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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, 1918
. . ...... : i . PAGE NINETEEN SOUTHSIDE NEWS V. D. JOHNSON, MANAGER, PHONE 85R, MESA TEMPE AGENCY Mrs. Chas. Prather at Brown Mercantile Co.; Ph. 71 TEMPE CORRESPONDENT Mp. a W. Persons, Phone 114 GILBERT AGENCY Mrs. Schultx at Postoffice MESA CORRESPONDENT Vera D. Johnson, Phone. 85R CHANDLER AGENCY Gardner Drug Co.; Phone 34 CHANDLER CORRESPONDENT S. A. Meyer, Phone 32 TEMP E BOYS WRITE IT ALL IS WELL TEiIPE, Liec. V,. Many Tempo people are rejoicing over news received from the boys at the front This is the first that has been received since the armistice was sipned and it is a matter of great rejoicing to know that iliey are safely throukh tho last battle. Hubbard Moour writes that he re covered from his shrapnel wound in limo to get into the last engagement, which he describes as a terrible 'affair and in which many of his company lust their lives. Thanks Anderson ;ind Dudley Windes are well and on their way into Germany. Two letters were received irom Ben Kobbins, who also speaks of the fierceness of the last battle. Ins regiment is one of those desig nated to go on into Germany. Clarenco Clark was also at the front and is welL Merton Itice also writes cheering news to his people. Cyrus Davis Returns 'yrus Davis has been visiting his tempo friends for a few days before 'oavinff for his home in Long Beach. He has just received his discharge lrom military duLics. Mrs. Borrowdale Arrives Mrs. C. T. Borrowdale, a former resident of Tempe, has arrived from tan Diego to spend the Christmas sea son with relatives. REunr Maccabees Will Meet The regular meeting of the Maccabees-will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2;30 o'clock. Tho election of of ti ters rwill take place and a good at tendance ia hoped for. Meeting of Modern Woodmen There will be a meeting of the Mod ern Woodmen Monday evening at s o'clock. There will be an election of officers. All members are asked to be I resort. W. S. 5. IH MESA MESA, Ariz., Dec. 14. Monday Mrs. W. R. Stewart. Tuesday Mrs. W. C. Denson. Wednesday Mrs. W. E. Walters. Thursday Mrs. W. J. Clemans. Friday Mrs. J. A Fraser. Saturday Mrs. .1. J. Coffin. Attention, Thrift Stamp Pledgers Your pledges are now due and pay able. The ladies above have charge of the Thrift Stamp booths for the balance of the year. Mesa, Lehi, Almar and Jor dan are .behind about $45,000. This amount should be purchased by Jan uary 1, 1319. Let us see that Mesa district does not fall below their apportionment. O. S. STAPLEY, Chairman These May Have Cotton Ginned Dec. IS th J. A. Wise, T. B. Croswell, J. B. Huber, and J. A. Parker. Dec. 19th C. T. Lesueur, H. C. Ru pur, R. N. Gillespie, N. E. Anderson, Alex Cummins, It. F. Kempton, Get.-. Eth'eridge. Children Help Red Cross The children of the Latter Day Saints' primary are assisting in the work of the Red Cross. They have turned in many articles to be sent for use in the hospitals. The list comprises 150 wash cloths, 11 afghans, a large supply, of handkerchiefs and bed socks. All of the above have been made by the children under the direction of their efficient leaders. 5 Royal Neighbors to Meet The Royal Neighbors will meet Mon day vening at 8 o'clock to elect offi cers. : Charles Stewart Here from Ranch Mr-, Charles Stewart is here from his Kl.e'p ranch near Florence to spend a tew jays with his family. o I'se The Republican Classified Pages for Results Read for Profit. Ma L. Gibbons MESA, ARIr. Phone 222 Funeral Director and Embatmer Lady Attendant Wn Memoriam Tin dignified appointments of the modern funeral are as 'much a memorial of the deceased as the shaft that is afterwards erected to their memory. Our undertaking establishment is at tho disposal of those who' are looking for quiet, elegance at a moderate price. H. M. Maus 311 Nortn First Ave. Phones 1570-1929 Recovered From Infl Mrs. O. P. Greer, who has been ill with influenza for same time at hei ranch home on the Roosevelt