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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNK 2o, .1915
PAGE THREE I WE KEEP THE COST OF LIYINTi DOWN I HYDRO-PURA H " regular 2'n- packages 1 Ivdio-Pura lor (."e with I I a Three Dollar order of other trroce) ies. B i I Drey's quart Mason Jars, dozen 50c dozen heavy Jar Rings 25c 2 packages Crape Xnts 25c o packages rn flakes, 25c; 1 dozen lor ... .90c is) His. Kancy Onions 25c 2 dozen Choice Lemons for 35c 1 large Can Asparagus .....20c ) reiruiar '. packages i l vdi o-rura lor .c with a Three Dollar order of other trrocet ies. NOTE OUR PRICES Drey's quart Mason Jars, dozen 50c dozen heavy Jar Rings 25c 2 packages Crape Xnts 25c 0 packages Coin flakes, 25c; 1 dozen lor ... .90c is) His. I-'aiiey Onions 25c 2 dozen Choice Lemons for r 35c 1 large Can Asparagus .....20c 1' eans (iood Tomatoes $1.10 11' cans Solid Fancy Pack Tomatoes $1.35 12 'ans (Jood Corn $1.05 " rans Domestic Sardines 25c 1 ran Hill's P.lue Can Coffee 90c 1 1'2-oz. pa.-kage Hill's Tea 45c Lily .Milk, : for 25c; dozen 95c Pink Deans for Seed Finest Quality. Oct our prices before yon 1-uy. We guarantee the quality of all our goods. Every gro -ei v in Phoenix is inspected regularly ly both state and F. S. pure food inspectors. Arizona Grocery Co. MISS SLAYTON USES LIST 10 BOOST TICKET SALES prom flu. I 1.ii4i.- .iiit ;.. !...,. I. II Iliri-siTVerl li.v Mis Sluyt..n anil when . . 'the time comes slu- is continent Unit J.lCKei rMUUlg I.OIiteSt IS the men will not foiRet their 1 'rni ifi ci txr fur i '. -i t n I lses. Finish Cor the Jewelry j "What's the Ithey all want the 329-331 E. Washington Phone 455 UNCLE JOE, HALE AND HEARTY AT 79, ADDRESSES HAWAIIAN'S ON BIRTHDAY 5 ...Tr r"-r-X - M i rr "Uncle Joe" Cannon addressing Hawaiians. Perennial youth seems to have fastened itself on "Uncle Joo" Cannon. When he celebrpteo his 7'jth birthday recently he happened to bo in Hawaii, and he delivered a speech to the natives which was as vigorous and as full of fire as the addresses he used to make while on the stump ten and twenty years aco. How to Learn the Things That Pay or How to Find Students The World Pays the Highest Price for Trained Assistance Dissatisfied? Are you in some business that pays too little? Higher cost of living worrying you? Then learn something that pays. It is roomy and lovely up at the top. But the ladder of knowledge is the only entrance. Some school or private instruction can serve you. Wish to find the right place? Of course you do. The Want Ad Way is the open door. If you have a school or teach private classes, gel pupils at the smallest cost. Our Little Want Adj reach the ambitious. They are waiting for your skilled services. Whether you are prepared to teach or wish to learn, it matters not. Tell the story of your desires or qualifications in a Little Want Ad at a cost of but a few pennies and tell it at wf -1 1 once, it you cannot write tne aa. we shall be glad to write it without additional cost. I f you want success Use (Suggestions for You to Adopt WANTED In t met ion in merlin nicul dnw- Inc. Must ntudy niM. Have Grammar-, r-hooi education. Earn smU alary, but air. will tui? to KtmlT fi.irl. TWi me wbnt you " d' for mr. Ai Jrrj WANTEI Younjf men to fill hih-lriM positions. Wp r nkl com Itmall.v fr frrainat" from our m'li:uit'Ai and Wectrlml coors. You miv Ktiidr n'chf. Full pt. tciilara. Wrtt fodar. A'l'li'': The Want Ad Way The' Republican's Want Ads go to over 30,000 readers. Get to these readers, through this investment. Phone 422 uho (if worrying Ihcm ti do their iiart. When In mod report comes tip like the one ! we iust reeeiveil, every one wants to liuv tickets for the Lull pimps.-' she when!. -uiil l:ivt evening when he heard that i the ! t'hoenix won in yesterday's liattle. to 2. over Tucson. It s going to In close race for prizes in the tieket- sellinn' contest for the doubleheailer on July " Kvery otic of the contest mis is struggling hard for first place .V'iss Slay ton and Miss Staples are running close and not far behind are .Miss Anita Raker. Miss Mildred -lare it ml Miss IKirothv Wrijrht. There an tiiL-i.ttf t. tin. .l..iil.ltK..i,l..a. T..n.1... I iiniii. i , .Htveral other young women who are J"'v j selling tickets, hut who have not en J.ut that s not the way they all feel:tcrcd the contest. The prizes have about it. she has a long list of those , l, en donated by the Hege, White and who are goinj; to buy, but aren't hilWi.slev. Itusenzweig. and Kriedman is being carefull . ! stores. '1'lZt'S "I want to helji the hoys," and Jessie Sla Ion says that, it is signal for every man within sound of her voice to help her. While .VlisH Sin; ton knows there no immediate need for those she assisting, yet she does not believe waiting until the last minute, and daily adding to the payday fund the Phoenix ball team by the sale H), hurry. The list ANOTHER