Newspaper Page Text
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1921
PAGE NINE Republican A. P. Leased Wire NEW YORK, sept 30-The stock market today forfeited a considerable part of ita recent gain, leaders re acting one to three points to 'profit taking, renewal of short commitment and higher money rates. Diminished dealings again centered in the more prominent issues comprising the oil, teel, equipment and metal groups. Motor xmd subsidiaries and food spe cl traJle along at more mode ratvjtluotuatlons. were the only Issues to main tain tV semblance of firmness, being sustained largely by the further pub lication of favorable earnings. Le high Valley was most active at a net gain o almost three points in con nection with the prospective segre gation of , the company's coal prop erties. The plan of the New York transit commission' for the merger of all local .tractions had little effect on those issues' until the final hour, when Brooklyn Rapid Transit issues were under marked pressure. In the general list reactions were most se vere in Mexican Petroleum, Baldwin Locomotive, Studebaker and Ameri can Sugar. Sales 450,000 shares. Call loans rose from the opening rate of five per cent to 5 at mid day and. advanced to six per cent mainly oh belated borrowing. In the final hour. Time rates were un changed, but soma Joans extending to the close of the year were mads at light concessions, when backed by - high grade collateral. British, French and Belgian ex changes, strengthened in response to higher quotations from London, the German rate also making further re covery from its recent collapse. Italian bills continued their down ward course, however, the lire declin ing to a fraction under four cents. Trading in Liberty and Victory is sues again featured the bond market, but no new records were made. For eign Issues were, lower, especially French and Belgian government flo . tations. Totals sales, par value, aggregated $15,550,000. . BRADSTREET'S REPORT NTSv YORK, Sept. 30 Bradstreefs -tot arrow will aay: Wholesale and Jobbing, trade and to as. slightly lesser degree, industry, tend ''to expand as commodities and markets hitherto laggingjjoin in the slow but apparently steady march . of Improvement The stock market, too, seems to have imbibed a little more confidence and is a shade firm er, while the bond market especially as regards the Liberties, shows sus tained and. Indeed, added strength. Increased buying and slightly larger scales of output feature the pig iron and finished steel markets. Lumber and coal buying and output have Im proved, i Weekly bank clearings, $8,206,888, 600J1 . """"SH50MMERC1AL BULLETIN BOSTON, Sept. 80 The Commer cial Bulletin tomorrow will say: "Tha demand for wool has fallen off during the week, although there Is still a fair business being done and medium wools report slight improve ment in their markets, while other mamv'acturing lines are - hardly changed. "The foreign markets are strong." Scoured basis: Texas: Fine 12 months. 6575; fine 8 months, E0S 55. Territory: Fin staple choice, 803 85; H blood combing, 8872; blood combing. B0&55; 14 blood combing, 3842; fine and firm me dium clothing, 60(3 63. Fine and fine medium, French, combing, 65T0, Pulled: Delaine: A, S5e; A. A., 75180; A supers, 6070. Mohals: Best combing. 27930; beat carding, 32025. . MERCANTILE PAPER NEW YORK. Sept. 30 Call money, firmer; high. low. 5; ruling rate. ' 5; closing bid, 5Ht offered at 6; last loan, 8. Time loans, steady; days, 0 days. 5145H: six months, 5; prima mercantile paper, 55. FOREIGN EXCHANGE NEW YORK, Sept. 30 Foreign exchange, firm: Great Britain, de mand, 8.72: cables. 8.73; France, demand 7.13; cables, 7.14; Italy, demand. 8.99; cables. 8.99; Belgium, demand. 7.05: cables, 7.06; Germa ny. demand, 85; cables, 85; Holland, decand, 31.85; cables, 81.91; Norway. demand, 12.30; Sweeden, demand 22.30; Denmark,; demand. 