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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN- TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1920.
(Section Two)
PAGE SEVEN
NOT ronK. Oct. 18. Forfiyn soil
ing, i'1-rclpitated chlffly Wy the strike
of th- l:rit!nh minora and domestic of
fiTlnKa orlKlnatlnir mainly at interior
loititi. were the restraining Influences
f today's dull an1 hravy stockT raar
k t.
Tlio JtiitNh industrial crisis was di
rectly responsible for nnother sharp
delin in rates of exchange to Lon
don. Merlins mils fallinjr to their low
est quotations for the current move
ment. Kxrhanre on ollur lmiortsnt foreign
ca(u!a!n wu yTiiutthrtirttlly effected.
French and l'.eU n remittances, rIho
llre unil rate to fpnin and Switzer
land easing nharply. A new low record
for remittances to Arerntlna was pri
marily duo to that country's adverse
trnri balarce.
AdvliTH from home Industrial sec-
tions strengthened the Impression that
Independent teel producers are formu
la tin plans for a downward revision
of ?rire schedules.
Steels and f (iilpnuuit, oils, junior
rails. hlt.niiiKs. textilen and leathers
ero th vui.iernde. features of the
slot k niarkot. the list for the most part
recoi'dmar lowest pWccs In the final
hour, when cables reported labor dis
turlances In London anil tho prov
inces. ale amounted to 4.", 000 shares
laisier ronditions ruled in the money
market. An opening rnte of .7 per cent
for call loans held until the last few
minute.), when offerings were made at
6 per cent
Iometi.' and foreign tonds were
steady to firm, local utilities strength
ening. Total sales, par value, $13.
175.000, OM fnited States bonds were
unchanged on call.
CTTICAMO. Oct. 1. Opinions that
the IlritUli coal miners' Mrtke meant
rM.iy and curtailment of export busi
ness bad .1 depression effect today on
the whit market. Full in Uritlsh ex
rhanaj ratep counte.t ilso as a bearish
factor. In general, commission houses
took n th selling side. Opening
prices, which ranged from lc to 3,-4
lower, with December IMOfrS.IZ and
March $2.05fl S.ori'i, were followed by
t material further setback and then
ometning of a, rally.
Com was fcmilshly affected by re
pnL that mat w stern corn Indus
tries bud closed down, and that more
rro scheduled to clone this week. Af
ter opening c to l'c lower. Includ
ing December at 6'-ti M S7';r. the mar
ket underwent an additional ag before
beginning to ruby.
Oats lacked Mipport. opening He to
ir off, leernber f'. 36c. and
showing but liUlo power to recover.
Cheaper hot; mulated selling In
the provisions market, and forced th
values low.
LIVESTOCK.
.Chicago
CHICAGO, Oct. 18. V. & Bu
reau of Markets) CATTLE Receipts,
8.000. Market, very dull; quality
mostly common to fair; opening sales.
beef and butcher cattle. unevenly
lower; bulk good and choice steers.
$15.0nril7."5: mulk grassy kinds. 13.00
rt 14.20; cows, largely $5.00&9.25: bo
logna bulls, IS.OO'ji 6.73; calves. 50c
lower; choice vealcrs, $14.50t 15.2.";
grassy calves, J6.O0frrlO.E0; best feed
ers slow, others dull and lower. Re
ceipts westerns, 13,500; market draggy,
early bids sharply lower.
HOGS Receipts. 30.000. Market.
opening 10c to 25c lower, later 25c to
40,: lower than Saturday'! average
top early. $15.73; bulk light and
hutches, $13.10Si 15.65; bulk packing
sows. $14.10(14.33; pigs, largely 25c
lower.
SIII-JKP Receipts, 33.000. Market,
fat lambs opening slow, 23c lower; best
westerns unsold; early top natives
$11.75; bulk, $10.75i '11.50; fat shep
Kteady; top western wethers, $7.75;
top yearlings, $9.75; top natives,
$5.2- 5.75.
