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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1915..
PAGE SEVEN V; fy; arishXrnenrietf FoodE larish Dennett me n eaters f ice Heaters rn zi8-2?oEast War.hjn3te.nf noenix 2i8-??0Easf Washington. hoeniXj HI H OF III ADVISES USE FLOOD in f Spring Clothes from Hirsh-Wick wire are here You'll, like the snappy, clean cut models, the stylish fabrics $20, ?25 and $30. 35-37 North Central Home of Fine Haberdashery DISCUSS RAILROAD'S (Continued from Page One.) U3 men," the public had grown rclmtant to buy securities, si ml that only roads in exceptionally Rood standing could ohtnin funds at normal rates. Benjamin Push, president of the Missouri Pacific. said his lines would lie tin.ihle to keep pace with the public's demands for increased ff ieieney uhtess higher freight rate:--were permitted. "Wo believe;" he said, "the bad economic conditions which have pre vailed for the last sixteen months with the attendant depression of of general business have been due more to the failure ' of the railroads to earn adequate reve nues tiHii , to any other cause. The situation may have been made rnnre . cih (jy-rtltr- -Htirvpe!in7 !rr. but business depression was upon with full force prior to that. "Nine industries in St. Louis de pendent on railroads have been ob liged to curtail thcir forces some 10. 000 men, and their payrolls on that account are jr.SS.ooo less a month than in times of normal business. The time has come when it is most vital not only to the carriers interests but to the industrial and commercial welfare of the country that the de tired advances should be allowed." In Addition to Deinirliisliop of iSoutl)"i'ii Methodist Church, Great .Preacher is Builder of New Educa tional Institution , SEVENTY-EIGHT BODIES FOUND lASSOCIArKU PRKSS DISPATCH HIXTOX, W. Va., March 5. Seventy-eight bodies had been re covered late tonight from the work ings of the I.ayland mines, where an explosion on Tuesday entombed more than 170 miners, of whom only ten escaped alive. The rescuers eom- pleted their search of Mines Xo. 4 and 5 and will begin searching Mine ' Xor 3 tomorrow. Bishop Edwin 1). Mouzon of Dallas, Texas, who. combines his duties of one of the general superintendents of the Southern Methodist church with that of chancellor of the great Southern university that Is being erected by the church at Dallas, will arrive in Phoenix this morning to remain two weeks, during which time he will preach daily at Central Methodist church, at the corner of Central ave nue and Monroe street. The Metho dists of the city and county are mak ing great preparation!) for the visit of Bishop Mouzon, for it is a very rare thing for a city the size of Phoenix to, have .the distinction of en joying a revival with sa distinguished a man leading it. . The importance of the position he occupies is not very generally under stood. The Southern Methodist church is one of the largest Metho dist divisions in the world, number ing mm'" than 2.000.000 actual mem bers and communicants. This church looks for leadership to a dozen men who occupy the exalted .position of bishop in the connection. These men are the general presiding officers of .the church and are known as the College of Bishops. They hold the an nual conferences of the church in America and foreign countries and are generally among the very busiest men in the whole denomination. They are chosen for their high of fice from among the traveling preach ers of the connection at the general conferences, which are held every four years, by secret ballot without nomi nation. This fact alone testifies to the opinion -in which they' are held in the great church. Bishop Mouzon. after a very distinguished career as a pastor of some of the largest churches in the south, was dean of the theologi cal school of Southwestern University at Georgetown, Texas, when he was elected bishop five years ago. Since that time he has made an even greater reputation in the connection. The Southern Methodist congrcTi tions of Phoenix. Bethel. Cnrtcwrizht and the adjoining places are all join ing in making the comimr meeting at Central Church one of the most suc cessful efforts of its kind ever held in the southwest. CANADIAN TROOPS ARRIVE ASSOCIATKD I'RKSS DISPATCH 1 MONTREAL. March 5. Four thou sand Canadian troops who saib'd for Halifax on February 22, have reached the British 'Isles. - V v.. Revised Eastlake Park Will Look Something Like This V