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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX. . SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1921 i V, A X - i f ! , -1 A ) 'OOGTORS'DIT ROTARY IS MEETING OF MUCH IfiTEREST Tutors' Iay" at the Rotarv club .- wane yesterday brought a program f mh.us. but interesting talks, with wiu. h Koi advice tending to the ":tnnnc of health. Not only er the speakers all doctors, but the rn airman of the daw was a doctor, "wfc. lr. William A. Schwartz per frmir.ff that riutv vpntprdnv 1r- 1- Payne Palmer nrefaced his! a ire? with a certain talk in which he iui that one-third of all the work one bv the average physician is rrarity, but that In this charity work he (tets his greatest enjoyncnt and it brines him his frreatest return in the Miisf action of service done for hu tnarity. "The man who works for money slone," declared Dr. Palmer, "is a failure to the world and to himself." I "--cause this National Cancer W'wk. October 30 to November 5, diirinc. which time in practically every town and city In tho country the subject of cancer is being pre jritei fr educational purposes, Dr Vniincr took that for his subject yes terday. He said in rart: t'nwr is not a "blood" disease ia the beKinninir. It is only a local tore or lump which can be com pletely taken away so that it will I e as if the cancer had never existed. Hist th!i Tniist be rfrmo In timA ffir later it will spread to all part's of the cystoscope (a wonderful littlt the body and then you cannot set rid of it. Thus far we have not dis covered its cause the cause why certain cells of the body grow wild. AVe know only the effects. Also, we know something about what precedes a cancer. We even appear to know what might be the exciting cause of the sickness. For instance, we know that long continued irritation is apt to be followed by a malignant growth at the point where the irritation was. Cancer of the lip appears in pipe smokers nrobablv from frequent, slight burns; from the presence of the smoke itself, from the irritation of a rough pipe stem. It may occur, from the irritation of a sharp tooth, ; and this irritation will be increased by the use, of tobacco upon the sore spot. "Probably the most important thing that we can do to prevent the formation of cancer, is to avoid all forms of chronic, persistent irrita tion. Also to remove chronic or long existing ulcers, ., cracks, sores and warts or birthmarks which change in appearance or grow larger, with out waiting to see whether they are cancer or not "Blood in the case of cancer of the organs of men ia always an alarm ins symptom. It may come from any part of the urinary tract, from the kidneys down. It by no means signi fies cancer, but in many cases cancer is the cause. The disease is usually in the kidney, the Bladder, or in the nrostate. which is the neck of the bladder. Here, as in other parts of tho hndv nam is rarely an important early symptom. The appearance of blood may be the first sign that the natient has already far ad.vanc.ea cancerous disease. Blood in the urine of a man simply means that the cause must be ascertained Thanks tu the X-ray. and thanks to ORES for Industrial UP Week The coming week is going to be a busy one for Phoenix. Many out of town visitors will throng the stores and streets, and.it behooves you to buy your fall clothes today, before the crowds come. Buy now, while Autumn stocks are complete and broader selections are possible. - : ; New Fall Suits are featured here at prices ranging from A recognized Quality Car and one of the "Standards of the World" is now selling in Phoenix at the following re duced prices. Roadster, 3 -Passenger ..... .$1495 Touring, 5-Passenger . . .$1545 Touring, 7-Passengeir $1645 Sport Car, 5-Passenger ... . .$1695 Coupe, 4-Passenger . . ..$2295 Sedan, 5-Passenger .$2595 Prices includes Ccrds and Alemites. A glance at the car will convince you of its tremendous value a few minutes behind the wheel and you will want to drive it always. Phone 4261 for a demonstration or see the cars on display either at the Grand Central Market or at the R. D. Roper Motor Co. DISTRIBUTORS 402-12 North Central Ave. Ill III 1 1 1st III t Hi Zj e J LU ''trovJll II t II: 1 1 i II III I " til! Hirsh Wickwire A Zz&h Clothes tSrW I Wilson Bro,. naoeraasnery 7eYd. New Hats New Haberdashery New Prices I(.Ii.A,.