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THE 'ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, . TrEDSDAT MORNTN'G, NO YE3IBER 28,-1917 Ml ifMiiw CONSULT US NOW and save jour eyes, edd'to jour I eye comfort. Northrup Optical Co, $ East Adams St Phone 690 tor appointment Our "WONDER" Foot Corrector Will correct most foot troubles. Celt at our Chiropody Department for it or any other foot appliance. DE MARVEL INSTITUTE Phone 1926 134 North First Ave. wv1 YALE DENTAL CO. Dr. R. M. Dunlap Getteur prices first. All work guar teed. Phone"t913. 21 E. Washington St. Over Donofrio'a WE ARE AS NEAR t TO YOU AS YOUR PH O N E DO IT TODAY "Come tO'sep us. We can give you what. you want. Ladies' Department. Ladies in charge. ORIGINAL. PHYSICAL CULTURE SYSTEM 137 N. Central Phone 4215 TURKISH BATH 1.00 E. S. WAKE LIN GROCER CO. WHOLESALE VALLEY MACHINE WORKS 7th Ave. and Santa Fe Tracks Phone 1085 GENERAL MACHINE WORK Do not wait 'till tomorrow phone that WANT AU to The Republican and dispose of. or get what you want, I DclLuxeJngersolls )Jeweled Models $351 to46 THEIngersoll Reliance was the first 7-jewel, bridge ( I model watch to sell at anywhere near its price $3. C It's smooth and solid and tbin. It keeps good time. It's tha kind of a watch your friends check their time by. You have a choice o( three cases, described below. i The Waterbury is smaller, the new "small size" watch. It's Jeweled at the points of greatest friction and is built on the sturdy Ingenoll plan. It comes also with a Radiolite dial that shows time in the dark or light. It's a guaranteed 4-Jewel 7 - ILL! )Waterbury$360 Reliance $35 (Snap Case) (Plain Dial) Aimw watch 'with a 1 go old ntnie. With low dial, RM. y.4-wel brldce model, f, Alio in dust-proof crew case, Si.00 fTi'orsj,l,?j??'ci:u;ik WATER REPORT FOR NOV, 27. i Elevation of water in, reser voir at t a. m. . . 191.30 58,235 1,125 2M9.0S Contents, acre feet........... i Loss in acre feet... i Elevation of water in reser j voir one year ago ' Contents, acre feet, year ago.. 1,1 12.223 Total How, M. I . . . f I Water used for irrigation ' north ide. M. I.. Water used for irrigation ; south fide, 11. I 21, OS') 23,550 13,800 WEATHER TODAY I (""PnoUca" A. P. Leased Wire WASHINGTON. D. C, Nov. 27. For Arizona Wednesday and Thursday- fair; not much change in temperature. Colorado Wednesday and Thursday fair; rising temperatures east portion. New Mexico Wednesnay fair; colder southeast portion; Thursday fair, warmer northeast portion. West Texas Generally fair; cooler in southeast portion; Thursday fair, warmer in north portion. Southern California Fair. WEATHER REPORT Boston Calgary ..., Chicago Denver lies Moines . nuliith Flagstaff ..... Fresno ....... Galveston Kansas City . Los Angeles . . Minneapolis Needles New Orleans ... New York Oklahoma . PHOENIX Hoswell . St. Ivouis .... San Diego San Francisco Washington .22 2H .36 54 . ;i; 3S c 'lear Clear Cloudy Clear Cloudy 'louriy Clear Pt. Ckly Clear Cloudy 'lear Cloudy Clear Clear 'londy Rain Clear 'loudy Cloudy 'lear 'loudy Snouf Clear Clear .34 ,.3S .2t; .40 .4 . .6 ..44 . .62 44 40 30 50 70 68 4ti 76 .3 34 .H2 . .58 . .30 -44 -til .fS ..42 ..62 50 ..30 . .26 . .68 ; Winnipeg LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY 6 a.m. 6 p. m Temperature, degrees 33 HI TempeiHture of evaporation Stf Humidity, per cent ........ .78 48 W ind direction E N.YV. Wind velocity, miles........ 3 Rainfall o Weather ..Clear Clear Highest temperature-. 73 Lowest temperature ........ ..38 Total rainfall Excess in temperature yesterday, l degree. Excess in temperature. since the first of the month, .71 degrees. Accumulated deficiency in tempera ture since January 1. 238 degrees. Normal precipitation January 1 to elate. 