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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER. 16, 1919 CORRECTLY FITTED GLASSES nabla you to SEE clearly, THINK elaarly, CONCENTRATE upon tha work in hand. Northrup Opitical Co. 9 E. Adama St. Phone 690 for appointment Dr. J. C. Belt NEW SYSTEM DENTIST Monihon Building; Office Phone 605 ISAKiTAftY SYSTIMI 36 Eatt Washington St. Above Goldberga' Clothing Store 5 Phone 3089 aWTi"aateaVanrWiaT1evKaa 1 Money to Loan On your furniture, Pianos, Automo bile, Livestock, Implements, etc., in suma up to $300 at lawful rates. Re pay in email monthly installments if desired. Just and courteous treatment. Peoples' Loan and Investment Co. 23 East Washington Street Over Donofrio'a Phone 1396 Phoenix Seed and Feed Co. Wholesale and Retail 125 East Jefferson St. Haas,Baruch&Co..Inc. GROCERS WHOLESALE Constable Ice and Fuel Co. Phors 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 Streeta HIDES FINNIGAN-BROWN CO. Exclusive Dealera in HIDES, WOOL PELTS, ETC. 15th Ave. and Santa Fa Tracks ROE'S TAXI DODGE CARS Stand 35 West Washington St. CITY CALLS, 5Ce; $2 PER HOUR Country Trips 10o Mile Phone 1236 ROUNDING UP PEDDLERS A number of peddlers will go out ot - business in a few days, according to . the sheriff's office. Deputies for the past weok have been rounding up the j Klreet SBcrthants who have failed to ,.; pay there quarterly license of $200. E. -' Tt. Zopeda who has been in the busi r.ess for a number of years, yesterday left his check with Cnderxheriff Bow ' "ra for the required amount. 0 i LOST A new suit case, containing woman's and boy's clothing. Lost be- - tween Phoenix and Chandler. Notify u Mis. J. W. White. Chandler. Reward. -Adv bp SSaROSE TREE 0l5VADAMS'PHONEI3l7 WEATHER FORECAST. Colorado Tuesday generally fair; warmer east portion. Wednesday fair. New Mexico Tuesday showers, con tinued cool. Wednesday fair and warmer. Arizona Tuesday and Wednesday generally fair preceded by showers east portion. Not much change in tempera ture. o WATER REPORT. Reservoir elevation 173.0 ( ontents, acre feet 631.069 t.ain, acre feet 44s Elevation, year ago 151.62 ( ontents, year ago Normal flow, Granite Reef .419.290 . 34,680 . 2X.480 . 25,799 . 15,880 j Water used, north side I Water used, south side Normal flow, year aen WEATHER REPORT .3 5S 3" -I 19 Kf 3 O a Stations a 3 Boston . Buffalo . Chicago Denver 60 70 78 84 72 86 Rain Pt. Cldy Clear Cloudy Pt. Cldy Pt. Cldy ...66 ...72 ...70 ...68 Flagstaff Fresno 84 Galveston 80 82 Kansas City 84 86 Los Angeles 74 80 Minneapolis 68 70 Needles 104 106 New Orleans 82 84 Pt. Cldy 1.00 Cloudy .00 Clear Clear Clear Clear Cloudy Clear Cloudy Pt. Cldy Pt. Cldy Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Clear Pt. Cldy Clear New York 62 PHOENIX 98 Pittsburg 72 Portland, Ore. ... 76 St. Louis 86 Salt Lake City . . 70 San Diego 70 San Francisco ... 66 Spokane 80 Tucson 92 Washington 70 Winnipeg 70 72 Yuma 104 106 Clear Local Weather Yesterday 7 a.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. Temp., vlry bulb 66 95 94 Tt-mp., wet bulb 60 69 71 Humidity, per cent ..73 25 30 Wnd from NW eSE E Wind, miles it 12 4 Rainfall 0 0 0 Weather Clear Clear Clear Highest yesterday 99 Lowest yesterday 66 Total rainfall 0 Excess in temperature yesterday, none. Excess in temperature since the first of the month, 3 degrees. Accumulated deficiency in tempera ture since January 1, 73 degrees. Normal precipitation January 1 to date, 6.48 inches. Actua 1 precipitation January 1 to date, 6.81 inches. Excess since January 1, .33 inch. o I OBITUARY a Funeral of James Flowers. Funeral services for James Flowers, whose death occurred Sunday night at his home, 122 Monroe street, will be conducted this afternoon at the North Methodist church, beginning at 4 o'clock. The Rev. Harcourt W. Peck of the First Methodist Episcopal church will officiate. Interment will be in Greenwood cemetery. James Flowers is survived by a wife and four children. He has been a res ident of Arizona for two years and was district manager of the Knights and Ladies of Security. 