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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1915 'M ' PAGE NINE Wanted Miscellaneous WANTED 2 or 4 employed women, for modern furnished apartment, $25 per month; large screenede sleeping porch, 5 blocks west. Phone 668. tf Wanted Help Male WANTED Two solicitors; call Monday morning before 9 o'clock. 29 Kast Adams St. m " WANTED 1000 men at the Cut Rate Barber Shop. 26 S. Second avenue. ihave 10c, hair cut 25c; recently moved lrom 35 N. Second street. It WANTED First-class milker, no other need apply. Central Ave. Dairy 2 miles north Central Ave. I WANTED First class barber at once. Gate City Barber Shop. Williams, Arizona. r WANTED Man to clear and plough land and fence same. P. O. Box 1167, Phoenix. tf RAILWAY MAIL, CLERKS wanted. $75.00 month; pull unnecessary; write immediately for full particulars. Frank lin Institute, Dep't 11 D, Rochester, N. Y. 5-d WANTED A man and wife to come into home for 2 months and receive rent for keeping house for three. Phone 29X9 after 5:30 P. M. Cheap rent for rest of summer. m WANTED Experienced ranch hand. Hicknell Dairy, mile north of Five Points. m Loit and Found At the COW BOY CORRAL Clasey rigs; Trained drivers & Saddlers Riding & Driving taught E. A. STARR Prop. Ph. 1063 Van Buren & Grand Ave. tf Business Chances FOR SALE1 Small candy, soft drinks and notion business. 30 East Monroe st. Cheap. m PARTNER, with $300.00. handle your own money. Box 2589 Republican, m FOR SALE A small paying busi ness can be bought right. B. -H. Lee, Six Points. Phone 3591. tf FOR SALE Small restaurant doing good cash business, in front of Arizona Eastern and near Santa Fe depot, cash $150.00. Hardwick Cafe. L. Lapp, n RESTAURANT FOR SALE, cheap; good location. Call 231 E. Washington St. n Wanted Help, Female WANTED Girl for general house work and wait on table. 628 North Second ave. n EXPERIENCED WAITRESS for boarding house; must ba steady or heed not apply. Box 804, Jerome, Ariz. n WANTED Woman to cook and help with housework. F. E. Marum, Hill side, Ariz. m WANTED Girl for general house work, no washing. Call at 702 North First street. . WANTED Girl to do general house work. Apply 702 N. 1st St. d WANTED A first-class laundress for Mondays or Tuesdays. 620 North Central Ave. 1 Wanted Help, Male and Female MEN, WOMEN Learn the barber trade. We placed over 3000 In good positions last year; 8 weeks completes. Moler Barber School. 429 E. 5th St., or 122 E. 2nd St.. Los Angeles. tf Money to Loan A NEW LOAN CO. IN PHOENIX Plenty of money for everybody in sums to suit on real estate or household goods, pianos, livestock, any other things of value; $5 to $50 loaned to salaried people on easy payments. If you are in need, we extend a helping hand at reasonable rates; notes bought. Open evenings until 8 P. M. UNION LOAN COMPANY. NE. corner 3d St. and Adams. Phont 1937. It $60,000 TO LEND Available April first, J. M. Jamison, 403 Fleming Block; will have $60,000 to lend on Income real estate security. In sums to suit, tf MONEY TO LOAN We have sever al amounts to loan on improved ranch or city property. PRINCE & TUTTLE 14 West Adams St. 1 TO LOAN 13000 to $4000 now and nn additional $2500 after April 15th, in terest 8 per cent payable semi-annually, security Income city property. Ad dress full particulars, box 633 Republi can, rn "LOANS Kinney & Thrift, 35 East Adams. tf PRIVATE ROOMING HOUSE 13 rooms, nearly all rented permanently; completely furnished, with piano; close in, on Washington St.. bargain If taken before April 1. Box 381 Republican. tf GROCERY STORE 1001 E. Roose velt, tf Special Notices BICYCLE DEPARTMENT in splen did location. Only shop in town, for rent. Tempe Garage, Tempe. bs TO FRIENDS and old customers would be pleased to meet you at my new location Block and Pattons office, 21 N. 1st Ave. Fred Jacobs, everything in real estate. 