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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1920
SOUTHSIDE N
EWS
OFFICE SOUTHSIDE DEPARTMENT
16 South Macdona'.d Street; Phone 241 j Mat
TEMPE AGENCY
Laird & Dine. Drug Store
Phone 22
GILBERT AGENCY
Gilbert Pharmacy
Phone Miu 1R2
CHANDLER AGENCY
Cerdner & Harmer Drug Store
Phone 21
GOODYEAR AGENCY
. E. Flanagan Refreshment
Parlor
C KIM
BHOUGH
AS CHEER
T TO IKS
OF POOHJ MB
MESA, Doc. 24 A spirit of Christ
mas cheer will reisn in 35 homes of
the poor In Mesa a.s a result of tho ef
forts f the Mesa Welfare If ague,
which ha provided boxes of food for
real Christmas dinner at each hom.
The boXea were filled Thursday bv a
committee of seven women and dis
tribution was made to the homes on
FViday that they will have time to
prepare all the necessity for the real
Christmas dinner. v
The league's activities was made
possible through the subscriptions by
Public spirited Citizens of Mesa, more
than $250 being raised. The town wns
canvassed by a committee in charge
and the boxes go into the homes
where they will be the most appre
ciated and where there would have
been no Christmas dinner otherwise.
Each box contained five or sit
pounds of meat or chicken, potatoes,
butter, canned com. bread, cake, nufcar.
coffee, milk, apples, Crisco, 10 pounds
of flour, oranges and nuts.
The work, of the welfare leaaru'e has
been under the charge of the Rev.
Francis Bloy. its secretary, and the
following women assisted In tho work
f preparing the boxes: Mrs. Charles
W. Coe, Mrs. George Johnson, Mrs.
Dan JUbbert. Mrs. Robert Eowen,
Mrs. Harry Bland. Mrs. II. C. Hol
comb, Mrs. Cecil Drew and Mrs. Isaac
Dana.
Telephone Company's Banquet
Employes of the Mountain States
Telephone company, in the exchanges
of Mesa. Tempe and Chandler held
their annual pet-toirether and good
time meeting Thursday evening in the
basement of the local telephone office.
A dinner mas served at t o'clock,
places beine; reserved for all the em
ployes of the local offices and a num
ber of officials from the Phoenix of
fice. A social time of games and
dancing followed the dinner.
Those present at the affair were:
II. V. McVey. district manager; B.
L. Kewley. district traffic chief; L.
C. Thomas, assistant traffic chief and
Miss Carpenter, chief operator, an of
Phoenix; Mr. and M.-s. Ray Pyle and
Rutfc Spangler of Tempe; Mrs. Orpha
;V!T, Werat-: Opal Smith and
Miss Itunsaker of Chandler. Those
from the local office present were-
A Neil Eula IIarPe". Lulu Huber.
Esther Eves. Edna Eves. Lela Cope-
ISSlP?" Jh?msn- Leona Martinsen.
Virginia Holbert, Edna Easton, Scene
Sperllnr Mr. and Mrs. J. V. McRue,
Arthur Welch. Mr. and Mra W W
IN THE SUPERIOR QOURT OF
ARIZONA A COUNTT' STATE OF
In the Matter of the Estate of W. F
Schnebly, Deceased. ,
Notice for Hearing Petition for Pro.
bats of Will.
Jfotice. is hereby given that Con
tancs E. Schnebly has filed in this
t-ourt a certain document purporting
ih ,ast W,U "nd testament of
v. V. Schnebly, together with his peti
tion praylns that said document be
admitted to probate in this Court as
the last will and testament of said W.
F. Schnebly who, said petitioner al
leges, is deceased, and that letters tes
tamentary issue thereon to said tiah-
Moner, and that same will be heard on
Monday the second day of January 1
.4. V. 1921, at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon of said day, at the courtroom of
Division No. Two of said Court in the
Court House, in the City of Phoenix,
County of Maricopa. State of Arizona,
and all persons Interested in said estate
are notified then and there to appear
nd show cause, If any they have, why
tho prayer of .jaid petitioner should not
be granted.
