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TIIE APIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNJNfl, JULY 20, W15.
FOR
CULTIVATORS
PLANTERS
LISTERS
WAGONS
MOWERS
PLOWS
HARROWS
Aim! AH Farm Implements, SHE
EZRA W. THAYER
K en linn", in 1 hardware
l.'l-I.H) !:. Washington St. V17-IA?, E. Adams
The
Whittaksrs are
Coming July 25
"T-o nest daring act in the
tTr,'useme.i. world.
PARK
RCTTER SWIM TODAY!
TONIGHT
JAMES P. LEE
a !i
1 li
new
Musical Comedy Company
m
At th3
COLISEUM
VUTUAL
MASTER
PICTURES
LAST TIME TODAY
GHOSTS
Isben's Masterpiece
Don't Mi? Seeing This
Comine: 'THE FAILURE-
LION THEATER ff
"All mixed
P
PARAMOUNT PICTURES
None Better
ARIZONA Theater
Today, Tomorrow and Thursday
The First Appearance in Pictures of
VICTOR MOORE
In a Five-Reel Photo-Drama
"SWOBS"
Also 8th Installment of South American Travel
Pictures
ARIZONA
EXPRESS
LAMARA
PLAZA
Opp. City Hal!
JOURING PARTIES TO
! USE PARKER SHORTCUT
McArthur Brothers Touring Informa
tion Lends Dodce Party to Take
Middle Route to Coast
C. II. Pratt. Je clanton and Frank
Vi:i nit of tliis city with their families,
ai l fi ini a Dodge arty for a tour to
jthe i nasi. including the expositions.
I The three parties leave this yveek in
their Dodge cars for thp.roa.xt, uising
I the I'-.rk.r ut off route.
I tk i ir i s My McArthur Brothers,
: Dodire agt n! here, have resulted in the
1 del i 1 mi na t ion of a number of parties
( lo use the Parker roaii, as that route
! lias (ucn fount! in th' best shape, as
v.t-H as sin rter.
I Th1 nn'inhrrs of the party are con
1 fi'h nt they will b.'ivo an :- trip, nil
; hi inc strong fur their cars, ami knmv
. ing them to !, equal to any bit of road
, let w een here ati'l the const.
-o-
! drink
CRAPF. .11 "I
ly- this week,
' grapi:
iler ..f $:5.oi
IT. FRKF. We
one pint Mottle
.HICK FRF.F.
worth of Mdse.
i rive it away
! .i:.m urs
u it li an onh
' ' me iiart I
.irni: irk
worth M.ise.
-M' K K
.ttle A KM" l ' US
: with an order
gr An-:
or jr. oo
I 'ASH SToRF
'rrt i--( nu in
(Ail
ds
TTire a little salesman at The Tte
pulliean gTfiee. A Want Ail will see
more customers than you, can.
TONIGHT
in the Days
of the Famine"
a great 3-reel Vitagraph
photoplay. See the
beautiful snow scenes
in the woodo of Canada
Also an Essanay com
edy nnd a Kalem com
edy. Also a one-reel Edison
drama.
EMPRESS
THEATER
7:15-9:00 o'clock
Commowins Sunday
TIip Famous Photo-drama
"THE CHRISTIAN" In Eight Reels
Ci m 1 1 i ir "NVodiit 'sda y
Mrim Feat u ro Picture
"HER OWN WAY"
"EXPLOITS OF ELAINE"
Installments Every
Thursdav and Fridav
Every Wednesday "The Twenty Mil
lion Dollar Mysterv." Everv Satur
day "The Master Key." Every Sun
flay a Pantages Feature.
SOUTH SIDE NEWS
HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR, GENERAL SOUTHSIDE AGENT
Refer to him Subscription Orders 8t ops, Changes, as wall as all Busi
ness regarding Advertising and job Printing
TEMPE OFFICE MESA OFFICE
Casa Loma Hotel Bldg., Phone 53. With Everybody's Drug Store, Phona 8 or SS
Tamps Correspondent, H. B.
