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THE ARIZONA REEUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 20, 1915 PAGE NINE i ;'! Wanted Help, Male and Female JIKN. V i.MliN Learn the barber trade. We placed over MHO In good positions last year. 8 weeks completes. Moler Harber School, 429 K. 5th St., or 122 K. 2nd St.. I.ob Angeles, tf Money to Loan $.".011; $-'""11; I'. Cmicll, :: l'ldg. in, I oilier amounts. U. i Xat'l Fand of Ariz. dd A Ni;V I.oAX CO. IN PHOENIX 1'lcnty of money for everybody in sums to suit on real estate or household Koods, pianos, livestock, any other thincs ctf value; $ii to $r0 loaned to sal aried people on easy payments. If you are in need, we extend a helping hand at reasonable rates; notes bought. Open evenings until S 1'. M. UNION LOAN CoMI'AXV, XK. corner 3rd St. and Adams. I'hone 1927. It MONEY TO LOAN, JIO.OO to $100.00 on your salary, furniture, piano, live Flock, farming implements, automobile, real estate, etc., without removal, pub licity or delay at the lowest rates, strictly confidential. See us now. Mut ual Loan Co., I'.oom 5 Lewis lildg., 5 AVcst Adams. I'hone 1396. tf -M'lNKV TO LOAN on income real estate security. Impure of Jamison. 4H.1 Fleming Hlock. tf WILL MAKE LOANS on improved city property from $1000 to $1000, funds on hand for immediate use. K. K. PASCOE 32 N. 2nd Ave. tf Lost and Found t .' 'ST I 'in, valued as a keepsake, en.uii set with pearls. Return to Her r bill I '. Reward. d' .nST--Oii North' Seventh St., be tween Brill ear lincind Indian School Road, handbag containing watch, money, check, keys, etc. Reward, please Phone 12SUH. tf FiU NIi AT'THB E.MPUKSS, THE HIGHEST LAUGH IN PHOENIX. tf STR.WED From Fair Grounds, lark .P'iey cow, branded V. C. on hip. Reward. PI e 796. tf l.i 1ST. AT THE EMPRESS, ETY AND DULL CARE. ANXI tf The Cow Hoy Commercial Corral I'll. 1063. The Largest Livery, Feed and Sale Stables, Van Ruren & Gr. Ave.; Have Sheds for men, rigs, horses & Dressing Room for Lvdies. E. A. STARR Prop. Phone 1063 tf Business Chances FURNITURE ami Lease for nale, of besl paing apartment house in Phoe nix. Address P. i ). P.ox 677. tf Party with some means to take part, interest in good nearby gold claims. Room Gilberf House, from 2 to 4 P. M. i'li ' R SALE An outdoor business uhiih will pay you a salary of $75.00 per month, besides interest on your in vestment at 6 per cent per month, $(i.ai,n easli will handle it. llox 2279. Republii an. ds FOR SALE Grocery store. In mire lnOl East Roosevelt. 2-ds Announcements To WHnM IT MAY CONCERN This is to notify you that on the 17th' lay of February, 1915, I sold my inter est in The Louis J. Gass Tailor Shop, to my brother Leon R. Gass, who is now the sole owner. Leon R. Class as sumes jo p;iy all outstanding accounts am collects all amounts due the firm. Dated at Phoenix. Feb. 17th. 1915. LOUIS J. GASS. LEON R. GASS. dn Personals Will Mr. Irvin H. Miller a resident of if the R. F. D. Ronton whose ad. Ires csn nas rieen lorgoiien, communi with the Editor nf the Republican. Auto Livery PHOENIX AUTO LIVERY Twelve city blocks 25c 2 passengers any part city, each.... 25c Country trips over 20 miles, 12c per m. Phone 193S tf Auto Time Table FUCK'S AUTO STAGE LINE FhoenU-Tempe-Mesa-Chandler Curs leave Fhoenlx and Mesa every 10 minutes from 7 A. M. until f P. M-, and thereafter a follows: Leave Phoenli Leave Mesa 7:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. S:00 " 7:00 :00 ' 8:00 " 10:30 " 9:00 " Leave Temp about SO minutes after leaving Phoenix. Leave Tempe about 10 minutes after leaving Mesa, Mesa-Chandler Division Leave Mesa Leave Chandler 8 : 00 a. m. 7 : 30 a. m. 10:00 " 8:30 " 12:00 " 11:30 " 2:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 4:00 M 8:30 " 6:00 " 6:30 " Flcke'a Auto Delivery Phone 414 tf Attorneys J. W. Crenshaw, lawyer Office 211 Fleming Bldg. tf Auto Painting Tlione 2133. E. C. Higgins. 611 E. Monroe. Cleaning and Pressing TEST THE STRENGTH OF OUR ASSERTION Compel us to demon strate to vou that we surpass all oth- rs in our line. Arizona Cleaning Works Mrs T.. Wilson. db THE FRENCH ELECTRIC CLEAN ING WORKS. Work called for and de livered. I'hone us a trial order. Thcne Corsetiere MRS. KI HLWILM, SI'IRKU.A cor seticre. I'hone 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 Dlt. (i. O. WOLD, CHIROPODIST. 