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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9. 1919
PAGE ELEVEN SOUTHSIDE NEWS V. O. JOHNSON. MANAGER, PHONE 85R, MESA j aj TEMPE AGENCY Mrs. Chat. Prather at Brown Mercantile Co.; Ph. 71 TEMPE CORRESPONDENT Mr. G. W. Parsons, Phon 114 GILBERT AGENCY -Mrs. Schultx at Postoffiee MESA CORRESPONDENT Vara D. Johnson, Phon. 85R CHANDLER AGENCY Gardnar Drug Co.; Phona $4 CHANDLER CORRESPONDENT S. A. Meyer, Phona 32 MESA RELIEF DRIV 10 DlP HI ULOII E !T i mural EMPE LOSES TWO BASKETBALL LIES Ml'SV IVh. J With Mayor Pan ! K ti irtm.in, Miss V!I Price and Mrs.j !'r:u,k ilurb'v ns th rornmittee in' ' I'ariri. Ibc r;imi;i'Kii for funds to re- N thr s!:tr im; millions In tht Ne:)r ! I .i t. will l);m tomorrow. The various 'Mirkfts ha' o bwn nt iriol, the town j i, strut' (I, and there. Is every reason, l.i hi'lire th:it the pcTiple of the Mesa 1 : i inm will he'd ihr tall of the lis- trefoil iiii.plcs nitil Rive of their' : bund inre. to save the lives of those ho suffered so rruelly durinv the; :ir. through the rrneli h s of the Turks. I Tin re fir,. 4n.nfl orphans nmong the M.arvi!itr. hii,I these will surely die un- ' less relief ronirs speedily. .MesiL, mua i :ir' will, iln her part. ! Second Lyceum Number Tuesday The lioston opera eotnpanv. the' -eon,! nmntier of the bind school I.y eiurn course, 1 1 1 appear Tuesday niKht of this week ;u the Orpheum theater. The company consists of five penjile, two men and three women, all of whom are classed ;,s vocalists of surpassing merit. E. W. Hanna Host at Dinner-Dance K. W. Hanna was host at a dinner oarrn t the San Marcos hotel Friday right, the pnests bring Mr. and .Mrs. W. Silverthom. Mr. and Mrs. . l:. W.I Iter. Mr. and Mrs. C. s. I tingle. Mr. ami Mrs. li. n. Wagers. Mr. an 1 Mrs. C. A. Johnson. Mr. ami Mis. C. It 'Ineshv, Mr. and Mrs. M ir Viault. Winona Stiluell, Miss Nell Price, and K. '. i:ryn,.lds. Dairymen Meet Tomorrow A'tention attain is called to a ery important meeting of the dairymen of the vallev tomorrow at 10 o'clock In the Mesa if hall. AH dair. men are tirped to be present in consider leeisla- j t ion relative to handling of milk. Eastern Star Social Club to Meet The Kastern Star social , hih will ; meet tomorrow aft'-moon at the Ma- ! some; hall. .Ml eligible and visiting! t'ars arc cordially invited to attend. I TKMTF., Feb. The Northern Ari zona Normal school basketball learn defeated the Teme Normal, sehool quintet by the score of r.O to .16 in a rime played et his place yesterday afternoon. The Indian school team de feated the Tempe High school team by the score of r3 to I'.oth normal school teams showed much !ep, accuracy in shooting goals won the match for the northern Ari zona school, however, in the first half. In the second helf the playing was about equal on both sid-s. both teams slowing down materially. In the contest between the Tempe high school and the Indian school, the local lads put up a Rood fight, but the "braves" outclassed them. The Indians played a very sprightly game but -were penalize many times for fouls. Fol lowing is the lineup of the four teams: Tempe CInodwin . . Austin, C. . Austin. II. Hoc! to Austin. W. Suhstitiites- llagstaf I Isaacson .... Hubbard Mav rags Kit hen Khules, Wil- I os. I'. . ....I'.. C . . r, . . . (t . . Tempe kinson, (apps. Iirntly. flagstaff Conningham. Tempe High Pos. Indians Wyly F Webb Kstrada V Nelson Hobins I "lev-eland I'oss i; Monotoby Ltikin i! iTaniisio Substiiutes Tempe hish: Smith. Focal. irr. Carpenter. Ttaitt and Venne of the Phoenix High school officiated. Mh B Cetton Seed Drops Tan Dollar Ton t'otlon see, took Its second drop on M. L. Gibbons MESA, ARU. Phona 222 Funsral Director and Embalmer Lady Attendant Community Club Banquet The banquet Riven Friday evening under the direction of the Tempe Com munity club wa.s well attended. One hundred and thirty-nine people were Friday when it fell from ?,"0 to J4n per ton. on the local market. The cot ton market a! no is slow, few sales ha irs made here at present. Asked the reason for the absence of all buying, a local buyer showed the followinR quotations from the New Hertford, Mass. Standard, of February 2: Choice Sea Island is offered at r- cents, averaRe extra choice at 5."c. and straisht extra choice at -6c, while American K.eyptian of the Yuma type has been sold on the basis of f.O cents and the Pima type on "" cents." The Mesa column does not in any way attempt to cive market quotations and the above is intem'ed simply as a pews item bearinR upon the question that Is at present beinc asked by cot ton trowers, as to the condition of the local cotton situation. JUSTA GREETING FROM GEN. PERSHING BUT IT WAS CENSORED LIKE OTHER MAIL oipy . Chandler's t Lsund Bw This property consists of 240 acres, located on Stata Highway between Chandler and Gilbert, and is one of the best improved ranches in this section. 