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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1914
PAGE SEVEN; sills & 25 O Me E Follow Crowd 6 MONDAY noon, 250 persons were served at an average price of 32 cents per meal. This does not mean to say that that is all a meal will cost yon-bat gives jon an idea of onr scale of charges. When yon consider the cold meats, the fresh fruits and vegetables; the big roomy dioing-roora and spotless linen; yon must agree as to the economy of eating with us. THEN, there's the pleasure of choosingthe "picking out" just exactly what yon want to eat. A dish of frnit salad; a glass of rich, creamy, ice-cold milk; some red, ripe tomatoes, and cold or warm meatjust as yon please. Eat with us in a homelike environment. Come along and bring wifie; and let us help you enjoy eating these hot days. Economic Hyg'enic Service West of Columbia Theatre "New P&l&ce C&fefteriA 99 128-130 West Adams St. SOUTH SIDE NEWS HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR., GENERAL 80UTH8IDE AGENT. Refer to him Subscription Orders, Stop, Change, at well as all buiiness regarding Advertising and Job Printing. TEMPE OFFICE With Butterbaugh & Carr, Phone 53. Tempo Correspondent, H. B. Griffen, Jr, MESA OFFICE With Everybody' Drug Store, Phone Mesa Correspondent, J. R. Rountre List Your Houses For Rent with us. "We have tenants for an unlimited number. Butterbaugh&Carr Realty Dealers Tempe, Ariz. as its new pastor. A favorite with the young folks, and a continual conscientious worker Mr. Rountree will find a great field in Tempe. It has been Mr. Rountree's desire to make his home in a college town, so Tempe will furnish him all that he might wish. Rev. Mr. Rountree shortly preaches his farewell sermon in the Mesa Christian tabernacle. A week later will find him a resident of Tempe and at home to his new work. The selection of a new pastor for the Tempe church is caused by th resignation of Mr. Dunlap to enter upon his new duties as secretary ot the church in Arizona. He also as sumes charge of his new work on the first of September. ) TEMPI POPULAR MESA PASTOR ACCEPTS JEMPE'S CALL Rsv. John R. Rountree of Christian Church Will Transfer Sept. 1 Rev. John R. Rountree, present pastor of the Christian church in Mesa, has been, extended a call by the Tempe Christian church to fill the vacancy In the local pastorate caused by the resignation of Rev. R. E. Dunlap. The call was extended at a meeting of the church mem bers Sunday, Rev. Mr. Rountree was a visitor here yesterday, and the contract Is closed for him to take charge of the Tempe pastorate Sep tember 1st. The local church Is to be congratu lated on securing Rev. Mr. Rountree UZSA SOLD LIQUOR LICENSE. T Epifanio Floret Draws 50-50 Sentence from Justice mm - - -1 Bwtrl ii3is You can get rid of itching with Resinol WHAT relief! The very first application of Resinol Oint ment top ths itching; and your tortured skin feels cool and com , ' fortable at laat Won't you try the easy Resinol way to heal eczema or other akin-eruptionT 1 Doctors have prescribed it for nineteen years. RestMl Ointment, with the fcrfpof Retinal Boss, clears away pimples and blackheads, sad Is a meet valuable household remedy (or sores, kun, bolls, piles, etc Sold a? aildnwsteta. For isaple write to Beeiaol. Dept. -8. Baltimore, aid. A PHOENIX VISITOR Justice of the Peace Edward P. Carr of Tempe paid a professional visit to the Capital City yesterday afternoon. ENGINEER HERE Engineer L. G. Knipe of Phoenix was a visitor in Tempe yesterday looking after his local work. LAST WEEK'S WEATHER Daily maximum and minimum weather temperatures were recorded as follows at the local united bureau of entomology laboratory for the week ending August 16th. Temperature. Date. Max. Min: August 10 106 August 1-1 108 August 12 109 August 13 107 August 14 10S August 15 Ill August 16 Ill JUSTICE OF PEACE CANDIDATE J. W. Branch, the local photo grapher, yesterday filed his petition with the clerk of the board of super visors announcing his candidacy for nomination to the office of justice of the peace of the local precinct subject to the will of the voters at the democratic primaries. Mr. Branch has heretofore had some ex perience as a Justice of the peace. serving