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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVE3IBER 2f 1908.
11 , ,,, uiminttttt tt.i ti jnti itnK Mesa Department W. H. HOGLE, Manager H M M H4I H Ull 1 1 I 111 A LARGE GATHERING OF ' TEMPERANCE WORKERS Vrrious Organizations Cooperated in a Meeting Thursday Night. The tempt ranee services held in the Baptist church on Thursday evening were well attended. Mrs. E. V. Wil bur, president of the local W. O. T. U., presided over the meeting. After a nons service, the audience was address ed by Rev. C. Sidney M add ox. on the medal contest now being conducted by the W. C. T. U. in Arizona. J. T. Le Sueur. president of the Mormon church here, next spoke interestingly on the subject of temperance. His remarks were, followed by those of Rev. A. L. Hawley, who added timely words on the subject. Miss Stewart, who has charge f the junior department of the W. C. T. U., delivered an interesting address on the work of the juvenile members of this body. In helping to carry on this great work. The meeting: was then addressed by Miss Stickney, organizer and lecturer of the National W. C. T. U., who spoke on the general theme of temperance and its progress. HOLINESS MEETING The Holiness religious sect are mak ing arraingenients to hold a series of religious meetings in a large tent which lias been erected on the east side of South MacPonald s'reet in the space located between Everybody's Drug store and The Alhambra hotul. BIG SHIPMENT OF TURKEYS Testerday was "turkey day" at the local express office and the employes were busy during the hours of the fore noon getting the fowls ready for ship ment. They were assigned to different points In the territory. This section of the Sa'.t River valley will supply many Thanksgiving turkeys this year to other places, as large flocks were raised on manv of the ranches in this vicinity. The birds comprised one of the finest lots that has ever been ship ped out, as thev were very large and in prime condition for tabic use. ELECTRIC POLES BEING REMOVED A number of the poles which were used for the holding of the electric light wires on the north side of Main street ;;,,;, i i h ,,; ,, H"1"H 818 8 8 t I'M M' ANY a friendly contest prize is settled in favor of the man who wears the right kind of clothes. HART SCHAFFNER & MARX T make that kind of clothes: Schaffner &. Marx clothes are all wool and This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes f TP H E TOGGERY jj H"I"M I i 11 1 1 n r-H-H-fr-H-H-vl 11111111111 inillilllllll l'I GOLDEN RULE Horses Bought and Sold. . New equipment throughout. Special attention given to parties T wishing to go to Roosevelt, and a T lie will be found In front of place 8 1 8-8181 HI H"liH 1 8 MM I I i"M THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. will take yon through to Roosevelt from Mesa In ten hours. One pf the most scenic stage routes In America. F.ve relays. Phone mm for Information. Fare, $6.00. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. Candy. Candy, Candy, GO TO SMITH AND BELL FOR YOUR CANDIES, COOKIES AND EVERYTHING GOOD. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. HOLLIDAY GIFTS THE LATEST CONCEPTION OF ART AND USEFULNESS AT M. P. HOLLADAY'S Silver and Chinaware Free Trade $25.00 with us and get $2.50 worth of Silverware free, or Trade $25.00 and secure a 7-piece Dinner Set, free, or Trade $25.00, pay $2.00 and get a 42-piece Dinner Set. The Silverware is the best quadruple plates and the Chinaware of a good grade, beautifully decorated In a decalcomanlan pattern. THE LESUEUR-GIBBONS CO. MESA - ARIZONA. i h t nm iiiiiii ini i i it 1 1 1 1 Utz and Dunn's Fine Shoes FOR LADIES. We have Just received another consignment of this firm's fashiona ble Footwear for ladies. This lot includes all of the latest new de signs. , f , t., yi. ( 4 Kf. ; ..; : I I if,. '. A,-& A. Hunsakers Jnimti tt,.i it ii in 1 1 n m M'l 1 IH It H 1 IMMMHHH1IU (! HI 1 1 1 1 II H are being taken down and removed. Just irreviouR to the installation of the new motor at the Mesa Flouring mills new poles were set on the south side of the street and the wires were trans ferred and strung on them. HAS PROBABLY FOUND BROTHER Marion Jones, who arrived in the city the first of the week from his home in .Missouri intending to visit his brother Lafayette, who is now a resi