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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1920
PAGE FIFTEEN
SOUTHSIDE NEWS
OFFICE SOUTHSIDE DEPARTMENT,
16 South Macdonald Street; Phone 341; Mesa
TEMPE AGENCY
llrd &. Dines Drug Store
Phone 22
GILBERT AGENCY
Gilbert Pharmacy
Phone Mesa 1R2
TO BEGIN
Hi 111 EMIEST
TEiIPE, Sept, 4 Now that it is
getting cooler, the different churches
in town expect to begi"n their work in
earnest.
The appearance of the Congrega
tional church haa been greatly im
proved the last few days. The beams
have been boxed in, and the walls re
tinted, which adds greatly to the at
tractiveness of the auditorium. Rev.
T. O. Douglass, the pastor, has been
la aaremont, CaL, for several weeks,
but is expected to return Saturday
morning, accompanied by his daugh
ter Ruth- Mrs. Iou glass will remain
In California until cooler, weather.
There will be Sunday school at 10
a. m and both morning and evening
services from now on. beginning Sun
day. Vacationist Return
After spending a pleasant vacation
In different parts of California, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Joyce and cnildren and
Ray Nichols and family, returned to
Tempe Thursday afternoon.
Leaving here several weeks ago, the
party first motored to Los Angeles,
then to San Francisco and Sacra
mento. From Sacramento, they went
to Lake Tahoe, where they spent some
time camping and sight-seeing. All re
Port a delightful time. Only one night
was spent indoors during the entire
trip. Both Mr. Joyce and Mr. Nichols
are associated with the Mutual Life
Insurance company of New York.
Baby Boy
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. "White are the
proud parents of a nine pound baby
boy, which was born at the Calhoun
hospital, Thursday.
Miss Mullen To Teach in Douglas
Miss Edith Mullen, who has been as
sociated with the Tempe National bank
for several years, has resigned her po
sition there to accept a school in Doug
las. Miss Mullen is very popular and
will be greatly missed at the bank,
and by a legion of friends, both here
and in Thoenix.
Myrtle Clark Leaves
: Miss Myrtle Clark, sister of Profes
sor Clark of the Tempe Normal school.
left Wednesday for "Williamson "Valley,
where she will teach the coming term.
Visiting Son
Mrs. Xi. A. Teel and daughter Maude
of California are visiting the Bert
Sears family. Mrs. Teel is the moth
er of Bert Sears.
Home From Illinois
Prof. Fred Hiatt and wife returned
from Illinois Friday morning.
Home Again
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pew and chil
dren are home ayain, after spending
the summer at Redondo, Cal.
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OTHERS HAVE WON
DERED THE SAME
A little Brookline miss, gazing at her
mirrored reflection the other day, was
heard to remark, "I can't see why God
made me so homely when he knows I'm
so pertic'ler. Boston Trascript.
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Legal Advertising
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids will be received until 2
p. m., September 11th, 1920, at the of
fice of the Boarfl of Supervisors, Ya
vapai County, Irescott, Arozina, for
the construction of an 85-foot rein
forced concrete bridge (2 42' 6" spans)
across Granite Creek on Section 4 of
the Prescott-Jerome highway, Federal
Aid Project No. 19-B.
The work consists of approximately
400 cu. yds. excavation, 300 cu. yds.
concrete and 29,000 pounds reinforcing
steel.
All bids shall be addressed to Thos.
Maddock. State Engineer, care Yavapai
County Board of Supervisors, Prescott,
Arizona, and plainly marked on the
outside of the envelope "State Highway
Contract. Granite Creek Bridge.'
All bids shall be accompanied by an
unendorsed, certified or cashier's
check for five per cent of the gross
amount of the bid payable to the State
Treasurer of Arizona,
TVi State Engineer reserve3 the
right to reject any or all bids.
Conies of the plans and specifica
tlons may be seen at the office of the
oto Rne-ineer. Thoenix. Arizona, or
at the office of the Board of Super
visors, Yavapai County. Prescott, Ari
mna.
Copies of the plans and specifications
may be obtained on payment of Five
is no Dollars to Thos. Maddock,
ctaB Eneineer.
Satisfactory bonds will he required
th contractor to whom award is
ttade- THOS. MADDOCK.
State Engineer.
Phoenix. Arizona, August 10th. 1920
Published Aug. 14. 18, 21. 25. 28. Sept.
i 4 and 8, 1920.