1 CHICKEN DINNER 25c, is being served today at the Cottage Dining Room, 25 West Monroe, 11:30 till 1:00. and 5:30 to 7:00, all white help. tf WHEN VISITING FIVE POINTS do not fail to stop at Sam's Place, short orders, good coffee, cigars, candies, soft drinks. S. E. Bennett, 723 Grand Ave. 4-bm C. C. EDWARDS has taken charge of the Ford Cafeteria, 138 Wrest Washing ton. Give me a trial, satisfaction guar anteed. 4-bm Auto Livery Furniture REPAIRING of all kinds, promptly done In the best manner. We bring your stuff In and deliver it free. Bar-rows-Fooshee Fur. Co. tf Hand Laundry SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY, washing and ironing, all hand work; each bundle washed separately. Pnone 3540, 502 W. Adams. tf Leather Goods WANTED TO BUY SECOND HAND SADDLES N. PORTER SADDLE & HARNESS COMPANY 128 S. CENTRAL AVE. tf Messenger Service HASTY MESSENGER SERVICE. PARCEL DELIVERY. 770 PHONE. tf WE DELIVER to all parts of the city by reliable messenger boys. Ring 414. tf Patronize the man who thinks enough of his stallion to advertise him CHALLON 65893, grey Percheron stallion, wt. 1800, Manistee ranch, 1 mile N. E. of Glendale. Louis Sands. Phone Rural 204. " 4-gs DAN Standard bred shire and per cheron stock, wt. 1760. A. J. Straw, Glendale. 4-gs Maternity TRUMPETING KING Reg. imported English Hackney, perfect gentleman, fine actor. Buck's Livery, Tempe. 4-dn MATERNITY CASES TAKEN IN QUIET HOME by gradu ate nurse. $15 per week. PHONE 2481. 4-dg FOR SALE YOUNG STALLIANS Pedigreed PERCH ERONS.. One to four years old. Ira Beck, 1 miles W. of Fair Grounds. Phone 106R5. 4-dl Osteopath DIRECTLY 2:0314: LOU KINNEY, No. 47565. New State Corral. DR. A. C. GRAVES Osteopathic physician and surgeon, over McKee's. 1st Ave. and Adams St Phone K35. tf NED, percheron and Morgan stock. wt. 1400, bay, single service $3, season $8. E. D. Solomon, 2 miles S. E. Mesa. 4-dn Public Accountant T. B. InGLIS. Public accountant and auditor. 1st. Ave. and Adams, (over McKee's.) Phone 1304. tf ROBIN PRIDE, Keg. Clydsdale. wt. 2000. Alma Millett, 2 miles S. of Mesa. 4-dn Signs C. H. Barkley of Glendale is standing two fine stallions, KUROPATA and BON VON JR. 4-dn FOR THE BEST in signs see Dave, work guaranteed. 501 West Washing ton St. 4-br Transfer and Storage BIG HURRY? PHONE 193 Phoenix Auto Livery 12 City Blocks, 25c Special Prices on long trips. tf RIANO AND FURNITURE MOVING. AUTO TRANSFER CO., 139 N. 1st Ave. Phone 1487. Night Phone 8494. 4-dk LIGHTNING DEL. TRANSFER CO. We store or haul anything. Phone 694 and 1126. 42 South Central. tf Apple Cider PURE APPLE CIDER, 75c per gal lon. 100 E. Adams. tf LET YOUR MOVE BE OUR MOVE CHAMBERS TRANSFER CO. PHONE 1228. 18 South Central Ave, tf Auto Time Table GLEN DALE-PHOENIX AUTOS leave Berryhill's corner every half hour froai 8:30 to 6. Round trip 50c. 4-db EAT AT THE COMMERCIAL CAFE Open day and night. A restaurant for ladies and gentlemen. We feature quality and service- 31 S. Central Ave. tf FIKE'S AUTO STAGE LINE Phoenix-Tempe-Mesa-Chandler Cars leave Phoenix and Mesa every 10 minutes from 7 A. M. until I P. M and thereafter as follows: Leave Phoenix Leave Mesa 7:00 p.m. (:30 p.m. 1:00 " 7:00 " 1:00 " 1:00 " 10:10 " t:00 " Leave Tempe about 10 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 " 1:10 " 12:00 " 11:10 " 1:00 p.m. -. 