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TILE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1915 Properly Fitted Glasses will correct that error pf vision and make seeing the pleasure it should be to you. Northrup Optical Co. Eyesight Specialists Successor to WIGERT BROS. Rant Adams St. Prescription lenses ground In our Shop SALT RIVER VALLEY MOUN MKNTAL WORKS V. E. Lindsay, Prop. 40J West Washington St. Arizona granite as well as all other granite used. I'honn U2S for prices i BENNETT LUMBER COMPANY Everything in Lumber T.W.Schock Nurseries I lie leading nursery of the south. Kverylhing in our line, 344 West Adams St., Phone 12. MACHINERY Machinery of all kinds built, re built r repaired. Best equipped shop In state. Only expert rhunlcs. Work guaranteed. O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO, 326-328-330 N. Central HAIR GOODS FOR SALE Indies' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing. Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair Pressing; Expert Chiroporiats, all foot troubles removed. Moles and wurts removed by electricity. SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY Phone 1704 31 East Adam Street E. S. WAKELIN GROCER CO. WHOLESALE w Always on the job. Phone 592 or 692 S" H-O'E-S and Hosiery That's all. Harry A. Drachmas Shoe Co. 22 West Adams St. A good work team, wagon and harness, for sale, cheap. Phoenix Wood & Coal Co. 223 S. Third St. PHOENIX OIL CO. GASOLINE 17c to auto,' 6 gals, or over. Zerolcne ROc Gallon 221 W. Jefferson. Phone 1330 Demand St. Tirands Sotton Growers, Attention Buy your cotton field machinery at KUNZ BROS. & MESSINGER ami save money. Let us show you. Nnilv 2.0O0 stindard "CEWTURT EDITIOH," at only 10e t, eopT. ki ch.H nnrMA to ll vuarMntre tatislactia return muDev. gra4e; lur Tri lling. lrawwe i Varritn and Amcrkaii ronuw. We c-rjy the lne. ljwuK uvf , MARVIN'S MUSIC HOUSE o When you take pictures of BABY or any other important subject, just bring your films to us fof the most careful developing and print- BERRYHILLS Fresh fiims Frequently Of Local Interest . -jj, 1 Water Supply Facts : V I MAIL BOXES Notice has been giv Water Service Report for March 27 by Un to the lesidents of outlying districts Special Phone to The Republican I in the city that no improvement in the Icarier service can be instituted until Elevation of water in reservoir porch mail boxes are installed. This is ' ! 111 210.00 accordance with the postal regiila- Contcuts acre feet 1,126.260 I tiun coverninu such matters. (Jain preceding 24 hours, acre feet Intake, read at 6 p. Ill Elevation on? year ago Contents year ago Flow of Salt and Verde rivers at Granite Keef dam. M. 1.. Amount of water used for ir rigation, north side, M. I... Amount of water used for ir ligation, south side, M. 1.. LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY Temperature, decrees 50 Sensible temperature 46 Humidity per tent 6S 411 W itul lirection E X Wind velocity, miles S 4 Kainl'all- 0 0 Weather Clear Cloudy Iliglurit temperature 78 Lowest temperature 48 Mean relative humidity '. . . 58 Total rainfall 0 Excess in temperature vesterday, 1 degree. c Deficiency in temperature since first of month, ",5 degrees. Accumulated deficiency in tempera- ; ture since January 1. (1 degrees. IVficiency in rainfall yesterday, .01 inch. Deficiency in rainfall since first of month. .12 inch. Accuinulnted excess ill rainfall since January 1. 1.i'2 inches. Data for Tucson Highest temperature .yesterday .... " Rainfall yesterday KOBERT R. BRIC.C.S. Section Director. o 6 0 PRICES PAID TODAY BY WALTER HILL & CO. , Eggs .. .'. 