Dated Dec. 21, 1920.
CLAUDE S. BERRYMAN,
Clerk.
By W. II. LINVILLE, Deputy.
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' STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Phoenix National Bank will
be held in its office in Phoenix, Ari
zona, on Tuesday, January 11th. 1921,
at three o'clock p. m., for the purpose
of electing a Board of Directors to
serve for the ensuing year and to trans
act such other business as may prop
erly coma before said meeting.
I L. THOMAS. Cashier.
ranker. Gray Pankey and Manager
and Mrs. C. "JJ. Flynn and their daugh
ter Kathryn.
Young Couple Married
Mlfs , Talma Moore and Omer A.
Summers of ColHngs, Cal., were mar
ried Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock
at the home of the bride's father, So
lon Moore, 114 West First street. The
Rev. J. Lawrence Hell, pastor of the
Baptist churr-h of Mesa, read the serv
ice. Mif;s Moore recently came to
Mesa with her father, who this month
opened a photograph Etudio here, from
Chicago. Mr. Summers is a business
man in Collings, Cal., and the young
people will make their home in that
city following their visit through the
Are in Los Angeles (
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bush arid chil
dren left Thursday evening for Los
Angeles, where they will pass the
Christmas holidays with Mr, Bush's
sister.
Tree at M. E. Church
Christmas was appropriately ob
served at the Methodist church In
Mesa Friday evening with children's
exercises and a Christmas tree. Santa
Claua was present during the evening
to assist in th distribution of pres
cuts to the children.
Here for Holidays
J. E. LeBaron, a former Mesa young
man, came in Friday from Kansas
City, where he is now located, and
will pass the holiday season here with
relatives.
From the Coast
James Falconer arrived in the val
ley Friday and will pass the Christmas
holidays here with his relatives. Mr.
ana airs. j. vv . Falconer. The young
man is now a member of the United
States navy and is. on duty at San
J'edro. Cal.
Christmas Program at Baptist Church
Christmas will be observed at the
Baptist church on Sunday with ap
propriate services, and a special
Christmas service on Sunday. The
following program will be followed
out:
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.. T. B.
Croswell, superintendent Morning
worship at 11 a. m., subject of sermon,
"The Scepter of Israel." Anthem
"The Shepherds." by the Baptist
quartet. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m
Miss Mae Tucker, leader. Cantata,
"The Hope of the Woi'.d." at 7:30 p. m.
Introductory chorus: "Ring Forth Ye
Bells.- Part I "The Shepherds,'
will be sung by a quartet; (1) "Beth
lehem's Plain" will be sung by a cho
rus. Part II "The Wise Men" will be
eung by a quartet; (1) solo, "The
Dome of Heaven," Mrs, Blakeley; (2)
trio. "Soft Shadows" Miss Golden,
Mrs. Blakeley. Mrs. Tafel; (3) quartet,
"Yonder Dazzling Star"; (4) chorus,
"His Star"; closing chorus, "Hail,
Royal Babe." The public Is most cor
dially invited to attend these services.
J. Lawrence Bell. pa6tor; Mrs. R. M.
Tafel, choir directress.
South Side Theaters Today
Majestic, Mesa Mack Bennett's
special five reel comedy called "Down
on the Farm." Two reel western drama
entitled "In Wrong Wright," featuring
Hoot Gibson.
Gilbert "Haunting Shadows," fea
turing II. B. Warner. Comedy. "When
the Wind Blows." Paths News.
Tempe "Desert Love," starring
Tom Mix. Sunshine comedy, "Should
Dummies wen."
