THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1919 ;
CORRECTLY FITTED GLASSES
enable you to SEE clearly, THINK
clearly. CONCENTRATE upon the
work in hand.
Nortkrup Optical Co.
9 E. Adams St
vVaf Phone 690 tor
DR. J. G. BELT
NEW SYSTEM DENTIST
Monlhon Building Office Phone 603
M East Washington St.
Above. Goldbergs' Clothing
Money to Loan
On your furniture, Pianos, Automo
bile, Livestock, Implements, etc., in
sums up to $300 at lawful rates. Re
pay in small monthly instalments if
desired. Just and courteous treat
Peoples' Loan and
23 E. Washington Street
Neither laymen nor doctors in ear
lier days were able to account for or
scientifically handle the change of
vision which develops around the
ape of 40 or 45.
These difficulties are now over
come thro science and modern
methods our methods.
MUNSON OPTICAL CO.
8 E. Washington St.
Phoenix Seed and
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Jefferson St.
E. S. WAKELIN
Constable Ice and
PURE ICE GOOD SERVICE
SECOND HAND SACKS
PHOENIX WOOD &
. 223 South Third St.
DIAMONDS AND LIBERTY
BONDS FOR CASH
45 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix Title & Trust Co.
The Only EXCLUSIVE
Hardware House in the State
Phoenix Flour Mills
Flour, Feed, Seed
Van Buren and Ninth Streets
FIN NIG AN -BROWN CO.
Exclusive Dealers in
HIDES, WOOL, PELTS, ETC
15th Ave. and Santa Fa Track
It makes no difference what your
wants may be. ou can hav them sup
plied by using and reading The Repub
lican Classified pages.
of Babbitt Brothers Trading
Company, says: If there is
anything detestable, it is a
road hog. If your steering
wheel is hard to turn, have it
greased but make sure you
give up half the road.
WATER REPORT FOR JULY 16
Reservoir elevation 161.31
'ontents, acre feet 508.614
Gain, acre feet 16,802
Normal flow 642.400
Water used, north side 45,600
Water used, south side 51.145
Klevation year ago 171.64
Contents, year ago 615.873
Normal flow, year ago 30,560
New Mexico and Arizona Thursday
partly cloudy with local thunder show
ers: warmer. Friday, generally fair.
West Texas Thursday fair, warmer
in the Panhandle; Friday, fair.
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'Stations J T 5 2,
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Buffalo .i 66
Flagstaff . .
Galveston . .
Needles 94 100
New Orleans 82 90
New York 74 76
PHOENIX 93 98
Pittsburg 76 80
Portland, Ore 80 80
St. Louis 84 86
, Salt Lake City ...94 94
San Diego 66 74
San Francisco 58 60
Spokane 100 100
Tucson 88 90
Washington 76 76
Winnipeg 88 90
Yuma 86 84
Pt. Cldy 1.00
Local Weather Yesterday
I a.m. i p.m.
Temp., dry bulb 77 92
Temp., wet bulb 74 74
Humidity, per cent 85 44
Wind from ..E E '
w ind, miles 5 9 g
Rainfall 0 0 0
Weather Clear Clear Ft-Cldy
Highest yesterday 9g
Lowest yesterday 77
Total rainfall 0
Deficiency in temperature yesterday,
3 degrees. .. ,
Deficiency in temperature since the
first of the month, 24 degrees.
Accumulated deficiency in tempera
ture since January 1, 13 degrees.
Normal precipitation January 1 to
date, 3.27 inches.
Actual precipitation January 1 to
date, 3.06 inches.
Deficiency since January 1, .21 inch.
ROBERT Q. GRANT.
I OBITUARIES I
Funeral of W. P. Doheney, Jr.
The luneral for the late William P.
Doheney. Sr., will be held at 9 o'clock
this morning at the funeral chapel of
J. T. Whitney, 134 West Adams street.
The services will be public.
I TOWN TOPICS I
FROM GLOBE S. J. Cox arrived in
the city from Globe yesterday. He is
oid.wng ai me commercial hotel.
FLAGSTAFF CATTLEMAN HERE
T. C. Frier, Flagstaff cattleman, ar
rived in the city vesterdav.
PROF. COLODNY ON TRIP Prof.
I. Colodny, formerly of the department
of vocational education, has left on a
usmess trip to Prescott.
FROM LOS ANGELES Los Ange
les guests at the Commercial hotel yes
ieraay included Gordon Clark, W. L.
vvuua ana ri. ai. Parson.