r r i' . JACKSON 5TRCET ws -A, jrrtR50ti - jj?' STREET . "v, .... " i i. J. C. Norton of (.'hauiber of Commerce is For Low IJate, But Not for Letting Silt Accumulate in the Canals That the reclamation service should make as low a rate as possible on winter flood water, is the belief of i the water and irrigation committee of the chamber of commerce, J. '. .Norton, chairman, in a report sub mitted yesterday. Dr. Xorton advises the use of cheap flood water as much as possible without harming the canals by the deposit of silt. He says in the report: "I think, without question, Mr. Borex's suggestion that we encour age farmers to use flood waters dur ing the winter, if possible, and thus store a certain amount of water in the ground in order that we may economize later, is a good one. How ever, from experience, 1 must state that the flood waters can only be used on land under certain condi tions during the winter months, be cause it is often so filled with silt that it would do damage. This same silty condition of the water caused the ditLhes to be filled much more tapidly while carrying the same, and this would necessitate additional ex pense in cleaning the ditches. Be cause of the damaging effect ,of the silty water on young alfalfa and other crops, only a comparatively few farmers would run the risk of using the flood waters, especially when the reservoir is quite well filled. It would, therefore, not be just to furnish flood waters free to some farmers and expect the farmers Him have not used such water to pay the additional expense of .cleaning the ditches. Tour committee thinks, however, that, for the benefit of cer tain farmers and for the saving in the water supply of the valley, the flood waters could be furnished at practically what the cost of the ad ditional work would be for cleaning the ditches, which. I should judge would be one-half or possibly one third the regular rate. Your com mittee, therefore. recommends thct we favor the water users making as low a rate as possible to farmers who are willing to use the flood waters." o HEAVY GERMAN LOSSES ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH I.OXDOX. March 5. Two entire companies of Germans, one of the machine gun arm, the other of the Trussian guard, have fallen into the hands of the French during fierce engagements, respectively to the north of Arras and in the Champagne district, according to a Paris dis patch. In addition, the French claim that some 6.10 yards of trenches in the region of Meanil, ami trenches and ravines northwest of lieansejour were captured by the French during the fighting, in which the German losses are described as extremely high. Twelve attempts of the Her mans to tap the allied advance trenches in the sand dunes of Bel gium were repulsed. o Nebraska has begun the war on tip ping. The legislature has passed a bill making tipping unlawful. o OBREGON HALTS RELIEF (Continued from Page One.) .To those who can read plans, or , pleted sixty percent of the ground who are used to taking birdseye work. It is proposed t' build the views of - thfngs, 'the accompanying cut will .appear strongly as a picture of what Eastlake park will look like when revised by the city. The plan Is the work of A. X. Kristmann, landscape architect, who got the work started. ' Mr. Kristmann, who, by the way, Is leaving the city's service, has al ready prepared similar plans for Christy's park and the Monition park pleasure place about the lake which gives it a name, and the pavilion in the center, resting on a terrace three feet aboVe the water level. In the pavilion will be a place for a., band, and a hardwod floor for dances. A rose pergola will completely surround the pavilion, and roses will be used to decorate several other choice spots in the grounds. The sports are cared for in the At Fastlake there Is already com- playground, tennis courts, croquet field and plunge. The latter is to be 23 by 6feet and will be run in connection with a bath house, indi cated on the map. The improvement of Phoenix' parks will be much less expensive than many believe, according to Mr. Krist mann. All the layouts are on fairly level ground, and the chief work will consist in grading walks and .plant ing trees. Lille attention will be necessary for lawns, comparatively sieaking. cables be cut. thus leaving the city in darkness at night and permitting the irresponsible clement to commit wanton depredations. Just why the .100 merchants are