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PACiE SIX
ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING , APRIL 16, 1015.
Properly Fitted Glasses
will correct that error of vision and
make seeing the pleasure it should
be to you.
Northrup Optical Co.
Eyesight Specialist
Successor to
SWIGERT BROS,
t East Adams St.
Prescription lenses ground In our
Shop
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BENNETT LUMBER
xCOMPANT
Everything in Lumber
HAIR GOODS FOR SALE
Ladies' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing,
Manicuring ami Facial Massage, Hair
Dressing; Expert Chiroporists, all
foot troubles removed. Moles and
warts removed by electricity.
SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY
Phone 1704
J East Adams Street
E. S. WAKELIN
GROCER CO.
WHOLESALE
A good work team, wagon and
harness, for sale, cheap.
Phoenix Wood & Coal Co. !
223 S. Third St.
Phoenix
Plating
Co.
213 East Adams
AH kinds of Brass, Nickle,
Silver, Gold and Bronze
plating. Prices reason
able. Work guaianteed
Kunz Bros. &Messinger
MACHINERY
Cor. 2nd Ave. & .lackson
GEM RAZOR
AUTO STROP RAZOR
GILLETTE RAZOR
Pay your money and
take your choice then
buy a Rubber-set shav
ing brush, a tube of
! Williams' Luxury Shav-
ing Cream and enjoy a
; good "made-at-home"
shave.
vVflr ni?tm fin
Jib UIWV VJ
yKeatt fro
MOTOOCVCII OEUVCHV- 1ST. ASMS)
Free Free, in our Jriardware De
partment, to every lady who buys $5
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
PHOENIX OIL CO.
GASOLINE 17o
to autos, & gals, or over.
Zeroleno 60c Gallon
221 W. Jefferson. Phone 1330
' Demand St. Brands
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. "A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
Nrlw 3.000 standard
nri duwul rtrrtioM ia the hmotrt
" CZMTUt Y EOITIOM," at only lc ft py.
t Mturn.muacv. Ait grame; n
Xwoiii, or Co mt me. vrjyw
IV entry tlie line. i-.toHK tm
MARVIN'S MUSIC
HOUSE
P.S,
Let Berryhill's do your
KODAK developing and
printing. High-class work
only.
Of Local Interest
local Weather yesterday
ti a.m. fi p.m.
Temperature, degrees ... ..49 74
Sensible temperature 44 54
Humidity, per cent 64 25
Wind, direction S XW
Wind, velocity, miles 1 5
Rainfall 0 0
Weather " elr. clr.
Highest temperature A.
Lowest temperature 40.
Mean relative humidity 44
Total rainfall 0.
Deficiency in temperature yesterday i
1 l
5 degrees.
Excess in temperature since first of
month 38 degrees.
Accumulated deficiency in tempera
ture since January 1, 3T degrees.
Deficiency in rainfall yesterday, .01
inch. .
Deficiency in rainfall since first of
month'. .31 inch.
Accumulated excess in rainfall since
January 1, 67 inch.
Data for Tucson
Highest temperature yesterday 76.
Rainfall yesterday 0.
ROBERT R. KRIGGS,
Section Director.
PRICES" PAID TODAY BY WALTER
HILL & CO.
Eggs 13c
Friers, per dozen $5.00
Hens, per lb 13c
Cheese, per lb 12c
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
The state board of education will
meet .at the state house April 20.
DIRECTORS' MEET Directors of
the chamber of commerce will meet
this afternoon at four o'clock.
MISSIONARY MEETING The Wo
man's Missionary Society will meet in
the parlors of the Presbyterian church
this afternoon at two-thirty o'clock.
A full attendance is desired.
PRESBYTERIAN SOCIAL. The ,
ladies of Presbyterian church will j Wednesday, w ith the object of look
hold a social this evening in the.ing jntt, the problems confronting
church' parlors. All members and promoters of the Phoenix Portland
friends of the congregation are in- Cement company.
vited. " MISSIONARY GATHERING The
MARRIAGE LICENSES Landis Woman's Home Missionary Society of
P.. Xolt and Sarah Ann Hirschy. ! the First M. E. church will meet at
Richard Yates and Cora A. Boylan
were granted marriage licenses by
the clerk of the superior court yesterday.
THE FIRST BORN The home of : LUTHERAN AID SOCIAL The
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ho.lder of 1C27, ! i.jUiy.s' Aid Society of Zion Kvangeli
East Garfield street was gladdened P14j Lutheran church entertained last
yesterday morning by the arrival of a,mht llt the home of Mr. and Mrs.
ten pound bo.v. Nothing like this ever B B nalvcat f :!j4 xr,n vMt ave-
nappeneu in tne Uouuer lamily tietore. ,
A CHURCH SOCIAL The ladles
of the Central M. E. church will
hold a social .at the church this eve
ning beginning at -eight o'clock. The
admission will be a dollar and with
a statement as to the manner in
which the dollar was earned.
