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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1915
PAGE NINE
Chiropodist
CHIROPODY, corns removed pain
less and bloodless, 50c each; bunions,
moles, warts, etc., removed. 39 East
Adams. Frank Shirley. Phone 1704. tf
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
-Dressmaking
AM. KINKS OF DRESSMAKING.
K'T North 2nd street. Prices rea,son
iililc, bs
"INSTITl'TE of cutting and fitting,
evening class front 5 to 7 p. m. Dress
making, tai'or suits a specialty. 1st
avenue and Adams St. Phone 1S44.
ver JlcKoe's Cash Store. gs
COMPETENT
l'horie M.",7.
DRESSMAKER
6-m
WE TEACH SKWIXG, bring your
material. American College Dressmak
ing, Room 12, Monihon Bldg. tf
Hand Laundry
SANITARY HAND LAUNDRY,
washing and Ironing, all hand work;
each bundle washed separately. Pnone
3340. 502 W. Adams. tf
GRADUATE MESSAGE
SCIENTIFIC body and facial mes
sages. Crcdoiiia M. Hundley. 423 W.
Jefft-rson. 5-dn
Messenger Service
HASTY MESSENGER SERVICE
770 PARCEL DELIVERY 770
OPEN ALL NIGHT
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WK DKLIVi:ta TO ALL PARTS
OK Ti I K CITY BY RELIABLE
MESSENGER BOYS. RING 414. tf
Maternity
MATERNITY CASES
TAKEN IN QUIET HOME by gradu
ate curse. J15 per week. PHONE 24S1.
4-dg
Osteopath
DR. A. C. GRAVES Osteopathic
phsician mi surgeon, over McKee's
1st Ave. and Adams St. Phone 1935. tf
Restaurant
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
GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT
The best in Eatables
21-23 East Adams St.
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AMERICAN KITCHEN
Regular Meals 35 cents
Short orders all night
3 a-North Center St.
Yee Sing. Prop.
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Tractors & Cultivators
SEE THE UN I VERS AL TRACTOR
at Cieaveland ranch. It plants, culti
vates, mows and rakes. Price J4;"0 de
livered any Arizona R. R. station, in
cluding 2 cultivators. .Agents wanted
through the etate. R. F. D. No. 5.
Phone 117R4. tf
Patronize the man who
thinks enough of his
stallion to advertise
him
DIRECTLY 2:0314: LOU KINNEY,
No. 4T565. New State Corral.
MISSOURI CHIEF Reg. Jack. 5 years
old. H. Renaud, Alhambra. Phone
-4J4. 4-dp
SYLVIO reg. blk. Percheron, w't
200: BILLY BRATTON, bay trotter,
wt. 1300; DEL NORTE, blk. running
horse, wt. 1050; either horse $10 cash
for season. J. p. Lee. 115 E. Buchanan,
Phone 2498. .
SI NO, black registered Percheron, 6
years old. weight 2000, J15 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 6171S. blk. Percheron stal
lion, wt. 1900. ANDREW JACKSON,
Mo. Jack. M. B. Brooks, Yuma Road.
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Van Kirk s STALLIONS; also REG.
JACK. 1300 Block N. 1st St Phone
2770. '
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Transfer and Storage
PIANO 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
LET YOUR MOVE BE OUR MOVE
CHAMBERS TRANSFER CO. PHONE
1228. 18 South Central Ave. tf
Typewriters
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS
sold, exchanged, rented, repaired, new,
rebuilt. Underwood Typewriter Co.
Hit North Second Ave. 6-k
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 th Avenue. tf
Undertaking and Embalming
THE GEO. F MERRYMAN CO.
Embalmers and Funeral Directors. 124
N. Second Ave. Phone 651. tf
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 & McLcl
lan; lady assistant, auto hearse. 329
West Adams St.. Phone 601. tf
Veterinary Surgeons
DR. II. E. GERDES, veterinary, phy
sician, surgeon, dentist. Phone 1452.
