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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1921. (Section Two) PAGE FIVE ii r tRepubll'an A. P. Leased Wire " EW YORK, Dec. 5. Maximum prices for the year were made by a number o issues in the stock and bona lisrs today. Many of these cabas were subjected to sharp down ward revision however late ia the session. Hails continued their listless k course. Investment and junior shares making only slight changes.- Apart 'rod several of the more speculative foreign, and domestic Issues, oils, notably Mexican petroleum, General Asphalt, Houston, Middle States and Transcontinental were relatively dull d Irregular. Greatest activity and strength were shown by equipments, steels, motors and kindred accessories. Shippings, food specialties and textiles' made v ariable advances. Lima Locomotive, a comparatively obscure industrial, was the strongest feature at a net gain f 11 points. Heaviness of tobaeoos, leathers and a few unclassified issues evident ly was due more to neglect by bull poola than to any specific causes. Sears Roebuck continued to weaken, repeating its low record of the year. Rales, J75.00O shares. Call money dropped from 5 to 4 early in the afternoon. Except the Grmtn rate, which was moderately reactionary, all foreign exchanges rallied briskly from last week's late reaction. Sterling rose 2c and the various continental biilB were higher by 7 to 20 points. - Liberty second and fourth 4H's issues, and the two Victory issues, the latter at a slight fraction over par. were among new high records in the bond list. Other issues were uncertain on the heaviness of Mex icans. Total sales, par value, aggregated $21,830,000. CHICAGO BOARD CHICAGO, Dec. 5. Wheat tinder went a setback today largely as a result of selling pressure due more or less to general relief from drought in the southwest. The mar ket closed heavy with May $1.15 Va to $1.15; and July $1.03 to $1.03. Com lost H to lc and oats to Provisions ranged-from 6c de cline to an advance of 2jc. At first, wheat averaged a little hlgaer owing apparently to a moder ate demand from houses with sea board conneotions- and to London dispatches emphasizing reports that Japan of late had been a purchaser on a large scale. Gossip in some quarters, however, that Japanese boring was in the nature of prepa ration for : war failed to meet any eanerai acceptance. On the contrary, upturns met with increased offerings, especially from southwestern sources and affecting In particular July, a new crop month, which touched a new low price rec rd for the season. The weakness in Julv acted as a drag on December and May and the market closed at the day's low. Keiiinir hi cash houses In corn tended to weaken prices of corn and ats. On the other hand, export oe mand for. corn continued and the southern call for oats was better. Provisions were neglected on ac count of the packing house strike. DENVER TVPMVT-Tt Dec. 5. CATTLE Re celnts, 6.500; steady, Z5c Signer; Deei steers, $4.50(8 6.25; cows and heifers, $3.G0'S 5.00; calves, $6.00S,9.50; bulls, J2.00O3.00; stockers and feeders, $J.50fi 6.00. HOGS Receipts, 1,600; slow, low er; few sales at $6.50. SHEEP Receipts, 7,700; steady to strong; lambs. $8.25(S9.25; ewes, 2 50?r4.I5; feeder lambs. $7.50ffH8.50. TEXT BOOK of WALL STREET 1923 Edltio now ready for free distribution. . McCall, Riley & Co. Monbm Consolidated Stock tUchwe of Nw York 20 Broad SU ' New York LIBERTY BONDS Bought For Cash Los Angeles Stock Exchange Quotations 1st Liberty. 3 $96 00 1st Libeie. v Conv. 4 $96.00 1st Liberty Conv. 4 $37.40 2nd Liberty 4 $96.00 2nd Liberty Conv. 4 $07.32 3rd Liberty 4 $97.70 4thLiborty 4i....: $97.73 6th Victory 4 $99.80 A. V. COOTE Member Chicago Board of Trade Los Angeles Stock Exchange San Franc'sco Stock Exchange New York Curb Correspondent E. F. Hutton & Co. Members New York Stock Exchange Private Wires Coast to Coast Adams Hotel Bldg. 119 North Central Ave. Phoenix Ariz. Phone 1416 "Prompt and efficient service" 11 is n..jijKUUJUt mMUiumi.AjWHi w Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Investments Logan & Bryan Private Wire Service We specialize in Liberty Loan Issues No. 39 South Central Ave., Commercial Hotel Bldg. AUTO STAGE Aj,TQ STAGES To Globe, Miami. Roosevelt Dam. over the Apache Trail t-.I'v To Superior. Florence, Ray. Sonora. Tuesday Thursday, Saturday. I vi'rig Ky for Phoenix. Monday. Wednesday and Friday. To Tempe, Mesa, r"e ro Chandler every other hour. Tc Fowler. Toilcson, Caslilon, -'d water. Avondalc, Wagner, Litchfield. Liberty Buckeye. Arlington and r'MU-"':e Dam. For further Information phone 711 y 1465. UNION STAGE CJEPOT, 11-13-15 East Jei'ferssn Street. CHICAGO CHICAGO, Dec. 5. CATTLE Re ceipts, 22,000; beef steers slow, early sales steady; quality plain; offer ings around $6.0011 S.75; she stock and bulls steady- stockers and feed ers steady; veal calves dull, bidding unevenly lower. HOGS Receipts, 48,000; fairly active, 10c to 20c lower thn Satur days average; butchers off. ship pers buying liberally, but most of smaller houses out of market on ac count of strike. .Top., $7.10 for light lights; practical