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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1921
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SPECIAL NOTir.ra
Tourfat. Welcome to Our Valley '
. Acre City
Everllt Ante Campus
Z miles east of Phoenix city Lmits
a state highway.
Officer in attendance, night and
Cook house, dining room, barbecue
", eanal beach, shower baths, lawn
"Mis. garage "fix it yourself." fine
nade, drugs, dry goods and groceries,
telephone, bureau of Information. M
H. Shelton. Mgr. 215 West Washing
. ton St, Phoenix or Acre City, Ariz.
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CITIZENS State and Central Bank
depositors We accept your deposit
ertificat In full value mdse. and
Jjoney. Ballsun' Clothing Store, 31
W'ashlnston. it
SPEND your vacation in Arizona
t Montezuma Lodge, situated among
the .pines on the banks of Mormon
Lake, the largest body of water in
Arizona: 25 miles south of Flagstaff,
where the temperature Is never above
M degrees. The most beautiful vaca
tion grounds in the West. Boating,
cathing, hunting, fishinir. For rates
r other information address C. C.
Lorimer. Mgr. It
Wl HA V IS moved from 1J9 North
First avenue to 111 North Central
J. M. Gaddy Barber Supply and
Grinding store. gbg
AUTO TIME TABLE
GUILUAU 8 STAGE UN"E
TOL.LESON CASHION AVON
- 3 ALE
Stance leave First and Washington
ftxee's at 8 a. m- 10 a. m.. 12 noon.
S p. tn t p. n. and p.. m.
Telephone U3 tf
AUTO TOP8
CALDWELL ACTO TOP CO., for
upholstering and auto tops. 602 W.
Washington. ' S-ra
AUTO PAINTING
DETROIT AUTO PAINT SHOP
18 S. Central Ave. Phone 477. tf
AUTO REPAIRING
SHORTY FREMEAU -L. J. SMILQR
Phone S814. 21j N. tfth St.
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AWNINGS
AWNINGS AND CAMP
FURNITURE. We make everything
Vnown that will fool rain and sun.
Phoenix Tent A Awning Co- corner
Flint and Monroe 8t Phone 1411: tf
BOOK KEEPING
System installed; your bookkeeu
trig dona daily, weekly or monthly
A. Edwin Greene. Accountant, 1402
W. Van Buren. Phone 5688. gb
" CARPET CLEANERS
' Tour rugs and carpets cleaned like
new; remaking, sizing and laying
dona by an expert.
Phone
733.
Work 6m S. Center.
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CHIROPRACTORS
E." E. HELFKlCH. licensed chlcp-
nractor. Phone 4949. 209 N. '"irst
St. Office hours 8 a. m. to S p. in. tf
H L. Hess N. H, Atchison
Licensed Chiropractors
ill . Central Bldg. Phone 5939
Office Honrs 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- Residence Phone 2644
The Palmer System of Chiropractic
CHIROPODIST
CHIROPODY Bunions, corns, cal
louses removed, painless and blood'
less. JO cent each; mole, wart., etc
removed by electricity. 29-31 East
Aiams. Frauli Shirley Pht.no 1"04
COLLECTIONS.
EHEDD ceilecta slow accounts; n
tar pt'hlic. bus. agents: credit rat
lnaa. Sbedd's Merc. Service, Phoenix,
Arts 12 Flemfna Bids PhonC 1S6 tf
CARS WASHED
Called for and delivered.
Washlnton St.
520 West
S-bs
CORSETIERE
Bplrella Corsets.
Phone 1442. 706 W
Mrs. Kuhlwilm.
MdisonSt tf
DENTISTS
DR. MORRISON
Sanitary System
Phone Q8fr. 36 E. Washington St
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DRESSMAKING
At.L KINDS of summer clothes
made; prices right; satisfaction
guaranteed. Mrs. Goodson. 917 East
Garfield. tf
DRESSMAKING Work guaran
teed. 306 E. Van Buren St
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DRESSMAKING, bungalow aprons,
huts. Skirts made and pleated for
$5 Bethell'B. 223 W. Monroe. Phone
240. tf
DRESSMAKING, TAILORING AND
ART NEEDI.fcWOKK.
Mis Smith. Room 31. Annex Hotel, tf
ELECTRICAL DEALERS
"WIRING FIXTURES SUPPLIES
Motor Repairing and Rewinding
specialty. New State Electric Co..
Phone 4436. 214 W WashlnroiySttf
, . FLOORS
Old floors resurlaecd and finished,
nw lid or surfaced; modern meth
od " best result, guaranteed; lowest
price. Ariz. Apt. No. 2. Phone 2484.
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v rt'UNITURE STORED & PACKED
FURNITUhE stored and packed;
Backing done by experts. For''-Levy
firnltur Co- 116-120 West Adams
Street.
FURNITURE REPA IRING .
