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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1921
WATER REPORT
nn-o!r, elevation 178.72
Keservolr. contents, acre ft.".". 697,200
i3, : hours .,
laevation. year ago ....
Contents, year ago ,
Water used, north side .
Water used, south side .
. . 2.874
.. 225.64
1,378.180
. . 26.628
. . 36,200
WEATHER FORECAST
Arixona: Tuesday fair, local show
ra extreme north portion; AVednes-
Cay generally fair, slightly warmer.
New Mexico: Tuesday thunder
hoers, somewhat cooler; AVednes
iay fair west; local showers, and
roter east portion.
West Texas: Tuesday cloudy,
troably showers in north and west
rortions, cooler in the Panhandle
Wednesday, probably local showers;
cooler In north portion.
Southern California: Fair, warmer.
WEATHER REPORT
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Buffalo ; 54
Chicago ... 78
J rnver 68
Tairstff 60
lYesno SO
Galveston T6
Kansas City ... 84
ls Angelra ... 60
Minneapolis ... 72
Needles 74
New Orleans . . 78
New York 64
Oklahoma 82
PHOENIX 78
Pittsburg 80
Bt. Unuis 88
Halt Lake City 64
Fan Tego .... 60
Fan Francisco.. 64
FeattHt "0
Spokane 74
Tampa ........ 80
Tucson 80
WashinRton ... 66
W innipeg 70
Toma 78
52 Cloudy .18
2 Clear .00
92 Cloudy .00
7 Cloudy .00
64 Clear .00
82 Clear .00
SO Clear .00
88 Cloudy .00
64 Cloudy .00
86 Cloudy .02
82 Cloudy .00
84 Clear .00
74 Ft Cldy .06
88 Cloudy .00
79 Clear .00
84 Cloudy .00
90 Pt. Cldy .00
66 Cloudy .04
62 Ft. Cldy .00
64 Clear .00
70 Clear .00
78 Clear .00
88 Pt. Cldy .00
84 Clear .00
88 Cloudy .00
74 Pt. Cldy .00
80 Clear .00
? Coming Events T
:
Local Weather Yesterday
6.m Noon 6 p.m.
Temp, dry bulh ...55 74 73
Temp, wet bulb... 46 66 51
Humidity, per cent. 47 31 22
Wind from NE S AV
Wind, miles ....... 4 5 11
Itair.fnli 0 0 0
Weather Clear Clear Clear
JliKhest yesterday 79
llichest record this data 99
liowest yesterday .....54
Ixiwest record this date 52
Total rainfall 0
Pwficiency in temperature yester
day, 11 degrees.
ilefictency In temperature since the
first of the" month, 27 degrees.
Accumulated excess In temperature
ince Jan. 1. 238 degrees.
Normal precipitation Jan. 1 to date,
t.8l Inches.
Actual precipitation Jan. 1 to date,
.46 inch.
Deficiency since Jan. 1. 2.34 inches.
ROBERT Q. GRANT.
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AUTO OWNERS
WTJCDSHIEMJ GLASS FOR ALL
MAKES CARS. PRICES FROM
J2.S TO 14.00 EACH INSTALLED.
SOUTHWESTERN SASH
& DOOR CO.
PHONE S003. J25 W. JACKSON ST.
tf
Card Of Thankn
7
We wish to extend our " sincere
thanks to all friends for their kind
Ties and floral offerings in the loss
of our dear husband, son and brother.
M RS. F. J. VANDERHOFF,
MRS. H. A. VANDERHOFF,
MRS. MAE PUCK. It
' 1 Ixok for Wolman's big sale add In
tomorrow morning's paper. Adv. It
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Horse, harness and
Vugpy: must be cheap for cash. Call
t Savoy hotel, between 11 a. m. and
4 p. m. 2t
WANTED To rent a light trailer
for 2 weeks. Address 1338 E. FUmore
Ftreet. dm
LOST About 25 head of sheep
strayed from Burnt Ranch on Grand
venn. Phone Glendale 10SJS or
Phoenix 2524. , 3t
35 EAST &HINGTON 6T.
PHONE 2089
SPECIALISTS
In Examination of Eyes and fitting
f correct
Glasses
NORTHRUP OPTICAL CO.
9 E. Adams St.
- Phone 690 For Appointment.
CONSTABLE ICE &
FUEL CO.
