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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1921-
PAGE NINE V- ... h Republican A. P, Leased Wire StW YORK. Nov. 29. Today's Ktiick trading was unusually active mad broad, as evidenced by sales of .4,tH' shares and turnover of NMit IIS.SOO.OOO par value in bonds. Tfce latter exceeded any total in sev eral months. Bonds were the center of attrac tion, especially government issues. No less than seven Liberty aeries mounted to highest records for a 5 ear or two. Railway shares again dominated, and oils, coppers and Vtor specialties and tobacco kept taore or less even pace. Backward ness was shown by steels and equip ment and heaviness of miscellaneous Ism contributed to the market's vndrrtooe trend. l-esr. rtoeoucit 8iii depression and several agricultural Iwuea reacted. Aside from rails, which hrfei firm, the general list -sri under liquidation in the final hour, call money's rise to 614 per ct-nt causing selling for both ac counts. rieaiinrs In foreign exchange were light. The demand for sterling, i-fx-a and Scandinavian remittances m immiL notwithstanding the Approach of December which usually t .rrnfrs hitvr purchases of food and cotton Lilla leading European centers, niranng war issues did not ehare la the rise of Liberty bonds but South a ri&n ifcnuea were strong. Many industrials, including United States ateeL .trengtnenea percepi ibiy and several new underwriters l.w moderate amount were oversuu cri'oeJ.' Chicago Board. rmcARo. Sov. 29. Wheat under went a decline in price today largely v.- nt rpacLion from the recent advance of more than 12 cents. There ' n nnwttlcd 2L to 3c net i..r m-iih December 1.1154 to 1.11 and May 1J54 to 1.15H; corn lost i. t l'. to !. Oats finished vnchamred to Ho off and, provisions 2 to 10 cents. Mir.T traders in wheat took the iKaation that a, setback In values was to be expected, as the technical posi tion of the market had been weakened v. it,. Kr advance. Selling by com- rriisalon houses became more general Wttd there was consiaeraDie uquiaa nn nt recember holdings. Bearish sentiment acquired further Impetus from advices telling of general rain in Argentina and from assertions that Minneapolis millers were seeking . .ninhcr one northern wheat in t;an da with bifls only one cent from a working basis, r urtnermore resaiea of hard winter wneai at uverpwi .irht cents under cost were an nouncc-d. and it was -said Argentina wheat was being offered at 1.27 cif Europe, against 1.3li.4itt i"t United States wheat by way of the Gulf of Mexico. The finish was at .snnt the lowest level of the day. V.m was decreased by lack of sup port and by predictions that colder eat her would bring .enlargement of ,int Oats were better sustainea s a result of buying by elevator in terests. . , ... Pmvisiom averaged lower with bogs. GLENDALE -:-:-PEORilA ' Northside Department Advertising News Subscriptions G. M. DEAN, Manager. Carrick Realty Co.', Glendale. Phone 8 Glendale ii 111 CUM CAMPAIGN BY THE EPWORTH LEAGUES tive: mostly 70c lower than yester day's average top, $7.10 paid for 150 to 160 pound averages; 180 pound weights, fl.Oa; bulk. $6.75(87.00: pigs, iu to iso lower; bulk desirables, $7.00 I. IV. SHEEP Receipts. 14.000: active teady to strong: choice fed western lambs to city butchers. $10.25: bulk fat lambs, $9.50g10.10; choice handy ewes, .io; duik natives, $3.504.2a; guoa iat lamos, is.8iW8.50, KANSAS CITY KANSAS CITY. Nov. 29 CATTLTC Receipts, 17,000; beef steers and fat sne stock dull: weak to 25c lower lew yearlings, $8.50: best heavv steers, 7.2o; other early sales, $5.00 7.00; lew cows, $4.60; bulk, $3.50 4.00; calves strong to 80e hlsrher: u. veaiers, i5.uuras.50T most heavy GLENDALE. Nov. 29. The Ep uu meaiura weignt, S.507.00; oth- -ftrfh the First Methodist "JLTXIZ 7. ' ?l,,Tu can" church are earning on a "Vvin-My ners largely around, $2.50; cutters Chum" campaign which began Sun 4.oocs.; hulls mostly day, November 27. aVid a series of leeaers. Did. sh.uo. HUUS Receipts. 13.000- mnctlv 10c lower: fairly active: ton. 18.83: paid by packers and shippers for 200 pouna nogs; DU1K of sales $6,650 o oa; pacxing sows aoout 10c lower; mostly, 5.756.00; pigs, 10 to 15c lower; top, 18.75. fctUifc.P Receipts. $.000: IcilHna- i . . . ' a i AtiA. am ir w- -m. uwia.-i classes steady to loc higher: most dav nieht. and Lewis A. Meyers on oneWe3, 3-,o-0; Idaho lambs, Friday . night. Much Interest has $9.40; fed westerns, $9.35; natives, 1 been mnifested In this movement by fJ" H I the different members and it Is ex- ' DENVER J pected that much good will be the JJL,i v r.rt, ;OV. 23 CATTLE P.. niitmm. (if th movement. ceipts, 2,200; strong; beef steers. $5.00 I Plan Entertainment Phone 8 Phone 105 R3 Peoria Many Men Given Employment On Highways Through Federal Aid evening of December 15. On account of the serious illness of Mrs. II. C. Mann, the grandmother of Webb Thompson, one of the principal mem bers of the cast, it was decided to It Is estimated by engineers that , highways being constructed in the United States through federal aid were on Oct. SI giving employment to about 250,000 men. either directly on the actual road