THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1921
is a two-piece suit
of course exclusive
It helps to prove
What's What is
What's Not is left
Cor. Adams at First Ave.
A very convincing
.argument can be pre
sented to show the
confidence Nash own
ers have in their cars
by calling your atten
tion to those owners
who have prevailed
upon their associates
to duplicate their pur
chases, to show Nash
owners who have re
peated their purchases
with us, and to let you
see two, three, five or
even six Nash cars in
the same- business
These are tests I
can meet and that
PHOENIX NASH CO.
521 N. Central Ave.
Machine Work and Welding
SOS South Seventh Avenue
Beats . . ,
Reservoir, contents, acre feet
Loss, 24 hours
Elevation, year ago ....
Contents, year ago
Water used, north Bide ,
Water used, south side
Arizona: Generally fair Sunday;
somewhat cooler central portion;
Boston ........ 64
Buffalo ........ 60
Denver ........ 64
Kansas City.... 70
Los Angeles ... 74
Minneapolis ... 'EO
New Orleans .. 80
New York ..... 66
Pittsburg .. 74
Portland, Ore... 72
St. Louis 82
Salt Lake City 72
San Diego 70
San Francisco.. 64
Seattle ........ 64
Spokane. . . . ,
Local Weather Yesterday
i 6 a.m. Noon p.m.
Temp., dry bulb... 72 97 100
Temp., wet bulb 62 71 71
Humidity, per- cent 56 - 27 4
Wind from ........ E SE V
Wind, miles 8X 6 4
Rainfall .......... 0 0 0
Weather Clear Clear Clear
Highest yesterday .........103
Highest this date for 26 years ....106
Lowest yesterday 70
Lowest this date for 26 years .... S3
Total rainfall 0
Excess in temperature yesterday,
Excess in temperature since the
first of the month, 2 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temperature
since Jan. 1, 141 degrees.
Normal precipitation Jan. 1 to date,
5.71 inches. "
Actual precipitation Jan. 1 to date,
Deficiency since Jan. 1, 8.19 inches.
G. W. McDOWALL,
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f AT.MTTR To Tr and Mn. E.
Payne Palmer of 1229 North Central
avenue, a eon, yesterday morning.
The child has been named Erroll Jo
RYAN To Mr. and Mrs. James T.
Ryan, 748 East McDowell street, ft
on, yesterday morning at St. Jo
GOES TO MISSOURI Mrs. Bar
ney Hodgin of 48 West Holly street
left yesterday for Columbia, Mo., for
an extended visit with her parents.
SET HEARING DATE The cor
poration dbmmission yesterday set
Oct. 6 as the time lor tne neanng
of the complaint brought by the
Phoenix Title and Trust company
against the Scottish Union National
Insurance company. The complain
ant alleged that the Insurance com
pany is not using the standard New
York form of mortgagee clause, as re
quired by the Arizona statutes.
HISTORIAN HOME CoL James
H. McClintock returned yesterday
from, a five weeks' absence in which
he was engaged in historical research
work. Included in the material gath
ered by the state historian were the
first court records of the Territory
of Arizona, (fJEoIonel McClintock
spent the greater part of his time in
Albuquerque and laa cruces, return'
ing home by the way of El Paso.
Plant a Fall Garden
Fresh vegetables from your own garden,
grown by yourself, means more than money
value to you, Included in the planning and
planting of a garden is the sunshine, the
fresh air and the fascination of watching the
garden grow. .
, ,We will be glad to aid you with expert advise on
what to .plant and when to plant.
All of our seed is thoroughly tested and of the
highest quality. - -
We have a complete stock of Garden Tools, also
Lawn Mowers, Goodyear Garden Hose, Lawn
Sprinklers, Grass Sheers, Pruning Shears, etc.
Arizona Seed & Floral Co.
A. W. LIEFGREEN, Mgr.
28-30 South Central Ave.
MRS. DIAZ RETURNS Mrs. J. M.
Diaa of .618 North Fourth avenue, has
returned from Long Beach.
