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1'ILE AK1Z0XA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MOEXIXG, APRIL 2, 1918 CONSULT US NOW and save jour ryes, add rye comfort to your Northrup Optical Co.' 9 East Adams St. Phone 690 for appointment WATER REPORT FOR APRIL 1. Elevation of water in reservoir at 6 a. ni 200.81 Contents ,acre feet 990,451 Lofs in acre feet 000 Elevation of water in reservoir one year ago 21S.6S Contents, acre feet, year ago. .1,262,631 Normal flow, M. I Flood I Normal flow, M. I., same date ! in 1917 Flood WEATHER FORECAST YALE DENTAL CO. Dr. R. M. Dunlap Get our prices first. All work guaran teed Phone 1913 21 E. Wasl Over Donofrio'e Arizona Tuesday partly cloudy with fresh to strong westerly winds. Wednesday unsettled. West Texas Tuesday fair, colder in north portion; Wednesday fair. Colorado Tuesday cloudy, probably rain or snow central portion; much colder east portion; fresh to strong shifting winds. Wednesday unsettled. 'tw Mexico Tuesday partly cloudy, fresh to strong westerly winds. Wed nesday unsettled; colder east portion. WEATHER REPORT Prompt Courteous Service At 3 5 -a "? m . J? 3 o S Stationl 3 . s I ; Huston 58- 76 Clear 'Chicago 48 50 Clear .28 Denver. :.64 66 lt. Cldy ... '.ies Moines 72 74 Clear iVgstaff 54 58 Clear i'l.Vno 76 76 Clear i Galveston 72 76 Clear Kansas City 76 78 Clear ! Los Angeles 5S . 60 Cloudy Minneapolis .. ..56 56 Clear j Needles S6 t$ Clear New Orleans 70 7S Rain .32 New York 66 70 Pt. Cldy : Oklahoma 82 82 Clear ; PHOENIX 83 85 Clear Roswell 78 78 Clear St. Louis 72 72 Pt. Cldy .08 : San Diego .. . 58 62 Cloudy i San Francisco ....56 62 Clear Tucson 76 SO Clear Washington .. ..68 74 Pt. Cldy ... Winnepeg 20 26 Snow Yuma .. '.86 88 Clear LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY riOTORCVCLE DCUVrRY-llT AyctUKnJ 6 a.m. 6 p.m. Good light work team for sale. Piix. Wood & Coal Co. Phone 1235 Temperature, degrees 57 Temperature of evaporation 47 Humidity, per cent , 45 ' Wind direction E Wind velocity, miles 7 Rainfall 0 Weather Clear Clea Highest temperature 85 Lowest temperature 56 Total rainfall 0 i Excess in temperature yesterday, 6 degrees. Excess in temperature since the first of the month, 6 degrees. Accumulated excess in temperature ; since January 1, 74 degrees. Normal precipitation January I date, 2.36 inches, i Actual precipitation January date. inches. 1 to 1 to Accumulated excess in rainfall since January 1, .16 inch. ROBERT Q. GRAXT. - Phoenix Seed and Feed Co. Wholesale and Retail 125 East Jefferson St. CONSTABLE ICE FUEL CO. Wood & Coal n TODAY'S CALENDAR! - rj Spanish-American War Veterans The regular meeting of Phoenix Camp No. 1, United Spanish War Vet erans, will be held at Elks hall Tues day evening, April 2, 1918, at 8 o'clock p. m. As business of importance, in cluding arangements for the proper and patriotic observance of Decoration day, will be considered, a full attend ance is urgently requested. Con P. Cionin, Adjutant. By order of Cap tain .1. L. B. Alexander, Camp Commander. - OBITUARIES ASA GRANDE VALLEY Near Toltec DEEDED LANDS So acres ready for crop, good well, 42 J I. I. Commercial engine, good pump, 7,10 gallons ' $4,800.00 '.60 cleared and level, good house, do mestic well and pump $2,400.00 320 acres, no better -.$5,600.00 160 acres, right at station $3,600.00 Mrs. Elizabeth N. Taylor Mrs. Elizabeth X. Taylor, aged 55 years, passed away at her home at 2138 West Monroe street yesterday ! morning. She is survived by a hus band and one daughter, Mrs. Hurst of Ray, who has been attending her mother during her illness. The fu neral will take place this morning at 10:30 o'clock at the Moore and Mc Lellan chapel. Rev. W. S. Buchanan will officiate. Burial will be in the Greenwood cemetery. o . 