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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1915.
PAGE NINE i Money to Loan MON'IOY TO LOAN on income real estate security. Inquire of Jamison. 4i.5 Firming mock, tf Mnag j ft BwM J 10 per month pays for home. We lend money to buy lot or pay lip on one already bought. We lend money to build or we build for you. Your own plan; your own builder. Select your homesite, we do the rest. HOME INVESTMENT CO. I'hone lufitf. Basement Uoodrich Bldp. tf WILL MAKE LOANS on improved city property from $1000 to $4000, funds on hand for immediate use. K. E. PASCO E 802 N. nd Ave. tf Lost and Found I 1IAV1C IN MY POSSESSION one brown mare, about thirteen bands hij;h and about six years old, branded U on left hip; also one horse colt, about four months old, clay bank color, not branded. There is three month's pas ture bill due tin said stock, and same will be sold on 20 of Feb. at 2 P. M.. Pat's Corral, to satisfy same .unless owner pays before said date. tf L ST In vicinity of Indian school, wiiite mare; reward. I'hone 3328. bk $.1.00 HE WARD For return of Pearl wreath pin. Lost in or near New York store, Saturday, Jan. 23. Phone 8030. bs LOST. AT THE EMPRESS, 'ANXI KTY AND DFLL CARE. tf STUAYi:iSmTcl horerbranled7m riKbt thiRli; also nr.ire with brand U F. Finder notify Alhambra Store for re ward, bm L 1ST Sunday, on Christy road, one mile north of Toileson, ladies' blue coat. I'hone 1117. Reward. bg FoFND AT THE EMPRESS. THE BKitJEST LA 1'GII IN PHOENIX. tf The Cow Hoy Commercial Corral Ph. 1063. The Largest Livery, Feed and Sale St aides, Van Buren & Gr. Ave.; Have Sheds for men, rigs, horses & Dressing Room for Ladies. E. A. STARR Prop. Thone 1063 , tf Business Chances For SALE Small wholesale and re tail business; good trade, "cheap". Call ,"..15 E. Washington. bl LUNCH ROOM New andneat, cheap, low rent, reason sickness. Box 225S Republican. bm FOR SALE Old established restau rant in the best mining camp in the U. S.. lots of boarders at $1.00 per day, jr.iio.dii takes it or will invoice. , Ad dress Box 703, Jerome, Ariz. bk FOR SALE Restaurant, cheap. Call :i East Washington, 1 to 3 P. M." hi FOR SALE Grocery store, quire 1001 East Roosevelt. In-2-ds Personals . WANTED Information as to loca tion or P. o. address oL"H. F. Ranch." Box 2253. bl Special Notice THE DEPOT RESTAURANT has moved from Center and Jackson to 609 E. Washington and will be pleased to meet all old customers. Thomas Raines. bl tlO REWARD for the arrest and conviction of anyone stealing the Ari zona Republican from the front yards of any of oar subscribers. THE ARIZONA REPUP.LICAN Auto Livery PHOENIX AUTO LIVERY Twelve city blocks 25c 2 passengers any part city, each 25c Country trips over 20 miles, 12c per m. Phono 193S tf Auto Time Table FIKE'S AUTO STAGE LINE Phocnlx-Tempe-Mesa-Chandler Cars leave Phoenix and Mesa every SO minutes from 7 A. M. until 8 P. M., end thereafter as follows: Leave Phoenii Leave Mesa ' 7:00 p.m. (:30p.m. :00 " 7:00 " :00 " 8:00 " 10:30 " :00 Leave Tempe about SO minutes. after leaving Phoenix. Leave Tempe about 20 minutes after leaving Mesa, i Mesa-Chandler Division Leave Mesa Leave Chandler 8:00 a. in. 7:30 a.m. 10:00 " :30 " 12:00 " 11:30 " 2:00 p.m. 1:30p.m. 4:00 " S:30 " :00 " 5:30 " Flcke's Auto Delivery Phone 414 tf Attorneys J. W. Crenshaw, lawyer Office 211 Fleming Itldg. tf Auto Painting AUTO PAINTING, estimates given. Phone 2133. E. C. Hlggins. 611 E. Monroe. tf Cleaning and Pressing THE FRENCH ELECTRIC CLEAN ING WORKS. Work called for and de livered. Phone us a trial order. Phrr.e 19S3. tf Why you should send your work to the ARIZONA CLEANING WORKS. Because their plant represents a per manent investment. The plant operat ed by them Is as sanitary and clean as your kitchen. By sending your work to the MASTER CLEANERS you are sure to get what you are paying for. I'hone 508, Mrs. L. Wilson. tf Contractors and Builders W. II. JONES, general contractor, jobbing. 835 N. 7 th Ave. Thone 8656. 