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xroTTCE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals for constructing the
River-Pleasant Valley, Section
o nmlMt located entirely w.1hin
C Tnnto National Forest, Gila Coun-
ill be received by the
Bureau of Public Roads. . U. S. Depart
t of Agriculture. Room No. 218
i.na-S trickier Bldg Albuquerque,
v.m Mexico, until two o clock p. m
t.h.7- 9. 1920. and will then be
opened. The right is reserved to re
flriT and
all bids, and none will
m thriQa frnm rrr
-n nrolect is approximately 10.0
nM in length and the principal items
-vrV are approximately as follows
i of clearing and grubbing
m-c m yds. of rock excavati'on
?''ct m rda. common excavation
v. bid either classified or un
yV--iticiV' 1.766 linear feet of 18
CI - ir. C. M. P. culvert
-590 linear
.11 . f 13. 18. 24. 30 and 36 in
C. M.
it v , ,
and place
XrTtv- dry masonry headwalls; rustic
gnard rail; log bridges; rip rap. and
incidental items.
Motor trucks can be rented of the
vnreau of Public Roads.
The work is to be completed within
hundred weather working days fol-Jriz-
the execution of the contract by
V? Secretary of Agriculture. The
macs, plans, specifications, estimate of
-Forties, and contract forms may be
amta2T'at the above address. Pro
e "I must be on forms and in ac
I,0?,i ' wIth instructions forming a
c f the specifications, and must
rart. frnnanled by a deposit in an
i.e , ni,ai to five npr een-
a 7 the amount of the bid, m ac
tum of the am .nstruetions.
. , i i ;i l
cordance
S. WHEELER.
CHURCHES
District Engineer.
CHANDLER AGENCY
Gardner & Harmer Drug Stora
Phone 21
GOODYEAR AGENCY
J- E. Flanagan Refreshment
Parlor
STAKE li CURS
LHOS TO SE
MESA. Sent 3. Mesa officers were
presented with the alleged theft of an
automobile from Main street in broad
daylight Friday afternoon and after a
diligent search in which all of the otri-
cers and numerous citizens participated,
the missing car was located in Chand
ler, where it had been driven by a man
who supposed he had another machine.
Jack Weiss wanted to make a trip
to Chandler and nrevailed upon a man
named Standage to lend him his Chand
ler car. Weiss took the key, but in
place of taking the Standage car, as he
suonosed he was doing, he took a
Chandler machine, a duplicate in ap
pearance, belonging to Ed. Tway which
was parked nearby.
When Tway appeared for his car it
was gone and the natural supposition
was that it had been stolen. The offl
cers were notified and for several hours
they made a hard search. Later by
accident they discovered that Weiss
had borrowed a car and ascertained
that he had taken the Tway machine
by mistake. ,
Pleads Guilty
Berry Clemans, a Chandler resident
who was arrested last week on two
charges of reckless driving, appeared in
the Mesa court Thursday and changed
his plea from not guilty to guilty. He
was fined J100 on onecnarge and $200
on the second, and a jail sentence of
30 days was imposed. The jail sen
tence was suspended.
Will Close Monday
Stores of Mesa will be closed all day
Monday and the town will observe
Labor Day with a cessation of all busi
ness activities. The circulating of the
petition agreeing1 to the closing was
completed Friday and the signature of
every business house in the town se
cured. Babbitt to Coast
Postmaster Don C. Babbitt left
Thursday night for Long Beach, where
he will rejoin his family. Following
a short stay the return trip will be
started by machine, Mr. Babbitt hav
ing left the car there with the family
when he returned to the valley the first
of August.
Home From Coast
Mrs. J. W. Cozart, wife of the Mesa
Western Union manager, returned this
week from the California coast, where
she passed the summer.
M. E. Church Sunday
Services will be conducted as follows
at the Methodist church on Sunday:
Sunday school, 10 a. m.; morning wor
ship, 11 a. m.; subject: "The Real
League of Nations." Evening service,
7:30; subject: "Sons of God." A larga
choir has been organised and will fur
nish special music at both services. The
public is invited to all services. W. C.
Miller, pastor.
Are Home From Denver
A. B. Reed of the Price-Reed-Newman
Realty company and Mrs. Reed and
the children, returned Friday from
Denver, where July and August were
spent.
