fHE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1920
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In tha Examination of Eyas and the
Fitting of Corract Glass
Northrup Optical Co.
9 EAST ADAMS STREET
Phona 690 for Appointmant
36 East Washington St.
Arizona: Fair Monday and Tuesday;
warmer Monday. . . .
Colorado: Possibly light snow east,
fair west' portion Monday; Tuesday
fair; Monday warmer.
New Mexico: Possibly light snow
Monday and in east portion Tuesday;
warmer east portion Tuesday.
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MUNSON OPTICAL CO.
8 E. Washington Strast
Phoenix Seed and
WhoUeale and Ratail
120 East Jefferson St.
Haas, Baruch & Co, Inc.
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Kansas City 32
Los Angeles ... 70
Needles ..... 68
New Orleans .... 50
New York 36
Pittsburg . 34
Portland, Ore. ... 46
St. Louis 36
Salt Lake City .. 44
San Diego 68
San "Francisco ....56
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The Rev. R. E. Elmore of the Central
Christian church held special services
last evening- in honor of Christian En
deavor. The outgoing officers of the
Christian Endeavor of the Central
church were, Wright Bartlett, president;
Harold Nesbit, vice president; Irnn
Harrison, treasurer, and Mrs. Rose,
secretary, and they were commended
by the pastor upon the splendid work
accomplished during the past year. The
new officers elected and installed were.
I. C. Daggett, president; Roy Richards.
vice president: Ruth Mitchell, secre
tary, and Pearl Butler, treasurer. The
new officers were given helpful ad
monition and advice Dy the pastor and
the whole evening was devoted to tak
ing up the work that is being accom
plished by Christian Endeavor societies.
The state president, Harold Singer,
was present and participated in the
services. The Young Peoples senior
society of Christian Endeavor of the
Central Christian church has a total
membership of 75 and is a loyal or
ganization of that church.
BE- HELD TONIGHTI
Everybody Invited To Hear
Noted Speakers At Ses
sion of American College
Of Surgeons Here Two
LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
6 a.m. Noon. 6 p.m.
Temp., dry bulb .....44 71 . 66
Temp., wet bulb 42 53 52
Humidity, per cent ..83 26 37
Wind from NE , N W
Wind, miles 5 3 6
Rainfall 0 0 3
Weather Clear Clear Clear
Highest yesterday 76
Lowest yesterday 42
Total rainfall 00
Deficiency in temperature yesterday,
Deficiency Jn temperature since the
first of the month. 26 decrees.
Accumulated deficiency in tempera
ture since January 1, 119 degrees.
Normal precipitation January 1 to
date 6.54 inches.
Actual precipitation January 1 to
date. 6.21 inches. .. '"
Deficiency since January 1. 0.33
ROBERT Q. GRANT.
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In suma up to $300 at lawful rata,
n yaur furniture, piano, automa.
fella, llvastook, Implement eta.
Repay In email monthly paymenta
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aaurteoua treatment. Strictly aan
PEOPLE'S LOAN AND INVEST
Phona 1398. S3 East Waahlngtea
SPENT WEEK HERE John J. At-
water, a broker of Tucson, spent fair
week in Phoenix.
VISITING IN CITY Miss Cleopha
M. Leon, secretary of the PJma county
Republican ceutral committee, and
Orpha Stoller of Tucson have been
visiting friends in this city durinsr fair
week. They returned home via the
MARY BRODIE AUXILIARY The
regular meeting, of the Mary Brodle
Auxiliary, United Spanish War Veter
ans, will -be held at 7:45 o'clock to
night at the Elka hall. A full attend
ance is desired.
IN LOS ANGELES Mr. and Mrs.
Curtis Tobev are in Los Angeles this
week, and will be awav from Phoenix
for some time. Mr. Tobey. however,
expects to return before December to
start construction work on the -residence
of George F. Price in the Story
tract and to arrange for other work to
start in the early spring. Mr. Tobey
reports Los Angeles full of business,
with a great scarcity of housing facili
ties and much building of the better
types of all classes. Every archHect
is working overtime, and one firm re
ported plans for $3,000,000 worth of
schools In its office alone.
CAN GET EXHIBITS The commit
tee in charge of the domestic arts de
partment at the state fair will be at
the domestic arts building this morn
ing from 3 0 to 12 o'clock and-exhibitors
who did not call for their, exhibits
on Saturday may receive them then.
