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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1920 t 1 r c I t a J n d if it n P1 A n II a f I I 1 1 t, It n u it ' ii i to fl tu' uJt he i,' of n I v II t: e w at w w tr. tr o tr J w, r h d h V Ii P II n tl P h r !. l b ) U I vi SPECIALISTS .In the Examination of Eyes and the Fitting of Correct Glasat Northrup Optical Cfe. 9 EAST ADAMS STREET Phone 690 for Appointmen THOUGHT 01 fcatt Wathinston Su Phone 3089 . WEATHER FORECAST Arizona; Monday and Tuesday fail; warmer Tuesday. Colorado: Monday partly cloudy; cwldcr east portion; Tuesday probably fair, slightly warmer. New Mexico: Monday fair south, liffht showers north portion, loolcr; Tuesday fair, cooler east portion. o WEATHER FORECAST n.mt Noon p.m. OF Bit ITS KILLED AT TUCSON with a hammer during an argument. The blow. Turner said, knocked hir, unconscious and when he came t' he was bleeding from a wound in the scalp. Eekford denies striking Tur ner with a hammer, hut declares that i Turner started to assault him with a ! hammer and when he attempted to I take it away from him. Turner struck j his head against an iron bracket on a car during the scuffle, i o REGISTRATION FOR GEIil ELECTIOS 7 33 W 17 30 NV J 0 iff i . ... Ha THAT EXTRA PAIR Everyone dependent on flaasea for iaion should hare an extra pair for emergencies, for drees, or for greater comfort. Let us moke that pair. Munson Optical Co. 8 East Washington St.. Phoanix I Phoenix Seed and Feed Company Wholesale and Rttail 123 Eatt Jafferton &L. Haas," Banich Co, Inc : GROCERS WHOLESALE Temp., dry bulb T,s Temp., wet bull) "1 Humidity, per cent . Wind from E Wind, miles 3 Rainfall 0 Weather Cler Clear Clear Highest yesterday - Lont yesterday Tot.il rainfull "rt Deficiency in temperature yesterday. 3 degrees. Excess In temperature atnee the first of the month. 35 degreea. Accumulated excess In temperature since Jan. 1, 43 degrees. Normal precipitation, Jan. 1 to date. 4.20 Inches. Actual precipitation Jan. 1 to date, 5.73 inches. Deficiency alnre Jan. I. 0.45 Inches. ROBKRT Q. UKANT. o ocalBriefi CAPITOL P. T. A. MEETING The rarent-Tr arher association of the Capitol school will meat at 2:50 o'clock next Wednesday afternoon In the kindergarten room of the school. lr. Mary L. Neff will speak of child wel fare, and a program will be given ry the pupils of Miss Pulloek's foom. Re frehments will be served. TEMPLE CLUB MEETING The Temple luh will meet at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at 620 West Jef- I forsnn street. Aftr a short business mrcttns ihere will be music and a I spiritualist ession. All members and friends of the club are Invited. MUSICIANS' CLUB MEETING POSTPONED The meeting of the Mu sicians' club has been postponed from todsv until next Mondnv. Oct. 1&. HOME FROM MICHIGAN Mrs. Jav Townsend has returned from Michigan, after a stay of three months wi'h re'alve and friends. TO SURGEONS' CONGRESS Dr. R. R. Erownfield left Saturday nlsbt for Montreal to attend the congress of the American College of Surgeons. At the convention Dr. Brownfield will receive the degree of fellowship. He expects to return In about ten days. o Death of Mrs. C. H. Schuls Mrs. Charles Hugo Schulx of 133S West Washington street, died early lust night at the St. Joseph hospital after an Illness of a week. She Is sur vived by ber husband and bv a father mid two brothers In Michigan. Burial wt!I be In Allegan, Mich., Mrs. Sohulz ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPLY CO. Tba On! EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE ' Hardware House in the Stat former home. OBITUARIES I After nearly four years of waiting justice baa beeiserved for the murder of Charles Minor, a Buckeye baker, on the occasion of the first Buckeye bank robbery, December 9, 1916. Manual (larcia, believed to be one of the four men who held up the bank and one of the two men who opened fire on Minor, was killed at Tucson yesterday afternoon, aoccrdlng to word received by Sheriff Tom Montgomery from the Pima county officials. Garcia had aeen under surveillance for several days In fact, ever since officers learned that he had re-crossed the international boundary line from Mexico, lie was finally