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PAii: six TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MOBX1XG, JANUARY 7, 1919 ' a: Z 'A. Vowr Earning Power Depends largely upon your eyesight. If poor tight it slowing up your progress consult us. Northrup Optical Co. 9 E. Adams St. Phons 690 for appointment DR. I. G. MXT NEW SYSTEM DENTIST Monihon Building Office Phone 605 36 East Washington St. Above Goldbergs' Clothing Store Phone 3089 Phoenix Seed and Feed Co. Wholesale and Retail 125 East Jefferson St. E. S. WAKELIN GROCER WHOLESALE Constable Ice and Fuel Co. WOOD, COAL, KINDLING Phone 1555 WANTED SECOND HAND SACKS PHOENIX WOOD & COAL CO. 223 South Third St. Mack Gardner Buys DIAMONDS AND LIBERTY BONDS FOR CASH 45 N. Central Ave. Guaranteed TITLES Phoenix Title & Trust Co. ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPLY CO. The Only EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE Hardware House in the State Phoenix Flour Mills Flour, Feed, Seed PHOENIX, ARIZ. Van Buren oY Ninth Sts. All Makes of Typewriters FOLD. RENTED AND REPAIRF.D We buy second hand typewriters. The McNeil Co. 128 W. Washington St LIBERTY BONDS We Buy All Issues for Cash Occidental Life Insurance Company O'Neill Building Expert Truss FITTING ELVEY & HULETT Quality Druggists ' TO GET up to $150 on your furni ture, piano, automobile, live stock, implements, tte. Don't be without money. Just phone us for informa tion. The rest it easy. Ample funds. Courteous treatment. Strictly con fidential. ' MUTUAL LOAN CO. 1M Grsrsd Ave. . I.-1 rQt H;uf: 8 a. m. to 5 p. rn Loans Easy LrJROSE TREE n J I5W ADAMS-PH0NE 1317 L GATES 3TIRE5 Authorized Service Station New L-,un 28-30 N. Second Ave. WATER REPORT FOR MARCH 6 Elevation of water in reservoir aere feet 149.25 Contents, acre feet 399,303 Iain in acre feet 1,537 Elevatton of water in reservoir one. rear ago 192.05 Contents, year ago Normal flow- Normal flow, year ago .... Water used, north side Water used, south side . . . S68..".S4 ! . Flood :m.3:o :s,:i WEATHER" FORECAST Arizona Partly cloudy with snow north portion Friday afternoon or night; Saturday generally fair, not much chance in temperature. Southern C;t iifemia : Cloudy Friday. West Texas: Friday generally fair; Saturday partly cloudy. Cooler except in southeast. WEATHER REPORT m 9 3 Station ! a a Boston , Buffalo Chicago 1 icnver ....5t ...IS ...30 . . .32 44 " T.D :;s 40 r.x .".; Clear Clear Cloudy Pt. Cldy Cloudy Itain Clear Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear It. Cldy Cloudv Pt. Cldy Clear PL Cldy Snow Clear .10 ."0 .no .02 .oo .Ml .00 .00 .00 .'10 .00 .00 .10 .00 .00 .s .00 Flagstaff :! Fresno .'-4 Galveston Kansas Citv . . . IOS Angeles .. Minneapolis Needles ........ New nivalis . . . New York T'HOKNIX Pittsburg Portland. Ore. . . St. Iot:is Salt I-ike City San Diego .... San lTancisco . Spokane Tucson a,shington . ... Winnipeg Yuma .r.4 .32 ,H0 .24 .cs .r.4 A .tie .no .4i .:: .SO .r.4 .40 .HO .40 .14 44 69 "4 SO ,".S 3S 6(1 r.s 40 44 IS 7 .oo .00 .IS .00 .0't .10 .02 .00 Local Weather Yesterday a.m. 6 p.m. Temperature, degrees 3 Kti Tenijx-mture of evaporation.:'."! 4 Humidity, per cent "r 1", Wind direction W SW Wind velocity, miles 2 5 ! Rainfall . .'. 0 0 ' Weather Clear Clear i Highest yesterday lowest ester-day 37 Total rainfall 0 Iefi ienc y in temierature yesterday, f degrees. D'tt iency in temperature since the first of the month. 2S degree. Accumulated deficiency in tempera ; ture nince January 1. Mti derrees. j Normal precipitation January 1 to date. 2.0 1 inches. ' Actual precipitation January 1 to 1 date. .97 Inch. Accumulated deficiency since Janu j aiy 1, 1.04 inches. ROBERT Q. GRAXT. - OBITUARY - Funeral of E. M. Clark Funeral services for li. SI. Clark, who died March 1, 1W. will be held this af ternoon at 4 o'clock at the Central Christian church. Kev. W. S. Huchanan will be in charge. Durial will be in Creenwooil cemetery. Mrs. Jioy Hadditk has arrived from Anaconda, Montana, to lie at the fun eral of her father. o P TODAY'S CALENDAR i n Missionary Society to Meet The Women's Foreign Missionary Society of the First M. K. church will meet at J:2o o'clock this afternoon at the home of Mrs. tY. C. Kills. K'4J ' North Central