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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1920
TRADES f flS? COUNCIL
TO YOUR EYES
If you think they may need
I : CORRECTLY FITTED GLASSES
Have them examined by
- Specialists in Visual Defects
Northrup Optical Co.
; 9 EAST ADAMS ST.
: Phone 690 For Appointment
RrForvoir elevation 219.02
Reservoir contents, acre feet. . 1,268, 234
(lain. 24 hours 32,704
Flow at Granite Reef 294,640
Kkvation, year ago 140.45
Contents, .year .ago 33,045
Arizona: Fair -Wednesday- and
Thursday; no change in temperature.
Colorado: Fair Wednesday, colder in
east portion; Thursday fair.
New Mexico: Cloudy and colder
Wednesday; Thursday fair.
Dr.. J. C. Belt
NEW SYSTEM DENTIST
Monihon Building; Office Phone 605
st Washington St. Tf
Goldbergs' Clothing I
THERE is style In glasses as wsll
as in clothes are your eyes well
dressed? Our glasses will please
you in every way.
Munson Optical Co.
8 E. Washington St.
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Abilene 44 46 Cloudy .04
Koise .. 42 42 Clear 0
Iloston 32 36 Cloudy JO
Buffalo 26 32 Snow JO
Chicago 30. 34 Clear 0
Denver 44 46 Cloudy 0
Des Moines 34 38 Clear 0
Flagstaff 28 34 Cloudy 0
Fresno 56 58 Clear 0
Galveston 64 70 Cloudy JO
Kansas City 52 54 Clear 0
Los Angeles ....56 62 Clear .26
New Orleans 66 72 Cloudy .12
New York 36 38 Clear .08
Oklahoma 40 48 Rain .08
PHOENIX 52 61 Cloudy .36
Portland, Ore. ..52 52 Clear 0
St. Louis 44 52 Clear 0
Walt Lake City ..36 40 Clear 0
San Diego 54 58 Clear JO
Kan Francisco ..56 62 Clear 0
Tucson 56 64 Pt. Cldy 0
Washington .. ..40 50 Clear .12
Winnipeg .. ....6 8 Snow .01
Yuma :..58 62 Clear 0
Local Weather Yesterday
6 a.m. Noon 6 p.m.
Temp., dry bulb .... 54 5t
Temp., wet bulb 52 52 48
Humidity, per cent .. 91 74 78
Wind from SE W SW
Wind, miles 7 12 3
Rainfall 0 04 .3:
Weather Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy
Highest yesterday 61
Lowest yesterday 50
Total rainfall .36
Excess in temperature yesterday, 3
Excess in temperature since the first
of the month, 63 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since January 1, 12 degrees.
Normal precipitation January 1 to
date, 1.54 inches.
Actual precipitation January 1 to
aate, z.zs inches.
Excess since Januarv 1, .74 inch.
ROBERT Q. GRANT.
I Buy Diamonds and
Pay Highest Cash Price
45 N. CENTRAL
Redewill Music Co.
224 W. Washington St.
Phoenix Seed and
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Jefferson St.
Haas, Baruch& Co, Inc.
Constable Ice and
PURE (CE GOOD SERVICE
The Only EXCLUSIVE
Hardware House in the State
FIN NIG AN -BROWN CO.
Exclusive Dealers in
HIDES, WOOL, PELTS, ETC.
15th Ave. and Santa Fe Tracks
Phoenix Title & Trust Co-
,-, DON'T WORRY
The largest and most up to date
Bhoe 6hop in the southwest. Shoea
cleaned, dyed, shined and repaired at
323 West Washington street. Sandige
Shoe Shop. Adv. bk
' Scottish Rite Class
AM Masons who wish to attend the
Scottish Rite work are notified to be
present Thursday, February 12th. at
3, o'clock in the morning at the Elks
UkIko Room. The work will be put
jh ly the Tucson lodge. A class will
initiated at that time. Adv. bd
j;XOTICE to traveling' men : 6,s hours
jo c:iolc. Fare $3.72. Office open 7
rn. - 33 vl. Adams. Phone 702. Adv.
