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THE AKIZUSA KUJf UULJ-UAJf, SUNDAY ZUOKXLXa, 31AKCH 3, 1918 PAGE FLVK 480,000 Photographs Taken Since Jan. 15, 1918 Wonderful Record of Electric Studio The popular ping pong photo ex ecuted by tho Klcctrlc Studio has had a tremendous run in Phoenix. This Is accounted for by the exceptional char actor of the work and the price. To believe that this concern, in business irice January 15, could print 480,000 separate portraits seems like accom plishing the Impossible. Thl sis not nil. however. 15,000 post cards, 7.640 panel photographs, and 1,200 photos of larger sizes have been produced since that time. The grand total ot separate portraits photographed will reach the large figure of 603.840. This will mean for llin city of riiocnix an average of 17 portraits to each inhabitant. Perhaps these figures will convey a meaning to the reader. It is simple. Wuality and price hag made the Elec tric Studio the most popular, by a good margin. In the city. Tho Klectrio Studio turns out a most attractive panel photograph for sixty centa per dozen. A beautiful folder (toes with these and may be purchased for a tmall additional amount. Post cards are just the thing to send away to your friends atid can be purchased for very reasonable prices. In fact you will find that all the work of the Klcctric Studio is of a very high quality and always a little cheap er than any other place In town. Make it a point to visit them today at 87 West Adams. Adv. FOR SALE GUARANTEED ALL PULLETS Day old; demand never so great as this year owins to high cost of feed. Raiso only producers. The greatest hatcherx on earth. Estab lished 1!12. EUREKA HATCHERY 1148 West 35th St., Los Angelei, CaL DR.R.A.TORREY WILL TALK TO T Doctor R. A. Torrey, one of the best known pulpit men in the United States, who is holding special services at the First Baptist church in this city, will give an address at a men's mass meet ing Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. Dr. Torrey is a notea author, preach er and lecturer and ror a number of years he was the dean o the Moody Bible Institute in Chcago. At present he is at the head of the Bible Insti tute in Los Angeles. Dr. Torrey is one of the foremost bible students in the United States today and is especially gifted in explaining the bible in such a simple way that even a child can understand. On "Heroes and Cowards." This special address to men is only at the T. M. C. A. A fine musical pro gram has been arranged by the large male chorus of the First Paptist church. C0C1I GIRL MARRIED HERE A quiet, but none the less Impressive ceremony took place at the First Meth odist church last evening when Rev. Ray O. Harker united in marriage Miss Nell Dunn of Flagstaff and W. E. Mor ris of Cave Creek. The bride is the pretty and accom plished daughter of County Assessor J. D. Dunn of Coconino county and has been attending the Lamson Business college for the past few months. The bridegroom is the son of L. E. Morris, a prominent cattleman of Cave Creek, and operates a large stock ranch of his own in the Cave Creek district. After a few days spent in this city, they will take up their residence on the Morris ranch. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY MICTION SALE THURSDAY, MARCH 7 ON CAMELBACK ROAD OR K AVENUE One mile west of Central Avenue COMMENCING AT 1:30 SHARP Having decided to leave, I will sell at public auction my following stock: 50 HEAD OF CATTLE 27 A-l Holstcin dairy cows. REMEMBER DATE AND SALE ED. HABKCKER, Owner C. O. McMURTRY. Auctioneer L. U. GALLAND, Clerk 21 N. First Ave., Phoenix Phone 1310 MCTEON BMM MONDAY, MARCH 4 Ono and one-half miles east of Peoria, or three miles north and one and one hul miles west of Glendale. COMMENCING AT 10:30 A. M. Owing to failing health, I am com pelled to sell my milk stock without reserve or limit. 29 HEAD OF CATTLE 18 A-l dairy cows, fresh and coming fresh, HoUtcin and Durhams: 5 Hoi-, utein heifers; 7 calves. 