construction or in directly in the production and trans portation of materials which enter into the construction. Seventy-five million dollars be comes available as federal aid for road construction in the various states, the money to be spent under the supervision of the bureau of pub lic roads, department of agriculture, under the federal highway act rec ently signed by the president. In ad- delay the play for a period of two ditjon $15,000,000 is appropriatien for v ccftn , - I noHnnnl forest rnnna CI... D.Lk.J 1 ' Jiw nvuueo I n., . , , , , . , Knmetim rinrino. tho nie-ht Mnn- . " a waiea. Keep day, an unknown thief, robbed the case in front of the Toggery store. Merchandise to the amount of $30 was taken. The case contained a these men at work on the roads, so far as weather conditions will per mit, and thereby prevent the unem ployment situation from becoming sheepskin lined coat and numerous m0!f,!tri"fLyit,iO.llt th.!.neW a? pairs of sox. Manager Reynolds notified the of ficers and a finger print expert was. sent out to photograph the prints. However the case was so marked propriations many of the states would soon have been forced to curtail their work for lack of funds. The $75,000,000 represents the fed eral government's appropriation to meeting. Twill be conducted this week U11" Print th incriminat- the work of building highways in the at thegunday fflSTwlS evidence could be .f.ound. various states and au.t be matched the use to which the $275,000,000 previously appropriated has been put, according to officials of the United States department of agriculture. Practically $200,000,000 of that money has been put to work in projects which are either entirely completed or now under construction. The ex act amount was $199,823,427 on Oct. "1. To match this amount the state have appropriated $265,529,000, mak ing a total of $465,352,517. The roads to be paid for by this country, if placed end to end. would encircle the earth and extend from New York to San Francisco on the second lap, ' the total mileage of the roads under construction and com pleted being reported by the bureau of public roads as 27,000 miles on Oct. 3L Of this mileage 9555 miles is in projects which are entirely com pleted and the contractors dis charged. The balance of 17,445 miles is in projects which are still under construction, but which were 69 per cent complete on Oct. 31. In these projects there is, therefore, the equiv alont of 12,000 miles of completed road, so that the completed road to date totals over 21.000 miles. SOUTHSIDE NEWS OFFICE SOUTHSIDE DEPT. 15 S. Macdonald St Ph. 341, Mesa TEMPE AGENCY Laird & Dines Drug Store Phone 22 GILBERT AGENCY Gilbert Pharmacy Phone Mesa 1R2 CHANDLER AGENCY Gardner & Harmer Drug Store Phone 21 GOODYEAR AGENCY 'J. E. Flanagan Refreshment ' Pariop are located in the little buiicnni? on the grammar school campus. These meetines will be held Wednesday, Thursdav and Friday of this week. On each of these nights there will be a speaker. Rev. David Roberts will sneak on Wednesday night; a. J Rogers, D. D- of Phoenix, on Thurs- Ladies To Hold Bazaar I dollar for dollar, by funds from the The T-arfies' Airt r.r the Firat Mtn. state treasuries, except in states odist church will hold a bazaar Sat-I where more than 5 per cent of the urday night. December 3. In the old area is unappropriated puouc lano. Glendale Cafe building next to the! The $75,000,000 appropriated is for Uiendale Meat market. It has been I the fiscal year endine June SO, 1923, requested that it be announced that land $25,000,000 of the sum is available all ladies are expected to bring in I immediately, the balance becoming their donations to the fancy work I available on Jan. 1. 1922. booth not later than Thursday. These The federal highway act In a gen- articles may be left with Woods eral way resembles the rederal aid Pharmacy or with M, . Chris Sheets, act of 1916, but contains several new It has been planned that this even- features. Administration of the act ing will be one of fun and Joy. Miss by the secretary of agriculture, and Blackman's Sunday school, class will under him the bureau of public roads, 6.25; cows and heifers. fa.TBffiiK ooY Th 1rtiP. the Olendle chapter have charge of the fish pond: there remains unchanged. i - ' ' I - ItX-fll n fnnritt rrlr hnnth nvf Orion I AA'ti t rTo tiaur I waives, to.ounfs.su; Duns, $2.008.00; I I the Eastern Star are planning an stockers and feeders, $4.25 6.00, lJliB Receipts. 1.100L Trnrl.-ct sieaay; top. $7.10; bulk, $6.25(fii7.00. feHKEP Receipts, 2,000; ong: lambs, $7.508.75; ewes. $2.504.00; LIBERTY BONDS TSliW YORK. Nov. 29 T.iWt- bonds closed: J-'s. $96.40: firar $97.00; second 4's. 196.30: first iti-. $97.42; second 4Vs, $97.08; third 44 ' '; lourtn 4-s, $97.38; Victory 11'. n r .a. . . .... . J 7 o, victory B, $99.88, entertainment which will be given Tuesday nieht. December 6. The en tertainment will be on the order of a social and many novel and interest ing features are being planned. The main feature of the evening will be a repetition of the local talent play that was given at the woman's ciuo will be a fancy work booth overladen with Christmas gifts and suggestions. In addition to this there will be an excellent chicken pie supper served for a nominal amount. Entertain at Card Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moore were hosts at cards Monday night, three tables being present. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Moore of What tlfe new appropriation will mean to the country can be judged by TEMPE FARM BUREAU TO HEAR REPORT Of PAVING TOMORROW 5100 FINES GIVEN FIVE IN MESA ON GAMBLING CHARGE MESA, ICoy. 99. One hundred do!- WOMAN CLUB WILL MEET TUESDAY EVE. An evening meeting- of the Wo man 0I11K $ Annnuncpri fnr Tuefidav. program a . yet" have ,not been worked ernoon either at P. c. corner or in facuUy ot the University of Arizona nut hut will nubliehed in a lew w.. -.. r .i 1 j . . . . TEMPE. Nov. 29. The Temne Farm Bureau Will hold a regular I lars fine or 100 days at hard labor meeting at 8 p. m. Thursday in the I was the sentence imposed on five hia-h school. The meetine will be of I men when they were found eullty The average cost per mile of the 1 unusual Interest to Tempo Deo Die on I of charges of gambling In Judge Wil- roads built with federal aid has been I account of some action being taken in J 'iara Newell's court in Mesa Tuesday Detween fw.uuu ana sib.uou. .More i the matter of the load paving pro-1 atiernoon, a motion tor appeal was than half the money has been spent I mm. iiM.r. c. n jonn McLean. I made by M. J. DauKherty. represent. for roads with the highest types1 of I Miller and Hudson will have somel lrS the defendants, and the -court surface, such as concrete, brick ana i interesting facts to report. I "xea ineir Don as at $200 each. hitummous concrete, put a very large i Dr. R. J. Mitrht has consented to . men, j. . tK inner, jearl mileage of roads of the cheaper type, I eiVe a discussion of the problem of I Osborne, Mark Marshall. Homer such as srravel and sand-clay, has I ,Ka.iiinia n iivMtnrtr Th) of! labor ana C. M. Parons. were ar- been built where such types would 1 itself will be worth much to every treated about 1:30 Thursday morning withstand the wear of the traffic. I atockman. especially dairymen. I in a small room In the rear of the Prior to five years ago the fed- I tnrt from anme of the members I Parsons Brothers pool hall on West eral government took no active part I tne recently formed dairy organi- I Main street by Kight Captain Brown In the road construction or the coun-I zatlon will be arranged for If pos- try. Today about one-half of all the ,iDie. Come out and learn where roaas mat are Deing duui are oeing i you can serve your community, aided by the government financ,a,iy Forward Campaign ana tne consirucuon is s.uujeci io im . r th. lar of the Tempe Christian church ed nesday night plans were made tor a forward campaign. There will be midweek service at the church every Wednesday night at y:ju o'clock tmtil Christmas. Wednesday inspection and approval of federal en gineers. , . j j .m;. 1 rc: mr. ai iasi - ? " Phoenix; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barrows , i" '"" of Phoenix; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur of oanemg. u, pvec... " "'" Phoenix; Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Pearson, r." . Ji. t and Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Patterson xns Mar ior me iMusuiiic jiuiuw en dowment Fund. The details ot the NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Furnished av W w. LiWHnu Logan & Bryan Private Wire I Commercial Hotel Rlrfn American Can si American International 38?i American Locomotive 95 American Smelting & Refining. 42 American Tel. & Tel. Co. 116 American Woolen ou 90 98 37 6ahk .123 $1 . 60 46 23H 33 Ti out but will be published in a few yard a voman-a Club. Finder re days. . .. turn Mrs. J. F. Lewis. Reward. b i-ocaxes nara W. 11. U., i- oster. a aentisi. ueut-v-i tjit 4Tnt-csl ts mft Ing In the future of Glendale has ,bs . Deanut . IOc ib auri ne Thanks- R. 1. Mesa. adv-ti IUULMM IIHIUII1U Atchison Baldwin Locomotive .. Baltimore & Ohio Bethlehem Steel (B). . Canadian Pacific Central Leather Chesapeake & Ohio ... Chandler Motor Chi., Mil. & St. Paul . Chi, R. I. & Pac Ry, ' Foreign Exchange. virw YORK. Nov. 29. Foreign ex change Irregular. Great Britain demand 39S; cables 399H- France demand 94: cables 694. "ai? demand 407 H. cables 408. Belgium .i.....! tfiii. cables 662. Germany Remand Si'i; cables 364. Holland lemand SS45; cables 3551. Norway h iis Sweden demand 23d(I. Ti.nm.ri.- ilemand 1845. Switzerland demand 1900. Spain demand 1390. Greece demand 400. Argentina dem and S21J. Brazil ; demand 1300. Montreal 81H. ' CHICAGO CHICAGO No- . 29 CATTLE Re ceipts. 17.000: beef steers and fat she tock dull; first sales 15 to 25c low er; choice 1,703 pound steers, 19.00; bulk beet steers, 6.00S.75; butcher cows and heifers mostly $ 3.40 5.35; rmnm and cutters, S2.753.35; bulk bolognas. 13.60 $3.85; light niroi steadv: top. 39.50; fat calves dull; tailing steady. HOGS Receipts. 66,000; fairly ac- LIBERTY BONDS Bought For Cash Los Angeles Stock Exchange , Quotations . 1st Liberty SM ....$96.30 1st Liberty Conv. 4. .....$95.00 1st Liberty Conv. 4U $96.90 2nd Liberty 4 $95.50 2nd Liberty Conv. 44 $97.00 3rd Liberty 44 -...