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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1919
BY UHDER" TO V01E1 ELEGTION TUESDAY! I DFSEGUR1TIESTDUSE A mm ire IN THE WORK H was stated yesterday from the of fices of Judge R. K. Sloan, attorney for i the so-called "Dry landers,'' that all I of those entitled to vote at the last Using modern and improved para- j gcnera election of the Water Users' phcrmilia, the ritualistic work of the i association and at the special election Knights and ladies of Security will be j when money was voted for the purpose exemplified by William A. I'.iby, na- i of installing pumping plants, by reason tional treasure', at what is expected to J of ,ne Mandamus actions brought be, an unusually interesting meeting of i against the association, would be en- tho order on Thursday evening, April S, at the K. of r. hall on Washington street' A class of more than 100 is to be ad- 'r, ,.. rin-iiiiin is nn i tion. Those "Dry landers" not includ- titled and permitted to vote at the coming Water Users' election Tuesday. This' was stipulated between the "Dry landers" and the Water Users' associa- ed in the former suits will not be al lowed to vote at the coming election. It was also made known by the attor neys that where the owners of land were parties to the former suits and had been given the right to vote, that subsequent purchasehs of that land would also be entitled to vote at this election. CI TY BALL AT E advanced measure in fraternal work on Ihc part of the Knights and Ladies of Security, they being the first society in the I 'listed States to ayail themselves of the. motion pictures" in the por trayal of the lessons of fraternity out lined by their ritual. The picture film n l.'Ji'O feet was produced by one of the leading Chicago motion picture com panies, under the personal supervision of a nrll-knnwn movie director. In the coming of .Mr. llihy to Phoe- i nix. as tin. guest of the local orgatii.a- ; lion, personally conducting the entire;' evening's entertainment, a typical il- j lustration is offered of the. efficiency! Which science has provided in the pres- j cnt generation over the old order of things m the past, when it would have ! rien necessary for htm to have been 1 accompanied by a company of 30 well- ; trained degree staff officers and drill ! . , , ., . ,, . ., . team, supplemented hv a baggage car i .The annual charity ball of the board uf .scenic paraphernalia, to put on the i ! vhsltors f - lukc x home will be same "show" which a single, individual 1 K,von at tne Woman s club on the Is today able to produce with a ittie i evening of April 23. magic machine no larger than a suit- ! rh,s announcement was made, last a and which the operator carries i pvenlns by 3Irs- W' G- Hartranft, about as he would an ordinary handbag ! cnairman ot tne board, who stated . The local committee in charge of thejtlult lhe original date, Easter Monday, demonstration on April 3 consists of- had to be changed in view of the fact 3 J. I'. Flowers, master of ceremonies: Acnes lleCabe, chairman; Mrs. ('. K. Winters, .Mrs. Hilda Morrell, Mrs. J. V, Hoishman, Mrs. Huron, Mrs. Jenkins, Airs. Carpenter. A m EARTH HIGH I! Hi WHISKEY JUDE that the Fifth Liberty loan campaign would be launched on that evening. Many of the returned soldiers who were eagerly looking forward to the dance called the committee's attention to the date which was immediately changed. The invitations for the dance will be issued m a few days, and the affair will as usual be the most not able social event of the year. IE SAYS MAN MAY There is more buried treasure in Arizona today than during the pioneer eriod, according to Justice Charles ) Sales Wheeler who is of the opin ion ; hat the ma.ster bootleggers make '.his disposition of their stock. Justice W heeler, before whom scores lie. I i li.iuor ca-ses. stated yesterday I hat the very condition of the bottles v-hen brought into court as exhibits Hbow that they have been buried. lie believed that ihey are placed in the ground for safekeeping, that it would he considered dangerous by the !i crape bootlegger to have the liquor In Ins possession in the town where he rperates, "ll is my theory that the liquor is buried and that, small quantities are brought bi town from time to time nd sold. We have often noted the Sirt and sand on the bottles intro ihiced in court." said the presiding Jus'ice of the cast precinct. SPAIISIIffiSTO ALSO H MS RID HOLD ANNUAL BALL AT L ARCADIA HALL APRIL 2 Wednesday evening April 2, at Ar c'dii,, hall the regular dance of the United Spanish War Veterans camp and the womens' auxiliary will be held. This year the dance is being given later than usual, due to the "flu" and fiber drawbacks, but the worthiness of the cause, ;rnd the calls made on the organization from time to time. makes this one of the important means 01 raising money for the benefit fund if both organizations. Many ouestions have been asked of lb" committee regarding whether the cJa-i. e would be a dress affair, and whether formal invitations would be necessary or not- To these questions !'