Chandler"Let'a Bo Fashionable.
featuring Doris May and Douglas Mac
lean. Comedy, "Seminary Scandal
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STOCK COiPffl TO
SPEi DAY 111 IS
Today is the day theater fans in
Mesa and vicinity have been waiting
for. This afternoon and tonfght Uje
entire Brandon stock company from
the Elks theater will play in Mesa
while the San Carlo grand opera com
pany la playing in Phoenix. The play
as Mesa this afternoon will be the
snappy and Rpicy musical farce. "Over
the Garden Wall," the same bill that
closed at the Elks last night. Tonight
the offering will be the exhilarating
laugh provoker, "Why Grow Old." All
the members of the Brandon company,
Ed Redmond, Jay Allard, George. Ban -
ta. Glen Hood, James Hughes. Wayne
Campbell. Eddie Young. Marie Rich,
Bobby Deane, Irene Noblett, Mary
Fladcland, Ttose Pomeroy and the
American Beauty chorus, will spend
their Christmas in Mesa making the
theatergoers of the southside happy.
Brandon Brothers are takin? the full
complement of scenery, wardrobe and
beautiful electrical effects and will
produce the plays exactly as produced
at the Elks, and best of all they are
taking the Elks theater orchestra and
will have a big dance tonight after the
show.
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NEWS FROM GILBERT
BELIEF OFFICIAL
VISITS una
CHANDLER, Dec. 24. Hon. J. E.
Thompson, vice chairman for the Eu
ropean Relief, with M. P. Kelly, chair
man for Maricopa county, was in
Chandler last week to plan a campaign
for this district. The council, under
the direction of Herbert Hoover, em
braces the Red Cross. Jewish Welfare,
Y. M. C. A-, Y. W. C. A., Knights of
Columbus and several other organizations
Sells Ranch
GILBERT, Dec. 24. Last Friday
evening the Southside hall was turned
over to the young folks of Gilbert for
a dance and on the following evening
the Mexican people of the town used
it. Both affairs are declared to have
been very enjoyable.
John Henry and family motored to
Phoenix last week.
Tom Wall, lumber man and carpen
ter, purchased a one-ton truck during
the week.
R. L. Hopkins returned to Gilbert
last Saturday from Florence, where he
had been attending to some legal busi
ness. Mr. Lacey, Republican committee
man, motored to Phoenix last Wednes
day to transact business there.
Several eastern capitalists have been
in town lately looking over farming
lands with a view of purchasing.
Those business men and citizens of
Gilbert who signed the petition for new
public improvements are looking for
the sprinkler that was asked for use
on the streets.
Announcement has been made that
the promoters of tJie new hotel here
A. R, Hopkins and Leonard Mets, will
go ahead with the construction as soon
as tho financial stringency loosens.
John Maron, who has been confined
to his bed for several months, is to
be taken to Los Angeles for treatment.
He will be accompanied by his son.
A number or Ullnert iarmers are
plowing up their cotton land and put
ting in alfalfa.
Mostof ths farmers of Gilbert have
finished their cotton picking, and the
pickers are engaged in cleaning up
the fag-end of the crop throughout the
district.
Freda Burk enjoyed a birthday din
ner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin
Burk on Monday evening. In the even
ing the Misses Mildred Workman.
Juanita Glaze and Ceceile and Bernice
Barnes joined with friends from Chan
dler in a dinner in celebration of the
birthday anniversary of Mrs. Burk.
Lester Purviance, eldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Purviance, suffered
painful injuries last week when a cart
ridge which he was grinding at an
emery wheel exploded and cut his
fingers.
Renl Holliday and family motored to
Mesa last Wednesday to meet friends
and transact some business.
E. Zellney and George Eperley mo
tored to Phoenix during the week.
A. R. Hopkins and Mr. Skinner tran
sacted a lot of business in the coun
try during the week.
Cora Kasner, one of Gilbert's promi
nent ranchers and owner of the Popu
lar store building, came in last Wed
nesday from her ranch east of town.
R. M. Kemp, foreman of the South
west gin, has been confined to his home
by an attack of tonsilitis.
Mrs. Allen, who has been spending
some time in Flagstaff, returned to
Gilbert on Tuesday. She reports that
the weather in Flagstaff has been cold
and disagreeable.
