THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1919
CORRECTLY FITTED GLASSES
nab! you to SEE clearly, THINK
cltarly. CONCENTRATE upon the
work in hand.
Northrup Optical Co.
, 9 E. Adams St.
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WATER REPORT FOR AUGUST 5
Reservoir elevation, feet 177. S3
Contents, acre feet 687.790
(Jain in 24 hours 6,390
Klevatlon, year ago 163.19
Contents, year ago 527,250
Normal Tow Granite Reef 304,360
Normal flow year ago 18,880
Water used north side 28.4S0
Water used south side 25,515
DR. . G. BELT
NEW SYSTEM DENTIST
Monihon Building Office Phone 60S
Arizona: Wednesday and Thursday
fair: somewhat warmer Thursday.
New Mexico: Wednesday and Thurs
day partly cloudy: somewhat warmer
southeast portion Wednesday.
Southern California: Fair.
:. M East Washington St
1 Abova Goldbergs' Clothing m fc.sj
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j Phona 3083
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
ment. Peoples' Loan and
23 E. Washington Street
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Stations rr i p
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Buffalo 72 76 Clody !ob
Chicago 88 8S Pt. Cldy -18
Denver . S8 88 Clear .00
Flagstaff 72 76 Clear .00
Fresno 92 92 Pt. Cldy .00
Galveston 84 88 Pt. Cldy .00
Kansas City ... 94 96 Clear .00
Los Angeles 68 74 Clear .00
Minneapolis 84 86 Clear .00
Needles 112 112 Clear .00
New Orleans .... 82 88 Cloudy -00
New York 70 74 Cloudy .00
PHOENIX 101 101 Clear .00
Pittsburg 86 88 Cloudy .70
Portland. Ore. . . 78 78 Clear .00
St. Louis 94 96 Clear .00
Salt Lake City . . 84 86 Clear .00
Pan Diego 68 70 Pt. Cldy .00
San Francisco ...56 60 Pt-Cldy .00
Snokane 74 74 Cloudy .00
Tucson 90 92 Pt. Cldy .00
Washington 82 84 Cloudy .40
Winnipeg 70 84 Cloudy .02
Yuma 102 104 Clear .00
Local Weather Yesterday
7 a.m- 1 p.m. 7 p.m.
dry hulh 72
wet bulb 64
Humidity, per cent.. 64
Wind, miles 5
Weather Clear Clear Clear
Highest yesterday 101
Ixnvest yesterday 70
Total raintall 0
Deficiency in temperature yesterday,
Deficiency in temperature since the
first of the month. 40 degrees.
Accumulated deficiency in tempera
ture since January 1, 010 degrees.
Normal precipitation January 1 to
date. 4.-2 inches.
A't'ii.l precipitation January 1 to
date, 4.70 inches.
Excess since January 1, .48 inch-
JAMES H. GORDON.
Many pcuplc complain m inviiiuii
tarily falling asleep when at a pic
ture show or when reading or when
doing any c lose work. This is one
of the surest signs that the eyes are
working under a strain eyes with
perfect vision do not resist work ex
pected of them unless one is nuy
A reliable optometrist should be
consulted and his advice followed.
If glasses are needed he will pre
scribe correct lenses to gie perfect
MUNSON OPTICAL CO.
8 E. Washington St.
Phoenix Seed and
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Jefferson St.
Haas, Barueh&Ca , he.
Constable Ice and
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
Exclusive Dealers in
HIDES, WOOL. FELTS, ETC.
15th Ave. and Santa Fa Tracks
PHILADELPHIANS ARE GUESTS
.Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Klemmer of
Philadelphia arrived in the city yester
cliy and are staying at the Jefferson
FROM NEBRASKA Marie Weesner
of Lincoln. Nebraska, arrived in the
city yesterday and is staying at the
-ii fferson hotel.
DENVER MAN HERE Sam Soda
of Denver arrived in the city yester
day on business. He is staying at the
AT THE ADAMS W. H. Frost of
Chicago, arrived in the citv vesterdav
and is staving at the Hotel Adams.