COURT GIVEN (Conthuied from Page One) Johns, Itrifold. I.eeper. Maria r, Jler s ill. Mahoney Newbury fleed. Rich ardson. Sweeney, the Speaker IS. After this, senate bill No. I was taken up. This is a proposed con struct ion of the pi uliibitiou constitu tional amendment 10 permit the im portation by druggists of alcohol to be sold under strict regulation for medicinal, mechanical and scientifi" urposes. The provision for the lat ter two purposes was stricken out. on the ground that tile bill permitted already the introduction of alcohol for those purposes by the institutions that might ne-d it. The idea was to prevent the purchase of it from the orug stores by misrepresentation. The lull provided that no drug store might keep more than sixtv gallons f alcohol on hand at one time. Smaller drug stoles could not keep so much, the amount being regulated by the volue of their stocks as re turned to tile assessor the previous year. The maximum amount was re Juced to Pi gallons. The- discussion of the bill was interrupted by the re turn from the house by the additional court hill and further consideration of the prohibition measure went over for the day. Semi-Annual Payment of Taxes The conflict over the bill amend ing the law for the semi-annual pay ment of taxes was resumed on the r port of the judiciary committee returning the bill to the house with several amendment and also a house bill looking to the same end. There was more or less of a jangle and the lull was laid over for the day. The principal amendment proposed the payment of the taxes not later than the first Monday of May anil the first Mon day of November, the taxes to become payable in each case sixty days before the- dale when they should be come delinquent. The Opening Session. When the house opened in the morning. Messrs. Kaker of ;ila and Doyle of fochise were on the floor for the first time in some weeks. Mr. Doyle had been seriously ill and at one time his lire was almost de spaired of. Mr. Baker has been de tained from the session by private Imisi ness. In the course of the morning t'hap lain f'rutchfie'd secured the floor and. n behalf of the attaches of the house, extended to the speaker, the mem bers, and the members of the press sn invitation to a picnic to be given at Riverside Park this afternoon, be ginning at 3 o'clock. Before the opening the members of the house manifested considerable excitement over an article in The Republican conveying the dismaying intelligence thnt calico was getting scarce in Phoenix. Some of the members, the unmarried ones espec ially, felt that in that event Phoenix was no place for them any longer and favored an immediate adjourn ment. Representative Johns. how ever, hoping that the situation was not as bad as the excitable retKirter for The Republican had described suggested that the matter tie made the subject of a legislative inquiry. No further action wan taken. A clash between Speaker Rrooks and Representative Graham was pre cipitated by a bill introduced by the former, at the request of S. I. Pattee of the code revision commission sug gesting an amendment to paragraph S4i of the civil code to make it con form to a decision of the supreme court in cases where equitable relief sought, and which requires that all controverted questions of facts shall be submitted to the jury. The su preme court held that all questions must be submited in writing, tne court having been obliged to return many cane tor new trials, -vr. ura- ham objected to the introduction of the bill at this late day, and he es pecially objected to the consideration of a matter of which the. members knew nothing. The bill, which had been advanced through the first and second readings under suspension of the rules, was put on the calendar for the committee of the whole tomorrow. The bill providing for the salaries of the members. 'of the incorporating department of the corporation com mission was brought up. This bill was designed to supplement the gen eral appropriation bill, which had cut this department off entirely, provid ing that the salaries of the employes should be paid out of the fund of j $30,000 appropriated for the expenses of the commission. After a heated debate on the subject of governmen tal economy, the hill was recommend ed for passage. The Senate The senate, having disposed of all its own work, proceeded in a leisurely fashion to put away that which the GRAPHIC STORY OF (Continued from Page One) and damaxe. We counted eighteen nhocks in a space of a little over an hour, and they continued in lesser de gives all night. Kvery one slept out of doors, away from the buildings. Only a few residences were injured, mostly being frame, but all sulfrred damage to the contents. "We lost the cut-aia-ss bowl Aunt May left, the large vase T bought, and about half the dishes. We are among the slightest loseics. The tile house, you