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Arizona republican. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1890-1930, September 11, 1920, Image 16

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CO-flPHTl
MUKEnffi URGED
FOB TIIIS VALLEY
Co-operative marketing, what It has
n9 f lhe Power, of Califor
nia nd what it might do for the farm-
tU RiVer Vallp'- the
rhtnih f ry l the Phoenix
rharnbr of commw, made before the
,K"r;.."1"il yterday at its regular
n-r-V V V. " l'xtded vacation
Ie..t in California, where he care.
x-'m investigated agricultural condi-
There is great prosperity amon? the
farmer-, and fruit misers in that state,
he declared. Good prices are beim
vT'T I1" ail rroJcts and Mr.
Yel-h attributes this in large measure
to the co-operative organisations ef
fected among the fruit raisers and
others by which they market their
Product.,. There are at present in
Cah.crma 2.0 such organizations,
RUBBER
STAHFS
wMA7RFALTniHJNS ETAnilNERE'
317 WEST ADAMS ST.
n
High Power Sporting Rifles
Frbm frigid ice wastes of Alaska and sun
, scorched jungles of Africa come highest
praise and appreciation of 'Savage Quality.'
We are especially enthusiastic over the
new 1920 .250-3000 Savage, which repre
sents the latest and highest development of
the American hunting rifle graceful and
symmetrical weighs only six pounds
improved bolt action point blank range
over 300 yards gives a muzzle velocity of
3000 feet per second an arm that answers
every requirement of the hunter. You
should see it.
A complete line of Savage Sporting
Rifles and Automatic Pistols is now on dis
play in our Sporting Goods Department.
Authorized factory prices prevail.
Drop in any time and see them, and don't
miss Model 1920 .250-3000 and model
1899 .250-3000 both are beauties.
"THE BEST
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PALME
Saving Mother ork
YES, in a score or more of ways
every day in the year, an Auto
matic Gas Water .Heater will save
mother's time and strength.
If there is a child in your home, you
should by all means have us install a Gas
Water Heater so that you may enjoy the mar
velous convenience of
Running Hot Water
Baby's daily bath takes but a few mo
- ments when the water runs HOT from the
faucet no teakettle to heat or cany no
waiting for the water to warm.
In kitchen laundry bath you'll ap
preciate a Gas Water Heater every time you
have need for hot water.
Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
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none
many of their brands and trade marks
being internationally known.
Mr. Welch urged that the question of
forming: co-operative marketing or
ganizations in this valley be thorough
ly investigated, seeing no reason why
the success attained in California
could not be repeated here.
Many Rotarians who had spent their
vacations in other states have returned
home. During their absence some of
them visited other Itotary clubs.
Ralph Murphy, who visited the Rotary
clubs of Long Reach. Santa Ana, Red
lands and Los Angeles, yesterday de
scribed the interesting features in the
conduct of their meetings. N. IX Snn
ricrs described his visit to the Poston
Rotary club. Lee Fitzhugh tokl of the
Santa Barbara club, of which he was
a guest at a meeting. F. C. McNahb
attended meetings of the Los Ansrelcs
and Vancouver Rotary cluba. Ed Hash
while in the Fast attended a meetii
of the New York City Rotary club,
which he described. On his way home
he stopped at Texarkana and was a
gvest of the Rotary club of that city.
Chris I.ee was chairman of the day.
One of the guest of the club was
Charles Windes of Niagara Falls, N.
Y. Mr. Windes is a representative of
the General Electric company of
Schenectady, X. V.' He has come to
Phoenix to establish a branch.' Mr.
Windes is a past president of the Nia
gara Falls Rotary club.
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BACHELOR FINDS GIFT
OF BABY: WILL KEEP IT
TACOMA When E. A. Newton,
bachelor, returned to his apartment,
he found a three-months' old boy on
his bed, a package of clothes and this
note: "Please keep him. Name's Don.
Born May 25." Signed "Unknown
Friend." Newton has decided to keep
the gift.