2-bl Corsetiere MRS. KUHLWILM, SPIRELLA cor setiere. Phone 2950. 409 West Jeffer son. 3-bs Chiropodist CHIROPODY, corns removed pain less and bloodless, 50c each; bunions, moles, warts, . etc., removed. 39 East Adams. Frank Shirley. Phone 1704. tf Dressmaking BRING YOUR GOODS, we cut- arid lit it. We finish if wanted, a specialty of cutting and fitting. 1st and Adams St., over McKee's Cash Store. It W E TEACI ISE WINgTMc per lesson. bring your material. American College Dressmaking, Room 12 Monihon Bldg. tf Electric Carpet Cleaning CARPETS CLEANED Telephone 733. Electric Carpet Cleaners. tf Ford Specialists TVe do the highest class Ford re pairing, all work done by Ford ex perts. Washing and polishing a specialty. Evans Garage, 307 N. Cen tral Ave. Phone 1213. tf Graduate Masseuse Scientific body massage, Swedish movements. Miss Catherine Power, 139 N. 6th street. Thone 8S03. 3-1 Hand Laundry SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY. Rough dry 35c doz.; each bundle washed sep arate; ironing also. Thone' 3540. tf Hides LET PS MAKE YOU A PRICE on your sheep pelts before you sell. Highest prices paid for hides. F.I-'FRON & COMPANY 1 Block east Phoenix Flour Mill. Phone 1832 ' tf Highest prices paid for hides and pelts. Save your hor.sehidcs FINNIGAN-HROWN CO. ' South Hth Ave. Opp. Stock Yards. tf Livery Stables GOLDEN EAGLE STAPLES, 217 North Central avenue. Phone 451, at tractive rigs, good horses. First class ambulance service. Busses and hacks on call. 2-dr Osteopath DR. A. C. GRAVES Osteopathic physician and surgeon, over McKee's, 1st Ave. and Adams St. Phone 1935. tf Public Accountant C. P. LEE, 309 National Bank of Ari zona Building, Accounting, Auditing, Systematizing. Will open and Close Book3 of Account and make up Analy tical statements and reports. ' tf Sanitarium. AT THE FOOT OF CAMELBACK Mountain. For full particulars see Mrs. Hilda Lamphcar, 38 N. Central Ave. No dampness from irrigation, high elevation. Prices reasonable. 2-dm Typewriters UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER prac tically new, for sale at a bargain. Ad dress Box 125, Tempe. bg WE SELL, rent, and repair, Reming ton. Monarch and Smith Premier type writers. Remington Typewriter Com pany, Inc., 35 East Adams St. Phone 670, Phoenix, Ariz. Transfer and Storage LIGHTNING PEL. TRANSFER CO. We store or haul anything. Phone 594 and 1126. 42 South Central. tf LET YOUR MOVE BE OUR MOVE CHAMBERS TRANSFER CO. PHONE 1228-427. 26 S. 2ND AVE. OPP. COURT HOUSE. tf Undertaking and Embalming EASTERLING & WHITNEY Un dertakers and Embalmers. 213 West Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona. tf MOHN, DRISCOLL & MAUS Un dertakers, Embalmers and Funeral Di rectors, 311 N. 1st Ave. tf UNDERTAKERS Moore & McLel lan; lady assistant, auto hearse. S29 West Adams St.. Phone 601. tf Upholstering and Cabinet Work WE HAVE ADDED to our shop, power cotton pikers; also have hair pickers for "mattress work. Work dono right and cheap. Phone 1419, 28 South 4 Ave. , tf Robert Mote had one wife in Minne apolis and another in Hutchinson, Kas. He met his third in Garden City, Kas., on Wednesday, courted her Thursday, married her Friday, was arrested Sunday, and sentenced to jail on Tuesday. Reports from Russia state that schoolgirls are running away from home in boys' clothes to enlist. Some of them are not found out until they are wounded. l lt. SOUTH SIDE NEWS HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR, GENERAL 80UTH81DE AGENT Refer to him Subicription Orders, Stop, Change, well at all Baa inesa regarding Advertising and Job Printing. TEMPE OFFICE Caia Loma Hotel Bldg., Phone 53. Tempo Correspondent, H. B. Griffin, Jr. jjjTjT-run.ru uxnn.nrirr,-M-i' - r TEMPE MISERABLE M WAY DEFIES AUTO. TRAVEL Nearly a Dozen Machines Marooned on Road Between Tempe and ' Mesa Yesterday Defying travel to auto trucks. stages and in fact every kind of mo tor vehicle, a mile stretch of road between here and Mesa was yes terday the camping