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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, 1920
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SPECIALISTS
In the Examination of Eyes and the
Fitting of Correct Glass
Northrup Optical Co.
9 EAST ADAMS STREET
Phone 690 for Appointment
38 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
PHONE 3083
EYESTRAIN
SPECIALISTS
DR. MUNSON
OPTOMETRISTS
MUNSON OPTICAL CO.
8 East Washington St.
WATER REPORT
Reservoir, elevation 197.00
Reservoir, contents, acre feet 936,753
Loss, 24 hours 1,083
Elevation, year ago 203.73
Contents, year ago 1,032,574
Water used, north side 29,920
Water usgil, south side..
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cai'Briefs
Coming Events
WEATHER REPORT
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WEATHER FORECAST
-Arizona: Wednesday and Thursday
generally fair: somewhat warmer.
Colorado: Wednesday and Thursday
cloudy, rising temperature west por
tion. New Mexico: Wednesday and Thurs
day fair; somewhat warmer.
Boston
Buffalo
Chicago .
Denver
Flagstaff
Fresno
Haas, Baruch & Co
Incorporated
GROCERS
WHOLESALE
Galveston
Kansas City
Los Angeles
Minneapolis
Xeedlcs
J ew Orleans .
J! ew York
Oklahoma
PHOENIX
Pittsburg
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ARIZONA HARDWARE
SUPPLY CO.
The Only EXCLUSIVE
WHOLESALE
Hardware House In the Stat
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Portland, Ore ..54
I St. Louis 28
pilt Lake City 34
ISan Diego 58
San Francisco 54
Spokane 44
Tucson . 64
Washington 30
Winnipeg 12
Yuma ... . .62
Constable Ice and
Fuel Company
Phone 1E55
WOOD AND COAL"
f ir"" rawnK r''
I Buy Diamonds and
Pay Highest Cash Price
Mack Gardner
45 N. CENTRAL
PLUMBING
HONEST WORK FAIR PRICES
Send me your wok fer
quick and efficient aervice.
O. E. BELLAS
610 North First St.
Phone 2875
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Local
Weather Yesterday
6 a.m. Noon 6 p m.
Temp., dry bulb
Temp., wet bulb
Humidity, per cent
Wind from
Wind, miles
Rainfall
Weather
Highest yesterday
Lowest yesterday
Total rainfall
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TO INVESTIGATE CHARGES An
investigation into the charges of the
Arizona Gas and Electric company
will be made by the corporation com
mission, the hearing to be held in No
gales on Jan. 21. The investigation
is based on a complaint filed by Leo
nardo Gomez, a hotel keeper.
MAY END BEE OFFICE A bill
will be introduced during the coming
session of the legislature which win
have for its object the doing away
with the office of the state beo inspec
tor and placing the bee inspection
work under the state entomologist
department. The bill which, is beins
drawn un at the present time points
tViot hao inenprtinn work C:m
be carried on in connection with ttie j
inspection work of the agricultural ;
crops and nursery stock, it is neuevea
that this work can be administered u
the state entomologist to better, ad
vantage and at the same time cut
down the number of state officials.
NEWSPAPER MAN IN TOWN
Reed Robinson, a well known news
paper man, lately connected with the
Nogales Herald, arrived in trie city
yesterday morning accompanied by
Frank Gibbs, who has recently been
engaged In special work at Tucson.
FINDS CAR STOLEN F. W. Mc
intosh, formerly with The Republican,
is bewailing a stolen car, an uaKianci,
1920. It was a bold theft in that it
was committed Jn the late daylight
yesterday evening. Mr. Mcintosh had
parked it near the corner of Second
and Adams street, intending to be ab
sent but a short time. In fact, he re
turned in less than an hour and found
himself-afoot.