$97.35 4th Liberty 4H ..$97.37 5th Victory ...$99.82 A. W. COOTE Member Chicago Board of Trade Los Angeles Stock Exchange San Francisco Stock Exchange New York Curb Correspondent E. F. Hutton & Co. Members New Tork Stock Exchange Private Wires Coast- to Coast Adams Hotel Bldg. 119 North Central Ave. Phoenix Ariz. Pfione 1416 "Prompt and efficient service? Corn Products .' 88 uruciDie Bteei ................. 89 Cuba cane Sugar ! -crie 13 General Motors io Great Northern pfd. 76 Great Northern Ore , 32 hi Haskell & Barker SOhi International Paper 64 H Int. Mer. Marine pfd. .......... 66 M Invincible Oil 12 iaianu JLl ....... Zvfe LacKawaima Steel 42 Aiexican Jt etroieum 113 Midvale Steel 2ii missoun f acme 19 ?ew Tork Central 744 N. T., N. H. & Hartford 13 Norfolk & Western ............ 99H Northern Pacific .' 81 ran American Petroleum 61 ran American "ti 47 Pennsylvania 344 Pierce Arrow 131 Reading 7414 nep. iron & steel 50 ReUU Stores h2 Royal Dutch 454 Sinclair Cons 22 southern Railway 20 Southern Pacific 82 Studebaker Co. 76 Texas Co ; 1... 45H Tobacco Products 59V4 United Food 11 United States Rubber 49 United States Steel .: 82 united states Industrial Alcohol 38 Union Oil-Delaware 20, Union Pacific 131 Vanadium Corp. , 32 Virginia-Carolina Chem. ....... 31 Western Union 90 Westinghouse Electric 474 Willys Overland 6 . o ; n secured a lease on the suite l"8 giving week. Del Rto Poultry Farm. ... u ' : ',,. ti,. north of Lehl; Geo. G. Haws. Prop. Ino- rn jrtrtn HAtvinfl avenue . The! - ' ' . . office furnishings having arrived, are now being installed: and m a few days Dr. Foster will be ready to take nfll II TftW n I inM! care of the needs of the public. I UI II II I II UIIUII! Visit Bisbee Mr. and Mrs. C.' H. Rolfe are In Bisbee for a period of two weeks spending the time with Mrs. Rolf's parents. Postpone Play The benefit play that was to be given xnursnay nignt ecemer 1.. Tne Wa8ninKton Farm Bureau held at the auditorium of the Peoria ...... ..., .., grammar school by the Woman's club Tuesday eVenlng. a record attendance of Peoria has been postponed to the belng. prelient to hear tho excellent program on poultry raising. TOP G AT MEETING MERCANTILE PAPER NEW YORK, Nov. 29 Call money firmer: high 6, low 4, last loan bhi, closing bid 5, offered at 54. ruling rate 4H Time loans easy, 60 days, 90 days and 6 months. Prime mercantile paper, 6aU. BAR SILVER NEW TORK, Nov. 29 Foreign bar silver, 6714; Mexican dollars. 51. PRODUCE CHICAGO. Nov. 29 Potatoes steady; 'receipts, 67 cars; total Unit ed States shipments, 323; northern white, sacked. $1,5011.65 cwt.: ditto bulk, $1.551.7i cwt.: Idaho russets. $2.25 cwt.; Idaho rurals, $1.9002.05 cwt.; Minnesota Red Rivers. $1.30 1.50 cwt. Poultry, alive, higher; fowls, U 22c; springs, 22c; tureys, 30 cents; roosters, la cents. KANSAS CITY, Nov. 29 Butter and eggs unchanged. Poultry, hens. heavies, 1 cent higher, 12 a 19c; springs and turkeys unchanged. A. H Westfall was chairman of the even ing. He first presented Kate Luce of the government poultry station, who spoke on the "Farm Flock." M. E. Bemis enlarged on the same topic. They stated that successful poultry raising depended on four things: Good laying stock, good housing, good feeaing and cleanliness: also that the hen fed on an exclusive grain diet is a losing proposition. A. A. Wolfe, the poultry man, then gave an interesting talk and demonstration on how to eradicate "blue ticks' from fowls. The Christian Endeavor society met Friday night at the auditorium. The membership drive is getting ex cellent results, as over 60 were pres ent at the meeting. The next meet ing will be held Friday night as usual Instead of Saturday night, as planned. Harold Brownsberger will be leader. The Sunday school enjoyed an ex cellent attendance Sunday morning. The adult class elected Mrs. Hennl- gan as leader for the next three months, with Ed Robertson as her as sistant. This class plans to have will make an address on Grecian art. The talk will be illustrated with lan tern slides. There, will be a musical program. Whie not an open meeting, guest privileges will be permitted, accord ing to the announcement made by Mrs. Lloyd Christy, president, at yes terday's session of the club. The meeting yesterday was held under the auspices of the home eco nomics department, Mrs. J. P. Ivy. chairman, and among other inter estlng features was the talk by Robert Lewis of the El Vejel Rancho Co-operative Canning company of Chandler. Mr. . Lewis displayed samples of home grown fruits and berries and explained his method of Miinlnff . Tn conclusion he extended meeting jnvitatlon to the club to visit his Dlant. Mrs. F. O. Smith discussed the aim. scope and possibility of thrift In the home. Miss Doris Christy con tributed to the musical program. She sang "In An Old Fashioned Town," bv W. H. Sauire. and her encore, -The End rf the Pay," by Duffield, like her Initial number was well re ceived. ' Blanche Port Runyan was her accompanist and her own nura ber "On the Mount," by Grieg, dis played excellent technique. At the conclusion ot the program tea was served by Mrs. Ivy and airs, Ernest Munson. - o night. November 