D. W. Murphy, Los Angeles; Ed Rit
ter. El Paso; M. M. ilbert, Portland,
Ore.; Mrs. 11. J. Lewis and Miss Alice
Lewis, Minneapolis; F. A. Bell, L03
Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Shute,
Globe; Mrs. J. E. Miller, Los Angeles;
Mrs. J. H. Gwin, Los Angeles; John
Allan llisey, Jr.'Philadelphia; Mrs. B.
T. Evans, Winslow.
- William. Redmond, Stockton, Calif.;
F. B. Lanie, Clifton; P. K. Carson, Mo
renci; H. P. Van Ark, Grand Rapids,
Mich.; C. W. Harp. Holbrook; Orie
Lebus, Cymhiana, Ky.; H. H. Baker,
Yuma; R. B. Rivers, Milwaukee; Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Mulford, Somerton;
Mrs. Bert Winger", Mesa; Mrs. -A. J.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Young, Charleston,
W. Va.; E. J. Murphy, Los Angeles;
Mrs. A. T. Hoy, Bisbee; G. W. Fawcett,
El Paso; Mrs. T. W. Logan and daugh
ter, Waverly, Ohio; B. Rill, San Fran
cisco; E. H. Roe, Los Angeles; E. P.
Furch, Los Angeles C. A. Farnsworth.
San Francisco; S. Rosenblum, New
York; S. Hastings, Sacaton.
Ray McDaniel, 20 years ojd, died
last night at "lis home, 1138 East Wil
letta street, after an illness of a com
plication of diseases resulting from an
attack of influenza last September. He
had lived here two and 'a half years
and was employed by fche local branch
of the Mountain States Telephone
He is survived by his parents and
a sister Hazel, all of the home address
here, as well as by many friends.
Burial will be in Tulsa, Okla. The body
may be seen today at the Moore &
McLellan undertaking parlors.
MEETING POSTPONED Because
of the inclement weather the meeting
of the Caledonian Daughters which
was to have been held on Friday,
February 13. at the home of Mrs. Alex
Davidson, has been postponed until
COCHISE ASSESSOR HERE Ed.
Hughes, county assessor 'of Cochise
county, was a visitor in the city yes
terday. CANDIDATE FOR COMMISSION
James M. Shott of 728 East Adams
street, for 40 years a resident of the
valley, has announced his candidacy
for the city commission, in the pri
maries to be held March 5. Charles
Barnett and J. A. R. Irvine and
51 S( Can
Do you know the pleas
ure and convenience of
owning a wardrobe ,
Of finding a place for
everything at the begin
ning of the journey and
everything in its place
at the journey's end?
Here alone in Phoenix.
New trunks with new
ideas have just been re
ceived. Everything in high
quality men's wear.
McDougall & Cassou
ELVEY & HULETT
N. W. Cor. Adams and First Ave.
Mayor Peter Corpstein are the
commissioners whose terms - expire
this year. Petitions for Shott were
being circulated yesterday.
WIFE ASKS DIVORCE Sarah
Clem filed suit for divorce from Clin
ton Clem yesterday in the superior
court, alleging that her husband de
serted her at Los Angeles January 7
of last year and that for more than a
year he has failed to provide for their
son .John, 13 years old. They were
married at San Francisco, October
28, 1902. Mrs. Clem asks restoration
of her maiden name,. Sarah Bird.
DEMOCRATS TO MEET FEB. 21
A meeting of the democratic state
central committee has been called to
meet in Phoenix February 21 to elect
six delegates and six alternates to the
democratic national committee to be
held in San Francisco, July 28, 1920;
also to transact any other business
that may coirp before the meeting.
