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PACE SEVEN
BRINGING UP FATHER
By George McManus
(Copyright 1917 by International News Serylca)
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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1918
ARIZONA DEALERS TO
-fn onn on: lo6k who' ( I j now are xou xvrx
CilTfinT tMOW 1 v with tup r,-N-Tw III I K FEELIN.? c' ? A V
WHILE IVFTA ( I -J v r-T- r. Kill
SUBSTITUTES
I -ii ETS ,VY ' i' I I 1 cm.: JPMJ
TJflails of the plan for government
purrliase from dealers of surplus stocks
of lilicat flour substitutes were martf
public yesterday by the federal food
administrator for Arizona.
Incidentally, it was revealed that
Arizona dealers stand to sustain a
onsiderable loss. While this is re
vii' tied by the fond administration,
'iifiriiils point out that this was un
avoidable, in the face of the sudden
change- of conditions attendant upon
! tie signing of the armistice, and Ari
zona merchants were called upon to
make this additional sacrifice as a
matter of patriotic duty.
Tmler the plan of purchase of vic
tory floor nd other compulsory wheat
Hour substitutes, the cereal division
offers the following prices for stocks
delivered in carload quantities at sea
board: i' tnry flour $10.50: barley flour $S
straight: or patent rye flour $!: dark
i". e flour $7.50; white corn meal flour
.'.': yellow corn meal flour $8;
renin com me:il $S; other corn meal
7.."M; but in no c;ic higher than ac
l ih! invoice cost, plus freight.
" : 1 1 1 Galveston nnd .San Francisco
i. iiwmI a the nearest points of de
li vi ry lor Arizona, it is patent that
n;;"n.i dialers will stand a lops In
riKil.ing shipment of substitutes. It is
i :i. r. lore .suu'irrsted that they reduce
l-i ic on iciory and other substitute
thus irivin the public: advant-
en though loss may be incurred.
S1IG REFUGEES
REACH
VLADIVOSTOK
BY THE
TRAUD
VLADIVOSTOK. Saturday. Nov. ?:;.
(By The Associated Press) Half dear!
an l iliTf hy disposing of stocks more ! from starvation and disease. sur-
riaililv than through sal'; tu the gov-
ninu'nt.
Many dealer have already taken
I 'us course. It is believed that all
' Us of substitutes including victory
flour can lie disposed of with slight
!o--s. within thirty days if this plan is
curried out.
CATHOLIC CLERGY TO
URGE IRISH FREEDOM
S A N FRANCISCO, Nov. 2:,. Catholic
organizations were notified here today
by I'nited States Senator Jamra D.
f'heliin that be was to present a peti
tion of the Catholic clergy of Califor
nia to President Wilson today, asking
that Ireland's political freedom be
spoused by the United States at the
pcaco conference. The petition was
signed by Archbishop Edward J. Han
nan, of the archdiocese of San Fran
cisco, and Right Rev. John J. Cant
well and Thomas Grace, hishops of
1-os Angeles and Sacramento dioceses.
vivors out of the original total of 210H
bolshevik prisoners and refugees in a,
train sent across Siberia by the
Czecho-Slovak troops, fighting in Sa
mara, European Russia, have arrived
at Xikolsk, near Vladivostok. The jour
ney from the Ural mountains to the
Uai-'ific cojist occupied six weeks.
The survivors reached Xikolsk in
forty cars. The train carried no pro
visions and was without sanitary
equipment.
Of the eight hundred persons miss
ing from the original total, some were
shot while trying to escape from the
I train, others lost their lives by throw -I
ing themselves from the car windows.
Uusea.se, starvation and exposure ac
i counted for the remainder,
i When the Czecho-SlovaJf forces cap
j tured Samar they loaded the Inmates
; of the jails into trains indiscriminately,
along with the bolshevik prisoners or
i war.
i Red Cross Reaches Aid
The American Red Cross at Vladi
vostok has rushed doctors to Xikolsk to
aid the arrivals. Some persons died on
WHERE, OH WHERE, WERE NO-HIT GAMES?
DUTCH LEONARD HURLED ONLY ONE IN 1 PIS
fVHT GOOt IS A PAT J
I WITH THIS &UV "
respectively, and eight hundred clergy the ground after being removed from
r. the. state. the railroad cars.
