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Arizona republican. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1890-1930, March 22, 1914, Image 7

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EQUIPMENT IS
NOW ALL HERE
Y. W. C. A. Additional Ap
paratus is on Hand
Girls Can Exercise in
"Gym" to Heart's Con
tent More Suits Ordered
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And there's a grace, a subtle something about every one,
whether it be a severely plain knockabout hat or
the more elaborate confection for dress wear.
Containing model hats but recently
imported from the fashion centers,
and also many models created in
our own workrooms, this spring
showing strikes the Teal note of the
season's styles in millinery. You'll
find here correct creations, but as
different from the average, as day
from night.
With all the beauty and distinctive
nessness of our hats, we've pushed
price into the background. You'll he
surprised to see what exquisite, be
coming models can be bought for a
very little money. Jokes about the
high cost of women's millinery fall
flat before this showing of high
grade hats at moderate cost.
COME AND DELVE IN THE DELIGHT OF
THIS BEAUTIFUL ATJKAY
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Mrs. J. (J. Mulgrave 41 W. Adams Street
Additional apparatus for the Y. W.
Gymnasium has arrived and the instal
lation of the last was completed yes
terday. With the added material for
muscle stretching and developing, the
girls quarters are now among the best
in the state, and the young women of
Phoenix have a place where they may
exercise to their hearts content.
The equipment which was included
yesterday, gave the girls the best in
gym equipment that can be found, with
a complete line of assorted stuff that
would make the heart of the athletic
young man punch his ribs in envy.
Climbing ropes, traveling and flying
rings,-horizontal and vaulting bars and
mats for the bars and wrestling were
the installed pieces vesterday.
The gym classes are continuing with
their general enthusiasm and there are
moie of the women folks of the city
registering for their work each day.
Regardless of the hot weather which is
approaching, the classes are becoming
larger and mere active with each day.
An additional shipment of gym suits
consisting of several dozen bloomer
equipments, with the necessary appen
dages, arrived in Phoenix yesterday
and were distributed to the girls who
had ordered them. The result of the
new duds will be an increase in the
gym attendance for the next classes.
The greatest interest in the gym
seems to come from the youngsters
who have the prior rights on Saturday
afternoons. Yesterday there were sev
eral dozens on hand for their weekly
lessons. They were instructed in the
early afternoon in the arts of the ap
paratus. Later their instructor. Miss
Egleston, told them several little stor
ies to top off the excitement of he gym
work.
ANOTHER JOE iEVY
(Continued from Page Two.)
PHOENIX-GLOBE 20 MILES
(Continued from Page Two.)
main sealed till the end of the journey-
is reached. Then the tank will
be opened, and a measured amount
of gas will be poured in. If it takes
over the stipulated amount to fill the
tank Smith loses. Otherwise Bill
Tremaine is the goat.
The bet is a friendly little contest
over the merits of the Master Car
buretor. Smith says, "It can." Bill
replies, "it can't." Then, business of
discussing and comparing. Finally
Bill says:
"Let's make it a wager," and Smith
lakes him up in a jiffey.
The bet is a suit of clothes, hat
and pair of shoes, the whole not to
ost over $50, and $50 on the side,
making in all $100 put up on the
worth of the little dujingus called
the Master Carburetor by each of
the discussers.
The test is a deserving and hard
one for the Master. It is generally
admitted that the trip from Phoenix
to Globe is a hard one, and that it
takes a good driver and good ma
chine to make it. But it is not gen
erally admitted that any carburetor
can make the trip using less than
one gallon of gas to each twenty
miles of the whole.
Smith will remain in Globe proba
bly over Monday returning to Phoe
nix Tuesday evening.
While Tremaine and Smith were
talking over the possibilities of the
auto in this valley and city they hit
on a scheme which has caused some
excitement und discussion in the
ranks of the motorists.
"Why not make some enthusiasm
in the valley and hold some stunt
and other classy races," was the
scheme. Talking it over generally it
was decided that the motorbikests
needed the same thing, some money
and enthusiasm and that if the two
combined they might make some in
teresting local events for the autos
and motorbike. Beside the fast,
speed and endurance contests, there
could be arranged feature contests.
"Why," said one of those at the
casual meeting, "I'd go a. long way
to watch my wife drive an auto
around that track at a speed of thirty
miles an hour. That would be an
interesting, desirable and at the
same time safe event."
