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Tin THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 1914 ! a .1 ii s'3 M. Ellingson & Sons Dealers in Hay and Grain, Seed Grain, Seed Oats, Feed Oats, Rolled Barley, Alfalfa Seed, Grain Bags, etc. TEMPE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT SHORT ORDERS Open Day and Night Conboy Drug Company Everything in Drugs. Corner Adams and First Streets ,MVMAnMAMAAMMMAMMnMMMMMMMwwwww I PRESCRIPTION WORK Is a spe cialty with ns that places our ' store A Class. EVERYBODY'S DRUG STORE Mesa, Arizona. AUTOMOBILE TIME TABLE GLOBE-PHOENIX STAGE 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 D. m. Passengers collected from anv cart of the city. Tickets ot Art.ima and Ford Hotels and Bhaw's Smoke House. W. A. HILL, Prop., 28 N. Second Ave, LAND FOR SALE 80 acres of Alfalfa near MESA CITY Located in the center of the cot ton and dairy belt IDEAL Home site, and neighborhood. Price for quick sale $135 per acre. Jesse f. Kelly Mesa, Ariz. Eggs for setting, White Wyondottes. Rose Comb iwwwwwMwwwwwi I YOU SHOULD Call and see the Racycle, the best wheel made. I carry a large line of Racycles, Bicycles and Bicycle Supplies. Repairing quickly done. Griswold THE BICYCLE MAN 25-27 East Adams THE RACYCLE 8TORE TOM & SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Reeular MealS, 35 CeiltS 1 , , v, xt- -Li onorc uraers au nigm. 26 North Center, Phoenix. Fruit Trees riot vmir order in now. The beet tock ever shipped to Arizona, T. M. MELVILLE NURSERIES Phoenix and Chandler 1st A Polk St. Alabama St Phone 1844 Everything in Lumbtr Halstead Lumber Co.! Five Point! WHEN YOU HAVE ANY DONE, 8EE THAT THIS Is on it, or hat It ! done by nna of the firms below, who are entitled to use it ARIZONA REPUBLICAN ARIZONA GAZETTE ARIZONA 8TATE PRESS MESA TRIBUNE R. A. WATKINS THE QUALITY PRESS (Signed)' Label Committee PRINTING TEMPE I Horace B. Grlffen, agent for Tempe, will care for news, sub scriptions and advertising in the Tempe department Office with A. Nlelson & Co. TEMPE COTTON GROWERS CHOOSE SITE FOR GIN Meeting of Saturday Night Attracted Many Interested Growers With the new site chosen for a ginning plant and exchange offices, Tempe's newly-formed Cotton Grow ers Exchange is beginning to take on an aspect ol real business. Practi- ! cally all the probable growers of the ' district have signed up under the ex- change by now, so that the associa- tion is in a position to go ahead with its work of purchasing the gin, to talling it, and attending to the hun dred and one other odds and ends that will require attention to make he industrv a success. After deliberating for some time over a number of sites in view, the exchange directors have settled upon that located on the northeast limits of the town, just east of the so- called little butte and north of the Arizona-Eastern Winkleman tracks. The exchange property will retain a position formerly occupied by the old Santa Fe stock yards. The gin and exchange offices will be located together. At one time the cotton growers hoped to have a downtown office in conjunction with i the proposed Board of Trade rooms, but recently that idea has been abandoned, leaving but the one alter native to choose. A vast amount of business was taken care of at the special meeting of the cotton men on Saturday night, chief of which was the signing up of grow ers. Between 3.500 and 4,000 ! acies are uie miesi esuum.es pmcea .t.. on tne j14 acreage seeiieu to cotton in the Tempe district. OVERLAND TO TEMPE Mr. and Mrs. Linebarger, parents of Mrs. B. E. Dickinson, of Tempe, arrived in the valle last week by auto from their home at Fullerton. Cal. Five days were spent on the road en route, camp being pitched where night overtook them. The Linebargers will spend a week or two in the valley before taking up the return trip. Today accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson they will make a trip to the Roosevelt dam i and return. DR. ALEXANDER IMPROVING The condition of Dr. R. L. Alex ander, who has been confined to the Sisters' Hospital at Phoenix for the past 10 days suffering from a case of blood poisoning, is very promising now and gives all indications of an early recovery. FANS IN PHOENIX Automobiles, buggies, trains, and in fact practically all modes of travel were forced into use yesterday trans porting Tempe fans to Phoenix in anticipation of the Bears-Senators game at Grant Park in that city. K. OF P. SPECIAL Tempe Lodge No. 26, Knights of Pythias, is to be favored at its regu lar session tomorrow evening with the presence of a number of promi nent officials of the order, among them Grand Chancellor Commander Ross. Work in the knighthood rank will be put on. The attendance of all members is urged. MINSTRELS HERE TONIGHT