to autos, 5 gals, or over. Zerolene 50c Gallon . 221 W. Jefferson. Phono 1330 ! Demand St. Brands &fe UNION MARKET SATURDAY : SPECIALS Brisket Boiling Beef 10c lb. Sugar Cured Corn Beef ..... .12 lb. German Pot Roast 15c lb. Shoulder Roast of Pork 17V2c lb. Fat Hens : . . 22c lb. Linsenmeyer's Special Bacon 24c lb. . uina&n mux tits, i 119 N. First. Ave. Telephone 1079 Sixteen Reasons Why You Should Buy TAIlTO M 4 X17II I 17 ASbeStOS JUnilOMTllri Y IlJLE Roofing 1. 2 3. 4. 5. It is the "cheapest-per-year" roofing. x It requires no coating or painting. It is the only permanently durable prepared roofing.' It offers the best kind of fire protection. It is cheaper than shingles, tin or sheet iron roofings. . - 6. It is absolutely water-tight in all kinds of weather. 7. It keeps the building warm in winter, cool in summer, comfortable always. 8. It gives a neat and attractive appearance with out paint- 9. It cannot rust like metal roofings. 10. It will not melt or crack like tar roofings. 11. It has no gravel to wash off and clog outlets. 12. It is the only roofing that does not depend on coating for weather protection. 13. It can be applied by anyone. No special tools , required. 14. It comes all ready to lay nails and cement in cluded- 15. It is adapted to all climates and weather con ditions. 16. It is now in use on the largest factory plants government institutions, residences, schools, etc., throughout the country. For Quick Estimates 'Phone to Phoenix. Roofing Company T. J. Smith, Mgr. 323 West Washington Phona 1074 Hire a little alesman at The Re publican office. A Want . Ad will see Capital and Surplus Total Resources .$ 375,000.00 .$2,000,000.00 The National Bank of Arizona . : Phoenix, Arizona The Oldest National Bank in Arizona Commercial,, Savings and Safe Deposit Departments ?:1 c . i: f i ? . f, s ii vertisement . It wgoaessnfaiims. more customers than you can.