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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 15, llJZU
(Section Two) PAGE THREE ami News Miftepub,ican A" p- Leased Wire mark Y,OKK. Sept. 14. The stock tr? U on a political tinge todav, I' T and lho speculative clement uJIT, y attributing the greater ac r.i;.y and hiSher range to the Maine to tI0n' This theorv was confirmed witi 5-Xtent tlu'"1 commission houses ith direct connections to important enters or trade and industry reported moderate revival of puWic interest in me more representative stocks, tl ,nti,ard rails weib conspicuous in the day's broader inquiry, with secon ary or junior transportations and ra.il road equipment also strengthened sub stantially with the steel group after heaviness. The feature of the railway division .was Delawa-re, Lackawanna and West ern which registered a gain of slightly more than S points on rumors that the company's reported pljn of segregation is taking shape. Among other active and strong rails woe western and southwestern issues, transcontinental and coalers. - Advices from Mexico quoting officials of that country in terms favorable to foreign owned concessions gave im petus, to the oils especially Mexican and Pan-American petroleums, Hou ston Oil and Royal Dutch. Shippings, tobaccos, chemicals and textiles featured the more distinctive specialties with motor accessories but selling- for profits caused irregular re actions in final dealings. Sales amounted to 375,000 snares. An inter esting sidelight on current industrial conditions was presented by the sus pension of common dividends on t-udahy packing and National Cloak and Suit. Credit conditions as ex pressed in call money rates were un changed but exchange on London 'and Paris improved slightly. Aside from Liberty issues which again eased, the bond market, especially internationals, was firm. Total sales, (par value). $11,600,000. Old v United States bonds were unchanged on call. PRODUCE CHICAGO, Sept, 14. Butter, un-?nanged- E3- unchanged; receipts. 10,18d cases. Poultry, alive, unchanged Potatoes, firm; receipts, 41 cars; Jer sey Cobblers. $2.903.00; Wisconsin round and white, sacked and bulk. $-.402.50; Wisconsin bulk and sacked Early Ohios, $2.35fti2.50 KANSAS CITT, Sept. 14. Butter, eggs and poultry, unchanged. GRAIN CHICAGO. Sept. 14. Close: Wheat, Dec, J2.39S4; March) $2.36. Corn, Sept., $1.3534; Dec, 1.14. Oats, Sept,, 61c; Dec, 63Vc. Pork, Sept.. $24.00; Ocu"$24.25. Lard, Sept,, $19.22; Oct., $18.92. Ribs, Sept, $16.85; Oct., $16.90. COTTON FUTURES -NEW YORK, Sept. 14. Cotton fu tures, closed steady; October, $27.86; December. $25.52; January, $24.10; March, $23.40; May, $22.98. Commission Merchants LIBERTY BONDS INVESTMENTS STOCKS BONDS COTTON GRAIN MINING AND OIL STOCKS PRIVATE LEASED WIRES Correspondent LOGAN & BRYAN STOCKS BONDS GRAIN COTTON R. ALLYN LEWIS ADAMS HOTEL BLDO. Correspondents ef E. P. Hutton 6 Exchange. Direct LIBERTY BONDS A bond, beiner a part of promise or covenant to pay-the interest and repay the principal on a given date. This promise is secured by a mortgage upon property valued greatly in excess of the debt created by the bond issue. For feiture of this property is the penalty for failure to keep the promises stipulated by the bond. Safety of principaland certainty of in terest payments are the primary invest ment features of bonds. It is the sound ness and safety of bonds that lead great institutions such as insurance companies? banks and industrial corporations to in vest their surplus funds in them. Good bonds may be had to meet every requirement of the investor. They may be obtained in convenient denominations, of long or short maturity as required. Good bonds are readily marketable in case the investor wishes his money before maturity. They are readily acceptable as collateral if the investor wishes to bor row. Several chapters in a non-technical discussion HOLLYWOOD 6404 Hollywood Blvd. PASADENA 614 Chamber of Ccmmcrct B Idg. SAN DIEGO 24 First Nat. Bank Bfdg. SEATTLE PORTLAND NEW YORK OAKLAND If jan Francisco J - NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE I Furnished By R. ALLYN LEWIS Private Leased Wire to all Ex chanq;i a Amer. Beet Sugar SO Amer. Can 34i Amer. International T'?" Amer. Locomotive Amer. Smelting & Refs 60 Amer. Tel. ot Tel 99 i Amer. Woolen 84 V AJchison S3U Raldwin Locomotive 10Sfs Baltimore & Ohio 42' Rothlohem Steel 15 70 Canadian, Pacific 119 Central Leather r.2'-i Clies. & Ohio 00 Chandler Motor &'i C. M,. & St. P 38 Vi C. R. I. & P 37 !i Colo. P. & I 34 Corn Products HTM Crucible Steel 123,,i Erie 16' General Motors 21 li Great Northern, pfd 7S Great Northern Ore 33 Haskell & Parker 2,. International Paper 79'4 Int. Merc. Marine 74-74 Invincible Oil 35 lAckawanna Steel 66 Mexican Petroleum ........... .174 Midvale Steel 39 Missouri Pacific 27 N. T. Central .' 