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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE
13 mm?. S3 THE DIAMOND DOPE FOR PHOENIX FANS Fielding and Batting Per Centages in the City Leagues For Patt Two Mor-tHs. . OE 8 How're You Fixed? s For a Light Outing Suit That's easy. Because it's the one dependable waeon that we positively assure you will carry your load safely over all fcinds and con ditions of roads." Whether they're stony, rutty or smooth; whether in the valiey or on tlie mountain; in dry weather or a "forty days rain" the Winona Mountain Waon wi-1 never fail you tinder any conditions. Reason No. 1 is that no matter if you put ten tons on the Bolsters you cannot snap tha Axle" (like many wagon axles) because our patent outer hearings aosoiuteiy prevent it. You can see the difference for yourself in the cut above. The arrow-point in cut touches the piece of iron that supports the bolster end and rests on the heavy steel skein that extends for several inches under the axle. The whole is clipped together making a solid and unbreakable support no matter how tig a strain is put on it. There are 24' ftlore Reasons Ask our dealer to show you all the good points o which ' this is only one. Write for our nw free catalog that tells 25 forceful reasons why ycu should own a Winona Mountain Wagon. Doa't buy till you investigate. Write today. WIXOXA WAGON CO. Box , Winona, Mine. Ezra W. Thayer, AGENT Hull or Pierce and Harter will be the batteries for the Orphans Sunday ac cording to present pluna, and Orijalva and Pedro fur the .Maroons. The per J.'centaKes of the teams are now Krats, 3 ?jvon, 1 lost; 750; Orphans, 2 won, 2 T.lowt, 500; Maroons, 1 won, 3 lost, 250. 4! If the orphans take the next two 4. 'games they will advance aheud of the ?;Kr.its who have so far been in the lead. There is a strong possibility 3. tlfat the series may be tied up before 4 It is ovsr. The Orphans must win T Sunday to have much show. Likewise 3. with the Maroons.' M The fielding averages have been 3 'made up to date, in answer to consld i 1 . .1 . . ..9 u .. , cntuii' ueiuauu on uie pui l 01 me u.m Y lilayers. The strikeout records Hre as X follows: Williams, in four games, 21; ; Orijalva, one game, H; Hull, four T ' games, 16; Delgado, two games, 14; X Millett, two games, 12. In sizing up the players the number of games play "j!el In must be taken in consideration, .i To show the relative work of the men 'their batting per centages are placed X along side the fielding. For the in-1 I f.irm-iltim ,.f til., fnnu MillllKinil IVu f!ft ores from a state league last year ure; given. For first basemen. 9)7 to 9XG; second. 973 to 856; third. 961 to S.",3; 1 V 'shortstops, 960 to S10.. ;outfielders, 9il j X to M6 ; catchers, 9S3 to 9ol; pibrher.s, I ft- 978 to 938. The average per centage ;is a half way point between these blgh, and low records. Higher per cents are j" i required of outfielders than baseman, 1 JI ! and of basemen third ranks the most ' difficult, while first is where the morej nearly perfect records are supposed to lie made. Some of the players below have been shifted from one position to another. Their combined chances and a cepted chances Jire given. Look tiieni o'-er:' iu m , WW 11 vt j if I ;n .1 I. 3 i: If you are going away you will certainly need one and we can fit you up in one that will make you feel proud wherever you go. Better rfome in while the assortment Is full. Two-piece Outing Suits are the proper clothes for summer. 5-, ' ft- $10.00 to $27.50 o You'll do Better at I ("Isney. t "astro. 124-126 East Washington '123-125 East Adams . S Towers. 1 !ag..ffin. AILY pASHION "g ALKS BY MAY WANTON ' A SHART SHIRT WAIST GOWN. 0 othe gown quite tafcii the place of til one in simple shirt wa!st style , ajd this season it Is being made from so many materials that it is more than eommonlr attractive. Illustrated is one that is fmart in cut and style yet which is simplicity Itself. It can be mad: from Horn, fron pingham, front ehanbriy, French piqo, cotton rep or any similar material ; or the skirt can be made from one ot the heavier fabrics while the blouse is made from lawn, batirte or something of a cimciar sort So that it teco.ucs available lor a great many needs. The plain ered skirt is buttoned down the frcnt and can be made either with inverted plaits or hibit back and the b ouse is of the tailored sort. !pe!aJ-'nE rejulation sleeves. Tador cut does not mean recessary severity this sea 'on. howevrr, and it can be rendered more dimty by touches of embroidery either in white or in co'or if liked. For the medium size will be required, for the blouse 3,V yards of material 