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TIIE ARIZONA KEPUBLTCAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1915 DON'T WEAR 6USSES unless they are correctly fitted. We assure you of comfort, ac curacy and prompt service. Northrup Optica! Go. Eyesiqht Specialists Smci'Ssnr to SWIGERT BROS. Kast Ailams St. 'pp. Ad .mis. Hotel. Tcns Grinding and repairing Watch Him The best Limes we can 'my go into our fruity Limeades. Our mixer knows how. Try him. PHOENIX OIL CO. GASOLINE 17c to autos. 5 gals, or over. Zrii'n 50c Gallon 221 W. Jefferson. Phone 1330 Imnnil St. Brands HAIR GOODS FOR SALE I. dies" Toilet Parlor, Shampooing, M iiiirunnj and Facial Massage, Hair I v";-.-iris: Expert t'hiroporists, all fWt Troubles removed. Moles and marts removed bv electricity. SHIRLEY &. SHIRLEY Phone 1704 30 East Adams Street BENNETT LUMBER COMPANY Everything in Lumber E. S. WAKELIN GROCER CO. WHOLESALE FUCL-OIL. CCKC A CHARCOt L 1 fa l rVt 1331 ,' PHO-.C back East excursions Via Santa Fe Chicago Council Bluffs Denver Dallas Houston Kansas City Memphis Mont-eal New Orleans New York $67.50 55.00 45.00 57.50 .r.T.r.n 55.00 65.00 105.70 65.00 105.70 55.00 115.50 65.00 68.90 93.50 Omaha Quebec St. Louis St. Paul Toronto ind others on i:ile certain days in June. Jjly and August Return limit, three months not to ex ceed Oct. 31. 1915. These tickets are strictly first class. w h.-n .il km Mop -ff and i-:t the ;rnd i':in ..n of Ari- W. S. Goldsworthy, General Agent Corner Central Ave. and Adams St. rh.mf 4.",3 J'hoer.ix Arizona Squeezit! wroacTcit nuvur- i&TwcMn Vrrn up it is part of the press for ward plan, have your clothe cleaned and at The Wardrobe. Tele phone :.". 2? X. Central Advertise-rri-::l. d At Berryhill's, the Kodak Expert will be glad to help you take bet ter pictures.. Ask him about the light and time problems that bcthcr you. BERRYHILL'S Fine Kodak Developing Vclox Paper Used I Of Local Interest Water Supply Facta Water Service Report for May 29, by Special Phone to The Republican Kh-vation of water voir. a. m Contents, acre f ct reser- - .1, o '10.420 3.32 1.03 133.13 27S.92S 13,300 26,2'.I0 Weir reading, feet Intake, reading feet Klevation one year ago Contents one year ago Flo wof Verde and Salt river at Granite Reef dam, M. I.. Amount of water used for irrigation, south side M. I. o LOCAL WEATHER YESTERADY 6 a.m 6 p.m. Temperature, degrees 67 Sensil-le temperature rr Humidity per cent 4$ Wind direction SK Wind velocity, miles Rainfall o AS K4 13 W 0 Wether X CI Highest temperature ir Clear . i . . PS 'Lowest temperature tifi .Mean relative humidity 30 Total rainfall 0 Kxcess in temperature yesterday, 2 degrees. lf ficiency in temperature since first of month. 127 degrees. .'.(cumulated deficiency in tempera ture since January 1. 2urt degrees. Excess in rainfall yesterday .0 inch. Kxcess in rainfall since first of month. 0.14 inch. Aeeumnlaled excess in rainfall since January 1. 1.57 inches. Data for Tucson Highest temperature yesterday .... tii Kainfall yesterday fj It 'BKliT R. BKir.CS, Section Director. o PRICES PAID TODAY BY WALTER HILL & CO Kci' ISc Friers, per dozen T4.50 TIens, per lb 12c Cheese, r 1U . u "C ; 0 I FIREMEN'S PICNIC. The Fho-nix Volunteer Department, at a meeting held last evening decided to hold the annual picnic of the organization at the Seventh avenue park on Sunday, .Tune 20. There wi!' be all the feat ures of the old-fashioned picnic, to getner with dancing, music and bath- ISAAC SCHOOL ENTERTAIN MENT The Ladies- Wednesday soc ial circle will give an old fashioned entertainment Wednesday evening June 2 at the Isaac school house. The fund is to go toward the buil ding of a, neighborhood house in that district. Kvtrybody is invited. OBITUARY Henry Johnston. S3 years of age. died at the home of his brother. 7"S Xorth Second steret. 1 ' .-uniiuy morning. lie leaves to i mourn his loss two brothers, Joseph and Sam Johnston, of this city, his mother ha ing- passed away several mouths ago. The funeral service will be held hi.s morning at 9 o'clock from the parlors of Moore & Mc T.ellan. Interment in Greenwood cemetery. DEATH OF MRS. FRY. Mrs. Mar tha Fry, mother of Mrs. Miles Per kins, died yesterday at the home of her daughter on the Christy -oad. Mrs. Fry was about seeenty-five years old and had been living with her daughter for the past three years. 1 he funeral will be held this 1 afternoon at .'