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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1914. PAGE SEVEN SOUTH SIDE NEWS HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR., GENERAL SOUTHSIDE AGENT Refer to him Subscription Orders, Stops, Changes, as well as all Eas iness regarding Advertising and Job Printing. TEMPE OFFICE MESA OFFICE With Butterbaugh and Carr, Phone 53 With Everybody's Drug Store, Phone 5 Tempo Correspondent, H. B. Griffon, Jr. Mesa Correspondent, Thos. B. Lee I l TEMPE A HIGHER STANDARD FOR THIS YEAR'S OPERETTA the owner in from the city resuming pound. his property Annual Production By Training School Friday Night Should be the Best Yet. The annual opercua HtUKed by tb? I'lipils of the Tempc Normal train ing sehool will he niven Friday even ir.K of this week in tlie auditorium. Hie best of them all is what the faculty in charge of program is working for, and the costuming and Musical effects of this year's oper ttta, "The Magic Pipkin." warrants nil of that. Practically all the chil dren in the school are required in the production and each will be 1 crfectly consttuned to suit with his character representation. The cast of characters selected to present "The Magic Pipkin." is this: linnet te Lela Redden AVitcb. AVho is also a Fairy Gertrude Krumholtz, Lura Aeccdo Fabette's Father Wesley Perry Hahette's Mother Aileen Criswold THE MOVIES TONIGHT. "The Geisha," a two-part Key Itee film, heads the program for to night's picture show at the Good win opera house. "A Hough Dia mond," and "An Assisted Proposal on the Difficulties of a Bashful Cow hoy," are also nnmhered among the attracting movie films. DISPLAY INCREASES. A display of farm products that would do credit to any fair exhibit is attracting no little attention in the window of the O. t McXar' drug store. The window contains n number of the prize winning exhibits entered at the state fair this year by local farmers, and in addition an immense nineteen-pound sweet po tato and a seven-pound egg plant. The egg plant, one of the largest seen here, was a contrihution to the collection yesUrday, made by ilr.4. J. G. Newton. Clock Cecil Alexander lMiek Ducklings, brooms. Vegetables Carrots, turnips, pota toes, pumpkins, radishes, lettuce, rel Ix'PPer, onion, cabbage. Dishes Platters, plates, cups and saucers iron pots. The synopsis of the operetta lays the first in a cottage on the inter ior somewhere in the low cnuntiy near the French border. Kabette, a discontented peasant child, frets over her humdrum life. A witch enters. asts a spell over a pipkin of watT and promises Rahctte that it will re lieve her of her irksome tas';s Hahette tries the charm and falls asleep. Act two opens with the awakening of P.abette who finds that the charm has worked. The father and mother return and find dinner unprepared and the home J illed with enchanted shapes. Babetto is beside herself when the broom sweeps the father und mother and all the enchanted shapes from the house. In the third act Pabette grieves tecause her father and mother r,r" banished from the house. The witch enters and. seeing the transforma tion in Ba'oetto. lets her cloak fall, revealing her true self. Thus the i;pell is broken and the operetta closes with all well. LADIES' AID. The Congregatiunal Toadies' Aid So ciety will meet this afternoon at 2:". at the church. The meeting will be ore of interest and all members are urged to attend. HOME FROM THE NORTH. Henry Sandoz and Joe Armstrong, the latter of Mesa, returned Mondav evening from an auto trip to the .country about Jerome. A plowin'i outfit, operated there last season 1 y Mr. Sandoz was loaded and prepared for shipment to the valley, where it will he placed at work within a short while. $10.00 REWARD win be given for the arrest and conviction of any person taking Republicans from the premises of subscribers. Advertisement tf MESA I LOVING COPS TAKEN BY ISA RANCHERS Display of Five and Dairy Men Taken By Poultry Attract Attention. Great Compulsory Cn.sh Raising Sale, Nippon Bargain Store. Adver tisement, tf Great Cash Raising Sale on all Xmas Goods, Nippon Bargain Store. Advertisement tf o NOTICE OF ANNUAL STOCK HOLDERS MEETING. Notice is hereby given that the i.nnual stockholders meeting of Men tal Science College Kducational As sociation Inc.. for the purpose of electing a board of directors for the ensuing year, will he held at College hall. Phoenix, Arizona, at 1 o'clock p. m. on Monday, January 4, 1415. DR. MINNIE A. STKVENK. Secretary. A chance to save big money on your new suit. 2o per cent off on all suits selling at tin. to J30 at Hyder's Store De Iuxc. rhoonix, Arizona. Advertise ment, d A POOR PRACTICE. The practice of staking stock, par ticularly cows and horses upon the public thoroughfares, ha become unite a nuisance here of late, so much so that, the marshal propose1; to exact a penalty on those who continue the practice. The staking not only spoils the appearance of thi premises but is also liable to cause accidents. The marshal