CAT WANTS HOME Anyone de
Biring a cat will find one at 615 North
RESUMES CLASSES Karola
Frick, after spending an enjoyable
summer at the coast, has returned to
Phoenix and is now ready to resume
GOES TO COAST Merrill Butler,
bridge engineer of the state highway
department, left yesterday for a ten
days' vacation on the coast. ,
RETURNING TO CITY Mrs. Roy
Davidson will return this morning
from the Californian coast, where she
spent the summer.
ON SICK LIST Migf Gladys D.
Jones of the automobile department
of the corporation commission is on
the sick list.
RECEIVES DIRECTORIES The
1921 directories of the cities of Tuc
son and Douglas have been received
by the local chamber of commerce.
where they may be used by those
needing them. -
FILES APPEAL John H. Smith
filed an appeal in the supreme court
from the superior court of this coun
ty, where he was found guilty of at
tempting to sell intoxicating liquors.
UNDELIVERED MESSAGES Un
delivered messages are at the West
ern Unioit for: Sol Carragien, Mrs
May Bradley and Arizona Prod. Com
TO PRESENT PLAY Members of
the Madison Woman's club have pre
vailed upon the young people of the
Bethel community to present "The
New Minis'er," a play, at the Madi
son school next Saturday night.
TC LECTURE ON S)NN FEIN"
T. H. Beli will deliver a lecture on
"The Sinn Fein ' at the Open Forum,
215 East Adams street, tonight. A
general discussion will follow the
RECEIVE TiO AD SIGNS Road
signs for the Black Canyon road from
Phoenix to Prescott have been re
ceived by the Automobile Club of
Arizona, and the work of erecting
them will be started this week.
, THESE WILL MARRY Licenses
to marry were issued yesterday to
Frank Renkenbach, 82, of Wicken
burg, and May Alice Schwartz, 26,
of San Francisco; Thomas E.
Stephens, 49. and Denvie Francin, 29,
both of Phoenix.
VISITING HERE Mrs. B. F. Eth
eridge and daughter, Emily, of Chat
tanooga, Tenn., are Visiting Mrs. R.
I Edwards on North Third street
They plan to spend the early winter
here, going later to California and
HOME FROM OUTING Mr. and
Mrs. G. Miller and son,' Dee, and Mil
ton Coggina and Robert Freisner
have returned from an enjoyable
camping trip . to Rock Creek, ranger
station. White mountains. They re
port excellent fishing, plenty of small
game and ideal camping grounds In
CHARGE DISMISSED After sev
eral witnesses had testified in the
case of Charles E. Bell, charged with
manufacturing intoxicating liquor,
Judge Stanford dimissed the case
upon motion of Joseph E. Noble, as
sistant county attorney. The mo
tion to dismiss was made on grounds
of insufficient evidence to convict."
BACK FROM SPRINGS Miss
Bessie Fox Davis, contralto soloist,
and director of music of the First
Presbyterian church, haa returned
from Iron Springs, where she has
been spending the summer months.
She is located at 1029 East Moreland
CONDUCTING SPECIAL SERV
ICES Evangelists R. L. Benton and
L: B. Ragsdale are conducting special
services at the "Present Truth", tent
north of the City park. "Satan Bound
a Thousand Years" will be the sub
ject tonight There will be special
music and stereoptican views. The
public is invited.
BACK FROM LOS ANGELES A.
C. Mortenson has returned from the
coast where he spent the summer
working with the National Gas Bur
ner and Heating company. He has
obtained the state agency for the
National gas burner and other ar
ticles and has established quarters
at 325 West Adams street
Our Floral Department
Also Sundays until 1 p. m.
NEW OFFICE OPENED The
thirty-second branch office of the
Automobile Club of Arizona has been
established, according to officials of
the organization here, the latest ad
dition being at casa urande, where
Len P. Mathews is the representative
of the club.
MADISON WOMAN'S CLUB
MEETS Thrift as a subject was
thoroughly and interestingly dis
cussed by members of the Madison
Woman's club under the leadership
of Mrs. J. N. Strahan, chairman of
the day last Friday. The meeting
was held at the home of the club,
Mrs. H. A. Bartlett who presided
over a short business meeting which
preceded the social session. The pro
gram included several delightful
musical numbers. .
