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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1915
PAGE FIVEJ
IBgBfPiailjM
Properly Fitted Glasses
will correct that error of vision and
muke seeing the pleasure it should
he to you.
Northrup Optical Co.
Eyesight Specialist
Successor to
SWIGERT BROS.
East Adams St.
; Prescription lenses ground In our
Shop
SALT RIVER VALLEY MOUN
MENTAL WORKS
V. E. Lindsay, Prop.
409 West Washington St.
Arizona granite as well as all
other granite used.
Phone 1333 for prices
BENNETT LUMBER
COMPANY
Everything in Lumber
T.W. Schock Nurseries
I lie leading nursery of the south.
F.verything in our line, 344 West
Adams St., Phone 19r,2.
MACHINERY
Machinery of all kinds built, re
built er repaired. Best equipped
shop In state. Only expert me
chanics. Work guaranteed.
O'NEILL AUTO . SUPPLY CO.
324-323-330 N. Central
Sure
Swift
Certain
Delivery
Service
is offered
by the
Central
Pharmacy
W. R. Wayland, Mgr.
Goodrich Block
Phone 591
The
Rexall
Store,
in Phoenix
is the reliable
raws
Tuiniuctw
sWfUXruTJ"iJXrLTi-ri-iiifii " - m i s
S - H a O' E- S
and Hosiery That's all.
Harry A. Drachmui
Shoe Co.
22 West Adams St.
WOOD AND COAL
Phoenix Wood and Coal
So. 3rd and Jackson Sts.
Phone 1235
Nrulv 2.000 standard
n1 rlwiral vWtiona in the bmoul
"CENTURY COITION," at only 10c a cepr.
.M.lu-H ihk m to il. We (uarafrtee satisWtt
r irurn muwy. AU gadet; for Trarhinn, I I
Kwwiit. or C oOirri uv. vtrfpnr
v. !. liivriiii luuiuuwrL
We Miy tw In. CauUg- kec.
MARVIN'S MUSIC
HOUSE
N. B. .
For the most satisfactory results,
send your KODAK films to
BERRYHILL'S
For Developing and Printing
Of Local Interest
I Water Supply Facts I
Water Service Report for March 14 by
Special Phone to The Republican
Elevation of water in reser
voir, (i p. m 202.95
Contents, acre feet 1,021,353
Gain preceding 24 hours, acre
feet
Intake reading, 6 p. m., feet..
Klevation one year ago
Contents year ago
Plow of Salt and Verde rivers
at C.ranite Reef dam, M. I..
Amount of water used for ir
rigating, north side, M. I...
5.948
1.25
142.95
348,928
16C.2GO
19,400
7,925
Amount of water used for
irrigation, south side, M. I..
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LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
6 a. m. 6 p. m.
Temperature, degrees 46 75
Sensible temperature 43 50
Humidity, per cent 79 28
Wind direction K W.
Wind velocity, miles 5 B
Rainfall 0 0
Weather Clear. Clear.
Highest temperature 7fi
Lowest temperature 44
Mean relative humidity 54
Total rainfall 0
Departure in temperature yesterday,
none.
Deficiency in temeprature since first
of month, 79 degrees.
Accumulated deficiency in tempera
ture since January 1, 95 degrees.
Deficiency in rainfall yesterday .02
inches.
Excess in rainfall since first of
month .04 Inch.
Accumulated excess in rainfall since
January 1, Ms inches.
DATA FOR TUCSON
Highest temperature yesterday ...
Rainfall yesterday
R INERT R. BRIGGS,
Section Director.
PRICES PAID TODAY BY WALTER
HILL & CO.
IgfTs '. 13c
Friers, per dozen J4.50
Hens, per lb 12c & 13c
Cheese, per lb 12c
STYLE SHOW DANCE A special
dance will be given tonight at The Rose
Tree as a feature for visitors to the
Style show.
BISHOP AT HUACHUCA Rieht
Rev. J. W. Atwood. bishon of thp
episcopal diocese of Arizona, was at
ort Huuchuca yesterday, where he
held Sunday service.