Phone 1555
Pure Ice, Good Service
PLUMBING
HONEST WORK FAIR PRICES
Send me your work for
quick and efficient service
O.E. BELLAS
610 North First SL Phone 2879
SHOES
THAT NEED REPAIRS
.hould receive the best. We know
SANDIGE SHOE SHOPS
823 W. Washinaton .nd 21 N. 1st Av..
A NEW RESIDENT Mr. and Mrs.
C N. Boynton, 715 East McDowell
road, are the parents of a 7'4-pound
son, born at Sisters hospital last
evening.
MANY BIRTHS IN APRIL Girls
took the lead over boys in the April
birth report for Phoenix.' According
to the records of the state board of
health, 52 girls and 41 boys were born
in the city last month. As many more
were born in the surroundirus towns
bringing the number of births for que
month up to approximately 200.
CHICKEN DINNER AT NEIGH
BORHOOD HOUSE Women of the
Neighborhood Congregational church
will give a chicken dinner at the
Neighborhood House in the Roosevelt
school district from 6 o'clock until 8
o'clock tonight. The Neighborhood
house is four miles south and one-half
miles east of the city on paved roads.
START DjANCE TICKET SALE
Tickets for the dance to be given by
the Graduate Nurses' association at
the Woman's club tomorrow evening
will be placed on sale toUay at the
Central Pharmacy, Central avenue
and Washington street, and Boehm
er's Drug store, Washington street
and First avenue. They may be ob
tained also from any of the nurses
of the city. The dance, which is to
be made an annual "affair, will begin
about 8:30 o'clock, and preparations
are In hand" to make it one of the
finest events of the season.
CHILDREN'S PLAY AT COLUM
BIA "The Magic Fountain," an orig
inal fantasy, will be presented at the
Columbia theater by local children
next Saturday afternoon. Several en
semble dances will be presented. In
addition, solo dances will be given
by the following: Dorothy Rhuart,
Baby Lowe. Helen Virginia Forbing
and Pauline Stephens. A special
comedy film for children will follow
this performance.
MINING CO. INCORPORATES
Articles of incorporation of the Con
solidated Silver Mines and Reduction
company were filed with the corpora
tion commission yesterday. The cap
ital stock of the company is 82,500,000
divided into 2,500,000 shares at Jl
each. The directors of the company
are W. P. Cottrell of Los Angeles, D.
M. De Long and Harry L. Duty of
LEAVES FOR GERMANY Eu
gene Ivies, draftsman in the state
water commissioner's office, will
leave Wednesday for Germany where
he has been called by the illness of
his mother. He will return in the
autumn.
LEAVES LAUNDRY FOR LUNCH
ROOM William Sweem, for the last
14 years connected with the Phoenix
Laundry, has severed his relation
with that institution and has taken
an interest in the Central Lunch
room opposite the Commercial hotel.
SENT TO FLORENCE Thomas
Molinarez, who pleaded guilty recent
ly in the Superior court of commit
ting a statutory offense, yesterday
was sentenced by Judge Stanford to
servo from five to six years in the
state penitentiary at Florence.
MASON HELD ON CHECK
CHARGE Bob Mason yesterday was
held to answer to the Superior court
by Justice Nat T. McKee after a
hearing on a charge of passing
bogus check. He was committed to
the county jail under a bond of 1750.
He is charged with giving the Sam
t lelds Auto Livery company a check
for $35 drawn on the First National
Bank of Prescott, It is charged that
no such bank exists. Mason was a.&
arraigned on a charge of removing
mortgaged property from the county
without the consent of the holder of
the title. Mason recently was ar
raigned in the superior court on
charge of passing a bogus bank draft
and will be tried on this charge next
month. t
CHARGED WITH STEALING
WATER Joe Halas .yesterday was
found giulty by Justice Nat T. McKee
on a charge of taking irrigation wa
ter without authority and with in
tent to defraud. He will be sen
tenced at 9:30 o'clock this moraine bv
Justice McKee. The complaint was
made by P. J. Lynch who charges
Halas took the water from the Salt
River valley Water 1 sers . associa
tion without permission andL without
paying for it..
DR. CRAIG NAMED ADMINIS
TRATOR Dr. R. W. Craig yester
day was appointed by Judge Frank
H. Lyman as administrator with the
will annexed of the estate of Dr. Rob
ert H. Brownfield, wno died May 1
from injuries received in' an auto
mobile accident. The bond of the
administrator was fixed at $10,000.
