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PAGE SIX THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8,1918. CONSULT US NOW and save your eyes, add to your eye comfort. Northrup Optical Co. t East Adams St Phone 690 (or appointment YALE DENTAL CO. Dr. R. M. Dunlap Get our prices first. All work auar teed. Phons 1918 21 E. Washington 8t Over Donofrio's Get the Money you need from us, today. Loans easy to get on your furniture, piano, automobile, livestock, etc., up to $U)0.00. Easy repayment plan. Reasonable rates. Ample funds. Courteous treatment. Strictly con fidential. WE ALSO BUT NOTES Mutual Loan Co. 1600 Grand Ave. Phone 139J Office hours 8 a. m, to 6 p. m. You'll Be Waited On Promptly Here Dependable Deilvery Service, too. WOT ft rMMflLLLIVnolt, The Geo. F. Merryman Co.; Undertakers and Embalmers j 124 N. Second Ave. j Telephone 651 j All that's best in INDIAN GOODS Graves' Indian Shop 33 West Adams Do not wait till tomorrow phone that "WANT AD. to The Republican and dispose of, or get what you want. There Is Money In- COTTON CORN HOGS Help solve the food problem by RAISINCr HOGS, KAFFIR CORN, etc. Help solve the fabric problem by raising LONG' STAPLE EGYP TIAN COTTON. We have a special proposition to make people of lim ited means whereby they can profit In an Arizona Industrial Project or ganized for the purpose of raisins COTTON, CORN and HOGS. Consult with us if you want to be Identified with this money making project you are under no obliga tion whatsoever to learn the facts. J.E.M. P.O. Box 744 Phoenix CUT THIS OUT Please send me particulars In refer ence to your industrial project? with out obligation on my part. Name Address Rep. " JsSfe "aaaa a s-sv m iA w w ri I Ft? WATER REPORT FOR FEB. 7 KlevatuAi of water in reservoir at 6 a.' m Contents, acre feet ?ain in acre feet Elevation of water in reservoir one year ago 189,04 827,830 248 214.12 Contents, acre feet, year ago. .1,189,980 Normal flow, il. 1 30,660 Normal flow, M. I. same date in H17 54,400 WEATHER FORECAST Arizona: Friday and Saturday fair, I colder Friday, somewhat warmer Sat- i urday. j Colorado: Friday clearing and colder, ' Saturday fair: colder east portion. ! New Mexico: Friday and Saturday- fair in south, unsettled north portion; ' Southern California: Fair.' . I West Texas: Friday lair, colder in Panhandle; Saturday fair, colder. o WtATHER REPORT V n 2 s 3 8 5 a Stations Boston Chicago Denver Des Moines 2 ft .12 M 5t Snow Clear Cloudy Pt. Cldy Clear Clear Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Clear Cloudv Clear Clear Clear Cloudy Clear Pt. Cldy Clear Clea r Cloudy Clear 2fi 48 Flagstaff 3S 44 Fresno 60 Galveston 60 Kansas City 36 Los Angeles .... 60 Needles 70 New Orleans 66 New York 44 Oklahoma 66 PHOENIX 64 .01 .14 .01 .01 Roswell St. Louis San Diego Ran Francisco . . . 72 SO 40 .12 S8 62 S .18 72 so .04 .38 Tucson 72 AVashington 48 Winnipeg !4 Yuma : . . 70 .18 14 74 LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY 6 a.m. p.m. Temperature, degrees 44 69 Temperature of evaporation. 3Si Humidity, per cent 64 Wind direction E Wind velocity, miles .v 5 Raijifali .v 0 49 .18 W 14 Weather Clear Clear Highest temperature 75 Lowest temperature 41 Total rainfall . . : 0 Excess in temperature yesterday, degrees. Excess in temperature since the first of the month. 4 degrees. Accumulated deficiency in tempera ture since January 1, 11 degrees. Normal precipitation January 1 t date, 1.44 inches. Actual precipitation January 1 to date, 1.14 inches. Accumulated deficiency since Janu ary 1, .30 Inches. KOBERT Q. GRANT. i TODAY'S CALENDAR G Caledonian Daughters The Caledonian Daughters will meet this afternoon with Mrs. Stil ton on West McKinley street. Kights Templar Phoenix Commandery, number 13. Knights Temnjar. will confer the Tempi degree in the Masonic hall this' evening. 