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TIIE 'ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, jlu.mjai iioiMMi, SKPTKMHEK lis, iyi
SOUTHSIDE NEWS V. D. JOHNSON, MANAGER, PHONE 85R, MESA TEMPE AGENCY Mrt. Chat. Prather at Brown Mercantile Co.f Ph. 71 MESA CORRESPONDENT Vera D. Johnson, Ph. 85R TEMPE CORRESPONDENT Mr.. Ray Nichols, Ph. 178 CHANDLER AGENCY Gardner Drug Co.; Ph. 34 GILBERT AGENCY Mrt. Schulti at Postoffice CHANDLER CORRESPOND'T. S. A. Meyer, Ph. 32 IDA T WITH URGE FORCE OF TEACHERS MIX A. Kept. l.". Th'- Mesa grade ft h....is will open tli morning with a full ri f teachera on hand. The m.ii"iitv of th"in taught In Me8a hist ihi tnmidi there are iibout ten who an new. The assignment to the vari ous nWtools is Hit follows: Lincoln or Central building 1'iin clpal, Mif Merriman; first (trade, Alius M.liuim second grade. Miss Klls- intti. ihiid Kriidp. Miss I'emeroy; fiiniih snide, MWs Zina Guthrie. Webster or South building Princi pal. Miss I lilleni'h. First (trade. Miss HillTirh; second (trade. Miss Mairr; third mid fourth grade. Miss Hutchin son. Irving or North building Principal. Miss Alexander. First grade, Miss Matno.ii. Miss 'ooicr and Miss Andra Tiiinston; snonil trade. Miss Nlrrlne, Miss I'aiUlnson and Ignore Dunston; thinl crude, Miss Alexander and Miss Sinndarfe. Franklin or East building Principal. Mr. Greer. Fourth grade. Miss Susa helie Gnlhrie, Mrs. Stoner and Miss 'Hon: Mfth grade. Miss Roger. Miss Tnvis and Miss ItrooUs: sixth crade. Miss Itoe. Miss fain and Miss Johnson. Departmental, seventh and eighth qrade Mrs (taker. Miss Kilse, Miss Miss Wilkson and Mr. Greer. Supervisors Manual training. Mr. fiiinr: domestic science. Miss Park hutst ; music supervisor, Mrs. Jluhor; "upervisor penmanship and art, Miss Khodes: primary supervisor. Miss Mrrriam. from people who have rone through the drouths in Texas. Oklahoma and Kansas, and some of the writers ex press themselves as very anxious to settle where they are not dependent alone upon seasonable rainfall. Notice to Those Interested The seminary work of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Dav Saints will commence next Tuesday. Kepternher 17. 'The classes will he held in the Second Ward chapel and each member of the church in the slake is invited to take up the work. The hoys and girls nt'onding the hich school are especial ly urged to select the work as part of Iholr course this winter. A class In the study of the Book of Mormon, one In the sttidv of the New Testament, one In the study of the old Testament and one in the study of church history will he given. These snhjects will not he classified as per year in the high school, but the class that can be taken up by any stu dent ran be selected. Any information regarding the work will he gladly Riven by the teacher. 1). Dudley Jones. Teacher Seminary class es and students, are invited to consult him nbout the program. TEW1PE JUNIORS TO partment of justice at the univers ity, is spendisr a few days with his brother. Dr. Alexander. Miss Mina lexander of Mesa is also a guest. Visit Daughter Mrs. Ball, mother of Mrs. Eugene Thorp, has returned from Wisconsin to spend the winter with her daughter. Committee Members Mrs. I,eRoy Fike. J. C. Goodwin and M. A. Curry have been named as Tempe members of the United War Work Rally committee. Off to the War Mr. Charles Prather who volun teered sometime ago for Y. M. C. A. work, will leave October l for San Antonio, where he will spend three weeks in preparatory work and then go "oversea." To .the Coav? Mrs. W. .1. Kingsbury and son left Saturday for an overland trip to Los Angeles. Glendale Visitors Mrs. Winsor and Miss Brockoven came over from Glendale Friday eve ning to pass the week-end with friends. Entertains Friends Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Flsk