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THE AttlZOXA RErUTJLICAX, SUNDAY MOIiXIXG, FEBRUARY 9, 1919 J our Earning Power . '-pen;!i largely uron your eyesio,ht. poor t;ght it elowing your -roqres eensutt us. .Northrup Optical Co. i, 9 E. Adams St. Phono 630 for appo'ntment DR. . G. DELL NEW SYSTEM DENTIST Monihon Building Office Phone 605 36 East Washington St C Above Goldbergs' Clothing Store fc1 TV "77 Phoenix Seed and I Feed Co. Wholesale and Retail . 1:5 East Jefferson St. E. S. WAKELIN j GROCER ; WHOLESALE Constable Ice and I Fuel Co. WOOD, COAL, KINDLING Phone 1b5 WANTED SECOND HAND SACKS PHOENIX WOOD & COAL CO. 721 Sutb Third f. t Mack Gardner ' Liu J J DIAMONDS AND LI3ERTY BONDS FCR CASH i 45 N. Central Ave. i Guaranteed j TITLES 1 Phoenix Title 4. Truat Co. A.EIZ0NA HARDWARE SUPPLY CO. The Only EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE Hardware House in the State Phoenix Flour Mills lour, Feed, Seed PHOENIX. ARIZ. Van Buren & Ninth Sts. 1 A 11 Mnhno rxf Typewriters old, rented and repaired. We buy second hand type writers. , The McNeil Co. U2S W. Washington St. THERE'S i That Does the i . Pressing -1 : ' TRY HIM AND SEE JONES CLEANING WORKS 225 W. Adams St. ROSE TREE I3WADAMS-PH0NE 1317 BATES TIRES Authorized Service Station New Location 28-30 N. Second Ave. D. E. HOWARD'S GARAGE Niw Location 146 S. Second Ave. Phone 1469 WATER REPORT FOR FEB. 8 Elevation of water In reservoir at 6 p. m Contents, acre feet Cain in acre feet 139.71 324, 76S 2.335 Klevation of water in reservoir one year ago 1S9.0C ''ontents one year ago S28.095 Normal flow 68,000 Normal flow, year ago 30,420 Water used, north side 19,824 Water used, south side 16,810 WEATHER ePOVT 3 3 ! P Station PI Bostoi 3 Clear Buffalo 2 Cloudy Chicago 2 2 Snow Denver "2 40 Clear Flagstaff 3 42 I't. Cldy Fresno (A 7" Clear Galveston 62 bS I't. Cldy Kansas City 24 2!t Cloudy l,os Angeles .",8 64 Clear. Minneapolis 12 14 Clear Needles titi 72 Clear New Orleans r,rt tit Clear New York 32 38 Cloudv I'HOF.NIX CS 70 Pt. Chiy Pittsburg 22 Si) Snow Portland, Ore 42 4H Hatn St. IxuiiH 14 24 Clear Salt I.-ike fitv ...42 4U Clear San Diego :.S 62 Pt. Cldy San Francisco So 6 Cloudy Spokane 3 Cloudy Tmsoii 68 70 Clear Washington 38 44 Clear Winnipeg 6 10 Cloudy Yuma 72 74 Clear .IS .OS .Oil !os ; Local Weather Yesterday 6 a. m. 6 p. m. Temperature, degree 39 61? Temperature of evap T.8 :.2 Humidity, per-cent 92 Wind direction SF. Wind velocity, miles 4 Rainfall 0 NYV 4 ' 0 y."",1,, ' ',far T CU,ai.l ! Mlk-nesi lemprrmuro i't c t irfiwcsi TPnipera-iurc To'al rainfall " F.xi ess in temperature yesterday, 1 degree. Defii lent y In temperatura since the first of the month, 28 degrees. Accumulated deficiency in temper- ature, 5 degrees. 1 Normal precipitation January 1 to date 1 48 inches. Actual precipitation January 1 to 1 date, n 64 inchea. Accumulated, deficiency sine Janu nrv 1, 0 84 Inches. ROF.KRT 0. GRANT OBITUARIES n- Funeral of Samuel J. Clifford Funeral services for Ssmuel F. Clif ford will ho held tomorrow morning at 10 n't lock in the H. M. Mans chapel. 311 North First avenue. P.urlal will be in Greenw ood cemetery. The Masonic or der will have charge of the .ceremonies at the grave. Gerald Parks Gerald Parks, zanjero for the Water Fsers" association, who lived at the junction of lateral six and th Arizona f.inal. died at noon yesterdar of pneu monia followine; influenza. He was an mp!ov of the Water TJsers' associa tion for three years, and was In eharg't of division threo of the Arizona canal. He ,s survived by a wife and one child. Funeral of W. W. Wilson Funeral services for W. W. Wilson will be held at the Punkard church, Glcndale, Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock Mr. Wilson died of pneumonia fol lowing influenza. He leaves a wife and four small children, who reside in ;iendale. Mrs. W. H. Mann Mr. W. H. Mann, formerly a resident of this city, died Thursday of influ enza, in Colton. 'a!ifornia. While in Phoenix, her husband was manager of the Western Union Telegrarm company. Mrs. Mann leaves, beside her hus band, a son. Holmes, who is in the navy: her mother, Mrs. M. K. Knox and ceveral sisters. tist. bs THE. GUY Best Cleaning and in Phoenix Phone 1768 V i J TOWN TOPICS TO GIVE MEMORIAL ADDRESS Colonel J. H. MeClintock lpft this morning ror Jerome where he will de liver a Koosovelt M morial address. REAL ESTATE OFFICE MOVED Newluml Jones has moy'd his real esli.tr- an1 leans office to- the A. G. ; Oulpin enmtjany's office at North 1'iiFt avenue. 