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THE ARIZONA KEPUBLICAX. WE UN tSDAV UOKNISG, JUNE 11, 1919
IN FLDRAL SETTING BEATRICE BIRD 15 Soldier-Police And Strikers At Willys-Overland Plant 4 -Hse f, 4 J1 & "'5 7 .fa ""V " v. . .4 r '- T'' We Will Build This Re-inforced FRED PERRYS BRIDE On- of thf most attractive affairs of , i h' season took plarp last evening win-n , Miss !;t-atri-e l-iird. the lovely daughter ; l Mr- and Mrs. Hal Bird, bprume the j I'riHf of Krrd Perry, re ently n1- j ; iirnrd from overseas srrvice. Tin- Uird si'lr nee. 1 t0& North Central avi-nue, j was adorned with a wealth of fiowrrs j ;.nd greenery. The living: room whtre thf enrrmony took place was decorated ! m a trrf-en and white color srhm x- ! in sd in palms. trns and oleanders. The aloov- was outlin'i in a profusion o! the rho n flowers, and in every j available nook was a Migration ot' ; .-innnier in hlosoms. I he bride, who was fiiven away by her father, wore a heeomiii I'roek of white georjret!- erepe wilh a losieh of rnntre in ribbon. Ib'r tulle veil was f feeti vely arranged and she caiiied a i harming botiuet of rosebuds. Miss Helen Anderson, the maid of honor, wore a dainty frock of pink ueorette and r.trried pink rose-buds. Little Miss 'oieh made a prti Mower xivi, spnnkunff 1 he nnde s pain in roses. Hoy I'ny served hi iis best man. Imn-.ed.ately after the service, w hieh was i"ad by tit Rev. llarcourt Perk of the First Mrthodist Kpiscopal ehurch. an informal reception was held and later a supper was served in the dining room which was elaborately decorated, pink and preen being: the , -sak i ' 1 11 fM- 1 If J U- 7 K, l iji'oiher IirPHSion of concern on the part of th chosen color (Otnbination- I'erry and M;.-s Ruth Couch presided ;d the punch bowl. Mr. and Mrs. Perry are. motoring to i he coast where they will pass their month's honeymoon. The bride .is aa mrisnally wc'l-liked k'irl who has made i legion of friends during: hxr Phoenix selnxd tlays. Siie has an excei'tionally charming personality that has made her a general favorite in the vounger Mr. I V'.rry was in overseas service ith thp ir.Sth infantry. He only re u nt.Iy rotuvn' ami is at present con neifil with the Stiuh'liaker aseiiey. ISTPAfciSOF WIFE'S D ICE SUIT M. J. Muiley must pay his -wile's rounse! fees in Thp divorce action pending in .luiliie Stunford's eoirt ac rordinp to the rutins' made yesterday. .Iudt;e Stantord also decided that Mor lny must jiy the court costs, which at present amount to $:!.". ;5. The Moriey Country club promoter declared that hp was not financially aide to meet his wife' obligations, ckuminj; that wilh thp temporary ali mony of $'." a. w'eek. her diamonds and collection ot" Oriental rugs Mrs. Mor iey would have no difficulty in paying her own attorney. Through questions I'V Morley's counsel it wart shown that Mrs- Moriey had not always been used lo living in the luxurious fashion her 'awypr contended, but that she had I'cen employed in the catering depart ment of Christophers in I.os Angeles before her miuTiage to Moriey. It makes no d i ftorence what your w ints may be, you can have them sup olied by using and rending The Repub lican Classified Pages. federal reserve bank officials in Wash ington, regarding excessive specula tion, was considered the dominating factor in a depression of from one to IS noints in trices, in the stock ex- ; change today- The turnover in shares approached tire two miljion mark. The rate on call money for mixed loans did not advance beyond its customary I 6 per cent and this conformed to the understanding that the federal reserve regarded as, impracticable any such method of t.ivonng speculation, owing to the fact that there is so much gov ernment financing in progress, which must be subjected to interference. The rate on industrial loans ruled at nine per cent late in the afternoon. In some quarters the opinion was ex pressed that an analysis of 1he federal reserve bank's letter to its member banks, asking for information as to the extent of borrowings for speculative purposes, showed that the communica tion was not intended to deal with in vestments in seasoned securities, but rather only with certain oil properties and "other enterprises believed to be worthless. After publication of this interpreta tion,' late- in' the session, prices im proved somewhat, but the market closed heavy ami its tone was decid edly uncertain. Short covering also was a factar in the late moderate re coveries. Losses generally ranged from 2 to IS points m motors, 1 to S in shippings, 1 to 7 in oils, 1 to 3 in rails, and 1 to 5 in equipments. United Stales Steel suffered under the effect of the general weakness and declined 2r'i. The decrease in st--el tonnage, failure of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific to take action on prelered dividends, and the political developments in Washington were not overlooked by the bears. After the market's close there was an immense borrowing demand for stocks in the loan market, confirming other evidences of a largely expanded short account. Sales. l,9i)O,O10 shares. Bonds reflected in a ino'Wate way the weakness of stocks with the lib erty issues also shading- Total sales, par value, $13,300,000. It was reported that the Japanese government had in vested $130,000,000 in the certificates of indebtedness of the X'nited States treasury. Old -United States honds were unchanged on call. WSSy&:fP 4 - its i 1 II V J if?, 4 k v -l ' ' f - v , c r ' -"is . - - "- -x. ' t v Va O n 1 10 ncreie nouse of 4 Rooms and Bath, with built in Features Hardwood Floors onLiviniRoomand Dining Room Tile Floor in Bath Room, for S7 PROMT " ( ts E St LmKLJ4 SIDE In the upper picture is a truck load of the discharged soldiers who aided in quelling the riot at the Willys-Overland plant at Toledo, in which two persons were shot to death and many injured. Below is a group of the strikers in front of the plant with the police on duty in ths foreground. SAGE TEA BEAUT1F1E ID DARKENS HAIR COTTON NEW YORK, dune 10 Cotton closed firm at a net adviince of 15 to 48 points. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Furnished by R. Allyn Lewis: I pHvate leased wire to all exchanges I n n S6 0'-j Pan American Oil Sf Pennsylvania 4ti r Pierce Arrow 62 M: Reading Sfl:i; Rep. Iron & Steel 8SV8 Southern Railway 30 Vi Southern Pacific lOS'-a Studcbaker Company 108 U Texas Company , .'.273 Tobacco Products 103:,g United Cigar Stores 141 United States Rubber 43 United States Steel 10S":8 United States Steel, pfd 116?i Western Union , 89 Westinghouse Electric 08 White Motors 69 Willys Overland 37 Dorr't Stay Gray! It Darkens Naturally That Nobody Can Tell So You can turn gray, faded hair beautifully dark and lustrous al most over right if you'll get a bot tle ol' "Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur ''(impound" at any drug store. Mil lions of bottles of this old famous S.ige Tea Recipe, improved by the iiddltion of other ingredients, are sold annually, says "a well-known dmggist here, because it darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that no one can tell it has been ap plied. Those whose hair is turning gray or becoming faded have a surprise awaiting them, because after one or two applications the gray hair vanishes and your locks become luxuriantly dark and beautiful. This is the age of youth. Ciray haired. unattractive folks aren't wanted around, so get busy, with VYvcth's Sage and Sulphur Com- 1- noiind tonight and you'll bp de lighted with your dark, handsome hair and your youthful appearance wit hin a few days. j American Beet Sugar 1 American Cotton Oil I American Can ' American Locomotive 83 American Smelting & Refining. . . 83- American Tel. & Tel 106 Atchison 100v Baldwin Locomotive 9Ms Baltimore & Ohio 2 liethlehem Steel (B) 88' u,-,,r.l.-lvr, Ttnnid Transit 30 : California Petroleum 37 '.i Canadian Pacific 1614: ! Central Leather 102 I Chesapeake &- Ohio Wis (Chandler Motor 200 I Chicago, Milwaukee & St- Paul.. 44- Chicago, li. I. Pacific Ky 8 (Colorado Fuel & Iron Corn Products ' ' Crucible Steel 9l'- Royal Dutch, Old H6'a Erie 18; General Motors 22 1 Great Northern, pfd 9? Great Northern Ore ctfs 46 j International Paper F9vi , Int. Mer. Marine pfd. cUs 119 Lehigh Valley f.4 Mexican Petroleum 187 Midvale Steel 5' Missouri Pacific 32 X. T. Central 81 N. Y., X. II. & Harttord 32Ji Norfolk & Western 108 Northern Pacific 38 COPPERS i Compiled for The Republican by R. Allyn Lewis, E. F. Hutton & Co.'s leased wire. Hotel Adams Building, 119 North Central Ave. . Bid Asked Anaconda Copper 73 Butte & Superior Co 29 Calumet & Arizona 68 Cerro de Pa-sco 51 Vi Chinj 4,".is G reen 43 Inspiration 59 Kennecott 39 Nevada Con 19 Ray Con 24V- . Utah : 87 Ark. & Ariz 10 Big Ledge hi Calumet & Jerome Dundee-Arizona Green Monster Hull Copper 30 Iron Cap 10 Jerome Verde Magma Copper 35 Magma Chief New Cornelia 18 Ray Hercules 2Vg Silver King 1 United Eastern ........... 