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. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER IS, 1918
4OW . .
Your Earning Power
Depends largely upon your eyesight.
If poor sight is slowing up your
progress consult us.
Northrup Optical Co.
9 . Adams St.
Phone 690 for appointment
ROSE TREE" M
I5W-ADAMS-PH0NE 1317
DR. . G.
NEW SYSTEM DENTIST
Moni.'ion Building Office Phone 60S
WATER REPORT FOR DEC 14
1 Elevation of water .in reservoir
;it p. m
: Contents, acre feet 281.4S5
- Gain in acre feet 003
Elevation of water in reservoir
1 one year ago 1S9.S6
j Contenl.s year ago, acre feet... S'S.820
I Normal flow today ::8.960
1 Normal flow one ear ago 'J1.800
Water used, north side. At. I.. 7.840
Water used, south side, M. I.. ' 19,160
WEATHER FORECAST
Arizona.: Sunday and probably Mon
day tair. warm r Sunday.
.V. w Mexico: Sunday and Monday
fair: uarnirr Sunday.
Southern 'a !i I oi nia: fair.
WEATHEH REPORT
Gift Suggestions
Appropriate and Useful
Ruy Xmas Greeting: Cards NOW
We have most complete line.
ELVEY & HULETT
Quality Druggists
N. W. Cor. Adams and First Ave.
Phoenix. Phone 4441
jl 36 East Washington St.
Mi Above Goldberg's Cloth'ng
Jfr Store
4 Phone 30S9
d
Stations
Huston -H 4t
Ituffal" I" "a;
I'hieago 40 44
I lenV
Rain
Rain
Clear
Clear
Clear
r-Z I 'eu ei v i.i
m , l-'lagstuff S2 SS Clea
iii Kit-Sim 50 "lea
M ! ( lal ston :. 62 Clrn
V'S K' utsas City 42 4S 'lea
i
Phoenix Seed and
Feed Co.
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Jefferson St.
E. S. WAKELIN
GROCER
WHOLESALE
.no!
,r .02
r3 l.os Angeles 0-1 71 eClear .Oil!
E4 Minneapolis "2S 2-i Clear . HO j
r' i -,- .n .. i: I I'l I'l.le ell I
New York .:. .".0 ail Clear
i . . . ...... ... .. .1.. . .
e,e r i!i)k t 1 V 1U .1-
i'lii iKN'IX ."i7 70 Clear' .00 I
. Pitishurg ."4 ti2 Rain .21 j
I Portland. H'e ."0 a 4 I tain
I r . .11 II "l iT-m . "
Salt Uike City . .:!S 42 Clear .00
San 1 uego H2 HS Clear .00
San I'laiai.sio ."a'. Pt. Cldy .00
Spokane 10 ."i0 Cloudy .00
Tucson 62 lis Clear .0
w. '.i i .... i . .n I'.it na 1'lmiHv (V
' wintrp-K ) 20 Cloudy .00
. Van 02 70 Clear ."0
LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
Constable Ice and
Fuel Co.
WOOD. COAL, KINDLING
Phone 1555
6 a.m. 6 p.m.
T "Me'i.itnrr. decrees ?A 57
""'mo. o: ci altera tion ...... 45
iiMiniiity. per oent ...SO .IS
Wind. iiir.x-Ucn W 1
Vin-,1. veio'-itv. miles 4 1
i:..HV;;!i : o o
Weather Clear Clear
i holiest temperature 70
I., w. si temperature 33
Total rainfall. None
No departure in temperature yester
i; .
Xn d.-partare in temperature since
first of the month.
WANTED
6EC0ND HAND SACKS
PHOENIX WOOD &
COAL CO
223 South Third St.
.02 inches.
,1 pi.
IfYouHaveaBiamond
to sell for cash, come direct to
MACK GARDNEK
45 North Central
i rr
GUARANTEED
TITLES
Phoenix Title & Trust Co.
ARIZONA HARWARE
SUPPLY CO.
The Only EXCLUSIVE
WHOLESALE
Hardware House in the State
Pi.ai.vk- To mi.
i;i,tino. ',st m
nosday. Uei-embcr
l.oy. Mr. Hlain.- i
!'b''Tii N:t tit nab h
Phoenix Flour Taills
Flour, Feed, Seed
PHOENIX, ARIZ.
Van Buren & Ninth Sts.
Loans Easy
TO GET for Christmas and other
uses up to 5150 on your furniture,
piano, automobile, live stock, imple
ments, etc. Don't he without money.
