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SOUTH SIDE NEWS HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR, GENERAL tOUTHSIDE AGENT. Refer ta him Subscription Order, Stops, Change, a wall at all buiine regarding Advertising and Job Printing.- TEMPE OFFICE With Butterbaugh & Carr, Phone 53. Tempe Correspondent, H. B. Griffen, Jr. MESA OFFICE With Everybody's Drug Store, Phone I Mesa Correspondent, Thos. B. Lea 1 1 I - TEMPE TEKIPE WORM'S CLUB STARTING WINTER WORK Members' Reception to Be Held Fri day Afternoon As one of the several social and entertainment affairs that the Teni ae Woman's club hopes to promote during the course of the next month, or so a reception has been arranged for this ruining Friday afternoon in the Odd Fellows hall. It is a stimu lant to increased interest in the club for this winter and spring and every last year's member and those who have joined this fall are being called upon individually and collectively to attend the Friday afternoon program and get back into the swing of the ilub work with the rest. The next meeting of the general Woman's club will lie held a weeK f'om Friday. Quite a little busi ness is in store for that occasion, for, in addition to the routine, the program for the remainder of the year is to he worked over, probably if vised in some instances, and tin n passed upon nee and for always, to stand as it is left. Several vacan cies in the officers' roll, some caused by the non-return to, Tempe of last ear's members and one or two by unavoidable resignations, are also to e filled at this meeting. The several departments to the Woman's club are holding their reg ular monthly meeting with good su."- ess. Some splendid programs aro Cash Prices Will Save You Money. Potatoes at $1.90 -wt. Choice Meats and Cro eeries at a big reduction. I'll Save You Money Harry Lukin CASH STORE Phone 7 E. 8th St. Tempo GUESTS GATHER MARCOS , Other Events of Interest in (.'handler and A'icinity, S Not the Least Important ! of Which Were two Wed I dings ad of at L:k, being given and the attendance is generally very good. The reception Friday will be held from 3 to 5 o'clock. Mrs. J. T. Bircliett will he the hostess. HOW TO BALLOT A non-partisan meeting with "How to Ballot" as the evening's subject, attracted (juite a crowd of local vot ers to the Goodwin airdonie Mon day night. Sample ballots of those to be used at the coming election were distributed and in a systema tized manner the method of balloting was explained. Charles ('. Woolf acted as chairman and chief spokes- America man of the evening. Many voter? Chicago, Mrs. F. A. ltmnaby of Chi "ago her brother, Mr. .1. C. McDonald Kansas city, are house guests the San Marcos. Miss Farwell and Miss Me! teachers in the Chandler schools. have taken quarters for the winter at : he Chandler hotel. j Mr. Xatlian George is visiting his afternoon ; son, Mi. Leonard George, at the hit ler's residence on Arizona avenue, j Jaf. G. Owen, general superintend j tr.t id' the Knights of Pythias In surance department for California and Arizona, delivered an address at the lodge meeting Saturday last. Jeff j Duncan, delegate to the grand lodge jmnde his report at the same tim". 11. O. Cooper and son and Claren -e :C. Pratt left for the White Moun tains Saturday for a month's camp ing trip. Geo. F. Lewis, president of the Printing Ink Company of returned to Chandler Satur- will no doubt save a lot the polls now that they well acquainted with the voting and the candidates and meas ures they are going to vote on. Progressive Candidate for Justice of the Peace Tempe Precinct. A record of six years he hind inc. Fair and im partial service to all people. PIANO T wish to rent one. Inquire Miss Nell Hansen, Tempe. Advertise ment, tf LODGE AT PHOENIX Sanford H. Schaulis, the Teddy Tetzlaff f Tempe, and Kelly T. Ily dcr, paid a special visit to the capi tal city last evening to take in tin; festivities of the Moose lodge. BACK TO THE COAST W. P,. Mendenhall, for the month, and a half employed at Pacific Creamery here, .accompanied of time ai day last. Mr. Lewis came to Chand are pretty ler a year ago for a short stay at method of the Hotel San Marcos, and was so pleased with the Chandler country that he bought