ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1915.
Properly Fitted Glasses
will correct that error of vision and
make seeing the pleasure it should
be to you.
Northrop Optical Go. '
f East Adams St.
Prescription lenses ground III our
Everything in Lumber
HAIR GOODS FOR SALE
Ladles' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing,
Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair
Dressing; Expert Chiroporists, all
foot troubles removed. Molea and
wirtB removed by electricity.
SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY
St East Adams Street
E. S. WAKELIN
A good work team, wagon and
harness, for sale, cheap.
Phoenix Wood & Coal Co.
223 S. Third St.
Cor. 2nd Ave. & Jackson
AUTO STROP RAZOR
. Pay your money and
take your choice then
I J buy a Rubber-set shav
' ing brush, a tube . of
Williams' Luxury Shav-
ing Cream and enjoy a
woTOKCircu rcuvenv- lst m. & abuts
Free. Free, in Our Hardware De
partment, to every lady who buys $5
worth of goods in our Hardware line,
we w ill give a set of 3 Aluminum Sauce
Pans. Don't forget it.
McKEE'S CASK STORE
PHOENIX OIL CO.
to autos, & gals, or over.
Znrolene F0c Gallon
221 W. Jefferson. Phone 1330
Demand St. Brands
WHEN YOU HAVE ANY
DONE SEE THAT THIS
Is on it or that It la don. by
one of the firms below, who
are entitled to use it:
ARIZONA STATE PRESS
CAPITOL PRINTING CO.
MORRIS PRINTING CO.
W ATKINS PRINTING CO.
THE QUALITY PRESS
(Signed) Label Committee
i .-KB rniTtnM f .U 1 ( & eoor
Or (dura money. AH faciei. lor I r -inns.
i-urcirfU .:r.u atuw - ' "
- , itu hue. CU)utf UCC
MARVIN'S MUSIC llf
In a Hurry
Then send your films to BERRY
HILL'S for developing and print
ing. Careful work always.
Of Local Interest
Stored Water Facts
Water Service Report for April 16 by
Special Phone to The Republican
Elevation of Witter in reser
voir, s p. m G.1S
Contents, aire feet 1,380,510
(lain picceuing 1 houre, acre
Intake reading -.83
Flow from gates at fi p. m.,
second feet 1 .200
Klcation yea.- ago ' 144. Sit
Contents year ago 362,'JMS
Flow of Verde and Salt rivers
at Cranite Reef dam, M. I... 33!VJtiO
Amount of water used for irri
gation, north side. M. 1 3J.0SS
Amount of water used for irri
gation, south side, M. 1 33.J20
LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
6 a.m. 6 p.m.
Temperature, degrees .... ."7 'iii
Sensible temperature lit !:!
Humidity pi r cent rr, 4-;
Wind direction NW NW
Wind velocity, miles .... 12 N
Rainfall T T
Weather Cldy Cldy
Highest temperature 71
Lowest temperature "1
.Mean relative humidity 4S'
Total rainfall T
Defi-iency in temperature yester
day 5 degrt cs.
Excess in temperature since first
of month 31 degrees.
Accumulated deficiency in tempera
ture since January 1, 40 degrees.
Deficiency in rainfall yesterday .t
Dt ficii ncy in rainfall since first
of month .32 inches.
Accumulated excess jn rainfall
since January 1, 6i; inches.
Data for Tucson
Highest temperature yesterday 72
Rainfall yesterday 0
RuBERT R- RRIOOS,
PRICES PAID TODAY BY WALTER
HILL & CO.
Eggs r 13l"
Friers, per dozen $5.00
Hens, per lb. 13c
Cheese, per lb 12c
COUNTRY CLUB TEA M
Wilkinson and Mr. Dwight
is. Tl. l.
will "orve at
this aflernoi n.
be a cooked food
SALE There will
side at the Bon
for the benefit of
Ton grocery today
which will be
season, will bei
hospital. The sale,
the last one of the
in at lo o'clock. '
BACK FROM THE NORTH Tax
Commissioners Charles R. Howe and
Thomas K. Campbell will return this
morning after a trip through the five
northern counties of the state.
PRISONERS TO FLORENCE
Deputy Sheriff John Connors will
escort eight prisoners to the prison
at the prison at Flroence today.
Three of the batch are witnesses
brought here to testify in the Stcin
feld case, the other five are going
to serve varying terms.
