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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, JtTLY 12, 1915 5 I r 3 BIS IT3H f ft Lv 1'Vi nience ic'iA kerosene Kitchen Economy With wood or coal waste heat. Too much or too little for hest cooking. In hot weather too much heat coming out into the room. With a ool nil-stove no vri:te heat or fuel. ! :!r;ur or fmir ly tlair.e or a slow tire : a h"t tir.c. All the convenience of yas for every lu.iiif.'ail the year round. New Perfection Oil Cook-Stove For Beit RetaltM Uie Pearl Oil TVMer cooking. flame a'ljustaVte to jut tin.- octree need ed j.-r n-.it-, tT tirca-I. for paltry. No ! r. !"s not taiut ::.o f. '.!. A cool cook am! a clean kitcht-n. A-k your ! .,!er. S. e dena nitration, l'alaoe of Manufactures, IVnuii!::-1 '.i.-isic i position. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (California) 1'hoemx Refreshment like this makes shopping so much easier wqysTear ntl $ 1 .00 prr pound EBAY TUESDAY, JULY 13 There voll be a prize Pie Contest at Riverside Park. It is open to everybody and cash prizes of $10, $5 and $2.C0 will be given for the Three Best Pies submitted. Pies must be made from Salt River Valley Fruit now in season. All pies must be at the Park not later than 2:00 P. M. Tuesday. No charge to enter contest, but all pies become property of the Park and WILL BE DISTRIBUTED FREE to Patrons and Picknickers FOR PARTICULARS PHONE 1945 Riverside Park ADMISSION TEN CENTS TONIGHT and TOMORROW ROMAINE FIELDING In a Two-Reel Feature, "From Champion to Tramp" Many local people appear in this exciting picture TAKEN IN PHOENIX Also in this program, "Sally Castleton," South erner, a 3-reel Edison; also two comedies. THEATER 7:009:15 P. M. Coming Wednesday, Howard Estabrook in the Metro Feature, "FOUR FEATHERS." ARIZONA 1915 VALUATION OF MINES COMPARED WITH 1913 AND '14 A comparison of the total assessments of the producing mines of the Mate for the years 1H13, 1!14, anil lir is contained in the followitiR tahle, which was compiled ly the state tax commission. The 1U15 assessed valua tion of the property of each company is also shown: Comparative Assessments of Producing Mines 1913 1914 Mines $113,33LKIM.ir $110,393,9X9.53 Improvements .V- machinery.. 21,196.413.02 30.225, l,sl.9 1915 $121,225.H:ir..74 33.or,,S2'2.7r, Total 1134,529,017.17 $140,019,171.49 Included in this .amount which was assessed as non-pri The final valuation placed inic claims, or groups of same, ment of same is shown in the is $3,310,512.51 of productive due-live for the year 1914. on the most Important produi for the years 1913, 1914 and following tahle: $155,131,051)49 mining property inti mines, min the 1915 assoss- Aiizona 'upper Co., Ltd. 'aluinit (4 Ariz. Mining (' t'oinmcr.lal Mining Co. . . ppcr ijuccn ('. M. Co.. Croup "A"., doup "H" . . Iroit C. M. Co. of Ariz Ineiuesn- M. .M- It. Co. ... Cold (l;.s .Mines Co. .. Crcat Western C. Co Iron Cap ('upper Co I.eullal'il Co,per Co Mmiiiii.i Cupper Co Miami Copper Cu Needles M. jft S. Co 'Id liominion C. M. jfc S. l!ay 'on. Copper Co It ft. Hi -hardsun & AK.i'i Owners, N. M. Arnster. i ator under option Shannon Copper Co Shattuck Ariz. Cupper Co. Superior 1". C. Cu Tom Heed Cold M. 'o... I'nion liasiti M. Co 1'nited Cluhe M Co I'lllted Verde Copper Co. Vulture Mines Co Wolverine Ariz. M. Co. World's Fair Mine I lev. l-'iank Powers and wife Tonight, Last Time, Julius Steger, in "THE FIFTH COMMANDMENT." FIELDING Special Local Picture, "FROM CHAMPION TO TRAMP" First Time Tonight EMPRESS 7:15-9:00 LAMARA "EXPLOITS OF ELAINE" Installments Every Thursday and Fridav PLAZA Opp. City Hall Every Wednesday "The Twenty Mil lion Dollar Mystery." Every Satur day "The Master Key." Every Sun day a 1 Vintages Feature. 1913 9.1'.79.S57.09 5.2"9.S7x.4S ul.3C.2.56 2S,505.M'i5.37 23.50S.33 S.029.S1S.74 00,223.45 4 19.023.35 095,515.31 104. 201. S2 91.092.72 S.992.030.S4 31.553 79 3.01S.SS2.37 X. 403.507.04 in. 127.855,25 3. 0X2. 