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Livestock
Chicago
CHICAGO, Dec. 24 (U. S- Bureau of
Markets) CATTLE 3,000; beef steers
strong early, closing steady to weak;
bulk of sales, $10.5013.00; top, $13,
E0. All other classes steady with yes
terday's. Compared with a week apo:
p A Miller has sold Ms 400-acre iPt-ef steers unevenly 75 cents to $2 htgh-
stock 50 to 75 cents higher; canners, 50
cents higher; bulls steady to 25 cents
lower; calves, 60 cents to $Jl higher;
stockers and feeders 50 cents higher.
HOGS 15,000; lights, 60 to 40 cents
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' AN
NUAL MEETING
.ouce is nereoy given tnat the an
nnal meeting of the stockholders of the
A'alley Bank Adjustment Company for
the year 1920 will be held on Monday,
January 3, 1921, at 2 o'clock p. m.. at
the office of the said company. Room
19, Central building, in Phoenix, Ari
zona, for the purposa of electing five
directors to serve through the ensuing
year; and for the transaction of tuch
other corporate business as may prop
el ly come before the meeting.
F. W. GRIFFEN. President.
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NOTICE
Notice of stockholders' meeting of
the Arizona Publishing company. No
tice is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Arizona Publishing company will be
held in the office of the Arizona Re
publican. Phoenix, Arizona, Monday, 10
a. m.. December 27, 1320, f -r tho trans
action of such business as may regu
larly come before the stockholders.
DWIOHT B. HEARD, President,
CHAS. A- STAUFFER. Secretary.
moTi nnrthwMt Of tOWTl to iTann
Robinson of California. Mr. Robinson
has already taken possession of the
ranch while Mr. Miller and family left
for Oakdale. California, on Thursday
for a visit with relatives, with, a view
of locating there.
Visitor "
Miss Betty Crenshaw of Louisville,
Kentucky, is visiting her brother, R. M.
Crenshaw.
Municipal Tree Success
All the little folks of Chandler as
well as the grownups enjoyed the big
Christmas tree in the city park Thurs
day evening. The program started
promptly at 6 o'clock and Santa Claus
appeared at the appropriate time. At
the end of the program each child
present was given a stocking contain
ing fruit, candy and nuts. The Chand
ler district, as well as the children,
owe thanks to Mrs. Chas. A. Spofford,
who made the tree.
Here On Visit
J. R. Bartnette of Wickenburg paid
a visit to his brother, A. F. Bartnette,
during the week.
Notice
After January 2, the local drug
stores will close their doors on Sunday
afternoon between the hours of 1 and
5 p. m.
Metals
NEW YORK, Deo. 24 Tin easy; spot,
$32.00; futures. $33. 50(833.75; antimony,
jj.S7.f?-5.r.O; zinc, easy; East St. Louis
spot, $5.ti0fe5S7; other mtals unchanged.
higher; others mostly 15 to 25 cents
higher than yesterday's average, but
closing weak; top, J10.35; bulk of sales,
$0.65 10.20; pigs, 25 to 35 cents higher;
bulk desirable, 90 o 130 pound pigs,
J9.65.fD10.20.
SHEEP-r-2,000: not enough here to
establish quotable basis; fat classes
look steady; no feeder pales. Compared
with a week ago: Fat lambs and year
lings, 75 cents to 1 higher; aged sheep
strong to 25 cents higher; yards closing
earlv.
KANSAS CITY. Dec. 24 (U. S. Bu
reau of Markets) CATTLE 950. For
week: Killing steers generally 50 to
75 cents higher; spots more; fat cows
and heifers, 25 to 50 cents higher; can
ners and veals steady to 50 cents
highr.
HOGS 1,100; 10 to 15 cents higher;
bulk. $9.E0fj:9.75; thirty-two head of
choice hogs to city butcher at Jo-85.
SHEEP 300. For week: Sheep
steady, 50 to 75 cents higher.
