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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1919 CORRECTLY FITTED GLASSES enable you to SEE clearly, THINK clearly. CONCENTRATE upon the work in hand. Northrup Optical Co. 9 E. Adams St. Phone 690 fop appointment ROSE TREE" E ll I5vioAMS'PH03l7 H I 1 YTDBECELEBRftTED I PHOENIX SITUB, I1 11 ZM?. . G. LT NEW SYSTEM DENTIST Monihon Building Office Phone 605 SLA T 4VJT WHAT DO YOU WANT TO KNOW? The Republican Information Bu reau at Washington furnishes readers, free of charge, with accurate and authoritative ans wers to questions on any and all subjects concerning which infor mation can be had from the un paralleled resources of tho various federal government de partments, the great Library ef Congress and the many experts and scientists in the government service. Three cents in postage for reply must accompany each inquiry. State clearly the infor mation wantej and address. The Arizona Republican Infor mation Bureau, Frederic J. Kaskin, Director Washington, D. C. Home-Corning Of Arizona's Men From Army and Navy To Be Made Occasion Of Great Welcoming Demonstration PROGRAM OF THE DAY - gro unds Reception to returned r Grand parade. Barbecue at state fair at noon. i Addresses and presentation of ! medals. ! Sports. ! Grand ball at Arcadia hall in evening. W 36 M M IK i WSYSWWmP ' WATER REP0RT APRIL 28 East Washington St. Above Goldbergs' Clothing Store Phone 3083 I Elevation of water in reservoir at S r a ! Contents, acre feet j Gain in. acre feet Elevation, of water in reservoir one year aso Contents, year ago, acre feet. . Normal flow .' . Normal flow, year aso Water used, north side . Water nsed, south side Phoenix Seed and Feed Co. Wholesale and Retail 125 East Jefferson St. WEATHER FORECAST Wednesday Arizona: Tuesday and fair; risinsr temnerature. New Mexico: Tuesday and Wednes day fair; rising temperature. Southern California: Fair. West Texas: Tuesday and Wednes day generally fair. E. S. GROCER WHOLESALE WEATHER REPORT Stations Constable Ice and Fuel Co. Phone 1555 PURE ICE GOOD SERVICE P a e o n a E 3 "Victory Day" will bo celebrated in rhoenix May 10. Then will be commemorated the vic tory of American arms overseas, and civic thanks will be extended to the state's gallant men who offered their lives in defense of their homes and their nation. Alert its fprpmniitp. will rinse the 173,661 i.'imTva ifm Vir thnt . '-n ' expected to have pone well over the 0 t top indicated for the county and the state. t But the committee that met late yes terday at ihe chamber of commerce concerned itself particularly with the veterans' reception. There was sug gestion that their celebration be com bined with the civic demonstration on the 6th, to forward the loan, hut it finally was determined that the two should be distinct- Reach El Paso Tonight It is probable that in Maricopa coun ty now are about l.'.OO soldiers returned from the camps or from France, more than a third that number being mem bers of the Phoenix camp ot the Great War Veterans association. To this number within the next week it is ex pected will be added about 100 mem bers of the loSth Infantry, that will reach El Paso tonight from France, for muster-out at Fort Bliss. Altogether in the regiment are 408 Arizonans, but 191.41 934,578 118,440 . Flood 44,960 33,805 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. j Boston i6 68 Bain T. Buffalo 40 4S Cloudy .20 I Chicago 44 50 Pt. Cldy .50 (Denver .. 46 45 Ft. Cldy 1.06 ; Flagstaff . 