1:10 p.m. 4:00 " 1:10 " 1:00 " 1:10 " Ficke's Auto Delivery Phone 414 tf BORROW MONEY from the Mutual Loan Co.; $10 to $100 on your salary, furniture, piano, live stock, farming implements and other things of value, without removal, publicity or delay; lowest rates; plenty of funds; strictly confidential: fair, courteous treatment ROOM 5 LEWIS BLDG., 6 W. ADAMS ST. PHONE 1396. tf MONEY TO LOAN on improved city property, can be paid in monthly In stallments, like rent if desired. E. E. PASCOE 302 N. Central Ave. tf Lost and Found LOST Pair of tortoise shell spec tacles with guard, in or near Catholic Church. Finder return to Collings Vehicle and Harness Co. or Republi can office and receive reward. it FOUND Small girls gray coat ami si.ng book; owner Identify same ft Republican. m LOST Black mare, about 900 lbs.; east of town. Call at Republican of fice. rn FOUND Medal watch fob; owner identify. Downs, 238 E. Washington St. tf LOST Blue coat on East Van Buren St. Return to 521 North 2 St. 1 FOUND Large size canvas telescope containing merchandise; owner may have same by calling at Republican office Mesa and paying for this notice. 1 LOST Black mare, blemish on left hind foot, stiff in front legs, no brand. Tel. sr,40. I STRAYED From demon's ranch. small brown horse, branded figure 8; notify Manuel P. Acosta, 1215 E. Adams. Reward. LOST Small black purse, containing $35 in bills and change; liberal reward. Rotiirn in TYemihlfean. 1 STRAYED From U. S. surveyors camp near Signal, Ariz., one black mare mule. 7 or 8 vears old. brand "T" on right shoulder, last seen near Congress Jet, coming toward Phoenix. Suitable rewnrd for information or return to me of--Thnenl rren Ttsilfite. " ' ' 1 Awnings AWNING AND CAMPING season now on; we make everything known that will fool the sun. Phoenix Tent and Awning Co., Cor. 1st and Monroe Sts. Phone 1411. tf Auto Painting AUTO PAINTING, estimates given. Phone 2111. E. C. Higgles, til E. Monroe. tf Cleaning and Pressing WANTED 100 suits to clean. Ariz. Cleaning Works. Mrs. L. Wilson. Phone 508. tf Cotton Seed FOR SALE Select cotton seed for planting. Call at Glendale Cotton Gin, Glendale, Ariz. 4-br Corsetiere MRS. KUHLWILM, Spirella Corse tiere. 409 W. Jefferson St Phone 2950. 4-bn Chiropodist CHIROPODY, corns removed pain less and bloodless, 50c each; bunions, moles, warts, etc., removed. 19 East Adams. Frank Shirley. Phone 1704. tf Dressmaking COMPETENT dressmaker Phone 8157. 5k DRESSMAKING Phone 8857. tf FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING 320 W. Van Buren. 4-bn WE TEACH SEWING, 50c per lesson. bring your material. American College Dressmaking. Room 12 Monition Bldg. tf Ford Specialists FORD SPECIALIST Gasoline 17c per gal.; Penn. oil 45c gal. Phone 490 Harry Crasswell, 8th Ave. and Wash ineton. S-k Graduate Masseuse jijxxru'vvvvV'Miwii"r'i''i' ---.--.----- Scientific- body massage, Swedish movements. Miss Catherine Power, 139 N. 6th strep t. Phone 8803. 4-r Restaurant GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT The best in Eatables 21-23 East Adams St tf AMERICAN KITCHEN Regular Meals 35 cents Short orders all night 15 North Center St ' Yee Sing, Prop. tf Upholstering and Cabinet Work WE HAVE ADDED to our shop, power cotton pickers; also have hair pickers for mattress work. Work done right and cheap. Phone 1419. 28 South 4 Ave. tf Undertaking and Embalming THE GEO. F. MERRYMAN CO. Embalmers and Funeral Directore. 124 N. Second Ave. Phone 651. tf EASTERLING & WHITNEY Un dertakers and Embalmers. 213 West Washington St, Phoenix, Arizona, tf unuM nDiepnr.I. Jt, u UN ITn dertakers. Embalmers and Funeral Di rectors. 811 N. 1st Ave. tf UNDERTAKERS Moore Be. McLel tan: ladv assistant auto bears. 129 Wpi Adams St.. Phone C01. tf Veterinary Surgeons DR. H. E. GERDES, veterinary, phy sician, surgeon, dentist. Phone 1452. 