308 N. 1 Ave. 4-ge
Vulcanizing
TIRE HOSPITAL OF PHOENIX
Vulcan'zing and welding dona
promptly and guaranteed. Out of town
work solicited. Arizona Vulcanizing
Works. 207 W. Washington. Phone 626.
ORDINANCE NO. 43.
An ordinance presckung regulations
for the maintenance and operation
of places in the City wherein live
stock is kept, prescribing rules
for the prevention of the breeding
of flies and the carrying and
spread of disease, and prescribing
rules for public sanitation and to
promote public health.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM
MISSION OF THE CITY OF
PHOENIX, as follows:
Section 1. For the purpose and
within the meaning of this ordin
ance, a public corral shall be, and
is hereby, defined as any inclosure,
corral, lot or place, other than a
stable, where horses, mules, asses,
cattle, siieep, goats, swine, poultry
or other livestock are kept or main
tained for hire or compensation or
are afforded for rent or sale to the
public; and the word "stable" shall
be and is hereby defined as any
building or portion thereof used for
the housing of any horses, mules,
asses, tattle, sheep, goats, swine,
poultry or other livestock.
Sec, 2. No owner, tenant or oc
cupant of any premises within the
city of Phoenix shall hereafter erect
or construct thereon any barn, stable
or corraL within the City of phoenix,
whether public or private, within
twenty feet of any bedroom or room
or place used for sleeping purposes,
or of any door or window of any
dining room, lunch counter or lunch
room, within the City of Phoenix, un
less and until the said premises so
used for the keeping of such animals
and livestock shall be securely
screened or shut off from the view
of such bed room, dining room, lunch
counter or lunch room by a solid
and substantial wall of sufficient
height and thickness to prevent per
sons occupying or using such bed
room, diningroom, lunch counter or
lunch room from being annoyed by
the view of or the odors arising
from such premises so occupied and
used for the keeping of such animals
ami livestock. .
Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of
every person owning, controlling,
operating or having in charge any
public or private corral, stable, barn,
or place where horses, mules, asses,
cattle, sheep, goats, swine, poultry or
other livestock are kept to have and
maintain at all times upon the prem
ises in or adjacent to such corral,
stable, barn, or place a receptacle of
sufficient dimensions, which shall b
fly-tight, for the purpose of contain
ing the . dropping of manure from
such stock, which said receptacle shall
have a top or lid so arranged and
maintained as to be fly-tight and to
exclude therefrom all flies; and such
owner, tenant or occupant shall
promptly deposit therein all drop
pings from such stock, and shaH keep
the lid thereof closed (except when
necessarily open for the purpose of.
deiositing thereon or remove there-'
from) in such manner as to prevent
the ingress and egress of flies
thereto and " therefrom, and every
such owner, tenant and occupant
within the City of Phoenix sha'l
cause the contents of such receptacle
to be removed from the premises at
least once a week, and oftener if
required by the city health officer;
and no such manure shall be trans
ported over or along any public street
or way within the City of Phoenix
except in a tight vehicle, which. If
not inclosed, must be covered with
canvas or other suitable material, so
as to prevent the falling of the man
ure therefrom and the access of flies
thereto.
Sec. 4. No owner, tenant or oc
cupant of any premises within the
City of Phoenix shall suffer, permit
or have upon such premises anjj
privy, vault, cesspool, pit or like
place, animal manure, garbage, traeh,
litter, rags or other thing in, which
flies may breed or multiply, unless
the same shall be protected as to
prevent the attraction and the breed
ing and multiplying of flies.