AT THE COMMERCIAL W. H.
Hoover of Prescott arrived in the city
yesterday. He is registered at the
AT THE JEFFERSON O. R. Den
nison of Globe arrived in the city yes
terday and is staying at the Jefferson
COAST MAN HERE ,T. G. Rogers
and Henry Tonjes of San Francisco,
arrived in the city yesterday and are
staying at the Hotel Adams.
FROM MILWAUKEE K. E. McCib
lion of Milwaukee. Wisconsin, arrived
i'l tho city yesterday and is staying at
:h' Hotel Adams.
I-KUM PHILADELPHIA Knssell
Duane and Morris Duane of Phila
delphia arrived in the city vesterdav
and are registered at the Jefferson
FROM THE PRESIDIO Lieut
Harry C. Sessions of the Presidio, San
Francisco, arrived in the city yester
day ami is staying at the Hotel Adams
AUSTRALIAN A VISITOR R. A.
Creswell of Sydney. Australia, stopped
off in the city yesterday on his way
east. He was registered at the Jeffer
FROM LOS ANGELES R. R. Rus
sell of Los Angeles arrived in the citv
vesterdav and is staying at the Com
FROM CONNECTICUT Dean Fok
ter and family of Stanford, Conn., ar
rived in the city yesterday and are reg.
's.creo at the Jefferson hotel. They
are motoring to the const.
PASADENAN IN CITY H. C. Mer
ritt. Jr.. of Pasadena. California, ar
rived in the city yesterday. He Is stay
ing at the Hotel Adams.
RAY MAN IN L. Gilroy arrived in
the city yesterd.iv from Rav and is
registei-er at the Hotel iTams
ANGF.LFANS IN TOWN C.' K. Jew
ett. F. T. Thompson and .T. C. Denton
of Los Angeles, arrived in the city yes
terday. They are staying at the" Hotel
TUCSON MAN A VISITOR W. L.
McDonald of Tucson, arrived in the
citv yesterday and is registered at the
: Jefferson hotel.
FROM WASHINGTON Jonathan
Daniels send his brother Frank of
Washington, D. C. spent vesterdav in
the city en route from Los Angeles to
ineir nnme. They wei-c registered at
! the Jefferson hotel.
I rROM LOS ANGELES II. Stephen
son and T. A. Fagan of Los Angeles,
Arrived on business yesterday and are
staving at the Jefferson hotel
NEW YORKERS AT JEFFERSON
New York guests at the Jefferson
hotel yesterday include H. G. Kahrs
John W. Wood, Jr., and W. Donald
FROM OREGON L, M. Rice of
Portland, Ore., arrived In the city yes
terday and is registered at the Hotel
FROM MISSOURI T. W. Cahien of
St. Louis. Missouri, arrived in the city
yesterday on business. He is staying
at the Hotel Adams.
MINING MAN COMES IN Frank
Keefer, mining man, arrived in the city
yesterday from Kingman. He is stay
ing at the Jefferson hotel.
PENNSYLVANIA WOMAN HERE
Mrs. I. C. West of Erie Penn.. ar
rived in the city yesterday. She is
staving at the Jefferson hotel.
ARRIVES HOME B- Vaughn, yard
master for the Santa Fe here, arrived
home two nights, ago from Big Springs,
Texas, where h was called two weeks
ago on account of the illness of his
TO WELCOME FLEET Mrs. Mary
Gorman, 1204 East Washington street,
left last night as a member of the of
ficial Arizona delegation which will
welcome the Pacific fleet at San Diego
COACH GEARY HOME Francis
1 Geary of the Vic Hanny comDunv re
turned yesterday after a three weeks
vacation spent in Illinois and Wiscon
sin. While in Chicago he visited sev
eral of the large clothing houses in the
interests of the Hanny store.
LEAVES FOR CHI W. B. Twitchell
left for Chicago last night on business.
GOING TO MISSOURI J. R. Norton
left the city last night for Kansas City,
FROM MINNESOTA F. W. Clif
ton of Owatonna. Minnesota, arrived in
the city on business yesterday and is
staving at the Commercial hotel.