308 N. 1 Ave. Vulcanizing TTTJR HOSPITAL OF PHOENIX Viiiran'zin? and welding done promptly and guaranteed. Out of town work solicited. Arizona vulcanizing Works. 207 W. Washington, rnone ! ORDINANCE NO. 38 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING PLANS FOP THE IMPROVEMENT Ur THE ALLEY IN BLOCK EIGH TEEN (18) OF THE ORIGINAL TOWNRITE OF PHOENIX. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM MISSION OF THE CITY Of PHOENIX AS FOLLOWS: SKCTION 1. That the plans pre naroA hv the citv Engineer for the improvement of the alley in Block F.itrhtecn 118 of the original town- site of Phoenix, and on file in the office of th'? City Engineer in book Two (It of Street Improvement Plans on Page Eighty-Six, (86), are herebj adopted as the oinciai plans fnr th li-nnrovement of said elley. The grades shall be at tne eleva tions shown on these plana, the width and location of the roadways shall be as shown on these plans. SECTION 2. A duplicate copy oi thu ninns Hhnll ha filed wit:i the City Clerk and kept on file in his office. SECTION 3. This Ordinance snail tolro effect nnd he in force from and after its publication as by law r- nuired. nr.nT.in' j All nnllni ntu fit o cv x if-; 14 . ' 1 ' ... - f - parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisims of this Ordinance are hereby renealeri. Passed by the Commission of the HERO BEN, registered Percheron stallion, weight 1700, sure foal getter, rrice $10. Seal brown colts, all good disposition. At Section 1 Ranch, across from Washington school. Ask for E. C. Leak, corner Northern Ave. and Al- hambra road. bg ARMTHORPE 9192 imported English shire, sired by the famous English stallion SOUTHGATE HONEST TOM, seal brown, W. S. Dorman owner. Stringtown ranch, 2'i miles S. W. Mesa. L F. Rucker, manager. 4-dn -wiA--a'ifr--WiM-----iM---t- SOUTH SIDE NEWS HORACE B. ORIFFEN, JR, ENERAL tOUTHSIDE AGENT Refer te him Subscription Orders, Steps, Changes, as well as all Iss iness regarding Advertising and Job Printing. TEMPE OFFICE MESA OFFICE Cart Loma Hotel Bldg, Phone 53. With Everybody's Drug Store, Phone or M Tempo Correspondent, H. B. Griffon, Jr. Mesa Correspondent C has. F. Jenss LuuLiinnji.iiJinrinrjii.il n. 'in-iui a mrnmniT nr -inn-m TEMPE NEWS NOTES SPARKS PREDICTS BIG SHIPMENTS FROM HERE RICKDALE DUKE-, imported Eng lish shire, dark bay, wt. 1925. W. T. Cummings, Tempe. 4-dr That the south side is not falling behind the records of the other valley communities in shipping home pro duce to outside markets was well demonstrated Saturday night with the departure of a special freight on the Arizona Eastern, having as its load, eight cars of sheep, four cars of cat tle, one car of cabbage and three cars of milk. At Maricopa the ship ment was split, some of it going to the coast for distribution and the rest to various points in New Mexico and Texas. ' Traveling Freight Agent Sparks, of the - Arizona Eastern, , .who was in Tempe Saturday making up the train. is highly optimistic over the pros pects for the south side and predicts without the slightest hesitation that Tempe, Mesa, Chandler and Gilbert, will be dispatching a freight at least once a week regularly within a very short while He figures that that train will for the most part be made up of vegetables and other goods that are perishable. The cattle and other live stock will often require special ship ments will only have their half doz en or so markets, but there are thou sands of smaller markets that will care for the variety of farm pro duce that is now grown and that is often a loss to the grower for the reason he don't know where to sell it. Mr. Sparks sees an early future for the farmers living on this side of the river. He has watched the farming carefully and freely predicts that more farm