top, $7.00; bulk $6.5fl(fi 6.75; pigs, 10c to 15c lower. SHEEP Receipts, 28,000; fat lambs end light sheep steadv to strong; fat lambs, top early, $9.75; some held higher; bulk early, $10.25 i&lO.aO; culls. $7.755 8.50: good light fat ewes, $5.25; talking steady on feeders. KANSAS CITY KANSAS CITY. Dec. 5. CATTLE Receipts,- 13,000: all classes very uneven; early trade limited to Killing classes; stockers and feeders strong to 25c higher; stockers, $4.50b.oo; feeds, $5.005.75; beef steers and fat she stock generally steady to 25c lower; better grades. $4.30 5.00; other kinds mostly $3.50414.00; some heifers $-5. BOS 6.25; canners and bulls steady; canners mostly around $2.50; early top steers, $7.25; other sales. $4.50ff 7.00; some choice heavies held around $8.50; calves steady to weak; best vealers, $9.50 HOGS Receipts, 5.000; desirable lights and light butcher hogs to ship pers 10 to 15c lower; packer trade fully lace lower; shipper, top, $6.70; Packer, top, $6.65; bulk of sales. $6.40 6.60; packing sows mostly $5.75 .00; pigs steadv;, bulk, $6.70Ct-0. SHEEP Receipts. 5,000; , killing classes generally steady; ewes, $4.25; yearlings, $8.00; few native lambs, $9.75; most fed lots, $9.2589.50. ' MERCANTILE PAPER . NEW YORK, Dec. 6. Call money steady; high, 6; low 4M-; ruling rate S: closing bid 4Vs offered at 4; last loan 4. Time loans steady; 60 days, 5; 0 days, 6; six months, Prime mercantile paper, o&aA. FOREIGN EXCHANGE NEW YORK, Dec. 5.-Foreign ex change strong. Great Britain, de mand, 4.06; cables, 4.07; France, demand, 7.46; cables, 7-47; Italy, demand, 4.824; cables, 4.33; Bel gium, demand, 7.24; cables, 7.25; Germany, demand, 43; cables, 44Vi; Holland, demand, 35.75; cables. 35.81; Norway, demand, 14.45; Sweden, de mand, 23.90; Denmark, demand, 18.65; Switzerland, demand, 19.23; Spain, demand, 14.08; Greece, demand, 4.07; Argentina, demand, 32.50; Brazil, de mand, . 13.12; Montreal, 91 15-16. . LIBERTY BONDS NEW" TORK, Deo. 6. Liberty bonds closed: 3's, 96.50; first 4 s, 97 70 bid; second 4's, 97.60 bid; first 44's 97.88; second 4U's 97.70; third 4's, 98.14; fourth 4 'A 98.00: vie, tory 3Vs, 99.98; victory 434 's, 99.98. .lice CHICAGO, Dec. 5 Butter lower, creamery extras, 44c; firsts, 35 42c; seconds, 3234c: standard, 37c. Eggs higher, receipts 4,104 cases; firsts, 64 56c; ordinary firsts, 45 Roc- miscellaneous. 62 54c; refrig erator extras, 41(843c; refrigerator firsts, 3S(g40e. Poultrv. alive, higher; fowls, liW 24c; springs, 22c; turkeys, 12c; roosters, 15c. Potatoes, northern white, steady; western stock weak; Wisconsin, sacked $1.6051,1.75 cwt.; Wisconsin, bulk, $1.70 1.90 cwt.; Minnesota, sucked red and white, $1.60(51.75 cwt.: sacked Red Silver, $1.6081.70 cwt.; Idaho sacked russets, $2.00 2.15 cwt. KANSAS CITY, Dec. 5. Eggs tin rhoniroH' firsts. 50(351c: seconds, 81c Butter, creamery, unchanged, iRr- nackins one cent lower, 22c. Poultry, hens, heavies, lc higher, 12 (S20c; springs unchanged, 16W21C, Services New Tork, Boston, PhiladelphI; RMtimore. Montreal. Portland, Ma AND Liverpool, Southampton. London Cherbourg. Antwerp. London. niaseow Havre. Rotterdam, Mediter. rar.ean. Plymouth, Bristol. Danzig. Uvant Hamburg. For rates of passenger sailings or general information, apply to W. WARD DAVIES General Ticket Agent for Arizona 443 .West Washington Street Phoenix Arizona. Munn &.CO. Hobart Bldg.. San Francisco. Calif. Building. Chicago. Illinois. Tower : Scientific Am. Bldg.. Washington. D.C. ' Woolworth Building. New York City awnon TIME TABLE 12 f . rmJWHagMMranaMr f, COPPERS Compiled for The Rep-iollcaf. by W. W. LAWHON Logan &. Bryan Private Wire Commercial Hotel Bldg. Anaconda 46t& Kutte & Superior 17 Calumet & Arizona 65 Ocrro de Pasco . .. "4 Chile 124 Shino 26 Ti (ireene-Cananea ." ....26 Inspiration 37 y lvennecott 253& Miami .' 26 Nevada Cons 13i Kay Cons ...14H Utah -SS1! Big Ledge 28 Calumet & Jerome 15 Dundee 60 Goodyear Tire lltj Goodyear Tire pfd 27 Green Monster 6 jerome Verde 30 Magma 21Vi Magma Chief 4 New Cornelia 1B Ray Hercules ; 20 United Eastern 24 Verde Extension 27 '.a 31 17 SsO 12 U 28 12 33 22 V4 . e 23 2 29 I New york vtock EXCHANGE I Furnished ay I W. W. LAWHON I Logan & Bryan Private Wire I Commercial Hotel Bida. o - a American Beet faugar 28 American Can , 324 American Iifternational 42 American Locomotive 9s American Smelting & Refining. 43 Vi American -tel. & Tel. Co 1157 AmericaVi Woolen 80 Atchison Baldwin Locomotive 95 Baltimore & Ohio 36 Bethlehem Steel (B) 66 Vi Canadian Pacific 118 Central Leather 20. Chesapeake & Ohio ; 66?i Chandler Motor ...... 48 Chi., Mil. & St. Paul 21 Chi., R. I. & Pac. Ry 33 Corn Products 89 " Crucible Steel 64 Cuba Cane Sugar"..... 1 Erie 11 General Motors 10 Great Northern pfd 76 Great Northern Ore 32 Haskell & Barker 82 International Paper 51 H Int. Mer. Marine pfd SGi Invincible Oil 12 Island Oil 2" Lackawanna Steel 464 Mexican Petroleum 112 MidYale Steel ......... 28 Missouri Pacific 18 New York Central 74 N. Y., N. H. & Hartford .12 rorioiK c western : si-ii Northern Pacific 81 'an American Petroleum ...... 51 Pan American 'B" 46 Pennsylvania 34 Heading . 