The estate consists or real and per
sonal property valued at $15,000. The
will gives the entire estate to the
wife, who is named executrix, but
she petitioned that Dr. Craig be ap
pointed in her stead.
ENDLESS CO. ENDS An order
dissolving the Endless Chain Saw
company, an Arizona corporation.
.was issued yesterday by Judge Stan-
ioro. arter a hearing on their pe
tition for ie dissolution. The pe
tition was filed on April 23 by Ned
Creighton after the stockholders of
the company had passed a resolution
on March 14, 1921, for the action. All
assets have been distributed and all
claims settled, according to the evi
dence offered yesterday.
THESE WILL MARRY Licenses
to marry were issued yesterday to
John Trievsoreles, 30. and Norma J.
Sloan, 28, both of Los Angeles; Juan
Mores. 21, and Loretta Flores, 18,
both of Guadalupe; Amos Matley, 26
and Inez Shindlebower, 18, both of
Phoenix; Manuel Valenzuela, 22, and
Jesus Gonzales, 30, both of Phoenix
Fernando Sunigo, 21. and Francisco
Mendibles, 25, both of Phoenix; and
Manfor Gardner, 37, and Ethel M.
Brandt, 37, both of Orange county
Calif.
S ON EDUCATIONAL TOUR Miss
Beulah I. Coon, supervisor of home
economics with "the state department I
of vocational education, left yester
day for a. week's abseitco in St. Johns. I
Holbrook and Winslow. Project
work in the homes will be introduced
in the northern counties while she
is In the field, while classes for wom
en will also be formed under the di
rect supervision of Miss Coon.
ORDERS FLAGS HALF-MASTED
In respect to thfc memory of the
late Chief Justice White of the Unit
ed States, all flags on all state ar
mories will be hung at half mast for
30 days, according to the order issued
yesterday from the governor's office.
President Harding has requested that
all military posts show this mark
of respect.
W. R. C. TO MEET The Women's
Relief Corps will m-et on Wdnesday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock for a busi
ness session.
KIWANIANS MEET TODAY The
regular weekly luncheon of the Kl
wanis club will be held at the Y. M.
C. A. at 12:15 today. Vernon L.
Cliirk will lie chairman of the day,
and the main address will be deliver
ed by Frank Suhwentker in special
recognition of the I'nited States for
est service request for the observa
tion of forest protection week. The
trade talk will be made by Will Wil
kinson. Other business of impor
tance is to come before the meet
ing .and the hi tendance of all mem
bers is urged.
Tuesday, May 24 Lawn social by
. Junior Christian Endeavor of Cen
tral Christian church at thechurcn. j
Wednesday, May 25. Monthly meet
ing, initiation and dinner of Phoe
nix voiture, No. 35, La Societe de
40 Hommei et 8 Chevaux, at Amer
ican legion headquarters, 7 p. m.
Wednesday, May 25. First annual
dance of the Graduate Nurses' as
sociation. Woman's club.
Thursday, May 26. Lawn supper at
the Country Club, 7 p. m.
Friday, May 27 Commencement ex
ercises Phoenix high school at the
school auditorium.
Saturday, May 28 "The Magic Foun
tain" by pupils of Yua Sonstegard
King at Columbia theater, 2:30
p. m.
Saturday, May 28 Osborn Woman's
club play for benefit of Deaconess
hospital at Arizona School of
Music, 8:15 p. m. .
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MISS VERNAZ VISITING HERE
Elks Drill Team Hopes to Grab
First Honors at National Meet
no
F
MUSIC
Miss Mercedes Vernaz of Warrens-
burg, Mb., is visiting with Mrs. Jo
seph M. Holub at the latter's home,
917 North Fourth street.
RYAN RETURNS FROM TOMB
STONE W. E. Ryan, special coun
sel to the state land department, re
turned yesterday from Tombstone
where he has been making investiga
tions in the matter of appeals from
the decision of the land board. He
paid particular attention to the case
of Arthur Davis versus Lea Trapp-
man. .
DYAS COMPLETES INSPECTION
TOUR Raymond Dyas, state sealer
of weights and measures, yesterday
completed his inspection of Maricopa
county. He will give his time the
remainder of the month to prepar-J
Ing the annual report which he will
submit to the governor June 1.
RODGERS HERE FROM CALIF-
J. E. Rodgers, one of the leading at
torneys of northern California, ar
rived in Phoenix yesterday to be
here for a week the guest of P. R.