0 O 1 TOWN TOPICS FROM TUCSON M. L Handley arrived Sunday evening from Tucson and is stopping at the Jefferson hotel. CHICAGO MAN ARRIVES H. G. Pruett arrived yesterday from Chicago and is stopping at the Hotel Adams. HABRY LEFKOVITS HERE Harry Iefkovitz arrived Sunday evening and is registered at the Jefferson hotel. DENVER MAN HERE T. B. Suker of Denver. Colorado, arrived yesterday and is stopping at the Hotel Adama. RENO MAN IN CITY James L. Hill arrived yesterday from Reno. Nev.. and is registered at the Commercial hotel COMES FROM AJO Renwick White or Ajo, arrived yesterday and is stop ping at the hotel Adams. TUNY JOHNS IN TOWN "Ton ey" Johns of Presoott was in Phoenix yesterrt:iv eroefing his many friends JEROME MEN IN CITY E. S. Ed ADVERTISING NOVELTIES, ETC. Advertising Novelties, printed lead pencils and rulers; gummed labels; tags of all kinds. Printed paper wrapping tape, one-third the cost of twine. T. C. Pigott, Mfgra. Agent, 30 N. First Ave. Phone 4138. rass Now is the time to begin planting winter lawns. Our New Crop Australian Rye Grass Seed is ready. Sow V2 pounds to 10x10 feet Watch this space for general garden information. Arizona Seed and Floral Co. F. C. McNA'BB 2S-30 South Central Avenue T monson and Riley Sherman . arrived Sunday evening from Jerome and are registered at the Hotel Adams. TOMBSTONE MAN HERE George M. Wales arrived Sunday even ing from Tombstone and is stopping at the Jefferson hotel. COMES FROM CONGRESS Ed Templin of Congress, arrived in the city yesterday and is stopping at the Commercial hotel. TULARE MAN ARRIVES J. D. Fraught of Tulare, California, arrived in the city yesterday and is stopping at the Hotel Adams. AN ILLINOIS VISITOR Miss Ada Hodgson of Decatur, Illinois, arrived in the city yesterday. She is stopping at the Hotel Adams. FROM TULARE Karl A. Hess of Tulare, California, arrived in the city yesterday and is stopping at the Com mercial hotel. GLOBE VISITOR ARRIVES T. R. Wilson of Globe, arrived in the city yesterday and is stopping at the Com mercial hotel. ARRIVES FROM FRESNO Mrs. M. E. Haire of Fresno, California, ar rived in the city yesterday and is stay ing at the Commercial hotel. SPENT YESTERDAY IN CITY Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Mason of Gil bert, arrived Sunday evening and spent yesterday in the citv. DOWN FROM PRESCOTT W. C. Ellis and A. H. Funck arrived yester day from Prescott and are registered at the Commercial hotel. HERE FROM NEW YORK P. Gardner Ailes of New York, arrived yesterday in the city. He is stopping at the Jefferson hotel. SANTA PAULA VISITOR ARRIVES George Willett of Santa Paula, CaJ., arrived in the city yesterday and is reg istered at the Commercial hotel. ST. JOSEPH MAN IN CITY R. S. Donaldson of St. Joseph, Mo, arrived Sunday evening and is stopping at the Jefferson hoteL . . " NEW YORKERS ARRIVE H. L. Allison and M. J. Cohen of New York, arrived yesterday and are staying at the Hotel Adams. HERE FROM SAN FRANCISCO E. L. Johnson of San Francicso, ar rived yesterday and is stopping at the Commercial hotel. FROM FLORENCE Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Whitlow of Florence, arrived in the city yesterday and are registered at the Commercial hotel. DOUGLAS TRIO HERE Douglas arrivals at the Hotel Adams yesterday included Robert Rae, Clyde Branum, and J. M. Sparks. MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETS The Woman's Missionary Society cf the Central M. E. church will meet today at 2:30 in the church. All mem bers are urged to be present. JUSTICE ROSS RETURNS Jus tice Henry D. Ross of the Arizona su preme court has returned to Phoenix after an extended absence on the coast. FROM WASHINGTON, D. C Mrs. A. E. Riley and Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Devine were among arrivals yesterday at the Hotel Adams from Washington. D. C. LOS ANGELES GUESTS AT JEF FERSON Los Angeles guests at the Jefferson hotel yesterday included G. A. Whitaker, John Arnold, P. S. Eu bank s, and Charles T. Scott. ACETYLENE EXPERT LEAVES B. A. Leu, who has been spending the summer in the valley installing acety lene lights, will leave tomorrow even ing for Sterling, Colorado. He will re turn to Phoenix some time this winter. SET GRAN 3 LARCENY CASE The case of