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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1920
SPECIALISTS tn Xh Cumimtion of Eye and tfie Fittinj ef Correct Glasses Northrop Optical Co. 9 EAST ADAMS STREET Phone C30 for Appointment WATER REPORT Reservoir, elevation. Reservoir, cunUiUfi, aire feet Loss, 2i hours Elevation, year ao 901.3')3 ... 13; . 168.6: 36 East VVashington St. Phone 3089 Contents, year ao aJ,ai Water used, north side 16.480 Water used, south fide 11.780 o WEATHER FORECAST Arizona: Fair Tuesday and Wed nesday; warmer Tuesday. Colorado: Fair Tuesday and Wed nesday; cooler east portion Tuesday. New Mexico: Fair Tuesday and Wednesday; cooler northeast portion Tuesday. o WEATHER REPORT first of the month 16 degrees. Accumulated deficiency in temnera tuve since January 1 109 degrees. Normal precipitation January 1 date 6.46 Inches. Actual nreeinitation January 1 date 6.21 inches. Deficiency since January 1 0.23 inches. Robert Q. Grant. to to s 3" m o Stations O a O o MUNSON OPTICAL CO. 8 E. Washington Street PHOENIX. ARIZONA Phoenix Seed and Feed Company Wholesale ami Retail 123 East Jrffereon St. Boston .... 50 64 Clear .00 Buffalo ..... 46 4& rt. Cidy -00 Chicago 50 54 Rain ..12 Denver 46 50 Clear .00 Flagstaff .... 42 64 Clear .00 Fresno . . . , 58 62 Clear .00 Galveston . . 70 74 Clear .00 Kansas City ... 60 60 Cloudy .04 Los Angeles ... 58 66 rt. Cldy . .00 Minneapolis . . 38 42 Rain .'-'0 Needles 58 68 Clear .00 New Orleans . . 70 78 Clear .00 New York ... 50 54 Clear .00 Oklahoma ... 64 66 Cloudy .00 PHOENIX ... 64 74 Clear .00 Pittsburg .... 50 54 Cloudy .00 Portland. Ore. . . 50 54 Clear .00 St. Louis ... 58 60 Cloudy .04 Salt Lake City 36 46 Snow .01 San Diego '. . . . 60 64 Pt. Cldy .00 San Francisco .. 52 64 Cloudy .00 Spokane 40 42 Cloudy .00 Tucson . . . -. . 70 76 Clear .00 Washington ... 68 62 Cloudy .00 Winnipeg .... 20 34 Cloudy .14 Tuma 66.72 Clear .00 Haas, Banich & Co, Inc. GROCERS WHOLESALE ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPLY CO. The Only EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE Hard war House in the 8 tat noon p.m 63 64 53 42 E 1 00 localBtiefs Coming Events Local Weather Yesterday 6 a.m. Temp., dry bulb 43 Temp., wet bulb 41 Humidity, per cent .... 87 Wind from SB Wind, miles 2 Rainfall 00 Weather clear clear clear Highest yesterday. 75 lowest yesterday . ; 40 Total rainfall 00 Deficiency In temperature yesterday 3 degrees. Deficiency in temperature since the 45 NW 5 00 WATER DEPARTMENT TO CLOSE The city water department will be closed Thursday and Saturday after noon this week. Superintendent Claf lin of the water department calls at tention to the fact water payments are slow this month and that service will be discontinued to delinquents . HELD TO SUPERiOR COURT Ashley Stelzreid yesterday waived a preliminary hearing when arraigned before Justice McKee on a charge of forgery and was held to answer to the superior court. He was committed to the county jail when he failed to fur nish a bond of $1000. The complaint was made by C. H. McKellips, who charges that Stelzreid passed a check for $70 on the J. C. Penney store. The check was made payable to the Penney store and was signed with the name William D. Foreman. A notation on the check read as follows: "Advance on Lester Legacy, W. D. F. Guardian." The check was endorsed on the back with the name of J. C. Lester giving his address as room 100, Stacy hotel. It is alleged that the check was forged. ALLEGED DISTILLER HAS HEAR ING Jose Burruel yesterday pleaded not guilty before United States Com missioner Henke on a charge of violat ing the federal prohibition laws. He was committed to the county jail when he failed to furnish a bond of $750 for his appearance at a preliminary hear ing next Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Burruel is charged with hav ing and operating a distilling apparatus and with making intoxicating liquors, He was arrested in Mesa last Satur day by Constable O. L. Pickens after the latter found the still and some mash. LICENSED TO WED Licenses to marry were issued yesterday to Charles B. Green. 