Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on March 17, 1912 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1912. ITS -v YOUR rill EYES When your eyes trouble you or when you need glasses of any description, conif to us. Swig'ert Bros Arizona's Leading Opticians o Adams St. 3ott Phones Established 1902 'Across from Adam Hotel, Dividends in 1911) Paid Policyholders $13,631,657.73 Apportioned to Pay Policyholcers in 1912 $15,146,68b.72 The company is a Mutual Corporation in which the Company's policies are the only stock and the only dividends paid are those to Its polic holders. THE MUTUAL LIFE of NEW YORK J. H. COONS,Manager St No. Central Ave. Phoenix Arizona ST. FRANCIS Hotel and Apartments thoroughly modern. 27 East Monroe. Overland, 710. MRS. R. H. LONG, Prop. WII.V WAIT 3 to r, days for glasses when we grind them the same day ordered. rn E.- MUNSON. Optician. US V. Washington St. We- have a few more riding habits left which were made in our tailor shop. Khaki at $4.00 Corduroy at $7.00 HAL5MAN Tailor 19 East Adams Street. We Are Here To Make Money That's why we endeavor to treat all of our customers as. well as we can; whv we keep our stock complete, our prices moderate, our prescription and delivery system up-to-date. A.ti.micciw. rtOTORCYClC OCUVCRY- 14T. AVC AWHft ou Want the Best On the market for your dinner table in the line of Meats, Poultry, Fish, Oysters, FreBh Vegetables and Fruits of all kinds, see us. We a'so have a complete line of lunch goods, cheese of all kinds, butter, eggs, ickles, olives and many other articles too numerous to mention. flTou will find Trib'olet'a Market the most up-to-date marketing house in the southwest. TRIBOLET'S MARKET Opposite City Hall; Prompt Delivery to all Parti of the City "Phone Main 6 Overland 78 If Y Of Local Interest STORED WATER SUPPLY Water service department daily report March Ifi. lilcvatinn of water in reservoir, feet 15S.26 Contents of reservoir, acre ftet.479.24C Elevation of water in reservoir 1 year ago today, feet 1C2.00 Com nts of reservoir 1 year ago today, acre feet 521,373 Gain preceding 24 hours, acre feet f.:43 Normal flow Salt and Verde rivers at Granite Keef dam. M. 1 1:12.724 Normal flow at joint head, M. 1 dam pone Amount of water used for irri- ation, north side, M. 1 16,784 Amount of water used for irrigation. South Side. M. 1 10.900 AVater today in the Arizona and Grand appropriators. THE WEATHER Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 0:00 p. m yesterday. 6:00 a. in. Temperature, degrees 44 Dewpoint, degrees 38 Humidity, per cent S2 AVind-vlirectfon E Wind-velocity, miles 2 Rainfall, inches 0 0:00 p. m. 07 3 32 NW 3 .0 Weather Clfar Clear Meaa daily humidity 57 Mean daily temperature M Highest temperature C9 Lowest temperature 42 Total dailv rainfall 0 Deficiency in temperature yester - day 4 degrees. Deficiency in temperature ?ince firs' of month 4 degrees. Accumulated excess in temperature, since January 1. 134 degrces. Deficiency in rainfall yesterday 0.02 inch. Excess in rainfall since first of month, 0.9D inch. Accumulated deficiency in rainfall since January 1, 0.90 inch. ROBERT n. BRIGGS. Section Director. o MISSIONARY SOCIETY. The. missionary society of the Central M. E. church, south, will not meet at the church Monday afternoon but will meet with the Mission Study club at' the Ilaptist church. A NEAR SENSATION.A box social was held in the Fowler school an evening or so ago. and luring the pio-cc-edings some one tipped a lamp over. For a few minutes it looked as though there would be a .panic and a. conflagration hut tin- fjro was extinguished before much damage was done. READY FOR BIG BUSINESS. The city railway is preparing for big business during the session of the legislature, and to that end has put in a switch on west Washington stree. in front of the capitol. That will enable the running of extra cars on a short circuit if desired, between the city ami .'he capitol. GRATEFUL BENEFICIARIES. One evening during the past week a dance was held in Patricks hall for the. benefit of the Crittenton Home, the proceeds being donated to that institution. The inmates knew nothing about the event until it was all over and desire now to thank those concerned for their generosity' which is' much appreciated. BRANCH POSTOFFICE. The firtfi substation of the Phoenix postofflc-will be installed in the Bear drug storo as announced by The Ttepublican yesterday. Added information is that the