of Camel hnek entertained Rev. and Mrs. Nich olson and Miss Emma French at din ner Thursday evening. Leaving Tempe Mrs. Fred Smith of 2S West Eighth street has rented her house to R. J. Shirley nnl will leave for the coast Oct. 1, for a short visit before Join ing her husband in Oregon. present mm Mrs. Lane Back From Vacation After an absence of some weeks Mrs. H. S. Lane of 'J17 East First avenue, and her young son, have re iiined. Their coming is hailed with delight bv Mr. Lane who is fully con vinced that the life of the summer widower is built up almost entirely of lonely evenings and rrstnurant rating. Move to Phoenix Today Mis. Maud U Shinn and family have arianKcd to move today from their heme on north llibbert, to PhoeniN, where they expect to spend the winter. Increase in Number of Inquiries Miss era Johnson, secretary of the Mesa Commercial club, reports a gratl ivine increase in the number of in iniries as lo homes and land in the valley. The majority of the letters are EXHIBIT IT FAIR TF.MFE, Sept. 16. Roys and girls who are members of the Tempe Can ning Club are busy closing up their summer's work preparatory to exhib iting at the State Fair. These young patriots have been hard at wjslt rt'.TT ing the hot weather conserving food. One small boy alone has canned more than fifty iuarts of fruit. Two dem onstration teams have been formed, one is composed of boys apd the other girls. They will be ready in the near future to show just how the work should be done. STRAYED Sorrel mare, weighs about 1400 lbs., one white hind foot. Had harness on. Phone 83, Tempe Cotton Exchange. Adv. bp WANTED TO RENT A piano. M.-s. Lou Stewart, 948 McAllister Ave. Adv. "t o NEW CASA GRAND HIGH SCHQO E L OPENS CASA GRAN DE, Sept. ir.. The Casa Grande High school opens here on Sep tember 16. This is the first year of the new Union High school, the su perintendent is Merle S. Templeton from Tucson. He has five able high school teachers under him. Florence Compulsory Vaccination Federal, orders now make the vac cination of school teachers and pupils compulsory. It will be necessary to show that one has been vaccinated within five, years before being per mitted to attend school. Doing Well The condition of Mr. Tucker, was operated upon Friday, is pro nounced as satisfactory. Week-end Visitors Ray Alexandi r, instructor in the de- For Sale 40 acres, alfalfa, well fenced, one mile south-east of Meea, good welt water fair buildings, owner, non resident. Price $11,000. Good Terms See, KELLY-DIEHL-ALLEN MESA, ARIZ. year work; Anna C. Taylor will have charge of second year work; Bernice Fleming, the third year, and Marie Harvey the founh year. There will be an engineering course and commer cial course io addition to ail usual regular courses of high schools. The graded schools of Casa Grande will have seven teachers, with Merle S. Templeton as superintendent. Miss Winifred Enslow, formerly one of Casa Grande's school teachers, has returned to the city. The land buying season has oiened up again and as the weather gets cooler we will see more of them. Sev eral autos daily arc. coming into the valley from Phoenix. Cotton and other crops are looking splendid. T. R. Peart of this city has received a cablegram from his son. Lieut. Dan Peart, who has arrived safely in France. Nellie E. Warriner who has been as sistant postmistress here for some tinv has accepted a position wilh the Southern Pacific in Gila Bend, Arizona, and will leave at once to take up her position there. Fred D. TreekeH. father of Don Trekell who owns the big Trekell plantation one mile from town, was in Casa Grande Saturday and Sunday visiting his son and looking after other matters. The Trekell ranch is install ing another big pumping plant. Fred Trekell's home is in Los Angeles. The Sutter