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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1915
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PAGE NINE
IVAXXUXZIO ORDERED
TO JOIN HIS REGIMENT
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I TEMPE NEW8 NOTES I
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, Gabrielo d'Annunzio.
tJabrivlo d'Annunxio, the Italian
i t, who is a second lieutenant on
e army reserve list, has been or
icd to join las retihneiit. D'An
;n?.io is c edited with having- done
ore thin any other one man to in
line the people of Ii-.!y for war,
h! thereby to hririr Italy hito the
n'llet o:i the ute of the allies. Uis
'lives for mi tloirjr were purely
i:t imental. involvinir hi? svmpathv
d his devot-un to ''Italia
1
.Terred in the telegram and Morgan did
not acknowledge any reason for beiiiR
wanted in California. He was turned
over the the county officers in Phoenix
last evening.
TEMPEAN ENRQUTE TO
FRISCO EXPOSITION I js
. tomohile parti
JOINT HEAD SWIMMING
Tempe parties have spied the Joint
Head dam two miles west as the best of
ng holes in the Salt River
proximity to Tempe. Au-
parties are finding it quite a
pleasure to visit the resort and nearly
every evening parties are there from
Robert Krause Writes of Good Luck as Tempe, Phoenix, aLud the neighboring
Far as Yuma He Felt the Quake
country for a
n hWif
s njoyment.
"We rondo Yuma in fine shape with
out a -article of trouble", writes Robt.
Krause, chef at the normal dining hall,
who left here last Saturday w.th Mrs.
Krouse in their Trumbull car for Cali
fornia points and the big exposition at
San Krancisco as their ultim;Ue des
tination. Nobody enjoys overland trav
el better than Mr. and Mrs. Krause,
every summer finds them out on a
cross country run. and this year they (
naturally chose the California attrae- j
tions as the focus for their run.
!-
MESA NEWS NOTES J
FIRE DEPARTMENT BANQUET A
BIG SUCCESS
Wednesday evening the Mesa Vol
unteer fire companies gave a banquet
at the American kitchen. The guests
of honor were Messrs. C. S. "Jack"
Steward and Dan Mahoney, whoso
denta."
nice an
CLOTHING NOVELTIES FROM WAR
..u kmis of (lot he ;ire being in
vei.it ! in gft at numbers for the armies
in t- .!-; ( .(i tit-nt hcs. Some are likely
i't ; r- t fh.-ir worth ;.nd become stand
: r-1 Vthfs f"i- outiloor wear in the fu-tu!-.
Tl most novel is a French ile-
i f knit noods. uhitii may be
; t. . I :,.r a .Imt n uses, from waist -
': i trousers u a li--.nl covering for
j !. 1:011 in col.i wir.. Is.
It is MiHi-'v a Ion- .Mul rather narrow
sti.;. !.n t s; -o.N. with a fIot of few
it.- . s i"T.- .a the exact ct-mer. n
h. 1 ( of the strip are sewed
! :i , ns. ami on the other half of each
c::-.- l-ii i ten!io'os. As tho goods
( ! -?- r (. .iri.l as any etlce will
':'! : ii-y oth.-r. a sari-rising num
i t r ..f t ot;;' ;:ia':o;is is posi-ilile.
An V.. -!-.. -ti L-:;rmi -nt that is being
f .;;-:: ,' many ofi'icers at the front
is 1 1 '---l toat v. Lull is fur lined. A
: r id. p'tiiT 1- i". of rather limited
'" : ! tao v. ar. has l"-'-n much in
in. i .1 av.onr the la.ulish forces, be-
-' ji.-t i!it--Tl"er with quick
a i'i ease , ; a ni--)it attack li.v the
1-- :n'-. It is p: act ic -tUy a miilted
it, --n t. .i i-t- etotiuh t't alltt.v the
s- ' r r u ' a. t.. it lien fully clothed.
!". 111 f. s-t ;r-la Mveiiing I'ost.
