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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1914.
PAGE SEVEN SOUTH SIDE NEWS HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR., GENERAL SOUTHSIDE AGENT Refer to him Subscription Ordori, Stops, Changes, as well s all Bss iness regarding Advertising and Job Printing. TEMPE OFFICE MESA OFFICE With Butterbaugh and Carr, Phone 53 With Everybody's Drug Store, Phone 5 Tempe Correspondent, H. B. Griffen, Jr. Mesa Correspondent, Thos. B. Lee TEMPE l WOI STARTS TODAY ON I NEW SCHOOL BIDING Contractors Ready to Break Gorund for , New Home of Grade Children ! Ground will be broken today from hich w ill rise an up-to-date right- room grammar school building within , the course of the next five or six months. The final details have been completed and Engineer .. G. Knipe intends to pet a bright and early start ! til Ik morning in laying out the ground j for the foundation work. The workmen will follow immediately, for through ! the course of the preparations none, have been more anxious to sec the building work started than the contrac tors, the Arizona Construction and Kn gmecrin;; company. The next six months will he given over to completiiv t lie new building j ready for occup-imy. No hurry for the I structure now exists with the board be- j yond completing it in time for the IB 15 term of school, so the contractors will be given their own time at the job. The new grammar school, to be lo cated on the ten acre tract purchased by tlie board h-st spring adjoining Gage addition on the southern extension of Myrtle avenue, will include eight rooms each finished up to date and made, the most comfortable and convenient pos sible for both the teacher and pupils. The higher gn.de children will occupy the new home as far as the accommo dations go. Th. MIRANDY'S MINSTRELS ladies of the Maccahee Hive FOR RENT ll!0 acres alfalfa, near Mesa City FOR SALE 20 acres alfalfa, with or chard and .shade started, near Mesa. For particulars, see Jesse F. Kelly Mesa, Ariz. Your Business Success The .Mesa City Hank be lieves in "Constructive hanking" and aims not only t make good loans, hut to lend money in such a manner as to help its depositors to the best ad vantage. This bank gives a safe, convenient service in handling all transactions involving money. More over, we can help our cus tomers in many things not involved in the actual banking service, but hav ing to do with their busi ness success. The Mesa City Bank Capital, $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $56,000.00 CHANDLER COMPELLING STRANGER Marcos is a is no doubt popul about ho-AU wwwwwwwvwMwwwswwwwwww i uua .fsirun. vani ine.v ieea inese turns enough over at the ranch but what they have to come to the San Marcos?" Tho bird drew his head back, and popped his bill through another pane of glass. "Shoo!" said Mrs. Robinson, but the ostrich wouldn't even shoo. Or. Chandler also entered from the dining room. "These little diver sions for the guests are all right, Mrs. Robinson," said he, "hut isn't this a little unusual lor Sunday afternoon?" "I hope it's unusual," said Mrs, Hoblnson, again waving her paper t the general direction of the win dow. "Can't somebody shoo him?" Tho ostrich did a maxixo along the pergola walk and stuck its foot through the bottom of a cane-seat ed chair. "He seems to be very well shod as it is," said Mr. Pcabody. Mrs. Robinson started for the door. She could stand the windows, but those were her best chairs. "Is that your ostrich. Dr. Chandler ;' she began. Oh, he. isn't mine," said the doc tor. Its Tom Toston's!" called a boy from the outside. "Do you suppose he'd give me a nickel if I took him home?" "You keep away from that bird," shouted Mr. I'eahody. "He'll think you're another cane-seated shair." All this time the bird was prancing merrily up a,nd down the pergola, stopping occasionally to break one of the artistic little panes that adorn the San Marcos facade. Finally, having evidently heard of the pleasing interior of the San Marcos, and wishing to substantiate the rumor by personal investigation. he started for the front door, hut Mrs. Robinson stood there like Horatius at the bridge, waving her newspaper. Not that Horatius ever waved a newspaper but we haven't time to go into that now. Anyway the ostrich made up his mind that the far-famed glad hand of the San Marcos management was a fake for he shed three copious tears. swelled up his hag-pipe throat. moaned a moan or two and started down the road, where a cowboy rid ing hot-footed frpm the Rancho del Tosten dropped a riata over his head