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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, MOliNINCI, JULY. 21, 1915.
PAGE EHB i 1 DON'T WEAR GLASSES unless they are correctly fitted. We assure you of comfort, ac curacy and prompt service. Northrup Optical Go. Eyesight Specialist Successor to 8WIGERT BROS. East Adams St. Opp. Adams Hotel. Lena Printline and repairing For Sale: The best ice cream sodas .n-Phoenix. "Juva" Grape Juice, too. Try it. no-roecvckt oiuvtirv ht . on HAIR GOODS FOR SALE Ladles' Toilet Parlor. Shampooing, Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair Dressing; Kxpert f 'hiroporists, all fuot troubles removed. Mules and warts removed by electricity. SHIRLEY t SHIRLEY Phone 1704 30 East Adams Street . MR. BUSINESS MAN Tou may be cool in your office hut how at. nit your wife in her kitchen? A New Peifecti.m nil cock stoke will solve her problem, at less than two Dollars a mouth. Phone l-'M) for prices, and our man will call and explain. PHOENIX OIL CO. BENNETT LUMBER COMPANY Everything in Lumber Kunz Bros. & Messinger MACHINERY Cor. 2nd Ave. & Jackson net the l.e.st Trunk, Suit Case or 1'ag for less money at ? Phoenix Trunk ' r . - W. Washington Street ROOM PAPERED OR TINTED $3.00 AND UP W. N. Cavileer The Painter Residence 1009 N. 7th Street. Phone 1829 E. 8. WAKELIN GROCER CO. WHOLESALE CHU COKE CHARCOAL 3 a 223 y v PMONC 1233 PHONE 1333 Points of Interest Near Flagstaff Orand Canyon 65 miles Kxtinct Volcanoes IS miles Lava Beds.; 16 miles Ice Caves 16 miles Prehistoric cliff dwellings. 10 miles Cave dwellings 10 miles Oak Creek Trout Stream. .18 miles Montezuma's well !0 miles San Francisco peaks 12 miles (ICIevation 13,900 feet) Altitude of Flagstaff C907 ft. Prehistoric Kuins 35 miles Natural Bridge 75 miles WHEN IN FLAGSTAFF Step at the Chas. Prochnow, Mgr., Rates Jl up BLACKSMITH COAlttrutL Flagstaff, Ariz, Commercial Hotel Don't Take Chances With PICTURES that were hard to get. Have them developed and printed at Berryhill's. Our Kodak expert knows how. Velox paper used. Of Local Interest Water Supply FacU Water Service Report for July 20, by Special Phone to The Republican Klevat inn of water in reservoir,. at a. in 219.00 i '(intents, acre feet l,2i;T,!iL".t Loss iu 1 hniiis, acre feet ... 2,512 Klcvation one year ago lll'i.e!' Contents year ago. acre feet... 1!9,343 Flow of Verde and Salt Kivers at Oranite lteef lam. M. I... 21.70') Normal flow water for lands up to year 1882 Am. ..ml of water used for irri- gatieii. north side. M. I. 4.fi70 Amount of water used for Irri gate n. youth side, M. 1 2fi,ll", LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY fi a,m. C p m. Temperature, decrees XI Sensible temperature 70 Humidity per cent CO Wind direction KK !C! 7:t W Wind velocity, miles 7 ii Kaintall 0 ft Weather Cloudy Cloudy ili.'liest temperature loo '.nttest temperature til .I-:im relative humidity 44 T.iffl rainfall 0 1 1. t u ie ne y in temperature yesterday, 1 decree. 1'efieii ney in temperature since first of month. Hit degrees. Accumulated deficiency in tempera ture isince January 1. 2t'.4 degrees. I f icicncy in rainfall yesterday, .. inches. Deficiency in rainfall since first of month, .37 in h. Accumulated excess in rainfall since January J, 1.5C inches. Data for Tucson Tighest temperature yesterday .... Sl Itainfall ycsierdiy 02 i;kk.ai:ii it. laskv jwski. Aeting S'ciion Director. PRICES PAID TODAY BY WALTER HILL & CO I'ggs 1 5c Friers, per dozen $3.1)0 Hens, per lb 12c Cheese, per lb 12c ADDITION SUBDIVIDED The Latham Addition to the city of Phoenix has been rc subdivided. A plat of the new subdivision was filed yesterday will) the county recorder. . .MARRIAGE LICENSES Thayer Coliier .Did Pearl JacUson; Fernando Kvariss and Maria Anita were granted a muiriage license yesterday by the clerk of Hie superior court. GUADALUPE REGULAR TOWN The patent to the town