proposes t ) take charge of all stock henceforth staked along the streets to graze, and' will treat them as stray ani mals which means an expense for FOR RENT 100 acres alfalfa, near Mesa City FOR SALE 20 surres alfalfa, with or chard and shade started, near 'Mesa. For particulars, see Jesse F. Kelly Mesa, Ariz. Choice Groceries and Heats At Cash Prices that will save, you money. We are offering now: Sugar at 14 lbs. for $1.00. Potatoes at $1.90 cwt. Sweet Potatoes, $1.65 cwt Canned Corn, 10c pfcr can Harry Lukin CASH STORE Phone 7 E. 8th St. Tempe NOTICE. Call for Bids for Care of Court House Clocks. Notice is hereby given that scale 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, 1914. for the care and keeping in repair of the Court House Clock, and the clocks in the various offices of the Court House during the fiscal year ending December 31, 191.',. 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 bid, as a guaranty that the bidder will enter into a con tract for the faithful performance of the service. The successful bidder will be "e quired to give a Rood and sufficient bond, to be approved by the Board, in such amount as the Board mty require, conditioned upon the faith ful performance of the contract. The P.oard reserves the right to re ject any and all bids, or to waive any informalities in any bid. All bids must be accompanied by a copy of this advertisement. Bids will be opened by the said Board at its office in the city of Phoenix, on Sat urday, December 12th, 1914, at eleven o'clock A. M.. and thereafter consid ered. All bids must be sealed and an. dressed: James Miller, Jr., Clerk Board 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. Five handsome loving cups, now or. display in a local store window, represent it portion of the reaping made by the Mesa dairy and poultry men at t lie recent state fair. Fran ft Reed Sanders, William Appleby Sons, and AV. W. Carney, are the men who share in the glory of iho display. The center of the group and (lie largest cup of the five was fallen by Mr. Sanders with a two-year-old heifer, which held the record for producing the highest butter fat test of the many in her class. The two cups taken by the Applebys were awarded on two distinct classifica tions. One was taken for the oest individual animal in the cattle de partment and was -won by a Jersoy bull. registered No. 10ii947. The smaller cup was won by Lady Flos sie Fernie, a Jersey cow. which too, the award made for the aged coiv testing the most butter fat. Glories in the poultry department go to V. W. Carney, who is the owner of a very pretty trophy awarded for the best individual fowl in the poultry show. The fifth cup in the group was won by a Northern Arizona firm as an award in th? sheep department. CONFESSES TO SURPRISE. Monday night many of the imm diate friends anil relatives of Dan Hibbert pulled off a complete stir prise on him. something that Dan had got into the habit of thinkin was impossible to do. When lie came in from work, lie went inti the kitchen and began to wash up piooui me time ne nail complete! his ablutions the telephone began n persistent ringing and he came to the conclusion that it was himself that was wanted, and rushed in t answer it. Central was politely ask- invv Number please" and Dan turned around with query written all ver his face to meet the grins of tlie entire crowd, he being in such nurry to answer the phone that be didn't even notice them as he came into me nan. l ne occasion was an anniversary of his birth and afler the first shock was over everyone had a Rood time. Fun. frolic an! refreshments were indulged In uliti near the midnight hour, when '.he guests departed wishing him many happy returns. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS Notice Is hereby given that the An nual Meeting of the Stockholders of The Masonic Temple Association of Phoenix, Arizona, will be held in the Masonic Temple in Phoenix, Arizona, on the first Saturday after the first Monday in December, 1914. to-wit: Saturday, December loth, 1914, at 5:00 O'clock P. M. of that day. FRANK THOMAS, Scct'y. VALUE OF TIME It Is rather a curious sidelight on the character of men of renown that in reading a life of one of them you al most invariably will be struck by the fact that he exemplified the saying, "Those who nave most to do and are willing to work, will find the most time." They are all adept at the art of what Bennett calls living on twenty four hours a day. Their time is in variably well arranged, and treasured to the very second, sometimes consci ously, sometimes unconsciously. For example. Thomas Jefferson always kept a book on the mantelpiece in his dining-room. If dinner was late, the minutes served him. This priceless power of making the minutes serve them is common to all great men. Bal timore Sun. PECULIAR MIDDLE NAME. O. "Service-1 Hall ami W. "Serv ice" Raudiiaugh are two gentlem--who have located in the fiem i it and will open a tailoring and clean ing department here. TRAIN WELL ATTENDED. Many