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
TOKIO, Nov. 14. Premier. Hara, ad
dressing 5.000 of his supporters today
said that no question had been more
keenly watched than the anti-Japanese
legislation in California He declared
it would be regrettable if the question
affected the good relations of Japan
and the United States, but that a con
flict was unthinkable.
Intelligent people in both countries
value each others friendship too much
for that, the premier asserted, and the
United States never yet had disre
garded Japan's rights and the inter
ests no matter what questions arose
between the two countries.
Arizona Iron Works. Inc.
P. O. Box 178 Phona 1171
i Threa block aouth of Stat a Cap.
ttal between Jackaon and Harrl
Wa bava aa op-to-date Foundry
and Machine Shop and apeclaliza
In repairing Mining and Cotton Ola
I E. C. VOSS, Manage.
IF IT'S JEWELRY WE MAKE IT
Gao. Da Freitaa
If lta Broken Wa Repair It
25 North First Ave., Phoenix
"There'd be fewer divorces If more
married couples had children," re
marketh a divorce court Judge.
Mathla Adanczyk, father of 24 chil
dren, has been sued in a Chicago court
by the mother of 12 of those chil
dren. She wants a divorce.
The engagement of Viscount Melville
and Miss Margaret Todd, a pretty
lady barber, has been announced in
More men will marry lady barbers if
these barber shop prices continue their
An Evening with the Htarpingtons
Squire Harpington was listening in
as his good wife gave the first over to
the evening newspaper,
"Men." , Mrs. Harpington read, "have
only been wearing hats 6,000 years."
"We have to wear 'em that long,1
interjected the squire, so s we can
buy new hats for women every six
The Forgetful Doc
Simon Towne and Dr. Pillsan Pow
dera get along together about as well
as two strange cats tied by the tails
to the clothes line.
"Doc," chirped Mr. Towne this morn
ing, "I read about Mrs. Ida Zentner
of Milwaukee, who has sued her doctor
for going away after the operation he
had performed on her and forgetting
"Couldn't she have sent them back
to his office without going to the trou
ble of suing him to make him come
for them?" Doc Powders exclaimed:
"Na." reDlied Mr. Towne, "she could
not do that because the doctor had
sewed the forceps up inside her."
Haloful Hint to Mother
Danny Duff was yelling his head off
"I'll tell you what III do," said
Mrs. Duff; "stick your fist into tnat
nan nf water and make a big deep hole
Danny, and when you pull your hand
out von may have as many cookies as
It will take to fill the hole you made
In the water."
LATEST MAKE-UP TRICKS
LONDON Green powder, yellow
rouere. blue eye cream aim a. uivnu
hoautir naak These are some of the
new color schemes in the genue an oi
facial make-up as taught by a beauty
expert who has recently returned from
Paris- to London.
"A beauty specialist must be an
artist as well as a sculptor nowadays."
Rhe says. "She must mold the face to
beautiful contours with strong, gentle
fingers, and she must have aa artist's
eye for harmonizing rouges and pow
ders with skins of different shades and
A green powder is used now to cover
up red veins round the nose. Yellow
rouge is for a dark ekin and blends
with it "so as to give a healthy glow."
A fair young skin takes the blossom
rouge, while for weather-beaten skins
sherry rouge is selected.
French women are using blue cream
at night but black in the daytime for
the region of the eye. And there is the
new beauty mask "for tired business
or professional women" who must go
to a dance or dinner after a day's
work. "She mixes the powder with
the water and puts it on like paste,
lets it harden and then steams it off,
and the Wrinkles and fatigue lines go
ATTENTION. SIR KNIGHTS
Phoenix Commandary No. 3
Knights Templar will confer
the Templar Degree tonight at
W 7:30 in the Masonic Temple.
Will open at 1 o'clock and continue on
through the evening. Dinner at 6:30.
All sojourning Sir Knights cordially in
vited. L. T. Sutherland, E. C. It
Large numbers of fossil sea-shells
recently found on the crest of the
Andes mountains Indicate that the
strata rorming tne mountains were
once submerged below the level of the
For visiting the battlefields of
France, luxurious automobile trailer
hotels have been provided in which six
nersons can live conveniently.
