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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY .MORNING, APRIL 1 1,-1915
PAGE THREE ill TEflRITOFSY FOR CREAMERIES 9 8MbaM " ' 3?'s Here's this slice of Cake! Look at the texture see how light and delicious it looks. If you could only taste it you can, a piece like it. Though nobody can guarantee cake, we can do this guarantee that with the same other ingredients and skill a Crusto Cake will be the best, lightest, and nicest grained cake that ever came out of your oven. Crusto is something like lard the same consistency but it is much better; it is rre and it is tasteless and odorless. It is much heapcr than cooking butter and it does its work much more satisfactorily Use it for baking and for frying you'll like it far its goodness and its cheapness. ,o CRUSTO CAKE AS StBVEO AT THE WE 3TB ROOK FT- WORTH AT ALL GROCERS CCMFS IN TIGHT TINS, 5 SIZES -a., 4ls., 5lb., IOl. or 20i a. CRUSTO Houston, Texas How to Invest Your Money, or Sell Your Securities f An Opportunity is Always Waiting for Your Action! ' Have you surplus funds you wish invested in lucrative stocks, bond T Cnortgages? Do you own securities you want to sell at once? If you are interested in either of these propositions you can get immediate action, quickly, cheaply through a Want Ad. Hundreds of buyers read our Investment Want Ads daily. If you want to buy turn to our Want JAds non you may find the very securities you want. If you want to tell idescribe your offering in a brief little Want Ad it will find a buyer. Maybe the stocks you think are worthless have a market. Perhaps tome security you want to buy is owned by a person down the street The Little Want Ad is the world's curb market with many bidders and many tellers. A few pennies will do the work. To-day is always the time to ttart The use of our Little Want (Suggestions for You to Adopt) TV A N TH) TO SKI.!, Fifty nhares seren per font cumulative (trefwri'd, of thp Baxter C'orporatiirti r will trade fnr flrat mort Rat: or mortenc tfjods. Xaoi term wben wrltinff. Address: WANTED TO BITV An? part of flw btra. drpil aliare of Keren per rent cumulative prpferrcd utm-lr of Bfirtcr Corporation; will pay J"2 or trade irilt edced bonda. Addreai vith particulars uf boldiDgs: Ads will broaden your opportunity. Investment possibilities are always with you when you : Use : "The Want Ad Way" s The Republican's Want Ads go to over 30,000 readers. Get to these readers, through this investment. Phone 422 lieduetions in Express Kates on Milk and Cream to Southern California Will (ireatly Help Valley lndustrv Sweeping reductions in the express rules on milk and cream from the Salt river valley to points in South ern California will be put into effect in the near future according to ad vices received yesterday by the rate t ei'artineiit of the corporation cini niission. The new rates which amount to a cut of over fifty-three per cent in existing tariffs, were secured us the result of action taken by the commission in behalf of creameries in this valley. The new rates from Phoenix to Southern California points which have been recommended- by Traffic Manager Loekwood, of the Wells Fargo company, will be published as soon as they are formally ap proved by officials of the company, Hid will take effect sooner than the statutory notice usually required. Under the new tariffs, the rates per 100 lbs. from Phoenix to Ixis Angeles wil be cut from $2.37, the existing rate, to $1.11. The new rates from Phoenix will be as fol lows: - Phoenix to San Bernardino and Colton..$ .! ('lieumonga and Riverside. .$1.(11 Pomona $1.03 Fullerton, Pasadena and Santa Ana $1.09 AVhitttier and Los Angeles. .