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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1915
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Trade Msrk
Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.
Vmi t the i ?!'.' kind at
The Bear Drug Store
Oj l. C'itv U.-.Il.
SEVEN MINERAL SURVEYS
APPROVED BY HALLS
The I'nittd States ' Surveyor Gen
eral. Frank Ingalls. has approved the
folk. wing mineral surveys:
Survey No. 3172. McKinley Frac
tion lode mining claim, owned by L.
('. Shalt nek, li. Kreimeier, H. A.
Smith. George Ilaningcr, Harry
lienninger and K.
Horning Star lode
Hanninger, George
.A. Gotterbea.
Survey Xo. HITS,
mining claim.
SurveJ' No. 3174, Stevenson and
William I'er.n lode mining claims,
owned ly L. C. Shattuck, H. Krei
meier, George Ilaninger, Harry Han
ingt r, George Hcnninger and Warren
Jtealty and Development co. These
claims are all located in the Warren
Mining District, Cochise county, Ari
zona. Survey X. 3179. Pearl lode, and
Mineral Survey Xo. 31S0, Oom Paul
iode, both situated in the Warren
Mining district, Cochise county, Ari
zona, and claimed by L. J. fiver
lock, L. C. Shall i.ek and Joseph Mu
heim. Survey Xo. r,li:. Niagara lode min
ing claim, and Mineral Survey Xo.
31IJ4 Fault lode mining claim. These
claims are situated in the Warren
JMning District, Cochise County,
Arizona, and are owned b the Cop
per Queen Consolidated. Milling Company.
REPUBLICAN FORCE TO
' DINE WITH MR. HEARD
MASS MEETING OF
TEMPERANCE FORCES
"tPawMTOMIIUMHIII tmum
Amuseinenis
Entire Staff of Paper to Celebrate
at Riverside; Special Edition ,
and 26th Anniversary ;
Oh Splash: j
When pronounced with a playful
accent, the above represents the j
nutiic uruig iiiauc uy iiiduut?! H OL
The Republican force since the an
nouncement that next Sunday will
be Republican, day at Riverside park.
Ever since the "force" got busy and
set a lot of rivers on fire by getting
out the most scrumptious special
edition ever compiled in the Salt
River valley, and ever since it be
came known that right along during
these pleasant June days is the 26th
anniversary of the issue of the first
Arizona Republican, it has been the
intention of the owner, Dwight B.
Heard, to recognize the hard work of
his staff with a good fellowship
dinner.
Casting about for a place at which
to give said diner. Manager Stauffer
discovered Riverside park, and with
in an incredibly short time, all the
arrangements had been made. When
the editors, advertising men, repor
ters, printers, circulation hustlers
and others congregate at the park
at two o'clock Sunday afternoon,
they will be extended the privileges
of the place, and the eating will be
preceded by an invigorating swim
and an indulgence in all the other
features.
The luncheon v.il be served in the
cafe, by special arrangements with
the proprietor, and according to ad
vance accounts it will be a grand
tiling.
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THEATER
LAST TIME TODAY
HENRY WOODRUFF
In the Mutual Master-picture
"A MAN AND
HIS MATE"
"Don't Miss It."
COMING
Tomorrow and Thursday
CHESTER
CONKLIN
in
DROPPINGTON'S
1 FAMILY TREE J
TONIGHT
Those Funny Boy? in
That Funny Comedy
H
HM
CHANG
ALL NEW
EMPRESS
THEATER
Today and Tomorrow
ItJ I
The
Metro Pictures Corp.
Presents
Adelaide Thurston
and
Thomas Jefferson
in
PHI IFIISlfil m
uuydLUIVilcminniiiic
uimuuyvu
1 OF A
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
GREAT
In Five Parts
Also a One-Reel Comedy
ARIZONA
Cumins; Sunday and Monda-.
Marv Pick ford as
"MISTRESS NELL"
EMPRESS
Coining
THE SHADOWS OF
A GREAT CITY"
LION THEATER
Six Reels Today.
.Mostly Coined v, headed by
Droppington's Family Tree
W. C. T. U. Meeting
The regular meeting of the W. C.
T. U. wil lie held at the home, 227
West Monroe street. Thursday after
noon, beginning at 2:1".. Mrs. Davis
will lead the devotional - services af
ter which the following program ap
propriate to flag day will be given:
Song. Star Spangled Banner
Hy the Audience
Invocation Dr. Ray C. Marker
Tribute to the Flag . . . Lola Mendivil
Original Poem Andrew Downing
Violin solo Viola Hartman
History of the Klage
President Phoenix W. C. T. U.