IT WAS COL. STEWART The Re
publican stands corrected. In a note
appended .to . one of the items ' of
'.'Forty Years Ago Today," relating to
General Charles P. Eagan. who at that
time was stationed at Fort" ""Whipple,
it was stated that he was later con
fined at Camp Grant by the order of
President Roosevelt. State Librarian
McClintock correctly informs The Re
publican that it was Colonel W. R.
Stewart who was confined- The edi
tor f "Forty Years Ago Today" was
confused by the somewhat similar epi
sodes in the. careers about the same
time of General Eagan and Colonel
Stewart, the former having been sus
pended from duty on account of his
attack upon General Miles.
GEO. O. FORD TO WED Cards are
out announcing the engagement of
George O. Ford of this city and Cora
Etta Trask of Los Angeles.
WEDNESDAY CLUB The Wednes
day Social club will meet today at the
home of Mrs. Harvey Little on Christy
road, adjoining the William Lossing
bee ranch. All members and visitors
are invited and a '.good program has
been arranged. 1 -
RETURNS FROM YUMA Miss
Lula Straham returned yesterday
from Yuma, where she attended the
wedding of Miss Catherine Franklin
and Wallace G.' Freeman. Mr. Free
man was recently transferred to Yuma
from Phoenix by the Standard Oil
ADAMS P.-T. A. MEETS The
Parent -Teacher association of the Ad
ams school will meet at 3 o'clock this
afternoon. The annual "Child Wel
fare" day will be observed, with the
Rev. G. D. Yoakum as the principal
speaker. Tickets for the' dinner to be
held on March 8 at the Woman's club,
in connection with the annual state
conference, may be secured from the
secretary at this 'meeting.
JUSTICE CUNNINGHAM ILL
Chief Justice Cunningham of the Ari
zona state supreme court is confined
to his home with an attack of influen
za. His condition is not regarded as
GOVERNOR RETURNS Governor
Thomas E. - Campbell returned last
night from Fort Grant, where he went
Sunday to inspect conditions at the
state industrial school in particular
reference to recently completed im
provements and others contemplated.
Final arrangements for the special leg
islative session will be completed by
the governor today, it is expected.
ISSUE FOUR PERMITS Issuance
of permits to four mining companies,
one oil company and a Mesa publish
ing company to sell stock in Arizona
were announced yesterday by the
stale corporation commission.
Tickets for the Goodfellowshlp day
luncheon to be given at the Woman's
ciub next Tuesday at 12:30 o'clock may
be secured from Mrs. Lee B. Purvines,
54 Lynwood. These tickets must be
reserved before Saturday night ajid are
60 cents each.
GOES TO COAST Mrs. "W. T. Webb
wife of the state director for the en
forcement of national prohibition, leit
yesterday for a week's absence in Los
WIFE GIVEN , DIVORCE Ethel
Murphy was granted a divorce from
Joseph A. Murphy yesterday by Judqg
Stanford of the superior eonrt. Mrs.
Jean Simpson and Mrs. Murphy were
the only witnesses at the hearing.
RECEIVER FOR REDEWILL CO.
Perry Williams was appointed receiver
of the Redewill Music company yester
day by Judge Stanford, after a hearing
which began two weeks ago on the
petition of .Mrs. Nellie C, Redewill.
w idow of the founder of the company.
By the terms of the court order, Mr.
Williams will furnish a bond of $25,000
and also assume control of the "small
Sturdy and durable, built to withstand the. hardest
of soil conditions. Accurate in planting, assuring
the best job of planting obtainable. Plants 48-inch
rows to an even depth.
COLLINGS VEHICLE & HARNESS CO.
26-32 East Adams Street Phoenix, 'Arizona
LOAM S E AS Y
to get at lawful rates in sums tip to $300.00 on your furni
ture, piano, automobile, livestock, implements, etc. Re
payment may be made in small monthly installments if
desired. It is easy to repay as well as to borrow. Ample
funds, just and courteous treatment, .strictly confi
dential. Peoples Loan & Investment Co,
Licensed Money Lenders
Phone 1396 23 E. Washington St.
goods" department in charge of Cass
Redewill and the "piano and piano
player" department in charge of Eu
gene and Victor Redewill.