24, and Cleone Marks, 19, both of Glendale; pavid B. Mack. 33 and Lilly Wrightman. 2.-. both of Tuc son: Ernest Binginheimer, 20 ana Gladys Irene Williams, 19, both of Phoenix; Felix Garcia, 45, and Antonia Montania, 19, both of Phoenix; and Howard Gilbert, 33, of Phoenix, and Pearl Johnson, 23, of Houston. Tex. ALLEGES WIFE LEFT HIM De claring that his wife deserted him. tak ing their two children with her, Wil liam E. Hassen yesterday brought suit for a decree of divorce from Anna Ix Tuesday. Nov. 9 Kiwanis club luncheon at Y. M. C. A. Tuesday, Nov. 9 Third annual con ference Home Economics Teachers. Wednesday, Nov. 9 Third annual conference Home Economics Teachers. Wednesday, Nov 9 Benefit dance by Harmony club at Women's club 8:30 '"Thursday, Nov. 10 Luncheon by Business and Professional Woman' eluh at V M. C. A. Friday, Nov. 12 Rotary club lunch eon at Y. M. C. A. , Thursday, Nov 11 Concert by Joseph Lhevinne, Russian pianist, at nign school auditorium, under auspices of Musical Events club. Friday. Nov. 12 Informal dance by Knights of Columbus at Woman's club 8:30 p. m. Constable Ice and Fuel Company Phone 1555 WOOD AND COAL r Guaranteed TITLES PKaenix Title AY Trast Ca. I I Buy Diamonds and Pay Highest Cash Price 1 (Hack Gardner 45 N. CENTRAL PLUMBING i HONEST WORK FAIR PRICES I 6end me your work for quick and efficient service O. E. BELLAS 10 North First St.r Phone S875 Phoenix Original Cash and Carry Grocery ir air Week Sp IT ecmls It is inviting to the eye its crisp, golden crust glistens with goodness, its velvety, creamy interior appeals irresistibly to the palate that's i il iLsliV"! m u ii At Wetzler's Basketeria Creamery Butter ... . . ... . 60c Crystal White Soap, J Per cake OL (Limit 5 Bars) Wesson Salad Oil, Quarts Swansdown Cake Flour ............ ... 57c ... 47c Sunklst Marmalade, t Ctn Medium Size Jars XUL Schilling's Coffee 43c Upton's Tea, 'JSC LOANS EASY TO GET sums up to $300 at lawful rate, an your furniture, piano, autome bile, livestock. Implements, ate. Repay in email monthly payments If desired. Ample funds. Just and courteous treatment. Strictly cn f idential. PEOPLE'S LOAN AND INVEST MENT COMPANY Phone 1336. 3 East Washington For Quick Lunches This Week Canned meats and canned fish all kinds of cheese crackers pickles olives fruits nuts vegetables all of Heinze's delicacies Arizona oranges and Arizona grape fruit. Jones' Sausage just arrived. Wetzler's Basketeria 127 N. First Ave. Hassen. He alleges that since their separation he has supported the chil dren and says he will continue to do so. According to the complaint, they were married at Canon City, Colo, June 12, 1912. DIVORCE DECREES GRANTED Two decrees of divorce were granted yesterday by Judge Lyman as follows: Erna L. Rogers from Myron L. Rog ers on charges of desertion; and Alvina Quilter from John T. Quilter on charges of desertion. FILE LETTERS OF ADMINISTRA TION Petition for letters of adminis tration were filed yesterday in the es tate of Raima H. McArthur who died in Phoenix, September 13, 1919, by Charles H. McArthur, the husband. The estates consists of real property to which the petitioner gives the value of $2000. The petition will be heard on Monday afternoon, November 22, at 1:30 o'clock. COMMITTED TO JAIL Jesus Ro- cha yesterday was arraigned before Justice McKee on a charge of having committed a statutory offense and was committed to the county jail when he failed to furnish a bond of $1000. The preliminary