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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1918
BRINGING UP FATHER
By George McManus
(Copyright 1917, by International News Service)
LECTURE COURSE TO
OPEN MONDAY
NIGHT
MfcSA. Oct. . The first number of
the winter Lyceum course being given
under the auspices of Mesa. Union High
Fchool will appear tomorrow night at
the Orpheum. Superintendent Mat
thews stated yesterday that more sup
ort la being given the Lyceum In ad
ance from the public of Mesa than
that of last winter. The bill for to
morrow night Is the "Musical Guards
man." a singing military orchestra.
The price for the course Is the same
s last year, $2 for the season ticket
and 75 cents for the single admissions.
Opening Sessions of M. I. A.
The Mutual Improvement associa
tion of the Church of Latter Day
Paints will take up Its winter work at
the opening sessions which are to be
held in all wards tonight. The M. I.
A. ceases Ms general activities during
th summer when the Bee Hive Girls
hKin their program of work. The lat
tr closed Its season with the dance of
Friday night given In the Vance audi
t"i ium.
Mora Mess Firms Go Over th Top
Now rome the Lesueur Grocery com
pany and the Mesa Oarage and are
added to the other Mesa firms who
have gone over the top with a full 100
per cent purchase of Liberty bonds,
the entire force of both establishments
having Invested In the bonds of the
present loan.
Popular Salesman Returns to Mesa
.1. K. Marks and family have return
ed to Mesa after a stay of several
months In Illinois. This is the second
return of Marks to Mesa, and since he
annot remain away, his friends are
hoping that he will cease trying. Each
time during his residence in Mesa he
has been with the Lesueur-Spilsbury
company, and is now back at the same
place once more.
New Store Has Pleasing Appearance
The C. C. Jarrett company Is now
FOR SALE
Near Mesa City
80
Acres, nearly all alfalfa, good build
ings, fencing, east of Mesa near
Eastern Canal Ideal for stock.
Price $15,000. Terms.
MONEY TO LOAN
KELLYDIEHL- ALLEN
Agents
MESA, ARIZ.
M. L. Gibbons
ME8A, ARIZ.
Phone 222
Funeral Director and Embatmer
Lady Attendant
comfortably located in the new quar
ters adjoining the former place of busi
ness. Mr. Jarrett has been in busi
ness in Mesa for the past four years.
and a fitting illustration of the growth
of his business is shown in the state
ment made yesterday to one of his em
ployes when he said that the present
value of the hosiery stock in the store
represents about the entire amount
of money placed in the original store
by Jarrett. The new room is airy and
commodious.
Mesa Church Services
Methodist Church: 10 o'clock, Bible
school; 11, morning worship. Pastor's
topic, "The Kind of Minister the
Church Wants and the Kind of Minis
ter the Church Needs." S o'clock,
evening worship; sermon by the pas
tor. The public cordially invited. D,
H. Reid, pastor.
Latter Day Saints: The annual
ward conferences will begin today
with the following appointments for
the month: October 6, Lehi and La
veen, Alrria Davis, forenoon at Lehi,
and Stake presidency afternoon and
night; Laveen, J. J. Huber. October
13, Chandler, President J. W. Lesueur;
Mesa, second ward, Elder C. W. Lilly
white; Mesa, first ward, President O.
S. Stanley. October 20. Rav. Pres. J.
W. Lesueur; Papago, Elder D. P.
Jones; Haydcn, Pres. O. S. Stapley.
October 27, Alma, Pres. O. S. Stapley;
Gilbert, Pres. J. W. Lesuer; Phoenix,
forenoon. Alma Davis afternoon and
evening, the Stake presidency. Casa
Grande will meet with Chandler ward;
the Pipe conference already has been
held. Wednesday of this week in the
first ward chapel will be held the Stake
Priesthood meeting at 8 o'clock in the
evening and the Stake officers' meet
ing will be on Oct. 15 at 3 p. m. in
the second ward chapel.