site of the town of i ; uaila Iu pe. was yesterday filed with the county recorder. It came from Washington and bears the signature of Hie president and a number of land office officials. It conveys all water, mineral and uitch rights to the town site. FOR PUMPING OIL The board of control yesterday accepted the bid of the Pratt-Oilbcrt company to fur nish an engine and pump for pump ing oil from the spur on the Arizona Kastern to the state asylum for the insane. The engine with magneto built in will cost $20G and the pump approximately J150. The pipe line from the railroad to the asylum is now being installed. BIG SALES Sixty-two C.oodyear casings were sold on Monday by the O'Neill Auto i.nd Supply company. This is their record for one days Males so far, hut they expect to break even this record soon. Maurice O'Neill, who has pust returned from the coast, and who took enough time out of his hon eymoon to just Iook at an automobile occasionally says that the new flood year cord tires is taking like wild-fire in California. FOR NORTHERN ROAD WORK An appropriation of $3000 from the twenty-five per cent road fund was made yesterday by the board of con trol for the purpose of linking up I he new state highway Viet ween Flag staff and Williams with the county road. The new highway has in a number of places been entirely relo cated, and it is to connect the new road with the old county road that the money has been set aside. OBITUARY Died, Kales, in Oakland. July 34. Martin William, beloved husband of nose M. Kales and father of Arthur F., Franklin A., and Spencer M. Kales and Mrs. Thomas Knowles and Mrs. Jas. Hrendan Brady. A native of New York.. Aged 70 years. Interment private. Kindly omit flowers. Adv. It The colored Women's Federation of Clubs will give a bird dinner today from 11 A. M. to 8 P.M. at 13B South 2 street. Best service, 2f.c a plate. Adv. It Fresh blackberry pie. "The Home Made Kind". Phone 3558, Smith. 122 N. 1 St. Adv. tf Fop the most artistic picture fram ing, go to Graves Indian Shop 33 W. Adams. Everything in In dian and Mexican Curios. BULL DOG MUST GO Br THE BOARD SAY COUNTY OFFICIALS Popular Beverage, Non-Alcoholic But Intoxicating Just the Same Has Got to Go. Arrests Made Yesterday First Gun in Clean Up In an effort to stop the sale of "bull dog elder" and other non-alcoholic but intoxicating liquors. Sher iff Adams yesterday arrested L. M. Hyrd, It. M. I.engcnfeleler and Jack Gibson on a charge of violating the prohibition amendment to the sta'.e constitution. Complaint has been made to the sheriff's office numerous times of men becoming intoxicated and .acting in an objeclionablv maimer on the streets. Investigation showed that the drunk was not acquired from alcohol but from cider, doctored with a pre- 4'aration of ether. Several days ago. Sheriff Adams started a number of well meaning citizens out on a trip of inspection f the three places conducted by Uie tbove named men. The men never returned. For a time it was feareil they bail been bought off by the ther side. The mystery was finally cleared up. f riur or police l'.risbois nati tne testing agents locked up in his little ivately conducted detention empor ium charged with being druuk and lisorderly. Mr. -Adams scratched his head, gave i little low whistle and allowed that if it bad that effect on perfectly re spectable citizens, it never ought to be allowed to run rampant among those who might be inclined to hit the high spots occasionally, and to his mind the fact that his minions had become so befuddled that they were in such condition ot mind as In unable to prove their identity to the police, proved conclusively it had i right on sale. Thus the arrests. A preliminary hearing was given til the men yesterday afternoon. At- rney !. P. Billiard represented f Wh in, and Colonel Jas. P. I-ivin, ap peared to represent Ityrd and I.in- genfelter. Thursday morning