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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MOKMNG, APRIL 17, 1915. .
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IDEAL GIANTf DEERING MOWERS
For heavy Crops, Light ' r;i ft . and durability
DEERING SELF DUMP HAY RAKES .
in 9 and 10 foot lepgth. :-' slei 1 spring teeth.
BUCK RAKES MYERS HAY CARRIES
For Steel Track or Cable, .lacks n Korku
Ezra W. Thayer
124-130 E. Washington St.
H. Adams SI.
1 48 lb. sack of Loveland Hard Wheat Flour or
1 48 lb. Sack of Columbia Soft. Wheat Flour for
$1.75.
Highest Patent Flours
to be included with an order for $3.25 worth of oth
er merchandise or with a coupon book for $5.00.
This flour is AS GOOD as these other hard wheat
flours being sold at $2.10, but we don't claim it to
be the same as MOSES' BEST or other Selected
grades.
McEee's
Cash Store
FINE PICTURES
HI lEEGRAFT'S LION
Pictures Taken at Great Overflow Ce
lebration at Roosevelt Dam Will
Be shown at Lion theatre
Today.. Splendid Views
LADIES OF EASTERN STAR
EXEMPLIFY MASONRY
Those, who were unable to attend the
celebration at the Dam Thursday mid
those that were there, will have the
opportunity of seeing it in pictures at
the I. ion thentre today. With charac
teristic enterprise. Manager Leeeraft,
co-operating with Chas. Shellerhern of.
Mesa secured thirty exceptionally fine'
views, which have been made into j
Roosevelt, Fish Creek Hill, The Bar-
at New Town, and close up views of
the crowds at the celebration including
fine pictures nf Louis C. Hill, Senator
Slupley, Mr. Maxwell, Senator Ashurst
Mr. Chas. Akers, Congressman Carl
H;iyden, Senator Bacon and views of
the dam from different angles, water
i lowing over the spillway, the reser
voir, etc. The pictures are vcrv clear
I and Rive a fine idea of what a magni
ficent body of water is available for
the Salt River Valley. The celebration
pictures will be shown in connection
with the regular program nt the Lion
all day today and tonight. The show
opening at 1(1:00 A. M. and running
continuously all day.
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Amusements
Arizona Theater
SPECIAL MATINEE TODAY
MARIE DRESSLER
Mabel Nonnand and Charlie Chaplin in
"TILLIE S PUNCTURED
ROMANCE" ;
LAST TIME TONIGHT
Prices lde and 25c
FINANCES AND
MARKETS
ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH
XEW YORK. April 16. Apart from
the fresh ebullition of speculative
hysteria, which was most conspicu
ous in various industrial equipment
issues, today's active stock market
was essentially two sided. That is
buying of specialties was frequently
offset by heavy selling of standard
shares which yielded an early ad
vantage though closing vith general
gains. Unrestrained trading the
first half hour, probably without
parallel in the annals of the local
exchange, was confined in 1 a great
measure to shares ' of companies
which were supposed to le in receipt
of remunerative orders from Kuro
pean belligerents. American Loco
motive rose more than' eighteen
points at the outset and Xew York
brake sixteen and numerous other
industrials equipment, from five to
eight points. Later air brake ad
vanced to eighteen points. Rankers
reported a marked increase in de
mand of high grade investment is
sues. Refined copper rose to the
new high price of 19' cents. Total
sales of stocks amounted to 1,l.ri0,S00
shares.
Ronds developed a broader tend
ency and another large volume of
trading. Total sales represented a
par value of $4,043,000.
coupon 3'f advanced
cent on call.
Metals
Silver, 49tr. Electrolytic
$17.00. Copper firm.
Stocks
Amalgamated, 75 Smelting 72 3-4 ;
Santa Fe. lOi Yti St. Paul. 94 Vj: Xew
York Central, S7 3-4: Pennsylvania,
10014: Reading, 152; Southern Pacific,
92: Union Pacific. 1H8 1-S; Steel, 57:
pfd., 10S.
United States
one half per
$1G.S7 to
" Last Matinee
To Say
Good Bye to
Mr. and Mrs. Redmond
and their company.
