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Opens Noon Aug'. 17 (ft IN the largest and most sanitary cafeteria in Arizonawith plenty of room, lots of fresh, cool air, and service that will be unequalled. In a cafeteria where the kitchen is the model of cleanliness; where everything is "spick and span", and only hygenic and scientific methods of cooking are employed. A cafeteria with a home-like environment yonr eating place. Try par fresh fruits and vegetables; rich fruity pies and toothsome cakes; take a sip of oar ice cold tea with a touch of lemon; cold or warm meats served with delicious gravies that put "an edge on your latent appetite" Make this your "hot weather" eating place; bring wifie down in the evening just see if we can't make you enjoy eating these hot days. Economic Hyg'enic Service West nf jj Columbia Theatre 'New P&Mce C&fetteriA" 128-130 West Adams St. am SOUTH SIDE NEWS HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR., GENERAL 60UTHSIDE AGENT. Rafar to him Subscription Orders, Stop, Change, aa wall aa all buainaaa ragarding Advertising and Job Printing. TEMPE OFFICE With Butterbaugh A Carr, Phone 53. Temps Correspondent, H. B. Griffan, Jr. MESA OFFICE With Everybody's Drug Store, Phone Mesa Correapondent, J. R. Rountree $5,000,000 Bond Issue For Roads Reduces Taxes And Get Roads Now List Your Houses For Kent with us. We have, tenants for an unlimited number. . Butterbaugh&Carr Realty Dealers Tempe, Ariz. TEMPS FOR HOUSES TEMPE INCREASES Calls From All Parts of the State Re ceived Seventy-five More Houses Might Be Filled. The demand for furnished or unfur nished houses in or near Tempe is be coming greater daily while the sup ply, long ago well used up, is almost completely exhausted. Building is go ing on pretty regularly but it comes far from filling the demand, which is coming in on the local real estate dealers, from all directions and In all ways. That at least seventy-five houses could be rented between now and the last of the month in Tempe is almost a certainty. Calls from out of town parties, wanting to rent for the next year, eive little doubt but what every available house could be rented in lit tle or no time. - B. H. Scudder, a property holder in Resinol clears bad xions The regular use of Resinol Soap, with an occasional lijrht application of Resinol Cintment, stimulates the skin, permits nat ural, healthy action, and rid3 the complexion of pimples black heads, redness and roughness, -quickly, easily and at little cost. Andragstatswtt Rwtnnl Soap and R--inol Ointmnnt. Fortrislsieof esch.writa to Dept. 15-S, Reaino). Baltimore Md. Mesa, Glendale Phoenix and Tempe, has just completed the construction of four new houses in Tempe. Barely had work started on them before the renting started; now all are filled. Mr. Scudder has figured pretty deeply in the renting business, and of all the valley towns he chose Tempe as the one to build in. Between now and September 1 many a call will be registered for houses to rent. Maybe some of the calls will meet with success, but a good many more will go unfilled. is now located with the state entomol ogy bureau. He held a similar position with the United States laboratory in Tempe last winter and spring. SUNDAY EXCITEMENT. Mr. Edward Cheeley, Frank S. Bald win one Indian, and a few assistants afforded a little excitement for an in terested crowd in front of Laird & Dines drug store yesterday morning for a few moments. War began to brew between the first named two, then the Indian made his appearance in an attempt to retain peace, but instead he got the full benefit of a blow from the mighty arm of the veterinary. Silent peace was bestowed upon him for a few moments all right. A large volume of words and a few blows betwixt the two promoters ended matters before further damage was done. BACK FROM PRESCOTT. Mrs. J. B. Griffing returned Saturday from Prescott, where she enjoyed a couple of weeks' rest. Accompanying her wag her sister. Miss Kelly, who will enroll as a student at the Tempe normal the coming term. SCHOOL'S OUT. Mips Rena Hodnett arrived in Tempe yesterday morning from Flagstaff, Arizona, where she has spent a greater part of the summer. She was enrolled at the northern Arizona normal school for the summer term which closed a week or two ago. DOWN FROM HAYDEN. Fred Nettle, but a month or so ago widely known hereabouts as a mem ber of the Tempe Bears' Club, returned Saturday evening from Hayden, where he has been in the employ of the Ray Consolidated Copper company and in cidentally playing a little ball on the side. COAST VISITORS. Earl Dains, Mrs. Pains and their two children left on the early Maricopa train yesterday morning for Los Ange les on a ninety day vacation. VISITING RELATIVES. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lewis of Flores ville, Texas, arrived in Tempe the last of the week for a month's visit with Mrs. Lewis' brother, C. O. Austin and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis were well known residents of this country fif teen years ago. In their honor a fam ily reunion of the Austins of Tempe and relatives was held yesterday after noon at the C. O. Austin home on West Fifth street. Plates were laid for forty all related too, be it understood. HE'S FROM DOUGLAS. E. A. Packard of Douglas, arrived in Tempe Saturday night for a short stay. He is interested In one of the many large ranches of the Tempe district, his being located five miles south of town. WATER RUN TONIGHT. Irrigation water will be turned in the town ditches tonight for the ac customed run at ten o'clock. VISITOR FROM PHOENIX. Edward J. Brunenkant, a Tempe nor mal Btudent last term, was a visitor here vesterdav from. Phoenix, wber? he MOVING HOME. , Mrs. L. C. Tucker and family will today move into their old home on Normal avenue, after nearly a year's residence on the normal campus. Mrs. Tucker will operate a rooming and boarding house from now on. Board ers are solicited now. Furnished rooms will also be available within a few days. o 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. WORK STARTED AT SUGAR FAC TORY. The work of installing the machin ery necessary for the manufacturing of cane sugar was started last week at the Southwestern Sugar Factory. The campaign is expected to start sometime during the month of October. STAG DINNER. J. Johnson was the host at a very pleasant stag dinner, given to a few friends Saturday evening at 9 o'clock at the Hotel Glenwood. The host, who is an excellent shot, provided the game served at the dinner. Among the guests were Ray Stauffer, A. T. Bird, L. A. Neisman and H. T. Connors. AT PRESCOTT. H. Marshall and H. D. Betts left Sat urday evening for Prescott, Arizona. Mr. Betts expects to return Monday, hut his friend will remain in the mile high city several weeks. OUT FROM PHOENIX. Miss Hazel EIrick and Don Pfnnell motored out from Phoenix Sunday and were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo L. Pennell at the Hotel Glenwood. AT RIVERSIDE PARK. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Leo L. Purnell, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Pearson. Jane Pearson, . Margaret Frock, Miss Harrington, J. Johnson, A. T. Bird, V. Hammels, L. Hendricks and the Misses Chesneys were among the Glendale folks that enjoyed an outing at Riverside Sunday. PERSONAL. R.. M. Rule spent Sunday in Phoenix with; friends. Miss Hammels and Miss Bennett were shopping in Phoenix Saturday. H. G. White and R. Harper were Phoenix visitors Saturday. Mr. Manuel of Peoria was in Glendale Sunday. o CRAZY PASSENGER. COPENHAGEN, August 16. An English gentleman, who was traveling in a first-ciass xnr on the express train from Christiania to Copenhagen, suddenly went mad, and threatened to kill the other passengers by means of a long dagger. The railway staff succeeded in dis arming him, but he then barricaded himself in the compartment When the train arrived at Gothenborg the police forced the door, and, accompanied by three officers he was taken In a motor car to a lunatic asylum, (Continued from yesterday morning) By LAMAR COBB, State Engineeer Approximate Mileage and County Fund Provided By Proposed Bond Issue County Apache . . Ccconino .. Navajo . . . Mohave . . Yuma .. . Graham . . Santa Cruz Ya va pai Pima . . . Pinal . . . Maricopa . Gila . . Cochise . . Greenlee . . Plan of Mi. 7j fur.d Per mi. . 80 $ r.9.963.00 7,-iO.OU .200 lfiO,4,-)!t.OO 802.00 . 