for a number of years while a resident of Avord, Texas. Twenty three years as a teacher in the grammar and high schools of Ten nessee and Texas will also tend to strengthen Mr. Branch's chances in the justice of the peace race for this precinct. Judge George S. Irwin yesterday morning fined Epefanio. Flores fifty dollars for selling liquor without a license. Flores was brought into court Monday by Deputy George Brawner, who arrested him Sunday at his place in a Yaqul settlement west of Chandler. Flores did not know how to plead exactly, but when two Mexicans said that they had bought booze from him, he thought that maybe they did. So upon those facts Judge Irwin thought best to fine him an appropriate sum. Being unable to pay the fine Flores was committed to jail and was carried over to the county jail at Phoenix by Deputy George Brawner. For some time it had been sus pected that Flores was doing a land office booze business selling "fire water" to the Yaqui residents of his settlement. Saturday night there was quite a debauch and revelry around and in his place and the au thorities commenced an investigation which resulted In his arrest on the charge. Two Mexicans that had formed a grievance against Flores. admitted the truth of the charge of buying the stuff from Epefanio and he did not try to enter a denial. He will repent his misdeeds in the county hostelry. VISITING IN TEMPE Mrs. Frank Blandy and daughter of Phoenix are visiting in Tempe this week as the guest of Mrs. Mln nie Kerns at the H. E. Laird home in Farmer's addition. SERVICES WERE GOOD The union service of the Tempe churches held on the city plaza Sunday evening was largely attended. Rev. Wilbur Fisk, pastor of the Methodist church, preached on the sermon topic. "The Evolution of the Temperance Question." Union ser vices of the local churches on Sun day nights will continue until the second Sunday In September. MRS. HENRY SANDOZ serves good home cooked meals every day. Come and try them. Chicken dinner on Sun days. 806 Mill Ave. Furnished room for rent with board. Advertisement. tf side. Hence It has not always been an easy matter to tell just what the house claimed for itself the person ality of the owner and the individual characteristics of its inhabitants. This is no more to be. Numbers, blight and shining, will be placed on the front of all Mesa residences and business houses and hereafter it will be a case of four, eleven or forty four and every house will be iden tified. I The city ordinance requiring the numbering of houses was passed some five weeks or more ago and thirty days given in which to do the numbering. A penatly of five dol lars per day for failure to number the house by the 18th of August was attached to the ordinance giving it sanction and efficacy. There is some trouble being experienced in deciding Just what number one's house should be, but it is expected that the trouble will be obviated and everybody will awake Wednesday morning with full knowledge or his number. NICOLL'S CASE CONTINUED The hearing in the case of R. W. Nicoll, who is charged with peddling without a license, was continued yesterday morning, when City At torney Dougherty was called to Florence on business. Nicoll Intends to fight the case right on through the supreme court, if necessary, as he feels that the city ordinance was an unjust discrimination against him. CHARGED WITH JOSHING THE PLAYERS Marshal Peyton has sworn out a warrant charging J. C. Entz, ' who works at Stapley's with raising a disturbance at the ball game Satur day. It seems that Entz, who was on the outside, joshed the Miami players and they complained to the marshal. PICTURES FOR SWITZERLAND L. H. Holland went out to the Dan Mahoney ranch, near Chandler, Sunday, and took photos of several scenes thereabout. Holland says that the Mahoney ranch is one of the best in the country and that he got some views worth while. The pic tures are to be taken back to Switz erland by J. Lachninini, who wishes to Interest some of his compatriots in the Salt River valley. LOSES TEAM MULES Some time during the night Sun day, a team of mules disappeared from the corral at the home or L.. H. Holland and have not yet re ported for service. The mules were properly shut in and their taking