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Till: ARIZONA KEl'UBLICAN, SATURDAY MOttXESO, MARCH 20, 1915 Amusements 7 1HI W I 01PAIY Of-COUftlTUtM IMTHEWORIO DIXIE JUBILEE SINGERS Presented Jv the Ladies' Aid .f the' Fii-vt M. E. Church. HIGH SCHOOL AUDI TORIUM Monday Evening, Mar. 22 General Admission ... 35c Children 15c Students 25c Reserved Seats, 15c additional Scats on Sale at Central Pharmacy START DECORATING FOR THE AUTO SHOW THE ESCAPE A Gripping, Well Stag-'! ed Story With a Punch COLISEUM TONIGHT ELLIS MUSICAL COMEDY CO. "THE NEW SECRETARY" A roaring farce replete with catchy musical numbers and novelties galore. A SHOW YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS 10c 20c 30c I7,L nil fill A COMING World's Greatest Film flnllirJii Masteiimre CABIRIA in 12 Keels. runcvMin AVat(.h Shl, tbe Datp COLISEUM ELLIS MUSICAL COM- 10c, 20c 30c EDY CO. EMPRESS Coming "THE LITTLE ANGEL OF CANYON CREEK," from the hook by Rev. Cyrus Townsend lirady, L. L. D. LAMARA "EXPLOITS OF ELAINE" Installments Every Thursday and Fridav LION THEATER Irene Ifunt in a two-reel Reliance drama, "ONE FLIGHT UP," and a funny Kevstone comedy "THE FA TAL BUMPING." JOIN THE CRUSADE TO CLEAN UP AND STAY CLEAN Help make Phoenix the cleanest and most beautiful city in America on Saturday, March -7. . , All the hoys and girls, all men and women and all civic organizations are going to help. Clean-Up Dav depends on the co-operation of ALL CITIZENS. You Co-operate II Clean-Up and Paint-Up your, own backyard. . f Make your home not only clean, but attractive. t Encourage your neighbor to do like wise. f3 (let rid of stable refuse FLIES BREED THE HE. I Help pay for one dayVlabor. WATCH THE PAPERS FOR IN STRUCTIONS. I Dirt breeds tuberculosis. I Cleanliness is a habit. Get the habit. J DON'T FORGET THE DATE MARCH 27. . :-; Work of Putting Armcry Building i.n Shape For Auto Exposition Be gins Pirk end Green to Be Scheme Decorator Howe yesterday hernia the work of preparing the big riiioiy building for I lie coming exposition which will open there next Tuesday. The elaborate color scheme will net off the interior of the' building In sidendid shape lor the display of curs that will he there the larger pari of the week. A carload of Alabama, smllax wl!l he here today and this will he put tip immediately in the scheme Willi thou sands of great pink poppies that liave been prepared. This pink mid green arrangement will have a very spring timy effect. The Baby Show Kntry blanks for the baby show can now lie secured from Herryhill's down town as well as from .Mrs. K. X. Phillips, general secretary of the V. W. C. A. This will prove an ad vantage to folks in the city. It might be mentioned that the prizes' for the show that have been talked about so much recently are on dis play at that point also. One of the windows of the big store has been given over to them and they are at tracting a lot of attention. The Used Car Show The used oar show will he an im portant feature of the whole affair. Some of the "noble" old cars of the earlier days will he on hand to be looked at for sure next week. Never a time when a. show is given with a "used car department" but that some interesting old relic comes out from somewhere to show the folks how far away it is to the beginnings of auto loohiledom. Work on the armory building is progressing nicely and it is expected that by Sunday morning all will he in readiness for the automobiles of this combined automobile, architec tural and baby show, to move in and get ready to receive company. With the space allotted, the posts in, and the decorating done there stiil will be some time left to arrange the big petrol palace cars most advan tageously. Croat expectations are being aroused for this exhibition and it Is confidently predicted that it will be all that has neon claimed for it. o NOTED TRAVELLER AT VICE-PRESIDENT UNO CURL HAYDEN M ROTARMNS LOCAL CONDITIONS GIVEN GOOD BOOST Condensed Report of How the Valley ! Feel at the Present Time is j Given Out by Secretary Vice- President Thomas K. Mar shall and 'ongrcHsman Carl Ilayden ate now honorary members of the Phoenix Itotary club, having been unanimously elected when their names came up for membership at the regular weekly meeting of the organiza! ion yesterday noon. The tiervlee talks yesterday were given by Herbert Kye of the South western Solar I h ater company, who talked on "Using the Sunshine;" W. K. Walker, fire Insurance adjuster, and P. C. tlettins of the Mountain States Telephone company. Follow ing the regular program, Col. John Christy, representative from C.reen lee county, spoke on the work of the legislature and the necessity for in terest on the part of business men in the administration of the state's affairs. He was followed by Cor poration Commissioner Geary, who spoke along the same lines. A large number of visitors were present at the meeting. o MEXICANS CAPTURED BY KELVIN DEPUTY Deputy Tipped Off By Circulars That Fugitives Were Coming on the Lookout and Gathers Them In