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'(Section Two)
""nt W.,,S Dec- 7 Bullish sentl- ,
half t0dlv-l m.St durm the fir"t
ht prices atlVe 8tOLk market
versa. ' r wt?"nced a 6harP -'
railroads eonT Pressure against
tors was ?",Pments' olla and mo
rise or can n"1Panied a ""Men
IjLt CaU money -tes to 6 per
inuded'thi"0 yWnrton.' which
srwierVi k i encouraging survey of
Iftinr ,busi"ess and industrial con
L"" dePartmnt of com-
wnu,1 anCe whicn embraced an
KSi1.h1S2ment of lndustrial and
.T.ere 1'ere a few prominent ex
actions to the higher trend, notabTy
htoi8U c?mmon and preferred,
!!, re heav"y under reports af
TnSi he company's ability to meet
impending extensive maturities.
Pressure against mall order, ship
ring, high grade tobacco, secondary
f,;tT1ind.. BUgar 8t0(s. Proceeded
inaimV from professional sources.
-lhese issues -were regarded as more
or less vulnerable because of back
ward conditions in their respective
lines. Sales 900.000 shares.
Most cf the day's demand .loans
were placed at 4 per cent on liberal
offerings, in. which the local reserves
or Interior banks were freely drawn
opon. More 30 and 60-day loans
were made at t per cent but of
ferings for longer periods were scant.
Except the Dutch rate, which con
tinued to strenghten, foreign ex
changes reacted in varying degree
from yesterdays substantial advance.
Sterling lost 1 cents and virtually
all continental bills were lower by
five to almost 15 points. Central
European quotations also easing.
Liberty issues and most other, ac
tive bonds gave way to further profit-making
but a few of the recently
reorganized rails were strong.
Internationals were mixed, closing
at moderate gains and losses. Total
sales, par value, $18,250,000.
NEW YORK, rec. 7 Foreign ex
change, heavy; Great Britain de
mand, 4.07; cables, 4.08',i: France,
demand, 7.49; cables. 7.50; Italy,
oemana. 4.30V4; cables, 4.31; Belgium,
demand. 7.20 hi; cables, 7,21; Ger
many, demand, ,4714: cables, .47;
Holland, demand. 33.80; cables, 35.S6;
Norway, demand, 14.36; Sweden, de
mand, 23.90; Denmark, demand,
18.73; Switzerland, demand, 19.23;
Spain, demand, 14.20; Greece, de
mand, 4.15; Argentina, demand,
31.78; Brazil, demand, 12.87; Mon
treal. S2U.
NEW TORK, Dec. 7 Copper,
steady; electrolytic spot and nearby,
13; later, 1314. Tin, steady;
spot and nearby, 31.62; futures, 31.75.
Iron, steady; prices unchanged. Lead,
steady: Bpot, 4.754.80. Zinc, "quiet;
east St. Louis delivery spot, 4.90
4.9s. Antimony, spot, 4.55.
NEW YORK. Dec. 7 Call money,
firmer; high, 5; low, 4: ruling
rate, 44; closing bid. 5; offered at
6V4: last loan, 5V4. Time loans easy,
60 days, 90 days and six months, 4
fi'5. Prime mercantile paper, 55i.
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Kansas City
Receipts, 7.000; calves, 25 to 75c
lower thin Monday; bulk good and
choice vealers, $7.008.00; top, $8.50;
canners dull: some early, $2.252.60;
other classes uneven -but generally
steady; top steers, $7.85; other early
sales, $5.257.75; bulk cows. $3.75
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4.25; few lots up to t.3.00: eood heif
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4.00; bulk stockera and feed
early $5,006-5.50.
HOGS Receipts. 6.000: mostlv
steady to strong; few light lights to
shippers, 10c higher; extreme top
limit Jights, $6.85; choice $2.00 hogs
to yard trader. $6.75: practical ton
paid by packers and shiuDers for
lights and light butchers, $6.70; bulk
of sales. $6.50 6.70; good packing
sows, $5.75; pigs steady, $7.00.
fcHEEP Receipts. 3.000: sheen
steady; most fat native ewes, $3.75
4.25; fed western lambs, $9.75; na
tives, $9.90.
ceipts, 12,000; beef steers slow, most
ly steady; choice to prime yearlings,
ii.uu; bulk beef steers. $6.258.75;
better grades fat she-stock steadv:
other canners and cutters dull; bulls
weak; calves weak to . 25c lower;
stockers and feeders steady.