Back From Coast
J. J. Fraser returned Fridav morn-
Ins
from Los Angeles, where the last
two weeks have been passed.
Gets Jail Sentence
Ramon Lugo drew a 60-day sentence
in the county jail when he was ar
raigned for trial in Judge Newell's
court Thursday. Lugo was arrested the
day previous for the alleged theft of a
revolver from the Ten grocery store
on North Center street.
New Tempe Correspondent
Mrs. Olin F. Russell has been en
gaged as The Republican correspondent
n lempe and will handle the news
from this city in the future. Mrs. Rus
sell can be reached at her residence at
15 West Seventh street or by telephon
ing 278. Items of news given to her or
left at the Tempe agency for The Re
publican at Laird and Dines drug store
win receive prompt attention.
Are Home From Payson
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mullen, accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Harmer
of Chandler, returned Thursday night
from a month's vacation snent in th
mountains at Payson. Their return
was by way of Globe, where Wednesday
nni was passea witn friends, and
thence on home by way of Winkelman,
Kelvin and Florence.
Will Teach In Douglas
Miss Edith Mullen haa resigned her
position with the Tempe National bank
which she has held for a number of
years and departed Friday night for
Douglas, where she will teach the com
ing term, the schools opening next
Monday.
SOUTHSIDE THEATERS SATURDAY
jyi-coa: .majestic "Too Much John
son, featuring Bryant Washburn. Sun
shine comedy. "The Roaming rtv.
Tub."
GILBERT: "The Open Door." all star
tasi. raramounc comedv. "Rpfnra tv,
wrcus.
xiMr-ji,: -xwenty-three and a Half
iiours ieave," reaturing Douglas Mac
iean ana Doris May. Mutt and Jeff
uu-iuun nuia inluia Jand."
. . Eugene O'Brien in
ma vviie s ivioney. '
CRACK POLO TEAMS
WILL CLASH TODAY
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Sept
o. mo chick poio quartet from
Fort
fcneriaan, Wyo., will
meet the Fort
Russell team in the
opening game of
the western polo
tournament at the
uroaamoor field of the Chevenn
mountain country club tomorrow after
noon. All competing teams are now on the
ground and final arrangements have
been made for the series of games
which will determine the title and the
possession of the Foxall Keene, L. C.
Phipps and Harvey Lyle trophies.
More than 75 ponies, some of the
speediest in this part of the West, are
now stabled at Broadmoor and many
distinguished visitors from the East
are arriving for the tourney.
Four teams altogether are compet
ing in the tournament, the two army
quartets, a Colorado Springs four and
a team from Denver.
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Among the ancient Greeks and Ro
mans, a chorus of youths and maidens
used to sing marriage songs before the
chambers of newly-married couples.
rill
MISKE
GRIND
BATTLE
FISH HARD
FOR MONDAY
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
BENTON HARBOR, Mich.. Sept. 3.
Jack Dempsey and Billy Miske today
finished hard training for their fight
Monday and from now on expect to do
only light work.
Neither extended himself today, each
fighter limiting himself to four rounds
of boxing, but putting in a strenuous
day of hiking, shadow boxing, bag
punching and other training stunts.
Miske put in quite a bit of time to
day posing for the movies and then
went two rounds each with Jack Hei
nen and George Wilson. The chal
lenger had smeared his face with
grease so the punches would slide off
and also wore a felt head gear to pro
tect the old wound over one eye which
was opened recently by a punch from
one of his sparring mates.
Miske weighed 190 pounds today and
Dempsey 189.
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SIARDD WHS BIG
m of ust our
AT READViLLE MEET
READVILLE, Mass.. Sept. 3. Sa
nardo. the Boston owned pacer, showed
the way in the free for all at the Read
ville track today, wi'nning the feature
event on the last day's program of the
Grand Circuit races.
Walter Cox won the first heat in
2:024 with the gelding, then came
back with another in 2:03li. Baroness
Cochato, driven by Don McDonald, won
her second race of the week in the 2:14
trot, the contending horses being Na
tive Chief and Harvest Stream. Best
time was 2:071,i.
The Metropolitan, a sweepstape, open
to horses owned by members of the
Metropolitan Driving Club of Boston,
went to Electron Dillon, the best time
being 2:10.
Horses already are being shipped
from here to Hartford, where the an
nual big line meeting at Charter Oak
will be held next week. '
STilGWBTS HIE
FEATURES OF RACES
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Sept. 3.