RAILROAD MUST APPEAR Hav
ing received notice that the Arizona
Eastern Railroad Intended to discon
tinue its agency at Christmas on the
first of the year, the corporation com
mission yesterday ordered the com
pany to appear at Winkleman Jan. 7.
where the hearing will be held. It
further ordered the railroad to con
tinue its activities at that point until
further notice. No notice or Intention
of notice on the part of the railroad
was griren the commission that it con
templated such an action, the word of
the proposed action being received
over the telephone.
bAN otLL STUCK. The corpora
tion commission yesterday authorized
the Esperanza Exploration company
to sell 100,000 shares of stock at 2
cents a share. The company's prop
erty is located in the San Francisco
mining district in Mohave county.
WANT SPUR TRACK Claiming
that the Southern Pacific is discrira
inating in refusing to grant loading
facilities, lettuce shippers of Floy at a
hearing before the corporation com
mission yesterday asked that the rail
road construct a spur track In order
that they need not go five miles to
They
Wednesday, Dec. 29 Dinner and road
bond meeting at Woman's club, 6:30,
Thursday, Dec. 30 Road bond meeting
at Wilson school, 7:30 p. m.
Friday, Dec. 31 Rotary club luncheon,
Y. M. C. A., 12:10.
Friday. Dec. 31 County highway bond
election. ,
Mr.
Deficiency in temperature yesterday,
A I a rr) fl
Deficiency in temperature elnce the Shlp their carloads of lettuce.
first of month. 76 degrees.
Accumulated deficiency in tempera-
turo since Jan. 1. 172 degrees.
vormal orecioltatlon Jan. 1 to date.
7 fil In'Vlos
Actual nrecioitatlon Jan. 1 to date,
C 91 Inrhpn.
Deficiency 6inee Jan. 1, 1.63 inches.
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claimed that the railroad has refused
to listen to their demands, forcing
them to go to Toltec. a distance of five
miles, to ship their garden true
irrci t "R. White and children,
and Mrs. R. L. Perry of Greenville.
Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Waldron of
Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Leon
ard of Chattanooga; Miss Marie Bos
ton and Miss Delia McClelland of Sa
vannah, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mc
CuUough and William McCullough of
Los Angeles; William Lee, Mack Lee,
W. Johnson and Mr. ana Mrs. v.
W. White.
GOES TO COAST A. W. Fisher
kit for Los Angeles last night to pre
sent the matter of the oil field adja
cent to Phoenix to oil operators there.
Mr. Fisher is confident tnat an on
pool exists hero and that it will be
only a question of time until capital
will have been raised with which to
open it up.
IS VISITOR IN CITY Billy Crane,
for nearly 40 years wltn the Elg Four,
with headquarters at Mount Gilead,
Ohio. Is in the city visiting relatives.
his son, George Crane, and wife, and
his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Litzenburg. His son has
been a resident of the city for the last
two years, connected with the Santa
Fe. Mr. Crane is on his way home
from a trip to the coast.
MEETING POSTPONED Due to
illness, the Royal Neighbors Thimble
club meeting has been postponed.
JUNIOR GUILD TO MEET The
Junior Guild will meet at 2:30 o'clock
Thursday afternoon. Tea will be
served by Mesdames Schwartz, Mere
dith. Tucker and Flickinger.
D. A. R. MEETING The Daughters
of the American Revolution will meet
this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Garland B. Couch. Mrs.
Louella Archer will talk on her recent
trip to the City of Mexico. Members
are urged not to forget the baby chest.
Magazines also are desired. Visiting
Daughters are cordially invited to at
tend this meeting.
MOOSE MEETING The Loyal Or
der of Moose will hold an open meet
ing tonight. There will be music, en
tertainment, fun and frolic for every
one present. Members are urged to be
present and bring their families and
friends. Bullhead barbecue will be
served. The meeting win be at Odd
Fellows' hall, Third avenue and Adams
street, at 7:30 o'clock.
BIRTHS OF MONTH 130 One hun
dred and thirty email boys and girls
made their appearance in Phoenix
during the month of November, ac
cording to the births reported to the
office of the state board of health. Of
the number 66 were girls and 64 were
boys.