SUPERVISOR RETURNS Kate
L. Bear, supervisor of home econom
ics with the vocational education de
partment of the state, returned yes
terday from the southern part of the
state. Miss Bear visited Tucson, No
gales, Thatcher,' her field survey be
ing largely in the nature of a get
acquainted trip which will be followed
later in the season by an inspection
tour of the state. Miss Bear,- who
was recently appointed as supervisor,
is a graduate of Columbia.
FILES PETITION Although Judge
Stanford recently denied her petition
to set aside the divorce decree grant
ed to her husband. Max Selmansky,
several weeks ago, Sadie Selmansky
yesterday filed an amended petition
to request the decree be set aside.
Notice was given that she would
appear in the court of Judge Stan
ford with her counsel Monday morn
ing to ask that the decree be set aside
and permission granted 1.0 her to file
an answer and crois complaint to the
suit The decree was gnmted to her
husband by default -
TO HEAR APPLICATION Ap
plication of the Miners' Bus company'
for a certificate of convenience and
necessity to operate from Globe to
the Inspiration Mine will come up
for hearing in Globe on Monday, the
hearing to be conducted by F. J. K.
McBride of the corporation commis
sion. The company in its application
states it proposes to ask 25 cents for
the round trip. The company may
have opposition from the Consoli
dated Stage company, which Operates
over the same route.
MAN DROPS OEAD Oscar Erlck
son, 38 years old, a native of Den
mark, dropped dead in an outhouse
yesterday afternoon on the ranch of
R. A. Chestnut about three miles
northeast of Scottsdale. He had been
ill for several years. He was last
seen yesterday afternoon about 1
o'clock sitting near the corral on the
ranch. His body was found about C
o'clock last night by E. H. Chestnut.
Coroner Nat T. McKee was called
and will hold an inquest at 1:30
o'clock Monday afternoon. Erickson
was unmarried and a member of the
BROUGHT BACK John H. .Kel
ley. wanted in Phoenix on a charge
of kidnapping, was brought back from
Douglas last night by Deputy Sheriff
A. W. Dana, where lie has been held
for the local authorities. He was
placed in the county Jail to await
arraignment on the charge. The com
plaint was made by Mrs. Nora
Kelley, who charges he took their
three children out of the county in
violation of. a court order. Deputy
Dana was unable to find the children
in Douglas and said Kelley refused to
tell him where thev were. Kellev
claims no court order was ever made
relative to the children.
TO SPEAK IN TUCSON Sidney
J. Ross, president and general man-
ager of the Automobile Club of Ari
zona, will speak by invitation before
the Tucson Rotary club at Tucson
tomorrow noon, before the Tucson
Automobile Trade association at their
monthly dinner in the evening, and
before the Kiwanis club at Tuesday
noon, his subject being, in all three
instances, the Automobile Club of
Arizona. From Tucson he will visit1
Nogales, Douglas and Florence, where
he will also speak on the club and its
Will open at the LAM
SON BUSINESS COL
LEGE, 28 West Washing
ton street, October 3rd
and will continue on
and Fridays until next
Students may select the
branches they wish to
study from the follow
ing: Spelling, Penmanship,
Business English, Letter
Writing, Adding Ma
chine, Billing Machine,
The business and professional
men of Phoenix are requiring
much better work from. their em
ployes than they have for several
years past We have noticed
that almost without exception,
those who have attended our night
school are still holding their old
positions or have been promoted
and In many instances are receiv
ing higher salaries now than they
were a year ago. By entering our
night school and spending your
spare time in study you can also
reap as great a reward as hun
dreds of our former students.
For full information write, phone
3576 or call at the college office.
