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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, TUESDAY MORNING; DECEMBER- 6 1921, TO START ON UNION DEPOT IT N DAYS Railroad Officials Hope To v Begin Construction By Spring To -Submit Plans This Month - - Tests of conditions on the site of the new union depot were started at Seventh avenue and Harrison street Moccasins -BEADED AND PLAIN Made by tha Indiana VAUGHN & O'CONNEL 13 NORTH CENTRAL AVENUE yesterday, according to C. M. Scott, j general manages -of the Arizona East- ern railroad, who addressed members of the city planning commission at the school administration building last night. MK' Scott explained lhaF this work' is oeintf done In order that the foun dation work will hot be handicapped by water at a low level..; "We expect to place the specifica tions and plans of the new depot Into the hands of the state corporation commission within the next 10 days or two weeks." he said, and added that railroad officials hoped to award the contract and have construction started on the new $400,000 structure within the next three months. While explaining that there was no definite time set for the awarding of the contract and that It might be -delayed beyond the threw month period, Mr. Scotl said that very satisfactory progress is belnft made toward the ultimate goal. , To Be Baabtiful Structure : The new depot will be built by both the Arizona Eastern and the Santa Fe railroads. The mission type of architecture has been chosen for the structure, which -.will be built of re inforced concrete with red tile roof, tile floors and beam ceilings. The building will be 434 feet in length and a part will be two atones with a mezzanine -floor. The entire build ing will be steam heated. The general waiting room. 2x37 X-Ray Free of Charge Whenever it is necessary to find sohie hid den trouble with your teeth the . use of the X- ray is indisperisible. This examination -Is glad ly given without' any cost or '"obligation to our .patient. v-Ii .iU a Vl'iWPripjittty: is. 'done here' at ' rea- le prices. v - COMPLETE DENTAL DIAGNOSIS FREE ! t GAS ADMINISTERED r X-RAY t)i Jolm J. Sitkin Dr. Frank L." Sitkin V MONIHON BLDG. OPPOSITE PHOEN IX tJA-T;LBANK; .. WASttLNJBTUIM AND PIKST AVBNUB - --'.. . Knonauua .-..v i. ... -. -v -f. j..-- -v. Red or.Wfeite, Flagstaff Spuds, . "O" Kfi per 100 lbs. i-rr 0rapfrai' (mium: 25(3 pe'f doz ..Vr1. T - :- yy . , 'Oranges-, (smalt but--sweety,-; f's. L'j z Z ..ORn, Lettuce (white heads), per head - i, . . . : Tangerines,.';... pef dozi, '' ys'SA ! t 'xi rJ 5c 25 c feet, will be a feature of the mam floor.- H-willKve -the usual aetans. the news stand, checking stand, in addition to the ticket office.4 Leading from a spacious waiting-room .will oe a rest room for women, and a smok- rng'T-CBm aiso-wimesa directry from the main room. A lunch room' has been provided for llghf luncnes ana soft drinks -viU be--served, but -If after investigation railroad men see the need f-.a dining- room, large quarters will be provided In addition to the small lunch room. . A telegraph room with a public counter will be one of the many ac commodations to tne Public offered by the depot. Large express and bag gage room, parcel post room and an office or two completes the plans for the main f'oor. The mezzanine 'floor will M util ized for offices, the second floor also will be used--as-office space: WE ARE READY TO RECEIVE ORDERS : L ; FOR ARIZONA CITRUS FRUIT ) " 'We shlp nothing but the best.; Our. famous Arizona Poppy Brand Oranges and Cactus Brand Seedless Grapefruit are second, to none. (Mutual Orange' distributors take1 notice.) We will be Iglafdio give you our prices and express charges :iffd;advis:e: how and when to shig. Remember that, we insurejagainst freezing and delay. We ;.us8 heavy Manilla jpaper to .wrap all boxes out Side. Yours, for better Xmas. :' : Plenty r of help to serve you promptly. We ship fruit and vegetables to any place in the - ; . United States. - - Oar Motto: "We Buy the Best" MIKE MEQUIRE, Prop. FIRST STREET AT WASHINGTON FRUIT DEPT. I B TI M ISIlli OFFICERS G. J. pammpnswas elected emi nent, commander, of Phaenix- com'' mandery-'oi 3, Knights Templar, at the' annual ,election and lnstajistion of officers held in "the lodge rooms here last night. One of the features of the evening "was the presentation of the pqst enrinent commander's jewel -td Past Eminent Commander E. O. CarTtsle 'bY Past Grand Com. mander Bundji'-)?