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KGK six THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1920 I 1 4 SPECIALISTS tnte Cimin(inii C" i . - j t a nq Fitting of Correct Glasses Northrup Optical Co. 9 EAST ADAMS STREET Pr.on CDO for Appointment Trad ESI rl'S? 1 COUNCILS 1 lL IS.AMT&T'Y WtirMl 1 36 EastVV ashington bL Forecast. Arizona: Thursday mid Friday fair; warmer Tlujrs.lny, t-xecpt in extreme southeast portion. Colorado: Thursday and Friday fair; little change In tcmpf rature. Nw Mexico: Thursday and Friday fsir; warmer north portion Thursday. WEATHER REPORT local'Bnels TO 3 Station 3 O n P to J- 13" O a o " P r o 0 MUNSON OPTICAL CO. 8 E. Washington Street PHOENIX, ARIZONA Boston eo 5S Buffalo 44 48 Chicago 46 48 Denver 60 66 Flagstaff . . .3 r2 Fresno 68 72 C-alveston 62 64 Kansas City 68 62 Los Angeles 68 78 Minneapolis 46 50 Needles 68 74 New Orleans ....62 64 New York 4 8 68 Oklahoma 66 66 PHOENIX 68 78 Pittsburg 42 42 Portland. Ore. ...48 60 St. Ixnils 54 66 Salt I-ike City ...42 46 Kan Diego 64 74 San Francisco ...66 68 Spokane 46 60 Tucson 72 80 Washington 46 64 Winnipeg 44 44 Yuma 72 76 Clear Cloudy Cloudy Clear Ctear Clear Clear Clear Clear Cloud y Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Cloudy Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Cloudy Clear .00 .00 ."0 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 yftO .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .oo .00 .00 .00 .00 .01 .00 WAR FILM BEING SHOWN To day, beginning at 11 a. m., the war film. "American Catholics in War and reconstruction," will be shown at the Hip theater under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus. The picture will continue until 11 p. m. There will be no admission charge and the general public is invited to see the picture. FAIR TICKETS ON SALE Re served seat tickets for the Arizona state fair will go on sale today at the Central Pharmacy at 10 o'clock. All grand stand reserved seats will be $1, and should be called for early in the ay, since there will be a great demand for them. MESA TO HAVE BATTERY Bat tery B, First regiment. Arizona neiu artillery. National Guard, which is be ne oreanized in Mesa, will shortly ue ready for federal inspection, according to Capt E. S. Linton. National Guard numoer Local Weather Yesterday. 61m. Noon 6 p. m 68 ; Phoenix Seed and Feed Company Wnelal and Retail 12S East Jefferson St. 56 47 Haas, Barcch & Co, Inc. GROCERS WHOLESALE ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPLY CO. The Only EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE ' Hardware. Hum in th State Thomas in police court on a charge of operating -a "for hire" car in the city without a permit from the traffic department, and was fined $15. Jimmy Langston pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly and was given a fine of $5 or five days in jail. He went to jail. J. T. Hayward pleaded guilty to a charge of vagrancy and will be the guest of the city for the next 10 days. PLEADS NOT GUILTY Miguel Saldevar yesterday pleaded not guilty v.rnra TTnited States Commissioner Henke when arraigned on a charge of Intent to defraud the United States government. He was committed to the county jail when he failed to furnish a bond of $1,500 for his appearance at a preliminary hearing next Friday aft ernoon at 2 o'clock. Saldevar is al leged to have taken a Jl jbill and raised it to a $10 bill. CHARGE DISMISSED On motion of Herman Lewkowitz. assistant county attorney, with the consent of the complaining witness, a charge of embezzlement was dismissed yesterday s gainst Paul Ting, a Chinaman, by Justice Charles DeSale wneeier. Ting was charged by Sun Wah with units are beins formed at a of places throughout the state, says U9ing $550 for his own use which Wah the captain, who leaves today for W n- alleged had been entrusted to him. Constable Ice and Fuel Company Phone 1555 WOOD AND COAL Guaranteed TITLES Phoenix Title &. Trust Co. I Buy Diamonds and Pay Highest Cash Price lYIack Gardner 45 N. CENTRAL Temp, dry bulb 41 74 Temp., wet bilb 40 64 Humidity, per cent, ..91 24 Wind from SW K NW Wind, miles 3 5 Rainfall ... 