dent of the valley, has probably found his relative, as he was told that Lafe was at the Stewart ranch in this vi cinity and immediately set ut for that place, hoping that at last he had suc ceeded in locating him, and as Marion has not yet returned it is surmised by friends here that he has been success ful this time. Mr. Jones did not known the exact date upon which his brother would ar rive in Mesa, and was not here to meet him, which fact, has caused the visitor considerable worry. A FINE TEN POUNDER At an early hour yesterday morning a fine baby girl, tipping the scales at the ten pound mark arrived at the home of M-. ar.d Mrs. Will A. Millett. who reside on a ranch near thTs city. The mother and little girl are doing splendidly. THE M.I. A. SERVICES TOMORROW EVENING Previous to the holding of the sepa rate class meetings of the Toung La dies Mutual Improvement association and the young men's society of the same order in Amusement hall tomor row evening, a preliminary program has been prepared and will be rendered jointly by the members of these two societies and will be composed of the following numbers: Solo Leroy Sirrine Ten Minutes Talk on Galantry Mrs. M. P. Holliday Instrumental music ...Mabel Pomeroy Solo Irene Noble St..ry Afton Clark Duet Deborah Allen. Amy Allen Recitation Theresa Maeser MR. GIBBONS DOING NICELY information received by relatives here from M. L. Gibbons who early Jn the week underwent a difficult opera tion at the hospital of St. Joseph in Phoenix, is to the effect that the pa tient is doing as well as could be ex pected and his friends hope for a speedy recover!'. 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 18 118 8 8 8 6 H for a social or business and we sell them. Hart right. all i Mil M 1 1 I H 1 I H H 11 1 II 1 14- 1 1 I H It H I 1 1 I H HI I 1 I 1 11 STABLES. horse at the disposal of the pub- of business each day. LORAN DANA, Proprietor. - H I 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1IHI-I 18 1 Ull' 1 1 1 im nn it h 1 1 1 iniimiiimnnimiiii THE SUGAR INDUSTRY GOMES ON APACE Lafayette Myers Visit His Old Friends On the South Side. Lafayette Myers, who is representing the Southwestern Sugar Co., on the South Side was In Mesa yesterday in the interest of the new sugar industry at Glcndale, and called upon several of his old friends. He was out during the morning with K. L. Mumford. Mr. Myers stated that they had already received assur ances from several of the prospective growers among the farmers that a laige acreage would be devoted to this industry In this section of the valley during the coming season. It is expected that the contracts will be here ready for signing bv Mondav next- ..iiiHtti FUNERAL SERVICES The remains of O. D. Hull, who died at the home of his sister, Mrs. A. C. Norton on Thursday last, were sent to New York, the home of the deceased, on yestorday afternoon's train. A short funeral service was held over the re mains In the parlors of Hod net t and Carr, by Rev. A. L. Hawley at 3:30 p. m. Mrs. A. C. Norton will accompany the body back east. Mr. Hull was employed in the U. S. reclamation" service. He had been in Arizona anout a year. He leaves a wife and a son and daughter, who are living in the eastern home. SPECIAL DRILL OF COMPANY D. This evening at the Armorv there will be a special drill of the members -of company D and the officers urgently request that there be a full attendance this evening, as the drill is one of im portance. AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW Methodist Episcopal. Sabbath school at 10 a.m. Morning sen-Ice, preaching at 11, subject, "Abiding forever, a rea son for some men's continued fame and usefulness." Epworth League at 7:00 p.m. Evening service at 7:45. Theme 'The Nobodies, Who They Are and What They Have Done." AH are cor dially welcomed to these services. Baptist. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Morning service at 11. Preliminary talk to boys of ten minutes, subject, "Ham mer and Nails." Theme for regular service, "The need of Christ." Evening service at 8:00 a.m. Church of Latter Day Saints, at the Tabernacle. Sunday school and Quo rum of Seventy, 16 a.m. Preaching at 2:00 p.m. In Amusement hall, Y. M. & Y. L. M. I. A. at 7:30. TEXAS INDUSTRIES, An Ostrich Farm Ranch, and a Snake San Antonio, Tex., Nov. 17. (Spe cial correspondence of The Republl- 'can.) An ostrich farm and a snake 'farm are two new and unusual in dustries Just started in this city. The ostrich ranch has gotten under way , and occupies a lteautifuily woooded : park on the banks of the San An tonio river just south of the city. It has some fifteen or sixteen of the big birds on its preserves and is a sort of show place that Is attracting the crowds of visitors. The proprietors claim that the climatic conditions here are favorable to"' ostrich growing and that the feathers find a ready mar ket at a good profit. The owners of the farm came here from California and are experienced men In the busi ness. r The snake farm Is Just being opened A GOOD BUSINESS PROPOSITION. MESA LAUNDRY for sale. Including entire plant, buildings, machinery and ONE ACRE OF LAND, with estab lished business, paying from $175 to $200 per month. For a few days can be had for SIOOO lcss than cost. Write us at once or call us tip, and let us put you next. Money. to loan plenty of it. Don't forget the "Vineyard Place." Pomeroy-Guthris Realty Go. Oldest Realty Company in Mesa. P. O. Dox 247. Phone 81. Mesa, Arizona. MESA HOTEL. European plan. Large; clean, airy ooms, Splendid dining room In con nection, under the direction of Mrs. A. W. Cornett U V. GUTHRIE, Proprietor. Alhambra Hotel Finest of rooms. Stage leaves daily for Roosevelt and Globe. mm rw m w m Every Friday Night. SKATING Every Saturday. Vance Auditorium , 1 1 1 1 1 M iM Hi 1 1 1 1 11 Largest Assortment of Postal Cards In the city GROVER'Si up. It will be conducted by George Ellis, aa old show man, formerly from Detroit, assisted by Mrs. Lulu Leeman, who was a snake charmer for many years with Rlngling Bros.1 circus. They propose to raise and propogate all varieties of snakes that have commercial value. Already San Antonio has the largest snake broker in the United States, but he merely buys and sells snakes. His agents scour Mexico and Central America and ship the snakes to this city. The owner of this unique establishment Is an Englishman and Is very secre tive about his business, not allowing the public to see the many strange and venomous montsers that he handles. The business is said to be Immensely profitable, but it is also a trifle risky, the snake merchant being just now In the hospital as a result of a rattlesnake bite. He will recover but he had a close call for his life. The promoters of the snake farm expect to supply snake skins to manufacturers, as well as live snakes to the zoos, circuses, etc. They announce that the farm will be at once stocked with 2,000 different va rieties of snakes. t o RHEUMATISM IS CURABLE Proves It a Symptom Feeble Kidneys of Get These Ingredients and Mix Them Yourself to Get Relief. Recent hospital reports show that the dread disease, rheumatism, is steadily Increasing throughout the country. All known means of relief are being suggested to save the great amount of suffering this winter, es pecially among those who are not In a position to pack up and visit the noted health resorts to be treated. Recent tests prove rheumatism not exactly a disease in itself, but a se vere symptom of kidney trouble, a condition caucsd by clogged up pores of the eliminative tissues in the kid neys which fail to filter the poisonous waste matter and uric acid from the blood, permitting these substances to remain in the veins and decompose, usually settling about the Joints and muscles, causing the intense pain, swelling and stiffness of rheumatism. The following simple home treat ment will cure Rheumatism and is harmless and inexpensive, and so sim ple that anybody can mix it at home. The ingredients are: Fluid Extract Dandelion, one ounce; Compound Kargon. one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla. three ounces. Go to any good prescription pharmacy and get these three harmless Ingredients and mix them by shaking in a bottle, tak ing as a dose a teaspoonful after each meal and again at bedtime. There is nothing better in the world for backache, kidney and bladder trouble, too. Such symptoms as fre quent and painful urination, soreness, weakness, general and nervous debil ity are caused by certain acids and poisonous waste matter, decayed tis sue, etc.. In the blood, which the kid neys will clear and purify after a few doses of this prescription. THEY CAN ONLY GO THREE FEET DEEP . I know