THE ARIZONA KKPUBLICAS, TUESDAY MOKNIXG, APIUL 29, 19U)
, V. D. JOHNSON, MANAGER, PHONE 85R, MESA
Mn. Chas. Prathar at Brown
Mercantile Co.; Ph. 71
Mrs. Delia Droliinger, Phone 20
V. D. Johnson, Phone 35 R
Gardner Drug Co.; Phone
ijohnson, George L. Allison, Fred
! Boyer. ,
Improving Stare Interior
Everybody's Drue Store has receive!
a shipment or wall cases an.1 fron
! window caes to the amount of upwar
of 11.000, which wiil be installed a
of a considerable portion of lost spact
along the front of the store.
FOR SALE Cottonwood, stove
. length. S. B. Tomlinson. near Pacific
NO RTH SIDE
L. E. Kingman, Manager and
Office with Myers & Carriek
Glendale Phone No. 8
THOMAS B. FLETCHER !
TO SPEAK AT TEMPE
'I'hMI'K, April J9. Temp will be
fuorrj with ajiotber lecture course
i.urnlwr when Thomas Brooks 1etrh
. r, the; strongest man on the lecture
i.r: c. also said to be one of the most
rilnnl. lecturers on the American
; forrn. will be at 1 ho .Normal atidi
t'; i:;rn, Saturday, Ma:-- and Monday,
May :,. Mis su'jjei ts wiil be "Tragedies
. the- 1'npn-p.ireti.' 'The. Martyrdom
r KotK a;i.l The Modern Judas," all
1 vc topics tilled with apt and forceful
i:iii'ir;it ions, which drive home to the
'uinds of his lienrers greut truths In a
ivid rind effc-live manner.
10 v rM " c! come; don't miss this
c''"ju.i tipportunitv' of hearing this
TO BE HELD IT MESi
TOWN OP GLUE
FLIES in FLAG
! 1 M'i.et.s wiil be on
sale at the box
Great Game Saturday
T.ie Tempo Nonuid played the Uni- i
' ers Iv boys in a. very exeilinsr baseball I
K:une Saturday, the .Normal losing by J
:i S'-or. of :T. to IS. Tempe high lost
Tne sa:nc with I hocnix high the samel
Oil Man in Town f
l.'-n li"ag.i.n of Noarales is in Tempe j
rf presenting the Leader Oil company.
'i Ids company has just recently been !
rjraiuzcd, W. A. Moeur of this place
be.r.r elected president. They have
holdings in the JJurk-Burn.ctt oil fields !
i! Trias. !
MKS.A. April 29. The Mesa, publicity
committee of the Victory loan cam
paign is preparing for a great rally on
Saturday night of this week. "The
event has been designated as the Vic
tory loan Celebration. A commodious
band ojid speaker's stand is heinp
erected at the intersection of Main
and McDonald streets. A "Victory
Sins" will be staged with the Meth
odist choir, assisted by the choirs of
the other churches, leading- in a num
ber of patriotic songs. Miss Ruby
tlolden will sing. A r.and conetrt,
begi lining at 7 o'clock and continuing
until 8:,10 o'clock will precede the pa
rade of the evening. In this parade
will be the Mesa high school cadets,
members of the lied Cross, returned
soldiers, sailors and marines, and other
individuals and organizations. The
list of the speakers has not as yet been
completed, 'but will include some of
Arizona s oest known orators. In ad
dition, short addresses will be made bv
men who have been in the forefront of 1
the fighting.- j
A military band has been secures ,
for the occasion and a splendid orches-
tra will furnish music for the dance, I
which will follow the speaking. The i
entire affair is free for all and the j
public of Mesa, the surrounding coun-
try and adjacent towns are invited to
i GLENDALK, April 28. The honor!
flag which Glendale won for going i
j over the top in the fifth Liberty loan. '
MKS.A, April Mesa is waking was raised today and is now flying:
up. T3 lethargy of the past week as i from the big flag pole in the park. The'
pertaining to the Victory loan, is pass-! flag is somewhat different from those!