IN HARDWARE
PALACE
-HARDWARE & ARMS CO.
WHOLESALE RETAIL
SPORTING GOODS
Phoenix, Ariz.
thc WfArCHSTR stoKn
230 W. Washington St.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1920
MRUS EXHIBIT
D BE HESl'G
PART OF' STATE FAIR
J. C. Goodwin qf Tempe, who will
be in charge of the mineral exhibits
at the state fair this year, has been
ti"avelinsr over the state for the past
few weeks ma kins preliminary arrange
ments for s-ec.urir.ee and placing an un
usually interest ins? collection of ore
specimens in this department, which is
most fortunate in having a splendid
new mineral building to house its dis
plays. -
Through his travels Mr. Goodwin
has gleaned the information that there
will be a goodly representation in the
number of exhibitors of ores, as the
kinds of minerals to be shown. lie
expects especially fine showings from
the Morenci. Clifton, Ajo, Jerome. Ray,
Superior and Globe districts, and he
wishes again to assure those placing
exhibits that they will be well guarded
and cared for while in the fair grounds
and that private cabient collections arc
especially requested.
The minerals exhibit will not be con
fined to metaliferous ores alone. Sam
ples of cement. build Ins: stone, oil
shale? and oil sands of Arizona will
afford an opportunity for a liberal edu
cation as to the mineral resources of
the state, outside the precious and
semi-precious metals.
ONE IRREGULARITY 11
PRIlRf REPDRTE
There was at least one irregularity
in the primary election last Tuesday,
according to information reaching the
office of the attorney general. The
offense, which was of n. mir nature,
was committed in Cochise comity.
A voter apeared at one of the polling
precincts in Coc-hise county with a
certificate of registration and was re
fused the ballot, according to the at
torney generals informant. In fact,
it was the judge of the erection board,
the man who denied this voter his
ballot, that set the facts before Mr.
Jones.
It appears that the man will not
have been a resident of the state for
one year until Oct. 15. The judge of
the election board for that reason be
lieved that the man had been improp
erly registered and was not entitled to
vote.
Some time ago. however, the attorney
general issued an opinion to the effect
that persons who will have resided in
Arizona for a period of one year prior
to the general election in November
can be legally registered at any time
during the summer, and such person
legally registered are properly entitled
to vote at the primary election.
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NOTIFIED
OF SUFFRAGE ACT
Enfranchisement of women was of
ficially declared to Arizonans yester
day in a certification certificate re
ceived at the office of the secretary of
state from Bainbridge Colby, secretary
of state of the United States.
Such notification is merely a matter
of form and, in some states, law, po
that proper steps can be taken to al
low women to vote at the election this
fall. '
Ratification of the Susan Tt. Anthony
amendment, however, really has no ef
fect in this state, inasmuch as women
here have voted on all matters the
same as men for the past several years.
wiLsoFsii to
0PE1 NEXT HIM
The Wilson school will open Monday,
Sept 13. A new gas plant has been
installed, which will furnish gas for
lighting and cooking. A water system
is being installed so that each building
will be equipijed with lavatories and
drinking fountains. A full time at
tendance officer and. janitor has been
employed, which should insure better
attendance and also cleaner classrooms
and neater grounds.
All parents are urged to enter their
children the first day. as entrance at a
later date will retard their progress.
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The main street of Zion City. 111., is
covered with deep sand to prevent au
tomobile speeders from annoying the
town.
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Richards & Nace Enterprises
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LAST TIME TODAY
PAULINE
FREDERICK
IN
WTHE PALISER CASE"
Added
"A Villain's Broken Heart"
A Rainbow Comedy
Fox News
TODAY ONLY
WALLACE
REID
IN
"THE MAN FROM
FUNERAL RANGE"
Added
"The Hidden Pit"
'THE SEA WOLF" at
Iff MOTOR com
IS EXPECTED
HERE SEPTEMBER 2
The United States army motor con
voy, originally due in Phoenix Sept.
