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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1919 ) do you know why all the meii have been f so strong in their appreciation of our saier Because hiucks is Known as a store that handles only recognized standard lines, and be cause a sale at HYDER'S IS A SALE. DELVES Men's Palm Beach and Light Weight SUITS :.r0 Palm Beach ight suits to go and nt $15.00 Palm Bearh weight suits to go at 116.50 Talm Beach v eilit- suits to go at f 18.50 Talin Beach weight suits to go at o.OO PaUn Beach Wright suits to go it : $2.". t0 Piiim Beach waij,-lit .suits to go at ,- Mo.OO Palm Beach weight "s jits to go at light $9.35 and light- $11.25 and light- S12.35 and light- $13.85 and light- $15.00 and light- $18.75 and light- $22.50 MINIMUM CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS Extraordinary Sale of SUMMER SHOES These shoes we offer at clearance prices were remarkably low priced at their 'former figures. Fine $9.00 White Buck Shoes for men Men's $6.00 White Can vas Shoes . . . $6.00 and $6.50 $3.75 STRAW HATS 25 OFF Every Straw Hat, Bang kok and Panama in the store to go at 25 off. Four Special Lots of Fine Shirts Reduced $1.50 and $2.00 Shirts at $1.15 $2.50 and $3.00 Shirts at $1.65 $3.50 and $4.00 Shirts at $1.85 $5.00 to $730 Shirts at $3.65- T DOMESTIC PROBLEMS OTHER Theater ' ' Columbia "Hoi-nldiTie Farrar is a positive revela tmn in "The Turn of the Wheel," her lati'st dramatic success which is play i g a four-day engagement at the W'imbia. This super-feature in which If-M-bcrt KaTwtinson is co-starred with .'.Hiss Karrar, will he shown at the Co linibia theater again today and Wed nrsfla y. Though Miss Farrar delights in mo t;n picture acting and refutes the riims of gome persons that screen work has a. harmful effect on an artist, miiMtc is 8nd always will he her upper most thought her first love. At the (audio where she works, the noted nrtjst has every opportunity to revet in music whether it be while a thrill ing incident is being enacted for the ncrecn or during the -off moments be tween scenes of a play when she re tires to her gorgeous lounging room where she has installed a baby grand piano. "The Turn of the Wheel." is an of fering that has an entirely new theme, and a mighty good one, too. It is that something different for which film fans have been waiting. While love is the basis for the story, as it is ot all good stories, the strong dramatic ! features that are interwoven into the piny, lend immeasurable strength and I afford Miss Farrar and Herbert Rawl i inson unlimited opportunity to do some I of their best work before the camera. ! A Pathe review and a Current Topics i are the supplementing numbers for to day and Wednesday. o m fjBA ' oh U IVERSIDE PARK you Jazz Band TONIGHT The Big Pool is always open the water is heated Thursday from 10:00 to 1:00 o'clock all children will be hauled to the park in Riverside buses free of charge. II on it CRAZY cm OPENS BIOS 1 DRIACE SYSTEM EW STREET CLEANER Alfonso Valdez was vindicated in Justice Wheeler's court yesterday. He had been, arrested on a complaint sworn out by his wife, charging failure to provide. It was brought out that Valdez had been similarly prose cuted on the complaint of his wife in many jurisdictions wherever he happened to be working. It was also developed that he was earning $21 a week that he had been turning over $12 a week to his wife but that sum was not sufficient to enable her to live in the style to which she desired to become accustomed. It was further shown that of this weekly installment she was paying $2 a week on raiment she had purchased for herself and that a part of it went in weekly installment on a $60 brass bedstead. The court after lecturing the woman briefly on the subject of domestic economy, dismissed the charge against the husband. Leslie Vance, similarly charged, came before. the court and said he was prepared to fight it. He lives at Ray and when he heard that his wife had made such a complaint against him, he hastened to Phoenix to meet it. Another alleged failure to provide was that of Nick Romero, who said that he had been married five months and at once left for the place out of town where he is working. His wife declined to accompany him and he felt that he could not maintain two households. In variation of the monotony of these proceedings. Glen Porter, a young man living west of the city, was brought in charged with burglarizing the place of business of the Phoenix Metal and Sheet company and stealing an electric fan. Porter was held for examination next Thursday. His bond was fixed at $1,000 which he was unable to fur nish. Bernal Calderon, accused of burglarizing the house of a man named De la Terre, was arraigned and held for examination next Thursday. o A Amuzu Theater Motorcycle Officer Papo, of the city police force, is a very agreeable per son and is always ready and willing to agree with everyone, just so their idear are not bolshevik. Yesterday morning before the day force of the police had registered for duty, Papo was holding the citadel all alone, when a Mexican entered the office and asked Papo to agree that he was not crazy. Papo was very willing to agree that his 'visitor was not in any way insane. The Mexican left after the officer had advised him to consult a doctor, but good advice is sometimes disregarded! and oft