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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1918 CONSULT US NOW I and lavt jour eyes, add to 70a, eye comlort. Northrup Optical Co. I East Adame St Fbcne 693 (or appointment WATER REPORT FOR MARCH 16 Elevation of water in reser voir at 6 a. m 198.06 Contents acre feet 951.440 Gain in acre feet 8,201 Elevation of water in reser voir one year ago 217.45 Contents, acre feet, year ago. .1,242,781 Normal flow, M. I flood Normal flow, M. I. same date in 1917 ' Flood 0 . WEATHER FORECAST YALE DENTAL CO. Dr. R. M. Dunlap St our prices first. All work guar Led. Phono 1918 21 E. Washington St Ovor Donof'io's Republican A. P. Leased Wire Arizona-r-Sunday and Monday fair. Not much change in temperature. Colorado Sunday and Monday fair. Not much change in temperature. New Mexico Sunday fair, warmer east portion. . Monday fair. Texasb Sunday generally fair, slowly rising Vmperatures; Monday fair, warmer. Southern California Fair. o WEATHER REPORT hotel yesterday was Hartley Green of Pasadena. H. C. Render, who has been spend ing several weeks in the city, left. for his home in New York city last ev ening. J. P. Hutcheson was a passenger on last evening's train for Los Angeles where he went on a business trip. J. C. Hill boarded last evening's train for Blytheville, Ark. O. M. Previtt, a well known rancher of Avondale. came in ,to spend Sunday in Phoenix. He is registered at the Jefferson hotel. o 1 .5 52 Good light work team for Scllc Phx. Wood & Coal Co. Phone 1235 Stations 3 ? - c o 3 o s TOWN TOPICS 1 Boston 35 ;so ! Chicago .-.46 48 ! T.-1., anintP A A A t loamaiL . 1-, ,1 Fresno 76 76 Los. Angeles . ...80 82 Minneapolis . ....48 54 Needles 76 76 New Orleans 56 60 New York 44 46 Oklahoma 54 5S PHOENIX . 72 74 St. Louis 4 8 50 San Diego 72 76 San Francisco . .66 68 Spokane 56 60 Tucson.. . 64 66 Washington . . ..48 56 Yuma 78 80 Phoenix Seed and Feed Co. Wholesale and Retail 125 East Jefferson St. The Watch thePeopleWant IT'S the new jeweled Inger soll Waterbury. In the first place it's the size that's so much wanted the popular "12 size". Then the whole "get-up" 5s stylish, up-to-the minute in all particulars. Note the grace ful bow and crown and the figures on the dial. And with jewels at the points of greatest friction, it's accu rate; yet it is sturdy, too like other Ingersolls. You can also have it with a ' Radiolite dial that shows time in the dark at $4. MOTORCYCLE PCUVf.RY-tl MltMUl Clear Clear Clear Cloudy. Pt. Cldy Clear. Pt. Cldy Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Clear Pt. Cldy Cloudy Cloudy Clear Clear Clear .01 Local Weather Yesterday 6 a.m. 6 p. m. Temperature, degrees .... 05 72 Temperature of evaporation 42 48 Humidity, per cent 31 11 Wind direction :.. E SE Wind velocity, miles 10 10 Rainfall 0 0 eWather Clear Clear Highest temperature . .' 74 Lowest temperature 54 Total rainfall 0 Excess in temperature yesterday, 6 degrees. Excess in temperature since the first of the month, 47 degrees. Accumulated excess in temperature since January 1, 52 degrees. Normal precipitation January 1 to date, 2.19 inches. Actual precipitation January 1 to date, 1.80 inches. Accumulated deficiency since Jan uary 1, .39 inches. ROBERT Q. GRANT. o n PERSONAL MENTION L. V. Blackmon, is a business visitor from Ajo. He is registered at the Jef ferson hotel. J. P. Ford of El Paso is in the city while attending to business interests in the valley. He is a guest at the Commercial hotel. M. J. Lawler came down from Pres cot yesterday and is a guest at the Jefferson hotel. A. L. Hure of Bisbee is stopping at the Commercial hotel while attending to business in the valley. J. C. Harley left for Brawley, Cali fornia, last evening. n Mrs. P. J. Fraley of Prescott ar rived in the city yesteray to spend the week-end. She is registered at the Jefferson hotel. J. W. Brown of St. Johns is a busi ness visitor to Phoenix. He is a guest at the Hotel Adams. J. A. Campbell, a well known cattle man of the state came in from Sonora yesterday and registered at the Jefter- son hotel. Among the business visitors to Phoe nix who arrived