1 TOWN TOPICS The board of approved the NOTARY'S BOND- supervisors .yesterday notary bond of valle Senteney. VIOLATE SPEED LAW W. T. El- Every one of these are (splendid values, 1 llson and G. A. Dobson were fined o'clock in the Christian church of Tol leson. TEMPE GIRL GOES EAST Miss Nellie Frank of Tempe left last even ing for Camp Grant. Ilinois. She will later visit Chicago, St. Louis and other eastern points before returning to her home in Tempe. COUNTY rUNDS Maricopa com. ty's treasury contains $323,475.37. This amount was checked up by the board of supervisors and the county at torney and was announced officially as the amount in the treasury at the quarter ending March 31. LEAVE FOR COAST Neil Mc Carthy, former Phoenician and now a well known member of the Los Ange les bar, and Mrs. McCarthy, returned to the coast last evening after a week-end in Phoenix. NEW CORPORATIONS Articles of incorporation yesterday were filed in the offices of the state corporation commission by the following: Blue Ridge Hoboken Railroad company, Crown King Stores company, Mollie Gibson Oil and Mining company. CAR RECOVERED The Hudson super-six belonging to Leo Elweli, which was stolen late Saturday night, was recovered by the sheriff's of fice yesterday morning this side of Mesa. The car had sprung a leak and was abandoned bv the thieves. LICENSED TO WED Marriage li censes were issued yesterday to Ed win R. Powell, 25, Phoenix and Ruth M. Bandy, 19, Phoenix; Oscar R. Buckalew, 29, Miami and Myra C. Sawyer, 30, Denver; Felipe Corales, 30, Phoenix and Minnie Ochoa, 22, Phoenix. ATTENTION 0. E. S. Auxiliary Phoenix Chapter number five will en tertain informally Thursday evening, April 4, with dancing and cards. Each member is entitled to invite one guest. All members Order of Eastern Star are cordially invited to attend by those in charge of the affair. WOULD EXTEND LINE The ap plication of the Verde Tunnel and Smelter Railroad company for per mission to issue $600,000 in capital stock was filed yesterday with the state corporation commission. It is stated that the proceeds are to be used in constructing four miles of additional track. SPANISH DANCE Alianze Hispano Americano, lodge number nine, will give a dance this evening in Patrick's hall which promises to be a notable event in Spanish speaking circles. The lodge has a notabtejjrembership here and is making big plans for this social event. FROM CONVENTION Mark Dun bar, chief clerk of the incorporating department of the state corporation commission, returned from Chicago yesterday, where he attended a con vention of similar officials from all states, where plans were made for conformity of all "Blue Sky" laws. TO VALUE MINE C. M. Zander, chairman of the state tax commission, left Phoenix last night for Yuma where on Wednesday a hearing will be held to determine the valuation of the Swansea mine for assessment purposes for 1918. This mine is said to be rapidly developing and will soon become one of the producing mines of the state. SCHOOLS HELP WORK Mrs. J. A. Rogers of the Red Cross maga zine and newspaper depot is in re ceipt of nine and one-half pounds of tin and lead foil from the Adams school; four pounds from the Cath olic auxiliary of the Red Cross and three pounds from the Douglas school. The Creighton school contributed a number of newspapers and maga zines. PREVIEW OF FILM The manage ment of the Hip theater will give a special preview at 10 o'clock this morning' of "The Kaiser" to the State Council of Defense, the Lib erty Loan committee and other pa triotic organizations and representa tives of the press. An inkling as to the type of picture is contained in Art Rick's advance press notices in which mention was made of the coming of "The Beast of Berlin." o rhoenix, Ariz., April 1, 1918. ' Following is a Resolution of Con dolence to our fellow employe and foreman, Robert Taylor, as adopted at a meeting of the employes of the Santa Fe railroad at Phoenix: Individual words of condolence and deeds of kindness are but multiple pain to one suffering, from a great loss, such as you have just sustained. Therefore, we, the employes or your department tn meeting assembled, express our heart felt sympathy in your recent be reavement and hope that you and yours will find some consolation in the fact that life on this earth is only a so journ, with an opportunity to reap the benefits of our good deeds here, in a better world. Though we miss our dear departed one and cannot abstain from grief, yet we know they have gone where sick ness and sorrow is unknown and only await our coming when our duties on earth have ended. (Signed) Employes of Santa Fe rail road at Phoenix. SUB WITNESSES TELL IF AGT IF III. fill 0 and are alright in every