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Southside News V. D. JOHNSON TEMPE OFFICE Mrs. Chas. Prathar Crown Mercantile Company Phone 71 MESA OFFICE Chandler Court Phone 1-R-2 BOYS OF MESA WILL S00MUI01S ASKETBALL GAMES CT TEMPE THURSDAY 'ii.MI'l.'. ,,v. Tern pen ns are to i in .ii 1 .j s,.imI luisket ball Thanks iv!i:f day at, there art; lo lie games n tw ''n Ix.ih the boys' and girls' vihi!.- the Teniae and Florence high ' hi. i l;:. Tb' K-une will he called at -. I'VI'H'k mi the high school grounds "I promises In be a. good one as the ri;iir. t'Mtu iceently dofeaied the I 'ion hit te.mi. Si far Tempo has won Very J-;,..';'' y,;; ml this full. Program Tonight. Tin- Ki hiH-i.i huv arranged a nit-miid program fur their friends who t'.u-tn) Him evening's iarly, provided iw fnciiiM ii an entrance fee of one t.'ri't f"i' every year they aro old. The jroyrani is ati follows: ';, in iris, - I'l-nl". (1. M. Krizzell. I'.uhhn dances Bessie Haynes and ; i h ell Arnold. Solu Mim Marian Nelson, riant Solo Muss Jessie Haynes. iU'.tliiiK MifcS Jrene Aidonoil. Srl Mipses Jewell and I.ona .-oln -Miss ,'lanrt Johnson. ' ' u-.iuin;; -professor J. L. Felaon. Soj'j Miss Kmma. Cole. Spent Evening. Monday evening Miss Amanda -ZeUer ;i til Miss Kthcl Zarunan, of the Nor ni l faculty, spent, the evening: in j'iM'ClltA, Exacutive Meeting, The lied Cross executive committee 'i'ld its regular meeting Monday even ing in the. Masonic room?. Many mat ters of routine business were taken up and disposed of. Among other forward moves, a permanent finance commit tee waa appointed as follows: J. V. Arnold J. F. Hall and C. C. Woolf. It will be the work of these men to ar range for and collect the sum of $J00 each month to carry on the work in Tempe. No doubt they will try to ar range for most of the amount through the individual monthly subscription. To Locate. yesterday M. B. Barnes and son came in from Mena, Ark., with the ex pectation of locating in Tempe. Property Sale. H. A. Windee recently sold the G. E. Ttittlo JO acres west of town to Mrs. Sarah J. Cummlngs, and Mrs. Cum minga sold her town property to Mr. Tuttle. yesterday for Camp Kearney, Cal., to visit their son, Sergeant opensnaw or the Arizona volunteer regiment. The doctor will return the last of the week, Mrs. Openshaw remaining awhile longer. 1 Visiting Price Family Mrs. Lillian Mason of Durango, Colo., is in Mesa visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Price. Young Man Sick. .T. L. Hogg of the local ethnological station has been sick for the past few days. Business Visitors. .1. C. Howard and H. C. Swindle of Los Angeles spent Monday in town on business. NO DAIRYMAN EXEMPTED from hard work unlets they avail themselves of the advantages offered by :, 'row. HE EMPIRE MILKING MACHINE Any I information gladly given. Write or phone E. II. BEARDS LEY, Agent Mosa, Arizona Lost Check. Yesterday B. B. Thomas lost a check for 140.35, made, payable to himself, somewhere In Tempe. The check was signed by M. H. Meyer. Payment on the check has been stopped but should anyone find it they might return to either party. "Little Lost Sister." Tonight the story, "The Little Lost Sister." with Vivian Reed in the star role, will be presented at the opej-a house. The film presents a problem centuries old, but still remains as great a problem as ever. This play was arranged from the famous novel and play, and shows a way to the so lution of the problem. MESA, Nov. 2S. The boys of Mesa High school will don uniforms in the near future. While the rule is rot a compulsory one, the lads almost with out exception have expressed their de sire to have a distinctive uniform for the school. The khaki outfit will con sist of coat and trousers, with leggins. a shirt, shoes and hat. All of these will be identical in pattern and of strong servicable material. The Toggery of Mesa was awarded the contract for supplying the outfits which number about 10U. The regular military drill is being carried on after school hours, and ere the ciose of the term, there will he a well drilled lot of young men in the school. Very little has been said about the effective work being done in this department of the school activities, and the appearance on the streets of the khaki uniform will be the first outward expression of the military instructions being given. The complete outfit, if taken all at once, will cost the boys around $17. iD. Telegrams Missent William Brooks of the service station is in receipt of word of the death of his father with occurred at Fort Worth. Several telegrams had been sent him but by mistake were addressed to Mesa, Cal. The funeral had been held before word finally reached the son at this place. Glee Club Tonight The entertainment by the boys Glee club of Mesa High school, will be given tonight in the auditorium or the high school. A matinee will be given this afternoon. The boys have been hard at work on, a musical program with a col lege comedy in connection. To Spend ThanKsgiving John Biggs and daughter of Snow flake are here visiting with relatives. They