Leave For Dalmatia
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
TRIESTE, Nov. 14. D'Annunzio's
warships have left Flume for an un
known destination, most probably Dal
matia. The insurgent leader Is in open
revolt against the Italo-Jugo-Slav
agreement. He has seized the islands
of Veglia and Arbe, which lie a short
distance from Fiume.
The name "Old Faithful" has been
given to an oil well in Kansas because
the well today is producing just as well
as the day it was brought in, IS months
Twenty tons or apples every one
perfect were distributed to the crowds
on the main downtown streets of Seat
tie during the Apple day parade held
in that city. October 30.
Some of the country's best known
surgeons and instructors in surgery
will meet at the high school auditori
um at 8 o'clock tonight to open a two
day convention of the Clinical Congress
Of the American College of Surgeons.
The session is noteworthy from the
fact that it is the first annual meet
ing of its kind to be held in the Ari
zona section and because of the broad
scope of its program which holds an
interest for the layman as well as the
professional. The public is invited to
Headquarters for the convention are
being maintains at the Hotel Adams
where all fellows and guests are re
quested to register upon their arrival
here. Surgical clinics will be con
ducted at the St. Joseph hospital from
o clock this morning until noon, when
the visitors will be entertained at the
golf course and taken for motor rides
about the valley. I
John G. Bowman, director of the
American College of Surgeons; Dr.
Franklin H. Martin, secretary-general
of the American College of Surgeons;
Dr. Frederic A. Besley, professor of
surgery. Northwestern University med
ical school, and others prominent in"
their profession arrived last night.
These men will speak at similar con
ferences to be held in San Francisco,
Salt Lake City and Denver. '
According to Mr. Bowman, this met
ing in Phoenix is one of a series of
public meetings to be held in every
state in the union" and every prov
ince in Canada for the purpose of pro
moting improvement in the practice of
surgery, to afford the best service
known to the profession and to en
lighten the public alona; the lines of
The meeting tonight will be open
to all and the addresses will be non
technical so that all may clearly un
derstand the facts which will be pre
sented and the valuable advice which
will be offered. All expenses of these
meetings is to be met by the central
office of the college.
The value of these conferences was
well brought out by Mr. Bowen during
the course of an interview last night
when he said.
To Enlighten People
"The time has come when the peo
ple need intelligent medical leader
ship. This meeting in Phoenix is one
of a series of public meetings to tt
held in every state in the union and
every province of Canada. The Amer
ican College of Surgeons, a fellowship
of over 5,000 prominent surgeons in
the United States. Canada and South
America, pledged to improve the prac
tice of surgery, to discourage incom
petent surgery, to afford the best serv
ice known to the science of medicine
for every man. woman and child in
need of surgical treatment, and to en
lighten the public along the lines of
preventive medicine and public.
"If you must undergo a serious sur
gical operation in which, even under
the best of conditions, there is a big
chance that you will not recover, is
mediocre surgery good enough? Is
the best. of surgery too good for you?
Have von a right to the bast? Have
vou a right to be well
"To answer these questions in the
way you want them answered is the
business of the doctors. They are do
lntr more today to answer these ques
tions right than was ever true before
in history. They are getting results
and the process of getting results is
known as hospital standardization.
Tou say that you have a right to
lustice. a right to be free from vio
lence, and so on. You create a court
to protect your right to justice, inert;
is an analogy between the service of
the courts to the public and the serv
ice of the medical profession, which
makes clear what hospital standard
ization is. He seeks out the facts and,
guided in some instances by a jury,
finally makes his decision. The entire
procedure of each case becomes then a
public record. That record is subject
to review by other courts, up to the
Supreme court. The entire process is
designed to establish justice; and the
importance of it here lies in Its pro
visions against error or the miscarriage
Tha Doctor's Duty
"In a similar way the medical pro
fession is in service to the public.
Each doctor is a judge. He, presides
over our right to be well. If he is
worthy of his trust he must be a man
of Integrity, of impartial devotion to
his patient's welfare, and of intelli
gence .The reouisite training or a
doctor today is long and most exact.
But this training is merely the pre
requisite to practice. In practice the
doctor must seek out the facts rele
vant to each case. Upon these facts
rest the diagnosis and treatment. If
Tuesday, Nov. 16 "New City Plan"
program, with music, at Woman's
Tuesday, Nov. 16 Departmental chair
man of Federated Clubs meet at
the home of Mrs. Greig Scott, 3305
North Central avenue .
