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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19,4914
TIME OF DEPARTURE AND AR
RIVAL OF TRAINS.
6:05 a, m. For Tucson, El Paso and
8:10 a. m. For Tempe, Mela and
1:40 a. m. For Tempe, Mela and
:15 p. m. For Los Angeles "Coast
1:30 p. m. For Tempe, Mesa and
7:10 p. m For Chicago, Kansas City,
New Orleans and Los An
:J5 a. m. From Los Angeles and
8:10 a. m. From Tempe, Mesa and
11:10 a. m. From California and
1:00 p. m. From Mesa, Tempe and
6:25 p. m. From Winkelman.
10:10 p. m. From Chicago, Kansas
City and St. Louis.
Arrivals 1:10 p. m.
Departure 9:10 a. m.
7:45 a. m. For Ash Fork, Chicago
6:20 p. m For Los Angeles; West.
5:35 p. m. For Ash Fork, Chicago
7:35 a. m. From Los Angeles; West
8:50 a. m. From Ash Fork, Chicago
9:55 p. m. From Ash Fork, Chicago
AUTOMOBILE III TABLE
Quicker and cheaper than train
Fare, Globe, $15; $25 round trip
Leaves daily at 8:30 a. m.; arrives
Roosevelt 2 p. m.'; Globe and Miami,
4:30 p. m. Passengers collected
from any part of the city. Tickets
at Adams and Ford Hotels and
Shaw's Smoke House. W. A. HILL,
Prop., 2S N. Second Ave.
A beautiful 80-Acre
Near Mesa City
Well fenced, sandy loam, in excel
Price $135 Per Acre TERMS.
For particulars see
Jesse F. Kelly, flgt.
Call and see the Racycle, the best
wheel made. I carry a large line
of Eacycles, Bicycles and Bicycle
Supplies. Repairing quickly done.
THE BICYCLE MAN
25-27 East Adams
THE RACYCLE STORE
TOM & SING'S
Regular Meals, 35 Cents
Short Orders All Night.
26 North Center, Phoenix.
Get your order Jn now. The best
stock ever shipped to Arizona.
T. M. MELVILLE NURSERIES
Phoenix and Chandler
1st & Polk St. Alabama St
SOUTH SIDE NEWS
Horace B. Griffen, agent for
Tempe, will care for news, sub
scriptions and advertising in the
Tempe department. Office with
A. Nielson & Co.
DOYLE BROS. OF TUCSON
BET SEWER CONTRACT
Providing Sewer Bonds are Voted.
Joint Citizens and Council Commit
tee on Lighting System.
the lodge are being invited in to wit
ness this evening's program which will
consist chiefly of some of the latest
lodge ceremonies which have come into
use with the issuance of the new ritual.
CRUSOE PICTURES TONIGHT
Motion pictures of Robinson Crusoe,
and his adventuresome life, while an
inhabitant of the South Sea Islands,
will be presented in three reels at this
evenins's show at the Goodwin theater.
"The Kid", a reel of one thousand feet
in lrngth, is the first number of the
With the acceptance of the bid for
the construction complete by Doyle
Bros, of Tucson for the sum of $32,
050.03, the proposed sewerage system
for Tempe now lacks but the approval
of the people to make it a certainty.
Just as fast as legal steps will permit
action will be taken towards the bond
election, which makes it quite appar
ent that if the bonds are voted, the
sewer will be installed complete within
the next six or eieht months. )
The session of the city council on
Monday evening, which was purposely
called to consider the sewerage bids,
was a short one. A number of en
gineers seeking to bid on one part and
another of the system were present but
beyond presenting their points accomp
lished nothing for their trouble. With
all four of the present active members
of the council in their places, the ses
sion came to order at 7:30. A general
survey of the situation was taken and
a half hour later the council went into
secret session with the engineers.
While bids of a lower price were
made, the councils' choice after a de
tailed investigation of each and every
one, laid with Doyle Bros.' bid for
$32,0."0.03, including the use through
out the system of vitrified pipe. Doyle's
bid also specifies the use of the electro-chemical
sewerage disposal plant,
originally designed by Frank Curt Mil
ler and now in practical and most sat
isfactory use by a number of the Cali
fornia coast towns. Miller, the son of
C. W. Miller of Tempe, and during his
early school days, a Tempe young
man, has made good with his electro
chemical disposal plant, only put into
practical use but a year or two ago, to
such an extent that this means of sew
erage disposition is now being employed
in connection with the construction of
nearly all the systems in the south
west. Next In line with the council is ihe
enaction of an ordinance calling the
bond election, same to be held within
the next twenty or thirty clays.