Address Itev. Claude Jones
Vocal solo Mrs. R. M. Tafel
Reading Mrs. Grady Gammage
Song, lied, White and Blue
By the Audience
Announcements.
Closing song America, all standing.
A cordial welcome is extended to
the public.
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1 FINANCES AND
I MARKETS )
LAMARA
"EXPLOITS OF ELAINE"
Installments Every
Thursday and Fridav ,
Opposite Boston Store The Coolest
Change of Program
O HP A Opposite Jioston Stoi
S f t Place in Town Chai
JL XII Daily 10 and 15 cent
PLAZA
Opposite City Hall
Change of Pictures every dav
SIX REELS
Coolest Place in Town.
associated press dispatch
NEW YORK, June 8. Interest in
the market would have fallen to a low
ebb but for the further advance of war
stocks. Seasoned railway stocks, in
cluding those on an assured dividend
basis, were In light demand, and invar
iably responded to light pressure.
Kspecially was this true of Canadian
Pacific and Reading, the former again
being subject to foreign influence. The
Hairiman group and some trunk lines
issues also fell back. Southern Paci
fic was declining abruptly when the
news that the company had lost a legal
point in its oil lands suit against the
government In California. Bethelehem
Steel was a prominent feature of the
session rising from ten points to 165,
which exceeds the previous high re
cord by six points. Coppers extended
their recent advance quiet generally.
Some as much as five points. The
strength of this group coincided with
trade reports which lore upon an en
ormous domestic and foreign demand
for theproducts. The best grades of
copper were quoted at a shade under
twenty cents a pound, the highest fi
gure in seven years. Obscure indus
trials and utilities, notably tT. S. Al
cohol and distillers securities and Me
xican petroleum. Pacific Telephone
rose two and four points. The total
sales at par value aggregated $1,742.
000. Metals
Electrolytic $19.50 to $19.75; Silver
49Vi; Copper strong.
Stocks
Amalgamated 73 3-4: Smelting 75 3-8
Santa Fe 100 3-4; St. Paul 90; Nev
York Central 87 1-4: Pennsylvania 106
7-S; Reading 143 7-8; Southern Paci
fic 87: t'nion Pacific 12G 1-2; Steel
58 5-8: Preferred 109 3-4.
BOSTON COPPER MARKET
Bid. Ask.
Adventure 3V& 3Vi
Arizona 8 2
Allouez 57' 57 Ms
Calumet and Ariz 63 Mi 6
Calumet and Hecla 590 592
Copper Range 55 56
Daly West 34 2
Ray Consolidated 24 24
Giroux 2 1
Greene Cananea 34 Vj 35
Hancock 21 21V4
Isle Royale 30 31
Lake Copper 14 15
iMiaml 26 26
Mohawk 75
Mass Copper . . .' 14 14',4
North -Butte 33 33
Nevada Cons 115 16
Osceola 85 86
Old Dominion 56 56
Quincy 88 89
Shannon 9 9
Superior Copper 29 30
Tamarack 36 37
Utah Cons 14 15
Victoria 2 3
Winona 4 4
Wolverine 62 62
North Lake 2 2
South Lake 6 7
Chino 46 46
Utah Copper 68 68
Tom Reed ' 300
Inspiration 31 31
Shattuck 28 28
United Verde Ex
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4 1-16 4
One of the most interest
ing features of the mass meet
ing of temperance workers on
the Y. M. C. A. stadium next Friday
night win be an address of Senator
Drachman of Pima county, who in
troduced the prohibition bill in the
first session of the present legisla
ture. Other members of the legisla
ture perhaps will be heard at the
meeting, beside other prominent citi
zens who are actively interested in
the work of organizing the prohibi
tion forces for the campaign next
year.
Mrs. Grady Gammage, state
ganizer of the W. C. T. U.
president of the Tucson union,
address the meeting, and this
nouncement alone will attract many
to hear this interesting woman.
In addition to music by tbe In
dian school band there will be spe
cial vocal numbers during the eve
ning o
FRANKLIN MAN SAYS
SALES RECORDS HIGH
FOR PHOENIX MAN
World Famous Experts Award J. C.