Patronize the man who
thinks enough of his
rtollion to advertise
him
Krouse has one of the miniature "ueril nonanons in appreciation ol
Trumbull cvclecars. probable the onl-:'he "od work d""e a tlle recent
one in the ttate and during the winter jflros on t,u'ir properties made the
months he. enioved manv outings of t'aii"iuet ossible. Fire Marshal Fred
lone to three days to nearby points of Urackett presided as toastmasler and
interest. He was just a trifle dubius ; voiuuuiea me nan.iuei in suen a way
of tackling the long journey across thei tnat everyone was satisfied and all
desert into California but as far .,; declared that they had the best time
Yuma where he was Mondav night the i,,f their Ilv, s- About thirty people
triphadbeenadan.lv. He spent Tues- I v,pre present, the two fire companies.
rso. 1 company in charge or M. 1'.
Holladay, captain, and No. 2 company
in cuarge of Joe Noble, captain, sat
on opposite sides of a long table at
the head of which Fire chief Hrack
ett sat, whence he led the toasts.
The service was excellent and ev
erything had been planned very well,
down to the minutest detail, by Chief
Bracken and the wants of all were
well looked after. W. M. Reach, who
is the chairman of the fire committee
from the city council, with F. J.
Davis and V. A. Riggs, stated that
it was the best banquet he had ever
attended in this city and all the other
guests spoke very highly of the ex
cellent work the department has been
doing lately. After the banquet all
adjourned to the Majestic theater,
where they enjoyed themselves very
day there and intended to pull out f';r
the final grind across the Southern
California desert early Wednesday
morning.
Incidentally Krousp mentions the fact
that "Yuma was visited by an awful
earthquake shock Tuesday night."
This is Krouse's first extended trTp
in an automobile. Last summer with
a motorcycle and side car he and Mrs.
Krouse made the trip into California.
One summer previous to that 1 . made
the trip alone from Olobe to New York
by motorcycle.
WITH THE MOVIES
Tonight's bill of movies for the Air
dome includes four good reels, two
comedies and a two part drama. "Six
r Nine", a detective mystery and "In
And Out of Soeietv" an T-Kti comedv.
are the single reelers. "I'ncle John" is,"1"0'1'
in two parts and is an intensely human on,,uSh
tlr.rroi "rit. t .ill f..v T". . annua j - .i.. ini'm.
ill for Wednesday eve- I
as Mr. Menhennet was kind
to run a special show for
Taken altogether, it was a
ning that hail as a special attraction
the troupe of colored vaudeville people t
attracted an exceptionally large audi
ence that fully enjoyed the entire program.
I very enjoyable evening and the good
tirn shown the boys will prove an
incentive to better work in the department.
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2ft(.0: BILLY ERATTON, bay trotter,
wt. 1300; DEL NORTE, bik. running
horse, wt. I'i.'O; either horse $10 cash
for Fcannn. J. F. Lee, 115 E. Buchanan,
I'hono 2ti8.
SI NO, black registered I'ercberon, S
years old, weight 2000, Jis to Insure.
Rartlett-Heard Land and Cattle com
pany. Call !'2 ask for 27J4. Joseph
Lovell. manager. tf
CO'ufiERT, black imported French
Tercheron stallion, wt. 2100. P. T. Hur
ley, I'.uckeye "Road. tt
Van Kirk's STALLiONS; also REG.
JACK. 1309 Iilock N. 1st St Phon
2770
HIRIJ SURVIVOR OF
LUSITANIA RETURNS
L WITHOUT PARENTS
V:.; - :.x ' f &4
I - iu y-
Jliss Virginia Loney.
Mi.s Virginia Loney of Hunting-t'-n,
L. 1., who was a passenper on
the Luitanla, has just returned home
from Kr.j;!and. On her visit abroad
flic was accompanied by her parents,
1 oLh of whom were drowned when
Ihe Lusitania was torpedoed. '
EVERYBODY JOINS
Yesterday afternoon was an extreme
ly quiet day on the streets of Tempe
for at noon practically every business
establishment closed its doors and the
clerks and bosses hied themselves eith
er to the country or to the city for their
vacation time enjoyment. Fishing,
swimming, hunting and picnic parties
were quite in evidence and as is gen
erally the case the river or its near vi
cinity attracted nearly every part that
went out.