Christian Science society will hold
services Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Subject, "Unreality." Sunday school
is at 9:45 a. m. The Wednesday even
ing testimonial and experience meet
ing is at 8 o'clock. A free public read
ing room is maintained at the church.
which is open from 3 to 5 o'clock each
day except Sundays and holidays. At
this room a welcome Is extended to all,
and the Bible and authorized litera
ture concerning Christian Science may
tie read, borrowed or purchased if de
sired. All are cordially Invited to at
tend church services.
Will Rebuild Store Room
At last one of the unsightly ruins on
Main street resulting from the fire of
a number of months ago will be re
placed by a modern brick structure,
the Kleinman bothers having com
menced the reconstruction of the
building. Practically every store room
in town Is occupied and there It a de
mand for more quarters for business
purposes.
Mesa Stores Have Busy Day
Yesterday was a busy day in the
Mesa business houses. The big fall
opening sale of the Toggery drew
crowds into that popular mart of trade,
and while almost too busy to talk ad
vertising, George A. Johnson, the pro
prietor, 'phoned in to "Save him half
of the south side page so he could tell
the folks about It." His request was
complied with, as witness this issue.
Class Officers Elected
The freshman class of the high school
is now organized and ready to transact
any and all class matters. So eager
were they to organize that they called
a meeting after school Thursday. The
election of officers showed plainly that
a great many of the first-year students
had been doing a little campaigning,
for the contestants ran a very close
race in the final count.
The election resulted as follows:
President, Jess Skousen: vice-presi
dent, Reginald Bryan; secretary, Rilla
Soloman; treasurer, Floyd Davis;
cheer leader, Ward Diehl; chorister,
Truman Pasley; sergeants at arms.
Robert Ruse, Julian Woods. Earl
Kleinman and Raymond Meeker.
The officers are now busy working
upon their various committees, who
will plan out the entire year of class
affairs.
TEfEIIN'SCLUB
BEGINS NEW S
E
SON
to have passed the danger point and
is on the gain.
TEMPE, Oct. 6 The first meeting
of the Woman's club, held at the home
of Mrs. Howard Brown- October 5, was
a decidedly pleasant social affair. The
rooms were handsomely decorated with
flags and choice roses. There was a
splendid attendance and much enthusi
asm shown for the work of the com
ing year. A short business session was
held at which it was voted to buy a
Fourth Liberty Loan bond and to
change the club day from Friday to
Thursday so as not to conflict with
the Red Cross day. The secretary
read messages of greeting from Mrs.
O. u. Watson, former president of the
club, and from Mrs. Guild, president
of the state federation of clubs. Miss
Delzell sang popular war songs which
were heartily entjored. The refresh
ments were prepared by Mrs. McEI
herren, Mrs. Grant JoneB, Mrs. Hight
and Miss Frankinburg. They con
sisted of ice cream Bweetened with
honey and cakes made with barley and
rice flour. The most critiiMj food
fancier could have found no fault with
their deliciousness. Miss Joe Frank
inburg contributed an ample quan
tity of fresh dates. The next meeting
will be held October 17.
NOTICE TO GASOLINE USERS
The garages and service stations of
the town of Mesa desiring to comply
with government requests will not be
open for the sale of gasoline after 6
o'clock each evening, including Satur
days. ; p
o
LOST Thin model Waltham,
mans open face watch. Reward for
return to Ralph McDonald, or the
Brown Mer. Co. n
Move to Army Quarters
Ernest Pafford writes from Tucson
that all members of the Students'
Training corps have been moved into
itrguiar array quarters since uctooer
1. Ernest -Is already a corporal and
knowing the young man's energetic
qualities, his friends will not be sur
prised to hear of further promotion.
Pastor's Reception Pleasant
The reception given by the Congre
gational people to Rev. Douglas 'and
family was a very enjoyable occasion.
