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THE'. ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1919 ii 5 r a ?! ii si ii if, s S 1 5 i i i II If u i " I '1 i !': I: 1 1 CORRECTLY FITTED GLASSES enable you to SEE clearly, THINK clearly, CONCENTRATE upon the work in hand. Northrup Opitical Co. ' 9 E. Adams St. Phone 690 for appointment . Dr. J. C. Bell NEW SYSTEM DENTIST Monihon Building; Office Phone 605 36 East Washington St. Above Goldbergs' Clothing Store Phone 3089 ney to Loan On your furniture, Pianos, Automo bile, Livestock, Implements, etc., in sums up to $300 at lawful rates. Re pay in small monthly installments if desired. Just and courteous treatment. Peoples'' Loan and ! Investment Co. ' 23 East Washington Street 'i Over Donof rio's Phone 1396 Phoenix Seed and ' ' 'Feed' Co". Wholesaie and Retail' ' 125 East Jefferson St. Haas, Baruch&CoInc. GROCERS WHOLESALE Constable Ice and Fuel Co. Phoirs 1555 PURE ICE GOOD SERVICE WANTED SECOND HAND SACKS PHOENIX WOOD & COAL CO. 223 South Third St. Mack Gardner Buys DIAMONDS AND LIBERTY BONDS FOR CASH 45 North Central Ave. Guaranteed TITLES Phoenix Title & Trust Co. ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPLY CO. The Only EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE ' Hardware House in the State Phoenix Flour Mills Flour, Feed, Seed PHOENIX, ARIZ. Van Buren and Ninth Streets HIDES FINNIGAN-BROWN CO. Exclusive Dealers in HIDES, WOOL PELT8, ETC. 15th Ave. and Santa Fe Tracks 1 - yi " irt I 13 Mo !! MERCER MANAGER OF ; SIIH DRUG C1P1I E. H. Mercer Is the new manager : of the Sun Drug company and not for i another local drug concern as a mis t printed headline in yesterday's Repub , lican wUd lead readers to believe. t In suite "of the Republican's at ! tempt to change Mr. Mercer from the t Sun where his services were secured after considerable trouble on the part : of W. F. Neial, owner of the Sun. he was still on the job yesterday morn f )ng. Jt is his intention to stay here ' a while too, for having been in Ari zona five years, and knowing the cus ftoms of Ariozna as he does, he con siders he is in a position to please the O6onle of Arizona. - ETrose tree" 11 HJ. I5V-ADAMS-PH0NE 1317 WEATHER FORECAST. Colorado: Monday partly cloudy with local showers south portion; warmer northeast portion. Tuesday generally fair; warmer east portion. New Mexico: Monday partly cloudy with showers north portion; cooler south portion. Tuesday generally fair. Arizona: Monday ' and Tuesday generally fair, except showers east portion Monday. Not much change in temperature. West Texas: Monday generally fair in north, rain in south portion"; Tuesday generally fair. WEATHER BEPORT 3 3 -d O t 3 S" Station?, a o 1 Boston 70 "6 Cloudy Buffalo 66 68 Pt.Cldy. Chicago .... 72 76 Cloudy Denver 54 62 Cloudy Flagstaff 60. 74 Cloudy Fresno 92 92 Pt.Cldy. Galveston 82 82 Cloudy Kansas City &2 S8 Clear Los Angeles 72 SO Clear Minneapolis 74 78 Pt.Cldy. Needles 100 102 Cloudy New Orleans 82 86 Cloudy New York 70 74 Clear PHOENIX 92 96 Pt.Cldy Pittsburg 70 74 Cloudy Portland, Ore. ...84 84 Clear St. Louis 82 86 Clear Salt Lake City ..86 8S Clear San Diego 68 73 Clear San Francisco ...62 64 Clear Spokane 76 76 Clear Tucson . 92 92 Clear Winnipeg 58 62 Cloudy Yuma ; 98 106 Clear .50 .01 1.00 .18 LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY. - 7 a.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. Temp, dry bulb .;. 72 91 91 Temp., wet bulb .. 66 69 68 Humidity, pet 72 33 31 Wind, from se. e. e. Wind, miles 4 8 8 Rainfall ......... 