'A special invitation is extended to Sir Knights of other commanderies. Trinity Guild A meeting of Trinity guild w ill take place at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Meet Today The Hospital garment class of the Phoenix Woman's club will meet at 1:00 o'clock this afternoon at the Woman's club house. o 1 TOWN TOPICS -n LICENSED TO WED A marriage license was issued yesterday to Bruno Leon. 26, and Refugio Perez, 19, both of Glendale. SUNDAY SCHOOL The District Sunday school convention will have an all-day. meeting Sunday, February 10. at the Murphy school. A basket lunch will be served at noon. CONFEDERACY DAUGHTERS Robert E. Lee chapter, United Daugh ters of the Confederacy, will hold its regular monthly meeting at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon at the Woman's club. ARBOR DAY The Isaac Parent Teacher association will meet at 1:30 o'clock, when an Arbor Day program by the school children will be preceded by a talk by Mrs. Frank T. Alkire, a leading member of the Arizona Con gress of Mothers. ASKS DIVORCE Elton K. Weller. an American, yesterday instituted divorce proceedings against Mrs. Fran cisco Weller, his Mexican wife, on the ground of adultery. The couple were married in this city .Tulv 2, 1914. DIVORCE- GRANTED Judge Stan ford yesterday granted Dudley S. Lewis, a south side politician, a divorce from Mrs. Virginia Lew is on the ground ' of desertion. The defendant was re stored to her maiden name, Virginia Simpler. WEEKLY RECITAL Pupils from the piano, vocal, expression and j daicing departments will present the weekly recital at the Arizona School of Music Saturday afternoon at 2:30 ; o'clock. These recitals are open to the public. ..- , Phoenix Commandery No. 3, Knights Templar will confer the Templar Degree in the Masonic Hall. Special invitation is giv en to Sir Knights of other com manderies. (Signed) ' CYRIL. S. GILBERT, ' Emminent Commander. (Adv.) it VALLEY MACHINE WORKS 7th Ave. and Santa Fa Tracks Phono 1085 GENERAL MACHINE WORK E. S. WAKELIN GROCER CO. WHOLESALE . CONSTABLE ICE '& FUEL CO. Wood & Coal MAID S ARRIVAL IS BY" E IN r ' How wide-spread and firmly fastened are Teutonic tentacles upon this country was never mora strikingly shown than in a com munication received at this office yesterday. It consisted of a card announcing the birth of a daughter to the wife of a lieutenant in the American army sworn to assist in putting down the kaiser in order that the world may be made safe for democracy and that Prussran ism shall disappear from the face of the earth forever. That the lieu tenant meant it when he took tha oath and that he still means it there can be no doubt. And if he knew what, or all that card dis closed, he would no doubt ask to be interned as an enemy alien. The card is about the most ar tistic birth-card aver brought to the attention of the experts of this ' office. It is nearly square and of the finest possible quality of board, of an almost unmatchable delicate tint. Within a golden parallelogram there are throe storks, their duty having been discharged, happily winging their way homeward. The artistic touch appears again in the finely shaded wings, and the car mine bills and legs of the birds. ' Below is the blank form: "Arived It's a Girt". Weight is Further, there is a design of a cradle with a golden heart set in the headboard. Nothing in the printer's art could be more beau tiful and one looking at it only casually would feel his breast heave with pride at the degree to which the art preservative has been brought in America. But in the lower left hand cor ner of the reverse side of the card in almost imperceptible but none the less damning letters is the legend, "Made in Germany." ELLINWOOD HERE E. E. Ellin wood, chief counsel for the Copper Queen at Bisbee, is in Phoenix for a few davs and is stopping at the Hotel Adams. NEW CORPORATIONS Articles, of incorporation yesterday were filed at the offices of the state corpora tion commission by the following new concerns: Pawnee. Bill Oil com pany. Providence Cattle company. AT THE ADAMS John H. Metz, vice president of the Merchants Bank and Trust company of Tucson, is a guest at the, Hotel Adams. Mr. Metz is in Phoenix on a business trip and also to visit his brother. Phil Metz of Mesa. LETTERS ASKED E. O. Carlisle yesterday petitioned the superior court for letters of administration in the $900 estate of John Handl. who passed awav November 21, 1917. The hear ing will he. held before Judge Lyman at 1:30 o'clock February 18. FAILURE TO PROVIDE Charging desertion and failure to provide, Mrs. Mattie J. Jackson yesterday filed suit against George A. Jackson. The couple were married in Los Angeles in 1911 and lived together until May, 1916, when the wife claims her husband