hearing will be held next Monday ofternoon at 2 o'cloc. The complaint was made by Felicitaa Her nandez. SCHOOL BONDS SOLD The bonds of the Washington school. District No. 6, were sold yesterday by the board of supervisors to McArthur Brothers company of Chicago. The issue is for $o0,000 and were sold at par plus ac crued Interest to date. The bonds are for improvements at the .school and were voted on last summer. ADMIT SIX TO STATE SCHOOL The state board of education at its meeting yesterday granted the appli cation of six pupils for admission to the state school for the deaf and dumb. Routine matters thai came before the board were postponed until later in the week, after being given consideration. Present at the meeting were Gov, Thomas E. Campbell, C. O. Case, state superintendent of public Instruction; Dr. A. J. Matthews, principal of the Tempe normal school; Dr. McMillan. principal of the Northern' Arizona normal school, and C. F. Philbrooks, superintendent of the Bisbee schools. RETURNS FROM DENMARK Mrs. J. II. Eames has returned to Phoenix after a several months' absence In Denmark. On her return to this coun try she ppent a week at her former home in New York, arriving in Phoe nix on Saturday. Yesterday she re sumed her work in the office of Col. James H. McOlintock, state historian. SOCIAL SERVICE WORKER HERE Mrs. Iaura Ackroyd, a eocial service worker of Douglas, is in Phoenix for the fair. BACK FROM CONFERENCE Ad lutant General Walter S. Ingalls re turned yesterday from San Antonio, where he attended a conference of ad jutant generals of the states compris ing the Kiehth corns area. DISCUSS WOMfcNS KKUKtrliT RIGHTS. .Inaugurating its session with a discussion of the laws relating to women and children with particular attention to the statutes devoted 10 property rights, the civics education onarimont of the Woman's club held - r . . . ji . an Interesting meeting yesternay. Ralph H. Cameron, wife of United States Senator-elect Cameron, chair man of the department, presided and the discussion was led ny Mrs. j. xj. i. student of civics: Mrs. r- w untsford srave a brief talk on the v,r Kast relief. The department voted $25 for Americanization work. nrnin-sm was TO HOWCd Py UO' jilt l ' - ial?iil oir!a 1 timlr PLAYGROUND AT FAIR POPU LAR The. Arizona congress of moth the state fair had invih n time yriuj. j UAl I I' jvj - . The further you look the more convinced you become of the fine quality of Rogers Peet Clothes. Exclusive fabrics. Absolutely all wool and fast color. There's long and sat isfactory shoe mileage in Edwin Clapp shoes. Finest quality stock and made by expert shoe makers. the best known, the best liked, the most economi cal Bread in the world. The Bread made of the finest materials produced, the dainty white wax paper wrapper means cleanli A B Everything in men's wear. "Hartmann" Ward robe Trunks. Traveling Bags. letter Cannot Be B read ade M McDougall & Cassou Washington Street ALSO Rye' Bread, Whole Wheat Bread, French Bread, Bran Bread, Graham Bread, Boston Brown Bread,, Cracked Wheat Bread, Poppy Seed Bread, Raisin Bread. Pumpernickel. CRIPPLED FEET Appliances and fittings satisfac tory Free examination. KIMBALL &. HULETT N. W. Cor. 1st St. and Adams the mothers of the children are invited to take luncheon with them at 3 o'clock tnjis afternoon. The hours on the playground are from 10 a. ni. to 6 p. m. It has been thought best that the chil dren should be given warm meals at noon. COMES FROM CLIFTON Mrs. U A. W. Burtch of Clifton arrived yes terday for the fair. She yill be joined in the week by Dr. Burtch. POWER RATE HEARING IS HELD The application of the Ray Electric and Telephone company to establish a Bakery Since Eighteen Eighty-One motor car and will travel overland the entire distance to Phoenix. Mrs. kusi