FLORENCE WOMEN HERE Mrs.
C. G. Powell and Miss Anna Virginia
Powell, of Florence, arrived in the city
yesterday afternoon and are staying at
the Hotel Adams. '
FLORENTINE ARRIVES W.. Y.
Rice of Florence, arrived in the city
yesterday and is registered at the Hotel
GOING TO L. A. Mrs. George C.
Barnum left last night for Los Angeles.
ON BUSINESS TO COAST V. R.
Elliott, engineer with the Water Us
ers' Association, left last night for the
coast on business.
-AKRON WOMAN IN CITY Miss
N. M. Buckingham, Miss Inez Hicker
and Miss Adeline A. Hirleman, of Ak
ron, Ohio, arrived In the city yesterday
and are staving at the- Jefferson hotel.
DOWN i' ROM IRON SPRINGS
Mrs. Hugh M. Weatherford of Iron
Springs, arrived in the city yesterday
and is staving at the Hotel Adams.
NEW YORKER A VISITOR Eu
gene A. Farley of New York, arrived in
the city yesterday on business. He is
staying at the Hotel Adams.
FROM GEORGIA Ed W. Hafer of
Atlanta, Georgia, arrived in the city
yesterday. He is registered at the
'I-RISCO MAN HERE B. P. Byrne
of San Francisco, arrived in the city
yesterday on business. He is regist
ered at the Commercial hotel.
GLOBE MEN HERE E. H. Gilil-
land and Hoyt Medlen of Globe, arrived
in the city yesterday and are staying
at the Hotel Adams.
WILL HELP WELCOME ARMADA
John Hyder, well known local cloth
ing merchant, left last night for San
Diego to witness the arrival of the
great Pacific fleet on the west coast
and to help add entusiasm to the peca-
sion of the welcoming. It is possible
he will go to Chicago on a buying trip j
for his store before returning to this j
LEAVE ON BUYING TRIP Ed
ward C. Carter, manager of Korricks'
New York store here, Mrs. Hill, head of
the ready-to-wear department of the
store, and Mrs. Walker, of the corset
and underwear department, have left
for the east on a buying trip for the
store. They will be gone about two
weeks, visiting the larger buying cen
ters in the east.
IS BACK ON THE JOB Lieutenant
Harold Hess, lately returned from
France, is back at the Vic Hanny com
pany after an absence, of over three
years. Hess first went to the border
in May, 1916, and after a session of
border guard went to Camp Kearny,
California- He went overseas with the
158th infantry, but was later detiiled
as an instructor at the Army Univer
sity in France.
WARNING TO RANCHERS With
the death of three more cattle on a
valley ranch, after they had been per
mitted to feed in cantaloupe patches.
Dr. H. E. Gerdes yesterday sounded
another warning against this practice
The decomposing fruit still in canta
loupe patches creates hydrocyanic
(prussic) acid, which is fatal to all stock
which are permitted to feed in the
patches. According to Dr. Gerdis,
ranchers should be particularly careful
of the practice.
MEETING The regular August meet
ing of the Cartwright Missionary so
ciety will be held Thursday, August 7,
at the honve of Mrs. Hinkle on Lateral
18, south of the Yuma road. The sub
ject of the meeting will be Japan and
Korea, and an interesting program has
been prepared. Special music will be
given by Rev. and Mrs- G. W. Forman.
Mrs. Olmstead will talk. Those in
charge of the program and refresh
ments will be Mrs. D. L. Anderson,
Miss Vida Anderson and Mrs. Hinkle.
CHILDREN GREW RECORD
SQUASH A hubbard squash weigh
ing 19 pounds, grown by three children
all under nine years of age, has been
received at the chamber of commerce
and may be sent to the International
Soil Products Exposition in Kansas
City, if Maricopa county sends an ex
hibit. The three youthful agricultur
ists are Mary Dorman, Arthur and
RAIN APLENTY LAST WEEK
Douglas had 1.60 inches of rain last
week. Pinto had but .20 inch but re
ports "cattle and range never better."