postmaster, who by the way will be called the elerk in charge, will be Mr. Roziene, proprietor of the store. The station will not deliver mail, but will sell stamps, receive mail both ordinary and registered and issue money orders WANTS PET STOCK A Jerome man refers to Harry Welch, secretary of the board of trade, a letter from J. P. W. Stuart of Tuscarora Nevada, in which some local people may take a business interest. Mr. Stuart is desirous of securing a supply of pet stock, almost any kind but preferably dogs. Two Maltese kittens will sat isfy him in the cat line but when It comes to dogs his taste is more var ied. First he would like an English bloodhound pup. Then he wants two English or Gordon setter pups and a Chesapcauc lay dog pup or water spaniel. He says he does not want them for show purposes from which it is surmised he is more concerned about good blood than fancy points. ny Phoenix man carrying a line of dogs will do well to correspond with Mr. Stuart. Our Typewriter Man is ready to repair your machine at a moments notice. The McNeil Company KANSAS CITY VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Byrn are passing the week end in Phoenix from Kansas City. LODGE GROWING The local IC of P. lodge continues its steady giowth in Phoenix, fifteen persons receiving the rank of Page at a meeting held Friday evening. 550,000 BOND Charles I.. Rawlins, of Globe, yesterday gave bond for $50,000 in the United States district court for the faithful performance of his duties as receiver of the Arizona Commercial Copper company. PRESCOTT VISITORS K. N. Fredericks, president, and 1L e! Chever-ton. cashier of the Prescott National bank, and .1. A. Hope, manager of the JJa.shford-IJurniister company, both of Prescott. came down on last night's (rain for a few days visit in Phoenix. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST. Postoffice building, entrance on Monroe street. Services at 11 a. in; subject. "Substance" Sunday school 9:45 a. m.; Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock. Reading rooms, same address, open daily, except Sunday. 2 to 4 p. m. HARTSINCK - LUND Announcement is made of the marriage of Mrs. Lillie May Lund and John J. Hart-.slnck which took place at the Christian church yesterday afternoon. Reverend E. N. Phillips officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Hartsinck are at home to their friends at 1444 West Taylor street. OPEN TODAY. Lon Megargee. the Arizona artist who lias a nice collection of pictures Ojn display In the board of trade room during the past week, has arranged to have the room open today for the benefit of those who have no other opportunity of seeing the pictures. The pictures will remain there, until after Monday. NEW PLUMBER L. W. Gray has a new son. er. that is to say, Mrs. Gray has the son, and 1.. W. has a reat gladness. The young man ca to the family home at 123 North Tenth avenuo yesterday, inspected the sanitary plumbing and pronouncfd it good. Ills tyyne is alleged by mutual friends to be "John Wesley." NEW BLANKS REQUIRED One of the largest items of expense incident to the change from a territorial to a state form of government whlh the county board of supoxv.isais .has been called upon to meet is the- changing of thousands of blank forms used by the various county officials. In some instances, particularly in pro bate matters there were large stocks of blanks on hand, all of which are now valueless. GREAT SUCCESS The Elks' 1912 "Big Noise." was the greatest artistic j.nd financial success in the history of the local order. Rnfus IC. Love, who directed the performance and achieved such notable results is planning to put on an amateur entertainment in Globe in the near future. Or. Monday evening the Elks' will entertain at a reception those who par-tielpated in th performance or contributed towards Its success. GRAVES EXPLAINS Joseph Graves, chairman of the Elks' show committee is touched because of criticism coming from Mesa to the effect that Mesaites were unable to secure seats reserved for them. II" says that every seat asked for was reserved until after tin; arrival of tilt train. A party of six coming via automobile had. according to Graves, made no reservation and were forced tf. take seats apart from the balance of .the Mesa delegation. Hence the plaint. COMPLIMENTARY MENTION. The Central Church Advocate carries the following item in a recent issue, concerning the now pastor of the First M. E. church of this city: Rev. Ray C. Harker, D. D., becomes pastor of the First church. Phoenix, Arizona. He has just completed a notably successful pastorate in, Frecport, 111., as pastor of the Embury church. He is a. strong preacher and efficient pastor, and knows how to accomplish things. He is ihe man for the hour in the im portant change of the Fi'-.