a twenty-acre sub urban tract .adjoining the town,, and built a handsome residence and planted the land to fruit trees, most ly peaches. Mr. Lewis, who has spent the summer in Chicago looking after his business interests there says he is simply amazed at the growth of his trees, and is as usual delighted with Arizona as a place to live. Mr. Lewis says he looks for ward with longing to the time when he can close up his business in Chi cago and spend all his time in Arizona. On Saturday afternoon Homer O. company plant j Feut,' Chandler's leading electrician by Mrs. Menden- and Miss Margaret Diegel were mar- MADERITE in AMERICA and you can't buy a better Baking Pow der. One price always -o cents p,er pound. Sold by all Grocers stakes being present. Four sessions were held. All former officers were re-elected including Henry L. Peter son, bishop; B. F. Peel, first coun sellor and Brigham Openshaw, second counsellor. PARENT-TEACHERS' ASSOCIA TION SUCCESSFUL TEA Both socially and financially the "tea" given by the Parent-Teachers' association on Saturday last was a complete success. Tea and cake were served afternoon and evening. The proceeds which amounted to., twenty eight dollars are to be used to pur chase special prizes to be given Chandler school children for exhibits at the state fair. lighting emergencies. The cost of pow er delivered on line from engine would be 2'- cents per k. w. B If a 240 h. p. Diesel engine and gen erator and 2 motor-driven pumps are placed at the waterworks, the city could supply all electrical energy for street lighting purposes. The cost of such a plant would be: 240 h. p. Diesel engine $17,464.00 2 motor driven pumps with motors 10,200.00 Tunnels and suction pipes and building 1,700.00 Total cost of engines and pumps $29,304.00 Cost of line and wire instal lation 30,543.00 Total cost of water and light plant $:,'J.!t07.00 Yearly Operation Cost of Engine Interest and amortization at 13 per cent on $17,464.00 $ 2,270.00 Fuel (oil at $l..r,0 per bbl 4,6H!i.6S Lubricating oil 616.00 Pumping cooling water 30.00 Maintenance 150.00 Labor (attendance) 2.400.00 Cost of operating engine. .. .$10,167.68 10 per cent int. and deprecia tion on $1700.00 bldg 170.00 $10,335.68 Yearly k. w. output on switchboard, i 1 4't 000. Cost per k.-w. 10335. 6S 1,421,000 equals $0.00727 on switchboard. Yearly Operating Cost of Lighting Installation Int. 10 per cent on $30,543.00 $ 3,054.30 Upkeep and renewals, 6 per ' rent on $30,543.00 1,832.58 Labor 1,200.00 Oil 72.00 RAISING CANE Chester L. Culver, manager of the Western Sugar Company met with the local Farmers' Union at the Chamber of Commerce room on Mon day evening and explained the com pany's policy regarding the raising of sugar cane for the Glendale fac tory. Splendid samples of cane grown in the valley were shown, and farm ers present expressed a willingness to go into cane raising in the Chand ler district. last , the i hall, left last evening for Los Ang- ried at the residence of the Itev. C. cles. Mr. Mendenhall has been at L. York. There was something of a j work as efficiency man at the local j romance connected with the wedding. I plant. Mr. Feut mid Miss Diegel were Your Diamonds and Other Jewelry when not in use should be kept in a place of atwolute safety. Such a place is our fire and burglar-proof vault where you can rent a safe deposit box for $2.50 and up per year MONUMENTINf?. City Engineer L. G. Knipe, with a force of men. is now at work sur veying and monumenting the town. Permanent cornerstones are now be ing placed at each alternate corner ! schoolmates together in their home Jtown of Mendan, Ohio, and as it was impossible for Mr. Feut to lijave ' his business to return to Mendan, (Miss Diegel traveled 1700 miles to her new home. Mr. and Mrs. Feut in town, a feature in itself that w'il . will reside on the ranch of Mr. Feut, prove a big aid in future surveying, southwest of Chandler. Never before has the town been A second wedding occurred Satur properly surveyed, and even the few day evening at La Junta, Colorado, cornerstones that are supposed to ; ; which was of much interest to have existed have been so sparse (".'handler people, being the marriage that it has Generally been found a