13c Friers, per dozen S5.00 Hens, per Hp 13c Cheese, per lb 12c Q ; BACK FROM DOUGLAS Servant Instructor I.andreth of the National Guard of Arizona returned yesterday from Douglas, where he has been sta tioned for the past three weeks. He has been assigned to instruction duty at Mesa. NEW BOY An eight and one-half pound boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Koontz of 1919 West Adams, yesterday morning. Mr. , Kooutz is an assistant in the office of the state land commission. TO SPEAK ON TURKEY Elder H. M. Gotterell will speak at the Adventist church, Third and Fierce streets tonight at 7:3(1. He will dis cuss tile European war, with especial reference to Turkey and the eastern question. The public is cordially in vited. : o Compelled to raise certain amount of money, have four windmills, aerometer and i nited State;;: also lot of watering troughs, which will be sacrificed for cash. Real bargains for someone need ing such equipment. Geoiae Hageman company. Adv. it u Tse our coffee and we will give you an Aluminum Percolator to make it In. With 15 IDs. of AX KOLA COFFEE for You either buy it now and take your coffee a you need it, fresh every day, or buy your coffee as you need it and keep your tickets and whenever you have paid for 15 lbs. of AXKOLA COFFEE, the Aluminum Percolator is yours. McKEE'S CASH STORE (Advertisement) tf Lost or stolen from Republican of fice, a Premier bicycle, both Kokomo tires, one new peddal. small handle bars, large seat, any information will receive attention at Republican office. Advertisement. tf PICTURE FRAMING See Drayton at GRAVES' INDIAN SHOP RIDE TO ROOSEVELT over the wonderful road to the wonderful dam. Comfortable, big Colum bia touring car. Rates reasonable. Phone 712. Chas. Lance, 1416 East Monroe. BACK FROM THE EAST Mrs. Royal Lescher returned yesterday from a two months absence in Buffalo. HERE FROM LOS ANGELES Mrs. J. B. Thomas of Los Angeles is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Camp bell. ROADS COMMITTEE A meeting of the chamber of commerce joint coiV mittee on good roads will be held at the offices of the chamber, Wednesday afternoon at four o'clock. .UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS There are undelivered telegrams at the Western I'nion Telegraph office fur the following: Geo. Thomas, Har old Tiernan and E. T Campbell. ) MENTAL SCIENCE LECTURE There will be a lecture entitled , Thought Will Do Anything,'' by Mrs. C M. Hundi.v, at the Mental Science i College this evening at 8 o'clock. All I are invited to attend. ! A VniINn MFNAr.FRIF-TI T. J Worden of 23S West Jefferson lias a I young menagerie on his hands. It eon- sists of a lynx, a fox, and a fine speci- j men of the golden eagle, all of which I were captured on a recent trip in the HarqtiaHala mountains. I AT YUMA Stale Engineer I.amar 11,61(7 1 Colib and Field Engineer Twitehell left 2.50 Friday for Yuma by automobile. En 143.17 i route they will look over the highway 350,645 j the eastern part of that county, with a view to making recommendations to 44o,.SO the board of supervisors as to improve ments in the near future. 41.460 GIVES BIRTHDAY DINNER Mrs. :AV. A. Hill of 613 North Central ave 26.SUS I mie (litertained at a 6 o'clock birth- imj iimii i i hiii i tr, filing, in iiiiiii'i of .Miss Minal A. Hawlev. The in- j vited guests were: Miss Ada Rosen -6 a.m. 6 p.m. I berger. Minal A. Hawley, Messrs. '- Robert Solosth and Deans. TO NEW MUSIC Mrs. I.. D. Dam 4!' eron will sing. Tennyson's Crossing the Bar to a new musical setting at 4 the Central M. E. church this morning. 0 The composition, which was written by Mr. Frederick T. Doane, organist and musical director for the church especially for Mrs. Dameron, is dedi cated to her. CAN'T .MISS IT A unique tele- phone system has been installed at the Wolpe Drug company. The three mains. 