ground for quite number of unlucky motorists and their ditched machines. That single mile stretch is undoubtedly the worst piece of road on the ocean to ocean highway to be found in the valley probably for that matter in the state, and not a time does rainy weather set in, but it is a common sight to see from one to half a dozen marooned machines lodged in the hud hole off the embankment of the road, ditched. ' The piece of road referred to is the last mile stretch coming west out of Mesa, just prior to the turn north to ,the creamery road. For years this same mile has been the source of much trouble to travel. first during the rain it is so slip pery that it is almost impassable and then in a few days when it lrys' out every foot there is a hole from one to six inches deep. During the course of the recent wet spell it is estimated that not less than ten machines went into the ditch for from an hour to several clays. A eotiple passenger stages were marooned, and one even turn ed half over. Two trucks were off the road and out of commission. And all yesterday there was some un lucky autoist working his way up onto the road afteY maybe an hour or two of hard work. The fact that there is generally very good road between Phoenix and Mesa, with the exception of this single mile, has led to- wondering by toousands of people why there is not some way possible that an im provement can be made here. FIVE DOZEN boys' seventy-five cent shirts to close out today at Hyd er's at 25c each. Buy now. Adv. It ANNUAL MEMORIAL SERVICE The annual Frances Wilard me morial service, conducted by the W. C. T. U. will be held tomorrow af ternoon at three o'clock at the Me thodist Episcopal church in this city. The -following is the program. Hymn. In'oca'ion. Scripture reading, Xrs. O'Neal. Prayer. Mrs. J. E. MoClain. Song, "While the Days arc Going By." Poem. ''Frances Willard,' read by Mrs. H. G. Corson. Duet. "My Mother's White Rihon," Mrs. Ruck and Mrs. Quinn. Talk. "Some Phases of Miss Wil lard's Early Life." Wilbur Fisk. Talk, "Miss Wilard's Heart Tho thesy," Chas. H. Dains. Song, Miss Mattle York. Talk. "The Ripened Fields," N. A. Coxsey. Talk. "The Religious Activities of the W. C. T. U.." J. R. Roundtree. Talk, by Mrs. D. G. Buck Song "God be With You Till We Meet A??ain." . Benediction. PUBLIC LECTURE TODAY Professor Meserve of the Univer sity will lecture on "Food Adulter ation and the State Pure Food Laws," this afternoon at three o'clock in the science room at the high school. The lecture is one that has been thrown open to the public and a. welcome invitation has been ex fended all to be present. VALENTINE PROGRAM The entertainment committee of the Woman's club will give a Val entirte program of music withgames and refreshments at the opera house on Monday evening. It is an evening of pleasure that the ladies have planned and . they are inviting all their friends in to share in their good time. The one price of ad mission will include all the divi sions of the program. T. N. S. ELECTION The regular semester election of officers of the student body of the normal was held Thurday evening, resulting in the selection of Miss Margaret Pinson as president for the next four months. The election of a new president was a live issue and interest in the outcome was keen Miss Anna McDonough is the new secretary and Mr. Brown is the ser geant at arms. As yell leader for the baseball and track work Law rence Austin was the favorite choice, and as baseball manager, Louise Maier received the majority vote. THEIR FIRST BORN Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hanna are the proud parents of a bouncing baby boy which arrived at the home of the grand parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Price Wickliffe, yesterday, morning. A LIVE CONTEST Superintendent C. H. Prather of the Christian Sunday school is urg ing every member of the school and church to be present at ten o'clock tomorrow morning and to have a bible in hand. Tomorrow is