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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, "WEDNESDAY MOKXINO, MAY 12. 1915
" H'T W' PAGE SEVEN t BATHING CAPS 35c to $1.50 (Hi ferent (lesions Free! Free! A Bex of SbinoJa Shoe Polish, with a Shi no a Brush ry c and Dauber Outfit .vC FREE! The Post Office is Opposite Free Motorcycle Delivery Telephone li)TO IGoO LASS OF NINE CREATES SENSATION WITH ORIGINAL AND UNREHEARSED DANCES I?1 Wafcv. ': At vt . or , f- V .ij,:r.i:; ."! ytr . Virpinia Myers, nine. d:.'.:rhter of ?!. ar.ri Mrs. Jerome Myers of Nsw York. ha5 bern jriving public recitals in New York city for your years. Her i'.-.:ic";' a ? evifirri c.ni fcrs, nr.rchf a: 'ed nvd snonlancous. Ruth St. P't-nir proc!&im?ri h?r "v.-onrlfi-ful,"' and Chr.ries Coburn said there had been r.o other ihi!(! li!:c her in art. I FINANCES AND ' ! MARKETS 1 . associateo press dispatch NEW YORK. May 11. The ease with which prices recovered from the ab rupt declines !' the previous day was McKEE'S Specials I5;hi;i-' of tl i.- we: !: only H lhs. Fine ir;ui. M'l-fir SI. 00 1-21 lk Highest Pat ent Flour $1.00 Other .lerei)Hriic.$3.00 $5.00 1(J lhs. Fj.ik v i.-e.$1.00 1-24 Jh. i'liuhest Pat ent Flour $100 Other Merrlpmrlise .$3.00 $5.00 1G Hs. Fine (Iran. Nuirar $1.00 1; lhs. Fan- Ifiec. .$1.00 Other Meivhandi.-e .$3.00 S5.00 These iiees are mm1 only with the combinations ahove. (Joods must he taken on eomplete order. McKEE'S CASH STORE ." cpici! ns further proof of the mark ets iiii'ierlv ins firmness. The chief l;t( tor ot the advance, which most pro nounced i.i a buoyant opening, was not iiuiet reinsurance contained in Wil son's Philadelphia address. Kncour iigomcnt ivas also felt from the cessa lion of h?:vy foreign selling whtrh contri'mte.l to tlie weakness of Uie pre ceiiinv session. In fact on all accounts. London and the continent were moder ate' buyers here. More than a third of the trailing occurred in the first hours ;ind the lai.-t half hour. Kinal prices were .it or near the best, investment issues being the most conspicuous in tlie rise. The situation growing out of the l.i'sitapia disaster was less of a depressing influence, hut foreign condi tions as a whole, especially Italy's pos sible coins.-, which formed a baisis of many con'licting rumors, were plainly deterrent of mere bullish activities. Domes! ie news included an increasing demand for copper, and the dedaration- of an initial dividend on first preferred stock of Maxwell motors. Marked steadiness of foreign exchange gave rise to f'jrtiirr rumors of British and other credits in thifl market.' Total sales of stock were filO.OHO. Total sales represented a par value that ag gregated 'J.Sr.n.000. Heaviness of gov ernment i sues was an unexplained feature of the bond list. Registered l's decline. , coupons 3's and reg istered G's 1 point on call. Metals i:iectril tic, ?19; Silver. 50 ; Cop per, firm. Stocks Amalgamated. C7; Smelting. 67'4: Santa !. 100; St. Paul, 91; New York Central. ST,; Pennsylvania, lOB'.-i: Heading. 1H; Southern Pacific, t'nion Pacific, 1:,; Steel, 52; Preferred, 106. CHOCOLATE SHOP , BEING REMODELED The Choco'ate hop is being en-: lirely remodeled thib week. The soda fountain has been increased fron: eight feet to sixteen feet. 'riday afternoon and evening the Cliocola;c Shop will hold an informal opening and reception to the public. Special Chocolate Shop punch will be si veU tree to guests from 2 to in the afternoon and from 7::!0 to ! P0 in the evening. ( The place is being painted throughout and all the booths refill -ished. The shop has made a decided hit since it opened for business a lew monins ago anu now ine pro prietors are so well satisfied with business that they are going to go in it on a larger scale. Values Extraordinary at the "Popular" Today for AD CLUB WILL ELECT OFFICERS l-'or the annual election of officers of the Phoenix Ad-club, the members will hold a meeting at the American Kitch en tomorrow noon. At that time, the new officeis will be elected, together with new directors. Sing has promised a regular sym phony of food and while the advertis ing men are chewing over the problem of who is to lead theni for the ensuing year, they can be chewing also that which nourishes. Garth W. Cate is the present presid ing officer. 