THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1918
Wanted Help, Female
WANTED Good cook and house
keeper for small family at Florence;
must be neat and clean; wage $40.
J4-. Earle J. demons. .Phone 16
Horence, Ariz, tf
NOTICE TO ART LOVERS One
enetian table cover net from San
Francisco exposition, originally $375,
row $167. Call and inspect it Also
special prices on Jlnen, ilk, crepe de
chine, georgette ready marie garments,
laces, treroh filet, cluny, madcria and
Florentine. Foreign Art Goods. 205 W.
..Wanted Help, Male and
WANTED Several families' of cot
Inn pickers: 3'i cents: heavy first
nicking; 5 miles west of Five Points,
lhocnix, on Yuma road, U mile south.
.''"wr A ,I"nn. . tf
WA.NTKD Cotton pickers, l'hone
4480. 403 Fleming Uldtr. Pay Sc;
rood picking. Could arrange trans
WANTED Teacher uf Academic
wnd Conversational French. Address
.Pnr 7G Rep, hb
Money to Loan
6 PER CENT MONEY on improved
Phoenix homes. Paul S. Knntz. 12-hb
To loan in sums of $3,000, $3,000 or
$10.W0 on improved ranch and city
property; only first-class property
considered: no delay.
HERBERT S. PRINCE CO.
., 14 West Adams St. tf
MONKV TO LOAN on gilt edge city
ir country security. Reasonable in
terest and no commission charged.
-Address box KG Republican. bm
IXJANS EASY to get up to $150 on
your furniture, piano, automobile, live
utock, implements, etc. Ample funds,
reasonable rates, courteous treatment;
strictly confidential. Mutual Loan Co..
Phone 1396. 1500 Grand Ave. Office
.hours 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. tf
FUNDS for Salt River Valley
' ranches. Franklin D. Lane, 6. W.
Adams Pt., Phone 1 834. tf
MONEY To LOAN on improved
fity property or for building purposes
i at lowest rates. E. E. Pascoe, 302 North
I Central Ave. tf
Lost and Found
t LOST On Thursday. Oct. 24. from
Mexican town in Chandler, two horses,
! otw bay, weight 1200 lbs, branded N on
left side; one blue horse, weight 1000
lbs., branded N. M., with line through
center. Reward of $10 if returned to
.lorenro Birto. Chandler. Ariz. bg
LOST Little boys coat, Sunday.
rPhnne Perkins 198. bm
IXJST Hay mare, weight about 1,
100 pounds, left angle slightly en
larged; 1 bay horse with white bind
foot, weight about 500 pounds. Re
ward. L. W. Faris, Phoenix, care
tcottsriale stage. bm
LOST Silver tie pin. Return to Re
publican office. Reward. bn
nix oh road past West End store and
Grand Canal road, 1 33x4 Goodyear
Cord tire and rim No. 69034. Suitable
reward. Leave at Republican office.
C H. M'aterhouse. Litchfield. bm
LOST Gold rim. round lens classes.
J. D. Divin. R. V. D.. 2. hm
FO END A year old calf; dark
Jersey. Phone 121R2. bk
LOST One black, 4 vear old mare
mule, weighing about 1200 lhs branded
V on left shoulder. Lambert & Langler,
?2f X. 7th Ave.. Phone 3036. tf
Use The Republican Classified Ads.
for Results Read for Profit.
STRAYED To my place, bay horse,
white hind foot, no brands. Three
Quarters of a mile east of Central on
clendale ave. E. H. Gloeckel. bl
kTHAVi.il A 1 .
- ...... u ... . . i i j i (j v i l uciarj
cow, fresh and dehorned. Kindly call
4lo. Mrs. prigs?, tf
KITCHEN and dining room for rent
.Tery reasonable to parties wanting to
keep boarders, including a screen
sleeping porch. 392 X. 1st St. bn
FOR SAL E BAKERY STOREf
Selling Candv, cigars. Gasoline Sta
tion, doing fine business; no deliver
ies; good location; first-class fix
ture. One person can handle It Price
very fair., Write to Box 2472, Globe,
FULLY F.Ql'IPPED GARAGE, doing
a good business in a good location, off
tn thp war soon. Bow 7S Rep. dn
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THIS
TtOAltD OF DIRECTORS AND SUB
SCRIBERS OF THE ASSOCIATED
CHARITIES WILL BE POSTPONED
ON ACCOUNT OF THE INFLUENZA.
Auto Time Table
EGYPT STAGE CO.