17.85; FOR A SAFE IIWESTMENT Buy Home' Builders' 7 Gold Bonds Mature 1930 Best security in Phoenix . sack of theta bonds. Tha proceeds from th , sale of these Bonds to so into more homes for rei ; dents of Phoenix. For further information ' call, or write to Home Builders, Inc. 124 North First Avenue W. W. Lawhon Xtock, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Investments Logan & Bryan Private Wire Service We specialize in Liberty Loan Issues No. 39 South Central Ave., Commercial Hotel Bldg. !JT0 STAGE rF-To Globe. Miami. Roosevelt Dam. over the Apache Trail AUTO STAGESTO Sonora, Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday. Pally. To Superior, WeaneFfjav aR0 Fl iday. To Tempe. Mesa, Leaving Ray lor Pr ioen . Fowle,. Tolleson. Casuiun, Cold- hourly, lo Ui ndlr e ' d Liberty. Buckeye. Arlington and nillea. xv.ter. A vond.lt. Wagner. phoBe m w-140fi UNl0N 8TAeE plpOT?11-13-15 East Jtffer.on Street, . Switzerland, demand, 17.30; Spain, deamnd, 13.05; Greece, demand. 4 90; Argentine, demand, 32.12; Brazilian, demand, 13.25; Montreal, 91. PRODUCE CHICAGO. Sept. 30. Butter high er; creamery extras 44c; standards 38c; firsts 3442c; seconds 3032c. Eggs firm; receipts 3,501 cases; firsts 38(439; ordinary firsts 3334c; miscellaneous Z6Z1c. Poul.try alive, lower; fowls 1422c; springs 2UC. . Potatoes: Stronger; receipts 145 cars; Minnesota and North Dakota Red River Ohios bulk 1.751.8a cwt.; sacked 1.751.90 cwt; Min nesota Early Ohios and sandland 1.25i)1.50 cwt.; Idaho'Round White sacked 1.90 2. 00 cwt.; Wisconsin sacked and bulk 1.751.8.i cwt. KANSAS CITY, Sept. 30. Butter, eggs, and poultry unchanged. BAR SILVER NEW YORK, Sept 30. Foreign bar silver. 70 H. Mexican dlars. t44. Domestic 99. , 1 . n - D Compiled for The Republican b; W. W. LAWHON Logan & Bryan Private Wire Commercial Hotel Bldg. 0 Anaconda 40 Butte. & Superior ... 144 Calumet & Arizona ..... 49 - Cerro de Pasco ; . ...19U Chile 11 Cihno 24 Greene-Cananea ........ 22 Inspiration 35 Kennecott 20 Miami 21 Nevada Cons. .......... Ray Cons. Utah Big Ledge ............. Calumet & Jerome .... Dundee Goodyear Tire Goodyear Tire, pfd. Green Monste , .r..,..,. Jerome Verde - Magma ................ Magma Chief 12 13 -50 28 IS 60 , 10 27 23 20 29 15 80 12 'A 28 12 28 21 4 New Cornelia ........... 144 : 14'i Ray Hercules , 15 United Eastern i Verde Extension 25 20 1 26 , NEW YOR STOCK EXCHANGE Furnished By W. W. LAWHON Lagan & Bryan Private Wtrs Commercial Hotel Bldg. American Beet Sugar .......... 27 American Can 27 Aemrican International ........ 33 American iocomotive o Am. Smelting aiTO Refining.... 37 Am. TeL & Tel. Co. 107 American Woolen 74 Atchison 88 Baldwin Locomotive 86 Baltimore & Ohio ............. 38 .Bethlehem Steel (B) 55 Canadian Pacific .............. 113 Central Leather 28 Ches. & Ohio 56 Chandelr Motor 42 c. m. & st. p......7..:...;...25 C. R. I. & P. Ry. 33 Corn Products 78 Crucible Steel 64 Cuba Cane Sugar . 7 Erie ....13 1-3 GeneVal Motors 10 Great Northern, pfd. .......... 75 , Great Norhtern Ore 28 Haskell & Barker 88 International Paper 48 Int Mer. Marine, pfd 47 Invincible Oil Island Oil 2 Lackawanna Steel 41 Mexican Petroleum 99 Midvale Steel 25 Missouri Pacific 19 New York Central- 7S N. Y.. N. H. & H 14 Norfolk & Western ............ 96 Northern Pacific ,. 78 Pan American Petroleum ...... 46 Pan American "B" 42 Pennsylvania .................. 17 Peirca Arrow 11 Reading 72 Rep. Iron & Steel' 62 Retail Stores 51 Royal Dutch , 46 Sinclair Cons. 19 Sotuhern Railway ............. 20 Southedn Pacific ..... 79 Studebaker Co. 73 Texas Co 36 Tobacco Products 65 United Food 18 U. S. Rubber 49 U..S. Steel 79 U. 8. Industrial Alcohol 45 Union Oil Delaware .......... 17 Union Pacific ...... .' ....121 Vanadium Corp 31 Virginia-Carolina Chem. ....... 30 Western Union 82 Westinghouse Electric ........ 44 Willys-Overland 6 Passenger A. Freicht Services from New York. New York. Boston, Philadelphia. Baltimore. Montreal, Portland. Ma AND Liverpool, Southampton. London derry. Cherbourg. Antwerp, London, Glasgow. Havre. Rotterdam. Medlter. ranean. Plymouth, Bristol. Danzig. Tvant Hamburg. For rates of passenger Ballings er general Information. apply to W. WARD DAVIES General Ticket Agent (or Arizona 443 West Washington Street Phoenix Arizona. TIME TABLE S Periscope Movies 3? This periscope apparatus takes It was Indented by Dr. Alexander Rothe of Berlin. The lighting Is effectud from another room.. The film passes through a tube and across the Jen above the operation. - Thus every -move of unusual operations is obtained for Instruction of students and to show the surgeons of one nation how those of another operate. - . Chicago CHICAGO, Sept. 30. CATTLE 2,000; desirable corn fed steers scarce and strong, some sales higher; top 89.20; weight 1.400 pounds; no choice yearlings or choice handy