leave is rater suspicious of someone having removed them without the permission of the owner. In fact Holland thinks that the mules were stolen. FINE SPECIMENS OF TOBACCO C. W. Baldwin, who has been ex perimenting with raising tobacco in this section, exhibited a splendid specimen of grand point perique at the . commercial club rooms yester day. The tobacco was raised from imported seeds and showed up strong, with body and tone. The experiments seem to suggest that tobacco could be successfully raised in commercial quantities in this section. TAKING TEACHERS' EXAMS. Several of the Mesa school teach ers have gone over to Phoenix where they are busily engaged taking examinations for teachers' certifi cates. Some of the teachers have life diplomas In other states and some hope to have life diplomas in this state. The exams will continue for two days or more and are being held by the state, board of examiners. SUMMER GRASS WIDOWER TRIES CIILIK ART SUCCESSFULLY W. S. Humbert Discovers New Recipe for Delicious Breakfast Combination "Do Your Own Cooking," Declares Enthusiast j f fr For luncheon why not try this: Between two slices of unbut- tered bread place a thin slice of cheese and two strips of bacon. Place the sandwich in a slow oven and bake twenty minutes. Before serving remove top piece of toast a few seconds that the bacon might become crisp. I W. S. HUMBERT SMITH TO TEMPE A. N. Smith and Rev. J. R. Roun tree were Tempe visitors Monday morning. o COMMERCIAL CLUB PREMIUM Secretary Irwin has mailed to Mrs. J. R. Whitton of 19 South First ave nue. Phoenix, a check for five dol lars, that being the prize offered for the best three cantaloupes ex hibited at the Maricopa County Fair, held on July 10 and 11, 1914. "There were a large number of cantaloupes exhibited atthe fair, but Mrs. Whit ton's were judged to be the finest of the lot. Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office, A Want Ad will Bee more customers than you can. NUMBERING HOUS1S The houses of Mesa are undergoing a coat of numbering. Heretofore the houses have been without any Identi fication other than the names of the owners, or occupants, and none has had said name painted on the out- 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 ot news at the Glenwood hotel BY SALLY JACOBS Has your wife gone to the country? Are you a gay summer widower or one of those rare creatures, an honest to goodness married man, proud of it and getting along lonesomely but as well as you know how? If you should happen fb belong to the latter class and we hope so, here are a few household hints from W. S. Humbert, banker, rancher, merchant and clubman. The very first bit of advice he offers is not to board. "Don't live away from home, do your own cooking." "Don't let dirty dishes accumulate, wash them after every meal." "Don't be a prince, one day and a pauper the next. Have well balanced mals daily." "Don't make your bed the minute you're out of it. Let the beddings sun a few hours." Mrs. Scudder and their children left several weeks ago, the professor being forced to remain here awaiting the completion of four houses he was hav ing constructed in Tempe. WORK ON WAREHOUSE STARTED Work on the new warehouse for the C. and W. Commission House was started this morning. It is being erected south of the Santa Fe switch between Second and Third Ave. OFF FOR COLORADO Mr. and Mrs. Albert Connors and son left Tuesday morning for Ordway, Colorado, where Mr. Connors will be employed during the melon season. The trip will be made by the way of Colorado Springs, where Mrs. Connors will remain a few weeks, visiting friends. SHIPMENTS Covvxlen Bros, shipped a car of hogs to Blsbee, Arizona. Four cars of hay were shipped, one I 10 euun or uie iuuowmg points: .Aquiiu., r-reseou, seugman and Cherry creek, Arizona. GLENDALE FARMERS INVITED The farmers of Glendale have been invited to attend an outing on the first annual Farmer's Day, given by the Phoenix board of trade and the Mer chants and Manufacturers' association at Riverside Park next Thursday. Quite a number from here are plan ning to attend. JOINS FAMILY Professor B. H. Scudder left the last of the week to Join his family at Palo Alto, California, where his daughter Kathreen will enter the