7.18 Inches. Actual precipitation January 1 to date, s.bu inches. Accumulated excess deficiency since January 1, 2.42 inches. ROBERT Q. GRANT, Meteorologist. - - TODAY'S CALENDAR - - Woodman Circle. Woodman Cirrle will hold a dance at Patrick's Hall this evening. Spec ial music has heen engaged and good time is assured tiy those m charge. Lutheran Ladies' Aid. Ladies' Aid of Grace Lutheran church will hold an all-day work meeting" at the home of Mrs. O. R. Lindstrom, 615 North Third street, to day. The women of the congregation w ill hold their annual bazaar. Tuesday, December 4 and n, at K. of P. hall Lunch will he served both days from,' 1 1 to 2 o clock. CD- TOWN TOPICS D . u LICENSED TO WED A mamas license was issued yesterday to Gilbert Gillespie. 18, and Maud Young, 18, both or Mesa. FALSE ALARM The fire depart ment hurried to Central avenue and Buchanan street yesterriey afternoon in respose to what proved to be a false alarm. W. R. C. The regular meetin the Woman's Relief Corps will be held at 2:30 o clock this afternoon at th W. C. T. T. rooms. The president asks for a large attendance. CARTWRIGHT WOMEN The wo men of the Cartwright church wi give a tamale supper at the parsonage on hriday evening or this week. Jewel Gold -Filled r - ? - " S 2. I 3 5 v j Stations j " 5 5" a s fffljl , Actual Slr-O . , Sim rM'lX'l.. Vft-iVll Reliance $6 (Gold-Filled) "The graceful ReliancsV In an cztra quality 10- f year guaranteed case. ADAMS HERE C. E. Adams, gen- ral manager of the Arizona Hercules copper company of Ray, is in the city on a short business trip. He is a uest at the Hotel Adams. EASTERN TRIP Chris White left ast night on a combined business and leasure trip. He will visit Roches ter, Minn., and other eastern points. - -FORMER RESIDENTS Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Turner, former residents of Phoenix, are. stopping at the Hotel Adams while in the city visiting friends and renewing acquaintances. Mr. Turner is now engaged in busi ness in El Paso. ASK MR. FOSTER Miss Bertha Carothers, representing Foster & Rey nolds company, the "Ask Mr. Foster Service," is a visitor in the cily- She is gathering information for use by the travel bureau, with which she is con nected. SAN MARCOS DANCE The Thanksgiving week dance at the San Marcos Hotel at Chandler will take place on Saturday evening. This is a change from the usual evening for the dance. OSBORN WOMEN The Women of the Oshorn district will sew for the Red Cross after school on Friday of this week. A short business ses sion of the parent-teacher association will be held in the afternoon at which nominating committee will be named. HELD TO ANSWER Andrico Ar- viso and Alfredo Limon were held to answer to the superior court by Jus tice Wheeler yesterday after a prelim inary hearing on grand larceny charge. Neither man could furnish the ?250 bail placed by the court. INDIAN MISSIONARY Rev. W. R. Johnston, who is connected with the Indian Mission at Indian Wells, Ariz., was a Phoenix visitor yesterday. Rev. Johnston left on last evening's South ern Pacific train for Tucson where he will attend to business matters for several days. SCIENCE THANKSGIVING Thanksgiving services will be con ducted by the First Church of Christ, Scientist, at the Arizona School of Music, on North Central avenue to morrow morning at 10:45 o'clock. The subject of the lesson sermon will be Thanksgiving." An invitation has been extended to all bv the church. ARIZONA LECTURE John P. Chum, who has secured through the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce some excellent moving pictures in this state, bus recently written to the chamber telling of the use he is making of the views. He incloses a program of the Madison theater. Detroit, where he ap peaxed last week giving a lecture on .Tinuiia 10 navxxLi. nia jeuiuic is we ing highly spoken of. IjULLICKSON LEAVING A. H Gullickson, traveling auditor of the reclamation service, who was for time acting chief clerk of the service here and who has just concluded the final accounting prior to transfer of the project, is leaving for others fields of, work.. Mr. Gullickson has made many friends here who hope to see him in Phoenix