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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1915
Amusements
TODAY, SATURDAY
AND SUNDAY
A Lubin Feature
"THE ONLY
WAY OUT"
In 3 Reels
Two Essanay Comedies
"A Bold Bad Man"
"A Man in Motley"
"Hearst Selig News"
THEATER
TONIGHT
The- Jif.aivav Iloney
mooiicrs in That Spec
tacular Creation
"THE
MOON
GIRL"
10c, 20c, 30c
FRIDAY AND SATL'KPAY
KING BAGGOT in "THE CORSICAN BROTHERS"
BILLIE RITCHIE IN "POOR POLICY"
$10O,0CO Drama Featuring Frank Loyd and Helen Leslie
"OVER THE BOUNDING WAVES"
JOKER COMEDY
ALL SEATS lO CENTS
KBE3ZZS3KO
Saturday
Continuous
From 11 to 11
By Popular Demand
of Phoenicians
Saturday
Continuous
From 11 toll
Bert Levy Presents
82
lO
-'a fcr.
? ran a nsa
The last and only chance to see this great comedy
- The Films Production that is Breaking
All Records Featuring
America's Foremost Comedienne
Supported by
rSie C
AND
ormaii
and an all-star cast, in 6 reels, including the Comedy.
Policeman
Saturday
Continuous
From 11 toll
NO ADVANCE
IN PRICES
Saturday
Continuous
from 11 to 11
EMPERSS
The Jitney Bus Elopement
(Tiarlcv Chaplin
Mav 28, 29, rt()
I 1 1 1 I rw commencing nuay evening at t r.m.
I AftlAEf A Return Engagement of "TILLIE'S
.MlflrlV- PTTNfrTTT RRT) ROMANCE"
REGALE
PUNCTURED ROMANCE'
Opposite Boston Store The Coolest
Place in Town Change of Program
Dailv Admission: 5e -10c.
GOOD
SHOWING
E IT PJLSL
liotarians See Business De
l)artinent, Where Awards
for Typewriting and
Shorthand Convince One
of School's Class
There was a spiendiu exhibit in
the commercial department of the
high school consisting of typewriting,
shorthand, penmanship and book
keeping', for the Rotary club yester
day, noon. Besides the exhibits the
office-training department was in
operation, the students taking and
transcribing letters, filing letters,
and performing various other forms
of office work.
Among the interesting exhibits
were the individual winnings of Dor
othy Howard, Felix Rosas, Ida Mae
Golze. and Arthur Sutherland. Doro
thy Howard had the following: Rem
ington and Underwood pennants, 40
word L. C. Smith certificate, 40
word I'nderwood certificate, 40-word
Remington card case. Go-word L. C.
Smith certificate, 60-word Underwood
card case. Remington Gold Medal
certificate. Remington Gold Medal
for 58 words per minute, gold medal
won at Tucson during University
week at 76 words, Underwood silver
medal at 74.
Felix Rosas displayed the follow
in?: Remington 40 word card case.
Underwood 40-word certificate. Un
derwood 6rt word card case. Reming
ton Gold Medal certificate. Reming
ton gold medal at 5S words. Under
wood Gold Medal at 85 words, a sil
ver medal won at Tucson for second
place in shorthand. He also had a
Palmer Method, American Penman
and Zancr Student Certificate for
penmanship, and a diploma from the
commercial department for proficien
cy in typewriting and shorthand.
Ida Mae Golze displayed: Under
wood pennant, 41 word Remington
card case, 40 w'ord Underwood Cer
tificate, 40 word L. C Smith certifi
cate, fii) word Underwood card case,
R. mington Gold Medal certificate,
won at 70 words per minute, and an
O. G. shorthand certificate.
Arthur Sutherland exhibited: Un
derwood gold medal at SO words.
Remington Gold Medal certificate at
62. and an I C. Smith certificate.
The exhibits in the shorthand de
pnrtnvnt consisted of the different
shorthand certificates secured by the
shorthand students. The following is
taken from a letter written by John
R. Gregg, author of the Gregg Short
hand system, to Mrs. Jay: "The
work of one of your students. Wal
ter Brown, on the Gregg Writer ex
aminations is being sent for exhibi
tion purposes to the Panoma-Pacific
exposition at San Francisco.-'
Mrs. Gertrude Jay, one of the
shorthnnd teachers in the high
school, stands first in the contest
being held for the Teacher's Gold
Medal.