72 Rep. Iron & Steel 54 Retail Stores 52 Royal Dutch 48U Sinclair Cons 22 Southern Railway 19 Southern leucific 80 Studebaker Co. 78 Taxes Co 45 Tobacco Products 69 United Food 10 United States Rubber 2 United States Steel . 83 United States Industrial Alcohol 36 Union Oil-Delaware 19?, Union Pacific 125 Vanadium Corp. Virginia-Carolina' Chem. 33 28 Western Union SO Westinghouse Electric . . 48 Willys Overland Middle States Oil 13 METALS NEW TORK, Dec. 5. Copper steadv: electrolytic, spot and nearby 13: later. 1314. Tin iirm; spot and nearby, 81.50; futures, 31.62. Iron steady; No. 1 Northern. Zl.oorg. L'.uu nto. 2 Northern. 2U.utwzi.uu; io. Southern. 1S.0OS19.00. Lead steady; spot, 4.70(34.80. Zinc quiet: East St Louis, delivery spot, 4.S04.-85. An timony, spot, 4.55. ; BAR SILVER NEW YORK, Dec. 5. Foreign bar silver. 66V4: Mexican dollars, SiU-fs; domestic, 99 M,. LITERALLY APPLIED Harry Why do you say Dobbs has bnrsft Rense? John He knows enough not to play the races. HIS REGRET "Don't you like to gaze intb the autumn skv?" asked the poet. "No," declared the billnoara man "It Jars me to see all that advertis intr snace going to waste." Louis ville Courier-Journal. Wheat will grow almost anywhere except in the tropics. AJESTIf MESA 2 Days Commencing Today CECIL B. DeMILLE'S Production "WhyChange vour Wife?" 'Here's to those who love us If we only cared. Here's to those whom we'd love If we only dared." A butterfly woman's toast to the husband of a too wifely wife. Until at last he "dared. But the wife was still young and See- these two beautiful women culture, manners, breeding flung in an instant to the winds fighting like mad dened tigresses in his room for tbe man they loved. See the dash,' the fashion, the vivid, intimate revelations of this sensational picture with Thomas Meighan Gloria Swanson Bebe Daniels NO ADVANCE IN PRICES Mesa Tues., Wed. Gilbert Thursday Tempe Friday Chandler Saturday f-& ?ff-...A?. 'J H ti H SOUTHSIDE NEWS OFFICE SOUTHSIDE DEPT. 15 S. Macdonald Si. Ph. 341, Mesa TEMPE AGENCY Laird & Dine Drug Store Phone 22 GILBERT AGENCY Gilbert Pharmacy Phone Mesa 1R2 MESA. Dec. 6 The Mesa t'nion High School Pnrent-Teachers' asso- iatlon will hold its regular mommy meeting Wednesday afternoon at 3 clock in the h:gh school building. The principlo feature of the meeting will be the demoi stration of the work t the home economics department by Miss Sheldon and her classes. An interesting address upon me Boy Scout movement Tom Murray, scout executive of the Roosevelt council, also vill feature the meet- ng. The association extends a cor dial invitation to all mothers and teacherss to be present a the ses sion. Welfare Executive Meeting The executive committee of the Mesa Wifare league held a special meetins Monc'ay afternoon in the Commercial club rooms. The revised constitution and bylaws were passed upon and adopted tentatively pend ing a meeting of the general associa tion. The president announced the appointment of committee chairmen as follows: C. Fred Brackette, n nance: nursing. Mrs. Charles Coe; legal: George W. Silverthorn; Investi gation. Mrs. Emma Kollins; anu-iu- berculosis, Ernest Steele; auditing. John C. Raymond; purchasing com mittee, Mrs. J. D. Robertson. Each chairman will selec the membership of their committee, it was agreed. Plans to systematize the league a work were discussed and details are now worked out whereby all cases of welfare work will be handled by the proper committees In systematic order. - Masons' Annual Election Oriental Lodge No. 20 V. & A. M.. will hold its regular monthly meet ing Tuesday night in Masonic hall. The annual election of officers for the coming term and other matters will be taken up. Morrison improving Reports from the Southside com munity hospital, where R. Morrison is confined, were that he continued to rest well and was showing im provement Monday. Morrison sus. tained three deep gashes from a knife in th hands of a Mexican, Guadalupe Garcis in affray at the former's ranch Jnt Saturday evening. Morrison Is suffering mostly from one of the Knife wounds wnicn punctured the lelt lung. It is said he will recover Garcia is being held In jail here and officers said Monday that his arraignment in court will be deferred pending Morrison's recov ery. Goes to Los Angeles E. M. LeBaron departed on Satur day night for Los Angeles to attend to business matters. Returns from Kingman Don LeBaron and family have re turned from Kingman, where they have resided since the early part of the year. Fined for Being Drunk Charlie Kelson was arrested on North Slrrine street Sunday by Of ficer Mendoza on a charge of drnnk enness and disorderly conduct. He drew a J15 fine in Judge Jewells court Monday morning. J. D. Farley was arrested on a charge of drunkenness Sunday n'ght by Night Captain Brown. He was fined $10. Christmas anti-tuberculosis seals are selling well in Mesa, according to a report tendered to the Welfare league at its meeting Monday by R. E. Steele, chairman of the antl-tu berculos.s committee. More than $100 has already been tealized from the sale of the stamps, the chairman said. Allotments of the seals in lots of 10,000 each have been made to