at the Commercial Get the Money you need from us, today. Loam easy to get on your furniture, piano, automobile, livestock, etc.. up to $150.00. Easy repayment plan. Reasonable rates. Ample funds. Courteous treatment. Strictly con fidential. WE ALSO BUT NOTES Mutual Loan Co. 1500 Grand Ave. Phone 139 Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. GUARANTEED TITLES Phoenix Title & Trutt Co. Our eyes are open to dis cover defects in yours, if you -will give us the oppor tunity. HEGE & CO. Jewelers & Opticians 10 West Washington St. CONSTABLE ICE & FUEL CO. Wood & Coal All that's best in INDIAN GOODS Graves' Indian Shop 33 West Adams v For DRUNKENNESS ;s in In No sicltneM, no publicity. Ladies treaiea privately In their own homes. Send for THE KEELEY INSTITUTE l Arn 111 . Los AntlM VALLEY MACHINE WORKS 7th Ave. and Santa Fe Track Phone 1085 GENERAL MACHINE WORK "SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE" . Mel Fickas INSURANCE SURETY BONDS BAH Al MEETING There will be a Bahai meeting at 810 North fif teenth avenue this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interested persons lare in vited, by those in charge. HOUSE GUESTS Miss Gertrude Clark land Miss Genevieve Nave of Tucson are the guests of Mrs. A. K. Gatter. WEEK-END AT PRISON Gov ernor Hunt went to Florence yester day afternoon for an over-Sunday visit at the state prison. He will return Monday. , WASHINGTON WOMEN TO MEET The Washington Woman's club will hold a community evening Tuesday night. Mrs. H- C. Lockett will sing a selection of songs and Miss Elliott will accompany her with t piano. TO JOIN ARMY L. H,.McPadden left for his home in Gringo, Texas, last evening and after a short visit there will join the United States army. ON BUSINESS TRIP Joe E. Rich ards, owner and manager of the Hip theater, was a passenger on lrast evening's train for Los Angeles where he went on a business trip. COAST TRIP S. Oberfelder, cash ier of the Arizona National bank, boarded last evening's train for San Francisco and other coast points, where he will attend to business in terests. FROM WASHINGTON J. A. Rountree, secretary of the United States Good Roads association, Wash ington, D. C, is a business visitor to Phoenix. He is a guest at . the Jef ferson hotel. SUPERINTENDENT HERE G. E. Cornelius, superintendent "of city schools of Winslow, (arrived in the city yesterday to look after business interests during the next few days. He is registered at the Commercial hotel. RETURN HOME Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Smithers, who have been spending the winter in the valley, boarded last evening's Southern Pa cific train for their home in Ashville, North Carolina. WILL GIVE DANCE The Red Crown Thrift club, whichr is com posed of local employes of the Stand ard Oil company, will give a St. Patrick's dance at the W'omans' club Monday evening. Dancing will begin at 8:30 o'clock. The proceeds of the affair will be used for the purchase of thrift stamps. ALLEGED BOOTLEGGERS Harry Moore, Charlie Webb and Oscar Peet, alleged bootleggers who were tiaken jnto custody nday evening, were arraigned before Justice De. Souza yesterday, who set their preliminary hearing for 10 o'clock Thursday morning. Their bond was placed in the sum of $500 each. LICENSED TO WED Marriage li censes were issued yesterday to Wil liam Anderson, 41, Phoenix, and Mathilde M. Howard, 24, Maricopa; Andelio Nunes, 54, Glendale land Reta Alday, 30, Glendale; Chris C. Bayless, 30, Peoria and Gladys Bell, 18, Phoe nix; Alfred Heckle, 25, Flagstaff and Caroline Walker, 25, Albuquerque. WIFE FILES CHARGE Charging failure to provide, , Mrs. Miadge Tucker yesterday filed a divoroe com plaint in the superior court against Charles Edwin Tucker. Mrs. Tucker asks for the custody of their' 3-year old son, Ralph, and $30 a month for his maintenance. The couple were married in JKokomn. March, 1914. IN NURSE CORPS Mrs. Bertha F. Mears, who has been holdin position at the Sisters' hospital, Hotel Dieu, El Paso, ' Texas, for the past year, has returned to Phoenix to await her assignment in the larmy nurse corps. Mrs. Mears will be