A. H. Cooper, charged with grand larceny, was set for Oc tober 29. Cooper was arraiened h- Judge Stanford yesterday and entered a plea of not guilty. . RECOVERS FROM OPERATION Waldo Bradshaw, the, young son of Supervisor and Mrs. J. R. Bradshaw, is recovering form an operation per formed at the Deaconess hospital re cently. WIFE ASKS DIVORCE Mrs. Pearl Francis yesterday brought suit for di vorce against Lorain who, she alleges in her complain, has been an inmate of the atate asylum for the past two years. The couple married in San Diego in July, 1911, and have one child. JURY LIST DRAWN A Jury list was drawn in Judge Lyman's division of the superior court yesterday and will be summoned to appear Septem ber 23. The court has set a number of civil suits for the autumn term of court. EX-TREASURER OF CHICAGO HERE Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Powell of Chicago, arrived in the city yesterday and are stopping at the Hotel Adams. Mr. Powell, formerly city treasurer of Chicago, is at present head of the bond house of Powell. Girard and company. WILL LEAD INDIAN SCHOOL BAND John R. Green, formerly con nected with the Phoenix National bank, has accepted the position of bandmas ter at the Indian school. Mr. Green came to Phoenix from Indianapolis, Ind.. last March. THESE WILL MARRY Marriage licenses were issued yesterday to Sam Fullaway, 46, Phoenix, and Dora Thompson. 3S. Phoenix; Charles A. Bennett, 35, Phoenix, and Edith Croker 32, Phoenix; Joe Sanchez, 34, Phoenix, and Trinidad Moreno. 37, Phoenix. DE7CLINES INVITATION An in vitation to be present at San Diego and meet President Wilson when that of ficial is there on September 19 has been declined by Governor and Mrs. Campbell. Official business prevents I the attendance of the governor. BRINGS 27 HOPI INDIANS Mra. Ada B. Dessau, teacher at the Indian school, returned Sunday morning from the Hopi coun'ry with 27 pupils, the second largest delegation brought in at one time in the last five years. Dr. Jacob Breid, then assistant superin- j tendent, brought 78 pupils to the school from the Hopi country four years ago Sefei Phone 4403 DEPUTY TREASURER RESIGNS Mrs. Luck Oldham has resigned her position as a deputy in the office of Sam F. Webb, county treasurer, and will after the first of October be off of the county's payroll on which she has been carried since statehood. Mrs. Oldham formerly was a clerk In the office of the clerk of the court. SUED FOR SIGN WORK PAY Henry Myers was given Judgment for $115.25 against M. J. Morley of the Morley Country club for sign boards and other services rendered by the plaintiff to the defendant. The suit was heard in the justice court and brought before Judge Stanford of the superior court on appeal. FINES DRUNKEN DRIVER Pete Lares, who pleaded guilty before Jus tice De Souza to the charge of driving a car while drunk, was fined $25. His brother, Carlos, who accompanied him on the wild ride which resulted in in jury to Mrs. Pete Lares and her son when the car turned turtle, was fined $20. GRANTS WIFE DIVORCE Claim ing that her husband deserted her in Prescott a year ago last June, Mrs. Ada M. Bird yesterday asked that she be legally separated from James H. Bird who she says is now living in the mile high city. The Birds were mar ried in Phoenix in January, 1916, ac cording to the testimony offered before Judge Lyman who signed the decree. TEX BOND FOUND GUILTY A jury in Judge Stanford's court yester day returned a verdict of guilty with the recommendation of suspended sentence in the case of Tex Bond, charged with embezzlement. Bond was charged with the embezzlement of 30 head of cattle, the chief witness for the stats being John E. Lively of Glen dale. Court will pass sentence at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday. Bond was repre sented by Weldon J. Bailey and L. J. Holzworth while L. M. Laney, county attorney, prosecuted for the state. OLD SUIT BOBS UP The dissolu tion case of L. A. Brown versus C. E. Page, which has been up in the super ior court in one phase or another for more than a year and heard by a va riety of judges, made its appearance again yesterday before Judge Crosby of Navajo county, sitting