!:J0 o chick from the undertaking chapel of Moore & Mc 1 ellan. Uev. ttav C. Marker will of ficiate and burial will be made in Greenwood. BACK FROM THE EAST. Cor poration Commissioner Paul W. tieary and Accountant William Sangster re turned yesterday from Washington, where they represented the Arizona commission in the hearing on meth ods of railroad valuation and account ing. The data compiled by the Ari zona commission was very complete and was filed with other exhibits submitted to the interstate commerce commission. r the return trip Geary and Sangster stopped at Chi cago, where they conferred with the Omaha commission relative to prep aration for the passenger rate hear ing in July. o Smith's home-made bread, rolls, and cakes, quick delivery. Phone' 122 X. 1st St. Adv. pies !558. tf THE CASINO REST At 241 S. Central Avenue, has chang ed bends. Under new management. We serve regular 15 and 25c dinners, every day. Meredith and Rutler, Props. b Hot rolls 4 to 5:30 P. M. Quick de livery. Phone 3r.ri8 Smith's "The Home Made Kind" Adv. tf Dring Hop tisement. Ale, Refresh ing.- -Adver-gs PICTURE FRAMING See Drayton at GRAVES' INDIAN SHOP 'WOODMEN OF THE WORLD ! PLAN BIG CELEBRATION Phoenix Camp No. 5 Plan Big Doings in Honor of Their Silver Anni versary Next Saturday licnics Lodge and l-'i aternal Society are coming so thick and fast these days that il takes one of unusual pretentions to cause comment, and thar Is just what tlie Woodmen of the World in- tend that theirs shall be. Xext Sat urday. June ", is the 25th. anniversary of the founding of the Woodman of the I w orhi and Phoenix Camp .No. 5 has ar I ranged to celebrate this silver occasion j in a fitting manner. ' I'rom all over the state the various : camps will senu representatives to j join with the Phoenix camp and they I will assemble at Riverside- park for a I day of jollification such as the big park ; has not seen since last Fourth of July. A I special prize will be given to the camp j outside the Salt River Valley having ! the I; ruest representation at the meet ing. At noon there will be a picnic din ner and this will he followed by a band concert, speeches and entertainment of varied sorts. The program of sports is most elaborate and will introduce many events never seen here before. Valuable cash prizes will be given to the winners in the various events. Combined with the regular feature of the pirk these special events ensure to the pii knickers a day of unalloyed enjoyment anil the Woodman of the World cordially invite the general pub- ! lie to join them in their celebration of their stler anniversary. j For those who do not care to join in ' the picnic dinner or who are unable to get down in time, arrangements have been made with the park restaurant to supply a table d'hote dinner at uoih:- ; I lar prices early in the evening. 1 NIGHT BEFORE (Continued from Page One) believed to be unavoidable; at any rate, it is certain that a serious at tempt will be made at it. It is probable, too. that several of the measures which were lost i:i the shuffle in the closing hours of the regular session and concerning which recommendations have been made by the governor, will attention. recei ce But it is the opinion of members now- here that, though the house might do so, the senate will not con sider any new legislation. There has been no talk, that is, none that outsiders have heard, of any move to reorganize the house. such as was attempted at the be- ginning of the last extra session. It was stated then that that could not be legally done and, anyway, tiiere is not tile sa;ne nnnnre;il nr, .1 I .i H 1 1- ........... 01 factional disturban which were imminent es as those and actuali) ! look place. j The land bill will likely produce aa ; entirely new lineup in both bouses : mid the prohibition matter, if it j should be brought up, would not di- vide the house or the senate on pre I cisely tiie same lines as they were divided before. The capital punish j n.ent question, if it should be cou ' sidered, would come more nearly re I storing the old lineup than any oth I er recommended legislation, but even on that there would be since shifting 1 of sides in the house of members of 1 ... tne aitminisitati in and rinti-.-i'iminis-tration factions. THE VARIABLE SEX 'A designing man I hate." she sa With scornful head erect; And yet within a year she loved And wed an architect. All members of Company li are ord- I ered to report at the armory at S:30 I o'clock for the parade. Adv. It You XAPA won't be sorry if you SODA I.KMOXADK. order a Eagle lWittling Works, Agents, Phoenix.