again, even if his official work here is completed. oHttlMEN OF SLATE Charles F. W'illis, director of the new minerals building at the state fair, has written to the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce asking for a sample of the slate pro duced near Pheonix. for a part of the permanent exhibit to be maintained in the mines building, which is now near ly completed. THANKSGIVING MAIL The local postoffice will be practically closed down for Thanksgiving. The general delivery and postmaster's department win be open from 11 to 12 oclock noon there will be no delivery, but city mail patrons can secure their mail h calling at tne ottlre for it. CREIGHTON RETURNS Harrv Creighton, for a long time connected with the customs service at Nigales, is in the city. After leaving Nogales. Mr. Creighton was assigned to duty with the New York custom house but latterly he has been in the Galveston district. He returns as special offi cer for the states of Arizona and New- Mexico. VISITS OLD HOME R. T. Long of the W. H. Constable company, has re turned to Phoenix after a visit to his boyhood home at Warsaw, Indiana, his first return to the old scenes for 12 years. Mr. Long declares it seems good to get back to the invigorating air of Salt River valley, especially af ter undergoing the rigors of the Indi ana climate. ADMITS GUILT Leonard Pina ad mined his guilt in Justice De Souza's court yesterday where he was arraigned on the charge of passing a fictitious check. The boy being under age will be given his hearing in, the juvenile di vision of the superior court. BALSZ SOLDIER BOXES Boxes of candy for the soldier boys are being prepared by the domestic science de partment and the Parent-Teachers' as sociation of the Balsz school. These boxes will be sent Saturday morning so that they will arrive at their destina tion before Christmas. Anyone in the Balsz district, who has a friend or rel stive in a training camp or at the war "Nearest t Wi mm HOTEL MANX PowellSL, ntO'Farrell , San Frandsco In the heart of the business, shopping end theatre district, Running distilled tee water fit everv room Our commodious six- lobby ,f ineserv.ce,and ijrjj nomelike restaurant tint tvS:i artrart vrj - 11-4 European Plan rates $!,Q op. . . id MMaguwat W. & jamei; YOU'LL HOWL WHEN YOU SEE HOWELL m rnrnmm Second Annual Ball Given. by the International Association of Machinists, . Salt River Valley Lodge, No. 519 Thanksgiving Day Thursday evening, Refreshments Served Free PATRICK HALL Besse Banjo Orchestra front is asked, by those in charge, to hand in the name and address so that the boxes may be sent direct to the soldiers. Anyone who wishes to con tribute home made candy or store candy for the boxes, may send it to any of the following women: Mrs. Greer. Mr3. Earend, Mrs. La Rue and Mrs. Gibson. The candy must be given to these women bv Friday, November 30. CASE-DISMISSED On motion of Harry Johnson, assistant county attor ney, the case against Carpio Diaz, charged with burglary, was dismissed by Judge Stanford yesterday. The mo tion was made by the state in view oi the fact that a material w itness is an- sent and there Is not sufficient evi dence on which to hold Diaz. ZION LUTHERAN "What charac ter ought our Thanksgiving services have this year because of the war?" is the question which Rev. Immanuel P. Frey, pastor of the Zion Evangelical utheran church will endevor to an swer at the special service tomorrow evening at 10:45 o'clock in the audi torium of the Adams school at Eighth venue and Adams street. Those in charge extend a cordial invitation to all to attend the service. LIEUTENANT HERRON Word National has come to the Phoenix bank that Paul A. Herron. who re signed as assistant cashier of the bank to enter the officers training camp, has graduated and is now com missioned a second lieutenant. Lieu tenant Herron has been assigned to the Twelfth Infantry. Lieutenant Her ron attended the camp at the Presidio in San