THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23. 1913
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Arizona Monday fair south, local
snow north portion, slightly warmer:
Tuesday fair, with rising: temperature.
Xew Mexico Monday partly cloudy
with local snow; Tuesday partly
cloudy, warmer east portion.
West Texas Monday and Tuesday
DR. . G. BELT
NEW SYSTEM DENTIST
Meni'ion Building Office Phone 601
LARGE NUMBER OF
f 36 East Washington St. M
I ' Above Goldberg's Clothing
I Store g
Phone 3089 I
Boston ;t) Rain .00
Buffalo 44 f.2 t'loudy .3M
Chicago 44 48 I'loudy .01'
Denver 14 IS Cloudy .20
Flagstaff 24 30 Snow .64
Fresno 4 8 fS Clear .00
Calveston 00 62 Clear .00
Kansa-s City 30 ;i Cloudy .00
I. os Angeles 50 62 Clear .00
Minneapolis 20 30 Snow .04
Needles 52 5S Cloudy .00
New Orleans 60 64 Clear .00
PHOENIX .., 44 46 Cloudy .18
Pittsburg r4 56 Pt. Cldy .88
Portland, Ore 38 40 Clear .00
St. Louis 40 4S Cloudy .00
'Salt Lake City ..30 32 Cloudy .00
i San Diego 58 62 Clear .On
'San Francisco ..54 58 Clear .00
! Spokane 26 26 Cloudy .0o
Tucson 42 50 Pt. Cldy .80
! Washington 58 60 Cloudy 1.10
i Winnipeg 6 8 Clear .00
Yuma 52 58 Clear .06
Phoenix Seed and
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Jefferson St
Local Weather Yesterday
6 a. m 6 p. m.
E. S. WAKELIN
Constable Ice andj
WOOD, COAL, KINDLING I
Temperature of evap.
Humidity, per cent . . .
Wind velocity, miles .
Weather Rain Cldy.
Highest temperature 46
Lowest temperature 42
Total rainfall 18
Deficiency in temperature yesterday
Deficiency in temperature since the
first of the month 27 degrees. '
Accumulated deficiency in tempera
ture since January 1, 47 degrees.
Normal precipitation January 1 to
date 7.70 inches.
Actual precipitation January 1 to
date 10.S3 inches.
Accumulated excess since January 1
ROBT. Q. GRANT.
Supplementing the already large list
of premiums, additional prizes were
announced in several classes yesterday
for the annual mid-winter poultry
show to be given here January 1. 2, 3
and 4 under the auspices of the Mari
copa County Poultry association. These
prizes, offere dly the merchants qf the
city, were not included with those pub
lished in the previous issue of The Re
publican. Exhibitors are warned that entries
will positively close on December 28,
and that new entries will not tie ac
cepted after 6 o'clock in the evening of
that date. In the case of exhibits which
are duly entered but which can not be
delivered at this time, arrangement has
been made to receive thm until 6
o'clock, December 30. Al transporta
tion charges must be paid by .the
Appended is the list of premiums not
included in the list published in the
Sunday issue of this paper:
For best display Barred Rocks
Phoenix Seed and Feed Company, $10.
For best Barred Rdck male W. W.
Carney, Mesa, 5.
Fop best Barred Rock female Ari
zona. 'Seed and Floral company, $5.
For best Barred Rock pen Pratt
Gilbert company, one roll, poultry wire;
For best display S. C. R. I. Reds-r
Phoenix Seed and Feed company, Jl
For best S. C. R. 1. Red male W.
W. Carney, J 5.
For best S. C. R. I. Red femwle Ari
zona Seed and floral company, $"..
For best S. C. R. I. Red pen Talbot
and Hubbard, one roll pountry wire;
For best display S. C. White Leg
hons Phoenix Feed and Seed compa
ny. $10. -
For best S. C. White Leghorn male
Arizona Seed and Floral company, J5.
For Best S. C. White Leghorn female
John F. Barker Produce Co.. to.
For best S. C. White Leghorn pen
Central Pharmacy, 2A Brownie camera.
For best bird in show, all breeds
competing Phoenix Seed and Feed
company. $10. ;
For best female in show, all breeds
competing Phoenix Seed and 'Feed
(Turkevs. waterfowl. Guineas, ban
tams, peafowl and pigeons excepted on ;
the two above mentioned specials.)
For best display White Wyandottes !
The National Bank of Arizona,' $5. j
For best Wyandotte in show, Phoe- :
nix feed and Feed company; Pratt's ;
For best display Black Minorca
The National Bank of Arizona,
For best black Minorca in show
The Arizona Seed and Floral company,
Conkey's Remedies, $5.
For best display White Rocks The
Phoenix National bank, $3.
For best White Rock Cockerel in
show, Elvey and Hulett, 1 plate camera.
For best display White Orphingtons
The Phoenix National bank, $3.
For best White-Orpington in show
Phoenix Seed and Feed company,
Pratt's. Remedies, $5.
For best display Anconas Chambers
Transfer and Storage Co., $3.
10 IS PL!
SECOND HAND SACKS
PHOENIX WOOD &
223 South Third St.
BORN To Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Luke, 2200 West Monroe street, Sun
day. December 22, a baby girl.
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to sell for tash, come direct to ?
MACK GARDNER ;
45 North Central
Phoenix Title & Trust Co. i
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Office Hours: 8 a, m. to 5 p. m.