70 70,4!tS.OO .110 140,445.00 .110 131,996.00 . 80 iH.503.0Q . 30 58.297.00 .190 395.733.00 .110 23S. 136.00 . 75 192,626.00 .230 668,096.00 . 65 323.906.00 .120 877,511.00 . 45 340,830.00 Highway Advisory 1,007.00 1.276.00 1,200.00 1,144.00 1.943.00 2,082.00 2.165.00 2,568.00 2,904.00 4,983.00 7,311.00 8.119.H0 Board then would be their mistakes. Each Mesa's Whited Sepulchre; Psychological Depression? and all would have a common in terest in any credit that might ac crue to thorn from successful per formance of their work and the same interest in suppressing that which would not be to their benefit no independent body under the law with j authority to inspect their work, ex- amine their accounts, and to make public criticisms of their acts. The; plan proposed is superior from every point of view to a paid commission. The Bond Amendment: Will reduce the tax rate, spreading the cost of construction over a longer period; Things Were Not "yyim considering we won three out of the They Scorned (and Other Mr. McGowan pitched for Maricopa Shakespearean Quota- county and did remarkably weii for v T , ' an hour the only trouble was the tlOllS) Willi Jewels ilO 1 ot her sixtv minutes. Something very terrible occurred, and though tney tried to keep it from the crowds, you know how impossible that is, es pecially in Phoenix. The way I heard it was that his arm had gone on the Fritz, that he'd lost his head and that the Miners' hard hitting tribe simply jostled him loose from Concealed AVeakness By SALLY JACOBS It was good for awhile. The first part of the game was splendid and i anyone might have made a brilliant i play for both teams appeared per :his sn0es was it surprising that he Insures immediate buildinir of main'fectiv balanced. But things were not ; was nervous? Someone. I believe. roads in every county; ' I as they seemed, more's the pity, and telephoned for the ambulance, for I vm reuuee me cost per nine or of a SU(lden we suffered a serious construc ting and maintaining the i state highways; collapse. Names the exact roads to be im- There were several efficiency ex- Superior to Commission The safeguard provided by the in dependent highway advisory hoard will insure botli proper construction and expenditure of the fund. No dif ficulty has been experienced in se curing men of the highest standing to serve as regents of the university who serve without salary nor will there be any in securing equally as eminent men for the highway advis ory board. Most of this fund will be expended for grading, draining, culverts and bridges. There are numerous engineers of the highest standing in Arizona familiar with this character of work, any of whom would accept position on this board. To inspect (uch work will not take a great deal of their time and with full authority to have independent audit made at any time of the ac counts of the state engineer they can keep in close touch with the .ex penditures. The state engineer not being of their selection they will be unhampered by ties of any kind that might interfere with criticism of his work. Their standing in Arizona will be such as not only to insure con fidence among the people that the work is being properly executed, but also afford protection to the honest official in charge of expenditures. On the other hand a paid commission of as high a class of men could not be secured for the salaries paid In Ari zona. Judging by the personnel of such commissions in other states they would be laymen not familiar with the work and of a class to whom the necessarily small salary would appeal. They would appoint their own engineer whose mistakes proved; Provides highways connecting all county seats and most of the prin cipal towns and communities; Will reduce the cost of transporta tion; Will increase the value of all pro perty: Guarantees to each county the ex penditure therein of at least 7574 of the amount contributed; Compels wealthier counties to as sist weaker to maintain uniform con struction in all counties; Gives local supervisors voice in se lecting other state highways after construction of proposed system; Places sale of bonds with loan commission to be sold as funds are needed; Authorizes state board of control