produce and live stock will be shipped with the next eight months or a year than ever before in the history of the valley. BUSINESS OPPOR TUNITIES IN TEMPE, ARIZ. G10 REWARD For the name and ad dress of any person who will establish a new bus iness in Tempe, Ariz. W. J. Kingsbury lie Sure and Attend the REVIVAL SERVICES TONIGHT IN THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Tempe Rev. Claude C. Jones, Evangelist Subject. "Brotherly Love." You Will Be Made Welcome said that he had acted in the capacity of purchasing agent and that he had secured an option on a part of the stock in the association. However, he agreed that he would meet with the other members of the committee In at tempting to dispose of the gin. and that while his options were for ten days, that if matters ' progressed favorably that the calling of a meeting for next Saturday, at date five days in advance of the issuance of the call to make the meeting of the legal one, would meet with his ai proval. A number of propositions were sug gested as to the best method of pro cedure, there being a number present who were not in favor of disposing of the plant at all. However, a rising vote showed those in favor of selling of having a majority of two votes, and the motion to appoint the above-named committee followed. - I MESA NEWS NOTES j COQUETT, imported French perch eron, prize winner, wt. 2000. Wm. Pain ter, 2 miles S. Tempe. . 4-dn MISSOURI CHIEF Reg. lack, 5 years old.. H. Renaud, Alhambra. Phone 4J4. " 4-dp DR. CLARK No. 449917 bay trotting Stallion, 2:14; BURNEER No. 45040' dark bay trotting stallion, 2:28-4. Will make the season at 1326 Grand Ave. J. T. Clark. Phone 470. HACHEUR (76502) 44362 IMPORT ED Black Registered Percheron. E. E. Jack, Grand Ave., bet. Glendale and Phoenix. Phone 108J4, Glendale. no toll. PRINCE ZOMBO, brown Reg Stallion trial 2:16; PRINCE WOOD, bay stand ard bred stallion trot. 2:24;. JOHN HENRY, standard bred Jack, 4 years old. Dr. James Livingstone V. S. Fair Grounds. OTIS JR., registered dark bay trot ter by James Otis dam Loe Blossom by Lepide by Wilkes Boy, standing at Fair Grounds. Mrs. I. M. Schenck, owner. . 5-g SYLVIO reg. blk. Percheron, w't. 2000; BILLY BRATTON, bay trotter. wt. 1300; DEL NORTE, blk. running horse, wt. 1050; either horse 110 cash for season. J. F. Lee, 115 E. Buchanan, Phone 2948. LELAND D and HENRY LEE, W. T. Barkley's registered harness and ead dle stallions are doiigg the season at the Fair Grounds. SINO, black registered Percheron, 6 years old, weight 2000, 15 to insure. Bartlett-Heard Land and Cattle com pany. Call 92 ask for 27J4. Joseph Lovell, manager. tf COLBERT, black imported French Percheron Stallion, wt. 2100. P. T. Hur ley, Buckeye Road. tf MUGGINS 61716. blk. Percheron stal lion, wt. 1900. ANDREW JACKSON. Mo. Jack. M. B. Brooks, Yuma Road. tf GOD HARD 797, brown coacn stal lion, 16 hands, wt. 1500; BROWN PRINCE 73369, black Percheron, wt 1800. M. B. Freeman. Chandler. NAVAJO No. 67774 black percheron. wt. 1950. C. J. Simmons, Pearl of the Valley ranch, 2 miles S. W. Mesa. JOHNNIE THE JACK standard bred. 5-year-old, sure getter. A. N. Porter, Mesa. FOR 8ALE KENTUCKY JACK. five years old, second premium at state fair. Jack Evans. 31 S. 3rd St. tf COLONEL RANDOLPH 49762 chest. sorrel trotter 2:2214 as 2-year-old. Kleinman's Livery Stable, Mesa. AGENT imported German coach, chestnut, sorrel, wt. 1750, terms reas onable. J. E. McClain, Double Butte Ranch, phone 13R2, Tempe. CLIFTON 4641 Kentucky Jack: COL ONEL COULEY 4730. Missouri Jack. Guernsdale Jack Farm, Chas. Peterson, owner, 3 miles east of Chandler. Van Kirk's STALLIONS; also REG. JACK. 1300 Block N. 1st St Phone 2770. City of Phoenix this 13th day of March. 