HOGS Receipts. 17.000: active:
steady to 10c higher than yesterday's
average; shippers buying liberally;
most good hogs averaging 250 lbs.
sold; big packers buying sparingly;
most of small local houses out of
market: pigs about 10c higher: top
$7.25 for light lights and 160-lb. av
erage; bulk lights. $7.007.20; bulk
others, $6.757.00; pigs about 10c
higher; bulk desirable around $7.25;
some, $7.35.
SHEEP Receipts 14.000; fat lambs
strong to 25c higher; sheep and feed
er lambs steady; fat lamb top early,
$11.25; some held higher; bulk early
$10.75(11.00; light fat ewes, $5.50;
heavies, around $4.00; good range
and comeback feeder lambs, $9.25
ceipts, 1,200; steady; beef steers, $5.00
B.Zo; cows and heifers, $3.505.00;
caives, $7.509.50; bullR, $2.003.00;
stockers and feeders, $4.50(96.00.
HOGS Receipts, 400; 10c higher;
top, $6.60; bulk, $6.006.60.
SHEEP Receipts, 2,800; steady;
lambs, $8.759.50; ewes $3.504.25;
feeder lambs, $7. 50 -g 8.50.
NEW YORK, Dec. 7. Cotton closed
steady at a net decline of 4 to 18
points, gpot quiet, 17.50c.
NEW . YORK, Dec. 7. Liberty
bonds closed: 3's, $96.22; first 4's,
$97.50 bid; second 4's, $97.30 bid;
first 4's, $97.54; second 4&'s, $97.40;
third 4'i's, $97.90; fourth 44's. $97.70;
Victory 3Vs, $100; Victory 4's,
Stcstdy. LEAD Steady: spot. $4.704.80.
ZINC Quiet; spot, East St. Louis
delivery, 4.90fi4.95c. .
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Nevada Cons 14
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Utah ........ 60
Big Ledge 28
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Dundee .50
Goodyear Tire 11
Goodyear Tire, pfd 25
Green Monster ...06
Jerome Verde 32
Magma 21
Magma Chief 04
New Cornelia 16
Ray Hercules ..19 .,
United Eastern 2 A
Verde Extension 27
"Some talk of the duke marrying a
local girl."
"Whose money is talking?"
Bought For Cash
Los Angeles Stock Exchange
1st Liberty 3 $95.80
1st Liberty Conv. 4 $95.00
1st Liberty Conv. iYt $97.00
2nd Liberty 4 $96.00
2nd Liberty Conv. ii $97.24
3rd Liberty 4'4 $97.30
4th Liberty 44 ....$97.37
5th Victory 4 ..$99.S0
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Laird & Dines Drug Store
Phone 22
Gilbert Pharmacy
Phone Mesa 1R2
MESA. Dec. 27. "Joy Night- at
Mesa high school on Saturday night
bids fair to be one of the big events
of the year. Every class, every
teacher and every student in the
school is participating In the prepa
rations for the big annual athletic
association benefit with a big time
promised for everybody who attends.
Chief of all the events win be tne
minstrel show, two performances of
which will be given In the auditorium
Saturday night. The cast has been
chosen from the entire school with
every character particularly adapted
to his part of the program. In addi
tion there will be a dozen or more
side show booths. Each class is pre
paring at least three shows which
will include a wild west gambling den
and saloon, the chamber of horrors.
shadow play, crazy house and other
stunts as novel and thrilling. The
side shows will be open the entire
evening . except while the minstrels
are performing.
Preceding the "joy night" program
the students will stage a big street
parade at 2:30 Saturday afternoon.
Classes are pitted against each other
to win the prize for the craziest float.
The minstrels, operators of the side
shows, and all of the school students
will appear in the parade.
The class programs for the conces
sion booths have been arranged as
Seniors Roulette Wheel, White
Mule, Cafeteria, Cowboy and Indian
Stunts, Chamber of Horrors, Shadow
Play. Wild West Gambling Den.
Juniors Spanish Fandango, Re
freshment Booth, Shadow Play, Auc
tion Sale. Skin Games, and other
Sophomores Shadow Picture of
Doctor's Off ice, World War and Edu
cational Exhibition, Pink Lemonade
Stand. Flower Girls.
Freshmen Roulette Wheel. Fish
Pond, . Fortune Teller; Refreshment
Booth. Crazy House.