I Several other schemes were intro
! duced for the approval of the few at
i the talk fest. For instance: a chug
bike race, the contestants sitting
backward on their tanks; a motor
' cycle race, each man carrying a girl
! on his tandem; a women's auto race
(speed limited to insure safety), and
i a series of like events.
! The plens as talked over by the
' motorists and their little brothers
were for a race on a week day or a
holiday. It is hard to get the crowd
out to the fair grounds on a Sunday.
Beside it will not be long before the
stores will close one afternoon in
the week and there will be several
thousand men and women looking for
a little excitement on that afternoon.
The matter will be discussed for a
short time and then a committee of
motorists and bikeists will meet to
lay the foundations for further ac
tions. They will call a meeting, have
a good old. fashioned gab .fest, and
lay plans for capturing Phoenix and
the Salt River Valley for the auto
anil chug bike bugs.
BASEBALL CHATTER
In his nine years in the National
league Mike Doolan, the former Phil
ly shortstop now with the Federals,
never had a batting average higher
than .263.
Though Clark Griffith may fail to
find anything choice in the flinging
line among his young pitchers he
will still have Johnson, first name
Walter.
Young Riggert appears to be allow
ing the real article in center field
for the Brooklyn Superbas. He has
a lot of speed and a wonderful throw
ing arm.
Pitcher Vean Gregg, the famous
southpaw of the Cleveland Naps, has
been performing in fine style in the
practice games with the Boston Red
Sox at Hot Springs.
"I expect as soon as I get to Den
ver to match him with Sam Lang
ford for a bout at Lor Angeles within
the month to come, and it he heats
the Boston Tar Baby, he won t have
to look far for plenty of work at his
trade."
Joe Levy is a great Judge of fight
ers, and bis tying up with an un
known boy like Kenneth means that
there is a lot back of the boy with
the Laura Lean Jibby handle.
The fact is. Kenneth recently beat
Arthur Pelky in less time than it took
Gunboat Smith to turn the trick, and
you have got to concede that Gunboat
i!'-the best in sight in the ranks of
the big fellows. From any angle, it
looks as if the shrewd Joe had picked
out a good, long chance, for, if Ken
neth can win from Langford or even
things up with the hean-remover
from Boston way, he is bound to be
a card.
While talking along lines of hand
ling battlers, there comes the fact
that Joe Rivers, despite the fact that
he lias never worn a championship
crown, has never fought for the loser's
end of the purses. Joe lias always
seen to it that his boy went into the
ring with a sure thing for his work,
and that is the reason that the pair
are paying taxes on a bunch of coast
real estate and changing their chump
chariots like the ordinary man changes
his clothes.
Catcher "Red" Kuhn of the White
Sox seriously injured his throwing
arm in a recent exhibition game and
itis feared he may not be able to
play until well after the season
opens.
It is said that Ray Caldwell, the
Yankee twirler, is in bad with Mana
Kir Chance. Reports from Houston
are to the effect that Ray fell off
tiie wagon and was set back fifty
bones in the way of a fine.
What Is This 'A Dialogue Or A Monologue?'
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A Royal
Easter Gift
Complete the picture by drawing pencil line between the lots, starting at No. 1 and taking them numerically
is one of our beatuiful, genuine Native Arizona .
Ostrich
IPIymes
A Feather Story!
'I am selling the finest feathers obtainable in Ameri
cathe product of our glorious Salt River Valley.
My stock is fresh.
Discriminating people will note in my plumes, rich, royal products with
luster, style, breadth, durability and beauty. .One of my plumes is some
thing that will last a life time and always look new something worth while
having. Always in style, always in taste.
Now is your chance to get a feather of superior beauty for very little money.
R. L BALK
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U. S. INDIAN TRADER AND COLLECTOR
At the Big Curio on Adams Street
JOCKEY MAYNARD MAKES
HIT WITH HIS STORIES
BOSTON COPPE R MARKET
Colorado Sport Writer Has Given
Impression He Is Real Phoeni
cianLikes !t Here. j
Since Jockey Fred Maynard, th
ipable sport editor of several Den
ver and middle western papers, wrote
his setios of special articles for The
Republican. the office has been
deluged with correspondence for the
jock." Friends who knew him way
back in the hoss racing days, when
tin jock created sport stories, instead
of wrote them, have written in here,
asking for the old boy. Letters have
me addressed to Maynard. "care
The Republican." The idea seems to
l.i'Vf gotten out that he has become
permanent addition to the staff.
iiml h- taking up his residence here.