Francisco. ALLEGES ASSAULT Alleging that he assaulted her when he came to take away a sewing machine which she said she purchased from his company on the installment plan, Elisa Verduga yesterday swore to a complaint against Lawrence Clawson. . Mrs. Verduga de Clares that Clawson struck her with his fist. The defendant was arraigned before Justice De Sousa yesterday and released on his own recognizance. He will be given his preliminary hearing at 10 o clock Monday morning. a - BORN RICHMOND To Mr. and Mrs. r . L. Richmond of 2100 West Jackson, Tues day morning, November 27, a 10 pound son, Forrest L. Jr. o J 10 RECEIVE PRIZE A special prize of liberal size wilj be awarded to the bike rider who breaks the present record of 22 minutes for the distance between the country club and The Arizona Re publican office in the Thanksgiving day race. A number of other prizes have been hung up for those taking part in the event. Seven boys have already announced their intention of taking part in the contest. The race will start at 11 o'clock in the fore noon. The dealers who have donated the money for prizes include: Phoenix Cycle company, Capital City Cycle company, Indian Motorcycle company, R. J. Orput, Goodyear Rubber com pany and King Bros. Of the three new members recently added to the executive committee of the State Council of Defense, each man brings to the committee a new element of strength. Lin B. Orrne is state -director of the Boy's Working Reserve movement and made a remarkable success of this practical plan for mobilizing the boys under a. military system for agricul tural labor during their school vaca tion. This work last year had the ac tive and financial backing of the State Council of Defense and it is planned to largely increase the scope of the work next season. Mr. Orme is also a member of the District Board of Draft appeals, and his intimate knowledge of the home problems of the men at the front will enable him to be especially helpful on the executive board of the State Coun cil in its welfare service work for the men and their families. Dr. J. C. Norton has a practical knowledge of agricultural problems throughout the state and as chairman MOSS MOUNTAIN - HEALTH RESORT Swansea, Arizona Fine climate, pure water, the right altitude; three distinct: depart ments. Chronic diseases. The whiskey and drug cure and our maternity home which Is apart and private from all the rest. In writing for terms give me his tory of your case. Address DR. R.JAITON Swansea, Arizona Get the Money you need for Christmas and other uses now. Loans easy to get on furniture and other chattels up to $150.00. Easy to repay on our long time payment plan. Ample funds. Reasonable rates. . Strictly confi dential. (We also buy notes) Mutual Loan Co. 1400 Grand Ave. Phone 1396 - Office Hours: 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. November. 29th, 1917 A Good-Time Assured TICKETS $1.00 Ladies Free . TERER STIHlME I COMMITTEE The quality in some clothes would make your headache! .AVith us you simply ican't worry because ours are not 'the head achy'kind. Eogers-Peet, Society Brand and Adler Ro chester L00 all wool with- colors absolutely fast.' "Army - Officers' Uniforms," McDougall & Cassou 30 W. Washington St. BEGIN BUYING CHRISTMAS PRESENTS We have our new stock in, tee it. Xmas cards, etc. ELVEY & HULETT QUALITY DRUGGIST Phoenix Phone 4411 of the drive for food pledge cards in Maricopa county made a remarkable record, nearly 7,500 pledge cards being secured. He is keenly interested in the work of increased food production and will be of great help to the coun cil in this connection. Thomas . .1. Croaff. the other new member of the executive committee, is the recently elected president of the Sta-te Federation of Labor and with his intimate knowledge of labor condi tions throughout the state and his re cent conference with the President's Labor Commission, he is in a position to be of great help in the work of the executive