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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1921 FOR 160 Choice Dairy Cows They consist of Durhams, Jerseys, Holsteins and Red Poles. The bulk of the Jerseys and all the Poles are registered and all the cows are bred to registered males. These males have real pedigrees. For experienced dairymen in position to take care of the stock they may wish to buy terms can be ar ranged. CALL FOR C. F. ALLEN HASSAYAMPA CREAMERY COMPANY BUSINESS CHANCES 27 ' Drug Store Want to buy all or Interest in good paying and up-to-date pharmacy; population 3,000 or over; give all par ticulars In first communication. Ad dress Rox 1'OK, Republican. tP YOL'NU man lias $1UOO and services to invest; wants payinj prop. Box 4f,J, Republican. bd PERSONALS WILL, motor to Tulsa, Okla., in a 1920 Buick touring car and have room for three passenger?; can leave any time. Apply to 417 N. 7th Ave. It WANT a party of two or three to go to Kan Francisco. Call before 9:30 n. m.. In renr 3fil N. 5th Ave. It YOUNG MAN motoring to Los An proles In Ford car would take party along to share expenses. Call at 27 .. 2nd St.. or Phone 4617 between 9 and 10 Wednesday morning. Ask for IL C. r,,m.Ar It INK DHaVVLN'G Design for cuts, trade marks, brands, especially head letters, monograms. T3. Vargas, 3o lu. Wash. St., apart. 8, together Phoenix Kntrraving Co. bk YOUNG MAN Mechanic and chauf feur, would drive car or go as passen ger to Denver. M. Freilinger, Phone 34fil. bd DRESSMAKING MODISTE Smart suits and gowns; distinctive remodeling; work guaranteed. Miss Jack3on. 1631 W. Washington. Phone 377. tf J1KS. WF.ATHFRHOLT. STYLE SHOP. 145 W. MONROE. UP-TO-DATE DRESSMAKING AND TAILOR ING, tf DRiiSSMA KING TAILORING AND ART NEEDLEWORK Miss Smith. Room 31. Annex Hotel, tf GOODJaON AND WAD DELL Exclusive .dressmaking and design inging; MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED; work guaranteed. 70ft North 1st St. tf THE WRIGHT SHOP; NEW GOWNS EXQUISITE. OLD GOWNS MADE NEW. PONE 3373, 16 N. SEC OND AVE. tf FURNITURE REPAIRING WANTED HELP. MALE 22 Wanted Tarty to clean, disc and level Fowl er tract and let it upply toward pay ing for a lot in said tract. Restricted district. II. G. Tolleson, Phone 42S2, Room 8"1 Hoard Fids'. It WANTED Man to wajsli dishes and do porter work; steady Job and a good place to work; man must have refer ences. Call Fayway Butter store, 13 N. Central Ave, hg ARIZONA AUTO AND TRACTOR SCHOOL N OUR INSTRUCTION IS JUST AS GOOD AND COSTS LESS THAN HALF AS MUCH AS IT DOES TO GO AWAY TO SCHOOL. OUR GRADUATES ARE MAKING GOOD. 432 WEST ADAMS ST. FHONE 797 , Lf WE START YOU In the candy busi ness at home, small room, or any where; everything furnished; earn $30 weekly, up; men, women; experience unnecessary; advertise candy.. Send felf addressed stamped envelope for free particulars. Candymakers Co., 3 P. Hth St.. Priladelphia, Pa. 2bb LOST AND POUND 25 IF YOU want cotton pickers or any other reliable help, call CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 15 WALL ST. FHONE 46fiS tf WA.itJJ toingio man with some cash or Ford truck to deliver in Thoe nix on a 60-50 basis. Call 3738. bd GUARANTEE EMPLOYMENT OFS. 2nd St. and Adams. Phono 1480 Office, hotel and restaurant help skilled and unskilled labor. tf LEAKN THE BATTERY AM) IGNITION BUSINESS IN FOUR WEEKS FOR JliO WILL TEACH YOU HOW TO MAKE LARGE MONEY AND GIVE YOU AGENCY FOR ONE OF OLDEST BATTERIES MADE. BOX 30.1. REPUBLICAN. bl LIVE VVIKE EMPLOYMENT AGO." Z Cactus Way. Phone 693 Competent help sent to any place In the state or. short notice. tf WILL SELL half interest in my new business row established; party must have $750 cash a-nd be office man. Box IRK, Rcpnbllcnn. bd WANTED MFI P-FEMALE WANTED A woman to do house work and help with babies. Call 331 V.. Culver. dh LOST Mala bundle bulldog, license 312; answers name of Cleeko. Call J. B. Ryan. 8306. It LOST 33x5 new Firestone tire and rim, Monday evening, between Flor ence and Phoenix; finder please re turn to Republican office and receive lineral reward. LOST Certificate of O. H. and R. C. oil Htock, valuable only to owner. Phono 3140. bk LOST Boy's mackinaw coat, be tween Portland and Scottsdale. Notify G. A. Gallagher, Adams Hotel; re ward, it STRAYED from pasture, 4 miles southwest of Cashion. 