-aHfoTOia.-Ini--j pressive talks were made both in glrlngr-and-jecelviii the Jewal, . . . Other officers elected. were--C. V. Gulley.' aptain general; Cteorse it. N. Luhrs; Treasurer; ' Ptank Thoirtas, recorder;. C." N. Boyntpn, senior war den: A.B3.EngJartdiuploc. B. T-Gillette, firelate; W. S. Norveil. tafdef; "Joseph' "F. Stark, swdrd bearer; iJtre Moore, standard-bearer. The officers were ihstallttd-by Past Grand pommander .A. Q HulatCwSo waa assisted hjr Oraod. Wardw X. JE. Xorthrup, acting majrefial.. , , ... M c . - o - ' ' . . . British Proposal 'iAccepied By Sinn :. F cm ' ; Delegation ' ' fCftntiflned from Page tlrie) : vBlVe enterprises' but of Kartlbhy with the national tfiaracterl Protd destruc tive to theft- ideals and be frdltful ot only ruinous wars, crushing burdens, social discontent-and . general unrest aw.' nrrtiapplness-.- -.. Domlittohl statns foT-Ifelartd is by everyone who uriderstJrnaS'th "Conditions known to be illusory." -' -- - flfl'Aur 1. thre( rtva beor tie Datl fereann assembled-to' deride Its fhial'eoursfe, fcloyd George replied to D 'Vetera4 e1ec6TT -of hi neace PTopal -fn-4it-letter-the premier em ptm sized a- plnt m wbicrn he Said, "noi British government can eeni premise. nameW-ttie'-.elttlnr Umt we Bhould acInowledgeV. the -right -of ire-- lana to--seeeae from Met allegiance to the ih."- - -- - ii-v' , -'- - -Georfle Maket-Offep - - '--t.loya George- cuftttnnect: -The con ditions of 4e proposed settlement do not arise Xrom any desire to foreo our win upon the-people of anothec race but from facts which are aa vital to ieLara . meuare-. . aa. ta ur own. Tiiey contain, io derogation . from Ice land'staxu.aa domjnloo,iio desire for Brisli., ascendancy ,aer. Jreland ana no impairment - Ireland a na tional Ideals. Our proposals present to the iFlsH" pe6ple an opportunity SuCM as Jias never -dawned In their history befofe. We have, made them in a Sincere flesire to achieve peace, bul Beyond T.hem w dannot go." Sin Jiunem Graig. ,-th. Ulster pre mier, In setting forth the attitude of the people.. of Northern Ireland to ward the peace negotiations ' in a letter - to. Uoyd. George-on. Atig.. IS, said: "We are busily engaged In rati fying bur part ot the sole'mii bargain (the Government of Ireland act. trO- viding for two parliaments) While the Irishmen outside the northern area, who fh the past have straggled "for home rutep have? chosen t repudiate the Government of Ireland act and press Great Britain for wider powers. To Join In sucn pressure is repug nant, to. tha people, ot Northern Ire-t. land. . W sre nrennred when you and -At. De VaJtra airtve at a satisfactory settlement, to. : co-oper ate witn . ssoutnern lirejand .on equal terms for the future Welfare of our common country - JEe Valera, at. the opening session of the Dail ireann, Apg. .16j reiterated hi demand for complete 'separation and. . speaking for ihe Pail . Eireann cabinet, rejected . the offer ..Of . do minion status on the grou.id ihat the people of Southern Ireland in a gen eral election had voted for freedom fit-cm. Great Britain. The Irish leader insisted that he and his colleagues stood for ".the ideals embodied in the Anrerican ZJetlaratipn . of. Indepen dence." ..- . : r . City Planning Commission t 4 . At Organization Meeting " Endorses Plan Presented - By. Chicago Experts--.- Cit plans for Phoenix as pre pared and . presented by the firm oft. Bennett and Parsons of Chicago were adopted by the City Planning Commission of 100 which held ' its organization meeting at the -chool administration building" last "Sight' Almost every member of the com tvOKiiOth -was -nrsaent ' and. showed inteiiSd ' interest , in . thev IrtportanH work und- consideration. . An .& ba(is for future- activities df the ' omHiissibn, the - report of the "committee m organhtation recotnmended that certain . amend ment? be made to tne city ordin ance wnicn created, tne commis sion. , The changes suggested in cluded the appointment of mem bers for terms Of six years Instead of one year, ,M provided in tne nrfwut ordlnarKX!that the tity commission fill all vacancies on 'the citv nlannine commission, and the fihaoTira fnr two Successive meet ings.of.the commission or change cf reaidenca- Irom . tne air snaiicre t a vaoanrv on the commission. 