- -Adv. It VETERANS AND CITIZENS (Continued from Page One) no bitterness, no rescntfulness, I trust, with you who wore the blue, and I assure you that we who so proudly donned the gray, today can truthfully say that we possess that sincere and heartfelt worship of our own America, which sets aside all prejudices of birth, of creed, of sec tionalism, and leaves one country and one flag. "Rut, while there exists today no Xorth. no South, dark indeed would bJ the future if the remembrance was denied us or ever blotted out from our memory of the worthy chivalry and glorious deeds of our beloved Southland. This natiott would indeed be poorer if from her history were torn the pages recording the won derful achievements and pure char acter of Iee and Jackson. We of the South do not wish and can not desire to dim the star of any Ameri can who has shown or possesses true worth, pure manhood, chivalry and valor. "We love our country, we honor our flag, but poor indeed would be the nation; lost would be her honor and her pride: a stain indelible would mar the beauty of her spotless escutcheon, if.' forgetful of our man- TT.H AT? DVS Fhbrie mdAftww l9fPhone.'958 jjHOENfX C-JTO JttVERfr, rEfivicz Da? And Night, t? ect texts 25? Round Trip To I -OOSEVELI hood; forgetful of their high ideals and noble sentiments for which they fought and died, we should deny or stoop to apologize for any of those j deeds of our fallen comrades. "Today, under the sheltering pro fee. ion of the stars and stripes, mind ful of the lessons of the- past, we seek, each in his own way, to teach I to i resent and to future generations, I the loftiest ideals of our re-united I coui.try, knowing that when the lime t'omes for the great 'ommander-in- Icmel to order the sounding of taps for the last of the Blue, the last of the (Jr.iv. our great mission will j b- accomplished, so that America, holding us ever in grateful remem- (trance, will move serenely on her J destined course, with malice toward i none, with charity toward all. seek ing ever to do right as (Jod gives her to see the righL, that truth, li I berty and justice for all mankind i shall not perish from this earth." 1 Captain Hates' address was fre quently interrupted with bursts of ap plause. At its close Comrade An drew Downing, the poet laureate of , Arizona, read the Memorial Day 'poem printed in this morning's Re ! publican. He was given an eiuiiu- siast'C reception. The principal address of the day was delivered by William K. Lock ard, a veteran ot the civil war of the at and Kighty-sixth Ohio. After the he engaged in educational work was head of the faculty of Mount Morris C liege near Chicago, now Kvanston Academy. Mr. Lock-yj ard has been a resident of tile valley for three years. "We do not come." he said, "to lay "toe victor's laurel wreath upon I heir graves nor to exult over the defeat of a fallen foe." Following an eloquent opening. Mr. I.ockard said: "The soldier who fell on the field of battle, in some respects has a brighter fame anil lives in the memory of his comrades with a brighter glow than those who sur vive. An old soldier at one of our memorial services or at a grand en campment meets another oUl soldier who was a member of the regiment, his company, or perhaps was his messmate, since the him 11 t. ters ha ve whom he has not seen war. lie meets but knows The frosts of many win settled on his hair. His eye his is dimmed and his form is bent voice is shaken. They compare notes and finally clasp hands as old comrades and recount their services together. F;ut they are not the same. These are not the bright boys who stood shoulder to shoulder and re ceived the charge of the enemy. These ;1I-e n,,t the same light hearted boys who so long ago shared their tent and confidences. It is a stran ger who now claims the place in the heart of each, once filled by tiie 1 right. handsome boy who shared with him the joys and sorrows of army life and there is a feeling of disappointment in both their breasts. I 1 "" lo not now and they cannot. renew Tut field . 