4 work horse3. 2 brown mares, 1100 each, 10 yrs. old; 2 4-year-old geldings, one large roan and one ( bay. Notify D. T. Aliens worth, c'o Cashion Stnre: reward, bk LOST Bunch of keys, return to Economy Laundry, 6th Ave and Wash ington; rewar1. hg CAME to my place, i Dec. 22, one colt branded N-C on right hip; one sorrel horse branded L-F on right hip; one gray mare, no brand visible. Own er can have ame by paying expenses of their keep and this ad. E. W. Hud son. Tempo. Ariz. hi SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING The annual meeting of the stockholders of the United Pro duce Growers' Association of Arizona will be held at the office of the asso ciation at Glendale, Arizona, at 2 p. m. Thursday, F'eb. 10, 1921, far the pur pose of receiving reports and electing officers for the ensuing year. JAMES O. HAM MET.S. President. bp THE LEON JONES Fire Company will not be responsible for debts con tracted by any parties but C. W. Hill and Leon Jones. bg Jan. 10, 1921 I have sold my business at 1018 East Washington St. to Mr. J. II. Roberts; any claim on me can be made at my residence. R. J. Craft. 142C Tast Washington St. bm NOTICE My property at 1129 E. Pierce is off the market. Owner, J. R. Fnre-ey. bk RAE SHOP Marcelling, hair dressing, hot oil and special scalp treatments, electrical fa cials, combings made up. 31 S. 3rd Ave. Fhone 3260 tf FEMALE PUP Part bull, about 3 months old. Came to my place. Own er can have same if he will call and identify him and pay for this ad. 926 F. Taylor. hg LOST Bunch of keys. Flader re turn to Republican and receive re ward, tf BACK of lady's wrist watch. Sun day. Return to K. Friedman for re ward. bg STRAYED from Agua Caliente, De cember 26, 1 buck skin horse, one bay horse, blind In one eye, will be together. Phone 712. Georgo Hageman Co., Phoe nix. . . bk LOST On Grand avenue, or north west of Glendale. Lady's furs. Re ward. Phone 4109. bg EXPERIENCED waitress wanted at the Chocolate Shop. tf WANTED, lady under 30, no children, to care for home of widower with 2 children. Por gj. RepuHIenn, bd WANTED Woman to do housework. Three In family, no washing. 1218 K. Jefferson. K. Apt. Jas. B. Moore. bd FOUND In pasture, 2Va miles west of Glendale, 5 head of horses. One bay and one gray. Owner can have them by paying expenses. Notify E. L. Cook. bn CAME to my place on base line De cember 22nd one colt, branded N. C. on right hip; sorrel horse branded I S. on right hip; one gray mare, no brands. Owner can have same by paying for expenses and this ad. E. W. Hudson. R. 2. Tempe. hi FIVE POINTS AUTO PAINT SHOP 632 W. Van Buren Et. Phone 4290 Largest and best equipped shop m the state. Expert work. Ratea very low. One year written guarantee tt WANTED Attractive dancing part r.er who really can dance ballroom dantfs. Make appointment for meet ing' between hours 4 and 6 p. m. Ap ply Frank Farnum. Adams Hotel tf HOME work; $30 weekly, up; experi ence unnecessary; everything fur nished.' Bend self addressed stamped envelope for free particulars. Candy makers Co., 5 S. 18th St., Philadelphia, Pa, 2bb WANTED, an experienced girl to rook and do general housework. Two In family and no washing. 614 W. Pn-tland. Phone 41 K). hk FOUND One gray and brown horse, seems to be about 6 years old, 16 hands high; brown horse, both hind feet white, spot Jn face; both horses In good flesh. Owner can get same by paying this ad and feed bill in sec tion 24. 2 N., 2 E. J. D. Attaway, R. 6 Box 2.18. ba LOST O-R STRAYED Two police dogs, male and female, about 1 year old, belonging to C. L. Robinson, living near creamery. Reward for informa tion or return. Glendale. Ariz. bg WANTED i'oung lady to answer telephone (private exchange), and do fome clerical work. See Mr. King at Republican, between 9:30 and 10.30 a. m. today. It WAN1ED Partner in office, must be experienced, young or middle aged lady; single preferred. Call in rear of 237 N. Central Ave. Busy Fee Employ ment Office. hg WAN1ED Girl or woman to assist with housework evenings and Satur days. See Mrs. Holcomb, 1314 E. Van Buren. bk WANTED HELP. MALE AND FEMALE 24 MEN, women, $." hour advertising perfumem, soaps, toilet goods, etc. Ex perience unnecessary. Write for spe- i )1 $14 advertising ah refund offer. Dnbbs Trur Co., Memphis, Tnn. bn MONEY TO LOAN 25 LOST Gent's alligator hand bag, between Bell cafe on west Washing ton and Clarendon Ave. Reward. 