1nluded -.in . the report ..-jot the ctrmmlttee- on -prganlzatio'n ,re- full details -donceraing . 'officers and fnmmitteps. Members of the com mittee on organization' are H. 1. Aller, chairhian, Mrs. C F; 'Ains worth -AI- Ioore. -The - re port was adopted, la its entirety, C ly-f Aff,-r Next Month ''bmeer for" the- new organiaation which -is- destined- 4o- pta-y bo lm imrLint a Bart in the growth of this city . will be elected at a meeting frilled tor the" second - Mohday in Jamrary: - Nomination will be made by-jt-cnmmittee consistihsf :ot;RayaJ Lschen trs. jonn uennext, jr. ariA 'Wnllnt-a Kuttfih. This ' c6m mittee -"will' present- for CbaHotlnr upon two name -toe each office -to Sanaa thines wTfilch a city plan hfnfr tbrmniBsion cart' accomplish -in a -comparkiveiy small - time if iven a.-orking -.basis were tola oy to ward F. Parker, - who . served on the Pasadena. Calif., city planning com irrissioiT. and who outlined the towns of -Goodwar and -Litchfield In. this valley. He tokt how through the eorts t-the Pasadea organizatldn the main street of. the-clty, Colorado avenues whiefe varied with three dlt terewi-widths. was -being alawly but surely--convertd-i Into . beautiful avenue of straight lines and even wlfitJT .Along the narrower aeetlons of. tha ..street every .new building 2i feet, back from the .pavement, giving, a uniformity, of line for -the new etructures. which will eventually -replace .all th old ones. "Building -a flty to a pian is now Work but those-who take It tip will find It greatly interesting and by setting' a certain goal fof each year can accomplish- very appreciaDie re Suite,? - h said"-. ' . . ' Suaaests Improvtmehls -:; t'Mie Rev.. G. T. ToaKunL who at f,".1.i ak a 'truest' of the commls slon. gave' pertinent' eriticistn ot the Bennett "and Parsons plans. "1 ao not see Where any improve ment has been planned for -the Bee tion of the city .south of the rail road tracks." - he -said and quoted : "To b -really beautiful a city must wajsli. behind its ears J. ' ... ... The speaker expressed a nope that the -commission would work to Im prove in every way the .entire city and avoid the examples of such cities aa Chicago-,. Clsxs)an.d. nd others, where is .to be found dis tinct. 'contrasts between wonderful mansion lined boulevards barely overshadowing sin ,and poverty filled tenement districts. "You are standing at the gate way of tomorrow," Rev. Toakum advised members of the commission. "You are the guardian of the In terests of posterity." . Report Oft Organisation- Fpllowing is the complete report of the committee on organization which was adopted: Your committee nh nre-anlzatlon has held several meetings, has con ferred .with . the city officials and with the city planner -engage - by the city ot Phoenix te-draw plans for the future development of the City. As a result of these studies your committee makes it recom mendations and report as follows .Changes In City Ordinance A codv of the citv ordinance ere ating the city planning commission is attached hereto. Your -committee- recommends that the city planning commission re quest the city . commission to amend i rostdinattse etaoin unu n amend its ordinance ao as to em body, the following: . Tne, city - planning . commission shall be made to consist of one hundred ..citizens of Phoenix - to be appointed by the city commission for 'aix -eaa Instead of -on year aa provided under present ordin ance. -Of the membership to -be first -appointed - thtrty-three -mem bers shall be designated td hold officS -fof - tw- Feara," hlrtyilhree members shall be deBIgnaMa tivjlold office for. fovrr j years and thirty- tour memcers.. snail ne aestgnatea to hold office for .six Tears,' said appointments running from . Janu ary 1. 1922. " ' " .The city - commission shall fill all vacancies on-the city planning com mission,.'. The city commission shall make appointments to fill the vacan cles upon the expiration of the term of office of members of the city plan nintf commission St the last regular meetiegvof the city, commission held in .pecember ot each , odd-numbered year. .... ,. ' Absence for two consecutive meet- mm T CATCHING BURGLARS Within less than four hours after thieves broke intc-the Rzra W. Thay er Store on Washington street last night and 'stole merchandise Valued at about 1300, three men were in the city Jail and practically all the stolen articles. had-been recovered- - The robbery occurred between 6:10 and -6:45, when a nierchant-police- man discovered the rear door of the store had been forced and left open, Five or six pistols. 