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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEilRER 2?, 1014
PAGE NINE SOUTH SIDE NEWS HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR., GENERAL SOUTHSIDE AGENT Refer to him Subscription Orders, Stops, Changes, as well as all Bss iness regarding Advertising and Job Printing. TEMPE OFFICE MESA OFFICE With Butterbaugh and Carr, Phone 53 Tempo Correspondent, H. B. Griffen, Jr. With i Everybody's Drug Store, Phone 5 Mesa Correspondent, Thos. B. Lee taken some Salt Lake visitors ther. They made the run in good time bringing back with them little Mis; Maude Cluff, who has been visiting her grandparents for about three weeks. TEMPE WINTER'S PROGRAM OF MANS CLUB MEETINGS Club Arousing Much Interest Among Tempe Women With Its Splen did Programs Dcvore; reading: paper, "History of , 4 t'ne Red Cross Movement," Mrs. How- j ;tfil Brown; current events. i I lieneral Club j Dec. 6. iHothers department in I charge. Music; "Vocational Educa tion;" "Thlj Kindergarten;" "Tiie Piuilie Playgrounds;' roll call. Jan. N. Musical program, by music committee. I-Yb. r. ."Natural Wonders of Ari zona,'' by the literary department. March -5. "Civic Laws and the Woman," by the civic department. April 7. Annual business meeting. May S. Annual social. REEF LINED ON BOTH SIDES Granite Reef was the scene of great activity on Thanksgiving day, numbers of people making it th" scene of picnic parties. Three auto parties from Mesa were there besides I vorious other vehicles and both sides of the river were dotted with parties that were on pleasure bent. MESA MESA'S CONTRIBUTION 10 THE NEWS UF THE DAY Aniens the many clubs, fraternities ir.il other social and educational or ganizations that Tempe is suiini tin:; I his winter there is none that is at tracting more attention and interest f'.om the women of the town than the Tempi- Wnmans' club and is sever:; 1 :uxiliaiy divisions. Now under sway fi-r the year's work the club is er-J.-yiiiK some splendid programs and whether it be a genera! club meeting or a subordinate department meeting Hole is always a large and enthusi astic audience of the ladies present to hear ;he program ami participate ir. the .aieial and business parts of the mre'ing. The full program for meetings for the remainder of the yiar has recently been compiled by tl.e club officers and presents a m hedule of attractions in this form. Literary and Art Department lice. IS Subject, "Philadelphia." ioll call, name a signer of the Dec laration of Independence. "Retro H oct i. in of the Declaration of In dependence." Mrs. J. V. Arnold; na p. r, "Early History of Philadelphia." Mrs. A. I.. Tattle; "Story of the l.ib etty poll," Mis. J. H. Woods; paper, "Phila lelphi-i Today," Mrs. O. C. Watson. Jan. ir,. Subject, "Washington." P.oll call, name a noted man of Washington. Paper, "Statuary II ill and Other Art Treasures;" talks on iifchitectnre in Washington; paper, 1 lie Smithsonian Institute; music. '.V.itional Anthems," by the club. Feb. n. lieneral club meeting, wit'i "Natural Wonders of Arizona" ihe vib.iect. , t'ei. IS. Subject, "Chicago." R mil, name a prominent person, n well known place or interesting ev-Mtt nnneeted in history with Chicago; t.-lk, "Outline History of Chicago: " piper, "Literature of Chicago;" rn'is i : paper, "Art People and places o' Interest:" talk, "Chicago as an Edu cational Center." March - lit. "St. I.ouis;" roll -en it. seme noted person from St. Louis: t aper, "Oh St. Louis;" reading, "Ex tract From Dickens' 'American Notes.