207 W. Wash. bd LOST Wrist watch, Monday morn ing. Phone 613. bd LOST A platinum lavalliere set with one small diamond. Return to Mrs. P. H. Hays, 1016 N. Second St., and receive reward. bg LOST A platinum lavalliere set with diamonds. Return to Mrs. W. II Dawkins, Hotel Adams and receive re ceive reward. tf STRAYED A black cow with horns about a. years old; burned figure 8 right hip. Owner can have same by calling at Roberts Ranch, 22nd Ave. and Buckeye Road and paying ex pensps. BUSINESS CHANCES Mare Island Furn. Shop. Repair ing, packing. Cash for your broken up furniture. 906 S. 1st St, Phone 8767. tf ELECTRICAL DEALERS WIRING FIXTURES SUPPLIES Motor Repairing and Rewinding a specialty. New State Electric Co., Phone 44:16. 214 W. Washington St. tf VINSON BROS. t CARTER Electrical supplies, contracting, mo tor winding, repairs. 227 W. Adams St., Phone 3?!S. tf FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Send us your order for Grapefruit, Oranges and all other assorted fruits, Shipping is our specialty. SANITARY FRUIT CO. 616 West Van Buren Street tf FURNITURE REPAIRING FURNITURE REPAIRING Refinishing and Upholstering Packing by Expert Packers DORRIS-1IEYMAN FURNITURE CO. tf FERTILIZER SOUTHSIDE NEWS OFFICE SOUTHSIDE DEPARTMENT 16 South Macdonald Street; Phone 341; Mesa TEMPE AGENCY Laird &. Dines Drug Store Phone 22 GILBERT AGENCY Gilbert Pharmacy Phone Mesa 1P.2 CHANDLER AGENCY Gardner &. Harmer Drug Store Phono 21 GOODYEAR AGENCY J. E. Flanagan Refreshment Parlor fflSH 5ET1G PREPARED FOR IIIRAL 1 RE-ELECT HE AID OFFICERS TORS OF Mr. Jur- FERT1LIZKR or light hauling; yard cleaning. Call or send card. G. M. Brazil, 1347 W. Fillmore. Phone 8158. . tf HATTERS All kinds of hats cleaned and blocked. California Hatters. 224 E. Adams. HAULING ACCOUNTANTS JOHN VV. WAGNER Certified Public Accountant. Room t. Central Bldg. 139 N. Cent. Phone 1223 tf AWNINGS TENTS, AWNINGS AND CAMP FURNITURE. We make everything known that will fool rain and sun. Phoenix Tent & Awning Co., corner of First and Monroe Sts. Phone 1411. tf AUTO PAINTING DETROIT AUTO PAINT SHOP 613 S. Central Ave- Phone 4677 tf AUTO TIME TABLE GULLLA.M S STAGE LINE "OLLESON CASHION AVONDALE LITCHFIELD Stages leave First and Washington streets at 8 a. m., 10 a. m.. 12 coon, 2 p. m., 4 p. m. and 6 p. m. Telephone 4183 AUTO REPAIRING NEAL sharpens, repairs, buys, sells anything. 202 N. Ninth St. Phone 8627. tf Third Avenue Garage. formerly Apache Trail Garage, xnira Ave, ai Adams. We repair Fords and Dodges especially. Our service satisfies. dl FERTILIZER or light hauling; yard cleaning. Call or eend card. G. M. Brayil. 1347 W. Fillmore tf HEMSTITCHING Work called for and delivered; mall orders solicited. Mrs. J. W. Boland. 331 W. Wash. Phone 1249. 1-bk RODIFIEK S CORSET SHOPPE Hemstitching and home dresses. Mrs. J. A. Rodifler. 208 W. Wash. 1-bb THE WRIGHT SHOP Exclusive Gowns Pleating, hemstitching, picoting, but tons, pinking MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED All pleatirw? done In Wright shop. Telephone 3379. 16 North 2nd Ave. 1-bb THE HEMSTITCH SHOP Hemstitching, pleating, button end buttonholes; mail orders solicited. Phone 1441. 33 West Monroe Street. tf HUES! mm oik MESA, Jan. 11. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the First Na tional bank of Mesa was held Tuesday afternoon, the only change in the pres ent board of directors being the elec tion of Fred C. Weekes to fill the va cancy caused by the resignation of H. L. Chandler. At the directors' meeting whjch was. held following the stock holders' gathering, E. Carlson, present teller in the bank, was appointed as sistant cashier. The stockholders elected the follow ing board of directors of the bank: J. T. Lesueur, O. S.Stapley. L. H. Van Spanckerenf. A. C. McQueen, X. G. Peterson, II. D. Evans, John Nelson and J. J. Fraser, and elected Mr. Weekes as the new member of the board. The directors, in addition to th?ir appointment of Mr. Carlson as assist ant cashier, re-elected the following officers: J. T. Lesueur. president; O. S. Stapley, vice president; L. II. Van Spanckeren, cashier; R. B. Schupp, as sistant cashier. The same directors and officers of the Mesa Savings Bank and Trust i company, which is affiliated with the First National bank, were re-elected. John C. Raymond will remain at the head of the bank as secretary-treasurer. W. C. T. U. Annual Meeting Tlje Woman's Christian Temperance union of Mesa will hold its regular meeting at the home of the secretary Mrs. S. D. Wilbur, 122 North Mac Donald street, on Wednesday after noon at 2:30. The' election of officers for the new year and other business will be transacted and icfreshments will be served. All who ars interested n the cause of temperancs will be welcome at the meeting. Shelving in Library Secretary Dan Collett of the Com mercial club was busy Tuesday ar ranging the new club rooms ir. the Mets building. Shelving for the new library, which will be opened in con nection with the club rooms, is being placed and other work is being done there preliminary to Its opening ths latter part of the month. Painting and other work is being done in the quar ters to be occupied by the commercial club. Boy in Bowden Horns A nine-pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bowden of the Seville bunga low court Tuesday afternoon. Bowden is emnloved at the C. C rett store. Haws Move to Mesa J. F. Haws, who was ranching last season south of Tempe, has moved to th Mesa district. He will be located on a farm just east of his brother, T. A. Haws, five miles northeast of Mesa. Southside Theaters Today Majestic, Mesa "Sick a-Bed," star ring Wallace Reid. Paramount Maga zine. Gilbert Rex Beach's special produc tion, "The Silver Horde." Pathe News. Tempe "Mrs. Temple's Telegram." tarring Bryant Washburn. Bray Pic- tograph. Burton Hoimes travelogue. Chandler "Guilty of Love," starring Dorothy Dalton. "Phantom Foe" serial. WANTED Plowing, disking and bordering: team or tractor; by acres or by day. George Holiis, Kelly-Diehl-Hipper Office. Mesa. It -o inLOEFilEI TO PRESENT PROGRAM JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER M. Meckler & Co 305 E. Washington, expert watchmaker and jewelen tf CHAS. A, 106 N. First Ave. SHELDON Phone 8583 LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED Neal sharpens, repairs, buya, sells anything. 203 N. Ninth St. Phone 8692. tt LAUNDRY FIRST CLASS colored hand laundry 136 S. Seventh street. Phone 23S6. bg BICYCLES PHOENIX CYCLE COMPANY Harry Crandall, Prop. 108 East Adams Phone 1717 tf KING BROTHERS 110 E. Adams BAPBER SUPPLIES Blanton Co.. 206 West Wash. tf BATHS AND MASSAGES CHAS. G. FULLER, BATH AND MASSAGE PARLORS. E06 E. Adams Street. Phone 3304. tf BEAUTY SPECIALIST Mlneralada treatment removes wrin kles and all skin blemishes. Mrs. N. L. Hughes, graduate in beauty culture. Phone 4SB4 for appointment. 1-ds CARPENTER MUST be sold this week. Meat mar ket; A-l fixtures, good location, two year lease; best buy in town; J650 will handle. Thonn 4364. See owner at 241 S. Center. bg FOR SALE Lease and furniture in 14 -room apartment house at 343 N. Sicon'l avpii bg WANT LOAN of J2500; wanted on new double house valued at threo times the loan; also want loan of S25.00O on land valued at $?5.000. If you want to loan money ee us for good s turity. Kincaid-Bomnn Realty Co.. ' ' 2 r tV- Adams St., Phone 3..31. h.l MONEY TO LOAN on Salt River Valley farms. Do l.ot apply unless vour propertv Is strk-tly first class. Address 312 Heard Building, Phoenix. tf WILL M UN I on good Kood in-i'-' hort time notes, K. Willefta St. well bk LOAN H"-' to J.0U0 u perty; $500-) to loan on i.'.l rrsl estate. E. L V.ft V.in Buren. tf WANT TO F.ORROW J4.000 on 1st mortgage, 1 or 2 'ars, security $33,000 rropertv. . Box UK. lpuMlcan. bg WANT TO RORROU fit 10 per itr.l inUrest. $oi'0 at once Fox C2J, Ho-bd FOR SALE Furniture store in the best town in the state of Arizona, do ing fine business. Address P. O. Box fr.5, Nogalos, Art?- bl LEASE and furniture of seven-room house including screen porch, for sale. House ail equipped for light houe Voniny. 224 V,. Van Ruren. hm NEWKHT . n, best paying iipart mnt houe in Phoenix. Will sell prop erty or f rrniture and lease, owner. Post Box 677. CONTRACTING carpenter and cab inet work, toys. William Schnorr, 1343 East Adams. Phone 2612. 