$1.11 San Pedro and Ocean Park.. $1.15 If the movement requires forward ing over more than one railroad four cents will be added to the charge for a 10 gallon can and two cents for a five gallon can. Creamery men were jubilant yes terday over the prospect for an enlarged market for the valley s pro ducts, and while it is impossible to say how much tonage they will be able to build up, it is believed that the new rates will open up a large market for creameries here ami that they will now be aflle to com pete successfully with California concerns. IS IS AGE OF MECHANICS Address ,of Superintendent J. 1). Loper of the Public Schools Before the Wo man's Club Vesterday Afternoon ANNOUNCING A NEW FOR DEPARTMENT We have installed in our Ford Department a complete stock of Ford accessories. Many things that will materially improve the ef ficiency, comfort and appearance of your Ford. This is a carefully selected stock of nationally advertised accessories made and guaranteed by reputable manufacturers. Come in, inspect this new stock, Mr. Ford owner you'll find, many things you'll want. The Motor Supply Co. H. L. STEVENSON, Mgr. 315 N. Central Ave. Telephone 3 103 Mechanii al training in the public schools was advocated by Superinten dent of Schools, John 1). Ijiper yes terday in discussing the Phoenix School System before the Woman's Club. The automobile has created j a demand for trained mechanics an.i Mr. I,oper believes that the branch of study best adapted' to practical use in life should be featured in the school. He hopes particularly to see a. course in agriculture and gardenias, the latter plan being car ried out in mutual benefit to the city .Hid the pupil. This he would ac complish by means of transforming the vacant city lots into school gar dens. In the five years that manual training has been included in the curriculum, Mr. Loper said that not one boy has asked to be excused from a class. Sewing and 'cooking has been equally successful with the girl students. In referring to the cost of the city schools, exclusive of the high school. Mr. Loper gave the figures at $:!9.g per pupil on daily average attendance. Rated by en rollment, the amount he said was Mrs. B. A. Fowler read an ar ticle on vocational training by Frank Leavitt of the National Vocational Association. The paper was given at the Chicago biennial and in it Mr. Leavitt urged that the whole educational scheme trends toward vocational training and guidance. The Gary system as applied in New Tork under William Wirt was explained by Mrs. A. C. Kingsley. Mrs. J. L. B. Alexander, chairman of the civics-education department under the auspices of which the pro gram was given reported the play ground movement In Phoenix. Ac cording to Mrs. Alexander, steps are being taken in the city toward s-e curing a recreation department to co-operate with the school play ground and recreation movement. Mrs. John Dennett, Jr.. president for the ensuing year announced ths department dates for next season. The music program was presented by Mrs. R. W. Tafel and Miss Nellie Teasdale. Mrs. T.otiis Sands of the Manitee ranch near (Herniate. He is a broth er jf Mrs. Sands. This is his first visit t" Phoenix. Jle is on bis way home from a stay of considerable length at both the California, expo sitions and he spent several days seeing what is most worth seeing along the Pacific coast. P.ul iie saiil yesterday that he had beheld nothing at either of the ex positions or anywhere on the coast that so much impressed hiui as the Uooscvelt dam and the scenery along the way to it. On bis way home he will slop at the Grand Canyon. What Mr. Porter has seen here will be the subject of narration to lib friends in different parts of the Country for some time to come. o EASTERN STAR TO GIVE EXAMPLE OF MASONRY ? WONDERS OF THE VALLEY APPEAR TO I. PORTER The attention of a man whose at tcntion is forth something to this valley is now being given to this section of the country. He is Char les If. Porter, president'' of the Adver Using Association of Chicago and vice prpsident of the Taylor-Crutch field Co., advertising and merchan (Using agents. Two Carloads of Refrigerators Just Received We Have Just Finished Unloading Two Cars of Well Known Northland and Gurney Refrigerators and Ice Boxes. We have Refrigerators in Sizes, ranging in price, from $6.50 to the largest size Grocery Refrigerators. CONSTRUCTION All Gurney and Northland refrigerators are constructed with an outer case of thor oughly kiln dried Wisconsin hardwood, which is recognized us the best lumber in the manufacture of refrigerators. The panels are made in one piece, and are grooved into rails and stiles, making the cabinet perfectly tight. The inner case of body, which is made