Disarmament Rotary Topic
JDisarmament was the topic of the
day at the meeting of the Mesa Ro
tary club held Wednesday noon in
the guild hall. Rev. Mr. Lord of the
Methodist church ana George s-nver-
thorne spoke on the subject. Dudley
Ford rendered several comic selec
tions. Harry Chandler was chairman
for the day.
Purchases Home Here
T. F. Slack of Pecos, Texas, has
purchased the W. S. McMannon resi
dence on North Hibbert street and
will move to Mesa with hisjfamily to
make their home.
Loses Valuables
Mrs. E. J. Warren lost her hand
base containing valuables while in
Phoenix Wednesday in attendance at
a meeting of the child welfare board
of which she is a member, m ine
bag was her check book, some small
change, checks, a valuable gold
watch and other articles ot vaiue.
Visitor from South
Mrs. George Watts of Indianola,
Miss., is a visitor at the ranch home
of her brother. L. P. Draper and fam
ily on the baseline southeast of
Mesa. She is enroute from California
where she visited recently with her
son who Is stationed in the air ser
vice there.
Entertains at Cards
' The members of the Mesa Woman's
club were entertained at bridge at a
party given at the home of Mrs. w.
M. Scott north of Gilbert Wednesday
C. C. Meeting Thursday Night
The meeting of the Mesa commer
cial club to be held Thursday night
is an important one and is worthy of
the attendance of every member, di
rectors of the club stated Wednesday.
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Amer. Beet Sugar . 2S
Amer. Can 32
Amer. International .. 40
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Amer. Tel. & Tel. Co 11 6 7fc
Amer. Woolen . 0
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Baldwin Locomotive 94
Baltimore & Ohio . 36'l
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Canadian P.ic 120
Central Leather - 31
Chesapeake & Ohio 56
Chandler Motor 48
C. M. & St P 19
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Crucible Steel 641-
Cuba Cane Sugar 1M
Erie H
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International Paper 52
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Invincible Od 11
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Lackawanna Steel 46
Mexican Petroleum 112
Midvale Steel
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4h '4
Pierce Arrow
Republic Iron & Steal.
Retail Stores
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Studebaker Co 80
Texas Co 46
Tobacco Products 69
Tnited Food 10
V. S. Rubber r,3i
U. S. Stre1 KSiA
U. S. Industrial Alcohol 37 H
Union Iil, Delaware 19
Union Pac 127
Vanadium Corn ?2
Virginia-Carolina C'litni. 29
Western Union -91
Westinghouse Electric 49
Willys Overland 6
M. S. O 13
Gardner & Hirmer Drug Store
Phone 21
J. E. Flanagan Refreshment
Plans for the Mesa Ford day on De
cember 17 will be reviewed for the
members and more detailed plans for
the big celebration will be made.
Other matters affecting the club will
also be considered at the meeting.
It will be called to order at 7:30.
Masons Elect Officers
Rev. Francis Bloy, rector of St.
Mark's Episcopal church in Mesa.
was elected to the head of Oriental
Lodsre No. 20. F. & A. M.. for the
ensuing year at the meeting of the
lodge held Tuesday night, tn aaai
tion to Rev. Bloy as worshipful mas
ter, the following officers were
elected: J. A. Nesbitt, senior war
den; Chas. A. Cave, Junior warden;
Robert Scott, treasurer; Chas. L.
Diehl, secretary. Installation of the
newlv elected officers to be appoint
ed will be held on the night of De
cember 20.
Two Good B. B. Games
The Second Ward basketball team
again proved its supremacy in the
game played Tuesday night in the
high school auditorium, defeating the
Fourth ward. 75 to 17. The tsapusis
won over ine jnrisnan cnurcu, at
to 28. Both games were interesting
and were watched by a good sized
bunch of fans. Thursday night's
games in the L. D. S. auditorium will
be between the First ward and the
Methodists and the Third ward and
Released from Quarantine
The family of C. H. Churchill of
West Main street was released from
quarantine Wednesday following the
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recovery or xuiaa auu
from diphtheria.
Dance to Feature Program
A dance and "Sally Ann" feed will
feature the meeting of tpe Mesa post
of the American Legion to be held
Friday nicht in the K. of P. hall. A
business meeting of the membership
will be held at 7:30 followed with
the social session. Legionnaires are
urged to bring their ladies with them,
according to the notice of the meeting
sent out. ...
