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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1920 W. IM STSTE Ef OfiEY HAMED PROHIBITION IFOBCEMHir AGENT Prohibition Director W. T. Webb Relieved of Double Duty by Appointment' of State "Group Head" With the apointment of "William A. M orey as federal prohibition enforce ment agent in the state of Arizona Di rector W. T. Webb has been relieved of extra duty which he assumed last Jan uary when a man assigned to the po sition was removed. Tnis is the only state in the union where a director has been called upon to perform the double entry of directing both the in spectors whose duties are confined to the permissory features of the Vol stead act and the enforcement agents who attend to the enforcement of the law. The plans for enforcement of na tional prohibition provide for two sep arate and distinct organizations as follows: A Xderal prohibition director in eac h state with a force of assistants who are known as inspectors. The duties end activities of this organization are entirely confined to the permissory features of the law; from the direc- SUGAR SUGAR 5 lbs. Granulated Ap Sugar VDC With $5.00 order. Jam 5 lb. rt- rjr Jars Fancy Tomatoes, -t f per lb, UC Extra Fancy Potatoes, (none better) 10 lbs. 4r - tor 45 c Peanut Butter. OEf 3-lb. can UOC Post Toasties, -t Per pkg LLC Fancy Pink Beans ,r 10 ibs ioC Salt Pork, gy-t per lb. LC ' Picnic Hams, on per lb ZoC Breakfast Bacon, QT per lb. ; . . , O I C Fancy Japan Rice, FCflr 3 lbs. for OUC Star Flour, Q-j rypT 24-lb. sack Toilet Paper, O? 3 big rolls .; vJC Bob White Soap. "7Q 10 bars for OV P. & G. Naptha Soap, OQ 10 bars for v OiC Bread, 3 loaves (14-oz.) : AOk, Bulk Coffee, Ytf per lb.. tJtjKs z... si.oo Bellefleur Apples, Of 3 lbs API WE DELIVER JLl U 218 W. Washington St. Phone 1508 tors' office are issued permits to the druggists, doctors, hospitals, ministers and other persons and institutions to purchase and transport liquor, and the director and inspectors maintain a close and constant supervision over the bus iness of all those who, under the pro visions of the law, are permitted to use, purchase or transport liquor. The second of these organizations is a district and not a state force, each district beinsr under the supervision of a supervising federal prohibition agent. The Pacific coast district in cludes Arizona. California, Nevada, Or egon and Washington and is presided over by John L. Considine of San Francisco. Mr. Considine has a force of assist ants who are known as prohibition enforcement agents and it is the duty of this force, acting under the in structions of Mr. Considine, to appre hend all violators of national prohibi tion laws, to secure warrants, and to search and seize and arrest and to do all other things necessary to enforce the criminal provisions of the law. The supervising federal prohibition agent of a district assigns a number of his agents to work in each state in his district, one of these agents being placed in charge of each state and being known as "group head." Director Webb, his office force and his field inspectors, will now devote fill their time and energy to the care ful supervision of all permissory fea tures of the law. Director Webb has been very much handicapepd in his efforts to perform a double duty and to enforce the crim inal features of the law, owing to the fact that the major part of his time was necessarily devoted to the per formance of duties which the law pro vides shall be attended to by the di rector, and owing to the further fact that for the greater part of the time he had, for criminal investigation, only three agents in the entire state. mstm ASK BE A petition asking that they be per mitted to change their surname from Kichenbroner to Broner was filed yes terday in the superior court by Israel 10 MORE ffilGB 11 SUPERIOR COURT OH HMDS CHARGES Most of the hang-overs from the docket of the day before in the su perior court, when more than twenty prisoners appeared before Judge Stan ford for arraignment to various charges, were disposed of yesterday. Ten cases in all came up. George Ramirez pleaded guilty to a charge of burglary and will be sen tenced next Monday. lie, was charged with ta-king a quantity of clothing from the room of Juan Martinez in the Madison hotel on May 28. Florencio Escobar pleaded guilty to a charge of having committed a statutory