weights here; all other classes gen erally steady; with she etock and veal calves slightly more active than yesterday. . HOGS 19,000; fairly active 10 to 15 cents higher than yesterday's average; top 8.30; bulk lights and light butchers 8.008.25; bulk pack ing sows 6.406.85; pigs 25 cents higher; bulk desirable 7.257.50. SHEEP 14,000; including 11,000 packer direct; few on sale going mostly steady; top native fat lambs 8.75; bulk 8IEP8.25; culls 65.50; not enough fat sheep and feeder lambs to test market. Kansas City KANSAS CITY. Sept 30 CATTLE 1.5O0: Quality poor; all classes slow and steady; practically nothing doing on stockers and feeders; yearlings $8.60; other fed steers 7.10ra8.25; grassers 4.15a.7b; mostly i.outo 35; common to medium cows s.&u 4.25; most cutters JS J.25; heavy Texas calves 5.75. HOGS 1500: verv uneven: aver aging around steady with yesterday's general trade; bulk 175 to 210 pound hogs to packers and shippers $7.60 7.75; bulk of sales e.i5i.u; sows steady: mostly 66.25: stock pigs steady; 130 pound weights 8.10. nrir.Ci f.vww; suetsp rirtxri y , lambs weak to 25 cents lower; top westerns 6.35. Denver DENVER, Sept. 30 CATTLE -500; market steady; beef steers $5 6.75; cows and heifers 3.25('5.25; calves 79; bulls 23: atockers and feeders 4.506."75. HOGS 100; steady; top 8.60; bulk $.50(88.60. SHEEP 5200; Gtrong to 25 cents higher; lambs 7(8; ewes 233.50; feeder lambs 5.506.50. , GRAINS CHICAGO. Sept. 30. Close: Wheat Dec. 1.20; May 1.25. Corn Dec. 49; May 65. -Oats Dec. 36; May 40. Pork Sept. 22.00. Lard October 9.65; January 9.07 Ribs October 6.75; January 7.75 CHICA(JO. Sept. 30. Lack of sup port brought about declines in the wheat marKet today, n was con tended that from the poor foreign demand and the reported offers of re-sale it would seem the heavy ex port s of United States wheat during July and August wre acting as a Doomerang on itriues. wp-iniis no tations, which varied from un changed figures to lc lower, with December 1.22 to 1.22 and May 1.26 to 1.27, were followed by moderate losses all around. Corn and oats were easier with wheat. Corn after opening un changed to c lower, including De cember at 50 to 50, rallied a little, but then sagged a era in. Oats started unchanged to c lower, December 36 to 86. and later showed a setback for all de liveries. Higher quotations on hogs gave firmness to provisions. LIBERTY BONDS NEW YORK. Sept. 30. Liberty bonds closed: 3s 88.40: first 4s 90.70 bid; second 4s 90.22:" first 4s 90.90: second 4s 90. 4: third 4s 93.88: fourth 4s 90.80: Vic tory 8s 99.46; Victory 4s 99.48. METALS NEW YORK, Sept. 30. Copper firm: electrolytic Bpot and nearby 12t4(S12r later 121Z. Tin: firmer; spot and nearby 2G.75 26.87: futures 27.25. Iron firm; un changed. Lead: steady; spot 4.70ifJ 4.75. Zinc: firm: East St. Louis delivery spot 4.50. Antimony; spot COO. COTTON FUTURES NEW YORK, Sept. SO. Cotton futures closed steady: October 20. 0; December 20.88; January zu.84 March 20.30; May 19.75. . COTTON NEW YORK, Sept. 30. Cotton closed steady net 2 points lower to 23 noints hifcher, the more active monihs being one to 15 points above last night's final quotations. Spot cotton quiet 21.30. o Snapshots of Mars, as if the planet were but a mile and a .half away, are promised in 1924 by an American scientist, collaborating with a prom inent American astronomer. Profes sor Todd, astronomer, has found a mine shaft at Chpn.tral, Chili, the shpft of which wi'l be used as the barrel o! the telescope. Mars will be at its zenith over this shaft several times ia 1324. Of Operation motion pictures of surgical operations. Y OF FALLEN CASA GRANDE, Sept. 29 The body of Fred Humphries, In whose memory the local post of the Amer ican Legion is named, arrived Fri day morning for burial in this city Humphries, who was a member of Co. A, 11th lnfa.itry, lost ' his life during the Argonna drive, on Octo ber 22, 1918. The funeral will be held at the Christian church, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. A. S. Baillie deliv ering the sermon. Music will be fur nished by the ladies' lyrio quartet. The local legion post will have charge of the body from the time Of its ar rival and at the- grave. The dead soldier is survived by his father and mother and a sister. Mrs. Tula Copening, all of Sierra City, Calif- and a brother, H A. Humphries of Phoenix. Fred Humphries Is the