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T1IE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, .MONDAY MORXIXfJ, MAY 31, 1915
PAGE SEVEN
Undertaking and Embalming
TUB CEO. F MKRRYMAN CO.
Kmlwlmers and Funeral Directors. 12
NT. Second Ave. Fhone 651. tf
K AST E RLI NT. & WHITN EY- Un
dertakers and Emlialmers. 213 West
Washington St.. riioenix. Arizona, tf
M UIN," DRIS 'OLL&-MAUS-Un"-dertaker.
embalmers and funeral di
rectors, 311 N. 1st Ave. tf
I N ii:UTTKi:RS Moore & McLl
ln; lady assistant, auto hearse: 329
West Adams St.. Phone C01. tf
Vulcanizing
TIRK HOSPITAI, OF PHOENIX
Vuloan'zini? and welding dune
rromptlv and guaranteed. Out of town
work solicited. Arizona Vulcanizing
Works. 207 w. Washington. Phone 2.
Patronize the man who
thinks enough of his
stallion to advertise
him
TO FILM VISIT
(Continued from pace One)
pany and others. The visitors will he
met on their arrival in Phoenix and
taken on an atuomohile trip north to
the Indian school and the northern
lait of tile valley, returning to the
Adams liotei for luncheon before leav
ing at 12:3'l for the Roosevelt dam.
'J he party will spend the night at
Roosevelt, returning to I'hoenix the
next liny via "handler, where lunch
will be served at the San Marcos. The
party will leave I'hocnix at 6 o'clock
in the owning of Ji:ne C to inspect the
project at Yuma.
Members of the party who will ar
rive next Saturday are: Hon. John J.
Fitzgerald o' New York, chairman of
the eonimittee on appropriations; Hon.
V. P. norland of Missouri, lion. J. W.
Itrun, of Tennessee. Hon. ". It. lavis
ot Minnesota. Hon. Frederick H. Cil
lette of Massachusetts, Hon. James W.
Oood of Iowa. Hon. Frank W. Mondeil
MKMP.Klf OF PARTY
COMING SATURDAY
DIRECTLY 2:03. LOU KINNEY,
No. 4765. New state CorraL
SYLVIO red. blk. Percheron, Wt
rooit; BILLY BRATTON, hay trotter,
wt. 130.1; DEL NORTE, blk. running
horse, wt. li-,n; either horse 310 casil
for ojson. J. F. Lee, 115 E. lluchanan.
PhoTie 249S.
Si NO, black registered Percheron. 6
years old. weight soon, $15 to insure.
Itartlett-Heard I.and and Cattle com-I-any.
Call 92 ask for 27J1. Joseph
I.oell. manager. tf
COLBERT, black imported French
Percheron Stallion, wt. 2100. P. T. Hur
ley. Huckeye Ifoad. tf
Vn Kirk s STALi-iONS; also REG.
JACK. 1300 Block N. 1st St Phone
1770.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Kills are asked for on the con
M ruction of a railioad Thirty-Kight
miles in length from the railroad
t ;iki l:end south to a point near
Ajo. All bids to be in the offiec
of the General Manager, Mr. John
". :reenuay, at Warren, by noon,
June Inth.
Plans, profiles and specifications
can be bad by applying to 11. il.
.! ne;-. Chief Engineer. ;ila Tieiid. Ari
mh:, on and after May :Mth. l'.Ui.
T!ie right is reserved to reject any
ami all bids.
-o-
llire a little salesman at The Re
liiildiean office. A Want Ad will tsoe
inoi customers than you can.
RAILROAD BRIDGE CONTRACTORS
NOTICE
information
or -r
ss. "v-
v 1
OFFICERS GATGH
SLIPPERY GANG
Last of Outfit Who Have
Ko')u'l Numerous .HoUSl'S
anl Stoics JJomuled V
Yesterday by Sheriff
Adams and Deputies
0UTH SIDE NEW
HORACE B. GRIFFEN, JR, GENERAL SOUTHSIDE AGENT
Refer to him Subscription Orders Stops, Changes, as well as all Busi
ness regarding Advertising and Job Printing
TEMPE OFFICE M ESA OFFIck
Casa Loma Hotel Bldg., Phone 53. With Everybody's Drug Store, Phone 6 or 55
Tempe Correspondent, H. B. Griffen, Jr.