36-in. Crossbar Nainsook 10c Note inehes op the width cheeked Nainsook for Pajamas, Underwear an. tod worth Children !s v 10e ner .Dresses, vard BUY & OOP 3 STOKE double. 36-Inch Silk AMUSEMENTS Fine Feature at Empress At the Empress today and tomorrow may be seen one of the best features shown for some time. "The Vin(k)sonie Widow" in which Cissy Fitzgerald makes such a hit with her famous wink. She is ably support ed by a Broadway all star cast which consists of Wally Van. Hughie Mack, Rogers Lytton, Kdwina Robins and Oeorge Stevens. This feature with two other good reels, will make a very in teresting evening. "Buckshot John" at the Arizona "I'.uekshot John." from th pen of ''has. E. Van Loan and the- first of the Van Loan dramas to appear in picture on the Paramount program. With Hobart Bosworth in the title ride the veteran screen actor is at his best in this five-part feature, the subject in adopted by Mr. Van Loan from one of his own magazine stories. Mr. Bosworth has a splendid medium for the display of his skill as a di rector and his power as an actor. This will be an offering that will be hard to beat at the Arizona for today and tomorrow only. At the Lamara Many P!:oenix picture fans enjoyed the hiige laughs that fall over each other as ttr? screening of George Klein's great picture of the Cohan and Harris farce. "Ofl;cer fif.t;" was shown yester day at The Lamara theater. It will be shown agmn today and it is needlens to say many mm folks will go in to see it. It is undoubtedly one of the funniest things that has been seen on the screen in the nature of a reproduc tion from a legitimate farce. The cast chosen livo- well up to the reputation for fun makers established by the great company tat George Cohan and Sam my Harris put together. Howard Esta brook and Oella Connor show real reel talent in i utting the laughs in the pic ture which were formerly told in the dua' manner by words and situations. "Officer 66i" is a real treat for those who like real serio comic pictures. It wiil be shown uKain today in the La mara theater, where it is always cool. Pongee at 39c A domestic Ponces with a rich lustre a beautiful quality, in na tural color, ( inches wide, well worth 75c, to day o9c per .yard. $5,00 and $6.00 Skirts at $3.95 New styles, new colors Dress skirts of all wool sers;e, prunella and ja bardine in black, navv, putty, Belgian blue and black and white Shep herd - checks, 'today at .$3.95 why pay more? Best 10c Dress Ginghams 8c Hundreds of yards solid'colors, checks, plaids and stripes in every con ceivable eolor new goods that are warranted to wash, today 8 l-3e per vard. Huck Towels Men's Work Shirts at 45c (Jood shirts, carcTully made in solid blue and fancy stripes, sizes 1 IU to 17, on sale todav at 15c. Best Apron Today 7c Better towels than you are in the habit of iret tin.i?" for 10c Kw 18x3(i, .have red borders and are Gingham 7c The real " Amoskea-'' in blue and brown checks the same others sell ai 8 1 -:c, here today 7e per vard. Latest Style Dresses Worth Up to $5 at Dainty Summer Dresses--a beautiful selection in the most wanted style effects, including the cute Bo lero Dresses of Poplin. Dimity and Linen Crash all colors a Value extraordinary at $2.95. hemmed, today 1U each. Bungalow Aprons at 28c and 35c $2.95 Oi 25 Dozen Ladies' Vests $1.25 Houses Dresses 95c Better House you ever sa v price, and then quality Percale v. ell m.'ide and sizes 36 to 44. Dresses than before at the some of best and Gingham, prettily trimmed, today y.'ic. Regular 15c Values 9c The favorite Coyer-all Aprons at a price that hardly covers the material. 