. committee desires to reply that nil are cordially invited to attend the dance and that it will be strictly an informal good time, without even the usual restrain of programs. Besse's orchestra have promised to use extra care in selecting military music full of "pep" and no pretense of any kind v ill be made, except to guarantee real lancing on lhe finest floor in the state, to good music for a worthy cause. The tickets will be 50 cents per per son, and can be purchased from any jnember of either organization or at the door on the night of the dance, :ind the committee looks for a large irnnii a.s Phoenix has always stood loyally by its war veteran organization. Judge Stanford yesterday decided that a man cannot be enjoined from changing his mind, and that the city cannot be enjoined from enforcing its ordinances, or words to that effect, W. T. Prince had an auto stand in front of the Munson optical store, with the consent of Dr. Munson. But the doctor changed his mind and withdrew his consent, and the city au thorities chased Prince's machine away, as per the ordinance. Whereupon Prince, through his at torney, Pugh and Brumbach, applied to Judge Stanford's court for an order restraining Munson from withdrawing his consent, and restraining the city from removing him from the stand. Attorney B. M. Marks, for Munson, and Deputy City Attorney Nelson, en tered a demurrer to the facts stated, which was sustained, thus refusing to issue the restraining order asked. FINANCES AND MARKETS - HEARS OF FATHER'S DEATH Mrs. Minnie Smith has received word c"f the death of her father, J. W. Wooten, of Abilene Texas. The dece dent was 92 years of ape. Mrs. Smith lives at the Williams apartments, at Five Points. Fruit-Juice Essences Jiffy-Jell desserts carry real fruit flavors in es sence form, in vials. A wealth of fruit juice is condensed for each des sert. So you get a fresh fruit dainty, healthful and delicious. This is the new-type quick gelatine dessert five times as good as the old kinds. Loganberry and Pine apple are two of the best flavors. Try them. They're found only in 10 Flavort, at Your Croctr't 2 Packagei for 25 Cent , Republican A. P. Leased Wire NEW YORK, March 29. Specialties comprising the food and fertilizer di vision were the strongest and most active features of today's stock market at gains of 1 to 3 points. Oils, motors and motor specialties opened the lively trading at gains of 1 to 4 points, but these were largely if not wholly effected when steels, shipping and tobaccos began to react. Reactions in Vnited States steel, Chile copper and some of the invest ment rails which featured yesterday's strong market held within large frac tions or a point, an irregular tone rul ing at the end. Sales amounted to 530,000 shares. Actual loans and discounts of clear ing house banks contracted hv about $4.1,500,000 or more than $100,000,000 in the past fortnight; and a further de crease of almost 514,500,000 in excess reserves drew the total to below $30,- 000.000. Liberty bonds were firm, interna tionals eased -slightly and the general domestic list held steady. Total sales par value aggregated $8,575,000. Old I. nited States bonds were un changed on call during the week. THE WEEK IN FINANCE XEW YORK, March 29. Regardless of conflicting reports from abroad, much of this week's trading in stocks, at higher prices, was traceable to the conviction that events at the peace conference are progressing favorably. Quite as important in shaping the character of the trading were the un mistakable signs of future impetus in several important branches of indus try, as seen in the wider inquiry for finished and semi-finished steel, and a concurrent demand for copper. The United States steel annual re port is to issue early in the coming week, and is expected to throw a strong light on its vast financial re sources. To bankers the most significant fea ture of the February' foreign trade re port embraced the agricultural pro ducts, which were greater by $76,- 000.000 than in the same month of 1918. The free market for foreign exchange caused further depreciation in the value of pounds sterling, francs and lires, remittances to London ap proximating the lowest quotation of the war period. Exchange on neutral countries was also affected by these abnormal conditions from which no immediate relief is expected. COTTON NEW YORK, March 2D. Cotton closed steady net three points higher to 30 points lower on new style and 15 points higher to 15 points lower on old style months. CLEARING HOUSE RESERVES NKW YORK. March 29. The actual condition of clearing hoose banks ajid trust companies for the week show that they hold $29,307,560 reserves in excess of legal requirements. This is a decrease of $14,358,980 for last week. Pl TW CakeS'f ' S Price of Two i-' All Four Full Sized Cakes Yours for the This generous acquaintance offer is made to introduce you to our new ROSE BATH a pure white, daintily perfumed floating soap made especially for bath use. Its quality makes it a luxury soap; its moderate price an economy. It is handy in shape and generous in size. It has a quick, ample, thoroughly cleansing lather. We want to give you two full size cakes of this new bath soap for a thorough trial. So we make this special offer: Buy two cakes of your favorite Palm olive at the regular price and present the coupon. Your dealer will wrap up the two cakes of Rose Bath with this PALMOLIVE. Four, full size cakes of luxury soap yours for the price of two. Just tear out the coupon, sign it and take it to your regular dealer. Just say, "I want two cakes of Palmolive at the regular price and the two cakes of Rose Bath free! And do it without delay. Each dealer's supply is limited. 