Talks on Americanization
Better Education Week will be ob
served with a program at the high
school Friday afternoon at the assem
bly of the student body. Talks on
Americanization will be given by two
representatives of the Mesa Post of
the American Legion, and by various
members of the high school teach
ing staff and student body.
From Tucson
Max Viault, former resident of
Mesa, was a visitor here Wednesday
and attended the meeting of the Mesa
Rotary club. Mr. Vault Is a member
of the Tucson Rotary club.
William Tell Dance
Members of the Second and Third
Wards Mutual Improvement associa
tions are planning something out of
the ordinary for the entertainment of
their guests at the William Tell dance
to be given in the Jj. D. SS. auaitorium
Friday night. Mystery enshrouds the
preparations for the event and the
committee plans on keeping every
thing a secret until the time comes.
Meantime public interest is Deing
aroused and there Is already a prom
ise of a large attendance to see what
a William Tell dance is like.
KROOKSHIRE Born, to Mr. and
Mrs. Ambrose Brookshire on Satur
day, a baby boy. Mrs. Brookshire
was formerly Miss May Tucker.
HOLBERT To Mr. and Mrs. N. H
Holbert at their residence on the
Chandler road south of Mesa, a baby
eirl. Monday night.
CORN To Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Corn
at their home on Williams street in
Stewart addition, a baby girl. Wed
nesday morning.
Southside Theaters Today
Majestic. Mesa Charles Ray In
"An Old-Fashioned Boy." Ford
Weekly. Mutt and Jeff cartoon.
Gilbert "Why Change Your Wife'
featuring Thomas Meighan and Glor
ia Swanson. Pathe News.
Tempe "The Cost," starring Violet
Heminc. Brav Pictograph.
Chandler Bi Hie Burke In "FrlsKy
Mrs. Johnson." Western, "Ine V
That Vanished."
CHANDLER, Dec. 7. At a meeting
of the Chandler town council Mon
day niuht a resolution was passed
instructing the superintendent of
streets to put In a cesspool on Cleve
land street at the west end of the
cirainage pipe to take care of storm
The citv marshal was instructed to
employ men to clean the weeds off
the principal streets in town and gen
erally better' their appearance.
Nothing definitely was done about
street lights, although the Southside
Gas and Electric company has made
a proposition which will be taken un
der consideration.
Guild Dinner
The Episcopal guild will give a
Boston dinner Saturday evening at 6
o'clock in the Chocolate Mission Shop.
The tickets are on sale by guild mem
bers and at the Gardner & Harmer
drug store.
Go to Tucson on Visit
Mrs. C. -A. Baldwin and daughter
Irene motored to Tucson this week
tor a visit with Mrs. Max Viault, for
merly of Mesa. C. A. Baldwin and
daughter Mary expect to drive down
Saturday and bring them home.
Going East on Business
Webster Lewis of the El Veljel
Rancho. Inc., expects to leave for the
East Saturday on a business trip. He
ill be gone a week or ten days.
Presented Jewel
II. B. Clary, former resident of
Chandler and pnst hancellor com
mander of the Chandler Knights of
Pythias lodge, was presented with a
past chancellor's jewel by the Chand
ler order at the meetinE of the Temne
lodere in Tempe Tuesday night. Dr.
K. M. Gilbert and R. H. Fairbanks
attended the Tempe meeting as rep
resentatives of the Chandler lodge.
The presentation was made by James
A. Gilbert, deputy grand chancellor
of the supreme lodsre.
Cleaning Streets
Work was started Tuesday morn
ing cleaning the fnud and dirt from,
the cemf nt pavement laid on the
streets of Chnndler recently. Clean
ing of the streets is in conjunction
with the clean-iip campaign which
1-ns been started preliminary to
Chandler's two-dny carnival to be
staged the bist of the month.
A diamond weighing 20.25 carats
in the rough whs recently found in
the I'ike county diamond field of
TEMPE, Dec 7 Friday evening at
p o clock tne women of the Congre
gational church will serve a chicken
dinner In the church parlors. The
menu will be as follows: chicken,
hut biscuits and butter, potatoes,
salad, relish, apple pie a la mode, cof-
leo ana num. The primary mothers
are to conduct a candy booth, with
airs. ayne in charge. Several ol
the primary children will give an or
iginal one act tragedy.
Mrs. Bert Remington Passes Away
Mrs. Bert Remington died at her
home at McAllister and Tyler streets
weanesany morning at 9 o clock, fol
lowing a long Illness. Her husband
and son, Glenn, will accompany the
body back to the former home in
Wyoming, 111., Thursday evening.
where Interment will be made.