2 to 8 months old; 1 coming 2-year-old Holstein bull. THREE HEAD OF HORSES One 4-year-old driving mare; 1 work mare, extra good; 1 2-year-old filly; 1 hay press, good as new; 1 hay rake; 1 ilmiblo disc plow; 1 farm wagon; 1 cream separator; 1 spring wagon. FREE LUNCH AT NOON TERMS OF SALE-A1I sums of $100 mid under cash; over that amount, a credit of six months will be Riven, pur chaser giving approved 10 per cent lote; 2 per cent off for cash. M. J. MURPHY, Owner C. O. McMURTRY. Auctioneer L. (J. GALLAND, Clerk 21 North First Ave., Phoenix Phone 1310 k AUCTION SALE FRIDAY, MARCH 3 In Mesa City Corral COMMENCING AT 10:30 A. M. I am instructed by owner C. R. Mk- Mullen, to sell: 110 HEAD HORSES AND MULES Aces 4 to 8 years old, weighing from 10U0 to ItiOO pounds each. HO HEAD GOOD HORSES 50 HEAD GOOD MULES All good serviceable work stock, each n nd every one sold with a guarantee to I f sold as represented. Parties in mar ket for work stock should not fail to be on hand early and pick out their teams. ,. FREE LUNCH AT NOON TERMS CASH C. R. McMULLEN. Owner C. O. McMURTRY, Auctioneer L. G. GALLAND Clerk 21 N. First Ave.. Phoenix Phone 1310 r sale WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6 Four and one-half miles east on Mc Dowell road, half mile north, on the .'. L. Dal ton ranch. COMMENCING AT 1:30 SHARP I have decided to sell at auction 65 HEAD OF CATTLE TERMS GIVEN C. L. 1) ALTON, Owner C. O. McMUltTllY Auctioneer L. ;. GALLAND, Clerk 21 N. First Ave., phoenix I'honu 1110 I HAE TEAMS and want job plant ing and caring for 40 to 80 acres of cotton. Box 2417, care Republican. Bt WANTED Two people who will ap preciate good rooms and board in a private family; close in. Everything is of the best. Phone 2312. It SMALL BUICK 6, 5-passenger car; must be in good shape, '16 or '17 model. Notify 509 N. 3rd St.. L. Gomes. It 3 OR 5 TO 10 ACRES within 3 or 4 miles from Phoenix: a bargain-and good terms; must be on Tempe, N. Centra, McDowell or Grand Ave. Pre fer own e r. 0 0 9 N. 3rd St., H oogner. It FURNISHED HOUSE, three room modern to adults; no dogs or chickens. Call 1742 West Monroe. Johnson. k WANTED USED LIGHT BUICK 4 OR DODGE; MUST BE CHEAP FOR CASH. FITZGERALD 920 E. PIERCE. It WANTED A lady to share apart ment. References exchanged. Box 2416 Republican. It FOR SALE Very close in, only one-half block from high school, a seven room brick house, completely furnished for only 14500. Part cash will handle deal. See me at once as this is too good to last. FRED A. DIBBLE With Griffin "Alone" 118 N. First Avenue Phone 1093 1 FOR RENT Eight room modern house, lots of shade, garage. Inquire S03 South Third avenue. 1 BIG VICTROLA for sale 50 if sold by noon on Monday. I am leaving the city. 915 North First street. Phone S382. , v FOR SALE Bookcase, fumed oak rocker, tabouret. 915 North First street. ian Derore noon Monday. FOR KAT.K niin,u i. i 915 North First street. Call before noon Monday. TWO ROOMED COTTAGE and one single room. Call at rear of 321 North Third avenue. r TO LEASE 160 to 320 acres fine cotton or maize land, pumping proposi tions. Lease man install pump and equipment; land partly cleared and practically level; water developed in dug well, 80 foot lift. Address L W Jones or D. H. Gloss, 30 S. 4th Ave., Phoenix. w. ua Ished 5 or 6 room brick or pebble-dash U,ne', tl0M casn- Call or write 1101 WANTED Ford roadster, 1917 mod el preferred. Call 21 North First Ave, Plummer. , WAITRESSES WANTED atTw. ino s. LEASE AND FURNITURE of a 23 room transient hotel; hot and cold run ning water; down stairs lobby; fine lease, clearing $300 monthly. Also 16-room transient rooming house, excellent location, very low rent Clearing $250 monthly. 12-room transient house, central loca tion, all new and clean and well fur nished, clearing $200 monthly. 