1'lue clic.-I:ed Gingham and Percale in light and dark patterns the former 28c, the latter ): the cost Aprons of Amoskeaii Jersey ribbed Summer Vests, all pure white, lovy neck and sleeveless, armholes and neck taped, always 15c, today 9c each. Rubber Sheetirg Today at 41c :ii-inch Rubber Sheeting which never sells snort of ".Oi lier yard fresh stock, all per fect, today 41c. Large Turkish Towels 21c Pure- white turkish towels, that are hemmed Size '21x10 -a splendid quality, on sale at 21c each. 98c $1.25 and $1.50 Night Gowns and Princess Slips Today A big selection of these women's night gowns ot long cloth, nainsook and crepe in white and colored: princess slips of long cloth and nainsook crowns ant' slips that show the prettiest trimming effects, all sizes, todav !)8c. 90c White Jap Silk 69c Jap Silk, inch in demand and blou-.es, so for a :j; much shirts gi'ade never before sold at the low .price of b' per yard. OBREGON'S ARMY BOTTLED UP r ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH WASHINGTON. May 11. Villa rep resentatives announced that the Car ranza armv under ohregou has been driven backward, and bottled up by Villa's forces at Irapuato, and the in vestment of that place is in progress. Duval West, who Wits awaiting here the opportunity to present a full re port of his recent tour of Mexico as the president's personal repa'esent.'itive. so far has revealed his conclusions only to Secretary Bryan in one brief interview. ANTHONY WILDING KILLED Clara Kimball Young at Columbia Who v.ai to blame? Lola or her faiher? Lola, the sw eet -natured. duti ful daughter, the charitable friend to the poar and suffering, the faithful sweetheart who becomes a heartless in- crate, erne! and selfish, mercenary and I untrue. This remarkable change was brought about by Lola's father who did onlv what any father would have done under the same circumstances. Would j lie have done it if he would have fore seen the result of hi experiment? A life of happiness and trust was changed into a mere existence full of misery, suspicion and turmoil. It is ii lesson to the world that man is after all only finite and human? These question will present themselves to all who see the remarkable story of "Lola" unfold ed on the screen. "Lola" is an adaptation from the play by Owen Davis and has been plc lurized and directed by James Young. o BELMONT AND SHEEHAN (Continued from Page One) J ASSOCIATED PP.ESS DISPATCH LONDON, May 11. Anthony Wild ing of New Zealand, former lawn tennis champion of Great Britain, who several times has been a mem ber of the Australian team in Davis clip matches, has been killed in the fighting at the Dardanelles. Wilding was second lieutenant of the Royal Marines. o MENACE OF PEYOTE Boston Copper Market I Adventure 2 3 Arizona Comm'l 7V4 T, ' Calumet and Ariz 64 ',i 63 i Calumet and Heela. 5."". T.X7 . Copper Ringe 53 53'i Daly West 3 4 Kay Cons 22' i 23 , Giroux Vi 1 Greene Cananea -'iVz , 3l Hancock 21 22 Isle Royale 27 28 Lake Copper lZ-'H 13 Miami . . 24 Vi 24',4 : Mohawk 71 72 Mnss Copper 14'i 14,2 North Kutle 32 324 i Nevada Cons 14 14V4 ' Osceola 78 i 79 . ld Dominion 52 53 j Quince S6 87 ; Shannon 9 9yt l Superior Copper . . 