1 bd LET ME build, paint or repair your house. O. W. Burks, 246 S. 12th Ave. Phor.e Sfi4S. 1-ds SMALL jobs and repairs. William Livingston, 223 North Second street Phone 28S9. 1 bd Rough dry, finish work. 1134 V:. Monroe. Phone t009. 1-bk LIVERY STABLES Star corral and feed yard. General livery. Saddle horses a npeclalty. 2nd Ave. and Madison. William F. Cavnesa. Prop. tf MILLINERY Ladles Hat Shop. Hats remodeled. New hats made (frames). 115 East Roosevelt. lbk PAINT SUPPLIES MATHEWS PAINT CO.. 128 SOUTH FIRST AVE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN PAINTS. OILS. VARNISHES, BRUSHES, ETC. PHONE 1259 PROMPT DELIVERY. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER SCHOOL OF MUSIC Everything in music, expression, lan guares and dancing. Phone 1009. tf TRANSFER AND STORAGE GOLDEN RUI TRANSFER CO Baggage and express, 7 days service. EOc; upstairs, 75c, F. Howe. bk CHAMBERS TRA NSFER AND STORAGE CO. Any kind of hauling Fireproof storage. Phone 1228 or 3526. tf Baggage checked to destination. All kinds of hauling. Fireproof storage, Lightning Delive-y Co- 42 S. Center, Phone 3034 and 4126. t SPANISH TEACHER WANTED Students tor Spanish. Rear 230 N. T-hlrrl St. lbl TYPEWRITER REPAIRING TEMPE. Jan. 11 A regular meeting of the musical department of the Tem- ne Woman's club will be held in the high school auditorium, Thursday eve ning at 7:30 o clock. A ehort Dusinessi meeting will precede the program, at which all members, active, associate and auxiliary, are especially urged to be prcront. Each member will be ad mitted free and is privileged to bring one euest free, and others it desired at 23 cents each. Admission for non- members will be 25 cents each. The following program will be ren dered. Miss Anderson, program chairman. Paper lien Musical Systems Af fecting Our Own," Mrs. Morton. Violin solo Selected, Mr. Rarkiey. Discussion "American Folk Music," Miss Anderson. Solos Miss Delzell. Ojibway love song Pawnee war song. Invocation to the sun god. Piano solos Miss Scribner. "In an Indian Lodge," (McDowell). Selected. Indian Corn Dance Kalakagathia Camp Fire. , Solos Negro Spirltuels, Miss Ecud- der. "Go Down, Moses." "Good News In the Kingdom." "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot." Group einging Old melodies. Audi ence. Will Give Entertainment The ladies of the Methodist church are planning to give eome sort of an entertainment on Washington's birth day, but have not decided yet just what it will be. Particulars will be an nounced later. Have New Daughter A fine eight-pound baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hanna at the Breckan hospital, Tuesday morning. All Day Meeting The ladies of the Christian church will hold an all day session Thursday, with lunch at noon. Card Club Meets The Tuesday Card club met at the home of Mrs. A. S. Herzberg this weeK A total of 3.700 incandescent lights will be used in the illumination of the Shrine, auditorium for the Inaugural ball, to bo given in honor of Governor and Mrs. Thomas E. Campbell next Friday evening. The floral decora tions call for tho use of 5,000 chrysan themums, 5,000 carnations, 2,000 Amer ican Beauty roses, yards of Trailing Smilax and a great profusion of oth er greenery. These are some of the items of dec orations which insure the most mag nificent and artistic Betting ever pro- : vided for a state occasion in Arizona. For the past several days artisans have been rushing the permanent in terior finishing of the beautiful new temple which will be opened for tho first time to the public on this occa sion, and now the decorators, under the direction of F. C. McNabb of the Arizona Seed and Floral company and the electricians under the personal su- . pervision of W. R. Bertram of the Bertram Electric company, have taken charge, and within the last two days the transformation has been nothing short of wondcrfuL Lattice work has been used to clev er advantage in providing a basis for the decorations of ceiling balconies, and on the main floor, as well as for the music stand which occupies the stage. The latter has been trans formed into a veritable conservators' In which the fresco artist's