Stop
EMPRESS
A Lubin Drama in Parts
Featuring
Joseph Smiley and LilicJ
Leslie , . ' f
Essauay Comedy ,
IN THE PARK
Featuring
Chas. Chaplin
Tiie World's Greatest
Comedian '
Hearst Sclig News
Yitagrapli l-Tieel Comedy
A MAN OF THE PARTS
BOSTON COPPER
Adventure
Arizona Commercial . .
Allouez
Calumet and Ariz
Calumet and Hecla .,
Copper Range
Daly West
Ray Consolidated
Greene Cananea
Hancock
Isle Royale
Lake Copper
Miami
Mohawk
Mass Copper
North Butte
.Nevada Cons
Osceola
Old Dominion
Quincy
Shannon
! Superior Copper ...
Tamarack
i Utah Cons
; Victoria
I Winona
Wolverine
Xorth Iake
South Lake
Chino
Utah Copper
Inspiration
Shattucl;
U. Verde Ex
MARKET
- Bid. Ask.
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ARIZONA
Coming
Marguerite Clark in
"THE GOOSE GIRL"
EMPRESS
Coming
Ciiarlie Chaplin in
"HIS NEW JOB"
LAMARA
"EXPLOITS OF ELAINE" '
Installments Every
Thursday and FrirKv
LION THEATER
Today Fatty Arbuckle in
Keystone Comedy
"FATTY'S NEW ROLE"
PLAZA
Opposite City Hall
Change of Pictures Every Day
HART ENTERTAINERS every
evening
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Masonic Hall Not Big Enough for
the ' Audience
"Female Masonry a la Screetch"
was a. scream and there was stand
ing room only while it was being
exemplified at Masonic, hall on
Thursday night.
The piece de resistance was pre
ceded by a series nf living pictures
as follows with the appropriate
songs between the various numbers,
sung by Mrs. Chaw. VV. Hunter ac
companied by Miss Merta Work:
Infany Mary Louise Randall
A Lullaby
Childhood
..Mary Twitchell and Royal Marks
Come Little Girl, Don't Cry
School Days
Marth Lee Edens and Geo. Stewart
School Days
Engaged
Miss Lucy Xelson and Percy Helm
O Jomiae Me
Marriage
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anderson
Home, Sweet Home
Parenthood
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Randall
Lullaby from Erminie
Old Age
-Mrs. X C. Monihon and Capt. Parker
Silver Threads
Columbia Mrs. O. W. Vickers
Columbia, the. Gem of the Ocean
The following is the cast of "Fe
male Masonry a la Screetch :",
Most Illustrious High Mogul
Ethel Twitchell
Grand High Mule Puller
, Jennie Goddard
Sister Pan Drum Clara Hunter
Sister High Muek-a-Muck
P.elle White
Sister Hobble de Hoy.. Bertha O'Xeil
Sister Gibble Gobble. .Blanche Mann
Sister Linen Draper
Margaret Carpenter
Sister A. F. & A. M Klla Luhrs
Sister Mary Yelling Screetch
Sara Whitfield
Sister Paddy-reskie Merta Work
Cristabel Spank-Her Anna Monihon
Grand Inner Guard of the temple
Key-Hole Mary Heiloman
Grand Outer Guard of the Temple
Key-Hole Marie Mayfield
Taul Pry Barnett E. Marks
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ALL INVITED TO
GASS BROS. OPENING
Everything in Readiness for Formal
Reception This Afternon and
Evening
Elaborate preparations have been
made for the feeding of the multitude
at Gass Brothers' ("hop House at
their house-warming this afternoon
and evening. The world ana nis wiie
and the family have all been invited
to accept of Gass Brothers hospital
ity and there is no doubt but that
thousands will avail themselves of
the opportunity to thoroughly inspect
what experts say is the best-equipped
chop house in the United States, as
well as ' to partake of the "lunch
and punch" that wil be served.
The Gass Chop House is a most
complete institution, one which must
be seen to be appreciated, anil there
is not a detail in the equipncnt or
ii feature in the methods where either
time, thought or money has been
spared to secure the most 1 modern,
the most efficient and the most sani
tary. The hours set for the recep
tion are three in the afternoon to
nine in the evening and it is the
wish of the management that the en
tire populace of Phoenix turn out to
give tlie new place a right good
st nd-of f.
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W. C. T. U.
5V
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
COLISEUM
NEW
TONIGHT
-IF
GUI
Don't Miss It
There was not one dull moment
during the meting of the W. C. T.U.
held at the Home on Thursday after
non of this wek. '
Mrs. La Chance made the devo
tional service one of uplift and in
spiration. She took' as her lesson
the twenty-third Psalm.