44 50 Cloudy .06 ! Fresno 78 SO Clear .00 ; Galveston ..74 76 Cloudy .00 ; Kansas City ..56 60 Cloudy .00 Los Angeles 62 6fi Clear .00 lx)s Angeles 62 66 Clear ,00 Minneapolis 56 56 Clear .00 Needles 86 SB Clear .00 New Orleans 78 84 Cloudy .09 New York 4S 58 Cloudy .00 PHOKNIX .77 79 Cloudy .00 i Pittsburgh 50 54 Rain .10 ; Portland, Ore. ...64 68 Clear .00 ' r!t. Louis 60 62 Cloudy .54 1 Salt lake City ..66 68 Pt. Cldy .00 J San Diego 62 64 Clear .00 Su.n Francisco 54 60 Clear .00 j Spokane 70 70 Pt.Cldy .00 i Tucson 68 72 Clear .08 I Washington 62 6S Cloudy .00 ! Winnipeg 60 60 Clear .00 j Yuma S2 84 Clear .00 ! o - Beits of the reception committee is 0- ; ing to see that a glad -hand delegation meets all soldiers at the depots. In ' I attendance are to be representatives of : I the Veterans' association, to direct I j their comrades to the Army and Navy 1 ciiio rooms ot the Red Cross and of the ; War Camp community service, with 1 autos for use at need. Ride to Fair Grounds Many soldiers are orrivlng daily even now, discharged ut camps all over tnt United States, from service of every sort, all eager to return to Arizona. So the delay till the 10th gives ihe more opportunity for a bigger and more comprehensive reception celebration, to which the soldier of all Arizona are extended warm invitation. There is to be no military formation in the introductory parade, yet the parade is to be decidedly military. In consideration of the facts that the route to the fair grounds is long and that the day is more likely to be hot than not, the soldiers are to be conveyed in auto mobiles from the assembly ground on, the War Work building Mock. With the Liberty band ahead, and the wounded in place of honor, the long column of machines will wind through the business section, then out to the capitol and north to the fair grounds, starting about 10:30 a. m. and expected to unload about noon. The barbecue will have been pre pared t-o the west of the grandstand, that there may be shade for the diners. Presentation of Medals At 1:30. with the veterans gathered in the grandstand, there will be formal expression of welcome and of appre ciation, possibly with presentation of medals to the families of those who made the supreme sacrifice. Governor Cnmubell will be asked to preside and it is expected that the addresses of the ! day will be made by him, former gov- j eriiors J. IT. Kibbey, 11. K. Sloan and t G. W. P. Hunt and Congressman Carl ' llayden. i Then will follow ihe sports, now he- : ing worked up by a special committee ; of exceptional ability in such things, j But that's a big story in itself and pub- ; lication of its atrractions will be de- ; till a later date. ! In the evening there will be at least one big veterans'- ball at the Arcadia and if that isn't big enough, there will be overflow to other halls. Of course, all details will not he set- KNOX HATS Bogers-Peet Clothes Edwin Clapp Shoes Three pointers for you. Buy your clothes as you would a car get down be neath the surface. McDOUGALL & CASSOU lJlf I BATH SF&AYS & SPONGES 0 fresh Shipment, Just Received M Sprays Sponges $1225 to $3.00 25c to $125 O'Brien & McGrath Have Mules and Harness for sale and rent. GRAND AVE., Opp. Fair Grounds Phone 4204 tied for a week or more to come. The not more than a quarter of the number ) committee will meet again Wednesday to further polish up us pian. bul ui one thing already there is no doubt: that the veterans, on the evening of Mav 10 will have been fully convinced that their home folks are proud of them and are mighty glad to get them back. are expected here, returning to their homes. Most of the 408 appear to be non-commissioned officers, with about as few private soldiers as there are commissioned officers. For the next ten days or so Chairman Guaranteed TITLES Phoenix Title & Trust Co. ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPLY CO. The Only EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE Hardware House in the State LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY Phoenix Flour Mills Flour, Feed, Seed PHOENIX, ARIZ. Van Buren & Ninth Sts. 7 am. 7 p.m. Temperature, dry bulb....49 77 Temperature, wet bulb... . .. .46 57 Humidity, per cent 83' 27 Wind, direction NE W Wind, velocity, miles 5 4 Rainfall 0 0 Weather Clear Cloudy Highest temperature yesterday. ....79 Lowest 48 Total rainfall None Deficiency in temperature yester day, 6 degrees. Excess in temperature since the first of the month, 77 degrees. Accumulated deficiency in tempera ture since January 1, S9 degrees. Normal precipitation, January 1 to date, ".78 inches. Actual precipitation, January 1 to date, 2.11 inches. Deficiency since Jannarv 1. 