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THE AKIZOXA lvEPUBLlCAN, TUESDAY M01LN1NG, MARCH 10, 1914
PAGE NINE Business Chances CARLINE TO HOLLYWOOD HEIGHTS Lots nmv J2o0.ii', advance 10 March lf.th. Buy now, $25.00 cash, SHOO monthly. Sec Thomas, 43 AV. Adams St. tf Vi ill SALE $2,000 will secure one half interest in the best manufacturing business in Arizona. Profits large, no competition, will clear $10,000 yearly. Address Republican Box 3670. It DRUG STORE $3200 cash. Best in Arizona. .Investigate, this and you will own it. Address Box 35!2, Re publican, tf PARTNER WANTED That is some mechanic to help install Hydro-Carbon Burner, the only successful oil burner patented, can be placed in any stove, i G. W. Bowman, 321 W. Washington. It i HARDWARE STOCK and fixtures. for sale, on account of death of pro- prietor. Excellent business location at j Five Points. 620 W. Van Buren. bg,j AN ESTABLISHED agency for sale; something the small investor j can handle and make good money, j For full particulars, apply between 3 and .j p. m., Boom DS, Ford hojel. tf INCOME business corner, 100x137.' for sale at a sacrifice, for a few days only. Address Box 3tiOG Repub lican, tf IF YOU WANT TO get located In a good paying business. See Cook with J. S. Griffin, Alone. 4 West Adams St tf FOR SALIci CHEAP 3U years' lease on restaurant, with fine fixtures, $."0.00 per month; a bargain. Phone 1.-.14. bs Nursery Stock CAP.IINE TO HOLLYWOOD HEIGHTS Lots now $2r,0.ini, advance 10 March lr.th. Buy now, $25.00 cash, $3.00 monthly. See Thomas, 43 W. Adams St. tf FR F IT" TREES COME AND SEE OCR ORNAMENTALS Jl'ST ARRIVED Lo(uats, ivy, violets, ficus, pineapples, Fcijoa, Ariz., cypress. Monterey cypress, pepper trees. &c. OFR ROSES WILL PLEASE YOU OUR FRUIT TREES ARE THE PAY ING KIND. OUR MOTTO IS: RELI ABLE TREES AT RIGHT PRICES. Ask about our bargain in 500 navel orange trees, heavy stock. See us be fore you buy. PHOENIX ROSE GARDEN AND NURSERY CO. S. E. COR, CENTRAL AVE. AND VAN BUREN ST. PHONE 1412. WANTED Representative for our firm, one that is interested in fruit growing preferred, for our high grade Colorado grown nursery stock. The Denver Nursery Company, 4100 W. 46th Avenue, Denver Colo. b Undertaking and Embalming CARLINE TO HOLLYWOOD HEIGHTS Lots now $250.00, advance 10 March 15th. Buy now, $25.00 cash, $5.00 monthly. See Thomas, 43 W. Adams St. tf EASTERLING & WHITNEY Un dertakers and Embalmers. 213 West Washington St , Phoenix, Arizona, tf MOHN, DRISCOLL & MAUS Un dertakers, Embalmers and Funeral Di rectors, 311 N. 1st Ave. tf UNDERTAKERS Moore & McClel lan; lady assistant, auto hearse. 329 West Adams St., Phone 601. tf CLEAN ATORIUM PHONE 1595 PHONE For service Phone 1595. Cleaning, pressing, dyeing and repairing, work called for and delivered. Your patron age solicited. Wolfs Cleanatorium. 13 East Adams Street. tf DRESSMAKING THE GEORGE SISTERS have moved to 510 West Washington. DRESSMAKING 1 do first class work and my prices are reasonable: satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. E. H. Sine. 612 N. 4th Street. 3-p WHEN " YOU WANT A CAR for short or- long trips we have 4 at your service. We assemble loads for Roose velt. Phone 799 or 431. Cross & Bor ree. tf HAND LAUNDRY SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY, rough dry, 35c; each bundle washed separately. 706 N. 1st St. Phone 2876. tf PAINTERS AND DECORATORS GET OUR PRICES ON 14x20 OVAL FRAMES with con vex glass. Real attractive. Phone LONG'S PAINT HOUSE 37 N. 1st AVE. PHONE 1550. tf THE HOME PAINTIXQ & DECORATING CO. Painting, paper hanging, tinting, fa bric effects, hardwood finishing. R. HARRY RUSHTON, Proprietor. Re-, sidence 1014 N. 2nd St., Phoenix, Ariz. Phone 2551. MOTTO: GOOD WORK tf FIRE EXTINGUISHER BEST MADE fire extinguishers, oderless, airtight, 5 years guarantee. Western Chemical Fire Pail Co., 3rd Ave and Jackson. Phone 1231. tf CARPET CLEANERS CARPETS CLEANED Telephone 733, Electric Carpet Cleaners. tf Stables and Corrals NICE RIGS AND HORSES for rent. Commercial Corral. Delivered to all parts of the city from 8th Ave. and Van Buren. Phone 1708. tf FOR THE BEST IN