The picture of Tucker ' Pinney and
Samuel Holsinger was displayed with
the announcement that a letter had
just been received by Mr. Michael
from Samuel Holsinger stating that
he had, in a public demonstration in
I.os Angelis, written 111 words net
per minute for fifteen minutes. This
remarkable record made by a high
school student is within one word of
the world's record only three years
ago. Samuel Holsinger got his type
writing training in the Phoenix
Union High school and says all his
success as an operator is due to his
training there. Tucker pinney was
said to be the best stenographer they
had in the office at Stanford univer
sity. A telegram was shown to the ef
fect that forty final and improve
ment Palmer certificates for profic
iency in penmanship were being
awarded to students of the high
school.
Scores of other awards of different
kinds were exhibited, showing the
work done by the students of the
commercial department. In the pen
manship and book-keeiing rooms
many beautiful specimens of pen
manship and book-keeping were displayed.
Especially smart styles for
women, misses and chil
dren; made of the choicest
materials over perfect fit
tinjr lasts.
TliC ALWAYS"
IX. FIRST 5T. NEAR WASmnOTOK
'liing womvemueinces
All mail orders filled the
same dav tliev are received.
Private telephone reaching
all departments.
Week End Special
Exceptional Values
Are offered in seasonable merchandise selected from our reaular showing.
PLAZA
Opposite City Hall
Coming
"THE LIFE OF OUR SAVIOR"
Li 7 Keels All Hand Colored
Try A Republican AVant Ad
RIVERSID
TODAY
ODD
FELLOWS
PICNIC
Special Program of Sports
beginning 11:00 a.m.
Valuable Prizes
Music by First Regi
mental Band
Baseball Match at 3:30
Free Dancing in the Af
ternoon and from 7:30 to
8:30 p.m.
Mutual Movies
Dancing Until Midnight
Riverside Park
"THE PLACE TO GO"
Handkerchiefs
HANDKERCHIEFS 5c special selection,
comprised of embroidered corner and colored
bordered handkerchiefs for women and chil
dren, wide and narrow hem, plain and col
ored bordered for men.
SILK CREPE-DE-CHINE HANDKER
CHIEFS 35c white centers, with colored bor
ders, plain white and colors, also the extreme
ly popular shaded ones in pink, blue and la
vender, especially smart, splendid values.
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS 19c Ladies' all
linen handkerchiefs, wide and narrow hems,
embroidered corners, exceptional values.
Hosiery
Extensive showing of the newest cool, per
fect fitting, good wearing hose for men, wo
men and children.
MEN'S SILK SOX in all the new colors and
fancy stripes, an excellent quality, guaran
teed, pair iiO
LADIES SILK HOSE new colors with clock
ings, especially smart for summer wear, guar
anteed perfect, pair . SI. 25
LADIES' SILK FINISHED LISLE HOSE
in the correct weight, with reinforced heels
and toes, splendid wearing hose for bathing,
special value, pair 25
VARIED SELECTION OF THE CHOICEST
IN INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S SOX
plain and fancy tops in all the leading shades,
pair 15 and 25
Boys' Wash Pamts
Varied selection made of good serviceable fa
brics, "Boy-proof tailored, sizes for ages 5
to 17.
White duck Knickerbockers .-75 anl' OS
Palm Beach Knickerbockers, pair jgj QOj
LINEN KNICKERBOCKERS in gray and tan.
Pair 98
Light and dark Khaki wa?h Pants
50. 65. 75S 98 and SI. 25
OLIVER TWIST WASH PANTS for the
smaller boys. Straight knee, made of galatea
in white, tan and blue, pair 75
Wanst Special $1.25
An extensive showing of the latest ideas in
plain tailored effects, with high and low
necks, long and short sleeves, fashionable
stripes, new embroidered pink voile and rice
cloth with the popular coin spots, exceptional
values.
Mk Specials
fashionable wash silks selected from our re
gular showing at very special prices.
CHENEY BROS. WASH CREPE-BER-BER
White, light blue, alice felue and black, 40
inches wide, yard Sl.OO
SILK EPONGE pink and white, 36 inches
wide, extra special value, yard SX.59
Extensive showing of the season's choicest
wash silks in stripes, plain colors and floral
designs, moderately priced.