1 Minpur.r I irrutr; i.,M-i.,t.n ! licenses were issued vesterdav to ". I li iK:.nw .,..'.1 viin., Nelson. 2. Phoenix; l.onnie. T. Davis,! 21, Chandler and Lillian Milrn, 21 ('handler. RETURNS TO TEXAS HOME Joseph ,M. ,alon, former city attor-1 ney of Kl Vasil w ho was in l'hoenix , to attend the funeral of his sister-in-law. Mrs. Thomas Nealon. returned j last evening to his home in Texas. LATTER-DAY SAINTS The Church j of Jesus Christ of Littor-lay Saints will hold services in their new church at the corner of Seventh street and t., ...,.c:. -v i,i day school at 10:30: evening meeting1 at 7. All invited. Good speaking and singing. THIMBLE CLUB TO MEET The Royal Neighbor Thimble club will hold itR regular meeting? at the home of Neighbor Theresa Brown, !14 South Second avenue, Tuesday, February 11, at 2 o'clock. All Neighbors ure in vited to be present. ARRESTED FOR DRUNKENNESS On complaint of Donofrio's yesterday a man giving his name as William Whitney was placed under arrest for intoxication, lie. claimed that he was an employe of Vance Brothers Bakery i in Mesa. It is the opinions of thefeording to A. I. Philip, general sales police that the man was drunk from , manager for the Dodge Brothers Motor drinking bakerv extracts. t tomnany of Detroit, and J. K. French. MR. AND MRS. SCHUMACHER i LEAVE Mr. and Mrs. John Schu macher, who have been vis'Ung in this city for the p;tst four weeks, left yes terday for Davenport, Iowa. They will visit the Grand Canyon enroute. They expect to return to Phoenix in the near future to make this their home, having been greatly impressed by the city and Salt River villey. BOSTON VISITORS H ERE -M r. ! and Mrs. I.. 11. Kimball ami son Allen i from Boston are in Phoenix visiting Mr. Kimball's aunt. Mrs. 7.. K. Ijinds, at 2126 West Jefferson street. The Kimballs are. enroute for California. Mr. Kimball lived in Phoenix some ten years ago and expresses great usr prise and delight at the rapid devel opment of this eitv during that time. CANDY KID CAUGHT Vincent ffallas. 13 years of age. was appre hended in the Candy Kitchen of Joe Fortier, 2"1 West Washington street, yesterday, with two large boxes of chocolates ami a box of butter scotch in his possession which he Is alleged to have stolen. Another Mexican boy, who accompanied young Sallas, suc ceeded in eluding pursuit, and is still at large. Vincent Sallas is the son of a loeal plumber. i-ka 1 t k w a l. BKUintMtiuuuj early atternoon hours, there was a MEETING The Fraternal . Brother- j delightful tea time program presented hood, met last last night and held an j by Miss Ixitta Falen who sang a group initiation. After this a very entertain- : of songs in her usual attractive, man ing program was rendered, consisting ! ner. Mrs. Brown was assisted by Miss of n duet by the Misses Sargent and May Noble and Miss Analena An Fitch. some very clever dancing by derson. Mr. White and the singing of the Banner" by Mr. and The entire assembl- Mrs. McMahen. age Jollied age .louied in on the chorus of tne nationaJ tiniiiem. After the program, the lodge spent the- remainder of the evening in dancing. BUSINESS GIRLS TO I PICNIC 1 The Business Girls' club will give a picnic Thursday evening at the Hole in the Rock, for which tickets may bo secured from Miss Porter of the Y. W. C. A. or Miss Wise, chili presi dent, who may be found at the court house. The picnic plans are delightful and the club is anticipating a Jolly time. The truck will leave the down j town offices of the Y. W. C. A.. 127 j North Central avenue, at o'clock, j TO SET CONVENTION DATE j The annual meeting of the Arizona j Congress of Mothers and Parent-I Teacher Associations will lie held in 1 March.. The date of the convention will be definitely determined thiH week when the program committee will sub mit Its report at a special session of the board. Serving on the committee are Mrs. K. A. T?cane. chairman. Mrs. Frank T. Alkire and Mrs. Karl Ream who tire outlining a series of subjects on reconstruction to be discussed at the annual gathering. ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Curry and Mr. and Mrs. C R. McCurry entertained informally ei i,Liie-i llllVJI lll.lll. with bridge Thursday evening at the former's home, 811 North First street. A red and white color scheme used in decoration was carried out in artistic use. of roses. The bridge prizes were won by Mrs. James A. Parker and George W. Kays. The guests were Mr. and Mrs C. A. Cut. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kays. Mrs. Kdgar Orr. Mrs. James A. Parker. Mrs. Isabellej McCurry, Mis Winnie O'Connor, Miss Gertrude O'Conner, Hugh Miller and Fred Johnson. 25TH ANNIVERSARY Celebrat ing their twenty-fifth wedding anni versary with a delightful reception at which they entertained 100 guests. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Duncan save a well-arranged affair at the Madison Improvement club Friday evening. The. occasion not only celebrated the quarter of a century of marriage but the return of the son of the host. Byron Duncan, who has been in over seas service. The feature of the ev ening was dancing while several j musical numbers by local favorites added to the eniovment. t IQOECTCn AC Al irti r ki r li v I.ouis Adams was arrested yesterday by Detective M. Joe Murphy as an alien enemy, but later was released on the authority of M. Chator, of the department of justice, on receipt of a telegram from Washington, I). C. Adams has been circularized all over the country by the Los Angeles draft officials. At the time of his arrest he had in his possession a trunk and two stiit cases. In them were found mys terious li'inids supposed to be for the purpose of removing Ink. There were also crayons, and German books, con tained In the trunk. Adams was in Arizona In 1914 and 1916 and was well known in the Jerome district. He was arrested at the Fnion hotel. LIBERTY BONDS We Buy All Issues for Cash Occidental Life Insurance Company O'Neill Buildinq Loans Easy TO CET up to $159 on your furni ture, piano, automobile, live stock. Implements, etc. Don't be without money. Just phone us for ir. forma tion. The rest is easy. Ample funds. Courteous treatment. Strictly con fidential. MUTUAL LOAN CO. 1500 Grand Ave. Phone 139S . Office Hours: ,8 a. m. to 5 p. m. 3 1 PKOEHX DfMDS HIE TAKEN BY OUTSIDER I.ysand r Cussidy. formerly of this city, who h; new associated with th" Federal Land hank of Berkeley, Cali- forma, the i lever.' h lank district, is still federal reserve a. hooster for Phoenix as shown by his recent nddi- tional purchase of Phoenix securities. i bonds of the Home Builders. Follow- 1 mis is a loiter no nas written to mo Home guilders: "fieiitlemen: I have received your letter of February 3 enclosing; bonds 13 and 144 for $."j00 each, all coupons attached. "If you can let me have $1,000 more of these bonds let me know and I will send you the clVk. "I regard these bonds as better bonds nlil" u"1 a"" eg ." mi in the bond markets and hu h draw a lower r.ttc of interest. "Your verv trulv, "LYSAXDKR CASSIDY." -Business in Arizona is good, a- Su' F"noieo. district represonta- tive. who arrived in Phoenix yesterday. By previous appointment they met at McArthur Brothers, the local dealers, the Dodge representatives from all over the state, discussing present bus iness and probable prospects. This morning they will go to Chand ler to plav golf on the famous San Marcos links, and tomorrow will leave lor Globe over the Apache trail via P.ooseveh. Their trln has included Denver. San Francisco and Los Angeles, and the leport business good and getting bea ter, all over the southwest. Mrs. Orville Harry Brown was host ess of the Country club tea vesterdav, the initial of a scries of similar events to be given throughout the season. In addition to bridge, which occupied the Among those there were Robert Brownfield. Mrs. II. W. .Ashury, Mrs. A. c. Meyueen. Mrs. Donald McQueen, Mis. C. E. Netlleton. Mrs. A. A. Johns, Mrs. Win Wvfie, Mrs. C. F.. Howard, Mrs. George Brockway, Mrs. Frank Baum. Mrs. F. L. Zimmerman, Mrs. Marshall Broackway. Mrs. M. V. Bord ers, Mrs John Aitken, Mrs. R. E. Rowe, Mrs. Riordan, Mrs. I K. Parr. Mrs. R. N. Monigan. Mrs. U K. I-anferman, Miss Verde Butler, Miss Myrtle Butler, Miss Kloanor Lewis and Miss Marie Dewis. 