Kna City
KANSAS CTTY. Mo.. Oct. IS (V
S. Itureal of Markets) CATTLE Re
ceipts. 34,000. Market, beef steers
slow, steady to 25c lower; top, $17.00
canners and bulls, 25c lower; bulk
fanners around $4.00; fat cows and
heifers fully 25c lower, spots more
calves 2.V to 50c lower, closing dull;
extreme top vealers. $15.00; bulk, goo.l
and choice. $ 14.00 If 14.50; feeders
mostly steady.
nuuM iceceipts, 7"0U. Market, 25c
lower than Friday's average; practical
top, IIj.00; few head. $15.10; bulk me
dium and heavy, $1 4.50 ft 1 5.00 ; port1
and choice 130 tc IdO-pound hogs, $14
-'14. .3; pigs, strong; best stockers
$145.
SHEEP Receipts. 6000. Market
sheep and yearlings steady; top year
lings, $9.00; fat lambs tteady to strong;
to pnatives, $11.75; westerns, $12.25;
feeder Iambs steady; best, $11,75.
Denver
DENVER, Oct. IS. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 6S00. Market, steady and slow;
beef steers, $S.00Ti 10.00; cows and
heifers, $5.235 7.25; calves. $S.0012.00;
stockers and feeders. $7. 009. 50.
HOGS Receipts, 700. Market, steady
to 50c lower; top, $16.00; bulk, $14.65
15.50.
SHEEP Receipts. 60,00". Market.
slow; prospects steady to strong;
lambs, $11. 23 ft 12.00; ewes. $4.505.10;
feeder lambs. $11.000 12.23.
BAR SILVER
NEW YORK. Oct. 18. Bar silver:
Domestic 99H. foreign 79U, Mexican
dollars 60 H.
V
RODUCi
CHICAGO, Oct. 18. Butter weak:
creamery, 40Q54H. Eggs unsettled,
receipts 4332 cases; firsts 57H160;
ordinary firsts 51ST54; at mark, cases
included, 49QE6; standards not quot
ed; storage packed firsts 6061; re
frigerator firsts 4749.
Poultry, alive, lower; fftwls, general
run. 20, springs, 23H: turkeys, 40.
Potatoes liim on early Ohlos, weak
on white northern; early Ohlos $1.75
1.85; northern white, sacked, $1.60(f
1.75; bulk, $1.50 1.60; receipts, 94
ccas.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 18. Butter:
Creamery 3c lower, 5657. Eggs, firsts
5862. Poultry weak.
MERCANTILE PAPER
NEW YORK, Oct. 18. Prime mer
cantile paper, 8 per cent; exchange
weak. Sterling demand, 343 Vg; ca
bles, 343. Time loans steady; 60
day. 90 days and six months, 7 94 8
per cent. Call money steady; high 7
per cent; low, 6 per cent; ruling rate,
7 per cent; closing bid. 6 per cent; of
fered tt I per cent; last uoan, 6 per
cent. i
o
Cigar manufacturers spend nearly
$53,000,000 annually for cedar boxes,
which must not be used a second time.
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In some parts of Siberia most food
is sold in frozen state, milk being sold
in long sticks and meat chopped with
axes.
GRAIN
CHICAGO, Oct. IS. Close:
Wheat: December $2.11. March $2.02.
Cor i: December 857-i. May 89.
Oats: December 55"i, May d.
Pork: October $24.10, November
$24.10.
Lord: November $19.92, January
1$6.87.
Ribs: October $17; January $14.92.
COTTON FUTURES
NEW YORK, Oct. 18. Cotton fu
tures closed easy. December, 17.90;
January-. 17.55; March. 17.60; May,
17.55; July, 17.55
LIBERTY BONDS .
