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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1914 g
ill PAGE NINE
SOUTH SIDE NEWS
HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR., GENERAL SOUTHSIDE AGENT.
Refer to him Subscription Orders, Stops, Changes, as well
TEMPE OFFICE
With Butterbaugh & Carr,
Temps Correspondent, H. B.
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TEMPE
THE FIRST STEPS ON II
NEW LIGHTING SYSTEM
Tempe Council . Appoints Engineer
Knipe to Proceed With the
Valuation Work
L. o. Knipe, for a good many months
associated with Tempe's town council
in the capacity of engineer on the pre
liminary work for the new sewerase
system, at a special session of the al
dermen Monday evening, was awarded
the contract for value estimation work
on the proposed new electric lighting
and power system. Both the cost of
an entirely new system and the prob
able present valuation of the Southskle
Gas & Electric. system, will be approx
imated by Engineer Knipe.
The council has been working pretty
lively on the proposed municipal own
ership of the local lighting system since
the idea was introduced through a peo
ple's petition a couple months hack.
Committees have been outstanding and
have made reports on their work ns
rapidly as possible each time. Monday
night was one of these same occasions,
the aldermen being called together es
pecially to hear the report of the com
mittee which had receivd its instruc
tions at the session the Thursday before
It was upon this committee's report,
that the employment of Engineer Knipe
was based.
A detailed valuation of the present
Southside Gas and Electric company
system througli Tempe is to bp made.
Weighed against this w ill be the prob
able cost of an entirely new system.
With these facts before them the coun
cil will be in a position to take defin
ite action on the municipal ownership
idea.
MACCABEE LAWN PICNIC
The Ladies of the Maccabees enjoyed
such a good time at their picnic dinner
at Mrs Clark's home last Friday even
ing, that the event is to be repeated.
All lodge members including their
husbands and children are extended an
invitation to meet at the home of Mrs.
A. J. Matthews on the campus at the
Normal. Friday evening. July 17 at
7:31. Each member is requested to
take knives, forks and spoons for their
personal guests as well as their picnic
basket well filled.
BOUND OVER TO JURY
Cclaya and Rivas, the two Mexicans
arrested on the evening of the fourth
hy the local peace officers on a charge
of assault, were arraigned before Jus
tice of the Peace E. P. Parr yesterday
afternoon, drawing down a sentence
which is likely to keep them behind the
bars for a long time to come. Both
were bound over to the action of the
grand jury under a bond of $rni).Qn
each, which means that they will spend
the time between now and the session
of the court in the fall in the county
1ail at Phoenix. Then if they are
found guilty their actual sentence
starts. The trial yesterday afternoon
attracted considerable interest.
PICTURES TONIGHT
Another feature by the Eclair com
pany with Barbara Tenant as the star
heads the program tonight at the Good
win Airdome. It is "The Serpent in
Eden" in two reels. "Does Max Snore?"
and the Animated Weekly with Its in
teresting pictures of recent happenings
over the world, are also portions of the
program.
A NEW BARBER SHOP
Tempe sports a new barber shop,
opened today next the Vienna Bakery
by Alfred Christensen, for several
months a barber here in one of the
permanent shops. Christensen's new
establishment has been thoroughly
renovated and placed in first-class
shape for future business.
EMPLOYED AT PRESCOTT
Fred Griffin left last evening for
Prescott, w here he has accepted a po
sition as prescription clerk with one of
the local drug companies.
FRUIT STORE OPENING
"Nell s Parlor", will be opened to the
public this morning in its location two
doors south of the post office under
the management of Miss Nellie Han
sen. The establishment is of a new
variety for Tempe and apparently
should prove a decided success. It is
to be a fruit and vegetable store main
ly, and will also handle fish during the
cooler weather.- At the same time all
YOUR PROPERTY
DEED
should have the best
protection against fire
or theft.
Our Fire and Burglar
Proof Vault is the
right place for it, also
for other valuables.
Safe Deposit Boxes
for rent.
$2.50 and up per year
1
as all business regarding Advertising and Job
Phone 53,
Griffen, Jr.
Experts Agree
The Referee Board of Con
sulting Scientific Experts of
the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture
agree as to the wholesomeness
of aluminum compounds such
as used in
BAKING
POWDER
Write us for
copy of U. S.
Bulletin No.
103 Dept. of
Agriculture.
One Price
25c a pound
ALL GROCERS
Crescent Manufacturing Co.
Seattle, Washington
the little odds and ends in the way of
edibles ready for the table or for im
mediate consumption will be found
there.