.Mrs. Remington came here with
her husband and son summer before
last and although she has been In
very poor health during her stay he
has won a legion of friends by her
bright disposition and kindliness.
She is survived by her husband, son
and father-in-law who were all with
her at the end, and several brothers
and sisters in Illinois.
Leaves for Bedside of Mother
Mrs. Theresa Anderson, an In
structor in the training school, ac
companied by her brother Charles
Anderson of Phoenix, left for their
former home in Michigan, Monday
evening on account of the serious ill
ness of their mother.
Visiting Mother
Mrs. Will Tanner is spending the
week in town with her mother, Mrs.
Ellen Meyer.
Leave for Home
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Massey and
children, who have been visiting at
the home of Mrs. Massey's parents
for the past two months, returned to
their home in Solomonville Sunday
morning, making the trip overland.
To Spend Christmas in Hayden
Mrs. Fenn Harris and daughter
Mildred left Wednesday morning for
t-iayaen, wnere they will visit Mrs.
Harris' parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. J
Masterson, until after Christmas. Mr.
Harris will go later and speud
onristmas with them.
Tempo High School Notes
Friday afternoon Mr. Murdoch: of
the Normal faculty will speak to the
students of the Tempe Union High
school at the high school auditorium
at 2 o'clock. Parents and friends are
cordially invited to attend.
Rev. Douglas of the Congregational
church gave a very interesting lec
ture to the high school students
Thursday afternoon.
The T. U. H. S. girls basketball
team will play the Mesa team at the
Mesa high school gymnasium Friday
evening at 7:39 o clock. They will
play the Buckeye basketball team on
the Tempe High grounds Saturday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. These
games are both return games and the
school will appreciate the support
and attendance of the townspeople.
The boys' basketball team will play
a return game with the Gilbert team
on the Gilbert court riday after
New Book Placed
The following books have been
placed upon the shelves in the read
ing room and are now ready for dis
tribution to the holders of library
cards: "Desert of Wheat" by Zane
Grey; "The Brimming Cup," Dorothy
Canfield; "Quim." Alice H. Rice
Making Over Martha. Julie Lipp-
man; "The Rosary," Horence Bark
ley; "Michel Forth." Mary Johnston
"In Another Girl's Shoes," Berta
The bookcase In the reading room
will be open for the distribution of
books on Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday afternoons for 2 to "5. Those
desirious of drawing books are re
quested to remember these days and
hours and thus make it convenient
for th librarian
Stops in Tempe En Rout to Florenc
George Larson, formerly of Tempe,
who has been employed at Williams
for the cast few months, was a ruesi
at the Olive the first of the week.
He was en route to Florence, where
he has accepted a position. Mrs.
I-arson. who has been spending th
winter in Tempe. will Join her hus
band Christmas.
Virginia Visitor
Frank Perry is here from Mont
Rey, Virginia, for an extended visit
with his cousin J. t. wooas.
Meeting of Tempe Musical Club
The Tempe Musical club will hold
its regular meeting this even
Ing at 8 o'clock at which It will en
tertain the Juvenile Musical club. An
Invitation is hereby extended to the
parents of the children to he present.
The following program will be pre
sented; Miss L. Rahm, program di
rector: Piano duet
"Little Red Riding Hood
Mrs. H. Q. Morton. Mrs. Lyle Weir
Musical monologue
The Lost Chord Sullivan
Mrs. Logon Halstead
Violin solo
Song of Love Taylor
Randolph Goodwin
Interpretative dance
"Le Secret"
Miss Marjory Robinson
Barcarolle, from Tales of Hoffman
Composed by Offenbach
Freshman Girls of the High School
Musical monologue
-Who's Afraid" Anna Graig
"Holy Night" Adkins
Normal Girlu
Reading Selected.
Marguerite Parker
Vocal solo Selected.
Kathreen Scudder.
Chorus "Silent Night."
Mrs. L. Weir. Mrs. K. B. Meyer.
Misses Bonnie Scribner, Olive Gerrish.
Boy Scouts Enjoy Weinie Roast
The local Boy Scouts enjoyed a
weinie roast on the Butte Monday
evening after which games stunts
and signal practice were engaged in.
