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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNINO, JUT,Y 20, mio.
PAGE my.B DON'T WEAR GLASSES unless they are correctly fitted. We assure you of comfort, ac curacy and prompt Bervlce. Norttirup Optical Go. Eyesight Specialist! Successor to SWIGERT BROS. East Adams St. Opp. Adunia Hotel. Lens (rrindtng and repairing Goca Cola The National Drink. Sold everywhere, lut Hit we serve it is just a little Lit better. Our "mixer" knows liow. HAIR GOODS FOR SALE Ladlen' Toilet Parlor. Sharapooinn, Manicuring and Facial Massage, Jlalr Dressing; Expert Chiroporists, all foot troubles removed. Moles and warts removed by electricity. SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY Phone 1704 30 East Adams Street MR. BUSINESS MAN Tou may be cool in your office but how about your wife in tier kitchen? A New Feifet-tion oil cook stoke will solve her problem, at less than two dollars a month. Tlone 1-30 for prices, and our man will call and explain. PHOENIX OIL CO. BENNETT LUMBER COMPANY Everything in Lumber nj-irinriiiirii 1 T"T WHEN YOU HAVE ANY PRINTING DONE SEE THAT THIS Is on it or that it la done by one "f the firms below, who are entitled to use it: ARIZONA REPUBLICAN ARIZONA GAZETTE FIVE POINTS HERALD G. G. MORGAN PRINTING & STATIONERY CO. ARIZONA STATE PRESS MESA TRIBUNE WATKINS PRINTING CO. THE McNEIL COMPANY THE QUALITY PRESS (Figned) Label Committee. Kunz Bros. & Messinger MACHINERY Cor. 2nd Ave. & Jackson E. 8. WAKELIN GROCER CO. , WHOLESALE FOR SALE Equity of $700 in a nice $2500 cottage of 5 rooms and screen sleeping porch, near Capitol, for $350 if taken at once. $200 spent in improvements. Monthly payment, including interest, $25.00. J. B. Story, Arizona State Press, Phoenix. SUtCKSMfTM S UNOU1VO r. a a aes PMOftC 1230 pmonc iaas t-RINK C. RAPK JUICE KItKE. We give it away this week, one pint bottle AHMIKKS GRAPH JI:H'H FREE with an order of 3.tm worth of Mrt.sc. One quart bottle AR.MoUKS ORATE JUICE FREE with an order of $5.00 worth Mdse. ilcKEE'S CASH STORE (Advertisement) ds BT !S CMAMCOJU. I 3 Why risk films that were hard to get? Take them to Berryhill's for devel opment and printing. All Kodak work done prompt ly and satisfactorily by an expert. Velox paper used Of Local Interest Water Supply Facti . f Water Service Report for July 19, by Special Phone to The Republican Elevation of water In reser voir at 6 a. m S19.16 foments, acre feet 1,2711.44 1 Loss in 24 hours, acre feet.. ;i.llt'. Elevation one year ago 12i.0fi Contents year ago, acre feet l'J'.'.I-'J now of Verde and Salt Ri vers at Granite Kcef dam. M. 1 20,100 Normal flow water for lands up to year 1SS1 Amount of water used for ir rigation, north side. M. I.. 30,172 Amount of water used for ir rigation, south side, M. I. 2j,o;io o LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY 6 a. m. 6 p. m. Temperature, decrees . ...82 H7 Sensible temperature 72 73 Humidity per cent 6:t 32 Wind direction E E Wind velocity, miles 4 4 Rainfall 0 T . cather Cldy CIdy Highest temperature 97 Lowest temperature SI Mean relative humidity 4S Total rainfall T Ieficiency in temperature yester day. - degrees. Deficiency in temperature since fits of month, 2S decree:-.. Aciiirmil:Ucd defi'-ieiiey in tempera ture since January 1, 263 ilcKncs. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday. .07 inch. Deficiency in rainfall since first of month. .30 inch. , " i-'umulatcil excess in rainfall since January 1. 1.63 inch. Data for Tucson Highest tempcrat ure, yesterday ...94 Rainfall yesterday l'( BERNARD It. l.ASKoWSKI. Acting Section Director. PRICES PAID TODAY BY WALTER HILL & CO F.ggs 15c Friers, per dozen $.5.00 Hens, per lb 12- Cheese, per lb 12c BACK FROM THE NORTH State Kncineer Eamar Cobb returned last night after an extended trip f in spection over the roads in the south ern part of the state. ICE CREAM SOCIAL There will be an ice cream at the Thompson home in the Wilson diftriet. Thurs day evening. The proceeds will be u.l to help towaids the repair of the piano .f the school district. ODD FELLOWS MEETING Tli Odd Fellows of Thoonix Iodic? No. 2, will meet in regular session this e-vening at odd Fellows hall. First avenue and Washington street. Visit ing brethren are cordially invited. Work in the first decree. DUTY SENTENCED Harry Duty, who was brought back from the coast, and placed in jail charged with deserting hi.1: wife and minor child ren, was yesterday sentenced by Judge Stanford to from three to four years In the enitenti.irv at Florence. TO CONFER ON ASSESSMENT E. S. Cat