DIVORCE SUIT FILED Petition
for divorce was filed yesterday in
superior court by .Mabel Doychin j
gainst Thomas Doychin. The pe-
tition alleges non-support. rder to
appear and show cause was issued
by Judge Stanford. Deny and
Clarke of Florence are the attorneys
for the plaintiff.
OSBORNE ENTERTAINMENT
Osborne Parent-Teachers Association
will give an entertainment for the
husbands and fathers of the associa-
tion at eight o'clock this evening in the
new auditorium of the school. The
committee in charge has arranged a
program of vocal and violin solos, re
citations and readings, at the conclu
sion .of which refreshments will be
served The public is incited. There
will be no admittance charged.
Pianos for rent, Redewills Adver
tisement, bn
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STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Tempe Cotton Ex
change will be held at the office of the
Exchange in Tempe at two o'clock p.
m. on Monday, April 26th, 1913.
Use our coffee and we will give you
an Aluminum Percolator to make it In.
With 15 lbs. of ANKOLA COFFEE for
$5. You either buy it now and take
your coffee ae 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 ANKOLA
COFFEE, the Aluminum Percolator is
yours.
McKEE'S CASH STORE
(Advertisement) tf
PICTURE FRAMING
See Drayton at
GRAVES' INDIAN
SHOP
RIDE TO
ROOSEVELT
over the wonderful road to the
wonderful dam. Comfortable, big
Columbia touring car. Rates rea
sonable. Phone 712. . Chas. Lance,
1416 East Monroe.
BONNER 6IVES RENT
FREE ON STRENGTH
OF FULL RESERVOIR
John Bonner, the owner of
block 27, Phoenix, is a genuine
booster for the valley and a
firm believer in the near approach
of the most prosperous times
Phoenix has ever enjoyed.
Sometime - ago he stated he
would give to all his tenants oc
cupying the north half of the
block a month's rent free when
ever the water sloshed over the
spillway at the big dam.
He went around yesterday morn
ing congratulating his renters on
their gain and says he never be
fore gave away $250 so cheer
fully. ANNUAL BULL TO T
OF CARPENTERS UNION
The . union carpenters of Phoenix
will make merry tonight at Patrick's
hull, when their annual ball will be
siven. Committees have he.en hard
nt work for several weeks and the
. ' ' , ... , , , . .
that the event will uroha.hlv surnass
any similar event of the season.
Besse's orchestra will furnish the
usual good quality of music, find the
hall will be beautifully decorated. A
refreshment committee has been busy
jand there will be no reason to suf
fer on that score, for an ample
amount of "drinks soft, of course
will be provided.
The Carpenters Local 1"S9 bears a
heavy financial burden each year in
the taring for diseased members who
have come to this climate in the
hope of regaining their health. Near
ly two thousand dollars is paid out
each-year for this purpose and the
proceeds of tonight's ball will be de
voted exclusively to this purpose.
The committee on arrangements
consists of tlie following: R. W.
Smith, John Kline. Jack Roberts,
Walter Mougeot, Sam Sellars.
UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS,
There are undelivered telegrams at
the Western Union Telegraph office
for the following: Mrs. Tersia Colilen,
Alfred II. Elliott and I'. Lloyd Strong.
SOME JUDGMENT A. W, Gregg.
tne architect
was yesterday given
judgment in superior court for $13.
375 against the state in satisfaction
of a claim for services in the con
struction of the prison at Florence.
INDUSTRIES A meeting of the
chamber of commerce committee on
industries has leen called for next
the residence of Mrs. A. H. I.awrence,
4.12 East Adams Street. Friday at two
thirty o'clock. All ladies of the eon-
1 gregation are invited to attend.
mle Various articles of clothing anil
pennants were sold for the benefit oi
the church and Sundiy-school fund,
anil a neat sum was realized.
FLAGSTAFF Word has been re
ceived at the chamber of commerce
regarding rooms to be had for sum
mer cottagers at Flagstaff. Immigra
tion Commissioner F. t . Allen of
Coconino county writes that the big
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., ' .,.,,,,.,, thi s,.as..n .
take .care of vacationers from the
south of Arizona, i
ACRE CITY STILL GROWS
Many things are doing at A-re City.
National avenue is being paved, and
oiled. Pacific street is being graded.