I
tlie f 4"-
il
TEMPE NEWS NOTES
on
appre-several
Frederick H. Gillette.
of Wyoming. Hon. James McAndrews
of Illinois, lion. ( ;. W. Ranch of Indi
an:!, lion. Su;i?rr Sherley of KeiitiieVy
and Hon. Thomas F. Sisson of Missis
sipjii. members of the committee;
James ". "iirtH clerk; M. ". Shields,
assistant clerk; II. P. Weaver, S'tenog
mphcr: K. F. Ilea. ierk. A. P. Davis,
chairman of the reclamation commis
sion: Judge Will I. King, chief coun
sel; w. A. Ryan, eoniptudlrr: Sidney
P. Williamson, chief of construction;
and K. .. ("lark and J. I.. Clancy, clerks.
"Hie committee's visit to the west is
bci-.-.g mad" at the instigation of Sec
ret:;: y Franklin K. I.ane of the inter
ior, vtlai if! desirous that the members
of I be house be show n the great Irri
gation projects. Tiie party will come to
Phoi r. ix frtn an inxpection of the Klr
ih tr.t Putte nroject near I,as Cruces.
-o
lor the information of railroad
bridge contractors, the Tucson, Cor- i
tiell.( .md (Til.! I..n,l T?:iiIr,Mjl ri r r ! ' ' S
wishes to advise that under the plan)
of proposal entering the construction!
of its line from Oila. Arizona, to Ajo, 1
Arizona, a distam et of approximately i
forty-two 112) miles, it is arranged
ili.st the bridge contractors can bid di- j
re- t t. the railroad company on the
trestle and culvert portion of this work.
Pi t'is and specifications covering same
will y ready for examination at Gila
Pend fter the 24th instant, upon ap
plication to the undersigned. AH bids
tnuct be in by June 10th. i
K. H. JONES, '
Chief Engineer. '
MOOSE MOTORCYCLE
f Continued from Page ( me)
est in the elimination yesterday. For
Perrv is the stuff that two-wheeler
heroes are made of, and in this race,
is riding a machine that has not only
,'cn its excessive speed, but has
r.p in longer races than
stood
-o-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Kaate of John M'N'augliton, de
feated. Xoiii-e is hereby gi'en by
lio- milersigno.l administrator of the
esi.-te of John McXaughtoii, de-eas'-l,
to the creditors of and all
rrons having c!aiuis against the
raid diseased, to ehibit them, with i
He lv'eossary xoiahers. within ten
longer
will be run today. Oddly enough,
this same motor was in the possession
of J. e Wolters. when the latter was
riding for the Kxcclsior people last
year.
Xet to perry, the man most to lie
feared on account of his motor speed
is Martin Craves, rider of a new
eight-valve Indian. His mo :nt is
unpioven. for it has never been in a
race before, but Graves is a crack,
who has held his own with the best
in the game.
Frank Montgomery, riding a ported
Kxcclsior. is not to be forgotten when
making up a mess of dope. He ha:;
got by without much attention chief
ly because he has not come heralded
with the backing of ibe factory, but
parflv because his mount looks like
a gi en se
not It'iil al! t!;e
using todav. ni
hir.l in praeti"e.
Joe Wolters
d'T.geroiis ir.an
iver"d wre -k. M nty has
'..f e.. iprie 't be intends
o !;;:; fallen be-
With the arrest of R. K. Hrooks in
Hayden, the sheriffs office succeeded
in rounding up the last of a gang, who
are thought to have burglarized more
stores and houses, than has been the
luck of any similar organization in
some time.
The gang, ivhco official head and
brains, was James Wilson, and whoso
membership in addition to Brooks, was
Clarence Butler, a negro and Ed Iep
kla, had for some time, been rambling
around the valley, and helping them
selves to whatever came handy.