1671, 1672 and 1673 are so (installed that if the first is busy, and another call is rung in, it will ring Jon lbi2. If the second line is also j busy the call w ill reach the store over 'the third line. The system is the first of its kind in the city, INCREASED BUSINESS The busi- ness of the Singer Sewing Machine company is looking up. There is al ready talk in Phoenix of adding a story or two to the great Singer building in New York. It is being chiefly circulated by S. J. Marches ' wno became the father of two new boys on Friday night, Joseph and Ed ward. NW ERM STARTING The third term at the Arizona School of Music closed yesterday. The fourth and last term of the present year will "Pen Monday, March 29. Mrs. Shirley f'bristy wishes to thank the public for their assistance in making this year on, of the most successful of the school. ! LECTURE AT Y. M. C. A. "Pres ent Impelling Forces Toward Social Progress" is the subject of a lecture to bp given by Ben F. Wilson at the ;Y. M. C. A. stadium. Monday nisht. at 8 o'clock. Mr. Wilson was until recently a member of the Kansas leg islature and is an eloquent sneaker. There will b,. no charge for the lee- ture and all are invited SOME STRAY STOCK Chief of Police Wilkerson yesterday bad an inventory made of the stray stock at the city corral and found there one burro, two sorrel horses, one dun horse, two black mares and one black horse. Unless these are claimed within a few days they must lie of fered at public auction to tlif highest bidder. They were picked up at va rioep times and places about the citv. Y. W. C. A. VESPERS The vesper service at the Y. W. C. A. this after noon 'Mil be the last regular Sunday service of the present season. The tiro gram I his afternoon will be under di rection uf.Mifrf Nell Blount and Mrs. Imogen LaChance and promises to lie one of tlie best programs which has been Kiven during the winter. A cord ial invitation is extended. Strangers especially welcome. WOOD-HALDEMAN Postmaster C. B. M'.xxl and Sam Haldeman of the clerical force are tied for the tennis championship of the federal league. Wood, who was considered an easy mark, developed into a dark horse a percheron for choice, anil yesterday completed bis claim to glory by elim inating Joe Haldeman and straining .his knee. When the wound is .'healed, he will ko against Joe's little brother in the finals on the Y. M. C. A. tennis court. SATURDAY RECITAL The pro gram by the young pupils of the Ari zona School of Music yesterday was well attended and greatly enjoyed by those present. Those taking part were Pliillipa Jones. Elizabeth Pal mer. Louise Reynolds, Catharine Dunn. Esther Geare. Helen Wolpe. Eleanor and Margaret Winsor. Isabel Stafford. Harriet Palmer. Helen Wood, Jean Roddis. Pealita Johnson. Lillian Chan man. Dorothy Brownfield. Ada Gol hraith and Lurah and Martha Spang ler WANT A BOY? Humane officer J. W. Cunning has a couple of cases he wants cal'ed to the attention of the public. Thev are those of a seven-year-old white boy strone and health'; who wants a home; and a family of orphans who are in need of some fur niture. The last case is specially in teresting. There are six girls and one boy all quite young. Two of the girls are working. They have a small three room house, and what they need to make them more comportable in their present quarters are two canvas cots. Those interested in the cases are asked to call upon Mr. Canning. Free. Free. In our Hardware De partment, to every lady who buys $S worth of goods in our Hardware line, we will give a set of 3 Aluminum Sauce Pans. Don't forget it. McKEE'S CASH STORE (Advertisement) tf SEC. LANE TO BE III PHOENIX WEDNESDAY That Secretary of the Interior Frank lin K. Lane will be in Phoenix on Wed nesday, was the news received from Project Manager Frank L. Sellew of Yuma yesterday. Apparently, Secretary Lane has notified the Yuma people from San Diego of his intended depar ture for the East via the Yuma, Salt river and Elephant Butte projects. Unfortunately, the secretary cannot delay his return to Washington long enough to stay with Phoenix for the high water celebration at the dam on April 15. Project Manager Fitch had hoped to be aide to conduct the secre tary to the dam, and give him a good I optimistic time, watching the dwellers of the fertile valley candiict a huge hoo-raw over the presence of ample water supply in the reservoir. FLOOD WATERS WILL STAY AT HALF PRICE ' Flood waters on the Salt river project will cost the ranchers half the price of regular flow, according to informa