4& United Verde Ext 39-& Ve. de Combination ;,-s YES SIR! Pecos Oil L eases- Is your WISE investment BUY A SMALL TRACT The Prices Are Advancing Weekly COME IN And Let Us Convince You 110 North Central Ave. Phoenix, Arizona 12 40 " 11 U 21 2 IV. 40" LIBERTY BOND QUOTATIONS j Furnished Daily to The Republican j I by I R. Allyn Lewis. Adams Hotel Bldg. 1 Q 3's, 1947 599.40 1st 4s, 1947 95.32 2nd 4s, 1942 94.10 1st 414s, 1947 95.80 2nd 41;, 1942 94.34 3rd 4s, 1928 95.40 4th 44s- 1938 94.84 Victory 99.9 0 this time. Thp boys while in the ser vice served with the army of occupa tion and were pprmitted to spend some time on German soil. Mrs. C. R; McFadden left on Sunday for the coast to spend the summer. Mrs. McLaughlin is much improved following a severe illness as a result of ptomaine poisoning. Mrs- Stark and children left on Sat urday lor Globe, Miami and Pafford to visit relatives. Mrs. Grover Walker left on Sunday to spend the summer at Prescott. Miss Luciel Steramerman received word on Monday that her father had died suddenly at his home in Xeely, Kansas. She left on the noon train for home to be with her mother. The -Miami Y. M. C. A., volley ball team met the Hayden team at the local "Y'' on Thursday evening with the re sult of a score in favor of Hayden. Five games wore played, the respective score being 21 to 4, 21 to 3, 21 to 1 21 to 8, and 21 to 6. The Hayden team played in good form and succeeded in doing some of the prettiest playing that has been on the local court. Other games are being arranged for th fu- This house cannot be built for less than ! 3,850 by the old methods but by ur system you can save $850 Concrete molded in imitation of stone, brick or pebble dash. The roof is absolutely fireproof as we build it of metal and concrete Let us show you one of these houses in course of construction. See us for estimates on any kind of con struction, concrete and cement wrork a specialty. Bath v ' Poem I L 7 X-W Lw.ng Room I n io' 3 LJ Porch PLAIN Tli M iSir Builder Go. Phone 4423 First Ave. and Van Buren or Hotel Rexall, Mesa. Phoenix Another feature of the "Y" work that has been inaugurated since the coming of Secretary Griffith is the organiza tion' of the Hi-T girls and boys. The girls, chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Grif fith, went for an over night camp up the Gila on Monday with the intention of completing plans for a more ex tended camp in the near future Francesco Gonzales was fined $13 in justice court recently on a charge of disturbing the peace. Mrs. John Saviers and little daughter left on Sunday to visit in Colorado. The following Hayden men were called to Globe for jury duty: 'Warren Eruner. Walter Steinke, M. . Cook. J. O. Hudlow, Charles E. Braman, J- 1 Williams, Ti. E. Himebaugh, David Powell, Sam Torbert, John E. Steel. Ben Morfoot. Ben W. Birch A. L. Snell and George L. Howard. Use The Republican Classified Pages for results read for profit. The Biggest Noise In Town I BOY 5 GOUTS CAPITAL $30,000 PAR VALUE $50.00 IG PROFITS FOR YOU OR DRIVE HAYDKX, June 10 In keeping with the proclamation of the president, the boy scouts of Hayden will endeavor to put the movement on its feet more thoroughly than it has been in this community heretofore. The scouts themselves are to decorate one of the local store windows with a few of the many things scouts make, use or study. While the movement has not been or ganized a sufficient length of time for the boys to have done a great deal at scouting, jet they will put on a dem onstration of their activities at the tennis court on Saturday evening pre ceding the dance. During the week the scouts will have blank applications for associate membership in the national council, it Is hoped that 1,000,000 as sociate members will be enrolled dur ing the week throughout the United States. Hayden will do har part- The smelter was closed for a few days the past week in order that nec essary repairs could he made. Opera tions were resumed on Thursday. . S. P. Harding made a flying trip to Tucson on Sunday and arranged to represent the Tucson Oil Exchange in this vicinity. Ed Tribbits intends to leave On Wed nesday for Wichita Fulls, Texas, to look after interests in the oil fields. Tony Cruz, a local jitney driver who was arrested on a charge of bootleg ging some time ago, pleaded guilty to the charge In the superior court at Globe on Monday. One of the happiest families In the community is the Z. G. Page family. One son, Z. G-, Jr., who has been with overseas forces, returned home on Sunday after spending a year in France. Arthur, another son, is ex pected to return on Thursday of this week. Thus the entire family will be at home once more since Mrs. Heard, a daughter, is visiting her parents at Now rrod ocmg The Tarkington Well, 150 Yards from our lease, was "Brought In" last week with 160 Bar rels at 660 feet. Quadruple Oil Comoanv No. 2 Well in Block 49, which joins our property, is producing 100 Barrels daily. . Ready to Drill In a Few Davs WE have already contracted for rig and tools for drilling at once. The contract is being consummated now. Therefore NOT DELAY ONLY 300 SHARES FOR SALE IN ALL. GRASP THIS OPPORTUNITY TODAY. SPLENDID CHANCE FOR A FEW TO BECOME OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS THIS COMPANY A OF WRITE OR WIRE YOR RESERVATION 110 North Central Ave., Phoenix, Ariz.