74 N. T. H. & H 83 Norfolk & Western 94 Northern Pacific 79 Pan-American Petroleum 91 Pan-American B &5 Pennsylvania 42 Pierce Arrow . 36 Reading 93 Republic Iron & Steel 816 Royal Dutch 87 Southern "Railway 28 Southern Pacific 94 3 Stromberg Carb 71 Studebaker Co 62 Texas Company 50 Tobacco Products 64 United Pood 60 United States Rubber 86 United States Steel 88 United States Ind. Alcohol 83 Union Oil 28 Vanadium Corp. 68 Virginia-Carolina Chem 69 Willys Overland 15 LIBERTY BONDS NEW YORK, Sept. 14. Liberty bonds closed: 3s, $90.04; first 4s, $85.34; second 4s, $S4.60; first 4s, $85.70; second 4s, $84.76; third 4s. $88.28; fourth 4s, $84.96; victory Zs. $95.44; victory 44s. $96.40. METALS NEW YORK, Sept. 14. Copper, dull, unchanged. Iron, firm; No. 1 northern, unchanged; No. 2 northern, $50.00 51.00; No. 2 southern, $43.00 44.00. Tin, steady; spot and nearby, $45.00; futures, $45.50. Antimony, unchanged. Lead, easy; October. $8.50. Zinc, steady, un changed;. At London: Copper and electrolytic, unchanged; tin, 274 7a 6D; lead. 35; zinc, 39 2s 6d. LAWHON & PIPER S9 South Central TELEPHONE 1410 Co. Members of New York Stock Private Leased Wire OIL STOCKS D- Investment Features of a loan, is a our "Elementary r rinciples of Safe Investment" are devoted to of bonds. This book is yours for the Blyth, Witter. &co. U. S. GOVERNMENT, MUNICIPAL AND CORPORATION BONDS P. O. BOX 758, PHOENIX 521 Trust & Savings Bldg., Los Angeles i COPPERS ( Compiled for The Republican by i R. Allyn Lewis, K. JK. Hutton Sz t Co.'s Leased Wire. Hotel Adams j .:uwdiu&, iu North Central Ave. i a Anaconda 60 Butte 19 Calumet and Ariz 56 .. Cere tie Pasco 42 Chmo inspiration 48 Kennecott 25 Miamo , 19 Ltah 64 .. Aritex i His l-dt;e ;!8 Caiumet & Jerome Dundee 1 Green ilonater Jerome Verde is Megma 2S 30 .Magma Chief :.. New Cornelia 17 17 Ray Hercules Silver King 30 35 United Eastern 2 2 Verde Kxterision 30 32 Verde Combination -fw BAR SILVER NEW YORK, Sept. 14. Bar silver, domestic, unchanged; foreign, 94c; Mexican dollars, unchanged. COTTON NEW YORK. Sept. 14. Cotton closed steady, net 15 points higher to 9 points lower. JACK JOHNSON FINED $1000 CHICAGO. Sept. 44. Jack Johnson, former world's heavyweight champion, was sentenced to one year and a day in Leavenworth prison and fined $1000 today by Federal Judge George M. Car penter for violation of the Mann act. o Paul Werner qf St. Louis, Mo., holds the world's record for navy recruiting. Before the selective draft, he personal ly secured 1,600 recruits for the navy, incidentally getting 412 for the army and 400 for the Canadian army. o Ten European nations engaged in the World war have shown a potential loss in population of 35,320,000 persons. o f1 AMUSEMENTS a Riverside Park Tonight is balloon night at Riverside park. Now here's the night that always means a good time for every one in the park, for it means that many valuable rrizes will be awarded the winners. The plan of balloon night is now so thoroughly established with the pa trons of the mosjt famous amusement center in Arizona that it requires no further mention than the mere state ment that it will be held. Tomorrow night is carnival night at Riverside park. Noise makers of every description, serpentines, confetti by the barrel and every contrivance known to carnival celebrations, will be on hand at River sfde to make this night a feature night at this famous resort. The dancing program has been especially arranged with a view of adding zest to the oc casion, and it will go over in great style, for it is a night that has been constantly called for for several weeks. t As a Soil Builder We recommend sowing sour clover in your cotton the cost is small. Ask us about this. Phoenix Seed and Feed Company We Deliver The GOODS Patton Bros. Grocery Phone 1751-1709 Bonds : At the present time, good bonds yield the investor from 6 to 8 per cent. Issues yielding higher rates than those estab lished by average money rates usually lack some essential feature and should be investigated very carefully. 