avenue. Pythian Sisters to Sew The Pythian sisters will sew all day In the Hed Cross rewing room, in the War Work building today. There is a great deal of sewing to be completed for the lied Cross, and those in charge desire a large attendance. First Baptist Women To Sew Tile women of the First Baptist church will sew at the Ked Cross sew ing room. In the War Work building, from 10 to a o'clock today. Knights of Pythias Meeting Phoenix lodge number two. Knights of Pythian, will meet at the hall tonight at 7:?." o'clock. All members and vis iting knights are nrged to be present. After the regular meeting of the K. of P.. there will be a meeting of F.I Yemamah Temple number 65. at which the recently elected officers will be in stalled. Preparation will be made for the ceremonial to be held March 8. Meeting of Presbyteria There will lie a meeting of the Pres byteria of the Phoenix Presbyterian church all day today. Sessions com mence at 10, and 7:30. o'clock. There will be an address by Mrs. Tlnney and Mrs. Atdrich of San Francisco. Calvary Baptist Ladies Circle Members and friends of Calvary Bap tist Indies Circle are Invited to an all day lte, Cross sewing on Friday. March 7, at the home of Mrs..L. W. Coggtns. 4". Coronado road. An Interesting food demonstration will b one of the feat ures of the day. H0TEL ARRIVALS n- - Jefferson E. R. Putnam, Denver; C. M. Conklin. L A.; W. K. Cunningham; Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Best. N. Y.; Mr. Homer Best, X. y.: j. c. Bullard. Agiiila; Miss P. U King. City: Miss U rertior. of Grap&Uuts and cream con tains complce rni irihmervfc "for J j -the body's needs Howcon. City; Fred It. Overbce, Washington; Leroy Moore, Ross, Wy oming; A. M. Gilbert, S. F. ; C. H. Bry an: O. 11. I'arsons; J. W. Markhon. Sc ilgman; D. G. Kirsch; S. W. Clark, Casa Grande; John Fowle, Superior; N. Basho; N Cooper. S. F.; W. A. Scott and wife; vr. and Mrs. Tom Torbert, N. Y.; 1). F. Sullivan: Mrs. Schilling. , Tucson; H. M. Messenger, Chicago; 1'. H. Ogden, Chicago; F. I). West, El Paso; W. S. l;o-d: K A. Hughes; Guy I C. Welseh; W. F. Edwards, U A.; O. K. Livingston, Omaha; A. F. Culkins, St. j Louis: J. F. Burns, Sam Abbott, S. F.; i Charles Rollinsun, El Paso; D. B. Ob- I den. Clinton; Lon L. Rosenburg, Kl I P.i so, i Commercial Frank L. Hayden, Kay: I Jack Bouller, Bay; J. A. Cashlon; X. i Basha, Sonora: A. S. Graham. Globe; i L). D. Sullivan. Globe; George C. Chap ma nand wife, !. A.; J. G. Boulter. Bay; A. S. Brown and wife; B, T. Brown. Falgstaff; M. C. McNulty and wife, Prescott: A. L. Alpece, St. Louis!; Mrs. :. Woods, 'd. T. Evans. L. A.: Mrs. Grace Duval, Bi.sbee: Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Couglan; J. G. Karsky, S. .; Mrs. Al Buemiller, Bay; H. J. Parks, St. Louis; S. B. Hillyer. Chicago; A. C. Sager, Superior; George J. lawson; J. H. (Jaszner, Chicago; Bob Mitchell; Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bragman. Ray: Miss X. S. King. City; Miss I .1. Bowron, City; Ray Larson, City; Donald Gordon. Phoenix. Adams Robert E. Tally, Jerome; R. X. Fredericks, Prescott; Morris Cold water, Prescott: Willard Pace: J. H. Harrison, Nogales: L. Kocca. Tucson: I. Ohash, Japan; H. llulse. Denver: A II. Slaughter. Clifton: II. E. Icg. De troit; R. D. Wigton. Detroit: S. B. Ilcil yer. Chicago: Guy O. Welch. Tomb stone; V. '. Boyd, Tombstone: E. A. Hughes, Tombstone; Oscar Reynolds Denver: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Elliott, S. V.; Raymond R. Earhart. Nogales; I. Burgoon, Nogales: Lou'- Koller, V.". W. Srholl, Yumr- John M. Webster, Clifton. o 1 -o TOWN TOPICS MOTHER DIES Harry Kennedy, of this city, has been called to San Fran cisco by the death of his mother, Mrs. Caroline Kennedy. MRS. THOMAS HAYDEN IMPROV ING Mrs. Thomas Hayden is recov ering nicely from a serious illness with which she has recently been suffering. BUY HOME IN GILBERT Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bechtel have bought the Wayland residence in Gilbert, and will make their home there. TIRE MAN HERE J. O. Ward, manager of the Los Angeles branch of the Miller Rubber company, makers i of "Geared to the Road" tires, is in I Thoenix on a business visit. CALLED TO COAST Mrs. J. K. Diamond of S04 