TEMPE NEWS NOTES
CEMENT WALK JOINS
SCHOOL WITH TOWN
New Tenth Street Building Will Be
Still More Attarctive With
New Walks
Fight thousand square
merit walk connecting th
Street grammar school
main walk on Kighth
feet
of cc-
new Tenth
i;ii the
street were
completed
yesterilay after three week.-'
tlie contractors. The city
work ly
council has given its orders for the
installation of two street crosswalks
so that the walk will lie complete in
its entirety My. the time school opens
on the thirteenth of September.
The board of trustees have spared
tin time or expense to make the new
home for the pupils of the grammar
school, complete, comfortable anil as
convenient as inoilern times afford.
!t Is r.ow planned to encompass the
pew building with n wide cement
walk which when complete will connect
any door in the buildint: by cement
walk with the normal. high or Kighth
street grammar school, many of tK
business bouses and many of the
residences of the town.
The new grammar school itself Is
buiit on modern plans and is equip
ped with every ossible convenience.
Its vintilation and wide amount of
window space given to securing the
proper light are particularly attrac
tive features of the building.
BUSINESS ANJ3 PLEASURE
dr. tics H. Prather of the Hrown
Mercantile company is enjoying a
short vacation on the coast wherein
he will combine business and pleas
ure. Primarily he's looking after the
new tall stock for the store and in
cidentally he expects to find time to
yh: :re this week with the ''hristian
jchurdi convention that is being held
i in Ros Angeles.
SPANISH RESIDENT DIES
Jose Rodriguez, sr, years of age and
for the last fifteen years a resident
of Tempe, passed from this life nt
his ranch home south of town last
Saturday evening. The funeral ser
vice was held from the home Sundav
afternoon' and a large number of
friends accompanied the remains to
their final resting place in the
Ioiible Hut to cemetery. The deceas
ed was a Spaniard and prior to his
removal to Tempe he lived in the
state of Chihuahua, in Old Mexico.
He is survive, 1 by two sons and two
daughters, nil of whom make their
Lome in this vicinity.
HAVING FINE TRIP
A jxiSta! from I r. W. i. 1 leVore
arid uated Payson says that the cam
ping party of which he Is a member
is proceeding in fine shape and that
I he leM time ever is being enjoyed.
C. G. Jones. I K. Pafford. Carl
lb-Aden and Kelly .Moeur. each with
a machine and a party of from two
tij five, reached Payson last Wednes
day after a pleasant trip from the
valley. Thursday the entire party
expected to leave for the Natural
liridge and from there they will con
tinue on to Flagstaff and the ('.rand
'anyun.
MANY ATTEND CONCERT
fine of the exceptionally pleasing
band concerts that has been given
this nimmer was that of Sunday
evening. The assistance given by
several extra players made the hand
wry complete and some excellent
music was furnished. The triple
tongued cornet solo by Director
Jtodriguej! and the trombone solo
" Normandy.'" by Hubert Finch were
especially pleasing numbers.
A WEEK OF WEATHER
The thermograph at the entomolo
gical laboratory recorded the follow
ing maximum and minimum tempera
ture figures for the week ending Sun
day. July IS.
Dale Max.
July 12 102
Miu.
72
73
73
70
74
74
July
July
July
July
13 13
14 11
15 !
16 97
17 97
IS 9".
MURDOCK BUYS
Prof. John R. Murdock of the Nor
mal has purchased some property In
Coldman addition from F. V. Ciim
mings and will improve it to make
his permanent home there after the
first of September. The property is
located in Hlock 13 and consists of
iots two and four and n house. The
sale was made through the R. A.
Windos agency.
HIS BICYCLE GONE
Felix Ovledo of baseball fame
mourns the loss or his nicycie mar
was led astray from its stand down
town Sunday night. This makes the
second time Leechy has been required
to suffer because of bicycle thieves.
He has quite a little company with
the loss of the wheel Sunday even
ing, hut still a good share of the mis-
o-eants are getting away with their
misdeeds.
BUSINESS INTERESTS HERE
n. A. Packard arrived In Tempe
yesterday morning and spent the day
at the ranch south of town.
ATTENDING CONVENTION
Rev. J. R. Rountree of the Chris-
Griffen, Jr.
MONEY TO LOAN
$800.00
$2000.00
on improved real estate
JESSE F. KELLY,
Tel. 121
Mesa. Ariz.