LIVERY AND boarding, Phone 1136. THE WALKER STABLES COR CENTER AND VAN BUREN tf ATTORNEYS. WALTER BURCH. Attorney at Law 403 Fleming Blk. Phone 4S9. tt Typewriters REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. i 35 East Adams: Overland 070. tf Corsetiere NU BONE CORSET Designed and fitted according to the individual needs of the figure. Comfortable, hy gienic and stylish. Helen Jennings, 715 West Washington: phone 8G89. tf ARCHITECTS & BUILDERS ATTENTION PROSPECTIVE BUILD ERS Plans to suit free; if we do your work, special attention to percentage work, or will contract, Al references. R. A. Gray, architect. Green McAbee, supt. construction. Room 7 Central block. Phone 135.5. Office hours 2 to 5 r. M. 3-dk D. D. HORNING For sale Lands in small or large acreage; also citv property. INSURANCE AND LOANS RENTALS, COLLECTIONS Office 411 West Monroe St. Cor. 4th Ave. Phoenix. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of James H. Ray, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned Administratrix of the Es tate of James If. Ray. deceased, to the creditors of ami all persons hav ing claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said Administratrix at 311 Fleming Building, Phoenix, Arizona, the same being the place for the ttansaction of the business of said estate, in the said County of Mari copa. SARAH E. RAY. Administratrix of the Estate of James II. Ray, deceased. Dated this 5th day of March, 1914. LEGAL NOTICES The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Highline Canal Con struction Company will be held at Room 402 Goodrich Building, Phoenix. Arizona, on Tuesday, March 10, 1914, at ten o'clock A. M. for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors to serve during the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business as may lawfully come before such meeting. ROY S. GOODRICH. President. J. J. COULD, Secretary. RESOLUTION NO. 669 RESOLUTION DESIGNATING POLLING PLACES AND APPOINT ING OFFICERS FOR ELECTION TO BE HELD IN THE CITY OF PHOENIX, MARCH 19th, 1914. WHEREAS, a Primary Election was held in the City of Phoenix, In the County of Maricopa, State of Arizona, on the 11th day of Febru ary, 1914, for the purpose of nominat ing candidates for a Commission consisting of a Mayor and four oth er members, and WHEREAS, The Common Council of the City of Phoenix, did, or. the fallowing Tuesday, to-wit, on the 17th day of February, 1914, meet in the City Hall in the City of Phoenix, County and State aforesaid, and canvass the vote cast at said Primary Election, and did find and openly declare the following named persons as the persons receiving the highest number of votes for said of fices, to-wit: MAY'OR Ernest W. Lewis, George V. Young. COMMISSIONERS Joseph Cope, Peter Corpstein, L. D. Dameron, Harry A. Diehl, M. J. Fo ley, George Norman MacBean, Victor R. Norris. Frank Woods. AND WHEREAS, An election has heretofore been called by the said The Common Council of the City of Phoenix, for the purpose of voting or a commission to consist of a Mayor and four other members, which election will be held on the 19th day of March, 1914, between the hours of six o'clock A. M. and six o'clock P. M., and the names of the persons hereinabove set forth will constitute the names of all persons whose names will be printed upon the ballots for such election, and WHEREAS, it is necessary for The Common Council of the City of Phoe nix to designate and appoint election officers and polling places for said election of March 19th, 1914. WW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE SOLVED BY THE COMMON COUN CIL OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX: That the following places in the several wards of the City of Phoenix are hereby designated by The Com mon Council of the City of Phoenix, as the" polling places where said elec tion shall be held in said City, to- wit: FIRST WARD. First Precinct, polling place at No. 221 North 1st Street. Second Precinct, polling place at Basement, High School Building, Corner Seventh and Van Buren Streets. SECOND WARD First Precinct, polling place at Board ef Trade Building, Second Avenue & Adams St. place at No. 719 Grand Avenue. THIRD WARD Polling place at No. 17 South First Avenue. FOURTH WARD Polling place at City Hall. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the following persons are here by designated and appointed by the said The Common Council of the City of Phoenix, who shall conduct said election at said polling places, to-wit: FIRST WARD First Precinct. Inspector U. B. Kersting. Judges, ' T. II. Hayes, Joseph McCoy. -Clerks. Charles Corrigan, Mrs. Rosa Boido, Ed O'Malley, Harry Shedd. Marshal, L. L. Plank. FIRST WARD Second Precinct. Inspector Charles J. McElroy. Judges, Charles Smurthwaite, James Shott. Clerks. Mrs. Kate C. Perry, Mrs. E Bess, Miss Grace Coker. Marshal, J. L. Wolf. SECOND WARD. First Tre,cinct. Inspector Dan McDermitt. Judges, J. E. P. Conway. J. c. C. II. Boone. Clerks, Miss Amanda Chingren, Bus Noll, Miss Coonan. Marshal, N. A. Morford. SECOND WARD. Second Precinct. Inspector Neri Osborn. Judges, Mont Anderson, W. L. Finney. Clerks, Oliver Creech, Ned Creighton, Mrs. A. B. Baldwin. Marshal, 1 1. D. McDonald.' THIRD WARD. Inspector Elmer Warren. Judges. Hugh Daggs, George Christy. Clerks, Mary Hydenburg. J. G. Simpson, R. H. Brooks, Frank Smith. Marshal, Wm. M. Fickas, Sr. FOURTH WARD. Inspector Claud AV. Cisney. Jutlgos, R. L. Hayes, C. ,M. Sturges. Clerks, Lou Morgan, Mrs. La urn BIllUps, Mrs. Imogen LaC'hancc, S. E. Price, ..Marshal, S. M. Bailey, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. That, whereas, an 'early operation oi I this resolution' is required to pre serve the public peace, health and safety, an emergency is hereby dc ciard to exist, ami 'tl'is resolution Khali take effect and be in force from and after its passage, and is hereby exempt from the operation of the referendum ' provisions of the City Charter. PASSED by the. Common Council of the "City of Phoenix this 2nd day of Match, A. D. 1914. LLOYD B. CHRISTY, Mayor. Attest: FRANK THOMAS, City Recorder. NOTICE TO BOND BUYERS SALE OF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. TEN BONDS Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the office of the Board of Supervisors of Marico pa County, in the city of Phoenix, Arizona, until ten o'clock A. M., Mon day, March 9th, 1914. for the pur chase of twenty-four (24) School District Number Ten Bonds with ac crued interest. Said bonds being In denomination of Five Hundred Dol lars each, amounting in the aggre gate to the sum of Twelve Thousand Dollars, and bearing interest at a rate not to exceed six per cent per annum payable semi-annually. Said bonds to be dated March Sixteenth. 1914, and payable twenty years from the date thereof. Both principal and interest payable in Gold Coin of the United Spates at the office of the Treasurer of Maricopa County. Bonds to be delivered to the purchaser thereof in the City of Phoenix, Ari zona, at the office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of said Maricopa County. No bids will be received for less than the par value of said bonds and the accrued Interest thereon to the date of delivery. A certified check for ten per cent of the amount of the bid and a copy of this advertisement must accom pany each bid. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive any informality in any bid. Bids will be opened by the said Board at its office on Monday. March 9th, 1914, at ten o'clock A. M., and be thereafter considered. All bids must be sealed and ad dressed: James Miller, Jr., Clerk Board of Supervisors, Phoenix, Ari zona, and marked: "Proposal for purchase of District Number Ten Bonds.'' By order of the Board of Super visors. JAMES MILLER, Jr., Clerk. Dated Feb. 19th, A. D. 1914. o Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customer than you can CATTLE RANGE WANTED Any size 10,000 acres. up, with or without cattle. Write full particulars, immediately. State nearest railroad station. Ad dress Investor, Box 1367, San Diego, Calif. Second Precinct, pollin NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of THOMPSON BROWN, deceased. Notice is hereby given, by the un dersigned Garland W. Couch. Exe cutor of the Will of Thompson Brown, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said Executor at the office of his Attor neys, Stanford Walton & Townsend, 415-41S National Bank of Arizona Building, Phoenix, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction the business of said estate, in said County of Maricopa. (Signed) GARLAND B. COUCH, Executor of the Will of Thompson Brown, deceased. Dated Phoenix Ariz., this 27th day of February, A. D., 1914. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Charles T. Wilcutt, dc ceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the estate of Charles T. Wilcutt, de - ceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator at 311 Fleming Building, in Phoenix. Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Maricopa. DAN M'.MEL, Administrator of Charles T. Wil cutt, deceased,. Dated at Phoenix, Ariz., this thirty-first day of January A. D., 1914. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, Charles Lrmbertz, that on the 16th dav of February, 1914, he was duly appointed Assignee for the benefit of the Creditors of John Provos, of Phoenix, Maricopa Coun ty, Arizona: and that all creditors having claims against tin- said John Provos must file with the said Charles Lambertz, Assignee, a state ment of the nature and amount of their claims as required by law with in four months from the date of the first publication of this notice. Phoenix, Arizona, March 5. 1914. CHARLES LAMBERTZ, Assignee. o THE FATHER'S SURPRISE Widower (to his little daughter, aged ten) Dora, do you know thrit Susanne, our housekeeper, is going to be married? Dora Oh, I'm so glad we're getting rid of the old pelican. Won't it be jolly? But who is going to marry her? Father Well, I am. Philadelphia Public Ledger. o NOTICE OF ELECTION SALT RIVER VALLEY WATER USERS' ASSOCIATION. Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Articles of In corporation and of the By-Laws of the. Salt River Valley Water Users' Association, and in pursuance there of, an election by the qualified clect- rs of said Association w ill be held en Tuesday, April Seventh (7th;, 1914, from 8 o'clock A. M. of said day to 5 o'clock P. M. of said day at the various polling places to be hereafter designated ny resolution of the Board of Governors of said As sociation, for the election of the fol lowing officers of said Association, that is to say: A president and Vice-President for the term of two years. One member of the Council in each, of the ten council districts into which the reservoir district is di vided, for the term of three yeais. One member of the Council in the First District to fill an unexpired term of two years. One member of the Council in the Ninth District to fill an unexpired term of one year. One member of the Council in the Tenth District to fill an unexpired tfrm of two years. One member of the Board of Gov ernors from each of the said ten Council districts. Also for the ratification or re jection of the proposal: Is it deemed advisable to install 21 additional pumping plants in order to care for additional acreage within the boundaries of the project, the Board of Governors having approved the same provided it can be done at a reasonable cost to be later deter mined and then submitted to the shareholders for final action. Also for the ratif ieation or rejec tion of the proposal: Is it deemed advisable to construct the Horseshoe dam and reservoir on the Verde River so that the: acreage under the Salt River Project can be nereased to 211,000 acres, the Board of Governors having approved the same provided it can be- done at a reasonable cost to ne later deter mined and then submitted to the shareholders for final action. Also for the ratification or rejec tion of a proposal to levy an assess ment for an amount sufficient to complete the present power plants in course of construction, in accordance with the agreement of the United States under date of August 30, 1910, and also an amount sufficient to re fund power assessments paid by owners of l:rhd which will ultimately t eceive no reservoir benefits, amount ing for both purposes