was set for the trial. I.ingenfelter who up to a short time ago was In the employ or liyni at the St. Klmo. claimed yesterday that he had rover taken part in a transaction whereby any of the cider was .Sold. He claimed that prior to the issuing of the order to cease the selling of the doped stuff, he had sold it. but since moving to bis new place nn Hast Adams none had been on sale. TO THE COAST Mrs. Jesse T Boyce. left last night fur a two months' visit at lis Angeles and San Diego. PROF. CASE LEAVES Prof. c. o. Case, state superintendent of publi." instruction, left yesterday for a week's trip through "the southern part of the state. EXTRA SLEEPER ON THE PHOE NIX n ac count of heavy travel to the coast an extra Pullman will be at tached to the Santa Fc train leaving here- at 6:2') tomorrow evening. OFF FOR COAST Johnny Irvine left for Los Angeles last night where he will expend a week and the n go to San Diet;o for the remainder of the sum mer, lie will stay with his grand mother, Mrs. M. A. Irvine, while in San Diego. UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS Ther are telegrams at the Western Fnion telegraph office for the follow ing: Mrs. F. Hanley. J. M. Foster. A. If. Boyd. Albert S. Crane. John Kusterwood, Judge W. H. B.arnum, Iv S. Shoecr.art. W. II. Berkley and It. A. Turnbull. A COLLISION On Monday night one of the olcrulale cars, driven by Hoy Benz. collided with a motorcycle driv en by a Japanene on c.rand avenue near Six Points. The motorcyc le was almost demolished. Yesterday Mr. Il nz hunt ed up the owner and promised to make the damage pood. JOHN BRANAMAN HERE John Branaman, sheriff-ranger of Pinal county, made a brief business visit to Phoenix from Hay yesterday. Brana man reports things quiet in Hay, but tells of watchfulness on the part of the officers and an undercurrent of sullenness among the miners involved in the recent controversy. BREAK DELAYS TRAIN The breaking of a small rod on the loco motive on the enstbound Phoenix, due here at 7:30 a. m . delayed the train at Bouse for over ffrur hours enrly yesterday morning. The accident oc curr d Just as the train was pulling into the station. The train reached the city at 11:45. SENTENCED TO DEPORTATION Kd Cihson will roon cease to be a resi dent of Phoenix, the town of his adop tion. His removal is in the way of keeping out of Jail. Mr. Gibson ent ered into this arrangement yesterday with Judge McBride of the police court where he appeareel for the third time on the charce of driving a car while in a state of Intoxication. He was given a fine of $50 and sentenced to jail for fifty days. The jail sentence was fixed only in order that the court might have something to trade upon. A compromise was effected hv the agreement of Gibson to get out of town by tomorrow and stay out. Gibson is an Oklahoma Indian who has been here for several months. He has nn income of about $fi,000 a year and that is too much for him. It come.s in installments more than he can spend legitimately. So that, a good deal of it has been spent in lighting up himself and the reflec tion upon the town has been rather too dazzlire for the peace and comfort of its citizens. PlLCHARDjS tone YWmiumelW'ti ttionel938 ENXJT0rVERX; 12 City Blocks 25c Special prices on country trips. WEAKER RETURNS TO LOCAL WEATHER SHOP Laskowski Transferred to Denver for Special Duty; Former Assistant Brought Back on Job Kenentli Meaker, former chief as sistant observer at the local weather office, returned to Phoenix yesterday in response to a shift order in the dis tribution of observers. Bernard i-is-kiwski, in consequence of a success ful study of stream flow in Colorado recently, has been recalled to the Denver office to do special work in that department, and this made neces sary the recall of Meaker. Meaker left here some months ago to become assistant observer at Little Kock, Ark. Just before