way. I will be at Annex Hotel, rhoenix, Tuesday, AVednoeday and Thursday, April 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. C. S. SMITH. E. S. WAKELIN GROCER CO. WHOLESALE $10 each by Justice Wheeler yester day afternoon for violating the speed ac'. W. D. M. MEETING There will be a meeting of the C. W. D. M. of Tolleson, Wednesday afternoon, at 2:30 WANTED A young man for work in our col lection department. Permanent posi tion. Boy must be a hustler, healthy, and willing worker. Apply at the of fice of The Arizona Republican. Adv. k VALLEY MACHINE WORKS 7th Ave, and Santa Fe Tracks Phone 1085 GENERAL MACHINE WORK Get the Money you need from us, today. Loans easy to set on your furniture, piano, automobile, livestock, etc. up to $160.00. Easy repayment plan Reasonable rates. Ample fund, Courteous treatment. Strictly con fidential. WE ALSO BUT NOTES Mutual Loan Co. 100 Grand Ave. Phone 13M Office hours S a. m. to t p. m. GUARANTEED TITLES Phoenix Title A Trut Co. The Water Users'" Election Today is a particularly important event to the members of the asso ciation and to this community, and especially to every BUSINESS MAN IN PHOENIX. Not only will the regular election of officers be held but the Association will pass on the question whether or not it will participate in the building of the Verde dam, and surely this is a conclusion of vital interest to every rancher under the project. An expression of one hundred per cent of the members is impossible but an expression that approximates one hun dred per cent is not impossible. At this time in the world's history we also serve who give " attention to public necessities at home. We are good sol diers to the extent that we meet our obligations as citizens, and the exercise of th riaht of franchise i one of "" obligations. . An inspection of the register discloses the fact that over five hundred shareholders whose names are on the Register re side in Phoenix; as the Water Users' office will be very busy I have employed a competent clerk who, on your re quest, will cheerfully advise you as to your voting place and register number. Telephone 1821. Frank H. Parker Candidate for President The first day of the trial .of Dr. Rosa Boido, charged with performing a criminal operation on Dora Juhl, progressed slowly, only two witnesses being called. That it will require several days in the hearing was the statement made by County Attorney L. M. Laney, who intimated that he would call a number of witnesses, before the state rested. . , Judge Stanford's court room held an unusually large crowd and addi tional chairs were placed in the aisles for the women attracted by curiosity or some interest that can not be understood after hearing the testi mony. Even when the prosecuting witness took the stand and went into the details of the operation in her calm, unashamed manner they re mained. Minors were excluded and witnesses were placed under rule, and still the room remained congested, many standing during the long rt cital. It looked for a time yesterday morning as if there would be somf difficulty in securing a jury. Five of the first few veniremen to be ex amined declared that they had fixed opinions and were dismissed from the jury box. There were amonj; the number, men used to jury duty, who sat in recent cases. Those ex cused were Luther McDonald, W. J. Burns. S. D. Tuttle, Hans Hansen and William E. Thomas. Although George A. Mintz had heard the eas freely discussed and had half-formed an opinion, he stated that he could try the case impartially and his name was not scratched by the county at torney nor AV. L. 'Barnum and Ben Goodrich for the defense. Besides Mr. Mintz those serving are J. M. Cochrane, C. E. Clifford, J. L. Gant, G. J. Deal, C. C. McEwen, L. Matting ly, Frank Pinkcrton, D. A. Parks, li. H. Van Spanckeren, W. X. Bates and Frank Sheets. The county attorney in his opening statement told, of the relations ex isting between Dora Juhl, a minor, and Louis Schlicker, a soda dispense at a local candy shop. He said that he would attempt to prove that last fall, when Dora discovered the con dition she was in, she went to Dr. Boido for an examination and when she discovered her surmise was cor rect she inquired the price of the operation