committee. Denver, Colo. Nov. 14, 1917. TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE BOSTON -WYOMING OIL COM PANY: Notice is hereby given. that a de ferred meeting of the stockholders of THE BOSTON-WYOMING OIL COMPANY will be held at the office of the company, Room 316 National Bank of Arizona building, in the city of Phoenix, state of Arizona, at f o'clock p. m., on Monday, the 17th day of December, 1917, for the following purposes: First: To consider the- question of amending paragraph "V" of the arti cles of incorporation so as to change the number of directors from nine to five: Second: To elect a board of direc tors. Third: To transact such other busi ness as may properly come before said meeting. Books for the transfer of stock will close at the conclusion of business on November 30,-1917, and will re-open on the day following the adjournment or said meeting. A. W. WARREN, Adv. Secretary. FOR MOTHER'S BEST DINNER -THE THANKS GIVING FEAST Mother always, puts a lot of effort behind her Thanksgiving din ner. Let, us supply yourtable .with all the good things in the grocery line for in stance : Cranberries, Plum Pudding, Mince Meat, Celery, Figs, Dates, Cider, Pump kins, N ew Arizona Oranges, Arizona Grape Fruit, Sweet Potatoes, Olives, Rel ishes, Preserves and other articles too numerous to mention. Phone your orders early. EL WELL GROCERY CO. Phone-714 . ALL LOOP CARS STOP Mavis Face Powder 50c Mavis Sachet Powder . .x $1.00 Mavis Talcum Powder 25c Mavis Compact Powder . . ...-.40c Mavis Rouge .... .... . . . . 40c Mavis Cold Cream 25c Mavis Toilet Water . . . . 75c Mavis Perfume, per oz...... . $1.00 All' the popular imported and domestic perfumes, toilet .waters, face powders and cold creams. 1670 The Postoffice la Opposite Free Motorcycle Delivery TELEPHONES 29 West Adams St. CASE ON TRIP C. O. Case, super intonrlRnt of cublic instruction, was a passenger on last night's train for Bisbee, where he will De gone on short business trip. o The Arizona Grocery will be open until 8 p. m. today andiclosed all-day Thanksgiving. Adv. It VIOLETS j Fresh violets every day at me Ari zona Seed & Floral Co..' 28-30 South rvntral ave. Phone 440!. Adv. tf GOLD FISH X'w ohinmArt of fiold Fish iust re- ; ceived at Arizona Seed & Floral Co., j -s-3n South Central ave. Phone 4403. Adv. tf TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY TWO FRONT ROOMS; no sick. 347 No. 5th Ave. b WANTED Teamster; must be ex perienced and know the city. Apply Tarbell's Transfer or Phone 8264. dr WANTED A woman for light housework. 1120 So. 3rd Ave. Phone 8264. dr WANTED Girl for general house work: small family. Apply 302 W. Lynwood. gs TWO WOMEN' want one or two pleasant furnished rooms and screen porch for light housekeeping, perma nent and can furnish references. Box 98o, Republican. It WESTERN NURSERIES & SEED CO. Northeast Corner Adams Street and Fourth Ave. Wholesale and retail ' dealers in all kinds of fruit and ornamental trees, shrubs, vines, roses, seed and feed. Only choice whole root stock handled. Branch at Mesa; A. W. Babbitt, Mgr. CONSTABLE ICE & FUEL CO. s Wood & Coal All that's best in INDIAN GOODS Graves' Indian Shop .33 West Adams ' AT THE SUN CORNER 1650 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM FRANCE. BULBS GROWN-IX HOLLAND AND HAVE A FEW TO SELL. WE PLANT THE BALANCE. Brazees Flower Shop Phone 3583 A ' m innr Lawn.. adds more to tbc appear ance of your homo than anvthinir von can -do to it. Note is Me ! time to plant j - . f We supply . 7 . . T" X Seed, Fertilizer and j Cardener f Phone. 10V7 ' ( f Phoenix Seed - and Feed Co. Special meeting Wednesday, commencing 7:30. for thp pur CT pose of conferring the .Red fr Cross and Malta on two. .Ml Sir Knights and sojourning memh'-rs asked to be present. HOWARD J. BRA2EE, Eminent Commander. Adv i o Do not wait 'till tomorrow phono that WANT AD. to The Republican and dispose or. or get what you wan'. W..U'M-:.,.'HJ;J 23(KEast .Washington St.