-all..E,fS J BacktoPrewarPric.es I telescope with which we can see all over the bladder, including the open ings from the kidneys) the diagnosis of this disease is becoming more and more certain, and even if the blood happens to be due to something else, surely this does not make it less important to know its origin. 1 want to tell you about a disease which causes nearly as much or even as much misery to the patient, and quite as much sufferirg to tho fam ily as cancer, and this disease is known as carniophobia the fear of cancer. After all. 'The coward dies a thousand deaths, the Crave man but one,' and he who passes through life looking for trouble may find it in the end, but he will have had a long, wretched search for what he does not wish to discover. Tou have done vour part when you insist upon a careful physical examination, if you fear or suspect cancer. You are doina altogether too much if you in sist upon an examination or two every day or two." "The following points should be es pecially remembered: "Cancer is not a "blood disease' but always starts as a local affair. Hence it can always be cured by removal if discovered and treated early enough. "Cancer in the beginning may cause no pain or other symptoms of ill health. "Cancer is probably not hereditary. "Cancer is not contagious, ia the usual, sense of the word. "The cancer patient must learn to seek treatment as promptly as a pa tient with appendicitis, and by so do ing can obtain a complete cure from the disease. "Cancer is. unfortunately, a com mon disease. More than 90,000 per sons succumb every year in our great country. In contrast . with tubercu losis a disease which may attack us at any age-Vcaneer nearly always appears after full adult life. That means that about 85 per cent of these deaths accur at ages of more than 45 years. So just when you are free from the first struggle for success, and are ready to take things a little easier than you did; w'hen the boys and girls are growing up, and you don't have to- know just exactly how much change you have in your pocket, the dairger of this terrible disease appears, and takes a toll of one death out of every ten deaths. Among women the proportion is about one in eight against one in every fourteen men within this so called 'cancer age." Between the ages of 35 and 45, three times as many women as men die of cancer, and be tween 45 and 55, twice as many. For reasons which it is difficult to make perfectly clear, it appears that the death rate from cancer in the United States has risen from 62.9 per 1,000 population in 1900 to 81.6 in 1917. Some investigators be lieve that this apparent increase is due in part to a more frequent recog nition of the disease. It is sufficient ly disquieting to know that there is any suspicion of increase in the mor tality from this dreaded malady when so much has been done to im prove public health conditions. But in contrast with the increase in can cer there is also the undoubted fact that many more persons are cured of this trouble than ever before. . It would indeed be hard if we did not have something to show for all the effort which has been applied to the study of cancer, and if the percent age of cures will only increase, the percentage of deaths is bound to fall. 'Some years ago a group of emi nent physicians and lay people got together and decided that they would form the Amercian Society for the Control of Cancer. The society tries to reach as many sa possible through all the agencies at its command; and to reach as many as possible through through the medical societies. It tries to reach the public through boards of health, insurance companies, worn en's clubs, and other agencies and is endeavoring to bring to the people me message oi hope that cancer i: curable in a majority of cases if treated early. These facts are being established by tho work of research laboratories and hospitals and the improving statistics of clinics, insur ance companies and public authori lies. Dr. D. D. Northrup gave & short talk on thej fourth principle of the Rotary code o ethics: "To hold that the exchange of my gods, my service and my ideas for profit is legitimate and ethical, provided that all parties in tne exchange are benefitted there by." An interesting feature of the pro gram was a service talk by Dr. R. C. Fowler. Up until recently, he said, dentists had been occustomed to treating and saving all teeth possible and, felt satistied with their work Then came the X-Ray and upset all their previous ideas, examination showing that many of the teeth treated were diseased; that they had a oaa enect on the health of the ner son. It is now conceded, he