will remain until after Thanks giving. . o PA E Flowers for Sale. A number of the Tempe women who have flower gardens are donating enough so that the Red Cross can sell some each day. Mrs. LaMont has con sented to sell them for the society and already has taken quite a sum for the local chapter. Chrysanthemums are selling for 30 cents a dozen and roses for 60 cents a dozen and they can be had most any day at the LaMont jewelry store. About $14.50 was realized from the sale of flowers at the play last Fri day evening. Liregsmaking. Mrs. at ('. O. Austins, 2I Phone L'06. Adv. D. (ioodfelloiv, West &th St. l.'r Pump Man. Mr. Watson, who has had charge of the pumping system at the State Asylum, has been hired to take charge of the Tempe Pumping plant and has already gone to work. Death of Mrs. Brewer Mrs. Susanna Brewer, mother of Mrs. Herman Crisrnum, died yesterday of a complication of liver and stomach trouble. The deceased came hers re cently from Pinedale, Ariz., for the purpose, of undergoing an operation. but her physicians gave her little hope of recover'. Mrs. Brewer was a native of Wales and wa.3 62 years of age. The body will be shipped to Pinedale for interment. 6IV1 DAY IKS FOOTBALL TOURNEY A pretentious pageant will precede the Thanksgiving day. football game between the Indian school and the Phoenix high school pigskinners. Fifty automobiles have already been ob tained for the parade, which will pro ceed through the main streets of town beginning at 7:30 o'clock in the even ing. The line of march will include the procession of the cars from the high school to Van Buren street and First street, thence to Washington to First avenue, down First avenue to Adams, thence to Center, down Center to Van Buren and back to the high school. Besides a large umber of students, both the Phoenix Union high school and the Indian school bands, and both football teams will be in the proces sion, also Coach Geary, Director Mc- Euen, Manager Norton and Prof. Cook. o If 1'Eif ITS ARE IDE Iff PEORIA Mesa Cafe Enlarges Quarters The Mesa cafe which was opened ou Main street several months ago has succeeded in securing an adjoining room and has doubled the seating space of the restaurant. The new room will be provided with tables and has separate boolhs for patrons. Hand some lighting fixtures have been put in by the South Side Gas and Electric company. The cafe will have a formal opening on Thursday - this week. Do not wait 'till tomorrow phone that WANT AD to The Republican and dispose of, or get what you want. 171. L. Gibbons MESA, ARIZ. Phone 222 Funeral Director and Embalmer Lady Attendant Guild Hall Meeting Today The Ladies' Guild of the Episcopal church Mill meet at the Guild hall on AV'ednesday. November L'S. It is de sired that there be a full attendance as final arrangements are to be made for the bazaar and dinner n;ch are to be held on December 8. The following ladies will be in charge of the various booths: Baby booth Mesdanifs Doughty Sam Swift, Fleisher, E. D. McDonald, Rogers. Drane and Pocnin. I'nderwear booth Mesdames Evans, Entz. Cerney, Bloy, Smith, Brodie and Lewis. Fancy work booth Mesdames Grif fin, Brady, stllwell, Weeks, Geo. John son. Drew and Miss Swift. Miscellaneous booth Mesdames K. K. Menhennet, M. brown, Ritterath, Harner, Price and Easton. Dr. To Coast to Visit Son and Mrs. E. C. Openshaw left SEE 'EM GO! fif. i. Running ces at the a ir Gro und'S Thanksgiving Day AT 2 P. M. ADMISSION 50 CENTS GRANDSTAND FREE Some of the Fastest Horses in the State will run in these races. Special y2 mile race featuring four of the best and fastest horses in Arizona: Apache Kid, Dr. Smoot, Little Blues and Favorite Article. This is going to be a Real Treat! DON'T MISS IT! PEORIA. Nov. 27. Improvements are being made steadily in Peoria. Peoria branch of the Glendale State Bank has moved into its new build ing, which has but recently been com pleted. Mr. Cowles has his new home nearly completed. Mr. Edmanslon is building a fine new residence. Mr. Courtway and family leave for Washington this evening. E. D. Raly attended three services at the Presbyterian Sunday school here last Sunday. The Willing Workers class realized $14 from their oyster stew Saturday night. The Women's Missionary society will meet with Mrs. Dugger this week. Mr. Lohmeyer of Kansas visited with B. A. Leak. Mrs. Thompson, who- has been away for a few days taking care of her in valid mother, is home again. The Commercial club had a very in teresting call meeting Saturday even ing. J. M. Hackett has sold his ranch, ad joining town, and will move to Phoe nix where he will remain for the present. Whooping cough and bad colds are decreasing the attendance at the Peoria schools. ECONOMY IN SIAM UNTIL END OF WAR (Kansas City Star) Following Siam's declaration of war! against Germany and Austria, reports Bangkock, the Siamese minister of edu cation has issued a circular to all the public schools in the kingdom urging the teachers to Impress upon the school children the need of economy In food, dress and transportation. The circular