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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1921.
(Section Two)
PAGE FIVE
aSOUTHSIDE news
OFFICE SOUTHSIDE DEPT.
15 S. Maedonatd St Ph. 341, Mesa
TEMPE AGENCY
Laird &. Dines Drug Stor
Phona 22 .
GILBERT AGENCY
Gilbert Pharmacy
Phone Mesa 1R2
USA FARM BUREAU
TO
HOLD MONTHLY
MEETING SATURDAY
MESA. Dec. 1 An address on "Co
jeration" by Marvin Young will fea
ture the monthly meeting of . the
t Mesa farm bureau to bo held Satur-
tlay night in the Commercial club
rooms. Officers in planning the
j monthly gathering have been trying
to get Mr. Young for some weeks and
his consent to attend was finally -obtained
Thursday.
The meeting will be of general In
' terest to cotton growers and other
' farmers of the district and the pres
ense of all at the meeting is urged
by the directors of the bureau. There
will be other features to the meeting
in addition to Mr. Young's address.
Literary Program For Club
The literary department has ar
ranged an excellent program to be
Riven at the regular meeting of the
Woman's club of Mesa to be held
Friday afternoon in the guild halL
The club will assemble at 2: SO for a
business session, and the ' program
will follow Its conclusion. Mrs. J. M.
Greer will speak on current topics.
Miss Ruby Kinney wilt play the
march "Hongroise" by Raguskl- and
Miss Shirley Bush will render "The
Angel's Serenade" by Braga. The
feature of the meeting will be the
reading of the "Return of Peter
tirimm" by Prof. Wesley G. Anderson
of the English, department at the
high school.
Returns From California
Charles L. Diehl returned Wednes
day from a month's sojourn In south
ern California.
Rotary Entertains at "Ladies' Night"
Nearly 150 guests were entertained
by the Mesa Rotary club at "ladies'
night" held in the high school audito
rium Wednesday night. The event
was attended by all local Rotarlans
and their families and by a large
nunfber of visiting members of the
Phoenix club - and their families.
Dinner was served cafeteria style
and was followed with a fun pro
gram that put real pep into the eve
ning. Dr. R. F. Palmer, Cliff Car
penter and C. B. Flynn presented a
comic stunt, that had only as Its
eiual the suitcase run by R. E. Steele.
Paul Baxter Bevllle and Cecil L.
Drew. Beville won the event, which
according to those witnessing the
race is ""nuff sed." Miss Ruth Huber
presented a dance, Bettie Palmer
rendered a reading and Rev. Francis
Bloy gave a splendid address on "Ro
tary Id the Home." A volley ball
gaui' between Phoenix and Mesa
teams. was won by the home boys.
Music by the Mesa orchestra and
dancing also contributed to the eve
ning's entertainment.
Viistors From Santa Ana
Mr. and Mrs. Ray T. Dixon and
daughter and Mrs. C. W. Seeber of
Santa Ana, California, are visitors in
Mesa at the home -of W, L. Seeber
and family.
Mrs. Shaw Speaks
Mrs. Etta Shaw, national W. C. T.
U. worker, addressed an interested
audience at ' the church night pro
gram of the M. E. church held Wed
nesday night. Solos by Mrs. H. N.
Bradstreet and J. C Raymond and
other numbers were also on the eve
ning's program.
Complete Plans For Bazaar
The women of St. Mark's Episcopal
church guild held an all day meeting
Thursday to complete plans for their
nnnii'il Vifl7nii nnrl conked food Sale
1.1 to be given Saturday afternoon and
evening at the Build hall. A Doun
i tiful euDDly of articles for Christmas
.,- fn. fhtM hnTaflr ni? A.
i ncin jicmtu
J xnecial lot was made ready for St.
. Luke's home in Phoenix.
'l Many to Attend Dance
!; Many members of Oriental lodge
I oft tp on A f ntirl of the local
chapter of the Eastern Star are plan
' ning to attend the dance and card
party to be given in the Shrine audi
I torium in Phoenix on Friday night
j by Phoenix lodge No. 1 and Silver
PI" ..... 1 1 .1 CT rt I- 4TY A At
il iiUWCl lUUfic, . -
j Boosting Dance
. i Elvin White, R. I Finch and I.