at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Higginbotham while in the city. OFF FOR SUMMER The first Phoenician out of Phoenix for the summer is Sam N. Seip who will leave for the coast . tonight. The cause of his departure at this time is the illness of Mrs. Seip who has been on the ' coast for some time. Mr. Seip will drive -across, accom panied by his daughter. He does not expect to return to Phoenix be fore' October 1. - - ANNUAL VISIT Beginning Mon day, the members of the state tax commission will start on their an nual visit to the different counties of the state for the purpose of look ing over the assessment rolls, con ferring with the county treasurers and inspecting mining and other large properties of the various coun ties. . The first visit will be made to Pinal county, where four or five davs will be spent. SHOWS RECEIPT C. . A. Barn grover, who is alleged to have stolen ia rnimp which he sold to a junk dealer, denied " the petty larceny charge when he appeared before Jus tice De Souza yesterday. He de clared that he bought the pump from a Mexican and exhibited a receipt. He will be given his preliminary examination at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning. N. P. McCallum who claims the property will testify at the hearing. R. L. LITTLE Inquiry has been made in Phoenix regarding the whereabouts, if living, of R. L. Lit tle. The inquiry - comes from his sister, who says R. L. Little came to Phoenix about three land one-half years ago, in poor health. Not hav ing heard from him for some time she is anxious to hear from some one that knows regaring him and his present state of health. She asks that she be notified by addressing her, Maude Jones, care of Belview Grocery store. Augusta, Kansas. GAMEWELL BROWN HERE A. L. Brown, coast representative of the Giftnewell Fire Alarm company, who worked out the plans for the installa tion of the present system in this city, is a business visitor here just now. He arrived a day or two ago and is re newing acquaintances in the fire de partment and is also inspecting the system. He still maintains that Phoe nix has the best and most adequate fire alarm system of any city the same size- in the countrv. SHOOT AT SPEEDSTER Early yesterday morning occupants of rooms in the Jefferson and Commercial Hotels were roused from their slumb ers by the sound of three revolver shots ringing out clear in the night air. Windows were thrown up and heads and shoulders appeared on all sides. Down the street dashed a Hud son speedster, while two policemen were firing in the direction of the car. Policemen Sowles and Broyies had en deavored to stop the machine as it raced along the street. The driver in stead of stopping attempted to run the officers down. When he missed them and passed on they drew their guns. i-ach of the three bullets sent m the direction of the auto are believed to have struck the back of the car. ONIONS AND GARLIC Captain David Mercer, of Central Fire Station has planted a small war garden in the yard of his home. Among other vege tables he is endeavoring to grow are onions. Recently a friend gave him some very promising sprouts and Mer cer set them out. Yesterday they had progressed to the point where they were ready for the table. A neat bunch of the vegetables was picked and dressed and Mercer set about to en joy his onions. Shortly after he had taken the first generous bite things began to happen. It was then he dis covered he had been growing garlic. All of yesterday afternoon and last evening Mercer kept at a respectful distance from his men at Central sta tion. 0- All the beautiful furniture in the Rogers-Peet buy their woolen "bv the mile!" - These days it's a power ful help, especially when it . comes to keeping dowrn the cost of produc tion without sacrificing Quality. . That's just one of the big advantages of hand ling Rogers-Peet clothes -Prices always fair. Shoes, hats and fixing of the same high quality McDougall & Cassou Washington Street home of Mrs. P. Coit Myers wi.l be sold at public auction Wednesday. March 20th, 1:30 P. M. sharp. Don't miss this sale. Adv. ds 0 OBITUARIES - Be Thrifty