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' THE ARIZONA RrjfUKnrc AFT, W.EV?i fiSUAT El U ti M
NINtr, JUUT16, 1919 L TIES rAUE SJCVJE 1. 1 i m to 101 ' MEDAL IT SIT GF LOCAL RIFLE CLUB ' The Phoenix Rifle Clnb held a very tocces&ful shoot Sunday, the principal rron.t being the contest among the members for the beautiful match med al furnished to civilian clubs by the National Rifle Association. The match whchj consists of rapid fire at 200 yards, and slow fire at 3U0 and 500 yards, for a total of ISO points was won by a well-known rifleman. Dr. George H. Waodall, with a total of LIS points, he beinir very closely pressed by another old war horse. La TourrRtte, whose final score was 133. Pope had high score with 140 points, but was not eligibe to win the medal n account of having previously won 1 similar medal. Uulley and Edens had also won the medal in previous hoots, and could only shoot for score md to help make up the required team of ten men. The detailed score fol I. A. Pope . , r- V. Gulley '.. , rr. Geo. H. Woodall . Tom Kdens ................. L. D. Ta Tourrette ... rom ftasmnssen ... ...... 131 VV. J. Scheidler .. . .1. G. Owens .................. i"- G. K. Gamer ...... ..........II"ii9 C. B. Barnhard .... H. D. Wilson lis P. M. Wurth "imi" 116 O. IC Benjamin I.-II""l04 Following the members match" a special match on a moving target was "hot. Shooting from :!00 yards in any position each man fired as manv shots as possible daring the 45 seconds the target was in si&ht. This was some thin? new to most of the members but 'hey took to it like duck to the water following is the detailed score: u. i .a iourrette Tom Edens .. . ..... U A. Pope Tom Rasmussen T. G. Owens " V. Gullev "' v. J. Scheidler ... F. M. Wurth C. B. Barnhard . O. K. Benjamin ... G. B. Garner , H. D. Wilson Arrangements are beinir made to hold regular shoots on Thursday af ternoons, snitable medals and prizes to be awarded. Tbis is being done to accomodate those who are unable to be on the range Sundays. Complete details will be announced later. o 140 .135 .135 .134 ..133 PHAGTiGE PEIIfif S HOME STATE II III i - -w - ;j t -' ' . . '"' " f --. . t x - y 1 f x- i - t j ..51 49 48 39 3S 37 35 30 29 28 2? COON COLLECTED $15,1 IH TAXES Taxes collected by George Cummins, county assessor, for the month of June amounted to $15,269.30. according to a report submitted to the board of supervisors yesterday. Included in the report are the rniinwino State and couunty taxes ....$5,6:5.65 School taxes Road taxes .'. Mesa City taxes ..-.II. Tempe City, taxes Glendale city taxes Vickenburg city taxes . Vhool district taxes (40 dist.) 4.512.50 1.549.00 129.74 170.97 238.47 80.40 2.916.17 LOOK rnp THE RED BALL 1KAD,.MARK firearms Ammunition ShootaEghr. ti Dr. R. E. Putney returned to Phoe nix last Wednesday a full fledged den tist and ready to take up that profes sion in Arizona fnllmvinp- hie o-oi, ation from the University of Pennsyl vania June 19. He took the examina tion of the state dental board last week, having already taken one under the Pennsylvanit dental board. Dr. Putney, prior to leaving Phoe nix for Pennsylvania, was assistant secretary of the local T. M. C. A. He is a graduate of the Phoenix high school. During the war he served a year and a half with the Medical Re serve Corps and spent three months in active service abroad. While in Phoenix he was well liked and took a prominent part in church and T. M. C. A. work. Dr. Putney is a son of Elwin P. Putney, a building contractor, 813 North Eight avenue and a brother-in-law of L. M. Laney, county attorney. Two of his brothers are also residents of this city, H B. Putney, of the Cit izen State Bank, and W. E. Putney, local salesman for Armour and company. o HIGHWAYS DECLARED JiSQICTl OF INSTITUTIOPi BOARD Public highways are public Institu tions, and as such the board of direc tors of state institutions has full power oyer them, according to an opinion given out yesterday by Francis J. K McBride, assistant attorney general me upimun. was given in response to an inauirv from An, t,, . Jr., secretary of the board, who re quested authority to honor six requests regarding federal aid on the construc tion of several proposed highways. The state highway department and fie board of state instiiiitin i, for some time been undecided- as to just who possessed full power under the lawB of 191 3- which created the board. McBrides opinion yesterday places the seal of finality on the ar gument and allows the board to go ahead in paying all claims. 