-vt 11 r Kev. Joseph L. Well
lnton 'eft yesterday for Prescott.
Milton H. Hasler, truck inspector with
Stand 35 West Washington St.
CITY CALLS 50c; $2 PER HOUR
Country Trips 10e Mile
AVE you com
pared the Dort
with other light,
cars? We believe
it is the Best Car
in the world for
Secure one be
fore the price goes
Now selling for
$1150 F. O. B.
Geo. H. Reuben Auto Co.
237 N. Central
GIRL SLAYER GIGGLES AS
SHE TELLS OF MURDER
1 " V"
Giggling as though 'twere a holiday
coroner's jury how she shot Benjamin
thrown her over for another "Do you think I would of 'shot him if I was 18?"
she said. "They won't do anything to me. I sat up with my lawyer till 1
o'clock the night before finding out what I could do and what they couldn't do
to me." Below the picture of Margaret is that of Burr, who had a common
law wife and a child nine years old of whom Margaret knew, but his engage
ment to a third was what provoked the murder.
the state engineering department, has
left for Deming. New Mexico.
FROM SANTA BARBARA W. H.
McLean, of Santa Barbara, California,
arrived in the city yesterday. He is
registered at the Hotel Adams.
FROM COTTONWOOD J. B. Arm
brust arrvied in the city yesterday
from Cottonwood. He is staying at the
FROM OAKLAND H. S. Van Gor
don of Oakland, California, arrived in
the city yesterday and is registered at
the Hotel Adams.
FROM WINDY CITY L. D. Lyday
arrived in the city yesterday from
Chicago. He is staying at the Hotel
MORRISTOWN VISITORS A. L.
Gegax and wife ot Morristown, ar
rived in the city yesterday and are
staying at the Hotel, Adams.
LAND AGENT HERE Andrew
Kimball, land agent at Thatcher, ar
rived in the city Monday evening and
spent vesterdav in the city.
FROM TUCSON R. W. Moore ar
rived in the city Monday evening from
Tucson. He is staying at the Hotel
MINING MAN HERE L. D. Rick
etts, prominent mining man, arrived in
the city Monday evening and is regist
ered at the Hotel Adams. '
FROM HAY DEN Charles B. Mason
of Hayden, arrived in the city Monday
evening and spent yesterday in the
GLOBE BANKER HERE J. R.
Todd, prominent Globe banker, ar
rived in the city on business. He is
registered at the Hotel Adams.
FROM YUMA Augustus D. Co of
Yuma siient yesterday in the city, ar
riving Mondav evening.
FROM WINSLOW J. s. Clawson
arrived in the city Monday evening
from Winslow. He is staying at the
CASA GRANDE VISITOR Mrs. M
J. Putnam of Casa Grande arrived in
me city yesterday and
the Commercial hotel.
staying , at I
VISITORS FROM NORTH Mrs T
E. Pulliam and C. T. Pulliam arrived
from Flagstaff Tuesdav evening They
are staying at the Commercial hotel.
TUCSON MEN VISIT E. W. Tom
hnson, H. A. Chamberland and Charles
P. Reiniger, all of Tucson, spent yes
terday in the city. They are staying
at the Commercial hotel
MINE SUPERINTENDENT HERE
Norman Marmichael, general man
ager of the Arizona Copper company,
arrived in the city yesterday on busi
ness. He is staying at the Hotel
OFFICERS ARE GUESTS Major
Du Bois and Captain Edwin T. Burne
ly of Whipple Barracks, arrived in the
city yesterday. , They are staying at
the Hotel Adams.
ON WAY HOME FROM FRANCE
Edmund G. Germann, overseas man di
rectly returned from Bourges, France
left yesterday morning for his home
FROM LOS ANGELES Louis D.
Webster and Ernest F. Bent arrived
in the city yesterday from Los An
geles. They are staying at the Jef
ferson hotel. .
TAKES LOCAL POSITION w. E.
Appleford has arrived from Los An
geles to take a position as manager
of the J. H'. Mulrein Plumbing Supply
GILA RIVR FALLING The Cil.a at
Paris Green,; Black Strap, Arsenate Lead, London
Purple, Ant Powders, Roach Powders, Black Leaf
40, Lice Killers, Spray Pumps and Powder Guns.
Arizona Seed & Floral Go.