Jeffery Honor at Pacific Coast
Advertising Men's
Convention
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or-
and
will
an-
Once in a great while some one
asks Gecrge Ilageman a real techni
cal question about the why and
wherefore o the Franklin's internal
organs, and if Harold Wells isn't
around George has to change the
subject. That's why the Franklin
people send one of their efficiency
experts around occasionally not only
to see that all of their cars are per
forming just right, but to tutor their
agents on the many points of Frank
lin superiority. W. C. Small, Pacific
coast engineer for the Franklin peo
ple, with headquarters at San Fran
cisco, has een camping in Phoenix,
telling George a lot of new things
about the car and incidentally trying
to learn just exactly how Wells drove
on the first of May when he rolled
off fifty-three miles on a gallon of
gas and did it in what was practi
cally a new car. And by the way
the last Franklin sale was that of
that very same car to a man who
had read of the big stunt in The
Republican.
Small says that Franklin sales con
tinue very good and that his com
pany is having no trouble this sea
son in maintaining its place as sell
ing more cars of the price than any
other factory in the world. Los An
geles and San Francisco particularly
are making good sales records, while
on account of the high price of wheat
southwestern Washington has also
made phenomenal sales. Small was
in Walla Walla when their agent de
livered over twenty cars in a week,
which was going some for a small
town.
Hageman is out of a demonstra
tor temporarily, but a recent wire
from the factory brought the wel
come news that one of the very
latest series seven had been shipped
him. This he expects this week and
as it will embody all the very latest
improvements and refinements local
Franklin fans are looking forward to
its arrisal with much interest.
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LAST CHANCE TO FILE
REFERENDOM PETITIONS
That Phoenix has in its midst an
advertising man of rare ability, is
revealed by the fact, that J. C.
Jeffrey of The Jeffrey Advertising
Agency in a recent contest held for
a silver cup offered for the best
collection of advertising ideas and
displays, by the Pacific Coast Ad
vertising Men's Association, made a
"neck to neck race" for the coveted
trophy; the cup going to Jeffrey's
Los Angeles opponent, only after it
had taken the judges several hours
to decide that the Los! Angeles ex
hibit had a shade the better of the
i argument.
However Jeffrey's was awarded
"honorable mention." This being the
only "honorable mention" made other
tiian the cup.
When it is considered that exhi
bits came from Vancouver, Seattle,
Taeoma, Portland, San Francisco,
Sacramento, Los Angeles and San
Diego, etc., it is little wonder that
Jeffrey is reciving congratulations
on all sides.
The judges were: W. W. Wood
head, president of the Advertising
Clubs of the World; Mr. Dobbs, vice
president of the same institution,
and Mr. Appal, advertising expert for
Wannamaker's, New York and Phil
adelphia. The Pacific Coast Advertising
Men's convention was held in Los
Angeles, the last week of May, and
attracted so much attention that
Mayor Rose proclaimed one of the
days "Advertsing Day" when all
stores and offices were closed for
the afternoon.
GOLDEN GATE TEA
ONE WEEK. ONLY
JUNE 7th to 12tfa
CEYLON -INDIA
ENGLISH BREAKFAST
OOLONG
JAPAN
GUNPOWDER
BLACK & GREEN
For one 'week at
these prices to con
vince you that the
tea is worui.inc;
price. (f
A. pound ot
this tea makes
300 cups.'., At
80c; a pound,
the cost is one
cent for about
four cups."
You can afford
to.drink good tea.
THIS COUPON
IS GOOD FOR MONEY
IF PRESENTED AT GROCERS
JUNE 7th to 12th, 1915
KFOLGER'S 'Kg' TEAl
Regular Special ule pric
retail price with coupon
1 LB. TINS .80 .60
" .40 .25
54 " "- .25 .15
5 " " 375 2.50
Grocers will collect the difference
from us
t ENTER YOUR ORDER BELOW
JUNE POULTRY MEET
HERE ON SATURDAY
The June meeting of the Arizona
Poultry Association is to lie he:l Sat
urday ."iernoon ot this week at 'ie
t ! aml'Ci of Commerce. (me of trie
he-., programs of the vei,- his lieen
prepared for this meeting. An effort
is made to have each meeting of
special interest for the poultry
raisers from a seasonable standpoint.
At this time of year, the young
chickens and old hens all need at
tention to prevent any disease from'
i gaining a foothold. At this meeting j
i Dr. otto and V. o. Ferris, both of
(Jlendale will discuss hy exhibiting
live specimens of diseased chickens !
which will afterward be dissected.