6- nnilffll nun nm lLUJri A l GAME OF TENNIS ' under Southland summer skies with a dip in the surf by way of after-refreshment what better sport than this? And then, think of the elad tome exercise and healthful rec reation you can have doing other thines such as : boating, yacht ing, fishing, hunting, camping, hiking, motoring, golfing, horse back riding, dancing, band con certs, etc. a varied program of entertainment that keeps you imused and enthused the day long and the week 'round. No matter how long or ,short your stay in Santa Barbara you will find ample accommodations to' suit your purse and pur pose. For information as to rates, etc, write the SA,VTA BARBARA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SnU Barbara, California ania tarbara Sublimely DeauiifiAl im i ru n yflLLtl bllUHH H WEIGHED 55 POUNDS Valley farmers and Phoenicians who hold the opinion that watermelons is.....fe muie man ju pounds cannot be raised in this section should have been in The Republican office last night They would have seen a reallv mammoth melon, a 5i pound monster raised within three miles of .the citv limits. The watermelon colossus was brought to the Republican office by J H. Stranahan, a valley man who raised it on his farm three miles south of variJV' VTS futlle "Tom Watson" vanety. famed m the enst. Mr Stran ahan has 20 acres of the big melons, and expects .to ship eight or nine cars ot them in addition to what he places on the local market. He is of the opinion that he will break his former watermelon record, a 70 pound 'Tom Waison grown in Texas, this season in this valley. It was oricinnIK- mnn i ... . .;,,lic-u iu Keep the pound melon at The Republican otfice for exhibition purposes but the temptation was too great for the office staff, which promptly ate it Mr nas Promised' to place a larger melon on display before the kcason is over, however. -o T COMMISSIOI HAS ITS FUAfD CUT The high school - i. Miuiussion is to have 113.000 less to spend during the next venr flnn hn.1 i i.,(i a . ueen ""item-' pated. Assistant Attorney General curiae spoiled the commission s plans yesterday when he rendered an opinion as to. the meaning of section l" chapter 94, which creates the commis sion and makes appropriation for its expenditures. The chapter in question is anything but plain. The commission held thai the legislature appropriated $10,000 in a lump sum for its use and in addition made provision for $1,000 a year for when h01 eiVinff mi,ilary tlning tVl1 !?ool. exceeded - . ., - ti1 iuunen schools giving military training. This led the commission to believe they were en- of $24,000. ",aln a total Mr. McEride i f th. t, . "pinion that the two schonla iinn. . : twelve are mt, LT u. or giving the board haV of ThaVit eipt' ed to be able to uses expect- CADE PORT SUFFERS HEAVY DAMAGE FROM STORM "VALPARAISO. July 14.-(RV (he Associated Press-Five vessels were destroyed or blown ashore and heavv damage caused by a hurricane which blew oyer this port Saturday and Sun Od.v. All but one of the crew of the lou pipe ; smokers; mix a little "BULL" DURHAM with your favorite tobacco. It's like sugar in your coffee. :-; -!... : 1 j Mm v v; - 1 will iy C EN U I M E ' . ;: . G 'Good old reliable "Bulr -without a rival. Genuine -Bull" Durham-for rolling your own. Cigarettes that cost you least, cigarettes that please youmost: machines can't even duplicate them offirf bag of genuine "BuU"' Guaranteed toy .With REU or Wheat Straw papers you can roll the Best " Bull Durham" Cigarettes. German steamer Kni were iM.-.nj The Sais was washed ashore and de stroyed. .,Th German ship Pelikan, 1.933 net tons, sanlr n Two repair ships, the Maipu and Chiloe and the government steamer Collico were pounded to pieces against the breakwater. The German steamer U stphalen was badly damaged and three othcr'German steamers are in a dangerous condition.- No estimate of damage is available ! . ...... NOTICE .TO CONTRACTORS , The University of Arizona,' previous to July 16. 1319, wiu veceive sealed proposals for a general contract re quired in and for the completion of the W omen s Dormitory on the campus of the Lniversity of Arizona, at Tuc son. i Plans and - specifications prepared by Lescher & Kibhev: zona, may be obtainpd frnm T.'vmn t f : I N.C O R t O f A.T-vr 1 fn;; lucson-. together with full information as to the proposed work M..a't0n'f,1e'f0'' inspection at 21 fcouth 'Stone avenue, Tucson Contractors desiring to submit pro posals may bbtain copies of full or par- for estimate on request or by appoint ment, and. the return of such plans and specifications must be guaranteed by denosit of Tn- VT Dollars, which deposit will be refunded on the return of the plans and sneci fications in good order: Proposals must be accompanied by certified check for. five . per- cent- of - the- amount of. the bid included in th " iiuiu&ai, as a guarantee of the intent o the contractor- to enter into a contract with the University of Arizona to well and truly perform all the matters included- in said' 'proposal and in ' ac cordance with the plans and specifica tions or as liquidated damage in the event of failure or refusal on the pan of the contractor to enter into contract as above named. Said certified cheel wrll -be returned to the' contractor! whose proposals are not accepted an to the successful contractor upon tlw execution 6f a satisfactory bond an. contract as hereinafter provided. Th, University of Arizona reserves tht right to reject any or all proposals o. to withhold the award if for an:, reason i: may so determine. : .