trailed to Tucson and officers dispatched to make the arrest. The Mexican rarricaded himself In his little fchac'.t when he saw the offi cers approaching, however, and opened fire. Deputy Sheriff McClure was shot through the s:omach, the bullet pierc ing the liver. Attending rhysiciana hold little hope for his recovery. The Tire wis returned by McClure and other deputies. After several rounds had been exchanged Garcia ceased firing. His body had been pierced by hilf a dozen bullets and death la believed to have been almost Instantaneous. Description of the dead man tallies exactly with that of Garcia, one of the Buckeye ban robbers, even to scars on the face I nd hands. For this rea sons officers here are Inclined to the belief that he is the man. It was shortly before 8 o'clock on the afternoon of December 9, 1916. that the four Mexican bandits rode Into Buck eye. Two of their number stood watch outside whllt the other two entered the bank, ordered the teller and cashier to throw up thir hands and grabbed sev eral thousand dollars in currency and silver. Telephone wires had previously been cut. As the two Mexicans emerged from the bank Minor, attracted by the shouts from pedestrians, came runnnlng out of his bakerv. n few doors from the bank. The "sentlnHs" opened fire with high caliber rifle:!, one of the bullets pass ing through the leg-. An Interna! hem orrhage resulted, causing Mr. Minors death. The four bandits took flight across country on horseback, changing mounts frequently. Jeff Adams, then sheriff, and a large pose. gave chase, trailing the men to the Mexican boundary line. Some time later local peace officers received photographs from Mexican au thorities which, they claimed, showed the execution of the four men wanted for the murder and robbery. Officers never attached much credence to these photogTaphi, however. sisiiiiiE ICKETVKOO'JEW SI0W AT TIE ELKS, DELIGHTS AUDIE1E With the promenade deck filled with samples of delectable femininity and the hold burdened down with more laughs than Phoenix theatergoer. ordi narily treated to. the good ship "Rack ety Koo" dropped anchor at the- Elks theater last night and discharged' a cargo of smiles. The favor with which the advent of the steamer was received was Fhowti especially by the crowd that, lined the wharf, and that kept the ships crew busy with encores during the evening. The feature of the comedy, labeled a "musical refreshment." was the com edy work of Jack Millerand Lew Gor don, who" increased last night the pop ularity they won with their Initial per formance here. Other features were the specialties introduced in the sec ond act. when various members of the company entertained with bits of sons, patter and dancing, which was much above the ordinary, and the costumes worn by the' chorus, which, in some scenes, were well worth looking at. Among the musical numbers which were well received were 'Avalon," "lulip Time'' and "Chong." But above J an was jaeK Miner who Kept the audi ence laughing throughout the show and whose merry foolery was a good beginning for another week for those who sat and laughed with him. 'Rackety Koo" will continue through the week, when -Broadway Echoes" will take its place, with new music and new songs, new costumes and new scenery. - o WILL CLOSE FRIDAY Registration for he general ejection on Nov. will closi next Friday nitfht, Oct. 1."., at 12 o'clock midnight. Miss Edith Jacobs, county recorder, said yes terday. All voters who have not reg istered by that time will be unable to cast their votes at the polls on election day, and they aie t rged to attend to the matter at once. If possible. Miss Ja cobs said, she would like to avoid an eleventh hour rush to register, and re quests that citizens call and register at once. No one will be permitted to register after Oct. 15. and in order that no one will be missed. Miss Jacobs has de cided to keep the recorder's office open until midnirht. All those who have moved from one precinct to another and have already registered are asked to have their original registration transferred to their new precinct. Since the opening of the registra tion of an absent citizen of the state that will permit him to vote by mail R. A. Jarrott, deputy