his depart ure he celebrated his marriage to Miss iKIsie Smith of this city. Mrs. Meaker bis been lett in Prescott for tin re maiuder of the summer. Section Director Hubert It. Briggs i at present iu Albuquerque, New Mex ico for a conference Willi Arthur Hiiigland, forest supervisor of all I hi district. Their talk is about Hi study of snowfall and the measure ment of snow beds in the drainage basins of streams being dammed for irrigation. o HALF HOLIDAYS GONE R.S. CLERKS MUST WORK Williamson A,bregates Half Day off in Summer Plan; Order Con flicts With Wilson's Ruling Whether the president of the I'ni-t'-d Stale's, is promulgating the Sa turday Half Holiday for government employes, is greater than the chief of const ruet ion of the l'. S. reclama tion service, who has abrogated said holiday, is a question ttiat is in tensely int-resting to tiie inside workers of the local I'. S. It. S., al though no protest has been heard. Veslerda 's mail contained a general order from the new boss of all re clamation work in this division, dis allowing the Saturday Half Holiday, that was instituted by the pre-sident for federal employes. Secretary of the Interior F. K. I.ane narroweel the president's order down te the clerical forces of the reclamation service. And now, a jui be.rdinate of Line's has done avvov with it entirely. All of this causes some speculation among the workers. The order goes into effect im-me-eliatelv. -o- DEATH AT PRESCOTT OF CARL C. HEDGER Word was received in Phoenix yes terelay of the death at Prescott of Carl c. Hedner, one of the best known ranchers of the Salt River Valley. Death was clue to Bright's dise.,-ise. Mr. Hedge r b-ft Phoenix only last S.atureiav feir Prescott, where it was hoped the change of climate would prove beneficial. He was accompanied by his wife and ilaught.-r. who were with him wlu'D the end came. Deceased came to I'h.icnix from KcptiK'kv twelve years ago with his father, il'o'i.as T. Hcdger. who di.-i) semn after removing to Arizona. He uns inte-rested extensively in farming lands in the valley, and for several years p.-u-t ma.le his home on one of bin ranches twelve miles west of the ' ity en the Christy road. A member of the Phoenix lodge, p. P. ft. Flks. lie was one of the best known ranchers in the valley, and had many friendn boll in the city and country. The body arrived in the city last niuht. and was taken to the Whitney undertaking parlors on West Washing ton street. Fiiner.il arrangements wil' be niinounced later. o CRONIN GOING AHEAD WITH LIBRARY WORK In spite of the fact that his right to hold the ofice is about to he attae-ked in the courts. Con P. Cronin. (date law and legislative reference librarian is going ru;lit ahead with the duties of the office as if the board of curators had never appointed Mark Dunbar to the position. Toel.lv Mr. Cronin will begin the work of indexing the entire state library, which incliules not only the law library but also a large number of publica tions of all sorts, many of which are stored on the fourth floor of t lie state house. A quadruple slanelard index system such as is usee! in the large libraries of the country will be used. There is no index of the library at present. Papers in epici warranto proceedings are being prepared by Dunbar and it is stated, will he filed some time this week. PIONEERS' HOE ADDITION WAITS Pending the return to Prescott of Judge "Wells and Dr. R. N. Ixieinry, members of the committee representing th Parsons' estate, work will not he commenced on the new addition to the Pioneers' home. A slight change in the plans necessitated formal approval of the alterations in the specifications, anil uiitil this is done the actual work of construction will not begin. The N. P. Olson construction com pany of this city has the contract for the new addition to the home. The ad dition will be ured as a home for wo men pioneers. We have just re ceived anothdr 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 P'KD--Mild at Beriyhili's and ELVEY & HULETT'S SANITARY FOUNTAINS "ATTENTION MINING MEN FOE SALE Ten St;UUi) nil!, fiiii- i.Ipip. ;s v.. -v., f. M. "-.u ol in" cm,ii:'. : t !.