separately from the outer case and neatly litted inside, allowing the necessary expan sion and contraction due to changes from heat and cold, is carefully matched and lined with heavy galvanized iron lining, giving it strength and durability, so neces sary in 'the refrigerator. The floors of the provision chamber are made flush with the bottom of the doors, so that if food is spilled on the inside, it can readily be washed out. INSULATION '.: In the various lines fit Gurney and North land refrigerators several kinds of insula tion are used, including linofolt. mineral heathing. but. in every wool, and charcoal s case ' the insulation is so arranged as to allow an absolute dead air space, as dead air is conceded by all to be the best known non -conductor of heat. By buying them this season in larger quantities than ever we are enabled to offer them to the trade at 20 per cent lower than heretofore. We have them in Galvenized. White Enamel and Porcelean lined. CIRCULATION All Gurney and Northland refrigerators are constructed so as to allow a free and unob structed circulation of air, so necessary to the preservation of food. Air passing over the ic, is cooled, drops to the bottom through the air passages,, and is again re turned by nature's law, carrying with It and depositing on the ice, the gases and other impurities arising from the food. We have handled these reliable makes of refrigerators for four years and they give perfect satisfaction. H. G. Edwards Furniture Co. 144 . Adams St. - Phone 1510 All that isn't Masonry and some things that can't be classified as of any origin whatsoever will be exemplified by the ladies of the Eo-stern Star on Thursday evening. ' Keemale Masonry A In bcreetch is the cognomen that this wonderful hy brid of fraternalism is bearing. What it is, no one can tell,, but the fact is asserted by those closely connected with the production that nothing like it has ever graced the boards of a stage before, and it is doubtful if ever again the excellence and perfection of the program will be equalled. Just to show that there is 1,0 hard feelings the Mas ons have consented to having the Ma sonic temple used as the setting for, ver' this jewel of productions.'. In addition to the putting on of the rites of the fair ones, a series of living! pictures will be exhibited, taking in allj the ages from infancy to old age. Mu- sic is on the program, and all good) .1.1 . : . . ii . : 4 LouiKQ 111 ' lie one oi r-iiLei mill lieuc ever thought of will be on tap. ' .. fine a rrunsirei oio in me urm m ture. The members have ordered twenty-six band instruments which will be used at the show by old musicions. They will organize, a splendid band. .Mr. i'urdum 'if Clobe and Mr. Gold stein of the Steinfeld company of Tuc son were visiting our leading business men the latter part of hurt week. Mrs. Harry Williams of this place was taken to the hospital for insane at Phoenix on Friday. The suit contesting the election of fuke itay :'S trustee of Winkelman was dismissed by Justice Studley of Hay den, before whom the case was brought. The baseball grounds were prepared i for a game that was to have been played on Sunday afternoon lietwcen j the teams of the Kay Consolidated j company and Smelter Hill, but on ac-j count of the death of Mrs. Knapp, who was a relative of some of the players, , the game has been postponed. j Cpon receiving a tip, Jesse Finch of j Dudleyville, deputy sheriff of Final county, arrested five or six gamblers at ine roaci miuocrs camp near rsran- i naman. The men w ill have a hearing J on Monday before C K. Wilcox, justice! of the peace at Dudleyville. J Walter Weaver and Mr. Hill werej business visitors in the Florence neigh-J borhood for several days last week. ' I ' A. Woodman's Circle was organized I oh Wednesday afternoon, by Mrs. Flem- j ming. Twelve or fourteen ladies j joined the new organization which is , specially worthy on account of its in surance features. Miss Crosier, our county superinten dent of schools visited this section last weeK. We were all pleased at her ex pression of pride in the, fine Ilayden schools and school teachers. tr. Itood who is suffering from a s,e- ittack of hayfever. has gone to Prescott