democrats held a meet ing here Saturday night at the Air dome. Alexander Murray of Bisbee made an address in support of Fred Sutter. Later on in the evening the Colter democrats held a meeting in the Odd Fellows building. Talks were made by Ward Da ies and others. The Osborn democrats held a meet ing on Monday night at the Odd Fel lows building. Judge Frank Lyman of Phoenix made a very able address in support of Sidney P. Osborn for gov ernor. He said, among other things, that "there was one, and only one is sue in this campaign, it mattered not what Colter said to tjie contrary, and that issue was the I. W. W. question." ITe said: "If it were not for the United States government secret service agents closely patrolling the entire state at this time that every mans property would be in grave danger of being destroyed. That he (Lyman) could he persuaded to vote for any man on any political ticket iu prefernee to a democrat who was in the hands of such a class." Casa Grande has shown herself 100 per cent Amrienn at every stage of the game so far by going over the top in every Liberty loan or Red Cross drive and the good people of this com munity, it does not matter whether democrats or republican, will support Tom Campbell for governor. Out of 302 registered votes there were only 174 votes cast in the pri mary, and only 74 of this number cast for Colter. There was no opposition in the republican primary, consequent ly no vote cast hardly. The normal vote here should be around 425, there being more than 1?" republicans who haven't registered yet. George E. Trnmah of Florence was in Casa Grande Saturday and Sunday. Miss Erin Biogan and nieces Misses Blanch and Elizabeth Morgan, daugh ters of Sam P. Morgan, have returned home alter an extended summer visit in their old homes in Texas and Mississippi. AMERICAN CASUALTY LlSTiyiEIIIO STOLE TWO USES Dairymen of Fowler district will h4d a meeting at Fowler sclioolhouse on Thursday evening. Seyteinlier 19, IflS. at S o'clock. Kindly be present Business of importance. (By The Associated Press) WASHINGTON. Sept. 15. The Al lowing casualties are reported by '.uc 'onimaivtlir.g General of the American Expeditionary Forces: Killed it) action 4 Missing in action "3 Wounded severely Wounild. degree undetermined 5 f Died from accident and other causes 2 Total .' 3 KILLED IN ACTION Lt. Kind 1!. Lauterwasscr, Fordham, New York, N. Y. Privates Joseph T. Desmaiias, Fall River, Mass. Lawrence S. Rawdon. Malta. Mont. Vernet Edward Salsgiver, Pittsburg. Pa. Died From Accident And Other Causes Privates Chas. H. Hill. Lamhertville. X. J. Harold Charles Hubert. Shreveport, X. Y. WOUNDED IN ACTION SEVERELY Lieutenants Harold E. McGlasson. Lincoln. Xeb. Henry Jackson Pleacher, Bedford. Pa. Sergeants Elia J. Rumbarroff. Chicago, III. John T. Dillon. Xew Haven, Conn. James Posey, Clarksville. Tenn. Moses A. Spry, Elmira, Mich. Daniel Mathias Timmens, Xewville. Pa. Jay L. White. Dubois, Pa. Privates Wm. .1. Drew, Hartford. Conn. Deadrick Dupes, Mt. Olive, Tenn. Clayton Jacobs Durborrow, Harris burg. Pa. Thomas J. Ellington. Tittsboro, X. C. Will Elliott. East Ellijay, Ga. Louis Farola. Westvillo. Conn. Fred Franz, Springfield, III. Patrick Frine. Xew Haven. Conn. Alfred Galiipoli, Xew Haven. Conn Xick Guarnieri. Xew Haven. Conn. Paul George Haben, Butler. I'a. Stephen B. Harman. Graham. Va. Frank Clifford Harvey, Franklin, ."a. Cadet C. A. Haugh. Brookville. Pa. Geoi-ge Hill, Hamilton Shedoke, 1'. O. Ontario, Ont. . William John Palmer. Franklin, Pa. Anthony Pane. Xevv Haven. Conn. Robert H. Perkins. Berryville. Ark. Henry Walter Perry. Orr. Okla. Joseph John Pilus, Xewburg. X. Y. George Vernon Porter, Franklin, Pa. Tuskio Raney. Public. Ky. John E. Rass, Spencer. Wis. Cecil Wavne Reynolds, Smithpoit, Pa. Robert Fisher Kicallon, Franklin. Pa. Charles