" " FURNITURE REPAIRING
Befinishing and Upholstering
pbine bv Expert Paokera
BOFJUS-HEYMAN FURNITURE
COMPANY It
HEMSTITCHING
FkE HEMSTITCH SHOP
Hemstitching, wide and narrow,
. i niMtins-. buttons and button
pic""o- - ..ion. 31i N. central
OIefl- 741. tf
Ave.
Tur- HR UK l ssnut-
ind nrr.. hetistitch-
inking, buttona and pleating
Ing. pinKin. Phone 3379.
for ana aenverea, man
, ... . 11
V . ni.ttri Mr.
J' W Boland,
ra,ijr ..hiton Phone 1249 tf
HOUSE MOVING
r v , . . ,
wiiHarr.s Housemovlng and Wreck
Willla'" av h.erfully given.
fsEW FIRM
lng CO. h f-.ent. - tf
trinm : "
-r-rr717o'wEF.S SHARPENED
UAWN REPARriD
T-r-AlZToand deliver, r
King
""--n Ei Adams pnonei
j rr.rn(.ned- guaranteed to
Mnwers aharpeneu. e -..ir
cut Phone 1563. .
Sd hd Adams St
Stewart Cyciery
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JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER
CHAKLES A SHELDON
108 N First Ave Phone S5SS
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PL'BUG STENOGRAPHER
CLEO Parts
BLUTHARDT,
COMMERCIAL
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STENOGRAPHER.
Miss Stella Benenato, Stenographer.
401 Heard Bldi Phone 3027. dd
MRS. A MONETTE. Stenographer.
Notary Public, State Agent Llne-a-
Time Machine 703 Heard Building.
Phone 1965. tf
PHONOGRAPH REPAIRING
PHONOGRAPHS repaired any
atyle or make 'n our completely
equipped shop. Caas Rede will Co.,
s W Washington. tf
PRINTING
Commercial work, pamphlet.
booklets, 'handbills. ee. Arizona Re-
publican Prin Shop. Phone 4331. tf
PHOTOGRAPHERS
For Fine Portraits
THE RUSSELL STUDIO
Phon 46S8 35 E. Washington tf
SEWING MACHINES
PHOENIX SEWING MACHINE
EXCH'VGE. 18-18 S. Fourth stieet.
Phone B909. Ma-bines rented and re
paired. Representative Whit Sew
ing Machine Co. tf
PIAJ O TUNING
S. L. HAMILTON.
Piano
Tuner,
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at home Sept. first.
FAINT SUPPLIES
Chicago Paint Store. Wall paper,
paints, varnishes, etc. : 327 West
Washington St, Phone 46$ i. Auto
painting. tf
MATHEWS PAINT CO.. 138 S.
FIRST AVE, WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL DEALERS IN PAINTS,
OILS, VARNISHES. BRUSHES,
ETC. PHONF , PROMPT DE.
UERY. ' tf
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
CHAMBERS TRANSFER AND
STORAGE CO Any kind of hauling
Fireproof storage. Phone 1228 or
8526. tf
Baggage checked to destination. All
kinds of hauling. Fireproof storage.
Lightning Delivery Co. 41 S. Center,
rhone 3094 ami 412 . tf
TYPEWRITER REPAIRING
THE' TYPEWRITER INSPECTION
CO. All make overhauled, repaired
and rebuilt. 15 8. Fifth Ave. Prompt
service. Phone 4208. tf
UNDERTAKERS A EMBALMERS
A H. McLELLAN
Undertaker and Funeral Director
Phone 4940. 617 N. Central Ave. tf
H. M. MAUS, 311 N- First Ave.
Phone 1570 and 1928
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YARWOOD & HOCKREY
Funeral directors and embalmer
334 W. Monroe. Phone 3099. tf
lii w.
WHITNEY
ADAMS ST.
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THE GEO. F. MERRYMAN CO.
124 N. Second Ave. Phone 651. tf
A L. MOORE A SON
(Successors to Moore A McLellan)
Auto Ambulance
329 West Adams St Phone 601. tf
D. A. PARKS
L Funeral Director
248 W. Adams., j, O. O, F.. Temple
Phone KUS tf
Legal Advertising
041980
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
U. S. LAND OFFICE, at Phoenix.
Arizona, June 18. 1921.
NOTICE is hereby given : that
Christian W. Jacobs, of Box 166,
Scottsdale, Arizona, who, on May 12
1919. made Homestead Entry No
O419C0, for SWSWVi. Section 33
Township 3N, Range 4-E. G. & S. R
B. 4 Meridian, has filed notice of In
tention to make Three Year Proof.
to establish claim to the land above
described, before the Register and
Receiver. U. S. Land Oftice, at Phoe
rOx, Arizona, on the 26th day of July,
1921.
Claimant names- as witness
Alex J. Robl of Phoenix. Arizona.