3, will leave El Paso today, the HI
Paso chamber of commerce wired the
Phoenix chamber of commerce late
yesterday afternoon. The convoy has
fallen down on its schedule since it
entered Texas at the rate of two days
a week. The chamber of commerce
figures the convoy will be in Phoenix
Sept. 23, allowing for two days' loss
from the original schedule from the
time it leaves Kl Paso until it reaches
Phoenix.
Should the convoy not lase more time
it would reach Phoenix Sept. 23. But
this is not considered probable.
Schedule time, as explained, is not
what the government is seeking in
making this trip over the 13.mkhe.ia
national highway. It is testing equip
ment and observing the roads as pos
sible military roads.
Director General J. A. Ronntree of
the Bankhead highway, who is with
the convos-, has stated in addresses
upon several occasions enroute that
this convoy corresponds in many ways
to the Lewis and Clark expedition and
that it will go down in history as one
of the great accomplishments of the
army transport corps. He has said
that he is confident the great route
along the border and leading directly
out of the capital city of the nation
through the south mid southwestern
states will be taken over by the gov
ernment as a great military artery to
the coast.
Plans for receiving the convoy in
Phoenix will soon be made. The
chamher of commerce committee
chosen last spring has been awaiting
the approach of the convoy within a
reasonable distance from Phoenix be
fore making final plans.
UREAS
STATE;
Automobiles are in great favor in
Arizona this year, judging from the
number of licenses issued by the secre
tary of state in the first eight months.
An increase of nearly 20 per cent in
the number of automobiles owned in
the state is noted as compared with the
first eight months of last year. Ac
cording to the license registration,
there are now "2.S43 machines within
the confines of the baby common
wealth, as compared with 2S.7iiS at the
corresponding period last year.
Kight hundred and ninety-eight li
censes were issued by the secretary of
state's office in August, as compared
with 744 in the corresponding period
last year. It is expected that approxi
mately 35.000 ears will be registered
in the state before the end of the year.
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AMUSEMENTS
-a
Strand
Pauline Frederick will be seen for
the last times today at the Strand,
where she is offering "The Faliser
Case." This perplexing mystery dra
ma finds the talented emotional jtar
in the role of a poor girl caught in the
webb of circumstances and whirled
with the force of a bullet into a sea
of intrigue and crime from which there
s:eems to be no extrication. A crime
has been committed and the circum
stances point strongly to her as being
guilty. She had had every cause to
have committed the deed, but there
Last Times Today
"The Best of Luck"
Six Other Features
Coming Sunday
Mack Sennett's Five-Reelar
'MARRIED LIFE
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NOT a WAR Picturo
Columbia Theater Orchestra
Fred Barlow, Director
D. D. Singletary in Novelty
Songs
Continues 1 to 11 p. m.
LAST TIME TODAY
WILLIAM S.
HART
IN
"THE MONEY CORRAL"
A Paramount-Artcraft Picture
Added
"THE SMILIN' KID','
A bullet swift story of the olden
west.
RIVERSIDE PARK
mm m m u a u .
Tonight
KING BRADY'S
JAZZ BAND
The Pool Is Always
Open
the STRAND TOMORROW
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were at least three others equally open
to suspicion. The clever author has
succeeded wonderfully well in main
taining the mystery interest to the
very end of the drama, and it will be
welcomed as one of the most pleasing
pictures Pauline Frederick has ever
made.
The Fame program carries a Rain
bow comed-y, "A Villain's Heart," and
the Fox News.
Tomorrow start the engagement of
"The Sea Wolf." Jack Ldntlan's most
widely read novel, made into a Paramount-Artcraft
special by George 11.
.Yielford. and enlisting the services of
some of the best known stars of thc
Paramount program.