Providing the bonds are voted, the
council looks for no trouble in making
a satisfactory sale of them. Even be
fore now, inquiries have been made
with a view to purchasing the bonds,
so that nothing lies in the way of the
construction of the sewer system by
The municipal ownership of a light
ing system, alFo up before the council
for attention at the Monday night ses
sion, has been placed in the hands of a
citizens committee and the council, ex
cluding the mayor. The report of the
citizens committee was heard at the
meeting and the committee continued
with the necessary instructions from
the council. Since it will take several
months to get things in shape to call
a bond election for the lighting system,
the sewerage matters will in no way
be connected with electricity troubles.
But at that the committees In charge
of he lighting system are going ahead
with their work. Telephone communi
cations with Secretary Van der Veer
of the Salt River Valley Water Users'
Asociation, yesterday, has arranged
for a meeting at an early date between
counsels from that organization and
Tempe that they may get together on
a contract rate for the supply of Elec
tric power to the town from the plant
on the north side of the river.
NORMAL BEATS EVANS.
In one of those kind of games where
one team does just as it pleases at the
bat, on the bases, and in the field and
concludes the contest with the big end
of a one sided score to its credit, the
Tempe normal nine took it out of the
El Rancho Bonito lads on the local
diamond Tuesday evening. The score
at the end of the eighth inning when
the Evans boys gave it up as a bad job
was something like 15 to 5. Fandom
in Tempe is now centering its interest
about the game of next Saturday after
noon when the norma and Tempe high
teams will clash. With a practice
game each to their credit and extra
hard practice on this week by both
the teams, the game bids fair to set
the standard for this season.
Mr. Gibbons at Everybody's Drug
Store will care for subscriptions,
advertising, and news of the
Mesa department, rhono 231 and
men and who. has done more for
the cause of better cattle in this
valley than any. other one man, will
leave about the first of next month
on a stock-buying expedition. He
lias orders for a number of Hol
steins and Guernseys which he will
attempt to fill from the prize hortls
of the east.
TO HOLD MEETING
NO FEET too large or too small for
Hyder to fit. Advertisement. It
Enthusiasts Hope to Be Able to Pull
Off Poultry Show This Season
Rooms Papered or calcimined $4
and up. We carry our own stock
CAVILEER & CO,
WHEN YOU HAVE ANY
DONE, SEE THAT THIS
Is on It, or that It Is done by
one of the firms below, who
are entitled to use it.
ARIZONA STATE PRESS
R. A. W ATKINS
THE QUALITY PRESS
(Signed) Label Committee
SATURDAY MASS MEETING.
The Tempe grammar school board
has called a meeting of the tax payers
of district No. 3 for Saturday after
noon of this week at three o'clock at
the grammar school building for the
purpose of deciding upon the location
for the proposed new building. The
members of the board have two or
three sites under consideration and
they deem it proper for the tax pay
ers in general to have a voice in the
making of the final selection. Every
one who is interested in Tempo's
schools should be present.
LADIES' AID MEETING
The regular meeting of the Ladies'
Aid will be held in the Odd Fellows
hall tomorrow ninht. A special pro
gram will be given', including panto
mime. Refreshments will lie served
and a good time is ar.surcd a'l who
attend. A nominal fee will be ch'ii';; d
Raising chickens is one of the most
important industries in the Mesa
section yet strange to say there has
never been an organization of poultry
men nor has there ever been an ex
hibit of poultry held in Mesa. At
last a meeting has been called which
will have for its object putting on a
poultry show in Mesa some time this
spring and what is of more import
ance, the awakening of interest
among poultrymen throughout this
Phoenix has recently pulled off a
very successful poultry show wherein
there were ninety varieties of birds
entered and over two thousand in
dividuals. Mesa, when it comes to
pure bred chickens is probably able
to compete with any other section of
the state. At any rate at the recent
poultry show, one breeder alone, Ed
gar M. LeBaron, took ten birds to
the show and brought home seven
blue ribbins, two reds and one white.
The meeting Saturday will be held
in the commercial club rooms and
will be called to order by W. V
Carney, the well known breeder re
siding two miles east of Mesa on
the Florence road. It is urged that
every individual interested in grow
ing better poultry be present at the
meeting and give an expression as to
how best to promote the interests of
the poultrymen in the valley. This
is a very important industry and it
is essential that a fair representa
tion lie present in order to give the
proper encouragement to the association.
