TILE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, .THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1919
V. D. JOHNSON, MANAGER, PHONE 85R, MESA
Mrs. Chas. Prather at Brown
Mercantile -Co.; .Ph. 71
Mrs. Delia Drollinger, Phone 206
Mrs. Schultz at Postoffice
V. D. Johnson, Phone 85R '
Gardner Drug Co.; Phone 34
S. A. Meyer, Phone 32
VOMAH'S CLUB WILL
Food Sale Saturday
The women of the Methodist church
will conduct a cooked food sale Satur
day, April 5, at the Mitchell and Con
TEMPE. April Z. The Tempe Worn
nils' club will hold its regular bi
monthly meeting Friday afternoon at
'i o'clock, new time, in the Congrega
tional church parlors. Roll call will
le suggestions of short and easy meth
ods of every day" household duties.
There will he a paper on the "Con
servation of Energy," by Mrs. Louise
1'ilcher and a report of the district
federation. The music will be under
the direction of Mrs. Fred Hiatt Each
member is requested to come prepared
to express an opinion on next year's
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Fresh from your own
garden this Com
bination Salad !
Crisp lettuce, juicy toma
toes, sweet peppers, onioni,
radisnes, peas, string beans
and all the other salad vege
tables! You can raise fine
ones in your own garden when
you plant Morse s California
There's dependaMity in all of
Morse's Seeds. They are pedi
greed, true-to-name, full of life and
(rery important to you) acclimated
to the Pacific Coart. That's why
they produce so satisfactorily'
Morse's Seeds are worth their
cost and more. Sold by dealers
grocers, florists, druggists, etc
C C MORSE & CO.
StdfroutrB for 45ymurm t
Sis Frtad'xo, California
National Bank to Use New Time
The Tempe National bank, beginning
with this morning, will use the new
Mrs. Edna Wellington gave an in
formal dance Tuesday night at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Curt Miller. Those who enjoyed the
evening were: Lieutenant Georgo
Comey of Ios Angeles: Captain Ixuis
Lowenthal, Messrs. Kiubey, Guy Mos
ley, David Bushnell, Edwin I.uther aud
Mrs. Parker, all of Phoenix: Colonel
and Mrs. Charles Harris, Miss Ietha
Hackett, Mrs. Edith LCaron and Mr.
MESA HAD BIG TIE
AT "APRIL FOLLIES"
MESA. April 3. A success in every
particular, full of fun and funnier yet
with each number of a program with
every character a first liner, was the
first performance of "April Follies"
given at the Orpheum theater last
evening under the direction and for the
benefit of the Mesa Woman's club. A
full house greeted the performers, all of
whom were well known' Mesa citizens,
and in consequence, were all the more
mirth provoking in their vaudeville and
minstrel antics. Dances, songs, a mock
trial, and dozens of other laugh provok
ing features, made up an evening of hi
larious enjoyment. Another perform
ance will be given tonight. After the
expenses are paid, the profits will
toward buying a. lot for the W oman s
club building. Tickets for reserved
seats may be purchased at Everybody's
Carload of Convicts to Florence
A carload of convicts who have been
working on the state highway near
Clifton spent Tuesday night in Tempe.
The car was heavily guarded and cof
fee and sandwiches were served while
here. The convicts have been taken
off of all state road work and are be
ing returned to Florence.
Over From Glendale
H. C Sherwood and V. K. Makemson
of Glendale were visitors in Tempe
Attended Club Federation
cration of the Womans' club Tuesday.
Moved to Tempe
J. M. Silton representing the Santa
Cruz valley farms, has moved to
Tempe and has taken one of the Cac
tus Camp cottages.
sent, to hold them over until the follow
ing morning for delivery to the owner.
Before this cotdd be done, the owner
saw the horses in the pasture and at
once swore out a complaint asrajnst
Daley. The explanations seemed to
clear away all suspicion against the ac
cused man, and Assistant County At
torney Harry Johnson, who was repre
senting the state, at once consented to
Junk Man to Pay Stiff Licens
At the Tuesday night meeting of the
city council. City Marshal Warren in
formed the council that the junk dealer,
who recently purchased a lot opposite
the mill and moved his wares there,
had refused to pay license, claiming
that he now is a property owner and
hence exempt. The marshal wanted to
know about this new phase of the law,
and the trustees put it up to City At
torney Silver-thorn, who laconically an
swered, "Collect it" The Junk dealer's
license is S50 per quarter.