0 0 Weather Cyear Clear Clear Highest yesterday Lowest resterdav 40 Total rainfall k 00 Deficiency In temperature yesterday 3 degrees Deficiency in temperature since the first of the month 17 degrees. Accumulated deficiency In temper ature since January 1, 110 degrees Normal precipitation January 1 to date .40 Inches. Actual precipitation January 1 to date 6.40 Inches. Actual precipitation January 1 to date 6.21 inches. Deficiency since January 1 . 8.1 Inches. o Cup-shaped oil reservoirs in the end of each leaf afford continuous lubrica j tlon to a new automobile spring. o Two army trucks surrounded by a large guard of troops passed through the. streets of Portland, Ore, and the general belief was that gold was being shipped to Japan. Itturned out that the trucks contained 2,000 quarts of whisky for military hospitals in Cali fornia. o In the Tower of Liondon is kept the golden ampulla, or anointing cup, made I for the coronation of Charles II. o Sixty-one per cent of the present stand of taw timber lies west of the Great Plains. - . o FINE CHANCE FOR A "SPORTY BOY" LONDON From London Times: "Sporty boy wanted. Age 18-23. Shjld be pal to two robust boys age 7 and 6. Father, benevolent autocrat; mother, fat and good tempered; good wages trough and wash; 1870 claret some- times.' - liams to organize Troop C, First regi ment, Arizona cavalry. GOING TO CONFERENCE Adjt. Gen. Walter S. Ingalls left last een- ng for San Antonio, where he will at tend a conference of adjutant, generals of the Eighth corps area. HERE FOR HEARING A number of prominent officials of both com panies are here from New York to at tend the hearing before tne corpora tion commission Friday morning on the mereer of the Central Arizona Light and Power company ana the Pacific Cas and Electric company. An amended application modifying the original application of the companies was filed with the commission yesterday. CAPITOL P.-T. A. MEETING The regular monthly meeting of the Capi tni Parent-Teachers association will be held Friday afternoon at Z o ciocn in the kindergarten of Vhe capitoi school. All parents are inviteu to attend. TWO ASK DIVORCES Two suits for decrees of divorce were filed yes terday in the superior court. A com plaint filed by Angelica A. Coleman for a divorce from Morris J. toieman charges that he deserted her in iud. Dona Endecott in a complaint ior a divorce from William Crist Endecott charges cruelty and alleges that on several occasions her husband choked Coming Events Thursday, Nov 11 Concert by Joseph Lhevinne, Russian pianist, at nign school auditorium, under auspices of Musical Events club. o - lecture course THESE WILL MARRY Licenses to marry were issued yesterday to Samuel D. Pleasant, 24. and Mary Christian, 18, both of Phoenix; John Ryan. 57, and Ilene Hickman, 31, both of Phoenix; Pablo Barada. 29. and Antonio Flredo, 19. both of Chandler; and Ramon Chacon. 24. and Manuela Cobos. 23. both of Phoenix. IRON CAUSES FIRE ALARM An overheated electric iron sitting on an Ironing board caused the fire depart ment to be called to the home of Fred Holmqulst, 365 North First avenue, yesterday afternoon about 2:30 o'clock The fire was put out with a bucket of water. A hole In the Ironing board was the only damage caused by the fire. RECEPTION FOR PASTOR Rev. Robert E. Elmore, pastor of the Central Christian church, will be given a re ception at the church at 8 o'clock this evening when members of the congre gation and their friends will have the opportunity to become acquainted with the new minister and his wife. In the short time Mr. Elmore has been here from Cincinnati he has made a splen did impression on the members of the church, who will be delighted to formally welcome him at tonight's affair. MAY GET REPRIEVE Pedro Do mingues .self confessed murderer, who was sentenced to hang on Friday, -will be granted a week's reprieve if Gov. and kicked her. She Bays they were I xnomas Campbell acts favorably married at Weiser, Idaho, in June, 1910, on the recommendation made yester- Tickets for the "HI-Y" now on sale. Adv. "cut iTFuni PaW, BUT THEY CAUGHT HIM ftNYWAY "Cut it out. cut it out" screamed a large, green, yellow-headed parrot in the city hall plaza yesterday afternoon when a stream of cold water from the nozzle of a fire hose unseated him from his perch in the top of a tall ash tree. He fluttered to the ground, wet and raging, and was captured by the mem bers of the Phoenix fire department They carried him upstairs in the fire house, where a warm fire soon dried his feathers and cooled his anger. About 5:30 o'clock one of the firemen saw the parrot fly to a tree near the fire house and at once the fireman began to lay plans for the capture of the bird. One of the firemen climbed the tree, but the parrot was wise and edged farther out on the limb. He re fused to come in on the limb and the fireman refused to go farther out and the effort to lay hands on the parrot ended in a draw. Then some one offered the suggestion of chasing the bird out tf the tree with a stream, of water. A line of hose was laid and a small stream of water played on the bird. With his feathers well soaked the parrot was unable to fly and fell to the ground. A few minutes after the parrot, was captured, a woman came to the fire house and claimed the parrot. She said it had escaped early yes terday morning from a cage in her yard at 11 South Central avenue. The bird, she said, was brought from Cuba about three weeks ago and "cut it out was the only speech it could make. One of the firemen said he thought the parrot was displeased with the Re publican landslide in this country and was going back to Cuba when cap- lurea. PHONE 1387 Built right! Rogers Peet Clothes. Absolutely all wool and fast color. and asks for the custody of their child. W. C. T. U. MEETING The W. C. T. U. will hold its regular meeting this afternoon at its headquarters, 1601 West Monroe street. The meeting will be at 2:30 o'clock. PARISH .TEA The. Trinity Guild williRive a parish tea at the parish home from 2 to 5 o'clock Friday aft ernoon. ' COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN Th Council of Jewish Women will meet at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the Woman's Club building. All members and friends are asked to attend. DIES ON COAST Mrs. B. A. Shultz of this city died yesterday morning at Venice. Cal., where she had been spending the summer, according to word received yesterday. O. E. S. AUXILIARY The O. K. S. auxiliary will hold its regular monthly meeting at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the Masonic hall. Visiting members are invited to attend. BLUE TRIANGLE ENTERTAIN- Knox Hats in all the new styles and colors for Autumn. Manhattan Shirts in exclusive designs. ' "Scotch Mist" Over coats of finest imported fabrics. McDougall fi.Cassqu Washington Street MONEY IS TIGHT And much harder to obtain than a year ago. In times like the present is when we shine we make your dollar buy more goods than any store in Arizona and deliver them to your door. COFFEE COFFEE 3 lb. Hill's Bros. Blue Q- AQ Can Coffee Jl..VtF 1 lb. Hill's Bros. Blue Q7f Can Coffee J I APPLES Red Winter Termain Apples, ber box The- finest eating and cooking apple grown in California. Picnic Hams, per lb."... Eastern Salt Pork, per lb, Sugar Cured Bacon Squares, per lb. Fancy Sweet Sugar Peas, per can .... Sweet Peas, per case Illinois Sugar Corn. "I A nor- enn .A- Illinois Sugar Corn, per case 10 Bars Lennox Laundry FjQ S2.20 .33c 28c 35c ... 16c $3.60 S2.90 PEANUT BUTTER day by the board of pardons and pa roles. Dominguez killed Antonio Mencheea at a mine in Clifton where both men were employed. He was ar rested and pleaded guilty, and the death penalty was imnosed bv the superior court of Greenlee county. Three applications were received by the board of pardons and paroles it is un derstood and in order to investigate the case, the board has recommended a week's stay of execution. The members present at yesterday's meeting included Curt AV. Miller, chairman: Wiley E. Jones, attorney general, and C. O. Case, state superintendent of public instruction. MISSIONARY MEETING The womans Missionary society of the Central Christian church will meet