30, there will be anj ficers testified that they saw the iiiuiuiun u 1,.,., . vm- jju, m action tnat stakes varied mon denomination. Mr. Davis believes I from SO cents to SI and that they mat mere are 100 mimy "'"" 1 confiscated both the dice and the uons ana win present y'v";i pu money as evidence to be used in the by wnicn me iramuer unj uo '" lease. The local council of the parent- .i"" --a - r. J "rson. owner ot the pool haTl, i.rh.. a .aroint inn will moot nn - Ha, Ha arresiea at tfle Um DUt U18 Monday at 1ft a. m. at the Friendly Pa been .""arujed also. inere win case against him was later dismissed .,.. ,: ok. Tk... be several soios bom vocai mna in- by the court. ...i ti - 1 J.i-JiA.rj; strumental. All members and tnenas Hope to Start Temple Soon. us - K'"s'"iu u.. , f . . r(a ura-eil to attend I ,u.., i . .v- mil.. thA lM.r.h n f llr. f v - I wcw,u Vtatio uir L 1'W iii ohafrmnn n im.HK.niJ I11 meeting. menctment of work oo th proposed utinn fnr th. rn.r. r Mnth.r. I Spends Week-end in Tempo I Arizona Temple to be erected in " I n ... at t U.la I VI nan . 4Aa t. 4 . W J.JI It ia n annorl that Pirh nrrann at. I Alias ame wnc. ui vhchubi vv twi uiii am ucui- . uul .4i nARi tne veeKenii in lemuo uie i utitvu . uukh KainmriK nere mon the luncheon is to be riven to the! fcucst of Miss Irene Lacy. I day afternoon, were discussed by the ,.ttlpment houae to aid In furnl.hina- Will Have Refreshment Baxaar ; executive committee in charge at a ,w I The ladles who are in charge of the special meeting held Tuesday morn uc uniting 1 , .1,1V, -.ill K httlil I ine in h rfflf nt .T T Uni.nr A nnsimaa ua.i nmvti win - ' ' I - - . in the basement of the Methodist 1 letter was prepared by the com- church December 2 announce that there will be a refreshment booth tinder the management of Mrs. C. P. Mullen. Returns to Jerome TO COMPILE TAX 1 LM1EUENTS NEW , . . . Metals. YORK. Nov. The state tax commission Is com piling amendments to the tax laws since 1918 hich will serve as a sup- open discussion on topics suggested Plement to the J General Taxation and bv members, which promises to be I xieveuue f""'"" 29. Copper I made very interesting. The Sunday school extends a cordial invitation to firm; electrolytic spot and nearby the community to Join with it at the 13 later 1313T. morning service, which is from 9:45 Tin steady spot and nearby 30.00; till 11 every Sunday morning. This is futures 30.12. an interdenominational service lor Iron steady: unchanged. . I children and adults. Lead steady; spot 4.70. I The community social committee Zinc ouiet. Last St. Louis delivery, held a meeting Tuesday night at COPPERS Compiled for The Repjjlicar. by W. W. LAWHON Logan & Bryan Private Wire Commercial Hotel Bldg. q Anaconda ....45 .... Butte & Superior 17 .... Calumet & Arizona ...... 54 'i .... Cerro de Pasco ....34 .... Chile 12 .... Chino ; 26 .... Greene-Cananea 26 .... Inspiration 37 T .... Kennecott .....25H .... Miami 2o .... Nevada Cons 134 .... Ray Cons 1454 .... Utah 59 Va Dundee 60 SO Goodyear Tire 11 13 Goodyear Tire pfd 27 28 Green Monster 6 12 Jerome Verde 25 29 Magma 21 22 Magma Chief 4 6 New Cornelia 16'i 17 Ray Hercules 20 25 United Eastern 2 2ft Verde Extension 27 29 W. W. Lawhon Stocks, Bends, Grain. Cotton, Investments Logan & Bryan Private Wire Service We specialize in Liberty Loan Issues No. 39 South Central Ave., Commercial Hotel Bldg. spot 4.70. Antimony, spot 4.5a. o D- Local Produce T3 which plans for the staging of the Feoria Woman's club play were laid. Miss Elizabeth Beatty. speaking for the Presbyterian church board in Phoenix, brought up the subject cording to Charles R. Howe, chair man of the tax commission. Since the 191$ publication a num ber of amendments have been passed that have never been published. Mr. Howe said yesterday that he be lieved the supplement would be in the bands of the printers within the next two weeks. The commission yesterday received a letter of thanks from the Credit Lonnaise, the leading bank of France, for a copy ot the proceedings of the state board of equalization which was -o whether the community would help I forwarded on reiuest of the famou raise Miss Lucile Middleton's salary 1 banking institution, for the coming year as a worker! . o- smonff the voune neonie ff the ram-I '; mumty. The boards asks that the community raise one-third of the salary. Miss Beatty asked the mem bers of the committee to take it up with their various organizations. Miss Middleton has done some splen- BAZAAR AND TEA TO BE OVEN SATURDAY Local lettuce is arriving on the market m larger quantities and the heads are more firm according to a report yesterday. Local' Hubbard squash Is beginning to arrive on the market. Arizona oranges are re ported ripening rapidly and are ap-Liii wr.rir nmnnr i,u pearl ng on tne marKet 111 a small way. a' nartv composed of five families. bunch vegetables are very plentiful former residents of Montrose, Colo., asweuaa ixmi b eel potatoes, aius- tnjoyed a 8piendid turkey dinner on What promises to be one of the tard, Swiss chard, and Chinese cab- th- desert north of Vallev Hoichti Lmirt -oi-io- hniirinv cffnir. win he " " , S 1 xnanKsgiving oay. me members of the Junior Guild bazaar and bridge me can reueieu were iwo cars ori.hn nartv were V and Mr V. V. , h. hlrl ot th. Wmn'. clnh MOBmiigiuu uuuica, iwv vcus VI I u .it ns r .nil T ll.n.tcp IV mixea rruus ana vegetaoies, a car ot gIn8 Mr. and Mrs. v. S. Travis and .