NEW YORK. Oct. 18. Liberty bonds
closed: .SVis. 92.32; first 4s. 89.50 bid;
second 4s. 89.44; first 4,'ts. 89.60; sec
ond 44s, 89.50; third 4?4s. 90.72; fourth
414s. 89.42; Victory 34s, 96.12; Victory
I 4s, 96.08.
APACHE TRAIL
Stages
Daily to
Roosevelt
Dam,
Globe.
1H&
Stages
Hourly
To
Tempe,
Mesa.
Connection
Miami, 8 a. m.. 10 a. m. Chandler.
Superior, Ray, 9:15 a. m. For Goodyear and Gil
Florence, 4 p. m. bert.
Phont 1465
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UNION AUTO TRANSPORTATION CO.
11.13-15 East Jefferson St, Phones: 1465, 711
A POET'S PROGRESS
Floyd Wathall. who distinguished
himself in Hiawatha as a poet, is doing
equally well in St. Joseph, where he is
working in a packing house. Hiawatha
(Kan.) Democrat.
o
Tom They say your divorced wife
has made up her mind to marry a
struggling young lawyer.
Harry Well, if she has made up her
mind, he might as well cease strug
gling. London Opinion.
ALL BOOKS ARE NOT SO DRY
Card from a local station agent to a
studious citizen:
"Sir: Please send, without delay, for
the case of books directed to you, which
is lying at this station and is leaking
badly."
o
A FOUL TIP
Don't spend your time wondering why
a black hen lays a white egg. Get the
egg!
LIBERTY LOAN ISSUES
BOUGHT
LAWHON&PIPER
Correspondents Logan & Bryan
39 South Central Avenue
INVESTMENT
BONDS
INVESTMENT
STOCKS
STOCKS
BONDS
GRAIN
COTTON
R. ALLYN LEWIS
AOAMS HOTEL BLDG.
TELEPHONE 1419
Correspondents ef E. P. Hutten & Ce. Mimbtrt of New York Stock
Exchange Direct Private Leased Wira 1
LIBERTY BONDS
OIL STOCKS
SSSEEEDBEXEBn
1 T'ig
COPPtRS
j Con-,r"d tor Tho Republican hf
11 Allyn l-wls. E. K. Hutton A ,
i .o" Leased Wlr. Hotel Adams l
i ruidlne. 1H Worth Central Ave. I
n ;
Anaconda "T
liutte ....". lfia
Calumet ft Arizona 53'i
Cere do Pasco 3 1
Chl.no I
Inspiration 41 ..
Kennecott 22
Mi.-iml 1 ..
Con.
Ray
Tt.ih
A rite t
Rlif Led go
Calumet & Jerome
Dunclco
Green Monster ...
Jerome Verde ....
M.istmn
Masma Chief ....
New Cornelia ....
lMy Hercules ............ i
Silver King 23
1'nited Eastern 24
Verde Extension 29
Verde Combination i
14'
5',4
ft asked
26
l
18
1 A
18'
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30
3
31
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANQE
Furntbd of
R. ALLYN LLWIS
Private Leased Wire te ell E-ihinaji
D -a
Am. licet Sugar "'a
Am. C m 33
Am. International 2H
Am. locomotive 95'-3
Am. Smelting & Refining IS
Am. Tel. At Tel. Co ; 100
Am. Woolen
AtchUon 8S'
f ild -a in locomotive 113'4
Halt Imoro & Ohio .'117
Itethlehem f-'te.l (11) 70U
Canadian l'acitic 116 h
Central leather lli
Che. A Ohio 67'
Chandler Motor 84
Chl.-ntro, Mil. & St- Tatd 41
Cliicaito, It. I. ft. I'ftc. Ry. ...... 37'ji
Colnu.lo Fuel & Iron 34
(Vii:i I't'O'lnct.i 82
I'ni.ibi.. Steel 129i.
