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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 30, 1921.
PAGE THREE i t ! 1 V SOUTHS1DE NEWS OFFJCE SOUTH3IOE DEPT. 1S 6. Masdonald St. Ph. 341, M.i TEMPE AGENCY Laird A Dlnta Drug Stora Phona 22 GILBERT AGENCY Gilbert Pharmacy Phona Mesa 1R2 MANY STUDENTS SCHOOL HONOR ROLL MESA, Dec. 29 The pupils of the Mesa Union High school completed their second six week's term just be , fore the Christmas holiday. The honor roll for this term is larger than the first term by 17 names, that many pupils having; worked harder nd thereby gaining honors. A pupil must make A or B in three subjects which he elects in order to have his name on the honor roll. A pupil must make A or B In two subjects in order to have his name among the . honorable mention. Fined $50 ? A fine of $50 for the alleged selling of extract to habitual drinkers was tha punishment metted out to Dick Lee Chinese merchant on West Main street in Mesa, by Police Magistrate William Newell in the Mesa police court Thursday morning. Officers on Wednesday arrested two men for drunkenness and after they sobered .up they gave the name Dick Le. for whose arrest a warrant was issued. The two witnesses testified to. the 'excessive amount of extracts they ' . had purchased from Lee and the 'judge found the defendant guilty. Lee paid his $50 fine with a promise that extracts would be sold from his 'store on a more conservative basis in the future. - - Two up en Liquor Charge . M. C. Crux and Thomas Adams ap peared before Police Judge Newell Thursday afternoon on charges of -having liquor in their possession. They were arrested by Ni6ht Captain Brown. Cruz pleaded guilty to the charge and was fined $10. Adams protested he was Innocent and his case was dismissed. . Watch Night Service . . A Watch night service will be held at St. Mark's Episcopal church on Saturday night, commencing at 11.30 and lasting until 12:05 of the first day in the new year. ' Endeavor Box Social .- The Christian Endeavor society of JV&e Christian church will hold a box - social and party at the Dr. W. W. Trimble home. 21 South Sirrine on Saturday night. Boxes are to be prepared by the young ladles and will ba auctioned off to the highest bid ders. Funds raised from the social Will go into the church fund. Pass Christmas in Mountains The rainy and inclement weather Surrounding Christmas and the holi days hampered little the pleasures nd enjoyment of a party of Mesa folk at the Lewis ranch in the Sierra Anchas mountains above Roosevelt. Christmas and the two days follow ing were passed at the ranch and - side from one day when they had '' So remain indoors because of the rain the party made the most of their outing with hikes into the snow-clad mountains and with various other diversions. Numbered in the party which returned to Mesa Wednesday nisrht were th- E. G. Attaway fam ily. George W. Silverthorn 'family. TODAY AND TOMORROW Fancy Ripe BANANAS 3 lbs. 25c ARIZONA .. GROCERY COMPANY Special SATURDAY CANDY SPECIALS! Our Best Grade Chocolates watch for our specials every DONOFRIO CHANDLER AGENCY Gardner & Harmer Drug Stora Phona 21 GOODYEAR AGENCY J. E. Flanagan Refreshment Parlor Jack Hurst family, Mrs. Florence Black, Miss Mary Venters and Guy E. Rice. Camp Fire Girls to Meet The Camp Fire girls will meet at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon at the home of their guardian, Mrs. W. K. Stewart. Southside Theaters Today Majestic. Mesa Sydney Chaplin in "King. Queen and Joker," Ford Weekly. Pathe News. Gilbert William S. Hart in "The Testing Block," Rolin comedy. Tempe "Conrad in Quest of His Youth," starring Thomas Meighan, Mutt and Jeff comedy. Chandler "Ace of Hearta" all star cast. WllSSlftflRTER X TEMPE, Dee. 19. The S. J. Car ter home was the scene of a pretty wedding at 4 o'clock Thursday after noon, when Miss Mary Carter became the bride of John Kelly Moeur, only the immediate families witnessing the ceremony. Mrs. Moeur js the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Carter and is popular In tha younger set. She has been a student at the ttniversity at Tuc son for the past two years. Mr. Moeur is the son of Dr. and Mrs. I". B. Moeur and was born in Tempe and received his early education in the local schools. Since graduating from the University of A"izona he has heen attending medical college in Chicago and will complete his course there this spring. The couple left on the :20 train Thursday evening for Chicago. Local Children to Take Part A number of Tempe people are planning to attend the special annual mothers' and children's matinee to be given at the Columbia in Phoenix, Saturday afternoon. Little Marie Louise Hight and Jean Francis Clary of Tempe will take part in the "Hap piness" as little dancers. ' Hostess at Birthday Party Miss Miriam Johnston was hostess at a pleasing birthday party given at tha home of her parents on Maple avenue Wednesday night. Tha fol io winjj guests were present: Eliza beth Wamsley, Alice Ashley, Leoj Brown, Mildred Jones, Margaret Jackson, fora Windes, Lyda La Monte. Phoenix Guest Miss Alta Homes of Phoenix is the guest of Miss Louise Lynd this we jk. Holiday Visitor W. C. Colcord is down from Ms ranch near Fayson to spend the boll days with his family. In Los Angeles Miss Irene Lacy is spending her vacation In Los Angeles with her par ents. Guest of Honor at Dinner Party Miss Edith