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PAGE THREE
MOOSE 10 SELL TICKETS TO
' THE JOSTOK STQ K-tt ' '
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THE AKIZOXA PEPUPLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1915
C
DIAMOND RING CONTEST
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for
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50 Rebate
WE ARE COMING 300,000 STRONG
The est.ib'ished merits of Ford cars.
The matchless Service Records of Ford cars.
The ail-around utility of Ford cars.
The smpll purchase price of Ford cars.
The low cost to operate and maintain Ford
nverncang about two cents per mile.
The profit-sharing with, retail buyers.
FORD GARAGE
Ed. Rudolph,
Adorns St.
Agent I j I
Phoenix, Arizona 1
30R-10
Live lloosc. to tlio number if a
izen and a half have agreed to enter
diamond ring contest not that
I they may win tlio ring away from
! :ny f the young women now in the
j runniiiK. hut that they may sell five
tickets apiece for the present eon
I testaiits. The credit in votes for these
tickets will lie given to the contestant j cyclists
j reaching the seller lirst after next
i Tuesday, when all. the '.Hi coupons have
: been disposed of.
The chaps who are going thus to
aid the cause, are Walter Van Tyne,
K. (i. liuvidson, Tom Adams, 1. A.
Davis. .M. .VlcCnnn, '. 10. Hush. It.
Manstiel.l. W. M. Jones. C. V. Knell,
Tom linnnan, I I. X. Maellean, A. I,.
I'll. mi, II. .M. I'loming, lr. n. l!oido,
K. jr. Jac llemin. A. V. Costigan,
W alter Hayt. I r. '. I. Hughes.
There are now four young women
competing for the diamond ring and
-other prizes to bp, Riven for sale or
tickets to the Moose 2011-mile motor
cycle race. They are Miss Mary Tay
lor, Mrs. Kessie M. Way, Miss Klinuie
Schrab and Miss Julia .lacobson.
Banquet for Riders
The Moose boosting committee has
decided to ifive the riders, lnot.ir-
md their friends, together with
all Aluose, a banquet and dance the
night of the race. May V.l. The checks
will be presented to the winners with
appropriate after dinner speeches, and
a general good time will be had i,v
all.
Hikers At Florence
The Moose hikers, who are piiuj,"
to Mooseheart, Illinois, to boost for
the location of tin sanitarium iu
the Salt Xtiver valley will be in Flor
ence today. (Ii'nrKe Voltz, the leader
reports; fine receptions and much' en
thusiasm all alun the way.
EQUALIZATION BOARD
HEARS COMPLAINTS
PICTURES TAKEN IN
Then Meets as Commission
Transacts Routine Business
and
SPECIAL fflEETIRGS TO BE
HELD m GOOO ROADS MEN
.Suable V:k
j..r Tii.'sun (
S.ti un!.t-;
. -si n-i;it i -n to
id' 'i 'liilllil 1 c-S
Outlined' J
. I T-
oldelence ji.o,
ci-tol-S i.t!AI"
1 ISc
IC liUCSt:
im W. 1 ran. is. Flagstaff; Kred
oiler. I ,lt. rwlh ; J. .M. Sparks,
-lias; Ceo. A. i'oi.tc, Kafford; Sam
ih.im. I'lifton: l'at Hose, Oiobe;
ir Waikcr, Kingman; Win. A.
Mouor, Tcniie; Harry J. Karns, No-
M.ise I irachnian, Tucson; V.
nc,-; A. J. Kddy. Yuma;
, Present t; W. II. Clark,
I'lai.l.- s'.l;. s'!..n
l,e iot, r si in v,
.ill. ,1 ai ti,.- Til
for th- fir-1 time
i s. r pta- ni ing t i
si. n.-, u-ll
r ke, p
1 I o
.11 '
1 I
i in i 1
I he lie
the gu
..:.,IV
. io for
win i
I. It the
- --noil!
l-'c: :
e ,!.!
meet
p-m.
n
- th
.f t
at Tin
the I,. iar.l 1
every ctiilll- :
mid a special1
ion the diree- ;
Is Associat i. in :
I lie Kxei-utivn I
s at lunch- ;
pi.tl It l iy con- i
d. Il is sua
sion he called
v in August, ,
e I r.a lid fan-
lie association
n are: ,
gal
Y. I "rice, II
Win. Slephi
llolhrool;.