und led him home. "Anyway," said Clerk Sloan, "he looked like the millionaire." Xo," said Mrs. Robinson, "It was the pickle drummer he looked like. never did care for pickles any way. Choice Groceries and Meats At Cash Prices that will save you money. Wc are offering now: Sugar at 14 lbs. for $1.00. Potatoes at $1.90 cwt. Sweet Potatoes, $l.f5 cwt Canned Corn, 10c per can Harry Lukin CASH STORE Phone 7 E. 8th St. Tempe ; Tempe, are hard at work the.se days i perfecting prac tice on their home tal ; cnl play vhi(Ti is to be' presenred at I the Goodwin opera house on the even ling of December 1J. Nothing has been j spared in time, thought or expense, to I make the entire program an interesting and successful occasion. It is some thing new and a little out of the ordin ary for any home talent play. The Tempe ocrestra will furnish the music for the evening. New and old songs of tlie native minstrels will be intro duced and also jokes and dances endins with the presentation of a very laugh able farce entitled "Mrs. lilack's Pink Tea." The San tfl TIl.T.. of Arizona's distinguished visitors from Vice President Marshall to John Murry-Anderson visit it. How ever, last Sunday afternoon there called at the big hostelry a guest, who for elegant personality and com pelling address really, to speak ele gantly, got away with all previous records, and did it easily. Mrs. Robinson, tlie hotel's popular manager, had just sent a party of guests upstairs with Cho the bell boy and stood With a premonitory, expectant air by the desk. Sud denly she was startled by a sharp tapping on the window, and look ing up saw some one staring through the front lace-covered windows that look out into the patio. "Why, who's that man?" she de manded of Clerk Sloan, "How im pudently he stares." Mr. Sloan put on his glasses and gazed hard at the window. "It looks like a millionaire I used to know in Vancouver. I rather thought he'd be down soon." Mrs. Robinson shook her head. "1 think it's that Phoenix pickle drum mer that was here last week. I told him we didn't want anything." "Xo, it's the millionaire,", insisted Mr. Sloan, "he's got the same pop eyes. "Cho!" he called to the Korean bell-hop who was coming down the stairs, "go out and get the gentle man'' luggage." Cho took a hop, step and a jump to the front door, and had a Mon golian fit. "Him ain't got no bag gage," he gasped. "Her is an os trich!" "Ostrich!" said Mrs. Robinson, "we don't want an ostrich here, tell him to go to the back door!" "He's an African ostrich a-nd doesn't understand Knglish," said I George Peabody who just came in from the dining room. "Hetter call one of the colored waiters." His ostrichship, however, who re sented all this persiflage drew back his head and "crack!" his bill came against the window. There was a shattering of glass and a hungry looking head attached to a long and skinny neck protruded through the window. "Scat'!' said Mrs. Robinson, and she waver a newspaper at him. The bird did not scat. Mr. Loftus, manager of the Chan dler Improvement company, now joined the force on the inside. What's himself after the first attack and lirob ably but for the fortunate presence of workers nearby who frightened the maddened bull away by their frantic cries, he would never have lived to tell the tale. $10.00 REWARD win be given for the ! arrest and conviction of any person I taking Republicans from the premises I of subscribers. Advertisement. tf BULL INFLICTS WOUNDS William Garrison, living on the T. R. Windcs ranch four miles southwest of Tempe, narrowly escaped death Tues day when he was run down by a mad dened bull. Gairisnn was leading the animal when suddenly it became vici ous, making an attack hooking Gar rison from the rear inflicting two bad ! wounds, one in the back and the other in the thigh. Taken wholly unawares. Garrison was entirely unable to defend Auction Sale OF Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Diamonds, Cut Glass and Silverware WE ARE NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS But We Are Going to (Jive You an Opportunity to PURCHASE YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS At your own price. Our stock is of high quality, and nothing hut high-class goods will he sold. " SALE EACH DAY AT 2:30 AND 7:30 P. M. AT LA MONT'S TEMPE, ARIZONA COMMENCING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1914 Great Compulsory C.sh Sale. Nippon Hargain Store.