Hv passenger cars to Temtte,
Vesa. Chandler, Gilbert and Goodyear
Cars every hour from 7 a, tn, until
11 P. M. dally.
Phone 711 110 N. Central Ave.
BROOKS STAGE LINE
TOLLESON CASHION AVON
DALE COTTON CAMPS
Stage leave 112 East Washington
ureet ai a a. m., in A. m., 12 A. M
2 P. M., 4 P. M., and IF, M,
Telephone 4127 tf
Phoenix Bcrryhill Corner
Glcndale E J. Fiock'a
Stages Run Every Half Hour
Leave Glendale Leaves PhoenU
7:30 a. m. 8:30 a. m.
:C0 p. tn. (;00 p. m.
Leave Phoenix 9:00 n. m.. 10:00 p. m.
rhone Glendale 53 tf
EARLY MORNINO elAGE for
Tempe or Meea. Leave Arizona Re.
?ob)ioan ovlioe at 4; 30 A. M, daily.
. hone 146$. W. J. Rose. tf
CADILLAC "$" SERVICE
GLOBE-MIAMI via ROOSEVELT
Leave Globe-Miami 8:30 a. ra. dally.
Leave Phoenix 1:30 a, m. daily.
Leave Phoenix 9:00 a. m. and, 4 p. m.
Leave Superior f a. m. and 4:30 p. m.
Leave Bay at 7:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. m.
42 South Central
. Phone 1465 tf
AWNING AND CAMPING SEASON
now en. We make everything known
that will fool the rain and sun. Phoe
nix Tent and Awning Co., cornor First
.nA Monroe Sts., Phone 1411, tf
Razors and Safety blades sharpening
BLANTON, 20S W. WISH tf
GOODWIN Corsets for style, com
fort. Miss Repine Facrhcr, 240 X. 2nd
Ave. Phone 3707. 12-d
SPIRELLA CORSETS. Nora Smith,
Route 2. Phoenix. Ariz. Phone 879i. tt
SPIRELLA CORSETS Mrs. Kuhl
welm, 344 North Second Ave. Phone
173R Or 8707. tf
MRS. C. L. HOLT. NuBone Cor
setiere. 314 North Third Ave. Phone
Dr. Geo. M. Wahlenmaier, Incensed
Chiropractor. Pt(jpm 210 National Bank
of Arizona Hlrtg. Phone 4221. tf
O. D. GLAUS, u C. 35 K. Washing
ton St. Spine specialist. Phone 3595. tf
DR. E. E. HELFRICH. Licensed
chiropractor. 218 ft West Washington.
Phone 4603. - tf
HAMILTON DETECTIVE SERVICE
Experienced; investigation both
sexes. 35 East Washington. Phone
CHIROPODY Bunions, corns, cal.
louses removed; painless and blood
less; 60c each; moles, warts, etc., re-
moved by electricity. 29-31 East
Adams St. Frank Shirley. Phone 1704.
NOW IS THE TIME to have your
earnets cleaned. The Electric Cnrnet
Cleaners. Phone 733. tf
FRANTZ PREMIER electric camel
cleaners for sale and rent Easy
mommy terms, v. F. Potter, 331 W.
Washington St. Phone ??49. 1f
LOCAL and out f town collections
handled with dispatch. United Credi
tors' Association. National Bank of
Ariz, pnone 41K. 11 -dl
GOWNS Miss C. Johnson. 1320 N
3rd St. hl
EXPERIENCED dressmaker will
call and do your dressmaking. Phone
SKIRTS and alterations a specialty.
oi r-- wasnington St., upstairs. 11-28
MRS. R. TATUM
303 North First Street. Phone 1218
Plain Sewing. 1004 Vi E. Wash.
DRESSMAKER, wilt sew at home
or go out by day. Phone 2S89. tf
MRS. ETTA KCANLON
Fashionable dressmaking. Residence
127 N. Second St. Phono $813. tf
LADIES" HATS made to order. Re'-
rnoriHing. 128 North Third Street. tf
PELTS, wdol, hide. We pay highest
prices for all kinds of junk. Automo
biles to wreck. Effron Co. Phone
132. innp F Madison. tf
Hides and Furs
- - i - i i ii n n rri n ri rr ruinj
Notice to trappers, we can pay very
high prices for skunks, rackcoons and
fox and all kinds of furs. Don't sell
your furs until you see us.
EFRON & CO.