offense and will be sentenced on Sept. 13. The complaint was made by his wife, Max ima Escobar. Ricardo Morales, charged with oper- been cleared yet, causing a detour of ating astage for hire over an author SOUTH PACIFIC LIFTS EMBARGO 1 PEfllSMflBLE FREIGHT The Southern Pacific's embargo on perishable freight on the Tucson di vision, including all points between El Paso and Yuma, has been lifted, it was announced late Thursday night, and yesterday all classes of freight were moving on the division. The embargo was declared late Tuesday afternoon, on account of a local labor difficulty at Tucson, which was later adjusted. The short lived perishable freight embargo on the Tucson district waa but one of many recent troubles of the Southern Pacific, however. Probably the most important was the oavc-in of San Joaquin tunnel No. 5 oir the va; ley line between Los Angeles and San Francisco, caused by .the derailment of a freight train which set fire to the framework of the tunnel. The cave-in blocked the main line, which has not all trains and some congestion of freight. Local labor troubles on the Tucson division, it was announced yesterday, have contributed to the retarded movement of freight, especially for Phoenix, but now have " been settled and normal service will be restored. The Southern Tacafic is building in ized stage route without securing a permit from the corporation commis sion, pleaded not guilty to the charge and will be tried on Oct. 28. The com plaint was made by Louis Guilliams, who alleges that Morales ran a stage between Phoenix and Litchfield. - Max Telese, an Indian, pleaded not guilty to a charse of having committed a 11 CH1IE0 cars and several locomotives, in addi tion to cars and locomotives It is pur- cnasing in the Kast. Terminals are being made more adequate and the company has announced it is vigor ously engaged in providing needed fa cilities everywhere. . o its own shops more than 1000 freight statutory offense, and wfU be tried on Sept. 15. Telese was origmauy cnargeu with kidnaping a 16-year-old girl from the Phoenix Indian school, but after her testimony at the preliminary hear ing the charge was changed. George W. Carpenter pleaded not guilty to a charge of failure to provide for his wife and will be tried on the charge on Oct. 14. Manuel Valenzuela, charged with a statutory offense, en tered a plea of ncjt guilty and will oe tried this morning. The complaint was made by Earl Hope. Manuel Cordova entered a plea of guilty to a cnarge u burglary and will be sentenced on Sept. 13. He was charged wan enter ing the home of Gov. inomas tu. wrap bell with the intent to commit robbery. When apprehended by a neighbor Cor dova was in the house. ie aammea Hotel Arrivals Adams D. G. Johnson, Prescott; H. B. Rog ers, Los Angeles; R. D. Curtiss, Tuc son; G. W. Knight, El Paso: G. J. Stoneman, Los Angeles; Kati.rine 03 trander, Amherst. Mass.; P. H. Hitch cock, Riverside ,Cal B. Andrews, San POSTOFFICE NEEDS 4 IRE CA1IERS Four carriers and two clerks are needed by the Phoenix postoffice, J. Albert Griffin, superintendent of mails, said yesterday in issuing a call for men. Men desired must be between the ages of IS and 45, and may sea Mr. Giffin a the postoffice today, to morrow morning, or Monday. Recently the postoffice department allowed the local postoffice an increase in the number of carriers, o better care for the city service. Thanks to high school boys who have been work ing as carriers, the postofffoe was able to get the additional men, but now the boys are going back to school and more men are needed. The carrier staff of the Phoenix postoffice now consists of 28 men. o CHAS. DE S. WHEELER THAIS SUPPORTERS To the voters of the state: I wish to take this opportunity through the columns of the Arizona Re publican to express my deep apprecia tion to all my supporters for the en dorsement I have received at their hands. Xt is true that in the heat of the campaign ma.ny attacks were directed against me which, although at the time seemed vicious and uncalled for, 1 am sincerely glad to overlook and forget. As the Democratic nominee for secre tary of state I pledge n-.y utmost effort toward the success of the Democratic, party in the coming election. With sir.cere gratitude. CHAS. DESALES WHEELER. to Hi i Eichenbroner, Mary -Eichenbroner. his j Douglas, Oakland, Cal.: It. ' George, Francisco; Miss Nancy