Kast Van Buren street ! been called to Los Angeles by tho j Injury of her son in a motorcycle acci I dent there. It is thought the young I mans injuries are not dangerous. VISITING COUNTY SCHOOLS A. L. Jones, county school superintendent, yesterday began a tour of inspection of the schools of the county, making his first visit to the public schools of Scottsdale. Today the superintendent will visit the Mesa schools. RECORD RECEIPTS Postoff ice re ceipts for the month of February to talled J20.313.49, which is JS.024.6t greater than the receipts for February 131S. Xot only is the gain a substantial one, but February, 1919. has the addi tional honor of being the largest sec ond month of the year in the office's historv. I LEAVE FOR GRAND CANYON Mrs. A. K. Frankforter and her son. Newton Berry, leave this morning for the Grand Canyon to attend the li beral of their son and brother, Italph Berry, who died of pneumonia. Ralph , is survived by his mother and - two j brothers, Newton and Sam. and a sis- , ter. Miss Manel Frankforter. HERE FROM OVERSEAS Captain j Irving de R. Miller, w ho has been In j Red Cross service overseas, returned to j Phoenix yesterday. He is the pruest of Lieutenant Edward Marshall. Captain I Miller, who had large ranch interests; here before the war, plans to again be identified with the citrus growers of! the valley. J THESE WILL MARRY Marriage ' licenses were issued yesterday to Carl Fred Schneider, 35 Bishee and Miner va Little. 37, Pisbee: M. I. r.ountree, 31. Phoenix and. Maud McCoy, 24. Phoe nix; Juan H. Zarneta, "i. Phoenix and Elaira Yslas, 18, Phoenix: Frank B. Iturridge, 29, Phoenix and Frances Mc Nultv, i". Phoenix. ARNOLD BLUMENTHAL ARRIVES Arnold IUumenthal, of company F.. 353rd infantry, 89th division, arrived in Hoboken, Monday, according to a telegram received by his sister, Dorothy Blumenthal. Arnold Blumentha! was in a hospital for threo months, but in now feeling fine. His Phoenix home is at 378 North Fourth avenue. TALKS OF INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL Mrs. Thomas K. Campbell will ad dress the Mesa Woman's club this aft ernoon on the subject of the industrial school at Fort Grant. The governor's wife has visited the state institution a score of times and has delivered a series of interesting lectures relative to the conditions there before the city and rural clubs of this county. Mrs. Roland C. Dryer, who has apieared on programs with Mrs. Campbell, will also speak in Mesa today. o S'E IT Korricks' Employes' Benevolent so-1 ciety held its annual ball and enter- tainment at the Arizona School of Music last night. There was a large i attendance of members of the society! and their friends. The entertainment consisted of a dance and delightful program. For those who didn't care to dance, cards ; and tables were provided, so that everyone in attendance were made ; happy. The following took part in the , program : ! Miss Clara Hazzard, vocal soloist: j Miss Gladys Landsay, whistler; Miss Hazel HowleitU violinist; Mrs. Lee Carter, cornetist; Miss Ferguson, to, dancer. Billy Cochran entertained the audience with a well chosen vaudu- ' ville selection. , Last year the society paid out over, JS00 to members for Illness benefits. It has been a great success and has many well wishers in other cities as well at in Thoenix. A telegram from Charlea Korrick, now In New York, waa received by the society last night. In which It waa congratulated and wished a happy time, Mr. Korrick expressed his regrets at not being able to be present The officers of . the society are as follows: E. 8. Yarwood, president: W. T. Chalmers, vice president; Alfred Du ron, treasurer: Miss Don Read, sec retary. There are about 100 mem bers. The second installment of city taxes are now due and will become delinquent April 14, 1S19 If not paid on or before that time a penalty will he added T. TItEVILUAN, City Assessor Tax Coll. (Advertisement) bs o . Sandusky Tractors, slxej 10-20 and 13.55. Prompt delivery, dependable service. Birkett Co, Adams and First street. Phoenix. Adv. rt HOLD ENTER mm BELGIUM HAS TERRITORIAL AMBITIONS 't i. . niu LIEGE i Siadcd part ot map shotrs Flemish portion of Belgium; solid black portions are the parts of Holland