ICE COLD
WATERMELONS
Biggest, Coldest and Best
PIONEER MEAT
MARKET
Tempe Phone 23
The Tempe Garage and
Machine Shop
Tempe, Ariz.
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Your work is solicited
thin church b ft Sunday evening for
l.ns Angeles and will spend this week
as one of the Arizona delegate to
the National t 'hristian , con vention in
session in that city.
A
and Mrs.
BIRTH
I, on Winsor are re
ariival of a baby girl
ist of town yesterday
Mr.
juicing over the
at their home e
morning.
ODD FELLOWS INSTALL
fine of the big times in the Odd
Fellows circle that happen but twice
each year constituted the program
for the lodge at its meeting la-st
Saturday evening. The semi-annual
installation of officers was the special
item end a large number of members
of the phoenix' lodge were present to
assist in the evening's work and to
enjoy the social program that fol
lowed. The following officers were
installed: Peter Hanson, noble grand;
A. 1.. Stewart, vice grand; Geo. M.
Frizell. secretary; Henry Sandow,
treasurer; ' Karma n Russell, warden:
Geo. Sialic, conductor: Ollle Vur
chisoti. inside guard; David Hender
son, outside guard; .1. H. Cummings.
right supporter noble grand; Truels
Hertlesen. left supporter noble grand:
G. 11. P.ransford, right supporter vice
garni: A. H. Hell, left supporter vice
grand; Hoy Hackett. 15. S. S.; T'.en
jamin Albn. I.. S. S. ; Jas.- A. Rlake
lev, chaplain; W. J. Williams, past
gi and.
Hayden Happenings
Miss
Kate Peterson of Littleton,
visiting her sister. Mrs. Neils
of North Hayden.
t'ol
IS
T la nson
M rs.
William Fellows is
binning
Clifton
of the
to leave August 1st for
where she will visit the rest
summer with her parents.
Mrs. F. M. Hi'dlow arrived from
Tempe on Saturday and will make
her home in tin- cottage Mr. Kudlow
recently purchased in North Hayden.
Mrs. Russell Page of Winkleman
is isiting In Phoenix, the guest of
Mrs. Milton Koeye.
Mrs. Warren Harwood is planning
to leave on August 1st for Iis An
geles, the home of her mm her and
sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Chipperfield and
family of Phoenix left f..r their home
last week, after being In Hayden sev
eral months.
Work has been begun fin the cot
tages facing Main street that are be
ing erected by the Ray Con. Co.
Cus P.randon left on Sunday for
his home in Putnam, Texas, where he
will spend a month with relatives.
The Superior boys mae over on
Sunday anil played .a fine game of
hall with the Smelter team the score
amounting to 6-2 in favor of the
Smelter.
Much sorrow was felt in Hayden
on Saturday when it was icanieu
that the death had occurred the night
before of Mrs. Solomon Snider. While
her condition has been such for
weeks, that It was known she could
not long survive, yet her friends were
not reconciled to the thought of her
loss.
Dr. Morrison conducted a simple
service at Masonic hall on Sunday
afternoon that was attended by a
host of mourning friends from the
whole valley. The body was then
attended to the crave by the Fistern
Star and the Masons, the pall bear
ers being six of her friends from
Hayden and Winkleman. At the
crave the Fistern Star gave their
beautiful and emblematic burial ser
vice. The floral offerings were both
numerous and beautiful.
Ksther A. C.iltner was born
Ijouisville, Kentucky, on September
C, ISfiO. Her parents moved in 1 SC.
to Indiana where her father volun
teered in the union army. In !S6.r
they moved to flardner. 111., where
she was a teacher from the age of
14 to 22. She was married to Solo
mon II. Snider, November 21, 1SS2,
nt the Continental hotel. Salt Iake
City They have lived in the west
ever since coming to Winkleman from
I.os Angeles in 190fi.
During the years of her residence
in Winkleman, Mrs. Snider became
one or the best beloved women in
the community owing to her attrac
tive personality, "her high sense of
honor and her Intelligence. I'rnm
1!10 to 1914 she was postmistress, a
position she filled with unfailing
courtesy and dignity. Her sisters of
the Mastern Star will greatly miss
her capable presence.
