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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1921
i HE ACTIVE III CITY
Hold-up artists took a day off yes
terday while purse snauhers became
active and by midnight had registered
a total of three "Jobs," according to re
port made to police headquarters.
Alora Smith reported the first case of
purse snatching at 8:. 10 o'clock yes
terday afternoon. A slllc pocket book
containing small change was taken
from her whll she stood In line at
a postofflee window.
Miss nibh3 of 318 East Polk street
later reported thnt a man had at
tempted to take her poaketboolt from
her. After a slight struggle tho man
became frightened and ran. Mary
Shepherd was on North First avenua
early last evening when two men ap
proached. One grabbed a pocketbook
which she carried and both men ran.
The new tad In the Phoenix crime
wave is not proving as profitable to
the operators as the gun method. The
police were given descriptions of three
men operating and their total loot
amounted to only 16.20.
JincusBd politics and plans, were the
guests. Amontj those wlio accepted
Invitations were former United Stales
Senator Chnumcy M. IVpew, Will S.
Hays, Norman K. Mack, Charles i).
Utiles nnd others.
Termed an ''Investigation of Investi
gations." the dinner opened with a
prologue, during which the "spirit of
the Amen Co -ner" stalked, declaiming
l.i.s creed as the "champion of true de-mnrrncv."
Report of Condition of The
NATIONAL BANK OF ARIZONA
At Phoenix, in the State of Arizona, at the Close of Business on Dec. 29th, 1920
1. a Loans and discounts, including rediscounts (ex
cept those shown in b and c) S3.831.C94.97
MESA. Jan. Championship pl
ratlons have once more penetrated Into
the camp of the Mesa veteran base
bailors with the result that Manager
iuy 15. Rice heading the Mesa town
team appeared on the scene Saturday
with a challenge to Price" All-Stars ol
Phoenix. The winning streak of the
Phoenix champions. It Is thought, can
ho bro'e,n and the members of last
year's Mesa town team have formed a
nucleus which Rice believes Justifies
the Issuance of th challenge.
Both Dick Lush and Lou Gill, veteran
moundsmon of Mesa, are here now and
both are Itching for a chance at the
Thoenix All-Stars. , Wheeler, star
Georgia Itch, catcher who played a
few games with Mesa the latter part of
last season la here to fill the position
bohind the bat. Butler, Pomeroy.
Reynolds. Peterson, Menhennett and
others of the old crowd are also on
hand and anxious to get back into a
uniform and out on the diamond once
Rico propose a game for Sunday.
January 1, providing the challenge It
accepted and says that if the weathen
permits tho Mesa club will continue
actively lu baseball from now on until
STEEL MILLS CUT WAGES
'Republican A. P. Leased Wire
KTDNEY. N. H., Jan. 8 The Domin
ion Iron aiid Steed company an
nounced today a 20 per cent wage re
duction, affecting about 6,000 employes
and efectlve Jan. 17. Of those work
ers, approximately 8,100 are temporar
ily laid off.
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Amen Corner Dinner
Ridicules New York
Multitude Of Probes
NEW YORK, Jan. 8 New York
City's Invest igutions were burlesqued
In song and dialogue here tonight at
the twentieth annual dinner of the
Amrn Corner corporation.
"The Brethran of the Amen Cor
ner" politician;! and officials, newspa
per men, lawyers and citizens many
of whom once gathered "In the cor
ner" In the old Fifth Avenue hotel and
Total loans $3,831,594.97
d Notes and bills rediscounted with
Federal Reserve Rank (other than
bank acceptances sold) (pee Item
e Notes and bills redlaeounted ether
than with Federal Reserve Bank
(Other than bank aecentaneea soldi
(see Item 64b) . . 206,874.80
2. Overdrafts, secured, Non; l.risecured, $0418.74
4. U. S. Government securit y owned: ,
a Deposited to secure .: ...a'lon (TJ. S.. bonds
par value) $ 200,000.00
d Pledged as collateral for State or other deposits
or bills payable 127.000.00
f Owned and unpledged 7,926.86
Total U. S. Government securities
6. Other bonds, securities, etc.:
a Bonds (other than U. S. bonds) pledged to secure
U. S. deposits $ 15,000. 00v
D Bonds (other than U S. bonds) pledged to secure
postal savings deposits 20,000.00
c Bonds and securities (other than U. S. securities)
pledged as collateral for State or other de
posits (postal excluded) or bills payable 65,000.00
Securities, other than U. S. bonds (not Includ
ing stocks), owned and unpledged 80,446.83
Total bonds, securities, eta other than U.S.
7. Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (CO per cent of
8. a Value of banking house, owned and unincumbered 286,663.63
9. Furniture and fixtures
11. Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank...
18. Cash In vault and-net amounts due from national .
banks , ,
14. Net amounts due from banks, bankers, and trust'
companies In the United States (other than
Included in Items 11, 12, or 13) ................
15. Exchanges for clearing house
Total of Items 12. 13, 14. ID. and 16 $1,166,211.08
17. Checks on banks located outside of city or town of
reporting bank and other cash Items
18. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due
from U. S. Treasurer
19. Interest earned but not collected approximate on
Notes and Bills Receivable not past due
SPEAKS HERE NEXT
The Rev. Red Fox Skuihuahu. north
ern Blackfoot Indian, will lecture Wed
nesday evening, January 12. at 8
o'clock "On Patriotism and Philosophy
of American Indian." at Reorganized
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints, Tenth and Moreland streets.
Chief Red Fox lectures In the pic
turesque Blackfoot costume, embel
lished with many thousand beads, wov
en in typical designs on skins. He
forcibly portrays the life of his people
in Its different phases. :
Rev. Red Fox Is at the head of the
American Indian Tepee association, ol
which President-elect and Mrs. Hard
ing are ' members, as well as many
noted men of the country. Including
governers. senators and corgressmen
and General Pershing. He In head .f
Tlpl Order of America, an Indian secret
fraternal order for the red and white
The Literary Digest and other publi
cations have made favorable mention of
the work being done by Red Fox for
In 1914 Red Fox rode his pony from
Montana to the white House with a
petition to the president to grant all
American Indians full citizenship, and
-for "American Indian dajn , on the
fourth Friday in September of eacn
year. En route, this petition was in
dorsed officially by . 25 governors and
hundreds of colleges, churches and
July 4, 1917. Fox made an address to
15,000 people In the New York City
College stadium in the presence of Sec
retary of War Baker and other govern
ment officials, under the auspices of
the mayor's committee of that city.
Red F : will slnr "America" In the
TO I 1FNT8
REPUBLICAN 1 HOME
Here is praise from Sir Hubert, an
appreciation by the general manager
of the El Paso Times:
El Paao, Tex, Jan. E, 1921.
Dear Mr. Stauffer:
This will acknowledge receipt of copy
good paper of Dec. 28 in which you
printed a comprehensive review of
your organization and a description
of your wonderful new home. I re
joice with you In the rapid strides end
wonderful success of The Republican.
It is an Institution of which the state
of Arizona may Justly be proul and a
newspaper that will do credit to any
city several times the size of Phoenix.
Extending to you my sincere wishes
for continued success, I am,
Youra very truly. - '
E. C. DAVIS,
10 WILE occupy
Who will occupy the bungalow? What
state official will have to be quartered
in the most undesirable offices set
aside for state officials?
That is one of the most Interesting
topics discussed at the state house by
those who are settled "permanently,"
or those who think they are.