HOME FOR SUMMER
Mrs. R It. Hardin, wife of .the Tog
gery's window trimmer left yesterday
for Orange Calif, where she will spend
the hot summer months with her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. (J. W. Gates.
EYE IMPROVES
I.iuHvig Se.lig who suffered a serious
injury to one eye last week while at
work at the Tempe OaraKe. now ex
presses hor-os that the eye wjil rcover
entirely. Three pieces of steel were
lodged jn t;,p eyeball and the services
of an oculist were required to extract
them and have been required daily
since then to dress. the injured member.
HERE FROM PHOENX
Mrs. S. I. Spann of Phoenix is
spending the week with her daughter,
Mrs. M. J. Morton. Mr. and Mrs. I?.
F. Keith, who live out on the Rttose
velt road, entertained today at their
home for Mrs. S. P. Spann and Mr.
nd Mrs. M. J. Norton.
KEEP LIBRARY OPEN
The young ladies of the I'.ee Hive
have planned to keep the library and
reading rooms open until after
fair.
the
RETURNED TO COAST
Misii Kvelyn Haigler, accompanied by
Miss Minnie Roderman left Tuesday
for her home at Ixing Reach. Miss Hn
'Terman will be l.er guest during tin?
summer months.
ALDERMAN IMPROVING
Councilman J. T. Flirehett who has
I een quite seriously ill this week was
somewhat improved yesterday.
OVERLAND TO OGDEN
Mr. and Mrs. J. Alvln Stewart left
today on an overland tour to Ogden,
I'tah. On the way they will visit the
Jrand Canyon, the California fairs.
Yosemite Park and Salt Iake. They
expect the trip to last the greater part
of the summer. They will settle in
Ogden.
PLEASANT SURPRISE
A party of nearly half a hundred
ladies of Tempe sprung a pleasant sur
prise on Mrs. I.aura Haigler and Mrs.
.1. P. Flnmcrfclt, Wednesday. The oc
casion was an all-day party at the
Haider home and was immensely en
joyed by everyone of the large party
present.
CHILDREN'S DAY AT METHODIST
CHUPCH
Next Sunday children's day will be
celebrated at the Methodist church,
and as th" children have been extra
well drilled, an excellent time Is as
sured Everybody is invited to come
and enjoy themselves.
BACK FROM THE MINES
Jesse Turner. Leo Moss and Klliott
Tucker came in from the Ray and Hay
den country night before last.
MRS HART BETTER
Mrs. Nate Hart, who was operated
on last Wednesday at the South Side
hospital, is reported to be resting eas
ily and is very much improved, which
her friends will all be glad to note.
MAN CAUGHT HERE
The local officers yesterday took into
custody If. I. Morgan, - wanted In El
Centra. California on a charge of em
bezzlement. Morgan fame in from
Hayden a few days ago and but a few
CASE OF TYPHOID
Jay Peardsley, a son of K. II.
Ileardsley, is confined to the. South
Side h' spital with a mild attack of
typhoid fever. Mr. Peardsley has
been conducting a dairy route in Mesa
and as soon as it became known that
Jay had typhoid fever, he notified
his customers that he would discon
tinue milk deliveries for the present
until his herd could be investigated.
Doctors Palmer and Greer immedi
ately communicated with the Univer
hours after the dispatch arrived from
the El Centro officers he was in cus- sjty at Tucson Bnd were fortunate in
locating Professor Messerve. who has
tody. No especial charge was pre-
LADIES! SECRET TO
DARKEN GRAY HAIR
charge of the state pure food labor
atory investigations, in Phoenix.
Professor Messerve came to Mesa
Tuesday and made a thorough inves
tigation of the Mfiuntain View Dairy,
but was unable to locate anything
which might lead to a suspicion that
(the herd or milk supply might be
'infected and a source of danger to
Bring back color, gloss and thickness; hp consumers of m)k.
with Grandma's recip of Sags
and Sulphur.