DENVER. Dec. 24 CATTLE 50;
market nominal: beef steers, $7. 503'
9.&0; cows ana neirers, H.Mwt.io;
calves, $10.0013.00; etockers and teen
ers, $7.75.
HOGS 75; market steady; top,
$9.90: hulk, $9.309.75.
SHEEP 3.000; market steady;
lambs. $9,503 10-75; ewes, '$2.504.50;
feeder lambs, $S.009.00.
NEW YORK, Dec. 24. Eusiness on
the stock exchange today was of the
usual perfunctory pre-holiday charac
ter, trading dwindling steadily after
the first hour and remaining almost
motionless in the laterdealings.
Trices were firm, even strong in '
spots at the outset, but reacted sharp
ly before mid-day, when Replog"le steel
relieved the monotony, with a. decline
of 19 points, almost duplicating its per
formance of last Tuesday. Later,
however, the stock recovered 5
points. Vanadium Steel and affiliated
Issues fell 1 to 3 points, shippings 1 to
5, eo.uipments 1 to 3 and motor,
leather, food and tobacco shares 1 to
4. Oils also gave way to bearish pres
sure and several of the investment rails
forfeited 1 to 2 points. Aside from the
latter, rallies were feeble, the market
closing with a heavy tone. Sales
amounted to 600,000 shares.
The day's news had little or no re
lation to market values, comprising for
tne most part the customary week-end
summary of conditions in the commer
cial and industrial fields. -Although call
noncy was more than ordinarily plen
lui, the rate held at 7 per cent, that
quotation applying also to renewals
nto next week. Brokers reported vir
tually no demand for bills of exchange.
but remittances to London, Paris and
other important centers eased variably
Actual loans and discounts of clear.
ing house showed a decrease of $36,-
l.uuu, wnicn wa3 contrary to gen
eral expectations, and reserves of
members in the federal reserve . bank
increased about $21,000,000. There was
a proportional gain in total reserves
th eexcess of $30,559,000 being the
largest since the middle of November.
The bond market was dull, but prices
tended mainly higher, liberty Issues
showed marked Improvement, the first
4s, however, reacting almost 1 per cent,
Total sales, par value, $23,575,000. Old
United States bonds unchanged on call
for the week.
BRADSTREET'S REPORT
NEW YORK. Dec. 24. Bradstreet's
tomorrow will say:
"The favorable features of the week
in distributive trade are seasonal in
creases in retail buying, stimulated by
holiday purchases of seasonal goods,
a slightly enlarged distribution of
heavy wearing apparel, due to colder
weather, with snow north and west and
6ome belated activity on the part of
jobbers in shipping good3 to fill in
broken stocks. Retail trade generally,
however, has not measured up to a
year ago The trend otnerwise nas
been toward Increased quiet at whole
sale and in manufacturing lines and a
further extension of tho widening circle
of quiet in industry, accompanied by
many reports of wage reductions, coi
lections are slower on the whole.
Weekly bank clearings, $8,378,254,000
CHICAGO EXCHANGE
CHICAGO, Dec. 24. Material set
backs in the price of wheat accom
panied news today that Argentina was
offering supplies to Europe at 7 cents
a bushel under quotations in the United
States.
Bears made much also of freedom
with which deliveries on December
contract went around here, me oniy
buyine was of a scattered sort, and the
market showed an apparent absence
of power to rally. Opening prices,
which varied from unchanged figures
to 1 cents lower, with March Jl.651
to $1.66 and May $1.62. were followed
by a decided general sag.
Corn tended downward with wheat
After opening cents off to i cent
advance, including May at 75 cents to
75 cents, the market nesitatea a nv
tie and then receded all arouna.
Oats paralleled the action of corn,
starting at Vi cents decline to cents
gain. May 49 cents, and then going
down grade.
Higher prices on hoys rv re
visions some strength at first, but
weakness of grain was subsequently
more than an offset.
NEW YORK, Dec. 24. Christmas
week on the stock exchange was char
acterized by a continuance of tho per
plexing and spectacular movements
which have made the trading of the
last few weeks epochal in the annals
of that institution.