points out that jewelry or gold orna ments should not be worn while at school. It further says that the Siam ese national custom of wearing differ ent colored clothing for each day in the week need not be followed, and tnat wherever possible boys should walk to school rather than ride on street cars or in carriages. In the girls schools, the circular announces, the dress snouiu be dur able, but simple, and cheap. Ordinarily silk should not be worn, and if lace is added to the dress it should be made by the pupil. Gambling of all kinds among pupils is prooibited, and the teachers are cautioned to see that there is no wastefulness in the use of school books or stationery. o ' s 1 NEAR SCOTTSDALE NO"- four TouHry fU2S The Eight Touring '2000 TK-ei . o. . Toledo Tax- Fret - uvu w vneoff munoMt ; S raise us orTMTypeof trong iior.1 TF YOU are not familiar with angte median. ical reason for the superiority of the Willys- ; Knight, the unparalleled praise framWillys-Kriight owners warrants your immediate mvestigation. Arc you not entitled to the hsijher darTeeof , motor car efficiency they enjoy ? Especially when it n obtainable at a pnee lower than others because of the -economies -resultant from our vast production. Come and learn why this is tbtr-oa. type,cf . motor that improves with use. Let us show you why it requires no adjust, ments; why it is more powerful; why it is moiv flexible; why it-is quieter and stays so; why it h simple, free from complications and economicaltj In addition, this is the most; beautiful and . ; hirurious car we have ever built! It is good-buainess'and economyto ownbe oast when you can get it now at our prices. ,.ItttsprwetSse4ondera demonstratioti. ' 1 1 r, 1 ,1 il IT- .XM "2a KX1 - NTs- 1? 1 iH'tBmn Overland Arizona Co. Phone 1916 227 N. Central condition of A. E. Bliss, who was so seriously burned Friday at Roosevelt. Bliss made his home here for several years and left a large circle of friends mornin who are intensely interested in his marvelous escape from death. Roy George who has spent the pa.st two years in Seattle and other north western points, arrives home Monday taking his sister. M Last, by complete surprise. Mr. and .Mrs. Archie Langley Phoeni: day. Mrs. wero-Scottsdale callers, Sun-. Albert W. Horr and Miss Mar Frank j Gilbert entertained a few friends very I charmingly Friday evening. Euchra' formed the evening's diversion. 5 F U R N SCOTTSDALE, Nov. 28. Sheriff WUky and one of his deputies were Scottsdale visitors Saturday, searching for some clue as to the whereabouts of Kenneth Falston, whose disappearance from Phoenii on Tuesday, November 19, is still an unsolved mystery. P. J. Harder has purchased twenty acres west of tne Koy wooir ranch, where he contemplates building; in the near future. Miss Helen Campbell has disposed of her beautiful black riding horse. The purchaser is James Clark. Walter P. Smith of Angleland ranch is confined to his home, threatened with pneumonia. Mrs. David Goodfellow of Natural Bridge, has arrived at Casa 'Dobe ranch to spend a month with her friends, Mr. and Mrs. Frank last. Mrs. Philip Harder is in receipts of a letter from her brother Floyd Sim mons, who spent last winter here, to the effect that he has enlisted in the quartermaster's corps of Denver, Colo., which is expected to De on its way to France before she can hear from him again. Miss Virginia Stuart of Los Angeles, who is spending the winter with her sister, Mrs. Roy Woolf, is suffering from an attack of scarlet fever and has been token to the R. H. Woolf Come. Mrs. F. I Spencer and Mrs. Ernest Boyer and baby son, Keith, of Lake Crystal, Minn.; have arrived at the G. E. Bchulze home with the intention bf spending the winter. Mrs. Boyer and Mrs. Schulze are sisters, while Mrs. Spencer is their mother. Master Clarence Ignatius Morrison Marshall, better known as "Morrison Marshall," and to his close friends and admirers as "Aggy," accompanied by his nurse Miss Leafy Mahuren, left Saturday for La Junta where they Joins dVice President and Mrs. Mar shall, and all returned ,to their Wash lnrton home. The Colllg ranch, owned by Collis and Bowham of Chicago and leased by the Ware Brothers the past year, has been sold to eastern capitalists. The Wares have taken a quarter section Bear Glendale where they wilt make their home. E. O. Brown returned Sunday from a business trip to Kansas City. Peter Lassen, who accompanied him, went on to Chicago to visit a- sister residing there. Great concern is-felt here foe. the c E S U ItiHl -uL fir ?yg;)gg .-.-.- -sr-w 1x41- '-;'- G A S F U R N A C E S COMFORT AND THE GAS FURNACE SOLID COMFORT on a cold day is to be had by the turning of a key. WARM, CLEAN 'AIR passed through super-heated chambers is flooded into your home, free from dust or dirt, and all without any effort on your part. There are thousands of Gas Furnaces in daily use in the Southwest, where the warm day time temperatures make the UNIT Gas Fur nace the most economical and satisfactory of all heating systems. 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