Just phone us for information. The
rest is easy. Ample funds. Cour
teous treatment. Strictly confiden
tial. MUTUAL LOAN CO.
1500 Grand Ave. Phone 1396
Office Hours: 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
peal, the motion for a rehearing yes
terday was denied by the Arizona su
preme court.
VALUABLE DOG LOST A two
months' old Airedale puppy was lost by
fhe Arizona Seed Company yesterday.
The puppy was considered valuable,
and a reward has been offered for his
return.
SUNDAY SCHOOL TO BEGIN
The C'reighton Sunday school will re
open at 10 o'clock this moniiim.
Preaching by the pastor will be at 11
o'clock. His theme will be "Trust in
Hod." There will be no evening
service
DENIES AUTHORITY The county
school superintendent yesterday gave
notice that all authority for the re
opening of schools closed on account
of influenza must tome from the vari
ous boards of health and not from the
countv school superintendent.
MICHIGAN MOTORISTS MAKE
CITY Two motor carloads of winter
tourists, en route from Michigan to
the coast, stopped off in Phoenix yes
terdav. Included. Jii the party were
A. (1. I-uis and family, c. K. Ains- ,
worth and H. French, all of. Bay City, i
Michigan. t
PAYSON MINING MAN HERE
Klmer Gleason, a resident of the Pay- i
son district, with extensive mining and i
cattle interests in that vicinity, at- j
rived in the city yesterday. Mr. Glea- j
son plans to remain in Phoenix sev- j
eral davs attending? to business mat- i
ters. 1
MODERN WOODMEN MEET The
Modern Woodmen of America will re- i
sume their regular meetings Wednes- i
d:iv nilrht uttpr closinp. dm-injr the in- t
''j fluenza. epidemic. Important business '
and an election of officers will be 1
transacted.
MADISON SCHOOL TO OPEN i
After being closed two months by the j
influenza, epidemic, the Madison school j
will reopen next Monday. Although no j
cases of the disease had been discov- ;
erert In the school when it closed, the
building has been completely cleaned '
and fumigated. !
POLICE STILL ON THE JOB M. K. I
Marin was arrested last night for driv- j
ing with only one headlight on his mo- j
tor car, thereby violating a city ordi- :
nance, and -Mrs. M. Burg was
brought into the police station charged
with speeding. Both will appear in po
lice court today.
PHOENIX REPRESENTED A
Phoenician, or at any rate a young j
man, well known in this city, was at
the presidential reception at Brest the t
other day. He is A. A. Marks, a brother j
of Barnett E. Marks of this city, and
is connected with, the air service on
one of the battleships. - I
BYRON SHOWERS RETURNS j
Among the popular young men who 1
have returned from training camps '
dicing the past week was Byron ;
Showers, who has been attending an I
officers' training camp in Louisville.
i xc.'ss in temperature j Ky. Previously Mr. Showers was a I
i 2 05 inches. ! student at Berkeley university. i
U.!l-;RT l. GRANT ! THESE MAY DELIVER COTTON j
,i j The following persons are entitled to j
nl ,1.1;.... tl. nn4fnn
I I the Phoenix gin of the Southwestern :
Cotton company, Saturday, December j
21. as a result of the drawings at the j
gin yesterday: W. W. McRill, E. C. j
Deubler. J. P.. Xaftziger, Samuel Shu- i
maker and Eouis Miller.
BALSZ SCHOOL TO RHOPEN
After being closed for some time on
account of the epidemic, the Balsz
school will reopen Monday morning.
No cases of the disease are now re
ported in the district, and County Phy
sician Nichols has assured the school
officials the reopening will be per
fectly safe.
THIRTEEN BOOKED The city
continued no richer yesterday, as the
result of the police crusade againr.t
persons who violate traffic and park
ing ordinances. Although thirteen per
sons were booked for violation of park
ing rules, not a single fine had hen
collected last night. Judge Thomas de
ferred 'sentence in every case.
COMING FOR HOLIDAYS Among
the arrivals in Phoenix yesterday was
Mrs. Elenore P.eeves of Santa Barbara.
Mrs. Reeves is to be joined in a few
days by her husband, B. F. P.eeves.
and at the conclusion of the holidays
the couple will continue on to the
Globe-Miami district, where they plan
to make their future home.