Of Interest to Dairymen
The following communication from
C. M. Paddock, a Mesa dairyman, who
has been actively engaged in furthering
the interests of the dairy industry of
the valley, is of interest to dairymen
To The republican:
Houge Bill 141 amending Jhe present
dairy act was passed by the fourth leg
islature and signed by the governor.
Inasmuch as this bill is of very great
interest to all the dairymen of this lo
cality would it be too much to ask of
you to give this fact publicity and state
that sections two and three of the act,
which sections telate to the production
of milk and cream, have been typed and
are posted on tiie sign board of the Ar
izona Land company.
Thanking you for your many cour
tesies, I remain,
Very truly yours.
C. M. PADDOCK,
Member of Committee
Leaves for Los Angeles
Leslie S. Colyer, who has just re
signed his position in the Farmers and
Merchants bank, left today for Los
Attended Initiation Here
A number of members of the K. P.
and candidates came down from Mesa
to attend the regular meeting and in
itiation of the Tempe lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. Bliss Sanders. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles .Steele and L. S. Colyer
motored to Florence last Sunday to
visit the state penitentiary. They re
port having a fine time.
Income Man in Town
Thomas S. Lawrence, representing
the income tax bookkeeper was in town
TWO, 3-room furnished apartments
for rent. Apply 612 Maple Ave., Tem
pe. Adv. kg
I IF YOU MISS YOUR PAPER
City subscribers who do not re
ceive The Arizona Republican
promptly should telephone the eir-
culation department, phone 4331,
I before 8 o clock in the morning
and a copy will be immediately
I sent them.
D . n
Me Does Not Lunch at Home
A Mesa business man who is very
fond of the quiet noon hour with his
family, is at present taking his lunch
eon down town. Asked the reason he
replied, "It's that double time system
that we are working under. I can come
to meals only at a certain hour and
we are working under the new time.
My boy goes to school and his noon is
an hour later than mine, hence in order
to prevent the wife cooking all day
long, I eat away from home."
The question has been raised as to
why th schools cannot adopt the new
time and then open at 10 o'clock. The
answer is that the law provides that
the grade schools shall open at 9
o'clock. So says Supervisor Bowen,
who was asked concerning the matter.
Mr. Bowen by the way, explains that
the supervisors office was besieged by
personal and phone calls asking for the
continuation of the old time and based
upon this seemingly unanimous desire,
the ruling was made that the county
would run on the old time.
Wants to Live in Mesa
Ray Nichols, well known life insur
ance agent has been hunting a house
in Mesa for some days and as yet has
failed to discover one vacant. He is
ready to become a resident of the Gate
city, and is considering the purchase of
a small tract adjoining the town and
making his home thereon.
Mr. and Mrs. Becham Here
Constable Becham andMrs. Becham
were Mesa visitors yesterday, the (for
mer was stepping just a little high, lor
he was in charge of the steering gear
to a new go-cart wherein reposed the
youngest member of the family, who
being duly inspected by officers Pick
ens and Warren, was given the freedom
of the city.
Mesa Woman Honored
Mrs. Bert "Wingar, of Mesa, has been
elected as president of the District
Federation of Woman's clubi, which
met in Phoenix yesterday. Mrs. Wing
er is well equipped for the position, be
ing considered locally as thoroughly
posted both in the duties ordinarily de
volving upon a chairman, and also ful
Iyconversant with the aims and activ
ities of the Woman's club movement.
Dramatic Section to Meet
The Dramatic section of the Mesa
Woman's club will meet at the home
of Mrs. L. H. Van Spanckeren, on West
Second street at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon.
Case Against Daley Dismissed
The ease against Ross Daley, of
Mesa, charged with horse theft, was
dismissed yesterday prior to the pre
liminary hearing. The action was tak
en at the request of the complaining
witness. It seems that Daley had found
two horses on the desert, and seeing
that their feet were badly swollen from
the hobbles, cut off the hobbles. Later
he aided the owner in hunting the lost
animals, telling him that he. Daley,
had removed the hobbles and the rea
son why. Later still, another man
found the animals and placed them in
Daley's pasture with the latter's con-
For Thirty Years the Standard of America
ORDINANCE NO. 248
AX ORDINANCE ADOPTING PLANS
FOP. THE IMPROVEMENT OF EAST
MORELAND STREET BETWEEN
SEVENTH AND TENTH STREETS
IN THE CITY OF PHOENIX.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM
MISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOE
XIX. AS FOLLOWS: 1
That the plans prepared by the City
Engineer for the improvements of cer
tain portions of East Morelarid Street,
are hereby adopted as the official plans
for said work.