0 0 0 Weather Clear Pt.Cldy .PtCldy. Highest yesterday 97 Lowest yesterday 70 Total Rainfall 0 Excess in temperature yesterday, 2 degrees. Excess in temperature since the first of the month, 3 degrees. Accumulated deficiency in temper atirre since January 1, 73 degrees. "Normal precipitation January 1 to date, 5.44 inches. - Actual precipitation January 1 to date, 5.81 Inches. Excess since January 1, .37 inches. ROBERT Q. GRANT. o ? OBITUARY ? Funeral of Mrs. McArthur The funeral of Mrs. Charles H. McArthur will be held from the home of her mother, Mrs. L. H. Chalmers, Third and McDowell, Tuesday at 2:00 p. m. The funeral will be private, simple, with no flowers, interment at Green wood cemetary. ? TOWN TOPICS J MR. AND MRS. M'ARTHUR COM ING Mr. and Mrs. Warren McArthur, of Chicago, parents .of Charles H. MrArthur, will arrive Tuesday morn ing for the funeral of Mrs. Charles H. McArthur. Mrs. L. S. Coats, of Los Angeles, mother of Mrs. L. H. Chalm ers and grandmother of Mrs. McArthur, arrived yesterday.. MEXICAN LABORERS TO -ARRIVE There will be a trainload of Mexican agricultural laborers in Phoe nix tomorrow morning. They will be brought in by the Arizona Cotton Growers' association for distribution to the cotton growers of this vicinity. Those who desire laborers may secure information by calling 1997, or by noti fying the Arizona Cotton Growers as sociation at 17 West Adams. BERLEMANN RETURNS Charles Berlemann, a former employe of a local paper, returned last night to Phoenix after receiving his discharge from the navy as yoeman on the trans port Manchuria, running between New York and France. Youg Berlemann had the highly interesting experience of being aboard the San Diego when she was blown up and-sunk near Fire Island, from a Cause never entirely determined. FLOWERS For all occasions. Fresh daily. Ex pert, up-to-date service. Latest ideas. Arizona Seed and Floral Co.. 28-30 S. Central Ave. Phone 4403. Adv. tf NOTICE The undersigned hereby give notice that they have ceased to have any in terest in or connection with the so called Texas Oil Development and Drilling company. , Signed, T. A. Hayden, David C. Swing. Adv. ! tf esmoj heali eaiingr my quickly! eczema so You don't have to woilto know that Resinol is healing your skin trouble! Yj The first application usually stops the itching and makes the skin look health Ser. And its continued use rarely fails to clear away all trace of eruption, crusts and soreness. Doctors have prescribed Resinol for many years, and it contains nothing that could injure the tenderest skin. Sold by all druggists, QISlilCH SETTLED OH BROUGHT FORTH Attorney General Wiley E. Jones has again settled the question of whether or not a member of the legislature can legally hold an office, created by the legislature of which he was a member. It is at least the seconi time this ques tion has been settled, but it refuses to stay settled. It is his opinion that such an appointment is illegal. The question was - raised by J, C. Goodwin of Tempe, a member of the last legislature. He brings it up, though, as Mr. Jones is careful to ex plain in his letter of reply, as a tax payer. It is evident, though no names are used, that Goodwin is aiming his questions at C. C. Green ,a member of the Maricopa County Highway Com mission and a member of the upper house in the last legislature. The letter which settles the question a second time, is as follows: "Your letter of recent date was duly received, wherein you asked if a mem ber of the present state legislature Is eligible to serve by appointment, after adjournment of the legislature, to a position on the county highway commission under the new law, as adopted at the last legislative session, 1919. You propound your Inquiry as a taxpayer. "This very question was brought to my attention by Governor Hunt some time ago, when ne had in view the ap pointment of a member of the legisla ture to a position on the state fair commission. Tne senator from Gra ham county, whom Governor Hunt then had in view for appointment, was a warm personal friend of mine, but under the constitution and the law I promptly informed the governor that such appointment as contemplated by him would not be valid. "At the last session of the legisla ture, 1919, an amendment to the