Pinedale had .77 inches of rain and re
ports "cattle fattening. u llliams had
a maximum temperature of 78 degrees
during the week, and a minimum of
45 degrees, with .93 inches of rainfall.
There was 1.41 inches of precipitation
No matter where you
spend the summer, re
member, he who spends
this summer here, gets
wonderful value in our
Ever worn "Athletic"
union suits? Great!
AH sizes up to 52 chest.
Scientific Truss Fitting
Free examination. Come today
ELVEY & HULETT
Phoenix Phone 4441
ave You Got
Lots of Money?
If not, then let us help
t t r i
you save we can neip
you accumulate a Nest
10 lbs. Granulated Sugar
lb. pkg. Wilson Steel
1 lb. pkg. Wilson Steel
Pure- Hog Lard in bulk.
5 lbs. Wite
13 lbs. Fancy California
Pink Beans -
Aluminum Jar Tops,
Heavy red rubber Jar
The engagement and approaching
marriage of Miss Thelma Stromberg,
6U North Fourth avenue, to Oliver
Kerney Benjamin, has just been an
nounced. The marriage will take
place on October 11, Miss Stromberg's
21st birthday, ;n this city.
The bride-to-be is a daughter of
Charles E. Stromberg, manager of the
Southern Motor company, and has
been a resident of Phoenix since last
Mr. Benjamin, formerly of Provi
dence. Ky., but a resident of this city
since last January, was a sergeant ma
jor in the medical corps of the Cana
dian Expeditionary Forces and went
abroad in 1515. He has been gassed
and has been wounded twice.
Mr. Benjamin is manager of the
service department of the Sauffley
Rubber company, and his acquaintance
with Miss Strombzerg dates from last
6 Bars White Laundry
Soap has advanced $1.00 case last,
two weeks lay in a supply
3 10c Loaves
Walker's quart bottles of
Walker's pint bottles of
Wooden box of Crackers,
per box .
25c size K. C. Baking
50c size K. C. Baking
This is some Bargain!
2 20c packages Bishop
Graham Crackers itiC
Bulk Peanut Butter,
This is cheaper than you
.preserve Jam at home.
We deliver orders o
$1.00 or over to any place
We Make the Price
329 E. Washington St.
BUSINESS IS GOOD!
IS ALWAYS GOOD!
16 OZ. FULL WEIGHT
7 West Washington St.
Good energetic, neat appearing young
man 18 to 21 years for good permanent
popsition in The Republican office.
Must be a good fast and willing work
er. A good chance for the right party
with opportunity for advancement.
See Anderson at Republican office.
Permission to issue and sell bonds
in the sum of $250,000 has been granted
to the Alamos Land and Irrigation
company of Yavapai county by the
state corporation commission. This
money is lo be used to complete the
project and turn the water onto the
It is understood that eastern capita
has been interested in the project and
will furnish the additional funds nec
essary to raise the height of the day
about 100 feet, and thus enable the ir
rigation of about 20,000 acres instead
of the 5,000 originally intended.
PRESCOTT MAN HERE J. L.
Hopkins of Prescott, arrived in the
city yesterday and :s staying at the
LEADS KOREANS IN
FIGHT FOR FREEDOM
C. OF C. ACTS FOR
SAFER BUILDING 111
An enlarged committee of nine busi
ness men has been appointed by Webb
Griffin, president of the chamber of
commerce, to meet at an early dale
and consider the proposition of safer
buildings for Phoenix.
The committee will in all likelihood
recommend to the city commissioners
the adoption of the requirements or
the board of underwriters relative to
improved methods of building construction.
Members of the committee are: Royal
W. Lescher, L. M. Fitzhugh, V. O. Wal-
lingford. E. M. Davis, chairman; H. S.
Prince. D. Goldberg. H. I,. Aller. T B.
Stewrart and John Rinker Kibbey.
MAIN LINE SMfffi FE-
ROAD OPEN H
CI PEACHES US
"Can peaches and plums'' is the sub
stance of a warning sent out yesterday
from the local produce market. Can
them now and avoid prcesi which are
sure to be abnormal this winter.
