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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. MONDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 1921
PAGE NINE SHOWS' IHTEREE EXPORT ASSOCIATION IT LONG STAPLE COTTON That the Ail American K.sport as sociation, with offices in Washington, D. is much interested in Amer ican Egyptian long staple cotton and will use its efforts to bring it to the at tention of foreign buyers is the gist of a letter which has been received here by Harry Welch, secretary of the chamber of commerce, from C"h,es K. Klandreau. secretary of tjfr All American Export association. --ie letter follows: Four very kind letter of the 26th iiitt. has been received and contents noted with much interest. "In regard to the Kgyptlan long staple cotton, we may sy that we are very much Interested. We know there is a market for this product in Spain and in at least four of the South American republics. Our organiza tion Is planned in such a way that we have, or can easily secure facili ties for handling any American pro ducts. For that reason, with the for eign demand assumed to be the fact, we can see no reason why this or ganization cannot be of real service in disposing of a considerable Quan tity of that cotton. '"In reference to the samples which you mentioned, we will say that we cn life such samples to mutual ad vantage, and will, therefore, be very pleased to receive them. "Would it be asking too much to ask you to furnish us with a list of the cotton growers in your vicinity who would be interested in handling foreign business. "Our purpose in asking for this list is, of course, to communicate with them relative to the actual terms of selling and other details, but we will very glad to state in all corre spondence that suggestion of possible business comes through you. "'For your information, as well as the information of any oth-r interest ed parties, our references are Fran cisco .1. Vanfz. assistant director gen- i eral. Pan-American Union. Washing- ton, U. I-.; the American Multograph Sales company. 1411 ti street. Wash ington 1-). C; Mr. (.'hurion, secretary of the Venezuelan legation. Washing ton. I). C, and we can furnish any additional reference which may be desired. "We want you to know that we appreciate the spririt in which you have called this cotton matter to our attention, and we, also want you to be assured that our conscientious efforts will be fully applied to the sale of this cotton. You may a'so rest assured that any service which this organization can perform for the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce will be done with much pleasure." UUI c EGATiOiL FOEIEDII HY DISTRICT Juarez Exports To United States In April Drop $16,000 EL PASO. Tex.. May 15. Exports int othe United States from Juarez consular district decreased $16,000 during April because Mexico is using almost all of its products for home consumption, it was announced Sat- i urday by American Vice Consul Os car Harper at Juarez. Exports for April, 1921, were $27. 519. as compared ' with $44,045 for April, 1920. Exports from the con sular district consist almost entirely of American returned goods, oil drums and rough pine lumber. Con siderable building is under way throughout the district, which ac counts, in part, foir the large de crease in lumber exports, according to Mr. Harper. o Of a total of 10,505 motorcycles now on hand in the United States army, 6,454 are in use, 66 are In reserve or tinder salvage, and 3,985 are to be disposel of. A new church was akicl to the hst of those already in the valley w hen a Congregational church was formally organized yesterday at the Murphy ditttrict. The church organization was built on the foundation of the Mur phy Union Sunday school, which had been in existence some time. The new- church was formed with a membership of 23, and the organi zation meeting was well attended by residents of ti district. A commu nian service was held, and officrs elected. The Rev. . 