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A FISTIC BOUT THAT WHS NOT OH PROGRAM it 1 i Hlri f it iiv, bap T.C" I 3 . .... J -iM I ltll I I 1 f I I 1 h Local Theater Scene of Conflict Be tween Stage Chicken and Stranger. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 191:3 - . . ' -, . , r j- - - - - Fifth floor Hamburger Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. now in progress. Cool rooms 100 feet above the street. Abundant teaching force, regular and special courses. leader since 1SS4. Write for catalog 29th year. Knter any time NOW, if ready SUMMER SCHOOL Yll&l irk I)a' courscs in electricity, plumbing, mining, I W 1 j m assaying, chemistry, automobile, surveying, machine shop practice, bookkeeping, short LOS ANGELES hand, grammar grade, high school, commercial art. "Write today. LONG BEACH, CAL. Hotel Alexander One block from the ocean. Roof Garden Cafe in con nection. Rooms ?pl.00 per day and up. Ahsolntelv Eire proof. R. I "D17RK Fil, Myi-. HflTFI III! ifiN Strictly American plan Board and IIUILL JUL! His room. Reasonable rates. Opp. park; near Long Beach, Cal. beach. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Butterfield. ecfiical Corner 2SSRSBB3S53 Licensed Contractors in Phoenix GEO. W. McCLARTY Electrical Contractor, Electrical Supplies 208-iMO W. Wash. St. Phone 407 ELECTRIC FANS If you warr a fan that will last a lifetime get oie of our General Electric fans. We Do Wirinsr Hot-Point Irons NEW STATE ELECTRIC SUPPLY AND FIXTURE CO. Phone 43G We do wiring 228 West Washington Street Hot Point Irons ffllfflARA COMPLIES WITH INSPECTOR'S INSTRUCTIONS Makes Changes in Lamara Theater Demanded by Building Inspector Claflin and Will Re-open Today. Having complied with the orders of Building Inspector II. 13. ."latlin, the Lamara Theater, which was closed for the instructed repairs on Monday will re-open tonight. The chunks in the theater demanded by the building in spector have lirrn put in. the exits en larged, tlie floor raised, and the whole thins after completion submitted la.t evening to the inspector who gave his official O. K. to the work and permitted the re-opening of 'The Theater Com fortable' beginning again today. The nature of the changes in the house have been, the raising of the floor t'nree and a half feet, so that the lnp to the curtain is not so steep, and the construction of straightaway exits through the back into the alley The changes do not in any way interfere with the excellent arrangements that were always so much a feature of this little theater, ami the person in the seat behind can still see the picture plainly regardless of w hom is sitting in front. Mr. McN'amara. is now the sole ow ner of the theater. No other pirsnn is in terested with him in the theater, state ments to the contrary notwithstanding. The interest that wa.s held by Captain I.awson some time since is now also held by McXamara. The new man agement expects to continue the first class service of the fjenoral Film com pany, than which there is no better. The comfortable little play house will still be one of the best in the country. Building Inspector Claflin in dis cussing the changes said that Mr. Mc Xamara and the theater management were in no way responsible for the con dition of the house before the changes were made. The first plans had pre viously received an official O. K. before, the place was first opened. However the re could be no question he said that in the former condition the number and size situation of the exits were not satisfactory. ! AMUSEMENTS I . The Theater Comfortable The program at the Lamara the ater today is one of the best that has ever been shown in this section. The pictures are all new, never hav ing been shown in this section tie fore The leading film is a Biograph feature, "Swords and Hearts," a story of the great Civil War. The Patho people present two pictures, "His Indian Model," a western story, and "A Hull Fight in France." The Kdison company presents the "Heart of ah ska" and the Lnbin contribu tion is a powerful story. "Friend John." The patrons of this picture play louse are assured of a comfort able afternoon and evening in this little theater. ARIZONA HEADQUARTERS FOR IRON PIPE VITRIFIED PIPE PIPE FITTINGS All Sizes Complete Stock Mail Orders Solicited J. H. MULREIN PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 428 South Second Avenue Phone 1355 One of the swiftest bloodless battles ever staged in the city was pulled off without police interference at the Col iseum last night during' the act of Young .t Manning. One of the feat ures of this performance is the intro duction of a chicken fight between game cocks which travel with the show. However, this looked too easy for Manager Reeves, and seeing the possibilities of a real