Peaches are abundant in the valley,
with' quality uniformly good. Cali
fornia and the Salt River Valley are
practically the only regions in the
country where the crop has been good,
and there is already a big demand for
them to be converted into butter, jam,
preserves and pickles for the winter
Nearly 15 varieties of plums, both lo
cal and California, are in the market.
These include Satsumas. Pruni Sa
monis, Burbanks. Santa Rosas. Wick
sons, Hybrids, Climax, Shiro and Kel
"Prices are going to soar," said one
produce man. "If people were wise
they would buy peaches and plums
now, when they are plentiful."
PROTEST SUGAR SHIPMENT
SAX ANTONIO, Tex., Aug. 5.
Wholesale grocers of San Antonio to
day wired President Wilson protest
ing against the order for shipment of
1.000,000 pounds of sugar from govern
ment warehouses at Fort Sam Hous
ton, on to Chicago, for alleged non
essential consumers, when this sec
tion of the country is facing a sugar
NOTICE TO THE BATHING PUBLIC.
The swimming at Joint Head is
great. The river has cleared up, ropes
have been set up around the deep holes
and signs posted as to deep and shal
low water. If you want to enjoy a
real good swim these hot evenings,
come out to Joint Head.
Follow the cars out Tempe Road.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
THREE-ROOM apartment and
screen porch. No sick or children. 523
E. V an Buren. P
WANTED Furnished house, close
in; must have all conveniences. Call
Mr. Taylor, phone 3545. n
FOR SALF Ford racer with extra
equipment. Will sell or trade for an
other Ford. Phone 1056. n
FOR SALE -Thompson seedless
grapes. 2c a pound. Call at 1153 East
; That Relieve
The Santa Fe main line across
northern Arizona is again in full op
eration, according to information given
out yesterday by F. I. Cruice, assist
ant general passenger and freight
agent for the state.
. A telegram was received late. Mon
day evening directing the local ticket
office to resume the sale of through
tickets, and later advices were that the
line is again in full operation. From
this it will he deduced that the ap
proaches wwshed out to the bridges
across the Rio Puerco have been re
placed, and the washout near Hack
berry fully repaired, and that the flood
conditions of a few days ago have ma
Dr. Don Bysng Hi.
Dr. Don Byung Hi is one of the
most powerful men in the orient. He
was the first signer of the Korean
declaration of independence. It is
estimated that he has a following of
three million people.
iIUU!1L Heils Keep your Eyes
i"Tl Strong and Healthy, ii
SwffiiP I Mr" they Tire, Smart, Itch, or
jrffcC Burn, if Sore, Irritated,
YOUR Ll Lj Inflamed or Granulated,
use Murine of tea Safe for Infant or Adult
At all Drupgists. Write for Free Eye Book.
Hcrine Eye Remedy Cmsasy, Chlcsgo.U. S. k.
to Mother! Milk Euicft to digest
a r-nrIT, J
Minions of peo
ple in Europe
WIDEXANN'S GOAT Ml LI LABORATORIES
SiM j tonuU PbiiciawBUfSuFiuciM
IN FURNISHED brick. 6 rooms and
2 screens on E. Garfield. $45.
Select apartment for two people. N.
First Ave. $40.
Three small farms on Glendale cer
line. Sweeney, with Bledsoe Realty Co.
Phone 3"79. It
.LOST Between Hotel Adams and
Commercial hotel yesterday afternoon,
a white unsealed envelope marked
"Florence Commercial Co." and con
taining deed. Reward if returned to
W. Y. Price at Hotel Adams this morn
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Electric and Hand
Why all the drudgery of the hot wash tub and board this hot weather?
Buy a MAYTAG ELECTRIC POWER WASHER and let it do your
; work. It will do a much better job washing than can be done by hand,
and oh, so easy.
26-32 E. Adams St.-
I WOULD LIKE
225 West Adams St.
WE WILL BE CLOSED
During the whole month of August. Open for
business again September 1.
35 East Washington St.
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