The lovers of good old-time melo- dies wi" b certainly well entertained tonight at the Goodwin Opera House with the delightful tunes of the old Southern ballads of the times "befo" de war." Culligan & Hockwald's minstrels has always been a company especially selected by the manage ment for their singing qualities. It has long been conceded that no one can get the harmony and music of We take the risk of .its being abused: we ask the grocer to return a dissatis fied customer's money if she doesn't like Schilling's Best; let her keep the goods; and sell her again. So long as he thinks she is honest, he is to hand-over the money. We trust him to do for us as he'd do for himself if he were we and himself too. Schilling's Best was rourGrst definition of moncyback. A. Schillinc & Company SOUTH SIDE NEWS A 20 year Gold Filled Watch Case with every South Bend Move ment until April 1st. These move ments are absolutely guaranteed. You have seen them advertised in all leading magazines. FRANK LA MONT Jeweler Tempe, Ariz. those songs like the real darkey. There is also added to the entertain ment plenty of good, clean comedy, and some of the latest and most pop ular ballads of the present time. The show' is especially for la-dies and chil dren. There is nothing so entertain ing as a good singing show, and the management of the colored minstrel j certainly had that feature in mind when it selected the present com pany. From the time the curtain goes up there is always something ('ting, either in singing their South ern ballad's, for which the negro is noted, or some of the latest songs of the day with the entire company singing the chorus. CHICKEN SLIPPER The ladies of the Christian Church rf Tempe will give a chicken-pie supper at the tabernacle next Friday evening beginning at 5 o'clock. The supper will be served cafeteria style. WOMAN'S CLUB PLAY at the opera house, tomorrow night. Prices ,-c anf, 350i See it. Advertisement It HERE FROM SAN DIEGO Andrew Nielsen, predecessor to the firm of Butterbaugh Carr, realty dealers in Tempe, arrived in the val ley yesterday morning from San Diego, Cal., where he is now perma nently located. Mr. Nielsen will speml a week or so in Tempe looking after his local and valley property interests. ANNUAL ROLL CALL Tuesday of this week is the date for the annual roll call of the Ladies of the Maccabees. A good attend ance of all members is desired at the afternoon session to be held in the Odd Fellows' hall. o CHANDLER EAT SAN MARCOS HOTEL An unsuaily pretty dinner dance was given on Friday evening at the Hotel San Marcos, Chandler, to the faculty and students of the Evans School, at Mesa, ami society young ladies of Phoenix and Chandler. Dinner was served in the hotel dining room, plates being laid for 24. The table decorations were in yellow, the flowers being jonquils. After dinner the dance was held in the hotel ballroom. The visiting Phoenix young women were under the chape ronage of Mrs. Royal W. Lescher and were guests of the hotel over night. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. Hugh P. Evans, Mrs. Law of Mesa, Mrs. Royal W. Lescher, Miss Reman Dorris, Miss Marion Dorris, Miss Margaret Hurley, Miss B. D. Turner, Phoenix; Miss Margaret Annapolis; Miss Ivy Kohl- Bryan. San Francisco MESA Mr. Gibbons at Everybody's Drug Store will care for subscriptions, advertising, and news of the Mesa department. Phone 291 and 22 R. NOTED OFFICIALS TO VISIT GEM CITY Supreme Officers of the Knights of Pythias to be in Mesa on Monday Supreme Keeper of Records and Seal Wheaton and Supreme Vice-Chancellor Brig. Young, two of the head officials of the order of Knights of Pythias of the United States, will be in Mesa on l Monday night. March 16th, and meet the local members of the order at K. I P. Hall. A general request for the attendance of every Knight of Pythias in the val ley to be present, has been made. J. F.. Ross, Grand Chancellor of Ari zona; j. D. Loper, Grand K. of R. & S., and other prominent Knights will be in attendance. FUNERAL YESTERDAY The funeral services over the re mains of Glenn Openshaw, were con ducted yesterday afternoon from the residence of his parents at 3:30 o'clock with interment in the Mesa cemetery. The accounts of the tragedy are at variance. However, it seems that the lad's father had warned him against fishing in the deep pool immediately east of the dam and that the boy had taken a gun and had shot a fish and had later walked in to secure it, when he stepped in a hole and was unable to swim out. The water at this point as it flows through the tunnel, is very swift and the lad, no matter how good a swimmer he might have been, could not have withstood the terrible whirl ing waters. Immediately after the dis covery that the boy had gone down the water