A goodly number were present to wel
come the pastor and his family, who
have recently arrived in Tempe. Prof.
J. B. Griffing gave the address of wel
come in behalf of the church, and Rev.
Taylor and Nicholson in behalf of the
other churches jof the community.
There were several musioiil numbers
and readings. Refreshments were
served.
Mr. and Mrs. Painter Return
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Painter have re
turned from Long Beach to make their
home in Tempe.
Visitors From Los Angeles
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Campbell are
visiting Mrs. Campbell's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Painter. They will
return to Los Angeles Monday and Mr.
Campbell will soon go to San Pedro
training camp as a member of the
heavy artillery branch of army work.
Dr. Moeur Improving
Dr. Moeur, who has been seriously
threatened with pneumonia, is reported
Modern Woodmen end Royal Neighbors
On Monday evening, October 7, there
will be a meeting of the M. W. O. A.
and also of the R. N. O. A. Every
member is requested to be present and
bring their families. Refreshments
will be served and a social time en-
Joyed
Resolution to Be Enforced
The city, council wishes it to be
clearly understood that the "clean-up"
resolution passed at the special meet
ing held Thursday evening, will be
rigidly enforced. This Is to safeguard
the public health and property owners
should give It Immediate attention.
Tempe Church Notices
Methodist: Sunday school at 10 a.
m., E. O. Whitcomb, superintendent,
Preaching at 11 o'clock. Subject: "A
Good Fight." In the evening the
monthly patriotic service will be held.
Letters will be read from the boys at
the front. A short address on the
"Breaking of the Central Powers" will
be given by the pastor.
Christian: Services helU in the Odd
Fellows hall. Sunday school at 10
o'clock. Preaching at 11 o'clock by
the pastor. "What Are We Coming
KlearflaX
LINEN RUGS
l v- For very Upom in the House
,OLORS that blend with war. Thrva.mar.f AfTl
ican grown flax which no Gov
ernment need requires. Made
in a factory where water- power
saves coal. 80S women work.
ers release men for service.
your walls and set off your
furniture, are the colors of
Klearflax Linen Rugs. And
durability is their justifica
tion. Made in nch, solid tones
only-rose,gray blue, taupe, Revcrs;ble, dust-resisting,
black, greens and browns- j moth f flat.lyin
.7 wo OI,naX; r " a chly colored, Klearflax
t Ya TJJaTa LIncn RuS are r.time, all.
multiplied a hundredfold! time mot every tOQ
Klearflax Linen Rugs save the house as well as for con
wool and cotton needed for tract work. -4
AT LEADING STORES
KLEARFLAX LINEN RUG COMPANY, DULUTH, MINN.
To?" Endeavor at 7:30 o'clock. No
evening service.
Congregational: Bible school at 18
o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock.
Communion and reception of members
with a brief sermon on "Finding One's
Own Company." Young Peoples' meet
ing at 7:30 o'clock. Evening service
at 8:15 o'clock. Theme: "We Needs
Must Love the Highest When We See
It," or "How Shall We Think of Hu
man Nature?"
Ladies! It will pay you to read
iHyder's advertisment on this page
today. Adv. 1
On this page today is an announce
ment by Hyder that will be of special
Interest to the ladies. Read it. Adv. 1
Class in Dancing
for high school boys and girls, will
open Monday at 4 o'clock at the
SCHOOL OF MUSIC.
Tuition $6.00 for term of 12 lessons.
D IF YOU MISS YOUR PAPER '
City subscribers who do not re
ceive The Arizona Republican
promptly should telephone the cir
culation department, phone 4331,
before 8 o'clock in the morning
and a copy will be immediately
sent them.
Toggery's Fall Opening Sale Began Saturday With a Mighty Rus
It Continues and You Will Want Some of the Splendid Values Bought From Every Part of the Valley
$15.00 Sale of Men's Suits, Value $35.00
Here's one of the most interesting items of the day. All wool, hand-tailored suits, in such makes
as L. System, Hirsch Wickwire & Michael Stern a fortunate purchase by our New York of fice.