24, 3 yards 32 or 2 yards 44 iocbet wide ; for the skirt &'A yards 21, 5-4 ?ar:is 32 or yards 44 inches wide for linen or other material without if fore or nap, tut should there be OT and down 10,5$ yards 24, &H yards -2 or b yards 44 inches wide will be needed, with I yard of additional material 2t, yard 32 or i yard 4 inches wide lor the lold. A May Manton pattern ol the b otis i. To. 6010, sizes 32 to 42 inches bait, or of the skirt. No. 5955, sizes 22 to 32 inches waiit, will be ma hd to aoy address by the Fashion Department ot this piper on receict ot ten cents lor each. (If In haste end an additional two cent stamp for letter postage which iisuret more prompt delivery.) BAND CONCfRI AT CARTWRIGKT SCHOOL lb, ss . lb lb .... !b .. Orijalva, 2b, p Hyers. 2b, cf .. I Tebln-n. 3b Rudolph. 3b ... Frank. 3I, c . . . Warner, ss Lewis, ss, If . . . Scott, ss, 2b . . Mitchell, cf, lb Sullivan PO, ...60 . . .40 ...31 ... ...11 ... 3 ...14 ... ... 0 ...12 ... 4 ...13 ..17 .. 3 ITevis 1 Indian School Musical Aggregation Will Give An Entertainment Tonight. Quiros, of, p The following Is the prorram to be I given by the Indian School band at Cartwright, Friday evening. June 5: 1. .March. "Merry Widow-" Lehar 2. Selection from musical comedy. 'Woodland" Luders 3. Waltz, "American Students" Mismid 4. Itecltation, "Kdith's Burglar" lua Bussel 5. verture, "Poet and Feasant Suppe C. Recitation, "An Afternoon In it Ho tel Laura Key 7. Overture, "The Belle of the Village, Bovillon S. (a) Spanish Serenade, "La Paloma Veadier (b Italian song. ."La Goldondrina.. . . . ." Serradell j Vinsoik of, 'Lopez .... Lvall . . . . ' Sluie , . i Heinze ,. I Morris, c Harter. c ; Pi clro. c . Williams, Hull, p j IMgado. p. ; j l'eir e, p ,. . J .Millett. p. cf 3b P. -b .. 6 .. 3 . . 4 . 3 . 0 . 0 . 4 .S3 .24 .JO U . r A. 8 3 0 13 16 16 4 12 0 n o l o l ii 0 0 8 Field Bat IVt .Bi t 919 391 '.'SO 939 HM 10011 loan 912 &h'J 10110 &73 ,S93 900 7.'0 5n0 875 7',t( 714 80 linil OllO R00 96S 969 1 ..UK i fS3 sr.T 067 ' 1000 3:13 11S 142 273 12ri 2"0 391 77 142 222 105 364 381 2M R3 111 214 23S 00" r.on 0110 o-- 2T.0 2'i0 2.1" 136 133 111 2",n Oil!) Outfitters to Men and Boys 3Q exact hKation has not yet been settled but it will be near the tracks of the railroads. Mr. c'ampliell left the city day be fore yesterday for tin- coast after hav ing made the final arrangement. His representative here is Mr. Strong. The plant will be large enough to handle I eight cars per day. and there will I probably be other industries Ui con I nection with it, in the way of provi sion for storage, and it is said that there Is a probability of the mi Ion growers having space. Some of the details are vt to be worked. Mr. ('ampbel! is a wealthy citizen of Riverride an.l it is stated that he is so well plenxed with the Salt River valley that the building of the pack ing house by him really meuns more, in the wav of l.:tr investments in , orange groves. The building will be about 1'J'ixl'iO and the work will be i started within a short time. Perhaps one of the greatest attrac tions of Venice is it's eouitable cli mate. From May until November, the thermonmeter hardly varies. To those who wish to secure a pleasant summer vacation for moderate costs, Venice of America certainly should be it. Wanted: A strong young man to run The Republican newspaper ma chine between Phoenix ami Mesa; no snap. Call at Republican office. r VENICE OF AMERICA is- Sricred potpnurii. "Joy to the World" Liirnhouse j 10. Concert solo, "In the Shade of the t Old Apple Tree," Van Alystyne I Ernest Rodrecuez (age 10.) (. 'll Tloj.ftn I Win "l.lttU Ttr.iU'n H:ihv" Sarah Maddrlx. 12. Celebrated Menuet . . . Paderewiski 13. War Songs of the Hoys in Blue.. ; Lauf endeau 14. Recitation. "A Fleeting Show of Hen" Bernard Jackson 15. Baritone solo, ""Alice, Where Art Thou," Aseher Robert Lewis. 16. Recitation "Queen of Sheba" Sava Meccha. 17. American Patrol Meacham 18. Star Spangled Banner. Laurendeau CONTRACT CLOSfD FOR PACKING HOUSE Builder Will Become In Valley Property. Large Investor A contract between D. W. Campbell of Riverside and the Arizona Orangi; Growers association has been drawn up win reby the former is to erect an orange packing house for the use of the association. The building will cost in the neighborhood of $15,000 and the "Venice of America Is fourteen miles from Los Angeles. The most unique Beach resort on ! the- Pacific coast. ! Among it's mnru' attractions Is the largest dnnce pavilion in the world, the l.