139-41 Y. Washington St. I'hone 1926. tf Dressmaking f--- ----- - rinn.rjj-injuji n.riLT- i; i i',AC u J ill'; ART OF DRESS MAKING. Result guaranteed, cutting class, ten lessons for iw.x tlnllui-c In. mitnte of Cutting and Fitting, over Mc- ivees casn store. 3-Dn DRESSMAKING and plain sewing. 737 West Jackson. dg WE TEACH SEWlNli, 50c per lesson, bring your material. American College Dressmaking, Room 12 Monihon lildg. tf Electric Carpet Cleaning CARPETS CLEANED Telephone 733. Electric Carpet Cleaners. tf Ford Specialists We 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. Phone SS03. 3-1 Hand Laundry SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY. Rough dry 35c doz.; each bundle washed sep arate; ironing also. Phone 3540. tf Hides LET US MAKI? YOU A TRICE on your sheep pelts before you sell. Highest prices paid for hides. EFFRON & COMPANY 1 Clock cast Phoenix Flour Mill. Fhone I $32 tf Highest prices paid for hides and pelts. Save your horsehides FI N N IG A N -RRO WN CO. South 14th Ave. Opp. Stock Yards. tf Home Dining-Room GDI ID HOME COuKED MEALS at F.eckers Dining Room. 42 South 2nd Ave. 3-bp Hair-Dressing DISTILLED RAINWATER SHAM POO, 35 ets. Hairdress 25, 35 and 50 cts. Iiaby Coiffure, New York's latest in Hairdress 75 ct.s. Deep tan, brown spots and superfluous hair removed. Try our scalp treatments for dandruff and falling hair. De Marvel Hair & Toilet Shop. 411 W. Washington. I'hone 1926. tf Livery Stables GOLDEN EAGLE STABLES, 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. Fhone 1935. tf Public Accountant C. P. LEE, 303 National Bank of Ari zona Building, Accounting, Auditing, Systematizing. Will open and Close Books of Account and make up Analy tical statements and reports. tf Sanitarium. AT THE FOOT OF CAMEI-BACK Mountain. For full particulars see Mrs. Hilda Lamphear, 38 JN. central Ave. No dampness from irrigation, high elevation. Prices reasonable. 2-dm Typewriters uji.ri.irniiii rinnrir. .r WE SELL, rent, and repair, Kcming- ton. Monarch and Smith Premier type writers. Remington Typewriter Com pany, Inc., 35 East Adams St Phone 670, Phoenix, Ariz. Transfer and Storage gmp.ii. nriiniirsii LIGHTNING DEL. TRANSFER CO. We store or haul anything. I'hone BD4 and 1126. 42 South Central. tf LET TOUR MOVE BE OUR MOVE CHAMBERS TRANSFER CO. PHONE 122S. IS South Central Ave. tf Undertaking and Embalming EA STERLING & 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 Uuholsterinsr and Cabinet Work jXAr.r-ii-i-i- - -- -- -- -- - WE HAVE ADDED to our shop, power cotton pickers; also have hair Dickers for mattress work. Work done right and cheap. Thone 1410, 2S South tf ORDINANCE NO. 35. AN ORDINANCE CREATING THE OFFICES OF DEPUTY CITY CLERK, FOR THE PURPOSES OF REGISTRATION ELECTORS OF PHOENIX FOR AND GENERAL BE HELD ON APRIL 6. 1915 OF QUALIFIED THE CITY OF THE PRIMARY ELECTIONS, TO MARCH 6 AND RESPECTIVELY, AND AUTHORIZING THE MANAGER TO MAKE SUCH CITY AP- POINTMENTS TO SAID OFFICES AS HE MAY FIND NECESSARY. RE IT ORDAINED P.Y THE COM MISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOE NIX, as follows: Sec. 1. That there be, and hereby are, created the offices of Deputy City Clerk, for the purposes of taking care of the registration of qualified electors of the City of phinix for the primary and general elections to be held on March 6 and April 6, 1915, respectively, and of properly carryirp out the provisions of law relative to such registration; which said deputies, when appointed, shall exercise and perform, with reference to said reg istration, all the powers and duties now conferred and devolving by law upon the City Clerk. Sec. 2. The city Manager is here by authorized, empowered and di rected to employ and appoint such person or persons to the said office or oltices of Deputy City Clerk, as be may from time to time find nec essary or expedient for the proper erformance of the duties now re- n, Hired by law to be performed by the City Clerk in relation to said registration; and to fix the compen sation of such person or persons at uch reasonable amounts as he shall determine: provided, that whenever feasible, the preference shall be given in making such appointments to per sons now in the employ of tlie City. Sec. 3. Whereas, it is necessary that adequate facilitation be given to the registration of