LEAVES FOR HOME
S. M. Walton, who came to the
valley several months ago, will leave
for his old home in Spring Valley.
Ohio, this morning. Mr. Walton for
a time was connected with the Salt
River Valley bank in the book-keeping
GAYTHER INFANT BURIED
The 3-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Gayther, residing on
the W. J. Clemans ranch six miles
southwest of Mesa, died yesterday
morning about 1:00 o'clock and was
buried yesterday afternoon in the
HERE FROM PINE
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fuller and
children are visiting friends in Mesa.
They reside in the Pine valley.
The Leons in mental telepathy at
the Majestic last night attracted
considerable attention. They per
formed several clever stunts in mind
reading and were liberally applaud
ed. The two-reel pictures in con
nection with the I.cons were also
LEAVE SOON FOR CHICAGO
('has. F. Brush, proprietor of the.
Hub, expects to leave for Chicago
within a few days on a purchasing
trip for his store.
FIRE AT SUPERIOR
The information was brought to
tins' place yesterday that a rooming
house belonging to Mrs. Claud Han
cock of Superior had been complete
ly destroyed by fire with all the
contents and that the loss would
total over $j,0OO with no insurance.
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The Bath Tub Is
without the water. How many times have
you said to yourself "Now (or the luxury of a
hot bath" only to discover, subsequently, lhat
the water was more nearly cold than hot.
Would youlike to change
Do you want a system that will ensure a con
stant, unlimited supply of pure, scalding hot
isatet night or day at a moment's notice-
no preparation no delay no excessive ex
pense? If so, call at our showroom and see the
in operation. The Grculating Thermostat and
Sectional Copper Heating Coils eliminate ex
cessive cost, worry and annoyance. Call to
morrow. If you can't call, phone or write,
u)c 11 send facts.
PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO.
EVERYTHING in shoes and hosiery
at Hyder's. Advertisement. It
NORMAL BIDS HUNG UP
Just what procedure will be taken
in connection with the construction
of the new industrial arts building
on the Normal school campus yet
remains to be discovered. With bids
under advisement from the meeting
of Friday night, the board of educa
tion of the Normal in special ses
sion on Monday evening, failed to
make any disposition of the trouble.
Bids so far offered on the construc
tion of the building are so far above
the first estimated cost, that the
whole job is hung up. The Monday
evening session of the board was all
FESH FISH on sale today at the
Pioneer Meat Market. Try them. Ad
K. P. FESTIVITIES TONIGHT
In commemoration of the fiftieth an
niversary of the Knights of Pythias
order, Tempe Lodge No. 26 will hold a
golden jubilee celebration at the Odd
Fellows hall this evening. It is an open
house occasion and as such friends of
M, Ellingson & Sons
Dealers in Hay and Grain,
Seed Grain, Seed Oats,
Feed Oats, Rolled Barley,
Alfalfa Seed, Grain Bags,
Open Day and Night
Conboy Drug Company
Eiverytmng in Drugs.
Corner Adams and First
WEATHER FOR THE WEEK
Maximum and minimum tempera
tures of the weather for each day
during the week Feb. 9 to 15 in
clusive were taken as follows at the
Tempe entomological laboratory:
Date Min. Max.
Feb. 9 32 TS
Feb. 10 34 85
Feb. 11 44 79
Feb. 12 34 80
Feb. 13 34 78
Feb. 14 36 77
Feb. 15 48 80
LITERARY DEPT. MEET
An entertaining ami instructive
program has been arranged by the
literary department of the Tempe
Woman's club for the regular month
ly meeting to be held the coining
Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
W. G. Dr-vore, Mill avenue and Sev
enth street. "Indian Arts and
Crafts" will be handled by Mrs. De
vore ;iand Mrs. Howard Brown, the
former to speak of "Baskets," and
the latter the various other arts of
the Indians. Mrs. R. E. Dunlap will
discuss "The Educational Indian." A
reading by Miss Gertrude York, a
paper on "Indians of Arizona," by
Mrs. O. C. Watson and roll call with
quotations from "Hiawatha," will
complete the program. The literary
department will continue in its study
of "Our Country" during the club
THE VERY LATEST styles in ladies'
pumps, colonials, Mary Janes and Ox
fords at Hvder Bros.' Advertisement.
PRESCRIPTION WORK Is a spe
cialty with us that places our
store A Class.
