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PACK EIGHTEEN THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 8,. 1919 SOUTHSIDE NEWS V. D. JOHNSON, MANAGER, PHONE 85R, MESA TEMPE AGENCY Mrs. Chas. Prathef t Brown Mercantile Co.; Ph. 71 TEMPE CORRESPONDENT Mn. Delia Drollinger, Phone 206 GILBERT AGENCY Gilbert Pharmacy MESA CORRESPONDENT V. D. Johnson, Phone 85R CHANDLER AGENCY Gardner Drug Co.; Phono 84 struction work. Mesa's apportionment of this fund was $5,500, but the congre gation nearly doubled the amount. TEMPE STARTS ITS Kit C 1 IP MGN MESA HOTEL PROJECT TEMPE, Ariz., June 8. O. S. Taylor, head of the health department of the rity, is now requesting all citizens of the town to provide tight covers for their garbage cans in order that the large quantity of flics and other filth and germ carrying insects may be less ened. Every citizen should consider it liis duty to see to this and do so at once as this is a long and greatly needed act. ' ' Three Families Move vtr and Mrs Tiliss Banders have moved from the Kingsbury Flats Into the Schweppe bungalow. Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Mosier will move from their apartment in the same building to the one just vacated Dy me oanuers. jnr. W. M. Bishop and family will move from their country home to the apart ment vacated by the Mosiers. flOT TO BE LM1NCHED TILL FALL During his one and one half years ministry here, Mr. Reid has endeared himself greatly to the .church and to the public generally, Deing recognieu as a good man, tree irom aiieciauuu, and genuine in his sympathies. Mesa vs. Phoenix Cubs Today. Th 'Mesa hall team will EO UP against one of the crack teams of the otato tMav n'hm nn the local grounds . 0.9(1- .'nlnnli will ha etOPpH fl tlU.Llle royal between the two near -champion tumc M!9 and the Phoenix Cubs. llt.UU, The Cubs have been defeated Tjut once. while in a far greater numDer ot games played. Mesa has been beaten Only tn.4na & no- nifohpr i n . the person of "Em" McGowan, will be In the box tnr m Mcfiowan is an old time Mesa boy. having pitched here during his high school days, rie nas just re turned from service in tne army. DECIDED 0. E. S. to Meet The O. E. S. will meet Monday even ing, and as this is to be the last meet ing before closing for the summer, all members are urged to be present. Phoenix Visitors Mayor Dines and City Marshal Cum mins were visitors in Phoenix yesterday. To Have Operation Word has been received from Joe osner, who is still located with the armv in Newport News, Va., that he was to undergo an operation for a tu mor on his necK. MESA, June 8. At a meeting of the hotel committee yesterday wherein all of the directors except u. a. stapiey were present, it was decided to post pone all action toward the erection of a hotel until after the vacation season. Curtis Tobey, a hotel promoter and ex in fVia mattra nertainine to the business of erecting and maintaining h.toirii,j -th-mr nresent. and the com mittee went thoroughly into the matter with him. Brought lace to tace wnu ii h n-nhioms connected with build- it,o. onri cmnninir an institution that would represent an outlay of at least tirnnnn tho committee decided to . L nnaninir nf the fall season and thus judge by the price of cotton as to whether the Dmiaing snuum k nDalfen this fall Thia Tinhiicitv is eiven out by the i, ioa in nrdor'that the Mesa pub lie mav know just exactly tne status ui offnio That there is vital need of a big hotel for Mesa is undisputed, ana that such a high class hotel would be a paying proposition is likewise agreed upon. Meanwhile. the one thing that is holding back the town is the lack of first class entertainment facilities for such patrons as demand the best in the way of accommodations. Carl Pomeroy Goes to Newport News. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pomeroy are in receipt of a, message from their-son r"oi AvtoA at iarA Island, and Stat ic thqt a noH hppn nrdered to NeW- II , , luct ,.uu -- - port News, presumaDiy lor transport duty. Pomeroy has been in the navy about a year. - PDVJtR PIAHT ftT KELT TIED IIP By WW CllMIiER'S n 10 ma One Plant of Four Affected Other Power Called In Estimates on Number of Electrical Workers Out, Vary A? on aiiwnPA nf several years, ....ino. Thih timA thov resided on the coast, Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Munger I have returned to Phoenix to mane xneir future home. Mr. Munger was the founder of the Munger Bros. Olive Oil factory, one of the largest industries of its kind on the Pacific coast. In the future he will be associated with the Kolberg Bros.. in the operation of the Arizona laun dry. Mr and Mrs. Muneer are widely known among the older residents of the AnmrnxnitV having T-OKtrtAfl in f nOeillX many years before going to California. o of Floyd Williams Buys Residence. Flnvd Williams has purchased a res- irinia citnated west nf the A. and E. depot, belonging to the W. R. Stewart Realty-company. , Chandler Realty' Man Here. J. ' L. Entrekin, realty dealer Phandler was a. business visitor MceQ voetorrtav The worts Of it WaS that Mr. Entrekin looked up and down the tsreet and asked "vvny is mesa so dull?" Funny how those Chandlerites feel about their home town. One re members when another booster from the shade of the San Marcus wanted n Hot the newsnaner man that Chand ler will yet be a larger place than the south side metropolis. - Fords, Chevrolets and other light cars in Utility trailers. ....... m,.i,,, will null from two to five t,m hoir rated load In addition to carrying their capacity load. We have two ton four wheel trailers anu ton semi-trailers being pulled with ...nta wo hve. a three ton t roM or ntoH for hav hauling behind a three-quarter ton truck, une two-ion . i. nj to,n tan-ton Utility Ll UVtV IS yi 11 1 1 1 II . . . v. - - trailers and another two-ton truck two (kroo-ton traitors Tflf Sf 9re all local people who among many otnere ic appreciating the value of the trailer. The trailer, continues Mr. Hartranft, utilizes surplus power, power which AvrHn-nMiiir p-noa. to waste. Contrast what you can pull yourself with what you are able to carry; appiy i"'" -i i vmii frsnsnnrijLLiuii 11 rti Vli. ttl may -w J ' " 1 Dioblems and you nave uw transportation. j o finnrlav at The Theaters. . At the Majestic today will be seen Tims FiviH in "The Love Defender," tncether with a Billv Parsons comedy. The Orpheum. is offering as -its bill Mae Murray in Modern Love. Here From the East Mr. Slack and a daughter are here irom the east visiting Mrs. Slack and another daughter who have been win tering here. . " Normal Baccalaureate The baccalaureate sermon for the graduation class of the Tempe Normal will be given next Sunday evening, June IS, in the Normal auditorium. The Uev. T. O. Douglas will deliver the bac calaureate sermon. Christian Church Sunday school at ten and morning worship at eleven. The pastor, Rev. J. Tt PnnnHtrpd will nrennh nn "Christian Union.' The mission study classes will begin promptly at eight p. m. A journey will be taken through the province of India. Methodist Church Sunday School at ten and preaching t eleven by the pastor. Rev. Mr. Nich olson. There will be no Epworth League during the summer months. Here From Sonoita Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alexander and son, Cecil of Sonoita are spending a Sfv days in Tempe looking after busi ness interests and visiting. The Alex ander were residents of Tempe for a good many years before going to Sonoita. FINE piano to be sold this week for $150. 520 Ash Ave., Tempe. It A TEST OF PATRIOTISM (Chattanooga Times.) The man who follows his cheering with a job for a soldier is a real patriot. City Park for Baseball Purposes Manager Dixon of the Mesa ball team stated yesterday that the mem bers of the city council mo st the use of a part of the vacant ten--acre citv park in the northern part of town, as a ball park. This wlil neces sitate the taking out oi a i umbrella chinas m tne center oi tne ono v,,it will still leave a large num ber of trees around the edges. Now Dixon is hunting some one with a tractor big enough to pull the trees h the roots. He is using all his powers of persuassion on the paving company for the UBe ot their big roller, .i. .:t-u v. T-I..TT1 norlou tractor are WmCIl WlLlt I": inmi"."vj . - about the only two machines powerful enough for tne wont. The city park has ample room for the needs of the ball ground and yet leave a considerable space unoccupied. It is the intention ot tne team to nave a grand stand erectea, ana hub hu the number of shade trees on the edges will afford relief for the spectators from the summer heat. Fifteen Miles of Sidewalk for Mesa Fifteen miles of new sidewalk .for Mesa! This is in addition to the walks already laid, and will constitute the work next before the city. This ex tensive improvement