1009 E. Madison. Phone 1S32
Miss Houghton. 4"8 Fleming. 1789. tf
DON'T FORGET THE ADDRESS
Electric Studio, 37 W. Adams St. Pina;
Pong Photos, 3 positions, 15c doz. Post
Carrts. 3 for 3''; 80c doz. tf
HARRY A. SLEE Expert piano
tuning and repairing, $3. 10 years' ex
perience with the Steinway piano fac
tory. All work absolutely guaranteed.
3"6 E. Vnn Bnren. Phone 2153.. tf
HAZZARD & JIILLER
606 Central Bldg., Sixth and Main. L. A.
H. Miller, g yrs. examiner U. S. Pat. Of.
Hazzard's Book on Patents Free, tf
35 North First Ave.
Try cur Special 40c Dinner, 11:31
A. M., to 8:30 P. M.
Short Orders All Day tf
Short Orders All Night
35 North Center St
TEE SING. frno.
THE NEW HOME SEWING MA.
chine company guarantee Is unlimited.
New machines, second hand machines,
all makes, $5 and up. We rent ma
chines. 331 W. Washington St., Phoe
nix. Phone 1249. H. F. Poole, man
SULPHUR VAPOR BATH, $1.60;
Shower. 3oc. Ladies dept 137 N.. Cen
tral. Phone 4215. tf
Transfer and Storage
CHAMBERS TRANSFER AND
STORAGE CO. Any kind of hauling.
FIrerpoof storage. Phone 1282 or 3526.
Undertaking & Embalming
MOORE A McLELLAN
Fnneral directors and embalmern.
829 West Adflms St. Phone 601. tf
J. t. wisraEi
New location. 134 West Adams
TIRE HOSPITAL OF PHOENIX
Vulcanliing and welding done
promptly and guaranteed. Out-of-town
work solicited. Arizona Vulcan
liing Works. 207 West Washington.
IF YOU MISS YOUR PAPER
City subscriber who da not re
ceive The Arizona Republican
promptly should telephone the cir
culation department, phone 4331,
before 8 o'clock in the morning
and a copy will be immediately
rr iftf that wp mavtova them iMr.k.lh
Sn mite tfie way they went, with youth unspoiled:
xlitr hoy?, wftnre Jive? nave never known the lack.
or clean Ideal?- Sod grant they stay unsotledi
jlj ju?l indi uiey may touc mo oar eyes;
Wttieyer a? clear a? boyirh eye? mould be
Jhat they may know me raith that never die?,
Jo guide them through the land? aero?? the sea....
Jtf Jiirt that they may reel the weight or jprayer.
Republican A. P. Leased tylre
NEW YORK, Nov. 14 The stock
market today gave further expression
to the many conflicting factors which
have ehgaged the earnest attention of
financial and Industrial interests since
the signing of the armistice.
Prices were firm to strong at the
beginning. Mils, shippings, squipments
and oils, together with such specialties
as motors and tobaccos, holding their
gains of one to three points throughout
Later the entire list fell back, the re
versal coinciding with reports from
Washington that the war Industries
board had been empowered to cancel
war contracts in excess of compara
tively nominal amounts.
The reaction was at its height In the
first hour, when oils and industrials
not only forfeited all gains, but gave
way to net losses of 1 to 4 points. Mo
tors also yielded easily with kindred
United States Steel gave promise at
the outset of regaining a substantial
part of its recent loss, advancing Wt.
points, but relinquished all its advan
tages and closed at a slight fractional
Advances of 1 to 2 points In rails,
with Southern Pacific the leading fea
ture, also were soon forfeited. Sales
amounted to 615,000 shares.
Liberty bonds eased slighgtly, do
mestic railway and industrial issues
yielded 1 to 1 points and internation
als were irregular. Total Sales par
value, agTe.gated $11,775,000. Old Unit
ed States bonds were unchanged on
CHICAGO, Nov. 14. Close:
Corn Dec, $1.18; Jan, $1.19.
Oats Dec, TOc; Jan., 70c.
Pork Nov, $39.75; Jan, $44.30.
Lard Nov, $26.80; Jan, $26.80.
Ribs Nov., $24.70; January, $23.97.
NEW YORK, Nov. 14. Metals, un
NEW TORK. Nov. 14. Mercantile
paper, unchanggd; sterling, day bills,
unchanged; demand, $4.76; cables,
$4.76. Mexican dollars, unchanged.
Time loans, strong; unchanged. Call
money, strong unchanged.