William Rodmaker, Enh int. Dauphin Co., Pa. Antonio Rosnno. ( orona, L. I.. X. . Raymond A. Russell, Waterbury, Conn. 1 Charles Smith, Jackson, Ky. Charles V. Suprenant, Thompson ville. Conn. i'eter S. Trembulik. Hartford, Coun. Richard Yandormoar, Seattle. Wash. Clifford Ward Washburn, Buffalo, X. Y . Harold Wingert. Crawfordsville, Ind. Stanley Wisse, Detroit. Mich. Bernard Worden, Pelican Rapids, Minn. Howard T. Young. Westby, Wis. WOUNDED IN ACTION DEGREE UNDETERMINED Corp. Julius R. Faith, Tamalio, 111. Privates Charles Roy Bonham, Beaver City, X'eli. Ralph Chestnut, Arau, Russia (ninou Joe Dennicto, Tyroinio. Italy. Phillip Maquar. Xew Orleans. La. MISSING IN ACTION Privates Raymond L. Horn. Raland. Ohio., Joseph W. Hunt. Brook. Ind. John Jesselskis, Rumford. Me. Jess Johnson. Blackwater. Ya. Oscar A. Johnson. Burtrum. Minn. Charles L. Jones Eden. Utah. Emit J; Karnik, Olivia. Minn. George E. Kirkman. wTieatcroft, Ky. Henry K. I,aine. Clinton, Ind. Fred C. Rcnsing, Browns Yallev, Minn. Harry H. Labuy. Rosholt. Wis. William G. Laplante. Haverhill, Miss Leo J. ljivoie. Lowell, Mass. Don F. Ienburg, Hobart. Ind. Charlie Lindsten. Leeman, Wis. Harrison W. Love. Oshkosh, Wis. Maurice L. McDermott, Loogoolec, Ind. Generoso Orascetti, Fano. Pa.-:U, Italy. Flint Parker. Ilackleburg. Ala. Leroy Parker, Houston. Tex. Ray E. Parker. Churchill. Tenn. Joe Albert raszkiewicz, Ottov.a Lake, Mich. Edwin Peterson. Butte. Mont. Ignatz Plaski. Milaukee, Wis. Charles W. Rcid. Greenville. S. C. John W. Riley. Cambria, Wis. Lawrence Simmon Roof, Ottawa. Ohio. Peter J. Schmidt. Eauclaire. Wis. Cecil R. Shenk, Akron. Ohio. John P. Smorowski, Chicago. III. Julius R. Tienemann. Oetroit, Mich. Willie Witherow, Gainsville. Ga. Roy Zurick, Ramey, Pa. URGE REGISTERED ITOJOINOLASS tip Gerno). Attention of the men who have just legistcted for military service is called to the classes that have been formed for their benefit in which they may he trained in work vitally essential to the government in the successful prosecu tion of the war. In all probability every physically fit man in the United States who is not placed in a deferred class will be called upon to serve his country in the pres ent war. The army needs artieans. There is at present a large deficiency. These new registrants may helf their country by enrolling in an emergency war training class. Those who have the foresight to take one of these courses not only will pie pare themselves to better serve their country, but will enable them to earn more than the regular pay of the or dinary unqualified soldier. The courses now offered are1 in wire less telegraphy, automobile repairing, motor truck driving and blacksmith ing. It is all free and the classes are held in the evenings, at 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock, four times a week. It is the opinion of I. Colodny, direc tor of these classes, that at least 1,000 registrants should take advantage of these classes and enroll at once. Xo matter how many apply, there will be classes formed and teachers secured to care for all. For any further infor mation in regard to these classes tele phone 42U1 or call upon Mr. Colodny at the state house. Deputy Sheriff J. E. O'Neill left last night for Casa Grande to brin to Phoe nix two men captured there and held under a charge of horse stealing. The horses are said to have been stolen from the Cowboy corral in Phoenix last Fri day. Two men went to that corral and rented the two horses for a few hours. The few hours- elapsed and tile men with the horses did not return, and the matter was reported to Sheriff W. II. Wilky. The two horses and their rid ers were traced south, but were lost sight of below the river. Word was sent ahead with the result that the sehriffs office received word from Casa Grande