The chairman of
er visors of every -
lli
lid.
lias t civcl
inu him to
wit h
the
friends ef K.
In ad.iinou
ehamW, rs of
lit, in such
Harry Welch,
ai.d also seer
i wire
intend
ther
the hoar.l of sup
inity in the state.
, especially mvit
the conference,
members of the
minty engineer and alT
d roads.
representatives of tho
commerce will hi pres
iiiimbi is, that Secretary
of the fiioeiiix ihamhet
etary of the koo, ronds
association l.clb"
l'..ssil.l.- to have
the secretary of
al i.ru'aniz.-ilinns.
a s t hat it may In'
a formal meeting of
the s-,;ite comincri'i-
DOING
has 1.. el
- that : 1
I,
la - X. a
l-.lt. s .
err i-a .
-. ! . s ai
sa;. ,.!'.
II .! s
in-'i. .
1. .!-. r
b.js wh
Ti:
, S 11
WITKOUT WATER
n pr..voo hy actual eN'ieri
a: !1 rodents arid regions
live tor two or three yeTirs
i!..' and without any water,
ails in Mexico'- Kail l.ini-
I the animals ol tile iles-
did ill Illakini; tllrlll
iiiiiepemh lit el' the water
1 . m r
. ,,le
ws in tin
i' i
Hino
nn r i -. . .
i- ,- had
n
in. .r-
en
,r. often f.
v there is no
ne!- tinaja in a
1 wl.i.h the
liny Know Icie.
i!c-r moiiatain shi-ej
r. tlii.nsli Mexicans
.round that
dents or of
n t;rcat niitn
uali'r m arer
listant nioitn
could hardly
animals in the arid regions are much
less dependent on water than those of
moist. -r regions. I'attle will live well
for mouths without any other water
than the juice of the cactus, which
piai.t is also their principal means of
SlthsiM.ince. l-.veu hofs. s do not
...me in to drink of their own free
v iil every day during the winter. In
al thini?
Meetini;
vest erday
sion tn-a:
Baptist,
pri. -tors
tot;eth-r
put out
building
her. and
as a board of eiiialiat ion
lnoriiina', the cily i-ommis-
r.d complaints from '. 1 :.
of f. 1!. Haptist .v.- i'o pro
if the stationery store which
with otiier concerns were
of business when the Jones
was destroyed last Xovein
fri.ni John llolahan owner
ts on West
,1 that a p
l'emilte
which
s. whil.
Adams street,
utio n of last
1 to hini he
destroyed bis
llolahan had
off. I
whii
wit h
h his
ref.
two
ence
lots
online ,iisine
e coiutllissioll
d the session
Mion. Mayor
s was
in. ct
of the
Y an:;
of the tw
Haptist :
year's taxes be
cause of tile fil
sto.-k and fixtur
a complaint to
to th.- rate at
v, ere assessed.
Nothing but r
eon id. ted at th
it i whii h follow
hoard of e.iualiz
vas unable to l,e presi nt and his
p'rir-p was taken by Vice-Chairman
fope. A nnou ncoment heititf made of
approval by the governor of the
snviidl a m.-ndment s to the city char
ter voted upon at the last o-neral
id. '.lion. 'ommissioner lticliey siiir-
peslfil that it would be Well lo have
l.ni'il copies of the city charter with
the amendments included printed, lnu
for thf use of tlie city, county and
state officials, and the r. maiinler for
sale .at cost, to those re'iuirinsr such
copies. A m.aion to that effect car
tied. Thf city attorney was in-'t ructed to
secure front the general land office
eertjfi. d copies of any documents on
file neressarv to aid him in his in
ves! iiait ion of the statutes of the sit
uation arising from the proposed
widenintr of Van Ituren strc.t.- The
cily manrisrer was instructed to is
sue .1 warrant for such sum as mav
he . reonired to corer the expense of
sectiriiie; the necessarv papers.