an institution with wide, rolling fields all about it, says Mabel Potter Daggett In the November De lineator. There are exceptional privi leges here. A brook sparkles and splashes its way through the wood, and every summer afternoon at the ringing of a bell the boys are march ed down there for a swim. A placid faced lady to whose care they are en trusted selects the locality, and they may not go one bush beyond. "They dassen't go in only three feet!" pity ingly exclaimed the farmer's boy who was telling me. "Us fellows swims nine feet deep!" and he trudged off down the road whistling Joyously be tween bites of a green apple. There was a lilting note to the tune and an energetic swing to the shoulders. It takes green apples and swimming holes nine feet deep to make the best men. They know how to breast the deep places In life. Over against this picture I could see hundreds of boys marching in regular step, who all through the world are going to be limited to places three feet deep. But an institution must have its boundaries if It is bringing up boys by wholesale. The Frenchman Looked Innocent. Some time since, in a Tremont street store In Boston, a nervous little Frenchman brushed against a pretty trifle of vaseware valued at about $14 and succeeded In getting several score more pieces out of it than had gone Into its making. The floor walker led the abashed Parisian aside ami politely explained that the broken vase must be paid for. Monsieur fetched a handful of small silver and copper, mostly foreign, from his pock et when he was told the value of the trifle. "Hon Dieu," cried the Parisian, "seventy francs!" At this he took out his bill book and discovered a $50 express draft, which the floorwalker instantly seized upon, to the unspeak able horror of its owner. After deducting the value of the vase the former handed the man his change and dismissed him with a floorwalker's blessing. The express draft reached the bank, in due time, with four others, as fraudulent, but the volatile little Frenchman had de parted southward with the swallows, From the I.atest Methods of Graft," by Don. Mark Lemon, in the Bo hemian Magazine for November. Brown and white Leg horns, Barred Plymouth Rocks, R. L Red and lack Minorca eggs for setting after Sept. 15. 11.60 for 15. C W. ALEXANDER. bkCalla Dal Poultry Farmv M'tiuiiiiiiiiiiiinMiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiinitiiiiiiiiiiiiinnMiiiiiinH Tempe Department F. W. GRIFFEN, Manager IIIHIMIIIMIIMMMMMtlHMniHIIMIIMIIIMMHIIIIIIIHIIIIlHllllf II E OF RIGS Dr. Brechan's Conveyance Emerged From the Fray in a State of Col lapse. A mix up liet ween the Blinn Lumber yard delivery wagon and Dr. Brechan's rig caused considerable excitement in town yesterday a little before noon and resulted in the almost complete annihilation of the doctor's conveyance and some damage to the delivery wa gon. The accident' occurred in front of the Curry building where the new porch Is being built. The doctor's rig was tied there and Irvine Sharkey drove up with the lumber yard's outfit and pro ceeded to unload a quantity of lumber for the porch. When near the end of the load the delivery horse, a colt and rather unused to the ways of town, evidenced a sudden desire to go some where else and the doctor's rig being In the way, the colt proceeded to climb over It. He had a good start before Mr. Sharkey got hold of the lines and by that time the Brechan vehicle had suffered to the extent of a collapsed wheel, a wrecked bed and various and sundry other disasters. Having accom plished this much damage an ordinary horse would have been satisfied but the colt being tin ambitious animal started in to clear up the delivery wagon at the same time. The way It kicked was a caution to behold but Sharkey was game and stayed with the ship, though he was in momentary danger of being hurt by the colt's fly ing heels. Near Rirchett Bros', store the colt was brought to a stand still but not until the front of the delivery wagon had been kicked into splinters and the :h;i."ts Lr-tkcu. GOOD LUCK WEATHER. Local iiiinrods report fine duck shooting in the Irrigated fields south of town. Day before yesterday Chas. Murphy and a friend were successful In bagging twenty-three beautiful malards. A rancher who spent Thurs day night Irrigating reported yester day that all night long ducks were quacking in the field about him but he was too busy to pay any attention to them. PUBLIC SCHOOLS REOPEN. It was announced today that the public schools which had been closed on account of the diphtheria scare will bo reopened on Monday, unless there should be unfavorable developments in the meantime. . , The picture show will be open to night as usual but children will not be admitted. CHURCH NOTICES. Regular services at the Christian ' chjreh Sunday, but by order of the ' mayor no children under fifteen years of age will be permitted to attend. There will be regular services at the Baptist church Sunday. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.. B. T. P. V. at 7 p.m. R. L. Creal. pastor. Methodist Episcopal Church Wil bur Fi.sk. pastor. There will be no Sunday school but the public worship will be held at th ereeular hours. 11 I a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Epworth League at 6:45 p.m, A cordial invitation is extended to he public. Congregational Church Rev. D. D. Kloss will preach the sermon Sunday morning at the usual hour. The new Popular restaurant, every thing new. clean, and neat. The best of servic. l i t 1 r I 1 8 1 I I '1 11 I I 8 r I I I t i t- A. J. i Fresh, Sweet Cream i 20 CENTS PER PINT. ALSO ICE CREAM AT i Easter woods M 1 11 1 I 8 8 1 8 1 11 1 I tilt 8 III 'H'H'fW'll 8' 81 Hilllll t't' :: Club Pool Room ', ', Cigars and Tobacco ; ; 8 8 1 8 8 8 8 111 HI 8 11 H 1 8 It 1 1 8 I- Hill I t 1H I'M 11 8 8 1 1 I I 1H 1 1 t SEE THE BARGAIN HUNTER R. A. WINDER If You Want a Home. 4. Real Estate, Loans & Insurance. , i 1 1 1 8 8 1 1 1 8 8 8 11 1 111111 Ml ! mm folks J? J LIKE YOUR LETTERS M fij so write them IM j' . with a y- rf I Because They Excel 1' V J TV Pirtr h three vltm! points ! uprkrlfy urn Iwwrf i a ohaiprm. Can jo ilkrt ftoc to Mpl? romelf Laird & DinesTempe TURKEYS FOR THANKSGIVING That Locality Supplies Much of the Demand in the South and Mexico. It is pretty evident, from the number of turkeys that are being shipped out of this place, that the people of the southern part of the territory will ob ferve Thanksgiving in the proper spir it and with the customary turkey. Garfield Goodwin has cornered nearly all the turkeys in this section and within the next few Jays will ship to different points in the southern part of the territory and Mexico in the neighborhood of three hundred. Part of these will le shipped dressed and the others alive. He has b"en scouring the country for the past week and ha even ship ped in birds from Florence and from the nortn side of the river to supply the I'lms'ial cVmand. The birds are now being brought in daily and a fine lot. The south side ranchers seem to have been very succeful with them this year and are netting a neat little profit on this side line on the ranches. Turkeys at 16 cents per pound, the present market price, are good prop erty. SUNDAY SERVICES. The churches of Tempe will hold the usual Sunday services tomorrow with the exception that there will be no Sunday school and no children will be allowed at the church services. This is in accordance with an order issued by the mayor. The diphtheria epidemic Is now almost a thing of the past but until it is entirely so. the mayor pro poses to take ever)' precaution against a spread of the disease. JOE IS NO MORE. Joe, the cat that for the past eight years has made the Buck stables his homo, is no more. He passed away a few days ago from some unaccount able cause and a fitting funeral was held by the stable force that same af ternoon. LADIES EXCHANGE The ladies of the Congregational church will hold an exchange at Birch ett Bros, store tomorrow. . Finch and Carr, undertakers and em balm ers. Tempo, Phones, 131 Finch; and 179, Carr. See Dr. Swigert for correct glasses. o A new line of rubber boots lust re ceived at Hyder Bros. .jH n t t I i I t 8 1 8 1 1 1 i 1 1 8 X S6000 wil uu-v acrps near T' A near Tempe with good house, if 4. T taken before Dec. 1. Beet Land for Rent. A. B. TOMLINSON, T Notary & Real Estate Agent. T Tempe, Arizona. I it M"M"H"H If 8 1 8 1 H 8-8 18 8 8 .1,,ih 11 ill! 811118 88 8 8 8 8 8 8 8- : THE OLIVE HOTEL . . Meals, 35 cents. Pleas- ' ant, airy rooms. Free bus meets all trains. ' Special Family Rates Upon ) Application. r i l l 8 8 tit t i l l 1 8 1 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8- FOR THE THANKSGIVING