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THE ARIZONA BEPUBIICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 1914 PAGE SEVEN SOUTH SIDE NEWS HORACE B. GRIFFEN, J ft, GENERAL SOUTH8IDE AGENT. Refer to him Subscription Orders, Stops, IChangea,. as wall -aa all buaineaa regarding Advertising and Job Printing. War! TEMPE OFFICE With Butterbaugh & Carr, Phena S3. . Tampa Correspondent, H. B. Griffen, Jr. Wire and ME8A OFFICE I With Everybody' Drug Stora. Phone J Meaa Corraepondent, J. R. RountrM I -------- v-MVmruvaxAmRAuuuijAriAivrirri"ir'i"ri,vii'iii" f ) TRIPS BI1I0US STUDENTS DESIRE OUTSIDE WORK Board and Room Desired by Many Students Anxious to Attend Tempe Normal An unusually large number of young people, and even quite a few grown men and women, ambitious and anxious to continue their educa tion, but financially unable to do so without aid, have filed their applica tions 'with the president at the Tem pe normal, for out-of-school work in eTmpe during the coming term. Each year many students of this same class have successfully worked their way through the term at the normal en a basis of this scheme. An ex tra st.'ong appeal is being made this term by the normal officials in view of the unusually large number of ap plications. There is full information on tap at he president's office concerning ev ery applicant for outside work while attending the normal. The president Invites any that might be interested to call and choose for himself or herself the very person, wanted. Board and room 13 all that the ambitious student desires for his or her services that may be given prior to and after school hours. The family that takes in a student i,s not only benefiting itself, by serv ices gained, but is greatly aiding 'the student in following up his school work. President Matthews invites attention to the matter and asks that all anticipating such a move to make their application-early,, that the stu- 'dent desi-.-ed may be informed in am ple time before school opens on the iHth of September. A GENUINE SURPRISE 0 There could hardly be a more com plete and genuine surprise than that sprung on the Misses Mattie and . Gertrude . York and Miss Emma French Monday evening when some fortyvodd friends swamped down on the home along about 8:30 and took possession for an evening of fun. The party, was a most enjoyable . af fair the visiting end of the entertain ment coming to a close late in the evening with the serving of .efresh ments. BIRTHDAY PARTY In honor of little Miss Ora Ash ley, a very enjoyable birthday party was given at the C. E. Ashley home on Van Ness avenue Monday after noon. Quite a number of playmates of the little girl were present to en Joy the variety of games . played through the afternoon. With the re freshments there was a beautiful Dinnaay cake bearing candles in number corresponding to the age of me mtle hostess. VISITOR FROM CHANDLER Rev. C. L. York, pastor of the Bap tist church at-Chandler, arrived in Tempe Monday for a visit-with rela tives and friends. RETURNING TO CAMP Elijah Rowand returned to the Vulture mines country yesterday after, a short visit In Tempe with relatives and friends. Mrs. Rowand, who came down with he.- husband, will remain in the valley a few days yet" "Jt A TRIO OF CHOICES One lone drunk faced Judge E. P. Carr Monday and drew that same sentence that so many men In his piedicament are given. He was a Mexican, Ricardo Pesqueyra by name. Given his choice by the judge of get ting out of town, ' paying a five-dollar fine or spending five days in jail, ho readily took the first penalty and List Your Houses For Rent with us. We have tenants for an unlimited number. Butterbaugti&Carr Realty Dealers Tempe, Ariz. COMMERCIAL HOUSES find that an account with the Tempe Na tional Bank assures a very satisfactory bank ing connection a ser vlce'that is prompt and reliable.,' Accounts subject to check are cordially invited. FIRESTONE TIRES ON AH UNUSUAL VOYAGE Are Made Part of First Shipment Through Panama Canal The liner Nebraskan sailed through Golden Gate en route for New York, via the Panama canal on August 14. The notablt f?ature of this voyage is that the Nebraskan is the first ship in the woild's history to carry a cargo from Sin Fr.incisco to New York with out rounding the Horn. She bears greetings from Mayor jas. Rolph, Jr., and the San Francisco chamber of commerce to Mayor J. T. Mitchell of New York and the com merce of the Atlantic coast. A mis cellaneous cargo of California products, rides in her hold. The first shipment of automobile tires ever sent from San Francisco to New York by water is on board, bound from the San Francisco branch of the Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. to