the schools and to the L. D. S. church. Every business house has already purchased its cr ota of stamps and seals are now being placed in the hands of the fraternal and civic or ganizations. "Why Change our WifeT" Cecil 11. DeMille's creation, "Why Change Your Wife?" is coming to the Majestic for two days commencing Tuesday This time Mr. DeMillehas treated e vita question of married life in an entertaining manner. Glo ria Swanson ia featured as a too wifely wife in the opening sceness, with Thomas Meighan as the bus band. Returns to Mesa Dr. F. W. Brown and family have returned to Mesa to make ther home and are domiciled in the Ellsworth residence in North Evergreen. Dr. Brown was formerly associated with Dr. J. B. Nelson in Mesa, He will resume his practice here. Mrs. E J. Warren and Mrs. Harry Bland visited in Chandler Monday, i investigating several cases for the Maricopa county child welfare board, of which the former is a member. First BaDtiit Church All services at the Baptist church were well attended Sunday. At th morn'ng service Miss Ruby Golden and Mrs. S. F Davis sang "The Voice Divine." Miss Gladys Clark sang at the evening service. The Wednesday evening Bible study class has grow from 12 to an average ot 60. Thl week it begins a study of "The "Par ables of Jssus." The lesson for Wed nesday is Matt. 13:1-23. Bring you Bible and enjoy this study with us at 7:15 p.m. The monthly business meeting will be held at the close. Prayer and study meeting Wednes day. The choir will meet this week at S:30. Pythian Sisters The Pythian Sisters will hold their regular meeting Tuesday night at 7:30 in the K. P. hall. The nomination of officers and oth-r important busness will come before the meeting. Convalescing Mrs. P. L Peterson of South Mor ris street is i.ow able to be about after a few dayj confinement from a nervous breakdown. South South Theaters Today M.ijastic Msa Cecil B. De Mille's special production, "Why Change Your Wife?" featuring Glo- i ria Swanson. Bene Daniels ana 1 Thomas Meighan. Pathe News. ' j Tempt "The Frisky' Mrs. John i son, ' starring Billic Burke. Western, ! "The V That Vanished." Chandler "Treasure Island," all star cast. PRACTICAL SYMPATHY Old Scot Dinna cry. ma wee lnd ilie! If ye dinna find yer penny afore Tales MESA HIGH P-U. MEETS " TOMORROW CHANDLER WGENCY Gardner & Harmer Drug Store Phone 21 GOODYEAR AGENCY J. E. Flanagan Refreshment Parlor C1KEH DIB AT TEMPE CHURCH FBI. TEMPE, Dec. 5. The old fashioned chicken pie dinner which will be given by the women of the Christian church Friday evening. Dec. 1G, is ex pected to be one of the most enjoy able events of the season. The wom en of the church are noted for their culinary art and their annual dinners are worthy of praise. A Christmas bazaar will be held in 'the church parlors the same evening, which will include several different booths. Many dainty and useful articles and aprons will be on display in the fancy work booth and the fish pond will contain fish for boys as well as girls. The candy booth will be in charge of Mrs. P. M. Windes and she will have a supply of fine home made candies on sale. Visiting In California Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rohrlg and their son Martin left the latter part of last week for the Imperial valley to visit their two daughters- Mrs. Arthur Brown and Mrs. Louis Stal hut. Later they will motor to Up land, wher they will spend Christ mas at the home of Mr. Rohrig's brother. Will Rohrig, formerly of this place, who has for the past several, ears held large interests in orange and lemon groves In Upland. Will Spend Christmas in Temps- Mr.' and Mrs. George Riediger are expected to arrive In Tempe overland, about Dec. 14. from Lompoc. Cal., to spend Christmas with Mrs. Riediger's mother, Mrs. A. D. Quinn. Mrs. Rie- diirer will be remembered by her many friends as Miss Mabel Quinn Will Serve Chicken Dinner The women of the Congregational church will serve a chicken dinner the church parlors next Iriday evening, beginning at 5 o'clock. Ladies' Aids to meet Thn ladies' aid of the Christian church will meet at the church for an all-dav session Thursday. Each woman is requested to bring ner own lunch. The Methodist ladles' aid will meet for an all-day meeting weanes tiay at the home of Mrs. William Painter. Each member is requested to take one dish of cooked food, a plate, knife, fork and spoon ana come prepared to sew. Those who have nn wav of eolng will find means of transportation It tney win oe at iue church at 9:30. SDanda Dav in Tempe TAiirenrn Swelckhart cf Phoenix was the guest of hia aunt, Mrs. L. E. Ensign, Sunday. Educit en wecK This is Education week at the high school. Students In the upper classes are studying scnooi improvement with the idea "of making the school life more beneficial and attractive both to students and teachers. At, a student body meeting held on Monday evenine- plans were made for arous ing niore entnusiasm vana puiung more energy Into the various echoo! Activities. At 2 o'clock the Rev. T. O. Douglas will address the school, and at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon Prof. J. R. Murdock also will