- tisement. Raising DEAL CLOSED The ownership of the real and per sonal property of the Miller estate now rests with the purchaser at the recent auction sale for the last details of the transactions were closed yesterday ap the trustee deeds turned over to the owners. Eight d eds were nimbcred in the lot, the two for the real esiate goiiin to W. J. K'ngthury and C. G Jones, aod the remaining six to car ou- individual purchasers of furniture and fixtures. Great Cash Raising Sale on all Xmas Goods, Nippon Bargain Store. Advertisement . tf SIGHTING PRACTICE Special on the program for tonight's assembly of Company C. National Guard of Arizona, centers about sight ing 'drill whirh cornea in preparation for the work on the target range. Tar get practice starts shortly and there will be lots of it, for Captain K. M Irish hopes to sec every enlisted man complete both the practice and record course before the season's work closes in the spring. The assembly will be held this evening at the usual hour in the new armory (uarters. NEW A. E. EMPLOYEE H. IJ. fiery of Tucson, arrived iu Tempe yesterday accompanied by Mrs. Clery and this morning will enter on his new duties as assistant agent at the Arizona Eastern railroad depot here. PLEASANT SOCIAL The members of the Ladies' Aid so ciety of the Christian church Were hostesses at a very enjoyable social given Tuesday evening at the taber nacle. Despite the inclement weather, exactly forty-nine friends and memhfrs of the church were present and en joyed a decidedly pleasant evening. REICHSTAG VOTES BILLIONS FOR WAR Unltey and Patriotism of Germans Emphasized by President of Chamber t ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH IIKRIJX, Dec. The Reichstag to day voted a war credit of 5,iHiii,niin,iioii marks. The vote was virtually unanimous. Herr Liebknecht cast the only dis senting vote. The president of the chamber in his opening speech dwelt upon the unity and patriotism of the terman people and commented appre ciatively upon the large number of Reichstag members now serving at the front. In discussing the progress of the war the president said: "Japan jpined our enemies from a desire to seize as bootv the monument to Ger man culture in the far east, (in the other hand we have found an ally in Turkey as all Moslem people wish to throw off the English yoke and shat ter the foundations of England's co lonial power. Under the banner of our army and fleet we will continue." The imperial chancellor. Dr. Von Rethmann-Hollweg, attended the ses sion dressed in the gray service uni form of general. Many members of the chamber were in uniform and wore iron crosses. Closing Out Sale Genuine Navajo Silver Jewelry at Less Than Cost Bracelets in all sizes, 'Spoons, Rugs, Fobs, Cuff Links, Brooches and Pins of all descriptions Balke's Big Curio ON ADAMS STREET This evening. December '', tho meeting of the parent Teachers' club will be held at the school house. All parents and those interested in th" upbuilding of the school are urgeU to be present to discuss the improve ment of the play grounds. The fol lowing are the officers of tlie deb: Principal of the school, O. C. Jonvs, Mrs. I. II. Harmon and Mrs. G. S. Rogers, program committee: Mrs k Merrill, president; Mrs. Win. Or die, vice-president, and Mrs. Reta M'-riM, secretary of the club. The two little daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Vm. Brnndenberg, Ida and Eve. have been quite ill the past few 1 ivs with a threatened attack of typhoid. George Raes is expected here tl-e first of tlie month from Ontario, Cnl. Mr. liaes comes here for the purpose of directing the setting out of a hog.? nursery on the tract of land recent ly leased from W'm. Schwarz. There were a number of family re unions on Thanksgiving day, woil- many others spent the day picnicking on the river. "HZ" HELPS IE JP FEET Good-bye pore feet, burning f'v-t, swot len feet, sweat v feet, smelling feet, tine feet. Good bye corns, callouses, buniors an'" raw spots. i more shoo tiM ness, no mop liiiipiii? v i t. 1 pain or drawi;' up your fare i agony. "TIZ"i magical, act: ri'lit off. "TIZ" draws out all tli. poisonous exuda tions which pufi up the fest. I'sc "TIZ" and for pet your foot misery. Ah! lmw com fortable your feet feel. Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ" now at any druirgist or department store. Don't suffer. Have good feet, glad feet, feet that never swell, never hurt, never pet tired. A year's foot comfort Guaranteed. or money refunded. i!r. and Mrs. (. C. Jones have rent- moved into the louse that ha.