will make Mesa t o het ontiinoed towns in the country in the way of paved walks, for the 15 miles include nearly every block in town- The city engineer's office is busy making estimate's and will be able to report the last of June. The 15 miles, however, is given out as a certainty, and this will mean free-fr-rxm Huet and mud. and children dry shod at school during the wipter instead of sitting during tne scnuoi hours with their snoes wet irom u uu6- i ann mtiririir aidpwalks. AS SOOn as the council receives the engineer's report further steps win De lanen to ward the immediate prosecuuun ut ue work. ; Eastern Star Social Club. Ti Fastern Star Social club will hold a meetins in the Masonic hall, Mnnrtav afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. All members and those eligible to mem bership are invited to attend. Personal Mention. - Dr. F. D. Rowell, of Gilbert, was a Affeca visitor vesterdav. ' Mr3. A. C. Robbins is visiting with hav mother Mrs. David Wallace of Mesa. Mrs. Robbins accompanied her husband in from the Sunflower ranch, on a drive with several hundred fat cattle for shipment. Mrs. Sheehan, mother of W. A. Riggs will leave today for a visit to Prescott. She will be accompanied by her grand daughter, Dorothy. It makes no difference what your wants may be, you can have them sup piled by using and reading The Repub lican Classified Pages. HAULING TEAMING Horses and mules for sale or trade E. G. CLARKE . Phone 72 Tempe !. L. Gibbons MESA, ARIZ. Phone 222 Funeral Director and Embalmer Lady Attendant M:;rin. ftota Deserved Treat t ti tj nastnr of the Meth odist church of Mesa, will receive at the hands of his eongregation a wen j aat in tVio wav of a free trio UC9CI vru "tm ... ." j -- ' - to the Methdist Centenary celebration at Columbus, Ohio, this month. In ad dition to paying their preacher's fare they voted him a montn s vatauuu. The celebration will Degm June t nnnt;nne fnr a number of days The occasion is the commemorating inntn anniversary of Methodist missions,, and the joy bringing portion of the gathering is the successful com pletion by the church of its huge task of raising XIUU.UUO.UOU lor worm reran CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS. Baptist. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. 'to. and 7:30 p. m. Tt "V P TT at R-flft tl. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 8:00 p. m. " , ; Choir practice, Thursday at 8:00 p. m. Js LAWRENCE BELL, : Pastor. . J. Methodist. Bulletin for .Sunday, June 8th:. '9:45 Bible School. M. J. Norton, superintendent. 11:00 Morning worship. pastors theme. "CreatLonism or Evolution Which?" A series of sermons on tne teachings of .the Bible, answering tne Question. "Does - known science con tradict the Bible?" . 7:15 Enworth League. 8:30 -Evening Worship. Pastor's topic, "The League of Nations.' Public cordially invited to all eer- vices. D. H. REID, Pastor. Mesa Second Ward. Tima tins heen chaneed one hour earlier for all Sunday services in the Second Ward. The time beginning Sunday, the 8th, is as follows: Teachers' Training Class io:ju a. m.- - - ' . 1 '" " ' Sunday School 10:30 a. m. Reznlar Service at 12:20 and M. I. A. services at the usual time, 8:30 p. Phnir Tvrantiee everv Thursdav nicht at 8:30 under the direction of E.. H. Johnson. Priesthood meetings will be discon tinued for three months, until the first Wednesday night in fc-eptemoer. CLARENUE DAINA. FOR SALE - ."BEE SUPPLIES"" Direct from the factory, low prices, High Grade Quality GEO. L. EMERSON CO. 428-30 South Hewitt Street Los Angeles, California - rino of the four plants of the Salt River Valley Water Users' association at the Roosevelt dam, which supply . . . ...mhur nf the large electric energy i" - - , mines of the state an to the city or Phoenix, was tied up Dy a yesterday, when the association refused a demand lor a cioseu sv creased wages- Officials of the association an- i. tint with Satur- nouncea iaai i6'" day's peak load to handle, they had been forced to call on the emergency steam plant of the Inspiration Copper . trio, tn take care of the cumpo.iiy ul luioii" . nnwer for that district. In Phoenix, the ' , K T3g,fm emergency steam piaui "t - - Gas and Electric company also has been pressed into service. It was stated that the demand ior a closed shop and increased wages was presented on behalf of the men by T. J. Croaff. president of the Arizona btate . . . . a .n.i.r