Waldrop of the William Bloys post of
the American Legion in Tempo were
Jn Mesa Thursday boosting the ben
efit dance to be given by their post
in the Midway hall next Monday
night. Many of the local legionnaires
were rounded up and are planning to
attend the ball.
Play Florence Friday Night
The girls' teams of Florence and
Mesa High schools will meet in the
Mesa High auditorium Friday night
at 7:80 in their second match of the
season, i lorence won ino uuuoi mi.
.1 with a four-point margin and the lo
" cal girls are hopeful of gaining re
venge. The team has been working
out hard this week and promises a
Btiff game for the visitors.
?. Obituary
.T D. Hicks of Forterra Ranch. 12
j miles east of Chandler.- passed away
Thanksgiving day after a brief ill
) rtess. He was buried at Mesa on
I ii-orin!rlnv afternoon.
His daughter, Mrs. M. F. Fry of
Los. Angeles and Mrs. Louise McDon
nf Phoenix were at the bedside.
k. m,., McDonald was a servant in the
' home of the Hicks for a number of
vear when ine rnnmra v,t-t- vim.
KEEPING UP WITH
; MVMUTE To SPAR.E IF PT j V IK flrtU TOD!!" WITH THE BTH I f ? optp ) liTpTT '
S WE UWT TO GET TO J 0 ly. S TUB N FIVE VhuiTS up' J At-
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CHANDLER AGENCY
Gardner St Harmar Drug Store
Phone 21
GOODYEAR AGENCY
J, E. Flanagan Refreshment
Parlor
Mrs. R. F. Diehl, another daughter,
arrived from Oklahoma in time for
the funeral. Three sons also survive
Mr. Hicks. Charles, the oldest, is a
railroad engineer in the east, George
and Clyde served in the navy during
the war. Clyde is at present con
fined to a government hospital in
Chicago. George is employed by the
Edison company in California, it
was impossible for any of the sons
to be present at this time. Mr. Hicks
was a widower, having lost his wife
by death many years ago.
Dance Friday Night
The stake amusement committee
will entertain at its regular weekly
dance in the L. D. S. auditorium Fri
day night.
Orchestra Concert Sunday
A concert will be given at the high
school at 3:15 o'clock Sunday after
noon by the orchestra composed of
pupils of Frank Lloyd Stuchal, with
Miss Anna Marie Luke as soloist and
Miss Alma Louise Lowery as reader.
The following program will be given:
La Cinquantine Gabriel-Marie
Hail Blessed Marie Flotow
Readings Selected .... Alma Lowery
Forget Me Not Allen Mac Beth
La Reve Goiterman
Soprano
Little Mother of Mine Burleigh
Miss Luke and Orchestra
La Brunette ( Waltz). Severn
Star Spangled Banner
Southside Theater Today
Majestic, Mesa "The Rookies Re
turn" starring Douglas MacLean,
Pathe News.
Gilbert "The World and His
Wife," starring Alma Rubens, Rolin
comedy.
Tempe Thomas Meighan Jn "The
Prince Chap," Ford Weekly, Mutt
and Jeff comedy.
Chandler "Dr. Jekyll and Mr.
Hyde" featuring John Barrymore,
Bray Pictograph.
Card of Thanks
We wish i to thank the people of
Phoenix and Mesa for their kindness
to us during the illness and death
of our father and friend, J. D. Hicks.
Mrs. Eva Hicks Diehl,
Mrs. Mabel Hicks Fry,
Mrs. Louise McDonald.
GILBERT. Dec. 1. Everything is
ready for the big "Joy Night" which
takes place Friday evening at 7:30
in the Gilbert high school. Judging
from the hearty reception which the
representatives of Joy Night re
ceived at the Mesa Union high school,
the Chandler high school, the Gilbert
grade school and from the way the
community in general has responded,
the students are looking forward to
a big audience..
The proceeds from the fun program
will be turned over to the athletic
association. "Jov Night" will he full
of fun for all who attend and those
who have read the program say that
no one, not even a grouch, can afford
to miss it.
Visiting !n Goodyear
Miss Georgie Nowell Is spending a
few days with relatives in Goodyear.
Phoenix Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Russell and
mother, and Mrs. Jewel McFrederick
motored to Phoenix on ednesday
Mr. and Mrs. John Barber also spent
Wednesday In Phoenix.