to approxi mately $200,000.00. The said terms of said several of ficers to begin on the first Monday in May. 1914. The said President and Vice-President to be elected by the electors of the reservoir district. - . Members of the Council and of the Board of Governors are to be elected by the electors of the reservoir dis trict who are qualified to vote in the several council districts, respect ively, for members of the council and of the Board of Governors. The proposal for the levy of an assessment to be voted on by the electors of the reservoir district. Chas. A. Van iler Veer Secretary Salt River Valley "Water Users' Association Tirst publication Mar. S. 1914. . y. i. is AFTER GOING mm Campaign Begins With ' Mass Mooting At Ton O'clock In W. C. T. U. Building. Women to Fore In Energetic Work The active campaign to raise the Young Women's Christiani Associa tion budget for the nine months end ing with the first of next year year will start a 10 o'clock at the W. C. T. U. Building. Members of the Y. W.. friends of the organization, and .he workers who will conduct the e u - ampaign will be on hand at the W. j e. T. U. Building at that time, and. a preliminary exercise will be conduct ed under the leadership of Mrs. E. N. Phillips, and Miss Lillian E. Janes, field secretary for this' district. The exercises will include a. pro gram of addresses to the workers on subjects that will be helpful to them in conducting their canvass of the city. Mrs. Phillips will tell of the work the Y. W. has conducted dur ing the year just past. She will deal on the good the organization nas done for the girls of the city, and on the pleasant times the Y. W. has afforded its members. Miss Janes will follow Mrs. Phillips. Her address will deal wholly with, what the- association can accomplish for tho members and the city in the future. Miss Janes is well equipped to speak on her subject. She has had several years experience in her work, and comes to Phoenix as headof this district and highly recommended. Following the program of addresses .he captains and members of the several crews which will conduct the canvass of the city will be given. Districts allotted to each of tho crews will be explained, and the whole delegation will be started on their way. The budget which the Y. W. will raise at this time will carry them to the first of 1915. It will afford them ample funds to enable them to carry on extra work that they have planned for some time past, and which will be inaugurated soon. It will enable, them to employ an as- j sistant secretary to take a part of the . work which now falls on the present secretary. And greatest of all, it will enable the association to have larger and more commodious quarter. ... A full list of the committees to h:i.ve charge of t!ie canvas follows: Team No. 1 Miss Edith Evans, leader: Mrs. Imogene l.a Chance, Mrs. Margaret Jones, Mrs. William H. Castley, Mrs. J. I. Jodd:ird. Mrs. J. C. Mudersbach, Mrs. H. A. Diehl. Mrs. C. K. Tanne hill, Miss Bernice Egleston, Mrs. Mary Winston. Mrs. Ernest Munson. Auxiliary Members Mrs. W. G. Hartrauft, .Mrs. Ernest Lewis. Team No. 2 Mrs. A. W. Morrill, leader; Miss Irene B. Noyes, Mrs. Frank Alkire, Mrs. Margaret Isaacs, Mrs. Helen Armstrong, Mrs. Ethel iCcQinnis, Mrs. Lulu McCausland, Miss Nellie B. Wilkinson, Mrs. Fannie L. Banta, Mrs. Clinton Campbell. Anxillary Members Miss Anna Miller, Miss Rcina. Dorris, Mrs. C. H. Pratt. Team No. 3 Miss Nell Blount, leader; Mrs. W. G. Tolleson, .Mrs. R. C. Baker. Mrs. E. M. Hunter, Mrs. Reba Elliott, Mrs. L. L. Harmon, Mrs. H. M. Clemens. Miss Anna Hunter, Mrs. S. V. Apperson, Mrs. J. J. Fagan. Auxiliary Members Mrs. Nellie ISusi, Mrs. L. W. Coggins. Mrs. War wick Scott, Mrs. K. S. Townsend. Team No. 4 Mrs. R. M. Tagel, leader: Mrs. B. A. Fowler, Mrs. J. L. B. Alexander, Mrs. (..'