es, general manager of the Ray Consolidated Mining Company will meet tolay with the state tax commission relative to the assess ment of certain mining claims owned by the company, and assessed by the comity authorities. ENGINEER RYAN HERE J. C. Ryan, county engineer of Cochise county, anil division engineer in charge of convict road work, was a I'hoenix vbitor yesterday. Mr. Ryan is enjoying his first real vacation in five years, having been granted a fifteen day l'-ave of absence by the Cochise county board of supervisors. DOG DAYS ARE NEAR The city tax collector yesterday received enough dog tags to decorate all the dogs in the county and they have been placed on sale. They are su perior tags, much more artistic than have ever before been worn by Phoe nix. One of them will make a can ine aristocrat out of the mangiest cur that ever robbed a garbage can. Hut in spite of their splendid ap pearance the price is no higher than it was last year. Tax Collector Har nett is always pleased to show goods. The tags come nil in one style, for male or female adornment at the same price. It should be added that all dogs not provided with tags will be liable to sudden death after Au gust 1. . o DRINK CRAPE JUICE FREE. We give it away this week, one pint bottle ARMOURS CRAPE JUICE KRfiK with an order of J3.00 worth of Mdse. One epiart bottle ARMOURS (IKAT'K JUICE FREE with an order of 13.00 worth Mdse. ' McKEES CASH STORE (Advertisement) ds Hot Bread and Rolls. "'The Hnmc Made Kind . Phone 3558, Smith. 122 X. 1 St. Adv. tf For the most artistic picture fram ing, go to Graves Indian Shop 33 W. Adams. Everything in In dian and Mexican Curios. ROSS NEW MANAGER OF THE ROSE TREE Cash Sales Only to me Motto of Pop uUr Establishment Which Has Just Changed Hands As announced yesterday in The Re put Mean, the Rose Tree, the popular confectionery and ice-cream parlor, ban changed hands. It Is now under the capable management of Francis A. Ross, who for the past seven years has been connected with the Donofrio company. Mr. Ross say that he in tends to maintain the Rose Tree's repu lation lor satisfactory service and in order that the retail trade may b handled in the most satisfactory man ner has decided to discontinue the Wholesale department operated by the Rose Tree. Another change in policy is indicated in that the '"cash sales only" system will be put into effect and no sales of any kind charged. This modern policy has been adopted by many Phoenix business houses the pant season and is steadily growing in pop ulaiity with merchants as well as with the customer. The new management promises an interesting announcement soon about the Rose Tree's dances which will be a regular feature after October 1. I.. W. Smith who has been connected with the Rose Tree for the past six months, said yesterday that he had not yet decided on his plans for the future, but intend.! first, with Mrs. Smith, to take a vacation trip to Chicago, his old home. It has been ten years since "Cap" has been in the Windy fity, and he Is looking forward to a great old time. For over nine years Smith was connected with the local branch of Ar mour and company ami for several years starred as their leading salesman in this territory. Later in the Tall be will return to I'hoenix. and hi many friends here will be glad to know that he has r.o intention of leaving Arizona permanently. NEW DIRECTORIES Ihisinev hoiisis are at liberty to consult three new directories at the chamber of commerce. San Francisco I.os Angeles 1913 and Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands 1914. MAIN LINE DINNER A . I, Moore and not II. I.. Moore will be vice chairman of the main line dinner Fridav night. One reason is because the last census showed no K. I, Moore in Phoenix. ALL INSANE Martin Thompson ami Andrew Terry were picked up by the county officials and adjudged in sane by tiie superior court. John Ioc. a Mexican, was also taken out to the state hospital. CROSS BABY This bit of a para graph is about ;t Cross baby. At the last reports, said infant hadn't mitigat ed its temper simply because it can't 'hance its name. It was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cross of lfilft West Jack ion yesterday, weighs nine pounds and the only cross thing about it is its cog nomen. A RUNAWAY -A horse and buggy bch.nging to William Agner enlivened a dull period of esterd.iy hv tearing down Washington street from in front of Santa Cruz's blacksmith shop. The horse was thrown and captured near the Coliseum arter having bumped into several automobiles and wrecked the buggy.' The