Buy Colorite and Wonder Hat Dye for straw hats. TINTEX for shirtwaist coloring and do you, other trading at our store. All Loop Cars Stop at the Sun Corner PI3nu Wfefe HALP POUND, ONE POUND TWO POUND BOXES ALWAYS 1F1ESI2 l I -4 rjf The Postoffice Is Opposite " JE? A I tl II Free Motorcycle Delivery I OOU xv' v TELEPHONES J) Easter jjj J Message Cj 1 John Turner Perry Funeral services for John Turner Perry who passed away at The home of his father. R. E. Perry, one-half mile east of Alhambra, Friday, will be held at the Baptist church, corner of Third AA'enue and Monroe street Monday morning at eleven o'clock. Burial will be made in Greenwood cemetery. Comrade Kendal of G. A. R. Comrade Kendal of the G. A. R. will be buried . Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The ceremony will take place at the Maus chapel, 311 North First avenue. The organization requests the presence of all members. o The correct proportion of gasoline tor a perfect fuel mixture is .07 of a pound of gas to a pound of dry air. It is possible" to operate on a mixture containing as much as .12 of a pound of gas to the pound of dry air, which is nearly twice as much gasoline as is needed. This wide range of mixture Elvey & Hulett Quality Druggists, never substitute Phone 4441 Phoenix strength constitutes the greatest fac tor in wastage of gasoline. The ma jority of car owners run more nearly at the maximum strength than at the minimum, which would give them bet ter results. They ' are using nearly twice as much fuel as there is any need for. Think it over. o Refer to the auction column, if you are in the market for fine fur niture. The sale will be Wednesday 1:30 P. M., McDowell Road land old Cross Cut Canal. Adv. ds lessage Our delightful new hats, with their ever refreshing note of Spring, breathe the spirit of Easter and bring gladness and joy to every woman who sees them. Make us a visit. Remodeling done to give satisfac tion. HAMON Business Conducted by MRS. MEL FICKAS 17 North First Ave. Phoenix, Arizona Arizona School of Music (14th Year) Offers unexcelled oppor tunities for the studv of all branches of i Music Expression Dancing at low rates of tuition Phone 1009 29 W. Adams Tri-Court Record Reporter A daily report of filings in COUNTY RECORDER'S OFFICE U. S. DISTRICT COURT STATE SUPREME COURT SUPERIOR COURT JUSTICE COURT Compiled by expert Searchers L. D. HI ATT ZOE M. HIATT Phone 8vS E. S. WAKELIN GROCER CO. WttOL&AL WALRUS SODA FOUNTAINS' "i CARBONATORS AND STORE FIXTURES Everything in Equipment for the SODA FOUNTAIN, . BILLARD ROOM AND HOTEL Southwestern Brokerage Co. Phone 1504 115 N. Second, Ave., Phoenix, Arii Did you ever try sending your watch, to the black smith shop when in need of cleaning? V Where do your clothes go to be cleaned? They both cost money. Think it over. Where Do You Buy Your Groceries VD On South First Avenue, out of the high-rent district. the Grocerette is operating on the modern principle oi economy, we nave no aeres, no pnones, no deliv ery, no credit and no losses. But these are not the only reasons why you should buy at 19 South First Avenue. We sell exclusively goods of high quality, and so you have the savings offered by the Grocerette plan and the quality of merchandise offered only by the best stores. Remember the address and come direct to - -The Grocerette Hatch Chicks That live and Grow SOLD BY ARIZONA SEED AND FLORAL CO. 28 South Central The Self-Serve Grocery with Goods of Quality 19 SOUTH FIRST AVENUE Just Back of Wetzler's Grocery Phone 1896 Special St. Patrick': Day Brick Ice cream Shamrock center-. TODAY Delivered to vour home at 11:30 A. M. 2:30 P. M., 5:30 T. AL. Enough to serve 8 people, DONOFRIO'S Phone 4301. 21 E. Washington St. AWN There is nothing helps the looks tf a place as much as a nicely trimmed lawn. "We have lawn mowers with 14- and 16-inch cut, high and low wheels, four and five knives. It's a pleasure to' show you. The 0. S. Stapley Co., Inc. Phoenix Five Points Mesa Flexible Arcii Support No metal. Frice $2.50 per pair. . AH sizes for sale by SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY 29-31 E. Adama St.