Riverside Park
Tonight promises another big time
at the popular amusement center, for
it will mark the regular Saturday night
dance. With King Brady and his jazz
band on hand to guarantee the music,
the quality of the event is assured,
for there has never been a musical
organization in Phoenix that has cap
tivated the public as has this group
of musicians who demonstrate their
superiority with every dance.
The pool is always open and there
will doubtless be crowds taking ad
vantage of an invigorating swim in
the clean waters of the sanitary River
side pool this afternoon, for there are
several picnic parties already arranged
for in the open today.
The refreshment facilities are always
running full blast.
Ramona
For today only the Ramona offers
Wallace Reid in "The Man from Fu
neral Range." It's a Reid picture that
gives this dashing star a western char
acterization. It is a very clever love
story, combining the elements of ro
mance and mystery, and tells the story
m
r3
- will continue only a few more days
Slightly' damaged .stock from
Dosris-iHieyEnan
Folding Sewing Tables $2,00
Folding Card Tables . .-. $2.00
Kitchen Tables $4.00 and $7.50
Four Foot Folding Lawn Bench $2.75
Five Foot $3.25
Kitchen Cabinet Bases $10.00
With Bins and Drawers
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets . . . . . $45.00
Baby Cribs $5.25 and $6.75
SALE
No Exchanges
JtLsCl
Phoenix
of a man who lost himself. It is la
ter developed that his actions were
all a part of a well laid scheme to un
earth various underhand schemes and
takes the star from the vastne.ss of the
desert to ttie ultra select surroundings
of a fashionable summer resort, there
to unfold a denouement that is as sur
prising as it is j. leasing.
"The Hidden 1'it." a story of the
Royal Northwest .Mounted, is the add
ed attraction.
Tomorrow starts the engagement of
Tom Mix in "The J")aredevil."
The Hip
"The Money Corrnl," starring Wil
liam S. Hart, the Hip's attraction, closes
with the final screenigs tonight and
brings to a close as pood a picture as
Fig" Bill' has ever made.
It is the story of a westerner who
becomes engaged as a watchman in a
la.rge eastern banking institution. Mil
lions are under his watchful eye and
he terms the vaults the "money corral."
Strangely enough, 'certain sums have
been missing and suspicion rests on
the watchman. This suspicion is in
tensified by the accusations of one of
the officers of the bank. These ac
cusations have made the watchman
even more determined to run clown the
matter and find the real culprit. It
is a dangerous mission and the clev
erness of the westerner pittel against
the cleverness of the trained criminal
adds a peculiar zest to the story.
"The Smilin' Kid" is the. added west
ern feature, starring many of the well
known western character leads.
Tomorrow starts the engagement of
'Forbidden Trails,'
a William Fox
super feature, augmented by a Texas
Guinan western story.
Columbia
ses the close of
which has made a
Today
of Luck."
"The Best
record run
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Riidolpli
at the' Columbia theater duriner the
past three days. This speedy, all star
play, with its thrilling air flight and
submarine search, and its numerous
tense situations, will be followed by a
Mac k Sennet comedy, "Married Iife,
which plays a four day engagement at
the Columbia, starting Sunday.
Wedding bells do not mean alimony
in "Married Life." On the contrary,
they spell fun, laughter and good humor
When the wicked villain. Ben Turpin,
the stage struck wife, Phyllis Haver,
the jnalous husband, Jimmy Finlayson.
and the ever present innocent bystander
ail go "up in the air" together and
fight it out high above the clouds it's
time to begin holding your breath; that
is, if you can stop laughing long
enough. You'll want to see Pen Turpin
as a would-be football hero, and you'll
get a laugh when he takes an anaes
thetic in the hospital. The anaesthetic
is administered by the jealous husband
and he surely does a. thorough job of it
because the next thing you know Ben
is floating through the window like
a tov .baloon.
Mr. Sl-.irletary sings "Whispering
tonight by request. Playing on the
same program as "The Best of Luck"
is the Gaumont News, an all star com
edy. Ford Weekly, and Bill Rogers' Il
literate Digest.
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