EVERYBODY'S DRUG 8TORE
TEMPE KrGH PRELIMINARIES
The preliminaries to choose the
representatives of the school in the
state wide high school declamatory
contest held annually at the Normal
school under the auspices of the
Tempe Normal Student, will be held
by Tempe high in the auditorium on
Friday evening, Feb. 27th. Four con
testants are in line for the honor this
year. Miss Ada Turner. Miss Nevada
Turner, Miss C'arriebell Parker and
Harry Steele. Intermixed with the
selections by these people will be
five numbers given by the glee club
of the school. At a little later date
Tempe high will also stage its pre
liminaries to pick the representative
I singer and speaker to participate in
the annual contests during Univer
sity week at Tucson. Interest over
both the coming events at the school
is arousing considerable enthusiasm
which bids fair to place a contestant
in the ring that will make one and
all hustle to oust Tempe high from
first place honors,
GOVERNOR HUNT COMING
Through the instrumentality of
Professor Robertson, Governor Hunt
has been secured to make :n address
before the pupils of the high school
tomorrow afternoon at 2: 30 - o'clock.
The governor it is understood will
talk upon patriotism and loyalty to
country in as much as the program
for the day is in commemoration of
the anniversary of the birth of
It is the wish of the superintendent
as well as the teaching corps to have
as many patrons of the school pres
ent as can possibly come.
In addition to the governor's ad
dress there will be special music and
a special program of merit.
HAD MERRY TIME
The Ladiese Aid of the Christian
church met yesterday at the home of
Mrs. Omar McCullough east of town
where they enjoyed the day to the
MAIER INFANT DEAD
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Muier, who residij four miles east
of town on the Roosevelt road was
buried yesterday aiternoon in the
HERE FROM FISH CREEK
Georse Edmunds, proprietor of the
Fish Creek station was a Mesa visi
CHANGE IN DATE
The mass meeting at the commer
cial club rooms to which all tax
payers interested in the proposed im
provement have been invited has been
changed from Friday evening to Sat
urday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Re
member the date is Saturday even
ing instead of Friday evening.
MEETING PLACE CHANGED
The Ladies Aid society of- the
Methodist church will meet at the
parsonage today instead of at the
place of original announcement. The
change is made on account of illness.
J. J. FRASER ILL
J. J. Fraser is confined to his
home on account of illness.
LEFT FOR LOS ANGELES
Paul Langowsky has gone to Los
Angeles for a visit with his parents.
His father is reported quite ill.
ROOSEVELT ROAD IMPASSABLE
Road District Supervisor' Hugh
Dana has plowed the Roosevelt road
as far as the Wilbur corner and will
continue eastward to the Consoli
dated canal. It is understood that
the road is to be flooded after once
being plowed up. The highway is in
a practically impassable condition at
this time on account of the plowing
and after the irrigation takes place it
will be impossible to get along the
highway for several days with a
load or auto.
i Miss Margaret Meagher, of
Glendale, Is the correspondent of
The Arizona Republican in that
district and will be glad to re-
ceive all items of news at the
WESTERN SUGAR CO.
TAKES GLENDALE PLANT
KTJNZ BROS. AND MESSENGER
Two Elocks South of Court Hcs
Nestor Belting, Pulleys, Shafting,Tumps, Etc.
ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPLY CO.
3rd Ave. and Jackson "We Have the Stok Phoenix
Automobiles, Garages and Accessories
Colorado Company to Absorb South
Through the consolidation of the
Western Sugar and Land Co., of
Colorado, and the Southwestern Su
gar and Land Co., he newly organ
ized company, known as the Western
Sugar and Land company, proposes
to make the Glendale factory one of
the largest sugar plants in the west.
R. P. Davis, president of the com
pany, was here yesterday arranging
for the planting of 2300 acres of
cane, of which lioo acres will be in
the vicinity of Glendale, the rest
will be planted at Chandler, Mesa
Tempe and fashion,
to refine raw sugar that will b
to refin raw sugar that will bo
shipped here from Mexico.
The work of remodelling the fac
tory for the cane campaign will b:
GLEN DALE-MESA BALL GAME
The Mesa baseball team will play
the home team next Saturday after
noon at the high school grounds.
Prof. Scudder ha. arranged to hold
an old-time spelling match at the
high school Saturday, February 21,
to which the public is invited. After
the spelling contest there will be a
basket social and all the ladies are
requested to brine plain white bas
kets well filled with cood things to
eat and the men w ill do the rest.
