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ALL DESIRE FREIGHT RftTES ARE IT r s THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1920 TO ( ill PHX ID HSMBLS S MM! m All members of Arizona Cavalry troop must report at Armory at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, March 24, for muster inspection. E. S. LINTON, Captain Commanding Troop; SIT RIVER VALLEY All southern California Is Intensely interested In Arizona, and particularly Phoenix, according to Walter Switzer, who returned from Los Angeles yes terday. Everyone, he says, is asking about Phoenix, about land and cotton in the Salt River valley. They count the big Goodyear factory as one of the vital things in Los Angeles to show that it is becoming an industrial center. "But," Mr. Switzer told them, "we grow the cotton that alone makes this factory yours today." Many coast men are looking for business openings in Phoenix. "Can I rent a store there?" ""What can I buy land for?" "How much cotton do you raise there per acre?" Then they tsay, "How much is the fare?" Mr. Switzer went to Los Angeles to meet New York manufacturers at the show rooms of the- Alexandria hotel and to bring back latest models . in women's garments for the Style Shop: THE You don't need ice with the GEDWIN Just the proper thing for use where ice cannot be obtained. It is safe and , sanitary. Pure white inside and out spotlessly clean no corners to collect dirt no mingling of food odors in the cooler. ' With ordinary care, the Ged win will last a life time. It will be just as useful next win ter as it is now. In winter the Gedwin prevents freezing. In doors and out summer and winter The Gedwin protects and saves food time labor and money. IT IS A GUARANTEED PRODUCT Mail ' Orders solicited and promptly at tended to. "Come Over to Our Place" WML o Ask us about our Easy Payment Plan. ' 144 East Adams St. "Home Outfitters" Phoenix, Arizona Don't Put Off Until Tomorrow That Which You Can Do Today This is fine advice. There are still a few highly desir able building lots left in Beautiful Story Addition Some of the most conservative men and women of this valley have purchased lots in this addition, and several fine residences will be built shortly. Why hot own one of these lots yourself? They will rapidly increase in value. Lots within one to four blocks of the new $200,000 Ken ilworth school. Lots long and wide set with palms. Sidewalks, curb ing and paved streets being put in. A ten acre park right at hand for the kiddies to play in. . Easy access to two car lines. Come in at once and select your lot while there are some left Tomorrow will likely be too late. Do it now. Jordan. Grace and Phelps Land Co. Phone 1278 137 N. Central Ave. THE TRAFFIC BUREAU Claiming that the class freight tariffs from Phoenix and other points in the valley located on the Arizona Eastern railroad to destinations in Arizona were unjust and unreasonable, , the traffic bureau of the Phoenix chamber of com merce yesterday filed a complaint with the Arizona corporation commission against the Arizona Eastern, Southern Pacific and El Paso and Southwestern railroads, setting forth that "all class rates specially named or referred to in the Pacific freight tariff, joint freight tariff 85A on the above -lines and Co chise and Globe division of the Arizona Eastern, are in violation of section 1 of the act to regulate commerce and un duly prejudicial in violation of section 3 thereof." Unofffcially members of the commis sion said yesterday this' was the out growth of the practice of considering the Arizona Eastern and Southern Pa cific as a two-line haul for intrastate business. It was pointed out. that the interstate commerce commission in the Pacific Creamery company case stated that in view of the alleged fact that practically all of the stock of the Ari zona Eastern was owned by the South ern Pacific, the controlling line, these lines should not be treated as two lines, even for distances under 500 miles. Subsequent to the decision, in predicating interstate rates, these lines have been considered as a one-line haul, but for intrastate business they are considered a tvyo line haul, com mission officials said. o ' J.C. ADAMS 1 mm; SHIS E EDITH CARTER FOR $7, If J. C. Adams had to give up either the hotel or the horse-racing business he would abandon the former. He has been profiteering in hprses lately; In fact, he was at it all last summer; ycf, ever since he went into it, before profiteering was a crime. Mr. Adams this week sold Edith Car ter for $7,000. He bought her a year ago, one of two horses, for which he paid . $2,816 each. The purchaser is Marvin Childs. ' a trainer, of Omaha. He has refused a similar offer for the other mare - The added value of Edith "Carter grows out of her remarkable perform ances on the eastern circuits last sum. mcr. Starting in 18 races she won 12 firsts. She was nosed out at Ies Moines by a horse which made the fastest mile ever trotted on a half mile track. Beside the minor purses she won, there were two of $6,000 each, all of which comes under