During tiie business session the
secretary of the Five Million club
reported an enrollment of 322 to
date, a gain of 113 in one week. In
this number five other states and six
counties in Arizona are represented.
It was the unanimous sentiment of
the organization that Governor Hunt
be asked to stand firm in what is
believed to be his purpose in direct
ing that water be used in christening
the Battleship Arizona. It was sug
gested that the advertising all Ari
zona would receive from the use of
the first water to flow over the spill
way of the Roosevelt dam for this
christening was .-m opportunity too
good to miss. The' president was
I directed To convey to Governor Hunt
news of this action.
At the close of the business routine
Miss Pendleton sang very pleasingly.
The selection was one of her own
i composition.
j Following this, Mrs. Mary Thomp
son took charge of the program which
evMoited the Flower Mission work.
The service was an impressive one
and closed with a duet by Mrs. La
Chance and Miss Lulu Clifton.
All members and the public are
cordially invited to meet at the
Home next Tuesday afternon at two
thirty to hear Mrs. Grady Gammage
speak. Mrs. Gammage is State Lec
turer and Organizer for the W. C.
T. U.
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With
(q)LB. Sack
vv( KANSAS HARD
(U) WHEAT
FLOUR
$5.00 Order of Other Goods
1
Let Us Do a Little Figuring
If money saved is money made,
why not trade with us for we
are sure to save you money?
9-lb sack White or Yellow Corn
Meal . .-. . .30c
Swift Winchester Bacon, per lb . .19c
Swift Premium Hams, per lb. ..18c
I dozen Lemons 10c
12 cans Red Salmon . . .$1,25
12 cans Standard Com $1.05
12 cans, Tomatoes $1.10
Very best Table Peaches ... . : .. 15c
y8 size Wood Box Crackers 50c
3 pkgs. Fig Newtons 25c
3 pkgs. 10c size Crackers .' 25c
3 pkgs. Graham Crackers 25c
3 pkgs. Oatmeal Crackers . . . .25c
3 pkgs. Raisins . : 25c
Small size Milk, per do 50c
2 doz. Fresh Ranch Eggs 35c
5 large size Hydro Pura 95c
9 bars Good Soap 25c
2 large cans Kraut 25c
2 pkgs. Aunt Jemimah Pancake
Flour 25c
2 pkgs. Aunt Jemimah Buck
wheat 25c
3 pkgs. Maccaroni 25c
Remember, Everything We Sell is Guaranteed and Our Motto is Satisfaction
or Ycur Money Back
Arizona Grocery Co., Inc.
329-331 E. Washington Street
Phone 455
ley of Phoenix. President La Fay-! hereby granted the privilege ami (mortgage executed by Ernest 1.
ett" Myers of the GU ndale Men's ; permission to lay, construct, main-1 Crumb and X. L. Douglas, mort
club drove his Hup and with : tain and operate, a spur or side-j gagers, to J. (J. Douglas, mortgagee,
him were Mrs. Myers. Mr. and Mrs. track on Harrison Street, beginning ( bearing date the first day of June.
A. A. C.itrr'ck and Miss Frii ke of . at a point Seventy feet (70') east of 1914, and recorded in the Recorder's
Omaha, w'.o is the house guest of 'the East line of Xinth Avenue and office of Maricopa County, Arizona,
the Carrickr. Harry More of the j Eight feet S') south of the north ! in Book 15 of Chattel Mortgages at
City market drove his silver crey line of Harrison Street, and running page 71 thereof, by reason of the
Ford ai,d with him were Mrs. More! thence due easterly along Harrison failure of the said mortgagors to
and the ir little ton. Mr. and Mm. j Street to the center of Fifth Ave-j pay the same when due; and
Leo Pinnell and Mrs. John McCoy, j nue, as indicated by blue-print at-j. WHEREAS there is now due anil un
Harry Cartmel of the Grand Avenue i tachefl hereto and made a part;raj,i ,,n s:ljd indebtedness to the un
garage drove his big SU'debaker and i hereof. ! dersigned the s.im of $.'145.20 am'
with him were John McCoy and son,! Section 2. That saiJ track shall ! interest thereon since January 15.