Straight heat victories in all but one
instance marked the closing day's pro
gram of the great western circuit races
today. Summaries:
Two-twenty trot, xtake $1000 Sum
mer Song, b. m., won; Baroness Han
over, b. m., second; Rogers Boy, ch. g.,
third. Time, 2:0SU
Two-twenty pace, stake 51000 Orro
Direct, ch. g., won; Riser Patchen, b. g.,
second; Merry Breeze, ch. m., third.
Eest time, 2:08.U
Two-nine trot,, stake $1000 Axtein.
ch. h., won; Betty Thornton, blk. m..
second; Luana, b. m., third. Best time,
2:0814-
Two-eight pace, stake $1200 George
S, h. g., won; Tiberas. br. s., second;
Betty Blacklock, b. m., third. Best
time, 2:06'i-
WATERTSBBBMBDS
HOLD Jl
The .board of governors and the
council of the Salt River Valley Wa
ter Users' association held their first
joint meetfng in three months yester
day. The meeting began in the morn
ing and lasted over into the afternoon
after a recess, and was devoted to
business of the association and the
hearing of reports by officers of the
organization. Among these reports
was that of the general superintend
ent of the project, telling of the inves-
tigatfon of the possibilities of future
power development, and of what had
been accomplished by the association
recently and plans for the future.
Following the joint meeting, the
board of governors held a meeting yes
terday afternoon, the first since July
30. It was taken up with routine
business.
SPORTSMEN FOUND.-.
PLENTY OF DOVES
John R. Kibbey, Elmer Landon and
W. D. Pinney, all of PhoeniX almost
had to fight off the hordes of doves
that swarmed about them when they
went on a hunting trip In the vicin
ity of Chandler yesterday. That white
wings were plentiful was evidenced by
the well filled game bags which the
sportsmen brought back with them.
"We have left a generous supply of
the birds to be prepared for us at a
restaurant and will turn these over to
the office force here," Mr. Pinney said
as he dropped a game bag of 50 birds
on the floor at The Republican office
last night.
The white wing season opened Sep
tember 1.
GLEfATEllEET
FLOREII
What is liable to develop into the
snanniest basebal game of the season
will he t)laved at the high school
grounds at Glendale at 3 o clock tomor
row afternoon when the Gienaaie ureys
and the Florence team will cross bats
Glendale has a win over the boys from
the Prison City, having taken them
down the line about a month ago to
the tune of 9 to 6.
The batteries tomorrow will be Ter
rill. Mays, Hickok, Hodge and Pitts for
the Greys and Rodriguez and Diehl for
Florence.
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GOLD IMPORTS EXCEED EXPORTS
WASHINGTON, Sept. 3 Gold im
ports continue to exceed exports ac
cording to figures made public by the
federal reserve board tonight for the
10 days ending Augu.st 30. Imports of
$2,113,000 against exports of $1,706,000
were reported for the period.
Silver imports aggregated $1,264,000
while exports of that metal continued
. to decline, the figure for the 10 da
being $426,753.
DEMPSEY 1
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311
M Ti
3E TOMORROW
JOHiTOiWINSWAY
TO TENNIS FINALS
Republican A. P. Leased Wirej
FOREST HILLS, N. Y., Sept. 3.
William Johnston ably demonstrated
his ability on the courts as the holder
of the national championship title in
the singles today. Mustering all of the
blistering speed of his famous fore
handers, Johnston literally carved his
way into the semi-finals round of the
thirty-ninth all-comers singles, in
straight sets.
The famous Californian, who held
the top string place on the Davis cup
team, overwhelmed Watson M. Wash
burn, 6-4, 6-4, 7-5. It was a masterful
performance. Johnston's fighting in
the rallies was the best that he has
ever shown in the great tournament.
G. Colket Caner, the Harvard star,
won in the same half with the title
holder. Caner defeated Irving C.
Wright in the most one-sided match of
the round, 5-3, 6-4, 6-2.
In the lower half of the round Wil
liam T. Tilden II., the hero of Wim
bledon, conquered Walter Wesbrook,
Michigan state champion, 6-3, 8-6, 6-1.
Wallace F. Johnson, Philadelphia, de
feated the Californian, Clarence J
Griffin, 6-1, 6-3, 2-6, 6-4. This was
the only encounter of the round which
was fought through an extra set.