fight, he succeed ed in obtaining the services of a local exponent of the art of self defence among chickens and secured the con sent of Mr. Young to match his pet for a short time with the "dark horse." However the game cocks were not taken into the secret, and hereby hands a tale. When Mr. Young's game chicken spied the stranger the trouble began to brew. He squared himself off and started a tour of inspection. Recog nizing his pals, he felt that safe that he resented the informality of the stranger in forcing himself into the company of the selec t who was perch ing himself on the back of the bench used in the act, the aforesaid back of the bench being the .specially chosen roosting place of the leader of the show gang. Jumping up to the bench ho made his chagrin known by pecking determin ately at the head of the stranger. Right there is where he made one of the great est mistakes of his career, for the stranger was not only not used to be ing pecked in the head but the physical inconvenience of the operation was beyond his endurance. He promptly accepted the challenge, and the pair retired to the floor of the stage where tney could settle the argument once and for all times. From the tap of the gong 5n the first round it was painfully evident that the leader of the show had met his Water loo. He was outclassed in science, reach and punch, and soon succeeded in proving to the satisfaction of the leader of the show gang his lack of superiority. The seconds and trainers as well as the sparring partners of the leader of the show gang naturally felt they owed it to the dignity of the trav eling profession to resent the. insult and promptly started to make the stranger retract his fictions. They started hut stopped quickly, for the "dark horse" was "there with bells on" an, it was only a matter of a few sec onds when he had not only cleared the stage of everything that loo'ked like a rooster but had regained the perch where he had originally chosen it, and remained there during the entire per formance. While the opinion of every spectator was that the victory belonged to the "dark horse" beyond all question of a doubt, still the "dark horse" is a game sport as well as a fighter and has a creed to mix it again with the bunch tonight at the same place and at the same time, and will continue to do so until he is the undisputed champion of all game cocks in Phoenix. o QUINLAN GOES TO JAIL Industrial Is Given Worker Leader Prison Sentence. I" ASSOCIATE!! PRESS DISPATCHl r.T.i;!:so, jiy 3.of tho ,vvo indicted Industrial Workers of the World leaders accused of inciting the Paterson silk mill strikers to rioting, Patrick Quinlan today was ind Klizabeth either acquit- "forcign jury" living outside guilty several his fate, pro while a spec- sentenced to prison Ourley Flynn failed of tal or conviction by a drawn from citizens Passaic county. Quinlan was found weeks ago and heard nou need unexpectedly tator in the court waiting the ver dict in Miss Flynn's case. Last night at an open air meeting lie had de nounced I'oliee Prosecutor Dunn. To day the prosecution suddenly moved that sentence be passed. Judge Klenert sent Quinlan to tho state's prison for from two to t;evcn years and fined him five hundred dollars. GREAT ENTHUSIASM (Continued from Page One) At 1 p. m. there will be a grand parade. 2 p. m. the Frontier hay contests ami at 7:30 p. m. the srranil auto parade starting from the Santa Fe depot. All the autoists in town will participate. Many from Phoenix will be in. May Catlin with an electrically lighted Case special is expected to be a prize winner. Kight p. in., fireman's ball, on Saturday, July 5, at 10 a. m. the eighty-eight mile auto race from the southwest corner of the plaza. 1 m. tbe the Frontier Day m.. Frontier Day masked carnival on the- plaza with special platform in Among the arrivals by the Misses Ferrieda and Laveen, Chas. Remsbothopi, .f - p. p. m. fight on a grand parade contestants contest. S and confetti free dancing the plaza, trains were Kstha Laveen, Roger Russell Hoyt, Win. Miss Burnett, D. D. Horning, Rush Anderson. Tom Preseott, Jim Davis, Rob Furdel, Mr and Mrs. O. H. Ros ser, A. S. Murphy, Ceorge Morse. Case, O. M. Mayfield, H. H. Turkey, A. M. Crawford, Mrs. H. Kuhlwiln, J. S. Hanger, II. K. SoIIars, Deane Prestidge, J. X. Hays, H. J. Miles, Oeo. w. Hamilton, Harney Kersting, Vie Steinegger, Earnest Hishop, Tom Ccare, Oscar Roberts, Earnest Doug las. In the early cars were: Jim Griffin and party, Quin Anderson, V. Anderson, Waives and Gordon in an Overland, V. J. Rohn, Harry Robert son and wife and boy in a Ford. They left Phoenix at 4 in the morn ing and were here hy 6 in the even ing and E. A. Gardner and party in a Hupmobile. ENTRIES FOR RACE. Wililam A. Gordon of Phoenix in a Chalmers and Rill Tremaines car driven by either Gage or some other ft ' :!.V4! i jJ The following announcements of California Hotels, Sanitariums, and Summer Resorts afford 1 1 ?La Vi;5';1'-? .' V' an easy and ready solution of your vacation problem. They adm.rably and quickly an- v'T.