GUESTS FOR WEEK-END Re
becca Horn has as her week-end
guests. John Murry of Yampa, Colo
rado; Mrs. Bell Fay of Prescott. and
Mr. and Mrs. Boss Hill of Hayden. All
were former schoolmates in Spartan
burg. Indiana. Miss Horn entertained
her guests at a turkey dinner yester
day, at which Mrs. Pierson of this
city, and Miss Lizzie O'Neil and Mrs.
Elizabeth Mossman of Marion, Indiana,
were also present.
WES HILL IS BACK Lieutenant
Wesley Hill returned yesterday morn
ing to civil life after an absence of
six months, most of which was spent
in the tank service. Though he has
been discharged, he is in the officers'
reserve corps and may be. recalled in
the event the government decides to
continue the development of the tank,
which had reached an advanced stage
at the time of the signing of the ar
mistice. The American tank had al-
Luncheonette
at Our
Fountain
All Hours
Sterilized
Dishes '
ALL LOOP CARS STOP AT SUX CORNER
16 ' 2IC6 til IBh
Sole Agents
For
Driv-it Rheumatic
Remedy
Tyrrell's Cascade
Adlcr-i-ka
Meritol Remedies
Pig'n Whistle
Candies
We have the largest stock in Arizona. Any
present you might find at the many Sun stores
in Los Angeles, you will find at the Big Depart
ment Drug Store here at home.
The following prices will prevail until our large stock is exhausted:
VACUUM FOOD d
, v j. a m.
PARISIAN IVORY
AT
IVORY MANICURE
ROLLS ....
20 D
20 D
and $2.50
iscount
iscount
BROWN'S GHOCOLAT
ES
Bitter Sweets, Olympia, Ragtime
and De Luxe, Price Per Pound
kitfil jf'!'i'. ion
.l;inii,ii'v 1. i
fipti :i lion
y In tempera- ;
Jjinuarv 1 to j
in January 1 !o j
OBITUARY
:
Harry E. Overlook j
K. i vcr!f. rk tiict in Xns;als i
i i:l;i imlnrnzM. Hf? was I'nitea
Slule.-' lii p'ily 'ollcrtor of customs ,u
that jiln- o ami lifni lv-en deputy I'nttfHl
States nia rshal nlirn liis tathi .
f'harlts A. U erlocl;. 1 he lust territorial
marshal Arizona, had. was in office.
' fverlo. k alnuit '- years old ana
!;ad a !;irir 'iii id' acqt:,. inta nres in
l'h.i ui and other 'itis of ;h- state.
SI
NOTHING BETTER WHY PAY MORE? ,
We have added the Elizabeth Arden preparations to our always complete line of Toilet Articles.
It Pays to get at at the Sun
PHONE 1670
FREE MOTORCYCLE DELIVEVRY
PHONE 1670
BORN
D
and Mrs. Jams C:
idion street, Wed
11. a nine-pound
employed at the
-,k.
TOWN TOPICS
1
-
ready been brought to a higher degree
of excellence than that, of any of the
other belligerents.
PATRONS WITH BOOZE
GET DRIVER IN JAIL
EASTERN TIRE IN
j STIFF FRONT SHIRT j
! IS NOW ON DECLINE
0 RUDOLPH STAFF
A recent addition to the Ed Rudolph
organizatifln is R. A. Vasey, who -will
act as city salesman, handling Good
year tires in. pneumatics and solids,
and Hood tires in pneumatics. Mr.
Playing the part of good Samaritans j Vasey comes to the Ed Rudolph or-
LIBERTY BONDS
We Buy All Issues for Cash
Occidental Life Insurance
Company
O'Neill Building
VISIT TO RELATIVES
COSTS IN LIBERTY
Jinking the mistake of visiting his
relatives, C. W. Bryant, a fugitive, from
justiee, was captured in Clend.-ile yes
terday by Constable Murks anil will be
icturned to the Idaho authorities,
Hryant escaped from the state peni
tentiary of Idaho on October 31. Thai
ha had relatives in this state, was
known, and officers have kept an open
ye for Bryant for whom a $50 reward
was offered.
Bryant, who Is only 21 years of age,
was convicted of embezzlement an'l
sentenced to serve from one to fourteen
years.
It makes no difference what your
w:ints may be ynu can have them sup
plied by using and reading The Repub
lican Classified pages Arizona's Lead-
MINING MAN IN CITY Edward
KurmiMi. a mining man from Jerome,
is in this citv at the Adams hotel.
JUDGE WELLS IN CITY .Midge K.
W. Wells ot 1'rescott is spending a few
i:ivs in ill ritv.
