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THE AKIZONA KEPUBLICAN, SATUIiDAl MOUSING, JANUARY 2, 1904.
Wise! YESTERDAY'S TURF EVENTS We had a customer in the stove this week that never heard of STKV KNS UUXS. lie spoke and read Knglish, and lived in the United States all his life, too. And the Stevens people have been in business since 1S64, and their plant covers over ten acres of grov.nd. They are the largest producers of Fporting firearms in the world. We honestly believe that the Stevens Arms & Tool Co. make the best double barrel hammer shotgun for 2 0 on the market, the best single barrel sh t suns end rifles, and the best single shot target pistols. We carry their entire line, rifled from $3.50 to $12, shotguns from $6 to $8.50. Fully guaranteed. Another Say of Good Sport at tlie Driving ParK. Gibson and ridden by Pas?ey. and Ro man owned by A. N. Poller and ridden bv Wilson'. Littlo Joe took the money. There was a. purse of $60 for each of lhee races, divided into three-fourths and one-fourth. Both races wore good but the first was the closer of the two. The last rs.ee was an amateur con test for singla-footers. It was called a one mile dash and though, they covered Ihe mile, thty failed ot dash much. At th? start one of the riders saw that the cortest was to be time consuming, and asked the occupants of the grand stand as a special favor to kindly wait until the horses all got in. There were three starters, as follows: . Black Beauty, owned by Phil Ensign: Baildy. owned bv Walter NorrK and Charley Hal, owned by Harry Friedman. Each own er rode his own horse so there would be no fear of his animal being manipu lated by an irresponsible jockey, for the race was for blood and a fine riding t,.. 1,1 In Wollor TCnrrla finlshedl first. Ill IU11.. I A..-' ..... . leaving Ensign jolting along the track a block away, both lonesome and home sick. As the s'nades of night were fall ing, Harry Friedman, with his Arab steed, turned the quarter pole. The grand stand was becoming impatient and fearing that Harry would lose heart, a friend, with a fresher animal, met him a cour.le of hundred! yards from the scratch an.d paced him in. Mr. Friedman, though, insists that it was rnlv a matter of time and that he would finally have- replied the wire without help. :o Spoke Feelingly. "My clear," asked Mrs. Wedderly, "what's the difference between ideal ism and realism?" "Idealism," replied her husband, "is love's your.t dream." "Yes," she said, "and realism?" '"Oh, that's what matrimony intro duces." Cassell's London Magazine. , o PINNEY THE Guns, Bicycles, Cameras. 40 North Center Street. Phoenix 8L ROBINSON, GUN STORE Typewriters, Sporting Goods. rablihed 1887 PHJNt MAIM 147 -:--'2"5.'"S-J-i5--iS -i-tt JS-M-J-i-J- .-JJ... J5"H"5" tHHM"W" I Merchants, Attention! t t We have one factory DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO THE MAKING OF CHEESE. The maker Is a man of long experience In thl3 climate, and thoroughly competent. Our curing rooms are unexcelled, as we make our own temperatures. We can give you CHEESE THAT WILL PLEASE THE TRADE. Write us for prices. If In Phoenix ring up 1871. or better still come to ths creamery, two blocks west of Santa Fe depot. 3 I The Maricopa Creamery Company 118 NORTH CENTER STREET TELEPHONE 79j?erP iVloHti &c Dorrls Undertakers and Enibalrners ladr Attendant 5SSBB5BE2HB5E! v-x-x:":-M-M-x:-: t AMUSEMENTS t Leslie Morosco's Comedians' very pro nounced success in "Spotless Town," which has enjoyed prosperous engage ments in other cities, will be presented in this city next Monday night. Janu ary 4. at the Dorris theater. "Spotless Town" differs from the greater number of modern farces inasmuch as there is rot a stale gag or Joke sprung during the f-ntire perfcrmance; but it has that brightness and originality, character istic of the farces of the most up-to-I'j-te kind seen here in a long time, dis played in ludicrous situations, bright dialogue, unique and novel specialties and the ability of tho strongest and irt(.