These matches of the semi-final round
will be decided tomorrow.
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TAKE FIRST STEPS
TO SELECT REFEREE
BENTON HARBOR, Mich., Sept. 3.
The first definite step toward selec
tion of a referee for the heavyweight
championship fight next Monday be
tween Jack Dempsey and Billy Miske
was taken tonight with the arrival of
Tom Bigger, chairman of the state ath
letic commission.
Bigger conferred with Floyd Fitz
simmons, promoter; Dempsey and his
manager, Jack Kearns. No announce
ment was made because of the absence
of Jack Reddy, Miske's manager, who
was in Cleveland, but it was unoffi
cially reported that Jim Dougherty of
Philadelphia probably would be named.
Reddy Objects
CLEVELAND, Sept. 3. Jack Reddy,
manager of Billy Miske, said tonight
that he is not in favor of Jim Dough
erty of Philadelphia acting as referee
of the Dempsey-Miske fight in Benton
Harbor Labor day. Reddy said he un
derstood that the Michigan boxing
commission favored a man from that
state and that a Michigan man would
be acceptable to him.
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UNIQUE EVENTS
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo, Sept
3. Race track enthusiasts from all
parts of the country are arriving in
Colorado Springs for the big hill climb
up Pike's Peak which will take place
in ronlunction with airplane races to
the summit of the 14,000-foot mountain
next Monday morning. The sharp
staccato of unmuffled motors can be
heard daily on the long road to the
crest as the racing drivers try out
their machines, while hundreds of cars
watch the preliminary starts.
For the first time in the hisfory or
the peak fast racing planes will speed
to the summit from Denver while the
automobiles are tearing up the road to
the peak a spectacle never
to be forgotten in the history of racing
in this country.
The course in itself is dangerous al
though the road is in first class con
dition.
GIANTS TRIM BRAVES
NEW YORK. Sept. 3. Although
Toney was batted nearly as hard
Rudolph, the former was more success
ful in keeping the Braves hits scat
tered and New York dereated by Bos
ton. The Giants' pitcher was aided by
five double plays. Score: R. H. E.
Boston 000 002 ooo z iu
New York 210 004 OOx 7 11 2
Batteries: Rudolph and O'Neill;
Toney and Snyder.
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The market Is practically bare of
bananas, but a shipment is expected
next Wednesday which wil relieve tne
shortage. Little or no local fruit is com
ing in and the market is depending en
tirely upon California for their supply
Several shipments were received yes-
terdav which included a carload or
Sunkist oranges, lemons and grape
fruit, a carload of Bellfleur apples, a
carload of white Globe onions and a
carload of mixed fruit containing To
kay. Muscat. Hamburg and Zinfandels,
grapes pears, peaches, cantaloupes, cas
sabas and Hungarian prunes
A carload of Diamond P potatoes is
due to arrive tomorrow. The list of
market prices follow:
Dealers Are paying
FVyers, lb
Feterlta
Kaffir corn
WhMt, cwL ..........
Barley
Bran, sack
Milo maize
IN SMASHING ATTACK
ENTHUSIASTS
.25
2.90
2.90
4.2S
3.00
1.85 . ..
3.35
ces
.60
.40 .50
.08 .15
.20
.20
.05
.50 ..
07
.25
.25 .50
.15 . .
.25
.15 .20
.25
1.75 2.10
.60 1.00
.20
.15 17
.10
.45
.20
.30 .40
.10 .15
.20
.60
.85
.15
.20
12V4 .15
.17 Vi
.05
.25
.20
.12Vi
.12V4 .15
.03 .04
.40 .69
Retail Selling Prices
Efjgs, dozen
Almonds, lb. ..........
Apples, lb
Bananas, 1 lb. for ....
Bell peppers, 1 lb
Bunch vegetables, 2 for
Brazil nuts, lb
Cabbage
Cucumbers, 2 lbs
Celery, bunch
Cantaloupes
Crabapples, 2 lbs
Cantaloupes. 3 for
Dry onions, 4 lbs
Flour, 24-ib. sack
Green corn, per dozen..
Green Chili, lb
Grapes, lb
Grapefruit
Hazel nuts, lb
Lemons, dozen
Lemons, dozen
Lettuce, per head .....
Loquots. lb
Oranges, dozen
Olives, qt
Okra. lb
Okra. lb
Peaches. 1 lb
Pears, lb.