Kilo
O.Tieral Motors 18'
'licit Northern, pM
re.it Northern Ore 34'i
ll.iKkell lUrker 67
International Iiper 74'j
Int. Jler. Marine, pfd 69
Invinctbln Oil 31
Lackawanna Steel 64'i
Mexican Petroleum 1M1
Midval Steel 3
MiMiourt I'nclflc 274
N Y. Central 81';
N. Y.. N. If. & Hartford 33
Not folk A Weotern 9SS
Northern Tacific 89
Tan American Petroleum. ....... 8Vj
Can Anierlcnn "11" 81
Pennsylvania 41s,
p. iren Arrow 35'4
p.a.lln 97'i
R p. Iron & Steel
Royal I:iteh 77
Huutheirt Railway 31
Southern Pacific -58i
Stremt'cru Carburetor .......... 6S
Htudebaker Co. J 56
Tex is ' 43
ToNarco Products 6j
I'nltrd poo.l
'.'hited Stads Rubber 75U
Tnite.l State Steel 87
1'nited States Indus. Alcohol.... H4n
I'nioti Oil 23
Vanadium Corp 63 1 i
Virginia-Carolina Chem 6S'i
W illyji-Overlanil ,. llli
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WAN T l-.I l'"iv e or nix-room liou.xe.
Tel.-phone .VII. Prank II. ll iptlwt. db
i hUlil.l.l-.R tor file, for lawn. an. I
inlenq plrone 24'1'J. lv
i'olt SVLI-: tiaa ranee. In fine con -iiion:
nUo Rntid water heater In new
ondit'.on. Call Ht K)9 Wert McKinley.
.1 v n r i- no a
m nnd 7:00 r. m.
d
I-oK SALI-" ." tmo Chihuahua tail
1 ' los. $i will takf" one. Inquire
s N'. 1 h St. ds
PERSISTENT
IjhIv "What cau-, you fo become
a tramp?'" p.ic:e,l "I'ltn "The family
I'll v.i "ia m. mum. lie ad ised me to
t ili w.iHi after iiKai. and I've
I' '' n w.dkii.ir utter diem ever since."
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'r lion ii -i, so Tnanv jues
I.M'l, 'HI ".ositV tlie c;it."
I :i hi 1 ' h., t dil t he cat u ant
X AUTOMOTIVE DIRECTORY
Automobiles
AUBURN-CHALMERS
M AX WELL M OR ELAND TRUCKS
R. D. ROPER MOTOR CO.
402-14 North Central Ave.
Uia-CADILLAC
BABBITT BROS.
131 and 313 North Central Ave.
MACK
TRUCKS
P?ena 1450
i HANDLER
HUDSON ESSEX
G. M. C. TRUCKS TRAILMOBILE
CAL MESSNER
Corner Fourth Avenue and Adama
LEVEL AND -MARM0N
W. E. GARDNER & CO.
FIFTH AVE AND WASHINGTON PHONE 4252
PHEVROLET
u
Little Four
Big Four
BERT O. BROWN, DISTRIBUTOR
316-18 E. WASHINGTON
Roads Bulletin
PhoI-P",sctt by way of Wickenburg good ahape. Black Can
yon rough for twenty mllea out of Phoenix.
FerrS'SLntog"1 ' or Ehrenburs ,n faVr 8hap'
Phoenlx-Florenee take new etate highway.
Phoenix-Globe Apache trail very poor ehape.
r'nCe"JUJCSOn ,n g0d Bhape- Fiance to Casa Grande being
worked on and detours necessary. Casa-Grande-Tuceon. road being re
constructed. Going is rough.
goodABhaeIn radS th eoutheast part of the state are in generally
, G1,a euntry Is doing reconstruction work on some roads but the "
rial" re ln g00d condlt!n- Needles to Oatman rough but pass-
f u iT4" Hackberry good; Hackberry to Crozier. poor; Crozler
to Ash Fork good for the most parL Few rough spots.
PorfcSiwmi10 Flae"aff ood excepting short stretch between Ash
hL Ch U V6ry rCky- FlaPta" st to Winslow
rough and rocky. Tolchaco road muddy in stretches.