Wilson. Tuc- v.t, ior.5v,a- in ti lustiee court that - . i n l 1 1 x j ii iv f son; M. A. Cohen, Chicago; B., vj rP(,pntiv been tiaroled from the GROCER wife, and their son, Isaac Eichenbroner. The petition will be heard at 9:30 o'clock this morning by Judge Stan ford. The application for the change in names is made, according to the pe tition, because their present name is so complex" that it is difficult for them to have it spelled or pronounced cor rectly, which gives them much con fusion and annoyance. Israel Eichenbroner has been a resi dent of Phoenix for 19 years, coming here for his health. Recently he dis posed of all his property In Phoenix with the exception of the family resi dence, which he expects to sell shortly. Within a few weeks it is 'the Intention of Mr. Eichenbroner to move to San Antonio, Tex., with his family. Isaac Eichenbroner, who has been reputy county recorder for the past two years, stated yesterday that he would -resign from that position in the near future in order to open a floral establishment in San Antonio. Until his departure from the city, Mr. Eichenbroner said, he would continue with his orchestra work. . o TWO CABS IN CUB COLLISION A "stripped" Ford loaded with cream, driven by Walter Parsca.1, crashed Into a motor car driven by Glen Homes, eon of Rev. R. Lw Homes, at tne corner oi Fifteenth and Van Buren streets about 8 o'clock last night. Two women and a baby were in the car driven by Homes. Miss Lucile Brewster, one of the women, was cut by glass from the wind shield. No one else waa injured, hut both cars were badly damaged. After striking the car driven by Hnmps the Ford swerved into a car driven by Fred Erich, slightly damag ing it. Parscal was driving without lights, according to witnesses, and Baid he did not see either car until he was within a few feet of them. DAMAGED Seattle, Wash.; M1. B. Poland, Los An geles; B. C. Gayfer, Los Angeles; B Simpson, Los Angeles; Pat Stevenson, Los Angeles; Marie Larsen, New York City; B. F. Hulsa and wife, Los An geles; G. B. Kaufman, Pasadena, Cal.; G. G. Staberan, Waco, Tex.; C. Totten, Prescott; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reach, Los Angeles; John V. Reilly, Prescott; Mrs. Omar Toft, Forest Park; T. W. Panhurst, Globe; A. E. Theirman, Globe; Frank E. Ceerley, Tucson; VV C. McGuire, Chicago; H. D. Hawes, Los Angeles; W. J. Grail, San Fran Cisco; James B. Ray and wife, Jack sonville, Fla.; M. D Denver; D. B. Chandler. San Fran Cisco; A. A, Jayne, Casa Grande; W. R. Ellis, San Francisco B. W. Bryns and wife, Prescott; W. H. Orr, Ray. Jefferson W R. Vemerman, Los Angeles; G Edwards, Los Angeles; E. J. Witt Amarillo, Tex.;H. Dallman, Los An geles; James Johnstone, Los Angeles; G. 'H. Baer, San Francisco; M. A. Cum- mings, San Francisco; Elmer West- lake, San Francisco; E. A. -Womble Kansas City; Robert Young and wife. Denver; William Cook, Tucson; Rev and Mrs. J. A. Slack, Pawnee Rock, Kan.; Ruth Blake, Pasadena, Cal.; T. E. Watson, Los Angeles: George F. Wilson, Loa Angeels; : B. Schoenfeld, Los Angeles; R. B. Thompson, Tuc son; L. P. Bergman, El Paso; Ola Wright, Loa Angeles; Mrs. R. , H. Moorehouse. Florence; D. O. Martin and wife, Florence; B. J. Mattuck, Tucson. Commercial E. Pwobons. Los Angeles: F. L. Culin, Tucson; Florence Proctor, Chicago; Murry Bowen, Los 'Angeles;' Frank Beaner and wife, Los Angeles; Violet M. Leahey, Spokane, ash.; J. O Plummer, Denver; Mrs. Mary J state nenitentiary. T. F. Jones, who pleaded gunty last July to a charge of disposing or in toxicating liquor, was lined iuu yes terday by Judge Stanford. The com plaint was made by E. W. Gibbons, who allesred that he had purchased a quart of corn whiskey from Jones for $25 following the latters return irom a visit to Louisiana. According to the story told by Jones, Gibbons wanted a quart of the liquor when ne learnea that he had brought four quarts back with him, and he refused to sen it to him. Jones said he finally gave iio- hnno a nnart and the latter gave mm Montgomery, a for 325 several days later and his arrest followed. Judge Stanford also issued an order vacating the sentence imposed oy Judge McAlister on James Bennett, jr., and ordered that he be released from custody in order to pay a fine of $200 at the rate of $50 a month. A stipula tion was made that Bennett report once each day to the probation officer. The judge announced the order was made for the reason that Bennett helped officers in the recent attempted jail break in the county Jail. o ED TO COURT ON CHARGE OF L ARCENl Emmett L. Wood yesterday was held to answer to the superior court Dy Justice Charles De Sales Wheeler fol lowing a hearing before him on a charge of grand larceny. 