ia a sister of Congressman Henry Z. Qsborne of Los Angeles. -,. HOSPITAL HAS BUOin i rir -The Arizona Deaconess hospital. which is now being erected at lentn street and McDowell road, has opened a booth at the state fair. Dr. S. J. Rorers. suDerintendent of the nos- 2&-cent kilowatt hour rate to the Gilalpital, and his assistant, Miss Runysn, copper ftuipniae Mine company came i recently arrived irom joieao, wmu, up for hearing before the corporation I are in charge of the booth, which ia lo- commlssion yesterday, George D. Mor- I cated under the grandstand. They li i mil hi mm ff '-waaeeu aa Arizona Iron Works, Inc. r. O. Eox 675 Phone 1J71 Three blocks eouth of State Cap ital between Jackaon' and Haxrl eon Streets. We have an up-to-date Foundry and Machine Shop and specialize In repairing Mining and Cotton Gla machinery. E. C. VOS3, Manager. IF IT'S JEWELRY WE MAKE IT TO ORDER Geo. De Freitas Manufacturing Jeweler If It's Broken We Repair It 5 North First Ave., Phoenix Engraved WEDDING INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENT CARDS KA! CJF AETLiRiNS STATIONERS 17 WEST ADAMS ST. FREE DENTAL WORK number. of adult persons can be ven free dental pervice at the Dor ijS Third avenue and Jefferson y.uf t. on November 9, 10 and 11. The , ii i - opens "t S a. m. T.vn: BOARD DKNTAL KXAM- i.i:ns. , Q Notice I l one ":93 for first class alfalfa and Visitors to the Fair should make their selections of seeds and bulbs from our large and exclusive stocks while in Phoenix. Much more convenient and satisfactory to make selections personally, and we will ship them for you, whenever you desire, to your home address. Cut Flowers and Floral Designs Our floral department is in charge of an expert florist, who will gladly give advice on the proper floral decorations for any and all occasions. iizona F. C. McNabb eed am 28-30 South Central Avenue Phone 1389 rls, superintendent of the mine, pro testing against the proposed rate. The first hearing in tho matter was held October 19. no one appearing to pro test against the rate. Mr. Morris later asked for a rehearing, which was held but not decided yesterday, the commis sion asking the electric company to furnish additional information. The mine formerly procured its power from the Ray Consolidated Copper company through the American Smelting and Refining company. The cost of. this power was furnished to the commis sion under oath, but was not made public. RETURNS FROM OAKLAND Mrs James JI. McCllntock has returned from Oakland, where she pent ,the summer and early autumn months, POSTPONE LUNCHEON In def erence to the American legion services to bo held on Armistice day at the fair grounds, the luncheon announced for noon on Nov. 11 by the Business and Professional Woman's club has been postponed until Nov. 18. TO HOLD SEWING BEE The Madison Woman's club will hold a sewing bee Friday at the home of Mrs Aubrey Smith. At this time plans will be perfected for the annual bazaar which will be held on Dec. 3, committee chairmen making reports. A picnic luncheon will be served. WANT ROOMS ON FARMS Far mers who are In a position to take one or more boarders are invite dto com municate with the chamber of com merce as there are many requests for such service. A Wyoming woman has Just written the chamber of commerce askine for assistance in locating a country place In the Salt River valley. with the stipulation she have the use of a saddle horse, COMMISSION PERMITS TRANS FER The corporation commission yesterday issued an order permitting the transfer of stock and property of the Pacific Gas and Electric company to the Central Arizona Light and Power company. The merger has been contemplated for some time the hearing being held a week ago when the Central Arizona Light and Power company also asked permission