Similar petitions from all parts of . Other trainloads of human freight in
the. United States were being signed I similar straits are now on their wav
today for presentation to the president, j eastward over the trans-Siberian rail
it was announced. Xone but clergy i road. Eight hundred persons, many or
vho are American citizens are being them sick or infected, were turned bacK
permitted to sign the petitions it was towards Samara because of the lack of
xplained-
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,
MB L. Gibbons
MESA, ARl.
Phone 222
Funeral Director and Embalm?
Lady Attendant
hospital space.
Among these reaching Xikolsk were
a dozen women, who formerly were
nurses in the bolshevik hospital at Sa
mara. Many innocent persons were in
cluded. There was one man with hs
wife and children who had been thrown
into jail by the bolshevik, because the
husband and father had refused to join
the bolshevik forcep.
There also was a girl stenographer
who had been sentenced to six days
imprisonment for serving the non
bolshevik city administration.
The American Red Cross is taking
care of 300 of the survivors in an im
provised hospital. The Russian author-
"Thanksgivin
3
fr y
J GftttE in c?i9 '
terial advances over the previous ses
sions general declines.
: Signs of an early relaxation of nion
! cy were afforded' by the further up
, pcarance of time funds from interior
j banks, with offers of six and even
seven months loans at six per cent.
; Call loans were freely offered at live
per cent on mixed collateral. Traders
I seemed to view the railroad situation
I as urec irritated bv Secretary Uc.Vloo's
coming retirement with loss misgiv
ings and confident accumulation of
high class transportations resulted at
extreme advances ' of one to three
points. I
Shippings also scored material
rallies, Mercantile Marine preferred I
j advancing almost five points, despite
announcement of another halt in the
1 deal, bv order of Washington, allied j
' shares "gaining two to almost three
1 points.
Most of the steels and equipments
registered substantial upward prog
ress with coppers, the latter issues
isrnorinir rumors of further price cut-
Jerome Verde 7-10 '4
Kennecott Copper "ii
Jl;niu V!
.Magma Chief i J-l5
-Miami 24 '-
New- Cornelia 16'.3 1T'.
old Dominion 3S 40
Ray Cons
Kay Hercules 3:U :i7
Shannon .I', 4
Silver King 7-10
Sup. & Roston 3Vi 2a
United Eastern 4;i 4!2
United 'erde Ext ?A
Utah 7S
"erde Onmbinatiini .
Wright-Martin i'l 4 '
MERCANTILE PAPER
XEW YORK. Xnv. J;. Mercentile
paper, unchanged, sterling, day bills,
unchanged. Demand. $4.7i1i: cables.
4.7i 7-ttl. Mexican dollars, unchanged.
Time loans strong, unchanged. Call
money strong, unchanged.
i SK1W4I)
: ting. Sales amounted to tiou.wuo snares,
i The one adverse feature was the
! bond market, where quotations shaded
generally on further pressure against
! Liberty issues, the fourth 4',s making
another new low record at Jfli.nl.
Total sales, par value, aggreeated $13.
iwii.OUO. Old United States bonds were
unchanged on call.
GRAIN
CHICAGO. Xr,v. 2H. Close:
Corn l)f .. Sl.r.a,: Jan.. S1.2S.
Oats Dee., 71 '"C: Jan.. K-'ic
I'ork Xov.. $4:i.7.1; Jan., $46.40.
Lard .Nov., Jjfi.t;:,; Jan., $26.fi7.
Ribs Nov.. t2T."; Jan.. JJ4.I!.",.
METALS
XEW YORK. .Nov. in. Iead. un
changed. Spelter, steady. East S'
Louis delivery spot, offered at t.Z"
At London, spot tin. 320; futures
29".
P.
Only one no-hit came of the
full nine innings was recorded in
the big leagues in the short 1918
season. Dutch Leonard, Red Sox
southpaw, held the Tigers hitless
Jane 3. There were six no-hit
games in 1917 and four in 1916.
There were nine one-hit games in
the American league last season
and eight in the National league.