THESE WILL MARRY License to
marry were Issued yesterday to Pablo
How nice to be able
to inject into our daily
news the idea of saving
a little money!
Men's Winter Suits.
Plenty now $42.50 to
$68.50.
which loses its freshness by the long Gallegos, 44, and Francisco Barra,40,
LOANS EASY
TO GET
In turns up to $300 at lawful rata,
on your furniture, piano, automo
bile, livestock, implements, etc
Repay in small monthly payments
if desired- Ample funds. Just and
courteous treatment. Strictly con
fidential. '
PEOPLE'S LOAN AND
INVESTMENT COMPANY
Phone 1335 23 East Washington
HIGHWAYS WEATHER BULLETIN
River Crossings
Th' river at Sacaton Is dry and
crossing good.
Aoaehe County
riA Taiia niehwav via Springer
..mi. ,nj t Tnhnn and Holbrook 'in
chnnc roads acked hard and
no snow. Tourist traffic practcially
stopped owing to cold weather. Side
roads passable but the mountain roads
unsafe for auto travel.
Cochise county
haul.
GOES TO TUCSON Colonel James
II. McClintock, state historian. . left
last evening for Tucson, where he will
attend the reunion and celebration to
day of the Arizona Pioneers' Historical
society.
TO INVESTIGATE DISEASE Dr
it. J. Hight. state veterinarian, lpft
last evening for Aguila. where he will
investigate an outbreak of disease in
both of Glendale; Thomas A. Smith,
63, and Adella Bryant, 43, both of Po
mona, Cal.; Juan F, Encinos, 31, and
Marcina Peno, 18. both of Kyrene:
Charles L. Jones, 40, of Porterville,
Cal., and Frances Faulkner, 22, of
Rockford, 111.
GETS STIFF FINE C. B. French,
who was arrested several days ago on
a charge of driving an automobile
while in a drunken condition, was
horses of the district. The report was found guilty of the charge in police
received yesterday bv Dr. Ilicht that
there were numerous horse loses for
wnich the owners could not account
and urging him to make an investiga
uon.
tLUB TO GIVE DANCE For the
purpose of reducing the clubhouse
court yesterday and fined $150 with a
OT-day jail sentence. French appealed
nis case.
'All county roads in good condition debt, a delightful dance has been
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fit fa t VrSA-?SM
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Arizona Iron Works, Inc.
P. O. Box 575 Phone 1271
Three blocks south of State Capi
to) between . Jack&on and Harri
son Streets.
We have an up-to-date Foundry
end Machine Shop and specialize
in repairing Mining and Cotton Gin
Machinery.
E. C. VOSS, Manager
IF IT'S JEWELRY WE MAKE IT
TO ORDER
. Geo. De Freitfls
Manufacturing Jeweler
If It's Broken We Ftepair It
25 North First Ave., Phoeniie
HANSON c KARLSON
7S7 GRAND AVE.
Machinists Engineers
Auto and Gas Ensine Mechanics
Welding and Forging'
but dusty in places lor lack of rain.
r.nrnnino County
T.!frv,f foil of snow but all roads
passable.
Gils County
All roads in this county are now in
good condition.
Graham County
roads rough from
Solomonville to Glenbar on account of
repairing.
Greenlee County
in first class condition;
on o.r-fivoiH and well packed: no mud
or slippejry roads any where; all
streams bridged. Best route between
Safford and Clifton is via Duncan.
Maricopa County
Vallev roads dusty; coast roads fair;
Black Canyon rough. Wrlckenburg road
good. Superior - Florence good;
Apache Trail fair. Going to Ajo via
Laveen be careful of drain-ditch cross
ings. Buckeye crossing very good to
Gila Bend.
Mohave county
All main roads in fair condition
except Old Trails National Highway
from Crozier to Hackberry. New con
struction over Oatman-Topock road
makes this impassable. All traffic
is being routed Kingman to Topock
via Yucca. Drivers should be careful
in crossing washes.