county, attorney, has issued the following decision: "Our statutes provide that a Quali fied voter who is absent from the state may register for the election, but there is nothing in th'S law authorizing any person to vote t an election in this stte while he in actually absent from the state. Chapter 11 of the Session Laws of Arizona. First Special Session, rl918, usually referred to at the Sol diers' and Sailors' voting law, provides that qualified electors in the military or naval establishments of the state of Arizona or of the United Stales while absent from such state in such military establishments, mas- vote: bu ! persons in the civil service are not in cluded within the provisions of this particular law.'' GOT QUICK ACTION. SO DROPPED SUIT Constable Ice and Fuel Company Phona 1C55 WOOD AND COAL Guaranteed TITLES Phetni Title AV Trut Co. Death of Samutl Marian Samuel Mahan. a well known con tractor, died yesterday at his home at First avenue and Apa'che utreet. after an illness of several months. He was 53 yenrs old and had lived in this city for fourteen years and is sur vived by a widow, four daughters and one son. o Elect Stoddard atata senator, adv.1t of s i c mm Engraved . WEDDING INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENT CARDS -MAJIUFAinilRINS STATIONERS" 17 WE3T ADAMS ST. After being notified by Deputy Sheriff Jin Troutman that he was wanted at the sheriffs office on a felony warrant. Frank Kckford. colored, and partner In a garage at 39 South Second street, came to the sheriff's o'fice about 6 o'clock Satur day night nd gave himself up. The warrant charges Kckford with assault by meann likely to produce great bodily natm and was sworn out by J. W. Turner, an employee of the garage. Kckford was released under a bond of $400 and will be arraigned on the charge today before Justice Wheeler. Accordlrg to the story told by Tur ner. Eckfrrd struck him on the heai Within twenty-four hours after fil ing a suit in the Superior court ask ing that W. W. Sigler be compelled to return eight notes and t mortgages to him, John W. Ray appeared in thV? office of the clerk of the court o i Fri day morning and asked (hat the action be dismissed. The necessary proced ure was had and the suit was formal ly dismissed. Ray stated that he had obtained what he wanted and did not care to press the suit. Ray declared In his suit that he and Sigler had entered into a deal for the sale of a dairy herd and equipment. Be fore the deal was completed, he alleged, he learned that Sigler had misrepre sented the milk production of the herd and the sale of the milk, Sigler, be claimed, took possession of the notes and mortgages and refused to give them up. although he had given no tice that he would . not complete the deal. acres of land ir. which he bought a half Interest in th lease, H. S. Standage yesterday brought suit against C. J Blackburn, asking for a judgment Standaee alleires that Blackburn told '.him that the !i0 acres were planted in cotton and Matthew McMurtrie was tilling the land. On Sept. 22. he says, he delivered in automobile to Black burn at Mesa In payment for the in terest in the lease, from which he wa to realize $1,100. The lease, he says, was dated Febru ary 1, 1920. und was between Black burn and his wife and C. E. Robertso and his wife, as lessees, and Matthew McMurtrie as lessor. Standage charge that Blackburn knew at the time that the lease wasi worthless, that McMur trie was not tilling the land, and that there was no cotton crop growing upon the land. o J0ur moneyback pol icy is as simple as A, B, C. If you want it, you get it! No 'whimpering about it, either! Our trading principle must always match the high standard of our things to wear for men. "Borsalino" hats are so light and soft. Ideal for early Autumn. "Marinette" sweat ers for Ladies. New color combina tions. ' New styles. Highest quality. $20 to $30.' McDougall & Cassou Washington Street. - a i V Vr If Your Clothes Are Dirty I Will Clean Them. If They . Are Faded I Will Dye Them Jones Cleaning Works 225 W. Adams St. Phone 1768 SP ALS TRUSS FITTING A Specialty Private and Satisfac tory Fitting KIMBALL & HULETT N. W. Corner Adams. Phone 4414 ; I Buy Diamonds and ray