Gilbert High School Notes
Miss Carson. Spanish and Latin
teacher, snent the' week end at her
home in Tucson.
The "Invincible. Five" are in fine
trim for the Gilbert-Florence game
which is to be played Friday after
noon at Gilbert, tn the evening the
Florence team will be the truest of
the Gilbert team at "Joy Night."
The study hall has been moved
from the auditorium to the hall up
stairs. The change was made due
to the expense in heating the large
auditorium.
The junior class In English is pre
paring for a lively deTiate on Friday.
In the two previous debates, the same
side has won and the opposing team
says there will be a hot contest this
time.
Miss Maudie Hoover reports that
her brother is seriously ill with
stomach trouble.
Miss Jennybell Murphy spent the
Thanksgiving vacation at her home
which is south of Tempe.
Miss Maude Sevey entertained a
number of her friends at the home
of her grandmother. Mrs. Heder.
Tuesday evening during vacation
week. The evening was pleasantly
spent playing games and dancing.
All students who desired to attend
the dedication of the L. D. S. temple
ground In Mesa on Monday were ex
cused from their classes.
The Peterson family had a family
reunion at the Chandler L. D. S.
church, where it served Thanksgiv
ing dinner last Thursday. Mrs.
Beatrice Crandall and Misses Wilma
and Clara Peterson, students of the
Gilbert high school, were amon;
those who attended.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Evans of Saf
ford are visiting the George L. Free
stone family. Mr. and Mrs. Green
laugh, also of Safford, are visiting
friends in Gilbert this week. They all
attended the L. D. S. conference in
Mesa on Saturday and Sunday.
GILBERT HIGH TO
HAVE "JOY MIGHT'1
THE JONESES- No Consideration At All for
BENEFIT DANCE AT
TEMPE MONDAY EVE
TEMPE, Dec 1 Flans have been
completed for the big dance which
will be given at the Midway hall.
Monday night under the auspices of
the American Legion. The affair is
being given for a worthy cause, that
of buying Christmas boxes for the
disabled soldiers, and ' the business
men and citizens of the town are co
operating with the boys to make it
a great success. The regular Mid
way orchestra will furnish the mu
sic and the hall will be decorated
especially for the occasion by a com
mittee including Elvin White, Harry
Pearli John Barkley and Thanks An
derson. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to everyone to come out and
have a good time and at the same
time help to make this Christmas a
happy one for the disabled soldiers.
Tickets are now on sale at the City
confectionery. Laird and Dines and
the Busy Corner.
Will Undergo Serious Operation
Denver Homsley, who moved from
his ranch, southeast of town, to a
plate beyond Phoenix about two
years ago, has been very ill for sev
eral days. He was taken to the Sis
ters' hospital in Phoenix, Thursday
morning, where he will undergo a se
rious operation.
Bazaar Friday Night
The ladies In charge of the bazaar
which will be hela in the basement
of the Methodist church Friday, eve
ning, have announced that the doors
will be open to the public at 6 oclock
Those in charge of the different
booths have devoted much time and
thought to each department and the
bazaar promises to be one of the best
ever held in Tempe.
Mrs. Longon and Mrs. Decker will
hae charge of the fancy work booth.
Numerous dainty and useful articles,
including some silk rugs suitable for
Christmas gifts, will be for sale at
this booth. The refreshments, pre
sided over by Mrs. C. P. Mullen, are
sure to please everyone. Mrs. Os
trander and Mrs. Beck will have
charge of the candy booth. Those
who are in doubt about their future
are sure to go home happy if they
call at the fortune telling booth and
let Mrs. Adams tell their fortune. Last
but not least Is the fish pond which
will be in charge of Mrs. Menser. The
children are invited to come and fish
as long as they wish.
Return to Grand Canyon
Mr. and Mrs. Eowin Cummdngs,
who have been visiting relatives in
Tempe arid Poenix since their mar
riage about two weeks ago, returned
to their homo at the Grand Canyon
Friday morning.
Will Preach at Kyrena
Norman R. Curtis, pastor of the
Casa Grande Baptist church, will
preach at the Kyrene school house
Saturday morning at 11 o'clock, and
Saturday night at 7:39. He will also
preach Sunday morning and evening
at the same hours. These meetings
will, be evangelistic and instructive
and the public is cordially invited.