and learned it would be $30. She reported to her lover, who sent her to Dr. Coit Hughes for ex amination and upon his diagnosing her case she again went to Schlicker and they decided to have Dr. Boido operate. Some time later she went to the Twilight Sleep hospital, con tinued the county atorney and learned that the wait had advanced the price to $100. The girl's entrance to the hospital and the subsequent arrest of Dr. Boido were gone into by the state. The Juhl girl, who gave her age as 15 and looks fully 10 years older, testified to meeting Schlicker when they were employed at the same con fectioner's last summer. They knew each other three weeks before she went to Prescott, but their relations had already begun and were resumed when she came back in the autumn. She testified to the arrangements she made before her entrance info the hospital which bore out the county attorney's statement. She told of going to bed on a certain evening in early February' and the following morning a hypodermic was adminis tered by Dr. Boido, who she alleged, said it "would fix her up." She re mained there a few days when the arrest was made and then she was removed to St. Mary's hospital and placed in charge of Dr. Nichols and Dr. Beauchamp by order of the county attorney. She felt no pain, she said, until hours after she had beg n in their charge. The Schlicker boy was the next witness and admitted that he had i given the girl the money for the op eration. His brother, it appears, made all the alleged arrangements with Dr. Boido who, he said, advised one of three things, when the situation munity from the charge of criminal first of all, to marry the girl, if not that he had the choice of getting out of the country or going to the peni tentiary. The witness testified that Dr. Boido said she would have to see the girl first before she would dis cuss the case. He himself did not see the doctor again until the arrest- Under cross examination Schlicker insisted that the girl had told him she was 19 years old. "I'm not the only one," he kept repeating, as Judge Barnum askea him if he had been promised im punity from the charge of criminal assault if he testified in the case. He declared that others had been in volved and that he desired as "much justice as. anyone else." When court adjourned at 5 o'clock the jury was given the usual instruc tion not to discuss the case, which was continued until 9:30 o'clock this morning. HATS x O Xo one disputes the quality or style of a Knox Leghorn. Xo one wants to. Soft, flexible and cool. BOARD APPROVES FRANCHISE PLAN Whereas: The Tucson, Phoenix & Tidewater Railroad has planned the building of a railway from Tucson to Phoenix, and the building of said railroad has been prevented by thu war, to the winning of which every effort must be directed, and Whereas: The, Tucson, Phoenix & Tidewater Railroad has requested the city commission of the city of Phoe nix to grant an extension of time for the building of this road, and, Whereas: The railroad will be of great benefit to the city of Phoenix and the Salt River Valley of Arizona. Now, Therefore: We.' the bofird of directors of the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, do hereby resolve that the citizens of Phoenix be urged by I their votes to favor the extension of time as requested by the said rail road company and as submitted by the city commission to the vote of the people. McDougall & Cassou Washington Street WlflXWELL TRUCK Our Idea of Service To treat you courteously; to fit your eyes correctly; to design, j make and adjust glasses that wi 1 ' suit your particular needs; and to j take as much interest in your wel- I fare as in your dollars such is our . idea of service." j Our charges are entirely within reason and our guarantee absolute. ! We will make you feel that you are j getting full value for every dollar j when you buy your glasses of us. MUXSOX OPTICAL CO. ! 