remember, next door to us, is a complete wreck. The Harbaia Worth hotel stood the shock, well, though the interior is verv badly damaged. The whole west wall of the Security bank building went. Two walls of the Ma sonic temple are gone. Haldridge's drug store is practically a complete wreck. Tile Princess hotel and the Main apartments are very seriously damaged. The I. V. I. bakery is all gone and the Globe Milling company a wreck. Tne ice phnt. gas plant and all larne commercial buildings will have to be rebuilt. The building in which our office was located is the least damaged of any. It onlv has a large cra'k over the bank door. ur bookcases were torn from the wall and the books thrown all over. We have not yet gone in to examine carefully. "Offices In the Security building have no -.-.est wall at all. The Title company is not b.-ully injured, but the building was torn loose from the vault. The 'oi'nly Club's wall is torn loose and about to fall. They have erec ted tents in the yards. It would take too long to detail the damage. There w.-us no loss of life t,r serious injury here so far as vie know. Kscapes were mirac ulous in many instances. " It is probable that there will be a recurrence. I certainly do not want to experience another. I never was more frightened in my life and the fear was of a vague nature, j didn't know what was coming next. It was almost im possible ii, collect one's thoughts, and to reason that there was practically no danger if one Htayed away from the brick buildings. Warning was given hv a terrific rumbling, and this un doubtedly accounts for the few injuries, only twelve reported. "Gulexico experienced about the same situation as this city, but in Mexican three were killed, and several shot for looting. There was absolutely no loot ing here. Kverything in orderly and the people after the first fright was over, have exhibited a fortitude and character which is certainly creditable. Kvery one is planning to rebuild. "It will not be many days before the town is rebuilt along better lines. Mad Ihe buildings been properly constructed in at least most instances, practically no damage -would have resulted. "The theaters were full, and were emptied in an orderly manner. The rnen taking the women and children in charge. Of course there were those who were hysterical, and all were ex cited, but grat damage would have been Buffered had there not been a suf ficient numberiof cool heads to control, r now realize more than ever, how ut terly powerless and helpless we are. "Business of course. Is all closed. Only one fruit stand and a butcher and grocery operating." He a-dds as an afterthought. "Just felt a very slight shock. We are cook-In-- on a camp fire, owing to no gas." COULDN'T SEE THEM Mr. Wilkerson, the architect, had been invited down to the .'larks to dis play the plan of (Mark's new house to some guests. "Here is the front elevation," ex plained the architect, hs he laid the plans on Ihe library table for the in spection of the visitors, "with the out side window and the circular gallery; this is ihe cast elevation, showing the tower." After the various comments had been made by the guests, little Arthur, who was enormously interested in the new house, cried : "And where are the two mortgages father said he was going to put on?" house hud transmitted to it from time to time. It referred such house bills as had been more recently received and took up those which the various committees had considered. Among them was the Proctor bill for the relief of the settlers of Apache and Navajo counties, sufferers from the late flood. a.id passed it. It alsj passed the additional county court bill and returned it to the horise. Mr. Martin introduced a new' bill, an emergency measure, permitting the state engineer to carry on hand the sum of $5,000 to pay employes who are engaged in work for brief periods. Senator fivin. whose private af fairs, have kept him at home the greater part of the present ' session, was In his seat. THE BOSTON STORE Week-Einid Specials Friday standi Satardsiy :2000 v.irds y.ud-wklo Bleat-hcl Mii.-lin, nice quality . . 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I PI 1 1 T YOUNG AND OLD IN GERMAN HOME KNIT SOCKS FOR MEN AT FRONT rSfpiC fin 'h$ III - - - . ft! i 16p- w If Jw :J ' v ffi fehr .v,'U A scene such as this one is not at all uncommon in the countries stricken by the war. This picture was taken in one of the picturesque hamlets of the Spreewald .on the outskirts of Berlin. The natives of this part of the country are descendants of a very ancient race, the Wenden. They still speak among: themselves the ancient language of their ancestors. At a very early age they train their children in household industries. This custom now shows its real value to the country, for th young children together with the older wor n (oik knit stockings for the men at the front.