animal was badly cut and bruised. TOM REED VALUATION A con ference on the valuation of the prop erty of the Tom P.eert Cold Mining Company was arranged yesterdav vvith the state tax commission by of ficials of the company. The confer ence will be held next Friday at the commission's offices. Charles 1-7. Grimes, president; S. ?. Jones, su perintendent, and E. S. Clark, attor ney, will !' linear for the company. DEPUTIES TO PRISON R.lw-rl Center and Frank Moore, the two Pima county deputy sheriffs. who were found guilty of second degree murder in the hanging of Hilario Ieon at .renterville. were committed to the state prison Sunday. They hung the three I.eon brothers while attempting to force them to confess the whereabouts of another Mexican. Upon conviction they moved for a new trial anl gave notice of appeal, but later withdrew their appeals and were given an indeterminate sentence f from ten years to life imprison ment. DEATH OF FAMOUS MARE There m mourning in Acre City because of the death of Pabe the eight year old mare of M. H. Shelton who has been a standby of Mr. Shelton and has helped in the building up of Acre. City. She was cut on a barbed wire. Dr. Cnrley was called in but he could do nothing for her for it was found that a joint was broken and he advised that she be killed. That was done by Mr. Shelton after a deliberation of a couple of days. Mr. Shelton has a memento of the mare in a colt for which he would not take liotiuo. a son of Damen Arvis which was the runner-up of Imported Mont gomery in a $20,0i)o stake race in New York. THE POLICE G R I ST Pet ween the session of the police court on Satur day and the opening of the court yes terday afternoon-the police had done a stroke of business. Two rases of viola tions of the speed ordinance were brought in, one individual having at tained a rate of thirty mile .an hour and the other going him a little better and making a showing of . S3 miles on the motor cop's speedometer. Two men and two women were taken in on charges of immorality. Ed Gibson was tip again for being drunk and imper iling the lives and limbs of citizens by frying -to drive an automobile. This was his third offense. Another offen der was Togo Sakomato, the fighting Jap who wielded a knife without result at a Japanese pool room on Saturday night. Dave James and W. F. Fawcett had marrrd the good name of the city by fighting on a public street. brie WWAPhowl98poncl938 12 City Blocks 25c Special prices on country trips. O SUMMERING j ARIZONIANS I Fred Martin of ft- F- U. No. 2, City is located at Prescott lor the summer. Mrs. A. M. Kyle of North 7th street is now located at 213 Fast Carton, Prescott, where she will remain till September. Miss Irene Miller left Sunday eve ning for Tucson, where she will meet her mother, who is on her way from Silver City, later they will go to the coast where they will visit the exposi tions, returning the first part of Sep tember. Geo. Clark of West "Washington street left a few days ago for Hicibeo-, Arizona. Miss Nellie I!. Wilkinson will leave shortly for Coronado Reach, where she will spend the summer. John Feinberg Is now located tit 329 South Cortez street, Prescott, where he will remain for the summer. Geo. A. Jones of Stimmeiiand is now located at Maricopa. Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. McCaleb of West .Jackson street are now located at Ponner Springs. Kansas, where they will remain for the .summer. Mrs. Lucy Kavanaugh of West Port land street is registered at the Dudley apartments. Long Reach, where she will remain for the next few weeks. Miss Mattine Dunlap oT West Madi son street, i located at Img Peach, where she will remain for the summer. C. D. Reppy of Florence left recently for San Diego where he will visit the exposition before returning home. W. G. Devore of Tcmpe, who has been spending the last few weeks at Tayson. is now located at Flagstaff. BACK FROM COAST John Ran. of 1.1"! East Jc-f fcrsoii. returned ves- tcrdav from a vacation passed in San Diego. BESSOLO'S SUCCESS W. E. Pis solo, form rlv of Phoenix, and an in vi ntor of note, informs local friendu that lie has opened a factory for pro ducing his various patents at Ix-cch-burg. Pa. MORE WRITE-UP Motor West, the I.os Angeles magazine of touring, pub lishes a second good article on Arizona roads this week. Last week's article referred to the road to Roosevelt, and did it with picture! nnd everything. UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union Teh-graph office for the following: .1. A. White. Senor I'. Hoc hi - co. John Vigcr. W. H. Rerkley. Joe ikamato. Mate VanFiank, and Albert S Cl.