Patrick O'Donnell. Frank A. Gatch
ell and Carrie Donaldson, all three of
Scottsdale, Arizona.
CHAS. E. MARSHALL.
Register.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND
BUILDERS:
The Board of Trustees of Caahion
School District number sixty-fiv
65. MaricoDa County. Arizona, will
receive sealed bids up to th hour of
two P. M.. August 1st 1921, for th
construction of an Auditorium to be
erected at Cashion. Arizona.
The above named building to be
erected In accordance with plans an
specification prepared by Leseher,
Kibbey and Mahoney. Architect,
Phoenix. Arizona, from whom plana
and soecification may be obtained.
Each bid must be accompanied by
a certified check equal to five (6t
Der cent of the amount of the bid,
and made payable to the Chairman
of the Board of Trustees, or tn
above named School District said
check to be forfeited to the Board, if
the successful bidder refuses to enter
into a contract and furnish bond as
required by said Board of Trustees,
within ten (10) day after awarding
contract to him.
The successful bidder must furnish
a Surety Eond equal to Thirty-three
and one-third per cent of the amount
of his contract.
All bids shall be made out on lorms
furnished by the Architects.
A deposit of ten (10) aoiiar is re
quired of each contractor taking
plans, which amount win De returnea
upon the sf return of th plans and
specifications.
The right Is reserved to reject any
and all bids submitted.
G. L. Paxton, Chairman.
John W. Seargeant. Member.
W. E. Campbell. Clerk.
715-21 inc.
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NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS
MEETING
The stockholders of The Phalanx
ComDany are hereby notified that th
annual teekholder' meeting of the
company will be held at the com
pany's office at Phoenix. Arizona, on
Monday. July 25. 1921. at 11 o'clock
A. M.. Room No. 203. Fleming Build
ing. Phoenix, Arizona, for the pur
pose of electing directors and such
other business as may be brought be
fore the said meeting.
Harry A. Jamison.
President
R. Harvey Fenton.
Secretary.
7 15-25 Inc.
IN THE SUFERIOR COURT OF
Maricopa County. State of Arizona.
Notice of Sale of Real Estate at
Phoenix. Arizona,
in the Matter of the Estate of William
p Doheney. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that in pur
suance of an order of the Superior
Pmirt of Maricona County. State of
t
Arizona' made on the 7th day of
Julv. 1921. in the matter of the estate
of William P. Doheney. deceased, the
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
NEW YORK. July 20. Business on
the stock exchange today was broad
er and a little more active firmness
during the early and intermediate
stages gave way to Irregularity at
the close. There were no Indications
that shorts had materially reduced
their commitments.
Oils as, a group continued to gov
ern the dealings. Foreign issues
were hesitant, their course being
iscribed to the heavy export tolls
levied by the Mexican government.
Rails held and in some noteworthy
instances augmented yesterday's
moderate gains, presumably in ex
pectation that the transportation
executive soon would submit a
funding plan acceptable to. the Wash
ington administration. Otherwise
changes were confusion, steels, equip
ments, motors and sundry specialties
tending mainly upward but easing
gradually toward the end. Tobaccos
and several of the ooacure iimustria.s
were heavy througnout. Sales
amounted to 350,000 shares.
Further cutting of steel prices is
imminent, according to trade author
ities. The Iron Age reported -slight
revival of buying for railroad and
construction requirements but oper
ations t some centers show a lower
rate of production. . Money on call
and time wa comparatively scarce
at the opening of trading and rates
for both accommodations held at 6
on exchange. Later the quotation
fell to 6t47o for call loans in the
open market. Announcement of a
further reduction in the discount rate
in four federal reserve banks was not
made until after the market had
closed.
In the absence of further buying of
bills, foreign exchange developed re
current weakness. The London quo
tation approximated its recent mini
mum figure and French and Belgian
rates eased, but Dutch and Italian
bills rallied slightly.
Liberty Issues closed mainly at
moderate gains and the general tone
of the bond market was firm on a
fair investment demand for rails and
the more important internationals.
Total sales, par value, 310,175.000.
CHICAGO BOARD
CHICAGO. July 20. Possibilities
of a railroad embargo against grain
shipments to Chicago had a bearish
Influence on the wheat market today.
It was estimated that 2,000 carloads
f wheat wers on tracK here unload
ed. Cool dry weather In the spring
crop belt tended also to east prices.
opening quotations, which ranged
from He decline to c advance with
Sept. 81.23 to 31.29'A and Dec $1.32
to 31.32, were followed by material
setbacks all around.
Corn was easier with wheat After
opening ,to c lower, including
Sept at tZc to 62c. the market
rallied a little but then sagged lower
than betore. . .
Oats were relatively firm, owing to
large export sales at the seaboard.
Prices started H to c higher. Sept.
42 to 42c, but later showed slight
losses.