Potatoes, lb
Mums, 3 lbs
String beans, lb. ......
Squash, lb
Tomatoes, lb
Watermelons, lb
Walnuts, lb
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
NE WYORK, Sept. 3 The approach
ing protracted holiday left its impres
sion upon the stock market today deal
ings falling away to a marked extent
duri'ng the forenoon when traders were
most intent upon converting their
profits into cash.
Bears evinced little disposition to ex
tend their commitments in spite of
these maneuvers, developments of the
session, particularly the greater ease
of money and impending extensive Bold
imports offering little inducement to
the short account.
Not all the day's advices were fa
vorable, however. Cables from Brazil
suggested economic disturbances in
that country, while the weekly surveys
of trade authorities against stressed
cancellation of orders in many branches
of business.
Rails forfeited little of their recent
advance, but yielded in prominence
to favorites of the industrial division.
These included food, chemical, paper
and metal Issues, in which some gains
assumed substantial dimensions and
denoted the renewed activity of pools.
Among the seasoned stocks oils of
the higher grade were most favored,
notably Mexican, Pan -American and
California petroleums. Houston oil and
Texas Company. Coppers were mor re
sponsive to reports of prospective sales
for exports, but steels and equipments
shaded with specialties at the close.
Sales amounted to 650,000 shares.
A 7 per cent opening rate for call
loans running into next week and a
later quotation of 6 per cent for the
same accommodation testified to the
further relaxation of money.
Buying of railroad bonas continuea
with "firmness in Liberty issues and the
foreign groun, especially United King
doms of 1937. Total sales, par value.
amounted to $9,750,000. Old unnea
States bonds unchanged on call.
Dun's tomorrow will say:
"Without stimulus of general busi
ness revival, confidence has increasea
and the future is more lavoraDiy re
garded. Sentiment is susceptiDie to
quick fluctuation in the readjustment
period, being responsive to day-to-day
developments, but the fundamental sit
uation has been strengtnenea oy tne
price yielding and the improvement in
transportation and some basis for bet
ter feelinor exists. While commercial
reverses remain at the higher level re
cently stablished, as the August fail
ure attest, there is an absence of the
serious unsettlement of whicn some peo
ple had been apprehensive and the out
look seems more reassuring as the
weak spots are steadily reduced. Rea
sons for conservative action, however.
have not disappeared and the policy
of leading interests remains one or
holding commitments within the limits
of safety and avoiding undue specula
tive risks. Divergence of opinion con
cerning prices, although not reflecting
doubtas to the current movement oi
most commodities, tends to restrict op
erations, manv buyers and sellers being
apart in their views and demands for
further wage increases have compli
cated conditions in some industries.
Weeklv bank clearings. $7.35.139.o.
BOSTON. Sept. 3. The Commercial
Bulletin tomorrow will say:
The outlook for the wool marKet is
considered by many In the trade to
t a. little brierhter. as a result of the
announced resumption by the American
Woolen company. Sept. li, ana me
continued strength at the London co
lonial wool auctions. Rather more in
terest has been shown in the marKet
here also, but at low prices.
Tho foreicn primary rnarKets are oi-
frinlr rmc low r.riced wools and little
wool is moving from the west on sale.
as Weil as conntnmcui.
Scoured basis: Texas, fine 1-' montns.
145150; fine 8 months, lwiau.
Tn--it nrv Fine. stfUMe. 100'n-iou, -,i
YnnA oomhines. H081'14o: "ft
,kso. t0tfi95: Dlooa comninK.
70f 75; fine clothing. izii.
medium clothing, W . .
Pulled: Delaine. i&ufa ibo; a. a., x-
140; A. superiors, 95 100.
LIVESTOCK
Denver
DENVER. Colo., Sept. 3. CATTLE
T-, :.. enn- market Slow ana ":"J .
beef steers $9.5012.00; cows and heif
ers $6.50 (a 8.25; stockers and feeders
$6 00fi!7.50: calves. Jio.uu W'iJ.v".
HOGS KeceiptS IUm; jna.ivoi.
top $15.25; duik "Tw:rr-;
SHEEP Receipts aouu, '"'-
steady; lambs lZ-00"ld-""Lvroc
6.50; feeder lamDS u.uii-o--
rv.ansas ny
vivss CITY. SeDt. 3. CATTLE
Receipts 3000; she stock dull; steady to
unevenly lower; other classes quiet, but
about steady; undertone weak, except
calves, quality common; steer sales
$11 75 down: vealers $l&.uu.