16-room rooming house, doing fine business. Price $1100. " HOLT REALTY CO. 8 West Adams St. $6000 CASH wil buy a going business that is paying 10 per cent and over on $18.000. Box 2386 Republican. it FOR SALE Furnishing and lease of a small attractive rooming house, centrally located, doing a good tran sient business. Apply 12 West Van Buren. TAKE GRAND AVE. car to 412 N. Ninth Ave., for cabinet bath and elec tric massages. r WELDING Oxy-acetylene welding; carbon re moving; body and fenders straight ened; general repair work; washing and storage. Work guaranteed. Polk Street Garage. Lem Jones, Mgr. 14 East Polk. Phone 1538. tf OWNERS MUST SELL 5 acres, just off Central Ave., splendid location, nice frame house, well of soft water, fam ily orchard; all for $2650. $1000 cash. 20 acres in the Central Ave. high class neighborhood; nice distance from the avenue; sol id alfalfa; only $6000. $2500 cash. Adjoining 20 can be bought. 80 acres on Avenue 15, l'4 miles north of Grand at $200 per acre. It is at least $50 per acre cheaper than the going price in this location. It only takes $3000 cash. ' 160 acres. 120 acres alfalfa and barley. 40 acres barley. Elegant soil. Close to Glen dale. No Johnson. $235.00 per acre. Ask us about this one. HERBERT S. PRINCE CO. 14 West Adams Members Maricopa County Real Estate Board I that WANT AD. to The Republican and dispose of. or get what you want and dispose of, or get what you want. Baronet Satin Decidedly the richest, handsomest and most stylish of beautiful silks the most ultra silk shown. 40 inches wide, in white, pearl, gray and castor, $5 00 (SiikDeptMain Floor) FIRST .AND WASHINGTON STR. "On To Berlin" Let this be one of our slogans that and "Lick the Kaiser." You can help do both by investing your spare "2-bit pieces1 ' in Thrift Stamps. Ask for them at our trans fer desk. N You Will Want to See Our They are so distinctive, so attractive, that they can't help but be admired. The style notes of this showing are worth noting, and, briefly, include the short coat, straight in effect, and snuggly and semi-fitted, with backs i slightly longer than the front. Collars are high, fronts are open, giving them a particularly picturesque spring effect. The one-sided trimmings are quite in evidence one sided fastenings are also a feature. .Various models included in this showing come with vested effects. Two different fabrics used in one suit add further originality to these forerunners of early Spring Style Ranging in Price from $19.95 to $49.50 Tailored Spring Coats $12.50 to $47.50 When in our women's ready to wear section be sure and do not leave until you have seen our Special Dresses at $17.50 They are truly a revelation in the art of dress making combining extreme style, desirable fabrics and economical prices. Exquisite Lovliness Embodied In Our New Spring Waists Every one new, dainty, and in the most alluring styles imaginable. Waists that will delight every one who sees them. They are made of the finest crepe, satins, and silks in simple tailored styles as well as those more elaborately decorated with pretty laces and embroideries, revealing many new motifs that will prove very popular for these first warm days of the new season ahead. Let us have the pleasure of showing you these new waists tomorrow. Their prices will prove a pleasant rev elation to our patrons. .50 to $12.50 id fc3 $2 Introducing the New Corsets of Fashion Our first shipment of the styles which were designed to coincide with the lines of the new apparel for Avear this Spring and Sum mer have just arrived here from the centers of Fashion and are now conveniently displayed in our accessory department where you can see and examine them to your heart's content. They are in high and low bust; short and long hip effects; front andback laced. To induce immediate purchasing all have been marked with tempting prices; such as these: Gossard Corsets $2.00 to $12.50 Bon Ton Corsets $3.50 to $10.00 Royal Worcester Corsets $1 .00 to $3.00 1 o Spring Millinery Artistically Stylish, Snappy and New Our showing of millinery reveals a wealth of beautiful spring models, every one of which is characterized by some clever original treatment either in line or in the trimming. Combination effects are in great favor and demand. Mav