The monthly summary of conditions in the valley, has been released by secretary of the Chamber of Com merce, Harry Welch. The report is very comprehensive, and gives many reasons why Phoenicians should be proud of the continuing prosperity of the city and adjacent ranches. The report is as follows: The reservoir of the Salt river irri gation project now holds over a mil lion acre feet of water. Water enough to cover one million acres of land one foot deep with water. Farming with a j crop guarantee in the Salt River Val- Specials for Saturday Look Them Over; They Will Save You Money I ley THE Y.W.C.A. Experiences in the Orient Told by Lady Who Has Lived and Traveled All Through the East ' Personal experiences of the Orient, in which she has lived for a number of years, will be (he subject of .Miss Fran ces Patterson, who will speak at the Y. W. C. A. Sunday afternoon. Miss Patterson is of a magnetic personality and hold.-, her audience with her many interesting anecdotes of the far east. Since the announcement of her com ing was made in The Republican, fav orable comment from all quarters has been made. The Y is unusually lucky io obtain a lecturer of Miss Patterson's ability to come here and talk. She will start speaking at 4 o'clock. A cordial invitation has been extended by Mrs. Phillips t a" stranger., and she is certain that all members and non-members, will be well repaid for their attendance. o HENEY FIGURES IN SUPREME COURT CASE One of . the most bulky documents filed in supreme court, for several months reached the office of the clerk yesterday when the papers in the case of Francis J. Heney and Ben Heney vs. R. It. Richardson were filed on a ppeal. The action in' which the celebrated California lawyer, who was formerly a resident of Tucson and attorney gen eral or Arizona, is a party, concerns the ownership of the Three R mines in Santa Cruz county. The mines, which were named for Richardson, are in the Palmetto mining district. Heney and his brother were awarded judg ment for $36,423.35 in the lower court. Arthur K. Crepin and Xathan L. Ams ter are also named as defendants in the suit. Jose Romero and Alcedo Pomin guez, wanted for horse stealing, yes terday walked into a trap laid by the deputy sheriff at Kelvin, near (hat place anil are now waiting to be brought to phoenix, where a warrant is awaiting them. Last Sunday night, two horses be longing to men named Clark and Lucas, who live near the fair grounds, were missed. A circular was gotten out by the sheritts omce, Riuim the description of the animals, and sent all around the state. Jetting a tip that the men were heading in the direction ot tveivin, the deputy there was on the look- ort ami with the aid ot a iriena waited for them along the trail they were supposed to be coming. They surrendered without a remon strance of any kino, xouay uri'u"" from the sheriff s office are going to Florence with prisoners from which place they will go on to Kelvin and bring back the horse unees. FINANCES AND 1 MARKETS T f ASSOCIATKD PRESS PISrATCHl NEW YORK, March 19. Stocks to dav recovered more-ground lost in the early days of the attack and the list witli a few unimportant exceptions showing marked strength. The decis ion of the London stock exchange to bring American shares on its list down to the minimum established by the lo cal exchange was without unfavorable effect anticipated in some ipiarters. la fact, the result was quite the reverse. a moderate demand Tor our etoc-KS be ing reported from London. Gains em braced all the leading issues. Advances m coppers gave a most substantial tone to the announcement vance price in metal. Rcthlchem Steel was the interest, however, rising almost five points on total dealings of 38.000 tdmres. More gold imports were announced, partly from Canada, making a total of $r,riiti,000 for the week. Exchange markets as a whole, were steadier. Rank clearings of this cen ter, show n substantial gain over last week but are still behind the corre sponding week last year. For six months money three per cent is bid hut loaning is a fraction higher. Total sales of stocks amounted to 363,600 shares. Total sales represented a par value that aggregated $2,222,000. i'. S. bonds were unchanged on call. A farm adviser is now established in Maricopa county, and has an office at the Water Fsers' Building. Phoenix. The assessed valuation of Maricopa county for 1914 was $75,802,907.37: for 1905 it only reached $10,638,420.30. Out of the 5040 automobiles in Ari zona in 1914, 2108 are registered in Maricopa county. The auto is now a necessity on the farm. Last registration in Maricopa coun ty reached a total of 19.14S of which J.796 are registered in Phoenix. Total registration for state 71.167. Newcomers' Day was celebrated in Phoenix on February 15th with 3S states represented in the large dele gation that visited the state house and made the trip about the city. A new hotel with 150 rooms is about ready to open at Phoenix. Building permits for 1914 within city limits $756,561.20. A -residence a day built during 1914. On March !. 