3-30-19 Republican, Phoenix, Arizona: This coupon, if presented within ten days, will be accepted as full payment for two cakes of Rose Bath Soap when the holder purchases two cakes of Palm olive Soap at the regular price. ' Only one coupon may be presented by each family and the name and address of the party receiving soap must be signed in full to the following: I hereby certify that I have this day purchased two cakes of Palmolive Soap from my dealer and received two cakes of Rose Bath Soap Free. Name NOTICE TO DEALERS: This coupon will be redeemed at U ;ents in cash when returned direct to The Palmolive Co., 382 Black Bldg., Los Angeles, Cab, providing the coupon Is signed In full with name and address of party receiving the soap. (W ablatel7 refnu to redeem conponi cut xrom newspaper purdiue. Dy aeuen - - LIBERTY BOND QUOTATIONS I i Furnished daily to The Republican j by R. Allyn Lewis, Hotel Adams j Building. j a 3Us, 1947 J99.08 1st 4s, 1947 94.52 2nd 4s, 1942 93.60 1st 4's, 1947 94.70 2nd 4'As, 1942 93.60 Srd 44S, 1928 95.1G 4th 4US, 1938 93.68 COPPERS Compiled for The Republican by H. Allyn Lewis, E. F. Hutton & Co.'s leased wire. Hotel Adams Building, 119 North Central Ave. METALS NEW YORK, March 19. The market for copper was comparatively Hiiet during the week just ended, hut prices were firmly maintained. To day's quotations for electrolytic ranged from K to New York and from lo'i to loVj delivered with some of the large interests (itiotintr 15',i to 1T,8 delivered. n- Anaconda Copper 60 Butte & Superior Co. ... 21Vb Calumet and Ariz 58 Cerro de Pasco 36 Chino 35 Green .- 43 '4 Inspiration 48 Kenneeott 32 Nevada Cons 16 '4 Ray Con 20 Shattuck ' 11 Uta.h 73 Ark. & Arizona 10 Big Ledge si Calumet and Jerome .... Dundee-Arizona Ts Green Monster -fir Hull Copper 20 Iron Cap 10 Jerome Verde Magma Copper 25 Magma Chief '.i New Cornelia lSVs Ray Hercules ............ 1 Silver King United Eastern i United Verde Ext S3 Verde Combination -n GRAIN CHICAGO, March 29 Close: Corn: May $1.47; July tl.Sitt. Oats: May 6Zc; July 62c. Pork: May $43.30 ;July $42.55. l'ird: July $27.42. Ribs: May $25.15; July $24.00. LIVESTOCK Chicago CHICAGO, March 29. (U. S. Bu reau of Markets) Hogs 8,000; strong to 10c higher than Friday's average. Bulk' of sales $19.4019.60; heavy weight $l.50(lfl.55; medium weight $19.30((il9.60; light weight $ 19.00(9 19.60; light light $17.65rdil9.25; sows $17.25'ffil9.O0; pigs $15.75(317.75. Cattle Receipts 1,000; compared with a week ago, good and choice beef steers 50c(75c higher; others and stockers and feeders 25c50c higher; medium to choice she stock 50c75c higher; others steady to 25c up. Pat hulls 25c40c lower; bolognas 25c; higher; veal calves 75c(Sil.OO lower. Sheep 2,000; compared with a week ago. good and best handy wool lambs &5criSl lower, in between grades and heavy lambs $1.00ai.50 lower; shorn Iambs COc(i75c lower; feeding lambs fully 25c lower; ilght yearlings 50c lower; sheep mostly steady. Kansas City KANSAS CITY, March 29. (U. S. Bureau of Markets) Hogs 1,800; steady. Heavies $19.35'19.40; lights $18.1519.20; pigs $15.00(318.26. Cattle 500; lower. Steers $9.85 19.00; light beef steers $9.85(5 18.85; cows and heifers $6.8515.00; calves $10.7514.00; stockers $S.35((f 15.75. Sheep 200; lower. Lambs $17.10 19.75; ewes $10.50(817.50. Denver DENVER, March 29. Cattle, 300; steady. Beef steers $14.2015.25; cows and heifers $7.85(312.25; stock ers and feeders $12.50(518.50; calves $13.7515.00. Hogs Receipts 700; steady. Top $19; bulk $18.8519.00. Sheep 1,000; market steady. Lambs $17.7519.00; ewes $12.25(g 14.25. 12 V: if. ni 40 10 ii 27 n 161,4 2 5 ?6 MERCANTILE PAPER Nf7W YORK, March 29. Mercantile paper j'ifiGH; sterling 60 day bills $4.54; commercial 60 day pills on hanks $4.53,i; commercial 60 day bills $4.53; demand $4.57; cables $4.58. Mexican dollars unchanged. Best Ever Offered Give Free $25,000 Corner Lot, 50x137 on East Washington St. You are to improve it. Also three stores and three warehouses of Gents' Furnishings, Furniture and Hardware. Will sell at 10 to 30 discount. Inquire Arizona Supply Co. 325-345 East Washington St. Specials for Monday QUALITY GOODS at Lowest Prices Combined with our two centrally located stores is why we do so much business. Pompeian Olive Oil, QcT small cans O I 1 ; .Black Eastern Walnuts, OK 1 2 pounds dOC Bishop's Peanut Butter, Q 3-lb. can DtC Hebe, f large cans 1UC Hebe, r small cans .' tiV Palm Olive Soap, o small bars OC Life Buoy Soap " 00 Snow White Hard Wheat Flour, qj - 48-lb. sack J $4tD These offers are all big inducements that will save our customers money. Eead them over again, then compare them with others. WE ALWAYS LEAD , BON TON GROCERY Basketeria No. 1 127 North First Avenue Basketeria No. 211 West Washington St.