31 31',i 'Tamarack 33 3t,4 1 White House about race track leg islation. In reply to a question to tell what happened at the meeting, he said in part: "I recalled to Mr. Roosevelt that I had supported Governor Hughes in his campaign for that reason and an other that I wanted him (RoosevelO to intercede so I might have a hear ing upon the bill which would in terfere with racing." o Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. Mode of Intoxication That Is Doing Much Harm Among Indians Poyote is a species of cactus grown ill Northern Mexico. It is pear frhpped. The top. about one and one half inches in diameter, is cut off. It is very soft when moist. When ,1' v it becomes brittle and hard. . It has a disagreeable taste an dodor. U is sold by dealer;; who gather the buttons for commercial purposes and sell them in the border towns of Texas lor from three to eight dol lars per thousand. It is generally eaten in its dry, brittle state, from five to fifty or more buttons being ta'.Jen in one night. It is also fre quently made into u tea. It is some times powdered and put in capsul form. Krom timo immemorial it has been used by eertain tribes in Mexico for I nnes. the purpose of producing intoxica tion, from mere it spread among j the Kiowas of the Rio Grande, the Zunis in Arizona and others. It is ! worthy of note that in the early days j it was always used for the purpose of producing intoxication at religious j ceremonies. It is said that the Zuni Indians selected a few to submit themselves annually to intoxication, but never habitually subjected them selves to frequent intoxication. As early as 1720 Spanish author ities prohibited its use. and in old Spanish archives appears a record of prosecution against an Indian for j having drunk the herb called peyote. 1 In late years it has gradually spread to an increasing and alarming ex tent among the tribes of the Cnited States, beginning in the south among the f'omanches. Kiowas. otos. Chey- Arapahos, and their neighbors. land spreading to the northern tribes j the Ornahus. Winnebagoes. Sioux land others. Thousands of our In ; riians are now peyote drug fiends. ! Southern Workman. ; o THE INQUISITION EN COM PAS ED BY CRUEL FATE The Legislature was investigating one of its members. "I presume," suggested the reporter to the investigee, "that you will leave the case in ihe hands of posterity." "No such luck," responded the states man. Philadelphia Public Ledges. the small eggs V" rabbit ten't boy, "do rabbit "Father." said rabbits lay Kaster "No, my son." "And a Welsh at all, is it'.'" "No, my son." 'Father!" "Well?" "Is thew anything that a rabbit is on the lev.'l about?" Washington Star. o Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Wtant Ad will see more customers than you can. -o HOLDING OFF "What arc your ideas as to the future of yoilr party?" "I haven't any to express," replied Senator Sorghum, "until I ascertain the ideas of the party concerning the fu ture." -Washington Star. "It's a wonder nobody has ever dra- mt:tized Robinson Crusoe." j "You re right. A one-part play like j that ought to be just the thing for a ' popular star." Louisville Couricr ' Journal. YACHT RACES TO SELECT DEFENDER OF AMERICA'S CUP TO BE HELD AGAIN THIS SUMMER; VANITIE TO SAIL AGAINST RESOLUTE irtah Cons 11 ltVfc Victoria 3 3'i Winona 4 Vi 5 Wolverine . . 57 38 North Lal;e . 3 South Lake 6 'M Chino 44 4 4 '4 Ctah Copper 64 64 Inspiration .. . . .j 29 30 Shattuck 1 26', 27V. ; - V . i' . Food for Workers " urap NUtS te-j y'" ' t '.'.'4.- - r . yS - -V?fl. A .i-nn - PS vS.WOCO pi' ' i? J ?..tQ) '"r " if f MM I ' MZP? tf'-'. 'viM J - . ' if W'iM ' if ,' - - .& fiffe'v .1 Charles Francis Adams 2d (left) and Commodore Vanderbilt; Hesolute (left) a;ui yjnitie. l orir.pr Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt of the New York Yacht club has arranged Vanitie this summer airaiust the. Ileirescholf built Resolute in further trials to select a def ica's cup aeainst Sir Thomas l.ipton's Shamrock IV. Vanderbilt will sail Vanitie and to aw t h-i yacit nder of the Amer- Churlos Fiaiicis Adams L'u will a;jam he at Kesolute's wheel. Cnited Veide 3- ) F.it.