Sec. 5. Every owner, tenant and
occupant of any premises within the
City of Phoenix, in or upon which
are kept any horses mules, asses,
cattle, sheep, goats, swine, poultry or
other livestock or in or upon which
there is any privy, vault, cesspool or
place which is or may become nox
ious or offensive to the senses, shall
at all times keep and maintain such
premises so covered, inclosed, protec
ted, cleaned, drained and disinfected
that no offensive or noxious gases
or odors may or shall arise there
from. And any such premises which are
not at all times kept and maintained
so covered, closed, protected, cleaned,
drained and disinfected as to prevent
any and all offensive and noxious
gases and odors arising therefrom, or
which are allowed or suffered to be
come a Breeding place for flies and
insects, or to become offensive or
obnoxious to the residents in the
immediate neighborhood, and hereby
declared to be nuisances and subject
to summary abatement; and in ad
dition to such abatement, the person
or persons in charge or control there
of, or responsible therefor, shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor and pun
ishable as hereinafter provided.
Sec. 6. Each person, firm, associa
tion and corporation that shajl vio
late, or fail to comply with the pro
visions of this ordinance shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon
conviction thereof shall be punish
ed by a fine of not less than five
dollars nor more than fifty dollars
for each offense, and each day or
portion thereof during which such
violation or failure continue shall be
deemed, and is hereby declared to
be, a separate offense within the
purview of this ordinance.
Sec. 7. Any person, firm, associa
tion or corporation occupying, own
ing, controlling or having in charge
my premises within the city which
are used or occupied for the rais
ing of a garden, grass, flowers, trees
or shrubbery may use therein or
thereon animal manure and other fer
tilizer, provided, that no more than
two loads of animal manure or fer
tilizer shall be piled or stored upon
such premises at any one place or
time, and that no such manure or
fertilizer shall be piled or stored
within one hundred feet of any house
or place used for dwelling, or of
any dining room, lunch room or lunch
counter, and that the same when so
used or piled shall be safeguarded
against the breding and multiplica
tion of flies therein.
Sec. 8. AH ordinances and parts
of ordinances in conflict with the
rovisions of this ordinance are
hereby repealed; and this ordinance
shall be in full force and effect from
and after the thirtieth day of June
1915, and shall be published" as re
quired by the City Charter.
PASSED BY THE COMMISSION
of the City of Phoenix this 26th day
of April. 1915.
APPROVED this 26th day of April,'
1915.
GEO. U. YOUNG,
Mayor.
Attest: FRANK THOMAS.
City Clerk.
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PROPOSAL FOR TEXTBOOKS
Sealed proposals for textbooks for
the common schools of Arizona for
a period of five years, and for a
period of from one to five years will
be received at the office of the State
Department of Education until 12
o'clock noon of May 21st, 1915, and
will be opened immediately there
after. Proposals must be directed to
C. O. Case, Secretary of the State
Board of Education, and be endorsed
"Proposals for Textbooks." A certi
fied check for $500.00 must accom
pany each bid.
Bids are invited for textbooks to
cover all the common school subjects,
viz: Reading, Spelling, Arithmetic.
Geography, Physiology, Language and
Grammar. History, Writing, Drawing,
Music Dictionary, Household Arts,
Manual Training, and Agriculture.
Sample copies of the books bid
upon must be filed with the State
Department of Education btfore bids
are opened.
Successful bidders will be required
to enter Into contracts and give
bonds in sufficient amounts to in
demnify the State in case of any de
linquency. Bids must state a wholesale Intro
ductory and exchange price on books
offered and all bidders must submit
bids under each of the following con
ditions of delivery:
(a) A bid, naming price per book,
delivered, freight prepaid to any rail
road station in Arizona as directed
by properly authorized state officials
and consigned to County School Su
perintendents, shipments to be in
units of not less than 100 pounds.
(b) A bid same as (a) F. O. B.
Phoenix
(c) ,A bid same as (a) F. O. B.
publisher's shipping points.
(d) A bid per book F. O. B. cars
at a central depot, Chicago. Books
to be packed and labelled as ordered
by properly authorized state officials.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids or parts of
bids.
C. O. Case
Secretary State Board of Education.
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IN CONFORMITY to the provisions
of law. Notice is hereby given that
the City Commission of the City
of Phoenix, Arizona, will meet at
the usual place of holding metings,
ot the City Hall in the said City of
Phoenix, on Monday, the 10th day of
May. 1915, at the hour of 10 A. M.,
and then and there sit as a Board
of Equalization for the city taxes
for the year 1915-16 and will con
tinue in session from day to day for
a period of twenty days.