77.X. 90 071. XXX 77 15.X57.25rt 01 3.032.5 IX. 94 4 19.730.03 2.122.553.53 13,3X0,lXS.7O 33.334.35 1914 $ S, 102.407.25 3,3X1, 141. X5 14.O00.O4 25,940,775.04 219,439.50 5,553,749.74 141.394.59 4 IX, 925. 94 370,159.40 151.X90.30 X. 220, 420. 75 21 7.534. X4 4. 002.01 0.59 1 l,194,04a.79 559.3X7.20 1.1X0,529.20 4,757.311.31 14,951,795.44 3,020,320.94 2,230.210.15 14.020.07X.OO 512.573.90 XI, 941. 12 5.3S0.25 1915 0.709.544. 40 2,054.2X9.39 37.250.00 29.357,050.55 5.107.9X1.97 12X.035.XO 202,070.75 4 1, 001. 70 1 19,205.73 74.37S.XO 15X.1 IX. 50 X. 739.379. 53 X3.90O.IOP 4.700,1 XX. X0 1 1,904,340.93 427. 302. XO 1.300,192.40 4.794.297.00 20.551,070.33 3. 034,000. OX 170,077.50 3,012.707. 7-15.319.100.12 33S.490.50 113.402.53 109,093.5a 'o. Total for State $1 13,332,004. 1915 Assessment of Patented and Arizona Commercial Mining Co. Arizona Copper Co.. Ltd Arizona 1'nited Mining Co Hanker Mill Mines Co Calumet K Arizona Minim? Co. . Commercial Minim? Co Commonwealth Mining A- Milling Consolidated Arizona Smelting ' Copper (,'uei n Consolidated M Detroit Copper M. Co of Arizona I 'u. :esnc Mining & deduction Co. Cold lioads Mines i Creat Western Copper Co Thus. Hitrigins 'Inspiration Con. Copper Co Iron 'ap 'upper Co Leonard Copper d MaKmu. Cupper Cu Miami Copper Co Needles Mining Smelting Co. ... 'Ill Dominion C. M. S. Co. ... Uav Consolidated Copper Co H H. Kii hardson Shannon Copper Co Shattuck Arizona Copper Co Superior A- Huston Copper Co Superior .v I'lttsl.urg Copper Co. . Tom Heed Cold Mines Co Iliion Itasin Mining Co 1'nited Clohe Mines I'nited Verde Copper Co Vulfiiro Mines Co Warrior Copper Co Wolverine At Arizona Mining Co. . Worlds Fair Mine Development Ci Frank and Josephine I'owers, o 15 $1 10,393.9X9.53 Unpatented Producing alaation. $ 109.1 34. 00 0.709.544. 40 2S.102OO 1X0.750.O0 2,054.29.39 " 37.250 00 X2.00S 00 74. 509.00 29.357.050.55 5,107.9X197 128,030 X0 202.070.75 41,001.70 24. 032. 00 1.057.X17.OO 119,205.73 74.378. SO 158.11X50 R. 739. 379 53 83,900 00 4, 700.1X8. X0 1 1.904.340.93 427.302 XO 1.3UO.192.40 4,794,297.00 55. 725. oil 20,551.070 33 3. 034.000 OX 170.077.50 3.012.707.75 15.319.100.12 338.490.50 139.992.00 143.402.53 $121,225, M ines Imp. & 95 6.220, 21 121 2,895 lo 290 304 5.143 1.705 1 00 X 2,094 3 2,74 0 34, 2.O04 4,7o9 :i, 1,129 8 9, 34 192 175 4 5 4o 3.754 177 X ,833.74 Mach. ,7x7.00 ,191.00 .570.00 .072.30 .125.14 ,300.00 .200.49 ,980,00 .954.98 .085.00 ,:3x 00 ,940.00 ,778.00 .840.00 ,25(1.00 .021.20 .830.00 ,024.00 ,579.00 .91 l.oo ,472.20 ,225 00 .980.0(1 .423.00 .785.00 .010.00 ,500.00 .574.00 .791.05 .480. 3:i ,892.011 .507.00 .2o0.no . opel ners . . 169.093.50 Total for State of Arizona .$12 25.833.74 $35,301,082.' Indicates that total assessment includes plant railroad valuation hereto fore assessed as railroad property, of a total valuation of $1,455,200.00. STRANGE AS IT SEEMS THIS STORY IS TRUE Man of Good Eye Sight Has Never Seen Moving Picture It doesn't seem jwissib!... out it Is true. Some years ago seventeen a man who had had a great ileal of experience in different parts of the world in hist caily life came to the valley and bought I a lorty acre ranch. Later he hought another nearby. He has established a thoroughly up to date dairy with ev ery appliance that should belong to a dairy. Thesis nothing remarkable or unbelievable about that. Hut in seventeen years, this man has never been out of the valley and he h:us slept at his ranch every night but one. That night he was with a party of friends at Cranite Heef. They went there with the expectation of returning the same night but they were detained and camped out. It should be stated that this man who is now only a. little pat middle age is a highly educated man, a uni versity man who in eursu did not ex- CHANDLER LDOftl THEATER Today Advertised in The Saturday Evening Post. ROMANCE ADVENTURE MYSTERY BEAUTY By Harold McGrath pect to bury himself on an Arizona ranch. He does not feel that he has buried himself or that any man buries himself who makes a success of a busi ness that he finds congenial. Now