work haseen blended with the realism of trailing vines and hanging fern baskets. Flow er baskets will be placed about the floor at regular intervals, and from each handle will be smspended a bird cage containing a canary. Sixty song sters have been secured for this fea ture. An electric fountain will form the centerpiece of the floor. This will ba surmounted by a marble statue of a virgin bearing a horn of plenty filled with masses of orchids and rosea. Five hundred gold fish will disport them selves in the basin, while vari-colored hues of light are reflected through the spray of the fountain. Above the fountain a massive globe of light has been suspended. This piece alone contains seven hundred lights. An electric 'American flag will be placed at the end of the hall oppo site the music stand and this contains 170 globes. Wild Smilax, shipped from Alabama, is being used with California Redwood Garlands in decorating the fronts of . the two balconies. Douglas firs will be utilized for the backgrounds, and twelvte great clusters of Wood ward la ferns will bo used In hanging basket effects in combination with small American flags which will be kept gently fluttering through the use of concealed fans. No bunting is being used in the decorations, the aim being to produce a soft, pleasing effect. Large flags will be limited to th ptate stand of- colors which will grace the governor's box and to light other flags of the state and nation which will center the panels above the balconies. The sale of tickets yesterday took a decided jump. News of the elab orate preparations which are being made at the Shrine auditorium is cre ating a strong desire on the part of all to witness what will undoubtedly prove to be the most spectacularly staged historical event in the annals of the state. o Phone 1801, corner Second avenue andMxs. Gibson won the first prize and Washington. Trunks within 10 DlocKri r.rs. k. Aiexanaer me tuusoianun. .Miss Wilson, notary public, con veyancing. 31 North First Ave. Tel. 4143. 2b Cleo Paris Hotel Lobby. e z liiulhardt. Commercial Notary P-iMic. tf CARPET CLEANING IF YOU WANT your carpets cleaned clean, phone 733. The Electric Carpet Cleaners. tf CARPENTER WORK WANTED Young man with $1000 to invest, with terviceK, In an estab lished and fast growing business on good paying basis; good salary and your part cf profit? from the business; this will benr close investigation; don't answer urlesj you hfive the cash and a eood prfr of cvrmlis' Tel. 1757 'nr iiTiirliiir?! sti.l Interview. hk PARTNER wur.ted :t en'-o In Pir.k In'? r,nd roncret.ng w!!s; plenty cf work at frooi price. M. Le., M?r. Sniver Pr.mp ( . Ko-vir-r Het'. hi" DAN HABECKER. Carpenter and Builder. I make home building a spe cialty, contract or day work. Phone l?R'.l. bk Term. ! CARPENTER work, repairing, job bl I bing. Phone 3960. G. A. Jones, 1638 E. Van Buren. PIANO TUNING S. L. HAMILTON, 17th Year In Phoenix Piano Tuner Phone 3206 tt Piano tuning. F. H. Alden, Phone 1038. 714 K. Washington. ds Piano tuning. A. R. Taverner. 5 years 'experience. 209 West Wash ington. Phon TPS. tf PLEATING Skirts made and pleated for $5; shirts and dressmaking. Bethel Gar ment Co, 223 W. Monroe. Phone 2i05. 1-bp PHOTOGRAPHERS For Fine Portraits THE RUSSELL STUDIO Phone 4 6SS 25 E. Washington tt CEMENT CONTRACTOR Q. II. MARTIN Concrete walks, drives and founda tionsL 1149 E. Puree. Phcr.e SSlt. Ibn CHIROPRACTIC JjK.'e. E. HELFRICH, licensed chi-ropractor- Phone 4349. 3C9 N. First St. Office house 8 a. m. to 8 p. ro. CHIROPODIST in' tit. CASH I rlr-rs . :! K -.13TTH tf CHATTEL LOAN.- KAPY To GET in sums up to f.'OO at lawful rates on your furniture, piano, automobile, llve itock, implements, etc. Repay in small monthly installments, If desired; am ple finds; Just and courteous treat ment; ttrlctly confidential. People's lxan and invest Co.. 23 East Washing ;on yt Thin- (3r J LOAN WANTED Four cr f.ve thousand dollars on j:oivl rfnrh, w. Ill pay 2 per cent com n!cir,n fnr secirinc lian. See Flick- ;-:Rer or Pith'.p. ! West Adams .... pi ,,. ), M'..'!.y TO ,o.N iS 1M I'KoV! :i- i St. 1 h WANTED To get iv. t.v: corr'r m!:.!rg prTOs!!lon, w' " invslrr.et.t and flnarcin Must ftatwl i.