Any person Interested in any prop
erty listed for taxation upon the
city assesment roll for the year 1915
16, prepared by the City Assessor and
filed with the City Commission, and
desiring such assessment as to such
property, to be corrected, modified,
stricken, reduced or raised, may ap
pear before the said .Commission at
such time and place and , show cause
if .any he have why such change
should be made.
ROBT. A. CRAIG,
City Manager.
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A AVont Ad will see
more customers than you can.
SOUTH SIDE NEWS
,, ., HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR, GENERAL SOUTHSIDE AGENT
' v 1 Refer to him Subscription Orders Stops, Changes, as well as all Buai- f
. ness regarding Advertising and Job Printing m
TEMPE OFFICE MESA OFFICE
Casa Loma Hotel Bldg., Phone 53, With Everybody's Drug Store, Phone 6 or 55
Tempo Correspondent, H. B. Griffen, Jr. Mesa Correspondent Chas. F. Jones
TEMPE NEWS NOTES
T. H. S. BASEBALLERS
GUESTS AT BANQUET
State Championship Team Royally En
tertained at Dr. B. B. Moeur Resi
dence Last Evening
As a fitting climax to the most suc
cessful season Tempe high school's
basebalr team ever put in, the players
were banqueted by First Baseman John
Moeur and Manager Sidney B. Moeur,
at the home of the former on East Sev
enth street last evening. The occasion
was one long to be remembered, it
marked the last social event of the
school year, it brought together the
players for the last time and last of
what might be termed a series of re
ceptionsin their honor, and it marked
the close of a season w;herein the team
won ten ouLof eleven games played.
There was a reason for making merry;
Plates at the banquet were laid for
these members of the ball team: Robert
Finch, George Hegi, Earnest Hegi, Earl
Brooks. Leo Buck, Moffitt Dean, Earn
est Pafford. Julius Bush, Clyde Sandoz
and , Captain Finn Harris. Other
guests were Professors Rowe, Jennings,
Mullen and Bragg of the high school
faculty, Kelly Moeur, Lloyd Ozanne and
Ct. B. B. Moeur.
The hosts acquitted themselves in
great style in entertaining and made
good in every respect their offer made
at Tucson during University week, that
they would entertain if the Tempests
won the championship. Assisting the
hosts were Miss Zella Austin, Miss
Marion Cock and Miss Vyvyan Moeur,
the young lady contests in events of
University week, and Mrs. B. B. Moeur.
Tempe high's baseball team made an
enviable record the past season in win
ning its ten out of eleven games. Gras
si of Glendale registered the only vic
tory against them.
Dr. R. J. Hight, graduate veterinar
ian, at Buck's Livery. Tempe. (Adv.)
tf
"DAVID HARUM" TONIGHT
The Ed. Redmond company will close
its engagement in the valley with the
presentation of "David Harum" at the
Goodwin opera house in Tempe this
evening. The success of its play last
evening, "In the Bihop's Carriage",
warranted a second production and Mr.
Redmond has chosen his best play to
close a most successful run of nearly
six months in this section of Arizona.
PARENTS DAY
Possibly as many as two hundred
parents and pupils took occasion to
view the exhibits and hear the pro
gram, at Parents Day as observed by
the seventh and eighth grades of the
grammar school yesterday afternoon.
Some splendid exhibits of notebook
work, papers, maps, drawings and a
variety of other work, results of the
regular school studies, were viewed by
the visitors. The program was another
interesting event and attracted an au
dience tha; filled almost to capacity,
the high school auditorium. Five
scenes from "The Lady of the Lake"
were given. Several musical numbers
were rendered, and the program closed
with a debate.
AT THE HOTEL
Casa Loma: D. L. Hughes, Phoenix;
F. H. Jones, Chandler; Y. B. Mimist;
Mrs.' Marks; L. M. Southworth; O. O.