-(Ml VvJVV ' swer the question: "How and Where shall I spend my summer outing?" Literature Ms NJJ-5JVVv and information desired will be gladly furnished FREE by our Information Bureau IX Be sure to ask us. i HOTEL. BOSSLYFJ Afk PiATICk HOUSE p ( Kew: absoIute,r fireProof; modern; 250 rooms U'A-Ur'tH-'ild r:. .!; r;fr'.-a B m I u fl IPII H WW B B-B fl tj&sW ,nlWir&A iST Flfth near Main- Los Angeles, Cal. & SffiW lJESmiMiB S Kates. 1.00 to $1.50; with bath, $1.50 to $3.00 :&ftT iWtusSl er UT5? hess & colopy pt-,': : . : El'ROI'KAX, 75c to A-MHIUCAN, S1.T3 to S:t.() FREE AUTO BUS MEETS ALL TRAiNS Kl'ROrEAN, tiOc to 2.(M LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA Hollenbeck Hotel and Cafe Los Angeles. Jolm S. Mitchell, Prop. PHOENIX HEADQUARTERS Moderate Prices. Excellent Service. Ladies and Children Welcome. HOTEL YORKSHIRE 710 South Broadway, LOS ANGELES. RATES: $1 per day and up; with bath, $1.50 and up. HEADQUARTERS FOR PHOENIX PEOPLE LA NtPTUNE REDONDO BEACH, cd, overlooking t ho hih class - and 3 telephone, steam he Cal., Beautifully situat ncean. Strictly modern, room apartments, with it and private bath in The Baker Apartment Hotel, Los Angeles Corner of Tenth and Francisco streets, a half block west of Figieroa. Easy walking distance, convenient to all car lir.es. Contains fifty-four, two and three room apartments, all rooms, including: baths and kitchen, outside and airy. Apartments handsomely and tastefully furnished in mahogany. Beau tiful court, electric fountain, elegantly furnished lobby, ball room, billiard room, electric elevator, steam heat. One of the most beautiful and home like apartment houses on the Pacific coast. Service unexcelled. Both phones, all niprht service. C. W. Baker, owner and proprietor. Hotel Congress Corner Eighth & Flower, Los Angeles. Meet jour Arizona friends here. Rooms, with or without bath; large lobby, billiard room: close to Bhop- j pins district. All West 8th. Vermont j and Georgia cars pass the door. J21e jvator. Bates $1 up. A. M. CROW, Prop. Seminole Apartments 620 Sooth Flower St., Los Angeles. SUMMER RATES. Bobby, large and beautiful, social hall, billiard ami pool room; modern, homelike. Single rooms, two and three room apart ments; private bath. Close in only five blocks from Broadway. APARTMENTS every apartment. Fitzpatrick, Prop., Prices reasonable. "W. Formerly of Bisbee. HOTEL ARMONDALE Bos AnKeles. Cal. Just opened. 71 S So. Flower St., close to all theaters and i-toics. 75 liirsi', cool rooms with every modern convenience. Wide, cool veranda. Public shower baths. Spacious lobby. All home comforts. Write for special Summer Kates. A. E. Alexander, Mgr. Close to all Beach Car Bines. Tho Most Ideal Spots or. the Pacific Coast NEWPORT EAST NEWPORT BALBOA Ail on Beautiful Newport Bay Still water on one bide, the soundin g surf on the other. Boating, bathing, .fishing. Many social diversions. Plenty of cottages, apartments and hotels. For information, write Secretary, Chamber of Commerce, Newport Beach. California. St. George Apartments 711 Wsstlke Avenue, Los Angeles. One-half block from Westlake Park. Reasonable Rates. 3est car service. Single and double apartments. Private hatlis. other teatures, including sill; floss and cotton fleece bids. Wr. en you COME i.i on Her. invited t' J. P. IS y CALL DELANY, opti, ars. Artificial YES out h I Iroad w; ;.- ia n res ' Hotel Cordova Mb and Figueioa Sts., I.os Annel.-s, Cal. operated now upon both Kuro pean and Ann rioan plans, with ex cellent cafe in connection. laho an public conveyance our expense. Wirf mation to Jeo. P from stations at or write for iiilor W'ells. manager. AT SEE US LOS A-NGELES Maplewooii Apartments Single Rooms and Suites 912 Maple Ave man unknown. An enti f rom man of a Hupmobile, Present t Company. Studebakcr. pilote. driver Church, Perry Pones of cott in a Parry car. and Albert King- Atito by latz ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF Hotel Alexandria LOS ANGELES SPECIAL SUMMER RATES NOW IN EFFECT FOR ONE too Booms, Toilet and Lava tory $2.00 100 Booms, With Bath 2.50 200 Booms, With Bath 3.00 100 Booms. With Bath 4.00 100 Booms, With Bath 5.00 FOR TWO 100 Booms, Toilet and Bath ?3.00 and $3.50 100 Booms, With Bath $4.00 200 Boc-us, With Bath 4.00 and 5.00 100 Booms, With Bath 5.00 and 6.00 100 Booms, With Bath COO and 7.00 100 Booms, With Bath, Knsuite, op which special summer rates will be made. Special Rates By the Month Wilshire Vista Apartments Exclusive and Delightful Family Apartment