the Akron factory, via New York. The re ceiving department of the company will have something to talk about when these tires arrive. . .. . The vessel left San Francisco amid the cheers and farewells of almost the entire San Francisco population who considered the event worthy of a holi day. The Nebraskan will no doubt be greeted by a similar demonstration when they arrive at their destination at New York City. The Panama canal will eliminate over 7000 miles of travel. beat it just as quick as he was liber ated. MISSING SADDLE FOUND A saddle that was stolen some two months ago from the M. B. Cottrell ranch south of Tempe was found the other day on the Dobson farm bu.ied in a straw stack. A laborer just by chance tan across the missing saddle. Were it only that luck might be swh in locating the thief. . ' . THE PICTURE- PROGRAM A three-part picture, "The Death- stone of India," produced at no little expense by the famous Bison 101 company, is the feature of this even ing's motion picture show at the lo cal airdome. It is a production con taining both magic and mystevy, which holds it intensely interesting throughout. :, The single v.eel -, is a comedy entitled "Rounding up Dovtt ser." k VACATIONISTS RETURN J. C. Robbins and daughter,! 'Miss Irene, returned Monday from Cali fornia, where they spent a part of the summer. 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 LOST Heavy silver-mounted spur, Sunday between Wm. Goodwin resi dence and public school in Tempe. Re ward for return to Tempe House. A3 vertisement. dn o MMMMMMMMMAMWMMfMMMAflMM GLENDALE Miss Margaret Meagher, ofQlen dale, la the correspondent of The Arizona Republican In that dis trict and will be glad to receive all itema of newa at tha Glenwood hotel. APPOINTED TREASURER C. H. Tinker, president of the Glendale state bank, has been ap pointed town treasurer for the next term. sj BETTER TELEPHONE SERVICE H. C. White, town clerk, received a communication from the Mountain States Tlephone company stating that a general reconstruction of the Glendale exchange would be started cbout October 1, thereby insuring the city and vicinity first-class service. The growth of Glendale has been sc rapid during the past two - years that the present system is inadequate to supply the demands of the service required. , RID TOWN OF DUST The town . has purchased another team and -will have the streets sprinkled during the night as well as the day, until the present dusty con dition is relieved. . DEFENDS CROP - F. F. - Schindler- bravely defended his crop last evning when, he found two Mexicans in his melon patch. about to depart with a wagon load or watermelons. At the point of a gun he forced them to accompany him to town, where he turned them over to the authorities. When brought to trial this morn ing before Justice Patterson, they both pleaded guilty, giving their names as Rudolfo Arvizo and M. Al varado. Both were fined $20, which they failed to pay, and were com mltted to the county Jail. AT THE GLENWOOD J.-W. Eckels of Detroit, Mich.. W. C. Dunlap of El Paso, Texas, D. C. Callingsby and ten children, of New York City, H. A. Davis and wife, of Phoenix, and J. A. R. Irvaine and wife are registered at the Glenwood. GIN - STARTS OPERATIONS The work of remodeling the Glen dale plfftt to handle the short staple cotton has been . completed. The ma a NICHOLS WINS OUT IN TAX LICENSE FIGHT There was a special session of the city council called Monday night to take up the matter of adjusting the licenses of several parties who have objected to the new ordinance passed by the council. Among the cases considered were the licenses of Ray Nichol and the Fike stage line. Afte.- due consideration it was de cided that no action would be taken on the Fike matter until later, and Mr. Nichol was finally decided to be a peddler and subject - to a peddler's license tax, which under the. old law v. hieh remained tn force . until the w . license ordinance cam in force, was $25 per . month, and Mr. Nichol will be asked to pay that amount for the first three months he was in business, after which he will come under the new law, which is $10 per quarter. For some time Mr. Nichol has been peddling ice. in the city of Mesa, which he purchased and brought from the Pacific creamery at Tempe, and for a time it was thought that he came under the new ordi nance requiring him to pay $150 per quarter. This he refused to pay and a suit was brought against him by the city under the old law. The matte.