The first complaint that Sherif
Ad;, ins received, was from Mr. White,
in charge of the warehouse at the south
end of the Tempe bridge. He had been
divorced from a large (piantity of ce
ment in bags. Sheriff Adams went to
the Kcene of the depredations and
picked up tracks, coming totvards l'lloe
nix. and with some clever trailing suc
ceeded in finding t!;e wagon loaded
Willi the stolen goods near by. Wilson
and I.epkla were there, and were ar
rested. It was a simple matter to iden
tify the wagon and team, as the outfit
used was drawn by a mule and a horse,
and both had been newly shod.
They confessed to this and a num
ber of ntlier.rimu;, and implicated But
ler and Brooks as accomplices.
Yesterday Wilson accompanied Sher
iff Adams around the valley and point
ed out places which they had entered
and robbed. They utole a dressed hog
;n Tempe, entered Teeters store at the
same place and secured a Winchester
rifle. Broke into another store there
and secured a quantity of merchandise.
Broke into Ion Harmon's house south
of Tempe, raided a tent between Mesa
and Tempe. and took everything move
able except a washing machine, and
expressed the wish that they had taken
that too.
Brooks was accompanied by his fam
ily when arrested yesterday,
Wilson and Butler were partners in
another escapade some time ago, which
landed them behind the bars for fin
(lavs. They M re employed by a local i -I
railroad company, in cleaning off brick
taken from a building being t un down.
AT HOME
TO m?Mi SENIORS 3
green -cabbage were thrown
stage as expressions of the
(iation of the admirers of th
performers. I
. ' roiiowiug ine pi;; locic nun p.
! general reception and the serving of
J delicious refreshments, during which
! music was rendered by the orchestra.
All told, this was oen of the very best
of mauv delightful receptions that
ions juniors
have given.
MESA NEWS NOTES
of the Tempe
COUNTY FAIR AT IV1ESA
AIDED BY SDPERUiSORS
Present Burlesque on Senior Play
and Create Untold Mirth Best
Reception in History of
Normal
What is conceded
know to bo the very
bit cresting recent ion.
I Jur.ii r c lass of the
b
those thai
lust and most
given by Die
Tempe Normal
seht.ol to the members of the Senior
class, va held Saturday night v.-l.en
members of the class of BUT, ,v. rc-
! HOME FROM TUCSON
) Miss Delia Austin returned yes-
terday from Tucson, where for the
. nast .school term she has been teach-
ing in the graded schools. Miss Aus-j
tin will spend the summer with her
Judge and Mrs. C. O. Aus- ;
will return in the fall to;
i Co-operation of Farmers and Busi-
. i
I
Men Is Nov Earnestly
Requested
parents,
tin. and
Tucson.
BACK
Charles H.
the members of the class of BUT. ,v.-.c- from Missouri
the guests of the class of BH'i. Ureal"- weeks or more visitin
j ing ;.v.ii- fiom previous custom, the at bis old home.
Junior:; this ve.ir introducid an in-'
no-at ion that proved "Si evt ionVly
I pleasant, and ei.t'-rtaiiicd Tie Seniors
oii tae lawn if the b --; il -,il Xoimi!
campus. Not a member of cither
class was absent and the receptii.n
j 'va:; ia every respect a brilliant iht.
J The evening's program proved to
i be so interesting that time literally
flew.
During the assembling of the hosts
. rind guests the Tempe orchestra ren
' dered several numbers ill a most
excellent manner and prepared the
way for the splendid program which
followed. A pesno solo by Miss Alice
I Knight was so beaut i f idly rendered
that she received voluminous ap-
FROM EAST
Prather has returned
where he spent some
his parents
OFF TO TUCSON
1 Mrs. Charles If. Prather has gone
to Tucson to be present at the an
nual convention of the state organi
zation of the Christian Women's
i Board of Missions, of which she is
stale secretary. The society is in
convention with the Arizona Christian
i Missionary Society, which convened
'last year in Tempe. Mr. W. S. Aus
tin, state treasurer, represents the
Tempo (hutch at the convention.