-r: M. E. church at Phoenix." ON AUTO TRIP United States District Judge William W. Morrow, accompanied by Mrs. Morrow, and his secretary started yesterday for a two days auto trip over the Roosevelt-Globe government and state highways. Judge Morrow expected to return this evening. A session of the district court will be held In the morning at which time a large number of attorneys from all parts of the state will be admitted to practice before this branch of the federal judiciary. The lawyers in force will be here tomorrow to attend the annual meeting of the Bar association. SUPREME COURT MEETS The first session of the state supreme court will be held at 10 o'clock tomorrow moning. at the court rooms especially prepared for the judiciary in the capitol building. The session will be brief, the members of the court and the visiting attorneys taking advantage of the opportunity to attend the opening of the legislature which will be called to order, probably at noon. The state bar association will meet during the day and in the evening a banquet will be given to the visiting attorneys and other distinguished guests at the Hotel Ad- aras. CITY MARKET Unoer the proposed city market ordinance the market master will also serve the city as an inspector of weights and measures. He will also Inspect all food offered for sale, and will have au thority to condemn any not measur ing up to'the standard. If the market is established all auctions will hr held th.er and all hay. wood, and grain wagons banished from the streets. Public scales will also be placed there and the business streets cleared of odds and ends. The market district in which these things are prohibited is bounded by Buchanan street on the south. Fillmore on the north, Seventh street on the cast and Seventh avenue on the west. The far mers interested in the establishment of the market are now considering council's suggestion to borrow the funds necessary to erect the buildings required. A decision will be reached in a -few days and another special meeting of council called to act upon the ordinance. GONE TO LOS ANGELES Miss Adeline Turner the pleasant and accommodating telephone operator at Hotel Adams left last night for her homo in Los Angeles. NEED MORE ROOM The Associated Charities finds that the work of the association is growing so rapidly that the present office force, is nr. longer able to cope with the volume of business. Miss Gilchrist, superintendent is endeavoring to arrange for a larger office force. NEW ENGINEERING COMPANY J. B. Girand, former territorial engineer, announces that his work is to be continued under the firm name of The Girand Engineering company with offices In the Fleming block. Mr. Girand has associated witli him Catl E. Has.se, designing engineer, and Frank Goodman, United States mill eral surveyor. SPECIAL TO TUCSON The Elks are working on a plan to secure a special train to Tucson this week when the state convention of the herd is held. A large delegation will go from here, and if enough do not sign up for an entire train special cars will be attached to the regular train for the trip. Preliminary' work to secure a big delegation to the Portland national convention next summer is soon to be undertaken D 1 The 'Critic' $5 of Dull a n d T a n Russia Calf. Mso shown , lace. An "Across-the-pond" model that has that flat custom effect so much in vogue with men particular about their wearing apparel Tiie Critic" lias that quality, fit tin) evlnsiv.' Jtyle that foim only lif "Square Diehl" footwear Repair Department in the Store. H. A, Diehl Shoe Co. SHORT VISIT Mrs. J M- Collyer of Santa Barbara is in Phoenix for a coujde ol days. Mm. Collyer was a resident of this city for many years leaving for California only a year ago. She returns on a business mission. COMMISSION ORGANIZES The corporation commission held a meeting yesterday and organized by electing W. P. Gearv, the legal member of the commission, as chairman and A. W. Cole as secretary. It is un derstood that this result was rather embarrassing to F. A. Jones whose friends had taken it as a matter of