Let Sandige fix tip your last sum
mer's nhoes. New liners put in at
small cost. We specialize in high class
work. Come through Kress', 24 West
Broadway. (Advertisement) br
for rent, Redcwills-
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholder 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 nnd 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 a you need it, fresh every
day, or buy your coffee as you need it
and keep your tickets and whenever
yon have paid for 15 lbs. of ANKOLA
COFFEE, the Aluminum Percolator is
McKEE'S CASH STORE
See Drayton at
over the wonderful road to the
wonderful dam. Comfortable, big
Columbia touring car. Rates rea
sonable. Phone 712. Chas. Lance,
1416 East Monroe.
TO MERIT TflUST
1 OF HEADERS ONE
Clean Advertising, to the Exclusion of j
1 all Patent Medicine and Fake
j Ads Methods Used by the
i . Des Moines Capital
A step toward the elimination of un
desirable advertising has been made by
the Des .Moines Capital, according)
;a report in "Newspaperdom."
j Lai's Voting, Jr., of the "Capital"
j The T)e
Moines Capital no longer ;
any medical advertising :
i whatsoever. We decided on this pol-
j icy after eliminating large quantities''
of medical advertising. The Capital pic. Ample facilities have been pro
does not publish liipmr, loan shark, J vided for tiie transportation of the
I clairvoyant, bankrupt sales, doubtful i picnickers from the city to the park.
I financial advertising and an inniinier-
aide listu classil ications m the class! -
tied department. j
Our effort has not been to make a:
bluff with advertisers, but to really I
urotect our subscribers. The Capital;
has refused considerable business that
has been accepted by so utrict a .paper
as the Chicago Tribune. We are op- i
crating under the belief that a news
paper to be really great and success
ful must have the confidence of its
readers, and to secure this confidence
it must not ilo any unworthy act or'
publish a dishonest or fraudulent ad
vertisement. We are co-operating with the Dew
Moines Admen's Club and with local
merchants in an effort to secure an
organization similar to that of Minne
apolis, in the interests of truthful ad
vertising. You inquire of us whether the Capi
tal has heard from its clean policy.
We have received innumerable con
gratulations from both local and gen
eral advertisers. We are sure that our
subscribers think more of the Des
Moines Capital and their aproa has
meant better results for the advertis
ers that do use the paper.
We assure you and all those who
may be interested in our program in
Moines that our object is to se
cure the confidence of our readers, and
we want to secure this confidence by
meriting it. There are many medical
properties that we would not advise
our friends or members of our family
to take; consequently we believe it un
fair to advertise them in the Capital.
We also feel certain that ultimately
every newspaper will adopt the same
ground of censorship, and we think
that the battle for clean and decent
advertising has just begun.
TO PINAL COUNTY Tax Com
missioner Zander leaves this morning
'r. the "Yelow Peril" on a trio to
I'orence and other points in Pinal
county or the commission.
NEW MEMBER OF PHARMACY
! BOARD Governor Hunt, yesterday
j accepted the resignation of Oearge
I Martin, Jr.. of Tucson from the state
j pharmacy board, and in his place ap-
pointed Forman Hanna of Globe a
member of that bode.
FELDSTEIN SENTENCED The
count Von Steinfeld, convicted o'
adultery was sentenced yester
day by the superior court to twelve
to foul teen months in the peniten
tiary at Florence. He will not .be
taken over there for several days, his
case having gone to the supreme
GETTING. READY FOR BIG SALE
The big stock of merchandise of the
Rosenstein itore at 240 East Washing
ton street, which was recently thrown
into a receivership will be placed on
the market today. Mr. I.eftwich. in
charge, has had a force of men at work
all week getting the store into shape
for a big sale, beginning this morning.
MEMBERSHIP DINNER The
chamber of commerce has just decid
ed upon a membership dinner for some
night in Mav. These dinners are
handled by the membership committee
and at yesterday's meeting of the
board of directors, that committee was
told to report on a possible eat feet
early next month. ' .
..STRATHY IS APPOINTED Gor
don Strathy, for several mouths em
ployed as special officer by the Ari
zona Eastern, was yesterday sworn in
as a policeman. Chief of Police George
O. Hrisbois having appointed him to
take the place of Motorcycle Policeman
Gulley who has been transferred to the
office of the city collector.
W. 0. W. MEMORIAL All Wood
men of the World and the Woodmen's
Circle are invited to attend the me
morial service Sunday at 1:30. P. M..
at K. P. Hall. Everybody who ban
flowers shouid bring them along for
decorating the graves of the departed
sovereigns of whom there are many in
the different cemeteries and none
should be overlooked, is the consul
FROM SANTA FE Miss Salotna Sal
rron of Santa Fe, New Mexico is a
guest at the. home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Hvdcr on North Fifth street.