Genevara court is being surveyed,
and several houses are being erected.
4re Citv ha : fine baseball ground
d the team um,er 1P m;magement
of W. c. Pasltiy challenges any of
the voting teams around the valley.
EIGHTH GRADE EXAMS The re
gular eighth grade examinations for
the year 1914-15 will be given in the
school of this county on April 20 and
May 11. All schools which close on
or before May 7 will take the examin
ations on April 20, and schools that
do not close until later will be exam
ined on the later date. Count v Supt.
Riggins is sending out the first set
of questions to the various principals
Seventeen schools of the county will
close before Mav 7, and the remaining
33 after that date.
LIVELIEST TOWN IN ARIZONA'
Gus If. llirschfield of Hayden was in'
the city yesterday after a tour of the
northern part of the state and he said
last night that he had found no other
place so active as Hayden, whose two
principal industries are the making of
copper and lemonade. Much more le
monade is manufactured there now
than before Januarv 1. and the output
is increasing as the warm weather
sains. More men are also employed
In the mill and smelter than were at
work before the war broke out. With
copper approaching 17 cenbs a pound
there is a prospect of still greater ac
tivity in the mines and reduction
works of the Ray Consolidated.
MELON GROWERS' CASE The
cost ornery procedure in marketing
cuntaloupes and the time required for
money to pass from buyer to grower
was the'subject of much wrangling in
superior court yesterday when the case
of the Mesa Melon Growers Associa
tion against the Mutual Distributing
company, was continued before Judge
Smith;-P. T. Jones, Nate Brundige.
Zetv Pearce, Kd. M.- I.eKaron, George
Dykes and others took the stand for
the plaintiff association and testified
as to the customery method of trans
actions. Albert G. Kohnhorst of Long
Peach. Cal.. secretary' of 'be United
Marketing company of California, and
Joe Bowers, a bookkeeper for Gerard
and company, were on the stand dur
ing the afternoon, and were closely
questioned as to contracts and me
thods of payment. The ease will be
continued today.
Boys Fire School
Building And Send
Women Scurrying
Nearly one hundred women holding
a parent-teacher meeting in the Kind
ergarten building of the Fillmore
school, were given the scare of their
lives about four o'clock yesterday af
ternoon, when the frame structure,
which constitutes an annex to the
more substantial school building; was
t'iseovered to be on fire. Two young
boys, who were seen scampering
away from the building about the
time thf smoke was discovered, seem
ed to be having the time of their
lives and are believed to have started
the incipient conflagration just to
see their ciders scamper. I
An alarm was telephoned to the
fire department which made a quick
run and easily extinguished the
blaze. A ouantity of rubbish had
been gathered and stuffed under the
rear of the- building. A match had
been applied and the smoke began
to fill the room. When the firemen
readied the scene, little flames had
begun to connect with the woodwork
and a few minutes later would have
been enveloping the ouilding.
Trof. John D. Loper, superintend
ent of tn; Phoenix public schools.
instituted an investigation, as did
ilso the police, but up to late last
eveuii.g the alleged culprits had not
been discovered.
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EASTERN MARKET OPEN
FOR VALLEY LIVE STOCK
Train of Forty Cars by S. P. for Kan
sas City
The Southern Pacific in making ar
rangements to run a special live stock
train loaded with fat beef cattle and
sheep from Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa and
Buckeye. on, April 2ti. .There will be
about 4" tars in the train and through
hard work of the Southern Pacific and
Rock Island officials they are now in
position to handle this train. The fol
lowing telegram was received by A. R.
Gatter today: "Sheep and Cattle, Tex
as will modify live stock embargo ef
fective tomorrow, permitting feed in
transit and intermediate points. Can
handle .sheep and cattle feeding at Ei
Pao and Delhart. destined fur Kansas
City, but cannot feed in New Mexico.
Arrangements can be made to run
through Diilhart to Kansas City with
out unloading to feed. R. R. Seeds,
Commercial Agent, Rock Island."
This train will make Ki to IX hours
from Maricopa to El Paso, and will
schedule from Phoenix all the way to
Kansas City. This will be one of the
fastest stock trains ever run out of the
Salt River Valley and any one inter
ested will do well to cull up Travelling
Freight Agent Sparks as he has the
train and arrangements' in hand and
says he is going to put this train
through with the least possible shrink
age of the stock. There are now 3"
cars signed up to go. This will be a '
great thing for the cattle and sheep
men as the California markets have
taken about all the sheep and cattle
out of the valley that they need.