The party was composed of eleven
boys and Barnard Davis. Their next
meeting will be held Friday at 4:30
p. m. 1
Methodist Church Notes
The largest attendance of the year
was present Sunday morning at the
Methodist- church, when the sacra
ment of baptism and communion
were outstanding features. Eighty
communicants partook of the Lord's
Supper. Twelve new members joined
the church.
The first Sunday in every other
month will be observed in a similar
The women of the church plan an
all-day meeting at the home of Mrs.
William Painter Wednesday. Those
who do jiot have conveyances, meet
at the church at 9:3rt.
The Bible study Thursday evening
will take the third book of the Bible
and analyze it
Plans for the Christmns program
are well under way. Each class is
providing a mimhcr. Thv classes
will each present a short playlet.
The church volley ba'l court
free to all who care to use it.
FOR RENT 4 Ruenis. cheap.
Pa veil.
The Chinese r.niriKice is to he
tuug'ht at Harvard this year
Northside Department
Advertising News Subscriptions
G. M. DEAN, Manager.
Carrick Realty Co., Glendale. ,
Phon 8
PEORIA, Dec. 6 The local Wom
an's club staged a selection from
Dickens' "Christmas Carol" this aft
ernoon. The entertainment was for
the exclusive bent fit of the members
and invited women guests. The meet-
ng was one of the best attended this
year and all w"-o saw the perform,
ance announce that it was by far
the mest entertainment of it class
even seen in Peoria.
The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyte
rian church hf ve arranged to give a
bazaar and dinner Friday evening.
They announce they are going to fea
ture cheap and useful Christmas
presents and serve an excellent din
The Peoria Farm bureau meeting
that had been announced for Friday
evening has been postponed until
later date.
GILBERT, Dec. 7. A bazaar was
given by the ladies' aid of the M. E.
church Wednesday in the North
Brothers building. A chicken dinner
was served at the noon hour. The
proceeds went to the church.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. v ance spent
Monday and Tuesday in Gilbert with
the-parents of Mrs. Vance.
Misses Cecile and Bemlce Barnes
spent the week-end in Chandler with
Miss Nora Small.
T. H. Jones and son Frank and Mr.
Escreach of Chino Valley motored to
Glendale Sunday and brought Mr. Es
rreach's car back to Gilbert. He was
obliged to abandon it at Glendale on
account of a broken spring.
The M. E. church board held a
meeting on Monday evening and
planned an extensive Christmas pro
gram. The program committee con
sists of Mrs. Imel, Mrs. Suverthorn
and Mrs. Minner.
Messrs. Rump and Bond spent
Monday In Phoenix on business. .
Julius Buschoff made a business
trip to Phoenix Monday.
The sophomores of the G. H. S.
were defeated in a football game by
the freshmen on Monday afternoon.
A game is scheduled between the
Mesa high school team and the fresh
men of the G. II. S, to be played
some time next week.
O. W. Ggffin was seriously hurt
Monday afternoon when the Single
tree to his plow broke and the horses
dragged him over on the plow handle.
SCOTTSDALE. Dec 7 Playing
their second conference game of the
season, the Beavers were defeated in
two close games with the Tempe
High school teams Friday afternoon.
The local girls were defeated 23 to 9
In a hard fought game, while the
boys lost. 4S to 13. The score in the
boys' game does not . indicate the
closeness of the game, for the first
five minutes were scoreless and the
first half ended with the score only
four points in the visitors' favor.
Several of the local players were
slightly hurt in the first half, which
permitted the visitors to run up the
score in the last half. More than 300
people witnessed the game, the larg
est crowd that ever came to a echool
athletic contest here, showing that
interest is increasing . in the sport.
The Beavers will go to Chandler Fri
day to play Chandler High school
team, w hile a game is being arranged
for the srirls here.
The airricultural instructor or tne
local high school has been culling
hens for the past two months and in
practically all the" flocks he has found
fowl affected with chicken pox. This
disease can be controlled by applying
carbolic ointment to the affected
parts, or glycerin containing two per
cent carbolic acid applied twice a
day will get results. As nearly every
flock in the district has some hens
affected with the disease it Is best to
treat them to prevent further spread.
Mrs. G. L. Loomls, Mrs. Stewart
and Mrs. Sullivan attended the meet
ing of the local countll of the Par-
ente-Teacher association in Phoenix
Mr. and Mrs. C. Walker are the
groud parents of a fine baby boy
horn Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Russell ard
family of Gilbert accompanied by-
Mrs." BcU Dounglas spent Sunday at
the home of F.'A. Rich.