NEW YORK, Nov. 14. Cotton closed
steady at a net advance of 55 to 125
CHICAGO, Nov. 14. Hog receipts
60,000; market steady to 10c lower
than yesterday's average; butchers
$17.60(918.00; light $17.15017.90; pack
ing $16.5017.50; throwouta $15.00
16.26; pigs, good to choice, $14.50
Cattle receipts 18,000; beef and
butcher cattle strong to higher ; calves
50c higher; desirable stockers and
feeders stronger. Beef cattle, good,
choice and prime, $15.75Sjl9.75; com
mon and prime $9.5010.75; butcher
stock, cows and heifers $6.3514.00;
canners and cutters $5.256.35; stock
ers and feeders, good, choice and
fancy $10.00g12.50: Inferior common
and medium $7.00i8il0.00: veal Calves,
good and choice, $16.7517.50; west
ern range beef stters J14.2517.65;
cows and heifers $8.50 12.75.
Sheep receipts 30,000; market
opening strong, 10c to 15c higher.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 14. Hogs re
ceipts 7,000; strong; heavy tll.OO
The Mission of th$ Y. M.
May reei zroui iivanieu ,
jouea cioaK. aoouL mem, eveiywneie,
Ihmucih hnrrnr'c rtAv sin1 torrnr'c hitter ni&hr
7v hiff thzt tha mftir tthnrsi thov lYam
My nave come link connecting them to home
Local Produce Market
Great quantities of produce is being
gotten' in by local wholesale fruit and
produce dealers. Oranges, however.
have not yet made their appearance.
A car of red New Mexico npples, a
car of Flagstaff potatoes and a car of
bananas were received by one dealer
alone. A car of mixed fruits and vege
tables will be in today sometime.
A large quantity of tranberries for
the Thanksgiving trade has been re
ceived by local dealers.
Dealer Are Paying
Ranch eggs .$ .54
Fryers, lb. .' 23 .27
Hens, lb. 21 .22
Feterita 2.50 .2.75
Turkeys, lb .20 .22
Kaffir corn 3.00
Barley 2.60 2.75
Alfalfa 18.00 24.00
Milo maize . .' 3.00 3.10
Head maize, ton 30.00
Retail Selling Prices
Eggs $ .60 $ .62
Sugar, 2 lbs. 20 ;23
Flour, 24-lb. sack ....... 1.50 1.73
Cranberries, lb. .... .20
Apples, 3 lbs .25 . .
Bell peppers, lb ' .20 ..
Lemons, dozen .40
Oranges, dor.en 1.00 1.20
Bunch vegetables, 2 for . . .05
Lettuce, per head 10
Dry onions 04 .05J4
White onions 054
Tomatoes .10 ..
Eggplant, lb . .10 . ..
Almonds, lb j... .35 .40
Bananas, 2 lbs. ......... .25 ...
Potatoes, 6 lbs. 24
Potatoes, sack , 3.10 k. .
Peanuts, lb 35 ..
Brazil nuts, lb 40
Filberts, lb .40
String beans, lb , .10 ...
Summer squash, lb 10 . .
Peaches, 2 lbs 25 ..
Green corn, dozen 40 J&Q
Grapes, lb. 15 ..
Celery, bunch 20 ..
Sweet potatoes,- 4 lbs 26 .
Dates : .40 v ..
Pears, lb .15 ' ..
Imported dates, per box.. .30 ..
Quince, lb 05
Dates, box 40 . .
.lonathon apples, box ... 3.50
Belief leur, apples, box ... 2.35 2.50
Walnuts, lb 45 ..
Alligator pears, (GaVa-
catasi) each 25 , .
Prunes, lb. . .... .23
Figs, 2 pkgs - .25
Black figs, lb 30
Arizona persimmons, lb.. .20
Grapefruit, each 10 . .15
Cauliflower, per lb 20
17.70; lights $17.0017.65; pigs $14.00
Cattle receipts 6,000; higher; prime
steers $17.6019.50; southern steers
$6.0012.00; cows $5.0011.00; heifers
$6.5012.0O stockers $6.5014.5U
calves $7.00 13.00.
Sheep -receipts 5,000; steady; lambs
$11.50iai5.50; yearlings $10.0811.50
wethers $9.50ia!10.50; ewes $8.00
DENVER, Nov. 14. Cattle receipts
5,000: market steady. Beef steers
$8.0014.0O; cows and heifers $.00rffl
9.00: stockers and feeders $7.00(
11.50; calves $S.0Oi11.0o
Hogs receipts 1,800; higher; top
$17.35; bulk $16.S5llJ.OO.