-.Cwtul. , ,w, .p,,, t ncu- son, Mr. ana Mrs. K. C. Robertson wooa tseiuieur appies, a car or pea- and 80n. and Mr. and Mrs. W. N uuls in me Biien vuiitsisuns ui xancy 1 Gaddy of Phoenix Miss Louise Freeland is home from AUTO STAGE TIME TABLE AUTO STAGES To Globe, Miami, Roosevelt Dam, over the Apache Trail I"fliiy. To Superior, Florence. Ray, Sonora. Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday. I.caxir.g Ray for Phoenix, Monday. Wednesday and Friday. To Tempe, lleta, Nuriy. To Chandler every other hour. Tc Fowler, Tolleson, Cashion, tdtvater. Avonilaie, Wanner. Litchfield, Liberty. Buckeye. Arlington and Ci.Wj'e l.'am. For further information phone 711 or 1465. UNION STAGE DEPOT, 11-13-15 East Jefferson Street. and Jumbo varieties. A car of fancy seedless grapefruit was shipped from the valley yesterday, it was reported. Prices in the local markets are as follows: Retail Selling Prices Apples, a box $2.25 Apples, lb .08 .10 .1:14 Almonds, id. .iu Alligator pears 20 Arizona Lettuce 2 for .15 Artichokes, each ...... .20 Bananas, lb 12',i Bell peppers, lb 20 Bunch vegetab's, 2 for .03 Celery .20 Cucumbers, lb 13 Casaba melons, lb. .05 Cabbage .OS Cranberries .20 Cauliflower 12". 4 Dry onions 10 Dromedary Dates, pkg. .10 Eggs, dozen 59 Egg plant 10 Flour, 24-lb. sack.... 1.05 on Saturday, December 1 The gift booths will be opened a 1 o'clock, affording ample time for all to look over the attractive and unusual display of pretty and prac tical things before cards at 2 o'clock, her tour of the state in behalf of the I A long list ot reservations have been Red Cross Christmas seal sale. Mrs. Charles Aune entertained a large family party Thanksgiving day. Covers were laid for 14, including her house guests, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Stear of Wickenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Siegrist of Phoenix, Mr. and made early, but a few tables remai and can be had by calling Mrs. C. H. Young, telephone 2422, who has them in charge. Added features of the afternoon are parcel post booUi. managed by Mrs W. A. Schwartz, and a candy booth Fresh Arizona Dates. .50 Grapefruit 04 Green beans Green corn Grapes Garlic Lemons, dozen . . . Lettuce, Galifcynia New Spuds. 3 lbs.. Oranges, dozen ... Olives, quart Pears Potatoes Popcorn, lb Persimmons Peaches Rhubarb Spinach, bunch Sweet potatoes. Tomatoes, lb.., lb.. .15 .50 .40 .23 .10 .25 .50 S3 .124 .03', -OS .23 .12 ',i .15 .03 .05 12'i .15 .6 .04 Mrs. Sutton and four sons, and Keith i with home-made dainties, in charge and Howard Aune. A turkey dinner with all of its ac companiments was enjoyed by sev eral members of the S. N. H. club at the base of the Hieroglyphic Rocks, south of Phoenix, on Thanksgiving day. Those who enjoyed the repast were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hoyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. 1L F. Hennigan and children, Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Spencer and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Randleman and sons and Mr. Bailey. Tho Hieroglyphic Rocks proved to be a 'popular picnic ground Thanks giving day, as 47 cars were parked on the desert near there. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Butler enter tained Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Wayne and family of Phoenix and Claude Black at turkey dinner Thanksgiving day. Charles Aune and Mr. Patrick re turned to Wickenburg on Mond.iy after spending Thanksgiving day with their families. George Taylor has purchased the McArthur ranch and will take imme diate possession. The next meeting of the Farm Bu reau will be on Dec. 6 and will be un election of officers. The social com mittee, ia planning an entertainment and social time alter the meeting. of Mrs. C. IL Tucker. Ail proceeds go to the Day Nursery building fund OVERSEAS LEAGUE 1 VILL GIVE PROGRAM ON AMERICANIZATION ana rouceman rTyer. They were booked on charges of "shooting craps" and were placed under bonds of J20 each. At the trial Tuesday afternoon the set of dice and some 18 In money was mirociucea as evidence). The two arresting officers and J. M. Vance testified In the case, the of ficers claiming that the men were In the room from midnight until the time they were arrested. The of- The Friendly House is filling a I much-needed place In Americaniza tion work in Phoenix. It is felt that to have the parent-teacher associa tion visit the settlement house will bring it in closer touch with the I work. LimEili; mi t tee and forwarded to the architec tural engineers. Young and Hanson, who prepared the plana for the temple, urging them to hasten to Mesa and to commence active opera- Mrs. Maurice A. Goodwin, who tias tions on the temple site at the earll DELAYS WAR RECORD Progress on tne war record being compiled by Colonel James II. Mc Ciintock is not advancing as rapidly been at the home of her mother, Mrs. H. Schoshdsen. for