Tuesday, Nov. 16 Kiwanis club lunch
eon at Y. m. O A.
Wednesday, Nov. 17 "Bundle Day" of
Osborn Woman a club.
Wednesday, Nov. 17 Tennia luncheon
at Country club.
Thursday, Nov. 18 Suburban Day.
Thursday, Nov. 18 Junior Guild lunch-
con at Trinity Pro-Oatnedrai.
Friday Nov.. 19 Luncheon by Rotary
club at Y. M. C. A.
Thursday, Nov. 18 Luncheon at the
Y. M. C. A. by Business and Pro
fessional Women's club.
Thursday, Nov. 18 Parent-Teacher as
sociation meeting at hi9h school fn
Friday. Nov. 19. Celebration of tercen
tenary of tha Pilgrims' landing by
Maricopa chapter. Daughters of th
Saturday, Nov. 20. Harvest dance un
der auspices of the music section
of the Woman's club, at tha club
Saturday, Nov. 20. Bridge tea at the
Country club, with last year s com
mittee as hosts. '
Even when you ap
plaud the style and
pattern, our interest
doesn't stop with the
mere act of selling a
We're just as much
concerned in the wear
as you are.
Money's at the box
office for anybody not
satisfied with the wray
"Rogers Peet," "So
ciety Brand," "Adler
Rochester" and "Mich
aels Stern" suits and
McDougall & Cassou
Washington ' Street
Appliances and fittings satisfac
tory Frea examination.
KIMBALL & HULETT
N. W. Cor. 1st St. and Adams
errors occur either in diagnosis or
treatment they are most difficult to
review or to correct. Surgery, espe
cially, admits of no appeal. Each suc
cess or failure is usually final. In this
matter the law obviously has an ad
vantage. To reduce all errors or all
failures for whatsoever reasons, there
fore, in the practice of medicine and
of surgery to the lowest percentage is
the first business of the medical pro
fession: and through hospital stand
ardization the profession seeks both the
practical means and speed in the re
alization of this aim."
"Backed by the common experience
of practice, doctors today unanimously
agree that if they are to create the
highest service of which the profession
is capable, they must at regular inter
vals review what they have done, what
results they have accomplished, what
mistakes or other failure.s if any, oc
curred, and why. They must know
that the same mistakes do not occur
a second time through avoidable rea
sons. In other words, the doctor's ob
ligation is to grasp in a regular and or
derly way the benefit of his experience
and to apply the ever increasUis wis
dom gained by this process to his work.
Further, the doctor's debt to his pro
fession, to himself, and to society, re
quires that he benefit also by the
clinical experience of his colleagues.
The common experience of his col
leagues in his; and his experience is
theirs. To use common experience
rightly is to use common sense; and as
sense in the practice of medicine mere
is no debate."
The complete program for the two
day's session follows:
Monday, Nov. 15, 9 A. M. 1Z M.
Surgical clinics at St. Joseph's hos
Golf. Auto ride about the valley.
Monday Evening, Nov. 15, 8 P. M.
Public meeting, high, school audi
Address of welcome, Gov. Thomas E.
"The Organization of the American
College of Surgeons," Dr. Franklin H.
Martin, secretary general American
College of Surgeons; former member
advisory commission, council or na
"How the People of Arizona Can
Help the Medical Profession," Dr. Fred
eric A. Besley, professor of surgery.
Vnrii,.o( orn University Medical
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"The Standardization or iospiiai?TOr&iso road t0 via Laveen and Gila
College or surgeons, rormer presiaern. Bend.
HIGHWAY WEATHER BULLETIN
The river at Sacaton is dry and
crossing good. Turn south at large
adobe house about one-half mile east
of Farmer's station.
Main Highway Holbrook via St.
Johns and Springerville again In good
shape. Snow on this road is practically
all. gone. Mountain and Bide roads
unsafe for auto travel.
Light rain over most of county No
vember 5. but no damage done to
Roads drying rapidly. East of Flaer-
staff all roads open: west of Flagstaff,
heavy mud in places but passable
Travel south into Tonto Basin not ad
Snow and rain over county has soft
ened the roads. Maintenance work
going on which will restore the gen
erally good condition.
Graham county roads in good con
Maricopa County ,
i'alley roads dry. Coast roads open
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Superior good; Apache Trail fair
Iowa State university,
Tuesday, Nov. 16, 9 A. M.-12 M. ,
Surgical clinics at St. Joseph's hos
pital. Tuesday Afternoon, 12:30-1:30 P. M.