Milnes, state Immigration commis
sioner. CO. E, A. N. G. RECOGNIZED
Federal recognition has b,een extend
ed to Company E. 158th infantry, Ari
zona National Guard according to
word received here yesterday by Ad
jutant General Ingalls. The unit is
located in Tucson, the captain being
S. S. Franco.
WINS FAVOR WITH TINTING
Tinting of children's pictures has
brought prominence, to John L. Cog
Ian, a local artist. He has attracted
favorable attention recently by his
tinted pictures of two children from
the dancing department of the Studio
club and his work on the picture of
Baby Stauffer whose wonderful gol
den hair the artist reproduced with
faithful accuracy.
REALTORS HOST TO REED Mr.
Leslie Reed,' secretary of the EI Paso
real estate board, was the guest of
the Salt River Valley Realtors asso
ciation at their regular meeting Mon
day noon.
K. OF C. MEETING TONIGHT
Marcos De Niza Council Knights of
Columbus will hold their regular !
meeting Tuesday evening. May 24,
at Pythian hall, all members of the
council and visiting members are re- i
quested to attend. Lecturer Kelly
haa prepared a good program and
those who fail to attend ma? regret
it. Several matters of importance
will be taken up by the meeting.
GIVE CONCERT TONIGHT
There will be a concert given at the
Second Baptist churh, Fifth and
Jefferson streets, this evening be
ginning at 8 o'clock for the benefit
of the building fund. Special music
will be contributed by Professor
Bird's orchestra.
SENIOR LIST NAME ADDED In
the list ! of seniors of the Phoenix
Union High school who will bf grad
uated this week, published in The
"One - two - three - four; one -two-1
three-four" with every count 24
shoes hit the pavement on West Jef
ferson street and 24 owners of the
shoes guided right, circled, pivoted
and otherwise tarried out the orders
shouted by Capt. T. W. Tempske.
It was the Elks drill team in action.
Members of the team drill three times
a week now. They are working hard
to capture the big prize at the Elks'
convention in Los Angeles during
July. - ,
"We have every chance to get first
prize," Captain Tempske declared last
night while giving his men a brief
rest. These men are certainly dig
ging into the work with a good will
and a determination that means
victory."
Grounds for the competitive drills
of the Elks' teams at the Los Angeles
convention will be 200 feet square.
Teams from every section of the
country will compete for prizes July
12. Entries will be closed June 15.
This big event will serve to intro
duce Arizona's first Elks drill team
to enter into competition outside the
boundaries of the state. Capturing
of first honors by the local lodge
would mean enviable publicity for
Phoenix and the state.
- "We intend to let the whole world
know that Phoenix has a live Elks
organization," Captain Tempske de
clared and to prove that he was very
sincere about it he ordered his eight
squads of three into formation and
put them through a lively set of
drills.
Military formations tfnd drills were
rapidly followed by intricate fancy
maneuvers which would have been a
credit a team boasting much greater
experience.
In addition to the members of the
drill team, the Phoenix lodge will
send a fife and drum corps consisting
of 10 fifes and eight drums and a
laxaphone quartet. The entire or
ganization will be led by a sextette of
three boys (coming Bills), one a flfer
and the other two drummer. These
boys will wear very attractive new
purple uniforms. All other members
of the organization will also wear
new uniforms.
Phoenix will get its first glimpse at
the the fully attired 'team in action
at the Capitol grounds, Flag day.
June 14. .
Arrangements are being made to
run a special train from Phoenix to
the coast city for the convention. It
is expected that delegations from all
over the state will make reservations
on this train.
HIGHWAY WEXTHER BULLETIN
River Crossings
Sacaton: The crossing at Sacaton
is in fairly good condition. Dry.
Cochise County
All main roads in good condition
but need rain. .
Coconino County
Old Trails highway good. Grand
Canyon, roads fair. Travel through
Tonto Basin and timbered sections
not advised.
Gila County
All main roads within county are
in good shape.
Graham County
Graham county roads in fair con
dition. 1
Greenlee County
All roads in Oreenlee county th
good condition.
t Maricopa County
aliev irari rinstv W'f pl.nhur?
rough; Black Canyon fair; Superior-
Florence good; Apache trail fair;
Buckeye crossing good: to Gila Bend.
Mohave County
All main roads in good condition.
Traffis on Old Trails now routed via
Oatman over newly completed state
highway ..from Oatman to Topogk in
stead of via ' Yucca as formerly.