SHEEP MAN IN PHOENIX F. K.
U ons. a slice) m;.n from Winslow, is
a irncsl at the t'omniercial hotel.
FLAGSTAFF MAN HERE John
Jl'ntje.si-v.. ta, well , known , v'M"'hcr of
l-'lagstitfi. is a temporary guest at the
JetYerPOU holel.
MISSOURI MILLINER IN TOWN
John .1. Fox. a miilinery manufacturer
from St. I. outs, is registered at the.
Jefferson hotel while in the citv.
NO DRAWING AT TOLLESON
There was no drawing yesterday at
the Southwest Cotton company's gn
Tulleson.
CASA GRANDE BANKER IN CITY
--(.'. A. Clemens, a. bunker from Casa
(Iranile. was a visitor at the Commer
cial hotel vesterdav.
ATTORNEY LEAVES TOWN At
torney Earl , F.. Drake left, last, nieht
for l.os Angeles to spend the Christ
mas holidays. He will return January
'1, in time for the reopening of court.
MADISON MAN HERE M. J. Bar-
ri tt-Kellr y, a well-known coal dealer
from Indianapolis, is in Fhoenix for
the winter. He is stopping at the
Ad:tms hotel.
ARMY MAN A VISITOR Colonel
Kdward E. Dravo, U. S. A., retire,
stopped in fhoenix yesterday at the
Commercial hotel while returning to
his Arizona, ranch home near this citv.
RAILROAD PRESIDENT "DROPS
IN J. P. Kellas, president of the Hoo
sac railroad, is a temporary guest at
the Hotel Adams. Mr. Kellas is ac
companied by his wife.
COAST RANCHMAN HERE C. D.
Clark, a merchant of l.os Angeles and
owner of large ranch holdings in this
state, is slopping at the Hotel Adams
while in fhoenix.
TWO ATTORNEYS ARE VISITORS
K. K. Ellenwood, an attorney from
Bisbee, andw Richard Lamson, a law
yer from Prescott, are guests at the
Adams hotel.
FORD STOLEN A Ford touring car
owned by C. E. Ifsrgan. of cartwright,
was stolen about ! o'clock last night
from between First and Second av- :
en'H s OTl Witsbinr'nn street. !
CLUB MEETINGS RESUMED '
The regular luncheons of the Brother
hood Lunch club will be resumed at
noon tomorrow at the Y. M. C. A after
having been abandoned several weeks
on account of the influenza epidemic
REHEARING IS DENIED In the
case of Cunningham vs. Costello and
Costello vs. Cunningham, a cross ap-
by bringing in whisky to Phoenix when
it is so needed to stay the course of in
fluenza cost John Devine and W. L.
Green arrest yesterday for violation of
the liquor law.
When taken into custody by Con
stable Marks as they stepped off the
California train at ClendaJe, the me-j
carried suit cases which to the x-ray
eve of the officer looked like they con
tained the denied beverage. After tak-
ing the prisoners in custody be forth
with placed them in his automobile and
started on his way to the Maricopa
county jail. Enroute he met A. Cooper,
who declared that Marks had cheated
him out of his job. Cooper declared that
his delay was caused by a breakdown,
but that the car rent was due him and
not the "other fellow."
On his admitting that he. had been
engaged to transport the men earrHni
the booze, he became a passenger in
the official car and was booked with
them at the county jail, after his con
nection with the case was further in
vestigated, he was released.
o
It makes no difference what your
wants may be yon can have them sup
plied by Ufrtng and reading Tb Bapub
lican Classified paces Artsona's Lead
ing Advertising Medium.
ATTENTION i
Automobile Owners
If you want a first cluss job of Paint- ;
ing you will get it by going to I4. J. '
Charles, 507 N. Fourth St. Best of.
aUnaindjoreymixedj. dope.
XMAS
TREES
BBS
BEAUTIFUL FLOWERING PLANTS
and
POTTED FERNS
Holly and Holly Wreaths, Poinsettias
Canary Birds and Gold Fish
Make your selection now to be delivered Christmas.
THE STORE BEAUTIFUL
Arizona Seed &
Floral Co.
F. C. MeXabb
2S-:i0 South Central Phone 4403
ganization with considerable, tire ex
perience, having recently been the pro
prietor of the Beatrice Tire and Repair
company, one of the largest exclusive
tire, service stations in southeastern
Nebraska. On the subject of tires
Mr. Vasey says:
"Anyone desiring to know the best
needs in a tire for his car or truck
can, upon an analysis of his driving
condition readily find the tire suited to
his needs; that is, if he knows tire con
structon. There are two types of pneu
matic tires, the fabric and the cord.