'Woods was committed to the county jail when he fallart in furnUh n Hnnd of $2500. He Brown, Tucson; W W. Thurlow Los is charged with taking an automobile Angeles; Roy W Kelly, AJo; C. W. belongingr to Dr. S. D. Little on Aug Ramsey, AJo; W. E. Cloud. San Fran- Ilat 2, woods offered no defense. rLive Stock Bought and Sold , a i t i i -- ii : 3 We want ieecte rnogs, weignt ou ios. anu up. We have any number of good dairy cows; any breed; price right. mmtmmmmm We want to buy some good registered Holstein dairy cows. We can sell you some 2- and 3-vear-old steers price right. Arizona Live Stock & Commission Co. 31 West Jefferson Street Phone 3046 r;3 1 1 'A Hi Tucson Division will hire firemen for oil-burning engines. Steady work and usual seniority privileges for work and promotion. Men with grammar school educa tion, 18 to 35 years of age, eligible for employees. Average salaries $170 to $275 per month. Applicants report to Chief Dis patcher, Southern Pacific G. H. S. A. freight station, Campbell Street, El Paso, or V. Wilson, Superintendent, Southern Pacific, Tucson or to Term inal Trainmaster, Yuma. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY 1 Cisco; H. H. McDonald, Ray: Mrs Maurice Ryan, Superior; C. G. Davis and wife. El Paso; Miss E. Pamler, Elgin, 111.; J. M. Egan, Prescott: J. E Cavanaugh, Bisbee; Clara Budde, San Jose; George Willett, Ventura; C. C. Charles. San Francisco; Mrs.- O. L. Hart. Flagstaff: Leo R. Casper, Los Angeles; B. K. Baker, New York City; E. F. Kunz, New York City. o HIGHWAYS WEATHER BULLETIN River Crossings Sacaton: River i3 dry and the cross ing is fairly good. Apache County Main higlrway Springerville to Hol- brook in good condition. Mountain roads soft but passable. Cochise County All main roads good and being im proved. Coconino County Roads generally good. Showers caus ing some mud over short stretches but not delaying travel. Graham County Roads In fair condition. All bridges passable. Greenlee County All roads In good condition, slight damage caused by recent rains re paired. Gila County Roads over county in good condition. Salt river bridge will be open for.trafffc September 1. New road to Gisela from Roosevelt and Payson road completed. Maricopa County Prescott - WIckeriiurg road good Black Canyon fair by way of Avenue 16. To Florence, new state highway out of Mesa. Tercpe bridge open for light vehicles. Coast: Parker route best. All floods passed, river crossings open except Gila to Ajo. Navajo County Best road, llolbrook to Winslow, north of Sa.nta Fe railroad. Fort Apache road rough from Shumway to Show low. All other roads good. Whiteriver: Roans across reserva tion are rough hut dry and hard except for a few soft 'places at the higher elevations. Pima County All main roads in the county in good shape; balance fair. Kederal road to Mt. Lemon is completed. 4 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: ronds washed out in several places through out county. Yavapai County Roads PrpKettt to Phoenix via Black Canyon good: via Wickenbiog 20 miles is roiich road. Prescott to Ash Fork 10 miles rouzh. All other roads good. Yuma County Ehrenberg ferry open to traffic. Road in good condition. Parker: Road via Parker and Needles in good condition. JAMES IT. GORDON. o The army draft showed about 25 per cent of those who registered were illiterate. According to the story told by Harry L. Shedd and Dr. Little on the stand yesterday, they caught Woods in the car ready to drive away and Mr. Shedd, who carri'es a commission as a special deputy, placed him under arrest. Both men said they had watched the car after Mrs. Little had found it near the Jefferson hotel and they saw Woods approach and get in the car. Mr. Shedd testified that woods wanted to go in search .of the Mexican and he consented. They could not lo cate the house, and on South Seventh street Woods refused to return, to the sheriff's office, Mr. Shedd said, and disappeared. Last Sunday, Mr. Shedd said, he found Woods and arrested him again and placed him i'n the city jail. Woods will enter a plea today before Judge Stanford to a second charge of grand larceny which arises in connection with the theft of some suits from Vic Hanny. When arrested for the car theft. Woods was under a bond of $750 to appear for this charge. Beautifies GrapHair 'Tis easy bow to bring back the natural beauty to your gray hair for Co-Lo restores the original color, life and luster in a manner nature approves. Co-Lo Hair Restorer a scientific process perfected by Prof. John H. Austin of Chicago, over 40 years a haii and scalp specialist. The Ten Co-Lo Secrets 1. Co-Lo is a wonderful liquid. 