times trouble results. The Mexican, who later gave his name as Gregorio Munes, returned in a. short while, picked up an automo bile bumper which sat in a 'corner near Papo and demanded that the lat ter nana over his gun. Papo prizes his gun, and refused to surrender, whereupon Munes swung the bumper at Papo with all intentions in the world of taking either his head or his gun. It took the officer but a moment to At a special meeting of the city com mission yesterday afternoon bids were opened for the new drainage system and a new street cleaner. There were three bids for the drain age system, that of Claude Fisher of Phoenix being the lowest. His price was $124,711.60. Doyle Brothers of Phoenix bid $132,849.50 and George S. Benson & Son of Los' Angeles placed their price at $136,625. In the matter of a new street cleaner, which is to be a motorized pick-up broom, there was only one bid, that of the Elgin Sales corporation, of $6,447.50. The W. E. Baxter company agreed to clean the streets, furnish the ma chinery and labor for 16 and a half cents per one thousand square yards, while the Culbertson Motor' company of Phoenix asked for a contract to do the street cleaning at 13 and a half cents per 1000 square yards. The last two bids were not according to the specifications advertised. o WOMAN'S WORK IN THE WAR It forms a, glorious.chapter in the history of American womanhood. She has nursed the sick andwounded-shehas cared for thewdows and orphans. While working for theNation her work for the Home can be lightened by serving Shredded Wheat Eiscuita ready-cooked whole wheat food that combines deliriously and whole somely withbeniesorotherfruits.ASuramerlifesar. JAIL MR L A I E WASSEBEJl TRIO IS Oil ITS IY 01 IT PROGRAM WILL 1 E LOCAL E TAKE I CHANCES S 0 1! W I appropriations for the schools of $750, 000 and a special extra appropriation, of $125,000, will bring the total '" the common, high and vocational schools to more than a million dollars. ARRIVES FOR CONFERENCE hi ALWAYS COMFORTABLE Wed. & Thurs. The Handcuff King IN "THE MASTER MYSTERY" Houdini is the only man that succeeded in escaping from the dungeons of Siberia and the jails of all the pricical cities in the t ,i world. f u . , my FHE ROSE TREE Sonny Clay, the Jazz Artist, Music every night except Wednes day and Sunday Nights Today Wednesday GERALDINE FARRAR And All Star Cast in "The Turn off the Wheel" Pathe Review Current Topics COLLISIO on pl unuL IT ion I IN WITH UNIQUE IS COURT First showing of the premier Rotha pfel unit program, unanimously re garded by screen critics as, the most artistic bit of photoplay ever offered, will take place at the Columbia theater Thursday of this week. The program will be shown three days, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. A pre-view of this Rothapfel pro gram was held in Phoenix last week and the few invited guests declared it to be one of the best offerings they had ever witnessed. The entire program of six big parls is given over to one theme, "The Pur suit of Happiness" and every part carries out that theme. One can readily realize the balance attained, the per fect symmetry of such an idea. An overture opens the program, fol lowed by "The Wood of Fair Water," which pays an everlasting tribute to the V. S. marine who so nobly fought and died in the pursuit of world hap piness and peace at Belleau woods. Then comes "His Last Hour" Jrom Massenet's elegy, followed by an epi gram that is an innovation in the mo tion picture world. The dramatic fea ture, "False Gods," follows with the comedy "Wild Flowers" as the con cluding number. o SHORTAGE OF FARM LABOR On the complaint of Bird Happy. Nepp Cobb appeared in Justice Wheel er's court yesterday to answer to a charge of reckless driving, for fate had brought together these two men of un usual names on a road west of the city. Happy said that he was driving along at peace with all the world, as was his ancient nag, when Cobb suddenly swept down upon him and tore off one of his front wheels. Cobb admitted the collision, but he said that so far as he was concerned, it was unavoidable; it would have been a . wonder if it had not happened. Happy, he said, was giving a spectacle of a man occupying the whole width of a fifty-foot roadway. He would now be'on one side of it and now on the other. Cobb said that he trailed along after him until he thought he saw an opening to pass but before he could effect that maneuver, Happy veered across to the other side. The case will he further looked into by Justice Wheeler. WASHINGTON, July 27 A shortage ot agricultural laiior as well as com mon labor in the western and south ern states, and a general surplus of men ot professional and technical training and of clerks were noted as the outstanding features of the present employment situation in the United States in the annual report of the di vision of operations of the federal em ployment service. Jim Banks is going to leave Phoenix, In fact, if he has not left Phoenix by the time this-appears in print, he will probably be back at his old stamping grounds, the city jail. Time without number has Banks ap peared before City Magistrate Thomas in police court. The charge has never varied.. He has always been arrested as a vagrant, but according to the police he has been the head of an al leged dope ring in Phoenix for some time. They have never been able to catch