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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1920
SPECIALISTS
In the examination of eye nd the
fitting of correct glasses.
NORTHRUP OPTICAL. CO.
9 E. Adams St.
Phon 6S0 for appointment
COUNCIL;
ir
Greater Eye Ccmfort
IF men of affairs would
take their eye troubles
, as seriously as they do
other matters tlx-y vroulj Lxrpe
gneatex comfort and added effic
iency. Let us Kaixi e your eye
glass matters as your tailor does
toot doth-
Munson Optical Co.
o fcast Washington St,
Phoenix
YSTCM
36 East Washington St.
Phone 3039
Phoenix Seed and
Feed Company
Wholesale and Retail
125 East Jefferson St.
Haas, Bsrnch & Co, Inc.
GROCERS
WHOLESALE
Constable ice and
Fuel Company
Phone 1555
PURE tCE GOOD SERVICE
ARIZONA HARDWARE
SUPPLY CO.
The Only EXCLUSIVE
WHOLESALE
Hardware House in the Stat
WATER REPORT
Reservoir elevation
Loss in 24 hours
Elevation, year a.o....
Contents, year a pro
Water used, north side..
Water useil, south side.
o
205.54
39.13"
3.902
171.0(5
i9,:;9
65,550
42.4S2
WEATHER FORECAST
Arizona: Unsettled Wednesday in
north portion, probably with showers,
fair in south, warmer north portion;
Thursday fair.
Colorado arid New Mexico: Un
settled Wednesday and Thursday with
local showers.
o
WEATHER REPORT
Stations
1
o
o
Guaranteed
TITLES
Phoenix Title & Trust Co.
I Buy Diamonds and
Pay Highest Cash Price
IVIack Gardner
5 N. CENTRAL
PLUMBING
HONEST WORK FAIR PRICES
Send me your work for quick and
efficient service
O. E. BELLAS
610 Ncrth First St.; Phone 2875
Arizona Iron Works, Inc.
P. O. Box E75 Phone 1271
Three blocks south of State Cap
ital between Jackson and Harri
son Streets.
We have an up-to-date Foundry
and Machine Shop and specialize
in repairing Mining and Cotton Gin
machinery.
E. C. VOSS, Manager.
LOANS EASY
TO GET
fn sums up to $300 at lawful rates,
en your furniture, piano, automo
bile livestock, implements, etc.
Repay in small monthly payments
If desired. Ample funds. Just anJ
courteous treatment. Strictly con
fidential. PEOPLE'S LOAN AND INVEST.
MENT COMPANY
Phone 13SS. 3 East Washington
Boston 64
Buffalo 66
Chicago 70
Denver 60
Flagstaff 00
Fresno 78
Galveston 84
Kansas City .... 64
Los Angeles .... GS
Minneapolis .... 74
Needles 04
New Orleans .... SO
New York 70
Oklahoma 74
PHOENIX 90
Pittsburg 63
Portland. Ore. . . 72
St. Louis 72
Salt Lake City.. 70
San Diego 64
San Francisco . . 56
Spokane 78
Tucson 84
Washington 70
Winnipeg 65
Yuma 92
70 Cloudy .16
70 Clear .20
72 Clear .00
64 Cloudy .01
64 Cloudy .08
80 Clear .00
86 Ft. Cldy .10
68 Rain .16
65 Clear .00
7S Clear .00
94 Clear .00
90
75 Clear .00
7G Clear .10
94 Clear .00
74 Clear .00
72 Clear .00
74 Cloudy .01
76 Cloudy .00
6S Cloudy .00
56 Cloudy .00
75 Clear .00
88 Clear .00
7S Clear .08
82. Cloudy .26
94 Clear .00
Local Weather Yesterday
6 a.m. Noon 6 p.m.
Temp., dry bulb.. 70 90 90
Temp., wet bulb.. 60 63 i 65
Humidity, per cent 52 20 24
Wind from SK . W N
Wind, miles . .. .8 5 6
Rainfall . . .' 0 0 0
Weather .Clear- Clear Clear
Highest yesterday 94
Lowest yesterday 70
Total rainfall .- -- 0
Deficiency in temperature yester
day, 2 degrees. .
Excess in temperature since the first
of the month. 4 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since January 1, 44 degrees.
Normal precipitation January 1 to
date. 5.15 inches.
Actual precipitation January 1 to
date. 5.73 inches.