-ine. HYPHENATED DRINKS Over indulgence in bull-dog cider and de natured alcohol c aused the-arrest of two men and a woman last night by the police. Thev will be given a a ring this punning before City Ma gistrate M'-Bridc. OR M E TO LOS ONGELES John P. i rue, of the Water I'si-rs' Association was summoned to I.os Angeles last evening :s a witness in a civil suit be oig instituted there in connection with the affaits of the Arizona Mutual, cases relative to which have been in federal court here for some time. RETURN OF MR. SWEENEY J. J. Sweeney of the National Pink of Ari zona, returned yesterday from a short vacation at San Francisco anil a daily visit to the exposition. What tr. Sweeney saw there partly compensated him for missing the annual waterme Ion feed of the Phoenix National. MORE COUNTY ABSTRACTS Abstract of the assessments of Apache, Graham, Greenlee and Ya vapai counties were filed yesterday with the state tax commission. All :.how substantial increases with the exception of Greenlee county, where there Is a slight decrease in the' val uation. o J Arizona Podge No. 2. F. & A. M. will confer Hie THIRD DE- c.HKK this (Tuesday) evening. 7:43 o'cio:-!;. Visiting Brethren are cordially invited. C. P. HART, W. M. (Advertisement) It SHE'S INVENTOR OF BOX FURNITURE A Miss Louise Brigham. "It's been pleasure, not work," says Miss Louise Brigham, author and in ventor of the now world famous "box furniture," an extensive exhibit of which han proved the center of inter est to visitors, to the palace of educa tion, at the San Francisco fair. We have just re ceived another ship ment of the Howard & Foster White Canvas Felt Sole Oxfords $5 McDougall & Cassou , 32 W. Washington St. NOTHING LIKE IT! CELERY-VIG the great health drink, 5c ICED .-old at Pel l y hill's and ELVEY & HULETT'S SANITARY FOUNTAINS ROOM PAPERED OR TINTED $3.00 AND UP W.N. Cavileer The Painter Residence 1009 N. 7th Street. Phone 1829 POUR LAST SPANS OF NEW BRIDGE THIS WEEK In spite of hot weathe r arid delays in the- arrival of cement for the new structure-, the last section of Hie new state highway bridge at Antelope hill will be jioured i ii is week and the bridge it.-.elf will be opened for travel soon after the middle of August. Practically every other detail of the work which e-i.uld be aUende-d to be: fore the completion of the final spen has been attended to. and it only re mains for the last ninth or tentn divi sion to be add-'d and f it the approac iies to lie grided, and the old lJome ferry on the road to Yum i will be relegated to ancient history. A FAMILY IN WHICH JULY 26 IS A POPULAR BIRTHDAY The American Magazine- has been offering prizes for the best letters n a contest entitled. "The Most Kx raordinary Coincidence I Know of." In the July issue the six prize-winning letters are published. One of these remarkable stories ot coinci dences follows: line July day last summer I tele phoned a fi ie nd informing him ol a public meeting which 1 thought ho might desire to attend. 'What is the dale." he inquired. 'July L'i,;h, 1 re plied, at our church.' 'I am sorry, but I can't come.' be answered, that's the date when my father, my son, and 1 myseii eeieoiaie uue on m- days.- Some time ago. upon seeing your recpiest lor c-onti ioulioiis on Most Kxtraordinaiy t oincidence i Know of,' I determined to impure more definitely into the case -which had arrested my attention during the summer. The following is a brief synopsis of the reply 1 received: "The giandfather was born in Switzerland, July 2i. is.jl. W lien a young man he came to the United States, married, unel inaue- a nomu in (ihio. The son was born in that Ohio home, July !,, IS.i. me son grew up and moved farther west, making himself u home in Minnesota. When a son was born in his home the calendar read: July li'i, l'.Vi. Not only do the three birthdays fall on the twenty-sixth, but they are separated by two periods of exactly twenty-six years each. In short, a man born July 2B became father of a son July twenty-six years later, who, in turn, became father of a son, July 26. twenty-six years later." THE GUILTY PARTY We mortals have to swat and shoo The Hies from dawn till dark, 'Cause Noah didn't swat the two That roosted in the Ark. August Woman' Home Companion A Charming Complexion I'renerves.beaiitif ics and ptirifips the skin and complexion. The favorite or over 46 years. Gouruad's Oriental Cream We will kptH a complexion chamois nnrl hooir of Powder loaves for 15c. to cover cost or matt In ii and wrappine. At Druogists and