28-30 South Central Avenue
lark, Margaret Seithamier, 17, told a
E. Burr, Chicago attorney. He had
Florence showed a stage of six feet
yesterday evening, and was falling,
according to a etlegram received at the
weather bureau. At Kelkin the stage
was seven feet, and rising. Jerome
has had 1.02 inches of rain in 21 hours,
the report concludes.
ANOTHER MONTH ON COAST
A. P. Hill, superintendent of the
county farm, has written The Repub
lican from Xiland, California, stating
that he will not return to Phoenix be
fore August 13. He will spend the in
tervening period in Los Angeles and
other points on the coast.
RETURN FROM VISIT Mrs. Ben
jamin Funk and children have returned
from a five .week's vacation spent in
Prescott. - Mrs. C. K: James of Minne
sota a cousin of Mrs. Funk, has ar
rived in Phoenix with her children for
a visit at the Funk home on West
NEW MAP OF TEMPE A new map
(-of Tempe was filed yesterday with the
county recorder. The old map has
been cut and changed so many times
it was of practically no use in the
laying out of the new highways to be
constructed there. The new map was
made and filed hy the 'state highway
c'.epartment. . .,
TREAT FOR REPUBLICAN CAR
RIERS Republican carrier boys will
see "Mickey" at the Columbia tomor
row evening through the courtesy of
ti e management of the .theater. Only
regular carriers of the newspaper will
be eligible to attend, according to
Oliver King, circulation manager. In
addition, to "Mickey" there will be
shown a Strand comedy and, the Gau
CLOSE ARGUMENTS The closing
arguments in the case of C. O. Beck,
charged with burglary, were made yes
terday afternoon in Judge Stanford's
court. Beck is charged with taking
an ice chest, an oil stove and other
small articles from a house near Gil-
In Original Packages
For Sale at
Andrew H. Miller, Mgr.
bert; The ice chest and oil stove oc
cupied promirfent places as exhibits in
the court room. The jury had reached
no verdict at a late hour last night and i
being unable to agree, were discharged.
GQ TO CALIFORNIA Mr. and Mrs. I
Fraeh Parker of 2400 West Adams
street leave tonight for , California, j
They expect to be away for about three I
months. In Harper. California, they '
will visit with Mrs.- Parker's sister.
Mrs. E. A. Spaulding formerly of j
j Phoenix. Before returning here they j
j will visit Oakland and southern Can-
I fornia beaches. ... :
j BEFORE CORPORATION COMMIS- !
i SION Only two matters were brought !
10 the attention of the state corpora- j
tion commission yesterday. There was j
j an application by the Arizona Eastern
for permission to put in a crossing on j
South Seventh street north of Grant !
street, outside the limits of Phoenix:
also an application by the board of
supervisors of Graham county to put
a road crossing on the Arizona Eastern
a mile and a half east of Geronimo.
OF VALUE TO COTTON GROW
ERS Cotton growers interested in the
problem of boll weevil and other para
sites should read Bulletin 87 of the
state experiment station, "'Insect pests
of interest to Arizona cotton growers.''
This bulletin has been prepared by Dr.
Austin W. Morrill, consulting ento
mologist at the experiment station. A
copy is available free to anyone who
j writes to the station and asks for it.
RAID A "DISTILLERY" What of
I ficers described as a fair sized "moon
! shine'' distiHery was raided last night
by federal and county officers and the
entire' outfit seized. The "plant" was
located at Alhambra, and according to
the officers, a small amount of liquor
was also taken. Two men were ar
rested in connection with the raid. The
officers in the party were Deputies
Smith. Wilson and Witten from the
sheriffs office, and Fred Weage, dep
uty United States marshal.
I! BIG OIL SUIT
The defendant's in the action brought
by the Standard Oil eempany against
the county treasurers, attorneys, asses
sors and tax collectors of the state will
have until August 15 to file answer
to the suit. This stipulation, granting
an extension of the time, was filed
yesterday before Nat McKee. deputy
clcrk of the federal court here. The
litigation concerns the taxation of the
oil company's property in Arizona, the
company claiming it is assessed above
its actual value.
The extension of time to file an
swer to the action was made on agree
ment of counsel for both sides, it was
said yesterday. Wiley E. Jones, state
attorney general, is leading in the de
fense of the Arizona counties while
Ellinwood and Ross of Bisbee are
counsel for the Standard Oil company.
uwhjagu, juiy 10. With the go
ing out of intoxicating liquor the
country is also likely to go on tne
"tipless" basis, according to A. C.