tion received tjrom Washington yester day. The reclamation commission has disapproved the recommendation of the board of governors that the flood water be sold at a quarter price. Few ranchers benefit from flood wa ters, while all have to bear the extra cost of ditch cleaning made necessary by the silly character of freshet water. It was on this basis that the commis sion refused to set a price lower than fifty per cent of the regular. According to figures, fifty per cent of normal charges permits the project to break even o"i its canal cleaning. MARRIAGE LICENSES Stephen C Lovett and Carmen C. Ocuna; Jose' A. Ochoa and Miria C. Eschante were granted marriage licenses by the clerk of the superior court yesterday. GETS CERTIFICATE Miss Nellie G. Marshall of Prescott this week passed the required test and was awarded a certificate lor proficiency in the use of the Cnderwood type writer. -Her record was 41 words per minute. WEINBERGERS LEAVING S. W. Weinberger, who for the past three years has been manager of Goldvva ter's basement store, has resigned and will leave in about a week with his family for Wichita. Kan., where he has purchased a half interest in a large clothing store. The Weinberger family will be missed from Phoenix bv their manv friends. ENTERTAINS THE D. A. R. The Daughters of' the Revolution were en tertained yesterday afternoon by Mr-i. J. W. Coverdale. who was assisted by Mrs. Oarland W. Couch and Mrs. Fred O. ,iuams. After the business .if the meeting was transacted a very interestinr; paper entitled . "The Pio neer Mothers of America." was read by Mrs. Ecans of Mesa. Dainty re freshment" were served and a verv pleasant afternoon was spent by all present. TELL DONOFRIO There appears in this issue of the Republican the sixth of a series of tell advertisements of the Donofrio Con fectionery Co. These advertisements are the ones on which Donofrio wishes to secure the opinion of the public. He wants to know what sort of ads. at tract and why. and is willing to pay well for lelteifj giving the writers opin ions of hys ads. He is also offering at tractive cash and trade prizes for ads. written by amateurs. Adv. It Your slioes will look new if Sandige repairs them: just reieived a fresh shipment of tan and black rubber heelo. We put them on while you wait. Work done by experts with real shoe repair ing equipment. L'l W. Pmadway. Coi through Kress". Adv. dr Your shoes will look new if Sandage repairs their.: just received a fresh shipment of tan and black rubber heels. We put them an while you wait. Work done by expert with real shoe repair ing equipment. L'4 W. Broadway. Come through Kress'. Adv. dp TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY AUCTION SALE 3d:! East Van P,u ren. Friday April nd. 1 St 1.1. 1:J P. M. On above dale ue will sell the high grade furniture of an X-ronm house: goods almost new, "no sickness." 3 dressers, 1 birds-eye maple dresser, rocker and chair to match. 1 chiffon ier. 3 beds, springs and mattresses. 1 brass bed. 2 center tables. 1 library table, 1 dining table. X chairs, 2 kitchen tables, 1 kttchen range. 2 gas plates, 4 extra good 9x12 rugs. 4 small rugs. 1 refrigerator. 1 ice box, 40 yards linole um, 1 vacuum cleaner, sanitary cot tind id. 5 rockers. 1 book case. 1 couch. 1 Becker piano mohogany case, porch chairs, hall run nerd, dishes, conking utensils, bidding curtains, window shades and many other things too num erous to mention. The above goods are far superior to the average. House hold goods sold at auction. Bear in mind the one fact. Taylor's sales are on the wquare. All are invited. M . Nellie Robinson, owner. Taylor t Auctioneer, phone 1917. "tf SODA" FOUNTAIN "complete: a'so 'arsre Klass door refrigerator: ice cream cabinet. 120 North First street. gs EVEN SODOM AND C.OMMORAH had one good man, not one in Phoenix wants his wife to have the coolest h""o in town this summer. 