A husband nnd daughter, Mrs. Wil
liam' Rupel of Winkelman are left
to mourn her loss, besides four
brothers and a sister in the east.
Correspondent, Charles N. Downs.
i-ii-i-,-iinnrrli-ini-ini-i.rm.rinnjTjuMiruvnV
I
MESA NEWS NOTES !
I
CANIELOUPE MARKET
AT ITS HEIGHT
The canteloupe market has just
about reached the highest point It
will this season, with standards sell
ing in Philadelphia at $3.00. Al
though the government reports say
the indications are for a stronger
market this week, the canteloupes are
almost run cut in this section.
This year the market has reversed
all precedent; generally the highest
prices are paid at the first of the
season, but this year the highest
prices are just coming at the tail end
of the season.
M1CSA, Ariz., July 19. The follow
ing telegrams relative to cantaloupe
market conditions were received to
day by the iff ice of Markets. V. S.
Dept. of Agriculture;
Cincinnati, O. (Night letter July
17) Receipts two Arizonas, three
California, nine Georgias. No sales
on Arizonas on account of quality be
ing too green for market today. In
dications for stronger market next
week as all markets Inquiring for
Arizona canteloupes.
Huston, Mass. I Night letter July 17)
Standards sold $2.6.r., Jumbo two-
thirds $2.00. ponies $1.85, flats ftOc.
Receipts two cars Arizonas, four Cal
ifornias, three southern. One car
Arizonas and. one California cleaned
up; others on track.
PIIII.ADKI.PHIA. Pa. (Tay mess
age July IS) One car arrived. Stan
dards selling $3.00. Feeling good.
Cleveland. O. (Day message July
1ft) Arrivals today two cars. Stan
dards $2 5(1. two thirds $2.00.
Imperial Valley, July ir(; Colton, 1.
Chicago 4, F.l Paso 2, Kansas City
1. Iis Angeles 2. Iai Crosse 1, flak
land 2 New York 4, Omaha 1, Port
land 1, Sacramento 3, San Francisco
s. Salina 1. Ilurr flak 1, unknown 1;
total. 3.1.
Imperial Valley. July 1C: Colton 1.
Chicago 3. Colo, springs 1, Denver 1,
FI Paso 2. Minneapolis 1, Oakland 2,
Sacramento 4, San Francisco 5, Wi
chita 1: total 21-
Cantaloupe shipments July IS. Mesa
and tllendale; Hoston 1, Chicago 9,
Cincinnati 3, Denver 3. Kansas City
1. New York 2. Pittsburg 2, Philadel
phia 1; total 22.
.Vonpa. Nev. shipments: Denver 1,
Omaha 12; total 13.
TO PASADENA
P.. S. Morris, of Gilbert, has left
for his home in Pasadena, Cal., where
he expects to remain for some time.
WOODMEN CIRCLE CARD PARTY
The Woodmen Circle will give a
card party tonight in the K. of P.
hall. Ice cohl watermelon will be
served. F.veryone is cordially in-
ited.
BUSINESS IN FLORENCE
Wm. Knight, J. J. Fraser
Twain Clemens are spending a
days in Florence on business.
and
few
MONROE RIGGS DIES
Monroe Riggs died Sunday evening
at A. N. Smith's undertaking parlors.
The Immediate cause of death was n
hemorrhage of the lungs, although he
had suffered for some time from
tuberculosis. The body will be ship
ped to Kxcelsior Springs, Mo., the
former homc of the deceased.
VAUDEVILLE AT COLISEUM
King and Jones, the German Avl
ators. made a big hit at the Coliseum
last nieht. The good singing, dane-
ine and balloon comedy was a deeid
ed noveltv. There will be a complete
change of both vaudeville and pic
tures tonight.
"THE LURE OF THE MASK"
The surpassing scenes in this great
production shift from the pulsating
metropolis of New York to the pic
turesoue city of Naples from world
famed Monte Carlo to the Grand
Canal of Venice. The ordinary mo
tion picture seems commonplace when
compared " with "The Dure of the
Mask.-' which is to lie shown at the
A'niestic tonicht. so full of spirit nnd
"arhi-r romance Is this stdendid
dr.-im.i It naints in vivid colors the
world sfirch of a clear-cut. whole-
souled American for his ideal womnn
There is one tragic moment In the
nlriv but the Incident is stripped of
Its terror bv the quickness of the
change to the renl theme of the play
COMMERCIAL CLUB MEETING
There will he a meeting of the
Comrnercinl ch'b tonieht In its rooms
Severn! Imnortant business mattei-
will be discussed, so a large atten
dance is requested.