The commission will meet nsi.iin
this morning as a hoard of eijtmliza-tion.
TO
THE EMPRESS SOON
Long Awaited Event to be Consumated
Soon on the Screen at the Empress.
Scenes From All Parts of City
and Valley to be Shown
'ar'son
and it:
r askcl
f Arizona" produced in
environs will answer
ipiestion, when is the
ini to exhibit lo
il Wielding
"Mr. (
Phoenix
the Ions.
KllllU'eSr-
pictures'
' I'i'tures tin- story of which have
hi in writ ten by liotnaine fiehliuK. and
the j roiluclion staffed by him, with Mr.
fielding also taking the leading part,
an- sure to he one of the biggest at
traciions ever thrown on a screen in
.;nv movie house in I'hoenix.
Scenes in the eiiy, with the actors all
well known by this time to most of
the pi ojile ,,f the city, are of more than
ordinary interest.
Theater parties for the nights when
the picture is to he shown are already
being forrni d anil evidences of a large
attendance .are already making them
selves apparent.
bt Wear
AW make tho boast and not without just reason that our showing of
lummer Materials
janatifiuil
cmhraci
lieve w(
mav ilcsii'c, from a
correct and stjlish we Tie
summer dress fabrics Mm
to the finest imitorted voiles, orandvs
a comprehensive! display of what is really
are in a position to show vou anvthing in
:V calico
or crepes.
'LET US SHOW YOU"
In a variety o
shades in bulli
' beautiful designs and atterns
Dresden and conventional
ilcsiu'iis, inches wide
showing all the dainty season
3e
t waf
to g
; my 1 1 a vels i
our animals
; -ry second d.. " :
: . f that western
i the animals ki
good condition.
i
in one occasion in
re. pure j hors. s and nuiles trav.
and in-, and had no water for
; the u
o with,
such i
d-sert
p in
for
ut water o -
the i'llstom
country, and
surprisingly
li.aiis ,u.-i.t
ram f d!s.
M..r.ov.
a" an inted;
: !l in
tail. .1 dee,
lllati;.. th.
drila; mil
Kir.lv He
that th
drink onlv w hen
I h:
i a;, nt a in!
in .ra . t hat
in eastern
it on theauthority
i.l.si rvant Aincri
wiiile the whit"-
nora drink reg-
hotirs. It was only
suffered, and this
tl'.e quality of the
than from tl'.e lack
March our
led all d.iy
sevent v-six
the horses that
was more from
water they had
of it.
m
t. i n purls never
which happens
i-i n their t racks !
1 1
.1,-el w
rorn v.
;t ii
ciii'
ast
nt.
iin
Man's closest companion, the dog,
however, cannot adapt itself to des
ert conditions, feside.s suffering from
thirst, the hot soil makes its feet
son, and it does not know on which
there, although he leg to stand. Kven the dogs of the
ri elsewhere not very j Indians, when they travel, stay pant
A not her American of ing in what little shade they can find
den. e. who has shot j under the bushes during the hot part
t I.iaoi tad, confirms ' of the day, and only follow their
its vc
it rains.
never i
hoi,
tiUI
LOCAL IUSIC1S 10
ATTEND THE FESTIVAL
I,;
that domesl icated
masters
Kansas
in tlie coo!
Cily Star.
,f the evening.
The I.ionnial festival of the Na
tional federation of Musical clubs to
be held in ,os Angeles in June is
attracting much attention locally. The
musicians' ebib will be officially rep
resented by its president, Mrs. Ar
thur Cihhons Htihtt and Mrs. Wil
liam H. Hefty.
Any other members of tlie
who are planning to attend, in
to be properly accredited must
in their names to the secretary
W. L. l'inney before May l.a. others,
not members of the federated club,
who care to attend may do so hy
joining the federation as an assoiate
member through the recommendation
of the stale vice-president, Mrs. I,.
K. I lew ins. .
club
order
hand
Mrs.
Vr , m-j! r? (cr$s tt sitek&wi
. la mmwm Mm wmm
mV Tjiil 1 11 , 8 f!,,J
"7 win -Mr
. 'Y .... 1. In 1 H M 'A'mi
i ir irm a
A
:zi Ti i
Slid Ymi ilnVW?