Sheep receipts J 4,000; steady.
Lambs $14. 50fl 15.00: ewes $1008.50;
feeder lambs $14.00 14.65.
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GLENDALE - - - PEORIA
L. E. KINGMAN, Manager
Mr. 8hively, Newt Correspondence
Phone: Glendale 60
GLENDALE, Nov. 14. Sergeant
Harold R. Eyer, who was born and
raised a mile north of town on the old
Eyer homestead, has been In France a
year, making good in the service.
few davs ago his sister, Mrs. R. C. Le
hinan, received from him a German
helmet for a souvenir. The helmet will
bfe placed In Pllcher's' window for
Helping in Store
Miss Pearl Stautfer is assisting with
the books for a few days at her broth
er. Ray Stauffer's store. Miss Pearl
formerly lived here, but is making her
home with her father north of Phoenix
' Sailor Visits Hera
Leonard Neill. of the navv. stationed
at ban Pedro, val, who is home on
short furlough was out visiting )
mends yesterday. Mr. .Neill lives
Should Add to War Fund
In the meantime, everyone feels like
giving )o the limit and then some more
to the Lnited War fund to keen them
smiling and help make Christmas
brighter for them over there, a long.
long way from home.
The war workers of Washington dis
trict were out early Monday canvass
ing their district, Mr. S. S. Stout, with
his usual patriotism, gave them his
check for $100.
William Walters wishes to collect all
outstanding bills to the Glendale Gro
eery as soon as possible. He win take
Liberty bonds in payment at the
Glendale Grocery. db
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
LONDON, Nov. 13. -A note of deep
anxiety lest the situation in Germany
degenerate into bolsheviklsm is struck
by all the editorials in the London
newspapers today. The continued ab
sence of. information which would tend
to throw further light on the fragmen
tary one-sided knowledge of the actual
social administrative situation in Ger
many, prevents the formation of abso
lutely conclusive views here.
President Wilson's "timely .counsel
is hailed with unanimous editorial ap
proval, and his warning that hunger
leads to madness is quoted as touching
a vital chord. It is admitted by news
papers of all shades of political opinion
that Germany must be fed, if only as
business proposition, inasmuch as If
GLENDALE BOY SENDS
Report of Condition of the
PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK
At Phoenix in the State of Arizona, at the Close, of Business on November
a Loans and discounts. Including rediscounts,
cent those shown in b and c)
Total loans ...... .,.... .....2
d Notes and bills rediscounted (other
than bank acceptances sold) (see
Item 57a) $5.0XMW
f Foreign Bill Of Exchange or Draft sold, with in
dorsement of this bank, not shown under Ibem
d, ablve (see. Item 57)
Overdrafts, secured, $ None; unsecured, $39L74....
U. S. bonds (other than Liberty Bonds, but including
IT. S, certificates of indebtedness) :
a V. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par
b IT. S.. bonds and certificates of indebtedness
pledged to secitre tr. S. deposits (par value)..
c tT. B. bonds and certificates of indebtedness
pledged to Becure postal savings deposits (par
value) ........................ j
d U. S. bonds and certificates Of Indebtedness
pledged as collateral fonState or other dVeposits
or bill payable -
f IT. B. bonds and certificate Of indebtedness
owned and unpledged . .
Liberty Loan Bonds:
a Liberty Loan Bonds, S'i, 4, and 4 per cent, un
pledged .. ...,...,......----.-
d. Liberty Loan Bonds, 3H. 4 and 44 per cent,
pledged to secure State or other deposits or
e Payments actually made on Liberty 4 bonds
of the Fourth Liberty Loan owned
Bonds, securities, etc. (other than IT, S.) :
b Bonds (other than TJ. S. bonds) pledged to secure
postal savihgs deposits
c Bonds and securities pledged as collateral for
State, or other deposits (postal excluded) or
bills payable .. .......
e Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including
stocks) owned unpledged .
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50. per cent of
subscription) .. v - , -
Furniture and fixtures ....... ..--
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve-Bank
Cash in vault and net amounts Jue from national
banks - .. . . . .
Net amounts due from banks, bankers, and trust
companies other than included in Items 13, 14
or 15 ......
Checks on other banks in the satne city Or town as
reporting bank (other than Item 17) .
Total of Items 14, 15, It, 17, and 18 .
Checks on banks located outside of city Of town of
repotting bank and other Cash items
Redemption fufid witfi V. S. Tfeaanrerand due from
IT. S. Treasurer .. ....i..vi.