. B. Laird, Mrs. W. D. O'Neil, Mrs. Robert Fisher, Mis. J. O. Sexon, Mrs. H. A. Guild, Mrs. A. J. Lowe. Miss Alta Holmes, Mrs. L. D. Dam eron, Mrs. W. W. Cook. Team No. 5 Mrs. E. N. Phillips, leader; Mrs. J. I. Brooks, Miss Bertha McK. Knipe, Mrs. H. S. Prince, Mis. W. W. Wilk inson, Miss Marilla B. Williams, Mrs. W. L. Coffin, Mrs. T. E. Irvine, Mrs. Lucy Kavanaugh, Miss Frances El liott. Auxiliary Members Mrs. C. T. Hirch, Mrs. Geo. Day, Mrs. James Aldrich. o THE RESALE THEATER Announcement of Barbary Coast Pic tures Brings Out Record Crowds Again it is demonstrated that adver tising pays. Through the medium of the advertising columns of The Re publican, the management of the Regale theater in exploiting its en gagement of "The Barbary Coast" special feature film on Saturday and Sunday, succeeded so effectually in reaching the general public that for the first time since the house opened. A SKIN OF BEAUTY IS A JOY roncvr Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S Oriental Cream OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER m . u Betnnrfift Tan, Pimple", truckle, woin mu-ii, fUsliaml Skin Diwuif, and -vry btomlftb 1 u heuv. and teflon 1 tpmion K ha tol tlinlet of tW yearn. : n-l limn )iarnilt0 WttiaMe it to r Br It 9 pro pyl t ip . A rrp t. mi counti lit of -in liar name. Dr. I A Kayr Hid to a Inly ol ihn h mitt on (a patittii : -A vou IhtUe wilt u them, 1 mcoinmemt Gourandt Cream AthB lean harmful of kl" prepr.l.u. 1 fir. T.HopWs & Son, rrepr, 37 Great Jones St.,R.T.C. --" -- -- i - -i- -,- ,,,,, Why Keep Your Camelback is Balling Trees The finest lot of Citrus Trees ever put on the mar ket in Arizona are now being balled at the Camel back Nursery. Trees include Clayson and Marsh Seeedless Grapefruit, and Washington Navel Oranges. Every tree balled with Helm's balling implement and they never stop growing. The only safe, sure system. One of Helm's patent frost-proof Over coats with every tree. Camelback Nursery C. I. Helm One-half mile south of Indian School Road, and one-half mile west of Cross-Cut Canal Phone 102 R 3 -- capacity audiences prevailed all of Saturday night and the best part of Sunday afternoon anc evening. It shows that when anybody has some thing the public really wants The Re publican is the best medium of pre senting it. There are hundreds ' of people who are not attracted to a moving picture house through the announcement of a particularly interesting drama or comedy offering. But when a live topic like "The Barbary Coast" is an nounced there is something com pelling about the announcement. There were hundreds at the Regale theater on Saturday and Sunday who had never visited the. place before. They either read of the feature offer ing in The Republican or were told of it by some others who had read the announcement. The Regale management says that it has some other exceptionally inter esting offerings to be announced in a day or two and that when the time comes the public will lie informed of the eve nt through the columns of The Republican. TERRIBLE TALE TURNS OUT TO BE PIPE DREAM A piece of a rotted skull, a little time on the return trip to Phoenix, and a, good imagination furnished the sheriff's office some little excite ment Sunday evening and Monday morning. Then it developed that the discovery was not that of a dead man, but of the (head bones of a long decayed man, and that there were vis ons of murder all for nothing. Sunday evening a man came to the city police office and poured into the ready ears of the force there the tale of a bloody find south of Phoe ni.;. Wii'ing hands took the man in charge and he was lead to the sher iffs office where he was allowed to tell the same story, and where an attempt to raise a justice and jury was -at once made. Owing to the late hour however the trip to the south where the find was reported, was put off till morning. Accordingly the officers took to their beds early. They would be out with the birdies in the morning, and they must sleep. They arose, for gathered iit the sheriffs office, and awaited the appearance of the Jeff Adams, who was to lead the party to the scene, of horrible murder. "Ding ding ding," went the tele I hone. "Nothing doing," said the sheriffs voice on the other end of the wire. "A little sleep has turned the lody found to several head bones. Nice pipe dream." He hung up. The justice was noti fied, and the event blew over as quickly as it had started. o