left her. NOT GUILTY J. , M. Smith was found not guilty when tried by a jury in . Justice De Souza's court yesterday for violating the speed law. Smith was 'charged with ex ceeding the speed limit on North Central avenue, the 'complaining wit ness being Don Johns. DANCE Tire dance given at the Woman's club building last evening by the Phoenix camp of United Spanish War Veterans and the Mary Brodie auxiliary was declared a great success both socially .nii f'.nancially. A large number was in attendance. The pro ceeds go to the relief fund. TERPSICHOREAN Fred Sigol. a young Russian. Was committed to the state hospital by Judge Stanford after an examination by physicians who de clared Sigol insane. The Russian, who is 28 years of age, is a religious fanatic and hig dancing and singing have not ceased for days. He has called frequently upon God to witness his performance. A CORRECTION In The Republi can's story yesterday morning of the arrest of G. A. Streitz and Richard Partham at the instance of the fed eral authorities it was stated that Mr. Streitz was a vice president of the National Bank of Arizona. That is an error. Mr. Streitz was formerly director of the bank but at present he has no official connection with it. BED IS NEEDED A small, frail widow and her two children are badly in need of a bedstead, mattress and bed clothes. Anyone having any. of these articles that they wish to give ma v notify J. W. Canning, supenn tendent of county charity work, phone 2304, 4r the board of supervisors, phone 4465. and some one will call for the articles. GIRL ARRIVES Word was re ceived here yesterday of the birth ii Los Angeles on Monday of a daugh ter to Lieutenant and Mrs. Lyle Ab hott. Mrs. Abbott before her mar riage was Miss Marjorie Milnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Milnes of Prescott. She has been making her home in California since Lieutenant Abbott received his com mission a few months ago. He is at present in Texas. . CALVARY MUSICAL One or the features at the Calvary Baptist church musical held at the Woman's club building Wednesday evening, was the performing of two piano solos by Acnes Griffin, a 12-year-old pupil of Franz Darvas. The little girl displayed a won derful technique in her brilliant ren dition of overture, "Poet Peasant," by F. Von Supper, and "The Witches' Dance." bv McDonald. MISSIONARY MEETING The mis sionary department of the Woman's union of the First Baptist church will hold their regular meeting in the church this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Subject will be "Our Mission Work in Africa." Mrs. A. Wingate w)ll be leader. Those in charge invite all the women of the congregation to attend i and bring a visitor twith them. NEW STORE Contracts were ! signed yesterday between Clinton Campbell and J. A. Cashion for the erection of a large new store building to be built at Cashion. The store is to be occupied by the McCalla Mercan tile company, a firm composed ot J. A. Cashion and M. H. McCalla, who have been operating a general mercan tile business at Cashion for past four ! years. The building of a new store was necessitated by a rapid growth of ' business. Several other buildings and ; improvements will also be made at i Cashion at the same time. I . o I See "The Fighting Heiress, the Girl From 'Frisco," a whirlwind of thrills this afternoon and tonight only at the Arizona Theater. Adv. It ' FOR STAGE SERVICE v ill sacrifice my seven passenger Chalmers. This car must be sold at once: car in first-class condition, ex i-ellent rubber. Fur particulars call Room 334, Hotel Jefferson. Adv. HERALDED MAD 1 Hungry for Extra Value? Take a look at the men's suits, we've dropped to $16.50 Value up to J35.0O. And an odd lot at . $12.50 We've also on sale shirts ' value up to .