-;" talk: paper, "What the Fair Did for St. Louis." April 16. "San Francisco;' roll call, civic triumphs of San Francis co; talks. "Art at the Panama Ex posi'ion." talk, "Arizona at th Fair;" paper, "San Francisco in Verse and Prose:" reading, paper, ' P.ret Harte and Joaquin Miller." Civics Department Dec. 2S. Roll call. Christmas Quo tations: "Christmas with the Salva tion Army," Mrs. D. O. Buck; music. "Christmas Carols;" reading, social half hour. Jan. 29. Roll call, quotations from James Russell Lowell; paper, "Land Marks. Early History of Tempe," Miss Frankenherg; music; "Specifi. Improvements," Mrs. MacLean ami Mrs. Wm. Goodwin: "Surroundings of the Railroad Station." Mrs. R. A. Windes. Feb. 26. Roll call, quotations fropi Lincoln; paper. "Our Immigration I-iws," Mrs Mark Redden: musie; paper. "Amalgamation of Nationali ties in Our Peoples," Mrs. Cash. Match 2fi. Roll call, quotations from Whittier: paper, "The New Day !n Medicine and Surgery," Mrs. W. G. FOR SALE Span of mules. Geo. W. Lewis, Mesa, Ariz. Advertisement, dr $10.00 REWARD wm 6e given for the arrest and conviction of any person taking Republicans from the premises of subscribers. Advertisement tf Plenty Doing Last Few in Gem City Through Hours of Thanksgiving SHAKESPEARE AND ENGLAND A series of three lectures will be given on the three coming Sunday evenings by Rev. Charles II. Dains of the Congregational church on the life, works and country of Willia.tn Shakespeare. While in line with Rev. Mr. Dains' usual literary lec tures on a Sunday ew, this is some thing special and a treat that will be well worth the time of alL Stere (l ticon views made in England and showing scenes and settings from many of the Shakespearean plays ill be used in connection with each lecture. The lectures combined will furnish a general review of Shakes peare's life and all of the many in teresting points associated with his n.reer. His t on principally n w ever, ing. A. visitor in the Gem city touM have had quite a variety of forms of entertainment to select from had they come to town Thursday nigh.. Religious services were conducted by the non-denominational and the pei' tecostaJ worshippers on the. corner of Mac Donald and First streets. One might also have listened to a lecture at the Baptist church on "New China in the Making." Then they could have Journeyed two blocks down Main and have witnessed a rousing basket ball game between the Mei High and the town boys; a block farther up and they could have taken in the carnival; half a block soutn and they might have witnessed a l.ouse party in which dancing was one of the leading features. Going back up Main to the B. r netle building the Masons were trip ping the light fantastic, as well as the Ladies of the Maccabees in their dancing party; directly across tbe street the dance at the opera house, ABLE TO BE OUT .lack Chancy, who has been run nine n vegetable wagon in the city ;' Mesa, is again able to be about, and will be calling on his customers again soon. Jack had the misfortune hiiving his ankle and the bones in bis lower leg broken which has on! him hors de combat for a while. DINNER IN PHOENIX W. M. Beach and wife, with his mother and two sisters, journeyed by auto to the capital city ami panoo.s j of a Thanksgiving dinner at the i borne of bis brother, C. E. Beach, Thursday. irlv life will he dwelt "" - je-i... at the service tomor- AT THE OPERA HOUSE Tt was o pleased and well satisfied audience that left the Goodwin open house Thursday evening after listen ing to the program rendered by Hann's company of colored artists. The set of seven singers were .ex cellent and furnished a program that is very, very seldom heard in Tempe ender independent engagements. Fol lowing the pleasing entertainme.it of Thursday evening came) the mnie I I show last night with the 'Million Dollar Myslerv" series as a feature rt traction. The program booked for this evening will include these reels "The Hermit." a two part Kay Bee film; 'The Speed King," and "Th Carbon Copy." I then to the ml Coliseum Also out in the ncrthwest of town j a crowd of dancers were enjoying ill I old-fashioned dances of long ago. where the fiddler brought the bow down on the strings with double stops, and kept the rythm with Iho foot. It would have been a