of the agriculturists of thi section were in attendance at the lectures, and exhibits of the demon stration train Monday. IN HONOR OF MISS TROW. A very pleasant birthday party wi given at the home of W. A. M i Donald Monday evening in honor Miss Helen Trow, who bad arrivei at another mile stone in her life'; journey. Music, games and refresh moots occupied the attention of ti assembled guests. SUGGESTS CHRISTMAS PRESEN The officers of the library boar- ;;t their meeting Monday offered the suggestion to the public that , of the most beneficial presents that could he extended to their friend was a membership card in the M library. In reporting relative to cepting the offer of the commercia club, it was found that nothing def inite could be done until the firnt of the year. -o EMPLOYMENT AND CHRISTMAS SHOPPING FIRST CONVENTION OF CITY MANAGERS TO BE HELD IN SPRINGFIELD, 0., DEC. 2-4 beating back tuberculosis, typhoid and many other germ diseases, contagious and infectious, we are suffering in this country peculiarly from what are i lows known as the degenerative disease. It is for this reason that periodical exam inations are being urged by all of those interested in the prolongation of life and health. Degenerative diseases, so called troubles with the brain, heart, nerves, arteries and kidneys, have made ; frightful inroads, claiming for their i victims not only the rank and file, but the leaders in public, professional and business lif. The" sanitary precautions and health regulations undertaken by the commu nity, the popular campaigns for educa tion in right living conditions, should lie supplemented by the individual care to guard against the insidious inroads of undiscovered diseases. Memphis Commercial-Appeal. o (if stones weight in tained in viz: in each package aiul tho carats of the stones con -each package are us fol- No. of No. of IVkg. Stones , in IVkg Weight in (.'arats. j 7I! C 1 i less 1-32 3311 II 2 plus plus l-l'.l uT.sr, i plus i-ni 2'rll 3 plus U less 1-32 TKO'.i O 1 1 less 1-16 less 1-i.t i-01 12 r, plus plus 1-1.; ''MK i; 2 plus 4 plus l-r; 117.", 2 less 11C 9919 3 1 J.ius 1 -1 1; 5V0S9 23 2 plus less l-i'.t ".5 11 1 plus "jj plus l-Kt 1347 1 plus 1-1 plus 1-iil ."ji'lixi; 12 U plus 1-32 li'.'ii 10, plus plus 1-1.1 Which said packages of unset dia- ruonds are pledged to the undersiK Governor Ammons of Colorado says in an interview that bis successor, Carlson, will continue the battle against the unions, of the state. o NOTICE OF SALE OF PLEDGE. Ccft to right, fop: Claude E. Chap pell, Henry M. Waite and Kenyon Kiddle. Lower row:. S. D. Hol singer, Donald F. McLeod and Charles E. Ashburner. At the bottom, O. E. Carr. The first convention of city man agers of the United States is to be held in Springfield, Ohio, December 2-4. Among the city managers who will speak at the meeting are Kenyon Kiddle of Abilene, Kansas; Claude E. Chappell of LSig Rapids, Mich.; D. Holsinger of Staunton, Va.; O. E. Frank F. McLeod of Lakeland, Fla.; Carr of Cadillac, Mich., and Charles Henry M. Waite of Dayton, Ohio; S. E. Ashburner of Springfield, Ohio. to secure the payment ,,f that cer tain promissory note executed by F. A. Ililderbran under the name and style of F. A. llilderbnin & Co.. pay able to the undersigned, Roy S. Goodrich, Trustee, for the sum ,,f Five Thousand (?.",.000.00) Doll.irs; with interest thereon at the rate of CiKht per cent per annum from dad, TO F. A. HILDKUBKAX & CO., F. I until paid, which note is dated -A. HII.DKRHRAN AND I .. tober 2nd. 191 1, and is due sixt v da HAHKllMilX, TRI'STKK 1 N-1 after said date, anil upon whi.-i RANKIU'l'TCY OF F. A. HIIiDFK- j promissory note there is now duo an I I IRAN and to whomever it may unpaid the sum of Five Thousand concern. Five Hundred and Fifty-nine end Please take notice that on Satur- . 3S-10 Dollars, the proceeds of sai.l d..y, the 12th day of December, 1914, sale to be applied, first, to the costs ai uie nour oi ieu ocii.ck j. m. oiiaUM expenses incurred in aid sale said "lay at the front door of the Und the remainder in the County Court House in the City of of the amount ilue I'liuemx, .Maricopa County. Arizona, ; promissorv note above le AN OFFSET TO THE WAR RAVAGES OF Dr. V. C. Vaughn, the president of tile American Medical association, has culled attention to the great advances that have been made in the use of pre ventive medicines. It is one of the direct means of lengthening life. According to this miiient authority, the life of the aver age man has ljoen prolonged fifteen irs. If so much has been accom plished within the last fifty years, what may we not expect within the next fifty? And if this keeps up the Bibli cal limit of life will become a common factor in the history of humanitv..As a matter of fact, this big work has already actively begun. Kach year brings willi it some new and potent discovery and science Is never satis fied. Nature's hidden secrets are one by one being dlseovcred. Many yet remain to be found, but .science is invincible. It never admits