$3.50 $1.35 And also an odd lot of shirts that sold up to $2.00 for 75c Don't overlook this op portunity. McDougall & Cassou Washington Street VERY CAREFUL PRESCRIPTION WorV done by competent, registered licer tiatea In ' pharmacy. ELVEY & HULETT Quality Druggists Never Substitute Established Jan. 1, 1900 Phoenix Ph.nea: 4441. and 4411 - 1 OBITUARIES - -n Vernon C. Cook Funeral services for Vernon C. Cook will be held from the family residence, 118 North Third street. this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Dean William Scarlett will officiate. o No longer does milady plan to enter tain on a lavish scale, it being a mat ter of small account whether fifty or twice the number respond to her invi tation. No longer does she . say, "It will alright if you let me know at the last moment." In keeping with the times, she must know to the exact number so as to avoid any waste that might otherwise arise. The Woman's club will carry out this Idea of conservation at its Good Fel lowship luncheon on February 19. Mrs. W. W. McNeff. nresident of the club stated lasf evening that only those securing tickets at the Tuesday club meeting or on the following Friday could attend the luncheon for the num ber of plates would correspond with the number of luncheon tickets given out by Mrs. Ralph Camenon. Mrs. Cam- ferou can be reached at the clubhouse on both the dates announced-. o - St. Mary's school - defeated the Adams school yesterday afternoon in a game of baseball played on the Polk street grounds by the score of 7 to 1. St. Mary's School McElroy, lb; Hickey, rf: Munch, 3b; G. Hickey, as and p: Ferra, cf; Hoyce, ss and p; Altermatt, c; Scott, 2b. Adama School Melbowme, c; Floyd, p; Palmer, lb; Heonards. 2b; Fred, ss; Vernon, 3b; Melvin, If; Leo, sf; Jesus, rf. OF "War vegetable gardens and the home storage of vegetables," is the title of a1 pamphlet Just received by the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce. These pamphlets are published by the Na tional Emergency food garden com mission. The work in this city co opearting with this commission will be handled through the director of school gardens. It will be remembered that Lysander Cassidy, former director of the chamber of commerce, has offered substantial prizes in. garden work, and the hoys in the grammar schools of the city im doing splendid work in their It gardens HI si m is in he mnnw GARDEN APPLES! APPLES! APPLES! The most healthful fruit God ever made to grow. We have stocked heavily and must sell. All moun tain apples. All fine varieties. All in good condition. Buy them by the box and save money. Carry 'em away at $1.75 Per Box. 4 lbs, for 25c City Hall Market, 121 E. Jefferson I 1 AY N This is Arbor day tn Southern Ari zona, and an ideal day for the planting of trees. There will be exercises in a number of the schools of the county. sineinir and planting of trees being a feature of these exercises. The Parent Teachers association will have charge of the most of the school exercises. In a business way about the only ob servance in Phoenix will be the closing of the banks. Stores will remain open and business will be trasacted as usual. Arbor day in northern Arizona, will be held 'one day next month. o Here is an offer in which it is de clared he who accepts cannot possibly get the worst of the deal. Mrs. R. M. De Gex of 801 South Sec ond avenue has a gentle driving horse which she actually wants to give aw She makes but one provision, and that is that the horse be given a good home. He must be furnished with plenty to ! eat, and must have warm quarters, j His future master must be kind and 1 must not mistreat the animal. I The horse has been trained to do a number of tricks, it is declared, and is j a very desirable acquisition for any one who has use for him. i Mrs. De Gox's telephone is 8939. IS I Mrs. C. Carnapas, who with her hus band, a Greek professor, lives north of Phoenix, -will, aided by the stereopti con, give a lecture on Wednesday eve ning. February 20. at the Presbyterian church in Phoenix on the subject of "Palestine," which is so much in the i public eye at present on account of its ! recent occupation by the British. Mrs. Carnapas was for three years i a teacher in a mission school in Pales- j tine and will deliver the lecture in j native costume. No admission will be charged, but there will be a free-will offering, the proceeds of the lecture to be devoted to the Syrian relief fund. 1 -U Local Produce Market Dealers are. still paying-50 cents for fresh ranch eggs although all indica tions point to a lowering of the price. The price has already dropped on Cali fornia, markets. Two carloads of potatoes are ex pected to arrive from Stockton, Cal., this morning. Potatoes are experienc ing a slight drop in price. Dealers are Paying IIN m "J rora To : Ranch eggs ..