fourth Casa Grande soldier to be brought home from France, the others being Math ew Rivers, un Indian, who Is buried at Sacaton: Chindo Lopez, who rests here, and Sam Clarke, who was taken to his former home in Unity, Ohio, and buried. ' Fitzsimmons and Jennings have opened a milk station in the Boroff building at the corner of Florence and First streets. The room has been thoroughly cleaned and white enam eled and the proprietors are striving to keep the station one of the most sanitary in the state. Don Trecklo returned from Los An geles Sunday morning and brings the news that a little daughter arrived In his home on Sept. 6, who has been named Mary ' Louise. Mrs. Treckle and daughter will return to their home here later. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Milbum arrived from California the first of tha week, making the trip overland. They ex pect to make their home here. Mr. Milburn is an architect of wide expe rience. Saturday evening the music depart ment of the Woman's club presented the musical sketch, "A Dress Re hearsal," by Louis Diehl. The cast follows: Miss Jones, principal of the school, Nelle Bryant. Mabel Kpinard, French governess, Nelle Campbell. Amy Fibbs, also Cinderella, Blanch Denton. Clara Wilkins, also prince, Fanny Miller. Rose Jennings, also fairy godmoth er, Mae Klauer. Sarah Ann, greedy girl, Edith De- clercq. Sophonisba Spivlns, romantic girl, Leslie Wilson. Martha Higgins, spiteful sister, Edith Sargent. Carrie Jackson, spiteful sister, Esta isayiess. Mrs. Jarey, elocutftm teacher, N, Bess Prather. Miss Prudence Pinchbeck, Angela Hammer. Servant Maxlne Sargent Hum'pie Goldye Foreback Jvajicy Jane Helen Hudson Carribell Lueile Hudson Charlotte Mary Gurley Henrietta .Opal McNatt Lucretia Thelma John Two new teachers have arrived this week to take up their work in the local, high school. Miss Abigal Howard of Boulder, Colo., who has charge of all commercial subjects, and Miss O'Brien of North Dakota, who will have charge of music and art in the entire school. The high school gave its first party of the year Friday evening, when the upper classmen entertained for the faculty members and the freshmen, A Chinese laundryman of this place was arrested Tuesday afternoon by a federal inspector and a deputy united States marshal, who took him to Phoenix Tuesday evening as a fed eral prisoner. The Chinaman, who went under several names, was found to be receiving narcotics through the mails. The drugs were - sent him wrapped in the folds of a roll of pa pors. Brewton A. Hayjie, local attorney. came in Monday from Berkley, where he spent an enjoyable month with his family The College club entertained in formally Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. G. Wilson in honor of Mrs. Ijibert Allan, who left that evening for Los Angeles to make her home. The afternoon was spent a cards and refreshment a were served Mrs. Allan served as secretary of the .:vb the ppst yenr. She will leave in about a week. F. J. ('rider horticulturist from th j, stale university, will be the speak- SOLDIER ARRIVES S0UTHS1DE NEWS OFFICE SOUTHSIDE DEPT. IS 8. Macdonald St Ph. 341, Mesa ' ' TEMPE AGENCY Laird & Dines Drug Store pViona 22 GILBERT AGENCY Gilbert Pharmacy Phone Mas 1R2 JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB FUMED III TEMPE TEMPE, Sept. 20. Mrs. T. J. Pres cott of Phoenix, state organizer of ju venile music clubs, will be present at a meeting called for 4 o'clock Tues day afternoon at the Tenth street school for the purpose of organizing a juvenile club in Tempe. All chil dren between the ages of 6 and 14 years are urged to be present at this meeting, whether they are studying music or not. as both active and as sociate members will be taken into the club. Parents of children of the required age are also cordially invited to at tend and bear Mrs. Prescott tell of the object and purpose of the juvenile club and of the great benefit the children derive from it. . Those in charge of the club were very for tunate in securing Mrs. H. Q- Mortca as director. Mrs. Morton is the moth er ot four children who will be mem bers of the club. Leave for Deer Hunt A party . Including Lon Winsor, Clarence westover and Martin Rohrig left Thursday evening on a deer hunt. They expect to be goue several days. Receivee Order Booke Mr. Steele, who conducts a clean Inar establishment