The grades shall be at the elevations
shown on the plans. '
The width and location of the road
wav shall be as shown on the plans.
. SECTION 2.
A duplicate of these plans shall be
fired with the City Clerk and kept on
file in his office.
This ordinance shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage,
publication and posting as by law re
quired. SECTION 4.
All ordinances or parts of ordinances
in conflict with the provisions of this
ordinance are hereby repealed.
PASSED by the Commission of the
City of Phoenix this 2nd day of April,
Attest: FRANK THOMAS.
. City Clerk.
We show THIRTY styles of refrigerators, starting at $16.65, for
white enameled chamber. NINE styles of ICE BOXES starting at
Why not buy an ice-saver instead of an ice-eater, when it costs no
All We Ask Is a Chance to Show You
4J1 V .-,1 I
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First St. and Jefferson
"The House of Satisfied Customers"
306 N. Central. Phone 1386
GENERAL REPAIRING PARKING 25c PER DAY
127 W. Jefferson St Phone 3049
A car for every purse, for every purpose
OVERLAND ARIZONA CO.
229-231 North Central Ave.
Authorized Service Station
Dodge Brother's and Nash Cars
407 "West "Washington
Tel. 716: Tom Rasmussen
127 North Central Avenue
Little Four Big Four
BERT 0. BROWN, Distributor, 316-18 East Washington St.
VULCANIZING and RETREADING
FINEST EQUIPPED PLANT IN THE STATE
W. E. GARDNER & GO.
JOHN MORSE, Auto Repairing
Formerly of the Washington St. Garage
518 W. Van Buren Expert Ford Mechanic. All work guaranteed
Auto Road News
Motorists who have traveled over both the upper and lower
roads to Agua Caliente report that the lower route is much the
better. The only good part of the upper road is said to be the
short section of graded highway built by convict labor some
time ago. The deserts are covered with spring flowers in many
places, producing a pleasant change in the usual monotony of
The Parker cut off is still in favor among those who travel
overland to Los Angeles. The road through Yuma county to
Parker has recently been dragged. Travel is beginning to in
crease from Phoenix to Los Angeles.
The Best AII-the-Year Auto Route
PHOENIX TO LOS ANGELES
Road well signed and traveled. For route maps and information, Address
BUSH'S FERRY, PARKER, ARIZONA ,
TO SAVE MONEY TELEPHONE 1780
CARTER & MILLER
Auto Repair Shop. All work absolutely guaranteed. Electrical work a specialty.
(1-25 per hour
Between Van Buren and Monroe on N. 1st St. Opposite Washington Hotel
TAKE IT TO HOWARD
When your car has had attention elsewhere and still remains
stubborn and refuses to work perfectly, before you get discour
aged take it to Howard. ,
Most consistent trouble finder in Phoenix. Ignition,' Delco,
cylinders rebored, etc. Cars rebuilt from fender to fender. Gas,
oil. Day and night storage accommodations, wash rack in con
nection. Gas engines and tractors repaired.
D. E, HOWARD, Prop.
Phone 1469 v 146 S. Second Ave. and Madison
oger Hunt Garage
General Repair Work
614 West Van Buren
2nd Avenue and Van Buren Street
FOR EXPERT AUTO REPAIRING
of all kinds, at square deal prices, take your car to ' -
JAMES G. SIMPSON
AUTO REPAIR GARAGE, 229 East Adams; Phone 1967
AUTO TRUCK- BODIES BUILT
to order. All sorts hardwood repairing for farm machinery
HOME BUILDERS PLANING MILL
Phone 4183 . 350 South First St.
COLLINGS VEHICLE AND HARNESS COMPANY
High Grade Automobile Tops Slip Covers Dust Hoods
General Automobile Upholstering Replacing Back Lights
Tops Re-Covered, Dyed and Repaired Cushions Repaired
Phone 41.43 30-32-34-36 East Adams St., Phoenix, Arizona
Public Liability Property
r a dt it Aumpnenw
INSURANCE Fire aiiColli5ion
Ask Your Dealer About If he does not handle them address
A 7 "fiT p p the state agent
i A I - O El El HERBERT STRICKLAND
305 North First St. Phone 3507
SPOT LIGHTS Phoenix, Arizona
PHOENIX MOTOR MART
National Rubber Filler,
Vulcanizing and Retreading.
235 W. Washington
See HARPER for
Used Car Bargains
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