fort- Federation Ot aLDOr, aim eral labor agent here. W. R. Elliott, eeneral superintendent of the Salt Riv er Valley Water Users' association, which distributes tne puwei ut Roosevelt dam, declared it was impos sible to meet the closed shop ultima tum, and the walkout resulted. Reports Vary on Men Out TTnion officials last night asserted that upwards of 100 operators and linemen had lett tneir posts at m ui. and throughout the sail mver voucj. The announcement by the association was to the effect that at the dam four operators had quit, ana in ine yaaiej four more, while ten linemen had left their work, making a total of 18 who, the association officials asserted, had moivort nut The number of employes of the association was placed at about 350. tnv. monn fr,r- increased waees was said by association officials to include -.. i.- nf f-nui itt tn 17 a dav for line - mon anrl nf from SI 25 to S150 a mOnth for operators. It was stated Dy tne nffitiaia that until a. week ago there had heen no union operators on their navrnii hut ttia.t nreanizers rcceiiLijt 1 into the ranks. MnrA than Rft tipr cent of the power plant employes had refused to join the union, said association omc;ais. In Hands of Mediator Union officials stated late last night that they had placed their case in the hands of Federal Mediator Hywell rtavies and thev exDected an amicable adjustment of the difficulty. An official ot tne water users asso ciation asserted last night that the .mnlnnaii ot tho nnwor nlant had fir- CIUIIIUJO " 1- n,v ' " ' - I" ganezid expressly to go on strike, which had oeen coniempiaieo. Detore me union organization. He also declared that at least four of the association's linemen, to his personal Knowieage naa ivichcui tn sm nn with their work, beine i.ria urtth nnnHitfnns hilt had heen forced to quit with the others by the strikers, rnese men, ne aauea, nau started for the mines, disgusted with the affair and determined to find a place where they could work in peace. THE TRAILER WAY INTRANSP0RTAT10W How much will my auto or my truck pull in addition to the load it carries? is a frequent question asked Mr. Hart ranft, distributor of'Utllity trailers. In reply he states mat tne ngniesi auto win riannte a one-ton i tintv trailer with ease. We have patrons who are hauling over a ton and a half behind WHO TOOK 251KB. MEMORIAL TABLET? rri.Ao la miinh afritation 8JB to What has become of a certain large, heavy and highly ornamental bronze tablet that was designed to be placed at the entrance of the capitol addition. More than one person seems to be worried about it. Supt. Crisman, In charge of the construction of the addi tion, wants very badly to know where it is. So does Andrew Baumert, chair man nf the commission ot state insti tutions. Mr. Crisman says that it was . i i. it,, onnstructkm warehouse. BlUITU 11. ., . and that he had not looked at tt for a month, and yesterday just nappeneu . to go in there and found It missing. . He does not accuse anyone ol taking it. Mr. Crisman .tated last night, but he wishes they would bring It back. ., . .; , .' , t. ' The tablet bore the name of former Governor Hunt,- the former members of the commission ot state institutions J-Ladd, Whitney and OsDorn, ana oi the building superintendent 3. C. Cns- man. It was cast irom i.i.-6. -bronze, and is worth about 300. them. ps retort ;: ; ; (Answers, London.) r - , A voter wrote to his M. P.: " .ti. aw' understand some of the. things you said in that speech of yours last Monday," ana ne tnen went v ..y deplore his views. . j- The M. P. replied: "You should not find fault with me. What you do not thoroughly understand you cannot intelligently disapprove of. , RECORD REPORTER A Daily Report of Filing in ; COUNTY RECORDER'S OFFICE U. S. DISTRlvT wuni 8TATE SUPREME COURT : SUPERIOR COURT JUSTICE COURT I - - -t Compiled by Expert Swrchers ; L. D. Hiatt Zoo M. Hiatt Phono 856o MORE READ THE FOLLOWING TELEGRAM: Alert Oil and Refining Company, ' - , ' 310 Cooper Building, Denver, Colo. : , Will start drilling on SOO-acre lease near Holiday just as soon as derrick can be built and machinery arrives. Tanks and pipe now being movei on ground Moving , rig off to place Star machine on well on 107-acre lease. Will he drilling again Just as soon as possible, and should this well come in as big as expected or as large as wel.s north and west of us would advise to withdraw the sale of stock from he market. ; Geologists