. , , , . , previously issued, instead of the!
and yesterdays renewed impetus j stripes it bears a arge ..y
scored a notable advance, the total at i
the close of business being $1890. j Box Social j
With an apportionment of $60,000! The Glendale lodge of the Royal j
there "vet remains much of the land ; tseignoors win nom a pox social at:
to be pi
terd.iv aftprnnnn at headouarlers thci
matter of siftincr out the hard ones I Navy Man Home i
reminded one of the davs of the former : Joseph Loe is enjoying a visit from
vi-l leuiHiiift mjt is ( .-.-n un
possessed" and the committees i their lodge rooms Thursday evening
ginning to realize it, since yes- . at 8:30 o'clock. Everyone is invited. i
was allowed to
his son George, who '
home from the navy.
recently came j
: loar.s when no man
i It is noticed, however, that the
I amounts being purchased by individ
I uals are smal.er than in the former
1 loans, there seeming to be a tendency
to turn loose as small an amount of
! nionev as Tiossible in order tn raise -the, '
apportionment. P is nrohahl that: Entertains
there will have to be a considerable; Mr?- W. - Perkiri3 entertained last'
loosening up of this attitude if Mesa evening in honor of Mrs. Marshall!
Goes Back to Los Angeles
Mrs. B. I. Dawson, mother of Mrs.
Fred Walsh, who has been visiting
here left Sunday evening.
is not to fall behind.
SDPPLY OF CRUDE
Brockway of Phoenix. Those present
from Glendale were Mrs. George
i Prorzman, Mrs. J. M. Pearson, Virginia
I. McElroy, Mrs. C. O. Brooks Many
I Phoenix people were also present.
Go To Gilbert
E. C. "Wright and family left for
Gilbert today. Mr. Wright has been
working at the Ford garage.
v. I Wildermuth left Sunday even-in:-'
on a. business trip to Washington,
Mr. Spriggs of the Ppriggs & Martin
Cotton company, returned Saturday
Harry Lukin is on the sick list
Boy Scout Banquet
The lioy Scouts gave a banquet last
Saturday evening in the basement of
!!) Methodist church. Several town
i.'.itors arid a number of Phoenix Boy
Scouts v ere present. All report a very
Bazaar This Week
At the Methodist Bazaar Saturday,
you will find on sale aprons. ItLTge and
..maty; various useful and fancy arti
cles: iome-mado candy, rooked food.
Sandwiches and coffee will be served.
IBB OF HOLER
CHANDLER. April !".. Chandler
Ins raised $11,000 of the $33,000 appor
tionment and yvorkera over there said
esterday, "Sure, we. arc going to
it:ak it." This does not mean that
tlic work is to slacken, for Chandler
realizes that $33,000 is no small sum
and that it is going to take persistent
effort to avoid defeat. Every day from
now to the close of the campaign will
see the committees hustling and with
tile men and women who have been
selected to head the campaign, direct
ing the earnest efforts or the workers,
Chandler feds sure that the $33,000
v. ill be reached.
Fined on Gambling Charge
C. F. Gidson. Georjre May and O. G.
Creedon were fined $j each in Judge
N'eweil's court yesterday ror gambling.
The arrest was made by Deputy Cal
Morse. City Marshal Warren, who
states that he had warned Harry Mil
ler, proprietor of the pool hall where
the men were playing, later arrested
Miller on the charge of knowingly per
mitting guming on his premises.
Marriage of Glendale CouDle
j vlliss Julia Brown and Samuel Dun-
i can were married yesterday at the
At the present rite of consumption bride's home by Rev. C. M. Northrup.
the time is not far distant when the I o
visible supply of crude oil will be ex- i LEVIATHAN'S JOURNEY
haustea, says F. V.. Moskovics, vice-1 f .. . T,
president of the Xordyke and Marmon j . kJJ,?fann Po9?
eomnarv "Tn ;i r-reat mo.i,i-o . - ,rl, almir m awl
Parked Wrong Cost Him $5
E. C. Stultz on Sunday night parked
his car in the wrong place and. accord
ing to night officer Phelps, allowed it
to stand there for an hour or more.