J TO HAYDEN
' The Tempe base ball team is play
ing today at Hayden. hnving left
!for that place on the Winkelman
! t ra m
over
same
this morning. They will remain
for tomorrow and will meet the
team tomorrow afternoon.
plause. A vocal duet by Miss Helen
Harrington and Mr. lyawrenee Austin
was also received with sincere appro-
ciajion. i
The real n!":isure of the evening - TO THE DAM
came as a great surprise both to t'lej Q :ite a number of local people took
seniors and manv of tile J u n iors '. n d va n t a ire of the double holid;LVS to
who had not previously been posted, j view the Roosevelt dam. Among
It had boon but a few weeks since those who went were Mr. and Mrs.
the Seniors had produced their play. U;. H. Bransford. who left Saturday.
"A Gentleman from Mississippi.'-' This : Mrs. Minnie Jones anil sons Dallas
afforded the ingenious members of the 'and Delniar and Mrs. Myrtle Kaw-
The company furnished them with a
team to haul them around to another
pait .if the lot. Taking advantage of
their privileges, they uned the team
and wagon to haul the brick downtown,
where they disposed of them at a hand
some profit.
Butler, claims that ordinarily he is
of a good and law abiding disposition,
but that when he meets up with Wil-
off, and he follows
beikons, be it for
ni-ir ci-ts.-- an opportunity for ori-,ley and
ginal composition, which vas main-1 morning
fested in the burlesipie on the Senior ; w heel.
Ihey presented for the
of the Seniors last night.
son Walter, left yesterday
with Wm. Strong at the
Pi;.
iedifi.
I
that
a t ion
son. all bets are
wherever Wilson
good or l ad.
ATTENDED GAME
Coming as a complete surprise and! A number Irem here attend-d the
produced with the skill of art ists, base ball game- in Phoenix yesterday
the playlet called for continual rounds afternoon. Among those who at
of appiause. Iter.. led were Fred J. Joyce and Sid-
Tn their burlesiiue the .) -nior ae- ,ney It. Moeur.
tors and actresses v ere concerned j o
the purchase of a site for tbel
' IT;.-.. 111 oMl-.vm:! ti of Tain r p -
of an asylum for indigent 1 . . . ....
puoiican oiuee. j wani au win ecu
t more customers than you can.
over
erection of an
school marms
stacked in fuvi
asylum for indigent J
ind the cards were
of Kvrene as airains
"JUICE" IN MAN'S BODY
TASKOCIATEO rilKSS DISPATCH I
LONDON". May I!". The theory that
a man's body may contain enough elee
eii. it to set off a charue of explosive,
was put forward this week by a gov
ernment expert on combustibles to ac
tum. t for an explosion at Stowmarket
which resulled in the death of four
men. Major Cooper-Key. the expert,
expro.-sed the opinion that one of the
men had accumulated electricity in his
body, "and not having earthed himself,
a --spark passed through i dangerous
commodity ; nd so canned it to explode"
lie added: "It was an exceptional ac
cident, which could probably have been
prevented b.wtho insertion of a metal
stud in the workers' rubber overshoe.
A regulation to this efrect will prob
ab! be made in the future."
Mesa. Tin
strong oar
marrv off
gentlemen
play was .-
location pulled
was intended
to
latter
as it
the school marms lo the
if the Evans school. The
scream from the raisinir
NoTP'E (1-
SALE OF
PROPERTY
PERSONAL
of the curtain on the first act to its
dropping at the close,
j Tlie east of characters were: Sena - j
tor Riee. Miss Elizabeth McKeen;
Senator McCreary. Miss Minnie Oir-
ides; Senator Dains, Miss Hazel
I Vestry; Congressman O'Uill, Grant
Tjiney; Mrs. Smith. Lawrence Austin;'
i Bessie Wvndham Rice. Miss Muriel
'Willv-x: Olive Huff Ri.-e, Miss Ellen'
I Humphrey: Mayor Burtis. M;ss Isabel j
Corey; Madam Bessie opietto. Miss!