0.67 inch. ROBERT Q. GRANT. . 0 - OBITUARIES - Typewriters All makes sold, rented and repaired State Agents Corona & L. C. Smith THE McNEIL CO. Phone 4910 128 W. Wash. St. Funeral of Fred R. Neidt Funeral services for Fred R. Neidt, who died at his home, 1018 North Tenth street. April 23, 1919, will be held at the Moore and MeLellan fu neral establishment at 4 o'clock today. The body will be talien to Murry, j Iowa, for burial, and he will he ac- companied by his mother and brothei i Patricia Louise Grizzard ' Patricia Louise Grizzard, infant ! daughter of Jlr. and Mrs. T. D. Griz- ' zard of 1702 West Adams street, died ! last night, aged 14 months. The body i is at the llaus undertaing parlors. Fu- neral arrangements will be announced j later. LIBERTY BONDS We Buy All Issues for Cash Occidental Life Insurance Company O'Neill Building Mrs. Elizabeth M. Thompson Funeral services for Mrs. Elizaheth M. Thompson will be held at 4 o'clock this afternoon at the George W. Mer ryman funeral establishment. Dr. Ilarcourt W. Peck of the First Metho dist Episcopal church will officiate. Burial will be in Greenwood cemetery. L. E. Thompson, a son of the dece dent .is expected to arrive this morn ing to attend the funeral. Get a TRUSS Don't Take Chances ELVEY & HULETT . Quality Druggists Loans Easy TO GET up to $150 on your furni ture, piano, automobile, live stock, implements, etc. Don't be without money. Just phore us for informa tion. The rest is e.isy. Ample funds. Courteous treatmt it. Strictly con fidential. MUTUAL LOAN CO. 1500 Grand Ave. Phone 1396 Office Hours: 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Use The Republican Classified Page foe. rtsulls read for profit. Funeral of Mrs. M. Fry The funeral of Mrs. Manetta Fry, who died in Miami, at the age of 64 years, will be held from the Moore & McLe lan parlors today at 3 p. m., Rev. J. A. Wailes officiating. Burial will be at Forest Lawn cemetery. 0 ? TOWN TOPICS n n M'CLUSKEY TO DENVER II. S. McCluskey, member of the executive board of the Western Federation of Miners, left last evening for Denver. CHURCH CHICKEN DINNER Come to 23 East Adams street for your nice chicken dinner Wednesday, served bv tho women of the Second Baptist church. FLAGSTAFF MAN DROPS IN : Judge F. W. Perkins., well known citi- j zen of Flagstaff, was a visitor in this , city yesterday. He was a guest at the ! Hotel Adams. ' C. J. BABBITT IN TOWN C. J. j Babbitt, a prominent merchant of Flag- ! staff, was a business visitor in Phoe-1 nix yesterday. He was registered at! the Hotel Adams. I 158TH MEN DISCHARGED? Adj- i ntant General Harris is authority for; the statement that nine members of ; tne 158th were discharged at Camp; Kearnv last week. j GRAHAM JUDGE HERE Hon. A. ; G. McAllister, judge cf the superior : court of Graham. county, was in. Phoe-1 nix yesterday, en route home from sitting in some cases in the Mohave countv courts. CALLS ON MILNES Charles Mc Lean, son of Judge C. H. McLean of j Prescott, and formerly with the j Journal-Miner, called on P. K. Milnes, I the governor's secretary, at the state house yesterday. FINED FOR FLOODING HIGHWAY M. Yamato was fined $10 bv Justice Be Souza yesterday for flooding a pub lic highway. Yamato pleaded guilty to nooning t ? Buckeye road. TO ENTERTAIN CLUB Mrs. Ef fie Redman will entertain the Ivy club this afternoon at her home, 715 East Pierce street. The chairman requests that all members he present at the meeting. ORDERED TO INSTALL METERS Tho corporation commission, as the result of complaints regarding water service and rates in south Miami, has ordered the .1. J. Mackey company, supplying water for that "district, to install meters bv August. CHICKEN SUPER. The Ladies Aid society of the Southside will serve a chicken supper on Thursday evening. May L at the Neighborhood house from 7 until 9 o'clock. Fifty cents a plate will be charged. An apron and rug sale will be held in connection with the program. Everyone is invited to attend. THESE WILL MARRY Marriage li censes were issued yesterday to Alba f ord, zi, Cashion and Jewel Robinson, 18, Cashion; Dennis Quimayonise, 23, Phoenix and Berta Kawlysie, 20, Phoe nix; Manuel Acedo, 19, Tempe and Rita Lopez, 21, Florence and Ladislaw Za suats, 30, Avondale and Laura Yalas, IS, Avondale. WIFE ASKS DIVORCE Claiming that her husband, James Evans, left her in Long Beach in 1917 and took up his residence in Los Angeles, Mrs. Lena Evans yesterday filed suit for divorce charging desertion. Mrs. Evans said after her husband left her he refused to provide for her or their children. The couple married in California in 1903. PAY CITY TAXES Tomorrow is the last day on which city taxes can be paid without the penalty. Regularly the taxes were due on the first Monday of this month, but an extension was al lowed by the commission, so that those not paid tomorrow, Wednesday, April 30, will be delinquent. There was some how an impression, that the extension was to May 15. SPEEDERS ARE FINED Charged with exceeding the speed limit on the Tempe- highway, D. B. Scott admitted to Justice Wheeler that he was travel ing at the rate of 41 miles an hour when arrested by the motorcycle of ficer. He paid a fine of $10. A fine in the same amount was also paid by H. A. Nafzinger who violated the speed law on the same highway. CORPORAL THOMAN REACHES U. S. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thoman received word yesterday of the safe arrival on this side of their son, Cor poral Jake Thoman, who has been over seas with the 308th infantry, 77th divi sion. The news came to the Thomans in form of a wire from the corporal from Hoboken. He expects to receive his discharge in a few days, and m the meantime is stationed at Camp MlWOULD ADMINISTER ESTATE Oscar Moore yesterday petitioned the court for letters of administration of the estate of his wife, Mrs. Mollie H. Moore, who died in this city last Aug ust, leaving property valued at $5,000. Moore also asks to be appointed guar dian of his two children Marion, aged 14 and Esther 6 years of age, who with him are heirs-at-law of the estate. The hearing on the. petition will be held be fore Judge Lyman on Mav 12. NAMED DAUGHTER'S GUARDIAN Harry W. Krotzer was namedi guardian of his 14-year-old daughter Alice, who will receive $5000 of the $10,000 government insurance policy carried bv her brother, Harold K. Krotzer, who died in the service. The Appointment of Krotzer as guardian was made yesterday by Judge Lyraan. The father is the oher beneficial i r,niirv taken out by tne uuuri me -- ; sailor. . . ASK ROSES FOR ARIZONA HEROES Governor Campbell wants as many rosebuds that will stand; shipment as can be secured today, lor the Red Cross at El Paso to use on the occasion of the big dinner to be given Wednesday night in honor ot the returned 158th infantry. Those who desire to contribute buds for this purpose will send them to the state house to Custodian Alexander, who will pack and ship them tonight to Governor Campbell at El Pmo. EXTRADITION CASE UP TODAY a hrarinir on the matter of extradit ing to California one Alfred Bell will be held by Acting Governor Pirns to dav. The man is wanted at Los An geles on a charge of obtaining money by false pretenses, by selling mining claims he is said not to have owned. He was arrested at Tucson and Deputy Sheriff Walter Lipps of Los Angeles arrived yesterday with extradition papers signed by Governor Stephens of California. It is understood that attorneys for Bell will make a vigor ous fight against his extradition. RED CROSS NURSING HEAD DIES Local Red Cross women have received formal word of the death April 15, of Miss Jane Delano, chair man of the national committee on E HISTORICAL VOLUMES The state library, Con Cronin, libra rian, is short four volumes of great historical value and importance as a matter of state records, but of small value to anyone in the state who mny happen to have one or more of the volumes. The missing books arc the reports of the territorial governors to the secre tary of the interior for the years 1S81, 1882. 1889 and 1890. "These books were never in the state library" said Cronin yesterday, "and aer needed to complete our files. There i does not seem to have been the proper ; effort made in territorial days to keep the state's records complete, and these books are among the missing. I hope ' that some one in the state who may ! have them, or some of them, will he j kind enough to send them in to the state library, the only place where they ' are of any particular va;ue." 0 Ann Arbor Columbia HAY PRESSES The all-round Champion Press. It does anything Press to do. you could ask any Baling wire in any quantity. MYERS HAY CARRIERS Track and Forks. See us when in need. Phone 1021. EZRA W. THAYER Everything in Hardware 124-130 East Washington Street 127-133 East Adams Street 1 1 w IIET COLU MEIME DENVERS FAMOUS NEAR BEER Barrels of 10 doz., 12 oz. pint bottles The Colmoiblinie C Phone 1590 ATIDISOW.CLI 1229 E. Washington St. The Madison Improvement club will hold a Victory loan meeting this even ing at 8:15 o'clock at tne clubhouse, four miles east of Central avenue on nursing of the Red Cross at Severnay. '; the Indian School road. France. Miss Delano was in charge i 1 ne speaKers win oe t o:. i.. i on er Conway, Capt. v. II. Harding and of all nursing activities of the P.ed j Cross in this country, and had been ill practically ever since her arrival in France some time ago. new Trial for cocopahs? Thirty days in which to file a motion for new trial have been granted Chief John Johnson and Bill Davies, Coco pah Indians, convicted last Sunday morning of murder in the first degree for the killing of Joe Barley. The motion was made by Attorney Harris immediately after the verdict was read. While it is expected tflat the formal sentence will be life imprison ment in a federal penitentiary, the passing of it will be deferred, undoubt edly, until after the motion is argued and decided. . o Arizona Lodge No. 2, F. and A. M will confer the entered ap prentice degree this (Tuesday) at 7:30 p. m. Visiting brethren cordially invited. FRED L. HART, Wr. M. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Special meeting Wednesday night April 30 at Odd Fellows hall. Initiation of candidates, important business for discussion. All Moose invited to be present. Adv. FRANK H. SWENSON, Dictator. Chaplain Walsh. Ice cream and cake will be served at the conclusion of the speaking. o DR. ROY THOMAS will resume practice Monday, April 28. Office 306 Goodrich BIdg. 1369. Phone 4351. Res. Phone b We Are Still Doing Business AT THE SAME OLD STAND Fiooigan & Drown Co, DEALERS IN HICES, WOOL, ETC. Fifteenth Avenue and the Santa Fe Tracks Cotton ! Cotton ! With present prices you should increase your cot ton crop. I can increase your crop, otherwise it costs vou nothing. - W. H. GRIFFIN agriculturalist Phone 200 Ft 3 Glendale aliform a deeds H for but remits in Sprintf flowers andTegeubles. PUnt ow Sweet peas, paanei nd otter Grud Prize (omia McMurtry Rubber FloorUrnish Eiqht Colors and Clear The Good fainter says : "All through in time for your dinner party tomorrow night, Mrs. Jones! McMURTRY RUBBER FLOOR VARNISH dries over night. It won't show heel marks nor mar white. It is made for use as well as looks ! "Now you've got a perfect imi tation here of light oak. You know the McMurtry Company makes the same thing in Dark Oak, Golden Oak, Cherry, Green, Redwood, Mahogany and Walnut. "As a matter of fact, Madam, this RUBBER FLOOR VAR NISH in colors makes a complete job of varnishing and staining at the same time. Notice the lustre. You can see yourself in it. But it isn't slippery like wax. Clean ing it?, Just a mop that's all!" Sold by all Leading Dealers. Paint and Varnish Makers DENVER, COLORADO Alo Cabbage, Carrot, Onioni, Beet. Peai, SpmacL, Turnip.. Doa't take aeed tW "i, 7 fotU't ' Oa Sale iy all Luli DeaUn ?'- '"rtor rar nolw Free. eur order will bt rometly ettcaeW to. C. G. MORSE 8 CO. Jim 4hifflmm MfMURTRYMFG.Ca mm Suggestions gladly given, Send for Color Cards,.