course that lie would be the chair man. WILL BUILD AGAIN II. O. Eckre former agent of the Singer Sewing Machine company here announces Ilia t ' he is going to build another house in EverKrccn nlace. to cost SS.OOO. Mr. i Eckre came here eight years ago from I North Dakota for his health and says ho has found it and prosperity along with it. He intends to go back to i North Dakota the coming summer on a visit. HERE NEXT SATURDAY. The ! musical trio, the Misses Gluck. Dorn ! and Ivemy, whose early coming was announced some time ago by J. M. . Messinger. who will have charge of their tour through Arizona, will play in Phoenix next Saturday night, March 23. The first named is a pianist of notable achievement. Miss Dorn is an. accomplished vocalist and Miss Ivemy is a finished artist with the violin. Biggest We arc growing. Our customers are the satisfied ones. An order from us insures a quick and careful delivery of tho best grades of m Uetial. We pile our lumber vertically, wiiich prevents warping and twisting. Bennett Lumber Company Phones: Consolidated, Main 72. IttoWrtgton Garments Norfolk Jacket Suits 1912 MODELS Distinctive in stylo and tailoring. McDOUGALL & CASSOU CO. "Right or Return" Hair Goods For Sale PUFFS, CURLS, JANES AND SWITCHES, ALL SHADES. SHAMPOOING, MANICURING AND ARTISTIC HAIRDRESS-ING. FACIAL TREATMENTS, HAND OR ELECTRIC MASSAGE; VIOLET RAY SCALP TREATMENTS. COMBINGS MADE UP, , D Y E I N G, SWITCHES AND MATCHING HAIR OUR SPECIALTY. EXPERT CHIROPODISTS, ALL FOOT TROUBLES REMOVED. SHIRLEY . SHIRLEY Overland Phone 262S. Consolidated Red 8072 39 E. Adams St. Best Overland 1211. Address: J mat rnie l Fabric finish Writing Paper E C ir.n tlin n m'nlnnnc it ! It if is tlio iptt nlivnva bills'. tl , mg agents. ; ri o i; EIVCV K I !l Hulett ; TRY OUR MEATS The best cuts alwavs. Prices are right and quality the best. VALLEY MEAT COMPANY EMERSON, ORTEIG & FINK raunrsyr 35 NORTH FRST AVENUE. Headquarters for the best of everything in Electrical Supplies ARIZONA ELECTRIC COMPANY 41 8. First Ave. Tel. Black 8513. NATIONAL CASH REGISTER OFFICE 33 West Jefferson St. F. P. WEBER, Aqent. Phone, Overland "i17G DORRIS-flEYMAN FURNITURE CO. Everything for Home and Office CALIFORNIA RESTAURANT .Z N'orth 1st Ave The best meals in the city EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT THE YAMATA NEW JAPANESE STORE All of the Latest Oriental Goods . Next to California Restau-i rant. 33 N. 1st Ave. TREAT YOURSELF PRINCELY "While in Phoenix by dining O. IC llest 2ic meals in city. THE O. K. CHOP HOUSE The, Place, 2.1 South First Avenue, Opposite City Hall. Don't miss the Pig Sale now on. We must have room for Uig Shipment nw rn route. SCATES VEHICLE & HARNESS COMPANY, FIVE POINTS. HARNESS We make the kind it pays to buy. N. PORYER SADDLE AND HARNESS COMPANY. MOKN&DRISGOLL FUNERAL DIRECTORS Busiest Cor Second Ave. and Jackson. V. R. NORRIS, Prop. CEMENT WORK Sidewalks foundations buildings, lie the job big or small, I can save you money on high-class cement work. ' Call me up for an estimate. W. C. POTTEIGER Phone O., 3128. 1319 Woodland Our Phoenix Store De Luxe 35 NORTH CENTRAL AVE. Invites Your Attention. HABERDASHERS AND HATTERS HYDER BROS. Have you seen the big pictures at 256e SAVOY Where everybody goes. Program Changes SUNDAY, TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Matinee Every Afternoon. PARIS DRY CLEANING AND DYE WORKS 121 North First Ave. All work guaranteed. FRESH GUT FLOWERS DAILY NEUMANN'S AT DONOFRiO'S All Kinds of Funeral Designs Made to Order. AH Work (Guaranteed. YEE JACKSON CO, t'p-to-date Grocery Store opened with full line of fruits, vegetables, cigars, candy and staple groceries 222 S. 7th Ave. and Jackson St. Phone O.er-land S.r32. Phoenix. Arizona. WHITE STAR LAUNDRY HAND WORK, REASONABLE CHARGE. 16 South Third Avenue. Beit Hand Work in the City. Phone, Overland 780. THE ENGLISH KITCHEN Adams and First Sts. Open at night. All kinds of short orders. We serve Chinese noodles and chop suey. THE WASHINGTON Candy and Fruit Store 239-241 E. Washington Why We Do' It Better Our washing machines have about thirty imes the capacity of "he washtub. Wo change water at least six times while wa.-dilng one oad. It takes an hour and a qucrter to wash them. We use plenty of steam, hot and cold water and plenty of everything. And we know how. Send your laundry to a. modern white laur.dry. Arizona Laundry WHITE WAGONS

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