CIVIC LFAGUE MEETING
There will be a meeting of
the
Civic Dengue this afternoon in
Commercial club rooms. They
the
will
discuss the tn' Ing ca' of the Mesa
emetery by the lengue.
NEW DANISH MOTOR SHIP
A Danish shipbuilding yard at Co
penhagen has Just launched the sev
enth and last motor ship for the Dede-
tiaktiebolaget Nordstjernan of Stock
holm. This ship is similar to the oth
ers built and has f.,600 tons dead
weight. As this boat will run to the
west coast of the United States through
the Panama canal. It "iiaa been named
San Finncisco.
GIBBONS GETS ONE
YEAR IN PRISON IN
SPITE OF F
Tom Gibbons, dragged down in the
swiri of crime set in motion by Har
vey Melosh, adjudged by a jury of
his peers to lie guilty of the felony
of receiving stolen goods, yesterday
stood before Judge Stanford to re
ceive a sentence of from one to two
years in the penitentiary.
To the hist minute Gibbons was
the smiling, debonair well dressed
young man, so much admired and
looked up to by the score or more of
young men in Ins set. His nerve
never left him. He sat with a smile
on his face throughout the argument
of his attorney, Ronton Dick for a
new trial.
When the motion was refused, Gib
bons showed no sign that the last
barrier between himself and the pri
son at Florence bad been let down,
and that the way to confinement be
hind the great gray walls was open
nnd clear ahead of him.
The judge called him forward, ask
ed him if be had anything to say
why sentence should not he passed.
Gibbons hung his head for a minute
as if contemplating what to say, and
then shook his head in the negative.
The judge then called on Mr. Dick to
say a few words in behalf of the
prisoner.
Mr. Dick made ,i
strong nnd im
L suspended scnt-
Ile staled that
numbered on this
seemed inhuman
man up for the
-passioned plea for i
ence for Gibbons.
Gibbons' days were
earth, and that it
to shut the young
few remaining months he had left
coming to him. The judge then re
plied saying he had made inquiries
as 'o the accommodations for siek
people at the prison and that they
were entirely adequate.
Gibbons' friends did not desert him
111! to the last minute. At the time
! of lircitiinp" aenteric, n nnml.f.r ,.f tt,
young men were present in the court
room, and during the coirse of the
judge's remarks, it develojK-d that a
number of these friends had tuade
strong pleas in his behalf. Hut after
sentence hail been passed, and all
hope that Gibbons might be liberated
had gone glimmering, it was very
noticeable that none of them came
forward t j say a last word ,.r r-o be
fore he was taken downstairs to be
locked up.
Fpon reaching the jail, he calmly
took a seat in the sheriff's office,
joked with the deputies as to the
dispositior of a particularly good
looking silk shirt he was wearing,
nnd asked if they wore stripes at
Florence. He was calm ti!l
the last moment then he made the
sarcastic remark that he would jiirt
as leave have received Ki years as
one. It has not yet been announced
when he will be taken to Florence to,
start servinv; his time
HOMESTEAD PATENTS
AT THE LAND OFFICE
Almost
Record Is Made by
Large
Pile of
Documents Arriving in
One Day
at Weedin's Desk
The dullest season in land office
work was alleviated somewhat yes
t rday by the arrival of a number of
patents for distribution. The num
ber was almost sufficient to make
the pile a summer record.
Register Weedin of the United
States land office has homestead
patents for the following:
J. W. Wimberly. M. H. Wells, A.
G. Krohn, Carl Gocksch, W. I..
Reese, p. M. McConnel, G. S. Wilson,
Perery Thompson, F. 11. Valenzuela,
C. . Dossing, I C. Jones, Kdward
Miller, Pat o'Donnell, Samuel Higler,
Adam Ghent, J. K. Charleton. D. I..