Another feature of the program
will be an address by Dr. A. AV. Mor- j
rill, state entomologist, on the sub- j
ject of 'Ticks and Stick Fasts." One j
of the most serious troubles of the
poultryman is to keep down the ver- !
min. Ticks are peculiar to the south
west, and but little has ever been
published concerning them in the
poultry journals, so that this will be
the opportunity of the season to
learn the life history of these blood
sucking insects.
j The meeting is open to
j an invitation is extended
one interested in poultry
Saturday is the day and
sharp the hour.
Size of Tim I H
A. FOLGER & CO.,
San Francisco
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Centrally Ix:ated within half block of everytliiiig - on I
direct car line to the Exposition.
ISO outside rooms, hot & cold running water in every one
RATES
IVtiirVd bath
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Tlce Ub it Arc I Ens direct to HM or from
hi. Ctr ir'.-t otl :il 4i li St., wRik h. h l.i k st.nt:
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Private La Ih I
$?.) sinjiie
2.50. &U0dou hie I
Frrrv take nv Market L
3ri & l-wu-
Thursday only. Old Dvtch Cleanser,
5c. 2 cans to a customer. MeKees Cash
Store. - ba
T'nless petitions bearing a lare num
ber of signatures are filed at the of
fice of the secretary of state before
closing time this evening, none of the
laws enacted by the second state le
gislature will be referred to the people
at the next general election. But three
additional petitions were filed yester
day, making the number of names se
cured toward a referendum on Senate
Bill No. 2, relating to costs in civil
cases. III.
Lack of interest in the defeat of the
measure providing- that jury fees may
be assessed as a part of the costs is
said to have been responsible for the
failure of the efforts to have the law
submitted to the people. Referendum
petitions aimed at the law providing
for the semi-annual payment of taxes
were also circulated, but those who
had charge of the work against this
measure are stated to have changed
thetr plans, and will use their efforts
to have the law changed at the pres
ent extra session.
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14 lbs. granulated HUgar $1; 48 lbs.
Moses Best flour, $2.25; 24 lbs. Moses
Best flour, $1.15; small cans Leaf lard
45c; medium cans I.,eaf Lard 75c; large
cans Ieaf I.ard $1.45; 3 cans Lily milk
25c; 6 cans Lily milk, small. 25c; large
Hydro I'ura, 19c, McKees Cash Store.
all. and
to every
raising.
2 p. m.
Thursday only. Old Dutch Cleanser,
5c. 2 cans to a customer. McKees Cash i
Store. bs
TOIJAY
What a Program
Mary Pickford
Weber and Fiolds
"The Lone Star Rush"
Seven Reels in all.
THE LAMARA
The World's Best Pictures
We Move Anything
Pi;uio Moving, Furniture Crating our spoi-ialty, y
Experienced Men.
Chambers Transfer Co.
18 South Center Phone 1228
Get the best trunk, case or bag for less money
it
Phoenix Trunk Factory
433 West Washington Street
GIRLS! CLEAN AND BEAUTIFY HAIR
NO DANDRUFF 25 CENT DANDERINE
Stop
washing hair! Try
Makes hair glossy, soft
and Abundant.
this!
Surely try a '"Danderine Hair
Cleanse" if you wish to immediately
double the beauty of your hair. Just
moisten a cloth with Danderino and
draw it carefully through your hair,
taking one small stand at a time,
Ihis will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt
or any excessive oil in a few min
utes you will be amazed. Tour hair
will be wavy, fluffy and abundant
and possess an incomparable soft
ness, lustre and luxuriance.
Besides beautifying the hair, one
application of Danderine dissolves ev
ery particle of dandruff; invigorates
the scalp, stopping itching and fall
ing hair.
Danderine is to the hair what fresh
showt'.-s of rain and sunshine axe to
vegetation. It goes right to the
roots, invigorates and strengthens
them. Its exhilarating, stimulating
and life-producing properties cause
the hair to grow long, strong and
beautiful.
You can surely have pretty, soft,
lustrous hair, and lots of it, if you
will just get a 25 cent bottle of
Knowlton's Danderine from any drug
store or toilet counter and try it as
directed.
PARAMOUNT
PICTURES
7 Reels 7
This
Picture
shows the
speat
Liner
Leaving
New York.
ARIZONA THEATER
TODAY and TOMORROW
Positively the Only Moving Picture in Existence of the
PARAMOUNT
PICTURES
-ILL-FATED
LUS
ITANIA
7 Reels 7
See the
Passengers
Bidding
Farewell
on that
Fatal
Voyage
Jessie L. Laskv nresents WALLACE EDDINGER in g
"A GENTLEMAN OF LEISURE" g
Third Installment of the South American Travel Pictures S
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