1). Yoakum. PEStor of the Phoenix Congregational church, and the Rev. W. li. Hanna forr were in charge. It was an nounced that the church would be officially recognized by the Congre gational churches of the state at a recognition council to be he'd June 1. Those elected to serve the new church were: . Trustees. Mrs. John Bradshaw and Mrs. Agnes McKntiis: d?acons, T. E. R.ihlin and licit Grove; treasurer. Mrs. I3ert Grove; cierk. R. U. Weedon. The need of a church in the Mur phy district has been felt for a long time, and resulted in the formation of the union Sunday school. This in turn was followed by an effort to or ganize a church to serve all the people of the district, regardless of denomination, and it was at last de cided to organize a Congregational church, as it is regarded more nearly n union church than other denomi nations. Loral churches gave their approval, and the organization meet ing was called. The church will meet in the .Mur phy school house for the present, and I'htus to obtain a regular pastor will j I e laid soon. ' Tuo--' uho became members of the1 church e.so-rda y were Mr. ami Mrs.; I'. Tipple. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Grove.1 Mr. ami Mrs. ft. J,. Weedon. Mr. and M 's. A. II. l'ernard, Mrs. Agnes Mc Kr.nis. Mrs. .Vildie McCarty. M's ' Mary Winifred Bradshaw. Mrs. W. ! 1 . Gooliehcrc. T. K. Ruhlin, Miss; Arm., York. Franklin Weedon. Lester i Grove, nertli.-t Grne. IJortjthy Hrail shaw, ,ulu Bradshaw, Hazei Brad- i shaw. llcnrv .Nix, Anna Kari.s, I,izzie I'aris. SOUTHSIDE NEWS OFFICE SOUTHSIDE DEPT. 14 S. MacDonald St. Ph. 341, Mesa TEMPE AGENCY Laird & Dines Drug Stors Phone 22 GILBERT AGENCY Gilbert Pharmacy Phone Mesa 1 R2 CHANDLER AGENCY Gardner A. Harmer Drug Store Phone 21 GOODYEAR AGENCY J. E. Flanagan Refreshment Parlor OUTDOOR MEETING1IVSESAK.P.LQDGE TO ATTEND PICNIC The following program was pre seiiteil at the annual outdoor meeting of Maricopa chapter. Daughters of the American Revolution last Thurs-! day night on the lawn of the homo ' cf Mr. and Mrs. Roland C. Dryer on; East Moreland street: i America. Salute to the flag. 23rd i'salin, led by Mrs. J. W. Cov erdale. "The Deeper Meaning of Our Daughters of the American Revolu tion." by Mrs-. George Maynard Min or of Connecticut, now president general ; read by the regent. Report of the 30th annual conti nental congress held in Washington in April. Night School Work," by Mrs. F. C. Green. ReiMjrt of the museum committee by Mrs. K. E. oldaker. chairman. " b M (nir Chapter Has Done," by Miss Orme. Historical talk by Col. J. H. Mc Clintflek. "City Parks" by o. Sexson. 'What the Y. V. C. A. is Trying to do for the Girls and Women of Phoenix," by Miss Frances Sham bough, general secretary. MESA, May 15. Members of Da mon lodge. Knights of Pythias, of Mesa are counting on the big barbe cut to be held at Papago park Mon day evening as the biggest event of the season in Pythian circles and a large number of them have completed their parties to attend. Each Pythian will be accompanied by his family ind one additional guest and family it the rules of the barbecue com mittee are conxplied with. Authorities of the local lodge have solved the transportation problem by accepting the offer of H. G. Bcsh of the Foxworth-Rush Lumber company for the use of his firm's big truck. The truck will leave the Pythian hall here at 6 o'clock and all members of the lodge and their guests who care to may make use of the truck. "The Woman Pays" Final Offering The last offering of the Brandon Stock company in Mesa this season will be made Saturday night when the troupe presents the popular suc cess "The Woman rays. The com pany concludes its season in Phoenix this week and will play a Tinal en gagement in the vailey on Saturday Jnighi before departing for the sum : mer. The offering will be staged : in the L.. D. S. auditorium. "Black Beauty" on Monday David Smith, who Has won an en j viable reputation for directing big 1 films in which animals play an im ' portant part, has achieved another triumph in "Black Beauty." which will be shown on the screen at the Majestic Monday. It is a visualiza tion of Anna Sew ell s famous novel, which has been translated into every language and after forty years still maintains a place among the world's best sellers. Two Truck Loads to Nogales Two large trucks loaded with Mexi cans and their baggage departed from Mesa Saturday afternoon for Nogales. from which point they will go into Mexico. Those making the trip were picked up here -and there over the Mesa district during the past week end by immigration officials and Ari zona Cotton Growers' association of