for relief. is-' -'aretes were being puffed in The Pvthians held the. boards at ! our faces all evening. Havden the past few days. On Friday j On Saturday evening the Pvthians evening thev gave a minstrel show that ; Save a dame t the theater which was was a delight from the raising of the i a great sn-ess in every way and on curtain. Mr. Flemming, who is a Stan- Sunday evening they attended church ford graduate and also belonged to the! in a body and listened to an aide au fraternities.of Notre Dame. Ind., and I dress I'.v Rev. J r. Morrison. Ann Arbor, hud charge of the show. A I There was special music for the eve good many of th.s6 taking part were i ning. The choir, assirted W Mr. Pa.', college men, so u house full of people ! Mr. Hlackman an d.Mrs. Norman, sang enjuvert dean fun for nearly three 'A New Song". Mrs. Norman and Mr. hours. The ladies taking part'did not i Hlackman sang Somewhere" in their blacken their faces. Thev looked lovely ! vua excellent manner. Mr. Page of Winkelman sans? "Mr Ain Count ru Mr. ptKv who sings with great sweet -iifsw and expression, was Buffering from .t eolil no this occasion. . j IM r, Willi iuip MTl.il til 1 life 1 vi eJine cmiuren t ner siisier. ire. very fine in both acting and dancing, j . .r . ' h ' caheu 10 l ne nospuai also, xrei jiicuua in their dainty dresses as they gave fancy dances or illustrated songs. Many of the jokes were new, and thus doubly appreciated. It is hard to choose, a name from so many were excellent, but Mr. Flemming vrai Mr. Salnsberry was. unexcelled in singing. Miss Julia. Faull was unus ually graceful and beautiful as she led in ilustrating the songs. The Thompson brothers sing sweetly. They were saddened by the fatal illness hope for her speedy recovery, j Mm. Truman Phillips and little daughter are in Globe for a few days, j Mrs. Knapp, an elderly woman of I Smelter Hill, fell while about her of an aunt who had been stricken dovn household duties on Saturday after -a few hours before the play. ' . Khe suffered hemorhages of tho The clog and.buck and wir.g dancing lungs and lapsed into unconsciousness of, Cert Dunlap and lady partner (Mr. 1 until death relieved her of her suffer Krockway) created storms of applause. 1 jngs. And last, hut not least, the violin solo j Mrs. Knapp leaves four children, one given, by Mr. Brady, with that artistic sona an,i one daughter are married; skill for which Mr. Krady is noted held and one son and daughter are single, a rapt audience as the familiar notes of sim m -several relatives in town ie Cavalieria Rusticana floated over them.' sides a wide circle of friends. The Storm after storm of applause greeted funeral services will be held on Mon Mr.' Brady." who had not prepared an liay afternoon from the catholic church encore, but who repeated part of his . of which Mrs. Knapp ivus a devout theme. 'member. Interment at the Winkelman ' .The only thing to mar the occasion cemetery. was that the managers of the theater j Mrs. Flemming of Smelter Hill is allowed the. boors and bullies to show suffering from nn attack of hayfever their manhood hy holding a smoker ; and expects to leave soon for a place during' the performance. , ;. i where there are not so many composite From twenty-five to fifty pipes, ti-' fiovvtra in bloom. I Hayden Hapnenings I : JL , i Several new houses are being built by families in North Hayden on land leased from the Itay Consolidated com pany. " Mr. McGovern has just finished a cozy home. Mr. I!unn bought a house from a former resident and has moved it to e. hill top, where he will enjoy fresh air and quiet. Mr. Kell of Phoenix is in Hayden to assist J ie Brown in the supply depart ment of the Ray Consolidated company. TheNoc. Yar club s preparing to Wall Sa Every roll a 191.") product, no old Junky Stock, but a full aud complete line of Wall Paper and Decorations, AH u'c aisk is your inspection, never lias such -values been -ive before in the city of Phoenix. Sun Proof Paints, absolutely the Best Paint ever nmde and sold under a positive (Uuarautce. Pure Linseed (Ml in Sea led .Tans, warranted by thd National Lead Co. Cavileer & Co., the Store With a Conscience 108 E. Adams St. . , Phone .1829 Mr, Taylor Is visiting Mr, and.