In the Talbott paint shop, has received order books from the Koyai lauor nouse oi v.m cago, of all the latest styles in iwn's suits, and is now prepared to take orders.. Mr. Steele also e'eans and blocks ladies' and men's hats m coa nection with his cleaning works. Here From Akron. WMia Mr. and Mrs. William Campbell of Akron. Ohio, and Mr. ml MM. uen Wilson of Niagara Falls are visiting at the Painter home enroute to i.ts Angeles, where they will spend tne winter. Thev made the trip by auto and visited many points of interest on their way here. Wnmin'i Benefit Association Thera will be a meeting of the Woman's Benefit association Tuesday afternoon. A good attendance is at- ''red.. . , . R.llv Div at Canaregattonal Church Sunday will De ooservea oy inc noTierezational Sunday school as Rally day. Special services at the usual hour. 10 oVlock. There win oe rmdiiation from the primary depart ment. special music a story ivi vm dren and other features of Interest to on it 4. desired that a record at . . . i.ii. tendance be reached and all members and , prospective members ot tne rhnni Ira ursed to be present. A men', Hiuniiinn class Is getting un der way. Now is the time to enroll for this and other adult claeses. Meeting of Musical uepartmenx ox Woman's Club A very rood meeting of the musical department of the Tempe Woman s club was held at tne cnnnan counu Tkr,i,v nvenini. Work for tne J . ... J lL , coming winter was aiscuseeo unu mis uimn'i nroerram was adopted. The -.. nuiinr will be nelu UCT. 14 a which time "Mac DowelP will be studied. Miss Kathereen Seudder will have charge of the program. At Brand canyon Xfr Amanda Richards, formerly of Tempe but now living in Phoenix, is entnvintr a vacation at the Grand Canyon with friends. WANTED Experienced salesgirl with knowledge of English and Span ish. The Popular Htore. Tempe. tha nsxt meeting of the Worn -inh in the Christian church, Saturday afternoon, uct. . meeting on "The City Beautiful" is nl the hands of the civics depart ment Mrs H. E. Brubaker, chair man, who has asked County Agent Turville to lead. The meeting wm u an open one anu should be well at' The Woman's club will give Its an nus! recenUon to tha teachers Jrn day evening, Oct. 14, in tne corriaor of the grammar school. T.ast Monday evening an organlza tion to be known as the Philanthropic Society of Casa Grande was launcnea at a meeting in the chamber of com merce rooms which was attended by a reDresentative of eacn loage, church and club In town. Officers were elected and a committee to draft a constitution appointed. Walter Walker of Tulsa came in Wednesday for a surprise visit with his mother. Mrs. G. McChristlan. Mr. and Mrs. M. V. wooipen nave a daughter who arrivea uieir hnma earlv Wednesday morning, R. Swansey. James Wilson ana Pitts Wilson went to photilx Wed nesday night to attend the Masonic lodge. J. a. Grossman. C. K. otey. wo mer Ward and L. A. Keith left on Thursday on a deer hunting trip. New settlers are coming in every day. L. L. Thompson and wire are hnilding. as arc R. R. Rice and wife of Oregen. The Thompsons will oe ioined by their son, who Is at pres ent In the Whipple barracks. Jesse Wilson ot Indiana also is building in this locality. J. B. Mills of Tucson spent sev eral days visiting the Oteys, enroute to San Diego to spend the winter. The women of the Christian" church held a well attended meeting Wednesday afternoon at which plans were discu&sed for the annual ba- xaar which ia to be held late in Oc tober. The women of the Christian church held a well attended meeting Wed nesday afternoon at which plans were discussed for the annual bazaar which is to be held late in October. The old warehouse occupied by Grossman and Keith was moved this week 100 feet to the west onto the foundation of the adobe Ice house, so that the railroad may open up Sacaton street, as ordered by the corporation commission. The Ellis :afe.- which is located in the old postofflce building, opened for business yesterday. H. J. Ellis, the proprle.or. Is also the owner of a restaurant in Chandler. Mark McNatt showed the pictures of all Casa Grande youngBters under 8 years at a special matinee and eve ning show Wedn sday evening. There were r.4 pictures in all. Besides a special picture was shown. Q Jumping Into a partly filled silo Instead of using ladder caused the death of a farner livlnc in Nbianka. He vug overcome by yujjund died 'before rescuers arrived. CHANDLER AGENCY Cardner & Harmer Drug Store Phons 21 GOODYEAR AGENCY J. E. Flanagan Refreshment Parlor HIGHWAY BOOSTERS OF FLORENCE JOIN MESA, Sept. 30 More than half a hundred good roads boosters from Florence. Mesa and other parts of the Salt River valley participated In an enthusiastic meeting held here Thursday night under the auspices of the Mesa Commercial club.