at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the missionary room of the church. ELOPE AND WED Stealing a march on their friends. Ernest Binerin- heimer and Miss Babe Williams, former employees of the Donofrio confection ery, eloped to Los Angeles last Satur- MENT The Blue Triangle club of the jday afternoon and were married. Word high school will give an entertainment; j of the marriage was received by wir e at the school auditorium riaay nigni, i Monday afternoon by the bride's the proceeds to go toward financing the mother. The couple will reside in Los C1UO wors ior xne year ana senuuis Angeles, according to the message delegates to. the girls' camp next FUNERAL OF MARINE Ex- Bpring. The program includes two marines are urged to attend the funeral plays, "Mrs. Oakleys leiepnone ana of Private Coor. who will be buried Six cups oi cnocoiate, ana a series at uienaale probably next Sundav aft of "stunts" and musical numbers. ernoon. While final arrangements have TWO FUl-lfc. UUUKi u. tsounas , , "MK DESIRE IS Tl . WORK FOR GREATER UM"-C1H CRIPPLED FEET Appliances and fittings satisfac tory Free examination. KIMBALL & HULETT N. W. Cor. 1st St. and Adams 3 lb. Can Peanut Butter Bulk PeaDut Butte, per lb. 85c 25c MINCE MEAT PLUMBING HONEST WORK FAIR PRICES Bend me your work for quick and efficient service l O. E. BELLAS 810 Ncrth First St.i Phone E87S yesterday was found guilty by Judge! o Secure your tickets for the "HI-Y" lecture course from any high school or eighth grade student. Adv. ! LOANS EASY i TO GET t n sums wo to $300 at lawful rataa, an your furniture, piano, automa livestock. Implements, ete. Repay In email monthly payments H desired. Ample funds. Juat and courteous treatment. Strictly cow fidential. PEOPLE'S LOAN AND INVEST MENT COMPANY Phone 1338. E3 East Washington Arizona Iron Works, Inc. P. O. Box 675 Phona 12T1 Three blocka aouth of Stata Cap. Ital between Jackaoa and Harrl- eon Streets. Wa hava an up-to-data Foundry and Machine Shop and apecializa in repairing Mlnin and Cotton Gin machinery. E. C. VOSS. Manager. OFFICE FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT not been completed, the Marine Corps club has made tentative arrangements and will complete them at the meeting to be held at the recruiting station Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. Any ex-marines having cars available are requested to notify the committee on arrangements at the recruiting station of the Marine Corps. Private Coor is the first marine to be sent home from France to the Salt river valley and it is hoped that the ex-marines will come out in good numbers. J C. F. Weber & Co. 524 West Washington Street Engraved WEDDING INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENT CARDS -tWHTACTuEIXS STATIONERS t17 WEST ADAMS ST. Notice 1-hor.e 2203 for first class alfalfa and .at hay. . o t',.in.i-(i. lodne o. x win HAVE IT DYED AT PHONE 1396 THIRD AVE. AND MADISON ST. ..riz". - tv, 1,1.1 i .,' l their annual vi low's hall on Saturday November 7hl will lo u kmd!' of fancy r.fcs displayed and home cooked Refreshment, will be served fn,u- 'A " commencing at . the luring "J.' Qn,1 rnrds will of the evening. a "o ic?t anil you win noon rour, . ...!-, frAtUfO . ...iii i. rr the ';?.;"rta!n.vl t the fullest invH''"--- ," iu'.V extent. the HIGHWAYS WEATHER BULLETIN Heavy rain and saow in northern counties have made mountain roads Slippery and unsafe. River Crossings. The river is dry and crossing good. for best approach turn south about hal a mile beyond Farmers station at large adobe house on new road. Apache County. Main highway Holbrook via St Jhhns ana topringervllle again in good shape. ioiiowmg recent general storms. Snow un una roau is practically all gone. iiountain and side roads unsafe for auto travel. Cochise County. Some rain; all roads in good condi tion. Coconino County. All roads slippery and unsafe. Gila County. Snow and rain over county has sof tened the roads. Maintenance work going on which will restore the gen erally good condition. Graham County. Graham county roads in fair condi tion. Maricopa County Valley roads dry. Coast roads open Black