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
Furnished by R. Allyn Lewis. Pri
I vat lensed wire to all exchanges.
Q
Closing Rid
51
, 80 -i
fiOH
ities. co-operating with the Americans, I
are looking alter thirty typhus cases !
and 100 other sick who have been j
lodged m the Russian barracks.
o
i'ft,
NWRITERSWILL
LABOR WILL DPPDS
Grape Fruit ARIZONA GraPe
No other spot in the world produces Grape Fruit
equal to that produced in the Salt River Valley,
This season the quality is even better than usual.
WE OFFER AT THESE LOW PRICES
Regular Six Orange Box Full Seedless Grape Fruit, (Trt ((
Not packed or wrapped, per box tUtUl
Seedless Grape Fruit, wrapped and packed, Qf ((
96 to box .- PO.UU
Seedless Grape Fruit, wrapped and packed, T J P(
Extra Large Jumbo Size, per box OU
These prices delivered to any part of the city, or we will deliver to
freight depot for out of town customers,
SEND VS YOUR MAIL ORDERS.
TWO CARS FLAGSTAFF SPUDS IN TODAY
Delivered to any part of the city, at (ttrt AA
per hundred .' P5UU
KARO SYRUP All sizes in stock.
We will be open until 8 o'clock Wednesday Evening
CLOSED ALL DAY THANKSGIVING
Arizona Grocery Company
Phones: 19544455
E
WINTER DW THE FARM
SCOTTSDALE, Nov. 22. Two very
charming and interesting young wo
men, the Misses Young from New York
city, are enjoying the quietude of the
Graves ranch for a season. Both of the
I w,r,. o ,,t.. :r,
are contributors to several magazines.
I Miss Anne ' t-potswood Young is a
contributor to Smith's Magazine, Lo
day's Magazine,- The Delineator, St.
Nicholas and several other magazines,
while her sister, Miss Helen Minshall
Young, is on the editorial staff of the
Christian Advocate, having charge of
the woman's and children's pages. The
Christian Advocate is the largest paper
published by and in the interest of the
Methodist Episcopal church.
E
OF
I Am. Beet Sugar
I Am. Can
' Am. Car & Foundry
! Am. Locomotive
: Am. Smelting & Refining '. . . S31. 4
I Am. Sugar Refining Ill
! Am. Tel. & Tel 103",
I Am. Zinc, Lcail and Spelter 13
: Atchison ; J'-'
Baldwin Locomotive 7r'4
I Haltimorn .t Ohio r,37s
i Bethlehem Steel (li) 3-
Brooklyn Rapid Tmnsit 3S '
I California Petroleum .. lx'-i
I Canadian Pacific ISO
. Central Leather 60',
: flies. & Ohio 6-"i
Chicago, Mil. & St. Raul 4.". '4
i f'hicaso & Northwestern H'
; Chicago. It. I. & Rac. Ry ;."
; Colorado Fuel a Iron 3fi
I Corn Products Refining 47 Vi
m
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Pope were calling
on old acquaintances in Scottsdale and
Paradise valley last week. Mr. Pope
was pastor of the Baptist church here
for about six months. He is now pas
tor of a Baptist church In Wilcox,
which he organized during the summer.
I The family of H. '. Allbritten is on
j the road to recovery from a slight at
l tack, of the influenza.
Mrs. Florence Gammill Pratt, who
passed away Monday morning in
Phoenix, formerly lived here with her
parents on the Horse ranch and was
married while living here. A brother,
Laurie Gammill, is a rancher living
bout one and one-half miles south of
Scottsdale.
V. A. Vanderhof is on an extended
trip through Cochise county in the in
terest of the American Baptist Publica
tion society.
Miss Mary Finn has returned to
Phoenix after several weeks spent at
the home of Miss Rose Trumbull.
Phoenix 8ngravrtj(bmpt
8. HARRY ROBERTSON
35 Eaat Washington St.
Phone 1709
Mrs. M. F. Minter and. family have
moved from her homestead far out in
Paradise valley to the Ainslee house on
the desert near Camelback and within
one and one-half miles of town. The
children will attend the Scottsdale
school.