HOGS Receipts 1200; closing steady
to 10c higher than yesterday's average;
top $15.60; Dulk light and medium jio.au
15.50: heavy i.oucaio.-o.
SHEEP Receipts auuu; no wcbiciho
offered; few sales; natives tuny iac
higher; top $12.75; feeder lambs
steady.
Chicago
CHICAGO. Sept. 3. (IT. S. Bureau of
Markets). CATTLE Receipts 4uuu;
quality very plain; market slow, steady
on common and medium grassers; good
steers strong to higher; best here
$16.75; bulk good $15.5016.50; grassy
kind $9.0014.75; good cows 3.7cg
12.75: canners $4.00'J?4.75; common
kinds steady to lower; bulls steady to
strong; bulk balogna $5.50ff 6.75: calves
steady bulk choice $17.0017.75; few
$18.00. Heavy and medium calves $6.50
i 15.00. Stockers slow, steaay.
HOGS Receipts 14.000; steady to
stroni; with yesterday's average; top
$16.00; bulk light ana putcners i&.iuca)
15.90; bulk packing sows $14.0014.20;
pigs weak to 25c lower.
SHEEP Receipts fcooo; native lamDS
!5c to 50c higher: top $12.70 to ship
pers: bulK 9ii.7armz.u; no good west
ern, here; sheep firm to 25c higher. Top
ewes $7.00. Feeders fully steady, large
ly $12.5013.00 for lambs.
BAR SILVER
NEW YORK, Sept. 3. Bar silver, do
mestic, unchanged foreign 94; Mexican
dollars 71 Ti.
COTTON FUTURES
NEW YORK. Sept. 3. Cotton fu
tures closed barely steady; uctooer
26.35: December 24.65; January 23.65;
March 23.50; May 23.15.
GRAIN
CHICAGO, Sept. 3. Close:
Wheat Dec. $2.41 Vi: March $2.37Vi
Corn Sept. $1.38; Dec. $1.18.
Oats Sept. ea'-ic; Dec. 66c.
Pork Sept. $22.40; Oct. $23.50.
Lard Sept. $18.75; Oct. $18.95.
Ribs Sept. $15.32; Oct. 15.82.
COTTON
NEW YORK. Sept. 3. Cotton closed
barely steady with last prices showing
declines of 60 to 100 points for the day.
MERCANTILE PAPER
NEW YORK, Sept. 3. Prime mer
cantile paper unchanged. Kxchange
irregular. Sterling demand 355;
cables 356V4. Time loans strong, un
changed. Call money steady; high 7;
: low 6; ruling rate 7; closing bid 6;
offered at 7; last loan 6.
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j Furnished By
I R. ALLYN LEWIS
S Private Leased Wire to all Ex
chana;i
a
American
American
American
American
American
American
American
Beet Sugar 74
Can 35V2
International .......... 721,-b
Locomotive 95 y2
Smelting ii. Refining.. 60
Tel. & Tel. Co 97
Woolen 81
Atchison 84 Vs
Baldwin Locomotive lOSi
Baltimore & Ohio 424
Bethlehem Steel (B) 76,
Canadian Pacific 122
Central Leather .... 53 Vs
Chesapeake & Ohio 61
Chandler Motor 86
Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul 37
Chicago, R. I. & Pac. Ry 3S
Colorado Fuel & Iron 35
Corn Products 88
Crucible Steel 122
Erie 16
General Motors -.. 2iy2
Great Northern pfd 784
Great Northern Ore 32 Vi
Haskell & Barker 691
International Paper 81Vi
Int. Merchant Marine pfd 75 Vz
Invincible Oil 36
Lackawanna Steel 684
Mexican Petroleum 168
Midvale Steel
Missouri TacVfic
New York Central
N. Y., N. H. & Hartford
Norfolk & Western , .
33 ?s
28
75'i
35V
95Vi
Northern Pacific 79 Vi
Pan American Petroleum 90
Pan American "B" 83 V
Pennsylvania 41i
Pierce Arrow 35
Reading $2
Republic Iron & Steel 85 Va
Royal Dutch 84 Vi
Southern Railway 28 i
Southern Pacific 95
Strornberg Carb 73
Studebaker Co 62
Texas Company 50
Tobacco Products 66
United Food 60
United States Rubber 86
United States Steel S9
United States Industrial Alcohol.. 85
Union Oil 29
Vanadium Corp. 69Vfe
Virginia-Carolina Chem 67 Vi
Willy Overland 15V4
No session of New York Stock Ex
change Saturday. September 4. or
Monday Labor Day.