imprisoned was not revealed. They are reported to have appealed to Obregon for relief from the heavy tax he Imposed on them. Secretary Bryan said that so far as the state department had been ad vised, all Mexican priests arrested for failure to contribute the funds de manded by obregon are still In prison. The international relief committee, which raised about J.IO.tlltO pesos was not permitted to aid the poor, accord ing to officlaf dispatches because Ob regon declined to accept funds re stricted to any definite use. He desired that the foreigners pay the tax. recently levied but revoked on representations of foreign governments without questioning how it would be used. The latest decree put into effect by obregon provides that nil merchants not only must open their places of busi ness under threat of punishment, but that any person refusing to accept Car ranza fiat money will be imprisoned. Beyond flaying that conditions were J much worse than they had ever been in Mexico City, the various foreign dip lomats who called at tle state depart ment did not discuss the situation or indicate the attitude of their govern ments. All of their ministers at Mexi co City have instructions to withdraw from the capital at their own discre tion, but In the circumstances they are desirous of remaining so as to exert what influence they can for the relief of the starving peculation. At the re quest of the government of Guatemala the state department inquired after the safety of the Guatemalan minister to Mexico and learned that he was safe. The difficulties of the situation from the viewpoint of the administration of ficials are numerous. .General Villa, and his forces and the Zapata faction, according to official reports, seem to be rapidly gaining ground in the mil itary campaign, but their plans have for their object at present the domina tion of other parts of Mexico, partic ularly Tampico, and the northern part of the country. . The presence at-Vera Cruz of Charles Douglas, an intimate friend tof Secre tary Bryan and p legal adviser in Washington of Carranza, it is believed in some quarters, may sssisf the nego tiations which the slate department has I FOR THOUGHT In merchandising consistency is a rare and perfect jewel. That we possess it in large measure is conclusively proven by the facts that our prices do rot change and our merchandise is standard and guaranteed. Our policy is .small profits and square dealing. We will NOT mark merchandise unreasonably and continually make imaginary cuts in... order to give so-called "special sales," but endeavor to meet "sale" prices at all times with quality mer chandise and a CONSISTENT profit. We guarantee our merchandise fully and will cheerfully refund your money if you are not satisfied. We will try at all times to give courteous and efficient service. It will really pay you to investigate us. 98c To follow a well-worn rrooe in advertising we miht mark our Crepe and Soisette shirts up to .f !..() andadvertise thorn as lollows: ''Special for Saturday only'" $1 .r0 and $2.00 Crepe and Snisette Shirts (I to a customer)... Wo prefer this method: The best Crepe or Soisctte Shirt in town, at 98c Everyday, and as many as you want. Worth every cent asked, but no more. Do not become excited and out of sorts in order to get somewhere on a cer tain day or hour; you will feel better a'nd come nearer supplying your actual wants if you take time, think it over and at your convenience allow us to show you the following goods at right prices- The price named is for to day, tomorrow, next week or next month: Columbia or American prints, calico, yd..5 Lonsdale Cambric, yard 2it Hope Bleach, yard 8 1 oC Beautiful patterns Dress Ginghams, yard.. 8 1-3 and 9 Manchester Cambric, yard 12 1 2f Good 36-inch Percale, yard 10 Pride of the West "India I-inon," yard.-lOt Heavy Unbleached Muslin, yard 6 1"4 A good Bleached Muslin, yard ( 1"4 Amoskeag Apron Gingham, yard 7C Perjuot Sheeting. 9-4 width, yard 29 Toiie du Xord Ginghams, yard.... 12 1'2 Laces .and Embroideries 1 to 25 Bed Border Towels. lSxCti 2 for 25 The best, biggest Work shirts in town ..49 Good heavy t'hildren's Stockings, all sizes, 2 for 25 Ladies' Silk Root Stockings 25 Ladies' Pure Silk Stockings 49 Sheer Lisle Thread Ladies' Stockings 'Z7tC Good hard-wearing Ladies' Stockings, 2 for 25d Muslin and Knit Underwear at "Back East Prices. Boudoir Caps. Crepe Lace trimmed 10 Coates' or Clark's Thread, Spool 4 Pins, 2u0 to paper lp Pins, 3M) to paper, Best Brass Pins 4C Envelopes, package Jj Ink Tablets, good ones Jj Colgate's Talcum Powder 15 Colgate's Tooth Paste '. 