are looking for a big well. . . C. D. COLBTJRN, Secretary. The above information alone warrants n immediate purchase of this stock while it can be had at the present price, and without other valuable leases in.tho vicinity of such big producers as the Golden Cycle Burk-Waggoner and Roller wells on which we soon expect to commence drill.ng, we hope to soon be able to withdraw this offering of TEN CENTS PER SHARE from th. market. Act at once .f you want in on this. The Alert Oil & Refining Company -310-.B Cooper Building. Denver, Colorado TT TT TTTTV WAV Weddina Secret Leaks Out. The first news of the marriage of William Brooks and Mrs. Pearl Moore began to circulate about town yester dav and whe nfriends of the couple in vestigated they tound. tne two- naa olinnod off to Florence and been mar ried there last Thursday. Mr. Brooks ia the nronrietor of the Bill Brooks service station in Mesa, while his bride in the daughter of C. A. Corbell. a Tomno rnnchpr. The counle will make their home on the Corbell ranch for the present, but are arranging to build a home in North Evergreen. . . o ' V V Two Wells Due In RIGHT EQW FOR SALE Two Artificial PI .ants. Capacities: ; 60,000 and 80,000 Cubic Feet per Day Guaranteed to be in absolutely first class fondition. Most modern up-to-date types. ' ; Must sell at big sacrifice in price. Also Two Gas Holders ' 10,000 and 20,000 Capacities , - k "Wire for full information. - . i . 1,-1 . i Oil-Mining Equipment Co. 2624 Santa Fe Ave. Los Angeles, Cal. Through the heavy advertising and with the thousands of stocldiolders we have in your iiuuugii un-iiv,u.j o . . j. n ii "U,,4- "XTT?TTT AT?" Vrn Vnnw nil Olir hold- State, it is not necessary tnis time io ten yvu on awui - - .v '' ings, Who our company is and all about us,.and this ad is merely written to notify all stock- holders to watch this paper very cioseiy evwy uav iui uC aiuiuuvvUr-vx . Our well at Kanger i,s aue in, our weu m uiun. i o, uutxiuun, MOTOR SUPPLY CO IS STATE AGENT FOR T! OliOIDIIS gft Mow am nvttr ticomont rppardiner Dia mnnH timon annoarinET in Saturday in n'c Tj.nnltliinn and natninir the luui mug o . .... ... D - Jast-Crackle Company as distributors in this territory for Diamond tires is in .rrnr onrt should have read the Mot or Runnlv oomDanv of I hoenix. The Motor Supply company is Arizona dis fnw iiiomnnn Tiros TnA!n.mfaiiv tho lnal rnnrprn deals directly with the Diamond tire factory and not through any distributor or agency, as might be- supposed. The tAtf. snnniv romnanv has been 'Ari zona distributor for Diamond tires for the past three years, j Tho advertisement vesterday. an nouncing a higher mileage for tire ad t,iimpnto (a one of the most import . n o,itn nwnora of rpcent date rtill. 1" " - - n...nftn. oil TUnmnnil tiren will De u.. - - adjusted on a basis of 6,000 miles for fabrics and 8,000 (mlles for. cora .con-, struction. rni.ln nAi,nnomont i3 indeed OOd - xuio wiiw.. news to automobile owners, especially in this community, ana 11 maioo a "s Ktm forward in the construction .ot automobile tires. It was not so many years ago that, a mileage oi irom 2,500 to 8,000 miles was considered tfx oontlnnnl Likewise, the announcement . indi- . v.o foltri of -thp Diamond com pany In the durability of its products and a belief, backed up by a guarantee, Vn TMomnnrt tlroa are made of RUf- i ficiently high quality to withstand long Maybe while you are reading this ad they will be shooting over the derrick This stock will either be advanced or be taken off the market m the next lew days so it is advisable if you' want to make best buy in State of Texas to go right now to the Telegraph oViavpc jq vnii wish, rvr see vour local broker. ALJ-i omce anu. wue vuui uiuuo iui ,o mtnij j BROKERS KNOW US AND KNOW OUR PROPOSITION. .We are swamped with orders if you wire us and don't get an immediate reply, please be patient. WIRE YOUR ORDERS WIRE YOUR ORDERS MAIL AT ONCE This Is the Best Buy in Texas and Don t Forget It The Weimar Oil Company A Texas Corporation u Capital $350,000 $2.00 Per Share f iita r loor Mills Building, El Paso, Texas THE WEIMAR OIL COMPANY, " Mills Building, El Paso, Texas. I hereby subscribe for shares of "Weimar Oil Company stock, $2.00 per share,, and enclose herewith $........, for same. Name , ' ; Address v . . ... ...... This Stock may be taken off the market any day Better be safe than sorry. I usage, lrrespecjfy.pj'comiiuuua, ,.