Suits of tan, grey, brown and olive, in worsteds, cassimeres and mixtures; values to $35 Fall
opening sale .-. . . .; .$15.00
$19.75 SALE MEN'S SERVICE
SUITS
An all-wool suit in Army Service Cloth of tan,
Norfolk style.
Another better grade ot $24.50
Visit our Clothing Department and be con
vinced that it is Economy and Conservation to
buy hand-tailored Hart, Schaffner & Marx
Clothes. Every garment guaranteed. Fall
opening sale
$19.75, $24.50, $27.50, $30.00, $32.50,
$39.50, to $50.00
SALE OF MEN'S FLANNEL
SHIRTS
Id point of quality, variety of patterns, colors
and make, our line of full cut, union-made Flan
nel Shirts is a revelation. Especially priced for
Fall opening week at .
$1.98, $2.50, $2.98, $3.50, $4.50, $5.50
SALE OF LEATHER GLOVES
AT 79c
Feveral hundred pairs of fine leather gvintlet
gloves, an exceptional value at $1.25. During
Fall opening sale.... .... .....79o
Auto Cloves at $2.50 to $4.98
All leather Hansen Gloves $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50
Canvas Gloves 10c, 12'2C, 19o
BIG SAVINGS ON LITTLF
THINGS
lArge White Handkerchiefs 6o
Men's Colored Sox . ...,10o
Blue and Red Bandanas.. 10o
Boston Pad Garters v... 23o
Men's Leather Belts ........ 39e
Extra Good Suspenders .. 39c
Boys' Suspenders .. ...,15o
leather Gloves 790
Extra Good Work Shirts 79o
Men's Department
SALE OF MEN'S OVERCOATS
The new lines are now in Hart, Schaffner &
Marx, in a variety of Melton Cloths, mixtures
and gaberdines; cheaper lines of hand-tailored
Overcoats. Make your selections now at
$14.50, $15.00, $16.50, $18.50, $20.00,
$22.50, $25.00 to $35.00
$1.69 FOR MEN'S HEAVY COT
TON RIBBED UNIONS
72 dozens of these fine Jersey Ribbed Suits have
Just been opened up for this sale. Compare with
what others offer at $2,00. $2l00 values, Fall
opening sale price $1.69
$2.50 values. Fall opening sale price ......$1.89
Heavy Ribbed Shirts and Drawers at......98o
Wool Fleeced Shirts and Drawers at- $1.23
Men's Gild Edge, all wool Unions .., ..
$2.50, $3.50, to $5.00
L. D. S. GARMENTS AT $1.65
A fine garment In soft combed yarn, bleached
$.5
Unbleached medium ribbed garment.. ....$1.89
All wool garments .... .... ..$2.98
MEN'S BIB OVERALLS $1.85
Plain blue, expressman stripes and Stlfels n-
digo fast color overalls full cut no skimpy
make and your size is here. Especially priced
for Fall opening sale $1.85
MEN'S KHAKI PANTS $1.45
Not a dyed drill, but a genuine Lawrence Khaki,
full cut tunnel loops cuff bottom. Colors are
light khaki and olive. A regular $2.00 value;
Fall opening sale .. ..$1.45
SALE OF MEN'S HOSIERY
7 PAIRS FOR $1.00
One hundred dozen of these fine soz go on sals.
Colors are grey, tan. black, lavender and white
an exceptionally good value at 20c; Fall open
ing sale ...... ..7 pairs for $1.00
4 ill)
I
SALE
OF Women's, Misses' and
Children's Coats
It's simply wonderful, marvelous, the Coat values we are offering in this great sale. In
the face of high-priced wool, you'll certainly appreciate these values and you'll have oc
casion to regret deeply if this opportunity is overlooked.
SALE OF MISSES AND CHILDREN'S
COATS
Such a wonderful variety more than 200 to select from.