address the scnooi Eoth talks will be on the general sun ject of the relation of the community and the scnooi. All wno are inter ested. and especially parents, are in vlted and urged to attend these talks. o CHANDLER PEOPLE CHANDLER. Dee .5. A large num ber of Chandler people attended the banauet elven at the Hotel Aaams in phoenix Sunday evening In honor of D. Soils Cohen, president of the B'nal B'rith. Mr. Cohen spent un ilav motorlne about the valley an was a luncheon guest at the San Marcos at Chandler. Soend Sunday -in Tempe Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Burridge spent Sunday with Mrs. Burridge's father in Tempe. The occasion was a mrtn dav dinner civen in honor of M McNulty. Over From Me W. J. Van Sprankeren of Mesa mo tr.rnr! o Chandler Sunday mornlni for a game on the San Marcos golf links. Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Heffne'r had Mr. and Mrs. J. fo. Thorn, Jr., as their dinner guests Sunday. Livina in Meyer Home Mr. and Mrs. Jack Duffy are livin in the Meyer home while the Meyers nr Ktavinir in Phoenix With their son, who IS seriously HI. Visitind Son C. N. Soarks arrived from Callfor nla SunHav for a visit with his son Joo Sparks. He expects to leave for San Antonio In the near future. Widening Sidewalk Thn sidewalk along San Marcos rico lielnir extended to the curb making the walk IS feet wide. Thl will materially help the appearance of the street. . o HIS ALIBI A sculling match was arranged be twn nn F.nrlishman and an irisn man The Englishman won with ease, and at no time was he ir dan gcr of defeat. Moreover, in a spin of fun and bravado, he stopped tw or three times in his course, blddin the Irishman in his rear to hurry u jp After the race the Irishman came in for a good dal of chatf in view of the overwhelming defeat he had suf fered. But he merely shrugged his shoulders. "Faith," he said, "If Oi had bad the long rests that he took, OI could have beaten him aisily." Argonaut. BERLIN'S RULE OF THE ROAD The Berlin's chauffeur's face is neither friendly nor unfriendly; it is a good firm face, with level eyes and boundless self-possession, something that Is reassuring as one gains his first insight Into the Berlin rules of the road. "Blow your horn and drive ahead in God's name: and the devil take the pedestrian who can't jump." Having to Jump or making other per sons jump for their lives produces at first one's most vivid sensation in Berlin. After a few days, however, it sinks into the morass of the com monplace. Alvin Johnson in the New Republic. Francis Bacon wrote 5S -o- Ecuador is the world's center of the Panama hat industry ATTEi BANQUET GLENDALE PCGR-A Northslde Department Advertising News Subscriptions G. M. DEAN, Manager. . Carrick Realty Co., Glendale. Phone 8 Glendale IHi THE EASTERN STIR GLENDALE, Dec. E The enter tainment to be given Tuesday eve ning. Dec. 6 by the ladies of the lastern Star promises to be one of the best social events of the year. Tbe committees in charge have been hard at work outlining the proaram and to date 'have arranged a splen did evening of fun and enjoyment. Time and effo have been put forth to make the ever, ng one to be long remembered by those who attend. A small admission fee will be charged nd the money raised in this way will be used toward the Masonic home fund. All Masons and Eastern Stars as well a others are cordially invited to attend. The fallowing pro gram has be.n prepared: Readings by members of the Arizona School of music; reading, Lorrane Tuttle ocal number, Mrs. Ross Martin; pi ano and violin selections by Mr. and Mrs. llasbury of Phoenix; solo, Mrs. Clarence Wildermuth. In addition to the above, the play presented last week by the Woman's club wili aga.n be presented and those who did not get to see this sketch will have another opportunity Following this, l:ght refreshments will be server!. First Lettuce Shipments The first lettuce shipments from the Glendale district went out to the eastern markets Saturday and Sun day', one cat being Fhipped each day. Baseball It was a bad day in baseball cir cles for Ulehdale when the White Sox came to Glendale. When the dust had cleared from the scene the score stood IS to 1 in favor of the GILBERT. D'ic. 3. "Joy Night- was a big success at the Gilbert high school Friday evening. The .audi torium was completely filled with an audience which was not in the least disappointed as the high school stu dents presented a very entertaining program. The many booths in the hallway were a source of much mer riment also. The net profits were about $35, which will be turned to the athletic fund. . Leave for Coast Mr. and Mrs. Clare'nce Raiey and daughter, J. E. Linnell and Mrs. Del bert Mortensou left on Saturday for the coast. Mr. and Mrs. Raley will make their home an the coast, while Mrs. Mortonson expects to return here utter a visit with her friend, Mrs. Porter Northroup of Orange, Calif. Spends Week End Here James Rorex. son of Mr. and Mrs. I W. Rorex of Phoenix, spent the week end visiting the E. Darphin family. Gilbert Defeats Florence The Gilbert high school basketball team met the Florence team on the Gilbert court yesterday