declared, that many of the ills of men are du to bad teeth. Dentists therefore have ceased to treat all teeth. Dr. Fowltr declared, ana extracted many which they for meny attempted to save. Cleanliness, Dr. Fowler urged, is the only way to prevent decayed teem, a clean tooth cannot decay ne eaia. ue said that cleanliness-of the teeth should be constantly urged and practiced at home and at the scnoois. Mrs. Castleton sang two songs de O Streets Are Taking On Gala ress In Preparation For The Great Industrial Week With the city streets fast assuming gala appearance as the result of the work of the decorating commit tee, with exhibitors workintr fever- shly and at high tension at the big industrial exposition tent, marked progress is being made in the clos ing preparations for Industrial Week, November 7 to 12. Exhibitors worked until midnight last night get'ing their displays in readiness, and many have completed their labors with the exception of finishing touches. Others will start preparations today, and all of today and tomorrow the "big top" will be tne scene or lively action. Announce ment was made last night that all exhibitors will be expected to com plete their displays by Sunday night at the latest, allowing Monday mor ning to be used in the preparation of tne noor. tne show will open Mon day at 1 p. m. The baby show, which had been planned as a morning attraction, has been caned off, owing to the fear that the exposure of the infants in the big tent might result in some taking cold. Owing to the shortness of the time in which to arrange some oiner location, ana in view o tne large number of other features with which each day's program will be POLICE Oil TRAIL OF UiES crowded, it was decided to dispense day. with this one department, though regrets were expressed by members of the executive committee that the original idea could not be carried out. Many Floats Entered A large number of entries of floats and decorated cars were received yesterday afternoon by T. W. Temp- ske, chairman ot tne parade" com mittee. "Still they come," he ex claimed, in summing up the develop ments of the day. "If this Armistice day parade keeps on growing it's going to be long enough to reach from Tempe to Phoenix." Chairman Tempske added that all persons or concerns contemplating participation in the parade, either by float or decorated car or otherwise. should notify him at committee headquarters before 5 p. m. Saturday. All entries will be closed at that hour as it is necessary to arrange the var ious divisions and other details. Two more booth spaces at the ex position were disposed of yesterday, leaving only two. One of these is a pergola booth with frontage on four sides.. The other is a good sized area along the side, and is especially suit able for a music concern or for an implement house. Word was received today that the company of eleven professional style models would arrive in Phoenix Mon- is located beside the walk on the east side of the court house, just opposite the windows of the supervisors' office. This tree, Mr. Cotton said, always blooms in the spring and never in the fall. Blossoms on the tree are di vided and known as male and female. The court house plaza now presents its winter coat of grass, which was recently put in. The summer Ber muda grass was removed recently and rye grass sown for a winter lawn. Mr. Cotton is now engaged in mowing the new lawn for the first time. The w;lk and tree borders or winter flowers have been retarded by the continued warm weather, but will be sprouting soon. Sweet elysian and candy tops will be the main winter flowers On the plaza. Mr. Cotton also is trying out geraniums in the yard for the first time. One of the most beautiful features of the court house plaza and one which has caused a run on local flor ists for bulbs, according to Mr. Cot ton, are the two large Queen's Wreath vines, 'one covering the palm tree in the west enclosure and the' other covering the southeast corner of the court house. The vine begins to bloom about the middle of June and the pink cluster flowers remain until the vines die late in the fall. Both vines are still preen and covered with blooms and daiiy Mr. Cotton answers many inquiries from tourists and citizens about them. o Senator Cummins Denies Rail Men Treated Unfairly Republican A. P. Leased Wire WASHIXGTOX. Nov. 3 Sugges tion that the railroad brotherhoods representatives had not been treated fairly in the senate interstate com merce committees general inquiry into railroad problems today drew a heated denial from Senator Cummins, Republican of Iowa, chairman, during hearings on bills to restore rat powers. The statements, made by Benjamiu C. Marsh, managing director oi th Farmers" National Council, were de clared by Senator Cummins to be "absolutely false." Senator Cummins said the brother hoods' witness had been called, but the brotherhoods twice asked a post ponement. Reduction of railroad employes' wages, was urged by S. II. Cowan, representing livestock producers' organizations. 