The building once was occupied by
the commission of state Institutions and
then in part by the h la
ment. When the arrangements for the
legislature were under way the board
of directors of state Institutions or
dered the state land department, which
occupied the committee rooms of the
house and the house of representatives,
to be on its way to the bungalow, where
It is now established. The quarters are
cold In winter and hot in summer, and
complaints of bad air produced by gas
stoves and low Ceilings are not un
common by those who are housed In
Rudolph Kuchler, land commissioner,
is desirous of getting important papers
out of the fire trap and has asked for
the quarters now occupied by the at
torney general, and the basement under
the wing of the recent addition to the
state house. In turn, Attornty General
Galbralth has requested that he be
moved-to the office of the. state super
intendent of public instruction, which
would force Elsie Tolcs Into the bun
Miss Toles served lor two terms as
superintendent of Bchools of Cochise
county as the only Republican office-
holder in the Democratic county, so she
is used to getting the worst of it o:
defending herself and winning out. It
is believed that the gallant men in
charge will not force the only woman
elected to state office to occupy thr
poorest available quarters.
SCHOOLS TO DEOATE
The first preliminary debate between
the various high schools of the county
will be held in Phoenix on Feb. 11 be
tween the Phoenix union high school
and te Glendale high school on tho
subject: "Resolved, that the principle
of the 'closed shop should be adopted
by Ameri-nn industries."
The high schools of Gilbert and
Chandler will also hold a debate on .
this date, but it has not bn deter
mined which of these schools shall
visit the other.
You'll find some interesting
reading on page 7.
Ford-Levy Furniture Co.
Ad Tells the Story.
Worried f et carn.se half tbi T2a xl
CscomforU that harass the) men &o4
women of oar age.
The ScfoU "Foot-Eazer"
is a remedy. It is a eeiaatiiW area rapport si
naiuoa that supports the mnacles and Um
Sana and gives them strength te carry tfcs,
weight ct the body at the foot arch.
I It does away with all nervous aad moacalat
train and quickly replaces the natural slaet
ticity to the foot and prevents flat-foot wit)
Its peinfu c onqunc .
Malcoa walkins or standta abaotatetr umifta i
aMa, kawpa aboaa ta shape and (tiros Utm tautens
f twoOrman fill
er covered, and U priory, flexible
and tell adjaeang
and ean be eeeU? slipped
sue eaj mourn.
I They do not
Seed tac kins or
pmmring but are
trom one pair to another. .
it von have anr foot trouble WBataaorer A4
Seholf Faot-Eastw" will sir fom taataat rafcaj
ii wn a rest and comfort. '
AH sixes for men and women. $1.51
We are headquarters for foot com
fort and the Bcboll "Foot-Eazer Is
srne of the principal means of convey
ing It to you. Let as prove it.
SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY
none 1704 29-41 C Adams ft
TOTAXj s m-m ,
21. Capita stock paid In.
22. Surplus fund -
23. a Undivided profits 25. 888.94
b Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid 116.1S1.65
25. Amount reserved for taxes accrued
27. Circulating notes outstanding
29. Net amounts due to national banks
30. Net amounts due to banks, bankers, and trust com
panies in the United States and foreign coun
tries (other than included in Items IS or 2)
II. Certified checks outstanding-
82. Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding
Total of Items :3. 23. 30, 31, and 33 S 230,824.4
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject '
' to Reserve (deposits payable within 30 days): ,
S3. Individual deposits subject to check
14. Certificates of deposit due in less than SO days
(other than for money borrowed)
25. State, county, or other municipal deposits secured
by pledge of assets of this bank
37. Dividends unpaid
Total of demand deposits (other than bank
deposits) subject to Reserve, Items
33, 34, 35, 36. 37. and 38 $3,679,852.21
. Time deposits subject to Reserve (payable after 30
days, or subject to SO days or more notice, and
83. Certificates of deposit (other than for money bor
rowed) . . .'.
41. Postal savings deposits
Total of time deposits subject to Reserve,
Items 39, 40, 41, and 42 $ 232,142.59
43. United States deposits (other than postal savings):
. c Other United States deposits, including deposits
of U. S. disbursing officers
. Bails payable, other than with Federal Reserve
Bank (including all obligations representing
money borrowed other than rediscounts)
63. Liabilities other than those above stated (See Item
19 of Resources)
t-Eaaer" h Baarie I f
54. a Liabilities for rediscounts with Federal Reserve
Bank (see Item Id)
b Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal
Reserve Bank (see Item lc)
Total contingent liabilities (54 a, b, c, and
d) (not including items in Schedule 23
of report) $ 585.674.80
65. Of the total loans and discounts shown above, the amount on which interest
and discount was charged at rates in excess of those permitted by
law (Sec. 5197, Rev. Stat.) (exclusive of notes upon which total charge
not to exceed 60 cents was made) was None. The number "of such
loans was None.