It seems that some weeks ago a
stranger came to the ranch and
worked in the field for a couple of
Common garden sage brewed lata , wef.k an(J tnen went on to parts un
a heavy tea, with sulphur and alco- I known Thp mn wa3 feeling bad
hoi added, will turn gray, streaked
and faded hair beautifully dark and
luxuriant; remove every bit of dand
ruff, stop scalp Itching and falling
hair. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sul
phur recipe at home, though, is
troublesome. An easier way Is to
get the ready-to-use tonic, costing
about 50 cents a large bottle, at drug
stores, known as "Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Compound," thus avoiding a
lot of muss.
While wispy, gray, faded hair Is
not sinful, we all desire to retain cur
youthful appearance and attractive
ness. By darkening your hair with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, no one
can tell, because it does it so nat
urally, so evenly. You Just dampen
a sponge or soft brush with it and
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time; by
morning all gray hairs have disap
peared. After another application or
dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant and
you appear years younger.
during the last week of his stay, and
the physicians think it more than
probable that this man was coming
down with the fever at the time and
communicated the infection to the
children, probably through the me
dium of flies.
Professor Messerve made a number
of recommendations of a sanitary na
ture for Mr. Beardsley to carry out.
which would destroy any possible
source of infection on or about the
ranch and dairy herd, and also sug
gested that the balance of the family
be vaccinated against typhoid. These
suggestions have all been carried out
and it would seem perfectly safe for
Mr. Beardsley to continue delivering
milk. However, as an added precau
tion, Mr. Beardsley has gladly con
sented not to deliver any for the fol
lowing two weeks, which will give
ample time to demonstrate absolutely
whether there was any contamination
of the milk supply, for if such were
the case, several of his customers will
have developed typhoid symptoms
within that time.
There are quite a number of scat
tered cases of typhoid fever in the
valley which do not seem to have any
local source of infection, and in this
connection Doctors Palmer and Greer
suggested to Professor Messerve that
a bacteriological examination of the
ditch water beginning at ,the Iloose
velt lake and extending down the
river to Granite Iteef might throw
some valuable light on the situation.
The suggestion is now under advise
ment by the laboratory and will prob
ably be carried out early in July.
NEW BATHING SUITS
Most of the bathing suits are of
satin. Taffeta and thick, heavy crepe
de chine are also used. Skirts are
extremely short they show the hol
low of the knee and the stockings
are of silk to match the color of the
suit. Rubber caps of brilliant colors,
and bandannas are seldom seen. Oc
casionally bright colored rubber flow
ers are worn at the waist line.
RESOLUTION NO. 119
A resolution of the Commission of the
City of Phoenix declaring their inten
tion to improve certain portions of
Adams and Monroe Streets and
Twelfth and Thirteenth Avenues, and
determining that bonds shall be issued
to represent the costs and expenses
thereof, and declaring the work or im
provement to be of more than local or
ordinary public benefit and that the
costs and expenses of said work shall
be assessed upon a certain district and
providing that the proposed work or
improvement shall be done under the
provisions of the improvement act of
1912, and subsequent amendments.
BE IT RESOLVED, BY THE COM
MISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOE
NIX: Section 1. That the public Interest
and convenience require, and that it
is the intention of the Commission of
the City of I'hoenix to order the fol
lowing work to be done, to-wit:
1. That the roadway of Adams
Street from the west line of Seventh
Avenue to the east line of Seveen
teenth Avenue, and the roadway of
Monroe Street from the weft line of
Twelfth Avenue to the east line of Se
venteenth Avenue, and the roadway
of Twelfth Avenue from the north line
of Adams street to the north line of
Monroe Street, and the roadway of
Thirteenth Avenue from the north line
of Adams Street to the south line of
Monroe Street, and including all in
tersections of streets and alleys,
and including also private drives
wherev r shown on the plans
hereinafter referred to, and in
cluding also such portions of intersect
ing streets as is necessary to form an
easy approach to the pavement here
inafter described, be graded and paved
with Pitulithic pavement.