68 knives, 14 razors and six safety razors, with cartridges and miscellaneous art! cles and $10 in cash had been taken. At -9:43, Jack McUrath, chief, of de tectives,, arrested J. C. Brown and another suspect, a ihird belng.brought in later. Moat -of the "loot' was found on the -persons 6r In the rooms of the two men first arrested. The three men are being held for investigation pending the filing of charges. ' Wealth Is Worthless Where Health Is Lacking , . If you only realized how many ills "have been traced directly to bad te:eth"r you would lose no time in making sure ihat yours are 100 per fect jCall- today for thorough xamination-r-no cost, no obligation. We'll tell you the xatt condition of your teeth. Here you get Honest, Reliable Dentistry at Prices within Reason. .. ... I H'Dr. John J. Sitkin 1 . T-V 1-1 t T Ol . 1 Dr. rrank L.. pitkm ihon Eldg., Washington and First Avenue. Opposite Phoenix National Bank) Phone 6005 EXAMINATION FREE! GAS ADMINISTERED X-RAY John W. Murphy Of Gfla In Race For Attorney General (Special to The Republican) OLOBJ3. -Ari2.. Dec. S. The mem bers of the Gila County Bar associa tion bv unanimous action today fof' mally presented the name ot John W Mfirbhv for -the nomination of attor ney general on. the Democratic iicsei subject ttf Hie action or tne sraie pn m:irip next September. - . '' ' : ' -TKa actfort of the bar association is the first detihiie politictl mov? of the 1922 campaign and according to the members Of the Gila county bar will b followed by a vigorous cam paign to place the nam? of Mr.- Mur nhv on the Democratic ballot. Mr. Murphy la aetvlng- his' second term as county ' attorney of Gil county, having been elected last year without opposition. He Is a pioneer resident of the state and was a mem ber of the first state legislature from nita ronntv. - . - .He served as J chairman of the Indiclarv committee of the first state legislature and played a prominent cart in framing the constitution. Mr. Murphy is prominently known throuehout the state. He has been active in Democratic circles for many years and according to his Gila coun ty supporters will draw suppbrt from th rival Democratic factions. , .Members of the Gila bar will ae rntnnanv Mr. Murphy on his state tour 1U behalf of his candidacy. Strikers Attack Strike Breakers At St. Paul Plant IRepubllesn A. P. Leased Wire STRIKERS - ... -ST. PAUL. Minn., Dec. 5. VI o lence marked the opening of the Krik at the South St. Paul nack ing plants here today.'. Several per sons were slightly injured when. group of commission men clashed with pickets in an unsuccessful at tempt to enter the Swift and com pany .plaiit.. Earlier in the day strike sym pathizers storped a train carry ing 300 strike breakers to the pack ing district, and forced them to flee under a fusillade of missiles. Sheriff J. J. Dunn tonight an nounced he would break the picket lines tomorrow to enable strike breakers to enter the plants. This statement brought from J. P. Mc Coy, local secretary o,f the meat cutters and butcher workmen's union, the dpclaration that the union "will fisht to the finish." "Strike breakers positively will not .be allowed to pass the picket lines," he said. Tasses will be is sued by the union, however, he said to women and male office workers. tngs ot the city planning commission by ..ifccy member of-.aaid commission may be considered by the city com mission aa creating a vacancy on the city planning commission and a suc cessor may be appointed by the city com tfote slon to ilU.sucticaca.ncy,. pro vlded such action is taken by the city commission within thirty days from the lasi.date of absence. A change of residence from the city of Phoenix of any member shall create a vacan cy on the city planning commission. Organization of City Planning Commission The following recommendations are predicated upon action being taken by the city commission at above recommended: The officers of the city planning commission shall consist of a chair man, vice chairman and secretary. each of whom shall be elected to hold office for the term of two years, ex piring' concurrently. An executive committee of Seven members shall be created, consisting of the chairman ot the city planning commission end six other members of said commission. The' first ex ecutive committee shall be appointed from the membership by the chair man of the city planning commission. there to be two members whose term of office expires on ; December 1, 195S, . two members whose term of office expiree on December II, 1925, and two members' whose term df of fice expires on December 31. 