Boy Scout Wienie Roast
The local Boy Scouts are to have
a wienie roast anC hike Monday eve
ning. The boys are requested to take
their own bread and wienies and
meet at the home of Mr. Davis, the
Christian church parsonage, at 7
o'clock.
Preaches Splendid Sermon
Bernard Davis preached a fine ser
mon at the Christian church Wednes
day evening at the first of a series of
midweek meetings which are to be
held between now and Christmas. His
subject was "Finding a Common De
nominator." In ado. lion to the ser
mon there wf . a violin solo by Mar
garet Russell and a song by Elmo
Weir, Edwin Rowand and Paul Da
vis. There was a baptism at the
conclusion of the sermon, during
which Miss Herdena Beil sang a solo.
Dance at Midway
The regular meekly dance will be
given at the Midway hall tonight.
We wish to thank the American
Legion, Normal cadets, the faculty
of the Normal and othen schools, our
friends and the people of Tempe and
Phoenix for the bexutiful floral of
ferings and kindness rendered us dur
ing our sad bereavement. We wish to
express our gratitude especially to
the quartette of singers and the min
isters for their thoughtfulness and
words of sympathy. Mr. and Mrs.
jonn bchoshusen, Hortensia Schos-
nusen. .
CHANDLER, Dec. 1. The regular
chamber of commerce luncheon was
held Wednesday noon at the Suhuaro
hotel. Dr. K. M. Gilbert was in
charge. Secretary W. A. Warringer
gave some very interesting informa
tion on the road situation between
Arizona and California. The cham
ber of commerce agreed to concen
trate on this problem, as it is very
desirable that the road become a
reality in the near future. , C. A.
Roberts and B. M. Crenshaw also
spoke on the subject of good roads.
Arthur Price made a complete re
port on the progress of the different
committees working on the Chandler
Progress Carnival to be held the 28th
and 29th of December.
To Attend Woman's Club Card Party
A number of Chandler women ex
pect to attend the card party to be
given by the Phoenix Woman's club
Saturday afternoon.
San Marcos Guest
F. W. Wolf of the Bank of Cali
fornia in San Francisco stopped at
the San Marcos Wednesday night.
Leaves to Join Husband
"Mrs. Mav Alhermnn. formerlv with
' the First National bank, has gone to
It
ROADS SUBJECT AT
C. OF C. LUNCHE01M
HE'S GOT A PERFECT HEAD
s jK-
'BILLY"
DENVER "Billy" Todd of Den
ver is one of thousands of other Bos
ton terriers. Yet he's different from
most of lis brothers and sisters. He
owns a perfectly marked head.
Both eastern and western judges
have scored him. They found his
bead without a flaw. During the past
year several eastern kennelmen have
made the trip to Denver to study
this wonderful headed dog. Maurice
Greenwood of Boston recently passed
judgment on "Billy" Todd's head. He
has Judged Bostons for years in East
ern show rings.
"I have never seen a Boston, terrier
auite so perfectly marked as 'Billy
Todd' Is about the head." Bays Greenwood.
GLENDALE -:- PEORiA
Northside Department
Advertising News Subscriptions
G. M. DEAN, Manager.
Carriole Realty Co., Glendalet Phone 8
Phon 8
Glendala
I'S PARTY
PLANKED TO BE HELD
SATURDAY, DEC. 10
GLENDALE. Dec. 1. The chil
dren's party to be given under the
supervision of the library committee
of the Woman's club w ill be held on
Saturday. Dec. 10. The arrange
ments for the party, games and re
freshments will bo under the direc
tion of Mfs. H. M. Warren, who has
kindly consented to look after these
features and see that the party is an
entire success. Each child will be
asked to bring 10 cents, which will be
used for the purchasing of children's
books in the library
Mrs. Warren is hard at work on the
details of the party and has promised
that some new and novel group and
individual games will be introduced
at tht time. The party is to be held
at the Woman's club building. Each
and every child will receive favors
and prizes will be awarded to the
winner in each contest and game.
All the children of the Glendale
grammar school are cordially invited
to attend the party and everyone who
is interested in the welfare of the li
brary is asked to support this move
ment. Anyone who has oranges and
wishes to contribute them to the
party is asked to do so.