Reynolds, Riverside, California; Eduard
Lecton, rhoenix; William Barlove;
Walter Shultz. Mesa; Mr. and Mrs. E.
A. Shultz; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Redmond:
Mr. and Mis. Metcalfe and baby; Ed
die Mitchell and wife; Ben Erway;
Carl Bruce and wife.
HIS TEMPE TRADE
George E. Kellogg, the exchange
manager for the Tempe and Mesa dis
trict of the Mountain States Telephone
company, was here yesterday from his
Mesa headquarters.
WILL VISIT DAM
Quite a party of Tempe people are
planning on visiting the Roosevelt
dam todav and tomorrow. Numbering
among those who intend to make the
trip are C. G. Jones and family. Dr. and
Mrs. W. G. Devore, Mr. and Mrs. How
ard Brown, Sidney B. Moeur, L. E. Pa-
foid and family, W. H. Wilbur and F.
J. Peck. ,
PLEASANT DANCE
The Wall Flower Club of the Normal
gave its c'.osing dance of the school
year. at the gymnasium last evening.
Nearly a hundred couple were guests
at the affair and spent a most pleas
ant evening. The splendid .music by
the Tempe orchestra was a notable
feature of the occasion.
HOME FROM YUMA
Fred J. Joyce of the New York Mu
tual Life Insurance company returned
yesterday morning from a short busi
ness trip to Yuma and the adjoining
territory.
WILL JOIN HUSBAND
Mrs. Will Hileman and small, child
left last evening for Silver City, New
Mexico, where Mr. Hileman is now lo
cated. BACK TO THE VALLEY
Edwin Cummings returned yesterday
morning from Date Creek where he has
been employed for some months on the
Frank Fogal ranch. ' . 4MTp
PRESIDENT IN PHOENIX
A. J. Matthews of the Tempe Normal
was a visitor in Phoenix yesterday at-
For Rent
Pool room, confectionery
store, restaurant. All
fully furnished
W. J. Kingsbury,
Tempe, Ariz.
GASOLINE
18c THE GALLON
Golorado Ffuit &
Produce Co.
Tempe, Ariz.
Opposite I0.
ED REDMOND COM
PANY In
"DAVID HARUM"
Goodwin Opera House
Tempe
" TONIGHT
2.3c, 35c and o0c
Reserve your seats today
at AYeHs-Faro Office.
tending to matters at the capital. The
items of the appropriation bill as being
compiled by the legislature, is a mat
ter of no small importance to the nor
mal school just now.
SLOW DOWN SIGNS
The campus of the Tempe Normal
has been decorated at each driveway
entrance with a neat little sign post
"State Normal, slow ' down to four
miles." Similar signs decorate each
approach to the state highway bridge,
but the effect their message has on the
speeding motorists is little noticed. The
small stretch of driveway on the nor
mal campus is one of the few very
smooth pieces of road in Tempe and
the joy it affords to the autoist will
possibly be greatly marred by the four
mile speed limit notices.
MESA NEWS NOTES
MONEY FOR FARM IS
ASKED BY MESA MEN
Believing that the house appropria
tion bill will not include a sum suf
ficient to maintain the experimental
farm purchased near this place i:
year ago, the Commercial club passed
a resolution which was carried to the
legislature yesterday by Secretary
Robertson. The following is the
resolution.
Resolution
At a meeting of the Mesa Com
mercial club, held May 6. 1915, the
following resolution was adopted by
unanimous vote:
WHEREAS, The state of Arizona
appropriated the sum of $30,000 and
a number ot tne business men oi
Mesa and vicinity contributed $3,700
for the purchase of lands for an ex
perimental farm, located on the state
highway betvfen Mesa and Tempe,
and
WHEREAS, The said experimental
farm was purchased with the under
standing on the part of those who
contributed the said sum of $3,700
that the state of Arizona would make
the necessary appropriation for the
improvement and maintenance of
said farm, and
WHEREAS, It is understood that
no such appropriation has been pro
vided by the second session of the
second Arizona state legislature;
therefore.