and the Duchy of Luxemburg that Belgium desires to annex. DarirtR their occupation of Bel-1 tate under German protection. With jian territory the Germans in-1 the defeat of the Germans the Flem trifrued to bring about a division of ; isn renewed their loyalty to King Heleium into Flemish and Walloon1 Albert, and are now advocating the : ,i j j . i expansion of their country to include provinces and succeeded m estab-.t,, Dutch territory S0Jth of the hshing a council of Flanders, which . Scheldt and Limburg. Belgium also was to be put in control of the new ' desires Luxemburj. UNIVERSITY REGENTS n con STRONG Governor Campbell yesterday an nounced the appointments of the mem bers of the board of regents of the university under the new law. The board is the strongest the university has ever had. The members named yesterday with the professions or busi ness represented by them are: John H. Campbell, attorney, of Tuc son, and William Scarlett of Phoenin, clergy, whose terms expire in 1921. John G. Compton of Tucson, labor, and T. A. Riordan of Flagstaff, lie stor k and lumber, whose terms ex pire in 19-1. K. W. Wells of Prescott, banking, and William J. Bryan. Jr, of Tucson, alumni association, whose terms ex pire in 1923. Kpes Randolph of Tucson, transpor tation, and L. D. Ricketts of Warren, mining, whose terms expire in 19-7. The senate immediately on receliv of these nominations confirmed them. Dean Scarlett and Mr. Bryan were members of the board on the accession of Governor Campbell. Dr. Ricketts was formerly a member of the board. TIRE THIEVES TODAY II. It. Prince and W. T. Prince, ar tested early yesterday morning by llarrv Oaskin of the police patrol in j the Hotel Alturas, will be arraigned before Justice Wheeler this morning on the charge of stealing tires from the Sanfley store at First and Mon- ! roe streets. The Princes were arrested by Of ficer (laskin in the hotel after he had seen them throw some tires into their motor car and as a matter of pre caution taken the number of the car. When he found later that the Saufley store hail been robbed of four expen sive casings anil tubes he looked up the car he had previously noticed and traced it soccupants to the hotel room where the rubber goods were found. u Wells Bennett and Roy Artley, Cali fornia motorcycle racers and enthu siasts, arrived yesterday from San Dieo. from whence they came on a trial run, preparatory to attempting to break the motorcycle speed recoro. between this city and San Diego. At present the record is held by Boido, who made the trip in 14 hours ! and eight minutes running time. I Bennett and Artley will- start from j San Diego on March 8. They will ! stop over night at Yuma and continue i into Phoenix the next day. They will I come by way of El Centro, Holtvilie, Yi.ma. Agua Caliente, Buckeye, and finish in front of the Phoenix Cycle company, IDS r.ast Adams street, of this city. TO UN ALLEGED W LL TRY TO LOWER mm Great War Posters Free to Every Reader of TheArizonaRepublican Twenty-four of the greatest war posters have been made into a booklet' by the American government. They are the work of soma of the best American and foreign artists. They vividly portray every impulse and emotion of war its pity and horror, its rush and thunder, its purposes and hopes, its call to service both at home and on the fighting line. They are the very spirit of the war in pictures! Any American citizen can obtain free a copy of this graphic war book a priceless souvenir of a great epoch in American history. Write at once. Get your letter in the first mail so you will be sure to get a copy before the supply gives out. Write your name and address plainly on the attached coupon. ARIZONA REPUBLICAN INFORMATION BUREAU Freqorio J. Haskin, Director, Washington, D. C. Enclosed find a two-cent stamp, for which you will please send me, entirely free, copy of the War Poster Book. Name Street Addrest City , a 111 EADS GREAT SERVICE AT C The service at the Central. Christian church was largely attended last night and one of the best sermons thus far was given. Jt. W. Pollock led an en thusiastic song service assisted by the large chorus. " Rev. Knowies spoke on the "Reward of Faith." The sermon was Illustrated by a large