$ .50 $ ... Butter 45 .11 Hens .11 Fryera 24 .15 F.tcrlta 2.50 :.75 Turkeys, pound ' .21 Milo maize 2.2 Lit Kaffir corn 2.59 2.7S Wheat 3.JS Barley 2.(0 Alfalfa. 25.00 1S.00 Retail Sailing Pricaa ; Eggs .55 .(0 I Fryers .14 Hen .31 Turkey! ., .18 Butter ii .(i Sugar, S lba , l.o M9 Flour, 24-lb. sack 1.75 2 II Applet, 2 to 4 lba 25 Applet, box 2.2i S.Of Bell peppera H Sweat potatoea, 3 lba. .. .25 Oranges, dozen 40 .it Oranges, bo 4.50 5.71 Lemon., dozen .35 Lemons, box (.00 t it Grape fruit, box J.60 1.76 Grap fruit, 3 for .25 Bunch vegetables, 2 for,. .05 Cabbage . Turnips, hunch , .l Celery, bunch ,j Lettuce, per head .01 Dry onion, lb i ... Potatoea, 7 lba. for 25 String beana, lb -.20 Tomatoes, lb 10 .15 Egg plant, lb..... 18 Bananas, .3 lbs. for : Almonds, lb it WalnuU 3 Cauliflower u Cucumbers, each 25 Pineapples, pound ..... 20 Brussels sprouts, lb. .... .15 ... Salsify, 2 bunchea .15 Parsnips, S lba .25 ... Seed Potatoea, cwt. 1.75 Tangerine., S lbs. for 25 Oregon potatoes, cwt. .. 2.50 ... Chestnuti, lb so Rhubarb, 2 lba 25 ... Brazil nuts, lb. 25 ... Feijoa, .lb 15 .. . Cocoanuta. each .15 ... Peanuts, lb .30 ... Green peaa, 2 lbs St ... Pumpkin, lb .04 Hubbard squash, lb 05 ... Dried sweet corn, lb. .... .25 Filberts, lb 30 Eastern popcorn, lb 25 Artichokes, each ......... .39 , Strawberries, box .20 Water cress, bunch ..... .10 New potatoes lb 12 W TO REAL ESTATE DEALERS My property is sold. L. C. March. Adv. bs o GRAFIXB The greatest tonic after shaving. Gentlemen try it. "Once tried, always used." Sold by leading depart ment and drug stores. Adv. bs o I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of city commis sioner of the City of Phoenix, subject to ratification by the voters of the City at the primary election to be held March 1st. I am against bootlegging, gambling or police protected vice of any kind. 1 stand for an honest, effi cient, and economical administration of the city's business. J. A. R. IRVINE (Adv.) p o . NOTICE The adjourned annual meeting of the stockholders of the Union Stock Yards Company will be held in I'hoenix, Ari zona, on Saturday, February 9, 1918, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the Water Users St. Joseph's Training School FOR NURSES offers a three years ''course to women who wish to outer the nursing profession. Favorable applicants must meet the requirements of good health, of age 20-35, of good moral character, having had one year of high school instruction, or its educational equiva lent. The school catalog and blanks will be sent on ap plieation.to the SUPERINTENDENT OF NURSES Fourth and Polk Sts. Phoenix, Ariz. Golden State Practically means Through Pullman Service TO KANSAS CITY ST. LOUIS CHICAGO You anly have to step from one car to another after breakfast in order to avail yourself of the splendid accommodations offered by the Finest Train in Trans-Continental Service Ask vour agent for reservations, or address, GARNETT KING, General Passenger Agent, . EL PASO TEXAS FORCED from my New and Larger Quarters Second Ave. and Van Buren St. Phone 1201 FRED 1. HART'S GARAGE Formerly Chalmers Garage There's a Reason LARGE STOCKS WELL Riveted Steel and WESTERN PIPE AND Lea Angeles WOOD PHONE ORDERS 1331 ... ... .15 Bldg. for the purpose of electing a board of directors, and for the trans act ion of such other business as mar properly come before the meeting. Urgent business requires that a quori um be present. UNION STOCK YARDS CO.. By E. E. JACK. Secretary, Glendale, R. 1, STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING OFFICE OF UNION OIL COMPAN.T OF ARIZONA Phoenix, Arizona, February 7, 191. Please take notice that, in accord ance with the by-laws of th. cor-, poration. the AnniBl Meeting of Stockholders of tha Union Oil Com pany of Arizona will be held at it principal place of business, Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, on Thurs day, February 21, 1918. at 2:00 o'clock: p. m., for the election of Directors and for the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting. JOHN McPEAK. Secretary. Pullman Service recently Inaugurated between PHOENIX and DOUGLAS in connection wltn Limited TO MOVE! old shop to CASING Surface Irrigation Pip. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY STEEL CO. OF CALIF. San Francite.