1 ne intimacies or meir youin.j tiie comrade who died on the j f battle and was laid to rest) in the bloom of youth, still lives in the hearts of his surviving com lades in all his glorious youth and manly beauty. Kvery expression of his far- the smallest details of his gallant bearing are remembered and he lives in perennial youth in the hearts of bis comrades anil thus has a sort of immortality denied to th" living." An interesting feature of the ad dress was a comparison of Grant and Fee, invidious to neither of those great men. The speaker ad vocated disarmament as necessary to react-, declaring. "I.et everybody join in the cry for peace and peace wi" come. i noose ye this day whom ye will servi Christ or Krupp." The speaker, in a reference to Lincoln, said: "Patient, sorrowful, kind, his sad eyes always fixed on the good of his country and her leopl, even those of them who were I in arms against his country; toiling. persistent, faithful, with no thought of self, he toiled on and on and up far up beyond the eternal snow Iin of human ambition until he stood on the sun-crowned mountain tops of human life and from radiant heights looked down as one who stood mid way between the mortal and the divine, until he stood on that round of the ladder of creation where God plactd man at. the first Just a little lower than the angels and within speaking distance of His throne." The address closed with this in vocation: "God of the n-itions, enthroned in glory', who from eternity ruleth over all. guide now, protect and keep us a nation whose precepts and counsel shall be evermore for peace and the coming of Thy kingdom on the earth. Kver since the blood of Abel cried to Thee from the ground, this earth of Thin-? hath been stained with the blood of man, shed by his brother':-, hand, and the cries of Thy children grow- hoarser' with anguish as till ages roll. Kver the pride of kings and the covetousness of the strong have driven peaceable nations to slaughter. Kver the martial song and the pomp of war nave Inflamed the passions of the people. Our spirit cries out to .thee in revolt against this. Rreak Thou the spell of vainglory that makes the nations drunk with the lust of battle and causes their people to become the Summer Neckwear of light Foulard Silk that goes well with your light summer clothes. This may not be an important item of your dress, but as in all other lines, we pride ourselves on the complete ness and correct ness of our show ing. McDougall & Cassou Everybody likes it. Eveiybodv's drinking it. IT is CELERY VIG the King of Drinks, flakes life worth living just the drink. Sold onlv at ELYEY & HULETT FOUNTAIN O'Neill Bldsr. Phoenix. willing instruments of death. Put it into the hearts of rulers and people to love peace rather than war; to deal justly; to love mercy and rath er bear a wrong than resent it. And jiant that the time may speedily come I more j bind to all the earth when man no shall live by forging chains to his weaker brother into dust, us the splendor of the father- ! hood of God and the brotherhood of jinan and help us so to order our at I fairs that there may be no more hunger in this land of plenty; no more slavery of mind or body in this land 1 r freedom, and that peace, prosperity and righteousness may flow like the waves of the sea through tii- length and breadth of our dear land."" At the close of Comrade Lockard's address the band brought the crowd to its feet with "Dixie" and 'The Star S;;angled Uanner." The com ; anies formed in line and the patri otic exercises of the day were over. Although there were 110 formal ex ercises at tne cemeteries, uunureus I visited the graves of relatives and soldier dead, beautifying them with the rich blossoms of spring. A com mittee from the Phoenix Firemen's Association went to Greenwood ce metery in the morning, and placed flowers and wreaths on the graves of the firemen buried there. The com mittee was composed of James Kin ney. Jeff Duncan, Robert Frnmm and Sierling Price. AMUSEMENTS Empress Wins Again!! Fast chance tonight to see Alice Jo ce and Guy Coombs in that Kalem three part drama "The Girl of the Music Hall". This feature greatly pleased the r-.udience last evening. "A Dash tor Liberty" featuring Romairie Fielding was another favorite. There are also two good'eomedies "The Table of the Husy Man and the Idle Woman" and "Tlie Animated Grouch Chaser." Tomorrow the first Metro release "Satan Sanderson" will be shown. The popular book and play bids fair to be surpassed by the moving pictures and with such a stage star as Orvin John son it is sure to be a success. Great Griffith Picture There's mighty few pictures that will holu the attention like "The Dawn of a Xew Republic" which is shown at the Lion theater today. The theme is.