8 interest and 100 safety is better than the re verse. Bonds require no attention as an in vestment other than physical protection. Bondholders are not subject to any lia bilities the issuing company may incur. More and more, people are realizing the great value of bonds as an investment. We'll help you investigate this profitable field for your funds by placing before you 'full information about out. current bond offerings. To investigate this field by .inquiry to us does not obligate you in the very least.. But it does open up to you the co-operative service of a great investment organi zation if you care to use it. Decide now to write to us today. asking write for it. 1 HI DICE NUCE TO OPEN TOi The Red Bird. That moans gaiety. Under the management of Rickards and Nace, the Red Rird, formerly known as Arcadia, will open its sea son toniprht. The Florida Original Jazz band will furnish the music, This is the organ ization which has j'ist completed a very successful summer season at the Strand, where it matte a host of frmnds. and the announcement that itj would feature the season at the lied Hird has struck a responsive chord with the dancinf? public of the city. Rickards and Nace announce that under their management the Red Bird will be conducted along the same high class lines as have marked their every enterprise in I'hoenix, and that the same policy that has governed River side's ballroom and which has made it the most popular spot in Arizona, will bo put in force in their dancing empo rium which will throw open its doors this evening. E. S. Mayfield. well known as one of the most successful dancing mas ters in Aiizona will be in charge as floor manager. Mayfield will "person ally attend to the affairs of the Red Bird and promises a very excellent time to all who visit this newest dancing palace. The Red Bird will feature five cent dances and everything possible will be done to make it the mos.t popular dancing hall in the city. It' is pos sessed "of as fine a dancing surface as can be found anywhere; it is large and commodious, has ample conven iences for its patrons, ladies' rest room and gentlemen's retiring room, will boast of a refreshment service that will prove the equal of any in Phoenix, and that it will fill a want for a big, roomy, medium priced dancing palace, conducted in the highest possible man ner, where excellent music will always be a feature, is a foregone conclusion. During the afternoons and in the early part of each evening, before the regular dancing hours, Mr. Mayfield will conduct lessons in the latest ball room dances. This convenience will be greatly appreciated by those anxious to learn the light fantastic, for it in sures them the opportunity to attain excellence, ease and grace under the tuition of one of the most widely known instructors in the state. Rickards and Nace announce they will open the Blue Bird, formerly known as the Peacock, just as quickly as the workmen and decorators have put the finishing touches to this hall, which will be in the very near future. The Hip Frank Mayo opens a two days en gagement at the Hip today, offering "The Pedler of Lies." This sterling actor who made such a pronounced hit in "The Brute Breaker" is appear ing in this screen version of "The Ped dler," remembered as a very enter taining mystery story published re cently in the Saturday Kvening Post. "The Peddler of Lies" is first of all a mystery story, combining an element of hilarity and Jocular good nature that crops out throughout the romance, which develops naturally into a very appealing love story. The action is for the most part con fined to a fashionable watering place in a noted summer resort, and winds it self about at least five people. The outstanding character fs "the peddler" who arrives from seemingly nowhere, mounted on a lumbering government truck, and who invades the exclusive grounds of millionaires residences with his big conveyance loaded with every imaginable "plebei'an" accessory. His quaint appearance and his "out of place" bearing excites suspicion, which suspicion leads to the entanglement which results in the pronounced ele ment of mystery which pervades he entire production. The added program fa a Christie comedy, which will also run for th two days engagement. "The Sea Wolf" at Strand For the final showings today, the Strand is offering George H. Melfords nTaster production "The Sea Wolf," adapted from Jack London's world famed story of the same name. In