CONSTABLE ICE &
Pure Ice, Good Service
HONEST WORK, FAIR PRICES
Send me your work far
quick and efficient service
O. E. BELLAS
620 North First St Phone 2S75
CASE CONTINUED By stipula
tion between R. E. L. Shepherd, coun
ty attorney, and counsel for the de
fense, the case of Vernon Peters and
Joe Brown, charged with driving a
car while intoxicated, which was to
have been heard in the court of Jus
tice Nat T. McKee yesterday morn
ing, was continued until Tuesday
morning. .Peters and Brown were
arrested early in the week by federal
officers and city policemen at Fourth
avenue and Washington street Fed
eral charges of transporting and
having in their possession intoxicat
ing liquors aiso have been filed
against them. They furnished a bond
of J500 each for theii appearance
before United States Commissioner
GALAS ARRESTED Joe Galas, a
paroled prisoner from the state peni
tentiary, yesterday was arrested by
Deputy Sheriffs Meeks and Blanco
on a felony warrant charging him
with driving awav from tne scene
of an accident after causing injury
without stopping to give his name,
license number and address. He was
placed in the county Jail to await
arraignment on the charge. Galas is
alleged to have struck a wagon on
South Central avenue several days
ago with a Ford car and to have left
the place without stopping. He was
arrested following the accident but
was released when no charge was
filed h trains t him. The complaint
was made against him by R. E. L.
Shepherd, county attorney.
ARRAIGNED ON CHARGE Mon
roe Pickering yesterday was ar
raigned before Justice Nat T. Mc
Kee on a charge of aggravated as
sault. The hearing was set for Sep
tember 28 and he was committed to
the countv 1ail under a bond of 5UO,
The comDlaint was made by Colby
Thomas. who alleges Pickering
struck him on the head with a rock.
The charge is the result of a fight
staged snutlr-oi rnoenix lasi nun
dav. according to officers. Follow
ing the affair, Pickering swore to a
complaint charging Jim Stovall with
assault with a deadly weapon, but
after Stovall had been arraigned on
the charge Pickering asked that it
be dismissed, which Justice McKee
did. Pickering charged Stovall wun
shooting at him six times with a
di cane NOT GUILTY T. H
Valencia, proprietor of the Pioneer
rf.hi.. vnatprdflv tiiph npn nor Eumv
jn the superior court to a charge of
transporting intoxicating liquor, and
Judge stanioro. set me case lor trim
on October 31. He was released un
der a bond of $600. The horse and
hn.vo naot hv Vnlpnrln. In the al
leged transportation of the liquor
was declared forfeited to the state
by Judge Stanford yesterday and fen
order issued that they be sold at
auction by the sheriff on Monday
afternoon, September 26, at 1:30
o'clock. Valencia was arrested. Fri
day night by Deputy Sheriffs De
Witt. Blanco and Meeks after they
a nnllnn of whit mule whiskv
in the buggy which Valencia was
driving down jetrerson street
LEAVING FOR NORTH Mrs. H
A. Guild, secretary of the state child
welfare board, will leave today for
Prescott where she will make a per
sonal investigation of the cases that
have al ready been disposed of by
the board. It will be Mrs. Guild's
policy to keep in touch with the work
of each county, and the individual
cases will also receive her attention
Leaving the north, she will go to
Yuma, which is the only county in the
state that has not yet completed its
FU dye for you!
440 W. Washington
Phone me for estimates en
Cleaning and Dyeing. I will call
Worried feet canse hall t&e ills aa
BSComforta that hlruu tha mn an
i fromen of our age. . v
;lTie SchoU "FooEazer,
1 1 a remedy. It is m scientific arch irapport
DBhioD that supports the muscles and tn
ion and gives them strength to earn tk
eight cf the body at the foot arch.
It does away with all nervous and maseob
train and quickly replaces the natural elaa
acity to the f oot and prevents flat-foot witi
ts painfu1 conseqnences.
ake walkinr or taiyHns; absolutely comfort
ole. keeps shoes in shape sad gives tae mstaa
Scholl "Fool-Er" la msds
wwnnm tMlversprtss-m. lemta
, w. wm-jKijiuanB- loan less
; can tn easu supped
' ew maj SDOS.
The, do not
i Sail riianmJ
com one pair to another.
tehoU uFeot-Eaer" will aiTa too instant raiia
s wea ss rest and eomforx.