1915. GEORGE U. YOUNG, MAYOR. Attest: , FRANK THOMAS. CITY- CLERK. Date of first ptmli.iHwn: Apil X 1915. , , : ..,; SCHOOL CENSUS The school census for the fiscal year has recently been completed by Jas. A. Blakely who has made a thorough canvass of all the territory in District No. 3. He has compiled some interesting figures on the situ ation and to give one just a glance at the attendance rolls of the schools the various counts are given here with. Seven hundred and thirty-four children are enrolled, 367 girls and 367 boys. Four hundred and fifty six of this number are between the ages of eight and sixteen. Six hun dred and twenty of the total are at tending the public schools, six are in private schools and 108 are not at tending school. Five hundred and fifty-nine are native born and have native parents. 119 are native born with one parent foreign; 150 are na tive born with both parents foreign: six are foreign born. The report of the census taker is supposed to in clude the registration of every per son between the ages of six and twenty-one residing in School Dis trict No. 3 of this county. EASTER SERVICES Easter services were held at a num ber of the local churches yesterday. Special song serv ice was providsd and an unusually large attendance was reported. COMMITTEE NAMED TO SELL COTTON GIN At a called meeting, although an nounced as not a legal meeting, of the cotton growers of the Mesa Egyptian exchange a committee consisting of W. S. Dorman. W. L. Sirrine and E. G. Attaway was appointed to negotiate the I sale of the local gin and to report at a meeting regular called for next Satur day afternoon at the town hall. W. S. Dorman, president of the as rociation, in calling the meeting to or der, stated that the object of the call was to get an expression from the growers as to whether they desired to dispose of the gin or not at this time. The president stated that agents were in the field seeking to purchase a con trolling interest in the association by the purchase of a majority of the stock. W. L. Sirrine, in reply to the statement. CONTESTANTS TO TUCSON The representatives of the Mesa L'nion high school in singing in oratory will leave for Tucson Tuesday, where the interstate contest will be held. The representatives in oratory from Mesa will be William Crismon. first; Harold Longmore. alternate. Singing: Lavln Davis, first ; Capitola Truitt, alternate. NEW RESIDENCES Glenn Stapley of the O. S. Stapley &. Co. will, in a short time, comment the erection of a modern home on East First avenue on a lot recently pur chased from Ben Noble. Andrew Hous ton will soon commence the erection of a modern home on his ranch southwest of Mesa. The structure is to cnlin five rooms with a concrete foundation. VAUDEVILLE AT COLISEUM The Coliseum has arranged a vaude ville program for this evening. The two Hoyts, giving exhibitions of re volver shooting, roping, juggling and dancing, arrived in Mesa yesterday morning from Phoenix, where they have played a very successful engagement. IN JUVENILE COURT Jesse Murphy, charged with the shooting of Calvin Brown, will be ar raigned in the juvenile court before Judge Standord in Phoenix tods v. Cal vin Brown, the victim of the shooting, lies at the South Side hospital and is reported to be steadily convalescing. It is believed that he is practically out of danger from infection. Fairbanks-Morse Engines Schieren's Duxbak Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pumps, Etc ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPT CO. frd Arc. and Jackson "We Have the Stock" Pkoenti VISITORS TO DAM A party of Tempe young men left early yesterday morning in the Clark Brothers' Ford car, on a pleasure