Phelps invited him to the city hall,
where a payment of ?D appeased the
wrath of the law.
i world must look to the supply to be
; extracted from shale rock, of which
j there seems to be an almost inex
' haustible supply.
i "Geologists who have the ground
i well mapped, place the visible supply
i of crude oil at about 14.000,000,000
'barrels. This country is usuing an
j nually about 10,000,000 barrels in ex
I cess of production. One may almost
; count on one's fingers when the total
j supply will be exhausted. 1
: "However, we need have no worrvi
ian who had the good fortune to make
the trip from Europe on the Leviathan
on her voyage bearing some 9000 re
turning Americans will always remem
ber it as one of the milestones of his
life's journey," remarked Horace Wil
liamson, a New York newspaper man,
at the Washinon. "The Leviathan
left Liverpool at 2 o'clock on Sunday
after having been docked for two days
with all souls on board. She proceeded
to Brest and remained there five days
coaling. During all that time the pas
sengers were not allowed to go ashore,
,'f'd. situation. The; bnt they enjoyed themselves, neverthe
bureau of mmes lias found a substi-j leSs. when finally the big German-
Tells of Asparagus Profits
: tute for the crude that we now secure '
i oy drilling, and that is crude extracted
J. .1. Keith, traveling representative i f rora shale that is found in immense!
of Denney & Company, dealers and j deposits in Colorado and Utah. So far,
distributors of fruits and produce, is tnis cannot be extracted and placed
here on a brief visit with his cousin, ' on 'he market to retail at less than
B. K. Keith. The visitor has just fin- i 0 cents the, gallon. The problem that
ished up his asparagus purchases in
the Imperial Valley and tells of mar
velous profits made on Cue crop by
valley growers. The crates weigh 21
pounds, and for several weeks were
quote dat $20 per crate. One lawyer
there had 40 acres in asparagus and
claimed that he made $20,000 off the
crop. Asked as to why the Mesa sec
tion could not do likewise, Mr. Keith
explained that the prices received for
the Imperial crop lasted only until the
Illinois crop was ready, anil that the
Salt River valley would find itself in
competion with the last named state,
which would put this section on a low
laces tne automobile en-zineer is the
evolving of an engine that will make
this new fuel propel a car two miles
instead of one on the same amount of
fuel. I may say that the leading lia-hts
built steamer weighed anchor and be
gan to move on its homeward voyage"
to America, the scene was inde
scribable. It takes but two days to
coal a big vessel in Sew Tork, but the
coaling at Brest had to be done by
baskets, and the delay, of course, was
"The irony of fate never had a bet
ter exemplification than in the service
done by the Leviathan during the war.
The former Vaterland. largest ship
Wife and Baby III
Mrs. II. S. Dodson is ill of influenza,
and the baby is suffering from an at
tack of. pneumonia. Both were some
what improved yesterday.
It ruifkes 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.
VI r " m ' " I
: tjjiw The picture ttiatwirj
Great Play at Orpheum
The advertisement in today's Repub
lican of -'The Heart of Humanity"
calls attention to one of the great pic
ture plays of the age. It is essentially
an exaltation of the great mother
heart of the Red Cross as typified on
the battlefields of France and in
ruined Belgium. While there is a ten
der strain of emotional fiction running
through the play, yet the great lesson
of this remarkable film production is
the sublime beauty of the ' Mother
Heart' "of the Red Cross as typified in
the men and women who did so much
to soothe the woe of a stricken world.
The title role of the play is portrayed
by Dorothy Phillips. The picture will
be shown both tonight and tomorrow
night at the Orpheum.
in the engineering field are already at j afloat, made many trips "back "and forth
..-rX L Pr""m- I carrying soldiers. Her first voyage
lhe problem is not of carburetion j under the United States flag after she
it is a matter of distribution of fuell had been repaired for sen-ice was to
in the cylinders, and the fewer the! Cuba and Porto Rico. After that she ;
cylinders and the lighter the car, the went back and forth between New York",
easier the task; two motor car fea-1 and France. - i
tures every prospect should consider "No person who was not on board!