rum the part of the story that mav raise a question concerning the veracity of The Republican but affi davits will be forthcoming If i-alled for. This dairyman is brought to Hhoenix almost every day of the week on busi ness. Hut he has never seen a moving picture, and he is not blind, he ha.s never been in a playhouse of any char acter in seventeen years. He can only guess what a moving picture look like. He was advised by a friend not to miss the San Francisco exposition where he was told he could see every thing in a bunch that he has been miss ing for seventeen years. The name of the man is purposely withheld hut, it w ill be confided by The He publican to the proprietors of the fourteen moving picture houses of I'hoenix who labor under the delusion that they have at one time or another entertained every body in the Salt River Valley. DEPOSITS IN BANK OE CHANDLER BREAK ALL FORMER RECORDS Total Shows Increase of $10,000 Over Former High Mark Seventy-five Per Cent Made by Ranchers All records for deposits at the Hank of Chandler wen: broken last week, when on Thursday Assistant Cashier Turnet reported a total of $85,000. This amount is over $10,000 in excess of all previous records and is but another evidence of the increasing prosperity of Chandler and the Chandler district. Further evidence of the stability of financial conditions is seen in the fact that the bank's records fhow that fully seventy-five per cent of the deposits belong to ranchers. LAWYER SUPPLY IS DECREASING Scarceness of Business Has Caused Many Men to Abandon Their Practices The Lure of the Mask Harold Lockwood Elsie Jane Wilson COMING CHARLIE CHAPLIN IN HIS PREHISTORIC PAST MUTUAL MASTER PICTURES Few tears will be shed over the news that the supply of lawyers ih diminishing in proportion to the population. Between 1900 and 1910 the population of the country in creased 21 per cent. The increase of lawyers was only 6.7 per cent. This fact may point to a decrease of liti gation or it may Indicate that the business of some legal firms is grow ing while that of others has fallen to nothing. No doubt a process of selection and survival goes on among the lawyers. Those best adapted to the singulari ties of the law and the oddities of our courts survive, while the others go Into the chicken business. The concentration of business in big cor porations no doubt accounts for part of the relative decrease of lawyers. Big business requires first class counsel but not many tongues to im part it. The independent attorney of other days has become rare because his support has fallen off. litiga tion is not so popular as it waa for merly. The common saying that "even the winner of a lawsuit loses," expresses a wide-spread conviction. The ordinary citizen feels that it is best to settle his troubles out of court if he possibly can. Portland Oregonian. DEATH OFMARY CAROLINE SMITH After an illness of fo;.r months, Mrs. Mary Caroline Smith, wife or J. H. Smith, died of diabetes .-t 11:35 o'clo- k Friday night. July 9. Mrs. Smith was born in I'ennylvania and had reaided then' until s'le came to Arizona, one year and fjurteen days iigo. Since that time who had been a resident of ( 'i'ar.dl' r. She was a member of the Methodist church for 35 year::. The deceased is survived l.v her husornd and two daughters, Mr::. H. A. Waite and Miss Hertha Smith, both of Chandler. Services were condi cted by Rev. C. I.. York of tlie Chandler M. K. church at 7 : 30 Saturday eveiinr Internvnt was made Sunday morning in the Mesa cemetery. JURY FAILS TO AGREE The jury in the cin; of John Derrick tried in the superior court at I'hoenix on the e'narge of assault with a deadly we ;i''i. ii on an Ji ilian named Juan An ton, failed to agree and v a.i ii:a -barged At ha.