Green, Felipe Garcia. Arthur I. Dew-
is, Wa!
binson.
rame,
Deland.
lace K. Hay less, Geo
1 1, c. Ileffclman, S.
Ricardo Hanegas, J.
R.i-Tor-
Mc-Mor-D.
D.
Mary J. Fwing, W.
F.
lis. A. A.
Miller. P.
Ramsay, J. C. Sparks.
K. Arnwine. A. N. Short.
A Full Measure
of Health
is the reward of those who live nulil and eat r'mht.
And as fresh air, exercise, and u'ood food are the
principal factors, it is important that food he select
ed which contains the essential nutritive elements
in well-halaneed, easily dk--estiMe form.
Jn making the famous wheat and harlev food,
Grape-Nuts
the malting of the barley brings out the diastase
(the digestive element") while the long L'0-hour bak
ing breaks down the starch, cells of the grains.
Thus (Jrape-Nuts does not lav the digestion, bur
actually assists in the assimilation of other foods.
For those seeking the fullest possible measure of
health
"There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts
sold bv (iVocers evervw here.
Are You Ready
For Your Trip? TcJte(
HORLICK'S
Malted Milk
with you when Yachting, Camping,
Motoring, Fishing, or Golfing.
A nutritious,satisfying Food-Drink ready
in a moment. A good light lunch when
tired or run down. Simply dissolve in water,
hot or cold. A fine night's rest is assured
if you take a cupful hot before retiring.
Our Lunch Tablets are the acme of con
venient nourishment. Dissolve a few
in the mouth when fatigued or hungry.
Sample free, HORLICK'S, Racine, Wis.
gfatT'No Substitute is "Just as Good"
8 HORLICK'S, the Original
APPROPRIATION CASE
IS, NOT VET PREPAREO
Application May Not Be Made Until
Tomorrow State Road Work
Seriously Hampered
The work of preparing the appli
cation for a writ of mandamus
against Slate Auditor Cnllughnn to
compel the payment of claims under
the new nppropi ial ion bill was not
completed yesterday and may not be
finished today.
Attorney George .1. Stoncman, who
is preparing the applications, stat'-il
esle;ilay that the task of copy Wo;
th' claims had been about half
completed and that the case might
not r'-ach the sui,erior court before
! Wednesday.
T'niess there is an early decision in
the case all state road work save that
! which is being done by convict labor
! xv i II shorily be at a standstill. The
Waie has a large number of men at
'.vork in yarions sections, and all
Ihes" will have to be dropped until
t here
carry
re .sufficient funds available tu
on tin Work'. In Coconino
county the payroll amounts to ap
proximately ?i;ono per month, but as
the payment of ail claims has been
suspended, it is not considered likely
that the work can be continue, muck
longer. Work on the north approach
to the slate hie,hyvay bridge at Flor
ence, which was washed out repeat
edly last winter, was postponed until
July 1. when funds Would be available
for the work, but ow ing to the muddle
over the appropriat ions, this will also
l.e snsp nded until the money is
forthcoming.
-o-
SALINE CO. MAN IS
PLEASED WITH VALLEY
t
Having yisiled every part of the val
ley, and all the reclamation yvorks per
tinent thereto, I.iudy Decker, solid citi
zen of Slater. Saline C,)., Mo., leaves
I hi. morning I ,r his home. He has
I a:;ed the last ten days yvith R. O.
Creep, T.4T, YVesi Monroe, under yyho.-e
tutelage, he h;:s become an ardent ad
mirer of the valley.
Mr. Decker may become a resident
here, as he is retired from actiye busi
ness and occupied now only with going
to pla es that please him. And Phoe
nix and its environ;-? certainly pleased
him.
NEGOTIATIONS HAVE
(Continued from Fage One)
Association of Machinists to meet
him in Washington lo consider the
strike ordered at the Remington
Arms and Ammunition plant at
Bridgeport.
In calling the conference Goinpers
said the purpose was to use every
source at his command to prevent a.,
general strike. Despite leports that
the Bridgeport negotiations failed to
bring about a settlement of the con
troversy, officials of the department
of labor declared tonight I hey believ
ed an agreement would- be readied in
time to prevent a general strike.

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