road, ta able to sit up again. Professor Greer and the other members of the family have managed to escape the epidemlu thus far. J. C. Craig, poultry buyer, of Los Angeles, has been seriously ill at the Emergency hospital, but has been dis charged and will leave shortly for his home. at tne church, which is open from 3 to 5 o'clock each day except Sundays and uuuuaya. At uus room a welcome is extended to all, and the bible and au thorized literature concerning Chris tian Science may be read, borrowed oi purchased If desired. All aro cordially invited to attend church services. Kichenbroner's 2256. Orchestra. Phone 1-bl GRIPS WEHE FILLED WITH CEDAR MESA, Dec. 15. W. B. Tabor was taken- from the Union Stage here yes terday enroute to Globe, charged with having whiskey in his possession. Plainclothes man Crowe, of Phoenix, suspecting that Tabor's two heavy va Uses must contain something other than wearing apparel, started out aftet the man who had in the meantime left Phoenix on the stage. Arriving at Mesa, he at once hunted up the local officers to arrange for an auto for further pur suit, but it was found that the stage had not left Mesa, and Tabor with two grips full of very excellent Cedar Brook whiskey was taken before Judge Kings bury, who set the preliminary trial for Monday at 9 o'clock. Tabor claims to be from California, James Scott Returns Jams Scott, prominent sheep man, came down from the northern part of the state recently. His sheep are being brought to this section of the country where they will be kept until spring. Back in United States Word has b n received here thnt Jim Wallace who is on the IT. S. s Oklahoma is again in the United States from overseas. It is expected that he win oe released shortly and return again to Mesa. Ross Kingsbury Lll Ross, the son of Judge and Mrs. R. A. Kinffsburv. is rennrfprl a GuffArin-, with influenza. Young Kingsbury has u:t-n working ai me emergency hos pital ever since the he?innini "nf th epidemic. CHURCH NOTICES Baptist Church Services will be held todav at the Baptist church. The building has been cleaned and fumigated. Rev. J. Law rence Bell, the pastor, will preach at both services. Methodist Church Services will be held todav at the Methodist church. Rev. D. E. Reid oc cupying the pulpit. Latter Day Saints Xo pen-ices nf any nature will '.n. held either at Mesa, Chandler or Gil bert, the church authorities deeming it advisable to wait one more Sunday on account if the possibility of a renewal of the influenza. Christian Science Society Christian Science society will hold services this morning at 11 o'clock. Subject "God, the Preserver of Man." Sunday School is at 9:45 a. m. The Wednesday eveninr testimonial ano experience meeting is at 8 o'clock. A tree public reading room is maintained ona nits We have fancy Christmas Boxes, filled with hand picked, selected and assorted Arizona citrus fruits Will ship any quantity any where. i We handle carload lots. Phoenix Fruit & Produce Co vll9 W. Jefferson St. Phone 1402 Red Cross Raises Money lesterday by noon the local branch had secured 1206.26 in its honor roll campaign. The Republican erred tht other day when it was stated that $900 had been received, representing 900 members. Up to date there have been enrolled 641 members, the balance oi the money having come as donations. Handsome honor roll window posters have been received and yesterdav a number of the workers were visiting the business houses in the endeavor to have fiverv dmnlAv. .- enlisted as members e that the store ' ui.vc uue oi me nonor roll placaru. Has Bought Clhndler Stage Line Tur' Burge hM boght out the Mesa-Chandler end of the Egypt Stage line. Mi. Bute-p ha kaa . , wen iuL.di man ager for some time and has been found JIT courteous and efficient in his handling of the mmr, .,,. k,..- and his friends wish hi .,,. .r: venture. 