Many new records were established
during the violent liquidation which
witnessed the passing of numerous
"war millionaires" but the technical
position of the market, it is generally
assumed, has eeen mairrmii)
strengthened by this action.
With another week to go before the
year ends, the market already shows a
degree of depreciation greater than
that recorded in any of the severe
panics since 1893. Contractions of
the last six months range from 30 to
100 points, and many "war brides' are
quoted below pre-war prices.
Translated into present market
values, two score of leading strikes of
the industrial and railway divisions
phow a depreciation for the year run
ning Into several billion dollars. The
shrinkage among 150 less prominent
issues increased the grand total, ac
cording to estimates, to between five
and six billions or approximately half
the amount loaned by the United
States government to the nations of
Europe during and since the world
war. There were indications' recently
that most of tho weaker spots in the
speculative structure had been re
paired. This was offset, however, by
the course of the commodity markets,
in which renewed unsettlement was
attributed to an expansion of the so
called "consumers' strike."
Bankers and conservative mercan
tile interests profess encouragement
at the stable tone prevailing tn the
money market. Rates remained un
disturbed, despite heavy shifting of
funds to meet unprecedentedly large
year-end payments. It is believed,
however, that the supreme test of the
country's financial resources will come
in the first quarter of the new year.
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
Furnished By 1
R. ALLYN LEWIS ! .
Private Leased Wire to All Ex- '
changes i
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Am. Beet Sugar 36
Am. Can - 233
Am. International 33
Am. Locomotive 79
Am. Smelting & Refining 35
Am. Tel, & Tel. Co 95
Am. Woolen ,. 59i
Atchison 80
Baldwin Locomotive 83'
Baltimore & Ohio 225,i
Beth. Steel (B) 54
Canadian Pacific, 43V
Central Leather 33
Ches. & Ohio 55 -i
Chandler Motor C3
Chi.. Mil. & St. Paul 26
Chi., R. I. & Pac. Rv 24Ts
Colo. Fuel & Iron 27
Corn Products 5'4
Crucible Steel 7914
.Erie 12i
General Motors 134
Great Northern Pfd. 73Vi
Great Northern Ore -a;
Haskell & Barker 54 4
International Paper 44
Int. Mer. Marine Pfd 4'J
Invincible Oil '2Ui
Lackawanna Steel 49
Mexican Petroleum 157
Midvale Steel 30
Missouri Pacific I6V2
N. Y. Central 6S
N. Y.. N. H. & Hartford 16
Norfolk & Western 96 '4
Northern Pacific 79
Pan American Petroleum 73
ran American iv
Pennsylvania 39
Pierce Arrow , 17
Reading 7:i
Rep. Iron & Steel 59 H
Royal Dutch t 69
Sinclair 22
Southern Railway 20
Southern Pacific 94
Stromberg Carb , SS'
Studebaker Co 41
Texas Co 43
Tobacco Products 49
TTnt.A 7". ji -1 -a
X UUU ......,-'- 1 0 74
U. S. Rubbqr C6li,
U. S. Steel 78VS:
u. s. Industrial Alcohol 63
Union Oil , ao1
Vanadlvm Corp 31
Virginia-Carolina Chem 32U
Willys Overland 5
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Liberty Bonds
NEW YORK, Dec. 24 Liberty bond
Closed: 3s $39.90; first 4's $84.52; sec
ond 4s, 5.S0; first 4IA's, $85.50; sec
ona 4 s, J84.60; third 4i4's, $87.20
fourth 4V4's, $85.10; Victory 3's. $94.
an; victory 474's. $94.94.
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COHHtHS
Compiled for The Republican by
R. Allyn Lewis, E. F. Hutton &
Co.'s Leased Wire. Hotel Adam j
Building, 119 North Central Ave. I
Anaconda 32
Butte s'
Calumet & Arizona ". 42
Cere de Pasco 25
Chlno 17 '
Inspiration s
Kennecott , 15Vi 1.-
Miami 1 '
Ray Cons -
Utah 4?