Stephens, president of the Ohio Hotel
association, who is in Chicago arrang
ing for the convention of his associa
tion to be held in connection with the
Hotel Show here during the week of
"I think the day of tips is over,'
said Mr. Stephens. "With the Euro
pean source of supply practically cut
off, it is hard to get waiters. So the
hotels have been more and more care
fully considering mechanical devices
to take the place of servants
. "It is surprising to note how many
DRY W V
Every trickle of it is
the aid of alcoholic
properties. Just a
that is beneficial and
pleasing to man, wo
man or child.
It has a delightful flavor, a pleasing aro
ma and an appetizing taste. As a thirst
quencher it cannot be equalled, as a re
freshing hot weather beverage it is un
surpasse'd. Ask for it at your favorite fountain. Or
der a case of it for your home. Serve it
at meals and to your guests.
"Hop" into a pair of Ed
win Clapp "Kangaroos."
You'll feel as satisfied
as Alcock and Brown af
ter their big "hop" over
seas. But with a difference!
There's no "briney deep'' to sepa
rate you from the solid comfort
you'll get from them.
"Kangaroo" from Australia soft,
fine, tough and scarce. .
McDougall & Cassou
HULETTS PRICK LEY-HEAT
Use at once, guaranteed by
ELVEY & HULETT
really good hotels have installed cafe
terias. I predict that more of them
will do so. The cafeteria, as you!
know, is a strictly tipless institution.
Even in dining rooms where there is
service, the movement toward doing:
a way with waiters is making rapid j
strides. There are all sort of me-j
chanical devises for this purpose. A)
mechanical system for checking hatsj
and wraps has already been devised I
and, I am sure, will soon come into ;
general use. 1
"With the going out of liquor and
the curtailing of tips in consequence of
this, waiters will be asking a wage
scale two or three times as great as'
the present one, and the hotel men
simply can't afford to pay it."
WHY GO FURTHER?
A visitor who was stopping at a hotel
was much disturbed by the snoring of
one of his friends sleeping in an ad
joining room. Suddenly the snore
ceased and the deathlike stillness op
pressed the listener.
The friend said, "I was sleeping with
my mouth open and I think 1 have
swallowed a mouse."
The hotel doctor was sent for who
adopted the novel expedient of calling
in the services of the hotel cat, and
placed a piece of toasted cheese some
little distance from the invalid's mouth,
the theory being that the mouse,
smelling the cheese, would come out
to eat it and would thereupon fall, a
prey to the cat. While the remedy 1
was working the doctor went down- j
stairs to have a drink. The patient's 4
mind being relieved, he fell asleep and j
resumed nis snoring, wnen the doc- j
tor returned he missed the cat.
GOODWIN & CO.
10 BMEIS HAIR
Don't Stay Gray! It Darken So
Naturally That Nobody
You can turn gray, faded hair
beautifully dark and lustrous al
most over night if you'll get a bot
tle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound" at any drug store. Mil
lions of bottles of this old famous
Sage Tea Recipe, improved by the
fiddition of other ingredients, are
sold annually, says a well-known
druggist here, because it darkens
the hair so naturally and evenly
that no one can tell it has been ap
plied. Those whose hair is turning gray
or becoming faded have a surprise
s waiting them, because after one
or two applications the gray hair
vanishes and your locks become
luxuriantly dark and beautiful. .
This is the age of youth. Gray
haired, unattractive folks a rent
"anted around, so get busy, with
Wyeth's S;ige and, Sulphur Com
pound tonight and you'll be de
lighted with your dark, handsome
hair and your youthful appearance
within a few days.
THE OMNIPOTENT GOD
The Lord killeth, and maketh alive:
He bringeth down to the grave, and
he bringeth up. I Samuel ii, 6.
TOO LATE T OCLASSIFY
FOR SALE Kordson tractor, twit
disc automatic Oliver plows; 3 50 gal.
tanks, spot lights, in god shape: cheap
Price $M0. See Jack Elliott at 214 W.
Washington St., Star Pool hall. It
LOST Will the party that 00k lady's
suit case off Wednesday night's Santa
l'e train please notify Mrs. H. C. Cline
it Harmon Motor Co.. as she has his-
It makes no difference what your
wants may be, you can have them sup
plied by using and reading The Repub
lican Classified pages Arizona's lead
ing advertising medium. .
You will find these
the best Extra Star A
Star shingle you have
H. H. SHOUP
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