FOUND HAND BAG Two bits in
cash and a million dollars' worth of
leauty patches, constituted the wealth
found in a handbag," picked up on
North Third street last night. The
find was brought to The Republican
ilfice, where it can be claimed by its
owner.
ST. PATRICK BALL Phoenix Cir
le of the Woodmen of the World,
will hold a St. Patrick's ball at Pat
rick Hall on Wednesday evening.
March 17. The arrangements have
been in- the hands of a committee of
three, with Mrs. Clinton Lauver at
the head and no pains are being
spared to make the affair a glorious
uccess. There will be refreshments
und a general good time is promised
all who attend.
AGED RESIDENT DIES Camilo
r.angel, one of the best known and
most highly respected Mexican citi
zens of Phoenix, died at the family
lesidence, 447 East Monroe street.
Friday afternoon. The funeral will
be held this afternoon at 4 o'clock
from St. Mary's Catholic church. He
was fifty-five years old and for sev
eral years had been in the employ of
the city. He leaves a wife, five chil
dren and tA'o or three brothers and
sisters. The cause of death was
pneumonia, which hejcontracted over
a week ago. He was a member in
good standing of the Hispano-Amer-
ieano Society.
BRADFORD IN TOILS W. S.
Bradford around whom a glamor has
hung for several weeks because of
his open opposition to the automo
bile license tax and the bond re
linquirements of the traffic ordinance,
was arrested on Saturday afternoon
by Policeman Skidmore on a charge
of carrying passengers for hire with
out having first secured a license
md filled the required bond. Offi
cer Suidmore says he discovered
Bradford in the act of receiving
money from three passengers in front
of the Del Ray hotel. The ease will
be heard in police court this after
non. I will receive sealed bids till Satur
day March 20, 1915 for the A. H. Brewer
& Sons stock of hardware, goods and
inventory at Rich Hardware Co., Phoe
nix. Terms cash to highest bidder
without reserve. F. E. Rich, Assignee.
Advertisement. bm
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SPECIAL SALE OF PURE LARD.
Small size 40c
Medium 65c
Large .25
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
' McKEES' CASH STORE.
(adv)
a
Special dance tonight at the Rose
Tree, Eight to Eleven-thirty. adv
VESPER RECITAL AT
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
The Vesper recital at the Arizona
j School of Music Sunday afternoon
I was altogether enjoyable. The young
ladies reflected credit upon their
teachers and the school.' Lucile Ban
ta and Ermine Hackbart1; pupils of
I Maude Pratt Cate of the piano de
partment played with much musical
feeling and no small degree of artist
ry while Edith Liebenow, pupil . of
Frame Lloyd Stuchal, teacher of vio
lin proved herself a true artist. She
was ably assisted by Carmelita Ward
as accompanist. The following was
the program:
Piano
Scherzo Konsky
Minuet Poldini
The Fountain Schytte
Lucile Banta
Violin .
Meditation (Thais) Massenet
Serenade .-. Pierne
Edith Liebenow
Piano
Isle of Dreams Torjussen
Gnomes Friml
Valse Lyrique Decevee
Ermine Hackbarth
Violin
Sonata Dp. 21 Oade
Larghetto. Allegro Moderato
Edith Liebenow
Piano
Dance Caprice Grieg
Melody Op. 8fi, No. 2fi Schumann
The Fable Raff
Etude Dp. 4fi, No. 12 Heller
Lucile Banta
Violin
Hungarian Dance Dp. 134, Nn. 2...
' Keler-Bela
. Edith Liebenow
riano
The Swan Saint-Saens
Arabesque Karganoff
Spring Song Schumann
Tarantelle Lack
Ermine Hackbarth
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ANOTHER "BABE LEWIS" An
other Babe Lewis arrived in town
yesterd'iy and made her initial bow.
fr'he weighs nine pounds and is the
property of Archie Lewis, the popu
lar porter at Steam's Adam's hotel
barber shop.
IN SUPREME COURT The case of
the Leadville Mining company vs.
George E. Hemphill, an appeal from
the superior court of Cpchise county
and the case of Frank Powers et al
vs. R. R. Earhart, treasurer of Santa
Cruz county are set for hearing to
day in the supreme court.