3 , ms Carrier Mixes With Ford Booth Barefoot, one of the Republi can carriers, is carrying his arm in k sung as a result of a kicking Ford n is a bad strain, which will necessitate a substitute carrier for some days. A Book a Day George Johnson, of the Toggerv, was seen investing in a book of baby bonds yesterday, and inquiry developed the fact that in an effort to help Mesa over the top, he started in on the 13th, buy ing a book a day until the close of the hefnr; nThS Jhrift sUmp "mpaign being pushed energetically here in or der that Mesa may do its part in malt ing up the county deficiency. Mesa Soldiers at Home rh ,rryTi';hI' soVl of Mr- ani Mrs. Charles Diehl, has returned from Camp Dodge, having been discharged follow. lllir tnn nrmitir.a j t i , Mr and Mrs. J. W. Horsley back from Camp Fremont, California. Mesa Is Out of Coal Mesa dealers are out of coal. What was supposed to be a plentiful supp'y to meet early demands was laid in. but the demand was so much greater than anticipated, that a dearth of fuel now w8- r. er,e ls -also a scarcity of hnt thSf Eh'Pments in transit but the date of arrival is, course, a matter of speculation. A,B-C!?hu,nway Ereetl"3 Cottage b. iS. Shumway is erecting a rent cot tage on East "ond avenue. There -s a demand for rent houses far exceeding l StPly. rJhe Precis of supply any time in the near future. It is a matter of common knowledge that thb population of Mesa would increase rap! available nW COmerS were Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Asbey Have Son Born-To Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Asbev December 9, a nine-pound boy. You will be sorry if you don't see aVlSJn. th0 old Mesa Postoffice be fore Christmas, j a -O LOOK INTO CHIDL Ed FLOODWATER TfiOUBL E MOTHER get out the old clothes of your soldier boy for he will soon be coming home. Have them cleaned and he will have something at good as new to wear. ARIZONA CLEANING WORKS CHANDLER. Dpi- ti action in finding a remedy for the Queen Creelr flonH tmKi. i. "l . - 13 UCBT U I band. A delegaUon of officials came down Friday for the purpose of in vestigating the matter. It included a committee from the board of cover, nors and tho council of the water users and a committee from the county board of supervisors, 'among them be ing President Wilkinson of tho water users and W. R. Elliott, general man atton 13 convcrsant witn the situ- tLhpart; Was taken ov the terri try,.flood,ed by Queen creek, starting at chandler and continuing for many i,63 and 80Uth of the wash it It ?uce? cre.has been a source Zl ?er damage for several years, fj18 .oeen Betting worse. With every rain much country ls washed rrif clu,dmSt growing crops, as the torrent of water, which ls no longer confined to the shores of the -stream races over the land for many miles. ' Cotton Headquarters Closed After December is the local board headquarters of the Arizona Cotton Growers' association will be closed oeorge R. Johnson has been in charge of the Chandler office since "it opened this summer and has -given universal satisfaction. Future inqui- L ?r r must be directed to the parent office at Tempe. To Organize New Ledge F- Flowers of Phoenix, district manager of the Knights and Ladies of Security, came to Chandler Thurs- ioh e l?HrpoM of orsanizing a 'odse- He will remain for at least 30 days and believes Chandler people should have the benefits of the splen did fraternal order he represents. Picture Show Opens The Chandler theater opened to the public Thursday for the first time in ten weeks, following its closing due to the Influenza epidemic. Pictures are being shown in Monroe hall with Miss Margaret Peeler as local manager and w- Johnson in charge of film op erations. A good five-reel rtmm. The Duchess of Doubt," was greeted by a fair-sized crowd. This is the first local recreation Chandler people have indulged in since the town was closed by the influenza. Ready for Campaign Following the thrift stamp drive which ended Saturday, comes the Red Cross membership campaign, which starts Monday, December 16, and con tinues until December 23. Mrs. R. M. Winters has been appointed chairman of the drive for Chandler, and, she has selected the following women