qualified electors of the City of Phoenix for the pri mary and general elections 10 be held on March 6 and April 6, respectively; and. Whereas, the immediate operation of this ordinance is necessary for the preservation of the public peace, health and safty, an emergency is hereby declared to exist, and this or dinance shall be in full force and ef fect from and after its passage by the Commission and approval by t'ae Mayor, and is hereby exempted from the referendum provision of the city charter. PASSED by the Commission of the City of Phoenix this lOtii day of February, 1915. APPROVED this 10th day of Feb ruary, 1915. GEORGE U. YOUNG, Attest: Mayor. FRANK THOMAS, City Clerk. -o- ORDINANCE NO. 37 An ordinance amending Section 10, of Ordinance No. 517, of the City of Phoenix, entitled: an Ordinance amending Section 1 & 10 of Ordinance No. 34S, of the City of Phoenix. Re it ordained by the City Commis sion of the City of Phoenix as follows: SECTION 1. That Section 10. of Ordinance No. 517 of the City of Phoe nix, be and the same is hereby amend ed to read as follows: SECTION 10. Before any Oas Pip ing is commenced, the owner, plumber, or other person, must obtain a permit to do said piping for which the follow ing fees will be charged, for permit, including approval of work .50 For eac h outlet .10 SECTION 2. WHEREAS, the im mediate operation of this ordinance i necessary for the preservation of the public peace, health and safety, an emergency is hereby declared to exist, and this Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage by the commission and approved by the Mayor, and is hereby exempt from the referendum provision of the City Char ter. PASSED by the Commission of the City of I'hoenix this 13th day of Febru ary, ml 5. Approved this 13th day of February, 1915. GEO. U. YOUNG, Mayor. Attest: FRANK THOMAS. City Clerk. -o- WHAT'S IN A NAME Johnnie (puzzled as to how to pro nounce the name of an explorer) Say, father, do you pronounce K-n-u-1 with a long or a short "u"? Father (who, of course, doesn't know) Oh, It doesn't make any dif ference. Johnnie Well, I guess It makes a good bit of difference whether a man is nud or nude up in the Arctic re gions. Pennsylvania State Froth. stops itching instantly! The moment that Resinol Ointment touches itching skin the itching stops and healing begins. That is why doc tors have prescribed it successfully for iv.cnty years in even the severest cases of eczema, ringworm, rashes, and many other tormenting, disfiguring skin di seases. Aided by warm baths with Resinol Soap, Resinol Ointment makes the skin or scalp perfectly healthy, quickly, e.isilv and at little cost. Try them and see! Sold by all druggists.. rutrffu-Lan i r " n SOUTH SIDE NEWS HORACE B. GRlFFEN, JR, GENERAL SOUTHSIDE AGENT a- Refer to him Subscription Orders, 8tope, Changes, as wsll as all Bus iness regarding Advertising and Job Printing. TEMPE OFFICE MESA OFFICE Casa Loma Hotel Bldg., Phone 53. With Everybody's Drug Store, Phone 6 or Tempe Correspondent, H. B. Griffon, Jr. Mesa Correspondent Chas. F. Jones TEMPE TEMPE WILL OBSERVE WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY Schools and Business Houses Willi Be Closed Tempe High-Normal Game Monday will be reconized gener ally as a legal holiday by the people of Tempe, according to the outlook last evening. The stores have given their consent to close, the schools have each one dismissed until Tues day, and by way of commemorating the occasion the same as has been done in past years, Tempe high and the normal will play their annual baseball game, the season's opener between the two schools. There was some doubt as to whether or not the day would be observed generally. A canvass of the business houses last evening, how ever, ascertained the fact that each would observe the usual holiday houi. At the normal it was pri marily the intention to conduct school as usual, but at the last mo ment the board yielded to the wish of the students and President Matthews yesterday afternoon offi cially announced a close of the in stitution as well as the training school, until Tuesday morning. The high and grammar schools are both closed until Tuesday. The annual Washington's birthday battle between the normal and Tempe high has always been the season's opening game and as such interest is keen. The