person hard to please, who could not have found some condition of entertain ment or amusement to have enjoyed it. the Gem City on Thanksgivin night. CO. C. DRILL TONIGHT Company c. National- Guard nf Ari zona, will assemble at the new ar mory quarters in the Linington block this evening for its weekly drill. The company is pretty well settled in its new location by now and Captain F. M. Irish is ready i take un the drill work in earnest. A full attendance of all the members 13 Hoped for this evening. MORE HIC-LEY TROUBLE Constable Burton was ghen a John Tee warrant yesterday and went to the Higley district for the purpose of locating some one who has been guilty of appropriating other people's I loperty. DESERT DINNER L. W. Stilwell, wife and son. ac companied by Mrs. and Miss Brug- man, spent the greater part of their i.oliday on the desert, taking dinner i with the ladies of the Union Sunday hool. a short dictance north of Higley. Majestic Attractions The Lion and the Mouse,- a six reel feature, is the offering of Man-t-.ger Menhennet at the Maestic for today's matinee, and evening perfor mance. The subject is presented bv Charles Klein and is said to be on (Continued on Page Twelve) CHANDLER ACCIDENT TO SCHOOL BOY Purt Sellers met with a painful accident a few days ago when, while riding home from school, his horse threw him and then ell on top of him in such a way as to break nia collar bone. TWO RECORDS IN A DAY Just for the sake of seeing if they could do it, the crew at the local cotton gin on Thanksgiving day broke the record established the earls part of the month by turning o-.it 7G"0 pouniTs of the lint in the course of their eleven hours' work. This is an increase nf several, hundred pounds over the valley record that the crew established a couple of weeks ago. Then on Thanksgiving night, just because the day crew hid I'.ung up a new output record, the new night shift raised the mark to Sl.'O pounds. How long it stands there all depends. for not until Christmas will another holiday afford the crews an opportunity to do their best just because they had to work while others werv. enjoying a day :ff. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TAKE A VACATION Some of the students at the high school apparently did not like the idea of school being held yesterday, and when the teachers checked up the roll they found one-third of the membership absent. It has been cus tomary in the past to have the da--following Thanksgiving a holiday as far as school work is concerned, an 1 many nf the students had made plai s for picnics, and the Jike. according ly. When, therefore, much to their consternation, an order by the hoird I was given that school would .oii- ver.e as usual, they felt that n cus tom had been infringed upon and de cided that their arrangements would be carried through anyway. During the day Principal L. E. Goss wis busy rounding up the truants and making personal visits to the par ents explaining the actual conditions to them. Whatever the right or wrong of the situation is. there were some busy high school students i f a time yesterday morning. The fac ulty at all times is desirous that par ents should co-operate with it In maintaining discipline. KANSAS FINANCIERS HERE c. y. Chandler, president of the Kansas National Bank of Wichita. Phillip K. Lewis, president of th Anchor Trust -'company, and Air Heard, president of "the Red Smr Flour Mills, of Wichita, Kansas, wer lecent guests of W. J. Lewis, secre tary of the chamber of eomnicive. They had seen the Arizona exhibit at the Wichita Dry Farming Exposi tion and wanted to see if the coun try was as good as its display at the fair. Their verdict after seeing the Chandler district was that it v as better. RETURN FROM GLOBE J. W. Lesueur and party returned from Globe yesterday after having Choice Groceries and Meats At Cash Prices that will save you money. We are offering now: Sugar at J4 lbs. for $1.00. Potatoes at $1.90 cwt. Sweet Potatoes, $1.G5 cwt Canned Corn, 10c per can Harry Lukin CASH STORE Phone 7 E. 8th St, Tempe jMV-WWVM'Virr,rfTiii - - ALFALFA LAND FOR RENT and FOR SALE For particulars, see Jesse F. Kelly Mesa', Ariz. RESTING EASILY Walter Finch, the boy who wr.