Miss Salmon is an old
r.f the Hvders, her
Nathan Sainton, who
John Hyder's boyhood
Salmon is one of
ousiness-'men of New
fill her being
was one of
Mexico and is
president of the Merchants' Associa
tion of Santa Fe. Mr. and Mrs. Sal
mon are planning to join their daugh
ter here m n few weeks, coming
overland in their touring car. in
which they will probably continue
on to the coast to see the expositions
On their trip to Phoenix they will
probably lit accompanied by Chief
Justice Roberts of the supreme court
of New Mexico.
CARD OF THANK'S
We wish to express our sincere
thanks and appreciation to the mem
bers of the Masonic fraternities, as
well as to our many other friends who
extended aid and sympathy during our
bereavement occasioned by the death
of our father. Francis A. Shaw. For the
many beautiful floral olenngs we are
FRANCIS A. SHAW, JR.
Pianos, for rent, Redewills Adver
Anunal Reunion of 'the
Hawkeve Socictv Todav.
There Will lie 'a Large
Attendance and an In
residents of the state of
lowa and this city and vicinity are
alive with them, will meet at River-
park for an annual reunion
of course will include a pic-
They will consist of jitneys
wither automobiles. Eleven
has been fixed as the hour
beginning of the festivities,
f the reunion. Soon sifter
the dinners will be eaten
half past one the program of music
a i ,1 speaking will begin under the
direction of Dr. J. C Norton, the
president of the Iowa society.
The principal address will be by
Judge . W. Barrows on the sub
ject of "Early Reminisences of
A poem will be read by Mr.
Andrew Downing, who has been
elected poet laureate for life of the
Illinois society but that honor does
not bar bis of filiating in a similar
capacity for other state societies.
The subject of the poem will be "The
Hawkeyes." The reading of the poem
will be followed by a quartette com
posed of former residents of Iowa
assisted by a chorus.
The reunion will be closed with an
athletic contest in the course of
hieh a fong program containing
many unique events will be carried
out. There will be aquatic events ill
the swimming pool, a man's laugh
ing contest; a ladies' smiling contest,
a girls' whistling contest, a girls'
rag chewing contest and many other i
specially patented events beside the
older ones on which the patents have
POPULAR MOVIE STAR
FIRST TIME AT LAIIARA
Beulali Poynter, who has made a re
putation b"fore American screen audi
ences as an interpreter of heroine roles
from Mrs. Augusta J. Evans Wilson's
books, will be sei n tor the first time
in Ph ifni.x ti.da at the LamaiiU thea
ter in a splendid Ameiican heart in
terest drama "Born Again."
Miss Po titer has become since she
has been assigned the roles noted
above one of the most popular 4 if all
screen actresses because of the won
derful popularity of the books from
which her characterizations are taken.
Her work in Lena Rivers stamped her
as an artist of the first water. Re
cently she starred for the Cosmos
company in "The I.itle Girl He For
got.' and still more recently she por
trayed the leading female rule in "Beu
liih," the secpiel of St. Elmo, which re
cently showed at the Lamara theater.
It is of interest to know alno that
the management of the Lamara thea
ter has obtained the use of "Keulah"
for Phoenix and it will lie shown in
a few weeks. However the most in
teresting thing is that Beulah Poynter
can be seen in the offering at the La
"I see that Iceland has gone dry,"
observed the old fogy.
"That's tough, replied the
"Why is it tough?" asked
"Iceland is one of t lie few places
where snakes tire never seen," replied
the grouch. Milwaukee Sntinl.
CROWDS AT ARIZONA
PLEASED WITH TILLIB
At i special matinee today and the
evening performance the Arizona thea
ter will tiller for the last time what is
without doubt the greatest sought pro
ducer the silent .drama has ever pro
duced. With such well known stars as Marie
Dressier. Chas. Chaplin and Mabel
Normand in' "Tillie's Punctured 'Ro
mance" the Arizona has done one of
the best week's business in the history
of that institution, they should with
out doubt play to capacity tonight, ow
ing to it being the last night.
This will maik the second moving
picture that has ever enjoyed a full
week's ran arid to crowded houses
which the picture is morethan justified
In drawing. Tomorrow the Arizona
will offer a new bill "A Modern Mag
dalen" with Catherine. Countiss and
Today's aflernon performance will
be the final matinee of the Redmond!
(ompany at the Columbia and the
i utlook for a record breaking attend
ance is indicted by the sale for the
performance. "Stop Thief" which has
been the cm rent wek's bill is per
haps the best legitimate comedy to
be offered by the aggregation since
it took up house at the Adams street
house and has drawn exceptionally
well. It is a strong matinee bill and
with that fact collided with the ad
vance reservation it should make the
final matinee notable in the engage
ment. With but two more perform -ences
to follow the afternoon show
the chances to bid goodbye to Mr.