Tuesday Afternoon, 2 P. M.
Scientific meeting, St. Joseph's hos
pital. - '
"Diagnosis and Treatment of Skull
Fractures," Dr. Frederick A. Besley,
professor of surgery. Northwestern
University Medical school.
"Some Cardinal Points to be Ob
served in Tendon Transplantation," Dr.
It. D. Kenedy, Globe, Arizona.
"Linitls Plastica," with report and
presenattion of case, Dr. E. Payne
Palmer, Phoenix, Arizona.
Annual meeting Arizona section A.
An airplane of which the wing sur
face can be increased or diminished
during the flight and the speed pro
portionately varied has been success
fully demonstrated at Paris and is said
to resemble a bird in flight.
In Japan the police have the power
to grant divorces.
All main roads in fair condition ex
cept Old Trails National Highway
from Crozier to Hackberry. and Oat
man to Tonock. Drivers must be care
rul in crossing washes.
Holbrook - Winslow road dragged
since storm and in fair shaoe north of
railroad, i- ort Apache road bad from
Shumway to Showlow; fcest road
through Linden. St. Johns road rough
Recent rains of slight benefit: roads
little better than before. Mountain
roads good. Valley roads dry and
Santa Crui County '
All county roads in good traveling
condition; no rains or snow up to the
All roads in fair condition.
ROBERT Q. GRANT.
Sea sleds capable of carrying air
planes out in mid-ocean are being de
veloped by a Boston concern.
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Granulated Sugar, - Qp
Per lb. VI,
We will sell you 6 lbs. at the .
above price - with every $8.00
order of other groceries. "
Fresh Bulk Oats, g "I f(
11 lbs. for.. ....... tt'l.UU
Peach Jam, Htf
None Such Mince Meat,
2 pkgs. for .....J
Fancy Dried Apples OFC
per lb. 4Jl
Fancy Dried Prunes,
3 lb. Can
10 lbs. for
Pure Mesqulte Honey,
Fancy Pink Beans, QQ
10 lbs. lor ...i..;.tOt
Picnic Hams, Of
per lb. ...'.... .-. .-'"'
Star Flour. Q1 7ft
24-lb. Sack J3i-i v
Fancy Japan Rice,
8 lbs. for
P & G Naptha Soap.
10 Bars for
Ben Hur Coffee,
l lb. can OU
Good Coffee in bulX
3 lba. for
Fancy dried Raisins, Peaches
Apricots and Prunes.
Sand Ua Your Mail Ordarc
218 W. Washington St.
DON'T BUY A PIG IN A POKE.
Sampling and Surveying and As
say Mapping of Small Mines and
prospects will protect you, we da it
at a moderate cost.
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PHOENIX tt it ARIZONA
Put one in your mouth at bedtime
The much-disputed question of the
carrying of ammunition aboard the
Lnsltanla when it was sunk by a Ger
man submarine- has been revived by
tha statement of Dudley Field Malone,
former collector of the port of New
Tork who checked the ship's cargo on
her last voyage, that there was aboard
4,200 cases of cartridges for England,
or a total of 11 tons of black powder.
.The Lusitania was not armed, Mr. Ma
Hundreds of tons of foodstuffs hav
been dumped into the sea at Havana
due to congestion on the wharves.
"mMo-kyo. a rew J.ipanepe myst!
religion, proflalms tiie appronf-'hing
tr.f. of the world.
The United States is th
largest coal exporter.
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because of our long manu
facturing experience and
because we stand back of
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We Repair Swiss and All Foreign Made Watches
ave It Repaired!
Just because soma littla thing goes wrong with ona of tha many littla
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good reason for throwing it away. Much saving can bo effected by
sending it to a good repair man. "A stitch in tima aaves nine." Thesa
are practical times. Have it repaired.
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HAT MANUFACTURERS AND RENOVATORS
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When building or making repairs demand Johns-Manvllle Flexstone
Asbestos P.oofing. For sale by
PHOENIX ROOFING CO.
T. J. SMITH, Mgr.
823 West Washington Phona 1C74
The largest and best equipped
stock in Arizona. Have part
for any fixture. Skilled men
at your aerviee.
Geo. Hageman Co., Phone 712 2nd St. and Adams
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