The proceeds of the sale of baskets
will be used to defray the expenses
of the representative to the dcln
matory contest which will be held in
The following shipments left the
local freight office this morning:
one car of hav for Prescott, one car
of hay for Ashfork, one car of grain
for Phoenix. V. K. Messenger re
el ived a car of spuds: the Glendale
Lumber company received! a car of
AUTOMOBILES Everything for th
automobile carried in stock.
First and Van Buren Streets
Vulcanizing of all kinds dona
promptly, work guaranteed
out of town work solicited.
210 West Washington Strea
Overland Phone fit
AUO SUPPLY CO.
U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE
EVERYTHING BUT THE AUTO.
517 N. Central Ave. Phono 1071
4-Wheel Drive Truck
"Alive at Both Ends."
F. A. Eberlein, Stats Agsnt
235 W. Washington St.
P. O. Box 1072. Phoenix
REO AND COLE
THE CARR AUTO CO.
Storage and Repairing
Open Day and Night
108-10 N. 2nd Ave.
HUDSON 6-40 "scar irvin, Agent
$1900.00 F. O. B. PHOENIX
Garage 229 East Adams St.
Phone 539 or 596
ARIZONA AUTO CO.
302 N. Central Avenue
F. E. Huffer, Manager
3 Models 25, 35 and 40 All-with electric
starters. CHARLES H. Mc A RTTTTTP
Phoenix Oarage 319 C'atral Avenue
Ford Motor Cars '
th basiist ridino car 0pthb mares
8EO. HAGEMAN, Distributor, r Arlseaa
Corner Second and Adam Street
i-passenger. JS2B. Runabout IS7I.
0-10 B. Adams St Agent for
Maricopa county agent for llemlrie
MADE TRIP TO ROOSEVELT
Lee J. Colvin and party who made
the trip to Roosevelt the first part
of the week report a very badly dam
aged car on account of beiner unable
to secure water for the radiator.
SOCIAL TOMORROW EVENING
The Wilbur Class will give a social
tomorrow evening in the room for
merly occupied by the Vance bakery.
TO SHIP IN CATTLE
Frank Reed Sanders, the well
known breeder of thoroughbred cat
tleman who has made several trips
throughout the eastern states in the
Interests of Salt River valley stock-
Mrs. R. K. Doyle has accepted a
position with the telephone company.
The small daughter of Dr. Otto is
quite ill with diphtheria.
Mr. anil Mrs. Retts were Phoenix
Jim C'offelt is reported recovering
fiom a serious attack of measles.
W. J. Johnson left Wednesday
ex ening for Flagstaff.
J. S. Hihbs left for Spokane, Wash.
E. J. Rennitt is contemplating
building a business block at Peoria
in the nrar future.
C. S. Clark, of Miami, was here
today looking for a suitable business
skin or beauty is A joy roRcvrn
Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
S Removei Tan, Pimple,
rrecKlpft. moid rairnei,
Rash ami Skin Disease,
and every blemish au
beauty, and dpfle (In
fection. It ha fttooil
the tent of 66 years, a nil
t an harmless we taste
it to te an re it 10 pro
perly muds. Accept no
counterfeit of similar
name- Dr. L A.Snyre
said to a laly of the
h nut trm (a pntient):
'As yoa ladle will ne
them. I recommend
Mtheleantbarmfn. of all the skin preparation.'1
At Pruciri' anil Department etorp
Ferd L Hopkins & Son, Props., 37 preat Jones Sl.N.T.C.
MOTOR CARS W. A. Horrell
521 N. Central Phone 1223
Expert Service Men
Best equipped machine shop In southwest Complete
stock of accessories.
OVERLAND AUTO CO.,
Phone 686. 326 N. Central Ave.
Paige-Detroit Service House.
Paige 25 $1075. Paige 36 J1390. F. O.
B. Phoenix Completely equipped. Phone
1545 for demonstration.
A. W. NEWTON
235 West Wash St.
Lamps, Windshields and Fender repairing. We
replace glasses in Windshields, Allumininn re
pairing, Crank Cases, Transmission cases.
All work guaranteed. 233 N. Center Street.
Williams Rubber Co.
Goodyear No-Rlm-Cut Tires,
Special motorcycle delivery
to out-of-town breakdowns.
Accessories and supplies.
MOTORCYCLE Ridss Like !.
man. Tbe sliest rtkt fellow.
PMOENIX CYCLE CO, 1M t-f-i
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