game this year will be staged on the high school diamond and there is a possibility that the band will be out for a short program. EVANS-TEMPE TODAY In case the weather clears up and the diamond is sufficiently dry. Tempe high and the Evans school will be the opposing teams in the lo cal game this afternoon. According to Coach Jennings it is going to be an holiest to goodness exhibition of real baseball anil in his opinion the local boys will have to go some if tl.ey win. His opinion of' the boys from El Rancho Ronito is on a pretty high foundation, and he is -inuring on the strongest game the Tempest have yet played. His lineup will be about this: Finch, catcher: Johnny Moeur, pitcher; Brooks, first base; Harris, second base; Hegi, short stop; Stewart, third base; TM-an. left field; Buck, center field; Hegi. right field. The game will be j, laved on the Tempe high grounds starting at 3 o'clock. CASA LOMA ADDITION Old tune life is returning to the I'asa Loma hotel and as proof of that statement, made by the man ager herself, a cigar stand was yes terday added to the equipment of the lobby. Cigars and tobacco will be on tap from now on, and every comfort will be aded to the lobby to make it a place for the guests. VISIT LEGISLATURE The Civics class of the Tempe high school spent yesterday at the capital building viewing the workings of the legislators and seeing how the state laws are made. MEETINGS BOOMING Revival meetings, conducted ;1t the Baptist church in Tempe, are nightly attracting much attention from the local public. M. T. RIacklock of Clarksdale is assisting pastor Coxscy in the work. Meetings are being held each evening of the week, with the exception of Saturdays, starting 7:30 o'clock. at CONTEST ENTHUSIASM The Tempo public generally deeply interested in the contest is be- tween the Christian Sunday schools of Tempe and Phonix and await with interest th? close, which comes with the ' Sunday school service tomorrow morning. The local workers have been busy all week and have interested a great number of former members of the school and their friends, who expect to he out tomorrow morning. Everybody has been asked to take a Bible or a Testament, for they count in points. Superintendent Prather of the Tempe school is very optimis tic over the result, and is counting or. a victory. PLEASANT VISIT Mrs. Laura Haigler returned the first of the week from a very pleas antj visit with her daughter. Miss Ruby Haigler, who is teaching in the public school of Buckeye, and her son, Chester Haigler, who is one of the prominent ranchers of that dis trict. On Sunday she was the guest of honor at a birthday dinner served Admission, Goodwin Opera House Tempo Tonight : THE TREY 0' HEARTS And Three Other Good i Reels. Admission, 10e and 15c - - .r...ir-iry-iiiM"iii P0R RENT RESTAURANT POOL ROOM completely furnislied W. J. Kingsbury Ariz: MESA COMMERCIAL CLUB COMMITTEES NAMED Active Permanent Organization Per fected. Publicity Campaign Al Ready in Progress. One of the most important meet ings of the Commercial Club for the year was that of Thursday evening, when the standing room only sign was displayed by members of the club present to discuss matters rela tive to the betterment of the town and the surrounding community. One of the important features was the re port of the nominating committeee, "hose report named the committees and the members on tiic committees I whose business it will be to conduct the campaign for the ensuing year. Or. Nelson, president of the club, ap pointed the members on the commit tees as they had been reported with out a dissentini- -ate. The follow ing committees were named as follows- Publicity R. E. Steele, P. E. Fuller and C. Kred Braekett. Industrial Edwin M. LeRaron, J. W. Icsueiir and C. T. Washburn. Ways and Means Wm. Beach. J. O. Spancler and C. Fre.l Braekett. (iood Roads i). s. Stapley, I'. E. Fuller and W. S Dorman. Civic and Town Improvement Dr. Talnier, Ernest Crimson and J. H. Carr. Transportation and Traffic R. E. Steele. H. C. Holeomb and L, R. Ste-vjirt. Entertainment Committee II Q. Robertson ami members of the club. A finance committee was named to include any three members of the board of directors. The committee on location for rpiar- ers were eiven a week's extension of time to make their report. F. B. Ouiley