Lower quotations on hogs acted
as a weight on provisions.
Mercantile Paper
NEWYORK, July 26. Prime mer
cantile paper iMigeM; exchange
easy; sterling, demand, 3,68; cables,
3. 59 it; francs, demand, 7; 175; cables.
7.76; Belgian francs, demand, 7.63;
cables, 7.64; guilders, demand, 31.55;
cables, 31,61; lire, demand, 4.43;
cables, 4.49; marks, demand. 1.29;
cables, 1.80; Greece, demand, 6.44;
Sweden, demand, 20.70; Norway, de
mand, 12.90; Argentine, demand,
28.62; Brazilian, demand. 10.50;
Montreal exchange 11 per cent dis
count.
Time loans steady; all six per cent.
Call money firm; high 6; low 6;
ruling rate 6; closing bid 5i offered
at 6; last loan 6; bank acceptances 6.
Grains
CHICAGCT, July 20. Close: '
Wheat Sept., $1.25; Dec, 1.2 9 .
Corn Sept 61; Dec. 6014.
Oats Sept 41; Dee. 43.
Pork July 18.50; Sept 18. $5.
Lard Sept 11.95; Oct. 12.10.
Ribs Sept. JO. S3; Oct 10.80,
Produce
CHICAGO, Jply 20. Butter lower;
creamery' extras 40c; standards
3c; firsts 3438; seconds 30'
33c. Eggs lower; receipts 6,303
cases; firsts 272Sc; ordinary firsts
22(5 24c; at mark, cases included, 25
2 6c. Poultry, alive, lower; fowl
26c; broilers 2632c.
Potatoes stronger; receipts S7 cars.
Virginias 35.50 barrel; Norfolk $4.50
barrel; Kaw Valley $1.501.75 cwt;
Nebraska $2. 2552. 50 cwt; Missouri
$1. 5031.60 cwt; California $2.50?r
2.65 cwt.; Jersey Cobblera sacked $3
cwt.
KANSAS CITY, July 20. Butter.
eggs and poultry unchanged.
Liberty Bonds
NEW YORK, July 20. Liberty
bonds closed: SHs 86.74: first 4s
87.10 bid; second 4s 37.00; first 4Us
87.20; second 4s 67.06; third 4Vis
91. SO: fourth 4s 87.12: Victory
3s 88.88; Victory 4s 38.38.
Cotton
NEW YORK. July 20. Cotton
closed practically at the bottom and
11 to 19 points oelow tne previous
night. Spot cotton, middling 12. 0i
Cotton Futures
NEW YORK. July 20. Cotton fu
tures closed teady; July 12.20;
October 12.76; December 13.17;
January 13.16: March 13.41.
Legal Advertising
undersigned, the administratrix of
the estate of said William P. Doheney,
deceased, will sell at private sale to
the highest bidder, subjecteio confir
mation by said Superior Court, on
Monday, the 25th day of July. 1921. at
10:00 o'clock A. M-, at the law offices
of Thalhimer & Hart 205-06 O'Neill
building, in th City of Phoenix, in
the said County of Maricopa, state
of Arizona, the following described
real property, to-wit:
Lot Two (21 in Block Two 2 of
Victoria Place, a sub-division of
Dennis Addition to the City of Phoe
nix, Arizona- according to the map or
plat thereof on record in the office
of the County Recorder for Maricopa
County. State of Arizona.
Terms of sale: Fifty (50 per cent
cash and the balance within one year.
All bids must be in writing and may
he left at the offices of Thalheimer
& Hart. 205-06 O'Neill Building,
pnoenix. Arizona, or may be delivered
to said Administratrix personally in
said City of phoenix. County of Mari
copa. State of Arizona.
ANNA M DOHENEY,
Administratrix of the Estate of Wil
liam P. Doheney. deceased.
Dated July 8th. 1321.
Bar Silver
NEW YORK. July JO. Bar ilver,
domestic 99 4; foreign, 69, Mexi
can dollar 45.
Chicag
CHICAGO, July 3 0. CATTLE 7, -000.
Beef eteera and yearling teady
to IS cents higher; top yearling
9.50; bulk beef ateer 37.2668. 35;
fat she stock steady: bulk 34.56
6.75; canner and cutter 25 cents
higher; bulk 13.6033.60; ul!s It to
25 cents lower; bulk 25-25!
calves steady; bulk vealer 310'gi
10.50; stockers and feeders strong.
HOGS 20.000; light and medium
steady to 10 cent higher; ether
mostly 101S cent lower than yes
terday's average: top 310.80; out ef
line; comparatively few over 310. o;
bulk better grades, 39.T610.7;
bulk packing sow 38. 28119: pig 18
15 cents lower: bulk deairaol
810.S5fU0.60.