this picture. Melford with his characteristic strokes of broad treat ment has reached the zenith of realism, especially Vn the scenes which stand out in the story with particular em phaisis. He shows with gripping reali ty the ramming of a ferry boat by an ocean liner, the mad scramble for safety of the panic crazed passengers, the rescue of Humphrey and the hero ine by "the ghost." the of the "sea wolf," a brutal skl-pper wnose cruelty had spread the length and breadth of the entire ocean, and the adventures of these two strangely met people who fell the victims to the "wolf's" inhuman treatment. The sud den change in the plans of fate which made "the wolf" a weakling, and made the weakling a man of virile power and remarkable strength, is all brought out in the picture with the same natu ralness and intensity as London wrote into this, perhaps his greatest and most widely read story. Tomorrow starts the engagement of Lew, Cody Jn "The Butterfly Man." TOFT'S Forest Park Country Club Will Open Saturday Night September 18 th Watch for the an nouncement of the All Star Orchestra. ELKS ; EATER . andon Bros., 717 PHONE T Laurette Taylor's Historical Comedy of Youth o M BY J. HARTLEY MANNERS First Time in Phoenix by Special I"" 4 Audra Alden and Specially Selected Cast. Not a Moying Picture Prices: 30c, 55c, 85; Mats., Saturday Sunday, Wednesday 20c, 30c, 40c. Including War Tax SEATS NOW SELLING. PHONE 717 OlCli BEBK ir m?m TnwicuT uiiuhib - luisiuin Everything's ready for the big open ing of the American Dancing Acad emy tonight. Beautiful new green and while decorations have added attrac tiveness to the pretty dance palace and additional sea tine arrangements and a service bar have brought the last word in comfort and consenience. Gene Dabncy's Novelty Six Gene Dabney's Novelty Six is on hand waiting for its initial burst of jazz, each one of the six experts anx ious to demonstrate the meaning of "kid glove jazz." Oene Dabney, the leader and clarionetist, is already well known in I'hoenix, as are Henry Hal stead, the violinist, and Freddie Green, the drummer. They have been playing at the Bluebird in Los Angeles this past summer and have brought back with them three other talented artists. These three are Jimmie Guest, pianist; J. Lippner, a banjo player; and Don Parker, saxaphonist.- The six are waiting to put new meaning into danc ing tonight. FAMOUS BULL FIGHT PICTURE R NMI The Ramona will screen for the next four days, starting this morning, "The Toreador," without question one of the most sensational films ever brought to Phoenix. "The Toreador" was made at the Plaza del Torros in Madrid, Spain, and reviews in detail the big bull fight meets, the sport which is the national pastime in Hpain. "The Toreador" thus offers for the first time in Phoe nix the only authentic pictures ever made in this world renowned arena. Three of the most famous matadors of the world are seen in action Gaona, Gallito and Belmonte, the latter the Mexican matador, a man who has made millions in the plying of his precarious vocation and a man who has gained fame through Central America. Gaona and Gallito, both Spaniards, are equally renowned in this dangerous sport. Gallito was killed in the bull ring. These pictures show each of these famed men handling each two bulls, and the remarkable closeups give arj intimate study of the sport that is as old as Spain itself, and in that country means what baseball does in Amerio. It is a picture log of the combat from the begininng to the end. The crowded arena, the gaily bedecked senorjtas cheering the men Who risk their lives every minute they are in the ring, the confident matadors smil ing graciously in acknowledgment of the thunderous cheers that greet their entrance, then the clearing of the arena for action, and the bull fight itself. Each matador has his following, each is famous, each is a" leader, and the competition is keen from the very start. There has never before been offered the like in the way of pic tures. "Married Life" at Columbia Ben Turpin may be seen as the reck less home-wrecker in "Married Life," the Mack Sennett five-reel comedy at the Columbia theater for the last time today. In this uproarious Sennett com edy, Bipn, the man who just can't make his eyes behave, outdoes all his pre vious stunts before the camera. He appears as a college football Adonis, the leading man in an amateur melo drama, a heart winner and a wrecker of domestic felicity. He