- Dinner was served at the Rex hotel, marking the opening of the dining room there, and the banquet was followed with the informal business meeting ana program of talking. The affair was given complimentary to the delega tion of Florence business men who visited the city Thursday evening. State Engineer Thomas MaaaocK was the guest of honor at the dinner and spoke at length on the good roads movement throughout the state. Me told of-how every county is satisfied with the road Improvement program that is going on satisfied to the ex tent that every other county is get ting the best of it. His remarks tended to explain the program of road building as carried out by the state highway department and he clarified the situation greatly In the minds of many who were possibly doubtful aa to the advisability of certain projects. Mr. Maddock stated that the work of paving the three-mile stretch be tween Phoenix and Tempe will be started at once. L. H. Van Spanckeren presided at the meeting and Introduced Mayor Dan Kllehman as toastmaster. Among the speakers who were called on were Sidney J. Ross, president of the Arizona Automobile club; Harry Welch, secretary of the Phoenix chamber of commerce; C. O. Jones of Tempe. Mayor J. Q. Keating and Mr. Burns of Florence, C. Fred ttracKett, M. J. Dougherty, George A- Johnson and W. K. Stewart of Mesa. Play Indians Saturday Mesa high will start its football season Saturday, a game being sched uled on Friday with the Salt Klver Indian team. Announcement -of the contest was made by Superintendent Hendrix at the- pep meeting held by the students of Mesa high Friday afternoon and some 15 minutes were devoted to yell practice and other means of arousing the necessary pep to back the team to victory. Lyceum tickets were also dlstribtued to etu denta who are to carry on the itcket selling campaign. SVhe nucleus of this aeason'a team is built around those left over from the squad of last year and while It is early In the season yet. Mesa Hign boosters are confident that they are going to have a rattling good eleven. Among the old members of the team In uniform this year are BpusDury, Smith. Wallace, the Lewis brothers, Pearce and Albert Guthrie. New timber has filled in the holes and the eleven Is going onto the field Satur day with all expectations of putting over a victory. The game will be played on the high school field, play being started at S o clock. ate Set For Lehi Fa'r ' Committees working on the dis trict fair for Lehi thia year met at the school house Thursday evening and practically completed all of their details for the big event. The fair will be held on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 11 and 12. It was definitely ae elded. Tha committees on arrange ments of the agricultural exhibit, the Dorta urogram and the entertain ment program reported and Indicated that they bad their work well under wav. A decision waa made to levy a tax of 1 cent per acre on all of the land under the Lehi district to aerray expenses of the fair. Payments may be made to T. R. McClelland at the Lehi store. It was said tYiday. Surorisa For Departing Teacher Members of the chemistry class a Mesa High sprung a surprise party on their teacher. Prof. A. Z. Smith Fridav afternoon. Mr. Smith has re siened his position on the teaching force at Mesa High and will depart Boon for Nogales where he will be nnraeed In aa-ricultural wora. rTO feesor Stone has been engaged to fill the vacancy on the high school atari. Cams Fire Girls Meet ; Members of the Camp Fire Glvli will hold an Important business meet Ing at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the home of their guardian, Mr W. R. Stewart on west becona ve nue. No Cantaloupe Meeting O. C. Jones stated Friday that the proposed meeting of cantaloupe rmwera planned for Saturday after noon has been postponed. Several me nexDected to attend the meeting are out of the valley, and conditions 4 