Come direct from our New York buyers. Tou cannot bay
the material for the price of these beautiful Coats. Note
prices: $2.49 for Children's "Teddy Bear" Coats. Colors are
white, red and navy; ages 2 to 6. Sale price $2.49
Main Floor
$9.49 FOR WOMEN'S ALL WOOL CHIN
CHILLA COATS
S5 of these fine Coats, a fortunate "scoop" by our New Tork
office. These values cannot be duplicated for more than
twice what we ask for them. Styles are semi-fitting, box
back and pinch back effects. All sizes. Sale price. .$9.49
Main Floor
$15.98 SALE OF WOMEN'S SILK PLUSH
COATS
Beautiful Plush Coats excellent lining, hand-made, covered
utt s; both kaltod and loose fitting models. Values are
4M.M. Sato price . $15,98
Main Floor
$8.49 FOR WOMEN'S ALL WOOL BLACK
COATS
All wool Coata. Of black Melton Cloth, sizes 36 to 46 a value
well worth $18.00 Sale Price ...$8.49
Main Floor
RIBBONS! RIBBONS!!
Ribbons for the school girls, in floral effects and plain col
ors; regular 29c values for 23c
Regular 69c values, extra wide, sale price 39c
WIDE CAMISOLE RIBBONS FOR 89c
The regular $1.00 kind; comes in a large range of beautifully
embossed patterns; regular $1 value, sale price 89c
$4.98 for Misses' Coats, in Scotch Mixtures, plain collar and
cuffs. Sizes 6 to 14 years, and are regular $10 values. Sale
price , $4.98
Main Floor
$8.98 sale Misses" fine Corduroy Coats, in colors of army
tan, excellent linings. A regular $18.50 value. Sale price $8.98
Main Floor
$10.50 sale Black Silk Plush Coats for Misses, trimmed with
beaver collor and cuffs; belt effects; regular $19.50 value:
sale price $10.50
SALE OF NOTIONS .
Spool Cotton, full 200 yards - 3o
J. & P. Coats Darning Cotton, 3 for 10c
Good grade Brass Pins 4o
Safety Pins, all sizes 4c
Hair Pins, good grade 4c
Children's Hair Ribbon Clasps, 2 for 15c
Val. Laces and Insertions, yd 5c
Colgate's Talcum Powder 19c
Good Toilet Soap, 12 cakes for 48c
Bottle Colgate's Perfumes 23c
Colgate's perfumed Hand Soap 12'2c
MEN'S MAKDTAW COATS
Contracted for nine months ago before the
tremendous raise in all woolens Come In beau
tiful plaids, plain colors and combinations;
specially priced for Fall opening sale at., ....
$6.98, $7.98,' $9.50, $10.50, $12.50, to $19.50
MENS AND BOYS' SWEATERS
Sweater coats, Army Sweater Vests and Coats
Jerseys for men and boys', such a multitude of
good values Don't waste your time looking
elsewhere. Specially priced for Fall opening
sale at 98c, $1.49, $1.98. $2.98, $3.98, $5.00, $6.00,
$650, $750, $9.00," $10.00, $11.00, 1250,
MEN'S FINE SOFT SHIRTS, $1.98
Shirts of fine grey Lorraine Cloth, heavy Soisettee,
fine Satin-striped Madras, cloth; full cut garments,
union made, in colors of plain white; tan, grey and
fancy stripes value to $3.00; qq
Fall opening sale - J)x0
Men's Department-
. VISIT OUR READY-TO-WEAR AND MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
Such loveliness, such enchanting styles. This neat little department was never so replete with the Season's Newest in WOMEN'S APPAREL. Every, day brings something new from our New
York office. See the New Things. They are Priced economically for Our Fall Opening Sale. Mrs. Beck will gladly welcome you x ;
HE
TOGG
Mesa, Ariz.
Geo. A. Johnson
Proprietor
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