university. AT PHOENIX J. L. Gant spent Monday in Phoenix, attending business matters. PHOENIX DOCTORS OUT E. J. Fiock, who is on the sick list with a broken leg, is reported to be improving. Dr. Pearson with the assistance of Dr. Watson and Dr. Thomas of Phoe nix, took an X-ray photograph of the fractured bone Sunday morning to as certain the condition and remo-e any doubt as to whether the bone had set properly. ENTERTAINS Mr. and Mrs. Ben Yeager entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gant at dinner Sun day, at their home on Second Ave. "Don't belittle house work. Have system in your home like you have in your business." The feminist movement has not started Mr. Humbert on a new career, it is merely that he loves the comforts of home and knows how to supply them. While a student at Columbia he became a "royal chef and the chafing dish experiences of his college days were put to good advantage when as civil engineer he tired of hard tack and turned cook to the joy of the gang. Mrs. Humbert is passing the sum mer in Canada and when she returns in the autumn, she will find her home on North First avenue just as spick and span as when she dismissed her servants for their vacation. The mas ter of the house can not understand why his knowledge of domestic science has created such a furor among his friends. "Everything comes perfectly natural to me and it seems ridiculous to me to make such an ado over a man being able to get his own breakfast. Before you know it, my fruit is prepared, cer eal and cream ready and bacon and eggs, toast and coffee done to perfec tion. For luncheon a cheese concoc tion, light salad and fruits, I find sat isfying and for dinner Oh the regu lation plain dinner no entree, steak or chops, vegetables, a salad and dessert." Sounds simple doesn't it all you have to know is how. o . Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. INSTINCT He Was it a ease of love at first sight? She No, second sight. The first time he saw her he didn't know she was an heiress! London Opinion. o An international meteorological congress, under royal patronage, will be held at Venice in September. SAGE AND SULPHUR DARKENS GRAY HAIR It's Grandmother's Recipe To Re store Color, Gloss and Thickness. Hair that loses Its color and lus ter, or when it fades, turns gray, dull and lifeless, is caused by a lack of sulphur in the hair. Our grand- I mother made up a mixture of Sage I Tea and Sulphur to keep her locks dark and oeautiful and thousands of womeri and men who value that even color, that beautiful dark shade of hair which is so attractive, use ! only this old-time recipe. I Nowadays we get this famous I mixture by asking at any drug stora i for a 50 cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy," which darkens the hair so natural scalp Itching and falling hair. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a !y, so evenly, that nobody can pos sibly tell it has been applied. Be sides, it takes off dandruff, stops time. By morning the gray hair I disappears; but what delights the ladies with Wyeth's Sage and Sul phur is that, besides beautifully darkening the hail after a few ap plications, It also brings back the gloss and lustre and gives it an ap pearance of abundance. Adv. 1003 GRAND AVE. We're Clearing the Deck For Action Battle Begins August 19th and Ends September 1st, 1914 Ve must have the room, so during this sale we will ;ive you all the profit and make the following un-leard-of prices: No. 3 Heavy Galvanized Tubs 65c No. 2 Heavy Galvanized Tubs 55c No. 1 Heavy Galvanized Tubs ' 50c $1.25 Rollman Food Cutters 85c 75c Roolman Food Cutters 50c 30c Rollman Food Cutters 20c 12 doz. Lemonade Tumblers, per set of six ..: 35c Half Gal. very heavy pitchers 25c Special discounts on all glass and Queensware. 75c Covered Slop Jars 55c 25 per cent off on all whips, 25 per cent off on all Keen Kutter Knives, Shears and Razors. 50 per cent off on all toys and dolls. 10c Dolls only 5c. 75c dolls only 40c. Economy Fruit Jars per doz $1.00 Sheet Music, per sheet, 2c; doz 20c Postal Card, per hundred 25c Special prices on everything except paints, oils, candy, pop and cigars J Bring this list with you and make us prove it. Houston's Variety Store 1003 Grand Ave.