-s hurt in the accident at the Thanks giving day festivities here when twi race ponies collided, is resting quite easily after the operation on his leg. The leg was broken in two places, also pretty badly smashed, and "he ankle is dislocated. The doctor says it will be six weeks before the little fellow is out again. HE WOULD LOCATE: J. W. Adkissnn, of Phoenix, was a visitor in Tempe yesterday morning looking up some land investments. NOTICE. Call for Bids for Care of Court House Clocks. Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received at the of fice of the Board of Supervisors of Maricopa County, in the city of Phoenix. Arizona, until eleven o'clock A. M., Saturday. December 12th. 1911 for the care and keeping in repair of the Court House clock, and the clocks in the variotyi offices of the Court House during the fiscal year ending December 31, 1915. Bids must state price proposed to be charged for the entire service. All bids must be accompanied by a certified check for ten per cent of the amount of the hid, as a guaranty that the Judder will enter rhto a eon tract for the faithful performance of the service. The successful bidder will he -e-rpiired to give a good and sufficient bond, to be approved by the Board, In such amount as the Board may require, conditioned upon the faith ful performance of the contract. The Board reserves the right to re ject any anil all bids, or to waive any informalities in any bill. All bids must be accompanied by a copy of this 'advertisement. Bids will be opened by the said Board at i's office in the city of Phoenix, on Sat urday, December 12th, 1914. at eleven o'clock A. M.. and thereafter consid ered. All bIJs must be sealed and ad- BUSINESS HOUSE EXPANDING In order to ai-cornmodale inereas g busines the Chandler Hardware & Cycle Co. is erecting a 20x40 addi tion, which will be used for a re pain anil work shop. The former W.op will be used as an office. We IE gwmk 0vercoat ! mi L- Theprice i mH Absolute .....NoUss , j VVJ?. 2 xaiv . - i3ii i Booster i Vra? or .11 III I Mor One J , . - Money YIM,WW v' v "T 1 $5 00 10 $s"co Saved 011 every 12,50 Purchase 4 rh1 11 and 13 East Adams St. Phoenix, Arizona ! CopiMt 1014 :. : j 1 Jmf- t It! r 4 - 1 ' ' ' a. -- s . i i Joan Wilson, Llew- postponement was absence 01 impor- nas neen gone on a seven Howard Black, Chesler j tant witnesses. ' missionary tour in Florida. I AID TO PROMPTNESS Mrs. Kdna Mason, teacher of the seventh grade at the Chandl-r Ar.abtl Tost school, believes in rewarding prompt ellyn Adam-, attendance at school. She gave i .Marsh . ' ' ' , .. i MISSIONARY FROM CHANDLER " "a" "'' - ... , ur.nr.iv.iv ncM.eiv m.wuu Miss N-,,iio ,.;ilsworth. daughter of tardy last month. Ihe honored ones I The case rtf John Derrick, chai.l .,1S j u- Wllit. will leave Chan l- v.eii-: . uaiue t-ieas.un, iee n-. wiin assa ui 1 1 i;g alio aHenipiing i. l'.ams. Helen Pierixiint. Clanance and kill Juan Al ton, a l ima Indiar, Dallas Yarborough, Frank Oilso.i. I wlilch was tu have had its prelimin- Roy Keefairver, Kdgar Fuller, Ch-r- 1 ary hearing bef-ue Justice D. -M. ' - ler ! she IT.' NOTICE OF SALE Public notice is hereby given that the undersigned administrator of the enttite of Henry M. Welborn, di- leased, will offer for sale for cash to the highest bidder, at public nucti in at the b'.te residence of Henry M Welborn. deceased on the Southeast ouaricr of Section Twenty-two (22), Township Two (2) North of Hangii One (1) East in Maricopa County, Arizona, all . the following described personal proierty llonging to the estate of said Henry II. Welborn, de ceased, under nnd by virtue of an or der of sale of the Superior Court of Maricopa County, Arizona, dated the 27th day of November, 1914: 89 head ot range cows 2 range bulls 81) range steers 1 hay derrick and 2 mowers 1 wagon and frame 1 stallion I buggy and harness. 