Aritex . v
Big Ledge
Calumet & Jerome
Dundee 14
Green Monster
Jerome Verde V
Magma 16
Magma Chief 10
New Cornelia 13
Ray Hercules M
Silver King 10
United Eastern 2U
Verde Extension , 19
Verde Combination A
Mercantile Paper .
NEW YORK, Dec. 24 Prime mer
cantuo paper unchanged. Exehamra
heary. Sterling demand 351?sJ cables
3524. Montreal, 15U per cent discount
rime joans firm; all dates 7,474.
Cotton Futures
NEW YORK. Dec. 24 Cotton future,
closed steady: January, $14.77; Marcl
$14.5S; May, $14.67; July, $14.75; Octo
ber, $'4-95.
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Bar Silver
NEW YORK, Dec. 24 Bar Pilver, do
mestic, unchanged; foreign, 6Z; Mex
ican dollars, 49.
Cotton
NEW YORK, Dec. 24 S not rnHnn
quiet, $1.25. Cotton closed quiet net
10 points higher to 22 points lower.
Historical places and in
stitations in Europe al
ivays a source of informa
tion and education may be
visited to advantage at this
time of the year. Your com
fort is assured if you travel
on one of our steamers.
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SER
VICE BETWEEN
New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Montreal, Portland, Me.
AND
Liverpool, Southampton, London
derry, Cherbourg, Antwerp, London,
Glasgow, Havre, Rotterdam, Mediter
ranean, Plymouth, BJristoL Danzig, Le
vant, Hamburg.
For rates of passenger sailings, or
general information, apply to
W. WARD DAVIES
General Ticket Agent for Arizona
443 West Washington Street
Phoenix, Aritona
R. ALLYN LEWIS
STOCKS and BONDS
ADAMS HOTEL BLDG.
Correspondents of E. F. Hutton & C0.5 Members N. Y. Stock Exchange
LIBERTY LOAN- ISSUES
BOUGHT
LAWHON&PIPER
Correspondents Logan & Bryan
39 South Central Avenue
INVESTMENT
BONDS
INVESTMENT
STOCK a
Produce
CHICAGO, Dec. 24 Butter higher;
creamery, extras. 54: standards. 45a:
Eggs higher; receipts. 165 cases; firsts
00; oramar y iirsts 6761; at mark,
cases included, 66 62; refrigerator
firsts, 6; refrigerator extras, 57. Poul
try, alive, higher; fowls. 1825; springs
24; turkeys, 40. ;
Potatoes steady; receipts. 23 cars;
Northern White, sacked. $ 1.35 ff 1.50;
bulk. $1.501.55.
KANSAS CITY. Dec. 24 Butter, eggs
and poultry unchangd.
Gral
ins-
CHICAGO. Dec. 24 Close:
, -WireATJr-fW-'-wS; May,
COR.' May. 74 M : July. 74
OATS May. 491.!: July. 4S.
PORK January, $23.40.
LARD January, $13.00; May, $13.50.
RIBS January. $11.62; May. $12 25.
APACHE TRAIL
Stages
Daily to
Roosevelt
Dam,
Globe,
Miami, 8 a. m., 10 a. m.
Superior, Ray, 9:15 a. m.
Florence, 4 p. m.
Stages
Hourly
To
Tempe,
Mesa,
Chandler, Connection
For Goodyear and Gilbert.