Department Stores FFBft T. HOPKINS A SOU. 37 Great Jom-s St., to York CHy wem -yfi n f 1 1, Attention! OUR ENTIRE MUSIC STOCK IS ON SALE THIS WEEK AT HERETOFORE, s , UNHEARD OF PRICES 7 Entire sheet music editions, including all Scharmcr, Church, Presser. etc., values from 35c to $1.50 per copy, regularly sold at one-third off. Your choice during this sale at , . J 20c Per Copy Any number of copies to each customer. ' All songs, piano and all instrumental music in cluded.. Also all books, scores and studies at sub stantial discounts. Lists, titles and editions too numerous to mention. Sale will continue for one week only. Please do not come in September or October and ask for these prices. 1 REDEWILL HfiUSIC CO. both Expositions on the Cool Seashore Cf San Fr.-ui-'isct. and San liej,( arc im jnc'li.ilcly un the slums cf the Pacific. j Id''al weather conditions prevail all th" year. CJ The Y'ojlds (Jivatest Expositions are now ii: full swin. if Special reduced round trip rates are in effect on certain (lavs. SB FINANCES AND MARKETS ASSOCIATED PK1SS3 DISPATCH SKW YUllK, July 19. A material leces.si.m in war shares particularly specialties which recently formed the center of unrestrained manipulation, constituted a significant feature of he activity of the market. Iabor tin iest in the large munition factories and the Orduna incident were fac tors in the movement. Crucible Steel's maximum decline of 6'4 points with 3i preferred, was traceable to the statement of an official referring to dubious dividend prospects for common. Other shares of this group lost liom 2 to over 5 points, later inaking slight recovery. United States Steel reacted two points but in the main gave a bet ter account of itself than other im portant industrials. Trading in steel comprises almost twenty per cent of the dealings. Inquiry for represen tative railways while light denoted a genuine demand with marked trength for Southern Pacific and Canadian Pacific and some eastern lines. Total sales 7r..00fl shares. The decline of the demand for sterling to l.Tii U-16, is the lowest in several weeks but increasing strength of Paris exchange reflected tentative developments in connection with im pending I'.ritish and French credits. Par value of bonds aggregatcel, $1, G10.000. Stocks Amalgamated 7L'"; Smelting TS1: Santa Ke 110V, : St. Paul 81'i; New York Central 80 Vi; Pennsylvania infl; Reading- 1 1 ' 1 -i : Southe-rn Pacific, S4?4: Union Pacific 126 'i; Steel 6:!; Preferred 111 Is- Metals Copper, dull: Klectrolytic, $19.7r. to $20; Silver, 47U. Boston Copper Market Adventure 2 Arizona Comm'I " 2V2 7 V Allouez 52 531 I 'alumet and Ariz 64 M fi l-s, Calumet and Ariz .")6." f7n Copper R.mge 53"-4 56 Dalv West 2'i 3 The National Bank of Arizona Corner Center and Washington Sts. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, $-100,000.00 Four Percent Interest Paid on Term Deposits Musicians! The Santa Fe agency nearest you will be glad to give any information and arrange your itinerary. W. S. Goldsworthy, General Agent Central and Adams Sts. Phone 453 Ray Cons 221? 23 'i Ureene Cananea 4,'r-w 4"- Hancock IS 1S'. Isle RoyaJe 2S :'si.. Lake Copper 15 1-"'j Miami 26 7i 27' t Mohaw k 72 7' '4. Mass Copper 1 1 -"-4. North IJutte SnU SI Nevada Cons 14 1 I i Osceola S2 S-'i Old I minion r,,1 r.4 Quinoy is7. XS Shannon M SlV Superior Copper 27! 2 Tamarack ns1- Utah Cons l::'t l::'. Victoria 2r-i 27, Winona 4 Wolverine cm. North I.ake 2'i 2'2 South Itke KU, f, I'hiiio -C", 46 Utah Cuppe r 66 '4 66 Inspiration "I Shattuck 26t 27 COVERING FOR AEROPLANES Various kinds of material, including linen, silk, cotton, celluloid films and aluminum f'dl, have be-n tried for c ov ering the vvinns of aerophine-s. but nono has proved so satisfactory so far as linen covered with several coats of a. rubber solution. This coating int-rca's-es the strength of the ".inen about 5 per cent, makes it nmre e'uduring utvl'T varying weather conditions and 1 ;M'r'i--i it to stretch to an absolutely .'ii..'.t!i surface, a feature that is of the ntui(5.t advantage in fast flights. Silk, which would seem to make an ideal eove-iiicT on account of its lightness atul strength has been found unsatisfactory, as it does not withstand exposure t' sun and rain, and does no b-nd iti-olt- rt.olilv to the application of coating com -pounds. IMPROVEMENT "Don't you think the world he. coming be-tter than it used to be'.'"' 9 "Yes',, replied the querulous pe-rr.oti. slowly; "I shouldn't be surprised if it were somewhat better than in the ilavs win n it was entirely a molten m iss." . Washington Star.