-;., i m. -;!s- ol inc Pii'j,in'. J " t h in first l.-i.-s coinli 1 ion Ati'li-i-'f-s iUi'Wt r lt, BOX 818, Al!7ui:i l.c;)ntli f ;iv. SUMMERING f ARIZONIANS I Mrs. H. I . Kersting will leave tonight I for I.e.;: Angeles. Sic will spend the next tno months t!n re and at coast re sorts. DIES AT VENICE Clyde Maxwell, formerly a memlii r of the city police fiiice, was found dead in Venice, Cal., yesterelay morning. lie was a mem ber of thr local lodge of Klks, and has many friends in this city. His widow res:.!, s in this city. UNDER ESPIONAGE Miss Cruz i.aznv. has returned to the city after a prolonged .-ibse-nee-. This is nut a so ciety r.e.te. lie, presence became known to the police and she was roundcHl up on the charge of making a Mesican be lieve that she va going to kill him. She had pointed a gun at him. He made' complaint but Cruz had depart- "!. Nothing now is likely to come of the ease for the complaining witness e-annot he located. Meanwhile the po lice have arranged to keep a watchful eye on the girl. Von must -phut pood seed. (1onillele. line of Mimjn.'r Is. & Feed Cc ll5 E. Jefferson St. Phoenix Seed Sositp Almond Coco Oilj m Rose Glycerine... Peroxide Bath, These Se;i)S lii.i'lc specially for us-. We. u;ir;intfe llieiii to le pure a.xl to lallier freely in hard .water. Mb. Can Talcum 15c The Postoffice is Opposite Free Motorcycle Delivery TELEPHONES 1670 to Reduced round certain days in for instance New Orleans 65.00 Mew York 105.70 Chicago $67.50 Omaha 55.00 Denver , 45.00 Quebec 115.50 Dallas 55.00 gt. Louis 65.00 Houston 55.00 st. Paul CS.90 Kansas City '. . . 55.00 Toronto 93.50 Memphis 65.00 Montreal 105.70 and others These tickets are str-icily first cbss. Returr limit, 3 months not to-exceed Oct. 31, 5. Ask the nearest Santa Fe agency to arrange your trip W. S. GOLDSWORTHY, General Agent Central and Adams Sts. U tac-L jSL yaCJj'M m if San Diego Exposition Make your Ik ad'iuarters at ti e immense. luxurious, centrally located U. S. GRANT HOTEL REASONABLE RATES GUARANTEED '.$1.50 CP) die room, one person Without bath. $1.. to fi none- higher. Add $1 for each additional person. With bath, $2. .'ill to $4. .10 inme higher. Aeld $l.!"itl for eioh ail.iitional person. Suites of two rooms with bath for two persons, to Add $!..'.) fur eacu additional person. No deviation is ever maclo from above schedule. Guests and prospective guests m?y court with absolute certainty upon thesa reasonable rates. JAMES II. HDl.llKS, Managing Director (For twenty years manager of lintel Green, Pasadena) fjT33IH ICUC 300C i'fii HI, f'. iiJiii - -i . 30 DC L,f" i lii f ' I 5 i i1j.it 5, Ti! 51 jt :f.r. Lightning Delivery Transfer and Storage Co. Padded Furniture Vans. We store or move any thing. Only absolutely fireproof warehouses in City. Telephone 1126 and 594. ' v 42 South Center - 3 tor 25c Sun's Liquid Tar Shampoo 25c 1G50 the Jkast trip rates on sale July and August Phone 453 A .'; -J --v m- c. tl M.l fi-V : i , if : When You Visit J 'I -xi.-m m rtr ?n 4th St., Junction g K a. r'JI' i CI $-A . 8 the! I 1 I i e ' I ' SAN FRANCISCO VI IF.N VISITING 1 1 IE EXPOSITION MAKE YOUK I iEADQUAl i 1 1 .KS A 1 1 1 IE II ST. REGIS t G'ntrally locatcj v.il!ilrLli hlorlc of rvriyihing-on a N diiect car line to tii ExpeeKiaon. l 150 outside rooms, hot & cold running wa'.rr ince-ry on Q RATES iV'nrh.-i! I..1.I1 1'rivnt.- IkiUi II SI 10 im-!.- -'.'' MNs 1 1 .' I.SO. lie dutiMe ' :-:... v" eJeillil'- II TkU IWer-jl "us dine! to Hold , fror. t-Vrtv take- miv M ttr: U S: .,r -, t ...1 .-t III, M . .1. I.ill l.l" 1. ...,i )l I 1 'V 1,'U- s ...1 -..ik,. a ,w it -.iii: ,.i -llh .-e; ..!) a, Mn.i. ii. fl cc: