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TTTF AT?TZOA REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1919 ' I CORRECTLY FITTED GLASSES enable you to SEL clearly, THINK clearly. CONCENTRATE upon the worU in hand. Northrup Optical Co. 9 E. Adams St. dum can fr, appointment V NEW SYSTEM DENTIST Monihon Building Office Phone 60S WHAT DO YOU WANT TO KNOW? The Republican Information Bu reau at Washington furnishes readers, free of charge, with accu rate and authoritative answers to questions on any and all subjects concerning which information can be had from the unparalleled re sources of the various fede'ral gov ernment departments, the great Library of Congress and the many experts and scientists in the gov ernment service. Three cents in postage for reply must accompany each inquiry. State clearly the in formation wanted and address. The Arizona Republican Informa tion Bureau, Frederic J. Haskin, Director Washington, D. C. WATER REPORT FOR JUNE 10 Elevation of water in reservoir at IS p. m 167.05 Contents, acre feet 566,737 Loss in acre feet 2,195 KlevMion of water in reservoir one year a?o 182.76 Contents, year ago 746,696 Xormal flow 23.2S0 Norma! flow, year a so 15,800 Water used, north side 39,520 Water us' fi. south Mile 35,230 WEATHER FORECAST 36 East Washington 8L jj Abovo Goldbergs' Clothing feS Store phon 3039 Chattel Loans The Mutual Loan Company will ba succeeded by the PEOPLE'S LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO. Offices, after Juno 11: Rooms 1-2-3 23 East Washington St. Over Donofrio"s Arizona "Wednesday and Thursday peneralry fair; little change in tempe rature; fresli to strong southerly winds Wednesday. New Mexico "Wednesday and Thursday partly cloudy; warmer Wed nesday. West. Texas Wednesday and Thurs day generally fair. Southern California Fair. WEATHER REPORT J? S 2 o a Phoenix Seed and Feed Co Wholesale and Retail 125 East Jefferson St. E. S. WAKELIN WHOLESALE I'.oston .".8 62 Pt. I'ldy I'.ufl'alo 76 SO Clear Chi. ago 74 78 Pt. Cldy Denver 72 S2 Cloudy Flagstaff 72 74 Clear Fresno .'...76 80 Clear Calveston 76 78 Ft. Cldy Kansas City 76 84 Pt. Cldy IiOs Angeles 68 72 Clear Minneapolis 78 78 Cloudy Xeedles 102 102 Clear New York 68 74 I't. Cldy PHOKNIX 100 1D3 Clear Pittsburg 82 S6 Pt. Cldy Portland, Ore. ..."6 60 Cloudy St. Louis 80 84 Cloudy Salt Lake City ..SO 88 Clear San Diego 64 70 Cloudy San Francisco ...60 61 Clear Spokane 58 62 Cloudy Tucson 94 96 Clear Washington 78 82 Pt-Cldy Winnemueca ....66 70 cloudy Yuma 98 100 Clear .00 i .02 1 .00 I .00 .00 .48 .00 .00 .00 .oo .00 .oo .00 .08 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 Constable Ice and Fuel Co Phone 1555 PURE ICE GOOD SERVICE Local Weather Yesterday 7 a. m. 7 Temperature, dry bulb ..67 Temperature, wet bulb ...50 Humidity, per cent 28 Wind direction K Wind velocity, miles 7 Rainfall 0 Weather Clr. Highest yesterday Lowest yesterday Total rainfall p. m J 001 63 10 xw I W. R. C. TO MEET The Women's j Relief Corps will meet at 2:30 o'clock; ' this afternoon at the W. C. T. I", j building. All members are urged to ; attend. ' GOES TO BRING PRISONER Un-, dersheriff Charles Bowers left last ; evening for San Diego for Miguel Mo- ! reno wanted here on a statutory) charge. Moreno will be released from ; a California jail in a day or two and ; i immediately brought .to Phoenix. j : PHOENIX ELKS TO MAKE AD DRESS By invitation of the exalted ruler of the Bisbee Elks lodge the , principal Flag Day address before j that body will be made by K. K. L. Shepherd, a Phoenix attorney, before the P.. P. O. E. of Bisbee next Sunday, j Joe V. Prochaska, the state game war- ; Idn, is also scheduled for a talk. ! ! TO FACE BOGUS CHECK CHARGE j ; Charged with obtaining money and property by a bogus check, Ray Mc- I Kee, an Indian, was arraigned before! Justice Wheeler yesterday when he j ; waived his preliminary' hearing and j was held to answer to the ' superior j court. .His bond' was fixed at $500 which he failed to furnish. SWITZER LOOKS UP STYLES IN FISHES Walter Switzer, proprietor of Switzer's Style Shop, left for Flagstaff last Sunday for a week's fishing trip on famous Old Creek. During his trip Mr. Switzer will make a careful study of the latest styles in fishdom and find out what the mermaids are wearing. He will return next Sundav. NO NEW MAIN LIBRARY HOURS There is no new schedule of hours during which the main public library will be open. The statement in The Republican Tuesday morning that the public library would be open during the summer months only from 9 to 11 o'clock a. m., had reference to the First avenue branch library which will be open only those two hours until autumn. .The main library will be open from 9 o'clock a. m., until 9 o'clock p. m. FINE COTTON BLOOMS The cotton is coming on fine. There was brought to the office of The Republican ysterday a bouquet of cotton blooms from the farm of J. W. Foster. Thomas road and Chicago avenues, who has a whole field of them, 20 acres. This is the first year of Air. Foster in cotton growing in this valley, though he had much experience with another kind of cotton in Arkansas. SAYS She WAS AbK. DIVORCE Charging that her husband assaulted her and thieatened tier lite, Martha Apoderado, colored, yesterday instituted divorce nroceed- j ings against Bazaro Apoderado. The 0 couple married April 15 of this year, ana tneir troubles began almost im mediately, according to the complaint. SENTENCED POSTPON ED Post ponement of sentence until this morn ing in the case of the state versus Ro berto Guittrez, charged with forgery, was the ord?r entered by Judge Stan ford yesterday. The court stated that the defendant's father was coming to Phoenix from Tucson and asked that the matter be continued untij he could be present. Guittrez, who was arrested under the name of Acosta, pleaded guilty. THESE WILL MARRY Marriage licenses were issued yesterday to John Killian, 31, Phoenix and Bonnie Grif fith, 20, Phoenix; Harry H. Thomas, 33, Phoenix and Edna Pearl Kenyon, 28. Phoenix; James M. Henderson, 32, Phoenix and Agnes Nielson, 19, Dos Angeles; Roberto yuinones. 55, Tolle son and Carmen earn pa, 42, Tolleson; William Earl Patterson. 21, Phoenix ami J-lorence Laura Ward, 22, Phoenix. FREED OF BAD CHECK CHARGE Able to prove an alibi beyond all doubt, Gilbert Torres, the I i l I T0HI1T' PIS FOB LUKE IIIl FIELD: .'ommittee Slowly Shaping ; Program for Great Day on j June 28 Expect to Make It Greatest of Occasions; Plans for the Frank Luke Air Memo rial tournament, Phoenix' own air tournament to honor her fallen soldier sons and launch a fund for a perma nent monument to her greatest hero of the war, began shaping themselves into a definite reality yesterday as the vari ous committees settled down to the work they will keep up until Saturday, June 28, the day of the tournament. The Luke air tournament, it should be remembered, will be given not only in honor of Lieut. Frank Luke, Jr., but for every other soldier from Maricopa county who gave his life in camp or trench for his country. And it will be given exclusively for the family and friends and fellow citizens of the men who died, for it will be given but once, and then at the Arizona state fair grounds at Phoenix. To Bring Cavalry and Band The general committee of the city's leading citizens held its second meeting yesterday morning at the Arizona club. The organization of sub-committees was completed, work begun on the various detailed plans, and three new members, Mrs. Charles Arnold, Major C, D. Jones and City Manager Avery Thompson, added to the general exec utive committee. A woman s commit- ASSAULTED, ' lee al-so was formed. llie inuiai step luwiiiu ui-iiifcins rf. troop of cavalry and a cavalry band of United States regulars from Fort Huaehuea was taken by the committee, in the sending of a telegram asking for the troops to the commanding of ficer at the fort. Little difficulty is expected in getting the cavalrymen, and with their presence in the city wnne me iweive iignung pianes oi me i We've never produced fin er clothing than we have this year. Standard every bit as high as before the war. Kogers-Pect Clothes KNOX HATS CLAPP SHOES MANHATTAN SHIRTS McDoueall & Cassou Now Is The FRUIT The very best and choicest Pioyal Apricots Extra Fancy per hundred lbs. Ripe Banana?, 3 lbs Time to Buy CHEAP $4.00 $5.50 6 lbs. Cantaloupes 2 for 25c 45c 25c ALL FRESH VEGETABLES Prosperity Fruit Market 11 W. Washington St. APRICOTS the company during the strike. We have 37 office employes and 20 mes senger boys. There are absolutely no indications of such a thing as a sym pathetic strike here and I do not be lieve our employes would be guilty of such a thing. For the information of the public tournament swirl and dive overhead ias to the progress of the strike, the Phoenix will have a martial air uot j Western Union win send out hourly usual in the city s life. . Souvenir Tickets I bulletins, which will be posted in the Even the tickets for the tournament ; window of the office or may be had which were ordered yesterday, will be j , tpipnhone " 0 Clr. ..103 .. 64 .. 0 SECOND HAND SACKS PHOENIX WOOD & COAL CO. 223 South Third at. Excess in temperature yesterday, 1 degree. Deficiency in temperature since the first of the month. 8 degrees. Accumulated deficiency in tempera ture since January 1, 30 degrees. .Normal precipitation January 1 to date. 2-85 inches. Actual precipitation January 1 to date 2.17 inches. Deficiency since January 1, ,6S inch RUBT. Q. GRANT. Mack Gardner Buys DIAMONDS AND LIBERTY BONDS FOR CASH 45 N. Central Ave. BORN - Born McGUIRE Born to Mr. and Mrs. M. J- McGuirc, 1408 West Polk street, at midnight. June 9, ar. eight-pound bov. n- - OBITUARIES I L Guaranteed TITLES Phoenix Title & Trust Co. Death of Mrs. Nelle J. Briaht Mrs. Xelle J. Bright, widow of Tony Bright, an old resident of this city, died yesterday morning at her home, 2.'i7 West .Monroe street, after a long period of sickness that began long be :fore her husband died March 7 of this year. Mrs. Bright had lived here a I of attend AXUMJuA ilAKDW AttE SUPPLY CO. The Only EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE Hardware House in the State numbers of years, coming with her husband when the city was just begin ning to find its stride in the world She was widely cit charged with passing a bogus check at Manny s, was discharged by Justice De Souza yesterday. The case was dis- j missed after the proprietor and some j half dozen workmen at the Southwest: Flour company's plant testified that i Torres was working there at the hour the check was cashed at Hannv's store ' WIFE GETS DIVORCE On the1 ground of non-support, Mrs. Gladys ' Gregory yesterday secured a divorce j from Martin J. Gregory, deputy sheriff of Cochise county. Mrs. Gregory was ; granted the custody of the two minor! children whose father was ordered to contribute $20 a week toward their support and to pay the court costs of $11.40 and attorney's fees of $50. The decree was signed bv Judge Stanford CHARGES NON-SUPPORT That her husband has not provided for her or their three minor children since De cember. 1 917. was the testimony of Mrs. Adelaide Madrid in Judge' Ly man's court yesterday where she s'e : cured a divorce from Kduardo Madrid. Mrs. Madrid claimed that she. with the I aid of relatives, had supported the children since their father failed t o dn .pi! his part. The couple married in Texas I in 1903. ' DAIRYMEN TO PICNIC-A dairy U ! meting will be held at .Mesa on Wed nesday night. June 18. which will be a meeting of the Maricopa County Dai rymen's association. The plan of the county association is to hold meetings at regular intervals in different sec tions of the county, that the dairymen m eacn section may have the privilege me association s meet in: in keeping with the impressive nature of the tournament- The tickets will j be of fine heavy paper and in souvenir j form with the names of all of Maricopa; county's heroes printed on the back. ; After the tournament the tickets may be kept, and framed if desired, as -a: lasting memento. By next week one of the largest and most enthusiastic corps of ticket sell- ; ers ever recruited will be in the field, selling tickets foithe Luke Air Memo- j rial tournament. Their energetic ef- ! forts in the campaign, the proceeds ! from which will start the fund for the purchase of a Phoenix landing field : and erection of a hangar for a perma- . r. nent Luke memorial, are assured by I yft Mexican ' the fact that the man or boy selling the HULETTS PRICKLEY-HEAT LOTION Use at once, guaranteed by ELVEY & HULETT Quality Druggists ARE CHEAP Delivered anywhere in town for $1.00 a box over 25 lbs. to box. ity Phone 1716 Hall M arm 121 E. Jefferson most tickets, and the woman or girl j selling the most tickets among the feminine ticket sellers, will each be' given an airplane ride as a prize. The : person buying the most tickets ' will also be given a prize, though the nature , of it has not yet been decided. j Planning Program j tie program ior June Jd, tournu- j ment day, has not been finally sir- ; rangeu as ei. nueei, 11 ui I'esm The membership of the ascociation is composed of dairymen from all parts of the county and membership in the ie was widely known throughout the county association carries membership y and county. in the state dairvmen's association Mrs. Bright loaves no immediate I TESTERS' EXAMINATION Any Phoenix Flour Mills Flour, Feed, Seed PHOENIX, ARIZ. Van Buren & Ninth Sts. person wisning to quality as milk or cream tester for a dairy manufacturing plant, will have opportunity to take an examination to be given Saturday, June 14 from 9 to 3 o'clock at tlie office of the state dairy commissioner. lamily or relatives. The only sur vivor is her brother-in-law. Fred Bright, who has been here since Tony Blight's death three months ago look ing after Mrs. Bright and the family affairs. Funeral services will be held at 9:30 ; 16 South Second avenue. o clock tomorrow morning at the George i'. Merryman chapel. Burial will be in l'hoenix at the Greenwood ejemetery. o TOWN TOPICS Typewriters All makes sold, rented and repaired btate Agents . Corona & L. C. Smith THE McNEIL CO. phons 4910 128 W. Wash. St, PLEDGE CARDS Pledge cards for the Musical Events club may be ob tained of Mrs. E. L. Shaw at Room 18, Water Users' building. DR. HUGHES IM PROVI NG Dr. H. A. Hughes, who has been seriously ill, is greatly impiovod. He will be able to resume his practice in a short time. j TO STUDY MILK SUPPLY W. A. iBarr, state dairy commissioner, will I leave Wednesday morning for a study 'of Wie milk and ice cream supply of ! Tucson, Nogales. Winkelman. llavden. Hay and Superior. Ten to twelve days will be required for the work ARRAIGNED ON ARSON CHARGE Arraigned on the charge of arson, C. D. Dillingham appeared before Jus tice De Souza yesterday, just 24 hours after entering a plea of not guilty to the charge of grand larceny. The preliminary hearing in both cases was set for 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, and Dillingham was released on bond of $500. The complaining witness in the arson charge is J. K. Anderson WIFE ASKS DIVORCE On the ! who alleees that Dillinerham is resnon ground of failure to provide, Mrs. Myr-jsjDie for the burning of the West End lie Scott yesterday brought suit for di- grocery store. Anderson is also the vorce against Harry K. Scott. The ac- complainant in the larceny case, charg tion was brought by Walton and ing the defendant with the theft of a Bailey. Ford truck. Wo Buy All Issues for Cash Occidental Life Insurance Company O'Neill Building HIDES FINN1GAN-BROWN CO. Exclusive Dealers in HIDES, WOOL. PELTS, ETC. 15th Ave. and Santa Fe Tracks It makes no difference what your wnnts may e you can have them sup plied by using and reading The Kep-jb-lii-fin Classified Pages Arizona's lead ina advertising media" SPECIAL SALE BROILERS PER POUND Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday ONLY California Fish & Poultry Market We Deliver 123 North First Avenue with a memorial address by one of the best known citizens of the state. race between a Thomas Morse scouting plane and a racing motor car will also be a feature. The actual tournament will begin early in the evening, when fleet fighting Spads and S. K. Ss, swift LaPere planes, heavy Liberty-motored Dellavilands and Curtiss-Hispanos noted for cross county- work take the air together. Captain L. E- Appleby, a.iiTnan from Rockwell field, at pres ent in this city in charge of the avia tion end of the plans, is authority for the statement that Phoenix' memorial air tournamnt will be second to none ever given, at least in thrills, if not in size. The final Organization in detail of the committees in charge of prepara tions for the tournament follows: Executive C. II. Akers, chairman; D. 15. Heard, J. M. AitkeK X. D. Sanders, Capt. A. C. Taylor, Charles Pishon, A. A. Betts, C. E. Beach, Maj. Claude D. Jones, Charles McArthur, V. A- Thompson, Mrs. Charles Arnold. Capt. L. E. Ap pleby, Mrs. Harry Kay, Mrs. 15. E. Marks. Grounds and Concessions Charles Pishon, chairman: H. D. McVay, Col. C. V. Oulley. X. D. San- ; ders, J. M. Aitken. ! Tickets ; C. E. Beach, chairman: J. ('. Dobbnis, Charles Korrick, J. J. Halloran, Lieu'.. ! C. C. Downing. j Publicity, Advertising, Program, Print ing and State Co-operation A. G. Dulmage. chairman: Sergt. E. Myers, Dr. F. II. Redewill, Earl V. Drake, Col. J. H. McClintock. Associate Ticket and Publicity Mrs. F. C. Paine, Mrs. I. J. Johnson, Mrs. Sims Ely, Jr., Miss Henrietta Ol ney, Mrs. Frank Carroy, Mrs. Lee Pur vine, Mrs. W. L. Pinney, Mrs. A. H. McClellan, Mrs. B. E. Marks, Mrs. Harry Kay. Mrs. Charles E. Arnold. Accommodations and Transportation Charles McArthur, chairman; A. A. Betts, W. . K. Wayland, Robert U.( Beardsley, L- II. Chalmurs . Memorial H. D. McVay, chairman; J. M. Ait ken,. vice chairman; Capt. A. C. Taylor, secretary; H. J. McClung, treasurer. westeSIn HOT AFFECTED BY STRIKE STATES LOCAL HEAD Business of the Western Union Tele graph company will go forward today as usual, practically unaffected by the big strike, according to a statement made to The Republican yesterday by the local manager, E. M. Allen. "We anticipate no trouble at all in Phoenix," said Mr. Allen, "and the company expects very little trouble anywhere as a result of the strike. There may be a slight delay in deliv ery at a few points where employes of the company are members of the Com mercial Telegraphers union, but when you consider that of the 40.000 em ployes of the company, only 710 belong to the union, it is easy to see that we will be but little affected. "A statement signed by every em ploye of the company here was hand ed to me last Friday, in which they each and all pledged their loyalty to it VICTROLAS RECORDS PLAYER ROLLS at Redevi!l Music Co. 224 W. Washington St. GIRL ACCIDENTLY KILLED Margaret, the S-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Van Fleet of Buck eye, was accidntly shot and killed Monday by the discharge of a 22 cal ibre rifle. The girl and neighbor children were playing when one of the i playmates dropped a loaded rifle on ithe floor, the gun was discharged and !the bullet struck the child in the fore head. The funeral was held at the family residence yesterday. Use The Republican Classified Pages for results read for profit. PIMA CO. ENGINEER HERE George S. Foster, county engineer and highway commission engineer of Pima county, was in l'hoenix yesterday from Tucson, on a cosultation with the state engineers office on matters concerning the road building program and federal aid. Foster states that the public sen timent in Tucson and Pima county in general is strongly in favor of exten sive road improvement, and that prep arations are being made to recommend the calling of a bond election in the near future to provide ample funds for an extensive and needed road sys tem in that section. LADIES: you will be pleased to learn that there is now an agent in PHOENIX for the "COLONIAL DAMES' TOILET PREPARA TIONS." She will he pleased to supply you. See MRS. W. H. BY LESS. 1238 E. McKIXLEY ST. NOTICE TO PEOPLE LEAVING PHOENIX If you are leaving Phoenix on a sunmer trip, surely you want to have the Arizona Republican follow you, in order to keep posted on the things going on in Phoenix and vi cinity. We will be glad to send the Arizona Republican to anyone for any length of time for 75 cents per month, or $2.00 for three months. You may change your address just as often as you desire and we will positively guarantee good service THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN asture r or Sale AT MARINETTE 110 Acres of fine barley stubble with lots of grain in it. Can take care of 200 head of stock for i0 days. PHONE GLENDALE 113R4 THIS WEEK Your last chance to get for canning. Get them here Phoenix Fruit & Produce Co. Phone 1402 119 West Jefferson The Oliver Two Way Plow is absolutely the only plow made that will plow your ground one way satisfactory, this fact has been demonstrated time and time again, and we can show you this any time. Collings Vehicle & Harness Co. 26-32 East Adams St: Phoenix, Arizona Twenty-Five Dollars Reward FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO THE LOCATION AND RECOVERY OF DODGE TOURING CAR, STOLEN FROM RIVERSIDE PARK, SUN DAY EVENING. DESCRIPTION As FOLLOWS: - ' Car equipped with over-size Cord Tires. One U. S. Tire and one Goodyear front and rear. Right front fender has been dam aged and cracked about the center of the fender. Extra high power globes in head lights. Suit case rack clamped on left foot board. Car had run about 6000 miles. Motor No. 313751. 4 State License No. 456 Mutual Auto Insurance Co. Phone 752 Central and Adams Adams Hotel Bldg.