several day, re turned to her home in Jerome Wed nesday morning. Will Have Weinia Roast The local Boy Scouts met at the home of Bernard Davis Monday night and made plans for a wetnie roast. While they are out they will practice signaling. The second ciass ana tenderfoot Class are practicing very faithfullv In an endeevor to make a better showing. Mr. Davis, their est possible moment. It is probable that work will be started within the next 15 or 20 days, one member of the committee stated after the con ference Tuesday. At the same time the secretary was instructed to se lect a temple building office and to arrange for its organisation. While there are yet some details of the in terior of th temple to be completed, work can be started at once on the foundation and erection of the skel eton of the building, it was said, and as he would wish, was the statement leader, will accompany them on this w'h sufficient money already avail made by the state historian yester day. Colonel McClintock said he had received comparatively few photo graphs or biographies ot the men killed in-service overseas or who died in the hospitals in France or In America. No reply as yet has been received to the request for a record of army officers from the adjutant general's department at Washington, D. C ac cording to the historian. The privates here at homo also have shown little trio. Business Meeing society All members of the Queen Esther society are requested to meet at the Methodist church Wednesday even ing, at 5 o'clock for a short busi ness session. Masonic Ledae The Masonic lodge will meet Wed nesday evening at 7:39 and there Willi be third degree work. Here From Texas Boyd Iird, a cousin of Will Laird interest in the historv which in later of this nlace. arrived Tuesday morn Ing from Gilmer, uexas. ior an ex tended visit with relatives. Mavina to Town Will Mier. who recently sold his ranch east-of town to a Mr. Evans from Kansas, is moving his family to I years will have a very real meaning to the service men and their fam ilies. o- HDLD THANKSGIVING able to carry the work on, there ap pears to be nothing standing la the way of the commencement of actual construction. - High Officials Return to Homes. President Heber J. Grant, Presi dent Ivina and Counselor Rudger Claw son, all high officials of the I D. S. church, departed Monday night for their homes in Salt Lake City following their three day stay in Mesa in attendance at the quarterly conference of the Maricopa stake and dedication of the temple site. Presi dent McMurrin of the California mission. President Pratt of the Mex ican mission, and president Kimball of St. Joseph's stake, departed Tues day night for their respective homes. Gilbert Praises Mesa K. f. Past Grand Chancellor James A. T The Toung People's societies of the churches of Pheonlx met together in a very impressive sunrise prayer meeting Thanksgiving morning. The service was held in Papago Park, where, shortly after 7 o'clock, as the first rays of the sun snone above th horizon, the young people Joined town. They win eceuPT Manley Knight, cottage on Est Seventh Mr regular Evans will take possession of W- mt.etl 'ot Dar0on lodge Monday V : v.! i vT . . night and paid high compliments to will go into the chicken business on a I Mesa f th tnBt that large Breie. Dance at Midway Mall The regular weekly dance will be a-iven at the Midway hall Friday right. . Next Monday night a big dance will be a-iven in the hall under the auspices of the American Legion 2 tor tne purpose oi raising glVen the second rank work. " buy Christmas presents for disabled R N- nt f od(J p.owa. ." soldiers. TicKets are now on saie ai i iu -,ni h ni has been revived and the active in terest the lodge is now taking in its work. The amplified form cf the first rank was presented at the Mon day night meeting and the first rank work was conferred on three One candidate was singing Thanksgiving hymns. The Busy Comer store, the Chocolate .JZheVbers of the L O O societies from the First Methodist, shon " Jd Laird and Dine, drug "JL Fr. th-- mJmli!f,S, ! ?Jl (.uiiQLidii, anil ricouj iciiuui atnra cnurcnes parcicipaieu. cacn tailing some part In the meeting. 1 FARMERS. ATTENTION! Miss fcexson. or the Methodist j,vi . mmnlrt line of re- church, had charge of the meeting cleaned seed barley, Early Bart Club, ana xne mannsgiMng prayer as iea i Sonora and Turkey Red Wheats. by Mjss Smith, of the Baptist church. Special music was furnished by the Christian church quartette. The speaker was, the Rev. George White of the Cook Bible school, who re minded the young people of many things for which all should be thank ful. Rev. Brooks, of the Presbyterian church, closed the meeting with prayer and benediction. Texas Red Oats. Common and Hairy Peruvian alfalfa. Winter Rye and Sweet CJover. Phoenix Flour Mills, Tempe branch, F.ast Eighth street at R. R. crossing. Phone 84. It o ICAT1S PONT ARIZONA FIRE INS GO. POLICIES GOOD Because of a published account of I the proceedings in the case of the Arizona Fire Insurance company. TO THE SUCCESS OF CRANOLER CARNIVAL F. lodge, of the valley when they meet In Mesa. The Phoenix degree team of the Odd Fellows lodge