HOLIDAY VISITOR HERE Miss
Ethel Powell of Los Angeles, sister of
E. K. Powell, now with the marines in
France, but formerly circulation man
ager of The Republican, arrived yes
terday to snend the holidays at her
brother's home at 1007 North Seventh
street. She will return to the coast
alter New Year's.
RETURNS TO CIVIL LIFE After
several months in the army, Eugene
Harrington, a resident of this city and
a former member of the mechanical
force of The Arizona Republican has
returned to Phoenix. Mr. Harrington
has just been mustered out of the
military service, and will probably lo
cate in the city.
GARFIELDS WINTER AT CHAND
LER Mrs. James R. Garfield and her
son. Rudolph H. Garfield, yesterday ar
rived at theSan Marcos at Chandler,
where they will remain for the winter.
It had been announced that reserva
tions had been made for the wife and
son of Fuel Administrator Garfield,
but that was an error. James R. Gar
field is his brother and the younger
son of President James A. Garfield. The
home of the Garflelds is at Menter,
A All Masons and their families
XXare cordially invited to be pres-
Xyt ent Christmas morning at 10
' r ' o'clock, in the Masonic Temple
when the Knights Templar will par
ticipate in a toast to their Grand Mas
ter, Most Eminent Sir Lee S. Smith.
An excellent musical program will be
DERWIN D. NORTHRUP,
H. B. ST. CLAIRE,
We Buy All Issues for Cash.
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ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Will meet this Monday evening
in Masonic Temple to confer
the Mark Master's degree. All
sojourning Royal Arch Masons
cordiallv invited to be present.
Lee L. Steward, E. H. P.
H. B. St. Clair, Secretary
256. Phoenix. Ariz.
Phoenix Fiour Mills
Flour, Feed, Seed
Van Buren & Ninth Sts.
WHY NOT A
Weight in case only 8
pounds. The Ideal present.
The McNeil Co:
128 W.' Washington St.
If you want your Xmas
Gifts delivered promptly
'Hasty Messenger Service
Rear Doyle's Cigar Stand
GARFIELD FOR SUPERVISION
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 22. Govern
ment supervision of' public utilities,
rather than public ownership,' which
be characterized as "clumsy." was ad
vocated by lr. 11. A. (inrl'ictd. United
States fuel administrator, in an ad
dress tonight before the American
.Vadium- of Political anil Social nci
'nce. The fuel administrator said that
a certain but not too pronounced dollh
era lion in the shifting from govcrn
nn nt control to private ownership 1,1
At Our Store
Big cut on everything for your,
IVORY GOODS, 25 OFF.
HAND BAGS 33 1-3 OFF.
FINGER PURSES, 20 OFF. '
Manicure Seta, Leather Novel
ties, Candy', Xmas Cards, etc.
ELVEY & HULETT
N. W. Cor. Adams and 1st Ave.
"The Joys of Theosophy" was the
subject of a lecture - hich . Francis . G.
Hanchett, divisional lecturer for the
Thebsophical society, and formerly as
sistant United States attorney in Chi
cago, delivered last night at the school
administration building, under the au
spices of the Phoenix Theosophical so
ciety. Mr. Hanchett said in part:
"Theosophy bring jo by explaining
the riddle of the universe. We must
necessarily be happy when we realize
who we are, from whence we came,
whv we here, what we should do
and whither we are going when we
understand God's great plan for man.
Theosn-hv- explains the whole cosmic
scheme and order. It teaches that God's
plan for man ia evolution.
"It shows that an all-wise and all
loving supreme power rules this uni
verse and that it is a scientific fact
that, fcs the Scriptures say, 'All things
work together for good.' it also
teaches that man is a fragment of di
vinity, that he is immortal and that
his future is one whose glory and
splendor is without limit.
"With such a knowledge as this how
could one he otherwise. than joyous'.'
Pessimism comes from a lack of faith
and knowledge. Ignorance is the cause
of suffcrins-. As a man becomes wise,
he .becoraes joyous and serene. The
divine wisdom which theosophy teaches
If He's particular give
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Clean and Press Your
Suit for Christmas
225 W. Adams
is destined to regenerate the world. The
truths taught by this great philosophy
will furnish the basis of wisdom upon
which will ' e reconstructed the more
Joyous civilization of the eoming age."
This evening af"the same place. Mr.
Hanchett will lecture on "The Dawning
of a Xew Age "
SIR KNIGHTS ATTENTION
All fair Knights are requested
to be present Christmas morn-
ng at 10 o'clock in the Masonic
Temple, to participate in a toast
to our (irand Master, Most
eminent Sir Lee S. Smith. An excelcut
program will -be presented. All so
journing Sir Knights cordiallv Invited,
DERWIX D. XORTRLP,
H. B. ST. CLAIRE
Use The Republican Classified Pages
for Results Read for Profit.
Born yesterday to Mrs. E. R. Powell,
a daughter. Mr. Powell, now a marine
in France of whose wounding an ac
count appeared in The Republican Re
cently, was formerly circulation man
ager of The Republican and later held
a position in the circulation depart
ment of the Christian Science Moni
tor. He . returned to Phoenix to
answer a call to the draft as he had
been registered here previous to his
departure for Boston. Weary of wait
ing Induction into the service after
taking his physical examination, he
enlisted in the marines.
Mrs. Powell, formerly Miss Ruth
Bandy, was for some time- .connected
with the circulation department o
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