law was then adopted which, by such amendment to the law provided for a salary of $10 per day for such county highway commissioners, thus providing an emolument for a county highway commissioner which did not exist be fore. "Sub-section 5 of subdivision 3, arti cle 4, of the legislative department, reads as follows: " 'No member of the legislature, dur ing the term for which he shall have been elected, shall be appointed or elected to any civil office of profit un der this state, which shall have been created, or the emoluments of which shall have been increased, during said term." "The above constitutional provision is conclusive upon the subject, as I an nounced In my opinion expressed to Governor Hunt in reference to Senator Claridge as a proposed member to the fair commission. The same provision is conclusive as against the appoint ment of a member of the present legis lature to any place upon the county highway commission." STATEMENT ISSUED BY JUDGE LANGSTON Stating that his remarks at the con ference at the governor's office on Sat urday afternoon on the subject of the high cost of living could not be quite understood on account of the omis sion of a part of what he said. Judge J. H. Langston yesterday made this statement of the general policy of the department of justice in this campaign against profiteering wherever it may be discovered. "In your account of the conference between the Arizona Merchants' As sociation with Governor Campbell on Saturday your paper erroneously quoted me as saying "no prosecution had been had in Arizona for profiteer ing for the reason that it is the an nounced policy of the government to leave this matter tn the tm'' "What X did say was that during the acuvmes or tne war the matter of prices was regulated by the Food Ad ministration and in some instances licenses were revoked and in others, penalties were imposed and collected for maintaining prices higher than those fixed by the food administrationt and that no prosecutions under the criminal statutes of the United States were had. But that nnw. uno,. avnui. instructions from the attorney general oi iue unuea states persons discov ered violating the laws of the United States regulating prices would be prosecuted. "That the office of the United States attorney for this district and the agents of the bureau of investigation of the department of justice were cooperat ing with the county and state authori ties, that a great deal of information had already been fathered with a vi, ;o prosecutions for selling at prices uui were aeemefl excessive, also that opportunity had been given and was being given for the operate in the reduction of high prices nuuniaruy ana in cases where that was not done prosecutions of those FLOWERS For A 11 Occasions Fresh ' daily. service. Latest Arizona Seed & Floral Co. 28-30 South Central Ave. PhoM4403 violating the law would follow. "And mas I now stress the fact that it is the announced policy of the de partment of justice to proceed vigor ously with the investigations that have been going on for some time and to begin prosecutions when. In the Judg ment of the officers it seems advis able. The United States attorney ap preciates the cooperation of the in dividuals that have furnished infor mation to the office and invites a con tinuance of that cooperation which is materially assisting in ferreting out the profiteer." . -o : REUBEN RESIDENCE S The home of George H. Reuben, Kis selkar representative, has been robbed, according to a report made to the sheriffs office yesterday, confirmed by an Investigation by officers. The family has been on the coast and has not yet returned. The house is located at 66 West Palm Lane, not far from the home of Royal Lescher, which waa recently robbed. The jobs being very similar in character, has led the officers to believe the same gang committed both robberies, possibly on the same night. Therobbery was