Canyon poor upper end. Road to Superior good; Apache Trail fair, also road to AJo via Laveen and Gila Bend Mohave County Old Trails highway from Nelson to Hackberry rough, Hackberry to Topocl, fair. General rain over countv today will make all roads muddy lor a short while. Drivers should be careful in crossing washes. Navajo County. Fort Apache road good to Snowflake. Snowflake to Showlow muddy from, snow on Wednesday, the 20th. Showlow to Fort Apache passable. Holbrook to WInslo being dragged; o. k. by Tues day, 26th. Old Trails to St. Johns, good. Pima County. About one fifth of an inch of rain fell at Tucson. Pinal County. Recent rains of slight benefit; roads little better than before. Mountain roads good. Valley roads dry and dusty. Santa Cruz County. All county roads in good traveling condition; no rains or snow up to the present. ROBERT Q. GRANT, -o l believe that action rather than! words should express my heartfelt ap preciation for the overwhelming vote of confidence accorded me by the peo ple or tni3 state," was the statement of Ralph H. Cameron, senator-elect, in an interview last night. "During ten weeks of strenuous campaigning around the state, both before and after the pri mary election, I have familiarized my self with the problems and conditions of practically every district and com munity of Arizona. I have become more than ever impressed with the wonderful resources offered us here. Throughout the campaign I've pledged myself to work for the development of these resources to work for the build ing up of a greater Arizona. Depend upon it, my pledge will not be forgotten t after I take my seat in the senate. Ari zona will be very near and dear to me while I am in Washington. My one wish is to help the baby state grow to be the giant of the family.". In answer to a query from the New York World regarding his attitude on the league of nations, Mr. Cameron re plied by wire last night: New York World, New York City. I am In favor of an association of all nations looking toward and making sure the permanent peace of the world so long as the integrity of America is thoroughly safeguarded. I am abso lutely against the Wilson league of na tions in its present form. RALPH H. CAMERON. More than 100 telegrams of congrat ulation were received by the senator- elect from all parts of the United States yesterday. President-elect Hard ing was most hearty in his congratula tions. From Senator Milea Poindet- ter came the word, "Greatly gratified your success, ana similar messages arrivea throughout the day. o Indians, Music, Punch, and a Big Time at JOHN HYDER'S Friday Night f N 4 t .1 We overhaul and repair automobiles, tractors, gas, oil and steam en gines, pumps, compress, etc. HANSON AND ICARLSON 737 Grand Ave. Phone 1360 ir.Li.r;i.!i! Cadrnan. empower, is one i on the -m-i .1 ir.crican ..even numbers r're course. Adv. 507- SOUTH 'SS'ilM The United States has paid the Chi cago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad $30,000,000 for the "rent" of its prop erties during the time the railroads were under the control of the govern ment during the war. o A French automobile builder had designed en airplane that can be used either as a monoplane or biplane. O : TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR RENT Furnished house, 3 rooms and big screen porch, gas, light, water. "IS X. Twelfth St. It BACK TO 1T0IE" BIG HIT AT ELKS The Ed Redmond stock company last night appeared for the second time this season at the Elks theater, presenting "Back to Nature," a comedy-drama in two acts that was enthusiastically re ceived. Miss Bobbie Dean, a favorite mem ber of the stock company, was the lead ing woman in last night's production, and J. Allard played opposite her. Miss Ida May Colze, a Phoenix girl who Joined the company at the beginnin: of the season, also appeared in "Back to Nature" and delighted the audience with her Clever interpretation of her part. Ed Redmond played the leading comedy part and kept the house in roars of laughter with his interpre tation of the escaped lunatic who la bored under the delusion that he was Napoleon. The plot