the next to the last Sunday of the contest - - - w w w 50 ACRES Fine Land FOR RENT Plant Oats , W. J. Kingsbury Tempe, Ariz. If Not, Why Not Come in todav and select vour Hat Suit Overcoat Trousers Sweaters Woolen Underwear Boys' Clothing Shirts It s your last sret and best lance to tliese at 25 Off Hyder's Tempe and the last Sunday on which cred its may be obtained for church at tendance. The Phoenix church is still In the lead. If Tempe is to win it must depend on the attendance at Sunday school and church to morrow and at Sunday school the following Sunday, and to that end all of the members of the Christian church are working. EIGHTH STREET OPEN Eighth street was opened to travel at Its intersection with Mill avenue, again last evening, after being closed for several days because of the work on the sewer mains. While work will still be in progress on Eighth street for a while yet, travel will be allowed to continue as usual. THE DUNLAPS HERE The Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Dunlap spent yesterday visiting friends in Tempe. They also attended to busi ness connected with the state work of the Christian church of which Mr. Dunlap is general secretary. RETURNING HOME Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harvey, who spent; the last couple of weeks In Tempe, left last night for, their home at Bakersfield. California. VISITORS IN TEMPE Rev. R. L. Breed, D. L. of New York City, and Rev. J. H. MeCullum, D. D., of Chicago, spent " yesterday in Tempe as the guests of Charles H. 'Dains. In the afternoon at four o'clock they were tendered a recep tion by the men of the Congrega tional church in the pastor's study. Their visit was unavoidably a short one, for they were force! to leave last evening, after completing a general inspection of the work in Arizona, for Los Angeles, Cal. LIBRARY ORGANIZATION A private library organization that will by its own means be able to finance a library for the general Ufe of the" public, is the proposition now being worked on by the recently ap pointed board. At the meeting last Thursday afternoon Mrs. H. G. Cor son was elected permanent presi dent and a committee on iy-laws and a. constitution was appointed. Other committees are outstanding and all will report at another meeting of the board on Wednesday afternoon of next week. COOKED FOOD SALE The Christian church ladies will preside at a cooked food sale con ducted today at Birchett brothers - Because a bacteriologist declared mineeples did their own distilling, the old New England delicacy has become popular in the "dry" sections of the ! country. ' MESA OFFICE With Everybody's Drug Store, Phone S or 55 Mesa Correspondent Chaa. F. Jones MESA ROBERTSON ELECTED SECRETARY OF CLUB Directors Appointed by President Sev eral Committees are Named. To Enlarge Club The members and directors of the Mesa Commercial club met Thursday evening ijj the club rooms with presi dent Nelson In the chair and proceeded j to the election of Professor H. Q. Rob ertson as permanent secretary for the ensuing year. Mr. Robertson's appointment was ' made unanimous on motion and his salary was fixed at $100 per month and that he also receive 25 per cent of all , monie3 accruing from income from in creased membership, over and above ' the $250 per month originally stipu lated. The president announced that he would nominate the following members as directors: Mr. C. A. Baldwin, chair man; E. P. Grover, J. T. LeSueur, J. B. ' Nelson, P. B. Beville, Frank Gurley, ( Wm. Beach. I The president appointed, as a good roads committee, the following: Mr. . Fuller, Mr. Chandler, Mr. Holladay. It was announced by the chair that all commitees were expected to report as to their findings at the next meeting of the club; to be held at its rooms on . Thursday evening, February 18, 1915, at .7:30 p. m. I At a meeting, yesterday morning, of the three gentlemen annointed as a committee to consider the different committees needed to best serve the interest and purposes