Liraemi Specials
18 BY 36 INCH RED BORDERED HUCK
TOWELS extra special value dozen, $1.00,
each 9d
BATH TOWELS 20 by 40 inches, exceptional
value at dozen, $2.15. eactl 19
BEACON BATH RUGS more substantial
than rag rugs, special values, 18 bv 36
inth 78
24 by 48 inch SI. 18
58 INCH MERCERIZED COTTON TABLE
DAMASK neat patterns, extra special
jard 3g
NIKPAN Mercerized cotton "table napkins,
ready hemmed, verv special, IS inch, dozen
95. 20 inch, dozen SI. 18
Fans as Qadtuatiomi
Gifts
Good quality white silk gauze. Princess lace
top, carved ivory sticks, assorted patterns,
special values at 75
Double covered white silk gauze, lace and cut
steel spangle trimmed, plain and carved ivory
sticks, special values at SI. 50
Double white silk gauze decorated with gold
and silver spangles, paintings and lace, high
ly polished ivory sticks. S3. S3.50 and $4
LSOIS
CHILDREN'S PARASOLS, embracing all the
season's fashionable styles, splendid value at
21S 25. 39S 50tf. 69. Sl.lO
and S1.25.
LADIES' PARASOLS of imitation pongee,
bordered with green, extra special value at
eacn 89
LADIES' PARASOLS in a wide range of
fancy coverings, stripes, floral and plain con
trasting bands S1.49 and SI. 79
LADIES' SILK PARASOLS in all the new
shapes and coverings, in plain colors, Dres
dens, stripes and bands of same In contrast,
varied selections. Splendid values at from
S2.00 to sa.oo
Neckwear
i
NEW EXPOSITION COLLARS of organdy
hand embroidered. 75. SI. 75 and S2.00
ORIENTAL LACE VESTEES with military
flare collar S2..10 and S3
VESTEES of net and organdy with flare col
lars, special values, at each 65
NEW QUAKER COLLARS one of fashions
latest creations, pique, scallop, edged and or
gandy lace trimmed, each 65?"
NEW STUDENT TIES in stripes, plain col
ors and watery combinations splendid selec
tion 65. 77C and 98
Millieery Sale Extraordinary
One hundred fashionably trimmed and tailored hats, consisting of Hemps, Milans and Panamas selected
from higher-priced lines the season's greatest millinery offer, at, each $1.99
fSee window for special showing
QUARANTINE BARS TO
BE RAISED TODAY
The governor's proclamation, rais
ing the Arizona quarantine against
shipments of live stock from all
other states in the country with the
exception of those which are or have
been infected, will probably be is
sued today and will take effect at
once. The resolution of the live
stock sanitary board, recommending
the' removal of the quarantine, was
transmitted to the governor yester
day. Under the terms of the new proc
lamation, grain for seed and milling
purposes will be admitted to Ari
zona on application to the state vet
erinarian, and the approval by that
official of the shipment.
WATER DUES CAUSE A
FLOCK OF PHONE CALLS
Assessment notices are being sent
out to those members of the Salt Riv
er Valley Water Users' Association
whose payments are due now. No such
notices are being sent to- those who
have paid, but the cloud of telephone
calls about them, have come about
equally from those who paid and those
who did not.
The following letter to subscribers is
self Explanatory:
You are hereby reminded that the
current assessment against your land
remains unpaid at this date. In ac
cordance with the By-laws, this assess
ment becomes delinquent 30 days after
the fiist Monday in May, or on June
2, 1915. and in accordance with the By
laws Article VIII, Section 16.
"Each assessment from the time it
becomes delinquent shall bear interest
at the rate of 1 per cent per month,
which interest shall be added to said
assessment as a part thereof in case of
sale or in case the owner shall pay his
assessment before sale; provided, fur
ther, however, that in the event the
land of a delinpuent be not sold after
having been on two successive days
offered for sale as hereinafter provid
ed, the rate of interest which shall be
charged against his assessmsent and
addd as a part thereof shall, thereafter,
bo computed at the rate of 2 per cent
per month."
The "offer for sale- will be made on
August 16th 1915, after which the 2 per
cent a month penalty begins.
This assessment includes an amount
to complete the work of building pow
er plants, an amount to refund power
assessments paid on land finally ex
cluded from the reservoir district, both
;n accordance with the authorization
of the shareholders given at the regu
lar election of April 7th, 1914, and also
an amount for current association ex
penses, for the year ending Oct. 31.
1915 making a total of $1.00 an acre.
The assessment was levied May 1, 1914;
the first half was due and payable Nov.
2nd, 1914, of which notice was mailed
you according to the By-laws, artd the
second half was due May 3rd and pay
able within 30 days.
SALT RIVER VALLEY WATER US
ERS' ASSOCIATION.
o
LLOYD ELLIOT AND
RUTH PERCIVAL WED
AT BAPTIST CHURCH
THOUSAND MILE RACE
WILL BE IN AUTUMN
KEPUBLICAN'S
BIG SPECIAL
Miss Ruth Peicival, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Percival, and
Lloyd Elliot, a member of the high
school faculty, were married at 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon at the
First Baptist church. Mr. Elliots
brother. Rev. Justin A. Elliot, read
the service.