House, beautifully situat ed among elegant homes; large bright rooms; fine air and view. 615 South Virgil Ave., just off Wilshire Boule vard, I.os AngeU-s. New Schuh Apartments 16C3 Winfield St. Los Angeles Cool, Clean and First Class West 11th St. car to Burlington Special Summer Bates Wilshire 5S3. Home 556300 When vou come to Los Angeles stop at HOTEL MIDLAND 424 '. East 7th street, 3 minutes from Spring St. Just opened everything new- and convenient. Steam heat, running water, free bath. Rates: 50c to $1.00 per night, $2.50 to $4 per week. Louvre Apartments Two and 3-room suites; private baths; hot water; private phones; garage; roof garden; modern. Special rates to Hot Belt people. Well-behaved children allowed. Write for terms. 605 Kast Washington St., Loa Angeles. 1000 Modern housekeeping apartments $10 to $20 monthly, all furnished, well ventilated; quiet, homelike; large grounds. . Conservative Investment Co., 503 Cit izens Xafl Bank Bldg., 3rd & Main Sts., Los Angeles, Phones A 2043, Main 2043. t The Spier Apartments 916 Georgia St., Lo3 Angeles Close in, waikmg distance new brick building, beautifully planned 2 and 3-room apartments; large sunny kitchen, private baths, phones, every convenience; rates from $25. W. 9th St. Car on Spring St, Home phone 55226. High Class Low Rat CARSLAKE IS TY COBB OF MOTORCYCLE RACING: NERVIEST LIVING CHUG BIKER Prescoit in of six entries nisht for Cass Bedc an Kimoi'e w hen anm Sa turdays will. .Mrs. unco auto Bed Fritz ilolm'iuist t tit last A and ood la US n o:i the few Pie.s- w e' e late race, will this by in v- loenic irrievd late ninfT. there were oeiaycil trouble but made the run time.' Three hundred P usurped tlie I'aneing pavilli' i.iaza last nitrht and with a cott people held an inaugural dance ahead of time. The chief of police discouraged the making of any at tempt to .stop the dance ami left for the top of Copper Basin hill'. on the run. AND THEY KEPT GOING. Si:ir(,..- I.oncr was dbiiired to cancel all checking nut of ears that composed ! the Motorcade" that left Phoenix at intervals since Tuesday evening. Al though the ( ars did not i eport direct to Boper a fairly accurate check was kept on the cars by representatives of 'The Bepublican" who in some cases did without rest in order to be sure of the number of cars that act ually made a start. Many of the ears took the Cranil avenue route yester day afternoon and intend to make a nonstop run to the "Queen of the. Pine Clad Hills." This 'Motorcade" of the Maricopa auto club will do more to bring about pood fellowship between the cities of the northern part of, the state and those of the south than a mMlion letters could ever do. The results of the visit will perhaps not be seen this year, but in future years the Present t people will do all in their power b assist Phoenix in stunts that will he pulled off here. Telegrams were re ceived last night from various auto parties who have gone to I'rescott praising the courtesy of their hosts In the northern city. Today the big celebration in honor of Frontier Day will take place anil many of tho visitors from Phoenix will have their first sight of a rodeo. To them the riding of outlaw horses and the rapid throwing and tying of steers will be a revelation of the prowess of man over animals far stronger t ha n members of human race, others' will watch the auto races being thrilled with the flirting with death of the capable drivers around what is perhaps the course that re quires the most sKiii in America. Others again will be occupied with paying visits tn friends who reside in tlie "Queen of the Hills" ami whom they have not seen for some time. Many will visit the splendid pine forest that surrounds the town and spend the day breathing the healthful scent laden air. N matter what the individual tastes of the visitors are. Present t will be fully qualified to cater to them. Frontier day is to I'rescott what the annual Sun Fete is to Phoenix, and will do a great ileal to put Arizona before the eyes of the world. It is such evidence as the Bepublican's motorcade to I'rescott that causes the resident of less favored parts of the United States to be sure that Arizona is the best place on earth to live, in no other part of the country would it be possible to get such a large company of autoists an ex cursionists together with one end in view, that of boosting good fellowship between two comunities. t wt o fed w mw X mm-' -I ..... - ' , . ' 1 1 A Brownie Carslake. iFrjT Just as there is only one Ty Cobb in baseball, so also there only ' one Brownie Carslake in the motorcycle racing pastime. Carslake is ithe nerviest rider in the business, and the wonder is that he has sur vived this long. In the motordrome at Cleveland he has hade a record ' of five miles in 3 minutes 56 seconds.