E bel Cor'xll: D.ie Downs. Kenneth j
MoClennon: Brady. Leonard Hilbers;'
Margaret I'inson, Miss Alice Knight: j
and "Spec" Moss. Herbert Enderton.j
BAND CONCERT The first Re
giment Band ruder the leadershio of
Redewill w ill give a ( on-
this afternoon. The
l Shady Lane from
Lieutenant
cert at Riverside
band will play
months afler the first publication of
this notice to the said administrator
at no.". Fleming Buiiding, Phoenix,
Arizona, the same being the place
for the transaction of the business of
said estate, in the said County of
Maricopa, Arizona.
WALTER BENNETT,
Adm.nTstrator of the Estate of John
S. M--Nau-;hton, deceased.
Hated Phoenix. Arizona, thin Stli day
f May. 1 '' 1
Sealed bills will be received by the
P-'ards of Ias'ri't No. " and of
T-mpe high at the office of J. I.
Malbn. superintendent. Tempe. Ari
7on, v to I'l a. in.. June R, l'.7i. for
ibe leveling i-f nine, more or less,
it- re:; of go::nd; also for the con
struction of r.fo so'-are feet, more or j
Ic-ct. of concrete walks acrnrding to
spei ifications for leveling and con- 1
striictioii on fib- in t he ofice of J. O.
Mullen. Supt. Tlie board reserves I
the light to reject any and all bids.
(Signed) J. ft. MI'M.KN",
Superintendent.
ricers to figci
endi-ranee as
in"; the last ;,
raci?g force
any
be b;
th-
i-ar. the P"
of the Hai
:1
NOTICE
il- ! he most 1
ef t !;e out- 1
: i he proven t
speed. Dor- j
luets of the '
ley factoiy
have established enviable reputations
en tiie long racer, winning the Venire
three hundred miler and n-.-merous
hundred miie an I hour races. In a
va . t'lday's contest w ill be an at-t-nr;
on tlie part of the Excelsior
nrl Indian to wrest from the Harley
its i 'nutation for jvrsevcrcnee In long
grinds.
Wolters comes well recommended
to the racing fans, for he has won
many a lorg contes. chief among
thern being the L'.Vimia-r on the two
mile course at Sioux Cit.
Eor nzo Poido r.ad J-e o Conne'.l
run about even at the head of the
local riders. Roido has tlie better
machine, according to practice per
formances, and is a "i-etyr mechanic,
w),c" tT' v :)' h is an advantage in
(his .light weight, and his ability to
st ik aboard a machine 'while it is
going fast.
Cn ndall's mount is the factory
tuned Harley. ordered I y Dr. Boido,
and not delivered to him on account
of Triis-iTi'ierfndinc of the terms
,,naf. ,.-l;,.l. ii-oelfl (!if maehtnp (attracted
Wolters has put the speed in it, and
if Crandall is willing to ride wide
I;ve o clock until seven thirty.
j MAY SEND TWO CARS By reason
I of the large number of members of
the Arizona delegation who have sig
nified their intention of attending
i.ie launching of the battleship Ari
zona at New York June it is
probable that another Pullman will
be added to the train leaving here
June 14. All the space in the first
car has already been reserved by
members of the party. The cars will
be routed over the Santa Fe to
Chicago, thence over the Michigan
Central to Niagara Falls, arriving
at New- York via the Eehigh Valley
June IS.
Between the acts sweet bunches of
OF FAMILY OF SIX ON
THE LUSITANIA, SHE
ALONE WAS RESCUED
r
1
'r -nk Scllncr, owning his own na
(hine and entering purely for the
sport of the thing is counted on as
one of the sure finishers, although he
refuses to develop a speed that times
his miles lower than 54 seconds.
Tires Will Win Race
Tires will won today's race. No
body questions this. The man who
goes through without a stop due to
wearing his casings down, will stand
very much the best show. All the
factory riders are eouipped to make
lightning changes. Wolters will spend
less than a minute changing a back"
wheel and less than forty seconds
switching a front one.