Returned From Springs
C. H. Tinker and wife returned
Wednesday from Castle Hot Springs,
where they "were In attendance at the
bankers' convention that was held
there.
Woman's Club
The next regular meeting of the
Glendale Woman's club will be held
Wednesday afternoon. Dec. 27.
Work on Quilt
Many ladies of the Royal Neighbors
learning of the materials being ready
for quilting at the home of Mrs. Sel
by. went there on Thursday afternoon
and started work. They reported
join her husband at Tucson, where
he has opened a fruit store. C. W.
Bond of Phoenix has taken Mrs. Al
derman's place in the bank.
Here From California
Walter Bonynge, cashier of the
Commercial National bank of Los
Angeles, and George Howard of the
California Bank were Chandler vis
itors Wednesday.
Here on Business
Dwight B. Heard of Phoenix was in
Chandler Wednesdav on business.
New Credit Man
Charles Cave, formerly credit man
for the O. S. Stapley company, is now
with the Bank of Chandler as outside
credit man.
CHILDE
Pa
& l .
TODD
Here are the points, which In my
opinion, make the perfect-headed
dog. Ears standing straight and
even with the sides of Jaws. Skull
broad, flat, boxlike. Eyes large,
round, dark, soft .set -wide apart
and not showing any white. Jaws
square, like the halves of a square
box. Muzzle short, broad, deep,
free from wrinkles. Face marked
with an even blaze of white on fore
head and across muzzle band with
background of brlndle.
Characteristics are intelligence,
alertness, intense affection for
friends, and the absence of vicious
ness. Tei-fect headed specimens are very
rare. But "Billy Todd" is one of
them.
Phone 105R3
Peoria
much progress and state that it will
be ready for sale before Christmas.
Building Farm Home
B. R. Young, a rancher living north
of Glendale on Lateral 19, is building
a modern bungalow.
Baseball
Again the Glendale Greys have
been lift in the lurch by the Phoenix
Gianis. A game had been scheduled
for Sunday at Kastlake park, but in
view of the fact that the Giants could
find easier opponents they cancelled
the game. No further arrangements
have been made.
Shipping Gravel
I. A. Moore of Glendale is shipping
jeravel from M'oore Spur on the Santa
re to the state highway department
for use in road building. His crew
at the pits is composed of ex-servlee
men.
Church Meeting
The Methodist young people have
Invited the Baptist young people to
be present Friday evening at the
"Win-a-Chum" meeting that will be
held at the Sunday school rooms at
the grammar Bchool campus on that
date.
SWEET POTATOES $1.75 per 100
lbs.; peanuts, 10c lb., during Thanks
giving week. Del Rio Poultry Farm,
north of Lehi; Geo. G. Haws, Prop.:
R. 1, Mesa. adv-tf
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POKE FUN AT WILHELM
The former kaiser and kaiserin are
being caricatured In Berlin for the
first time since they abdicated. In
a musical comedy which is having a
big success they are ridiculed in the
form or a lung and queen who repeat
on all occasions the favorite exclam
ation of Wilhelm and the late em
press. Whenever anything interest
ed them or suprised them, they would
say in unison "O bravo!" or. rather,
the empre8s,would repeat the kaiser's
expression so promptly that she said
it at the same time.
At first the audiences at the Comic
Opera, except for such members of
the old court aa might have wandered
in, thought it was a slight comic
touch, but repeated perhaps a little
more than necessary to get the comic
effect. But word has got around now
that the absurd comic opera king and
his fussy, devoted wife are carica
tures of their late rulers. Since then
the "O bravo!" has had a roaring
success.
Now that the mark is worth con
siderably less than a hundred to a
dollar, drinks in Berlin cost consid
erably less than the old American
price of two for a quarter.
Walcott. Iowa, has establlthcd a
Sunday school, the first in the his
tory of that community. Although a
progressive community with fine
schools, homes and banks, the town
has had no churches sine, its foundl
ing about 50 yenrs ago. The inhabit
nnts say that Ue3pite the absence of
churches, they have always had
npnrc. loyalty nnd order In their town.