- of purchasing a new 500-foot hose for the fire department was taken up and a resolution was passed in favor of the purchase and ordering Fire .Chief Brackett to ob tain samples and bids. A resolution was passed allowing the water board to make changes and additions to the water system in block 31. Marshal Peyton then asked ihafn night policeman be appointed. Busi ness men present also seconded him In the request, as it was obviously impossible for the city marshal to be on duty all the time. Several ap plications for the position were hand ed in and after the salary had been- set at $75 per month, the council gave the appointment to James Mac- donald. TRICKEY SICK ABED Clarence Trickey, the driver of one of the Mesa to Phoenix stages is con fined to his home on East Second street suffering from an Indisposition.. BACK FROM NORTHERN ARIZONA Fred Tregasky and Jim Clark re turned yesterday from spending some weeks camping and hunting' -in the mountains of northern Arizona. SCATTERING CAMPAIGN MATTER Campaign matter for R. A. Watkins, who seeks nomination for the : lower house of the legislature, was widely distributed through the city yesterday. The matter Included a four-page folder containing much material. - MOORE FOR SHERIFF Capt. A. E. Egley' of Phoenix, spent yesterday in Mesa passing around cards for Johnnie Moore, former chief 'of po lice of Phoenix. Moore is running for the office of sheriff of Maricopa county on the republican ticket. Egley Is an old Moore supporter and companion and is helping the cause along. CATTLE SHIPMENTS Gurley and North shipped a carload of beef cattle to C. F. Weber at Tucson, yesterday, and Jed G. Peterson shipped a car of cattle and hogs to J. I. Rob erts at Prescott the same day. LITTLE CHILD DIES Little Mary V. Kincade, the four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kincade, died Monday night after a brief illness, resulting from a recent fall. The remains were carried-lo the funeral was held at four o'clock yesterl Burton undertaking parlors, where the day afternoon and interment made im mediately afterwards In the loeal cem etery. The services were conducted by Rev. W. L. Summers. CRUSHED UNDER HOUSE Orson Brimhall had his leg badly crushed and lacerated about twelve- thirty yesterday afternoon, when a small house that he had jacked up, fell on and mashed down his leg, when the Jack slipped and gave way. Mr. Brim'-' hall was jacking up a small house for Dr. Nelson, when the accident hap pened. ' His efforts to secure aslstance t proving futile, he proceeded to Jack up. the hause as best he could and release his leg from the weight of the house that pressed on It and bore it down. Dr. Nelson was summoned as soon as possible and medical attention rendered. It is not thought that the injuries will prove serious. , plant is Installed with every facility for handling this varietv to the best advantage. The first cotton wa brought in yesterday, and the gins started to operate about noon. AH the planters of this cotton report ex cellent crops and a long run Is : SX' pected at the ' gin. ' ENTERTAINS AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Ben TTeairer tained Mrs. P. J. Riordan and. Frank Patterson at dinner Monday evening, at their home on Third avenue . "tstated yesterday Ttttne oince or ine RETURNS FROM VACATION ?K W.i Wenner returned from a - 4WO months'- vacation, spent . visiting ": various coast cities in California., and i1 has resumed his duties with the Phoenix Railway company. Due to the European war, prices on wire and raw materials have already advanced considerably, and we are notified by the Page Fence Co. that they can guarantee pres ent prices on fence for a short time only. We have not advanced prices on our present stock, and now recommend to our cus tomers that they should buy PAGE fence now if they wish to save money, as future shipments will demand higher prices. Remember that we will quote you a price on PAGE fence delivered, stretched and stapled on your posts on your ranch. There's no way to beat our delivered price, any more than there's a way to beat PAGE fence. Stock" complete in all styles and heights. Corner Second L CHANDLER CHANDLER'S FIRST BALE OF COTTON : Mr. Johnson, who is farming forty acres of cotton on section 16, three miles south of Chandler, delivered the first bale of cotton to the Chand -ler gin Monday. This field of cot ton is very fine and is expected to yield over a bale of cotton to the acre. The Arizona:: Egyptian Cotton company, who hold a lease on the Chandler gin, have commenced the erection of additional storage facili ties fa.