discovered by the gardener, who noticed the" back screen open, and reported the matter. Inves tigation showed that the thieves had done a systematic job of looting, turn ing bureau drawers upside down and dumping their contents and ransack ing everything. There is no method of determining what may have been taken or its value until the family returns this week, nor are there any particular clues to tho guilty parties. Much wisdom was apparently shown, however, by the burglars, who took nothing that had numbers that might be traced. TAPS SOUNDED FOR POPULAR LOCAL BOY Taps were sounded Saturday over the remains of one of the brightest and best beloved boys in Phoenix, Edward. the 13 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hayes of 1246 East Willeta. Ldward died suddenly Friday morn ing after an illness of only 18 hours, and his death came as a distant shock, not only to his parents, but to his fel lows in school and in the Boy Scouts, or which he was a faithful and hard working member. The funeral was held from Moore & McCleelan's undertaking parlors Sat urday afternoon. He was buried In his scout uniform, and taps sounded by the scout buglar as his remains were laid to rest. The pallbearers were Robert Wilkerson, Richard Daniels, Milton Morse, Morris Shaw, George van Doren and F. J. Brady. CHIEF OF PHOENIX SCOTS NEVV GRANDPA A. H. Davidson, chief of the Cale donian society of Phoenix, is wearing one of those 'smiles that won't come off," having Just become "grandpa." A son, John, has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Hueneryager at 703 South Marengo avenue, Pasadena. Mrs. Hueneryager was formerly Miss Davidson and her husband, now assis tant paymaster at Los Angeles for the Santa Fe, was formerly with the Ari zona Eastern in Phoenix. i BOEHMER'S NEWS odaks KODAK SUPPLIES Better Developing and Printing We have a large stock of Brownies A. L. Boehmer's DRUGSTORE Waish. and First Ave, 3004 Phones 3005 Store No. 2 End Indian School Car Line Expert up-to-date ideas. , LOOTED BY THIEVE FLYING FOX EWTRY Ifl AVIATION RAGE Deep scientific interest attaches to the discovery by Joe V. Prochaska of a curious animal found in the wilds of Arizona which he has named the flying fox of Arizona. ...... If this sounds like a nature fake yarn, the reader is asked to- weigh carefully the explanation . made by Burt Barr, to whom the fox has been presented as a gift. Bar., it may o said in passing, has been named the superintendent of the aviation race program at the coming state fair to be held in this city November 3-8 Inclu sive. "You see, it's like this," said Barr. We are going to have plenty of entries for the big aeriai race between Los Angeles and Phoenix, which is to feat ure the opening day of the fair, but I was beginning to worry a little bit about mascots. No true amateur bird man would think of entering an event of this kind without a mascot, and, be lieve me, he's got tt have something out of the way. rrank V. Clark, for instance, is go ing to carry a rattlesnake with him to charm the Journey; Joe Murray, an other entrant, is going to carry a bull pup cnained to the fusilage, Just as a matter of safety first, but Daredevil Campbell had nothing of this kind at all, so he asked me to nick un some thing choice and classy. "Joe Pro came to the rescue with a little yellow fox, the cutest ever. I asked Joe what we'd call him, and he said to call him the Flying Fox, of course, and so we did. Rather appro priate, i n say, and Daredevil Campbell is tickled to death with the idea." TEAKETTLE BOOZE 7 CAUSES DOWNFALL Officers Hastings and Graham took a colored man named Tom Sylvester Into custoay last night, and also took alon a case of "Teakettle wiskey" he had with him. A Mexican and a Cuban negress were also incarcerated for offending against the peace and dignity of the city by violation of ordinance 160. Altogether, it was a fairly busy 24 