BE IT RESOLVED, By the Mesa
Commercial club, at its regular
meeting, held this 6th day of May,
1915, that it is incumbent upon the
said Arizona state legislature to pro
vide for such improvement and,
maintenance of the said experimental
far at this session of the said legis
lature, and that we earnestly pray
for such legislation.
(Signed) H. Q. ROBERTSON,
Secretary Mesa Commercial Club.
Tht committee appointed at a re
cent meeting of the club relative to
ihe holding of a county fair at Mesa
reported that Supervisors Mouer arid
Peterson were willing to contribute
$500 toward meeting the expenses but
that Supervisor Luke was averse to
the plan. The holding of the fair
at Mesa has the endorsement of the
farmers' institute and the 'event will
be held here some time during July,
the date to be announced in the near
future.
CROWDS AT DEBATE
INCREASING NIGHTLY
That the Maricopa Stake taber
nacle is entirely too small, even
though it has a capacity of 1200,
to seat the increasing crowds night
ly who are coming from points
throughout the entire Salt River val
ley to hear the debate going on bet
ween speakers for the Church of
Christ and the Latter Day Saints.
Last night was no deviation from
the standing room only sign which
was evident early in the evening.
The last arrivals were compelled to
stand without the building and oc
casionally get a peek at the speakers
i through the raised windows or
through . the open door. The stair
ways leading to the balcony were
crowded and the entrance to the
doorway was jammtd with eager
listeners. Those anxious to hear
the speakers to the best advantage
have formed the habit of going early
and as a rule the building is filled
long before the time for the speak
ing to commence. It is possible that
the speaking may be changed to the
Vance auditorium where the capacity
is much greater. The only obstacle
is that the auditorium is not suitable
for the speakers on account of the
acoustic properties of the building.
However, at the present rate of in
crease something will have to be
done.
Last night the subject changed. El
der Roberts representing the Church
of Christ, taking the negative, while
Elder Robinson, representing the Lat
ter Day Saints, had the affirmative
side of the proposition. The subject
discussed was:
Resolved, That the Church of
Jesus Christ, of Latter Day Saints
is identical with the primitive Church
of Christ, as shown by the New Tes
tament, in organization, doctrine.
faith and practice and is therefore
the Church of Jesus Christ." The
same subject will be discussed again
tonight commencing at 8 o'clock.
TAKEN TO HOSPITAL
Mrs. Nate Hart was taken to the
South Side hospital yesterday for the
purpose of undergoing an operation.
ANNUAL BAPTIST PICNIC
The annual Baptist picnic will be
held today. The members of the
church and Sunday school who ex
pect to go on the picnic jvill meet
at the church at 9:30 o'clock, when a
hayrack will be provided to carry all
those who do not have means of
conveyances, to the picnic grounds.
DISMISSED FROM HOSPITAL
Mrs. C. Rogers, who has been in
the South Side hospital for the past
several days, was permitted yester
day to return to her home.
MEASLES SUBSIDING
The several cases of measles which
were reported last week are being
kept under quarantine and the fur
ther spread of the spidemic is said
to have ceased.
- MACHINERY HAS ARRIVED
The machinery for the Purity Bot
tling Works, to be operated under the
proprietorship of G. C. Suggs, has
arrived and is being installed. As
soon as the bottles arrive the manu
facture of soda water will commence.
SENIOR PLAY. A SUCCESS
The senior play, "The Scarecrow,"
was given at the Mesa opera house
Fairbanks-SViorse Engines
Bchieren's Duxbak Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Pump3, Etc
ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPY CO
Ird Ave. and Jackaon "We Have the Stock" Phots!
PHOENIX DIRECTORY
Automobiles - Garages -Accessories
Arizona Motor
Company, Inc.
UICK
W. W. CATLIN COMPANY, State Agents.
Garage and Salesrooms
313 North Central Avenue. Phone 1450
CAPITAL
AUTO SUPPLY CO.