in division one of the superior court. Brown and Page were one-time partners in a farm in the Buckeye district and the judg ment in the case is at present occupy ing the attention of the court and counsel. ANSWERS STANDARD OIL SUIT In answer to the suit for injunction brought by the Standard Oil company against the tax commission was filed yesterday in the federal court by As sistant Attorney General Alexander Baker. The Standard Oil company asked for an injunction against the commission s collecting taxes on the sale of rrude oil in Arizona handle! through California offices. The com pany claims it is business originating in California and should be taxed there. The commission maintains . is Arizona business anl insist, on col lecting the tax. The amount involved is around a half million dollars. ROAD WOULD RAISE RATES The application of the Arizona South ern Railroad company for permission to increase rates was heard yesterday by the corporation commission. The Arizona Southern is a road 22 miles long running between Red Rock and Silver Bell. The business 'of the road is largely in hauling copper ore. The company officials state that the drop in the price of copper since the signing or the armistice has made its pro duction unprofitable and that the- re ceipts of the road have fallen off to such an extent that they will not pay the operating expenses. 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 . 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 TALK OF BUYING THE TIS TRUST Admitting that all propaganda for the purchase of a cement plant by the Water Users' association was circu lated by the highway commission in order to frighten the cement trust into a lowering of prices, E. Hackett, chair man of the commission, according to Dr. Van der Veer, secretary of the association, yesterday proposed to the council of the association that it re scind its resolution limiting the amount available for purchase of a plant to $150,000 and pass such others as may be necessary to empower the associa tion to buy the plant at Portland Sid ing. Mr. Hackett furthei proposed, ac cording to Dr. Van dor Veer, to ad vance $200,000 or $400,000 to the as sociation in case the trust called itjs bluff and did not lower the price of cement, this sum to be used in the con struction of a plant by the association, which in consequence, would not have to spend money for that purpose. - The necessary majority was must ered in the council meeting to accede to Mr. Hackett's request. Its own pre vious motion limiting the amount available for the purchase of the Port land Siding plant to $150,000 was re scinded as requested and the fate of the proposition is once more in the hands of the board of governors which will decide at its next meeting, Mon day, September 22, whether or not it will call a general election of the shareholders to ask authority to pur chase the plant and manufacture ce ment, no matter what the cost. o BOOZE; FID 51 Tom Sylvester, apprehended by the city police while he was escorting a suitcase full of whiskey to some un known hiding place, appeared before Judge Thomas yesterday afternoon In police court and pleaded guilty to hav ing the liquor in his possession. He was fined $100. Sylvester stated that he bad secured the liquor from a coal shed near the Santa Ke tracks where it had been left by a man named "Sam," who had brought it in from California, .He was unable to identify "Sam" to any great extent, but the police are working on several clues. The whiskey confiscated is labelled "Teakettle." Sylvester had a suitcase so full that when it opened several bottles shot out into full view, j CEMENT PI TO FRIGHTEN CAUGHTWITH CASEOF SHER FF'S ORDER FDR SPEECHES II ENGLISH STOPS CELEBRATION Mexican independence day probably will not be celebrated in Clifton today. The Mexicans of that mining town made preparations for such a celebra tion, but were informed by Sheriff Slaughter that all speeches would have to be made in English. Insisting that it would be impossible to comply with this order, the Mexican consul at Clif ton sent Governor Campbell the fol lowing telegram yesterday: Clifton. Ariz.. Sept. 14. Hon. Thomas