CHARGES DISMISSED Bob Coch
ran and Clint Nafzinger had a trial in
Judge McKee's court yesterday on a
charge preferred against them by Fan
nie Abramoff. a Russian woman of the
Glendale colony, who had declared they
threatened to kill her. The testimony
at' the trial indicated that the two de
fendants had been throwing rocks at
a horse and calling at the animals. The
woman misunderstood their conversa
tion as having been directed at herself.
Judge McKee dismissed the case.
SHEEPHERDERS FIGHT Word
received yesterday by Sheriff Mont
gomery from Juan Padilla at Beards
ley, stating that a sheepherder at Xada
attacked and seriously wounded an
other there Monday lilght. and request
ing that an officer be sent there. Be
cause of the condition of the roads and
the high water, no car was sent to
Xada and no action will be taken, it
was stated at the sheriff's office, until
a further report of the affair is ren
dered. YOUNG VOTERS MEET The first
formal action in preparation for the
coming municipal campaign was taken
last night a-t a non-partisan meeting
of young voters in the selection of a
ticket. The meeting endorsed W. H.
Crockett for mayor and R. S. Saufley
and O. E. Schupp for commissioners.
RECOVERS FROM OPERATION
Charles O. Bunnell, dairyman at the
Indian school, is recovering from an
operation for appendicitis performed
Monday morning at St. Joseph's hos
pital HERE . TO VISIT SISTER Mrs.
Heath Steel of Washington and New
York is expected in Phoenix within the
coming fortnight to pass the spring
season with her sister, Mrs. Ben Rud
derow. It is possible that Mr. Steele,
wso is" recognized as an authority on
mine valuations, will join his wife in
this city later in the year.
VIC HAN NY ILL Vic Hanny is re
ported seriously ill, having a severe
attack of influenza.
MRS. CORBETT STILL VERY ILL
The condition of Mrs. Edna W. Cor- j
bett, secretary to Attorney -General
Wiley E. Jones, showed no improve
ment yesterday. She is suffering from
pneumonia following influenza and her
condition is regarded as critical.
BIG DAMAGE SUIT TODAY
Hearing of the 510.000 personal injury
brought by Camil Aguilar against the
Marinette Canal and Land company
will engage the attention of Judge
Stanford in the first division of the
superior court today. Aguilar alleges
that while in the employ of the com
pany last year as a teamster, he was
injured by a heavy casing which he
was carrying in his wagon and which
fell on him.
K. C. DANCE FEB. 13. Second of a
series, an invitation dance for members
of the Knights of Columbus will be
given at the Woman's club oh Friday,
February 13. Officers of the lodge are
acting as a committee in furthering
A BON MOT Speaking of "Blind
Husbands." Henry C. White says a
blind husband and a deaf "Wife make
an ideal couple.
LINCOLN . MEMORIAL Special
Lincoln memorial services, it was an
nounced last night, will be held at the
First Congregational church, with a
special program in honor of the occa
sion of the birthday anniversary of the
greatest American. The -"Wednesday
supper," usually served at the church
each Wednesday evening, will not be
DEATH RATE CLIMBS
FOR LACK OF FOOD
PRAGUE. Food relief in Czecho
slovakia must be extended far beyond
even its present wide scope if the sit
uation through the late months of the
winter is to be met. Hunger, suffer
ing and the death rate climb steadily
higher every day.
The children especially are in direst
straits. Hundreds and thousands that
crowd to the child-feeding canteens
of the American RelTef Administration
come with swollen limbs, indicating
tissues full of water due to lack of
fast. Many have the swollen. bloated
stomachs that mark the earij- stages
of starvation, and malnutrition is uni
versal. . In the famous glass' manu
facturing districts of Bohemia more
than 4 per cent of the entire popula
tion has become infected with" tuber
culosis as the direct " result of poor
living conditions and lack-of food.