- seed cotton. When this is Completed they will be able to care for 140 bales of seed cotton at one time. This stored cotton, where owned by an Individual, will be pro tected by a blanket fire insurance policy, and the same protection will be extended to it during the ginning end until shipped. -. , A large amount of money has been advanced the Chandler growers by the Arizona Cotton company on their growing cops, showing the confi dence which these big business men have in cotton as a staple for the Salt River valley. LOCALS Jos. R. Loftus, general manager of the Chandler Improvement company, has returned from a two weeks' bus iness trip to the coast He expects to return to the coast within a week and enjoy a two weeks' vacation at Hermo.a Beach. : .- - ' Dr. A. J. Chandler., who has spent the last month at Lake Tahoe and San Francisco, is. .home again and Says today is the first time he has been comfortably .warm since leaving Arizona. Dr. Chandler looks for the greatest tourist business ever for Arizona this year, and says that with the coming of so many people, with or .representing large capital, Arizona should develop and advance more rapidly than ever before. CHANDLER LAND SALES Several land transfers have been made during the past week, as many people are coming in from California and are well pleased with the show ing the valley has made this year, in spite of the threatened water short age. , CHANDLER BOOSTER TO TEMPE - G. T. Peabody, fair commissioner. will address the Tempe board of trade Thursday evening on the ad vantages to be derived by Tempe from the 1914 state 'fair, and the dry farming congress at Wichita,- NEW HOTEL BUILDING The new Hotel 'Chandler, which is being erected on San Marcos place by D. A. Jacobson, Is progressing rvcrv rapidly. -The first floor is pac r . - . . 1 . . . 1 1 . 1 . . .1 niicauy completed aiiu 11 121 expeuieu that the building will be ready for occupancy not later than October 1. CONVICTS ON .THEIR i WAY BACK TO PRISON Removal of Prisoners From Bisbes Road Camp Will Make Jobs for at Least a Hundred . Man Approximately 100 men will be given ' employment on the Blsbee-Tombstone highway In place of the eighty-nine convicts employed on Cochise county roads work. The prisoners are being -taken back to Florence today. :' While the exact number of Amerl- -leans who. will be put to work unaer enter-UTMvision Engineer Ryan of the Btate Engineering aepanmeni nas not yei rneen aennueiy ueienmi.eu, 11 w state engineer that in an probability -the number in the - new road camp Tvould exceed the hundred mark. i.The convicts leave Bisbee this morn ing In tWo special cars, for the state penitentiary at Florence. They will arrive at the prison tomorrow. Bennett Lumber Co. "Busiest because Best and Biggest" Ave. and Jackson. HERE TODAY IT. S. Senator, Candidate for Renomination, to Visit Friends and Deliver Ad dresses to Voters and Wa ter Users Tonight Hon. Marcus A. Smith will arrive in the city this morning at 8:30 o'clock and will be met at the depot by -a commtee and a brass band with a large nnmber of his admirers. He will address a meeting of demo crats of the county and members of the . Water Users' association to whdm he will explain the. operation of the reclamation extension . law. Mr. Smith arrived in the state from Washington on Saturday morn ing and that night he addressed a meeting at Douglas. He was. at his home, Tucson, on .Monday night and at Yuma last night. The meeting tonight Will be pre sided over .by President John P. Orme of the Water Users' Associa tion. Senator Smith will, be Intro-, duced .by Mrs. Eugene Brady O'Neill. . o HOMESTEAD HEARINGS DELAYED FDR A WHILE Special Agent Keener Will Be De layed in Nevada Laad Drawing; Will Be Here Shortly , Having been called to Fallow, Ne vada, to attend a land drawing. J. W. Keener, a special agent of the inte rior department, scheduled to appear here this week on homestead: busi ness, will be delayed In his coming. He so informed President Orme of the water users, yesterday. Keener wants to take up matters relating to reclamation homesteads with all who would- be informed, or who have grievances. He will be here soon, to make things right with all who apply for aid. o WHY IT ISN'T STRANGE "Isn't it strange how music intoxi cates you?" asked the Cheerful Idiot. "Not at all," replied the Boob. "It is written In bars, isn't It?" Cincinnati Enquirer. To take advantage of t5 Our Annual August Sale Ddrrisfleyman We Pay 27c Cash for Fresh EGGS Mesa Produce Company Phone 255. MESA JbackEas Try A Republican Want Ad. Day s the Money Saving Opportunity Come in Today. I "5s Phone 1211 Council BIulTs 53.0t) Dencr 45X0 Kansas Ciljr 55.C0 Toroulo "" 90.73 Memphis 05.00 Montreal , 103.50 New Orlcus . (5.C0 NWY.rL 103.50 Oiuaba . 55.00 Ou,Uo" 111-50 Si. Louii (.3.00 Sc. Paul 10.70 On lale certain diyi ia Augmt and SepteoXcr Return Limit OctoUr 21. 1914 See the Old Home this fall- Santa I'e City OiT.ca Corner Cenir:.l Ae. ar.J Au'uuu Ct. I'lioue h5" More of Furniture Co.