CLARENCE ICE IMPROVING
Word was received yesterday from
the home of Clarence Ice, South Cen
tral avenue, that he is slowly recov
ering from the severe attack of pneu
monia which has kept him in bed
for more than two weeks. His con
dition is such now, it is stated, that
it would seem there would be little
to interfere with his rapid recovery. ,
MESA DANCE SUCCESS The
dance given at Mesa in the Vance
Auditorium, by the First Regiment
Band, was an unqualified success. So
pleased were the residents of the south
side with the music and general good
time enjoyed, that Mgr. Vance has in
vited the band to come back on the
evening of the seventeenth, and cele
brate the birthday of St. Patrick in a
fitting manner.
VACUUM SWEEPER WORKING
The vacuum street sweeper, which
has be"n out of commission for
sometime, has been again placed at
work at night, augmenting the work
of the "squegee" apparatus which
has been in successful operation for
many months. The work of clean
ing the paved streets is being car
ried out in the best possible man
ner and at the minimum of cost.
CLEANING UP Although the gen
eral clean-up movement which had
been set for Saturday, March 20, has
been officially postponed for one
week, there are scores of property
owners throughout the city who have
already taken the hint and are put
ting their residence lots and vacant
properties In the best possible condi
tion. There are still hundreds of
lots that are overgrown with weeds
and are covered with accumulated
brush and other debris.
WOO DMEN INITIATION The
meeting of the Woodmen of the
World to be held this evening in
Knight3 of Pythias Hall promises to
be of more than usual interest. There
will be initiation of a number of
candidates and as the degree team
is under the direction of a new cap
tain, there is every reason to believe
it will be especialy effective, A new
uniform rank company has been or
ganized and there will be drilling.
All members of the order are urged
to attend.
FRACTIOUS HORSE A horse har
nessed to a light buggy at the rear
of the city hall last evening proceed
ed to make things interesting for
the firemen and the members of the
police department. The animal be
(ame uneasy and' started to kicking.
Hekc-nt this up for several minutes
until the police and firemen joined
forces and attempted to take him
from the buggy. Before they suc
ceeded in doing this he had made
kindling wood of the best part of
the buggy and was still kicking.
Finally the harness was removed and
the animal quieted down.
ADAMS ARRIVALS W. G. Ernst,
Los Angeles: Louis Lefhovits, San
Francisco; Dplf Florsheim, Kansas
City: E. G. Snow, Los Angeles; Miss
Leeper, city; Miss Short, city; B. W.
Gruig, Winslow; W. H. Rhodes. St.
Louis; W. E. Hancock, Dallas; D. M.
Sutor, EI Paso; Mr. and Mrs. M. F.
Backhurst, Seattle; Mrs. Fred Parks,
Seattle; H. A. Burgess, Kenosha; E.
T. Green, Salt Lake City: J. C. Craw
ford, Ray; W. H. McDonald, Ray;
F. H. McKevitt, Globe; F. B. Hauk.
Globe; Howell Jones, Topeka: Dan B.
Gammel, Los Angeles; F. H. Keller,
San Francisco; Louis H. Lefevre, San
Francisco; W. D. Clark, Los Angeles.
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UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS
There are undelivered telegrams at
the Western Union Telegraph office
for the following: John Val, A. Fink,
and A. Starwood Murphy.
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Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more cuftomers than you can.'
AMUSEMENTS f
FIELDING-JOYCE III
DOUBLE ATTRACTION
A strong double feature at the
Empress Monday and Tuesday again
finds the Empress with a strong
daubie program, with two of the
screen favorites taking leading parts.
Romaine Fielding, who is a favorite
with the Phoenix people, will appear
in a new role, as in this picture he
has turned his thoughts toward com
edy, which will show that his talen
is not all in one direction. Beside j
this Kalem we present Sheridan s fa
mous four-act comedy, featuring one
of the best known actresses of tho
present time, in the person of Alice
Joyce, and when her name is men
tioned there is little else to say. In
this great feature entitled, "A School
for Scandal," she is ably supported
by Guy Coombs and a number of
other actors, who are of no mean
reputation. As in most cases of
Scandal, the facts are all founded on
falsehood, which make many com
plications which look to be of- a
serious nature, but something un
forseen happens at the right moment
to help the unfortunate ones out, and
at last all ends happily. This is one
comedy that will keep the audience
interested from start to finish, and
is one that should not be missed.