Never before has a motorcycle race
so much attention as this
Notice is herebv given, that the As- , h ,,, fh Kofrl in it and;ono- Designed primarily to advertise
r-ssinint Roll of Maricopa County. jf C'randall is willing to ride wide the desire of the Eoval Order of
State of Arizona, for the year 101", has ,(,,ipn- -he 'will count in the money. j Moose to gain a tubercular sanitarium
been fil-! in the orfice of the Board of, y.j' c,vri, the young person whm for the'Vallev. It has already brought
Snpervi:-ors of Maricopa County, where m;in). believe to possess the lest'n,!Se quantities of publicity. Trade
the same imv be inspected by those t R(.n0 ,lf balance on a two wheeled j magazines all over the country have
fleviring to do o. ! machine of anv rider in the game, published preliminary accounts, and
The Board of Supervisors will sit as is shv r;n spped. but goes into the carry scareheads over illustra-
a It.iar-1 of E-7'ializ.ition commencing j ra e y(.u equipped w ith confidence. ited stories of the running.
He also has a system worked out.) expenses nave ceen neavy. i ne
which puts him among the big league . riders have been guaranteed a purse
of the trood old "noodle." His!"' "". anu mere are contingent
Tuesd; y, June" First, 1915, and continue
its sesrion until the afternoon of June
Tenth, 1915.
Clarence E. Standage.
Clerk, Board of Supervisors,
Maricopa County.
Arizona.
o
Hire a little salesman at The Re
publican office. A TVnnt Ad wjlr see
more customers than you can.
users
composite crock.
Indian ;
inz a racing frame, the motor
bore several city speed cops for years
and the big tanks from a touring
motorcycle. i
contain- (expenses totalling
about two
hundred
that more. At fifty cents for the grounds
and the same for the grand stand,
todayi's crowd, estimated to reach
at least 1200, will leave the lodge a
Ellie Wilson, the fastest and most "" oaiance (o onset expenses con
v.,.rieneed rider of the Merkel team ' traded in getting out other lines of
t.oo the slowest mount of the t wo. I Publicity.
Late I
' dm - s.
! Mrfi .... 1 ;';
':-" $ , " '
I
v - i
Bra
. Helen Smythe.
To THE CITY CI-KAXIXt; WORKS,
FRANK I.OYE1T, and to whomsoever
it may concern:
Please take notice that on 1-Viday,
the 11th day of June, l'.'lj, at ten
o'clock A. M., at No. Pi East Adams
street. Phoenix, County of Maricopa,
State of Arizona, the undersigned will
sell at public auction to the highest and
best bidder therefor, for cash, the fol
lowing persona! property:
1 nressing machine, .
1 triple tailors' mirror,
2 c!e( trie fans,
1 electric iron,
1 sewing machine,
1 gas stove,
3 chairs.
2 counters,
1 roll of paper,
1 button machine and buttons,
i bicycle,
I washer ruui extractor,
Clothes hangers and brushm.
Which n;:id personal property has
been taken by the undersigned to se
en' e the payment of rent on No. 13 E.
lioenix. Arizona, said
sum of One Hundred
sixty-six 6ne hun
( Ji: :.;. W), being rent
l'il."i to and including
a No. 1!) E. Adams
Adams Street. I
I rent being in tiie
! Fifty-nine unl
idredths Dollars
from February 1
Mav 21. B'l.-i. '
co. 1 1
Little Helen Smythe was rescued
from the sea, when the Lusitania
was torpedoed," by Ernest Cowper, a
journalist of Toronto, Canada. She
is unaware of the fate of her father,
mother, sister, brother and aunt who
were aboard the ill-fated ship with
her when it went down.
Strict. Phoenix, Arizona, the proceeds
of said sale to be applied, first, to the
costs and expenses incurred ill said
sale and the remainder to the payment
of the amount due for the said rent
above desc ribed and the balance, if any,
to be turned over to the said City
Cleaning Works.
Dated this 2Mb day of -May 1915.
ItOY S. GOODRICH.