trip to the Roosevelt dam. They hoped to make the round trip in the one day. Members of the party were: Claude Clark at the wheel;- Ephriam Carlson. Jay Ellingsen, Andy Carmacle and Eugne Bishop. CONGREGATIONAL AID The Congregational church ladies aid society will meet Wednesday aft ernoon at the home of Mrs. O. C. Watson. CHRISTIAN CHURCH REVIVAL There was a splendid day at the Christian church in Tempe' yesterday when Pastor Rountree opened a two weeks' revival meeting, preaching three sermons during the day. At the morning service there was a fine attendance and three additions were made to the membership roll. A fine spirit of enthusiasm and interest in religion was -aroused and everybody is going to work to make the meet ing n real religious inspiration for Tempe. Tonightr Rev. Claude C. Jones of Phoenix who is to conduct the revival, will be in the pulpin for the first time. His subject will be "Biotherly Love." The meeting oyens at 7.45 o'clock. VISITING ENTOMOLOGIST I. R. Crawford, son of Ex-Senator Crawford of South Dakota, arrived in Tempe yesterday morning and will spend a few days at the local ento mological laboratory associating him self with the new work of the bureau in the west. Mr. Crawford is with the bureau of entomology service and comes to this division of the work to join the force at a new station which is soon to be opened in New Mexico for the summer. Several of the mem bers of the local force will transfer to the work there when it opens. WILDWOOO PRODUCTION A novel and unique entertainment, one quite new to a local audience and one that should attract wide atten tion, is "The Voices of the Wildwood," to be presented by the Sunday School of the Congregational church on Fri day evening April 16. There will be voices of wood nymphs, gypsies, fair ies, butterflies, owls, brownies and birds, all staged in the open air amid wild wood scenes. The location for the big open air stage on the church lawn ahs already been picked and practice on the novel production is well underway. The whole of the work is under the direction-of Mrs. John Murdock. PHOENIX DIRECTOR Automobiles - Garages -Accessories Arizona Motor Company, Inc. AUTOMOBILES Everything for the automobile carried in stock FIRST AND VAN BUREN STREETS BUICK 'W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agents". Garage and Salesrooms 313 North Central Avenue. . Phone 1450 MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horrell 521 N. Central. Phone 1223 Expert Service Men CAPITAL AUTO SUPPLY CO. Diamond Squeegee Tires ACCESSORIES U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE Everything But the Auto 517 N. Central Ave. Phone 1071 Payne andHrt Distributors Cor. Central Ave. nd Monroe Street FRANKLIN THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET TODAY GEO. KAGEMAN, Distributor for Anions Corner Second and Adams Streets FORD Motor Car 5-Passenger, $565. Runabout, $515 EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent 308-310 E. Adams St. Maricopa County Agent for Firestone Tires HUPMOBILE THQS. H. McKEVITT CO. Car of the American Family. Fred L. Wa-ugh Sales Manager. 25 N. 2nd St. Phone 1246. MASTER CARBURETORS CONGRESS TIRES Both Are Big Money Savers. The Beit in the World SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR CO. 306 North Centrsl Avenue MAXWELL r $850 F. O. B. Phoenix tray & Davis Starter O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO. B. Trent, Manageer. Automobile Repairing Goodyear Tires Auto Accessories 326-28-30 N. Central Phone 630 Huntsman-Hotchkiss Overland Co. . 227-229 North Center Phone 1916 FEDERAL TIRES REO Official A. A. A. Transcontinental Garage 108 North Second Avenue. Phone 1?81