Ycur Trial Bottle?
IF yen did, yoti Ictiow now limv dctfcioiis, rich
it is. You know that when diluted with five
(WILL MOT FERMENT)
'.nd Grnpey"
parts of water
it tastes better than straight Grape Juice. You know that it costs
only :i fourth as much as (Irape Juice. A twenty-five ceut bottle con
tains enough for twelve full sized glasses. If you have not triml it, get
A Trial Bottle That Will Make 4 Glasses for 10c
lor sale al your grocer's in 10c, 25c ami
50c bottles or at soda fountains 5c a aass, -
EAGLE BOTTLING WORKS '
K. Jefferson Distributors. I'hone l:is7
SUPPLY BILL'S FINAL
(Continued from Page One)
lie said "is a brnevolnnt institution for
taking care of t-tenogra phrs, and I am
Informed t hut they are not needy per
sons; some of them are not for I hav.
"ui-en told that a half dozen of them
are fighting the income tax. Whi-ti. v
er a uuestion is raised regarding tlie
amount ot an appropriation, the in
oiury is at once niaile whether a. re
duction of it would throw any stenog
rapher out ef a job. There is no re
sponsibility anywhere. The appropria
tions are all out of proportion to tin
work to ho done." Mr. Craham alsc
attacked the a ppropria t ion. Mr. New
bury's motion to increase it failed but
it could not be reduced.
Wlun. in the course of the reading.
the sections relating to the office of
a I tornev general were reached, the sal
arv of that official being $l!T,0n a, year,
Mr. Christy said that here was an ap
propriation he would like to raise, lie
was ashamcil of tin salary: It was ah
sur.l that the salary of the chief law
officer of (he state should he no more
than that of a mere secretary, clerk or
stenograph r. l!ut it appeared that
there was no way bv which the salary
could be increased at this time, no that
the incumbent wonhl he benefitted.
Tilings ran along with reasonable
smoothness until the sect inns providing
for the tax commission were encount
ered and no special objection was
raised to any of them until the house
came to the subdivision appropriating
fil.naii for "ether persons." Who were
thr-e other persons, it was asked. It
was brought out that experts might
he required to determine the valuation
of mining properties and. legal counsel
in litigation growing out of the assess
ment of sm-li properties.
Mr. Christy here, resumed an attack
he hail recently made upon the mem
bers of the commission, especially Mr.
Zander. He said, if he had devoted hit
,iine to attending to the duties of his
office instead of loafing about the
house and corridors there would he no
need of employing other indefinite
persons in the office of the comm's
sii in.
Mr. Cook raised a point of order: he
did not believe that it was proper to
call an officer ef the state a loafer. The
court hel.l that the point was not well
taken and Mr. Christy continued Ids
observations upon the incompetency of
the tax commission. Mr. Tapper said
i fiat one member of the commission, who
it had lieen stated was the ablest mem
oir oi n, nan spent anont $3Ui.iiuil on
a mine in Yavapai county to ascertain
that there was not a pound of ore in
the property and he could not there
fore be expected to go far in determ
ining the value of a. mine for taxable
purposes.
Nor, said Mr. !oodwin, could any
man who was not an expert and it
would not he much of an expert who
could in. employed for $G.non. He
therefore sarcastically moved to amend,
raiding the nppropriat ion for "other
persons" fi-om $fl,noil to $100,000.
Mr. .f-raham reviewed at length the
subject of attempteii mine tax Tcgi.tr
lation in the regular session and the
same subject in the first legislature.
All attempts to change the amount of
the nppropriat ion faile.1 and other nn-
jiropriations for the commission went
through almost unchallenged. The to
tal anproprint ion for this department is
J-I2.S00.