1101 E. Polk. It SMALL CONFECTIONERY and lunch:- making money; cheap rent. Box 3679 Republican. gb OIL AND WATER WELL DRILL , RIGS Light or heavy, dependable and fast. 100 to 3500 feet - capacity. Downie Deep Well Pumps. Ditches, Exca vators, Graders. Order from manu facturer. Keystone Driller Co., Carthage. Mo Salesman for Arizona, L. S. Mosher, 17 N. 2nd Ave. ALL AT COST Pillow Tops, Pennants, Souvenir and Indian Hand Bags CLOSING OUT THE LINE See us for your souvenir that you want to take back home, and drink Celery Vig, 5c. Sold only at ELVEY & HULETT Quality Drug Store N. W. Cor. Adam & First Ave. Phoenix. Phones 441-411 Refrigerators A consignment of small refriger ators that were turned over to ua to sell. $9.00 Each and Up Only a few of them and we offer you the benefit Don't wait until they are gone and then kick about it. McKee's Cash Store Hardware Department. Phoenix Plating Co. 213 East Adams All kinds of Brass, Nickle, Silver, Gold and Bronze plating. Prices reason able. Work guaranteed D. TREMAI1 AUTOMOBILE REPAIR SHOP LATHE WORK AND GEAR CUTTING 328 N. Cen. PhoDe 680 CHALMERS Service Station SANITARY. LAUNDRY Only ex clusive Hand laundry in Phoenix. Kach bundle washed separate, no acid used; sun dried; we make a specialty of family washings; first -class ironing; wagon and auto livery. Phone 354". address ' W. Adams. The Chocolate Shop SPECIAL SUNDAY LUNCHEON, 35c Celery Soup Roast Chicken With Dressing Green Peas With Cream Sauce Creamed Mashed Potatoes Cocoanut Custard Pudding Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, Milk If you were sure this Sun day luncheon would suit you, would you try it? Its real home ..cooking. Your money back if it don't suit. Served from ll until 2 o'clock, at The Chocolate Shop 44. East Adams. St. n yYcmqewoocl " W.t.'r SSVio 7' Pure HAS oho advantage worth $:iG.(HM) that no other homesite has in the valley. This amount was actually paid here in Phoenix for tl)is one superior advantage. 0 you know what it isif IT is absolutely pure, soft water. Water so soft and pure you can note the difference the minute you taste it, and also bv Government test proven !i92!K0 per cent pure. The Southern Pacific paid $3G.000 in hardcash to have the water used in their new shops here in Phoenix. Don't you think you ouht to investi gate, a proposition like this.' Sold On Easy Payments Every woman who is looking forward to the lime when she can live in her own home should accept this opportunity. A little money down, more energy to follow and the home is yours. Phone 1341 Now Economy and perserverence will win yoti a competency in life. Let the Citizens' State Bank help you to save. We will take good care of any money you entrust to us. Citizens State Bank H. P. De.Mund, President. IS. S. Wakelin, Vice-Prcsidcnl. C. K. DeMund, Vice-President. V. L. .Stewart, Cashier. , W. P. Clements. Ass't. Casl'ii' r. jLriTjj-uxrAn.n.riririnrirv-..-.-i-i-i-ii- THE LIGHTNING DEL'V Transfer Storage Go. We have the Only Absolutely Fireproof Store Houses in Phoenix We Store or Phone 594 or H26. BEAUTI FUL FACE made more beautiful by facial niissage. The skin is made clearer and the tissues are made to give forth that healthy color. A larinplln ma. sage not only beauti- I,' nes, but it hcalthilics. 'j l I opcr a t o r s ;lf l gtatn, ing .1 ' .N Skilled guarantee grarai,ing ,it results. V"- Marinello goods for sale. SHIRLEY . SHIRLEY ;!9 ICast. Adams SL Phone 1704 Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will Bee more customers than you can. i 1 BANKING SERVICE This bank is admirably equipped for the transaction of all commercial business, offering its customers facilities perfected during its many years of successful banking. Personal accounts welcomed The National Bank of Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Phoenix Trust Co. If 4.1. . LU lt.. .. 1llt II) . .lUillllS CU. -I HOIJC IjIU . mmm m www Move Anything 42 S. Central ' The Best QUICK SHADE Tree is the UMBRELLA We have fine ones in quantities. You can plant them up to April 15th. Also Olive and Orange. Riverside Nursery S. Central. Phone 43-J-2