8 E. Phoenix Washington St. Arizona GIVEN 1 TEST! HULETT SAYS Buy a Good Alarm Clock Just received a new stock, all set with new time Elvey&Hulett Quality Druggists Adams and First Ave, Phoenix eral, and heads of the various state departments, including the school of ficials and heads of the State Federa .ion of Labor. o 1 AUTHOR Tt 10 START DRIVE Charles C. Miller Jr., wholesale rep resentative for the R. D. Roper Motor company, state distributors for the Maxwell and Chalmers cars, arrived in Phoenix after an S00 mile jaunt through southern and central Arizona, with the famous $100,000 Maxwell 3A tryck. ' Mr. Miller states that much interest was displayed wherever the truck was shown. This is the truck that made the fam ous run from Philadelphia to Jackson ville, Florida and return during the winter, under the direction of the A. A. A., covering a distance of 2,500 miles with a 3,000 pound load and although .veather conditions were very bad, the A. A. A. reported a perfect record. This is the only truck that holds an official A. A. A. record for perform ance. Afte making the eastern record, the truck was sent to Arizona to further add to its laurels. Upon its arrival in Phoenix it was immediately loaded r0 per cent more than its rated capacity and driven over the Apache trail to Globe and return. This road which has proven the downfall of many a truck and passenger car, was negotiated by the loaded truck with ease. With Mr. West, the Maxwell factory represen tative, who accompanied the truck and Mr. Miller a tour of southern Arizona was then started. The trip to Tucson was made in 10 hours and incidentally the truck was driven across the Gila at Florence under its own power. The workmen on the unfinished bridge saw the truck buried deep in the sand and water, and called down, "You are through" but the truck without pause dug its way out and proceeded on its way followed by a cheer from the astonished men. From Tucson the trip was continued over the new highway to Xogales then along the Mexican border to Douglas via Tombstone and Bisbce. After which It journeyed north to Willcox and back to Tucson. It is now on its way to El Fourteenth Year Superior advantages given in all branches of Music, Expression, Dancing, at j low rates of tuition. Fourth term of year opened vesterdav, April 1st. High School Dancing Club opens Tuesday even- Price, $5.00 for ten evenings. Register Now! Call Phone 1009 or Centro and other southern California points. During the entire trip, states Mr. Miller the truck ran perfectly although it was driven much of the time at tour ing car speed. As high as 20 miles an hour was averaged between some points. The consumption of oil and gasoline was exceedingly low. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WAXTED Expert mechanic on Ford cars. Ap ply foreman Ford garage. it FOR SALE Thoroughbred Airedale puppy. 1341 E. Van Buren. Phono S029. k STRAYED Two large buckskin horse mules from corral near Mari nette. Report to Dr. X'orton. I'hone 777, Phoenix. FOR NEW BONDS That Prof. C. M. Gayley, professor of English at the University of Cali fornia, will be here for the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce Liberty Loan dinner to be held at the Woman's club Friday evening was the infor mation received yesterday in a tele gram from the celebrated speaker. Prof. Gayley, who is one of the best orators on the Pacific coast, has been over most of the country where the great conflict in France is now raging, and will be able to give his hearers first hand information on the war. He has wired his assurance that he will do everything while heru to assist in launching the third Lib erty loan campaign. Pep will be injected Into the cam paign by a number of other excel lent speakers, while the dinner will also be enlivened by a number of stunts calculated to inspire wartime enthusiasm for Arizona's effort to raise her quota in the third Liberty loan. Although the exact nature of these features of the affair has not been made public by the committee in charge, it is no violation of censor ship to state they will be among the outstanding events of the pro gram, bringing home to all Americans their part in the financing of a mighty blow to end autocracy and crush the hideous monster that is threatening civilization. , As the number of seats will be limited, it is important that all who expect to attend the dinner secure their tickets at once. The dinner will begin at 6:30 o'clock Friday evening, at the Woman's club. Tiekets may be obtained or seats reserved by phoning the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, Xo. 