SHEEP 17,00; generlly teafly
wooled lamb top $10.75; am a late
yesterday; native top 310; packer top
89.75: cull motly ; choice ntiv
western yearling 18; beat . f eedey
lambs 27.
Kansas City
KANSAS CITY, July 20 CATTLE
9,000; better grades beef steers
steady to strong; best heavies 88.60
0 8. SO; other grades stesdy to weak;
Kansas grassers $5.8567.25; Texas
$5.25(&7.40; heifers and yearlings
steady to atrong; best yearling 39.ZS
9.S5; choice 'heifer $7.65; good
yearling heifer $8.86; cew weak te
25 evits lower; best $6 early; many
medium and good kinds $4.266.50:
bulls strong to 25 cent higher; good
and choice butchers $565.50; bo
lognas mostly $4-3 $4. 25; calve 15 to
50 cents lower; best vealer $8'fi8.26;
many heavy calves 3697; other
classes steady: esnners mostly
around $1.75; medium to good stock
steers $81X6; choice stock cew
$4.65.
HOGS 7500; slow; mostly 18 t
25 cents lower than yeaterday' aver
age; best light to shippers $10; 226
to 240 pounds weight to packer
$9.7599.85; packer top $9.85; heavy
mixed hogs mostly around f.0w
9.65; bulk of sales $9,60e9.5; pig
nd packing sow lb cent lower.
SHEEP 4500; steady; best nativ
ewes $4.75: nativ lamb tdy to
25 cent higher; $9.24 paid; o nativ
western sold early.
DENVER. July 30 CATTLE--3aO;
steady; beef steers $6.75(if 8.25; cow
and heifers $sfl7: calves aws;
stocker and feeder $435-25; tottUs
$2f?3.60.
HOGS 400; 25 to SS cent lower;
ton $9.80: bulk $8.85fi9.65.
SHEEP 50; market nominal:
lambs $9.25?r9.75: wethers $4.56f?
5.60; ewes $4f4.75.
NEW YOR STOCK '
EXCHANGE
Furnid By
- W. W. LAWHON
Logan 46 Bryan Private Wire
Commercial Hotel Bldg.
American Beet Sugar !M
American Can 26
American international J'e
American Locomotive hi
American Smelting & ReHning. 29
American Tel. & Tel. Co. 103
American Woolen 68ty
Atcnison si
Baldwin Locomotive 75
Baltimore & Ohio 38
Bethlehem Steel (B) 47
anaaian t-acuic n
Central Leather 84
Chesapeake & Ohio 53
Chandler Motor 49
Chi., Mil. & St Paul 26H
Chi, R I. & Pac Ry. 3114
corn Products , es
Crucible Steel 64 '4
Cuba Can Sugar 8T4
CUB .
General Motors 10
Great Northern pfd 69
Great Northern Ore 27
Haskell & Barker 64
international t'aper oz
Int. Mer. Marine pfd. 45 "4
Invincible Oil 10
Island Oil ; 2Tt
Lackawanna Steel 37
Mexican Petroleum 103
Midvale Steel , 22
Missouri Pacific - 19
New York Central 69
N. Y.. N. H. & Hartford 15
Norfolk & Western 3 H
Northern Pacific 7i
Pan American Petroleum 49
Pan American "B" 42
Pennsylvania 84 ?i
Pierce Arrow .. 17
Reading 68
Rep. Iron & Steel 45
Retail Stores 63
Royal Dutch 62 7
Sinclair Cons 20
Southern Railway 20 H
Southern Pacific 6
Studebaker Co 7H
Texas Co. 83
Tobacco Products 65
United Food 16H
United States Rubber i0
United States Steel 7SH
United States Industrial Alcohol 49
Union Oil-De'.aware 18
Union Pacific 118
Vanadium Corp 27T4
Virginia-Carolina Chem 26
Western Union $8
Westinphouse Electric 42H
Willys Overland 67
COPPERS
Compiled for The Republican by
W. W. LAWHON
Legen & Bryan Private Wir
Commercial Hotel Bldg.
Anaconda 374
Butte & Superior 13
Calumet & Arizona 45
Cerro de Pasco 254
Chile 104
Chino 2i
Greene-Cananea 20
Inspiration s 34 4
Kennecott 19H-
Miami 21
Nevada Cons 10
Ray Cons 12 'A
L'tah 4S
Big Ledge 25
Calumet & Jerome 14
Dundee 5
Goodyear Tire Ilt4
Goodyear Tire pfd 2H
St
28
It
SO
12
2714
12
20
14
55
25
2H
25
Green Monster
Jerome Verde 18
Magma 134
Magma Chief 4
New Cornelia 144
National Tire Corporation . 50
Ray Hercules 23
United Eastern 2 A
Verde Extension 23
Verde Combination 10
The United States army is to be
reduced to 150,000 men by October L
JUNIOR
GUESTS AT PARTY
1 GILBERT. July 20. Th Junior
Lagu of th M. 9- church passed
a very enjoyabl afternoon at th
horn of. Jo Norton, two miles from
Gilbert, on Tuesday afternoon. A
very large number wera present and
following th many game and other
amusement, cantaloupes and water
melon were served. Those In charge
of the affair were Mr. W. C. McCon
nll. G. W. Iml, T. A. Brookin and
Lena Johnson.