HERE FROM NOGALES
T. p. Brinegar of Nogales, Ariz., ac
companied by his family arrived in
Tempe yesterday morning to make his
future home. The family has taken
temporary rooms at the Olive hotel.
POULTRYMEN IN SESSION
The Tempe Poultry and Egg asso
ciation held an important meeting at
the city hall Monday afternoon, dis
posing of quite a little business that
has been ovor-hanging for some time.
Chief of all items was the adoption of
a new constitution and set of by-laws
which tends to strengthen the organi
zation a number of ways. A variety of
other matters were also taken care of
which will serve to place the associa
tion on a more substantial basis and
permit it to supply a larger market.
Wickson plums at Baldwin's,
pe. Advertisement.
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Tem
bn ORDINANCE NO. 17
AN f iRDIXANCE TO AMEND i
SECTION 1 OF ORDINANCE NO. a
OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX.
PASSED AND APPROVED MAY 12,
1914.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE
COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF
PHOENIX, as follows:
Sec. 1. That Section 1 of Ordin
ance No. 5 of the City of Phoenix,
passed and approved May 12, 1914.
be, and the same is hereby, amended
to read as follows:
"It shall be unlawful for any per
son to sweep, scrub or flush the
dust, dirt, or refuse, on, upon, over,
off or from, any public sidewalk of
the City of Phoenix within the busi
ness section thereof, or to throw or
piace tnereon or move or remove
therefrom, any dust, dirt or refuse,
between the hours of 7:30 a. m. and
9:30 p. m., or to rio or perform any
act or thing thereon or therewith
during any hours whatsoever which
shall affect or menace the health or
safety, or interfere with the con
venience or comfort, of the public
generally or of any person or persons
lawfully using the same."
Sec. 2. WHEREAS, the immediate
operation of this ordinance is neces
sary for the public peace, health and
safety, an emergency is hereby de
clared to exist, and this ordinance
shall be in full force and effect from
and after its passage by the Commis
sion and approval by the Mayor, and
is hereby exempted from the referen
dum provision of the City Charter.
PASSED BY the Commission of
the City of Phoenix this 9th day of
July. 1914.
Approved this 9th tlav of July, 1914.
JOSEPH COPE.
Vice Chairman.
Attest:
FRANK THOMAS.
City Clevk.
Summer Residences Of Ed O'Malley, J. S. Griffin
And E. T. Collings At Popular Iron Springs
' News from Iron Springs Indicates
that everything is running smoothly in
that reort this summer. Houses that
have not beep occupied for several sea
sons are being put In order for their
Printing.-
CANTALOUPE
MARKET IS A CORKER
Mesa Man Writing From Mile High
City Says Growers Should be.
Proud of Their Melons.
Charles F. Jones, who is off on .1
I three months vacation f rom Mesa,
I writes the correspondent of the Re-
I I ublican so interestingly of matters
of importance to ranchers of this sec
tion that his lettei is published be
low: "I arrived in Denver this morning
and took great pleasure in noting
the abundance of Arizona cante
lcuoes on the local market and was
gratitled to learn that they are mov
ing in very good order. Considerable
I mpluint however, is being lodgeu
' against the manner in w hich the
I i.u;.Kinu '. being dine. In nume-i.s
instances ponies and jumbos show
in the same crate, which does not
look good in competition market.
"A great featu.e which appears to
me is the way in which the ripe.s
are being handled by Dawson Broth
ers at this place. Ii simply means
that they are furnishing the market
with the culls, which would other
wise bfc used for hog" feed, were tt.cy
allowed to remuin in the Mesa fi.lds.
"A thing of peculiar interest to
me is that the Denver people are
educated to straw ripe melons. I
presume that this comes abiut
through the fact that they are so
close to the Rocky Ford district. I
saw several crates of melons which
were ..bout right for shipping io the
eastern market, which were going
begging this morning on account of
their being in green condition. The
Itcal price is $-.50 to t.75.
"You may feel assured that the
grower will be glad to know that
Dawson Brothers at this end of the
line appear to be a bunch of live
w ires."
The above letter is seif explantory.
A DARK TOWN.
Mesa was in darkness Monday
night. There was no great explosion
co fuss, nor noise over it, but the
lights just went off and remained
off, from about 8:30 p. m. until, well
sometime Tuesday morning.
TO STUDY ENGRAVING.