0 mi That their troubles began when she refused to sign her husband's exemp tion papers was the claim made by Mrs. Jona E. Powell in Judge Lyman's court yesterday where she secured a divorce from Guy B.' Powell, a railroad man. Mrs. Powell stated on the witness stand that she would not claim exemp tion from military service for Powell , , r . .,- , . , ' . . k V ,, 1 i-u . ' . "1 I occasion when he wrenched her arm ; with such force that she became un conscious from the pain. Her son by a former marriage corroborated her j testimony and neightbrs testified as ; to the happening and the fact that I they saw Powell make a hurried" es ' cape from the house. HIGH OFFICERS IViEET DODGE AGENTS HERE MANY ATTEND FIRST TROUBLE WHEN WIFE REFUSED EXEMPTION The development of fashion is a constantly progres sive evolution beauty ward.' It seems trite to say now, 1 hat this spring styles are more charming, more artistic, more beautiful than ever before. Special Depart ment for made to order and make over work. S OS-- .TH.".-1' sW i ,1 Jam aside lor the winter. Give Us a Trial Arizona Dyeing & Cleaning Works 235 E. Washington' , - . ' --r. Phone 3008 Wc would remind the lilors and Soldiers now needing civilian overcoats, suits, hats, shirts, collars, etc., etc., that and-so-forths here include the best of everything; they wear. Overcoats. Among them jur famous ' Scotch Mists:' the handsomest sort of fair-weather overcoats, rain-proofed. Suits, The type of cloth ing that's acceptable to men of taste. The snug waist effect, if you prefer it, but nothing freaky. Shoes. Tn particular our Edwin Clapp which pro vide for a continuance of the same foot comfort men in the Army anil Navy are now used to. The best of everything for men and young men. McDougall & Cassou "SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE" el Fickas INSURANCE SURETY BONDS Business Conducted MRS. MEL FICKAS 17 North First Ave. Phoenix, Arizona Hulett's Skin Food 30c. dots make the skin smooth one ap plication. ELVEY & HULETT Adams and First Ave., Phoenix DANCING IS POPULAR The Academy of Dancing continues to be a favorite place of amusement by the ' dancing population of Phoenix. The floor is excellent and the, music fur nished by "Sonny" Clay's southern : melody makers" is delightful. Mr.' Stern, professor of modern dancing, is now giving both class and private les sons at the academy. 11-1:3 E. Adams Opposite Adams Hotel Ladies' Hats We make a specialty of cleaning velvet and all other fancy hats. It makes them look like new, and also prevents the moths from destroying while 11 All Loop Cars Stop COMPARE THESE PRICES With the prices you have been paying and you have the secret of our success DRUGS and NEEDED ARTICLES Senna Leaves, o r 3 packages wt)C Epson Salts, IK 16 oz Oil Eucalyptus, per ounce per bottle : . . Lavoris, per bottle Glycerin, three ounces Djerkiss Face Powder Java Rice Powder Woodbury Face Powder Mavis Talcum Powder Colgate Talcum Powder Djerkiss Talcum Powder Horlick's Malted Milk 40c, 80c, $2.95 WE MEET ALL BASKETERIA PRICES. 1- -TTfWl trvvn out WXi JJJ!j1jIVjK Sulphur, 16 ounces Peroxide, eight ounces Peroxide, 16 ounces bottrSe!!zer:. 10c,25c,50c,$l Glycerine and Rose Water, three ounces Castor Oil, three ounces Sun's Special Oil Spray DE VILBISS ATOMIZER Williams' Talcum Powder Hind's Honey and Almond Cream Pebeco Tooth Paste Colgate Tooth Paste Velvet Tooth Paste Meritol Tooth Paste Palm Olive Soap Jergin's Glycerin Soap Colgate's Shaving Soap '. Woodbury's Soap Pluto Water, bottle 'DRIVE-IT" Is Our Williams' Shaving Soap . Sun's Special Hard Water Soap Resinol Soap Tip-Top Soap We carry a full line of Elizabeth Arden Toilet Articles LUNCH AT THE CLEANEST FOUNTAIN IN PHOENIX All Sandwiches 10c Hot Chocolate as it should be made. No charge for Ice Cream deliveries. . Sterilized Dishes. IT PAYS TO GET IT AT THE SUN ffl$Zfoi 't JS-Sr.ip.) - t , t I. at the Sun Corner Aft - r J-tlL 20c, 45c, 90c r A Out or AOK, RKn OO C AKn TtOC OQ OC 9K jOI iq. i-Ot , A( tut x KEE 15c 15c 25c 25c , 25c 40c $1.35 18c 45c 45c 23c 25c 25c 10c 10c 10c 23c i5cand35c Own Rheumatic Remedy 10c 10c 25c 20c FREE MOTORCYCLE DELJVC!"