to sell its preferred stock in the amount of $100,000 par value which was author ized. The merge rwas deemed neces sary to meet the growing demand for power. PHOENICIANS REACH NEW YORK En route to Phoenix, Ariz where they expect to make their fu ture home, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rust of Batavia, New York, and their three children, Irwin, aged 10 years; Rich ard 8 years and Victor, 6Aears, have reached Syracuse, New York. They left Batavia on September 13 In a Reo o The growth of the U. S. merchant marine means the development of new wealth for the nation. Adv. It hope to meet all friends of the hos pital during the week. o a I BORN I b BORN HALL To Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hall of 617 North Fourth street, on Thurs day. Nov. 4, a baby girl weighing 10 pounds. Mother and daughter aru io- ing fine.. o The TT. S. shipping board acting for the citizens of the LTnlted States, 1? buildinir new trade connectiona for the development of new wealth for the citizens of this country. Adv. ; it o Arizona Lodge No. 2, P. & A. M., will confer Master Mason degree to night at 7:30 p. nZ Visiting brethren cordially invited. It W. S. NORVIEL. W. . o TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY M. 1918 CHEVROLET, model 4-90; new paint, rubber and seat covers; in A-l mechanical condition: $450 cash. 417 E. Van Buren. bl FRONT room for rent; Fair only. 237 W. Monroe. week bs ATTENTION I. O. O. F. The first degree will be conferred In full form Tuesday evening at L O. O. F. hall. Third avenue and Adams street. All Oddfellows In the city in vited. A. IL Hargrave. degree master, r FOR RENT furnished. 740 Three-room apartment, E. Adams St. It SALESMEN WANTED With Ford car, to demonstrate and take orders for high class Ford ac cessory. Salary ana commission, can 608 North Third Street, 10:30 to 12:30 today. It For Sale by Owner Five-room brick house, strictly mod ern: casn iizjU. uaiance reasonable terms. PHONE 1387 And your groceries livered free of charge. are de- ONIONS ONIONS 10 lb. Onions 25c EAT LOTS OF ONIONS They are Some Cheap 6 -Gal. Can Pure White Honey .. $8.95 PUMPKIN PUMPKIN This Is Pumpkin Pie Weather. Gallon Cans Pumpkin Phone 4S14. SANITARY "couch and pad; also sin gle iron cot and pad; best springs, al most new; very reasonable. 631 N. 3rd Ave. It 6-Gallon Cans Pumpkin 2 Large Cans ...50c $2.75 BLUE BELL FLOUR 35c If you like good use Blue Bell. bread flour 48-lb. Flour Sack Blue Bell NOT only the tourists, but regular residents of Phoenix are moving to the Universal Tours Community. Thor oughly modern are these tent houses, equipped for light housekeeping if de sired. Electricity, hot and coia water, shower and tub baths, heat, shade, grass. 18th St., two blocks north of East van Buren. Reasonable rates d day. week or month. Phone 33-S. 11 APARTMENT Vacant today. Cs.ll 13 S N First Ave. bs WANT man who has experience in plumbii; supplies; excellent oppor tunity: out or town, tsox ua, ite- nnhlican. bb WANTED A-l hardware salesman I for Tucson. Ariz. Box 39A, Repub lican, bb We overhaul and repair automobiles, tractors, cas, oil and steam en gines, pumps, compress, etc. HANSON AND ICARLSOM 737 Grand Ave. Phone 1360 '257 1 Ms807- SOUTH -gJBf m 98-lb. Flour 13-lb. for . . Sack Blue Bell Pink Beans Bulk Mince Meat, per pkg. $3.39 $6.75 $1.00 ...35c Large Can Brown - J Beauty Baked Beans ... AriC REGULAR TOBACCO PRICES $1.60 .. $1.60 ..$1.60 14c Camels, per carton, 10 packages Chesterfields, per carton, 10 packages Lucky Strikes, per carton, 10 packages Prince Albert, per can Tuxedo, per can Velvet. per can 1-lb. Cans L'nion Leader Tobacco Brown Mule, per lb 1 Doz. Bull Durham Tobacco 14c 4 14c 80c 75c 96c We deliver orders of $1.00 or over to all parts of Phoenix. MARVIN SMITH Grocery Co.