are auch .that he deemed it aaviae able to postpone the meeting. Na Lattuea Thia Year T.ettuce will not be grown In the Mesa district this year, according to an announcement maue r riaay wmn tnted that the S. A. Gerrara coin pany had withdrawn its contract for 150 acres In thia field, lettuce grow ers at a meeting several weeks ago vnlced several objections to tne pro posed contract with the commission CLARK'S MARKET GROCERY Special for Today 10 lbs. Sugar 75 iWailon jar"'i'l AA Comb Honey vXvU Just arrived a complete line of crackers and cookies. Our baby beef, veal and lamb cannot be excelled. Call 58 and have our solicitor call. Prompt deliveries. MESA MEETING firm and submitted a, statement ask ing that certain changes be made. The Gerrard company, according to the announcement Friday, concluded that it already had sufficient acreage elsewhere and consequently with drew from the Mesa district. One hundred and fifty acres were to be contracted for here, it was said. After Deer T. J. Corn. Jack Campbell, C. A. Cave and J. W. Mougeot left Friday morning for parts unknown to garner their share of the deer on the open ing of the season Oct. 1. Tonsils Removed Dorothy Griffin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Griffin of 284 East First avenue.. underwent an operation at the Southside Community hospital Friday morning for the removal of her tonsils. She recovered from the operation well and the parents ex pected to remove her home Friday evening. Returns From Shoot Leonard R. Dykes returned Wed nesday from Camp Perry. Ohio where he participated in the national riflo shoot aa a member of the Arlznm national guard team. Mr. Dykes will resume hia work Monday as a mem ber of the faculty at the Phoenix Union High school. Southside Theaters Today Majestic. Mesa James Oliver Cur- wood a famous drama of the snow country entitled "God's Country and the Woman, featuring William Duncan; comedy "Country Heir." Gilbert Mary Miles Minter In The Little Clown," comedy Larry Semond in "The Rent Collector. Tempe "The Stealers" all star cast. Ford Weekly. Chandler "Nobody's Kla .featur lng Mae March; Mutt and Jeff car toon. Carrier pigeons will be used for dis seminating news of the convention of the United Mine Workers of America In Indianapolis, September 20. In this manner miners in the fields will be informed of the convention pro ceedlnga. The Arizona Republican is the recognized want advertising medium of Arizona. REPUBLICAN RATE IJJc per word per day, with order; minimum charge 2Sc PHONE YOUR Ads received before 8 S. m. will be properly classified. After 8 p. m. will appear under "Too Late to Classify" on following morning, and thereafter under proper classification. Orders by mail should b accompanied by ' remittance and ad dressed to The Arizona Republican Want Ad Department, Phoenix, Arizona AUCTION8 Auction Sale Jerry Doyle's Auction Yard TBIRD AVE. AND JEFFERSON ST. OCT. 1, 1921 BALE CALLED AT 1:20 P. M. Livestock Several good work mules and horses, cows and chickens. A Nice Line of Furniture A Big Variety Of Farm Tools List Your Property WithUs For Auction ICE WATER FOR ALL C. 0. McMurtry, . Auctioneer J.-P. Hannan, Clerk. Auction Sat, Oct. 1st, 1P.M. Phoenix Auction House, 441 North Center street. A big sale of good stuff. Simmons ivory beds and springs with new 40-pound white cotton mattress; 1 old Ivory bedroom suite consisting of dresser, dressing table, bed spring and mattress. Cof fee urns, dressers, center tables, din ning tables, 1 invalid's, commode, rockers, dining chairs, sanitary cots, sewing machines, kitchen cabinets, 1 Grafonola, baby beds, high chairs. Ice boxes and refrigerators, 21 quilts, 63 bed sheets, 30 blankets. 5 table spreads. 87 pillows, wood cots, steel cots, pads and mattresses, rugs, one 4-burner Perfection oil range, a good one; I-burner oil Stoves, wood cook stoves, gas ranges, oil heaters, gas plates and many other things too numerous to mention. Bring us your goods. Everybody come. Masoner & Taylor Auctioneers Auction Sale At 441 N. Center St. In addition to our big sale as ad vertised, we have Just received a fine consignment of good stuff. 