Interest earned but not collededapflroxltttate on
Notes and Bills Receivable not past due
War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps
actually owned ...--ir
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund .. ....
a Undivided profits ..
b Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid..
Interest and discount collected or credited, in ad '
vance of maturity and not earned (approximate)
Amount reserved for taxes accrued .
Amount reserved for all interest accrued ..... ......
Circulating notes outstanding . ..-...
Net amounts due to National banks -o'
Net amounts due to banks, bankers, and trust com
panies (other than included in Items 31 or 32)
Total of Items 32 and 33
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subjett
to Reserve (deposits payable within 30 days):
Individual deposits subject td check
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days
(other than for money borrowed.) ......
Certified checks . - .
Cashier's checks outstanding . ...
tate, county, or other municipal deposits secured
by pledge of assets of this bank ........-
Total of demand deposits (other than bank
deposits) subject to Reserve, Items H 35,
36, 37, 38, 39, 40, and 41 i.-k....$2,
Total of time deposits subject to Reserve,
Items 42, 43. 44, and 45
United States deposits (other than postal savings) :
c Other United Stares deposits, including deposits
of U. S. disbursing officers
Bills payable, other than with Federal Reserve Bank,
including all obligations representing- money
borrowed, other than rediscounts
Bills payable, with Federal Reserve Bank
Liabilities other than those above stated Int. earned
but not collected, approximate
57. a Liabilities for rediscounts, including those with
Federal Reserve Bank fsee Item Id) 50.000.00-
Total contingent liabilities 57 a, b, and c) 50,000.00
STATE OF ARIZONA, COUNTY OF MARICOUA ss:
I, W. H. Thomson, Cashier of the above-named bank, d6 solemnly swear
that the "above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
W. H. THOMSON, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 13th day of November. 1918.
(Seal) L. W. ROREX. Notary Public
she starved to death she couid not pay
what she owes.
The Times, remarking max me com
bination of hunger and revolution is
highly perilous, says common human
ity and common sense alike compel the
rin tf nrmanv iinrt that the ar-
rival of Herbert C. Hoover, the Ameri
can food administrator, win iacmiaie
t-v. . 1 1.. ; l Vou-a oonimenam? Presi
dent Wilson's "sane humanity" says
the deliberate starving or trermany
vaiiM Ho Tiothinsr but a staTiid crime
nH Ktamn the brand of hypocrisy on
all the allied professions.
I ne uany r.xpresB ouutius
nation would be a bolshevik nation and
that a bolshevik Germany would be as
grave a menace as a Hohenzollern
BASEBALL MEN PLAN
FOR SEASON'S PLAYING
PEORIA. Ills, Nov. 13. Plans for the
reconstruction of the minor league
baseball organizations weffe started at
the annual meeting of the National
Association Of Professional baseball to
day. Committees were appointed to
consider the advisability Of reclassify
ing all organizations and redistricting
The movement was started by A. R.
Learney of Chicago, president of th
Three-Eye league, who declared the
salaries of some organizations were
"entirely without reason" and the geo
graphical makeup of tie leagues were
too unwieldy to assume successful
Committee considering- the propo
sals tonight will report to the meeting
There is a possibility that Omaha
will make application for membership
in the American Association.
William O'Rourke, owner of the
Omaha team of the Western league,
announced he would pay $50,000 for a
franchise, providing it could be trans
ferred to Omaha. The franchise
O'Rourke desires, it is said, is now
held by Louisville. Several ctub own
ers of the American Association view
with satisfaction the proposal to in
, elude Omaha in the circuit.
50,000.00 2a4S.44S.St ;
21,867.05 25142.27 :
H. J. McCLUNG
WSL S. HUMBERT
I H. CHALMERS
BRITISH CASUALTIES 30,000
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
. LONDON, Nov. 14 Casualties in the:
British ranks reported in the week
ending today, total 30.535 officers and
men, divided as follows:
Killed or died of wounds: Officers
387; men 6,237.
Wounded or missing: Officers 1,049 ;
Totals: Officers L436; men 29,099.
It makes no difference what your
wants may be, you can have them sup
plied by using and reading The Repub
lican Classified Pages Arizona's Lead
ing Advertising Medium. i
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Lawhon & Piper
Correspondents, Logan & Bryan
Members New York Stock Ex
change, Boston Stock Exchange
- and Chicago Board of Trade
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W. W. LAWHON, Local Manager,
Phoenix Offices, Comrri&rcial Hotel
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