RESERVE BANKS REPORT
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
WASHINGTON, Dec 1. Combined
resources and liabilities of the 12 fed
eral reserve banks at the close of
business Nov. 30 were reported to
night by the federal reserve board as
follows: .
KESOCRCEP:
Gold and gold certificates, $4$S,
917.0(10. Gold settlement fund, F. R. board,
$165,238,000.
Gold with foreign agencies, hlank.
Total gold held by banks, $354,152,-
000.
Gold with federal reserve agents,
$1,779,605,000.
Gold redemption fjnd. $115,639,000.
Total gold reserves. $2,849,397,000.
Legal tender notes, silver, etc.,
$139.74-,, 000.
Total reserves. $2,9S9,143.000.
Bills discount secured by Fnlted
States government obligations, $176,
360.000. All other, $705,941,000.
Bills bought in open market, $72,
954.000. All other. $705,941,000.
Total bill on hand. $1, 235,155,000.
United Slates bonds and notes,
$32,233,000.
T'nited States certificates of indebt
edness: One year certificates (Pitt-
man act). jl26,uoo.uo.
tRepubllcan A. P. Leased Wire
NEW YORK. Dec. 1 Stocks were
hesitant at the outset of the day's
trading but came forward later. New
high records for Liberty bonds and
the strength of international remit
tances were favorable influences. De
cember Interest and dividend pay
ments were inaugurated without
strain to local reserves. Call money
opened at five per cent, eased to 4 '4
at mid-day, but rebounded to five
per cent in the final hour and
touched EH per cent on belated bor
rowings Just before the finish.
Dealings in the principal foreign
exchanges, especially British. French,
Dutch and German bills were oh an
extensive scale. Announcement that
the Washington government will aid
In the proposed readjustment of
Europe's fallen curriencies was a
paramount factor.
In the stock list representative
rails and several European and do
mestic oils were the outstanding fea
tures. Standard Oil of New Jersey
continued its upward course at a net
gain of 9 li points.
News of the extra dividend on Chi
cago, Burlington and Quincy enliv
ened later dealings. Hill issues, which
will derive substantial benefits from
this disbursement, reacted from their
best prices and other leaders gave
way on profit-taking sales.
Steels and kindred Jssues were only
moderately responsive to reports long
prevalent that steps are being taken
to merge some of the better known
independent companies, but shipping
and numerous specialties made va
riable gains. Sales 650,000 shares.
Demand sterling at 4.07 T4 showed
a gain or ' cents to the pound and
francs, guilders, lire and marks were
higher by 12 to 27 points, the neutral
remittances also making material
gains.
Heavy realizing caused most of the
Liberty issues to react from their
new records. Other domestic bonds
were subjected to the same influenc
es and internationals were heavy on
the sharp reaction of French govern
ment 7s. and Ss for which no logical
explanation was forthcoming. Total
sales, par value. 124. 276.0OO.
CHICAGO BOARD
CHICAGO, Dec. 1-Rains In Texas
and Kansas as well as in southern
Argentina had. a bearish effect on
wheat today. Prices closed unset
tled. i to lnct lower, with De
cember $1.13 and May $1.16 to
$1.16. Corn finished Vi cent off to
a shade advance, oats li cent down
to a lige upturn and provisions rang
ing from 5 cent loss to a gain of 2 tic
Wheat prices fluctuated rapidly,
and at one time the May delivery was
up to 13 cents above the recent low,
but the pot bull factor, dry weather
could no longer be made so service
able as late and the market was left
without sufficient support to with
stand Increased selling to realize
profits. Reports indicated that the
rains in the southwest fell mainly in
sections where moisture was least re
quired. Many traders, however, were
persuaded that more rains would fel
low, and it was only for a brief time
that attention was given to estimates
putting the condition of the winter
crop in Texas as low as 20 to 23 per
cent of norm:U. Buls failed also to
make any permanent headway Wltn
talk of better domestic milling de
mand, the smallness of receipts and
the- chance that Germany would be
given more favoraole terms for pay
ing reparations.
Wet weather tended to steady corn
and oats notwithstanding heavy de
liveries of oats here on December
contracts. Feed Btuffs were general
ly selling above corn on a pound for
pound basis.