1915, the banks of Phoenix had deposits of. $5.653.5SS.9 1 with total resources of $7,750,614.90. Total resources of all banks in the Silt River' Vallev reached $9,297, 792.40. Wool prices are high. Half a mil i:on sheep are being sheared at Salt River Valley points. Demand for live stock is splendid. Many largo bands are now being fattened on pasture and grain and alfalfa lands. The Phoenix Board of Trade has changed its name to the Chamber of Commerce. Phoenix. Arizona. Ori ginal organization first appeared over twenty-five years ago, and has pd'lormed splendid work for the community. Tin- outlook is continually improv ing. Crops for several years now as sured. New products are appearing and finding ready sale. Salt River Valley lettuce acknowledged to be finest seen on important markets of east. Postal business continues to in- 1 Earj'c Dottle Sour Pickles 1 Large Pottle Sweet" Midget Gherkins 1 Urge Bottle Sweet Relish . . 1 Large Pottle Olives 1 Bottle Pearl Onions 1 Bottle IVkin Sauce Extra Fancy Dill Pickles, (i for 1 Bottle Toltasco Sauce 1 Bottle Salad Dressing 1 Bottle Catsup '. 1 Large Bottle Chow; Chow Extra Fancy Dried Fis. per lh. ..... . 1 Bottle Peppersauce t -VCallon Xever-Fail Oil Can .25c .25c .25c ,25c .15c .20c 10c .15c .20c .15c 30c .10c .15c .75c r 1 GRIEBEL'S Telephone 150$ LMS West AVashinuton St. rrcase. Total for 191',, $130,027.67 as against $105,326.40' for 1913. The busi ness for January 1915 reached $11. I5N.(M: for January 1914, $1 l,"79.7ii. For February, 1915, $10,354. IS: for February, 1914, $9.010.S1. Important railroad companies are again directing their attention to the great possibilities of Salt Itiver Val ley. Travel is now being diverted to r.fford travelers an opportunity to see this splendid agricultural section and impressive irrigation works. The valuation of property owned by the county of Maricopa, totals $ 1.. "3. 4:10 and includes court house and Jail, $4e.0"0: road machinery and tools. $12,000, and school prop erty, $1,052,530. The annual Arizona State Fair will he held at Phoenix during week of November Sth to 13th, 1915. Every body is coming. There will be fast "Harness and running races, auto road and track races. $75. oho in prizes. INFANTRY GETS TENTS ASSOCtATEH TKKSS DISPATCH WASHINGTON. Mar. Ji. A decis ion of Secretary Garrison is, that all foot troops in the army numbering about 75,ooO shall hereafter be supplied shelter tents the same as mounted troops. The present shelter tents for dismounted troops have been con demned as too t-mall and no protection trom rains. Saturony Special, one ham at 15c per lb. with other merchandise and mour's 1 reakt'ast bacon Armour Star 32.5o worth of one slab Ar at li'.c per lb. with $l.5i worth of other merchandise. Se your goods weighed. M. KEF'S CASH STORE ( Advertisement ) Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. 5 of a slight ad- eenter of Buttercup Brand: : '. Adv. dl EMPRESS Today and Tomorrow Matinee and Night (; Reds 6 'The Strange Story of Sylvia Gray1 In 4 parts, in which Helen Gardner plays "o parts. Two Other Good Reels Stocks Amalgamated, 56V: Smelting, 4"i; Santa Fe, 95-Ti; St. Paul, SCVi: New York Central. S3V. Pennsylvania. 104";: Reading, 143li: Southern Pa cific, S3; Union Pacific, 12i; Steel, 41; Preferred, 104. Metals Silver, 50-; Electrolytic, $15.15 to $15.25.: Copper firm. BOSTON COPPER MARKET Bid Ask Adventure Hi Ariz Comml 37K Allouez ' 42 '.i Calumet and Ariz 54 Calumet and Hecla 390 Copper Range 36 Daly West 2'4 Ray Consolidated 18'4 Giroux Greene Cananea 2fi,4 Hancock v 11 'i Isle Royale 21? I'.i 4 42. 54 '3 39.'! 36 i Lake Copper, Vlj Miami 24 Alohawk Mass Copper 5" North Butte 25',! Nevada Cons' Osceola Old Dominion Quincy Shannon Superior Copper . Tamarack . . . Utah Cons Victoria Winona 2'i Wolverine 42 North Lake I'i South Lake iu Chino 36 H Utah Copper 54 Inspiration 22; Shattuck 20M. United Verde Ex 3'. Hi 12',;! 41 27 314 It' 1 1 26 -i 1 1 fit 22 S7s 24 'j 59 6 25 12 74 41'.!. 56 5 2S',i IS'1 11 l'i 2 V 42ti 1V9 5 36Vi 64 22 21 3 Lindstrcm'g Dairy Depot. Adv. THE GUNS The guns of the BIG CITY have been raking the country with deadly fire for more than forty years. The guns are Bossed by the mail order kings. The bombs are the catalogs. Many a fine community, many a thriving town, has been ruined by this constant hammering. But deadly as this catalog siege is, WE have weapons in our OWN possession that are able tG beat back the siege guns. The trouble is we DON'T USE these weapons. We have allowed ourselves to be bombarded without retaliating. Yet OUR weapons, if USED, mean victory to US. Reason, Knowledge, Common Sense, Community Pride, Co-operationTHESE are our weapons. OUR town can beat back any siege from the outside. But it is up to each one of US to KNOW this, to USE this knowledge. And, having learned it, we must work at it. Then, let every man, woman and child ENLIST in this Trade-at-Homf campaign. Let us beat back the siege guns. -tho Republican Ad-Man i.