Mrs. Chestnut and Mrs. Rich spent
Mond.iv shoDDine in 1'hoenix.
The Hudson. O'Barr, Cotton and
Pierce f.-.inilies held a picnic at the
Hudson ranch Sunday.
C. F. Johnson and family spent
Sunday with A. W. Monell and fam
i!v of Phoenix.
".T W. H.irdwin purchased a fine
milk cow Irom W. B. Sullivan yes
terdav. Mr. Dean, who has been farming
the ranch belonging to Mr. Johnson,
is moving to another part of the val
Mr. Hamilton, who has been in Al
hambra for some weeks, returned to
Scottsdale yesterday.
About 13 boys, with the local agrl
cultural Instructor, will go to Good
vear Saturday morning to select reg
istered I')uroc-Jersey pigs that the
bovs will raise as part of their agrl
cultural studies. Any one wishing to
inalie the trip with the class may do
so, for the Goodyear ranch is worth
sroinc to see. as it is the most modern
hog ranch in the state. Several more
cars are needed to take the class over
and anyone who can go and take
several boys should notify the agrl
cultural instructor at once. It I
planned to start from the school
house at 8:30 Saturday morning.
From tho New York Sun.
Madcc I heir it was a case of
mutual attraction at first sight.
Marjorie Yes. Each thought the
other had money.
The French Government has issued
a circular to the public prosecutors
urging strict compliance with the
laws having to do with deuling. The
govcrnnn-iit inti-U'Is to surpress the
uid custom.
Phone 8
Phon 105R3
Walter Furrey, who has been In the
pool hall business in this place for
several years, has sold his interests
t it Ilia hrothern 1 V. D nil Vnrfast
Furrey, who have been active in the
management of the business during said snares or tne capital biock rep
th mint week. Walter Knrrev will resented and voting at ald meeting
re-engage in his trade of painting.
The special meeting of Peoria
Lodare U. D. F. & A. M.. which was
called for tonight, has been post
poned on account of the severe ill
ness of the master, F. W. Akin.
Mrs. O V. Andrews left for her
former home In Carthage. Mo, last
night. 'where she was called on ac
count of the illness of her mother.
Construction work on the high
school building has been delayed dur
ing the past ten days on account of
the failure of material to arrive from
the coast. The electric transmission
line to the grounds is almost com
pleted. The bridge gang erecting the
25.000 gallo.i steel tank on the
grounds will complete their work
in about 10 davs.
IL W. Strangmen. formerly man
ager of the Marinette project, now
of Loa Angeles, ia the guest of Jay
Research Association
Seeking Old Markets
For Copper Products
Republican A. P. Leased Wire
NEW YORK. Dec 7. R. L. Asras
size of Boston was elected president
or tne new Copper and Brass Re
search association yesterdav. The as
sociatlon was formed to educate the
people in the advantage of rnnn
and brass and to study technical pro-
auction ana sales methods In an ef- I
fort to reduce costs of production and
Mr. Agassfze. in his report, de
clared that the demands made on the
industry during the war nraclicallv
resuuea in ine withdrawal of cop
per from domestic uses. This neces
sitated use of substitutes and when
he war ended the coprer produce
found it necessary "for the first time
to seek a market or rather to seek
out the old markets of copper and
Legal Advertising
The annual meetinar of tha mrk.
holders of the Phoenix National Bank
will be held in its office in Phoenix.
Arizona, on Tuesday. Jan. 10, 1922, at
3 -'Clock P. M. for the Dun se of elect
ing a Board of Directors to serve for
the ensuing year and to transact such
other business as may properly come
oeiore said meeting.
K. P. -HEWITT. Cashier.
We. H. w. Romvsnv P.i4.nt
of the Fleischmann Company of Call-
iornia, a corporation duly incorDor&t-
ed under and by virtue of the laws
of the State of California with its
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 said meeting of
stockholders thereof, and H. W. Rob
inson, J. F. Behrend being a majority
or rue Director of said the Fleisch
mann Company of California, do
hereby certify and declare:
1. That at a special meetlne of the
Directors of the Fleischmann Com
pany of California duly held on the
4th day of January, 1818, 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 said 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.
tne same being located in the build
ing known as number 941 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 of considering
and acting upon a proposition to in-
chease the capital stock of said The
Fleischmann Company of California.
2. That pursuant to said resolu
tion of the Board of Directors adopt
ed at said special meeting of said.