TABLE. Our attractive assortment of Knives, Forks, Spoons, Cut Glass and other odd pieces, in the most artistic pat terns and In plain patterns to meet the requirements of every different taste, will solve the problem for you. FRANK LA MONT, Jeweler and Optician. It 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 1 8 1 8 8 1 8 8 8 8 111 .a Come In and hear our new 4. Improved Edison Phonograph T with the new fonr minute Am- T brole records. The greatest In- 3. vention of the age. GOODWIN'S NOVELTY STORE s,l l l.,.,,n.,H, il i t i n i, H nil 81 OUT GLASS The best assortment in Tempe for Christmas Presents and presents for other occasions. See our south window, next to the post office. HarmersDrug Store-Tempe H4H-H-W'll'8'l8 i ;"l"t"H'41 8 1 8 Lily Milk I Pacific Creamery CompanjTempe, Arizona 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 i n n n TTlTl 1 1 m 1 1 iTTTTTl 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 IF YOU ARE LOOKING I Child's School Shoe i WE HAVE IT FOR YOU. JUST RECEIVED A BIG LINE.' W. LUKIN CASH STORE RECLAMATION WORK Cylinders Being Sunk in the Riverbed For the Power Line. H. J. Robichaux and the M P. bridge and building gang are at pres ent engaged in doing some work for the reclamation service near the old M. & P. bridge. The work consists In sinking two cylinders for the power transmission line. These cylinders are well out in the riverbed and will be put down to bed rock. Just how much of a task this will be can not he told until bed rock is reached. Some piling has already been driven to a depth of twenly-five feet and no bed rock has been found as yet. Tho cylinders are five feet In diameter and will be filled with concrete, making a good firm foundation for the towers that will be erected on them. A force of ten men is engaged in the work and as yet only a few prelim inary steps have been made. A wing dam is being extended a few feet In order to protect the first cylinder as much as possible. RELATIVES COMING. Miss Margaret ! Cosgrove, who for some weeks past has been critically ill at the home of Dr. Blome. is little improved. Her brother and sister have been with her for the past few weeks and yesterday her mother and another brother were telegraphed. It is thought that they left their home in Morris. Ills., the same day and will probably be here the first of the week. BEET MAN HERE. Lafayette Myers, now with the Southwestern Sugar and Land -com pnny. spent yesterday on the south side looking over the beet situation. Though spending but a short time here yesterday Mr. Myers stated to the reporter that he was well pleased with the outlook here. He finds that the farmers are showing a great deal of confidence in the new company and that there is every indication that the desired acreage in this vicinity will be signed up. NEWS NOTES. The city will have water for irriga tion rurposes next Monday at 12:30 p.m. William Goodwin has as yet been unable to locate his Coolie pup that either strayed away or was stolen. He has increased the reward for the re covery of the dog to $10. V. H. McXeff of Fhocnlx spent yes terday afternoon here. Miss Emma Miller, whose critical ill ness in Phoenix has been mentioned from time to time, was reported some what better yesterday. Registered at the Casa Loma yester day were the following named: J. J. Phillips, Albuquerque: R. Johnston. Los Angeles and J. F. Cutter, San Francisco. C V. Alexander is closing out his hogs and has a few brood sows to farrow soon that he will sell at the market price. m i ; : : i m 1 1 n : i H-H-t-i-H-i- t The proof of the pudding is T in tho eating. Eat some of the X Pur Food Grocer lot we are f selling and you will be con vinced that this is the place to trade. t I Arizona Mercantile Co. M-1M H 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 1 8 1 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 MOVING PICTURES Tuesday and Saturday. SKATING Wednesday and Friday. Goodwin Theatre 'M I 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 I t 8 1 H1111H11 8 8 8 8 8 8 1 M 8 8 8 8 8 8 Will 8 8 1 81 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 n III 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 FOR A GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL TEMPE. ARIZ. I H)HHI1 1 8 8 T I I I I I 81 H-H 11 M i l l 1 I I 1M 11 8 1 Mill 1 8118 HH1 A HiUM WI H'