120 acres is in fins stand of alfalfa, all aowed to barley, 50 acres sowed to wheat the balance is old alfalfa land which was in cotton last year. Th improvements are extra fin, larg barn, good house, fin orchard, fine drinking water. No better ranch ha vr been offered for sale in this district. Will give immediate possession, Will sill on good terms to reasonable parties. Exclusively with (JJo IL-3c TREKS CHANDLER GVirKB.ikJL fKRaBINO 1 company, promisinR to be. equally en joyable February J2. The P.ofston Opera company is com posed of five members, ejirh an artist in his line. Miss Louise Stallinss of New York, soprano, possesses a voice of unusal quality. Miss Esther Schultz of Koston. contralto, has had extensive experience in musical entertainment and her personality and charm is im mediately felt by the. audience. Miss Marion Carley, pianist, is a Canadian arWst havimr a brilliant piano tech nique combined with th. ability to brin out the soul of the, music she plays. Alla-sandro Alberni, baritone, is a native of Italy who early came to America and possessing the warm Ital ian temperament combined with a thorough knowledge of American life, is a most excellent artist. Anthony Gerarino is also an Italian by birth, is Rifted with a voice of rich lyric quality and has an unusual range. I Iairy Peruvian Alfalfa Seed FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW It is impossible to distinguish Hairy Peruvian from other varieties of Alfalfa Seed. We guarantee the stock we have to be genuine Hairy Peruvian. Plants grow taller, stems larger with hair on full length of stem, also hair on under side of leaves. Color of leaves Grayish Green, with the veins in them showing very prominent. Best plant to grow where the water table is near the surface of your land. On poor or sandy land, Hairy Peruvian will give you cuttings of hay where other kinds will not. Will yield one more cutting in a season. Will yield from one to three more tons of hay in a season. Will give you winter pasture for your hogs and cattle Will recover quickly after each cutting. Will grow at a temperature 10 degrees colder than common. Winter-kill at 10 degrees Fahrenheit. Do not try to get a stand without first getting your land in shape. Do not stunt your young plants for want of water. Cut early and avoid having coarse hay with woody stems. Order Your Seed Now from Phoenix Seed & Floral Co. 125 East Jefferson Street. REVIVAL MEETING Methodist Church Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Preach ing at 11 o'clock by the pastor, who will take his subject. "Abraham Lin coln." Kpworth league at 7 o'clock, topic "South America," leader, Elmira Van Doren. At the Churches The usual order of services will pre vail in the mornincr. Sunday school at 10 o'clock and preaching at 11 o'clock. The younp; peoples' meetings will be held at the usual hour in the eveninu after which all churches will unite in the service at the Normal school w here the noted speaker, Lucius Solomon will talk in the interests of the Jews and Armenians. Old fashioned Gospel preaching, where Christ is honored, each night at Calvary Baptist church, 0 South Second avenue. You are invited. Ijs Hear Kork tonight at Calvary Bap tist, bs PEOPLE'S FORUM The Teoplea Korum will discuss "Municipal and Government Ownership" in the meet ing at the city hall at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon. Kx-Govemor Hunt will preside, and anyone Is privileged to speak five minutes on the subject under discussion. PhotofTipie reproduction of Christmas greeting from Gen. Pershing to Senator Sherman. Two interesting features of this Christmas card from General John J. Pershing, commander of the American expeditionary forces, to Senator nd Mrs. Lawrence Y. Sherman are the censor's stamp and the almost girlish handwriting of the general It seems odd that the handwriting of a stern fighter like General Pershing should be so dainty. TOU CAN HELP THE ROT LIFE OF