-e Itivetitlcj-Uo: : v CORNS, bur.lor.s. ingrowing nails v,''t''; treated br experienced chiropodist. Dr. w A. J. Johnson, Irvir.e EiCg.. 35 E. " : Washington Street. Rooms 1 and 2. tf 1 ; t-cietit-tio ci.ii opodltit. A.l ailments i cf the feet carefully treated Miss .Vol- Phono 1 1 -d') i SI EN iGRAPiil.it. good practical; ;i;e Morrison. S15 S. 2nd Ave. employed; ore who would be interest- i33S. Re?!dertlal work. ru In writing chort stories; partner ship proposition; '0-'O K- '.: r.o cap iat re.:!?tred. par J4K. Rev-Mlean. b? PHONOGRAPH REPAIRING PHONOGRAPHS repaired any style cr make In our completely equipped rhop. Cass Redtvflll Co, 228 W. Washington. tf RADIATOR REPAIRING EAST END Radiator and Sheet Metal Works. Phone 1577. C26 E. Washington St. tf RE-FINISHING LET ''US reflnlsh your household goods. Bedsteads. chandeliers and light .gxtures our specialty. High grade, work, lowest prices. Also use ful household articles. Arizona Min eral Compound Co., 21 South 6th Ave., Phone T,':.::, l f REAL ESTATE OFFICES The Typewrite Inspection Co. All makes overhauled, repaired and rebuilt. iO S. Fourth Ave. Prompt service. Phone 1498. tf UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS THE GEO. F. MERRYMAN CO.. 124 N. Second Ave. P.ione '651. tf A. L. MOORE & SON (Successors to Moore & McLellan) Auto Ambulance 329 West Adams St. Phone 601 tf Refreshments were served Improving The many friends of Dr. Dines will be pleased to learn that he was able to walk down stairs Monday with one crutch and the support of a friend. Dr. Dines has been confined to his room most of the time for several months, due to an injury received from a fall. Memorial Services Very impressive memorial services were held' In honor of Professor Beck with at the Congregational church Sunday night, and In the Normal audi torium Monday morning. FOR SALE Furniture, also house for rent. 836 Van Ness Ave., Tempe. ot o U. m. MAUS. 31 N. First Ave, Phones 1670 and 1929. tl A. H. McLELLAN Undertaker and Funeral Director Pbone 4940. C17 N. Central Ave. ti TARWOOD & HOCKREY Funeral directors and embalmers. 234 W. Monroe. Phone 3099. tf J. T. WHITNEY 134 W. ADAMS ST. tf VACUUM CLEANING Rent a Royal Vacuum Cleaner Charge per 1 day $1.11 Buy a Royal Six dollars puts one in jour home; balance easv payments. HOME APPLIANCE CO 37 W. Adams. Phone 228S. tf GILBERT W1HS TWO WORLD'S OLDEST MAN IS ILL Turkey's 14(i-year-old man, Zora Mehmed, reputed to be the oldest man in the world, has been ill for some time with indigestion. This was the first time Zora had ever been ill. He com plained that it was because of his set of false teeth. v Zora has always been- a hamal, that is, a carrier of heavy weights, ranging from two hundred to one thousand pounds. When he was 45 years old. wdurlng the Napoleonic wars, he tried to lift, on a bet. five hundred pound s with his teeth and ruined them. Ha went until about 1850 without any teeth, and then he obtained a set which wore out about twenty year ago. He got another set. He de clared these teeth gave him indigestion, which finally landed him in the hos pltla. Until his present illness, Zora was employed, as a hamal, at the Turkish naval base. He was born at Bitli. in Turkish Armenia, in the year 1774, Just before the American revolution, but does not remember that event. Zora has a son, 80, and a young daugh ter, 50. His heart and eyes are ftili good and h looks like a man of 70. He offered his passports as proof cf his age. as well as the birth records in the mosque at Bitlis. o MAN 97 PER CENT HONEST The honesty of mankind is demon strated by Rabbi Philip Laugh's an nual report on the Jewish Free Loan Society, covering twenty-eight years of operation. 'Sums ranging from $5 to $300 are loaned without distinction of nationality, race or religion, and with out Interest charges or expense. Ninety-seven per cent cf the loans has been repaid by the borrowers and 2 per cent by their idorsers. one-half of whom have ultimately been reim bursed. Chicago, Herald and Exam iner. ' o A government publication reports BASKETBALL GAMES GILBERT. Jan. 11 Last week end the Gilbert high school basketball learn journeyed to Florence and Casa Grande and succeeded in defeating the high school teams of both towns by good sized scores. Florence went down to defeat 86 to 18 and Casa Grtinde was defeated 16 to 2. This double victory brings Gilbert to the front and gives it a good start in the race with Tempe high school. The two towns are now neck and neck in the interscholastlc league. Tempe plays Gilbert here next Fri- ' "2 ..Vu: L;i that German commercial firms are o- .