to aid in the work: Mesdames J. W. White, Henry L. Peterson, J. Derrick, S. A. Meyer, H. C Gardner, P. M. James, F. C. Jordan, O. W. Breustedt, Owen Stewart, A. T. Gregg, R. P. Sellers, Alta Huber, Mary Smith, John Ander son, John Dobson, W. W. White and Goodyear. Quarters will be maintained at the postoffice. All the Red Cross requires is that everyone join the or ganization by paying yearly dues of $1. Fully 1,000 people should join in the Chandler district. Take Children to Raise Four motherless children have been taken by local families to raise in preference to permitting them to be sent to an orphan's home, which was under way by the officials. Mrs. H. W. White took a 12-year-old girl, Mrs. Owen Stewart a boy of five, Mrs. Sims Ray a boy of seven, and Mrs. Egbert Brown a girl of 10. All the children are from one family and will receive the best of care and the benefits of a fine training. Raising the Tank Scores of people watched Contractor Sam A. Metten of Phoenix raise a huge galvanized iron tank to the roof of the San Marcos hotel Wednesday. The tank was rolled up on a large wooden Incline, a pair of horses pulling on the rope attached to the derrick. The ton of iron went up without a mishap and is being installed as an emergency wa ter tank. Glad to Come Back Mr. and Mrs. Joe Calhoun and family returned early in the week from Clarfc dale, where they had moved about two months ago. Mr. Calhoun savs he Is glad to get back to the Salt River valley and Chandler and intends to spend the rest of his days in this vicinity. To Locate Here Rhodan Willis and family of Navajo county are visiting at the J. W. White ranch home, preparatory to mailing the valley their home. Mr. Willis is a well known Arizona stockman and intends to purchase land in the valley. o To train its camp service men fdr effective work in American canton ments under armistice and demobiliza tion, the bureau of camp service, the American Red Cross, expects to estab lish a special training school at Camp Meade. The project has the approval of the war denartment Men already in Red Cross service as well as new workers will be given spe cial training in rendering general service, hospital service and home service to American troops in the camps, naval stations and military hospitals in the United States. o In response to a call from the coast division headquarters the local chapter forwarded by express last xveek all its aviation jackets on hand, Tv-hieh were wanted for immediate Ehipirent to Siberia. Comfort kits wcra also re quested and fifty were contained in the hurry up shipment. SEE OUR DISPLAY WINDOWS Exhibiting beautiful cloth ing, valuable in Christmas suggestions. A GIFT FROM HYDERS IS WORTH WHILE Our store is brim full of desirable and prac tical gilts FOR HIM SUIT Make it Hirsch-Wiekwire. HAT A Steason or a Mallorv. SHIRT Wilson Bros. Silk or Madras. BATHROBE Wool or mixtures SMOKING JACKET Silk or wool. NECKWEAR A lot of beauties GLOVES Dent or Wilson Poros. FOR HER Give her Furs see our enticing furs. PHOENIX, I V: A ... Year lie "Our Store Is Full of Useful Articles" Our "Suggestor" Will Help You Cfioo Real Japanese Oak Tea Warons. sincrift a-nA Ce......... ....$12.00 10 $20.00 Heavy Auto Cushion. Oak Rockers, upholstered, i&.......... .$12.00 $30.00 The Following Specially Low Priced Items for Your Consideration: Beautiful new 54-inch fumed oak Buffets, h finest place mirror, C?rn aa latest pattern eJl.UU The low price 20 discount on all fibre furniture still applies. The earlier you come the better selec tion you have to choose from. Brass Beds, new ship- 01 7 KA TO JT A A A ment just received. . . . v i- OU iU.UU New Bed Room Suites are in and on display. Ivory white enameled, black walnut and mahogany. Hun dreds of useful items.. You are cordially invited to "inspect our stock. Terms on furniture. Plain oak Rockers . , $4.00 AND UP Morris Chairs and Heavy full Leather Eze chairs $35.00 T0 $50.00 Dining Sets complete including table and chairs $27.50 $90.00 Iroras New 144 East Adams St.