Robert. Mr. Moore and son of theibe laid on the established grade of!i!tir,t at the rate of in'i per annum:
Sugar factory and Herman Sherer of said street and avenues, and shall be j XOW, THEREFORE, the property
the E. J. Fiock company. Harry ; used, laid maintained and operated j described in said mortgage, to wit:
Conner, local manager of the tele- : subject to all ordinances, rules and j n .nat property known as the
phone company and Miss Little maiio i regulations now .in force and effect BERLIN DYE WORKS, situated in
::ie trip in a Metz. Joe Home of the or that, hereafter may be ordained, , t!,e cj, v f)f phoenix, Maricopa
G'endale nurseries also orove a Met, i prescribed or provided by the tom
and was jiceompanied by a lady from ; mission of the City of Phoenix-.
Phoenix. I Section 3' That the privilege and.
Each Glendaleiie was deeorat.l permission hereby granted may at i
w.th a badge (lorn ten oy me i.ien- .any lime ne revoKen ny uie com-1
lc- Xevvs, while President Mers of mission of the City
the Men's club provided a Glendale j Section 4. This
nf Phoenix,
ordinance shall
County, Arizona, together with all
j f 1 1 purtenanccs thereunto belonging.
including one horse and wagon, used
I in said business.
Said propmy, or so much thereof
pennant .for each car.
i take effect and be in force thirty
j as may be neces.sary, will be sold
pursuant to the power of sale in said
mortgage, contained, at public sale
The Glendale male quartette, com-; days (30) after its passage and ap- K h'ihest bidder for cash on
posed of Harry J. Conner Harry i prowil by the Mayor, and prior to ! Wednes,iav. the twentv-eighth da'v of
More, John McCoy and Leo Pinnell, jus becoming effective and operative nri
GLENDALE
OFF TO THE DAM CELEBRATION
GLEXDALE. April 16. About twenty-five
people went to Roosevelt.
i where they spent the night and par
ticipated in. the high water celebra
Ition there. In George Protzman's
Hupmobile were himself. President C.
H. Tucker of the Glendale State
bank, R. M. Tuckey and John O'Mal-
sang
every
Glendale into the hearts of shall be published as required by I
one at .the big lake.
-o-
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.'
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ORDINANCE NO. o9
An Ordinance granting the Atchison,
Topeka and ,Santa Fe Railway
Company, a corporation, or Its as
signs, the privileges of building a
- spur or sidetrack upon .Harrison
.. Street between Ninth Avenue and
the center of Fifth Avenue.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM
MISSION OF THE CITY OF FHOE
XIX, as follows:
Section 1. That the Atchison, To
peka and Santa Fe Railway Com
pany, a corporation, or its assigns. Is
That portion of said Berlin Dye
h i". Ti 'i t cir- i . f .lii. fill' rf Tthnanlr
and the cost of the publication of , 'orks used in the dyeing and clean
ti.i. rw-.i .h t :,, ..... viir.B of garments wil be sold at
"aid Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
Railway Company, a corporation.
PASSED by the Commission of the
City of Phoenix this 9th day of April.
!l915.
1 APPROVED this 9th day of April.
! 1913.
GEO U. YOUNG,
ATTEST: Mayor.
FRANK THOMAS.
City Clerk.
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, West Jefferson Street, Phoenix,
j Arizona, at 10 o'clock A. M.
I "The remainder of the said property
; of said Berlin Dye Works, cons'sting
j of one horse, harness and wagon,
counter, desk, presser, clothes frames
and other articles used ill connection
with said work, will be sold at 117
North First Avenue, Fhoenix, Arizona
at 10.3H o'clock A. M. on said day,
to satisfy the debt secured by said
m.utgage, the attorney's ree provided
for in said mortgage and the costs
NOTICE OF CHATTEL MORTGAGE ' and expenses of these foreclosure
SALE j proceedings.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN j Dated: April IGth, 19 13.
that whereas default has occurred in J. G. Douglas
the condition of that certain chattel Mortgagee.
ADDED ATTRACTION
LION. THEATER
ALL DAY TODAY, STARTING AT 10 A. M.
ROOSEVELT DAM CELEBRATION
RT C the water flowing over the Spillway-the
& L Speakers-the crowds-Different views of
Dam, the Lake and everything of interest at celebration
ALL SHOWN BY SLIDES AT THE
LION THEATER

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