-- ;u-;i ed the frame cottage belonging to been vacated by Mr. and Mrs. usuii John llrown. Shill. The iiullers are recently fr-nn Pete Scha'effer has a .brother cisit- J Douglas. Arizona, and will make this ign him from .Montana. Mr. Sohucf-I their home. jr. and Mrs. Shill ha' ,, fer will remain during the wint-r. moved onto their ranch, adjoining the Mr. and Mrs. Kutler and faroily Xye place. HOW jss Fairbanks-Morse Engines Schieren's Duxbak Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY CO. 3rd Ave. and Jackson "We Have the Stock" Phoenix Cotton Growers, Attention Buy your cotton field machinery at Kunz Bros. & Messinger and save nioiicv. Let us -show vou. Phobnix Directory Automobiles Garages ' Accessories Ai Ai Ai Official TOURING GARAGE McARTHUR BROS. CASE JEFFERY PACKARD Arizona Motor Company, Inc. AUTOMOBILES Everything for tko ' 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 t"S W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agents Garage and Salesrooms 31.1 North Central Avenue. Phone 1450 Arizona Vulcanizing Works ITALIAN PARLIAMENT MEETS Action of Deputies is Awaited Wi Great Anxiety HOME. Iec", 2. The Italian parlia ment will reassemble tomorrow and its deliberations are awaited with anxiety, n.s this in considered the Kravest mo ment for Italy since its unification. Four hundred and fifty deputies and 300 senators are already in Rome to attend the session. It is expected that the deputies and .senators will unite in showing confidence in the cahinet, with a view to having the Italian parliament give evidence of its solidarity before foreign powers. WAS TWO DAYS LATE associated press dispatch LONDON. tThursday) Dec. 3. The Morning Post's Petrograd correspon dent says he hears that the Russian general. Rennenkiimpf, has heen super ceded because he was two days late in taking up the position through which the German armies in Poland were to have been hemmed in. This failure, trie correspondent says, robbed Grand Duke Nicholas' strategical scheme its full success a week ago and entailed a week of heavy fighting and resulted in the hurrying up of large German re inforcements. WOMA S CLUB MEETING The regular meeting of the Tempe Woman's club will be held Friday af ternoon at three o'clock in the Odd Fellows hall. Mrs. S. C Newsom of the University of Aruzona extension course will be present and will speak on the subject "Women as Citizens." While this is the usual club meeting and Mrs. Xewsom is appearing under their auspices the doors have been thrown open and everybody, whether club member or not. Is extended an in vitation from the organization to be present and l eaf the lecture. LEHI NEWS. Saturday evening the entertainment given by M. I. A. was held in the Lehi hall. There was a large crowd present. The following program was rendered by members of the assocla tion- Song Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Jon-s Reading O. Merrill Hawaiian Song Mr. and Mrs. O. C- Jone; Reading Ijvena McClendon Song. ., . . .Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Pheljis Reading Ruth Hvers Music Blanche Kllsworth The last number was an illustrated song, which was much enjoyed bv all. The money received from the evening's entertainment will be ised io buy books for Hie mutual. A SKIN OF BEAUTY IS JOT rOBCVEH Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S Oriental Cream OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER j c RimoTfli Tin, Pimpled, treeiv mom rufn). Rh andRton Diwasea, and evsry btmih on beauty, and defies de taction. It ha Ktrm.l tb tent, of M years, ami in so tiarmleaa wa taut a it to t mire it m pro perly matle. .Accept no counterfeit or aitmlar name- i)r. I. 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When it fades, turns gray and looks d-" wis py and scraggly, just a few applica tions of Sage Tea and Sulphur en hances its appearance a hundred fold. Don't stay gray! Look young! Kither prepare the tonic at home or get from any drug store a 50 cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound." Thousands of foi lip recommend this ready-to-use prepar ation, because it darkens the hair beautifully and removes dandruff, stops scalp itching and falling hair; besides, no one can possibly tell, as it darkens so naturally and evenly. You moisten a sponge or soft brush with it, drawing this through the hair, taking one small strand at a time. By morning the gray hair dis appears; after another application or two, its natural color is restored and it becames thick, glossy and lustrous and you sppear years younger. CAPITAL AUTO SUPPLY CO. ACCESSORIES U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE Everything But the Auto 517 N. Central Ave. Phon 1071 Diamond Tires 110 N. Central Ave. Phone 414 M. L. BUCKLEY, JR. 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