THE ESCAPE IS NEW
COLUMBIA OFFERING
Tonight will see the first presenta
tion in Arizona of one of the most
widely discussed plays in the past
twenty years, "The Escape," by Paul
Armstrong. This dramatic story of
the east side of New York city, is
founded upon the question of eugen
ics. The play, while it deals with
scientific mating of the human race,
!; a gripping love story with a peep
at the other side of the wall.
The story is of a girl who escapes
from a hovel in the slums to fall into
a snare even greater when she ac
cepts the "friendship" of a senato.
and is only saved by the love of a
good man who is attracted to her by
her beauty and position. The. eu
genic feature of the play is the ex
ample set by the offspring of a bru
tal father drink crazed and half de
mented who has imparted to his off
spring the defects in his physical
make -tip.
Paul Armstrong, who wrote the
Deep Purple, Jimmy Valentine and
other plays dealing with the under
world has made "The Escape" one
of the most virile and gripping dram
as to be staged in the decade past.
Mr. Redmond has taken much pains
to provide for "The Escape;" a pro
duction that will lend much local
color to it and bring out the scenes
i f the slums of New York in which
it is set.
All of the regular cast is employed
in good parts and several augmenting
members will be seen in the charac
terization. BARRYMQRE SCORES
tN "NIGHTINGALE"
Hundreds of people appreciated
yesterday Augustus Thomas' great
scenery, "The Nightingale," as writ
ten by that talented American play
wright and played by that equally
talented American actress, Ethel
Barrymc.re, shown at the Lamara. It
is an except irmal story replete with
soul s'irring situations and heart
throbbing climaxes, in which the in
terest is kept up through the entire
five acts of splendid photography,
and excellent stage settings. It will
be shown llgain today.
The story is typically American.
Probably in no other country could
it be so true to life, for in no other
coisntry do the conditions exist under
which it can be imagined than in
America.
"SAINT AND SINNER"
NEW ELLIS OFFERING
Tonight's offering of the Ellis Mu
sical company at the Coliseum will
be the much discussed George Ade
comedy, "Saint and Sinner," and, al
though the play, which. was first pre
sented in Boston, was a trifle too
risque for the city culture, in it's
present form it is said to be dis
appointing in its lack of naughty
lines and situations.
The comedy is of the inimitable
Ade kind while the situations are
ludicrous in the extreme, the plot
of the play giving great chance for
some excellent comedy. It is a mix
up between a very dignified parson
a tutor of children, and an up-to-
date lady who owns a string of race
horses, the lady mistaking the parson
for a newly engaged horse' trainer,
and the parson mistaking the Vudy
for the mother of sevral children lit
has ben engaged to care for.
A feature of the program will be
an eccentric whirl-wind dance num
ber by Alice Lewis and Eddie Young,
while a score of new specialties will
be introduced by the balance of the
cast.
WINNEFRED GREENWOOD
LION THEATRE
AT
Today the Lion Theatre goes back to
the Mutual servise, on demand of their
patrons, and shows Ed. Coxer and Win-
r.efred Greenwood in a two reel Ameri
can photodrama called "Restitution" as
the feature, attraction.. The. photo
graphy and action In this picture is
"PEMBA"
$3.50
One of the newest
styles from New
York. We show it
in four colors.
McDougall
& Cassou
The Most Modern
and UptoDate
Drug Store
is the oldest established Drug
Store in Phoenix. We have spent
years of work and thousands of
dollars to equip, so that every
safeguard is thrown around every
transaction and movement in fill
ing prescriptions and dispensing
medicines. The public is apprec
iating our efforts as is plainly
.seen by our increasing business.
QUICK, SAFE. REASONABLE
ELVEY & HULETT
Quality Drug Store
X. W. Cor. Adams & First Ave.
Phoenix. Phones 441-411
E. S. WAKELIN
GROCER CO.
WHOLESALE
Cotton Growers, Attention Buy
your cotton field machinery at
KUNZ BROS. & MESSINGER
and save money. Let us show
you.
very good and it is attractively staged.