An sires for men and women. IX.SI
We are headquarters for foot com
ort and the SchoU "Foot-gazer U
ae of the principal means of convey.
M it to you. Let ua prove it.
SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY
jr x a
NEW YORK, Sept 2 Cotton
closed fi-fn at a net advance of 20
to 30 points. Spot cotton steady,
Cotton futures closed firm: Oc
tober, 19.60; December, 19.9&; Jan
uary, 19.98; March, 19.81; May,
TO SELL STOCK The Commer
cial Acceptance company of Tucson
was authorized by the corporation
commission yesterday to sell 4500
shares of preferred stock at $100 a
share, 4500 shares of common stock at
$100 and to issue 1000 shares of com
mon stock for promotion purposes.
REWARD OFFERED One hun
dred dollars reward! This 'is the
amount that the state came warden's
office has offered for information that
will lead to the arrest and conviction
of the person who was renorted To
have killed a doe and fawn during
the past week. Word of this violation
of the game law was brought to the
attention of Joe V. Prochaska, game
warden, through, a local business firm
and the warden immediately offered
FUNERAL OF L. R. WHITMER
Funeral services for L .R. Whitmer
will be held this afternoon at 4
o'clock at the Merryman chapel. The
Odd Fellows lodge of Glendale will
have charge of the services. Inter
ment will be in Forest Lawn ceme
tery. Friends and visiting Odd Fel
lows are invited to attend these serv
ices. Mr. Whitmer is survived by a
wife and family, who live in San An
ALL CLAIM INSURANCE Wheth
er the Eisenhour Motor company or
Sam Mfshkin of Globe are entitled
to the Insurance on an automohlle
purchased by Leon de la Mothe, will
be determined by the state corpora
tion commission when the matter
comes up for hearing on Wednesday.
The motor company filed complaint
against Mishkin as agent for the
North British Mercantile company.
The Eisenhour company sold a car to
De la Mothe, .the conditional sales
contract being sold to the commer
cial Credit company, of which Mish
kin is also agent The car waa de
stroyed by fire before the full pay
ment . was made and now both are
claiming the Insurance.
The predominating odor in many
oriental perfumes cornea from
beaver gland. '
From Arizona Cows"
Temts amct Cotton
We have a large supply of both and are able to supply your entire
wants. We purchased the largest supply of both these commodities ever
brought into the Salt River Valley, therefore are able to give quality
never before equalled for your money.
All sizes and weights. A size for everybody and every purpose.
Automobile Tops and
' 'ft f'
M- rff.. -irpf1 tn
ming department is in the hands of very competent men. All work and
prices are absolutely guaranteed:
Collte Mick k Harness Co.
EverytV- In Hardware and Dairy Supplies.
26-32 East Adams StiLA
Fine feathers for
Rogers Peet clothes.
"Birds" for long
and satisfactory wear.
"Knox" hats for
Fall are here, and
ready for you.
Everything in high"
quality men's wear.
HcDougaO $ Cassou
HANSON & KARLSON
737 GRAND AVE. 1
Auto and Gas Engine Mechanics
Welding and Forging
TTaL.'0 Better ftmrttstra I
r Y)V" For Vrss Monr j I
11 vrtpvoN y
J6 C WASHINGTON ST
111 Nil sin s " 1
1750. USED CAIHLS
Have been" sold in Maricopa County
CENTRAL It MADION PHONB --52i;
BE AN INVESTOR
NOT A SPECULATOR
t. -av "
suit vour individual fancies. Our automobile trim
B.l: , i:f tf'
A stylish guardian for
your car, a watch dog
for your home, and a
real lovable companion.
They know no fear and
are game to the end. Two
males and three females
out of imported matrons
for sale to good homes'.
A. K. C. pedigrees with
every puppy. . -
Glad to have you see
them at any . day-; ;
R. A. KIRK
384 N. Second Ave.
tn Examination of Eye and fitting
NORTHRUP OPTICAL CO,
t E. Adams 8t
Phone 690 For Appointment.
23-ai E. Adanta
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