was turned out of the tunnel and when once the pool became quiet, his body could be seen lying on the bottom of the stream. The body was brought to this place and placed in charge of Undertaker Burton of burial. WHAT HAPPENED TO MARY "What Happened to Mary" was the offering at the Majestic last night. The theater was well filled and the program much appreciated. BUYS OVERLAND W. A. BURTON is the latest convert to the automobile ranks. He has pur chased an Overland from the Bellamy Agency. UNABLE TO FILL PULPIT Rev. W. L. Summers, of the Metho dist church, was unable to fill his pul pit yesterday, which was supplied hy the Phoenix church. WOOL COMING IN The shearers are now at work on the Nelson-Wilbur bands of sheep, near Twin Buttes, ten miles east of town on the Roosevelt Road. The machine shearing plant is also at work at Des ert Wells. 8 miles east of town and much woo is being brought in as a re sult. PICTURE OF TITANIC The sinking of the Titanic is the off ering at the Majestic this evening. The feature film is highly recommended as an instructive presentation of the great tragedy and will no doubt be well at tended. WATER TURNED IN Water was turned in the Consolidat ed canal at one o'clock yesterday after noon. The head thus far is not large and will be kept down until the bulk heads are tested out. The work on the canal is not finished but the full head will be turned in the ditches within a few days. meier. Miss Louise Kohlmeier, Miss Nuffer, Miss Mulcahy, Mrs. Seward Miss Dunbar, Miss Johnson, Miss Janet Pringle, Miss Gretchen Pringle, Miss Dorothy Robinson, Miss Free man, Miss Olga Freeman, Chandler Miss Gladys Walker, Tempe; Miss Marsh, Grand Rapids; Messrs. Will iam E. Swift, Chicago: William H Ciossman, New York; V. A. Putnam Jr., Brooklyn; Elliot Holt, George H Pendleton, Felix W. Knauth, Victor W. Knanth, New York; Wharton Al len, Colorado Springs; J. L. Weld, Boston; Stewart B. Kai.er, Brook- line; Hugh P. Evans, L. T. Brady, J, E. Flagle, Mesa; Sherman T. Fair child, Oneonta; A. D. Carlisle, F. W. W. Graham Jr., Philadelphia; W. P. Carrington, Charleston; A. G. Bart lett, Manchester, N. Y.; T. A. Mor gan, Waterbury, L. I. PERSONALS The following party motored to the Ingleside Club Saturday night as din ner guests: Dr. A. J. Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. R.. W. Butterfield, Miss Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Code of Holly wood, Cal., and old friemls of Dr. A J. Chandler, are spending a few days at the San Marcos. Mrs. Callihan Clark, Mrs. II. E. Campbell, Mrs. C. O. Robinson and Mrs. C. C. Hutchinson formed luncheon party at the San Marcos on Friday. Among the recent arrivals at the San Marcos are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jewell, Grand Rapids; J. W. Boice, Sioux Falls; W. H. Lawrence, Tucson Mr. and Mrs. S. Major, Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kellogg, Oaks, N D.; Mr. and Mrs. J. Wolpe, Phoenix; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Loftus and fam ily. Chandler; Mrs. Bentliff, New York; Mrs. Leslie Bradshaw, Duluth; Lieutenant Bradshaw, Glendale; M. W. Alworth, Glendale; Mr. and Mrs. Tost, Phoenix; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Howard, Mesa: Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Poland, Miss Grace Peck, Phoenix; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones, Los An- ! ffulflc- Air anil 1rc O F ClAITimOTlH Mesa; Miss Gladys llolcomb. Ben son; A. Price, Chandler; W. A. Eld ridge, Los Angeles; Leslie Lyons, Kansas City; T. A. Vincent, C. H. Rittenhouse, A. M. Peck, T. W. Bur gess, W. P. Jeffries, Wichita; E. Tit comb, Dorothy Titeomb, Mrs. A. Def- ty, J. Fernandez, Nogales; Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Talbott, Brooklyn; W. C. Raimer, Omaha. The f blowing party motored from Phoenix Th.irsdav and dined at the San Marcos: Mrs. T. B. Wilcox, A. E. Stewart, Miss Emma Luhr. Mrs. Edward Eisele, Mrs. George Luhrs, Miss Ella Luhrs. Mrs. S. C. Toney. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gatter, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Lee, J. E. Morrison, J. E. Bull and E. B. Sharp were din ner guests at the hotel Sunday. SCHOOL ELECTION On Saturday, March 28, an election will be held at Chandler to tiecide upon the issuance of $12,000 of school bonds, the proceeds to be used in the erection of another school house and to install heating and toilet facilities in the buildings already in use; also to improve and beautify the school grounds. At the same time an election will be held for two school trustees to take the place of the expiring terms of Leonard George and E. N. Lar mour. Both the gentlemen have made very efficient members of the board. Mr. George has served longer than any other one member on