ficials and organized into the party making the trip to the border. Expects Ample Laborers That there will be double the re quired number of 100 Mexican labor ers apply at the Water Users' off If Monday morning for work is the be lief of Jose Mendoza. county and cit jificer of Mesa and interpreter for he Msa Welfare league. Following the call for 100 Mexicans to work on ,he canals. Mendoza spread the news' among the Mexicans and the ready response be encountered promisee an ample supply of help to fill the asso ciation's needs. The Mexicans will go to work Monday morning and have from a week to 10 days' work before them . Junior Play Is a Success The Junior class, play. "All the Comforts of Home." presented in the high school auditorium Saturday af ternoon and evening, was a pro nounced success, according to those who attended. The evening per formance attracted almost a capacity house and the young players carried their parts in the play exceptionally well. Week-End With Parents Millard Cluff. who has spent the week-end with his parents in Mesa, left Sunday evening for Tucson to resume his work in the university. He was a member of the University Glee club which presented an enter tainment in Mesa Thursday evening and in Phoenix Friday evening. Rotarian Picnic May 18 Departing from the customary pro gram of the noon day meeting, the Mesa Rotary club this week will con duct a usert picnic for members and their families on Wednesday even ing. Members of the Rotary club in Phoenix have been invited to share in the picnic. The party will leave Mesa at 4 o'clock in the afternoon for the scene of the festivities on the desert east of town and a picnic sup per will be served there in the even- Battery Plans Smoker Battery B of Mesa will stage a smoker and entertainment Tuesday evening at the armory in the 1 D. S. auditorium together with its cus tomary routine of drill. Adjutant General Walter S. Ingalls and Lieu tenant Colonel Hannigan.' state of ficers of the National Guard, have been invited to attend as the battery's guests. Several boxing bouts, wrest ling bouts, a smoker ana otner events are on the evening program for the entertainment of the members of the battery and their guests. HAY WANTED An unlimited amount of alfalfa, oat or barley hay at highest market price. F. O. B. cars, phone Earl Peterson. 215. Mesa. bp PHOENIX FLOUR MILLS TEMPE Carload grain bags just received. . 8c EACH Also binder and sack twin e Eighth Street at Railroad Crossing 1000 HEAD OF STEERS FOR SALE At Market Price One,- two- and three-year-old Heref ords. Apply to W. J. Kingsbury Tempe, Arizona ' " We Do The Following Kinds of Work: Full Mill Bids Store Fixtures Plate Glass, Mirrors Leaded and Art Glass Interior Finish, Sash and Doors Interior Case Work "Built Up" ready to install Hardwoods of all kinds Veneer Work of all kinds Special Automobile Bodies Truck Bodies Spring Work Old Bodies Repaired Bent Fenders, Bodies Straight ened. Automobile and Truck Black smith Work Wheel Work, Old Wheels Re paired or New Wheels Made Trailer Irons and Tire Racks General Blacksmith and Wagon Work Farm Machinery Repaired ALL WORK GUARANTEED HOME BUILDERS MILL First and Jackson Streets Phone 4188 Art and Economy In Home Building No. 100 Design Submitted by the National Builders Bureau, Spokane, Wash. If You Want to Build or Repair Anything, phone us. Wo will send you a reliable man, either for carpenter work, cement work or plastering. You will save money by buying from us BENNETT LUMBER CO., Inc. J. J. HALLORAN, Manager ., PHONES: 3505-1247 Six Reasons Why You Should Use The Emerick Thermos Hot Water Heater: iiW 1. Made in Phoenix by Phoenix Mechanics. &T 2. The most economical Heater built. iLW 3. Being used by some of the best people in Phoenix. &T 4. Simple, no pipes to stop up, no coils to renew. 5. Uses less gas than any Heater built. LW 6. Built like a Thermos Bottle. For the Bath Room beautiful, see Hageman. We carry in stock some of the most beautiful Bath Fix tures in Phoenix. A cordial invitation is extended you to call. SECOND ST. AND ADAMS Eageman Phone 712 Since 1890 tYA . lf "V ; . . ? 1 94,2 iscav xoa? ujr 7 IJ9 fj?jr fzccj air hdqyek. 1 j! j 1-1, .4- . I An Ideal House for a Narrow Lot This house covers 21 feet by 24 fe entrance. 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