THIS IS WORLD RECORD
. FOR DEEP PESSIMISM
One Citizen Finds Terrible on Every
Hand "Dam Full" Extra
A citizen of Phoenix who is al
ways looking for the worst of it for
the last two years has been trying
to sell out his holdings in the city
and the valley because as he sup
posed, the Roosevelt dam was going
dry. He was anxious to get away
before the collapse came. Hut in his
opinion there is such a tiling as over
doing a good thing that it is more
potent for disaster. Accordingly yes
terday morn'ing he' announced that
he was more anxious than ever to
sell out. He did not want to be here
when tlie dam should burst.
Among the seventy-five or eighty
noisy youths who apprised the mul
titude that the dam was full and
that The Republican in an extra had
made a record of that fact for the
first time in the history of the dam
were two little Mexican, boys who
wasted no words in the preparation
of the newsboy's slogan. "Dam Full!
Dam Full!"' they cried as they rush
ed among the crowds pouring out of
the picture house. Only they gave
the vowel sound of the last word an
extension that caused many a pe
destrian to stop and take notice. But
the boys were referring to the stage
of the. water in the reservoir ' and
not to a "dampiiool."
JOHN J. T.TGRA7H IS
NEW POLICE CAPTAIN
Popular Policeman Is Elevated Head
of the Night Police
Following the resignation of John
B. Fraley, effective yesterday morn
ing. Chief of Police George i. Kris
hois named Policeman John J. Me
Grath to . the office of night captain
of - police. MeGrath assumed the
duties of his new office lust evening
with the promise of continuing in his
higher position the success he has
attained as a policeman.
John J. MeGrath has been a mem
ber of the Phoenix police force for
several years, in fact is one of the
oldest on the force in point of
service. Hp has 'on many friends
through his courteousiiess and good
I judgment and he enters upon the
duties of his new office with the
best wishes of all who know him.
Pianos for rent,' Redewill -Advertisement,
bn
I
L . KHOR J
' To fully appreciate
goodness in shoes
you should, get a
pair of the famous
"Edwin Clapp"
make this spring.
They may be a lit
tle more expensive
than the ordinary
shoe, but you'll find
economy in their
long wearing and
comfort qualities.
We pay special at
tention to the prop
er fitting of your
foot.
McDougall
& Cassou
The "New Way" Men's
Shop
SO MANY PEOPLE
have been looking for a good
Tooth Paste. We now have it.
Quality Peroxide
Tooth Paste 25c
Sold oly at our drug store and
guaranteed.
ELVEY & HULETT
Quality Druggists
Phoenix Phones 411 & 441.
Ciers go out every aay.
I AMUSEMENTS
THIS IS A NEW ONE
COLISEUM "IMP"
Vhat will doubtless prove to be an
amusing entertainment is billed as
an extra attraction at the Coliseum
theater tonight, it being tiie much
'..iiked of "mix-up" night, and a new
depavlore in local theatricals should
attract a capacity house.
The idea of the "mix-up" gives
possibilities for considerable fun. The
first performance is given by the
company in the usual manner, imme
diately following this however, the
stage i:: cleared and a committee se
lected lrom the audience. The com
mittee recasts the comedy to their
lii.inc. and with a committee familiar
widi the players, some ludicrous se
lections may be made. After the
cf-meciy is re-cast it is then tip to
the players to play the parts allotted
Ccm to the best of their ability, and.
to see -Mice Lewis cavorting through
a I'ign fied prima -donna role or dainty
Ir?ne Barker impersonating a tramp,
or. perhaps, Frank Vack doing Alice
I ewis' character or Kddjt Young and
Kill Hall in tlie chorus, while one
of the chorus may be selected for
R(na Vivienne's difficult rob' gives
possibilities of some unexpected
cnineuy.
Mix-up night is new to Phoenix
theater goers and will, for that rea
son, if no other, 'e a welcome addi
tion to the alre.'dv long lis' of so-
ca''ed contest r ghts. cour.trv store.
Fatty Arbuckle at Lion Todav
The funniest of all fat t'onu"liari
H seen at ;bc Lion today in a Key
stone comedy called "Fatty's New
Role." This picture will be enjoyed,
for it contains a nfimber of very
funny situations. The two reel num
ber of the program today is "The
Chinatown Mystery." by the Kronoho
players and is a story full of thrill
ing scenes and very interesting. Fay
Tinclur. supported by Augustus Car
ney, better known as Alkali Ike, takes
the leading part in a comedy en
titled "Music Hath Charms." which
is a splendid laugh maker. The uro
gram at the Lion today is diversified
enough to please everybody and Mu
tual movies continue to please Lion
audiences.