19f Colgate's Shaving Powder lOt4 Colgate's Shaving Stick 10 Colgate's Shaving Soap. 3 bars IOC Colgate's Barber Bar, 4S pound 30 Colgate's Toilet Water SfW 3 dozen Spring Clothes Pins 15c Common Clothes Pins, 3 dozen 5 Large roll good Crepe Toilet Paper J Real Pencils Indelible Pencils Canvas Husking Gloves Jjk lo-oz. Bleached Canton Flannel Gloves, 3 for 2r,c Leather Palm Canvas Gloves 10? Standard blue or red Handkerchiefs :-5 Good socks, black or tan 3 for 2."C Silk Kour-in-Hand Ties 10 and 15 70-75 count Percale Coat Shirts for dress 490 Light Dress Shirts, high or low. attached collars 490 Soisctte or Crepe Shirts, with or without collars, coat style 980 .Mushroom, pleated bosom and plain. MI-!MI count. Percale or -Madras Shirts.. 980 Good Turkish Towels 100 Checked Xainsook Union Suits for men. 490 Soisctte Union Suits for Men 980 Boys' Shoes; all leather, good shale, 'J to 13 sizes 1.49 Boys' Shoes, all leather, good shale, 1 to .".1-2 sizes 81.C9 Misses' School Shoes, heavy Calfskin, 12 1-2 to 2 sizes $1.49 Child's School Shoes, heavy Calfskin, 8 1-2 to 12 sizes SI. 3-1 Has Old Man "High Cost" been worrying you about the Shoe question? Chilli's School Shoes, heavv Calfskin, r, to S S1.25 Children's and Misses' Patent Mary Jano Pumps at Right Prices. Ladies' Pat. trim Kid Juliets, turn soles.. S1.49 Ladies' plain toe Kid Juliets, rubber heels, turn soles S1.25 Indies Pumps SI. 49 Indies' Patent and Gun Metal Stiap Slip- i'"8 S1.69 Ladies' Mary Jane Pumps SI. 98 Ladies' Kid Shoes Sli25 Ladies' Kid Shoes SI. 49 Flexible Welt Sole Ladies' Shoes, Nobby Last $2.49 Dishes, Utensils and Household Necessities at About 25 per cent. Saving. narishXr Dennett price j eaters 2lo-2?0East WashingtonPhoeriix. The Store With the Green Front instituted to obtain a solution of af fairs at Mexico City but officials were not optimistic, because of Carranza's refusal heretofore to heed representa tions from the Washington government. Enrique Llorente, Washington repre sentative of Villa and the convention government. Rave out the following summary of messages on tho, military situation: "General Angeles telegraphed from Monterey that the campaign was pro gressing rapidly. Coal fields ouin. Mac lovio lierrera defeated there by our Generals Hernandez and Pereyra, the enemy suffering many casualties in cluding loss .of his field artillery and two machine guns. Within a few days we will have all the fuel we need for oviri.rm.nnn rniv. 1 1- - - "big r Yellow. Newtown Pippins are here. Order them from your dealer. transportation purposes. In Monterey all is tramiuil and the enemy evidently has not resolved to attack. "A message from Gen. Garza, presi dent of the convention government, reached General Villa at Guadalajara in which it stated that the convention forces occupied Xochimilco, Guadalupe, Tacubaya, Ean Angelo and all smaller suburbs around Mexico City. Some of the troops had even had skirmishes with the Carranzistas inside the city. "Sulvatierr.i and Alcanbaro. two im portant places In the state of Guana juato, have been captured by the con vention Gen. Arroyo. The enemy fled abandoning their military stores leav ing the entire northern part of the state free from Carranzlitas." Apparently there Is no prospect of the embargo on the port of Prugreso in Yucatan being raised. A report to the state department today said it was the intention of Curranza to keep the port closed and that two gunboats would be sent there to take the place of the Progreso, which was blown up a few days ago. The gunboat Bravo bus gone to Tampico from Vera Cruz, and not to Progreso as previously reported, it was announced. ResipJ Disorders are Quieted XACO, March a. Disorders by Ya-1 quis at Cananea, and other places in j Sonora have been quieted and the dis- I turbers removed . certainly does heal eczema Inonrfileof reports, covering a prrioJ of twenty years, literally thousands of jihyskians tell how successful the Res inoi treatment is fur eczema and similar skin troubles. The first use of R csinol Ointment and Resinol Soapusually stops the itching and burning, and they soon clear away all trace of the eruption. No other treatment for the skin now before ths public can show such a record of professional approval SnM hr all droreiitt. Far trial free, wrtfaa ta i I't r f ft I' V : I I MP