FRANKLIN
FORD Motor Car
HUPMORILE
MASTER CARBURETORS
CONGRESS TIRES
last night to a very appreciative aud
ience. However, on account of tin
debate being held at the tabernacle
the crowd was not ' so large as
it should have been, for the attrac
tion was one of merit and deserving
of liberal patronage. Each of the
members of the cast acquitted them
selves in a very creditable manner,
showing much careful training on
the part of the director.
FIRST WARD PICNIC
The First Ward primary will
joy a picnic today at the north
school building. The picnickers
en
side will
meet at the First Ward chapel at 10
'cloek and proceed from there to
the place of holding the picnic,
basket dinner will be enjoyed
A
at
j noon.
DR. DOUGLAS HERE
Dr. Douglas, teacher of astronomy
and geology in the state university,
and also the man who . installed
the telescope at Flagstaff, was a
Mesa visitor yesterday.
METHODIST PICNIC
The Methodist Sunday school
pic
last the
The
will
this
nic which was to have been held
Saturday will be held today at
Frankenburg lane west of Mesa,
members of the Sunday school
meet at the church at 10 o'clock
morning where conveyances will
be
provided. A basket dinner will be
served and all members of the Sun
day school are invited to be present.
LEFT FOR GLOBE
Chas. M. Johnson, of the Johnson -Pearce
Commission company. left
yesterday for Globe and Miami on a
business trip connected with his
firm.
DEPARTMENT OF 1'HE INTER
IOR, UNITED STATES RECLAMA
TION SERVICE.
Washington, D. C. April 21, 1913.
ADVERTISEMENT
Sealed proposals will be received
at the office of the United States
Reclamation Service until 2:00 o'clock
P. M., May 15t'n, 1915, for leasing
twenty-four 2 1-2 acre tracts of land
at or near Roosevelt, Arizona, to be
used for hotels, cottages, club houses
temporary residences or camp sites'.
Contracts will be entered into wit It
the highest bidders for the period,
of one to five years, and such con
tracts will be subject to the rules
and regulations of the United States
Releamotion Service. the United
States Forest Service, and to the
laws of the State of Arizona.
For particulars address the Project
Manager. IT. S. Reclamation Service,
rhoenix, Arizona.
A. P. DAVIS,
Director and Chief Engineer.
o
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A Want Ad will see
more customers than you can.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Phoenix, Arizona.
May 8th. 1915.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be re
ceived at ti.e office of the City Clerk,
City Hall, Phoenix, Arizona, until 10:00
o'clock A. M., 'May 17th. 1915, for the
following material, delivered at such
time, at such places and in such quan
tities as the City Manager may re
quire in the C'ty of Phoenix. Arizona.
700 ft. -.7 inch class "B" bell and
spigot water pipe.
212" x 6" C. I. tees.
212" x 6" C. L. reducers.
312"
2 10"
3 8"
312"
i la
in o ft.
x 12" x 6" x 6" crosses,
plugs.
C. I. sleeves.
8" C. I. water pipe Clnas ' B"
ROBERT A. CRAIG.
City Manager.
AUTOMOBILES Everything for the
automobile carried in stock
FIRST AND VAN BUREN STREETS
MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horrell
521 N. Central. Phone 1223
Expert Service Men
ACCESSORIES
U. S. TIRES, OILS. GREASE
Everything But the Auto
517 N. Central Ave. Phone 1071
THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET
TODAY
GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Arizona
Corner Second and Adams Streets
5-Passenger, $565. Runabout, $515
EDWARD RUDOLPH, Agent
308-310 E. Adama St.
Maricopa County Agent for Firestone
Tires
THOS. H. McKEVITT CO.
Car of the American Family.
Fred L. Waugh Sales Manager.
25 N. 2nd St. Phone 1246.
Both Are Big Money Savers.
The Best in the World
SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR CO.
306 North Central Avenue
Huntsman-Hotchkiss
Overland Co.
227-229 North Center
Phone 1916
FEDERAL
TIRES
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