Miss Susan Bodell of Phoenix is now
employed as housekeeper for Miss Rose
TrumbulL
Mr. and Mrs1. H. A. Fisher, employed
at the Graves ranch, welcomed a sweet
baby boy weighing 8V; pounds into
their family circle last Thursday morn
ing. Dr. Van Marel of Glendale was in
attendance. Mr. Fisher will now be
looking for a hat of a larger size.
The new school building, which was
erected to accommodate the increased
attendance, is complete Inside and out
and is one of the neatest and most at-
tractive frame school buildings in the
country.
The district board is having a large
water tank placed on the school grounds
and a gasoline engine will replace the
old hand pump. This improvement
will not only add to the. comfort of the
pupils and teachers, but will safeguard
the school buildings in event of firo.
Verily, Scottsdale is on the boom not
of the mushroom type, but a steady,
healthy growth the kind that will not
bring reaction. ,
o
NEW GOVERNOR ATTENDS
DENVER, Nov. 26. Oliver H. Shoup,
governor-elect, today visited the capi
tal for the first time , since he was
elected, attending a meeting of the
Colorado council of defense at the in-
WASHIXGTOX, Nov. .Reduction
of present wage scales in the United
States will be opposed by the work
ers, Frank Morrison, secretary of the
American Federation of Labor, said
in a statement tonight, dealing with
the reconstruction as it affects labor.
Any decrease in wages will mean a
lowering of living standards, he said,
and this the workmen will resist.
"Regardless of the wishes of . indi
viduals or groups," said Mr. Morrison,
"any reduction of present wage scales
in this country will be opposed by the
workers, who will not accept wage
reductions for the simple reason that
this procedure will lower their stand
ard of living. And by standard of
living, I refer to substantial food,
clothing, housing and all necessaries
to a well ordered life.
"The cost of living is not a theory
with the workers, it is a 'plain, un
tarnished tale,' that cannot be ex
Plained away by sophistry. The United
States bureau of statistics shows that
living costs are mounting higher and
higher. Its report for August, this year
shows an increase of two per cent
over last July, an increase of 13 per
cent between August last year and
August this year, and an increase of
70 per cent during the five- year period
191S.
Demand Living Standard
"The right to live comes first, and
workers will resist any attempt to re
duce their living standards, in view
of present cost, even though some
employer talks of capturing the mar
kets of the world.
"I am hopeful that the best thought
among employers and other elements
of our citizenship will agree that
nothing will create more internal tur
moil than a denial that the highest
possible living standards for workers
is the first requisite for the America
we dream to have.
"The eight-hour dny should be ac
cepted by every manufacturer. Not
only because the transition to a peace
basis may be orderly through the quick
assimiliation of workers, but for the
larger reasons that have so often been
advanced in favor of a shorter work
day."
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BARS ARIZONA SHEEP
DENVER. Nov. 26. The state board
of Ftock inspection today announced it
would prevent the importation of sheep
into Colorado from the Navajo and Ute
reservations, unless they are declared
to bo free from the scab infection.
The Indian reservations extend from
Colorado into New Mexico, Arizona and
Utah. The last two named states will
not allow sheep to be moved from the
reservations and Colorado is likewise
preparing to enforce a quarantine. Vet
erinary surgeons will make inspections
before shipping is permitted.
o
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.
o
riflAHUJUS AND
MARKETS
Crucible Steel
Distillers' Securities
Erie
Great Northern, pfd
Great Northern Ore cts
Int. Mer. Marine pfd. ctfs.
Lehigh Valley vt7 -j
Mexican petroleum 161 3s
Missouri Pacific . 26
National Lead 62
X. T. CentrX 77
X. Y.. X. H. & Hartford
Norfolk & Western . . .
Xorthern Pacific
Pennsylvania
Reading
Rep. Iron Steel
Southern Railway .
Southern Railway, pfd.
Southern Pacific
Studebaker Co. 55
Texas Company 14 '4
Union Pacific 1294
U. S. Industrial Alcohol 11
T'nited States Steel lOO'
Western Union . SS
Westinghouse Electric 42
LIVESTOCK
Chicago
CHICAGO. Nov. 26. Hogs Receipts
41.000; market, steady to 10c lower
thwi yesterday's average. Butchers,
$17.8018.20: light, $17.1018.10;
packing. tMM'a 17.65: throwout.
