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title: 'Arizona republican. (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1890-1930, November 15, 1908, Page 7, Image 7',
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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVE3II1ER l., 1)0S.
CITATION MADE RECORD!
(Continued from Tnue One)
Velox Won the fourth heat by a
length making the tiiiirtTs in 3. 1:4.
1:37 ami the heat in -:V Highfly
pressed hard for a time but gave it up
and finsh.-d fourth, Roton was second
again and Explosion third.
Tin- fifth heat wns pulled off in the
same order most of the way round and
the finish wax the same. Tim? 34.
1:08. 1:41, 2: 13'i.
The special 2:1" trot was a Rood onfe
and also called for five heats for a di
vision of the money. Dutch drew the
pole, R. Ambush. Horalina's Rrojher
and Goldi-r.nt jn ,,rUYr. They traveled
tn order to the third post in 33V. 1:07
and l:4oU. At this point Ambush
caught up with uti h and finished a
Ve'.oek ahead, l'.oralnia third, Goldenut
fourth. Time L': 14.
In the second htat Dutch broke and
dropped behind. The rest wire well
bunched to the third post which was
reached in 31. 1:07 and 1:41. The
stretch work ended In this order: It.
Ambush. Goldenut, Dutch and Moral
ma's Brother. Time 2:ir.-V,.
In the third he-it. Dutch took the pole
at the quarter in 3:!Vi. and led lear
nround. passing the half in 1;0T. the
next post in l:4" and finishing in
2:14'-... II. Ambush wis oniy a neck
behind with Goldenut third and Liorai
In the fourth heat Dutch led all the
way. but was in danger of Ambush at
the third post until th;:t horse broke.
Goldenut wen second place. Itoramla
third place and Ambush in the rear.
Time i:"7. i:ju jii.v
In the last heat lioraluu made a
fine start but broke at the quarter and
Dutch set the Rait clear a round pass
ing the posts in 34, 1:036. and 1:44
finishing only a neck ahead of R. Am
t.ush, Goldenut third, Boralma last.
Truehart, owned and driven by Rar-
slow started to beat 2:25 and finished
a pood trotting mile in 2:19'4.
There was also a two-year old trot
the result of which is told in" the .sum
mary, for $400 and added money. It
was a half mile race with eight entries.
Free-For-AII Pace $2,000.
Citation McJIahon 1 1 1
Copa De Oro Durfee 2 2 2
Time: 2:04-T4, 2:0"iii. 2:0214.
2:25 Pace $1,000.
Vdox Thomas 2 2 111
Highfly Barstow 113 4 4
Hoton De Oro Miller 3 4 2 2 2
.Watkins 4 3 4 3 3
:ltU. 2:09'.i, 2:10'A,
Special 2:10 Trot.
11. Ambush Rutherfd 112 4 2
Goldenut Durfee 4 2 3 2 3
Boralina's Brother Daggs 3 4 4 3 4
Time: 2:14, 2:15, 2:14V2. 2:13,
Two-Year-Old Trot, Half Mile.
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There was a novel one and a quart
er mile running race in which the
purse was $300 to be divided as
follows: $5(1 to the first horse at the
half. $50 to the first horse at tiie three
quarters. $:,0 to the first horse at the
mile and the remainder of the purse to
be divided in the order of finish on a
basis of 50, 25. 15 and 10 per cent. The
entries were Freslas, Kopek. Sweet
heart. Junio and Caesar Augustus. In
the finish Fresias was first, Sweetheart
second. Kopek third. Caesan and Junio. j
At the half Caesar led Sweetheart and'
Fresias. At the three quarters the
same order and also at the mile post.
Girls Pony Race.
There was an interesting half mile
pony race between Misses Ensign.
Weiler and Smock, finished in the or- i)y under one year. James Marlow
on muu Jime i.im-,. (Bright: boy over one and under two
Cowboy Relay Race. I years. Bayard Don Ensign.
Another cowboy relay race was par- ) Had everything been satisfactory it
ticipated in by the same riders. Tom I would not have been a real babv show.