2. Tiiat a combined remer.t concrete
curb and gutter lie built along both
sides of the roadway of Adams Street
from the west line of Seventh Avenue
to the east line of Seventeenth Avenue,
along both sides of the roadway of
Monroe Street from the west line of
Twelfth Avenue to the east line of
Seventeenth Avenue, along both sldee
of the roadway of Twelfth Avenue
from the north line of Adams Street to
the north line of Monroe Street, and
the roadway of Thirteenth Avenue
from the north line of Adams Street
to the south line of Monroe Street, ex
cepting at the intersection of streets,
alleys, private drives and the ap
proaches thereto.
That a combined cement concrete
curb and gutter be built along the
edges of the roadway at the intersec
tion of the following avenues with
Ad.;ms Street between the west line of
Seventh Avenue and the east line of
Seventeenth Avenue: on the south side
of Adams Street at Eighth, Ninth,
Tenth, Eleventh. Twelfth, Thirteenth,
Fourteenth and Sixteenth Avenues; on
the north side of Adams Street a
Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, Twelfth, Thir
teenth and Sixteenth Avenues.
That a combined cement concrete
curb and gutter be built along the
edges of the roadway at the intersec
tion of the following avenues with
Monroe Street from the west line of
Twelfth Avenue to the east line of Se
venteenth Avenue on the south side of
Monroe Street at Thirteenth and Six
teenth Avenues, on the north side of
Monroe Street at Thirteenth and Six
teenth Avenues, as shown on the plans
hereinafter referred to.
3. That a cement concrete curb be
built along the edges of the roadway
at the intersection of Fifteenth Ave
nue and Adams Street and at the in
tersection of Fifteenth Avenue and
Monroe Street, and at the intersection
of alleys and private drives and ap
proaches thereto, as shown on the
plans hereinafter referred to.
4. That a cement concrete gutter
be built across the Intersections of all
alleys and private drives, and across
both sides of the roadway of Adams
and Monroe Streets at the intersection
of all avenues, on Adams Street be
tween the west line of Seventh Avenue
and the east line of Seventeenth Ave
nue, and on Monroe Street between the
west line of Twelfth Avenue and the
east line of Seventeenth Avenue, ex
cepting at the intersections of Fif
teenth Avenue and Adams Street and
Fifteenth Avenue and Monroe Street.
5. That a corrugated iron pipe, fif
teen (15) inches in diameter, be laid
across the roadway of Eighth Avenue
on the south side of Adams Street.
That corrugated iron pipe, twelve
(12") inches in diameter, be laid across
the roadway of Ninth Avenue on the
north and south sides of Adams Street,
and on both sides of Adams Street,
at Tenth, Eleventh, Twelfth and Thir
teenth Avenues, and on the south side
of Adams Street at Fourteenth Avenue,
and across all alleys and private drives,
wherever shown on the plans.
That corrugated Iron pipe, twenty
seven (27") inches in diameter, be laid
across the roadways of Adams and
Monroe streets on the east side of Fif
teenth Avenue.
That corrugated Iron pipe, eighteen
(18") inches in diameter, be laid across
the roadways of Adams and Monroe
Streets on both the east and west
eides of Sixteenth Avenue.
C. That cement concrete stand pipes
be built and gates be set to control the
flow of water at the following loca
tions: at Eighth Avenue and Adams
Street, two (2); at Ninth Avenue and
Adams Street, three (3); at Tenth
Avenue and Adams Street, four (4);
at Eleventh Avenue and Adams Street,
four (4); at Twelfth Avenue and
Adams Street, four (4); at Thirteenth
Avenue and Adams Street, three (3);
at Fourteenth Avenue and Adams
Street, two (2): at Sixteenth Avenue
and Adams Street, three (3); at
Twelfth Avenue and Monroe
two (2); at Thirteenth Avenue and
Monroe Street, two (2); at Sixteenth
Avenue and Monroe, one (1).
7. That cement concrete pipes of
sizes to fit corrugated iron pipe be laid
from the standpipes and corrugated
iron pipes to a point six (6') feet back
of property line as shown on the plans
hereinafter referred to, and under all
alleys and drives wherever shown on
the plans.