-irgest skatlr.g rink In the world and the largest and finest bath house and plunge on the Pacific coast. Open all i the time. One of the advantages that Venice j has over resorts is the fact that one j ' can secure at a most moderate cost, j beautiful and attractive Villas and bungalows ranging from seventeen ' dollars and a half to thirty-five dol lars a month, which includes light, water and laundry. These villas are situated on the Venice canals, con- veniently near to the ocean. - j Venice is also well supplied with j first-class restaurants at popular prlc- es and every thing that goes to make 1 up for a high class Seaside resort. ! Those-who wish to bring teams, will j find first class stable accommodations I at moderate trices. j L. W. GREER, PLUMBER 217 W. Wash. Street Phone Red 1131 Let me figure on your plumbing. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Re pairs .promptly taken care of. 'TrV THE HOFFMAN CIGAR 8TAND, E. J. DOYLE, FR0P. CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broaoway & Center. Wf s. YOUR VACATION PLEASURES Will be incomplete, without the daily Republican's visit. Do not miss a single Issue. Phone Main 47. and give the address or addresses, where you want The Republican sent; same price by mail, 75 cents per month. II SmoKe the i y 5c Tom Moore Cigar 10c and 2 for 25c elm E. S. Wall Grocer Go. Distributors FILL OUT THIS BLANK. .150.. ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, Phoenix, Arizona. Please order for me, 10 cents herewith to cover your Charges: Pattern No ' Size Name Address ""te: These Patterns are ordered for you from Chicago and require about 10 'days to get them to you. T Write the Arizona School of Music - FOR - Catalogue and other descriptive Literature. MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Director. BSD BLOOM j ll "maded" l T H 'l M"M"1"M 1 1 M I'M 1 I 'I I"l"I"l'a-W-W--44''r't''-l'-t''"ri'-:- I The Valley Pride Creamery now has Mr. E. M. Walters, an expert, at the head of their pasteur izing department, and are putting out a very high grade of i Pasteurized Milk and Cream. Call up Main 289 and your orders will be promptly filled. H-M 1"1"M"M"1 11 1 1 i H"W'1"M'-M"M'i't"H"K"H- . BEARS GLSND0L0ID proves its own merits. Per fectly safe and effective. Now Is the time to get it, at THE BEAR DRUG STORE OPP. CITY HALL. Send your mail -order here "THE BEST ALWAYS Friday is Bargain Day in this Store Every Department in the Store will put out some extremely Big Bargains of Seasonable Goods. Come and see them. Odd lines of slightly soiled Towels at greatly reduced prices Odd lines of Sheets and Pillowslips at extremely low prices Odd lines of Linen Napkins and Cloths at June bargain prices Muslin and Car mon Cloth at less than manufacturers prices - - . . - . ., . - Ladies and Childrens Hose, plain and lace, regular and out sizes at just exactly their original prices 35, 40 and 50c Embroideries on Friday, our Bargain Day, at price 25c Scotch Ginghams and Madras Waistings, Friday, Bargain Day, at J5c . A big line of Men's plain and fancy Socks, black and colors, many different styles, Bargain Day Price, 5 pairs for $1.00 Friday Bargain Day Mennens Borated and Violet Talcum Powder During Warm Weather when every family wants the best foods prepared with the least anxiety, it is well to call attention that PERFECT OR DAISY FLOUR. v will give the best re i suits in the bread stuff line, and you will always have . sweet, light, healthy BREAD BOTH BRANDS OF FLOUR. FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS Manufactured by VALLEY FLOUR MILLS. Phoenix, Arizona. 12 Specialty Chronic Diseases. SUCCESSFUL. rv HtDO inn RELIABLE. SKILLFUL. "-"""""-"POOCBESSTO.1 Graduate of Harvard medical Colli ONE 0 THE BEVT IN THE WORUV . - EXPERIENCE AfiO KNOWLEDGE 'Tell tha Story Dr. Ilibbsnl lis- been in the same Wallty lor many year1. Su'ees5ful and reliable he has won'the puMle ooiitiilrnre. His wivcess U built upon iibility'aml reliability. The eureii patient brinxs attottierand aeontinnoUH record oi permanent cure thoroughly eMaWwhps one as having a reputation for SUPERIOR SKILL contagious bl I l'oison, Nervo Vital L)e- bility, Pi'lvic disease, eontraeted ailments. ALL UftNATURAL DISCHARGES alone the urethra and all irritations oi ih. urinary tract pertaining to the prostrate eland. Bladder and Kidneys as the result of intiaroatory eondi ti, .is are removed and sound, healthy tissue established, thereby leaving the parts fully reslo ed aa intended by nature. Cancer and external growths removed with out the kniie or Kevere measures. Dr. Hihbard, Hit. bard building, 26-X8 South Second Avenue. Phoenix, Arizona. Consultat ion Free. Hours 1-S. 6-7 if you want everyone to greet you With a amile upon hia face. Carry Crystallized Cactus Carry, From Doitsfrio't place.