him in the act of selling cocaine, however, but on one or two occasions they found small bottles of the "joy powder" in his possession. Banks, who is a colored man, when arraigned yesterday afternoon, pleaded earnestly to be allowed to leave the city. Judge Thomas attached a jail sentence of 90 days to him and then gave him his choice of doing the time or leaving the city. Banks solemnly promised he would leave at once. Marie Caldwell, colored woman who was arrested in company with Banks, also charged many times with being a vagrant and who has served any amount of time, was given the same sentence and the same choice. She, too, promised she would be on her way at once. Morris Feliz, still a third party in the alleged ring, took the same alternative and is probably beyond the city limits. o TREATY PROVISIONS IMPOSSIBLE VIENNA, July 27. Vice Chancellor Fink, in a speech before the assembly, denounced the economic provisions of the peace treaty as incapable of ful fillment, and the whole treaty full of contradictions, manifestly the result of a compromise between the "brutal egotism of our neighboring states and the discernment of the great powers." disarm Munes and lodge him in jail. A few short evolutions of the elbow and Senor Munes was willing to be good. He will face a lunacy board. o 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. IT'S COOL AT THE Continuous Perform ance Sat. and Sun. 2 to 11 P. M. THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY We take great pleasure in offering Phoenix Theatergoers the first OTHAPF.E L T PROGRAM "THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS" UNI IN SIX BIG PARTS OVERTURE "THE WOOD OF FAIR WATER" "HIS LAST HOUR'.' , EPIGRAM "FALSE GODS" "WILD FLOWERS' Spuds Spuds Spending the night before their mar riage in the city jail is the experience of Manlo Marques and Mattie Tbano, Mexican couple arrested and charged with violation of city ordinance 160. When arraigned yesterday afternoon Marques explained he had secured a marriage license and that they were going to be married. The testimony of the police showed he had had the license since last Thursday but had made no use of it up to the time of their arrest Saturday night. Judge Thomas decided the best way of being sure that they used the license was to hold them in the city jail over night and then see that they were properly escorted to a justice of the peace this morning, where the happy event will take place. ST. GERMAIN-EN-LATE. July 27. Dr. Karl Renner, Austrian chancellor and head of the Austrian peace dele gation, arrived here today from Keld kirch, near the Swiss border, where ho conferred with Austrian governmental, representatives from Vienna, Dr. Ren-, ner at once formulated a request to the peace conference for extension ot the time accorded Austria to reply to the second part of the peace terms, communicated July 20. The Austrians were orjginally given 15 days within which to reply. ARIZONA TO SPED A niii cnunn e 1 UUliUULU Arizona is to spend more than a mil lion dollars on her school system this year, exclusive of the state university, according to the appropriations made by the last legislature and the levies asked yesterday by the state school board. The state board of equalization will be asked, as the result of the meeting yesterday, to make a levy of $70,000 for use under the law of 1913; $100,000 for the payment of 75 per cent of sal aries of teachers of vocational subjects in high schools; $50,000 for mainten ance and supplies in the schools at present giving vocational training and those that are expected to put in these courses this fall. These sums, added to the regular Re wo 'clod One car load 1x8 to 1x12. No. 2 Redwood in today for Shoup's Lumber Yard. 1x8 and 10 $50 1x12 $55 a thousand. See this stock. You will use it. H.H.ShoupLumberCo. Per Hundred $3.75 Fancy California. Car load received today. - Sunny Monday SOAP Per Box . Buy now, you will pay 7 dollars soon. Arizona Grocery Company Free Delivery, Phone 1954-455 $5.45 The Secretary of the Interior has issued the following invitation to the American people to visit the Ifational farks and National Monument 7o the American People: Uncle Sam asks you to be his guest. He has prepared for you the choice places of this continent places of grandeur, beauty and of wonder. He has built roads through the deep -cut canyons and be side happy streams, which will carry you into these places in comfort, and has pro vided lodgings and food in the most distant and inaccessible places that you might enjoy yourself and realise as little as possible the rigors of the pioneer travelers life. These are for you. They are the play grounds of the people. To see them is to make more hearty your affection. and admiration for America. Secretary of the Interior Summer Excursion Fares Ask for (be booklets you want They de scribe Yellowstone, Glacier, Rocky Mountain, Mt Rainier, Crater Lake, Yosemite, Sequoia, Hawaii, Grand Canyon, Petrinedorest, Zion, Meat Verde and Hot Springs of Arkansas. Ask the local ticket aeent to help plan yourtrip, or apply to nearest Consolidated Ticket Office, or address Travel Bureau, U.S. R.R. Administration, 646 Transportation Bide-, Chicago; 143 Liberty St., New York; 602 Healey Bldg., Atlanta, Ga, United 'States '- ImoAJj-ABMiNisiMncN- CONSOLIDATD TICKET OFFICE Adam St. and Central Ave. Phoenix, Ariz. A&rSfK.