presented the club with a card index system which was re eivo(l with thanks. The secre tary was instructed to purchase roll top desk and filing cabinet. The publicity committee reported that they had now a list of firi.onn names ol prospective land buyers. A reso lution was passed endorsing the Ari zona Portland Cement company. F. T. Poineroy, following the passing of the resolution, as a member of the board of directors thanked the club for the resolution. Secretary Robertson was made the representative to go to Phoenix to day and meet with the commercial bodies of the state to make arrange ments for celebrating the anniversary of the completion of the dam on at her son's homo, and many other pleasant features were attendant up on her, visit in Buckeye, that will make it a trip long to be remem bered. COLONIAL DINNER Plans for the annual Colonial din ner served by the ladies of the Meth odist church are complete, and rain or shine, it will be held in the church parlors this evening, starting at 5 o'clock. This is the menu: Roast chicken with gravy, mashed potatoes. lads, baked beans, brown bread, celery, cranberries, pickles, jelly, pie, cheese, coffee. OVER FROM PHOENIX. Attorney E. B. Goodwin, who once called Tempe home, was here yester day from Phoenix, looking after his business interests. CANAL CLEANING One hundred and sixty-five men have bem at work this week cleaning canals and laterals for the Tempe Ir rigating Canal company. The crew started work from the head of the system and have followed it its length. The force will be kept at work for a while yet on the lower end of the main canal, but it is probable that water will be in the mill ditch and western branch again today. HORSE MARKET As a partner to R. F. Hearsh, who recently opened a horse and mule sale and exchange stable in Tempe, E. Nap has come to Tempe to re side. Tile two men will enter into the industry actively and propose to work up a good live business. They are retaining headquarters at Teeter corral. the TREY ' O'HEARTS The Trey o"Hearts is the big item with tonight's run of pictures at the opera house. Interest in the serial has been on the constant increase anil each Saturday evening another installment attracts the xveoli's best audience to the show house. 55 i.i-.ii" rir,-rviiirrinii"iririrTinnf.nvvvvvva March 18. The club meet Thursday evening adjourned to of next week. FAKE FLOOD REPORTS The fictitious reports sent out from I'hoenix early in the present month and given publicity throughout the United Slates have not only done great harm to the community, bul have been the means of causing con siderable anxiety and a great deal of worry on the part of people liv ing at a distance who have friends and acquaintances residing here. Many telegrams and letters have neen received at tins place inquiring as to the safety of the people. Only yesterday morning Ernest Walpole received a telegram from his wife's sister living at Miami, Florida, ask ing If the family bad survived th: awful floods which had been devest ing the valley. Previous to the tele gram he had a letter from Ohio asking the same questions. J. w. Pruitt is just in receipt of a letter from his old home in Uvalde, Texas, asking if he has been affected by the floods and suggesting In a mild way hat help will be forthcoming if necessary. Thes are but samples of the correspondence that has been coming to Mesa. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY DANCE Plans are being made to entertain one of the largest crowds ever as sembled in the Vance Auditorium on the night of Washington's birthday, when the First Regiment band of Phoenix will Bive a grand ball pre ceded by' a concert one hour in length on thr street. The First Regi ment band is one of the foremost musical organizations in the state and its appearance here will be marked by one of the largest gath erings this season. VISITING POSTMASTER Thomas Newell has arrived from Oklahoma city for a visit with his brother. Postmaster Wm. Newell of this place. Mr. Newell makes regu lar visits to his brother in Mesa and his stop this year will be two weeks, concluded by a visit to the big expo sitions 011 the Pacific Coast. QUARTERLY CONFERENCE The Maricopa Stake Sunday school convention and quarterly conference will convene ;it ten o'clock this morn ing in