-.t 25 witnesses from Chandler were summon d. Last i.prictr n'on and two other Indians entered the Der rick store. Following nn argument over feme mere' audi e Derrick seized a gun and ordered the Indians from his store. They seemed reluctant about roini; and a shot nn fired. Di-rrii kVi defense waa that be was de'ending his pn.pe: ty. BROOM CORN MEETING A meeting of broom corn growers lias hi en called for Monday evening, July 12 at the Chamber of Commerce, rooms bv S'eeretar I'eabody. A number of important matters arc up for discus sion and a large aitendaic e is expected. The threshing of the broom corn is now SHIPPING CANTALOUPES The cantaloupe season l,;u- started in Chandiir and the farmer to ship is Ceo. H. Johnson. I:. R. Rojce and F. J. Hill are in ih.uge of the operations and a car a day is sent out. A good market has been found for the local stuff which is said to be well aboe the quality of most cantaloup! s. FAMILY IS POISONED The family of C. Arnold, the local 1 lacksmit h, w as poisoned by ptomaine. Six of the eic.ht members were made eeriously ill for a time but prompt work saved them. I TEMPE NEWS NOTES I I i TEACHERS l!l S CHOOLS SuTt. Mullen Announces Faculties for New Term Opening Sept. K! Tenth Street Uuililing is Valua ble Addition Clenna Carter, fourth grade; Hope An derson, third grade; W'innona 1'errigo, second grade; Flora M. Thew, first grade. Miss Rice will be supervisor of music and Miss Kva C. Rector super visor o! drawing in the grammar school grades. Superintendent Mullen is looking forward to a. decidedly successful term during the new year. The addition of the in-'.,' Tenth street school that in now (ompioie and ready for occupancy re lieves the congestion that has been so boi hersonie lor sever;t terms and makes ample room for the proper ac commodation of every class. Roth the mammal- -and high schools will open on Monday September 13. With practically every position now filled. Superintendent J. I). Mullen has announced the corps of teachers that will supervise work in the Tempi- hu:li and grammar schools next term. Mr. Mullen is absent just now on his sum mer vacation at Oak Creek. The kilter part 'if this monlh he will leave there to attend the uimual convention of the National Kilue;ttioiial As-oi hi i ion at Oakland, C.il., cat ly in August, and then he w,ll he hack in Tempi- io add the final touches preliminary to the opening of the 1915-10 term in the fall. - The high school v. ill have as its fac ulty: IO. A. Row. principal and sconce; Kmm.-i I!. French, l.atin and Spanish: W. I!. Christy, commercial; Bessie J. Bark ley, Kntlish: Mat tie A. York, mutheiua tics ; S. J Jcmiinf.'s, manu.il arts; Cunncllc M. I' dc, son, history and household economicc; Myrtle K. Rice, vocal mucic. In the l-:i h'h street gramm school will tie: Mary F McN eipi:l and secia.d grade: Inez .Mul.in, first grade; Kva ts Crillth, first grade; Ceraldinc Hodnett. third grade; Anna Blount, fourth jjrauo. In the Tenth street grammar si boo will be: Sidney li. Moeur. principal and eighth t'tade; Jessie Dickinson, sev enth grade; Margaret Binson. sixth grade; Klizahcth ( 'osner. fifth grade; PLUMEING STARTS TODAY The first plumbing woik on the new euer system will be placed underway today. l'r;totic;,y all of the plumbers have secured their permits from the board of public works, most of ihe ma terial is on tin1 ground and the real work on residences and oihei- property will commence this morning whi-n tin first permits will be grantid by the eik to Ihe taxpayers. COAST VISITORS A jollv party of young j rople left Tempe Saturday for various coast re-"nit:-; to spend the remainder of the summer. In the party v.cre Lawrence .t:st:a. Miss- Deiia Austin, .Miss 1'earl la-,, :s. Bdi'ie McDonald and I'.ulah llndlow. .Mis Bansv Harmon left last ovciang and will join the party in Iis .Aligi les today hence the most of them v. iil continue on to San I "ra tn i w, , .Mir.