8. That gutter Inlets be built to re
ceive drainage water at the following
locations: at Eleventh Avenue and
Adams Street, two (2); at Fifteenth
Avenue and Adams Street, six (6); at
Seventeenth Avenue and Adams Street,
two (2): at Fifteenth Avenue and
Monroe Street, six (8): at Seventeenth
Avenue and Monroe Street, two (2);
and that said gutter inlets
be connected to storm water
manhole with the sizes of cement con
crete pipes as shown on the plans
hereinafter referred to.
9. That storm water manholes be
constructed at the following locations:
at Eleventh Avenue and Adams Street,
one (1); at Fifteenth Avenue and
Adams Street, one (1); at Seven
teenth Avenue and Adams Street, one
1); at Fifteenth Avenue and Monroe
Street, one (1); at Seventeenth Ave
nue and Monroe Street, one (1).
10. That the roadway of intersecting
streets be graded from the edge of the
aforementioned pavement not to ex
ceed ten (10) per cent, until it meets
the original surface of the street.
All the above work to ne done in
accordance with that certain set of
plans approved and adopted by the
Commission of the City of Phoenix on
the ISth day of June 1915 ar.d on file
in the Office of the City Engineer in
Book Two of Street Improvement
Plans, on pages 73 to 98 inclusive and
in further accordance with Specifica
tions Numbers 19, 21, 22, 24, 25 and 28
on file in the office of the City Clerk
of said City and which said plans and
specifications are hereby referred to
for a more particular description of the
said work and made a part hereof.
Section 2. That the said contem
plated work or improvement, in the
opinion of the Commission is of more
than local or ordinary public benefit,
and that said Commission hereby
makes the costs and expenses of said
work or improvement chargeable upon
a district and hereby declares that the
district in said City of Phoenix bene
fited by the said work or improvement,
and to be assessed to pay the costs and
expenses thereof, is described as fol
lows :
The south one-half of original blocks
1 and 2 of Neahr's Addition to the City
of Phoenix: the south one-half of
Walker's Subdivision of Block 3 and
the south 31.28 feet of Lot 14 of Walk
er's Subdivision of Block 3 of Neahr's
Addition to the Citv of Phoenix; the
south one half of Block 1 and all of
Block " of Athena Place, a subdivision
of original Block 3 of Neahr's Addition
to the City of Phoenix; the south one
half of Block A and all of Block B.
Woodland Place. a subdivision of
Block 4 of Neahi's Addition to the City
of Phoenix; the north one-half of
Blocks :,, 6. 7. 8. 9. 10, 11. and 12 of
Neahr's Addition to the City of I'hoe
nix; the south one-half of Blocks 1 and
2. all of Blocks 7 and 8, and the north
one-half of Blocks 9 and 10 in Capitol
Addition to the City of Phoenix.
Section 3- The City Engineer is
hereby directed to make a diagram of
the district described hereinabove in
Section 2 of this Resolution of Inten
tion, to be assessed to pay the costs
and expenses thereof. Such diagram
shall show each separate lot, piece and
parcel of land in said district and the
relative location of the same to the
work proposed to be done.
Section 4. The said Commission
finds that public convenience requires
that serial bond shall be Issued to rep
resent the cosus and expenses of such
work or improvement and said Com
mission determines that serial bonds
shall be issued to represent each as
sessment of Twenty-five ($25) dollars
or more for the costs and expenses of
said work or improvement. Said serial
bonds shall extend over a period end
ing nine (9) years from and after the
second day of January next succeeding
the date of said bonds and an even an
nual proportion of the principal sum
thereof shall be payable by coupon on
the second day of January every year
after thrir date until all is paid, and
the interest shall be payable semi
annually by coupon on the second day
of January and July respectively, of
each year, at the rate of six (6) per
cent per annum on all sums unpaid un
til the whole of the said principal sum
and interest are paid.