'Say It With DIAMONDS" MACK GARDNER 45 North Central King of Diamonds it SUNK III As a preliminary effort to keep the city free from undesirable during In dustrial week, members of the police department have started an investi gation of all loiterers about the rail road depots, poolrooms and other public places. This precaution on the part of the police led to the arrest and convic tion of three vagrants yesterday. From the evidence introduced in po lice court it appeared that all of the trio were in Phoenix to create trou ble. They are believed to be fore runners of others of the same char acter who will be attracted to the city by the big event. John C. Brown, alias F. Williams, and irank McAllister both drew sen tences of 30 days in jail from Judge l nomas in police court yesterday. They were arrested by Inspector Crowe, who testified that one of the pair had a complete set of pass kevs and admitted haying served time "in some of the best jails in the coun try. Mattie Disalvis also drew the short month sentence when found guilty of vagrancy. When Disalvis arrived in Phoenix his entire bag gage, entuorage and equipment con sisted of one pair of brass knucks. ST" RIOT OF SON, CDLOR ' . AND PBETTY GIRLS Musical comedies with the ."orig inal New York cast" have been an nounced for Phoenix in the past, only to prove disappointing when they arrived. But it remained for Fan chon and Marco's "Sun-Kist' com pany last night at the Klks theater to show the people of this city what a New York company and what a first class production really i3 like. High class from start to finish, sparkling, snappy, gorgeous in its staging and costuming, tuneful in every note of the musical numbers so new and catchy as to keep every ear strained not to miss a bar of the many delightful ones, "Sun-Kist" is a show far ahead of anything of the kind ever seen in Phoenix. The company and the production is a high class one, don't mistake that fact. It has singers and dancers and an aggregation of girls who are on a par with the rest of the Bhow. Who would expect to hear such a voice in a musical comedy company as that of Miss Charlotte Woodruff who sings "Lo, Hear the Gentle Iark" in a manner that is truly a delight. Or such a real talented young girl as that pretty littlo bru nette Helen Kennedy who sings and dances and also plays the violin splendidly. There are two dancers. Layman and Kling, who are a whole show in themselves. Go and see if you ever saw better ones. The comedy, and there is a world of it, is real comedy, furnished prin cipally by Dell Chain, Don Barclay and Hyman Meyer. It is not quite so coarse as musical comedy comedians usually provide and there isn t a word in the whole show which could possibly offend., for it isn't that kind. Don Barclay in funny before he says a word, and Dell Chain assists him materially. Hyman Meyer caused many laughs. Barclay and Chain have a "mind-reading" stunt which is a scream. The show moves fast. From the first note from Reuben Wolffs cor netwho by the way is a bear on that instrument until the glittering finale there isn't a dull minute. There is so much in the program it is im possible to mention near all of it. and there are so many big numbers, all so delightful, that it's just a riot of fun and color and music. All this is intended to convey the intelligence that "Sun-Kist,'' the show at the Klks, is a big treat, and if you miss it you miss the best show of the kind that has been here. It will be .at the Eliks this afternoon and tonight, and the fclks theater should be packed at both perform ances and probably will. The verdict of the audience last night is Just an endorsement of what has been said of this show wherever it has ployed, from the Globe theater in New York city all the way across the country to Phoenix. LAND DEPARTMENT RECEIPTS, 544.457 The state land department in a statement of receipts for the month of October issued yesterday showed $44,457.14 turned over to the state treasurer. The amounts received were distributed over sales, interest and rentals, and fees as follows: Sales Jt4.532.44 Interest and Rental 23.30'i.fi2 Fees 6.622.0S Total paid State Treasurer. $44. 