also does a pony blimp act that is the limit in ticklish sensations. On the same program with Ben in "Married Life" is shown a Snub Pol lard comedy, a Mutt and Jeff car toon and a Brav Pitograph. Mr. Singletary sings "Hold Me" tonight and will present the novelty picture song. "Tripoli," the remainder of the week. The orchestra, directed by Fred Barlow, is giving a number from the opera "AVilliam Tell," as an overture at the opening of each evening per formance. Thursday commences "The River's End." the James Oliver Curwood story of "North Of '53,". produced by Mar shall Neilan. Among other scenes this picture contains a jiu-jitsu scrap in a Chinese opium den that will be a revelation of Orinetal fighting science to Phoenix fight fans. Lewis Stone appears in a dual role, as Keith, the outlaw, and as Conniston of the Royal Mounted Police of the Canadian wilds. Sunday brings Norma Talmadge in "A Daughter of Two Worlds." " Forest Park Opens Saturday The hundreds of guests who will be present at the reopening of Toft's For est Park country club next Saturdas' night, September 18, will find that A Last Times Today Ben Turpin in the Mack Sennet Comedy "MARRIED LIFE" FourAdded Features Thursday Friday Saturday Lewis Stone in The River's End" The great yarn of God's Country. From the story by James Oliver Curwood, produced by Marshall Neilan. Continuous 1 to 11 p. m. OPENING FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER Mgrs. 17 717 Arrangement with Oliver Morosco IHl even the Toft standard of melodious jazz is surpassed by the all star or chestra which lias been engaged for this season. Its seven members make up one of the greatest combinations of talent ever put together here. Each one lias the ability to produce an ir resistible invitation to dance and t:ie harmony of their combined efforts is ! guaranteed to be pleasing to the most particular. Full announcement of the orchestra's personnel will be mad morrow. to- Elks Theater Opens Friday Theater-goers are anxiously looking forward to the opening of the theatri cal season at the Elks theater Friday night, when the new flock company will make its initial appearance in Laurette Taylor's historical comedy of youth, "Peix o' My Heart." This will lie the first appearance of "Peg" in I'hoenix, though the play has Dancing AcaciiTBy OPENS FOR THE SEASON WITH GENE DABNEY'S VERNON SIX DISPENSING "HIP GLOE JAZZ" No charges for reservations. Plenty of room left. Telephone 4380. E. C. STREET, Proprietor W. L. King, Floor Manager and Dancing Teacher. ICKARDS.& NACE ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF i Formerly THAT L EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT SUNDAY ' Music by The FI6rida Original Jazz Band Admission 10 cents. Dancing 5 cents. (War Tax Added) Rickards & Nace Enterprises LAST TIMeVoDAY "The Sea Wolf George H. Melford's produc tion of Jack London's famous story. Tomorrow LEW CODY IN "THE BUTTERFLY MAN." It A STARTING TODAY "THE T0REA The only motion picture ever made at the Plara del Torros in Madrid, Spain, and the only authentic motion pictures of a Spanish bullfight to ever reach America. Featuring in Actual Combat Gaona Gallito Belnioi The most famous bullfighters in the world. Each Matador kills two bulls! No Advance In Prices BAL00N NIGHT TONIGHT Everybody knows what that means. The Ballons Have Arrived and Are Here Tomorrow Carnival Night 1 been one of the greatest successes f the stage for several seasons. It has only been released for slock a few weeks and was instantly contracted for by Brandon Brothers to introduce the new company, which bids fair to out rank any previous efforts in engaging a company for the stock season. The east wi',1 be headed by Miss Au dra AUUn, who already has a host of friends among theater-goers, and her support includes Miss Ollie M. Cam eron. Miss Lcl.i Bliss, Carl Bereh, Al fred Ahlrieii. J.nrr.ca Hughes, Wayne Campbell and Warren Millias. "Peg ' My Heart" wiil run for six nights with matinees on Saturday, Sunday and "Wednesday and Ihere is a heavy demand for seats, now selling at the Elks box office. The indications point- to an overflow house on Friday night from "first-nighters" who are anxious to usher in the theatrical sea son. . CAM MEANS GAIETY THE ARCADIA) ' TOE HIP TODAY AND TOMORROW FRANK MAYO and ORA CAREW In "THE PEDDLER OF LIES" From "THE PEDDLER" as published in The Saturday Eve ning Post. E PARK I Pi C1j Friday Cinderella Night l.--;.-7-"