Rice. Bud Burris and Oscar Roberts. ! Last night an unsigned article was re
It was exciting and was won by Burris. I ceived over the telephone saying in ef
Rice second. Oscar led at the start but ( feet that everybody was disappointed
his stock was not fast enough. Rice! except the winners, that it was noticed
got a bad start but had a good horse that the winners were not the prettiest
and at one time seemed to be a winner babies in the world and that six tots
but his last horse was winded and he had been called to the front from the
did well to come In second. whole number and the pick made from
Rube Said Good Bye them without giving the others a fair
At an appropriate time Rube Sheilds show. The voice at the other end of
bade the grand stand an appropriate ' the wire claimed to be disinterested,
land feeling farewell and said he hoped j In explanation it can only be said
i to m"et all the people again next year, that the judges first looked over the
He was given a hearty goodbye. I assembled contestants and picked what
The Baby Show. I they conceived to be the six prettiest
The annual baby show was a great from the whole number, then sorted
event as usual with twenty-eight com- the winners out by a second comparison
petitors and a committee of ladies to of points. But nobody ever expects a
do the judging. The result was as fol- baby show to be satisfactory,
lows. Girl under one year old Zorena Hassayampa Day Prizes
Goodwin of Tempo, girl over one year1 Lady with the smallest foot Mrs.
;?nd under two, Dorris Marie Lawrence; Park E. Hewitt, and on the announce- I
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they were made in the Benjamin work
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tions in the fashion centre of the world
for men's clothing.
The prices are very modest.
ment of the winner by Rube Sheilds
some man in the grand stand yelled.
"Hold it up and let's see it." Rube
Iimj previously neld up his own del
icate hoof Mrs. Henry D. Law
rence and M"-s. Ma'"'e Chinn
wire both close seconds anil II. A.
Diehi; the judge, offered them second
prizes at his store.
Mr. J. Green got the prize for the
largest foot, a Xo. 13 EE and also the
prize for being the ugliest man in Ari
zona. J. I). Marlar and wife who were mar
ried here Nov. 23, 1879 got a prize for
being the oldest married couple and the
couple married here who had lived here
( longest continuously since their mar
I (Continued on page 8.)
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made. Our line is complete in every detail and our prices range from the lowest
priced articles to the very finest grade of Furniture. And whether in inexpensive or
in the most costly, our furnishings are always marked as low as legitimate profits allow.
Upholstered in leather or cloth,
finished in early English,
weathered oak and golden oak.
The mn.'t useful as well as the
most ornamental piece of furni
ture made. Our prices range,
Our "1 X'lmonico" is the hest
Iluffi't for the money ever
shown on any sales floor in
this city. It is built for wear
as well as for its appearance,
and is solidly constructed, beau
tifully designed and finished in
the real mission effect and in
the golden oak.
Moores Stoves & Ranges
We carry the largest and most
complete line in Arizona and
our guarantee goes with every
Stove we sell.
Hotel Ranges from
S165 to $210
Family Ranges from
S27.50 to S85
Reservoir Ranges from
S26 to 83
Range Stoves from 22 up
Cooking Stoves, east with
wrought steel ovens, from
89.85 to S13.85
Heats from.... S3 to S32.50
These dainty Desks, made espe
cially for ladies' use, have book
shelves, closets, folding writing
shelves and mirrors. Beauti
fully finished in the favorite
Handsome Gibson Dressers,
genuine oak, beveled plate glass
mirrors, finished in the early
English, or rich golden oak.
Evpry piece a work of art.
In Our Bargain Basement
5c Counter t 10c Counter
Silk Mucilage, regular 10c size;
Writing .Tablets, sold elsewhere
at 10e; Drawing Crayons, one
dozen assorted in box; Pocket
Mirrors, handy and serviceable;
Can Openers, gopd quality, spe
cial value; Mouse Traps, the
kind that catch the mice, and
many other handy things for
5 that cost 10c everywhere
else in I'hoenix.
Crepe Paper, assorted colors,
extra quality; Willow Raskets,
just the thing for picnics; Toi
let Soap, perfumed, s3 pkgs. in
box; Photo and Card Racks;
Hooks and Eyes, card of 2 doz
en; Black Headed Pins, 100 in
They pay for themselves many
times over in one year by sav
ing labor, "time, energy and
In Our Bargain Basement
15c Counter $ 25c Counter
Hammers, good and servicea
ble; Whist Brooms, Enamel
Sauce Pans, Imported Cooking
German Brown Ware, Coffee
Pots, 2-qt. size; Tea Cup and
Saucer, nicely decorated.
Vases, regular fifty cent value;
Butter Dish, nickeled, special
value; Tea Soons, set of 6;
Shaving Mugs, Vinegar Bottles,
cut glass; Percolator Tea Pots.
Cash Store I