-.y-.M'i - -iy "Eliciting trade in Mexico and that they CHIROPODY Buniona, corns, cal ! . . .... i. ... , .j . ., i louses remuveu, iiiiuir?:5 uuu uiuou- SUNNY SIDE REALTY CO. 618 Herd Rl.Ig. Phone 4224. tt l'l R SALK Tin' tr:...n r.! c-r.fect'.or.c-ry. cafe :ir. an ptace In Arizona; rew and fiair.g a ti business. Reason tor ?::;-; have out of town business tht recpr.res inv t!m Will make good terms :f can olos dTil by Jin. :C. A .:'!! p, Ta-: Pau'r lss; 6Cc each; moles, warts, etc., re- : to-(irtt.i j moved by electricity. 29-31 E. Adams .emenf st. r-nr.k Shirley. Pnone 1704. tt ! ROY NKiiLKTT REALTY CO. 110 X. Central Ave. Phone 1703 tt COR3ETIERE Real Estate Leans in sura net FRANK R. STEWART M. cf R. B. Phone 1631 Phor j??7 17 V,. Adams St. tf A ! : SPIRF.LLA corseta. Mis. Kuhlwilm, I Phone 1442. 706 W. Madison. 2-p : sriru.JLA CORSETS Miss Smith, Rill K. Taylor St. Phone 8169. tf SHOP REPAIRING . ! . Women's turns. S'. nailed, $1.24. 1 3 4 1 - W. K. Mills. .0"; welts. $1.60; W. Washington. tf VULCANIZING & RETREADING Most modern equipment in town and in charge of a man with 15 years' "ex perience; satisfaction guaranteed. WILKY-WARTMAN OIL CO. tf VETERINARIAN D::. J. P.. COUERLY, -veterinarian. :i35 E. McDowell. Phone fc?0r tf WOOD. COAL AN O FEED Order wood at the East Side Wood Tard, where you get service and your money's worth. Deliveries made from $3 up. 1029 E. Madison. Phone 4975. tf Phone 1562 FOR SALE Cottonwood. obstacles this season has turned out a remarkable team and is determined to put over a victory on the liome court next Friday. The team will probably line up as follows: Miller and Hatch, forwards; Rtobinson, center: C. Skousen and Brown, guards; J. Skousen, Nichols and Sevoy substi tutes. Wiil Have Sprinkling Wagon Dirt and dust, which has mixed freely jr. tlu- atmosphere in Gilbert during the past rfifcftless months, Is to i be settled. The toJ council has made! arrangements for the county sprink- i ling wagon and will put it in operation I here as soon as a motor and tank to ' supply water can be installed. ' Visit Mining Property ! L. Zellner and V. S. Irwin motored j to their mining claims in the Super stition mountain diFtrict Sunday ofier credit up to one year. morning. They returned that eve ning, bringing, back with them soms very good samples of ore. Are Phoenix Visitors Among the Gilbert men who trans acted business in Fhoonlx the fore part of this week were Julius Bustr. hoff. Judge Hopkins. John Nelson, Mr. Rease and Mr. Lyn-h. M. L. GIBBONS MCSA, ARIZ. Phone 222 Funeral Director and Err.balmer LaHy Attendant -N. 2i-i Avo. 'ri.-'iT v. r:: n k v. ; r. AiM.-i st i 1 1 i . h Til i 1 1. S-'r.f. Hi N-i 1 :-' II ::! I ruX (: I I I 1 Phone 1 tf r.i: DENTISTS re. 1 1 e" nt e. I hk 1 I JR. MORRISON Sanitary S.vstem SCHOOL CF lliDING NEv"T"fhr":oTrpAL SoT Ave. and Miid!.''i Si. I'i.nn" 157 Kngland. For ret t Gait'd lforsi'5. I .ad.es at.d Chiidrtn Tat tii 4ih i 3. Jeff 1 Sa(td!e '. Sht to ; 2-ci This is to certify that J. W. Pepper has mads application for a license to operate an express line between Phoe nix and Chandler, serving Mesa, Gil l.ert and Tempe, and notice is further P.iveu that u. hearing on said appliea tiori will be held before the Arizona Corporation Commission at the Capi tol building, In the city of Phoenix, at j 10 a. m. on the 14th day of January, 1921. Dated t Phoenix, Ariz., this 11th I dav of January, 1921. ' (Signed) J. W. PEPPER. j TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I 'li'oD man, capable of mfeti!ig tie pu!.ii to solicit jill:' for f i'-st-dass ; i -and laundry; good pay. rt. Gay Ta- )' .:'!'., 4 OS Willow Ae.. Oakland. Acid. 1 Balloon Dance, January 15th Come and get the Prize Balloons Masquerade Dance, January 22d $10 Order of Merchandise to the Lady. $10 Silk Shirt to the Man (Best characters) Admission SI. GO Ladies Midway Dance Hall, Tempe i .: J : :cr: SL. 2t K. Washington St. tf .rid.