Liberty Cafe Change Proprietors
Th Liberty Cafe ha passed to the
oavnerahip of Mr. J. A. Cardin, who
formerly owned It before disposing
of it to Northrup and Son. Mrs. A.
J. Garner has been secured to do
the cooking for th cafe.
Leave Far Vacation
Mr. and Mr. Walter W. Pag and
daughter, Mia Edna, left Wednesday
afternoon overland for their former
home in Silver City, New Mexico,
wher they will spend about ten day
both for pleasure and looking after
businea interest.
Visiting Sitter Her
Miss Laura Imea of Glendale I
pending a few day visiting in th
hem of her sister, Mr. C. J. Cul
lumber. New Baby Girl
Mr. am Mrs. C. J. Henderson wel
comed an eight-pound baby girl to
their home on Monday morning.
Visit Phoenix
C. H. Russell made a business trip
to Phoenix on Tuesday.
News From The
North Side
GLENDALE PEORIA
ft. M,. DEAN, Mnge
. Circulation New. Advertising
Offi Cariok Realty C.
PHon 2 Glendale
TO BE THE SCENE
OF
GLENDALE. July 29. AU 1 in
readiness for the grand outing
planned by the Glendale folk at
Glendale Beach." located half way
between Laterals 17 and 18 on th
Arizona canal. The Campflr girl
have mad arrangement tq have
hamburger sandwiches, cold drink
and cake for sale during th after
noon and evening, and this, coupled
with th good swimming, will be n
unusually big drawing card. Thurs
day afternoon being a half holiday.
it i expected that a record crowd
will b on hnd to avail themselves
ef such a rar opportunity t have a
good time.
Th proceed from tne sai or tn
eat will be donated ta th Library
fund with which book will be pur
chased and placed on th shelves
availabl for th ut of th young
folk.
Rd District Dissolved
Special Road District No. 3 was
dissolved by an overwhelming ma
jority in th special election Tuesday
th result being 88 to I. By this
dissolution, th taxpayer ef thia dis
trict will be relieved of om of their
burden,
Yuna Ceupl Married
Jessie Smothers, daughter ef B. M.
Smother, and Manafleld Dolly were
united in marriage Wednesday mor
ning. Both of the young peopl ar
well-known tn Glendale.
Cas Dismissed
James Pendergast filed ft com
plaint in th justice court Tuesday
asking that on Ray Stewart be
placed under a peace bond. Th
cause such complaint was that
Stewart had threatened him with
bodily harm. After th evidence wa
heard the case was dismissed on a
motion of Attorney Smith for the
defendant
Attempt T Enter Store
Sometime during th early mor
ning hours Wednesday an attempt
wa mad to enter th rear door oi
th Popular Pric store. Night Of
ficer Hewitt in hi regular round
early In th evening noticed that all
window and doors were secure, but
after midnight sometime th screen
on the back door of th store was
noticed and a big hole waa cut in It
Officer Hewitt stated that he think
that these attempted robberies ar
being carried on by two men. No
entrance waa effected te th store.
Entertain Friends
Mr. Qeorge B. Webster and Miss
Barbara Webster entertained a party
of friends from Phoenix with swim
ming followed by delicious supper.
Monday night, at their ranch home
east of town.
Locks Broken
It waa reported by J. B. Mclntyr
that during hi absence from th
sugar factory Sunday, the lock on
th office door and other building
were either picked or broken. No
articles ar reported missing. This
is th third Urn In a many month
that this ha happened.
811 Realty Interest
P. J. Whit of Springdaie, Arkan
sas, has purchased th insurance and
real estate interest of James V. Har
rieon of th T. 1. Paul Realty com
pany. Mr. Whit 1 an old-time in
surance men nd come here well-
recommended. Mr. Harrison has not
decided what h will do in the im
mediate future.
France ha restored to cultivation
: 4.000,000 acres of battlefields.
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OVER THE APACHE TRAIL TO GLOBE,
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HOURLY STAGES TO TEMPE. MESA, f A. M. TO 11 P. M.
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OFFICE SOUTHSIDE ' DEPT.
14 8. MacDonald 6t. Ph. 341. Mas ' '
TEMPE AGENCY
Laird Din Drug 8tor
Phon 72
CILBERT AGENCY
Gilbert Pharmacy
Phon Mesa 1R2
10-
IS SEVERELY BURNED
TEMPE, July 20 William Jr., th
l-monthe-old aon of Mr. and Mr.