the above head of profiteering in horses. A remarkable thing about Edith Carter, said to be entirely without record in the history of trotting horses, is that never on the track nor in her training as a colt did she ever break. It is the opinion of horsemen that she does not know it is possible to commit such a breach of equine etiquette. Mr. Adams will be in the game deeper than 'ever tiext year. - He has five horses now at Hemet, Cal., which will be seen on the Granti and Eastern Circuits. On the latter one of the horses of Mr. Adams will start at Cleveland, Ohio, on July 1. . o SUES HIS FATHER-N LAW FOB ALIENATION OF WIFE'S AFFECTION Declaring his father-in-law has destroyed his wife's love for him. Earl D. Bayless yesterday brought suit against Harry Travis charging alien ation of affection: He asks $25,000 as heart balm. v - Bayless says that he married Madge B. Travis in Springfield, Illinois, Octo ber 27, 1909, and that they have two children, aged 7 and E. About three years ago he asserts Travis com menced to disrupt the marital rela tions of himself and wife. He alleges that his father-in-law finally impris oned his wife 'and children at the father's home and when he went to get them Travis drew a gun and threatened to shoot him unless he im mediately left the premises. Later, he says, he managed to ef fect their freedom and moved with them to Needles, Calif. In the fall of 1919, Bayless says, lie returned to Phoenix, but his wife refused to come, because, he says, of her father's in sinuations. This month she filed a suit for divorce from him in Califor nia, which he alleges was Instigated by Travis. ; " :-. MlSflsffil R. B. RIVERS TO WED "Wedding; bells will break in melo diously on the clan gin j of the call bells at the Commercial hotel when Robert B. Rivers and Gertrude Colson are united in wedding at the parlors of the hotel tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock, according to an agreement made by Harry B. Rivers, brother of the prospective groom, last night. - " Robert Rivers, is familiarly known about the city as "Smiling Bob," as he seems to be constantly in the best of spirits, He is Arizona representative for the Clefton company of Owatonna, Minn., and has been a guest At the Commercial hotel for the last three months. Miss Colson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. IT. W. Colson and is well known in Phoenix social circles. She is a girl of an attractive personality and has a host of friends here. Mrs. J. A. Thorson will be bridesmaid and Harry Rivers the best man. HEAT PIPES MADE ONLY THE RIGHT SHOE LEFT ST. LX5UIS Investigation followed the discovery of St. Louis shoe repair shops that more left Rhoes than rights were being tendered for repair. Steam heat pipes in street cars were found responsible. Passengers toasted their tootsies and scorched their soles. .' n ' . The crushing of copra, dried ker nels of rocoanuts, became an Ameri can industry during the war when Eu ropean countries were unable to get the raw ' materials. Iff ill Recent Express shipments' . ijJ . ' of the new Easter styles in J ! sijfl II Women's ' I I Illili' : ' JH1 1! I 1 It Hliii I': IV,!!!!1 i ! ill!!!' Footwear The very last word in "smart" footwear, have blazed the Fashion trail that leads straight to The Boston Store -r-From these we have selected about a dozen dif" ferent lines which we will offer at really surprising reductions. Remember, this is Spring merchandise brand new styles just received. See Windows! Styles talk! Glassy 1-Eyelet Ties of mahogany kid a Boyd-Welsh Masterpiece have imitation tips and full breasted Louis leather heels really worth $18.00, g1 Q AA Special today vlO.UU Latest Colonial Pumps with military heels come in black, brown, white and Patent Kid and white canvas all the rage among fashion devotees, all sizes from to 8 and all widths special $7.50, $9.50, $10.00, $12.00 White Sport Oxfords Nubuck Oxfords with military heels, Goodyear welt, perforated toe, all sizes from 2y2 to 8 and AA to E widths, special for gQ tofisy Snappy Opera Pumps A late novelty with baby Louis heels in Patent leather or white and black kid vamp, plain or adorned with fancy buckles just the thing for Dress Occasions $7 50 t0 $10 1 and 2-Eyelet Ties Fashion's greatest Spring favorites in Pat. leather and the new shades in kid also in black and brown . Satin have turn soles and Louis XV heels, remark ably low priced at $10.00, $13.00, $15.00, $16.00 White Pumps and Oxfords Also 1 eyelet ties of Rainskin London Cloth, Sea Island Canvas, Poplin and French Cord all sizes and all' widths in just the heel arid Toe you want better Values SA KAtolA Choicest Evening Slippers i-'.iii ;nii If'! fir fill I i I I Hi ' " 11 mm i at p! v- , ii;i ; . Mhbi v it . Mil raw m h ' - oils I 1 I'm H l I'll!1 I'll! i !; Opera and Colonial pumps in black, white, French bronze and patent we have a wonderful selection of clever ornaments to give them an elegant finish all sizes and all widths CQ AA to g" a AA Specially priced at ..... . O.UU XO.UU Vovi eslPricea Our 0 Chieftracficitt .3 I! 1!