when he investigates a car. j the Leviathan when she steamed into;
'He will find that the Marmon 34,1 New York a short time ago can appre- j
for instance, holds an enviable posi- ciate the feeling of delight and intense I
tion on fuel, oil and tiro pmnnmv I natriotism that swenr over the rtasen. i
Twelve to 14 miles per gallon of fuel ' gers on the giant vessel. From the
for a car of 13$ inches is unusual! highest to the lowest it was a feeling
economy and this is what the Marmon ' great joy. of victory, of work done,
does habitually. Fifty to 75 per cent: I talked with scores of the boys re
greater tire mileage than comparable! turning from the numerous sections ot
cars is also an established Mormon1 the war zone, and I found not one who
WOMEN ARCHITECTS IN AMERICA
said he would have missed the ex
Direct from its tenia tional ma
in New York City
Thm New York Time mjm:
A dirtinct achievement in mo-
Hmn picture creation. ",
The Sew York Tribmne teye t
j.llk Oar orfci'c it, to tee ",i
Ntm York Eoeninw Wetld tayt:
"One of the moet Trophic niaa a
Filming ever teen en the tcreen. ' '
A etory of the lore that peucth all
understanding a great romantic
picture tuat you u never target.
Bring your whole family to aee it
Soldiers Meet Tonight
The following call has been issued
by the serf-ice men of Mesa:
"We, the. undersigned, honorably
discharged service men. hereby call a
meeting ot all ex-soldiers, s- lors and i
marines, to be held in the IVimmereial i
club rooms at Mesa on Tuesday night,
April 29. for the purpose of forming a
local organization, assisting in all pa
triotic movements and protecting our .
The call is signed by Richard F.
Lush, Richard Thompson, Ben Le- i
Baron. Kdwin TjeBaron. Ray Isueur, !
Riley Hunter, II. G. Dixon. B. Ellis j
If Lady Rbondda. proves as success
ful in England as some American wom
en at house designing she will have
reason to be proud of her new abode.
Three of the most successful architects
in New York are women. Miss Alice
Dtirkin, the doy-nne of her profession
designed some of the tallest of New
Y'ork's skyscrapers and a number of
public buildings, including a big hos
pital. The handsomest structure in
Manhattan, the hall of records, was
designed by Miss Fty Kellogg, whose
work also alounds in other parts of
New York. Misrj Josephine Chapman
started practice in Boston, and made a
reputafion as designer of offices, mi
grated to New York, and specializes
now ir. English houses long, low ram
bling buildings of brick or half timber,
many-gabled and thick-roofed. It is
"I really can't spare this quarter,
but I guess I'll have to give it to the
waiter. Poor fellow! He may haA'e a
hard time making both ends meet."
"Save your sympathy for someone
who needs it. Gustave enjoys an in
come of not less than $300 a month.
A suarter means nothing more to him
than another gallon of 'gas' " Bir
The JnriBibt face porJer. Cannot
Je detected. Stays on urtil you -wash
it eft. Instantly beautifies the com
plexion. Absolutely harmless. Driir
Sists refund the money it It falls See
suia eacn or tnese architects entovs -.,.. " " " see
a practice worth from ir.onor . t t !t-f. aMxm'at soott to War in
Hi urn n
ORPHEUM THEATER, MESA
Tuesday and Wednesday
' Chandler Theater
GRANDMA USED 8I0E
TEA TO DARKEN HUB
She Mixed Sulphur With It
Restore Color, Gloss,
Common garden sage brewed
into a heavy tea with sulphur added,
will turn gray, streaked and faded
hair beautifully dark and luxuriant.
Just a few applications will prove
a revelation if your hair is fading,
streaked or gray. Mixing the Sage
Tea and Sulphur recipe at home,
though, is troublesome. An easier
way is to get a bottle Of Wveth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound at any
drug store all ready for use. This
is the old-time recipe improved by
the addition of other ingredients.
While wispy, gray, faded, hair is
not sinful, we all desire to retain
our youthful appearance and at
tractiveness. By darkening yonr
hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur Compound, no one can tell,
because it does it so naturally, so
evenly. You just dampen a sponge,
or soft brush with it and draw this
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time: by morning all
gray hairs have disappeared, and
after another application or two,
your hair bcronies beautifully dark,
glossy, soft ai:d luxuriant.
otice to the Public
In order to enable the automobile owner who wishes
to sell his car to get a reasonable price for it, and to
enable the man who wishes to buy a good used car
to buy one at a reasonable price. The Automobile
Owners Protective Association has established a
clearing house for privately owned automobiles
where an owner may list his car for sale and where a
person interested in the purchase of a car may take
advantage of dealing directly with the owner.