will be here to conduct the Initiatory work on a class of candidates and visitors from Glendale, Phoenix, Tempe and Chandler are expected to attend the session. An oyster sup per will be served following the lodge work. Church Night Program. An interesting program will le presented at the regular church night meeting of the Methodist church to be held Wednesday night. A roast beef supper will be served at 6:15 followed with a devotional period at 6:43. At 7:30 the following program will be given: Song, J. C. Raymond; song, Mrs. H. N. Brad street; inspirational address by Etta Shaw, national evangelist of the W. C. T. U. At 8:30 there will be choir practice, meeting of the Sunday school board, a social 'hour, basket ball and a story hour. CHANDLER, Nov. 29. Chandler Proirress Carnival proceedings are in many of the policy holders of the full swing and indications are it win company have been alkrmed as to the I be the premier event of Its kind ever status or tneir policies. They are staccd in the Salt River vauey. reasured by the following statement I A prograam has been mapped out Issued by the state corporation com- I of thing, to be accomplished. Chair mission yesterday: I man Roberts of the decoration com- "Under date of November 28 an 1 mittee reDorts a tentative program article was published in the news- I that nrovides for a arand illumina- GILBER rinrnimn IlLtlD THURSDAY papers containing a statement that the further conduct of business by the Arizona tire Insurance Company Muir Glacius in Alaska has receded 60 milus in the.last 127 years. The American Women's Overseas league will hold a dinner meeting on Thursday evening at the Ranch house when Miss Olive Rauch will present a report of the national convention of the league which met in San Fran cisco a week ago. Miss Rauch rep resented Arizona at the convention. Many new members have been add ed to the local league during the past month and it is expected that the entire membership will be present at the dinner as well as any overseas ex-service women. Those who care to attend a- requested to telephone Miss Hannah Egelsion, the president, for reservations Miss Kgelston can bo reached by phoning 1270 or 2744. o Melons, peaches, citrous and other fruits are kept fresh for a long time when gummed paper tape is used to seal the fiber containers. tion of the downtown streets the two nights of the cautiival. while the de corations will be the tinest ever at would be hazardous to their policy temnteri in chandler. holders. . Tne street fair feature of the car "This statement is. In a manner. nival provides for having booths lo misleading. since all fire policies that cated on the eat side of San Mar were in good standing were assumed , opposite the stores, to run on May 18 1921. by the California on a'r0Und the park on the north side Insurant. Company of San tran- . pos,on B.reet. Thero win be a clsco. California, and now have the protection of that company. "The complaint filed in the court was technical and we are pleased to make this statement for the informa tion of the former policy holders of the Arizona Fire Insurance Company and in justice to the California In surance Company, which is now pro tecting those policies. (Signed) "Arizona Corporation Commission. F. J. K. M'Brlde, Sec retary." The first foreign civilians permit ted to travel on a Japanese gunboat was I'rofrs.-ior WilKam H. lliths, of the University of Michigan, who re cently sailed from Japan "o the Coral IslanJs on a Japanese warship, with of Boston street. There will be large number and variety of booths, side shows and all sorts ot other fea tures which will afford two nights of fun and excitement. Efforts will be made to secure speakers of national fame to make short addresses. These will be day time features in addition to football and othtr games. W. J. Lewis To Speak W. J. Lewis of the El Verja! Rancho, one mile west of Chandler, will speak to the Phoenix Woman's club at its regular meeting today, on the subject of fruit raising and can ning. Recovering From Flu Chandler neonle are clad to learn T i r Anii TO MEET THURSDAY GILBERT. Nov. 29. An -unusually interesting meeting of the Gilbert Farm Bureau has been arranged for the regular session to be held at 8 o'clock Thursday night in the high school building. Marvin Young, field secretary for the farm bureau, will be present to address the meet ing and with him will be a quartet to render several musical selections. A social period and luncheon will follow the close of the business meeting. an attack ot the "flu" are all rl. ry Improved. Clean Up Campaign The Clean up campaign which ha. been running since last spring, is drawing to a close and several prizes are to be awarded to those keeping their lawns and bac yards In the best condition. The marshal is keep ing close tab on all parts of town and reports much improvement in the appearance of Chandler since the campaign started. Taken to Mesa Mrs. Wiikins was" taken to the Mesa hospital for a slight operation pmi,.r. of the W. T. Anderson fa- yesterday evening. Reports are tnat the consent of Japanese authorities, miiy, who have been sufiering from she is getting aloug nicely.