Will Collier .who live on the high line,
wa tadly burned Tuesday evoning
when he pulled a bowl of hot gravy
orf th table. Hi injurle are not
serious but the burn on th face,
hand and foot are extremely painful.
He wa taken to the Brechan -hospital
for treatment and wa reported doing
nicely, Wednesday afternoon.
Visits Tamp En Rout To Indiana
Miss Elsie William arrived from
California. Tueday and will be the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fowler
for several daye before returning to
her home in Bicknell. Indiana
Dinner Guest
Mr. F. J, Peck entertained at din
ner, Tuesday, her aunt, Mra. C. M.
Picken and couin. Ml Helen
Pi-Mies of Vienna. 111. .After pend-
Uy a few dy with relatlv in
ttrwpe nd Phoenix. Mr. Picken
rr.i her daughter will visit Cali
fornia.
Imorovina
Merceda, the ll-year-oli daughter
f Mrs. Anna Strieker, who wa
taken to the hospital a week ago,
suffering with blood poUoning of th
eye. is doing s well a cpuld be ex
nort.il It was feared at first that
ah would lose her y but th attend
ing phyician feels that ther 1 no
danger of that now. Sh will hav
to remain t th hospital for evral
day yet The littl girt Injured her
eye about two week ago while in ft
fig tree. It is not known whether
something struck her in th ' or an
Insect stung her.
Leave For Coast
Mr. nd Mra. Arthur Viault and
children will leav Thursday morning
overland for Lo Angeles. After
nending some time in California
they expect to go on up th coast tQ
Oregon.
Woman Nrly Drawn
Mrs. Thornton Jone had a very
unpleasant experience while in the
canal near Ovierto tore, esunnay
evening. Mr. Jone had tartd to th
bank with hi little op. leaving air.
Jone In the middle of the canal. Th
water wa unusually high and swift
that day and In om way Mra. jone
lost her foetlnc and went down. Sev
eral other were Mn th canal at th
tim and saw Mr. Jone struggling
but thought he w learning to swim.
A lady on th bank realised sh wa
in trouble, however, and clld ta
Mr. Jones who hurried to hi wtf at
once. When h rescued her h wa
lying In th bottom of th canal and
wa unconscloua when taken out Sh
wa all right in ft ahort tim only
very pervou from th shock,
Ladies Aid Meeting
Th Ladie Aid of th Christian
church will meet at th horn of Mr.
Nellie Spangler on Thursday. Each
lady is requested to take a dish of
cooked food. Th day will b pent
in making article for th basaar
which la to be held in the early part
of th winter. .Those who haven't
anything for th bazaar can tak
their own work.
Ill With Tyohaid Fvr'
Buster, th on of Mr. nd Mr. W.
A. Mouer. is quit ill at th horn of
his parent with typhoid fvr.
Boy Scout Meeting Ta B Hal
A Boy Scout meeting wiH b held l
the Norma library Thursday evening
at 8 o'clock which will be presided
over by Professor Murdock. All men
interested in this movement are urged
to attend the meeting. About six
Scout master are wanted. All boy
over 18 years old, who wish to bo
come Scouts may call at either bank
and fill out blank which hav been
left '
Mr. Rees III
Mrs. J. M. Reese Is very ill at her
home in Phoenix. Her mother, Mrs.
Tom Parry .is staying witn her.
COOL, furnished apartment for
rent Reasonable. 60S East Eighth
Street. ds
LOST A gold locket Friday, be
tween Baber-Jonea and Laird A
Dines. . Return to Laird A pines.
Tempe. Reward. ds
A woman member of the CxechO'
Slovak parliament suggest that
every man xfnder (0 b allowed to
have two wives.
o-
Metals
NEW YORK. July 20 Copper dull:
electrolytio pot nd nearby 12'4Q
12"54; third quarter li3. Tin
easier; spot and nearby 26.50; future
28.60. Lead teady; spot 4.40. Zinc
quiet; East St. Louis pot 4.20
4.25. Iron nominally unchanged.
Antimony, spot 4.85.
A. W. COOTE
STOCKS BONDS
GRAIN COTTON
PRIVATE WIRE
SERVICE
Phen 1418
119 North Central Ave.
Phoenix v
MONTHS
OLD SON
CHANOLE AGENCY
Gardnar ,& Ha-mer Drug 8to-e
Phon SI
GOODYEAR AGENCY
t, E. Flanagan Refreshment
Parlor
MANY ATTEND THE
MESA, July 20 Sorrowing friends
and acquaintances of tha deceased
from all parts of the valley attended
th funeral services Wednesday aft
ernoon in Mesa of T. A. Knox, prom
lnent south side rancher, who died
t Ki home north of Chandler Tues
day morning
Friends gathered at the family
home and accompanied the body to
the Methodist Episcopal church in
Mesa where th service wa held at
o'clock. Rev. David Roberts, pas
tor of the Methodist church in Chand
ler, ef whl 1" the deceased waa a
me.nber. conducted the service, as
sisted by Rev. W. I Summer nd
Rev. W. C Miller. Several beautiful
songs were given one a solo by Mr.