S. E. Burrows, the Mesa jeweler,
leaves today for Philadelphia, where
he will take a course in hand en
graving and special work in watch
repairing. Mr. Burrows is a good
jeweler, but he wishes to "brush up"
on seme minor details as well as
learn engraving. He will be gone
some months or more.
INSURANCE ADJUSTER HERE
Walter McKinley, an insurance ad
juster of Phoenix, was in Mesa on
business Tuesday. Mr. McKinley
settled several lire losses in this scc
lien last week, among them being the
loss of the Peters hay warehouse at
Rilbert. This loss was adjusted on
the basis of 1000 tons of hay being
in the warehouse.
GOVERNOR AT CLUB ROOMS.
The governor has been duly in
stalled in the rooms of the Mesa
Commercial club and was inducted
into the place of honor by Judge
George Irwin. Judge Irwin was over
in Phoenix the other day, during
meat eanteloupes that his company
hfcis glowing in that section.
PINK MEAT MELONS.
Fred Hilveit, representative of S.
A. Gerrard & Co., on the Mesa mar
ket, went over to Glendale Tuesday,
to loo!; over some 113 acres of pink
to $$3.5U for standards, with jum
bos some better. This quotation is
better than the Chicago market. New
York reports that the melons were
in the very finest condition possible
and in demand. Similar report came of
shipment of five cars that arrived
in Cincinnati, where a splendid
owners. There has been an active de
mand for houses to rent by temporary
members. The club itself owns several
small houses which it will rent cheap,
but has made no effort to rent them
MESA OFFICE
With Everybody's Drug Store, Phone 6 I j
Mesa Correspondent, Charles F. Jones. I
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price was received, and the quality
of goods was the cause of great appre
ciative comment. In fact, the Mesa
melons were said to be the very
best that had ever been received and
the demand greate.' than the possi
ble supplv.
FIRST CAR OUT OF GILBERT
The first carload shipment of wa
termelons to leave Gilbert, was ship
ped Tuesday by the Mesa Produce
;ompany and went to Tucson. There
were a few crates of tomatoes and
eanteloupes in the car, but the bulk
of the shipment consisted of water
melons. This is but the beginning
of big things for Gilbert, which is
'lie coming town.
BACK FROM PHOENIX.
J. It. Presdley has veturned from
a busines trip to rhoenix and other
'joints.
FLEE TO THE MOUNTAINS.
P. E. Fuller and family left Tues
day to spend some six weeks or
more summering in the mountains.
Mr. Fuller is the representative of
the United States Department of
Agriculture with an office in Mesa.
NEW YORK MARKET HIGH.
S. A. Gerrard & Co., received re
ports Tuesday from the carload
shipment of eanteloupes that left
here for the metropolis, and arrived
there a few days ago. The eante
loupes bring from J2.r0 for ponies
an interview with His Excellency
persuaded him for a photo which
was graciously given. On his re
turn to Mesa Judge Irwin placed the
govenno.-'s photo over the portals
of the club rooms.
IN FROM FOUR PEAKS.
Mrs. Felix Land and Mrs. Car
penter came in from their ranch at
Four Peaks .Monday and were in
time to attend the funeral of the late
F. M. Fewel.
TO GRAND CANYON
Misses Grace Peterson and Viva
Vilman left Tuesday to spend a.
while visiting the Grand Canyon and
in the northern part of the state.
HELD FOR FORGERY.
Frank Campbell was bound over
t the superior court in the sum of
one thousand dollars, when he was
given a preliminary hearing beforo
Judge George Irwin, of Mesa, on the
charge of forgery. Failing to give
bend he was committed (to JaiL
Campbell was a paroled prisoner
from the penitentiary, where he was
serving a sentence for embezzlement.
He was paroled in custody of M
Isaac Dana, who had taken an in
terest in him and wanted to give him
a show to make good. He secured
employment here, on his arrival sev
eral weeks ago, with the Brimhall
confectionery company. He went
back to his old tricks Saturday and
fcrgtd three checks on I.orin Brim
hall for J25.00 each, cashing them
at the Toggery, one at the Parlor
estaurant and one at Holladay's
drug store. He also went to Mr.
Dana's home and stole a fountain
pen and a gold watch. He hiked out
for Phoenix, where he was arrested
by Officer Burton Sunday morning.
INDULGE !N FISTICUFFS.
A Mexican named Jose Riviera and
Al Comer, who operates a soft drink
parlor, had a fight Sunday morning
and were called to answer before
Judge Irwin Monday. Comer pleaded
guilty and paid a fine of $10.00. The
.Mexican, who had to work Monday,
was given until the evening to plead.