Winslow to Holbrook good. Take road north of tracks.
.nJ1 t0 SprIrgervllle n haPe. Springerville to Globa
good except for certain stretches of mountain road which is soft.
Automobiles
IIELIE Automobiles
II Motor Truck and Tractors
1723
ORT and IIUPMOBILES
GEO. H. REUBEN AUTO CO.
. 227-235 N. CENTRAL, PHONE 3534
CRANKLIN
FRANKLIN MOTOR CAR CO.
8. M. STARR, MGR.
300 N. Central
lOLMES IMPROVED AIR
4 COOLED CAR
Iw.
Phone 32S8
COATES, State Distributor
33-35 South Third Ave.
Phoenix
AKLAND
OAKLAND ARIZ. SALES CO.
FIFTH AVE AND WASH. PHONE 4263
TUDEBAKER
HIT Tin
1 1 VELIE MOTOR SALES
U 306 N. Central , ' phon.
a9 Gter vr2& (E&nzim&rlSjfA-
Show Room 625 W. Washington
M. L. BURKHEAD. Dietributor.
Trucks -Tractors
F, YOU Ship By Truck
Let our traffic expert aolva your transportation problems
GEO. H. REUBEN AUTO CO.
Phone 3584 227-235 North Central Ave.
See That It Goes Via
FEDERAL
Sizes 1 ton to 5 ton
noates-CorbyMotorTruckCo.
Li
Phone 3x
State Distributors
33-35 South Third Ave.
Phoenix
TRUCKS
BARRETT & POTTBERG, INC.
125 N. FIRST ST. PHONE 4419
Automobile Supplies
,
1JJOTOR EQUIPMENT
f COMPANY
EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTO
502 VV. Washington
D RUDOLPH
GOODYEAR AND OLDFIELD TIRES
Home of the Ford and Fordson
316-346 E. ADAMS STREET
Automobile Supplies
ESTERN AUTO
SUPPLY AGENCY
EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTO"
TIRES. SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES
141-7 N. CENTRAL AVE.
Garages Service
UTO SERVICE
AT THE
MOTOR EQUIPMENT CO.
REPAIRING-
-STORAGE
CORNER FIFTH AVE. AND WASHINGTON
RIZONA Radiator Works
Radiatora repaired and rebuilt. New corea of any kind
installed. Fenders and auto bodiea repaired. Wind
ahields installed. Oxy-acetylene welding. Ail work
done by experte. Beet work in town.
307 NORTH CENTRAL AVE. PHONE 609
uto Truck Bodies Built
to order. All sorta hardwood repairing for farm maohinar
' TT T ! 1 T-l n it -11
nome tfunaers naning ivnu
PHONE 4188
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING
350 SOUTH FIRST 8T.
PLADNEY'S GARAGE
Second Avenue and Van Buren Street
PHONE 1201
I ANSON'S GARAGE
FRED HANSON. Manager
FIRST CLASS AUTO REPAIRING
Cor. First Aye. and Bennett Lane.
Phone 689
Liability
Insurance
Publir. Liability Property
Damage
CAUL H ANDERSON
Fire aid Theft Collison
Insurance
ioger Hunt Garage
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
ON ALL MAKES OF CARS
614 West Van Buren.
Phona 611.
Service
Station
Though specializing on Studebakera needs, we are also engages'
general auto repairs.
James G. Simpson, Prop.
229 E. ADAMS ST
SIMPSON'S GARAGE
PHONE 1967
rizona Tire & Accessory Co.
SEE US FIRST
Our Service Department at
20 EAST MONROE NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Sales Room Corner Center and Monroe; Phone 3080
iAM FIELDS AUTO LIVERY
NEW CARS TO RENT
BY HOUR, DAY OR WEEK
Rear of 301 N. Central Ave.: Phone 1474
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