of Miss !ga Freeman and It. D. lime-saving process to start at the Uarnsworth Miss Freeman is the sction corner and work down to Cue. daughter of M. P. Freeman, one, of survey on the lot or building want- chandler's pioneers, and was chief led. Wi'h the permanent monuments . operator in the Chandler Telephone I in place. however, the old-time Exchange. Mr. Farnsworth was trouble of surveving will he greatl" salesman in the Lesueur & Bodkin reduced. In addition to the monu-j store in ('handier. Both of the young mcnts. ;i certified map showing all people had a large number of friends the surveyed parts of the town is be- in chandler, who unite in good wish ing compiled for future use in the'es for them. Mr. and Mrs. Farns- clerk's office. GENTLE SADDLE' or buggy horse 1 for sale cheap. Cecil Shervvin, Tempe. Advertisement. gb -o- 11 lbs. cane sugar. $1.0 Thursday. McKee's (Advertisement) dr worth will make their home in Colorado. NNUAL CONFERENCE 'LATTER DAY SAINTS The annual ward conference of the Latter Day Sains was held at their church in Chandler on Sunday, J. W. Lesueur, O. S. Stapley and Eliza Allen, representing their respective TODAY AND TOMORROW Home Improvement Days At The Lion Theater To show the difference hetwern the old-fashioned and the Modern way of House keeping, a question in which every woman is interested, the Lion Theatre will show on Wednesday and Thursday a two-reel feature picture, entitled "This Is The Life" Charlotte Purton and Ed. (.'oxen, of the American Players, are featured in tins film, which shows one family that were so old-fashioned that they would not even have a telephone in the house, while another family believed in having every thing that would lighten the household burden. Contest Open to Everybody Three Grand Prizes Given! for the best ten reasons "Wliv the Home should be Electrically Equipped." FIRST PIMZK ELKCTK-IO 1KOX AND IRONING P,0AR1. KKCOND PRIZE ELECTRIC STOVE. THIRD PRIZE ELECTRIC TOASTER. And to everv person who submits an answer will be given TWO LOUE SKAT TICKETS TO THE LION TIIKATRK, whether theyw in one of the above prizes or not. See The Picture at The Lion And then write ten reasons why the home should have Electrically operated de vices to make a woman's work easier. The judges will be Chas. A. Stauffer of The Republican, and A. O. Dulmage of the Arizona Gazette. Answers to be sent to the Lion Theatre not later than noon, Saturday, Oct. 31st. PRIZE WINNERS ANNOUNCED AT EIGHT O'CLOCK SATURDAY NIGHT AT LION THEATER NEW TELEPHONE CHIEF Miss Gladys Freeman has heen pro moted to the position of chief opera tor in the Chandler Telephone Ex change. She has Miss Vera I'ierpont for an assistant. LADIES' AID DINNER Nearly a hundred and fifty people tttended the dinner given Saturday )iy the Ladies' Aid society of the Christian church. Some fifty dollars was cleared. A PLEASANT PARTY On Saturday afternoon Mrs. Ernest J. Koch gave a unique children's party at her residence on Cleveland street. Several novel Mexican games were played, including El Coyote and the Mexican Christmas game where an olla covered with colored tissue paper was suspended from the ceiling and filled with candies and other Total yearly operating expense? 6.158.S8 Yearly operating cost per k. w. 6158.SS 429.4115 equals 0.0143 Total cost of power for lighting, " 00727 plus 0.0143 equals 0.0213 per k. w. Summary lining government power for street lighting purposes at I'Ac per k. w., w ith a ISO h. p. LUesel engine for pumping and emergency lighting use, the cost of the entire plant would he in round nunihers $56,000.00 and the total cost of electrical energy for lighting purposes would he 2 9-10 cents per k. w. from the government ami 2 cents per k. v. from the engine. The installation of a 24" h. p. Diesel engine plant at the waterworks with accessories for pumping and generat ing electric current would cost $"!', rinn.oo and electric energy for lighting purposes would be available at a total cost of 2 2-10 cents per k. w. In its present condition, the city could afford to make a short time contract with the P. G. & E. company if they will attempt to meet the rate of 2'i cents per k. w. If this cannot be done, the city should exercise its right and issue