The church was elaborately dec
orated in a pink and white color
scheme carried out in carnations and
Dorothy Perkins roses. There was
no massing effect, yet the entire al
tar wan decked in the blossoms, ex
quisite in ;te dainty col or' n 5.
The bride was charming in a
white lingerie frock and carried a.
shower boquet of bride's rosebuds.
Little Mel Green was the rirs
bearer and Mrs. John Parker, of
Kansas City, was her sister's matron
of honor. She was charmingly
gowned in pink and white French
voile. The ushers were Miss Naomi
Reed, Miss Doris Feekins, Miss
Ruth Cotton and Miss Mary Clark.
W W. Green acted as best man.
Mrs. James M. Barker sweetly
rendered "At Dawning," by Cadman,
and later gave to the audience, "I
Love You," by Carrie Jacobs-Bond,
in an effective anl admirable man
ner. Mrs. Barker was accompanied
by Mrs. Linds.-y Eugene White, who,
immediately after the solos, executed
Mendelssohn's wedding march at the
opportune moment.
Mr. and Mrs. Elliot left last even
ing for California where they will
summer. They will be at home in
Phoenix after September 1.
o
Eight members of the Applequist
family, of Watertown. Minn., tip the
scales at 2,390 pounds. The largest
weighs 410, the lightest 225.
o
Buy delicious pineapples today at
your denlers. One-third regular prices.
Adv. It
(Special to The Republican.)
INDIANAPOLIS, May 20. The In
dianapolis motor speedway's proposed
$100,000 thousand-mile race may be
held in the faJl of 1916 or 1917, in
stead of in place of the regularly
scheduled 500-mile event in the
spring, as originally planned.
Race fans argue it would be a
shame to disturb the regular sequence
of 500-mile contests, now the world's
greatest motoring feature, for even
so great an event as the thousand
miler. The latter, they state, looks
sufficiently attractive to make a hit
as an extra venture any time. Offi
cial action on the proposition has
not yet been taken, though it is
thought an announcement will be
made soon
The Bosch company announces a
series of spark plug and magneto
prizes for the 500-mile race aggre
gating $1,300, as follows: Using
Bosch magneto. 1st, $500; 2d, $300;
3d, $200. Using Bosch spark plugs,
$100 each for the first three.
Illustrated, development edi
tion, describing Salt River
Valley, will he out with to
morrow's paper. We will
j mail it (postage and all) for
5 cents. Send as many to
3rour friends east as possi
ble. One of the greatest
boosts Phoenix and the Salt
River Valley ever had.
o
Today is Pineapple Day. Buy de
licious Cuban-grown Red Spanish pine
apples at one-third regular prices.
Your dealer has them. Adv. It
CALL FOR BIDS "
I
People's Mission
Evangelist Wm. O. Nease, who has
been conducting the union revival
meetings in the Wigwam theater
building, has decided to remain over
the Sabbath and will speak on Chris
tian education Sunday at 2:30 p. n:.
Rev. Nease is an educator and has
been president of a Bible seminary
in Michigan for some years and is
intensely interested in the Christian
education of children and young
people.
There are plans under contempla -tion
of adding1 high school courses
to the Hebron school for 1915 and
1916, with the thought of merging
the whole into an undenominational
Bible university for 1916 and 1917.
Evening worship at 7:30 conducted
by Rev. Nease.
Sealed proposals will be received
at the office of the City Clerk, City
Hall, Phoenix, Arizona, until four
o'clock P M. Wednesday, May 26th.
1915, and thereafter considered, foe
n construction of an addition to
the sewage disposal works at the
foot of Nineteenth Avenue, as per
plans and specifications on file in
the office of the City Engineer.
A certified check for ten per cent
(10 per cent) of the amount of the
bid, payable to the City of Phoenix,
I must accompany each proposal as a
j guarantee that the successful bidder
j will enter into a contract for the
I completion of said work in accor
dance witn tne plans ana specmca
tions on file in the office of the City
Engineer.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids and to waive any for
malities in any proposal.
ROBERT A. CRAIG.
City Manager.
Buy pineapples today at one-third
regular prices. Your dealer has them.
The delicious Cuban grown Red Span
ish variety. Adv. It
ARIZONA
Coming Sunday and Monday
Belasco's "THE GIRL OF THE
GOLDEN WEST"
TODAY
JOHN EMMERSON
In
"A BACHELOR'S ROMANCE"
10c and 20c

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