that the deputy sheriff there had at rested two men and taken into custody two horses answering the description of those stolen from the Cowboy corral. The horses were' almost dead from exhaustion, the Casa Grande officer reported, and it was necessary to put them to pasture. o A Statement Phoenix, Arizona, September 11. l'.iis. Until I have had an opportunity to personally aeknowloge the congratula tions and good wishes hat have been reaching me today I am taking tlu' liberty of the press to express the gratitude I feel to the voters of the state for the honor they have conferred upon me. Everyone who has followed my cam paign and the results justify me in believing there are quite number must know thai I have a very, keen sense of the responsibility that has been placed upon me. Mv one plea to the people has been that it is abso lutely vital for every citizen to take a keen personal interest in politics or government. By nominating me. I be lieve the people have signified that. they arc absolutely alive to their per sonal responsibility and believe tha' to the extent of my power and ability I will represent all the neoule That above all 1 shall try to accomplish, and oeiiee I have so conducted my pri mary campaign that it will be possible for every voter to give me whole hearted support entirely regardless oT previous affiliations. At least that has been my aim. and reinforced bv success I shall even more firmlv if that is possible insist that the cam paign for the general election be con ducted in accordance with the tradi tions worthy of our party and with malice to none. I find no ill feeling in my heart for either of my opponents nor anv of their supporters and. I will use every effort within my power to create har mony in the party and establishe a better understanding between capital and labor. We can (hen with united and intense action more quickly win the war. I have never claimed jv greater loy alty than that possessed by any tried and true American, but I do claim that at this time we can best show our loy alty by our undivided support of the democray of President Wilson. And on that (lemorcacv I stand, and ask for support as the candidate of an tin divided democracy in Arizona. I shall have more to say later, but today find it impossible to sa'y more than ' Thank you." , FRED T. COLTER. M. 6tewart Phone 1563 STEWARTS CYCLERY "The Bike Hospital" Corner of Adams and Second Sts. Wholesale and Retail Tarts furnished for all makes of olcycles. Bicycles, bicycle tires, sun dries and repairing. Truck and ve hicle rubber tires. I Miill!)iiinM.irilli.l..iillliii.ifHiailli.....iiiillmui JJ, , TIMELY. HINTS AND SUGGESTIONS ABOUT BUILDING. It it. Ullllli ,(llllHi..,iii(1ll1li1.lllH..miltlii,,milll)ltt,WatlllIlllfc raitiiUUhlMiMriMitmilllti.i.utiOiiitMiitiKiutiiltilt.iiHtiiiihlUMiMiiKli HedlHkitiKto lumiiwiaiiiiPiuiiuiainilht i I c r1 T- f l 1l w w A r e s a m mm n I e e m s a r e wo a. a n " i 1 1 t. v i v n t j r iwn i i c i DUitLcna o aur,rrUT ucHutJ m illlllUUullUanuUWMffluUIIttm L W. GREER PLUMBING. AND HEATING Phone 1286 446-44 W. Washington Phoenix. Arts. C. W. CISNEY CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Phono 1309 South Third St Phoenix. Aria. If It s Palntf ng, Jonea Does It W. W. JONES, Contractor Also Furniture Repairing and Re ft nlshing House and sign Painting Phone 1803 119 N. Second Ave. ClintonCampbell GENERAL CONTRACTING Builder of Fine Homes 145 W. Monroe Phone 846 Knabe and Other Players Victor Victrolas, Records. "Everything Musical" REDEWILL MUSIC CO. Established 1881 A. Casa Redewill, Vice President Phoenix, Arizona D. H. BURTIS PLUMBER AND TINSMITH 29 N. First Avenue We have a complete stock of hardware for the builder. Let us figure your list. Palace Hardware & Arms Co. 14-1 W. Washington rhoenix, Aria. Phones: 