Drivers should be careful In crossing
washes.
Navajo County
Holbrook-Winslow good; Holbrook -Fort
Apache good; . Holbrook-St.
Jhns good; some new .construction.
Holbrook-Gallup-National Old Trails
good; Holbrook-Keam's Canyon, re
cent light rains improved genera
road conditions.
Pima County
Roads in "fair condition except for
dust on account of continued dry
weather. At Tucson a fully equipped
auto camp park has been , thrown
open to the motoring public.
Pinal County
All mesa and mountain roads in
good condition. Valley roads dusty
and chucky. The county is dry.
Santa Cruz County
AH county roads in fair shape.
Yuma County
Parker-Bouse-Wenden road in good
condition. Ferry service every day
at Parker. Salome-Harrishurg-Coun-ty
line road in bad condition. Vicks-burg-Quartzite-Ehrenberg
road In
good condition with exception of Dry
Lake section, which is in very bad
condition. Ferry service discontinued
at Ehrenherg account high water.
Quartzite-Castle Dome-Dome road in
good condition. Gila river dry at
Dome. Yuma-Dome-Wellton- Antelope
Hill road in fair condition. Gila river
dry at Antelope Hill bridge. Antelope
Hill-Texas mil-falomas in poor
: condition. Dorse-Castle Dome-Deep
Wells-Falomas road in Tair condition
1
RUN
STUDENTS PRESEW
IT
PLEASING PROGRAM
SHERIFF'S MACHINE
CONCLUDES SERIES
OF ORGAN RECITALS
The fifth organ recital given by
Blanch Post Runyon at the First
Methodist Episcopal church last
night brought to a close the first
series of organ recitals in Phoenix.
Mrs. Runyon is a most gifted musi
cian, possessing executive ability,
which coupled with her knowledge of
program music and its interpretation
has made the entire organ scries a
success.
The program presented varied
tone-pictures. the first number,
Sheppard's "Desert Song," with its
quaint Oriental mood, proving a
favoritp with the audience. The
suite, "Sketches of the City" by
Neven- was thoroughly descriptive.
the outstanding numbers being "On
the Avenue," "An Old Lady On a
Porch." "Urchin Whistling in the
Streets," and "In Busy Mills."
Lawrence Lehigh, as the assisting
soloist, won his audience with his re
markable rendition of the famous
aria, "Every Valley Shall Be Ex
alted," from the "Messiah. Mr. Le
high sang the dramatic ''Flower
Song" from "Carmen" with perfect
ease and exquisite shading. He
possesses a most beautiful tenor
voice of rare quality and the choice
of selections in which he was heard
last evening, afforded the people of
Phoenix an artistic treat. It is
hoped that his voice may be heard
moreo ften in the future.
CD-
Republican Monday morning, the I Wellton-Moha wk-Aztec-Sentinel road
name of Mmniela Spratlan was omit- jn poor condition. Heavy sand at
ted through error. . Pembroke. Rocky road east of Stan-
. s
UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS
The following undelivered telegrams
are at the local office of the Western
Union: Roy E. Troyer, W. G. Over
street, II. F. Wade, H. G. Edwards,
Charles O. Berry.
CHURCHMEN STAGING CON
CERT The men of the First Congre
gational church will give a band con
cert and ice cream . social at the
church on East Willetta street to
morrow night. The Indian school
band has been engaged for the con
cert which will begin at 8 o'clock
p. m. During the concert the men
will serve ice cream and cake. The
public is invited.
REPORT AUTO STOLEN E." H.
McDonald reported to the sheriff's
office last night that a Maxwell au
tomobile belonging to the McCall
Cotton company had been stolen
from Central avenue and Adams
street. The car bears Arizona lic
ense No. 33,036. The car is a 1920
model and has both front fenders
bent. It is equipped with Firestone
cord tires and one spare tire.
PRESCfTlSTENT
CITY FDR VISITORS
.
In connection with the campaign
which is going on throughout tiie
state to "See Arizona First." the Uni
versal Tours community of Prescott
has announced that among the ad
vantages for the visitor at Prescott
this year will be a tent city among
the pine trees. The city will have 4
tents, fully furnished, with the vari
ous community needs of the Ameri
can family in the way of playgrounds,
policing, sanitation and food provided
for.