bonds for municipal lighting pur poses. W. A. FAUISH, Manager It was a lengthy session with all the commissioners present. Mayor Young absent, and Vice-Chairman Cope presiding. The assessment for paving the alley in block 24 was ap proved. A proposed ordinance grant ing the Santa Ve railroad the right to extend a sidetrack from Seventh street to Ninth street along Jackson was referred to a committee consist ing of Commissioners Foley and Corpstein, Commissioner Woods ask- surprises. The children each in turn were given a sticK, ana alter oeing . mB to be excused because of heing employed by that railroad. blindfolded tried to find and break the olla. Mrs. Koch is a charming hostess and those attending reported a royal time. i' FAP.1SH FOR HUH (Continued From Page One) short periods of time. If the necessary electric energy for municipal purposes is purchased from the government it will be necessary to install an auxil iary plant to guard against this con tingency. I!y placing a standard oil burning engine and generator at the waterwoiks and motor-driven pumps upon the new wells, the engine could be relied upon fir these emergencies. Cost of 100 h. p. Diesel engine for pumping with generator and accessor ies for carrying lighting load when pmver is cut off government lines: 180 h. p. Diesel engine $13,319.00 2 motor driven pumps 9,000.00 2 motors 1,200.00 Tunnels and suction pipes and bids 1,700.00 Total cost $25,219.00 Yearly Cost of Operation Interest and amortization 13 per cent on $13.319.. .... Fuel (oil at $1.50 per bbl.).. Lubricating oil Pumping cooling water. . . . Maintenance Engineering labor .$ 1,732.00 3,273.73 422.00 20.00 113.00 2,400.00 Total yearly cost of engine operation $ 7,960.73 10 per cent on $11,900.00 pump installation 1,190.00 Total yearly pumping cost. .$ 9,150.73 Yearly k. w. output at switchboard 945,000. 9150.73-945,000 equals 0.0097 cost per k. w. The cost of pumping by electricity with water at 1 cent per k. w. would equal pumping with steam power. To operate electrically driven pumps at the fuel cost of the present high duty steam pumping engines at the waterworks, the price of electrical en ergy delivered to pumps would be lc per k. w. Capacity of pump and wells 2500 gal. long per minute or 150,000 gallons per hour. Cost of pumping 1000 gallons of water would be. 1.04150 equals $0.0066 or 6.6 of a cent. Estimated cost of entire plant: Cost of street lighting in stallation $30,543.00 Cost of engine and pumps 25,219.00 The Disc Harrow ranks next lo the plow in its importance on the Farm. Its frequent use means the best seed bed and a better crop. The John Deere Disc Harrow is not only superior in general eon-s-truetion to other Discs, but there is also one most important dif ference in principle that places this machine strictly in a class by itself. If you already have a Deere Disc Harrow, by securing a rear section you can make a double action Harrow, or if you purchase a double action Deere Harrow by disconnecting the rear section you have a single action harrow. You frequently have use for both kinds. On both sections the draft is directly from the center of Disc Gangs, so there is no possibility of Gang Frames being sprung. The Ryan Vehicle & Machinery Co. 131 to 140 E. Adams St. Phoenix, Ariz. The House of Quality and Right Prices Fairbanks-33orse Engines Schieren's Duxbak Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY CO. 3rd Ave. and Jackson "We Have the Stock" Phoenix Total cost of water and light plant $55,762.00 T'nder this nlan. the city, by expend ing $5fi.00a will be able to pump Its The commission adjourned, to meet water, and have an auxiliary plant for "on November 6. A report was presented by Man ager Farish, as prepared by City Huilding Inspector H. J. Mann, rela tive to tbe condition of the various theaters of the city, with specific mention of such changes as the in spector has ordered. The commis sion voted to sustain the inspector. and directed that he see that the city building ordinances are enforcel. The report indicates that most of t !'