2. Clear, odorless, greaseles3. 3. Without lead or sulphur. 4. Hasn't & particle of sediment. 6. Will not wash or rub off. 6. Will not Injure hair or scalp. 7. Pleasing and simple to apply. 8. Cannot bs detected like th or dinary hair tints and dyes. 9. Will not cause the hair to split or break off. 10. Co-Lo can be had for every natural shade of hair. Prof. John H. Austin's CO-LO HAIR RESTORER Sold By ALL OWL. DRUG STORES. Central Phar macy, Owl Drug Store, Busy Drug Store, A. L. Boehme' Drua Store We Deliver The GOODS Patton Bros. Grocery Phone 1751-1709 1920 Oldsmobile Touring, 8-cylinder, 7-passenger. 1920 Oldsmobile Touring, 6-cylinder, 5-passenger. 1920 Oldsmobile Truck, 4-cylinder. 1919 Oldsmobile Touring, 3-cylinder, 4-passenger. 1919 Oldsmobile Touring, 8-cylinder, 7-passenger. 1919 Oldsmobile Roadster, 8-cylinder, 3-passenger. 1913 Oldsmobile Touring, 6-cylinder, 5-passenger. 1917 Oldsmobile Touring, Model 44, 8-cyU 5-pass. MISCELLANEOUS CARS 1919 Ford Truck. 1918 Chevrolet Touring, 4-cylinder, 5-passenger. 1918 Kissel Touring, 6-cylinder, 5-passenger. 1918 Studebaker Touring, 6-cylinder, 7-passenger. 1917 Hudson Touring, 6-cylinder, 7-passenger. 1917 Jeffrey Roadster, 6-cylinder, 2-passenger. 1917 Reo Touring, 4-cylinder, 5-passenger. Ferguson-Keeler COMPANY 321 North Central Phone 1252 New Styles .in emit ere Lpy, pff H $2-1 So many people make the mistake of think ing that clothes are the only thing which change in style or in which there are new styles, that we cannot help but emphasize that old, out-of-date furniture makes just as bad an impression on your friends as old clothes. While lota of folks wouldn't be seen in out-of-date clothes, these same folks open their homes to visitors when their furniture is far from modern. This store is quick to recognize and stock the new things in furniture. That's why our stocks are always In advance of the ordinary. It's why you; can come in here at any time and see what's new , and what's what in furniture. Xoveltiea in furni- -ture, for example, are "all the rage." Why not,-. come In and see what little beauties we are show"?, Ing and learn how reasonable they are in price."! At your service any time! Exceptional Value in Lamps mviiiiiiitiipiMfelA; 'III , Nothing brightens up the living room like a new lamp and you'll find all the very latest designs here at prices that make this the right time for you to buy one. May we show you? A Bed Spring You Can Bank On Special 7-Piece $1 O QC Aluminum Set No kitchen Is modern or operating at the highest efficiency without a complete set of aluminum. In convenience, in work sav ing because they clean so easily, and In durability they are the best kind of kitchen ware to buy. and here's your chance to get a complete 7-piece set special for Saturday only. Chifforettes Are Greatly Favored l jo- )y Among the newer ideas in bedroom furniture is the chiftorette, scientifically designed to provide "the most places for the most things." Wee our showing. A Worth While Mattress Special With your night's rest so dependent upon it, your bedspring should be chosen with the utmost care. Here's one you can rely on, they are made right and priced right. Good Furniture is the Only Kind V orth Buying Why not live our allotted "three score years and ten" amid the real comforts of home the comforts that only good furniture bring. Here you can securt furniture at moderate prices yet of such sterling worth that they will actually last a lifetime. And period designs will keep them "in fashion." (Jlad to show you at your convenience. No obligation to you. HlZ&u a stun tov v Not what a mntrej-s looks" like on the outride but what it's stuffed with and how it's made on the inside. Here's a mattress made right and priced right our Saturday rpocial at but $12.70. "Home Outfitters" 11 y&Tm iwi n W 116-118 West Adams St.