of th Commer cial club, the following action was tak en : 1 We, the undersigned, acting as a committee at the request of the presi dent of the Mesa Commercial club, make the following recommendations: 1 That a publicity committee be ap pointed, to be composed of R.' E. Stele, i C. Fred Brackett. and P. E. Fuller. j That an industrial emmittee be ap pointed, to be composed of Edwin Le Baron, J. T. LeSueur, and Mr. Wash- I burn. I That a ways and mean.? committee be appointed, to be composed o." v.'m. Beach, J. c Spangler, and Fred Brack- , e,t- j That a good roads and highways , committee be appointed, to be com posed of o. s. stapley, p. E. Fuller, and j W. S. norma n. j That a civic and lwn improvement committee be appointed, to be com posed of Dr. R. R Palmer, Ernest Cris- mon. and J. M. Carr. Tht a transportation and traffic committee be appointed, to oe com posed of H. C. Holcomb, L. H. Stewart, and Judge R. A. Kingsbury. That an entertainment committee be appointed, to be composed of Messrs. Nate Hart, W. W. Mitchell, Frank Vance, George S. Irwin, J. H. Allison. Frank Gurley, Max Anderson. C. P. Blanton, Frank Sanders, W. S. Dolman, Gee. W. Silver-then-.. L. If. Ncr'.ii, W. A. I uton, Washburn. Edwin LeBaron, G.'o. Johnson, -J T. LeSueur. Ctus. J boson. Bert Hart cs, Chas. .Tone;;. Signed: CHAS. P. BLANTON EDWIN LEBARON R. E. STEELE. LEFT FOR CALIFORNIA J. W. Alexander, who for five years was president of the A gr B Grocery company of this city, left yesterday evening for Phoenix and from there over the Santa Fe for Ash Fork and Needles. Eventually he expects to go to the coast, where he will make his home. -.REPUBLICAN AUTO SERVICE Horace B. Griffen, the sotithside rep resentative of The Republican made the initial trip yesterday morning in a roro roadster which will supplant tha regular motorcycle delivery service which has been used In carrying the papers from Tempe to Mta. The cir culation became so large that the hug? pack saddle used. on the motorcycle be came too small: The car became a ne cessity in order to carry the Mea pa ie.s to mis praee for distribution by carriers. MRS. COMER ARRIVED Mrs. Al. Comer and children and Miss Lucy Comer, a sister have ar rived from Santa Ana, California to be present at the bedside of their husband and brother who was Injured a few days ago in an automobile accident be tween Tempe and Phoenix. The In jured man was reported as resting well yesieraay afternoon. DEATH OF C R. BRIGGS The death of C. R. Briggs, who has been a resident of Mesa for the past several years occurred at -his home in the northeast part of the citv Thurs day evening at fiw o'clock. The de ceased is survived by his wife who was with him at the time of his death. Burial took place yesterday afternoon in the Mesa cemetery attended by only the immediate family friends. It was the expressed wish of the deceased that no funeral be held and that he be hauled to the cemetery by his own team and in his own wagon. It was also his wish that his coffin be made at a local contractors shop which was done. One of the greatest characteristics of the man's nature was his great love for horses. It was his love for his team of horses that prompted him to desire that they should haul him to his last rest ing place. The team wan brought to i noenix lor the express purpose of mB TO CONDUCT BURNETT FUNERAL Services at the home at 2:30 O'Clock Sunday Afternoon Decline Dated from Death of Wife The funeral services over the remains of John H. Barnett, who died at 4 o'clock Thursday evening at the home of his brother, C. W. Burnett, will be conducted Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from his late .residence on East Main street, by the Knights of Pythias lodge, of which the deceased was a member since the organization of the order in Mesa. The deceased-is sur vived by a daughter, Eva, thirteen years of age, four brothers, Sam, S. and George, who reside here, C. W. who resides in Phoenix, and Warren, who resides in