Attempts were made in vain to cut
down appropriations for traveling ex
penses for the various offices and com
missions though it was pointed out that
they had been made without considera-
A most jileasim? iind dainty fabric, drapes most beautifully, small floral designs
printed on white and colored Li-rounds,
worth yard, special
e
iplaslb Voiles
On
accept et
tile season's
and daintv
and costs but
leaders, an exceetlin
patterns, looks like
;ly pretty and stylish fabric
sixty, ..vears like fifty,
in all the
One oi
siiis
I!.S i i H-
' the
;i re
lies
D
sheericst
rich and
wide, van
of sheer fabrics and
handsome. ;; and
I
!rcatly in voLine
this season- -the de-
Imported Mice amd Lac
I 'rc-t
d vie, i
loths.
uinentlv two of the season's leaders in
Cloth
of
ainty Dresd
MS inches
en d
wit
esiu,!is primed on
, i i .
special, vaio
verv
every respect cloths
fine lace and seeded
extreme
e
Kverybody knows this
washing oualities the
(ienuine Klaxon extra spet
fabric
doth
OFUS
knows its true worth and exceptional wearing and
permanent linen linish. .
wi
ial
the
Our showings of fine whiti
kindred lines is a revelation
LMVen to yraduation fabrics.
roods, voiles, crepes, fancy -whites, onjaiidys, and
1' the season s classy goods special attention
Summer Corsets
Made by II. & (I. Corset
from IS to oO rustless
quality summer net.
if 1,00 summer
corsets . .
Co. in sizes
onin'4", best
The best
7B
$loOO Silk Gloves
Oiu
length
gloves,
sizes,
special
superior
dollar
blacks
xtra
quality 10 button
ti'iiarauteed silk
and white. All
c
dimmer w
liKTTKR IX STY LM, SUPUIMOlt
d2
aslhi Starts
CHEAPER
HI CI
At
J x tcket
1.1
all sizes, a snecial valut
Tailored Skirts of white pique, medium size welts trim
med in large pearl buttons, cut new style, having two
I At 1L39
1 in,', ne .v voko belt,
At
belt, a serviceable1
I
9 ets. hi-
Made of fine
club pockets,
crepe, ratine, white,
trimmed in neat pearl
with deen hem one of our leaders, all
made with country
buttons, hip fasten-sizes.
and
Tailored skirts of a fancy white basket pique, showing
the now Peggy from Pari."; pocket, pearl buttons and yoke
good style garment, all sizes.
Skirts of exceptional value, made of fine cotton gabar
dine, trimmed in fancv pearl buttons, country club pock-
It waist line belt a skirt we recommend, all sizes.
At SB4-oS
button fas
ten in
.Extra large size tailored skirts made of fine quality
white Revii), new irored model, extra full, side front
regulation waist with belt a pleasing garment.
Ask to see our new model skirts in stylish black and white checks,, black
white stripes, Palm Peach cloth and Scotch crash, most exceptional values
and
N Diamond & Bra P;oenix-ronam 2or?2i9 fnfesngfot,
lion of the ncidK of the larRe amounts
hut that a strange inconsistency ap
peared fn them.
Kate in the afternoon, when Mr.
Christy reiterate,! a charge that mem
hers outside the committee on approp
riations had had no opportunity to
know what was being done in the con
struction of the hill
leolied in heat denvini? the accuracy
of the statement. T,atcr lie apologized
to the house for the language he had
used.
Tne readinc of the hill will he re
sumed this morning. The house bill
as it now stands aggregates a little
morn than .$3,180,000. ,
The Senate
The land bill was not presented to
the senate as had been expected yes
terday morniiiK:. Chairman ytapley of
the appropi-hition committee stated
that lie had prepared a recapitulation
of a statement of the revenues of the
Chairman Powers j state exclusive f direct taxes which
was intended to be a companion piece
to his recapitulation of the proposed
expenditures. ' This. recapitulation
which he1 briefly . explained will Bet
forth the amount of the revenues of
the state for some period in the past
with the estimates for the coming year.
The sources will be given and the pub
lic will be put in possession of infor
mation -which has never before been
spread before it. The recapitulation
has been sent to the printer.
President Sims having made inquiry
as to the time when the senate might
expect the house appropriation bill,
said he would at once telegraph the ab
sent members. Dr. Bacon of Gila, and
Senators laovin and Karns who desfred
twenty-four hours' notice.
After an early adjournment the ap
propriations .and land committees of ,
the senate resumed the business of
clearing the decks for action.

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