Excess since January 1, .58 Inches.
Cotton Region Bulletin
NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 7 Seasonal
temperatures have prevailed the last
72 hours except in the southern por
tion of the belt, but today temperatures
have been generally 4 degrees to 14 de
grees below normal in northern dis
tricts. Light to moderate scattered
showers were reported Sunday in cen
tral and northern Texas. southern
Louisiana. Florida, northern Georgia
and at a few stations elsewhere; scat
tered showers, locally heavy, reported
Monday in northern Texas, southern
Alabama. North Carolina and few oth
er places; light to heavy showers re
ported Tuesday in Texas, Arkansas,
Georgia, Oklahoma and at a. few sta
tions elsewhere.
JAMES H. GORDON.
BACK FROM COAST Mrs. Marris
Montgomery returned Saturday night
from California, wheie she spent the
summer at Pasadena. GlendaJe and
other coast points. -
RETURNS FROM COAST Miss
Mary ChamDliss has returned from a
five weeks vacation at Los Angeles
and Catalina island, and will be at
home to her friends at 1613 West
Washington street.
THESE WILL MARRY Licenses to
marry were issued yesterday to Char
ley Johnson, 40, and Ruby Anderson,
38, both of Casa Gra.nde; Jack Collins,
32, of Buckeye, and Venice Holliday, 21,
of Phoenix; Miguel Angulo, 22, and
Mercedes Mendez, 18, both of Phoenix;
Edward J. Young, 20, and Rachel Gil
let, 26, both of Glendale; and James P
Ryan, 23, and Florence M. Foci, 21,
both of Phoenix.
VISITING IN CITY Mrs. R. G.
Clark and son. Burton, of Harrison,
Ark., are visiting tbe Rev. Arthur
Marston and family, 914 West Madison
street. Mrs. Clark and Kev. Mr. Mar
ston ami wile wrro childhood friends.
FATHER OF TWINS Gene Suther
land, proprietor of the High Sehool
pharmacy, yesterday received word that
he was the" father of twins, born in Los
Angeles, where Mrs. Sutherland is
spending the summer.
GIRLS' RESERVE PICNIC The
Gil ls' Reserve will hold a picnic outing
at 4 o'clock this afternoon at Wood
land Park. Each girl is asked to bring
some article for supper, a-nd a plate.
fork and spoon. Those who wish will
swim. The picnic is a special fare
well party for Miss Whitney.
HOME FROM VACATION Miss
Audra, Lawrence stenographer in the
office of Prohibition Director W. T.
Webb, returned to her duties yesterday
after a pleasant three weeks' vacation
spent at the beach resorts of Southern
California and IjOs Angeles.
APPLY FOR SURVEY Application
has been made to the surveyor-general
for the mineral survey of the mining
lodes known as the Silver Bell No. 1
to 7 inclusive, situated in the Globe
mining district of Gila county, of which
the claimants are (J. W. Shute and
Weslev Goswick.
GOING ON VACATION V. A.
Woods, secretary of the state tax
commission, will begin his annual va
cation on September 10. Having spent
the hot months in Phoenix he intends
to take his vacation right here, feeling
that he could find no better place in
which to rest and recuperate.
NEED A SUIT The Associated
Charities yesterday issued an appeal
for some citizen to donate an outfit
for a man who cannot go to work until
he receives some clothing. The Chari
ties want a suit, size 37 or 38, and a
size 15 shirt.
SUES FOR DIVORCE Charging her
husband with desertion and extreme
cruelty, Anna R. Soza yesterday
brought suit for a decree of divorce
from her husband, Jose Soza. She
asks for the custody of their five chil
dren and $50 a month for their support.
STATE HISTORIAN HOME Col.
James H. McCllntock, state historian,
returned to Phoenix Monday night after
a two-months' absence, spent in Berke
ley arid Los Angeles, where he did con
siderable research work in the Ban
croft and Munk libraries of the respec
tixe cities. Colonel McClintock drove
to and from the coast. Mrs. McClin
tock is still in Oakland.
RETURNING TO CITY Edna Paula
Revare is expected to return in a few
days from a vacation syent in Berkley
and San Francisco. She will take up
her work at the Arizona School of
Music September 20 as teacher in
charge of the dancing department. The
cpming year will be Miss Revare's
fourth season in Phoenix and her large
following of friends are rejoicing that
sne nas decided to return for another
year .