The tent city' will be located in a
space of approximately five acres,
including some picturesque granite
hills and a beautiful pine-covered
flat, north of Prescott. The tents will
be of two sizes, furnished to accom
modate individuals or families. The
tents are absolutely waterproof and
will be comfortable in all kinds of
weather. Each tent has screened
doors and windows, and the interior
is divided by curtained partitions.
Ample bedding is included, with
changes of linen twice a week and a
satisfactory supply of towels.
In addition to the foregoing, all the
community advantages with which
the Arizonan is familiar on the Pa
cific coast 'or other places of resort,
have been incorporated in. the plans!
I of Prpscott's tent city, including a I
postoftice and a complete tclpphonpj
i system.
; o
j GLASS HINT
j If glassware is rinsed with cold
water before milk is put in it. it will i
1 wash more easily and will cotne out'
j without the cloud which usually is
hard to remove.
ROBERT Q.
o
GRANT.
WHAT EVERY HUSBAND KNOWS
"It is hard to please, women
sighed Blinks.
"What's up nowT"' asked Jinks
sym pathetically.
"Why. my wife has harped so on
how much more attention man pay
to women before marriage that I had
a big bunch of roses sent home, and
took her a box of chocolates."
"And wasn't she pleased 2' asked
the other.
: "Oh. I don't know. She's been talk
ing ever since about how much more
sensible it would have been if I had
sent home a ham and brought a new
doormat with me." Pittsburgh
Chronicle-Telegraph.
OBITUARIES
MRS. ELLEN KIMBER
Funeral services for Mrs. Ellen
Kimber who passed away Sunday,
will be held Wednesday morning at
S:30 o clock at St. Mary's Catholic
church. The casket will be opened
at Whitney's chapel from 2 until 5
p. m., today, during which time
friends may call.
C. L. PAGE
C. L. Page, a well known valley
farmer, died last Sunday morning
following an' operation. Funeral
arrangements have not yet been
made and will be announced later.
Mr. Page came to Phoenix la years
ago from Kansas. He engaged in
farming until recently when he and
Mrs. Page took up their residence at
1219 East Van Buren street.
An unusually pleasing program
took place at the Arizona School of
Music last evening. The occasion
was the singing of Susan Merle
Baldwin; a pupil of Walter Hastings
Olney, head of the vocal department.
with pupils from the dramatic de
partment in charge of Mrs. Dwight
Earl F.asley, and. dancing pupils of
K. Paula Revare ..
Miss Baldwin has a voice of clear,
beautiful tone quality, which she
uses with skill and fine taste, show
ing the excellent training she has
been under. She possesses an easy
comfortable stage presence and in
the numbers last evening, both singer
and songs were interesting, the
young lady thoroughly establishing
herself as one of the best singers
of this community.
She was assisted at the piano by
that peer of accompanists William
Orth and by a quartet in the last
group of old-time songs composed of
other students of Mr. Olney the
Misses Anna Marie Calvert and Doris
Christy: George Grosso and E. H.
Harrington.
Miss Hoopes received much ap
plause after her monologue, and
showed that she has real ability as
an entertainer. The sketch, also from
the dramatic department, was given
with snap and splendid interpreta
tion each character taking the part
assigned in an entirely natural man
ner. Meredith Bishop, as "the girl,"
was very true to everyday life:
Dwight E. Earle was "the man," and
John Girand was the typical news
boy.
Little Miss Jane Jae Royce. in a
fitting costume, gave "The Quaker
ess" dance charmingly, while Miss
Elizabeth Lopez was seen in a lively
Spanish dance which she executed
most artistically. Both the dancers
were assisted by Mrs. J. O. McVey
at the piano.
While a number of recitals will be
given before the opening of the sum
mer school in June, only two have
been scheduled to take place at night,
on on the evening of May 30, and
one on June 2 .
The program aa given last night
toiiows;
Vocals
"Dearest Name"..............
(Rigoletto) -Verdi
"Ah Might It Be His Voice"..
(Traviata) ' .
Monologue
"Heard on the Beach" Ilabel Fiske
Winne Hoopes
Vocal
"The Sweetest Storv Ever Told."
"Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes.1
"I Dreamt That I Dwelt In Marble
Halls." (Bohemian Girl)
Annie Laurie.
Sketch in One Act
"By Courier" O'Henry
Cast:
The Girl Meredith Bishop
The Man Dwight E. Earle
The Newsboy i . John Girand
Scene: In the park. ...
Time: Early morning.