PHOENIX Bf JOINING THE "Y" THIS WEEK. r It makes no difference what your wants may be you can have them sup plied by using and reading The Repub lican Classified Pages Arizona's Lead ing Advertising Medium. EVERT BUSINESS MAN IN TOWN SHOri.D CARRY A MEMBERSHIP IX THE LOCAL "T." r Experience and Skill are required in piano moving. Inexperienced and unskilled help are apt to do much dam age to the costly instrument. Our piano movers are experts in that line. If you have occa sion to move your piano It will be far wiser for you to have u move it with these skilled men than to trust so valuable and easily damaged property to less able handling. Chambers Transfer Co. 18 South Central Phone 1228 I served, alj of whom appeared to enjoy i not only the excellent dinner but also the privilege of meeting In an effort to ! stimulate interest in community wel j fare. I The following officers were elected REE RED STAR COOKING SCHOOL TWO TO FIVE O'CLOCK MONDAY'S MENU Bran Bread Chocolate Icing White Cake Cocoanut Kisses Tamale Pie CLASSES ARE HELD AT 141 NORTH FIRST STREET Instead of at our previous location in McNeil Store. BRING NOTEBOOK AND PENCIL FOR RECIPES SOUTHWEST FLOUR CO. DISTRIBUTORS FOR RED STAR FLOUR W. STUDER DICK IRVING for the current year: C. G. Jones, president; F. M. Irish, vice president; Dr. P. B. Beckwith, secretary treasurer. Tinder the leadership of Mr. Jones the club cannot but prosier and there are many pood things will be accom plished for Tempe. If you are in sym pathy with the purpose of the Commu nity club kindly communicate with Mr. Heokwith who will call for your sub scription to membership. The committee appointed by the common council to secure a provisional plan for a satisfactory gas nnd elec tric equipment submitted a report which contains considerable interest ing information. The report is accu rate and is based upon the latest prices. and will serve as food lor thought for those who are laboring under the im pression that the building of a gas and electric system is simply a matter of united effort. The committee wishes to state that a supplementary report will later be submitted which will take into con sideration other possible propositions. Six plans were submitted by the committee, ranging in cost from $146, 663.17 to J203.777.49. Woman's Club Holds Meeting Friday afternoon, at her delightful country home, Mrs. Grant Jones was hostess to the members of the Wom an's club at their mid -winter party. Daffodils and jonquils added their cheerful message of springtime to the coziness of the rooms. Mrs. Hight, the president, was ab sent because of illness and Mrs. McEll herr the vice president, and Miss Frankenherg assisted Mrs. Jones in receiving. Twenty members and guests were present. Mrs. Price Jones of Bloom ington, 111.; Mrs. .1. H. Carter and Mrs. T. E. McCall of Vienna, 111., were guests of ttjr club Music, stories and games and con versation brought the afternoon to an end entirely too soon. Delicious re freshments of salad, wafers and coffee were served. The thanks of the club are due to those who so kindly furnished cars. Rev. and Mr. Douglaa Entertain Friday evening. Rev. Douglas and family entertained the normal students who attended the Congregational church. It was a very jolly, enjoyable evening, good music being a special feature. Week End Guest Miss Mayda Achauer, of Phoenix, is a week-end guest of Miss Delzell. Boston Opera Company Coming Following the splendid numbers of the Normwl Lyceum lecture course of January 2!, Tempe is to be favored bv 'U-bA-tlu-ci-Jiuinber, the Boston Opera, Waiting until "by and by" to get a home is merely another way of saying you don't intend to. Right now is the time to en joy the good things of life. Other people do it. Why not you? Right now is the time to make up your mind to build. And as soon as you make up your mind to build, you should make up your, mind to build right. When you get tliat far, we're safe for your contract. You can't get away from it; good lumber jays. The cheap sort is all right for a time, but the fairly priced lasts, as real worth always does. Wc prefer to, and do, deal in one sort of lumber only the' kind we're not ashamed to own a year after we sell it. All shapes and sizes of soft and hard woods for building and other purposes. HALSTEAD LUMBER CO. J.D. "ONE FOOT OR A MILLION' Five Points, Poenix. 10 Yards in Arizona Give That Others May Live Phones 1608-1609 Feb. 10-17 r ' 4.