California. Burial will take place in the Mesa cemetery along side the remains of his devoted wife, who preceded him two years ago and two children who died in infancy. j J. H. Barnett was born in San Ber- nardino, California in 1857. He came to Phoenix with his family in 1881 and six years later removed to this place, where he continued to reside until his death. Hi career was linked closely with the progress and up building of Mesa. For twenty-seven years he was engaged in the drug business and by close attention to business had amassed a competency. No man in the com munity backed his faith in the future of Mesa more strongly than he. When the town was yet in its infancy he erected a spacious home on East Main street which remains one of the finest residences on the south side. Even be fore others dared to venture he erected the splendid business block on East Main street which housed his retail and wholesale drug business for years. He early realized the need of a municipal water plant and for years worked for such an institution which was finally constructed during his administration as mayor of the town. For years he has been one of the directors of the Mesa City bank, a position he retained at the time of his death. He was a man of unimpeachable integrity and a stalwart believer in honest methods. o When Adelaide Scott of Minneapolis was married last week, her grand mother, Mrs. Felicita Grant of St. Louis, played the wedding march. Mrs. Wallingford was getting rich too quick, so George Randolph Ches ter has called off his promise to give his wife every gold coin he received. hauling the body to the graveyard. In early life he was a stage driver in Mon tana and later resided in Oregon. Fairbanks-Morse Engines Schieren's Duxbak Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY CO. Ird Are. and Jackwra "We Have the Stock" Phoenia Phoenix Directory Antomobiles ' Garages Accessories Arizona Motor Company, Inc. Arizona Vulcanizing Works BUICK W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agnt Garage and Salesrooms 313 North Central Avenue. Phone 1450 CAPITAL AUTO SUPPLY CO. FRANKLIN Ford Motor Car MASTER CARBURETORS CONGRESS TIRES MAXWELL 1850 F. 0. B. Phoenix 326-28-30 N. Gray A Davio Starter REPUBLIC TIRES Reliable RubberWorks 306 North REO Official A. A. 108 North Bananas Today 15c per dozen. Apples Red Jonatha n, 6 lbs for 25c Per box $1.35 Fresh Lemons, per dozen .20c These Prices Today Only Colorado Fruit & Produce Co. TEMPE Phone 99 In Denmark, Germany, Holland. Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, the percentage of illiteracy is smaller than among the whites of the United States. AUTOMOBILES Cverjtninn tm th automobile carried In aiock FIRST AND VAN BUREN STREET VULCANIZING OF ALL KINDS DONE PROMPT LY. WORK GUARANTEED. OUT OF TOWN WORK SOLICITED. X07 W. Washington Ki. Overland Prion MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horrell 521 N. Central. Phone 1221 Expert Service Men ACCESSORIES U. 8. TIRES, OILS, GREASE Everything But th Auto 517 N. Central Avi. Phon 1671 T- THE EA8IEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET TODAY GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Arixona Corner Second and Adams 8treeta 5-Pnger, $565. Runabout, 61l EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agont ' 308-310 B. Adama St. Maricopa County Agent for Flreatona Tires Beth Are Big Money Saver. The Best in the World. SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR 309-315 North Central Avenue CO. O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO. T. B. Trent, Managar. Automobile Repairing Cooc'year Tiree Auto Acceieorlea Central Phono HI Huntsman-Hotchkiss Overland Co. 227-229 North Center Phone 1916 FEDERAL TIRES I Transcontinental Garage 108 N. Second Ave. Arizona Distributors. Phone 1581 The only completely equipped vulcanizing plant In the city. All work afc ao'.utely guaranteed. Central Avenue. A. Transcontinental Garage. Seeond Avenue. Thone 1581 9 i 1