Vocal
Ah! So Pure" (Martha) Flotow
Dances
The Quakeress.
Jane Jae Royce
Castanet Dance.
Elizabeth Lopez.
Vocal
"Believe Me If All Those EndCAring
Young Charms. "
"Sweet and Low."
"Carry Me Back to Old Virginny."
"Silver Threads Among the Gold."
(Quartette)
Anne Marie Calvert
Doris Christy.
George Grosso.
E. H. Harrington.
WINS RACE FOR LIFE
Successful in their race for life
north to Bumbleebee Sunday night.
Deputy Sheriffs R. M. Price and Al
DeWitt arrived in Phoenix Monday
morning at 2:20 o'clock bringing T.
B. Anderson, a Crown King miner,
and his 10-year-old daughter to the
bedside of Mrs. Anderson at the Sis
ter's hospital. The 130-mile trip
was made without a mishap in seven
hours with Deputy Price at the
wheel. .
Mrs. Andersop. who is critically
ill, the result of blood poisoning, was
reported last night to be steadily
improving. A mental and nervous
condition developed Sunday which
made the presence of her husband
and daughter necessary. Only one
train a week is run over the only
railroad into. Crown King since the
mines closed down. Mr. Anderson
stated that he could reach Bumblebee
but was not sure he could find a con
veyance at that point so Sheriff
Montgomery dispatched a fast car to
bring him to Phoenix .
Mr. Anderson reached Bumlbebee
from Crown King on a gasoline
speeder on the railroad. The moun
tain climb into Crown King is too
steep for automobiles and the rail
road reacnes me town ry means of
seven switchbacks.. . The- sheriff's car
left Phoenix at 7:20 o'clock Sunday
night and met Mr. Anderson and
daughter near Bumblebee at 11
o'clock. With the husband and
daughter at the. bedside, the attend
ing physicians believe that Mrs. An
derson will recover.
SL T 1
ARMY
IS
ACTIVE AMONG POOR
Because of general conditions, the
Salvation Army has had more calls
for assistance than usual, according
to tneir report for the last six month
During that period the Salvation
Army has given 4365 meals to the
hungry, lodging to more than 600.
found work for 542 persons, given
garments and shoes to 357 families
and distributed 500 War Crys to pris
oners in jails and patients in hospi
tals. Officers of the organization
visited 586 homes of the sick and
poor of the city.
The relief and industrial home on
First street continues to serve as a
place for homeless men. This build
ing, costing more than $1000. has been
paid for by the Salvation Army
corps.
The Army has conducted 94 indoor
gospel services and 120 open air serv
ices since the first of the year. Dur
ing the past six months the Army has
distributed- clothing and food to the
poor totnling in value $4020.50. In or
der to continue the work the Salva
tion Army is asking for donations of
castoff clothing, shoes. furniture.
food and other necessities of life. A
call to 226 East Jefferson street or
phone call to 4156 will be appre
ciated.
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ARIZ. LODGE NO. 2. F. &
A. M., will confer Third De
gree in Masonic Hal: at Tr'IO
p. m. Visiting brethren cor-
diully invited.
It G. J. HAMMOXS. W. M.
COLOR SCHEME
F'or the home dressmaker1 no ma
terials could combine more beauti
fully for an evening frock than pale
green chiffon trimmed with bands of
monkey furn. The contrast is lovely.
i and made in the most simple way.
gives the gown an air of distinction.
Do your believe in
signs dollar signs?
Then buy where
your dollar buys a
dollar's worth, and a
little bit more!
Here, we base prices
on today's replacement
costs.
Clothing,
mgs,
f urnish-
hats . and shoes
for men.
"The best'
as "the ' mos
your money.
.Money back if you
can do better. ,
well
for
McDougall & Cassou
Washington Street
HANSON & KARLSON
737 GRAND AVE.
Machinists Engineers
Auto and Gas Engine Mechanica
Welding and Forging
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN'S
AUTOMOTIVE DIRECTORY
Fred Westerman
F'red Westerman died in Oatman
yesterday as the result of injuries
received while in the employ of the
United Eastern mine. Word to this
effect was forwarded to Jack White,
state mine inspector. Westerman
was injured when he fell down a
raise. Contusion of the brain and
Internal Injuries caused his death
four days after the accident.
o
More than 100.000 volumes and
thousands of pamphlets on the recent
war have been collected by the
French government. .