-:t talented players ever engaged by Manager Morosco. The two comedians in the play, Leslie Morocco and Leila Shaw, are said to be exceedingly funny, and their every word and motion set the audience into fits of prolonged laughter. The cast is a large one, ev ery Individual member being selected for their talent. Those who are fond of bright, vivacious performers should not miss the performance of "Spotles:? Town," and that thaater gors are hun gry for this class of amusing musical farce is attested by the unusually hea vy demand for seats in advance. Reg ular theater prices: $1, 75c, 50c, 25c. THE DELLA PIUNGLE ENGAGE MENT. Some of the musical features of the operas of "King Dodo," "The Prince of Pilsen," "The Chinese Honeymoon" and "The Storks" will be introduced dur ing the plays that will be presented at the Dorris theater beginning Tuesday night by jolly Delia Pringle and her merry company. The . company is a large one. the pla.ys are given on the continuous show plan, no waits from the rise of the curtain on the first act to the close of the show there is some thing doing all the time. On Tuesday night the company will present "The Guilty .Wife," a play that is rich in comedy, pathos and fine acting and beautiful special scenery and stage set tings. Other plays to be presented dur ing the week are "The Sultan's Daugh ter," "Thelma" ami "The Mansion cf Aching Heairts." Prices: 25c, 35c, 50c. A philosopher can explain almor.t anything except his philosophy. Yesterday's racing at the Fhosnx Dtiving park was an afternoon of real sport and was enjoyed by about 500 people. Tht: attendance was not quite so lajge as expected but it was good, and everything went off satisfactorily. The day was sunshiny and pleasant ex cept that it was just a trifle chilly for those who had nothing to do but watch the proceedings. The races were all good but one and that really afforded more fun than the better races. The event of the day, of course, was the 2:24 trot for a purse of $100, divided in to four moneys, $30, $25, $15 and $10. The race was best three in five but only three heats were run as Rex Mambrino took all th:ee heats in 2:33, 2:31 and 2:3CV,. Rex is owned by Dan Steele I and was driven by Johnson. A remark- able thing about the race is tnat an four horses occupied the same positions at the finish of each of the three heats, those positions being as follows: Del nette, owned by A. H. Davidson and driven by Wheat, second; Miss Boy del lo, owned by W. C. Greene and driven by Klolibach, third; Oakwood, owned by J. A. Plattncr md driven by Tjiylor, fourth. There was some little trouM" in scoring, ono of the horses having to change sulkeys a time or two by rea son of breakage. Each heat was a. good' one md closely contested, though the second and third heats were the best. In the second Delnette was at the neck of Rex Mambrino all through the stretch. It Is noticeable that none of the horses were up to their records as ell have made better than 2:30 and the winner. Rex Mambrino has a tecord of 2:24. Delnette only the d ty before entered the 2:30 class, having made a record of 2:2S!4. In connection with this race and these horses it is proper to lemark that both Oakwood and Delnette enjoy a national distinction In that the former was the fiist hoife in the United Stat.-s to make a record in 1'.'ij3 and the latter was the- last horse in the United States to make a record in the same year. Oakwood broke into the 2:30 class on January 1. a year ago, with a record of 2:28, and Delnette entered the same class on Thursday, the last day of the year, with a record of 2:2814. The second event yesterday was the amateur road race between Tom, driv en by his owner, Walter Bennett, and Sally Pointer, driven by her owner, J. C. Adams. The race was a close one, as both horses went round the track to gether and at the finish Tom was only about a length ahead. They art well matched and they both lcnow how to travel. Torn took both heats, the first in 2:351.4 and the second in 2:30, which. It will be noted, is the fastest time of the day. The race was for a trophy, a handsome plush laprobe being thr friz. The third rz-? of the day was a quar ter mile run between Flirt, owned by Mr, McCa'.listor and ridden by Gra-, bam, and Chic-Chic, owned' by Jack Gibson and ridden by Commodore Pas Fey. Briekmtker was entered by James Graham but was withdrawn. Chic Chic won the dash in 23V. A three-quarter mile run .followed, between Little Joe, owned by John. P. WHEN tc rimes SDmds Life Preserver Pat "Oi say. Mnike, phat do yez call that big round thing on the back o.f that auto billy?" Mike "Shure, sn' that's an ixtry toire, if wan should bust, yes haythen." Fat "Begorra, an' Oi fought it war a loife preseiver." rhilad lphia Telegraph. are our long suit. Send them tous and you can be sure that they will be laundered soft and without shrinking. We Sterilize Everything Yours for the best work and prompt est delivery. Arizona Laundry Co. Piione Mnin 39. 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