Board held on 4th day of January,
1918, 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 5th. 12th l!th,
26th; February 2nd, 9th. 16th. 23rd
March 2nd. 9th, the first and last
dates Inclusive, being at least once a
week for sixty (60) days before the
day appointed for said meeting of
3. That a like notice of said spe
cial meeting of stockholders was also
addressed by the Secretary of said
corporation to each of 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 busi
ness of said corporation, which said
notices after being so addressed were
mailed by said Secretary to said
stockholders at 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 ot San
Francisco, State of California, post
age prepaid, on the 4th day of Jan
uary, 191$.
4. Pursuant to said resolution of
said Board of Directors and pursuant
to eaid notice the stockholders of
said corporation met on Monday 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, to-wit,
in the building known as number 941
Mission Street, in the City t:id Conn
tv of San Francisco, State of Call
fornin. s-iid building being the build
ing where ti;c board of Dirw-lois a
nd I
stockholders of said 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
RESOLVED, that the capital stock
of this corporation. The Fleischmann
Company of California, be increased
from Five Thousand (5.0U0) Dollar
consisting of fifty (30) 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 (100) Dol
lars each.
5. We do further certify and de
clare that the whole number of the
subscribed and issued shares of the
capital stock of said corporation was
on the day of the holding of said
stockholder meeting, and now is.
titty (50) shares; that the number of
of stockholders was fifty (50) shares.
aid "hares o represented and voting
at sa'd meeting being more man 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 five
thousand (5,000) Dollar of the par
value thereof.
6. That all the foregoing facts ap
pear of record in the Minute Book
and records of said corporation.
7. We do further certify and de
clare that by the proceedings afore
said an increase of the capital stock
from Five Thousand (3.000) Dollars,
now consisting of fifty (50) shares ot
the par value of One Hundred (100)
Dollars each, to Three Hundred
Thousand (300,000) Dollars, to con
sist of three thousand (3,000) shares
of the par value of One Hundred
(100) Dollars 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 eald capital
stock was accomplished was fifty
(50). shares, and that such increase of
said capital stock by the vote
of stockholders representing upwards
of two-thirds of the Issued nd sub
scribed capital stock of said corpora
tion, i
have hereunto set our hands and
caused the corporate seal of said
corporation to be hereunto affixed at
v-uumy ui aan nan
Cisco, State of California, this 11th
day of March. 191 S.
President of The Felischrnann Com
pany of California.
Secretary of The Fleischmann Com
pany of Cnlifornia.
Director of the Fleischmann Com
pany of California.
Director of the Fleischmann Com
pany of California,
State of California,
City and County of San Francisco,
On this 11th day of March. 191S.
before me, Alice Spencer, a Notary
Public in an for the said City and
County of San Francisco. State of
California, 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 of stockholders of
said corporation mentioned therein.
whose name is subscribed to said 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 special
meeting of stockholders of said cor
poration, whose name is subscrlb-1
1 10 ,ald Instrument as such Secretary,
I injjjr iuu.ieuSra i
me that they executed the said In
strument as such 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 of California: and on the
same day before me personally ap
peared the said H- W. Robinson and
J. F. Behrend known to dm to- be
th Directors of said The Flel-ch-:
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.
hereunto set my hand and affixed
my official seal at my office in said
City and County of San Francisco on
the day and year la this certificate
first above written.
Notary Public.
In and for the City and County of
San Francisco, State of California.
State of California,
City and County of San Francisco.
II. W. ROBINSON, belnf first duly
sworn, deposes and say: I am and
was at all the times stated in the
foregoing and annexed certificate of
proceedings authorizing the increase
of the capital stock of The Fleisch
mann Company of California, the
President of said The Fleischmann
Company of California, a corporation
organized and existing under the
laws of the State of California with
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.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 11th day of March. 191.
Notary Public
In and for the City and County of
San Francisco, State of California.
State of California,
City and County of San Francisco.
JULIUS F. BEHREND, being first
duly sworn, deposes and says: I ara
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 company 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.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this llth, day of March. 1918.
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. H. L Mulcrevy. County Clerk rt
the. City and County cf San Fran
cisco. State of California, hereby cer
tify the following to be a full, true
and correct copy of the original
Certificate of increase of capital
stock of The Fleishmann Company of
California now on file in my office,
and of the whole thereof.
Witness my hand and mv official
se.-tl this litii day ot March, A. D.
Co v n tv Clerk.
Deputy County Clerk.

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