Austin of Chandler, and three num
ber by a quartet composed of Mis
Miller, Mrs. Sparks, Mr. Austin and
Mr. Bey.
Many of the valley" oldest pioneers
attended the service "to pay their last
respect, to the departed, and accom
panied th remains to th grave In
th Mesa cemetery, where Interment
was mad.
Film Faatur at Msiestio
"Th Country That God Forgof I
ta b th feature attraction at the
Majestic theater on Thursday. This
1 a story of th western wastes.
man's lov for a woman, and wa
directed by Marshal Neilan. who is
probably one cf th greatest director
of today. In this picture he ha as
sembled ft prominent cast which in
cludes Tom Santchi. famous for his
portrayal in "The Spoiler," and now
being starred in Uoldwyn produo.
tions. Mary Charleson. Charles Ger-
rard, will Machin and Victor Ford
also star in tne cast
Preparing fov Camp
Member of Battery B. field artil-
Iery. r laying preparation for their
annual encampment to t neia tn
latter part of Auguat Original or.
der were for th encampment to be
bald at Fort Bliss. El Paso, but an
effort is being mad by th com
pany officer to Join with Battery A
of Flagstaff in ft camp to be estab
lished near that town. Battery B
has livestock but no guns, while Bat
tery A has th guns but no horses.
in which cas a camp for the two
companies, it Is said. Will work out
uccessfully for both organization.
Ready for Holiday Gam
With the Btores closed for their
customary weekly half holiday, the
Jewels are count. na on a large at
tendance at their game Thursday aft- 1
ernoon witr. the Colored Giants of
Phoenix. Lou Trimble put in a great
er part of Wednesday on the ball
field. Th entire field was flooded
early In the week and haa since been
skinned clean with ft craper and
rolled. Trimbl say it will be in
th bet hap t ha been this ea
son. With th exception of Catcher Jen
kin, the regular- lineup of Mesa'
club will appear in uniform Thurs
day. Both QUI and Oveido will be
out and ready for duty at th mound.
Menhennett will work behind the bat
Th Jwel have scored several vic
tories over the Giants this season and
T1KIXUI!
ALEXANDER DANCE HALL
BEST MUSIC
One mile west two miles north of Mesa
Open Air Pavilion
. I Coolest Spot on Southside
One Admission for Entire Evening's Dance
The Southside 's Most
Popular Cafe Is Now
Open for Business
All Equipment and Furnishing
new, up-to-date and absolutely
sanitary.
REGULAR MEALS
Breakfast At Your Own Hour
Lunch or Dinner 40c
The Cheapest Big Meal on the Southside
Or Short Orders at Any Time
OPEN UNTIL 12 EACH EVENING
SPECIAL SUNDAY
CHICKEN DINNER
. Phone us the number in your motor party. The
meal will be ready upon your arrival.
BUTTE C
J. COLEMAN, Prop.
hope to duplicate their work again
this week. ' '
Phon Girl Entertained
Operators in the local exchange of
the Mountain States Telephone and
Telegraph company wer entertained
pleasantly Tuesday evening oy miss
Edna Eaaton, one of their number,
at her home on South MacDonald
street Sewing, game and refresh
ments wer indulged in during the
evening.
Boy In Family
A bouncing baby boy waa born on
Monday evening at the southside hos
pital to Mr. and Mrs. John F. Lewis,
who make their home on the Chand
ler ranch, south of Mesa.
South Sid Thtr Today
Majestic, Mesa "The Country
That God torgc featuring Tom
Santchi, Mary Charleson and George
FawcetU Coaied y, 'After Bedtime."
Gilbert "Soldiers of Fortune," all
star cast Ford weekly.
Tempe "The Great Lover," all
star cast. "Masked Rider." serial. .
Chandler D. W. Griffith' special,
"The Love Flower." Comedy, "HI
First Honeymoon." .
GRAPES NOW
Bailey. Phon 2R2,
READY. E- O.
Mesa. db
It is now possible to end ft crew
less vessel as far aa radio Impulse
will carry. Tha sam mean can be
used In Bonding a giant torpedo
against a foe regardless of hew tar
distant the enemy might be, provided
he is within reach of th radio. In
vessel th device ta attached to th
fuel engine, th water engine and the
steering mechanism making It pos
sible to guide, fuel and water by
radio. MESA
TODAY ONLY
VlMChecvBa.i-eiW
REGULAR PRICES
SEE IT AT
GILBERT TEMPE
Friday Saturday
CHANDLER
Sunday
TEMPE
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