If you want to sell your car list it with us, we have
calls daily for more used cars than we can supply.
Room 17 Bonofrio Building 11 W. Adams.
First police airplane in use in Ameri
ca and below. Mayor .A. E. Coles
of Venice. Cal., pinning police
badge on aviator Otto Jlayerhof
fer, the first air policeman.
To tho city of Venice, CaU
goes the honor of having been the
first city in the United States to
install an aero-police service.
Otto Mayerhoffer was given his
badge and made his initial Right in
his police plane recently "with ap
irst Uil Well
maybe the next big producer brought in, in the Burkburnett field, you may
read about it in a few weeks.
We are not wildcatting. Wo do not own any wildcat leases; our four leases
are all in the PKOVEN Burkburnett field, aud they are all surrounded with
production, and talk about getting up close to production. Bo you realize that
there are 60,000 barrels of oil produced daily within a radius of three miles of
Just stop and think a minute: We arc offering you an investment in four leases
in the proven Burkburnett and in all of our THREE wells.
If these three wells are producers or if even only two of them are producers,
or even but one of them is a producer, our dividends should be beyond your ex
pectations, and yet you have an opportunity to buy our stock at par until it
is all gone.
It will soon be all sold, however, and it will then be too late; therefore, make
up your mind quick, how much you want, fill out the attached coupon and send
in your remittance, and you will soon be a stockholder in all of our three wells.
The first one may be drilling any day. Quick action is therefore necessary.
The El Paso-Burkburnett
EL PASO, TEXAS
Capital, $125,000.00 Shares $10.00 Each
Fully Paid and Non-Asseasable
J. 0. Crockett, President J. E. Benton, Treas.
R. C. Ware
Office 524 First National Bank Bldg.
El Paso, Texas Phone 2647
EI Paso Burkburnett Oil Co,
524 First National Bank Building,
El Paso, Texas.
Reterve for me shares
of the El Paso Burkburnett Co, at Ten Dollars
a share. Check for $ payment
in full, mailed today.
AFFLUENT CIRCUMSTANCES :
ecos Will Be The
T BIG OIL FIELD"
Says Secy E. C. Davis Of
El Paso-Sunshine i
Oil Company I
A N OIL FIELD. THE BIGGEST OF THEM
JT ALU IS ABOUT TO BE BROUGHT IN
AT YOUR VERY DORR." said E. C Davis, one EE
of the leading newspaper men of the southwest.
"Our rig timbers and iron work are on the
ground and drilling will begin at the earliest
WAKE UP! Opportunity is calling to you every
day. It is the same opportunity that made THOU-
SANDS of ALERT PEOPLE RICH at Eastland. EE
at Ranger and at Wichita Falls. The men and
women who make MONEY are the men and
women who HEED opportunity. EE
Don't be numbered among those unfortunates who
sour on life because they have failed where others
have succeeded. EE
Every GEOLOGIST, every OIL MAN who has EE
ever investigated the PECOS FIELD, have ap-
proved it Several NOTED GEOLOGISTS have EE
predicted it will prove the BIGGEST OIL FIELD EE
in Texas. Our 640 ACRES are in the very heart
of the Pecos field. It looks like a SURE SHOT EEj
for us. Here's your opportunity to make a FOR-
TUNE Get busy BUY YOUR EL PASO-SUN-
SHINE OIL STOCK AT PAR VALUE $1.00 TO- EE
DAY WHILE YOU CAN. EE
DON'T FORGET THE VICTORY LOAN EE
C. Pa vis,
Leases on f40
Acres In the
Heart ot the
ED TASO-Sl NSnTNE OIE CO,
El l'aso, Teias.
Enclosed find S v.-
for -.-..shares at $1.00
A ddrcss T." -.-...... v.' .... .
"As the Drill Goes Down the Price Will Go Up"
In El Paso,
EL PASO, TEXAS
MAIN OFFICE, 108 EAST SAX ANTONIO STREET.
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