State of Arizona, County of Maricopa, bs:
I, E. W. Clayton. Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true to the. best of my knowledge and belief.
K. W. CLAYTON, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me CORRECT Attest:
this 8th day of January. 1321. EDWARD EISELE,
ESTF.LLE McCOY. LEO GOLDMAN,
(Notarial Seal) Notary Public. DAVID GOLDBERG,
My commission expires Feb. 4, 1924. , Directors.
Report of Condition of
Dec. 29, 1920
Loans and Discounts $2,254,655.98
United States Bonds 66,842.00
'State, County Municipal
Other Bonds and Securities. . 90,314.98
Furniture and Fixtures 14,150.00
Cash and Due from Banks . . 656,066.15
Capital Stock Paid In 100,000.00
The Message of Mr. Ramboz
To All the People of the
Salt River Valley
"My message to the people of Mari
copa county and of this city is one of
good cheer. Theirs is one of the rich
est and most productive sections of
tho earth. Theirs is the rare privi
lege of creating wealth. Theirs is the
certainty of a self-sustainlnj future.
Theirs is the opportunity to grow in
rrc-atness. in strength. In Influence. In
prosperity, to a point now undreamed
of by the veriest optimist.
"Slick to your farms, citizens of the
Salt. River valley. Stand to your
runs. Be strong; be hopeful; be de
trmino'l for In the present there is
assured safety and success and In the
future the realization of all your sold
The banks of th Salt River valley
or? indeed thankful to th Los An
P"!e4 Clearing Ilouao for their gener-
stanco in providing tr.cm with
ion dollars with which to take
i ue of the cotton crop.
nut above all, they are most grate
fMl to Mr. Ranihoz, representing the
c:ie tring Housi, who has been so help,
fid in cveiy way nnd especially with
thi above inspiring message to the
"THE BANK WHERE YOU FEEL AT HOME"
ON SECOND FLOOR
i me ail uu vShwmiWi
ON SECOND FLOOR
IN FIVE DEPARTMENTS' '
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Cretonnes, Scrims and NetsExtra Special
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
One Lot of colored scrims in light and dark
grounds. A good assortment 36 Inches wide,
i Clearance Price' 9Q
Per yard i U&
One Lot of Marquisette and scrims. 86 to 40
Inches wide In white and ecru Plain or
bordered. Clearance Price OQa
Prr Tard. tfUKy
One Bis Lot of Nets. Scrims and Marqul
eettes White, cream and ecru Plain and
hemstitched borders 38 to 40 Inches wide.
A real big value. Clearance
Price Per Tard. .
One Big Lot of Marquisettes and Nets
White, cream and ecru Plain or figured
40 to 60 Inches wide Some of our best
qualities. Clearance Pric fiQ
Per Yard..... UaC
One Lot of Sunfast curtain madras In all
wanted color combinations In figured or
striped. Very handsome qualities 50 inches
wide. Extra Clearance Price QO Qft
Per Tard V&fJO
One Let of Sunfast curtain madras A good
range of colors 36 to 60 , inches Special
Clearance Price ... T i . , Oft
One Let of Cretonnes 32 to 36 inches wide
Some very pretty patterns in light colors.
Clearance Price Oflr
One Lot of Cretonnes light and dark pat.
terns in all wanted colors 36 Inches wide.
Special Clearance Price
On Big Lot of Cretonnes light and dark
ground in some or the season s prettiest pat
terns 36 Inches Wide Very Extra,
Clearance Price Per Tard..........