hours for the pt'ice. In addition to these they took in two colored and one white boy for riding bicycles on the sidewalk, one man for driving with an open muffler, two for speeding, and another man for driving on the wrong side of the street and cutting. Use the Republican Classified Pages for results Read for profit. Arizona School of Music Phoenix Sixteenth Year Opens Sept 15th Students Started Right All former members of the SPLENDID FACULTY will resume their classes: FRANZ DARVAS returns as HEAD OF PIANO DEPT WALTER HASTINGS OLNEY, noted vocalist and teacher of singing, comes to take charge of VOCAL DEPT. Give your children a musical educaion at this ARIZONA CONSERVA TORY, which offers as fine advantages as can be secured in any city for the study of PIANO, VOICE, VIOLIN, MANDOLIN, GUITAR, CORNET, TROMBONE AND OTHER STRING, REED AND WIND INSTRUMENTS HARMONY, MUSICAL HISTORY, PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC, EX PRESSION, LANGUAGES AND DANCING at reasonable rates of tuition Phone 1009 or call at the School for information. OTMii inn Where Five-Cent Fares Were . Formerly Charged BOSTON NOW CHARGES TEN CENTS and 167 Street Car Companies in other cities have increased fares from Five Cents to Six, Seven, Eight and Ten Cents, and in some cases extra charge for transfers. oemx S. H. All is not wool that ba-a-s! A great many of the suits and overcoats you will see this fall will be part cotton. But they won't bear the Rogers Peet label! They test chemically every fabric they use to make sure there isn't even a thread of cotton present. No sense putting fine tailoring into something that won't last ! Our friends and cus tomers expect a lot from Rogers Peet clothes and they get it or their money back. McDougall & Cassou Washington Street VICTROLAS RECORDS PLAYER ROLLS SHEET MUSIC t Redewill Music Co. 224 W. Washington St. GAR FARES ailway :-;.ba OF ARIZONA MITCHELL, Phone 1387 and have them delivered STOP I LOOK and READ 10 LBS. GRANULATED SUGAR, $1.00 Delivered to any part of Phoenix with $1.00 order of other groceries. 10 bars White Navy Soap , 50c 10 bars Swift White Kfir Laundry Soap .......... OUC 10 bars Crystal White Soap 55c 1 can Albacore Tuna "10 Fish JLUC 3 -lb. package Magnolia (PI OO Coffee $LdLl 3-lb. pkg. Wilson Steel (J- Q Cut Coffee pi-C 1-lb. pkg. Wilson Steel ftv Cut Coffee rH)C Lighthouse Cleanser, per can , 5c 4 lOc-pkgs. Sea Foam " 07 Washing Powder aaf I C Large can California Tomatoes XVIv Iowa Sugar Corn, i Rn per can JLuC $1.00 Bellefleur Apples, (grt fA per box . . .'. 50U 4 lbs. Bellefleur QA Apples OUC Jell-O, per - A package XVv Sugar Cured Bacon . Qw Squares, per lb. , OtV Bulk Lard Compound, Q A n per lb O'iC Pure Hog Lard in Bulk, QQ per lb. ODC 10-lb. can Cane C"l OK Syrup ii),LiO 10-lb. can Sorghum , Q-J lff Syrup tpi-D 10-lb. can Corn QhL Syrup ..; ... ODC High Grade Japan in AQn bulk, per lb 4t:OC -lb. Japan High Grade 26 C 25c can K. C. Baking 1Q Powder X 7 L 50c-can K. C. Baking QQ Powder OOC Wooden Box Crackers, Cft only OUC Peanut Butter, OKn per lb. DC Stone Crocks Jam, Q1 1 Q Pure Fruit iJXX7 (Jam Is fine for the kiddies' lunch.) We make the price and deliver your groceries to your door. Why pack them home? Marvin Smith Grocery Co. Phone 13S7 329 East Wash. St. NEU FUT, 50c Puts new life in your old tired feet Sold by ELVEY & HULETT : Quality Druggists Phoenix ' Phone 4441 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE Heavy army tents, 11 PT army tents for cotton pickers, 16x16 ft. with 3-foot wall. 75 values; half price. Phone 8R2. . . And the much-criticized Phoenix Railway Co. is still giving its patrons ervice at Five Cents and Thousands of Its Patrons Appreciate It and the Honorable Attorney General of the United States (who was named after, the uncle of the manager Alex Mitchell) can easily eliminate this company from the list of profi teers. Assist us by giving your support Mgr.