and state engineer to administer ex penditure of fund; Charges state engineer with direct supervision of construction and ex penditures therefor; Provides that all claims must be approved by the state enjrineer and audited by the state auditor; Provides for independent advisory board of the highest class of men to inspect construction, have accounts examined at least once each year, and report thereon; Provides all necessary safeguards for the proper expenditure of the money; Leaves to the legislature power to further circumscribe authority of of ficials charged with the administra tion of this fund; Announces that Arizona, the most progressive in all other respects, is endeavoring to keep pace with her sister states in road improvement. pcrts among the spectators who wit nessed the pastime at Riverside yes terday, and perhaps they made the didn't see Mr. McGowan in the ninth. his place being taken by the thought ful and obliging Mr. AVilliams. There was an under-current of sadnes that could not be dispelled, for besides the worry caused by Mr. McGowan's ill health, there was a little ache in Jewels ill at ease. Of course, to the , our hearts for Mr. Billy Dodge. Yes. the adorable Mr. Dodge, always bright, smiling, and "on the job," is leaving us today for Tucson. Please, if any of you have any in- Whc-n Ray Keating, the Yanks pitcher, defeated Cleveland on August 1, it was the first game he had won since May 4, on which day he beat Washington. ARMSTRONG'S BABY DOLLS, Opening at Columbia Tomorrow Evening France has granted a patent for a process of bleaching and drying sea weed for packing purposes. Miners they were merely fans, but to those who knew, it must have been a severe test indeed to play, for instance, under the coollv. critical eye of ' Tubby" Hudson. Mr. Hudson, j fluence. with the boy. stop him be- -r.n rompmhpr ivn hurt On the din- lore 11 S lOO Irlie. mond many weeks ago, and the poor boy will not be able to play for at least a year. But he has not lost his interest nor enthusiasm in base ball. Mr. Krause, one of the Solon pitchers, was there, and Mr. Goodole Leachy was noted among those pres ent. Manager Frank Baum, of Phoenix, Manager Abe Lukin, of Tempe, and Manager Longowski, of Mesa, were "down below" where they could express themselves freely and forcibly. That is, if they wanted to, and 1 imagine they did, for I know how we felt. The grandstandeis were very quiet except in the sev enth inning, when under the direc tion of Mr. J. M. Ormsby, a chorus sang the effective song hit of the season, "You Can't Get 'Er Over." It was then the deed was done that made Ernie Williams the popular hero in this part of the world. Hur rah for him, for it was his clean cut strike that scored runs in the per sons of Mr. Clarence Barton and Mr. Roily Pomeroy, and took him to third. When Mr. Williams found this took well with the audience, he sensibly repeated his action in the ninth, bringing home Mr. Bond. If it had happened half a dozen times more the score would have tied, but as it was Miami made ten while we were four fair . enough, wasn't it, 8UMMER TOURIST RATES To Atchison, Kan I 55.00 Baltimore, Md 102.50 Boston, Mass 105.60 Chicago, 111 67.50 Colorado Springs, CoL 45.00 Council Bluffs, Iowa 55.00 Denver, CoL 45.00 Duluth, Minn 78.30 Kansas City, Mo 65.00 Leavenworth, Kan 55.00 Memphis, Tenn 66.00 Minneapolis, Minn. 70.70 Montreal, Quebec 103.50 New York, N. Y. 103.60 Omaha. Nebr. 65.00 Philadelphia, Pa. 103.50 Portland. Me. 103.60 Pueblo, Col 5.00 Quebec, P. Q 11150 St. Joseph, Mo 65.00 St. Louis, Mo 65.00 St. Paul, Minn 70.70 Toronto. Ont. 90.70 Washington, D. C. 102.59 Tickets. . ale on sale August 17, 18, 20, 21. 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, Sept. 4, B, 9. 10, 11. Final Return Limit Three Months From Date of Sale but Not to Ex ceed October 31st. Diverse Routes Liberal Stopovers Insist on Having your Tickets Routed via the E. P. and S. W. in connec tion with the GOLDEN STATE LIMITED Through Without Change To Kansas City Chicago St. Louis For Information regarding routes. Pullman reservations, etc., inquire ot Agent, Arizona Eastern Railroad, Phoenix, Arizona, or Address GARNETT KING, Gen. Pass. AsU El Paso, Tex.