The prison population of the mid
dle and southwestern United States
decreased 12.4 per cent in the last six
years.
ROADS BULLETIN
Coast roads in poor shape. Best route by way of Ehrenburg. Black
Canyon rough; Wickenburg, good; Florence-Superior, good; Apache
Trail, rough; Ajo, via Laveen, good. Use caution in crossing drain
ditches.
Roads in Apache and Navajo counties good, excepting In mountains.
Slight fall of enow in Coconino county haa not affected the roads there
to any extent.
.Main roads in Mohave county in fair shape, excepting Oat man
To pock, which is being constructed, travel being routed by way of
Yucca.
Yavapai county roads in fair shape. Care must be used in Chino
Valley en route to Ash Fork.
Main roads in Gila, Greenlee, Cochise and Graham counties In good
condition. Valley roads rough in Pinal county. Tucson to Nogales
good.
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AUTOMOBILES
TUESDAYand
WEDNESDAY
AT WETZLER'S
Specials
AUTO ACCESSORIES
GENUINE FORD PARTS
HOME OF THE FORD AND FORDSON
ED RUDOLPH
Authorized Ford Dealer
316-43 East Adams Street
Crystal White Soap,
(Limit 5 Cakes) per bar.
5c
Wesson Oil,
I'er quart
All matches,
Per package (limit 6 pkgs.)
Campbell's Pork and Beans,
Fer can
Hill Bros. Blue Coffee,
Per lb .
Jello, all' flavors,
3 for
Van Camp's Hominy,
Larg can . .'
Tea Garden Blackberry Preserves,
None better
Hassayampa Butter,
Insist on Home Products
White Karo, 5-lb. can.
Buy one for the kiddies
Cream of Wheat,
Per package
Pel Monte Melba Halved
Peaches
25c
Cream Oil Soap,
Per Cske
49c
. 5c
12c
30c
25c iP
17c J
39c
35c
43c
.. 8c
35c
Buick Cadillac Mack Trucks
TIRES ACCESSORIES PARTS PAINT SHOP
BABBITT MOTOR CARS DIVISION
West Washington at Fifth Ave.
Phone 1450
CHANDLER
G. M. C. TRUCKS TRAILMOBILE
CALMESSNER
Corner Fourth Avenue and Adams Street
w
S
Grade -Macaroni,
dies. Spaghetti and
acaroni Products
Vegetables,
Fer lb
Special Summer Squash,
5c
Chevrolet Little Four, Big Four
BERT O. BROVN, Distributor
316-18 East Washington Street
GARAGES SERVICE
AUTO TRUCK BODIES BUILT
to order. All sorts hardwood repairing for farm machinery.
HOME BUILDERS PLANING MILL
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING
Phone 4188 350 South First Street
BETTER GOODS FOR LESS MONEY
WETZLER'S BASKETERIA
127 N. Firt Ave.
HANSON'S GARAGE
FRED HANSON, Manager
FIRST CLASS AUTO REPAIRING
Corner First Avenue and Bennett Lane
Phone 680
ROGER HUNT GARAGE
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
ON ALL MAKES OF CARS
.614 West Van Buren Street
Phone 611
Sugar
Sugar
a.r S8.40
$1.00
95c
50c
19 c
25 c
17c
12 lbs. ;
Cane Sugar
8-lb. Can
Compound
4-lb. Can
Compound
Stone Crock
Jam
Pure Fruit No Apple
Base
44 lbs. net weight..-
1-20'
Other flavors :
Blackberry, Raspberry,
Peach, Apricot, 'Plum
and Apple Butter.
3 Large Loaves Ottn
Bread .. .... OK,
Eastern Salt
Pork, per lb. . .
Sugar Cured
Bacon Ends, lb.
Sugar Cured
Picnic Hams,
Per lb. . ,
Hardwheat
Flour
24 lbs. Hard-ei 1Q
wheat Flour P--.Ai7.
48 lbs. Hard-0O 99
wheat Flour &A00
98 lbs. Hard- JA AQ
wheat Flour v.rtO
Fruit Jars
1 Doz. Pint Qo
Ball Jars .... uo
1 Doz. qts.
Ball Jars . .
1 Doz. io
Gal. Jars . .
2 Cans Mari- OKp
copa Milk....
Large Cans
Tomatoes, C?0 7FT
Per Case .. v.iO
Marvin Smith
Grocery Cor
329 E. Washington St.
Thone 1387
$1.05
$1.35

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