The story is interesting and will hold
the attention of any audience. In the
Majestic offering, today, called. "His
Lesson" George Scigman, Billie West
and Ogla Gray, play the leading part.s
This picture shows the regeneration of
a gang leader and the closer is a Key
stone called "Rum and Wall. Parer"
and Chas. Murray furnishes most or the
fun, which runs throughout, the. reel.
It is a consistently good program of
Mutual Movies, the kind that makel
time flv.
At the Plaza
The adaptation of the great plavs
of Shakespeare to the motion picture
has given an opportunity for the
producers to put before rich and
poor alike, the full interpretation of
the works of the master playwright
of all time. Possibly no one of all
the great dramas of the Bard of
Avon shows better than " A Win
ter's Tale," which is scheduled for
the Plaza Theater today and tonight.
The great play has been produced
m three reels of interesting, excit
ing, beautiful pictures. The exploits
of Antigonius and Leonetes, the
burning of the ship old-fashioned
though it was all give the picture
great interest. In addition the Kalem
single, "The Race With the Limited,"
Fanay's Melodrama," and "Lucky
Hoodoo," making six reels. Watch for
the great war picture "King vs.
Kaiser," on Thursday.
"The Pit" at the Arizona
Not in weeks has the Arizona of
fered a more acceptable program
than "The Pit," with Wilton Lackaye
in the title role.
The cast 's well selected and the
story and speaking production needs
no ''mention as it was one of the I
greatest successes of the great the
atrical magnate W. A. Brady, who
offered it for several years.
This will be shown at the Arizona
tonight for the last time and a rare
treat is offered lovers of good pic
tures. Tomorrow "The Ghost Breakers,"
from the Paramount program with
H. B. Warner, will be shown.
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Special dance tonight at the Rose
Tree, Eight to Eleven-thirty! adv
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SPECIAL SALE OF PURE LARD.
Small size 40c
Medium 6!ic
Large $1.25
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
McKEES' CASH STORE.
(adv)
Everybody Likes
( (tGOODfj
w.r f
James
the groat railroad magnate, .started in a very hum
ble way, striking out for the "Great West" at the
age of 18 with naught but strong, willing hands and
a determination to "get ahead" in the world. He
saved, he accumulated. . He is rich.
A good place to put your savings is V
Citizens State Bank
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ON TIME DEPOSITS
GREAT SALE
OF SURPLUS
TREES
0
We are now offering our Entire Stock of Citrus
Trees, Deciduous Fruit Trees, Rose Bushes, Palms,
Evergreens and Shade Trees at
ONE-HALF CATALOGUE PRICE
LOOK AT SOME
Roses $1.50 per dozen.
Arbor Vitae $1.25 each.
Peach Trees 58.00 per
100.
Everything Sold for
Salt River Valley
Nurseries
410 N. Central Ave.
HAIR GOODS FOR SALE
Ladles' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing,
Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair
Dressing; Expert Chlroporiata, all
foot troubles removed. Moles and
wirta removed by electricity.
SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY
Phone 1704
St East Adams StrMt
PAINT, 65c
Cavileer
The Store With a Conscience.
With the large eanital and surplus of $375,000.00
and ample facilities for caring for your banking
business, we respectfully solicit your account. ' "
The National Bank of Arizona
Phoenix, Arizona , .. .
good coffee, but It's hard to get
good one time and bad the next.
You've found it so, haven't you?
Let us supply you with our 35c
coffee. Tou'll find it good all the
time. All our groceries are the
same good all the time. "ir '
Frank Griobcl
218 W. Wash. St Phon 1508
J. Hill
OF THESE PRICES
Marsh Seedless, $37.50
per 100.
Grapes, $2.50 per 100.
Pepper Trees, 40 cents
each.
Cash during this Sale.
Phon'e 3589
PHOENIX OIL CO.
GASOLINE 17c - .-.
to autos, 5 gals, or over.
Zerolene ..50c Gallon
221 W. Jefferson.. Phons 1330
Demand St. Brands
GALLON UP
AT ' -
& Company
108 E. Adams, Phone 1829

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