Provisions were very dull and
averaged a littl lower with higs.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
NEW YORK. Dec. 1 Foreign ex
change; strong: Great Britain, de
nuind. 40!U. cables. 4.05: France, de.
mand. 7.2Sii; cnhle, 7.29; Italy, de
mand. 4.27".: cables. 4.2S: Belgium
demand. 6.99'i; cables. 7.00; Ger
many, demand, .35; cables, .35'i:
Holland, demand, ::5.r3; cables. 35.59;
Noway, demand. 14.30; Sweden, de
mand, 23.75; Denmark, demand.
1X.65; Switzerland, demand. 19.12:.
Spain, demand, . 14.00; Greece, de
mand. 4.1"; Argentine, demand, 32.37;
Brazil. 13.12: Montreal. 91
By Pop Momand
All other, $46,291,000. I
Municipal warrants. $67,0n0.
Total earning assets, $1,459,866,000.
Bank premises, $33,241,000.
Five per cent redemption fund
against F. R. bank Notes. J7.941.000. j
Uncollected items, $543,274,000.
All other resources, $19,334,000.
JTotal resources, $5,044,3a6,0uo.
LIABILITIES:
Capital paid in, $103,104,000.
Surplus, $213,824,000.
Reserved for government franchise
tax. $55,119,000.
Deposits: Government, $45,913,000.
Member banks, reserve account,
$1,670,362,000.
AH other, $26,535,001.
Total deposits. $1.742.S30.A00.
F. R. notes in actual circulation,
$1,366,006,000.
F. R. bank notes in circulation, net
liabilitv, $75,362,000.
Deferred liability items. $462,795,
000. All other liabilities. $24.Sf,6.009.
Total liabilities, $5,044,396,000.
Ratio of total reserves to, deposit
and F. R. note liabilities combined,
72.7 per cent.
Ratio- of gold reserves to F. R.
notes In circulation after setting aside
3 5per cent against deposit liabilities,
100.6 per cent.
CHICAGO
CHICAGO. Dec 1 CATTLE Re
ceipts. 10.000; beef steers steady to
strong; spots higher; bulls, canners
and stockera steady; veal calves
Strong to 25c higher; bulk beef steers
I G.60SJ9.00; best to packer, $9.0;
bulk around $9.009.25.
HOGS Receipts, 50.000; active; 6
to 10 centa lower than yesterday's av
erage; mostly 10 cents lower; light
lights and pigs practically steady;
top, $7.10 on 150 pound averages;
$6.957.05 on 170 to ISO pound av
erages: practical top, $6.90; bulk.
$6.70S6.90; pigs mostly steady; bulk,
$7.00i7.10; few at $7.20.
SHEEP Receipts. 18,000: general
ly steady; spots strong considering
wet fleeces: top fed western lambs.
$10.45; bulk fat lambs. $9.75S10.30;
choice handy ewes. $5.00; bulk na
tive ewes. $3.504.50; feeder lambs
up to $10.00.
KANSAS CITY V
KANSAS CITY. Dec 1 CATTLE
Receipts, 2,200; beef steers steady
to 25 cents higher; yearlings, $8.25;
best heavies offered at $6.S5; other
sales $5.00(& $.50; calves strong to 50
cents higher; best vealers. $9.00; good
and choice heavies and mediums, J6.00
ii 7.50; all other classes Etrong; spots
higher on she stock; cows, $3.50J
6.50; heifers, $4.0096.50; most bulls,
$3.00(5 3.65; canners, $2.502.75:
bulk cutters. $3.00(3.25; stockers and
feeders. $4.005.45.
HOGS Receipts. 4,000; slow; most
ly 10 to 15 cents lower; good 200
pound hogs up to $6.70: one load of
choice lights held at $6.75; bulk good
hogs, $5,004.6.65; packing sows steady
and mostly at $5.7596.00; pigs strong
top. 15. t
SHEEP Receipts, S.500; killing
classes strong to 5 cents higher;
calves, $4.25; choice Texas wethers,
$4.50; fed western lambs, $3.S0.
DENVER
DENVER. Dec. 1 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2.200; killing classes wea!;
others steady: beef steers IS.00S6.25;
cows and heifers, $3.50i5.00; calves.
$4.50 9.50; bulls. $2.00j3.00; stock
ers and feeders. $4.00i6.00.
HOGS Receipts, 2.200; steady, $10;
lower top $7.00; bulk, $6,256-7.00.