. theaters already have complied with the requirements or have promised to do so without delay. These con sist of the installation of asbestos curtains, the widening of aisles and exits and the placing of electric wires in proper conduits. Monroe street residents petitioned that the resolution of the common council directing the pavement of Monroe street from Seventh avenue to Fifth street be repealed and no other such resolution be passed by the commission at present. City Attorney Christy said the council was under no legal obligation to rec ognize the petition, but said that there might be a moral obligation in that-it now seemed more than 50 per cent of the property owners wished the proposed paving delayed. Th matter was laid over to the next meeting. unaer suspension ot rules, ordi nance No. 28 was amended as to section 2, requiring the filing of a bond of $1,000 by owners of motor trucks and automobiles for hire. A resolution was adopted whereby the city manager may Issue temporary permits to residents of Oakland add: tion and other sections where con nection with the city sewer is not rossible or feasible to connect with cesspools until such time as the sewer is available or the owner is otherwise required to abate the ceso pool. Approval of the contracts entered into by the city manager with the Star Electric company for fire alarm boxes, with the American Rubber company for 3,000 feet CrackerjacI: hose, and with the Seagreave com pany for the new automobile combi nation hose and chemical wagons was laid over until the next meeting en motion of Commissioner Foley, seconded by Commissioner Corpstein. Commisisoner Wood wanted to know about the status of the pro posed city corral and was informed by Manager Farish that plans were completed for the proposed improve ments. H. W. Ryder presented a petition asking another thirty days' delay in the matter of advertising for bids for paving Madison street, and after lengthy argument succeeded in se curing the adoption of a resolution granting the extension. Cotton Growers, Attention imy your cotton i'ieM machinery at Kunz Bros. & Messinger and save money. Let us show vou. Phoenix Directory Automobiles Garages 'Accessories A. A. A. Official TOURING GARAGE McARTHUR BROS. CASE JEFFERY PACKARD lolor Arizona Company, Inc. AUTOMOBILES Everything for the automobile carried in stock. FIRST AND VAN BUREN STREETS Arizona Vulcanizing Works VULCANIZING OF ALL KINDS DONE PROMPT LY. WORK GUARANTEED. OUT OF TOWN WORK SOLICITED. 207 W. Washington St. Overland Phono 826 UIC W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agents (Jarlige and Salesrooms 313 North Central Avenue. Phone 1450 Reliable RubberWorks The only completely equipped vulcanizing plant in the city. All work ab solutely guaranteed. J!nfi Xorth Central Avenue. MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horrell 521 N. Central. Phone 1223 Expert Service Men CAPITAL AUTO SUPPLY CO. ACCESSORIES U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE Everything But the Auto 517 N. Central Ave. Phone 1071 Diamond Tires 110 X. Central Ave. Phone 414 M. L. BUCKLEY, JR. FRANKLIN THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET TODAY GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Arizona Corner Second and Adams Streets Ford Motor Car 5-Passenger, $565. Runabout, 51S EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent 308-310 E. Adams St. Maricopa County Agent for Hendrt Tires HAYNES 4-48 Electric Gear Shift $1950 PHOENIX GEO. W. CAMPBELL Phone 646. 18 Wall Street Master Carburetors More Mileage, More Speed, More Power, Guaranteed SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR CO. 309-315 North Central Avenue MAXWELL - JS50 F. O. B. Phoenix Gray & Davis Starter326-28-30 N. Central O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO. B. Trent, Manager. Automobile Repairing CooJyear Tires Auto Accessories Phone 6S6 OVERLAN Huntsman-Hotchkiss Overland Co. 301-303 N. Central Ave. Phone 1136 RADIATORS Repaired and Rebuilt We repair lamps, wind shields and fenders. We also replace glasses in windshields and lamps, and do coppersmith work. 4 West Van Buren St. TRANSCONTINENTAL GARAGE 108-110 N. Second Ave. Storage, Repairs and Gen eral Machine Work. Work guaranteed. Pleasure Cars and Commercial Trucks Service Station 326-28-30 N. Central. Phone 681 mJB 1W T. NAnTTTW nisfrihuf.ori Try A Republican Want Ad.