rtiancst v-asn rricc a lYiack Gardner N. CENTRAL PLUMBING HONEST WOrtK FAIR PRICES 6nd ma your vworU to' qu't and efficient te'vica O. E. BELLAS !0 North F.r.t St. Phon. g37 Sheldon the Jeweler 106 N. First Ave. The Best Equipped Work Shop in Arizona We Repair Swiss and All Foreign Made Watches Uffl MERCK HOLDING C0MEI1 Members of the Arizona Merchants' association will meet in their second annual convention at Xogales, con vening at 10 o'clock this morning in a two day st-ssion. Business matters of local and state wide importance wi". be discussed as the principal phase of the business ses sions. The entertainment program as arranged by th Nogales merchants will keep the delegates and their wives busy during every leisure hour. A pre-convention ceremony was en joyed by scores of delegates yesterday afternoon in the form of a bull fight on the Mexican side of the internation al boundary line. Other entertainment features planned include a genuine Mexican dinner on the Sonora side automobile rides to points of interest in Mexico, a dance, a smoker and other features. o ROYAL ARCH MASONS Will confer the Royal Arch de gree tonight In the Masonic temph; starting at 1:30 p. m. nd continuing through the evenir.g. Dinner at 6:15. All sojourning companions cordially In vited. L. T. SUTHERLAND, H. P. It o NOTICE OF SALK OF PERSONAL PROPERTY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That in pursuance f an order of the Jus tice Court, West Phoenix Precinct, County of Maricopa, made on the 8th day of October, 1920, In the Matter of Estraya, No. 1730, the nnderslgned Con stable of West Phoenix Precinct Mari copa County, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, on the 23rd Jay tf October, 1920, at 1 o'clock p.m.. lit the ranch of B. S. Nunn. known as the Brodway Kanch, one-nair mue west of Certral Avenue South of Phoe nix, on the Broadway Road, Maricopa County. Arizona, the following personal property: One black mare mule, weight 1000 pounds, brtinded O. K. on left hip; over 10 years old. One sorrel horse, bo brands, slightly swaybark, weight about 900 pounds, about 13 hands, good condition, over 10 years old. One black horse, branded beer mug on left hip; weight about 950 pounds, point of one hip slightly down; over 10 years old. .TERRY SULLIVAN. Constable, West Phoenix Precinct. lOt Maricopa County, Arizona. Free Chiropractic clinic, . 3 o'clock ! today, 327 N. Tenth Ave. Adv.- bg o " NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE Belonging to Philip C. Reett, a Minor, by Lena J. Rees, his guardian, at private sale. Notice is hereby given in pursuance of an order of the Superior Court of Yavapai County, State of Arizona, made on the 17th day of September, A. D. 1920. in the matter of the guar dianship of Philip C. Rees. a minor, the undersigned, guardian of the person and estate of Philip C. Rees. will sell at private sale in one parcel to the hiehest bidder upon the terms and conditions hereinafter mentioned, and subiect to confirmation of said Su perior Court, on the 20th day -of Oc tober. A. D. 1920. at 10 O'clock a. m., of said day. at the office of Clark & Clark. Room 23, Bank of Arizona Building, Prescott. Yavapai County Ariiona. the following described real property, to-wit: An undivided one-fourth Pith) in terest in Lots four (4) and six (6) in Segars Addition to the City of Phoe nix, Maricopa County, Arizona. Terms and conditions: Csh, In lawful money of the Unite! States of America, to be paid at the time of sale, subject to confirmation by said Superior Court. All bids and offers mutt be in writ ing and sealed, and may be left .t Room 23. Bank of Arizona Bui!din:f. Prescott, Yavapai County. Arizona. LENA J. REES, Guardian of the person and estate of Philip C. Ree. a minor. Dated at Prescott, Arizona, October s. 1920. Sugar Sugar Pure Can Sugar, AQ 5 lbs. for 7C With $6.00 Order Jam, per jar, itT QCn Extra Fancy Potatoea, (none better) 10 lbs. 39 C Peanut Butter, QP J-lb. can 7JC Ture Mesquite Honey, OF. Quart for UtJV Fancy Pink Beans, QQ 10 lbs 70ly HeSe Milk, Qf 12 Cans OU Breakfast Bacon, QQf per lb OOC Fancy Japan Rice, 50 C Star' Flour. Q1 f7r 24-lb. sack tpXel O P. & O. 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