As a matter of fact, the jock is
strong fr Phoenix. While here sev
eral ears ago with the Frank Gotch
wrestlimr combine, he sort of fell in
love with the climate, ami now that
he has had a chance to see the city s
progress, he is still more anxious to
some dav make it his home.
It was a special film show, of "The
i.;st Days of Pompeii." that brought
Maynard here on his second visit.
He was secured by The Republican's
sport department to write what has
proven one of the most interesting
series of articles yet published on
1 resent and past conditions in racing
and boxing, both of which subjects
are completely covered by the writer.
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Adventure
Arizona Comml ...
Allouez
Calumet and Ariz
Calumet and Ilecla
( 'opper Range
Daly West
Hay Consolidated
Ciroux
Greene Cananea ..
Hancock
Isle Royale
Lake Copper
Miami
Mohawk
North Butte
Nevada Cons
Hid Dominion
Quincy
Shannon
Superior Copper . .
Tamarack
I'tah Cons
Winona
Wolverine
South Lake
Chino
I'tah Copper
Tom Reed
Inspiration
Shattuek
Bid
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FINANCES AND
MARKETS
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been shot by uld timers. The "heads"
just stood by and watched things yes
terday, coaching from the srde lines
occasionally but never touching a gun.
Company "A"
1 :oo son 2oo Tot.
Ball 43 41 46 110
'Boring 33 39 38 11
iLinville 33 32 47 112
I Skaggs 40 45 37 11
i Solomon 37 48 44 129
! Gulfc
Jacobs . .
KMswort h
Hawkins
Allen ..
Pomerov
Hicks .'.
48
234
Company "
500
44
30
37
38
44
32
35
240
D"
300
49
50
41
lfi
43
31
230
45
:'s-
200
49
.44
44
44
43
4
128
731
Tot.
HI
126
122
98
132
103
PHOENIX CLUB UNO CO.
(Continued from Page Two.)
men who had never been in a match
before, while every other match had
268 723
There will be nu state shoot this
spring ,n account of the fact that there
is no Camp Perry Meet and the clubs
want to concentrate their energies and
funds on state meets. But the Arizona
clubs will hold meets on their own
ranges and Col. Harris will pick men
to send to a Southwestern Division
shoot to be held at Fort Riley. Kansas.
There will be six or eight man
teams from ail the Arizona clubs, all
of whom will be picked at the individ
ual shoots, from marksmen who have
qualified with th .22 rifle. Three day
matches will be held, men to be under
pay. Companies will go out for range
work after 92 per cent of the mem
bership has qualified rith the .22 rifle
ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH 1
NEW YORK. March 21. The
strength which - developed yesterday
in the stock market continued tem
porarily today. The market forged
ahead in the early dealings. Then
the demand diminished and the list
fdl back. At the close small net
losses were the rule. The reaction
was occasioned largely by profit
taking. Speculative selling increased
as the prices weakened. On the ear
ly rise, the coalers and eastern trunk
line stocks were again most prom
inent. 'There was a good demand al
so for the various low-priced rail
road and industrial shares, some of
which touched the best figures of a
long period. The actual gains of
more than $6,000,000. reported in the
bank statement, surpassed the expec
tations and made the best showing
of weeks.
The bond market was irregular
with some improvement in tone.
New Haven 3Vis lost nearly two
points. The total sales of bonds
represented a par value of $1,300,000
V. S. 2s registered declined .
Metals
Metal markets dull, practically
nominal. Electrolytic, 14.30; Silver,
58.
Stocks
Amalgamated. 76Vg; Smelting, 6U;
Sinta Fe, 97J ; St. Paul. 9i,;: New
York Central. 90'4; Pennsylvania,
111; Reading, 163: Southern Pac
ific, 93; t'nion Pacific, 15X; steel,
M: Preferred, 110.
Redewill's
'Sfallmenf Plan
of purchasing a piano or player piano makes it pos
sible for the small wage-earner to own a fine in
strument. This is Something
Entirely New
AND ORIGINAL, the Terms, the Conditions, and
Accommodations, will appeal to Everyone.
Get that piano today! Call and select the instru
ment of your choice, and let Us show you how easy
it will be to pay for it.
u The firm That
Made Arizona Musical"
224 West Washington.
Established 1881
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