Navaia County
n rain for nearly a month so all
rnnrt flrp drv and hard. On Fort
AnarhA roil d. the Linden road is the
Kat from Tavlor to Showlow.
Whiter! ver: . Roads dry and hard,
following heavy rains in October; very
rough south to Rice.
Pinal County
Mesa ' and mountain roads goou.
Valley roads very dusty and chucky;
no rain.
Santa Cruz County
All county roads in good traveling
condition; no rains or enow up to the
present.
Yavapai County
All roads in fair condition.
Yuma County
Work has been commenced on the
road between Quartzsite and Vicks
burg. This is the shortest route to
the Ehrenberg ferry- Ferry service
good. ROBERT Q. GRANT'.
planned by the Madison .Improvement
club for Friday evening. The arrange
ments have been made to provide
pleasure for the many from town and
the district who attend the affair.
One of the features will be a chicken
dinner which will be served at 7
o'clock and also at 11 o'clock at $1 a
Plate.
PAN-HELLENIC CLUB Reser
vations for the luncheon to be held at
tne Kanch house Thursday by the
Pan-Hellenic club should be made be
fore 6 o'clock Wednesday to Mrs. A. J
Maitom, phone 322. The luncheon
starts at 1 o'clock and all active as
well as alumnae members of national
ureek letter sororities are urged to at
tend this meeting. Cards will be
played after luncheon.
en i tK i aim FRIENDS Mr. and
Mrs. W. Wr. W hite entertained Christ
mas cay witn a dinner and tree at
their home. 715 West Taylor street.
occupants or -jne wnite" apartments
Deing me guests. The hostess had ar
ranged a pleasing plan of entertain
uicui. miu an received presents, an
original presentation speech for a gift
to Mrs. White. The following were
present: Mrs. C. J. White, Mr. and
Scotch Mist Over
coats. Revised prices at
$68.50 and $87.50.
Men's Sweaters.
High (jualities at re
vised prices.
"Manhattan" Shirts
30 price reduction.
Ladies' Sweaters
price reduction of 25.
Men's Shoes at $7.75,
$11.25 and $15.00.
McDougall & Cassou
WASHINGTON ST.
heart. A member of the Maccabees
and O. P. M., it was to the degree of
honor that she gave her services, bhe
passed through one office after an
other until she became national presi
dent of her order. She was a brilliant
Bpeaker and had a large circle of
friends everywhere 6he went
She was married to Ira R. Pratt in
Coldwater, Mich., about 1870, and the
couple made their home there until
about ten years ago, when they came
west to be near their only daughter,
Mrs. Maude Pratt Cate of this city.
Mr. Pratt died here about four years
ago.
Butter Nut Bread
Everybody's Food
Bread is the food we find on every
table rich and poor alike. Pity the
man who eats little bread. He tickles
his palate at the expense of stamina
and muscular strength. His resist
ance to disease is weakened by the
rich foods he eats. We sometimes
hear the expression, "The sick rich
man cannot get well." He pays the
price of rich foods and too little
bread.
The most elaborate meal or the
simplest, includes bread. Whaf s so
appetizing for the dainty luncheon as
those wedges of sandwiches? What
else can take the place of bread in the
dinner pail? What for breakfast can
equal the zest of well-crisped toast?j
Butter Nut Bread
14-Oimce Loaf . 10c
21 -Ounce Loaf . . 15c
Your Grocer handles Butter-Nut
Bread. Ask for it and make sure that
you get it
PHOENIX
AKERY
Established Eighteen Eighty-One
Maternity Cottage. Phone 4757
MADA BLASSE, M. D.
1334 E. Willetta, Phoenix. Ariz.
Special attention to Obstetric
and diseases of Women and
Children
Arizona Lodge Xo. 2 F. & A
M. will meet at Masonic hall
at 3:30 p. m. fOr the purpose
of conducting the funeral ser
vices of our late brother Foutz of
Bluefield Lodge, No. 85, West Vir
graia. All Master Masons re re
quested to attend.