457.14 The total amount taken in by the department since the first of the year amounts to $416,111.69.. FREAKS OF H'ATURE ilUlil PLANTS IIS COURT HO S E YARD Two freaks of nature have been discovered in the court house plaza, according to Fred Cotton, court house gardener. They are the blooming out of season of some poinsettia bushes and two carob trees, often known as the "Tree of Life." One of the carob trees. Mr. Cotton said, is in full bloom, while the other is just beginning to bud. The poinsettia bushes are cov ered with buds and will be in full bloom in about a week. The poinsettias are about two months in advance, as the flower is always ill full blossom about Christ mas time. The poinsettia bushes now in bud are located in the west front enclosure on the court house plaza and along the west side of the court house. The caroD tree in full blossom SATURDAY'S CANDY SPECIALS Best Grade- liter ' A ' A s weet ocolates watch for our specials every Saturday per pound DONOFRIO CONFECTIONERY COMPANY OS eernp -Up View I ioymeiiit The letters from the trenches used to bring home to us the realities of war more strongly than pages of official reports. Neither can the whole truth about unemployment be learned, from columns of Labor Department statistics, reports of the Unemployment Conference, or even from the formal statements of such well-informed men as Herbert Hoover and Samuel Gompers. While the editor of a trade union paper in Bridgeport, or South Omaha, may not be able to make an elaborate analysis of nation-wide unemploymenthe does have something to tell us about the proportion of jobs to workers in his own city. And this editor is also likely to have a very definite idea of what ought to be done ab out it. To bring together for LITERARY DIGEST readers these various close-up views, and thus to give a more vivid realization of what those n earest the workers think about the lack of work, THE DIGEST has asked several kundred labo r editors to tell whether they find things growing better or worse, and what remedies they would recommend. As a whole, the answers, which form the basis of the leading news-feature this week and which come from thirty States and forty important industrial cities- bring cheer, for they seem to show that the Unemployment Conference program for immediate relief is sue ceeding, ahd that the situation is improving. Other striking news-articles of importance in THE LITERARY DIGEST this week (No vember 5th )are: Glens Falls Football Team Makes Record Republican A. P. Leased Wire GLENS FALLS. N. Y., Nov. 4. j The Glens Falls high school football J eleven has established what is con sidered a record by making 290 points in six games without . being scored against. SALT LAKE-CITY. Nov. 4 In the season of 1919 the East high school football team of Salt Lake scored 551 points in nine games. In the first six games of that season they scored 381 points. They were not scored upon in the season. The best meals, the best cookine the best service, the nicest resident d'ning room in tho ritv Wnnrlford Hotel, under new management. 33:! X. Second Ave. adv. m IN THE NURSERY "Willie." "Yes. mamma .' j " hat in the world are vou pinch I ing baby for Let him alone." "Aw. I ain't doin' nothin'. "We're U 1 only pluyin' automobile, an' he's th' horn." Times-Dispatch. APPREHENSIVE "This is a fashionable grillroom." ' "Yes, Tessie, all the other ladies are smoking." ' So I see. Do you think they will put us out for not smoking?" Courier-Journal. Mr. Harding's British-American "Doctrine" The Forlorn Hapsburg Hope The Anarchists and Our Ambassador Must Uncle Sam Forgive His Debtors? Chinese Labor Organizing Peril of "Empty Australia" Japan's "Official" Propaganda A Plan to Give Each Man a Job to Fit His Brains Tracking Criminals by Their Pores Woman's Friend, the Corset Actors Bilking Shakespeare Dull Teaching of History in Our Schools? The Dispute Over the Holy Land Protestant Growth in France A Drive to Recruit Catholic Youth New Side-Lights on T. R. After Klondike Gold With Jack London Knickerbockers for Women, as Viewed by Mere Man News of the. Latest Books Are We All Lazy? Topics of the Day . Striking Illustrations, Including Humorous Cartoons Hon. FRANK W. MONDELL, Floor Leader of the House of Representatives, Wash ington, D. 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