SHEEP Receipts none; market
none: lambs, $8.0019.00; ewes. $2.50
&4.50; feeder lambs. $7.25 Jj 8.50.
LIBERT BONOS
NEW YORK. Dec 1 Liberty bonds
Closed: SH'a, $96.24: first 4 s, $97.68;
bid; second 4's, J97.24; first 4Vi's,
$97.40; second 4i4's, $97.40; third 44s
J97.64 fourth 4'A's, $97.44; Victory
3y S, $99.96; Victory 4's, $93.98.
BAR SILVER
NEW YORK, Dec. 1 Foreign bar
silver, 6S; Mexican dollars, 51.
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PRODUCE
CHICAGO, Dec 1 Butter hichcr:
creamery extras, 47c; firsts, Z'iTt
45 cents; seconds. 33y3j; standards,
39. Eggs unchanged; receipts, 1,412
cases.
Potatoes steady; receipts, 23 cars;
total United States shipments. 475
cars. Wisconsin bulk round white.
$1.601. 75 cut; ditto, sacked. $1.50
cwt. Minnesota sacked, round white.
$1.40fi 1.60 cwt. Red Rivers sacked
and bulk, $ 1.25 1.50 cwt. Michigan
bulk round white. Jl-SOW 1.75 cwt.:
Idaho sacked rurals, $1.90 'a 2.00 co t.;
Idaho sacked russets. $2.25 cwt.
Poultry, alive, lower; fowls, 14 311
23; springs, 20; turkeys, SO; roosters,
15 cents.
MERCANTILE PAPER
NEW YORK. Dec 1 Call money
easier; high 5. low 4'4. ruling rate
5, closing bid 4. offered at' 5, last
loan 5; time loans steady; 60 days,
90 days and 6 months; prime mer
cantile paper, Essioi.
METALS
NEW YORK, Dec 1 Copper
firm: electrolytic spot and nearby,
13; later, 13! 14. Tin firm; spot
and nearby. 30.50; futures, 20.50. Iron
steady, unchanged. Lead steady;
spot 4.70'5 4.75. Zinc ouie.t; East St.
Louis delivery spot. 4.704.75. Anti
mony spot, 4.55. .
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American Locomotive 94
American Smelting & Refining. 414
American TeL & Tel. Co 116!i
American Woolen SO
Atchison 9ili
Baldwin Locomotive 9774
Baltimore & Ohio 37 i,
Bethlehem Steel (B) 55
Canadian Pacific 119'fc
Central Leather 30 7i
Chesapeake & Ohio 69
Chandler Motor 46'i
Chi.. Mil. & St. Taul 34
Chi., R. I. & Pac Ky. 33
Corn Products S8i
Crucible Steel 64
Cuba Cere Sugar '...... 7
Erie 1 12
General Motors i ........... 10
Great Northern pfd. 77 H
Great Northern Ore .......... 32
Haskell & Barker feO
International Paper 5114
Int. Mer. Marine pfd. 60:4
Invincible Oil 12"
Island Oil 2Ti
Lackawanna Steel 42
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Tobacco Products B9Vi"
Cnited Food 11H
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United States Steel fZ'.k
I'nited States industrial Alcohol S3
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To make London beautiful and to
keep it beautiful, drastic reforms are
being put forward. It is proposed
that the city do away with all rail
ways above-ground. It is predicted
that London will see all lines disap
pear Into the earth at a radius of 15
miles from Charing Cross. The old
railway tracks may then be converted
into highways or speedways for motor
traffic. Beautiful bomps In the conn- '
try for many of London's worker
form a part of the project for the
future.
Eeeg have been hoarding honey for
years in -a hollow statue of a womnn
on the court house at Charleston, W.
Va. The bees gained access to the
statue through a hole in one of th
arms.
LIBERTY BONDS
Bought For Cash
Los Angeles Stock Exchange
Quotations
1st Liberty 3H 96 00
1st Liberty Conv. 4 $96.00
1st Liberty Conv. 4U ....$97.50
2nd Liberty 4 $96.00
2nd Liberty Conv. 4 ...-S97.10
3rd Liberty 4 ..J97.32
4th Liberty 4'i $97.t,0
5th Victory 4 $99.. 0
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