It G. G. HAMMONS. W.M,
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OBITUARIES
Mrs. Mary A. Pratt
Mary A. Cook was born in Michigan
March 25, 1848, the youngest of a
family of eight. In young womanhood
she became a teacher and many men
and women have given her credit for
the first inspiration which started
tlx-m on the road to success.
In later life ehe took up the work of
fraternal insurance and, feeling that
it offered a channel for usefulness,
threw herself into it with all of her
William Sharmen Foutz
Funeral services for William Shar
mon Foutz, who died Monday at .his
home, 1807 West Monroe street. Will
be held at 4 o'clock this afternoon at
the A. Moore & Son chapeL The
Rev. Arthur Lee Odell will officiate,
and the Masons will have charge of
the eervices.
Mr. Foutz came here about six
months ago from Prescott, where he
had lived eight years. He is survived
by his widow and one daughter.
Mrs. William Carpenter
Mrs. W'illiam Carpenter, 55 years old,
died at her home, 117 West Lincoln
street yesterday morning. She is sur
vived by her husband and a daughter,
Mrs. Evelyn I,eary of Fresno. Cal.
Doctor Robert M. Uunlap, dentist,
has moved hla office from 21 E. Wash
ington st. to Rooms 407-408 Heard
Bids. Adv. 1-br
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT A two-room apart
ment at 1340 W. Monroe SL 5t
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"We don't give no saucers here." re
plied the girl, turning her wad of gum.
Special Truss Fitting Ex-
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pert rree .cxaminauon
Kimball & Hulett
Phoenix, Adams & 1st Ave.
Vt ? V W vl! MAKE CUTS THAT PRINT
S. HARRY ROBERTSON
East Washiwrtop St Phone 1709
OREGON
POTATOES
Per
100 Lbs.
12.50
50 lbs. Spuds S1.35
Arizona Seedless
Grapefruit
25c Doz.
Arizona Oranges
25c Doz.
Extra Francy Wash
ington Baldwin Apples
$2.75 Box
HARRY BALLAH
WE RETAIL
129 W. Jefferson St.
SPECIALS
Sugar - Sugar
Granulated Sugar, ff
Per pound "v
We will sell you 5 pounds at
the above price with, every
$6,00 order of other groceries.
Hams Bacon
Fancy Oranges,
Per dozen ............. fciOt
Picnic Hams,
Per pound il
Breakfast Bacon, Q-j
Per pound ,
Cracked Hominy,
3 lbs. for i-lOL
Pink Beans, OQ
10 lbs. for 70C
White Beans, Q- (f
10 lbs. for 3J.UU
Star Flour, Q- -
24 -lb. sack ....s... ipA.OJL
Fancy Japan Rice, Q- f(
9 lbs. for M.UIJ
Dried Fruits
Fancy Seedless or Mus- QCTrt
cat Raisins, 3 lbs. for.. DC
Fancy Prunes, rn
3 lbs. for DOC
Dried Apples, J p
2 lbs. for 40 C
Large Jars $1.45
Peanut Butter in Bulk, OpTv
Per pound dlJKs
P. & G. White Naphtha QQ,
Soap, 10 bars for 0C
Crystal White Soap,
10 bars for I DC
Good Coffee in Bulk, Q7
3 lbs. for O I C
GRIEBEL'S
GROCERY
WE DELIVER
218 W. Washington St.
Phone 1508
BIG REDUCTIONS
IT 7 H Tr 7T"
Until Jaoiia
TlkJ dP1
v mm mjt wv .
in the remainder of our holiday stocks of the following
lines:
CANARIES
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On All Bird Cages,
Cut Glass Vases and Baskets
AH Kinds and Styles
Oo UiT
Fireside and Plant Baskets
war rr7
JARDINIERES
All Kinds and Sizes
Htmt
GOLD FISH
Why
Order your cut flowers for New Years early. They
will be delivered any time you desire.
rizona Seed and Floral
A
F. C. McNabb
28-30 South Central Avenue
Phone 13S9
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