5 dox. chickens ir, sacks of bar-ley 1 II calves 1 range stag 79 range steers, 3 years old and op, 5 sets work harness) 2 gang plows 23 head horses c turkeys lot of household goods 2 shares Knion Stock Yards stock 2 shares Alfalfa Mill stock 15 shares Southwestern Under writers stock ir0 shares Approprintors Canal Co. 500 shares Oro Grande Ex. & Dev. Company stock. 1 share Rural Settlements Associa tion Membership Maricopa County Farmers Co-Operative & Protective Association. That said sale will commence at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon of No vember 30. 1914 and will be continued until all of said property is sold. Terms of sale cash. JOHN P. ORME, Administrator of the Estate of Henry M. Welborn, Deceased. lie Nation, Florence Allen. Dewey Keith, Katharine M'Neil, Florence Noe. Cecil Rogers, Sadie Parkinson. nold, of Chandler, today, was for a second lime continued -this time un til December 11. ThV reason for .Monday next for Denver, wh will engage in home mission.n v j work. A farewell social was given I Thursday night at the 1, D. S. ball. Her sister. Miss Thurza Ellswortn Cotton Growers, Attention Buy your cotton field machinery at Kunz Bros. & Messinger and save money. Let us show you. Phoenix Directory Automobiles Garages ' Accessories A A Official TOURING GARAGE . A. A. McARTHUR BROS. CASE JEFFERY PACKARP Arizona Motor Company, Inc. AUTOMOBILES Everything for tt automobile carried In stock. FIRST AND VAN BUREIM STREETS Arizona Vulcanizing Works VULCANIZING OF ALL KINDS DONE PROMPT LY. WORK GUARANTEED. OUT OF TOWN WORK SOLICITED. 207 W. Washington SI Overland Fhone S2J quick r W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agenti Garage and Salesrooms 313 North Central Avenue. Phone 1450 HUPMOBILE Thos. H. McKevitt and Co. Oscar Irvin, Sales Manager Corner Central Avenue and Van Buren Telephone 1136 for a demonstration months' ROSE GARDEN FOR CHANDLER T. M. .Melville will plant an experi mental rose garden eontaining over 400 rose bushes this coming spring. The grounils will be on Brighton street, anil no expense will be sparer to make it the show' rose garden of the Salt River valley. CAPITAL AUTO SUPPLY CO. ACCESSORIES U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE Everything But the Auto 617 N. Central Ave. Phone 1071 Diamond Tires 110 If. 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 Street Ford Motor Car 5-Passenger, $565. Runabout, (511 EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent 308-310 E. Adams St. Marli-opa County Agent for Firestone Tires HAYNES 4-48 Electrio Gear Shift (1950 PHOENIX GEO. W. CAMPBELL Phone 4C 18 Wall Street Master Carburetors More Mileage, More Speed, More Power, Guaranteed SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR 309-315 North Central Avenue ca MAXWELL O'NEILL AUTO T. B. Trent, Manager. C.ooi-'year Tires- &sn F. O R Phoenix Gray & Davis. Starter326-28-30 N. Central 4. SUPPLY CO. Automobile Repairing -Auto Accessories Phone 689 Huntsman-Hotchkiss Overland Co. 227-229 North Center Phone 1916 FEDERAL TIRES Pressed: James Miller, Jr., Clerk Eoard of Supervisors, Phoenix, Ari zona, and marked: "Proposal for care of Court House Clocks." By order of the Board of Supervisors. JAMES MILLER, JR., Clerk. Reliable Rubber Works The only completely equipped vulcanizing plant in the city. All work ab solutely guaranteed. 306 North Central Avenue. MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horrell 521 N. Central. Phone 1223 Expert Service Men RADIATORS Repaired and Rebuilt. We repair lamps, wind shields and fenders. We also replace fjlassee 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. t Try A Republican Want Ad.