Mullen, who is spending the holidays in Tempe with her par ents, was the incentive for a dinner party given at the home of Mrs. John Mullen in Phoenix Thursday evening, The guest list included Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Steele, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mul len and daughter Edith of Tempe, Mr. and Mrs. F.' E. Stretten and Mr. Phoenix. Baby Boy An eight pound boy arrived at the A. A. Kortsen home Wednesday evening. Both mother and baby are doing nicely. . Garden Seeds Free A supply of fresh garden seeds for planting in 1922 has been received at the McNary drug store from the agri cultural department at Washington for free distribution. Any one want ing garden seed is invited to call. Dance at Kyrena A cordial invitation is extended to the general public to attend the dance at the Kyrene auditorium Friday night which Is being given under the auspices of the Kyrene Parent Teacher association. Spending Week In Phoenix Mrs. J. H. Robinson and daughter Marjory are spending the holidays in Phoenix with relatives. Attend Funeral in Benson The Gastelo family returned Tues day night from Benson, where they attended the funeral of Salvador Pa - rado, who passed away Sunday night at the age or 71. Hera From Loa Angeles Mr. and Mrs. Luther Johnson and two cniidren oz Los Angeles are i guests at the W. G. DeVore home, One Pound Boxes of Saturday Bit OF J MOEUR CONFECTIONERY COMPANY Mr. Johnson is a nephew of Mrs. DeVore. Former Tempe Girl Marries Friends of Miss Eva Rector have received announcement of her wed ding to Hery LeRoy King at Em poria. Kan., last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. King will be at home after Jan. 1 at Corwith, Iowa. Miss Rector was formerly art teacher in the Tempe schools. Co-operation in Churches The first week of the new year is church week and week of prayer In all Protestant churches. The Tempe churches will fall in with the plan prepared by the national Federal Council of Churches. All of the serv ices will be held in the Baptist church'. The ministers will take turns leading the meetings. The special meetings for five even ings are for tha Tempe community and It is hoped that many will drop in even though not members of churhhes. The subjerts: Monday, Jan, 2. Thanksgiving and Confession. Tuesday, Jan. S. The Church Uni versal. Wednesday, Jan. 4. Nations and Their Leaders. , Thursday, Jan. E. Home and For eign Missions. Friday, Jan. . Christian Educa tion and the Christian Home. Students Entertained - The students of the Normal who did not go home were the guests of Rev. snd Mrs. Raley at the parson age Wednesday evening. Some of the church young people were also pres ent. Methodist Church The New Year is to "be observed at the Methodist church' Sunday by an extra effort to be present and on time on the part of a number who have pledged a New Year start. The sermon will be a New Year message. CIlOlSTOF c. CHANDLER, Dec. 80. The Cham ber of commerce luncheon which was held Wednesday at tha Suhuaro hotel was in charge of W. H. Robinson the author, and was one of the most successful meetings yet held. The program was in keeping with the Christmas spirit. Among the speakers were Dr. A. J. Chandler, who compared Chandler with Paris, his theme being: "Paris is What Chandler Hopes to Be." W. J. Lewis presented a number of New Year's resolutions for individual members and the chamber as a whole. Mr. Smith, formerly of California, now a local rancher, gave an inter esting talk on the foundation and growth of Chandler in comparison with other cities. Al Strause gave several musical numbers during the luncheon and Mr. Forbes of Phoenix gave a number of vocal selections, accompanying himself on the banjo. Chandler Girl Married, Beaunah Ray Norton ' of Chandler and Newell W. Kraing of California were united in marriage last Satur day. The ceremony was performed in Phoenix, where the young couple expect to make their home. Takes Party to Grand Canyon Bill Hu'gget left the first of this week with a party of San Marcos guests for a trip to the Grand Can yon. The women of the Episcopal guild met at the home of Mrs. O. A, Roberts Thursday afternoon. The meeting was called to elect officers for the new year and to complete arrange ments for their booth at the Chandler Progress carnival. Several local legion boys attended the American Legion danca given in the Shrtne auditorium in Phoenix Wednesday night. 1 ACRES OPENED TO " Eight hundred and eighty acres of land, approximately six to nine miles east of Mesa, and located in sections 14, IB, 22. 23 and 24, township 1 north, range 6 east, G. tc S. R. M.. have been restored to entry, and will be subject to homestead or desert land applications by ex-aervlce, men of the World war only, from Dec. 19 to Jan. 17. inclusive, 4 o'clock p. m. All applications will be treated as though filed at the same time, and will be disposed of by drawing. Any applications filed by ex-service men for lands remaining on and after Jan. 18, to and including March 22, will be immediately allowed, on and after which date the lands will be subject to entry by the general public. Lands much be personally Inspect ed before applications are filed. Ap plications must be sworn to before either the register or receiver of the U. S. land office at Phoenix. Exact despriction of the land and other information may be obtained by inquiry in person or by letter to tne local land otrice. 