and defeated the visitors by a score of 33 to 15. This is the second game of the series played by Gilbert this year and so far she has been victorious. Quarantined for Dtphthsrta The Joe Bruton family have been Quarantined for diphtheria. To date only one member of the family- has taken the disease. Robert McDon nell, sou of Mr. and Mrs. W C. Mc Connell, is rapidly recovering from diphtheria and is now out of bed. Leaving Soon for Coast Mrs. John Purvtance expects to close out her furniture business here soon, and accompanied by her two sons will join her husband on tne coast, where they will make their home. Attend Convention Manv members of the Gilbert Ep- worth League of the M. E. church uttended the sub-district Epworth League convention held at the M. E. church at Tempe Saturday. Visit Phoenix Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Barnes. Mrs. N. C. Wil liams. Misses Hazel Williams and Bernlce Barnes spent Friday In Phoenix. James Kennan. who ha spent the past several months with the A. A. McKenzie family, left on Saturday for his home in Miml o EARNING HIS TROUSERS A -clergyman, walking round ht3 parish, met an old parishioner. "W ell John," he said, "how is it I have not seen you at church lately?" "Hain't got no Sunday trousers, answered John. "Well." said the clergyman. "I have a pair at home which will just about fit you. and I will have them sent tn vou." The trousers were duly Pent, and the following three Sundays John was seen at church. Then, after be ing absent for some time, the clergy man acain met him. "Well, John," he said, "you have no excuse tor not coming to church lntelv" l.niik here, parson." said John, "I come to churcn mree r-uinuiys, an if you don't think I Carned them trou sers, just tell me how many more Sundays I shall have to come afore they're mine." Boston Post. . o PAGE MR. SHAKESPEARE "What makes you think that movie producer is not well read?'" Well, all I know is he cabled to William Shakespeare asking him to name bis own price for the movie rights of "The Taming of the Shrew" and he can't understand why he hasn't yet had an answer." New York Sun. THOUGHTFUL AND SYM PATHETIC From th" Houston Post. Singer Did you note how well my voice filled the great hall? Friend Yes. people were kind enough to leave, so as to make room for it. Galena, a mineral ore, is the chief source of lead. t a mile of railroad lu i J in l e i:s ii ' Afghanistan. SPLEHDID - EVEHUIG BEING ARRANGED BY "JOY NIGHT" AT HIGH SCHOOL BIG SUCCESS Phone 8 Phorfe105R3 Peoria Pale Hose-. In spite of the Oreys having three pitchej-s in the box, the heavy hitting Sox landed on the ball at will for a total of 23 hits. Laying New Rail The Santa K construction pnnr is completing the renewing of the steel on the sugar track spur. Heav ier rail is being laid throughout. Royal Neighbors The Royal Neighbors will hold the election ot officers Thursday night and it is requested that each and ev ery member be there at that time. Afterthe business meeting there will be refreshments and a social hour. Children's Party Much progress is being made on the children;?, party that is to be i given Saturday afternoon at the Wom-in's club house. At that time all children in Glendale are cordially Invited to attend and a small ad mission fee of 10 cents will be charged and the money derived from that will be used to purchase chil dren's books for the library. It has also been asl-ed that all those who wish to contribute oranges to the party are cordially Invited to do so and the ladies In charge will be duly thankful for the favor. The follow ing program has been worked out: 1. Grand Lolly-pop march. 2. Old English Christmas. Folk Games. I. Musical Tag. 4 Living Anagrams, prizes. 8. Do Tou Know the Toy Man? 8. Jolly Boyss and Iris. ?. Peanut-Parachute Scramble, prizes. 8. Charades:, Arizona Towna. prizes. "8. Charades, Glendale Business Men. prizes. In closing there will be a Glendale yell. " Child Welfare Circle The next Child ' Welfare circle meeting will be held Tuesday after noon, Dec. 6, at the borne of Mrs. B. M. Casey on West C avenue. The subject wHl be "Americanization" ahd the following program has been worked eut. Roll call answered with a quotation; paper on "Americaniza tion,'' Mrs. Clarence Whitney: "Th Big Problems," Mrs. William Ben nett; Human interest Paragraph, Mrs. D. I Van Camp; Moses as a Precedent, Mrs. Payne; Reading of House Bill No. 132, Mrs. C. H. Tinier. Legal Advertising LEGAL NOTICE STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING i The annual meeting of the stock holders f the Phoenix National Bank will be held in lis office in Phoenix, Arizona, on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1922 at 3 o clock p. M. for the purr se of elect ing, a Board ot Directors to serve for the ensuing year and to transact Such other business as may properly come uuiore said meeting. , E. P. HEWITT. Cashier. o CERTIFICATE OP PROCEEDINGS AUTHORIZING THE INCREASE OF THE CAPITAL STOCK OF THE FLEISCHMANN COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA FROM iTVE THOt SAND DOLLARS TO THKEE HUNDRED THOUSAND IM)LLARS. We, H. W. ROBINSON. President