The fabric tire is suited for the aver
age road conditions and will give rea
sonable service for the money invested.
The cord tire is designed to meet con
ditions where the fabric tire would go
out of commission prematurely by
bruising,, a condition that puts SO per
cent of fabric tires out of service. A
cord tire is so constructed that it will
absorb shocks that would put others
out of service, and the reason for this
is that the cord tire is so thoroughly
rubberized has so much rubber in
corporated in its construction that it
will resist stone bruising; to a large
decree. In other words, great deal
depend tm tb ss&atity sjyd qnxfitj
of etrebtoe nAlw in tb make-up ot
the tire.
"In the transportation field the same
' thinz has to be worked out in the
! selection of a tire for truck use. There
are three types of truck tires In use
today, and thorough knowledge of
hauling conditions is necessary in
selecting a proper tire."
Mr. Vasey is a practical tire man,
having gained a thorough knowledge
through years of experience in the
automobile field, and will, no doubt,
be of great service to the auto and
transportation public in Phoenix. In
problems that may come, up in the
selection of tire equipment for your
car or truck. Mr. Vasey's services w ill
always be available.
o
tlxvndon Times. 1
The shining breastplate of the Eng
lishman, his stiff white shirt, will soon
be a thing of the wist. The rigid
rationing of coal will prevent the fine
gloss on linen. This will be a blow to
the conventional well dressed man, but
he will survive it. as he has survived
greater calamities. It is all to the
good that the war has taken the starch
out of us. We were too stiff to adapt
ourselves to circumstances. The soft
shirt is a symbol of accommodation t
environment. America and the colonies
had not to learn the little of the laun
dry. They have been soft shirt wear
ers from the beginning of their his
tories. Lincoln was a soft shirt man,
as our premiers across the seas have
been soft shirt men, but they pre
sented, a stiff front to adversity, al
though they had no use for starch. lVc
will get back again some of these days
to what old fashioned writers call
"immaculate evening dress," but the
old rigidity will have disappeared from
our social and international outlook.
I. O. B. B. MEMBERS ATTENTION
There will be a meeting of unusual
importance Monday evening, the 16th,
Monihan Bldg. Election of officers,
plans to assist in the coming war re
lief campaign and other important bus
iness. Members are urged to attend.
By order of the president. bm
MEET TODAY TO PUN
JEWISH RELIEF FOR
Z01E
11
SUFFERER
A campaign committee to handle tie
campaign to raise money for European
war sufferers, under the auspices u
the Jewish relief committee, will
chosen at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon ,-i
a massmeeting at the Christian enure:,
of Jew's and non-Jews. The camp:ii:.
will be held during the week of Jan
uary 6-K'.
The quota in this state for the Eu
ropean war sufferers' fund has b"--:
placed at $73,000, of which Ji'".00 mn-'
be obtained in Phoenix. Arrangemen' -lor
conducting the iocal campaign wnl
be pertected at this afternoon's men
ing. At least one and perhaps sevei ,1
committees will be appointed for th
work.
The fund obtained during the cam
paign will be used entirely in caring l :
European war sufferers. A large pan
of it probably will be used in rehabil
itation and reconstruction "work. The
government has endorsed the cam
paign. a.s has Governor Hunt.
CARD OF THANKS
1
We wush to thank our many friends
for the kindness shown us during the
illness and death of our father and
husband, and for the many beautiful
floral offerings. Mrs. L. A. Amirault
and daughter Ruth. It
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST Airedale puppy, two months
old. Return to Arizona Seed company.
Reward. It
A Most
Acceptable
Gift
An exceptional line of
pattern hat's at cost or
less.
You can depend on it, these hats are
attractive, for when the Hamon Mil
linery makes a statement, it backs it np
with'the goods.
Repair work
make-overs a
cialtv. .
Have a good, steady position with
good pay for an experienced night por
ter. Must come well recommended.
Apply to-Mr. Carter. It
WANTED To borrow, $250 lor
I term of 3 years, secured by mortgage,
j city income property. Box S'JD, Re
1 publican. ' 1 1
WANTED Unfurnished house or;
! apartment, about 4 rooms. Any time j
(before January 1. Permanent. l!ox
86D, .Republican. - If.
if8
3
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HAMON
MILLINERY
HE. Adams
Opp. Hotel Adams

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