95c per box MEETING Wffl VETERANS Each box contains Milk Chocolate Bitter Sweet and Camelbacks VeryQEper Special Or box MLDHIDE! LANDS FOR CAVE CHEEK DAM SITE Suit to condemn approximately 190 acres of mining claims in the Win field mining district along Cava creek, to be used as a reservoir site for the waters which will be Im pounded by the construction of the flood control dam across the creek, was started yesterday in the superior court against the Amalgamated Cop per Mining company by the state of Arizona, Maricopa county, the city of Phoenix, the Paradise- erde Ir rigation district and the Salt River Valley Water Users' association. In addition to asking the court to give them the use of the lands, the plain tiffs ask it" to determine who owns title to the lands and to assess the value of the eereage sought for pub lic use. Cave creek, the plaintiffs declare. Is a stream flowing southward through a portion pf Maricopa coun ty and at times carries a large vol AFTE the sole topic these days on the streets and aim every Plhoe.oix Ihoinnieo And so it slhoiuild I! The Year's One Garment Sale Every 1-2 Price For Entire Stock of Millinery ume of water. Through heavy floods in the region they point out, it has made a new channel which causes the waters in flood times to flow over farms, roads, canals and laterals and to become a menace to the life, health and safety of the residents of the county living in the path of the wash. Unless controlled, the plaintiffs de clare, Cave creek during flood pe riods will be a serious menace to the state capitol and grounds, the state fair grounds and buildings, state school lands, the county court house and grounds, public highways, school buildings, parks and streets in Phoe nix, the private grounds and dwell ings of citizens in Phoenix, the canals and laterals of the Salt River Valley Water Users' - association, tho lands of the shareholders of the Paradise Verde Irrigation district, and a large acreage of highly improved farm lands in the Salt River valley, all of which are in the path of the flood waters of Cave creek. Because of the damage which might occur from the flood, the plaintiffs allege, it is necessary to straighten the channel of the creek and to control its flood waters by di verting the waters to newly formed channels for the protection of citi zens and property in the county, by impounding the waters of the creek with a dam, which when impounded may be used by the Paradise Verde irrigation district for irrigation pur poses. For this purpose, the plaintiffs al R CHRIS On adytoW fee, considering tlhe fact tock is subject to a on every Coat s Suit, Dress, Fur and 'SMirt In or store When you take into consideration the fact that the orig inal pricing of these garments has been noteworthy for its extreme moderation, the exceptional character of their marking at 1-3 less will certainly commend itself to you. shouald make an effort to attend COATS in every wanted fabric, every desirable style, every fav ored innovation either plain or fur-trimmed. 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An agreement has been entered between themselves, the plaintiffs say. to con struct a dam in the Winfield mining district for the control of the Cave creek flood, and plans for the con struction has been made. The Amalgamated Copper Mining company, the plaintiffs allege, claims or pretends it has some right and title to the four mining claims and the portions of the It other claims which they ask the court to condemn for a public use. They have been unable to reach an agreement on the purchase of the lands, the plaintiffs declare, and assert the property sought Is valueless. The easement sought, they say, will not damage the defendant In the least. OFFERS TO TEST SHEETS OF PIMA "I have had so many telephone inquiries today regarding my talk ONS TMA Women VoweWiceOur mm ivy about long staple cotton growers. and what 1 would do about going after the business, that I feci I must be a little more explicit." said J. C Adams .owner of the Hotel Adams yesterday. He referred to his sug gestion that long staple cotton grow ers get together and go after the linen business of the hotels. To show that he was really In earnest, and desired to do las share toward helping the growers solving their problem Mr. Adams made the following offer. "Just as a mater of experiment, and for my own benefit aa well as that of the grower, I will agree to purchase from $500 to $1000 worth of sheets, pillow cases and towels manufactured from the long staple MOVING Our new location is 27 East Adams Street? opposite the American Dance Palace. THE SONG SHOP "Everything in Sheet Music" TORE ear Apparel tlhat our entire feig. discount Discount .chief tractions cotton of th- valley. I ask that thes be made of the same size, standard, and weight as tl. piquot sheeting and pillow-cases which I always pur chase and I will agree to pay the manufacturer one-third mora than the present market price for the piquot product. -As I said last night, the best linen we can purchase wears out In all too shor a time, and anything that can be done to add to the life of a sheet or pillow slip la well worth working for. I make my offer in all earnestness, and will await the outcome with a great deal of interest." One-fifth of the medical students in London are women. ALE Woman Store Closed Monday All Day