1294. o Maricopa County Dairymen's Association Will not meet this week. The executive committee promises some data upon which the association may act at the next meeting, Wednesday, April 10th. PATRIOTIC Fill TO GET PREVIEW INVENTOR'SSON IS HI FIGHTING LINE A signal victory for local picture ad mirers was achieved when the manager of the Hip theater, after holding out for two weeks against playing the pat riotic picture "The Kaiser" at advanced prices, the Xew York .epresentative of the production capitulated, and a call on the telephone on Sunday resulted in the management being informed by the coast representative of the concern that the embargo would be raised. The picture was made originally for the sole mirDOse of bringing to the the aims and objects of the "Mad Dog of Europe." The kaiser is revealed in many of the intimate incidents of his court, and his ego and pomp re ceives a serious setback when he is brought to the realization of the fact that his bluff to America has been called. The Coast representatives of the pic ture sent a special copy to Phoenix for the use of the Hip, and, arriving this morning, it is to be screened in private for the heads of the council of defense, the Red Cross, the War Savings and Liberty Loan committees. Invitations have been extended to Dwight B. Heard, chairman of the ex ecutive committee of the council of de fense; Harry Tritle, state director of the War Savings Stamp campaign; Harry Welch, secretary of the Arizona chapter of the Red Cross; H. J. Mc Clunsr. manager of the third Liberty I loan campaign; Sidney P. Osborn, sec- rctury of state and acting governor; LCautain Temple, acting adjutant glen- Fred Hotchkiss. grand" nephew of the inventor of the Hitchkiss gun, a weapon that was adopted by the Unit ed States marines during the Civil War, enlisted in the marine corps at Xew York recently. Y'oung Hotchkiss, who has two brothers in the service, came all the way from Alaska to enlist. His distinguished uncle, Benjamin Barkely Hotchkiss, born in Watertown, Conn., in 1826, was one of the first to adopt the principle of using explosive gas developed by firing to assist the operation of rapid-fire guns. All mod ern machine guns now employ this principle. Many of the inventor's improvements in projectiles and heavj ordnance Were accepted by the American government and are now in use. Hotchkiss after ward went to Paris where he estab lished a gun factory-. He died there in 1885. o TO MARKET BEANS Republican A. P. Lea ted Wire DOUGLAS, April 1. General Alvaro Obregon, former Mexican minister of war, arrived here today from Sonora, I and left tonight ror San Francisco on business connected with the marketing of 2o,"00 tons of beans which he said last night he was praiutiTia tp jn the United States, - BadTeethls Like FeebleWorkmen The Bodily Building Is Poorly Done lou cannot imagine a weak and sickly work man building anvtliing well or enduring. ' That is exactly the case with your teeth. . If they are in bad condition masti cation is impaired. This results in fermentation, gases on the stomach, billiousness and bad di gestion. From bad diges tion follows a horde of ills and ails that it is well worth the trouble to avoid. Make it a point to be ex amined today. It is free together with any ad-" - vice you might seek. Long experience and the proper training has fitted me to handle any dental work skillfully and success . fully. A dental nurse is ahvays in attendance. Make your appointment todav. Phone 30S9 36 East Washington Street Above Goldberg's Clothinq Store - 1 Norton Dairy Notice ON ACCOUNT OF COST OF LABOR INCREASING 100 AND DAIRY FEED AND OTHER EXPENSES FROM 100 TO 300 , MANY LOCAL DAIRIES HAVE DISCONTINUED. TWO GRADE "A" DAIRIES STOP RETAIL DELIVERIES APRIL 1ST. REGARDLESS OF RESULTS NORTON DAIRY MUST MEET THESE CONDITIONS BUT WE WILL CONTINUE TO DELIVER GRADE "A" MILK AND CREAM TO THE EXTENT OF OUR PRESENT OUT PUT AT PRESENT PRICES (15c QT. MILK. 16 2-3c PER HALF PINT CREAM, 30c PER HALF PINT DOUBLE CREAM) AT LEAST UNTIL OCT. 1ST. ON ACCOUNT OF SOME WINTER PATRONS LEAVING WE CAN TAKE ON A FEW ADDITIONAL IF ON OUR ROUTE. REG ULAR CUSTOMERS GIVEN PREFERENCE. PHONE ORDERS TO NORTON DAIRY NO. 777, 201 FLEMING BUILDING.