we show vou these tomorrow I . $5.95 - $7.50 - $10.00 KSEHIE HEW WAR WORK The Phoenix Police reserves are learning the war game. Companies B and D of the reserve made a trip to the desert Friday even ing, to gain experience In the field of sentry duty and patrol work. Camp duties were also brought into force. Throughout the day, the troops, after lending ear to assorted rumors, were under the impression that an "attack ing party" was to perform its fell work upon the camp of supposedly unpre pared foes. But no. To be forewarned meant to be forearmed to the Phoenix "Kaiser Kussers." Outposts were sta tioned about the camp and sentries in galore were detailed. If any attacking was to be done, the reserves were de termined to be in on it, and with grim determination they were ready to meet any German looking persons. When the idea of an attack was nearly ready to be abandoned, a cloud of dust appeared ''over there." Through the dust charged an automobile full-of one Indian and his squaw, shivering with fear at sight of the men with guns who reminded them so much of the old days. However, after a brief cursory ex amination, the reserves informed the fear-stricken redskin and his wife that nothing was to be feared, and they were allowed to disappear -in the dis tance. . After keeping a strict watch until close to midnight, and without further indication of an attack, camp was broken, and the companies returned home. The men named the camp, "Camp Heath" after Adjutant Charles E. Heath. o Do not wait till tomorrow phone that WANT AD. to The Republican and dispose of, or( get what you wain. BELIEVES STEAI EXCELLS GAS TYPE After years of experience with gaso line cars of many makes, domestic and foreign, E. C. T. Pelham of Tucson, now firmly believes that the steamer is the coming type of conveyance. ; Although at the present time the owner of an expensive gasoline car, he purchased last Wednesday, from Jack Smith, president and general manager of the Arizona Steam Motor company, the new Stanley Steamer. Jlr. Smith personally delivered the car and illustrated its construction and work as compared with other types. Mr. Smith calls to attention the maximum of power at low speed, with the absence of clutch, transmission, magneto, carburetor and of no gears to shift. "Fuel," said Mr. Smith, "is the least of our worries. Kerosene or even crude oil can be used, and we find that nearly four times the mileage can be obtained from the average tire." PAUL ETT ENTIRE GARAGE NOW A new business institution for the city of Phoenix, is a large exclusive storage and washing garage, for tho use of owners wishing storage for one day or for an indefinite period. Paul Bennett, who for some years has oper ated the Paul Bennett Auto Supply company, has taken over the entire building formerly known as the O'Neill Garage on North Central avenue, and has converted it into a big storage ga rage. Paul Bennett has employed ex pert washers, and reliable men w:ho will be in charge of the cars which will be available by owners at any hour of the day or night It is announced that cars may be left on storage for single days, for a week or by the month. Ser vices may include the keeping of tires properly inflated., the radiator and the batteries properly filled with water, and all ears left in the garage over night will be wiped free from dust. For some years past there has been a. desire on tne part of many, business men to have a place in which to have their cars parked and cared for instead of leaving them in the sun all day throughout the summer. Mr. Bennett has given special attention to this kind of business. A night man will be L the S-arage and any owner can secure hit car for use at any time he wishes . Tents and Awnings i Now's The Time To Order Them It is quite natural to put off the ordering of hot weather comforts till the time when hot weather comes. But then all is hurry and delays cannot be avoided. Be wise come and see us now. Phoenix Tent & Awning Co First Street and Monroe Phone 1111 !