FIGHT ON STREETS OF MESA
Victor Ross and Earl Moody had
u fight on the streets of Mesa Sun
day afternoon and both were up eb
fore the police justice Monday. The
fight was the result of a quarrel
that originated Fourth of July, when
a brother of Moody insulted Ross,
who was with some ladies. In the
fight Sunday Ross put his foot in
Moody's eye, much to Moody's dis
comfort, etc. Moody plead guilty
of scrapping and was fined $10.00.
Ross asked for time, and will be
given a hearing Wednesday.
FEWEL FUNERAL IN MESA.
The funeral of Frank M. Few.
who was killed in a fight with W. C.
Thompson Sunday morning at Desert
Wells, was held in the Christian
church of Mesa Monday afternoon,
the services being conducted by Rev.
J. R. Rountree. Interment was
marie immediately afterwards in the
local cemetery. The mother, riaugh
ter and two sons of the deceased ar
rived in Mesa from Tonto Basin at
an early hour yesterday morning to
be present at the funeral. It was a
l.eart-rendering scene, when the grief
stricken mother and children came
to mourn over their dead
who left
until all stockholders who wish to rent
houses had succeeded in obtaining ten
ants. The Iron Spring Outing club is not a
money making institution. A great
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GLENDALE
Miss Margaret Meagher, of Glen
dale, is the correspondent of The
Arizona Republican in that dis
trict and will be glad to receive
all items of news at the Glenwood
hotel.
CALLED EAST MOTHER ILL
F. W. Akin of Peoria, received a tel
egram Sunday morning stating that i
: his mother was dangerously ill, at the
old home in isconsin, so .vir. AKin
left Sunday night for her bedside.
CITY WINS LAWSUIT
A lawsuit between the Peoples Lum
ber company and the city of Glendale,
on a writ of garnisheement to collect a
bill on wages of a city employe, was
won by the city.
AGAIN GLENDALE LEADS
Glendale is the home of the prettiest
girl baby, under four years, in Maricopa
county, so the judges decided at the
Baby Show last Saturday.
The little girl is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert McKay of this city.
Mr. McKay is connected with the rec
lamation service with headquarters
here. msa:i
F. G. Hilvert of the S. A. Gerrard
Commission company, with headquar
ters in Mesa was a business visitor
yesterday.
Glendale enjoyed a nice little rain
Monday evening, it didn't do any dam
age to the cantaloupes but still was
enough to lay the dust and to cool the
atmosphere.
Charles Rogers, the official weigher,
for the Transcontinental Weights Bu
reau was a business visitor to the Cap
itol city yesterday.
Word received from a car of canta
loupes sold in New York City Monday
was to the effect that they brought
three dollars and a half per crate. This
will net the grower a neat sum.
LEAVE FOR PLEASURE TRIP
Ralph Greer, who is connected with
the reclamation service here in a re
sponsible capacity, will leave Wednes
day evening over the Santa Fe for a
six weeks visit at his old hold in New
York City, and will also spend some
time in the Adirondack. Mr. Creer's
parents reside in New York City.
RETURNS FROM PRESCOTT
Tom Moss who has been spending a
few days in Prescott, returned Sunday
morning.
them in such splendid health Wed
i esday morning of last week. A large
crowd of sympathising friends at
tended the funeral services at the
church.
DR. DRANE INDISPOSED.
Dr. J. E. Dr.me was confined to
his bed at his home on McDonough
street Monday, suffering from a
flight indisposition. He expects to
bo out today.
TO WORK FOR UNCLE SAM.
Mr. Sam McBride went to Chand
ler Sunday, where he has been em
ployed to work for L'ncle Sam in
some construction work that is being
curried on by the reclamation ser
vice near I hat town. Mr. McBride
is a young man that has made a
host
that
hate
of friends in the few months
he has been in Mesa and all
to lose him to another district.
BROUGHT BACK FROM COAST
George B. Carson was brought
back from Los Angeles Monday
morning by Sheriff Adams and a
hearing before Judge George S. Ir
win on the charge of assault with a
deadly weapon. He was lodged in
jail to wait trial at the superior
court, pending the securing a bonds
man. Carson was arrested in Los
Angeles and brought back here on
requisition papers to answer for
crime committed in February, when
he beat A. E. Walch in the head
with a hammer.
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IRON SPRINGS
Several tramps have made their
pppearance in camp from time to
time. It has always been the policy
of the householders in camp to dis
courage their presence by refusing
them meals and asking them to ap
ply at the store.