Redmond and his players is limited.
The company finished Sunday with
To fully appreciate
goodness in shoes
you should get a
pair of the famous
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
We pay special at
tention to the prop
er fitting of your
The "New Way" Men's
SO MANY PEOPLE
have been looking for a good
Tooth Paste. We now have it,
Tooth Paste 25c
Sold only at our drug store and
ELVEY & MJLETT
Phoenix Phones 411 & 441. Mail
orders go out every day.
Special Gas Engine Oil
A cheap distillate for gasoline en
gines of six or more horse power.
Till gal. drums. X' els. gal.
WILKEY & WARTMAN OIL CO.
Phone 1887. 143 W. Jeff.
"Stop Thief and Monday will put
on "In The Bishop's Carriage" for
the benefit of the I. O. O. F. lodge.
Two Comedies at Lion Today
Fatty Arbuckle, the funny come- ;
iian is seen at the Lion theater to-
day in a Keystone comedy called
"Fatty 111 it New Role" which is
very amusing. "When the Fire Bell
Rang" a Beauty comedy featuring 1
Virginia Kirtley is also very good
and will please any audience. The
two leel number today is by the
Broncho players and called "'Phe
Chinatown Mystery." It is a picture
full of thrills and very interesting.
Tomorrow the Lion shows a one day
program in which Fie LaBadie is
seen in a Thanhauser feature called
"The Adventures of Florence," augu
mented by "The' Mutual Weekly and
a Keystone comedy. As an added
feature today the Lion shows the
Celebration sit Roosevelt dam ill
slides and tliey should not be
War Drama at Plaza
For today only the great European
war stbry. "For Home and Coun
try" will be the feature at the plaza
theater while the fourteenth serial of
"The Million lftdlar Mysteru" will
help make things interesting. There
are six reels of pictures at the
Plaza every day and the Hart family
appear twice every night. Today
Karl P. Hart appears as an Italian
musician in songs a'nd recitations,
wVnie Adeline and Hilly Hart are
heard as "The Bowery Kids" in con
versational songs and dances. Floyd
Hart tickles the ivories.
Charlie Chaplin Wins at Empress
Charlie Chapliu's first appearance
at the Empress last evening, was
surely appreciated, us there was a
continuous roar of laughter, from
first to last.
Hughie Mack and Wallie Van. also
did their part, in another comedy.
"A Man of Parts" whilea splendid
three reel Lubin drama held the
strictest attention of the crowd. It
was surely an interesting feature, in
which Joseph Smiley and Lilie Les
lie played the important parts. One
of the. best attractions of the pro
gram was the regular llearst-Selig
Weekly News, in which were shown
many important pictures in the cur
rent events. This very strong pro
gram, will be shown today and to
morrow, with a matinee each after
FIND VALUABLE PAPERS The
police last evening pickel up some va
luable papers belonging to Samuel L.
Butler. Mr. Butler is unknown to tile
officers and the papers are held at the
police station pending his arrieal and
identification of his property.
NEW CORPORATION The. Cres-
cent Drug company of Mesa filed its
papers of incorporation with the
county recorder yesterday. The in- j
corporators ate Frank A. fluff and
J. D. Robertson. The capital of the'
new company is $2"),(i0() 'with a parj
value per share of $10. Jlii.OMft is
given as the highest amount of in
debtedness to which (he company
shall be subject. ... I
In buying your groceries here you have a large line
of standard articles to select from and our prices '
will help reduce the high cost of living for you.
Fine Uanch Uutter 25c lb
1 -!K-fl sack "1 Joss" best Kansas llard-Wln-at
Flonr and ! '--b can Jack Frost Hakinu;
G Mxtra Fancy Dill Pickles 10c
tSlollw crck's Cocoa, can 10c
: Packages Primrose Wheat . . : 45c
;) Lare Cans Pork and Deans 25c
(5 Holland Herring, extra fa. ncy 25c
218 West Washington St. Telephone 1508
Fat liens ..20c lb
German Pot Roast 15c lb
Brisket Hoilin- Beef 3 lbs 25c
Salt Poik 15c lb
Linsenuicvcr's Special Paeon 18c lb
Snirar Cured Corn Beet . 12V2C lb
Pure Kettle I tendered Lard : 15c lb
119 Xoth First Avenue Telephone 107!)
TODAY, APRIL 17
Lunch and Fruit Punch served with our compliments.
3 TO 9 P. M.
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