th" tabernacle. The quar terly eoferenie will commence at the Fairbanks-Morse Engines Schieren's Duxbak Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY CO. 8rd Atb. tnd Jackon "We Hav the Stock' Pbnn Phoenix Directory Antomobiles Garages Accessories Arizona Motor Company, Inc. Arizona Vulcanizing Works BUICK W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agnti Garage and Salesrooms 313 North Central Avenue. Phone 1150 CAPITAL AUTO SUPPLY CO. FRANKLIN Ford Motor Car MASTER CARBURETORS CONGRESS TIRES MAXWELL t ftQM 17 ft R PtiAatniY to, 4 Davi. St,rter326-28-30 N Reliable RubberWorks 308 North REO Official A. A. ldR North tabernacle this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The sessions tomorrow will be held also at the tabernacle and will be at o'clock, conference at 10:30, and a Sunday school session at 7:30 to morrow evening. The meetings will be addressed by First Assistant Su perintendent David O. McKay of Salt Lake and Elder J. Oolden Kim ball of the same place. Superin tendent McKay is a member of the quorum of apostles and is said to be an orator of great ability and one of the finest speakers in the church. Elder Kimball, one of the presidents of the seventies, is a natural humor ist and his addresses are filled with mirth and good cheer which atract people. JOE MONTGOMERY BETTER The many friends of Joe Montgom ery, now located in Phoenix, will bo glad to learn that he is very much improved in health and again able to be up and around. TURKEY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pattee en tertained Thursday at their ranch home with a turkey dinner, which was much enjoyed. Tbe guest list included: Mr. and Mrs. Hockensmith. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Tweedy. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. North, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Slilwell and Mrs. Eleanor Dorman. HERE FROM ALABAMA Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Siewart and family have arrived in the city from Alabama, and are perfecting arrange ments to make the Salt River valley their future home. They are favor ably impressed with thee limate and the conditions existing here. PURCHASED CAR Dr. A. P. Stoner has purchased the J. W.. LeSueur car, which he has found necessary to take care of his increased business. RETURNED FROM EAST Oeorge Johnson, proprietor of Tl. Toggery, has returned home from a three weeks' visit spent in New York and other eastern cities, where he laid in the largest stock for his store ever purchased in the history of the institution. THE MORAL OF THE STORY Tile kindergarten teacher recited to her pupils the story of the wolf and the la tub. As she completed it she said : "Now children, you see that the lamb would not have been eaten by the wolf if he bad been good and sensible." One little boy raised his hand. "Well, John,'' asked the teacher, v hat is it" "If the lamb had been good and sen sible," said the little boy, gravely, "we should have had him to eat, wouldn't we?" New York Times. Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. AUTOMOBILES Everything for t automobile carried in lork FIRST AND VAN BUREN STREETS VULCANIZING OF ALL KINDS DONE PROMPT LY. WORK GUARANTEED. OUT OF TOWN WORK SOLICITED. 107 T Washington Bu Overland Phonn 2I MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horrell 521 N. Central. Phone 1J1I Expert Service Men ACCESSORIES U. 8. TIRES- OILS, GREASE Everything But the Auto 517 N. Central Ave. Phon 1071 THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET TODAY GEO. HAGEMAN, Diatributor for Arizona Corner Second and Adam Street I Paisangor, (565. Runabout, 51l EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agant 308-310 E. Adama St. Maricopa County Agent for Flreetona Tlrea Beth Are Big Money Saveri. The Best in the World. SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR 303-315 North Central Avenue CO. O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO. Trent, Manager. Automobile Repalrinj C.oot'year Tirat Auto AcciMoriee Central Phone Huntsman-Hotchkisi Overland Co. 227-229 North Center Phone 1916 FEDERAL TIRES The onlr completely equipped vulcanizing plant In the city. All work -ao'.utely guaranteed. Central Avenue. A. Transcontinental Garage. Second Avenue, rhuho 1M1 ft ft 4 tf 4 Ave. 1!S3.