or "Back to Nature is a clever one in which a young man at tempts to teach a young lady the er ror of her ways regarding her constant habit of falling in love. And the young man himself is taught a lesson. The songs and music are unusually catchy, a special feature cf last nights per formance being the appearance of Miss Irene Noblett in several songs. "Back to Nature" will be given every night this week, with matinees today Saturday and Sunday. o HAS ONLY ONE "HONORABLE" EVANSVILLE, Ind. There's only one "honorable" man in the whole city, if the new city directory can be be lieved. The directory lists Mayor Besse as "honorable" and no one else. o In some parts of the world rodent- eating snakes are protected by law., o This year's "HI-Y" lecture course is composed of seven extra high-grade numbers. Adv. Finest Mince Meat in bulk, per lb. Give the Folks a treat Make them some Mince I-les. Barrel Ginger, L'emon or Vanilla Snaps Large Can Sauer Kraut 2 Large Cans Pumpkins Gallon Pumpkin, per can 6 Gallons Pumpkin 35c at ice 38c ...17c ..35c 50c $2.75 JOHN HYDER Sometimes I take it In my head to have a big time all of my own Rome neoDle nowadays call them "parties." This time I want my friends to all join in the event. My party is going to be in tbe shape of 3. Fashion Show and entertain ment Friday evening. Real, honest-to-goodness Yaqui Indians witri their semi-oneniai music will entertain my friends with a unique, amusing program. They will dance the dances of their ancestors which have been passed down from generation to genera tion. They will chant their weira, savage songs believe me, friends, it will be a treat f the rarest vari ety. These Indians tlo not put on free shows every day. It was with great difficulty that I procured the services of these savages and I would hate to think that any of my regular customers and friends would miss it. Besides the savage Indians there are other things of interest to you. The pretty girls who serve the public so . efficiently at the Chocolate Shop will be at the Fashion Show to put some "punch" into the affair. There are two kinds of punch punch and Choco late Shop punch. If you haven't appreciated the difference come Friday evening and decide for your self. Also, carnations will be given to the ladies and fine souvenirs to the gentlemen. This is a real, fine, classy little Fashion Show and you will enjoy every minute of the time spent in my store between 7:20 and 10 on Friday evening. You won't be expected to buy a thing. The entertainment is for you. All I want is for my friends and cus tomers to attend and enjoy them selves. There i3 time for business and time for play Friday evening, Hyder and his friends play. A con tlnuous round of entertainment and pleasure with me on the entertain ment committee and the people of Phoenix as my guests. I am look ing for a big crowd and am mak ing preparations accordingly. JOHN HYDER. PASTE GOODS 5 Packages Macaroni, Spaghetti. Vermicilli or Noodles OOKs You can assort them if you like. Woodeh Box QTi Crackers 7lV Oleomargarine, QPr per lb. ................. OeJ EGGS EGGS California Eggs. per dozen .............. t7v SPUDS SPUDS 25 lb. Fancy Calif orala Potatoes OOV 100 lbs. Fancy Call- Q-j rfT fornia Potatoes V-L"t' 100 lb. Fancy Call- QO "I Jtv fornia Potatoes tpOeXtf 8 lbs. Brown Skin OKf Onions UC 13 lbs. California Pink Af Beans pl-vlU We deliver orders of $1.00 or over to all parts of Phoenix, t. Marvin Smith Grocery Co. Sanitary Grocery & Market 46 North First Ave. Sea Foam, 3 for Large Cans Tomatoes, 2 for .. Borax Naptha Soap, 5 for Jonathan Apples, per lb Grape Fruit, 8 for , Pot Roast, per lb Hamburger Steak, per lb.' 25c 25c 25c 10c 25c 20c 20c TAKEN UP Two mares, small, one branded H on Jaw and W on hip; other brand Z on each hip; 44 Lexington avenue. 12-k HOWARD'S GARAGE MOVED TO THE OLD CADILLAC GARAGE 407 W. WASHINGTON ST. Fresh kinds. fruits and Meats ) of all Sanitary Grocery & Market 46 North First Ave. IF IT'S JEWELRY WE MAKE IT TO ORDER Geo. De Freitas Manufacturing Jeweler If It's Broken We Repaid It 25 North First Ave., Phoenix ! ? h I I i". It !l it - t 4Pw A.