PRODUCE
KANSAS CITY. Sept. 3. Poultry
springs 29; lc lower. Butter and eggs
unchanged.
CHICAGO, Sept. 3. POTATOES
Receipts 62 cars; steady; Jersey cob
biers $2.50 2.95; Minnesota early
Ohios $2.252.40; Idaho rurals J2.75
3.00.
CHICAGO. Sept. 3. Butter higher;
creamery 4355c; eggs higher; re
ceipts 7,753 cases; firsts 51 iff 52c; ordi
nary firsts 44(g'46c; aV mark, cases in
eluded. 4649c. Storage packed firsts
55c. Poultry, alive, unchanged.
WANTED
n
Men and women who desire to participate in fortune, send $10
to me here in Fort Worth NOW. for the purpose of buying up and
investing in some potentially valuable oil leases and properties sci
entifically distributed throughout the various fields. I mean it; I
know where we can get in right on some real money makers which
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the profits to you and half to me. and I put other money In along
with yours. I continue to look after your interests.
I guarantee you an honest effort to pay you big profits this year;
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1202'2 MAIN STREET FORT WORTH, TEXAS
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LIBERTY BONDS
STOCKS BONDS
MINING AND OIL STOCKS
PRIVATE LEASED WIRES
Correspondent
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STOCKS BONDS GRAIN COTTON
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Exchange.
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LIBERTY BONDS
AUTO STAGE TIME TABLE
aPACHE trail
Stages
Daily to
Roosevelt
Dam,
Globe,
Miami
8. a. m.
3 p. m.
Superior,
Ray,
9:15 a. m.
Florence,
4 p. m.
2
SIGHTSEEING BUS
Large 25 Passenger Bus
Special attention given to picnic parties and sightseeing trips over
the Salt River Valley.
Phone 1465
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COPPERS
Compiled for The Republican
toy
It. Allvn Lewis. E. F. Hutton &
Co.'s Leased Wire. Hotel Adams (
".uildinjr. 119 Nartn central av.
Bid As"ke4
Anaconda - 54
Butte 20
Calumet & Arizona 56 Vi
Cere de Pasco 43 ". : .'
Cliino .......... 4
Inspiration 47
K.et:necott s.a
Miami 19 7s ''''
Ray Cons
tah ....bdla
Aritex
Big Ledge
;an:met fc Jerome .
Dundee Va
Green Monster Vs
Jerome Verde Va
r.i j
Magma 24
Magma Chief
New Cornelia 17
is-
Ray Hercules
- .
3.7"
-3
cir
Silver King 30
United Eastern 2
Verde Extension 30
Verde Combination is
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IBERTY BONDS -
NEW YORK, Sept. 3. Liberty bonds
closed: 3Vis $89.98; first 4s 185. 10; sec
ond 4s $85.00; first 4V4s $85.90; second
4V4s $83.20; third 4V4s $88.60; fourth:
4V4s $S5.3S; Victory 3s $95.50; yt?y
tory 4s $95.50.
SUGAR FUTURES
NEW. YORK, Sept. 3. Sugar fu
tures closed easy; sales 2,000 tons; Oc
tober $10.15; December $ 10.0a; JAft-.
uary $9.95; March $9.75; May $9.75.
METALS
NEW YORK, Sept. 3. Copper, Iron,
zinc and antimony unchanged. Tin
steady, spot and nearby $45.50; futures
$46.00. Lead steady; epot $8.75529.00,
At London: Spot copper 95, 17s. 6d:
electrolytic and lead unchanged; tin
267. 5s; zinc 37, 15s.
Passenger and Freight 8ervie
Regular Sailing
Between
NEW YORK BOSTON . ,
PHILADELPHIA BALTIUOR9C
MONTREAL PORTLAND, M. -
nd ' r".':
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PLYMOUTH II AVRJB
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BRISTOL MEDITERRANEAN ' '
For Rates of Passage. Sailings or
General Information apply t
W. WARD DAVIES
General Ticket Agent for Arizona
til West Washington Street
Phoenix- Arizona
AT ONCE M
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