$16. OO'a 16.75; pigs, god to choice, $13.50
fit 15.50.
Cattle Receipts 32,000. Best native
and western steers, steady: common
and strictly good kind and fat cows
and heifers mostly 25c lower; canners
steady; stockers and feeders unevenly
lower; calves, steady; beef cattle:
good, choice and prime, $15. OOfi 19.75;
common and medium, 9.27,'a 15.0):
butchers stock: cows and heifers, $6.25
"ft 14.00: canners and cutters, $5. SOW
6.25; stockers and feeders, good, choice
and fancq, $10.00f?13.00: inferior, com
mon and medinm, $7.00t10.00; veal
calves god and choice, $16.75ii 17.25:
western range, beef steers, $14.40(i
1S.00; cows and heifers, $8.0012.75.
Sheep Receipts, 44.000; sheep,
steady. Fat lambs, 1523c lower;
feeder trade quiet.
Denver
DENVER, Nov. 26. Cattle Receipts
8,500; market weak. Beef steers. $8.00
Co14.00; cows and heifers, $6.00t-9.25;
stocers and feeders, $7.0011.50;
calves, $9.00011.00.
Hogs Receipts 1.S00; market steady.
Top, $17X5; bulk. $16.75(& 17.00.
Sheep R eceipts. 12,000; market
steady. Lambs, $U.75tgl3.25; ewes,
$8.008.75; feeder lambs, $14.5015.00.
Kansas City
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 26. Hogs
Receipts, $30,000, lower; heavy, $17.00
?il7.60: lights, $17.0017.60; pigs,
$12.00C(fl4.00.
Cattle Receipts, 20,000: steady.
Steers, $17.50W19.50; westerns, $10.00
16.00; cows, $5.00012.50: heifers, $7.00
W13.50: stocers, $6.-50(rf 14.00; calves,
$6.50W13.75.
Sheep Receipts. 6,000, steady.
Lambs, $11.00fn 15.25; yearlings, $10.50
ftll.75; wethers, $9.50'a;l0.50; ewes,
$8.00g'9.50.
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Republican A. P. Leased Wire
NEW YORK, Nov. 26 Disregarding
such widely divergent elements as
easier money and reports of additional
withdrawals of war contracts, today's
stock market speedily recovered from
vitation of Governor Julius H, GuntecJita teavj; oeninff recording many ma-jjron Cap- .....
COPPERS
Complied for The Republican by
R. Allyn Lewis, E. F. Hutton &
Co.'s leased wire. Hotel Adams
Building. 119 North Central Ave.
U Q
Bid Asked
Arizona Binghamton 4 5
Anaconda Copper 65"i
Arizona Commercial ..... 13
Big Ledge 1 1 1-16
Cerro de Pasco ....... 33
Con. Arizona 1,
Calumet & Arizona 67
Calumet & Hecla 450
Calumet & Jeromo 7-16
Chile 19
Chino 38
Dundee-Arizona 1H
Green Monster 7-16
Greene Cananca 464
Iron Blossom
Inspiration 48H
1
68
455
9-16
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COTTON
XEW YORK. Nov. 26. Early ad
vances in cotton were followed b'.
sharp recessions under liquidation ami
scattered southern selling, .lauuaf'
I contracts broke from $27.75 tu $27. IV
' with the gt. neral list closing bare!
! steady at a net decline of 15 to 4"
: points. December sold at $28.00 and
' March at $26.41.
III"" :
for
Thanksgiving
Xo Thanksgiving Dinner is com
plete without flowers.
Make the home cheerful in cele
brating the most Thankful Thanks
giving. Order Today
Poinsettias, Chrysanthemums. Car
nations. Roses, Violets and other
Seasonable Flowers.
Arizona Seed &
Floral Co.
F. C. McNAP.B
28-30 South Central Ave. Phone 440$
Out of town orders given prompt attention
"FLU"
MASK
SOLUTION
A few drops on the mask . pr 4 times a
day wOl render it antiseptic.
15c Per Bottle
at the
C. P. DUNN, Mgr.
Phone 660
Motor Delivery
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