1127. ' The vice chairman shall preside at meetings .ol. the . city planning com mission in the absence of the chair man. ' Pe'ndlng'appointment of a paid sec retary for th executive committee, the secretary of the city planning Commission shall serve aa the secre tary for the executive committee. It Is contemplated that at some later dStB' office space and a paid secre tary will . be required when work of Importance is in hand by the execu tive committee. At such time, appli cation -should be made to the city commission for necessary funds for this purpose. The chairman. Vice chairman and secretary shall be elected at the first meeting of the city planning com mission, following action by the city commission in the matter of the anaandment of ordinance aa above recommended, whiclv meeting shall be ealled for the second Monday of Jafcuarv.;!?: -i. The regular election or chairman, i vice chairman and secretary shall be held on the second Monday of each j even year thereafter. 1 , In. event of any .vacancy. In office of member of the executive commit tee, same shall.be filled for the un expired term by appointment of the chairman of thi city plaBhlHf Com mission. In event of any Tacancy in the of fice or .chairman., vice chairman or secretary of the city planning com mission the same shall be filled by a majority vote of th executive com mittee. -In event of a tie vote the deciding vote shall be cast by the secretary of the city planning com mission, or if vacancy Is in the office of secretary, then by the vice chair man. -The chairman so elected lu -1914 and succeeding years -shall, after taking office, appoint two members of the executive committee to serve for six years succeeding the two members whose term ot office has then just expired..' A nominating committee shall, be immediately elected by the city planning commission, consisting ot three members. The said coftirhlttee shall- place' in' nomination at the meeting -of the city planning cem tnisslon on- the second. . Monday of January, I32?;-'tro candidates- for chairman, two candidates fro vice chairman and "two candidates for secretary. Election shall be held for offices in the order named. The un i'jccessful candidate for chairman shall be automatically placed In nom ination for vice chairman. The executive committee shall prepare and submit to the city plan ning commission for its approval by laws governing the proceedings ' of the city planning Commission. The ejtecutivi . committee , Shall adopt by-laws for the government of Its own proceedings. ...... . . The executive committe shall con-stUute-.-the-' direetlng board, of tha city planning. commission, shall cre ate sucn suo-commiiiees as are nec essary. . " . . .. , Any major plan or undertaking of the . executive committee shall be presented to the city planning com mission for ratification, rejection or modification before such plan or tin dartaking la presented to the city Commission. ' Iii event the .elty -cotn- ftiission does not amend the city xir dina'nee creating a eity planning conv hvtswion as above recommend, then the committee on organisation iysres tefore appointed shall .report, to next meeting of tne city planning commission such modification 'ofthle plan of organisation as may be neo essary to bring same into conformity with " 'STieh" action -ag the city com mission may take. Wa shin fruit and veaetablea pw nl.r. in tha U.S. Our Mote:! "We Buy the Best." ARCADE FRUIT DEPT. Mike Mequire.' Prop. Firat St. at WaahingtorTyr Th' Store ia Headquarters for Uirfere rit Christmas Gifts ,. Such Canary birds in cages; Growing bulbs in bowls. Fancy plant and" flower baskets. Gold fish and bowls complete. ARIZONA SEED & FLORAL CO. 28-30 South Central Phone 1389 Arizona Newspaper Publishers Enjoying Nogales Hospitality Republican A. P. Leased Wire XOAGALES, Ariz., Dec. S Wage scales and other important matters were considered at the convention of the Arizona. 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