Section 5. The serial bonds herein
mentioned shall be issued in accord
ance with the provisions of an act of
the Legislature of the State of Arizona,
known and designated as the "Im
provement Act of 1912." approved May
17th, 1912, and all the proceedings in
the aforementioned improvements shall
also be taken under said "Improvement
Act of 1912" and subsequent amend
ments. Section 6. The City Clerk shall cer
tify to the passage of this Resolution
of Intention, and shall cause the same
to be published ten (10) times in the
Arizona Republican, a daily newspa
per published and circulated in the city
of Phoenix and hereby designated for
that purpose.
Section 7. The Superintendent of
Streets of the City of Phoenix shall
post notices of said proposed improve
ment as required by law, and in said
notices shall refer to this Resolution of
Intention.
Reference is hereby made to the
Bitulithic License Agreement of War
ren Brothers Company, of Boston,
Mass., dated June 18. 1915. on file in
the office of the City Clerk of the City
of Fhoenix.
I hereby certify that the above and
foregoing Resolution No. 119 was duly
passed by the Commission of the City
cf Phoenix at a meeting held June
18th, 1915, and that a quorum was
present thereat.
T. TREVILLIAN,
Dep. City Clerk.
Date of first publication June 20th,
1915.
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pieserving to housewives.
We have but a limited number of h'OO i steel, nickel p'.;ttd, m-'."on
I-'ruit Jar Cap removers and tightners. T'ley will f.t any jar. ('an
easily be adjusted to fit 1 irt;e and 5:mall Jars. These Cap removers
open wide and are tightened a no clamped to the Cap by a biP?1i
turn on handle. You can ciamp jour Cap on the Jars air tight &nii
remove them without annoyance.
Now is Fruit preserving tin: you will rird it ncccrnry 'o tighten
caps on your Fruit Jars "Air tight" inaurinjr your product from fer
mentation. This Handy little kitchen article is offered by the Arizona
Republican FRK1-J IF YOU PAY YOUR SUBC!!Il'TlON THUKF.
(') MONTIlS IN ADVANCI5 (Open to both new an-1 old subscrib
ers) will clamp and remove Fruit Jar Cans with a rabidity that will
certainly please you.
Good steel, nicliel plated, neat nnd clean cut :n design, makes this ar
tie'e a valuable asset to the Pantry.
SEND IN FOR YOURS TOD Y
Clip coupon beiow. Mail or present witli I'.emittnn 'e.
Fruit Jar Cap Wrench Free
For three (3) mjnths subscription Paid in advance open to both
old ana ne subsccribers.
The Arizona Republican:
Phoenix, Arizona:
Enclosed find 52.00 to advance my subscription for
three months (Old) or (New).
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City and State
Fairbanks-S3orso Engines
Schieren's Duxbak Belting, Pulleys, Shafting, Purct);, Etc.
ARIZONA HARDWARE SUPPLY CO.
3rd Ave. and Jackson. "We Have the StockM Phoenix
PHOENIX DIREGTORY
Automobiles - Garages -Accessories
Arizona Motor
Company, Inc.
AUTOMOBILES Everything for the
automobile carried in stock
FIRST AND VAN BUREN STREETS
Bin
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.
ACCESSORIES
U. S. TIRES, OILS, GREASE
Everything But the Auto
617 N. Central Ave. Phone 1071
FRANKLIN
THE EASIEST RIDING CAR ON THE MARKET
TODAY
GEO. HAGEMAN, Distributor for Arizona
Corner Second and Adams Streets
FORD Motor Car
5-Passenger, $565. Runabout. $515
EDWARD RUDOLPH, Aqent
308-310 E. Adams St.
Maricopa County Agent for Firestone
Tires
HUPMOBIL
THOS. H. McKEVITT CO.
Car of the American Family.
Fred L. Waugh Sales Manager.
25 N. 2nd St. Phone 1246.
MASTER CARBURETORS
CONGRESS TIRES
Both Are Big Money Savers.
The Best in the World
SOUTHWESTERN CARBURETOR CO.
306 North Central Avenue
IIuntsman-Hotchkiss
Overland Co.
227-229 North Center
Phone 1918
FEDERAL
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