E. Cambell: Mexican patriotic committee of this city made arrangements for celebra tion our independence. More than i,auo nas teen expended tor tnis cele bration. Patriotic songs and speeches on program. Sheriff Slaughter, this county, notified me this morning speeches have to be pronounced in English which is impossible. Other wise he will suspend celebration. In the name of the Mexican people, this city and my government respectfully ask that instructions be sent imme diately to sheriff in order to permit celebration in which we guarantee the most quiet and order to prevail. H. VALDEZ, Mexican Consul. After conferring with the Mexican consul in Phoenix and finding that the consul agreed with his views. Governor Campbell replied to the Clifton tele gram stating that he would not inter fere with local peace officers and ad vising against Mexican celebrations in border states at the present critical time. The governor's telegram is as follows: Phoenix. Ariz, Sept. 14. H. Valdez, Mexican Consul, Clifton, Arizona. Replying to your telegram regarding celebration Mexican independence day. All local matters pertaining to peace and order affecting the community welfare is under Jurisdiction of local peace officers. I would not assume to interfere with their decisions. Due to present unrest and feeling existing con cerning the so-called Mexican ques tion, I deem it very imprudent to hold celebrations this year in the border states and in this opinion am Joined by the local Mexican consul after due con ference. My best advice to our Mexi can population is to postpone celebra tions and thereby avoid any possible cause for criticism or trouble. THOMAS E. CAMPBELL, Governor of Arizona. J. K. Tinney. a resident for manv years of Phoenix, has devoted months to the successful invention of a. new plow that'has been thoroughly tested out on his farm four miles south of Phoenix. Mr. Tinney is a mechanical genius who haa spent a lifetime in de veloping and perfecting labor saving devices. His new plow, called the -Ncn-Choke,"is destined to be widely used, foi the simplicity of its construction and efficacy in working will cause wide demand. The plow can be adapted to the needs of farmers and will be built in different sizes to suit all purposes. It can be used with a tractor and is ideal with this equipment. It Will positively Plow tin snv nnH all soil," is the claim of the inventor. Mr. llnney and his plow are attract ing attention, and he will shortly in corporate a company for the manufac ture ana sale ot the "Non-Choke" plows. o E A wedding of considerable interest took place yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Edith Craker became the bride of Charles Bennett. The ceremonv was performed by Justice Charles De Souza. The bride has a large circle of friends having made her home in this city for several years. Mr. Bennett is employed as engineer at the plant of the Crystal Ice company. Their many friends are offering their congratulations on the happy event which united these well known people. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bennett have pur chased an eight-acre tract of land in the Wilson district on the Henshaw road where they will make their home. NEW ft! in. BY FH0EHIX Ml IS CRAKER IS BRID OF ES BENNETT Post Toast POST TOASTIES are not ordinary corn flakes. A. special way of making gives them unusual sub- stance and rich flavor, At Grocers; After all, outfitting is just one grand merry go - round ; everybody happy back! or his money Quality ! Quantity! Variety! Value! What more can you ask? Fit? Why, that you see be fore you order. Edwin Clapp Shoes - . America's Best . Here, exclusively, in Phoenix. McDougall & Cassou Washington Street NEU FUT, 50c Puts new life in your old tirad feet Sold by ELVEY & HULETT Quality Druggists Phoenix Phone 4441 VICTROLAS RECORDS PLAYER ROLLS SHEET MUSIC. at Redewill Music Co. "224 W. Washington St. T OF COL C I A choice collection of autographs of Col. Charles W. Harris Is being made by the railroads of Arizona, according to Governor Campbell. Likewise, the Western Union Tele graph company is acquiring quite a number of those same autographs. That