One Lot of Figured Terry Cloth drapery
Also In stripes used specially for side drapes
36 inches wide. Special
Clearance Price Per Yard
One Lot of Imported Cretonnes double-faced
A beautiful material 32 Inches wlde Ex
tra Clearance Price
Choice of all our novelty table runners and
Pillow Tops during this Clearance
AT HALF PRICE
Monday, Tuesday and
Boys' Wool Suits in browns, greys and
heather mixtures. Sizes 6 to 16 years Very
special Clearance Price
Boys' Wool Suits with two pairs of pants
A large assortment of the latest styles. Sizes
8 to 16 years Special Q1 fl QCC
Clearance Price Per Suit.
Boys' MscWinsws All wool quality Sizes
11 to 17 years Extra special Q r
Clearance Price Each.
Boys' Overcoats All wool quality in navy
and brown only Sizes 4 to 8 years Special
Boys' Wool Pants An extra good grade for
school wear. Sizes 6 to 14 years Special
Boys Sweaters Genuine "Bradley" quality
in grey Maroon Heather Mixtures and
'fancy combinations of colors Sizes 6 to 14
years Extra ?0 OPC
Clearance Price Each POfcJtl
Boys' Ksynee two-piece wash suits. A large
variety of the newest styles Sizes 2 to 8
years Very special Q7
Clearance Price Per Suit
Boys' Ksynee and Sunset Blouses of extra
good materials and n wide range to choose
from. Sizes 6 to 14 years Very
special Clearance Price Each
Boys' Union Suits with long sleeves and
ankle length; tho best makes at one Clear
ance Price f1 1 P
One Lot of Children's and Misses' Gingham
dresses In plaids checks and tripes. Special
For Monday, Tuesday and
Wool Nap Blankets In pink, blue, grey and
tan plaids Size 66x80 inches Very special
Clearance Price K
Per Pair -. $4OD
Beacon Blankets Size 70x84 Inches beau
tiful selection of brocades and plaids Extra
Clearance ' (Jp f?r
Price ' tpO.OU
Shetland "Wool Nap" blankets. Size 72x84
inches. Extra light and warm- -Special
Per Pair pOOU
Double Blankets Size 66x84.
and dark blue Very special
All Woof white blankets with pink and blue
borders. Sizes 66xS0 inches Special Clear
A Large assortment of full size high grade
comforters. Very special Q Pf
Clearance Price Each tJ)v)DU
KIMONOS, BATH ROBES
Japanese Crepe Kimonos Very neatly em
broidered Colors pink, blue, rose, yellow
and lavender Very special QQ
Clearance Price Each VtivD
Men's and Women's bath robes Lounging
robes and smoking jackets at the very
Special OF O'TC
One Lot of Crepe and Linen smocks Colore
pink old rose and white. Neatly em
broidered in contrasting colors Special
Monday, Tuesday and
Colored Bed Spreads in pink and navy blue
only Size 76x90 inches. OA ,"
Clearance Price. Each pi1.0
Colored Bed Spreads In pink, blue and yel
low Extra eood quality. Size X2xV2 inchos.
White Bed Spreads Size 80x90 inches In
scalloped and cut corners Extra special
Clearance Price Q rJ
White Bed Spreads Plain hemmed size
80x90 inches.A real big value. Qf Af
Clearance Price Each.
Bed Sets in white and colors; scalloped and
cut corners. Extra Cf QQ
Clearance Price Per Set.
Bed Sets White and colored In extra fine
satin finish and quality. Sizes 8Sx9S inches.
Extra Clearance Price C"l 1 Oft
Sheets Our Own Staple Quality:
Size 63x90 in. Clearance Price Each $1.10
Size 72x90 in. Clearance Price Each $1.25
Size 81x90 in. Clearance Trice Each $1.35
SHEETS Goldwater's Best
Size 64x90 in. Clearance Price Each $1.35
Size 72x90 in. Clearance Price Each $1.60
Size 81x!'0 in. Clearance Price Each $1.75
Size 81x99 in. Clearance Price Each $2.15
Pillow Cases Our Staple Quality.
45x36. Clearance Price
Initial Pillow Cases Size
very good quality. Extra
Clearance Price Each