9 Ax minster rugs, a beautiful bedroom set of solid walnut consisting of a dress er, chiffonier and bed; dining room set, table, 6 chairs to match; good auto tent, beds, chairs and rockers'. Do not miss this sale. Come If or.ly to say Howdy. Masoner & Taylor Auctioneers it GOVERNOR TO SET ASIDE RED CROSS DAY Holding It to be the duty of every American citizen to support the Red Cross, Governor Thomas E. Camp bell will designate November 13 as Red Cross Sunday. An executive proclamation will add an Impetus to the Annual Roll Call, according to George Filmer, manager of the Pacific coast division, who asked the co-operation of Governor Campbell In the movement. In his reply to Mr. Filmer, the gov ernor wrote that he would be glad to designate a day for the roll call. "I shall see to it that, for once, an exception is made to my rule not to Issue proclamations in close proximity and that November. 13th, Red Cross Sunday, is suitably desig nated as such In the state of Ari zona," the governor advised Mr. Filmer. The splendidly org.uiized and tt ficlf i t administration of mercy by the American Red Cross calls for the whole-hearted support of the Ameri can people and it is inconceivable that there should, be any bampeiing of Its beneficent activities through the failure to provide the necessary" funds. We can never afford to dis pense with its services. To support the Red Cross to the limit of cur in dividual ability is, therefore, the man ifest duty of every American citizen.1 o Kindling a fire by plunging a stick Into water waa the unusual exper ience of members of the National Geographical society in Katmai Na tional Monument. Alaska. Natural steam Issuing from a vent, in the earth's surface had a temperature of 645 degrees centigrade. A stick thrust Into this steam burst Into flame Im mediately WANT ADS no discount for time or space cash ADS TO 4331 AUCTIONS Guess Auction 27South Fifth Ave. Saturday Oct. 1st, 1P.M. A complete line of household fur niture consisting of the following: Extra good beds, springs, mattresses, library tables, dressers, center stands, rockers, dining tables and chairs to match,, dressing table and -bench, cots, sewing machines, kitchen tables, re frigerators, gas ranges, gas plates, heaters, both oil and wood; rugs, dishes, tinware, cooking utensils, clothing and everything what la. We sell everything every Saturday. We run the largest furniture clearing house in Phoenix. Our place is known as the buyers paradise and the sellers haven, they, both get a 60-50 deal here. Goods - bought for cash oe sold on commission. List your goods early. J. B. GUESS THE AUCTIONEER PHONE 4779 b AUCTION FIRST AVE. AND JEFFERSON EVERT SATURDAY WE BUY OR SELL. PHONE 3013 JEFFERSON ST. AUCTION HOUSE tf FOR SALE REAL E8TATE FOR SALE $273 cash, two large lots, all fenced for chickens, three room house and chicken house, city water, lots of shade. Price 11450 and 125 per month. Hollywood Heights. 2ft5 E. Madison St. b LOOK FOR SALISBURY'S DAILY USED CAR SPECIAL tf CHOICE 75 foot front corner lot. In Chelsea at a bargain. P. O. Box 1235. tt Lots For Sale on northeast and northwest corner of Palm Lane and Seventh street. Owner can be seen at house on the northeast corner. tf FOR SALE Lot 50xl3S ft., small 1-room house, shade trees, nice lawn, some fruit trees, cesspool, chicken yard, lights, water, 1 block car line; price l75; on terms. 2240 North Davtnn St. ' d Sacrifice Have you been waiting for a real buy in 22 acres of good land, north east, close to Phoenix. I can sell this at a price and on terms that wilt surprise you. Might also take city property in exchange. As this is a real bargain, better see me quick. SEE WHEELER WITH MEYERS INVESTMENT CO., 33 N. First Ave. Phone 410 d LOT for sale, cheap; $100 sacrifice for a quick sale; Oakland addition. See owner, A. Swanson, at Alhambra. BUY FROM OWNER Lot northeast, S250 cash, balance to suit. On Indian school car line, four blocks to Osborn school. City water, lights, lawn, and young shade. Lot fenced. Will consider Ford car. In quire at Osborn Grocery, corner Os born Road and Indian car line. d FOR SALE SO acres between Beardsley and Marinette and one and one-half miles from railway station; a very desirable piece of land and must be sold within 30 days. Terms can be arranged al--most any way you desire. Inquire at 530 West Adams or Phone 2.121. Kenilworth Lot Cheaper than any well located lot in Phoenix. Best location In Kenil worth and it's a shame to print the price. Come in today. The price and to-n- -- within your me'rs. , 'ES & CUMMINS Don't puune. 02 liijfel Bldf.