the board and much of the credit for the present efficiency of the Chandler schools is due him. The district will sincerelv regret his decision not to run for re-election. The only two candidates in the field so far are Mr. Larmour, than whom no better man could be select ed for the position, and W. H. Rob inson, who consented to run at the solicitation of the other members of the board. Mr. Robinson was a mem ber of the Phoenix Grammar School board for six years and a member of the high school board for three. He has had a great deal of experience in school work and if elected will make an efficient member of the board. The election calls for one trustee, to serve three years, ami the other two years. F. V. N. Dana is the re maining member of the board. FARMERS' INSTITUTE The Farmers' Institute held a meet ing at the Chandler school house on Saturday evening. The speakers of the evening were Professor A. M. McOmie of the State Experimental Station, and W. P. McConnel, editor f the Progressive Farmer and a giaduate of the Minnesota Agricul tural College. Professor McOmie spoke in a very interesting manner on "Soil Manage ment," aid Mr. McConnel told his audience the way to make a dairj herd bring its largest returns. FIRST HELLO GIRLS The first operators to have charge of the new telephone exchange board will be the Misses Olga and Gladys Freeman. The exchange building is being rapidly completed and it is hoped that the system will be in operation within three or four weeks. MARRIED Miss Mabel Hovey of Los Angeles and Joe Tooke of Miami, Ariz., were married at the residence of A. F. Barnette on Thursday evening. Rev. E. N. Larmour performing the cere mony. CHORAL CLUB ENTERTAINS On Monday evening the Choral Club entertained its members and friends with a program, dance and refreshments. The program included piano duet by Mr. and Mrs. Jor dan, songs by Clyde Gunning, read ers by Maitland Davies and a whistling solo by Miss Louise Koni meier. LEGAL NOTICE RESOLUTION NO. 671 A RESOLUTION OF THE COM MON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX, DECLARING THEIR IN TENTION TO IMPROVE THE AL LEY IN BLOCK TWENTY-FOUR OF THE ORIGINAL TOWNSITE OF PHOENIX. AND DETERMINING THAT BONDS SHALL BE ISSUED TO REPRESENT THE COSTS AND EXPENSES THEREOF, AND DE CLARING THE WORK OR IM PROVEMENT TO BE OF MORE THAN LOCAL OR ORDINARY PUB LIC BENEFIT AND THAT THE COST AND EXPENSE OF SAID WORK SHALL BE ASSESSED UP ON A DISTRICT AND PROVIDING THAT THE PROPOSED WORK OR IMPROVEMENT SHALL BE DONE UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 1912, AND SUBSEQUENT AMENDMENTS. BE IT RESOLVED, by the Com mon Council of the City of Phoenix: Section 1. That the public interest and convenience require, and that is the intention of the Common Council of the City of Phoenix to order the following work to be done, to-wit: 1. That the roadway of the alley in Block Twenty-four (24) of the original townsite of Phoenix, includ ing the alley intersection, and in cluding also private drives, and ex cepting such portions of said alley as will be occupied by a cement con crete gutter, where shown on the plans hereinafter referred to, be graded and paved with bitulithie pavement. 2. That a cement concrete gutter be built along the center of the alley in Block 24 in the original townsite of Phoenix. 3. That a cement concrete curb be built along both sides of the road way of the alley in Block Twenty four (24) of the original townsite of Phoenix, excepting at the intersection of said roadway with private drives, and excepting where a cement con crete curb has already been built and is in satisfactory condition as shown by the plans hereinafter re ferred to. 4. AH of the above work to be done in accordance with a certain set of plans approved ami adopted by the Common Council of the City of Phoenix on the 10 day of March, 1914, and on file in the office of the City Engineer of said city in Book One of Street Improvement Flans or Pages 172 and 173, and in further accordance with Specifications Nos. 1!", 20. 21 ' and 22 of the City of Phoenix on file in the office of the City Recorder of said city, and which said plans and specifications are hereby referred to for a more par ticular description of the said work and made a part hereof. Section 2. That the said contem plated work or improvement in the opinion of the Common Council is of more than local or ordinary public benefit and said Common Council hereby makes the costs and expenses of said work or improvement charge able upon a district, and hereby de clares that the district in said City of Phoenix benefitted by said work or improvement and .to be assessed to pay the costs and expenses there of is described as follows: All of Block Twenty-four (24) of the original townsite of Phoenix. Section 