Phone 1463
ONION AUTO, TRANSPORTATION CO.
tl.tt.15 East Jefferson St.- Pheneei 1483, ti
TYP
EWRIT
-STATE AGENTS
"ROYAL" and "CORONA
The largest, most complete stock of typewriting Machines in the Southwest
ALL MAKES OF TYPEWRITERS RENTED
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRS
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS
FOR ALL MACHINES
22 W. Adams .
ihoraton I
ypewriter Co. Phone 4910
MESA
Auditorium
Lie 0 Se
Christmas Day
THE
Brandon Stock
Company
WITH
Ed Redmond
AND
All the Favorites
MATINEE
"Over the
Garden Wall"
NIGHT
"Why Grow Old"
Complete Scenic and Costume
Production and Elke Theater
Orchestra
PRICES 55c, 85c -
SEATS AT EVERYBODY'S
QFFjCEJffl OF THE HEARD BUILDING
INDEX FOR QUICK REFERENCE
A
Arizona Republican
Arizona Republican
The
The
Shop.
Ariaona Motion Picturee, Inc
Print
B
E. J. Bennett & Co.
Buntman & Keilooa.
Dr. George Edwin Blair
Central Finance Corporation.
D
Dr. Robert M. Dunlap.
H
Dwinht B. Heard Investment Co.
Jee C. Haldiman & Co.
Laura L. Irwin
K
Kunselman-Harpe Co.
F. D. Lane,
M
James Wm. Martin.
Mrs. A. Monette.
N
New York Life Ins. Co.
Dr. D. D. Northrwp.
P
T. J. Preseott
Baily A. Phillips
Stoddard Incorporating Co.
Stoddard Investment Co.
Henry J. Sull'van.
Frank H. Swenson
O. E. 8chupp.
Sunny Side Realty Co.
T
Tolteeon-Samuell Land Co.
W
V. O. Wallinflford.
FIRST FLOOR
DWIGHT B. HEARD
INVESTMENT CO.
REALTORS
GROUND FLOOR
THE ARIZONA REPUB
LICAN'S PRINT SHOP
GROUND FLOOR
Fred O. Adams, Mgr.
Phono 4331
Book and Job Printing, Ruling,
Binding, Etc.
THE ARIZONA
REPUBLICAN
THE STATE'S GREATEST
NEWSPAPER
Private Exchange All Depts. 4331
Editorial and News Dept., Mez
zanine Floor.
Display Advertising Dept., Mez
zanine Floor.
Classified Advertising Dept
Ground Floor.
Circulation Department, Ground
Floor.
Business Office, Ground Floor.
SECOND FLOOR
E. J. BENNETT & CO.
REALTORS
Rooms 302-205
O. E. SCHUPP
ATTORNEY
Room 208 Phone 382
KUNSELMAN HARPE
COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER
207
Arizona Motion Pictures,
COMPANY
Inc.
206
THIRD FLOOR
BUNTMAN & KELLOGG
Room 319
CENTRAL FINANCE
CORPORATION
P. K. LEWIS, Pres.
Rooms 308-09
STODDARD
INCORPORATING CO.
STODDARD INVESTMENT CO.
Rooms 323 to 325
TOLLESON-SAMUELL
COMPANY
Room 306
V. O. WALLINGFORD
ARCHITECT
Room 310
LAURA L. IRWIN
INSURANCE REAL ESTATE
Room 301 Phone 80S3
FOURTH FLOOR
DR. ROBT. M. DUNLAP
DENTIST'
Rooms 407-403
F. D. LANE
REALTORS
Room 428
DR. D. D. NORTHRUP
OPTOMETRIST
Suite 421 Phone 494$
BAILY A. PHILLIPS
DENTIST
40S
FIFTH FLOORS
NEW YORK LIFE
INSURANCE CO.
Rooms 501-505 x
JAMES WM. MARTIN
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Phone 704 Room 627
SIXTH FLOOR"
DR. GEO. EDWIN BLAIR
Osteopathic Physician
Suite 615 Phone 1468
Sunny Side Realty Co.
Room 618 Phone 4224
SEVENTHFLOOR
T. J. PRESCOTT
HENRY J. SULLIVAN
ATTORNEYS
Rooms 720-722
JOEC.HALDIMAN&CO.
INSURANCE AND BONDS
Room 709 Phone 4379
MRS. A. MONETTE
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
Room 703 Phone 19S5
FRANK H. SWENSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Reome 725-26-27 Phone 4215

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