GOING TO CONFERENCE CM
zander ana Charles R. Howe, of the
state tax commission will leave today
to attend the conference of the National
'lax association at Salt Like. RudolDh
haicmer, the other member of the com
mission, is In California but will also
attend the conference. George W
cummings, county tax assessor, had
intended to represent the countv at the
conrerence but Is prevented by the ser
lous illness or a child.
WANTS TO SEE SON Declaring
mat nis wire, from whom he has been
separated for nine months because of
domestic troubles, refuses to permit
him to visit with his minor son. Alberto
Escobedo yesterday brought suit
against his wife, Quinlna Avida da Es
cobedo, asking that he be restored the
right to visit with his eon at reason
able hours and that she be restrained
Dy an injunction from interfering with
his peaceful visits. He says they were
niiirrieu in April, 1S07. at Jalesico
iviexico, ana alleges that since their
separation his son looks upon him as a
n , .1x1 .
ouoiiger aimougn ne once . showed a
great deal of affection for him.
HIGHWAY WEATHER BULLETIN
River Crossings
oacaion. 'mere is but little water
in the river, but on account of mud
on the north side it is necessary for
tars io oe puuea through.
Apache County
Main highway SpringerviHe to Hol-
DrooK m good condition. Mountain
roaus soft but passable.
Cochise County
All main roads good and being im
proved.
Coconino County
Roads generally good. Showers
causing some mud over short stretches
but not delaying travel.
Graham County
Roads rough in places but generally
in fair condition.
Greenlee County
All roads in good condition. Blight
damage caused by recent rains re
paired.
Gila County
Roads over county in good condi
Our standards are as
high as ever !
No way that we know
to raise them higher.
Rogers Peet suits.
All wool!
Fast color!
Making, the very
best.
Fall suits ready.
If by any chance they
fail to come up to stan
dard, "your money
back."
Everything in men's
wear.
McDougall & Cassou
Washington Street
Expert Truss Fitting
Free Examination
Hours 10 to 12 4 to 5 P. M.
KIMBALL & HULETT
Phoenix Phone 4414
tion. Salt river bridge will be open
for traffic September 1. New road
to Gisela from Roosevelt and Payson
road completed.
Maricopa County
Prescott-Wickenburg road good,
Black Canyon fair by way of Avenue
16. To Florence new State Highway
out of Mesa. Tempe bridge open for
light vehicles. Coast-Parker route
best. All floods passed, river cross
ings open except Gila to Ajo.
Navajo County
-Best road. Holbrook to Winslow,
north of Santa Fe railroad. Fort
Apache road rough from Shumway to
Showlow. All other roads good.
Whiteriver: Roads across reservation
are rough but dry and hard except for
a few soft places at the higher ele
vations. Pima County
All main roads in the county in good
shape; balance fair. Federal road to
Mr. Lemon is completed.
Pinal County
Mountain roads in good condition,
valley roads dusty and rough. Flor-ence-Casa
Grande road bad due to re
construction; take desert roads be
tween these two points.
Santa Cruz County
Several storms last week: roads
washed out in several places through
out county.
Yavapai County
Heavy rains have rutted roads in
a few places and damaged creek
crossings, but all are passable.
Yuma County
Ehrenberg ferry open to traffic.
Road in good condition.
Parker: Road via Parker and Need
les in good condition.
JAMES H. GORDON.
BORN
Grasham To Mr. and Mrs. John G.
Grasham a- nine pound son, bom Mon
day morning. The new arrival has
been christened John Arthur.
GUARANTEE
OS
D GARDEN H
At Reduced Prices
We have just received a large shipment of brand new hose which we
had contracted before the last advance in price and we are going to give you
the benefit of it. This is the same brand we have sold for three years and
it is strictly first class.
For One Week Beginning Today
LOST-$25 in 1 20
and 1 5 bill, please
return to Mr. Ellis atj
i
Republican office;
and receive reward.
25 feet,
Guaranteed 2 years
50 feet,
Guaranteed 2 years
25 feet,
Guaranteed 1 year .
50 feet,
Guaranteed 1 year .
An absolute guarantee with every length.
1
$5.50
$10.50
$4.50
$8.50
IS MS 0
Floral
F. C. McNABB
prAN'o Trxixo
r - ; i: i:-;r. Social prices ,
KVu-torv work- ;
23-30 S. Central Ave.