of the Fleischmann Company of Cali fornia, a corporation duly Incorporat ed under and by virtue of the laws Of the State of California with itm principal place of business in the City and County of San Francisco, said State, and Chairman of the meeting of the stockholders thereof. hereinafter mentioned, and JULIUS F. BEHREND. Secretary of said cor poration and of eaid meeting of stockholders thereof, and H. W. Rob inson, J. F. Behrend being a majority of the Directors of said the Fleisch mann Company of California, do hereby certify and declare: 1. That at a snecial meetine of the Directors of the Fleischmann Com pany of California 'duly held on the 4th day of January, 191S, at the prin cipal place of business of said corpo ration, at which meeting a majority Of .the directors was then and there present, a meeting of the stockhold ers of eaid The Fleischmann Com pany of California was called to be held on the 11th day of March. 191S at the hour of eleven o'clock In the forenoon of said day, at the principal place of business of said corporation. the same being located In the build Ing known as number 911 Mission Street. In the City and County of San Francisco, State of California, said building being the building where the Board of Directors and stock holders of said corporation usually meet, for the purpose cf considering and. acting upon a proposition to in cheaso the capital stock of said The I Ieischmann Company of California. J. That pursuant to said resolu tion of the Board of Directors adopt ed at said special meeting of eaid Board held on 4th day of January, 191S, a notice of said special meeting was published In "THE RECORD ER." a newspaper printed and pub lished in the City and County of San Francisco, State of California, the same being the City and County where the principal place of business of said corporation was located, and said newspaper being the newspaper designated by said Board of Directors for the publication of said notice there being no newspaper prescribed by the By-Laws of said corporation as the newspaper in which notice of meeting of stockholders of said cor poration shall be published, that such publication was made on the follow ing days: January oth. 1-th. lath 2'.th: February 2nd, 9th. 16th, 2ird; March 2nd, 9th, the first and last dates Inclusive, being at least once a week for sixty (G'i) days before the day appointed for said meeting of stockholders. 3. Thut a like notice of said spe cial meeting of stockholders was also addressed by the Secretary of said corporation to each f the stockhold ers of said corporation whose names appear on said corporation's books as sufficiently addressed or Identified at his place of residence where known, and where the same was not known then at the principal place of busl ness of said corporation, which said notices after being so addressed were mailed by said Secretary to said stockholders nt least thirty (30) days before the day appointed for said meeting, all said notices having been deposited in the United States post office in the City and County of S in Francisco. State of California, post age prepaid, on the 4th day of Jan uary, 1911. 4. Pursuant to said resolution of said Board of Directors and pursuant to said notice the stockholders of said corporation met on Monday the 11th day cf March. 191S. at the hour of eleven o'clock in the forenoon of said day. at the principal place of business of slid corporation, to-w.t. in the building known as number I'll Mission Street, in the City a:ul Coiin tv of San Francisco. State of Cali fornia, said building heinsr the build ing where the hoard of Dirertois and stockholders of suitl corporation usu ally meet, and at said meeting the following resolution was unanimous--ly adopted by the stockholders then present in- person or by written proxy : RESOLVED, that the capital stock of this corporation. The Fleischmann Company of California, be increased' from Five Thousand (5,000) Dollars ' consisting of fifty (50) shares of the' par value of One Hundred (100) Dol-. lars each, to Three Hundred Thou sand' (300,000) Dollars consisting of three thousand (3,000) shares of the par value of One Hundred U0) Dol lars each. 5. We do further certify and de- i clare that the whole number of the i subscribed and issued shares cf ia. capital stock of said corporation was i on the day of the holding of said! stockholders' meeting, and now Is, fifty (50) shares; that the number of -. said shares of the capital stock rep- I resented and voting at said meeting' ot stockholders was fifty (SO) shares. ' said shares so represented and voting J at said meeting being more than two- : thirds of the entire subscribed and issued capital stock of said corpora tion; and that the amount of stock ', represented at said meeting was fire thousand (5,000) Dollars of the par value thereof. 