1858, 1943 Henry K. Behn Manufacturer' Agent Construction and Fireproof Materials Central Bank Bldg. Phoenix, Ariz J. C. STEELE Concrete Construction Contractor Office 1011 W. Jefferson Phone 3107 Bertram Electric Company Electrical Contractors and Engineers 16 South Center Street Phone 3081 Phoenix, Arizona E. THOMA Electric Lighting Fixtures our Specialty 119 W. Monroe. Phone 1418 HOME BUILDERS Have built and sold over 200 houses. build homes and sell them to you upon the' monthly installment plan. We own our planiur; mill and buy material in large quan tities, thus giving us the advantage of building for less tbaii the average contractor. Hfr.i " HI issn . at Matthews Paint Co. PAINT MANUFACTURERS, JOBBERS, IMPORTERS Pratt & Lambert Varnishes, Matthews Paint Phono 1C59 2,9 N. c.nt9, Mosaic Tile is both durable and sanitary nothing belter for bath rooms. .Esti mates given on application. Come and see samples Vernon L. Clark Phone 646 145 West Monroe St If You Want to Build or Repair anything. Phone us. We will send you a reliable man either for carpenter work, cement work or plastering. You will save money by buying from us BENNETT LUMBER CO. Phones 1211-1247 TH. 100, 1124 North First Avenue Phone 4436 For Wirinfj or Fixtures S:e New State Electric Supply & Fixture Co. Write "Yc Planry" Editor, Arizona Republican, for complete information about these homes, free. "YE PLANRY" BARN NO. 261.? Designed for Compactness and Utility Unnecessary space and every thing useless was elimi nated in this barn; every stick of lumber used in its con struction ha3 a duty to perform. The interior arrange ments call for 17 stalls, with litter alleys. Through the centeris a very wide feed alley. In the rear is a .very large pen. The loft is ample and affords large floor space for storage. The size is 34x41. For a medium priced barn this design will please tho critical. PHOENICIA $275.00 Now at corner Adams and Seventh avenue. Terms as low as $50 down. Call, phone or write. PAUL M. STEINCE, 1627 E. ADAMS Phone 1698, 1609, 4979 INVEST IN REAL ESTATE Every dollar invested in Phoenix Rsal Estate means more support to the progress of 0'ir city. Cities are built by home builders men and women who have faith in our town and back that faith by their money. You know that Phoenix today is recognized as a bustling, hustling city we cannot afford to back step invest today in Real Estats. v 228 West Washington St. Phoenix. Arizona Heme and Building Information FURNISHED FREE WITH OUR LUMBER AND BIATERIALS JUST A PART OF OUR SERVICE If you have in mind even a vague, visionar idea of the home you want We've got a picture of it. " Let's eliminate all possible chance of disappointment when you get ready to build. ."Ye Planrv" Homes Exclusively alley's Lumber Company 1204 PHONES 1224 ' - ' O'M Valley Lumber Co. Building Materials of All Kinds Phones,: 760 and 1862 Branch Yard: Tempe and Mesa The J. H. Mulrein PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. (Incorporated) 428 South Second Avenue See H. H. Shoup for Lumber 531. E, Washington Telephone 3002 Cement Pipe Co. S45 East Jackson St. Don't let your stock drink standing water. We are making a concrete wa tering trough at low price. Come and see it. SAFE THAN ITS ROOF When building or making repairs de mand Johns-Manville Flexstone As bestos Roofing. For sale by . PHOENIX ROOFING CO. T. J. Smith, Mgr. 323 W. Washington Phone 1074 Rich Hardware Co. PAINT FURNACES ; Steel 435 South Third Ave. Phone 1870 ARIZONA CORNICE WORKS F. M. and T. H. THORNTON i HEATING AND VENTILATING Estimates furnished on all classes of Sheet Metal Work 1217 West Jefferson Phono 1373 PHOENIX, ARIZONA Phoenix Planing Mill Sash, Doors and Screen.--. Wc make Fruit Boxes and Crates. Got our prices on rortable and Ready Cut Houses. Thone 6JL7 502 S. First Ave.