3. The City Engineer is hereby directed to make a diagram of the district described hereinabove in Section 2 of this Resolution of intention, to be assessed to pay the tests and expenses thereof. Such diagram shall show each separate lot, piece or paicel of land in said dis trict and the relative location of the same to the work proposed to be done. Section 4. The said Common Coun cil finds that public convenience re quires that serial bonds shall be is sued to represent the costs and ex penses of such work or improvement and said Common Council determines that serial bonds shall be issued to enresent each assessment of Twenty-five (23) Dollars or more for the ccsts and expenses of said work or improvement. Said serial bonds shall extend over a period ending nine (3) Cotton Growers Attention machinery at Kunz Bros. moncv. Let us show vou. Fairbanks-Morse Engines Nestor Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc. " ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPLY CO. 3rd Ave. and Jackson "We Phoenix Automobiles, Garages and Accessories Arizona Motor Company, Inc. Arizona Vulcan izing Works BUC W. W. CATLIN CO., State Agents Garage and Salesrooms 313 North Central Avenue Phone 1450 CAPITAL AUO SUPPLY CO. 4-WHEEL DRIVE TRUCK 1 TON TO 6 TONS REO AND COLE HUDSON 6-40 $1900.00 F. O. B. PHOENIX MOBILE CASE FRANKLIN Ford Motor Cars Overland Best equipped machine shop In southwest stock of accessories. Phone 686. PAIGE Paige-Detroit Service House. RADIATORS Williams Rubber years from and after the second day of January next succeeding the date of said bonds, and an even, annual proportion of the principal sum there cf shall be payable by coupon on the second day of January every year after their date until all is paid and the interest shall be payable semi annually by coupon on the second day of January and July, respective ly, of each year, at the rate of six 1,6) per cent per annum on all sums unpaid until the whole of said prin cipal sum and interest are paid. Section 5. The serial bonds herein mentioned shall be issued in ac cordance with the provisions of an act of the Legislature of the State of Arizona, known and designated as the "Improvement Act of 1912," approved May 17, 1912, and all the proceedings in the aforementioned improvements shall also be taken under said "Im provement Act of 1912," and subse quent amendments. Section 6. The City Recorder shall certify to the passage of this Reso lution ' of Intention, and shall cause the same to be published ten (10) times in the Arizona Republican, a o'r.ily newspaper published and circu lated in the City of Phoenix and hereby designated for that purpose. Section 7. The Superintendent of Streets of the City of Phoenix shall post notice of said proposed improve ment as required by law. and in said notices shall refer to this Resolution of Intention. Reference is hereby made to the Eitulithic Mixture License Agreement of Warren Brothers Company of Boston, Mass., dated March 4, 1914, on file in theofficeof the City Recorder of the City of Phoenix. I hereby certify that the above and foregoing Resolution No. 071, was duly passed by the Common Council of the City of Phoenix at a meeting held March 10, 1914, and that a quorum was present thereat. FRANK THOMAS, City Recorder. Buy your cotton field & Messinger and save Have the Stock" Phoenix Directorv AUTOMOEILES Everything for the uiomoDiie carried m stock. First and Van Buren Btreoti Vulcanizing of all kind done promptly, work ruarantewl out of towm work solicits. 216 Wet Washington Streai Overland Phone CM ACCESSORIES U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE EVERYTHING BUT THE AUTO. 517 N. Central Ave. Phono 1071 "Alive at Both End." F. A. Eberlein, 'State Agent 235 W. Washington St. P. O. Box 1072. Phoenix THE CARR AUTO CO. Storage and Repairing Open Day and Night 108-10 N. 2nd Ave. Oscar Irvin, Agent 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. McARTHUR Phoenix Garagj, 319 Ootral Avenue THJI KASTXST REDING CAR ON THB KARKBV TODAY CO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Arli.aa Corner Second and Ads me Striet passenger, J25. Runabout. $l7i. EDWARD RUDOLPH m-I10 E. Adams St Ajrent tar Maricopa county agent for Hendrle Tires MOTOR CARS W. A. Horrell 521 N. Central Phone 1223 Expert Service Men Complete OVERLAND AUTO CO., 326 N. Central Ave. Paige 26 U075. Paige S6 J1390. P. 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, Allumlnum re pairing, Crank Cases, Transmission case. All work guaranteed. 233 N. Center Street Pleasure Cars and Commercial Trucks Service Station 326-28-30 N. Central. Phone 685 M. L. NAQUIN, Distributor Co. Goodyear No-Rlm-Cut Ttre Special motorcycle deliver)) to out-of-town breakdowns. Accessories and supplies. sX- u I Phone mi.