chart on which were a pair of balances. On one side hung "Faith" and on the other a series of weights lebeled "skepticism." "morality," "without church," "without baptism," "second chance," etc. Kach of these in turn was weighed against faith. Speaking of skepticism, Mr. Knowies said : "Skepticism, by which we mean all sorts of unbelief, whether atheism, in fidelity or what not skepticism can not be of more value than faith, for even if Christianity is false it cannot hurt us. We are better for believing it anyway. Who ever heard of skepti cism blessing a man in any way? Did you ever hear a man say "I have owed you J4. for the past six years for a store bill, but I have been convinced that there is no -God, so I am going to pay you'." Did you ever hear a drunk ard say 'I have been in the gutter for many years and I have neglected mv family and all my obligations, but I 1 have recently been convinced there is I proved May IS, 1917. no hell or heaven and that the bible is "To any person who is entitled to re not inspired therefore I am going to j tired pay. quit drinking and be a man?' No, you "To the heirs or legal representatives never did, and you never will. Skepti cism doesn't do th.lt fur a mm hnl Christianity will." Weighing morality against faith Mr. Knowies said that he respected moral ity as such, but it could never take the place of faith. If the moralist is right, the Christian has nothing to lose, for his faith does not make him immoral. Hut if the Christian is right, the moral ist is unprepared for the great here after. Speaking of hypocrites in this connection, Mr. Knowies wittily said: "You who are stumbling over the hypocrite must remember that lie is ahead of you. I never saw a man stumble over a thing that was behind him, unless he himself was walking backward. "If universalism is right," raid Mr. Knowies, "in its contention that all men are, to be saved, the Christian has nothing to lose by his position, for be too, will be saved. But if the univer 3alist is WTons. be has everything to lose in comparison with the man of faith. It is true that Christ tasted death for every man, but it is also true that all men are not going to be saved. Woman was made for man, but not every man has a wife. The man without the church came next in comparison. "If he can be saved, surely the man in the church can. God will not con demn a man for being a member of the church. Can a man be a Christian without the church?" asked Mr. Knowies. "Did you ever see a soldier that was not a member of an army? t.ver see a citizen without a country. or a married man without a wife? The fact is that what makes you a Chris- tion, makes you a member of the church." The service tonight will begin at 7:45 and a cordial invitation is extended to all to attend Sandusky Tractors, sizes 10-20 and 15-35. Prompt delivery, dependable ' service. Birkett Sr Co.. Adams and First street. Phoenix. Adv. tf Eichenbroner's Orchestra. Phone 225G. McDougall & Cassou TODAY Shoe Sale Edwin Clapp Shoes, dQ r7(f Broken Lines PO I Howard & Foster .. &n r7fT Broken Lines PO. I O Odds and Ends (gQ Qf? in Oxfords ipO.OO Hats $Z75 Suits $22.50 E Just what soldiers not in active ser vice must do in order to get the $60 bonus which congress has granted them, and to what persons this bonus is available is interesting information just received by Colonel Charles W. Harris, adjutant general. It was in the form of a telegram which has been sent to all commanding officers in the United States. Those to whom this shall NOT be paid are as follows: "To any person who though ap pointed or inducted into the military or naval forces or on prior to Novem ber 11, 1918, had not reported for duty at his station on or prior to such date. "To any person who has already re ceived one month's pay under the pro visions of Section 9 of the Act entitled An act to authorize the president to increase temporarily the military estab- hshment of the Lnited htates, ap- of any person entitled to any payment under this section who has died or may die before receiving such payment. "In the case of any person who sub sequent to separation from the service as above specified has been appointed or Inducted into the military or naval forces of the