-s Ai; 'tin and Miss Harmon are members of the 1 a 1 gra d ua t i n--' class of t!u- nor mal aial will be in Frisco next Satur day to attend the reunion of their (lass that is to be held there. r grade 1, piin- Buck's Plumbing Co. Orlo Kuc!:. Located on West Foiirll; St., Ad.joinm.L',' J 5 lick's Livery Stable, Temjc, Arizona. Let us furnish estimate1-' on your sewer and plmnb i);'' Phone 1 U. REFRESHING RAIN Yisterlav was (ptite like a day in the fail. Tin early morning rain sett ! d the du-t, cooler off the atmosphere and marie conditions generally favor able ;o pleasant a mid summer day as might be w ished p.r. BALL SUITS MISSING Ti 'line's hasehail club, most partieu Drlv :ts efficient Manager Kpbraim Carlson, is n tning the loss ot ne suits and a Tn i . ' r-l !a neoi : s lot of etpjip-ni'-i t. I l was several weeks ago the g. it mi nt ; disappeared, the players have s-arch.-d high am low in every spo. their imagination might direct tlie, but y.i-'iout avail and they have now about i ome to the conclusion tiro son., bod- did actually swipe the whole outfit. The mniiager avers he'll share a good ait of Cm- c sh that now re I os, s in thf ll'li treasury '.-. i ' h the man. woman o- ifiill who will furnish him w:th a clue that will lead to the prcs- nt In readouts of the paraphernalia. Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. CHRISTIANS ORGANIZE Members of the Christian church have organized a Sunday school with the following officers: Superintendent. John Calhoun; assistant superinten dent. John Keith: treasurer. W. A. Brooks: pianist, Mrs. S. W. Kncpppr. The I'nion Christian Kndcavor recent ly elected the following oficers: Pres ident, Ceorge Armstrong; vice presi dent. John Keith: secretary, Cladyi; Berry: treasurer, Amy Hansen. GO CAMPING R. M. Turner, vice president and cashier of the Hank of Chandler, his son .Russell Turner, and I. A. Jacob son of the Chandler hotel, left this week, via auto, for a camping trip to the White Mountains. They will re main a month. D. M. Arnold will he in the dank during Mr. Turner's absence. An open letter to my friends and patrons: Attention nnnnBBHassnannM Look! Listen! I have just unloaded five carloads of lumber, roofing shingles and corrugated iron. .This must sell at once and for 10 days I will make unheard of prices on this stock or until i raise $3000. I need the money and it will pay you to haul out or let us deliver you a load of this lumber for fu ture use even if you don't need it just now. Let this week be a raiser of $2000 for the yard that has been a price maker on lum ber for nearly two years. H. H. Shoup 517 E. Washington Tempe ardware G Tempe, Ariz. We are in the I 'liiiitbiiiir Ibisinrss all the time with a full stock If you want your propertv connected with the sewer system See us for Fair Fstimatcs Fairbanks-IViorsc Engines Schieren's Duxbak Belting, Pulleys, Sliaftiriar, Purcos, Etc. ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPLY CO. ' 3rd Ave. and Jackson. "We Have the Stock!' Phoenix PHOENIX DIRECTORY Automobiles - Garages -Accessories Arizona Motor Company, Inc. AUTOMOBILES Everything for the automobile carried in stock FIRST AND VAN BUREN STREETS BUICK W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agents. Garage and Salesrooms 313 North Central Avenue. Phone 1450 MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horrell 521 N. Central. Phone 1223 Expert Service Men CAPITAL AUTO SUPPLY CO. ACCESSORIES U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE Everything But the Auto 517 N. Central Ave. Phone 1071 MLi. THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET TODAY GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Arizona Corner Second and Adams Streets Motor Car 5-Parsenger. $565. Runabout. $519 EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent 308-310 E. Adams St. Maricopa County Agent for Firestone Tires MOBILE THOS. H. McKEVITT CO. Car of the 'American Family. Fred L. Waugh Sales Manager. 25 N. 2nd St. Phone 1246. MASTER CARBURETORS CONGRESS TIRES Both Are Big Money Savers. The Best in the World SOUTHWESTERN CAREURETOR CO. 306 North Central Avenue EPAIRS Auto repairing, rebuilding, etc.. done satisfactorily at the O'Neill Auto Co. Shop. Best equipped in state. Competent men. Gear cutting and lathe work. Now under new management. F. L. Richmond, 328 N. Central. Phone CSC.