Phone 4403
Turin1'
If you were to see a competitive exhibit of
loaves of bread ; if you didn't know anything about
bread; if you didn't know who made it or by what
name it was called you would instinctively pick out
because the golden crust, the velvety interior, the
perfect grain of this loaf would appeal irresistibly
to your eyes.
And your palate would quickly ratify the judg
ment of your eyes.
is made in the most sanitary shop, of the best ma
terials the world produces, by bakers who are ex
perts. For Sale By All Grocers
Made In Phoenix
Si
ince
18S1
Hotel Arrivals
Adams
Paul Princeton. San Francisco; F. A.
Gillespie and wife. Tulsa. Okla.; Miss
reas -ui. f" ' Pueblo, Colo.; George Harder, Casa
corn. Los Angeles R. L. Jones. Jioit-t , . T . ,
villp. C.il W. E. Mvers and wife, Los
Los Angeles: Mrs. If. C. Albertson, Los
Angeles; Lillian E. Harney, Maricopa:
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith. Superior:
Mrs. Dickerson, Superior; E. B. Thur
man and wife, Salida. Colo.: A. B.
Whitman and wife. St. Joseph, Mo.:
Mrs. K. Owings. Laveen, Ariz.; Arthur
E. Coon, Pueblo. Colo.; E. A. Heaven.
Angeles: Doc Andorfer, Los Angeles,
E. B. Miller, Syracuse. N. Y.; J. M.
Hinton. St. Louis. Mo.; Fred T. Colter, ,
Colter, Ariz.; Robert W. .ioore, j-os
Angeles: R. L. Hunter. Los Angeles;
Fertha Bethel. Eastland; C. A. Winder.
Schnectady, N. Y.; W. P. Coleman, Los
Angeles; W. H. Grahl, New York City;
H. O. Leppig, Los Angeles; E. L. Frank,
Ajo. Ariz.; W. L. Ellis, San Francisco:
H. A. Jones, Los Angeles; W. C. El
liott, El Paso; G. L. Wood, El Pa:o;
Rich Burrows, Tucson; adcorge E.
Bigelow, Los Angeles.
Jefferson
Thos. H. Sims. Los Angeles; A. W.
Kane, San Franctsco: J. M. Hinton. St.
Iouis, Mo.; P. V. Bullen. Los Angeles:
Mrs. J. W. Hop wood, Prescott; Mm.
W. B. Nash and child. Hayden; J. B.
Fischer, Chicago: R. H. Wingo, Is
Angeles; S. A. Townscnd. St. Iouis;
B. H. Blanchet, Toledo; M. H. Moody,
Cincinnati; C. C. Kepl'tnger, Kansas
City; J. D.Mitchell. Ouaymas; F. Mc
Mahon. Prescott: A. R. Gardner. Gil
ead. O.; Mrs. C. M. Butler, Cincinnati.
O.; D. II. Preston. Ray.
Commercial
S. E. Knapp. Los Angeles: Alex Dick.
Grande; T. B. Lee, Toltec: A. B. Jorns.
Tucson; H. C. Tovrea. lianger, Tex.:
G. H. Tovrea, Ranger, Tex.; Pete Tal
ley. Superior.
OBITUARIES
-
Death of Mrs. William Elwell
Mrs. William Elwell, well known in
Phoenix by reason of her many visits
to this city, died at her homo in Ven
tura.. Calir., Sunday morning accord
ing to word reaching Phoenix yester
day. The deceased was the mother of
Leo, William and Frank Elwell, all of
this city. All three sons were at her
bedside when death occurred.
o
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere ap
preciation for the kindness shown us
at the death of our loving husband and
father. We also wish to express our
thanks for the many beautiful floral
offerings.
MRS. SYLVANTJS PALMER.
DOROTHY PALMER.
MRS. EDWARD E. BROOKS. It
o
There will be a special meeting of
the Moose Wednesday at 8 p. m., in
the banquet hall Odd Fellows' hall.
adv. m
SUGAR SUGAR
Granulated
5 lbs.
Sugar
With $5.00 order.
Jam 5 lb.
Jars
Fancy Tomatoes,
per lb
Extra Fancy Potatoes.
better) 10 lbs.
for
95c
S1.75
.. 10c
( none
45c
COFFEE COFFEE
High grade coffees in bulk,
ground to suit taste.