these large corporations should become possessed of these signatures of the former adjutant general of the state is due to the refusal of Governor Campbell to honor requisitions for transportation and for telegraph ser vice made by Col. Harris. "Col. Harris has a supply of blank forms on which requisitions for rail road transportation are made,' said the governor. These he signs and pre sents to the railroads. The railroads have seen fit to honor them, and now i they have brought them to me for my certification." " 'Nothing doing,' I told the railroad people," said the governor. "Col Har ris is no longer adjutant general of Arizona. If the railroads are willing to give him transportation for a blank to which is affixed his name, well and good. But the state will not pay for them. "I understand that there is also a tel egraph bill of some $40 or more which Col. Harris has contracted and which the state has refused to pay." are about the best thing made from corn that you ever did taste says ARIZONA RAILROADS SIGNATURES HARRIS GROCERY 447 W Washington St LOW PRICES 9i II 1 Hills Blue Coffee, 1 lb... 45c Hills Blue Coffee, 3 lb.. $1.25 Hills Red Can Coffee, 1 lb 52c Ben Hur Coffee. 1 lb 50c Ben Hur Coffee, 3 lb.... $1.25 M. J. B. Coffee, 1 lb 53c Magnolia Coffee, 1 lb.... 41c Postum Cereal 21c Ben Hur Tea, '2 lb 21c Lipton's Tea, small 9c Lipton's Tea, lb uJo Lipton'a Tea, z lb 40c Lipton Tea, 1 lb 76c Fiesta Tea, small 9c Hills Gunpowder tea Vz lb 32e Hills Gunpowder Tea, 1 lb 60c Hills lee Tea, z lb 30c E. C. Corn Flakes 10c Post Tosties 12c Corn Flakes 12c Avondale Oats, small.... 13c Avondale Oats, large 33c Korn Krisp 12c Krumbles 12c Grape Nuts 12c Corn Puffs 14c Puffed Wheat and Rice.. ..14c Shredded Wheat 14c Cream of Wheat ..22c Royal Baking Pow., 6 oz. 23c Royal Baking Pow, 12 oz. 44c K. C. Baking Pow., 12 oz. 11c K. C. Baking Pow., 25 oz. 21c Calumet Bak. Pow., 1 lb. 23c Calumet Bak. Pow., 22 lb. 55c Calumet Bak. Pow., 5 lb. $1.00 Brookdale Grapes per can No. ZVz 25c Silverdale No. 2l2 Can 25c Sliced Pineapple No. 1 15c Del Monte Y. C. Peaches No. 2Vz 33e Evaporated Cranberries. .12c Dunhans Cocoanut 14c Bakers Cocoanut 14c Ghirardilli Chocolate Vz lb. 20c Ghirardilli Chocolate, 1 lb. 37c Large Lily Milk 15c Large Maricopa Milk 15c 2 small Lily Milk 15e 2 small Maricopa milk. ...15c Large Hebe Milk 12c Small Hebe Milk 7c V. C. Pork & Bean, small 8c V. C. Pork & Bean No. 1 can 12c V. C. Pork & Beana No. 2 Can 18c V. C. Pork 4. Beana No. 3 Can 28c Campbell's Pork & Beans 18c Taylors Tomalea .'.14c Campbell's Soups, asst.... 12c Red Kidney Beans, Per Can 18c Hominy, large can 18c Corn, per can 16c & 20o Tomatoes, large can 17c Solid Pack Tomatoes 23c String Beans, per can... 23c Del Monte Green Chili 9c Fiesta Extracts 13c Gold Medal Extracts 13c Ben Hur Extracts, 2 oz..25c Kitchen Boquet 25c Mapleine 28c Folgers Pepper 9c Frenches Mustard 16c Durkee'a Salad Dressing. 28c Yacht Club Salad Dress. 15c 1 Pride of Ariz. Peanut But. 18c j jiriy jen iuc Jello 10c Knox Sparkling Gelatine 16c Shawa Jama ..' 30c Honey, quarts 70c Libby'a Apple Butter 35c Armour's Grape Juice, pts. 35c Tom Catsup, large 23c Heinz Catsup, small. .... .20c Farm House Sweet Relish 40c Cal. Home Green Tom Pickles, can 15c Wesson Oil, pt 80c Wesson Oil, large. ..... .$1.60 Mortons Salt 13c 3 lb. Sack 8c Pink Beans 9c Navy Beans 11c Lima Beans 15c Safety Matches, 1 doz 10c Safe Home Matches 6c O'Cedar Oil, 50c size 40c Wakelins Ammonia 13c Walkera Ammonia 27e feon Ami Powder 10c Bon Ami Cake 10c Old Dutch Cleaner. 9c Saniflush 23c Ball Bluing 7c Little Boy Blue 8c Gold State Blue 11c Gold Rod Wash. Pow 7c R. W. Crystals, small 9c R. W. Crystals, large 19c Small Gold Dust 7c Large Gold Dust 25c Small Sea Foam 7o Large Sea Foam 25e 20 Mule Team Borax 13c Argo Starch, 1 lb. pkg 13c Douglass Corn Starch 1 lb. 10c Shinola 9c Toilet Paper .......5c Toilet Paper 8c All 20c Crackers 16c Star Flour, 10 lb 65a Star Flour, 24 lb ...$1.40 Star Flour, 48 lb $2.75 Boss Flour, 24 lb $1.70 Boss Flour, 48 lb.. .$3.35 GROCERY Corner 5th Avenue oV Wash. Compare these pricea with what you are paying then trade where your dollar has the greater purchasing power.