6. That all the foregoing facts p- pear of record in the Minute Hook i and records, of said corporation. , ' - 7. We do further certify and clare that by the proceedings afore-r said an increase of the capital stocli'v from Five Thousand (3,000) Dollars, now consisting" of fifty (00) shares of the par value of One Hundred (400) Dollars each, to Three Hundred . Thousand (301.000) Dollars, to con sist of three thousand (3,00e shares' of the par value of One . Hundred (100) Dol.ara each, has been made or authorized to be made; that the amount of stock represented at said meeting was fifty (50) shares of the par value of One Hundred (100) Dol lars each, and the whole vote by which the increase of eaid capital stock was accomplished was fifty (50) shares, and that snch increase of said capital stbek by the vote of stockholders representing upwards" of two-thirds of the Issued nd sub scribed capital stock of said corpora tion. US' "WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hands an caused the corporate seal of said corporation to be hereunto affixed at' the City and County of San Fran cisco, State of California, this llth day t,f March. 191$. , H. W. ROBINSON, a President of ThB Fellschmann Com pany of California. J. K. HKimrvn . Secretary of The Fleiachmann Com-! juiuy vi v-auiornm. II. V. ROBlxsny : Director of the Flelschmana Com- pany oi uauxornia. , J. P." BEHREVn Director of th Fleischmann Com pany of California, . (SEAL) State of California, . City and County of San Francisco.- ss. On this. 11th dav of Mr.b iai ' before m, Alice Spencer, a Notary . i-uonc in an for the said City and County of San Francisco, State of aiiiornia, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared IL W. ROBINSON, known to me to be the President of The Fleischmann Com-' pany of California," the corporation described In the within and annexed instrument, and the Chairman of said special meeting or stockholders of said corporation mentioned therein. whose name ia subscribed to eaid in strument as such Chairman, and' JULIUS F. BEHREND, known to me to be the Secretary of said The ' Fleischmann Company of California. and the Secretary of said specie! meeting of stockholders of said cor- i lorauon. wnose name Is subscribed to said instrument as such Seer.tiu-v and they severally acknowledged to me tnat they executed the said In strument as BUCb Chairman and Sec retary, respectively, of the said meet- ', ing of stockholders of said The Fleischmann Company of California, and as President and Secretary, re- ' spectively, of said The Fleischmann Company f California: and on the same day before me personally ap peared the said IL W. Robinson and J. F. Behrend known to me to be the Directors of said The Fleisch mann Company of California whose names are subscribed to eaid Instru ment "as such Directors, being a ma jority of the Directors of said corpo ration, and they severally acknowl edged to me that they executed the said within and annexed Instrument as Directors of said The Fleischmann Company of California. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed, my official seal at my office In said City and County of San Francisco on the day aud year in this certificate . first above written. (SEAL) ALICE SPENCER. Notary Public, " In and for the City and County of San Francisco, State of California. State of California, City and County of San Francisco, SS. H. WT. ROBINSON, being first duly sworn, deposes and gays: I m and was at all the times stated in the foregoing and annexed certificate of proceedings authorizing the Increase of the capital etock of The Fleisch mann Company of California, the President of said The Fleischmann Company of Califorali, a corporation organized and existing under the laws ot the State of California vith its principal place of business in the City and County of San Francisco, said State; that all the facts stated in the foregoing and annexed cer tificate are true. H. W. ROBINSON. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 11th day of March, 191. (SEAL) ALICE SPENCER, Notary Public, in and for the City and County ot San Francisco, Stale of California State of California, City and County of San Francisco. SS. JULIUS F. BEHREND, being first duly sworn, deposes and says: I am and was at all the times stated in the foregoing and annexed certificate of proceedings authorizing the In crease of the capital stock of The Fleischmann Company of California, the Secretary of said The Fleisch man compary of California, a corpo ration organized and existing under the laws of the state of California with its principal place of business in the City and County of San Fran cisco, said State; that all the facts stated in the foregoing and annexed certificate are true. J. F. BEHREND. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 11th day cf March. 191S. (SEAL) ALICE SPENCfc.lt. Notary public in and for the City and County of San Francisco, state of California State of California City and County of San Francisco, ss. I, Ji. I. Mulcrevy, County Clerk of the Ci'v and County of San Fran cisco, State of California, hereby cer tify the following to be a full, true and correct copy the original Certificate of increase of capital stork of The Fleishmann Companv of California now on file In my office, and of the whole thereof. Witness my hand and my official seal this 14th day of March, A. P. If 1 . (SEAL) II. T. MULCREVY. Count v Clerk. F.y L J. WEl.f'H Deputy County Clerk.