- taken from the life of Gen. Francisco Villa and D. W. Griffith has produced a picture that will stand for some time as a leader of its claf;s. Robt. Harron, Mae Marsh and R. A. Walsh play the leading parts. "The Dawn of st Xew Republic" is a Mutual Master Picture in four parts and packed the Lion last night to the doors. It is shown for the last time today and tomorrow Charlie Chaplin will be seen at the Lion in a. return engagement, "Dough and Dyna mite" while on Friday Lillian Gish in "Enoch Arden" will be the attraction. Lamara and Pickford The return of Mary Pickford "Amer ica's Sweetheart" to the Lamara thea ter in "Dr. Burglar" today signalizen another of those actions on the part of the management to give the patrons of that popular house the best and most attractive pictures on the market. There is another picture of more than ordinary merit showing also, Carlyle Hlackwell in "The High Hand" a five reel Alliance feature'Tiy Jaccques Fru- Kunz Bros. & Messinger MACHINERY Cor. 2nd Ave. & Jackson EAGLE BOTTLING WORKS, DISTRIBUTORS 422 E. Jefferson. Phone 1387 A. J. MOORE rlotice The foreign 'overmnont inspectors have been delayed in .netting; to Phoenix, and we cannot have horses in spected till the latter part of this weel:. The dates and --places of inspection -will be advertised in the daily papers, and all who have signed up their horses with us will he notified by mail in plenty of time to i?et their stock ready. AVe will continue to contract horses and mares according to former specifi.-ations, and want to ;et all there are for sale, as there is no limit to the number we will buy. Anyone having horses to sell, come and see us, or call us up on the phone. AVe will see them at the office, and will send out to ranches to examine any stock offered for sale. ARIZONA LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO. Phone 546 ' 33 AVest Jefferson t. On sale June 11, 15, !23, 21. Julv 2, 3, 5, G, 11, 15. 23. 24, 2(J, 27, Avist 4, 5. 13,, U. Pinal return limit three months from date of sale, but not later than October 31st. PHOENIX T( I - Baltimore. Md. . Boston. Mass. Chicago, III Denver, Colo. . . . Dukith, Minn. ... Kansas City. Mo. Memphis. Tenn. . Minneapolis, Minn Montreal, Can. .. .$103.50 . . 107.70 . . .67.50 . 45.00 . 75.00 . 55.00 . 65.00 . 68.90 . 105.70 DIVERSE ROUTES LIBERAL STOPOVERS AVhen nlanninj; vour trip, insist on having vour tickets 'routed via Till FJ, PASO & 0LfTJi AVPfSTPliX SYSTEM from Tucson, and use the Golden State Limited the finest train in trans-continental service. Pol full particulars, reservations, etc.. inouire of the ticket airent of the Arizona Eastern Kailroad Co., or address G-ARNETT XING, (ieneral Passenger Agent, PI Paso, Texas. trelle one of the leading contributors to the Saturday Kvenins Post in which putilU ulion 'he story appeared a short tinie ;ip). This alone i very worth seeing. I-or a Tuesday and Wednesday program it i.s ol exceptional strength. Fun at Coliseum "The Springs of Youth" was the change ol bill last night at the Coli seum and the water front it invigor ated all who saw it "Jimmie" Allard in his song ami dance number "At Tiie Ball. That's All" put across a musical number that was a real winner. Mr. House was there with the laugh stuff as usual and made good. Miss Flor ence I.ane made a decided hit and ITer number "Soldier loy" was a hummer. Karton and Wilson, in their song Fairbanks-EV2orse Engines Schieren's Duxbak Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pump3, Ita ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY CO. ?rd Are. nd Jackson "We Have the Sloe's" Pkotstaf BACKING .FACILITIES This bank offers the very highest type of service con stantly on the alert to serve depositors in every possible manner. AVe fully realize that your best interests are our best interests, and if we are able to serve you, it is always our pleasure to do so. The National Bank of Arizona Cor. Center and Washington Sts. FRANK M. KING Summer Tourist Fares TO- New York, N. Y $105.70 Omaha, Neb 55.00 Philadelphia, Pa 105.70 Portland, Me 110.70 Quebec, Can 115.50 St. Louis, Mo 65.00 St. Paul, Minn 68.90 Toronto, Can. 93.50 Washington, D. C 103.50 i numbers helped to make this show a j bigr ?ro. .Hobby Fitzsiimnons sinning "Wonderful Girl" received a great hand J and this little fellow is becoming a very popular boy witn an tne Louseum audiences. . . Farewell to "The Spoilers" . What will almost unquestionably be the last chance Phoenix will ever have I to see "The Spoilers" conies at the Ari- , zona tfTeater tonight. In accordance with their agreement with Rex lleach all rights to this story for picture pur poses expire on December 31, 1315 and on that day all Tilms will he burned by the Selig Polyscope company. It la : so good a picture that no movie fan 'can afford to miss seeing it and their last opportunity comes tonight. Horsemen! I T !