At the Lamara
The Balboa Pathe three reel drama,
"The Coveted Heritage." proved yes
terday an excellent second to the
F.xploits of Klaine as :, film attrac
t;cn. It is a splendid picture in
which Jaekfe Sanders and an all
star cast live up to the remitation
made by that company in the pro
duction of St. Elmo which was re
cently shown at the Iimarav theater.
1 he installment of the Exploits "f i
Klaine is especially interesting snow-
ing as it does what can he done by
a criminal of scientific knowledge in
his attempt to overawe the family of
tlie late millionaire Taylor Dodge in
order to get his vast estate. The
pictures will run again today.
Another Day for Redmond
1 he announcement 's made that
the Redmond company , which is fin
ishing .the. last w.-'.'k of their long
run will remain for an extra per
formance Hior.d;:y next and repeat
the play tiiaf.finv them introduced
to Phoenix. "In the Bishop's Car
riage." This splendid vehicle will be
Ijl I Anyone cm understand and operate a Ford car. Ex- I I
ill I tamely, simple, yet absolutely scientific in every de- J
1111 tail. No need rf a skilled mechanic to keep your l ill
III nrd runnina- Each owner looks after it himself. jI
ill I Docto,'- farmers, business men, men in every walk of II
III 1 life, enjoy Ford service and economy, for a Fora costs i 1
j! j on aver39a but two cents a miie to operate and ljjl
lj Buyers will sha-c in profits if we sell at retail 300,000 j If
l' new Ford cars between August 1914 and Auqust 1915.
II Run?bout $&15; Toc.rina car $565; Coupelet $825; Se- I f
!! I dsn $1050, f. o. b. Phoenix, with all equipment . Ill I
HI On display and sale at III II1
FORD GARAGE
II 1 Ed. Rudolph. Anent Mil
From Roek
ic c
to Roof
For a warp proof, crack
proof, wear weather and
rainproof rocf, be sure to
specify ' ;
si lit A
ROOFING H
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: IVipCAREY Cc',r - TV7
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'.. '.. ,. ' tlie famous Roofing which -'
.:' ' V..;-is distributed in Arizona by
Bennett Lumber Co.
2nd Ave. & Jackson - Phone 1211
Busiest Because Best and Biggest
.played for the one night only,- Had
; while a big block of the seats have
. been reserved by the Odd Fellows
iiodge the public will also be permit-
ted to. attend. "In the Bishop's Car-
I i.ii;r in ,1 i uinruj ui.iiii.i iii.il n.in i
few equals' in the long list of plays ' Where the Laughs Last
Mr. Redmond has offered here. The j Never before in the history of a
final days of the comedy. "Stop! local picture house has there been so
Thief" promise to be record breakers. ' much comment on one picture as
the piece has caught fin as no other "Tillie's Punctured Romance." which
piay in the engagement. Seats for is running at the Arizona theater to
tlie -Monday night special w ill go on ' day.s Tomorrow will be its last day.
sale today and it is expected that the ; Chas. Chaplin, the world's famed mo-
house will be sold out for there have
been many requests for the play from
those who failed to see it when the
.impa'ny came to Phoenix.
Charlie Chaplin at the Empress
Today marks a new epoch, . in the
life of the Empress, and one which
will bring delight to many as
Charlie Chaplin, who is known to be;
the funniest man in moving pictures,
will make his initial appearance there,
in the Essanay comedies. This one,
in ine rum. . is ih one reel, ami is j
a sure winner. A Lubin picture, lit
three parts. "Love of Women," with
Joseph Smiley and Lilie Leslie. It is
a very strong drama and most in
teresting. Following it will come the
Hearsl-Selig pictorial news, with
some of the latest war news, from
London and Berlin. Sir Thomas Lip-
Traveler's Checks
When traveling the best way to carry money is in the shape of .
traveler's checks. We sell them.
The National Bank of Arizona
- Phoenix, Arizona.
Capital $200,000.00 ' Surplus $173,000.00
and many other current events of
interest. A one reel comedy. "A Man
. of Parts," will complete a very strong
program of a nature that will suit
almost any taste.
tion picture comedian, portrays the
part o fa city chap and from his
.initial appearance to the very end of
the sixth reel keeps the audience-ill
roars of laughter. Marie Dressier as
"Tillie," the country girl, does great
work, the success of what is termed
the greatest fun producer ever thrown
on a screen, is due principally to
her.
Headliners at the Plaza
There are a number of big features
at the Plaza today. First among
them is 'The Opium Smuggler" in
three reels, and then comes "Through
the. Flames" a two part drama, there
is also a one reel comedy.
Every night the. Hart family, are
seen and heard in singing and
dancing specialities and the offering
is kept up to the highest Plazu

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