55c, 53c AND 43c
lb.
81.00
25c
Per
Special Roast ,
3 lbs. for
Bread,
3 loaves (14 oz.) ,
WE DELIVER
GRIEBEL'S
GROCERY
218 W. Washington St.
Phone 1503
jet.
remm
MAKE CUTS THAT PRINT
S. HARRY ROBERTSON
" Fa Wncri inert or. St Phone 170H
rive
Points Wood iard
NOW OPEN
Phone 1387. We Deliver Them
To Your Door
Marvin Smith
Grocery Co.
Government Acts to Lower
Living Costs.
HERE NOW
Government Army
BACON
The bacon that fed four million
men during the war. One Eolid
carload. Army OQ1 f
Bacon, per lb -lc2C
This bacon comes packed 12 lbs.
to the can. 12 lbs. at 29 Vic cost
r. $3.58
We sell it by the can only. The
more you buy the more you save.
Farmers and Ranchers, lay in
your winter supply of bacon
now. This is below the pre-war
price. Buy now. Grasp this
money-saving opportunity.
SPUDS! SPUDS!
Another car of Fine California
Burbank Potatoes
10 lbs. Burbank M a
Spuds JtC
50 lbs. Burbank Of
Spuds i$i.tdJ
100 lbs. Burbank fQ
You can afford to eat potatoes
at these prices.
SUGAR! SUGAR!
Every customer buying $S.OO
worth of other groceries we will
sell 5 lbs. White Granulated
?:r 98c
California Lemons, . - O
per dozen
Bulk Cofft-,
per lb OUt
Three 14 -oz. loaves
Bread LkUs
Illinois Sugar Corn, QO Qfl
per case &aX)3
One Dozen Sugar (J "I FCK
Corn tpXetltl
5 packages Corn Af
Flakes fiOC
Lemons, "J Hp
per dozen
1 gallon can California Qft
Apricots IUC
MAZOLA OIL
(Some Price)
One pint can Qlr
Mazola Oil OIC
One quart can ((r
Mazola Oil OOC
-gallon can Q-j OP
Mazola Oil O-L.iLieJ
1 gallon can Qft
Mazola Oil VUtOO
5-gallon Pure Mes- tfQ PA
quite Honey mJJ
Full Cream Eastern OQ
Cheese OOt
1 gallon can Sauer Qf
Pickles
JAM! JAM!
4U-lb. Crocks Pure Q-J A A
Fruit Jam tLmt
Following kinds Strawberry,
Blackberry, Apricot, Peach, Fig.
Plum, Raspberry and Apple
Butter.
Regular Tobacco
Prices
Prince Albert, - A-
Per can JL jV
Dozen cans T- fO
Prince J)AUO
Tuxedo Tobacco, " A
Per can AtcC
Tuxedo Tobacco, Q- (fJ
Per doz O-l-'v)
Bull Durham, Q(lr
dozen packages iUv
Velvet Tobacco, -J A
Per can iil
Dozen Velvet Q-
Tobacco
Granger Twist. QQ
Per dozen yl
Horseshoe iJrtJVs
1-lb. Star OO-
Tobacco OOL
1 lb. Brown Kf
Mule lut
1 lb. Tinsley's Q AC
Tobacco
Camel Cigarettes, J" ff
Pkg., 16c; Carton ipA.UU
Lucky Strike Cigar- J-I iA
ettes., pkg. 16c, Carton V J- 13U
Chesterfields, Q" ?A
Pkg.. 16c; Carton ... vlu"
Fatima Cigarettes, QO A A
Pkg., 20c; Carton O'W
1-lb. Lunch Box Vff
Union Leader OlC
1-lb. Lunch Box George Ofl
Washington OVC
1 box Palo QA Q Z
Cigars J
We Do Not Handle Mail Orders
Tent Lost
One new tent, wrapped in a
bundle, was lost between Plio.-nix
Tent and Awning Co. and Broadway
Ram-li.
REWARD
for return of same to
D. S. NUNN
Fhcenix Tent . Awning Co.
FOR BUSINESS
fcngraveei
WEDDING INVITATIONS
AND ANNOUNCEMENT CARDS
ni MAII!JACTIJR!NB SKUOMCRJi;.
317 WEST ADAMS 3T. r
before V' ' "j - 10. Adv.,
men. L --. u 1

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