Trustee.
o
NOTICE FOR BIDS
Sealed bids will be received by tiie
Beard of Trustees of School District
No. One. until eight o'clock in the
afternoon of Thursday, the third day
of June, 191a, and thereafter consid
ered for tlie making of certain alter
ations to four certain frame buildings
located on Woodland avenue, the
moving of one of said buildings to
the McKinley School ground and
the building of a toilet, all in ac
cordance with plans and specifica
tions on file in the office of V. i).
Wallingford, 317 Goodrich building.
The Board at the same time will
take bids for the repairing of the
roof of Central School building in
accordance with specifications on file
in the office of Mr. Wallingford.
A certified eln-ck, payable to L.
D. Dameron, Clerk, .must accompany
each bid for ten per cent (10 per
cent) of the amount bid.
Tin? Board of Trustees reserve the
right to reject any or all bids.
Mark all proposals, "Bids for al
teration of Buildings' and
same to John D- Loper. Supt
Meeting of the Board will
at Superintendent's' office.
school.
Bv order of the Board of
trees. School Dist. 1.
JOHN O. T'PER.
Supt.
address
be held
Monroe
Trus-
Tiie second step in the line of the
: sucecssi'ul promotion of the county
j fair, was accomplished Saturday
when Secretary Robertson received
! word that .Maricopa county tiirougn
the f.oanl il' supervisors, lias approp
riated $:;r.i).'-H for the fair. This
amo.ml was st! pleir.ented by tin
Phocnix Board of Tiarie in the gift
of a silver ioving cup tu tie used as
one "I the prizes.
As soon as a di finite date for the
holding of the fair had been decided
upon, the committee on advertising
held a meeting, as a result of which
practically all of the literature and
posters have been ordered.
Now- that the movement haibeen
("a finitely launched the co-operation
of the farmers, fruit growers and the
business men of Mesa and the vari
ous districts particularly of the al
le v, is earnestly solicited and any
one wbo is growing any particular
crop, or is experirm nting in the- rais
ing of agricultural products that are
in-iv to this section of the country
and can furnish a sample of the
same for an exhibit are requested to
do so.
Material help can be given the
coni'iiid tee r.n exhibits if all who are
contemplating having a display, will
rinify the chairman of the commit
tee of the faef. Word for the pres
ent can be lift with tiie secretary of
the Commercial club. These measures
an- te.ki-n at this time in order that
some estimat" can "ne- fornf-d and.
the proper space, to be allowed for
this department of the fair which is
a most important one.
with the expectation of those v.h'
have had the matter in charge, w.a ;
evident from the large audience
pri sent at the time for' opening;
numbers of the morning session. Th'V
spirit of enthusiasm in tin- work of
of the convention was maintained!
throughout the delineation of the
various lines of work, by the var
ious spea kers as each in turn took
up some different essential couiici ted
with gospel training of the young
and the importance of the Sunday
school as a factor in this line of
work. The dense shad-- proviih d hv
tre
gr
s and
aunds
it. to
the c ntral
at the Ni
be an ideal
ived
ding of the convention
location of
rlli school.
;ite for the
M. V. A
The matter
form rank in
Modern Wool
. UNIFORM RANK
of organizing the uiii
the local camp of the
linen of America, wa:;
taken up at the last n
order, at which time el
of tlie order signified
tion of tiKkiug up this
i e- ing of the
von member-:
their intcn-
new fc; lure.
Suits have been ordered through tin
firm "f Hart ,t Johnson, and ar
rangements will soon 'a mail a for
the special line of training coirjie-,--ted
with ilii" phase of the work.
-O CURTAIL LITIGATION
BONi " 'X,
eurtai- lb--
J which feeo-
I 'rial is
! courts b'-re
J uv. inp
! mi n.
f ASSOCTATItf PKKSS !IS I "ATI! 1 1 J
.May ::m. A propisal
(lasses of litigation
rs,.f , an be had to .i
ing ( oiisiiieri d by
aa a a r-t in:e rn as
I Id-
Mr.
age.