United States and has been or is again separated from the service as above specified, only one payment of $60 shall be made. "All persons separated from active military service after receipt of these instructions who are entitled to the bonus of $60 provided for in the act above quoted will be credited with and paid such bonus upon their final pay- vouchers. "In the event that they have been separated from active service prior to receipt of these instructions, but have not yet received final pay, the disburs ing officer making final settlement will include and pay the bonus of $60 in making such' settlement. "All persons separated from active military service from April 191", to date of receipt of these instructions, who are entitled to the $60 bonus in reference, and who have received their final pay, will forward claim for tsuch bonus di rect to the Zone Finance Officer, Lo man Building, Washington, D. C who is hereby designated to settle such claims. "Such application must contain: (a) The discharge certificate, or order for discharge or relief, if no certificate was issued, but both certificate and order if both .were issued, the paper bearing I endorsement of final payment being re- j quired; (b) a statement of all military service since April 6, 1917, showing HOW TO GET THE U BONUS AND WHO AR ENTITLED TO BE PAID FREE Scientific Almanac A GET YOURS NOW Do you remember the old Almanac that hung behind the kitchen stove? It was generally published by some Pill Company It had all the dope about the Moon and the Sun When they j-ise and when they set And jokes and curious facts. And stories of Wonderful cures. Those pills had made. The old Almanac was pretty good reading and handy to have. But its advice about health was not always scientifically correct. Now the United States Public Health Service. Has cribbed that Almanac idea. It has published an Almanac of its own. It has no pills to sell. But it has a lot of advice about Health and Sanitation. That it wants to give to you. An this advice comes from the best doctors in the United States. ,Which are the best doctors in the world. This Almanac too, contains the dope about the Sun and the Moon. And the curious facts that are Interesting to read. And it also contains boiled, down, expert medical advice for each month in the year. What diseases are especially prevalent and how to avoid, them. v How to keep your home as well as your body. Sanitary and safe. , To get .your free copy, write today, while the supply lasts, to FREDERIC J. HASKIN, Washington Information Bureau, of THE ARI ZONA REPUBLICAN, WASHINGTON, D. C. Enclose a two-cent stamp for postage. Say Almanac. WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY. "Burnetts" I 1 Burnetts Extracts Are Known From Coast to Coast and have been on the market since they are rec ognized as the leading ex tract bv all connoiseurs. 'Maple Extracts" is the latest addition to their line with a 35c bot tle of Burnetts Maple Ex tract and fiftv cents pure cane sugar the housewife is able to make what would cost you ready made double eighty-ficc cents and have a syrup equal to the finest Vermont maple syrup. For Sale By Arizona Grocery Company place and date of reporting at first mil itary station, and (c) address to which check is to be sent. "When settlement is made, all per sonal papers will be returned to appli cant with check. No further corre spondence Is necessary, except to ad vice of change in address of appli cant No other disbursing officers are authorized to pay claims covered by this paragraph." o ATTENTION OFF FELLOWS AND REBECCAS Special meeting Friday night at 7:30 p. m. account of official visit of Eliza beth Toppen, president of Rebekah assembly. Visiting Odd Fellows and Rebekahs cordially invited. It o Sandusky Tractors, sizes 10-20 and 15-35. Prompt delivery, dependable service. Birkett & Co., Adams and First street, Phoenix. Adv. tf Use The Republican classified Pages for Results Read for Profit. We Want -CATTLE- of all kinds. Phone us your location and our buyer will call. KINGMAN Phone 8 Glendale or G. A. 159J2 Glendale White 51 L 1 TIRE PRESERVER SAVES IME ROUBLE IRES UBES Demonstrated and for sale' at Van's Tire House 31 South First Ave. 1 1 u . ' 1, i1 r.