defeat. It is pushing ahas onward. The life of man is the interesting theme of study. How to protect and extend this life are .sub jects which tlie ablest physicians, sur ge,, ns and men of medicine are devot ing their intelligence and their ener gies to. Medical institutes have been endow ed, ami -in these institutes night and day students continue their re searches. In a cable from Austria cabled yes flay uorn;!ig the brief mention was :na(V of the fact that anti-cholera sc rum was being used by the Austrian army with lireat cf fortiver.rss. Less than ten years ago this dreaded disease wah far more fatal than the fire of the enemy. Armies were swept away with a certainty and a surene.s not cv n to be found before the deadly sweep of the galling gun. If the life of an army can be pro longed jn tiiis way, the triumph of science is onc e more reiterated. I'.v some strange law. while we are The arguments for starting Christ mas shopping now are many. Several of them were sufficiently aired at the recent conference In this city between merchants and civic organizations. This is. however, one argument that is peculiar to this year of grace, an argument that one hopes and prays will disappear before another holiday sea son casts its problems before It. It is directly due to the war and its reac tion on our trade and commerce. We hear a great deal about the duty and necessity of creating employment and preventing the dismissal of clerks, salesmen, and others who have little to do. Early holiday shopping will have this effect among others. It will keep emploes busy by distributing ov er several weeks work that is concen trated and compressed Into two or three, to the injury of every one af fected. State street merchants themselves have called rublic attention to this new argument. Here is a call, not for money or for labor, but for a little thoughlfulness in muking one's spend inif and purchasing arrangements. Thousands should respond to this call who, perhaps, have not responded to the appeals made In ordinary years. Chicago Tribune. Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A want An will see more customers than you can; A Christmas Gift that will lriii .joy to your wife is An Electric Vacuum Cleaner The use of an Electric Cleaner a lew minutes each day does away with the discomfort and annoyance of tearing everything to pieces tor an old-fashioned house-cleaning. . It only costs a cent an hour for current and gets all the dirt GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAR Phone 1(53-4, and we will send you one on tree trial. Pacific Gas and Electric Company n the i n t y , the undersigned will sell at public auction toMhc highest and best bid- j Jr therefor, fur cash, the following personal property: j Fourteen packages of unset dia- j monds the designated number of each' of which packages and the number payncnt upi the r.bed f.i.- the payment of which the said pac ages of diamonds are pledged above set forth. Dated this Jot h day of Novcrnl 1314. HOY S. (;HIL)l!i'H. Truste, K- .Fairbanks-&1orse Engines Schieren's Duxbak Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pups, Etc ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY CO. Srd Ave, and Jackson "We Have the Stock" Phoeni Cotton Growers, Attention Buy yom- cotton field machinery at Kunz Bros. & Messinger and save money. Let us show vou. Phoenix Directory Anlomofciles Garages ' Accessories A. A. A. Official TOURING GARAGE McARTMUR BROS. PACKARD CASE JEFFERY Arizona Motor ompany, Inc. AUTOMOBILES Everything for th automobile carried In stock. FIRST AND VAN BUREN STREETS BUICK VULCANIZING OF ALL KINDS DONE PROMPT LY. WORK GUARANTEED. OUT OF TOWN WORK SOLICITED. 207 W. Washington St. Overland Phone m W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agenti Garaire and Salesrooms Arizona Vulcanizing Works 3U North Control Avenue. Thoiie 1150 HUPMOBILE Thos. H. McKcvitt and Co. Oscar Irvin, Sales Manager Corner Central Avenue and Van Buren Telephone 1136 for a demonstration Reliable Rubber Works The only completely equipped vulcanizing plant in the citv. All work ab so'.uteiy guaranteed. It" North 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 N. 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 SlreelK Ford Motor Car 5-Passenger, $565. Runabout, 51t EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent 308-310 E. Adams St. Maricopa County Agent for Firestone Tires HAYNES 4-48 Electric Gear Shift $1950 PHOENIX GEO. W. CAMPBELL rtione M6. IS Wall Strot blaster Carburetors Mora Mileage, More Speed, More Power, Guaranteed SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR 309-315 North Central Avenue CO, MAXWELL O'NEILL AUTO 4 SUPPLY CO. B. Trent, Manager. Automobile Repairing 1850 F. 0. B. Phoenix Coot'year Tires-Auto Accessories Gray & Davis Starter3-23 30 N. Central Phone 686 Huntsman-Hotchkiss Overland Co. 227-229 North Center Phone 1916 FEDERAL TIRES RADIATORS Repaired and Rebuilt. TVe 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. S3- t;.