WAY IT WORKS OUT Keep a-smiling, poets bellow. And you'll be a happy clerk. But the grim and grouchy fellow Never gets the extra work. o MILLINERY EFFICIENCY' IIT The first diploma ever issued in the state, of Arizona for efficiency in millinery will be awarded at the Lamson College this morning to Mrs. Pearl Jennings and Sliss Marie Geiler, the! . two students to successfully complete the- course offered in that line of work by the Lamson college. -Mr. Lamson will make the presenta tion address, and the exercises will be held at promptly 9 o'clock. Mrs. Jennings, who at the present time is employed in one of the large department stores of the city, will, through the courtesy of the employ ers, be allowed time off from the rushing work of the spring season to attend the exercises Miss Geiler is at the present time taking millinery work in private practice, but is en titled under the terms of her diploma -,,.-,.-,.-., .-,-1 taiinr rnirni,nnrumj" on Helm? Nursery now i-i-.-i-.-inririririnrLnn.ru'Lru'uuu TICKET AGENTS SEE PHI International Association of Railroad Pasteboard Sell ers to Tour Valley Con veyed By Board of Trade People I Those urbane gentlement of the scratchy pens and the fascinating liang-stanips, the ticket agents of the railroads,, will be in Phoenix a hun dred and fifty strong next Saturday, on their grand excursion across America. Word was received here yesterday by General Agent W. S. j Ooldsworthy, of the Santa Fe, that the International Association of 1 Ticket Agents, which takes in the j Grand Canyon Thursday, would drop i in for a chat the end of the week, en j route for Tucson and the east. I "Goidy" informed the Board of Trade, and the Board of Trade, took steps. These led in the direction of a full morning's entertainment for the ticket men, beginning with a breakfast at the Adams, including an auto ride into the bucolic regions and ending with a luncheon. Arriving at eight and leaving at one, there will not be much time to pass in the valley, but what time there is, will be well remembered by the travelers. Tucson gets the next lihanoe to show the ticket men around, and according to word re ceived from the south, there will be a fine entertainment fixed up for Saturday night and Sunday. IRE ABOUT NEW HIGH SCHOOL IN TOLLESON TOWN Plans for Spending Bond Issue $60,000 Made Public of Somehow the report has been cir culated that Tolleson was to build a $60.00(1 school house for the newly erected high school district. While it is true that the little community to the south will vote, on a $(50,000 bond issue, it is not planned to ex pend that sum in erecting and equip ping the school. At a meeting of the trustees of the new district with the people of the community it was decided unani mously, almost, that the issue asked from the board of supervisors should be $60,000. The same meeting de cided that the bonds to that amount would not necessarily be spent, and that what was left should be can celled. The school which the Tolleronites will build, vviU cost in the neighbor hood of $3T,0ii0. Fixtures and equip ment for the building will cost near JS.000. That will leave $15,000 which the board niav or may not spend, as he members see fit. Some of the remainder may be spei.i for new and additional grounds, the five acres bfing too sinai'. for playgrounds such as the school will deserve, and again some may be put into additional equipment in the years to come. Otherwise, the remainder of the bond issue will be canceled. "It is especially important that the people of the valley get this matter straight," said Superintendent Rig gins, yesterday. "The little doubt in the minds of even a few might seriously impair the voting of the bonds, and might cause the school so much needed in that district to go to the wall." to immediate consideration since the diploma is in itself a high recom mendation of efficiency. The work in the millinery depart ment of the school has been conduct ed by Mrs. I. Colodny, for several years a teacher of domestic science in and near Boston. The re-enrollment of classes will start at once, and the course will continue till summer.