For all occasions. Fresh dally. Ex
pert, up-to-date service. Latest Ideas.
Arizona Seed and Floral Co..' Z8-30S.
Central Ave Phone 4403. Adv. tt
St. Valentine s Day Candies!
Quality Inn, Witkins, Brown's and Nunnally's
Candies in Plain and Fancy Boxes
While They Last lA Off Regular Prices
A. L. BOEHMERS
Corner First Ave. and Washington
3004 Phones 3005
The Great American
Try toast for breakfast a few
mornings and you. will insist on
having toast every day.
Warm, crispy, well-browned
toast one whiff of its aroma
and you can't wait for its com
panion cup of coffee.
makes the" finest toast. And
toasting does to bread what' bak
ing does to a good apple-makes
it taste eveen better.
Toast possesses all the virtues of
Bread. Best of all foods.
AFTER FOUR YEARS
LOXDOX Four years- and four
months did the Widow Ilumbold wait
to nab a lodger who stole a pound pf
tea when he left her house without
paying three days' rent. She read the
advertisements in the papers each rty
and finally ran him down. The police
arrested Edwin Ashley, a printer.
PUSSY'S IN A FINE
FIX IN TOLEDO
TOLEDO The advertisement of a
lecal company for black cat skins at
50 cents each has caused a reduction
in the visible and audible supply. Fet
owners have appealed to the police for
The senate has appropriated $300,000
to the public health service for com
bating ; influenza.
The production of sugar in Argen
tina during 1919 amounted to 260,000
Land for Cotton
One to three 40-acre tracts, sep
arately or in one piece; good soil,
permanent water; best district in
the valley; cash or crop rental to
parties with sufficient capital and
equipment. Act quickly if interest
ed. Owner, Box 21 S, Republican.
Xational banks in the United
States amount to 7705 with total re
sources of $20,799,550,000. ,
The first prohibition movement jn
history was" that of the German Or
der of St. Christopher, in 1517.
A new product suitable for use in
electric insulation is being obtained
from the treatment of kelp in Aus
The aggregate of declared exports
from London to the United States, in
1919, reached the value of $204,199,707.
For all occasion. Fresh daily. Ex
pert, up-to-date service. Latest ideas.
Arizona Seed and Floral Co., 2S-30 S.
Central Ave. Phone 4403. Adv. tf
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOUXD Sack flour in northeast
section. A. V. Hewes. 910 K. T!rill. bd
NICELY FURNISHED room, suit
able for two gentlemen only. 1418 W.
WANTED Dining room girl in
Sanitarium. Wages, $45, room and
board. Phone 3024. bd
UNFUKNISHKD half house, con
sisting of 3 rooms and screen room, all
modern. 1205 W. Monroe. It
HAY", alfalta and barley, baled, for
sale. Phone 16J12. It
WANTED Soprano soloist, exper
ienced in church work. Must be able
to read rapidly. Box 22 S Republican.
Furniture, Paint or Hardware,
Stoves, Trunks, Rugs
A. L. Marsh, Manager of Ford's Stores, 220 .
Wash. Phone 1776 Sir.
I leave for Los Angeles to attend a large bank
rupt sale I sent you 5 car loads last week, and ex
pect to double it. You now have the largest stock
and finest assortment of Rugs and Furniture in
Phoenix. I cut the price for one week 10.
Let that 10 Cut
(Remain 3.0 Days
Be particular to inform every customer that the
figures marked on goods means cash. No mark- pi
ing up, and dropping down. I have one cash LJ
P price and never cut except when overstocked, as Q
1 now am.
Sell that fine Soda Fountain at 10 off Sell
Bedding 10 off. Got to raise. $50,000 imme
diately. Geo. O. Ford, Phone 1776
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