In the past two seasons the im
provements to cottages took tin
form of additions of screen porches
and bathrooms. This season there
are new cottages being built. The
Laird cottage is just completed and
Mrs. T. W. Pemberton and H. Clay
Parker are planning to build on a
site on the Parker lot.
many local people fail to grasp the idea
that it is a purely mutual association,
and no effort is made to obtain more
than enough money to actually pay the
running expenses
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Magnificent Equipment Excellent Cuisine Unobtrusive Service y0,
W "7nfi ForONE ForTwo Cr:l 0'
m UU 100 Rooms, Toilet oD8C 31 W
m, . W sncljvatory . $2 00 $3.00 nd $3.50
W, I iviirUnA 100Rooms,withBatti2.50 $4.00 SUmtTIPr If
W- LUXIIF OUS 20 3 00 $4 00 and $5.00 OUIIIIIIGI M
H 100 4 00 5.00 and 6 00 PofoC
W, Dr I"1 500 6.00 and 7 00 IXdlCi
l00mS 100 Rooms, wltti Bith tnsuite. on which , r. 1
I special summer rates will he made. NOW 111 tfteCt "
p A. C. BILICKE. President VERNON GOODWIN, Managing Director MORGAN ROSS, Manager 'M.
keenix SngravingGmpanij
MAKE CUTS
S. HARRY
35 East Washington St.
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Fairbanks-Morse Engines
Nestor Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc. ,
ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY CO.
3rd Ave. and Jackson "We Have the Stock" Phoenix
Cotton Growers, Attention Buy yonr cotton field
machinery at Kunz Eros. & Messinger and save money.
Let us snow vou.
Phoenix Directory
Automobiles ' Garages ' Accessories
Auto Tire Repair Co.
Vulcanizing: of All Kinds
Arizona Motor
Company, inc.
Arizona
Vulcanizing Works
BUCK
W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agenti
Garage and Salesrooms
313 North Central Avenue. Phone 1450
Diamond Tires
COLE
TRANSCONTINENTAL
GARAGE
108-110 N. Second Ave.
CAPITAL
AUTO SUPPLY C0.517 n. clTZr w Tho. 107,
Hudqnnfi-dO0SCAR IRVIN AGENT
nuu!50n U-H-U Garage 229 E. Adams St.
$1700.00 F. O. B. PHOENIX
f
CASEPACKARD McARTHUR BROS
S21 N. CENTER STREET
FRANKLIN
Ford Motor Car
Master
Carburetors
MAXWELL
Overland
RADIATORS
CiSUs Pleasure
wLSlLJf If.
THAT PRINT
ROBERTSON
Phone 1709
Firestone tires
Kept in Stock
134 N. Center St.
AUTOMOBILES Everything fer th
automobile carried In stnrk
FIRST AND VAN BUREN STREET8
VULCANIZING OF ALL KINDS DONE PROMPT
LY. WORK GUARANTEED. OUT OF TOWN
WORK SOLICITED.
210 W. Washington St.
Overland Phone S2
110 N. Central Ave.,
Phono 414.
M. L. BUCKLEY, JR.
The Standardized Car. Chase Motor
Truckj. COLE MOTOR COMPANY.
General Repair Work.
4th and Washington Sts. Phone 1228
MOTOR CARS W. A. Horrell
521 N. Central Phone 1223
Expert Service Men
Storage, Repairs and Gen
eral Machine Work. Work
guaranteed.
ACCESSORIES
U. 8. TIRES, OILS, GREASE
Phone 539 or 596
Arizona Auto Company, 303 North C-n
Iral Avenue. Phone 1241. State agents
tor Moreland and "Little Giant" Motor
Trucks.
THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET
TODAY
GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Arizona
Corner Second and Adams Streets
S-passenger $625. RunaoouT 575
EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent
308-310 E. Adams St.
Maricopa County Agent for Bendrie
Tires
More Mileage. More Speed.
More Power, Guaranteed
SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR CO,
309-315 North Central Avenue
The Car you ought to buy
Gates & Tremaine
221 North First Street
Best Equipped Machine Shop in Southwest
Complete Stock of Accessories
OVERLAND AUTO CO.,
Phone 686. 326 N. Central Ave.
Repaired end Rebuilt. We repair lamps, wind
shields and fenders. We also replace glasses
In windshields and lamps, and do coppersmith
work. 233 North Center St.
Cars and Commercial Trucks
L NAOUIN. DistributoB

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