that
the
- YOUNGSTERS HIKE
Yesterday morning Marshal Peyton
received word that George, the 14-
year-old son of Ed Angle, and
I Ia den's boy of about the same
after arriving ;!t the eonebjsion
the world was wide and that
lange of their aeti ities were some
what clamped under parental jui isdic
tion. appropriated two of the work
horses used by Mr. Angle and had
started on an overland voyage of
discovery. At the time the intelli
gence was received by the marshal
lb-1 oung scouts were SUpeised to be
navigating the w a of cliap.ual and
to tii" ii'ffi'aiity
Justice Darling,
from jury service a
who explained that a
bad ' ill is1 el1, i eina rked,
gr- at di I iieult y
.a.'-os -'.'!;i:-h ci m
tried by juries,
lire considering
some means of
.f
!t-'iiii
eler!
ell
i carry t;-g mi tie
to the eo, r-s to bl
and the a ; i lairit ie.-.
the adoption of
eompelli u- I ii iL-.a ni :;
tin ir ta
tri
d without
HE LIXENE3I
:it i.- a f-uin'ain bead of
elo'-iK r.e
"Yes,
gushing.
eismueli
New Ye
tit
"I!Z" FOR ACHING.
SORE, TIRED FEET
'TIZ" for Tender, Puffed-up, Burn
ing, Calloused Feet
and Corns
TIZ
every time for any
foot trouble."
1-?, nr, "Sure! ! us
mi squite
of Iligley
somcwlHic in the vicinity
Tin
t tires.
co'lll
Back
n nor
r:im:-
AT THE MAJESTIC
second of the paramount Pk--to
be shown in Mesa, will be
n this evening at the Maiestic.
enting tic dist inrniished eomodi--.
May Irwin. in her greatest
iv su-eess, -.Mrs. Black is
" Through the efforts of JIiin-Meiihe-nnct
tliis famous line of
has been plan d on a regular
Hypocrites,'" was the first
i hedule.
how n.
LARGE ATTENDANCE
That the attendance at the Sunday
school (ini-i-nti'-n vesterday met
You can be happy-foutcd just liko
me. Cse "TIZ" and never suffer with
tender, raw, burning, blistered, swol
len, tired, smelly feet. "TlZi" mill only
"TIZ" takes the pain and soreness
out of corns, callouses and bunions.
As soon as you put your feet in a
"TIZ" bath, you just feel the happi
ness soaking in. How good your poor.
old feet feel. They want to da
joy. "TIZ" is grand,
draws out all the poi;-
which puff up votir
sore, inflamed, aching
feet.
Get a 2.j cent box of "TIZ'' at any
drug store or department store. Get
instant foot relief. Laugh at foot
sufferers who complain. Because your
feet arc never, never going to hnther
ir make you limp anv more.
for
"TIZ" instantly
ions exudations
feet arid cause
sweaty, smelly
PHOENIX DIRECTORY
Automobiles - Garages - Accessories
s
Arizona
Gomoan
' motor
y, Inc.
AUTOMOBILES Everything for the
automobile carried in slock
FIRST AND VAN EUPEN STREETS
w.
CATLIN COMPANY, State Agents.
, Garage and Salesrooms
313 North Central Avenue. Phone 1 1-"0
MOTOR CARS. W. A. Horrnll
521 N. Central. Phone 1223
Expert Service Men
CAPITA!
AUTO SUPPLY CO
517
ACCESSORIES
U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE
Everything But the Auto
N. Central Ave. Phone 1071
FRArlLlN
THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET
TODAY
GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Anrona
Corner Second and Adams St recta
FORD Mot
oruar
5-Passengcr, $565. Runabout, JCi15
EDWARD RUDOLPH, Aqent
308-313 E. Adams St.
Maricopa County Agent for Firestone
Tires
HUP10BLE
ThOS. H. McKEVITT CO.
Car of tho American Family.
Fred L. Waugh Sales Manager.
25 N. 2nd St. Phone 1246.
MASTER CARBURETORS
CONGRESS TIRES
Both Are Big Money Savors.
The Best in the World
SOUTHWESTERN CAREURETOR
306 North Central Avenue
CO.
Huntsman-Hotchkiss
Overland Co.
227-229 North Center
Phone 1916
FEDERAL
TIRES

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