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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 2G, 1914 .WORLD of SPORT PROGRAM OF MOTORCYCLE SAND STUFF Heroes of Two-Wheeled Speed Wagons to Buck Loose Dirt Course at Riverside Ellie Wilson Compiles Some Prizes. Mayers; McLean, Cheney and Bresna- hun. ST. LOUIS, -May 25. By bunching hits and errors in the third inning Bos ton gained a lead St. Louis could not overcome. Robinson played a goon game, but Dolan's error at second paved the way for 2 runs. Score R. II. E. Boston I..-, 3 11 1 St. Louis 2 7 2 Batteries Taylor and Whaling; Rob inson and Wingo. Sand pulls, novelty races, obstacle runs and other forms of motorcycle fun are on the program being ar ranged by Ellio Wilson for Riverside Park Saturday early after 12: 00. At tonight's meeting, the Phoenix Motor cycle Club will hear a tale of won derful progress made almost unaided by Mr. Enthusiast Wilson, and will appoint a committee including "his own self to handle the events. In co-operating with the Motoi cycle Club, Riverside park has arranged to admit free to the grounds and bath ing pool all members of the Phoenix Motorcycle Club who present their F. A. M. cards. The management will also assist in getting a course fixed up for the riders This will probably be the first gas trial course in the world to be plowed instead of rolled prior to the running. The Phoenix motorcyclists are nothing if not orig inal. As there is a swim meet, the man agement has arranged to date the motorcycle events at Saturday, May 30, at 1:30. The swim contests start at 3:30. In preparing for the meet. Ellie Wilson went out and collected about fifty buck's worth . of tires, chains, inner tubes, lamps, tandem seats and other motorbike paraphernalia to be given as prizes. He claims he will have collected a hundred dollars' worth of this fascinating stuff when tonight's sun has disappeared behind the White Tanks. Nearly all the local experts are entered. A. number of pleasing little comedy events will be staged by the innocent by-riders. :Five real stunts will be the program." ' The course will be either five-eighths or seven eighths of a mile. An encouraging symptom is the willingness of the local motorcycle dealeis to contribute to the prize list. o- STANDING OF THE CLUBS Phillies Win CINCINNATI. May 23. Ineffective pitching of Cincinnati t wirier enabled Philadelphia to win the first game of the series. Rowan was hit hard, allow ing the Phillies five runs. Score R. Philadelphia 6 Cincinnati 4 !t Batteries Mayer. Marshall and Kil lifer. Rowan; Ingersoll and Clark, (ion zales. H. 10 E. r swibs WILL COMPETE 'Fiscal" Department Pro vides Warm Weather At traction for Natatorial Youths, Who Will -loin in Contests Fridav Xiht. ROOSEVELT 10 SPEND DAY MISSIONARY SOCIETY (Continued from Page One) Cooper Hit Hard PITTSBURG, May 2:.. Brooklyn and Pittsburg met for the first time this season and the Pirates won a closely contested game. The visitors hit Coo per hard in the ninth. Score R. H. E. Brooklyn 4 S 1 Pittsburg 5 11 2 naileries itucKer, Kagan, Wagner and Miller; Cooper and Gibson. h. splash! Once mole will the sound of dis turbed water be heard in the land, for E. G. Fitzgerald, physical direc tor of the Phoenix Young Men's Christian Association, is announcing a water sports meet for Friday night. Of course it will be held in the big white cool Y. M. C. A. pool and also in the evening. It is open to all sen iors, forme! members and I'itz. But Fitz being an official, will not parti cipate. The time of water compe titions is coming around swiftly, says Mister Fitzgerald, so "everybody get in and get wet" this last being ex plained as a parody on the latest au tomobile song. - The events include: 20-yard dash; politics and the Wilson administration. Since his return home, Roosevelt has talked with progressive leaders from most of the states in which the progressive party is expected to make ' its best showing. Today he heard from one more state. Joseph Alsop and Herbert Knox Smith came to oyster Bay to report on conditions in Connecticut. It was apparent from his manner to day that his dip into practical politics has .stirred the colonel into a desire for immediate action. As to the part he is to play, Roosevelt has received two sets of opinions. Some of his friends wish him to stay in the back ground until the campaign is well on and reserve bis ammunition. Other advisers want hint to plunge into the battle at once to prevent the repub licans from being first in attacking the Wilson administration. Colonel Roosevelt was inclined at first to adopt the former course, but today he was seriously considering a shift to an early attack. He will be out of the country from May 30 to June 24 on his trip to Spain, and un less ho decides to take a decisive step in the next few days he will have no opportunity to do so for some time. A group of visitors, whom Colonel Roosevelt described as "five natural ists," took luncheon at Sagamore Hill today. John Suffer of Chicago also saw the colonel. Roosevelt will leave home by automobile at S o'clock to morrow for New York to take train for Washington. IN SESSION AT TEMPE AMERICAN LEAGUE swim : swim; inn-yard 440-yard war. i The latter wil pull contest of I is to take place und rela water swim; swim; tug of I probably rival the the motorcycles. It in the deep end of strivers tiles and Boost for Nats ASHINGION, May .,. By de- ; the pool, so that none of th feating Detroit, Washington climbed' can hook his toes on the within halt a game of first place in the 'get an added purchase. American league pennant race. De-1 Rules for the meeting will irons one run was scored on Main s 'same as those of single, this sort, and R. H. E. 1 7 1 10 14 t National League Club Won. Lost. Pet. Pittsburg 21 8 .724 New York 16 11 .393 Cincinnati 19 15 .55"9 St. Louis 17 19 .472 Brooklyn 13 15 .464 Chicago 15 19 .441 Philadelphia 12 15 .444 Boston 8 19 .296 American League Club Won. Lost. Pet. Detroit 21 13 .618 Washington 19 12 .613 Philadelphia '.17 11 .607 Boston 14 15 .4S3 New York 14 15 .483 St. Louis ! 13 17 .469 Chicago .. 13 20 .429 Cleveland 10 22 .313 Score Detroit . . Washington . Batteries ( and Stanage; Williams. lorm scoring I under Fitzgerald's own ' tern every heat a no, avet. Mains, Reynolds Johnson. Bentley and i heats; they are I point will count i be the t'f contests of will be done patented sys they are not cools." But every the final scores. Sacrifices Win I BOSTON, May 25. Sacrifice hitting ! assisted Cleveland to defeat Boston. I Mitchell held the Sox to three hits, j Gainor, purchased from Detroit report- I ed to Boston and will probably play his i first game tomorrow. Score R. 'h. E. i Man Cleveland 3 5 o i Boston o 3 3 ' Batteries Mitchell and Carisch; Col lins. Coumbe and Carrigan. GOSS JUiyiPS TO SOLONS; LAN60WBKI GETS HARRIS WATCH FOR THE NEW TRUCKS. ( Advertisement.) CHASE tr STUDEBAKER STOLEN Wayland Wood, of lilt Arizona Motor company, roparted to the police and sheriff late last night, the theft of a new seven passenger, six-cylinder black body Stu debaker car with a pasteboard license tag No. 167. The car was taken from the Arizona School of Music. Both city- Mid county officers sent out several cars with officers in an effort to locate the car and apprehend the thieves but up to an early hour this morning the search had been unsuccessful. o THIRTEEN ABE-MADE PRINCES OF CHURCH i Who Never Won Against Phoenix; Mesa's Victor Joins Jewels Federal League Baltimore 21 6 .778 St Louis 16 16 .500 Brooklyn 12 13 .4S0 Buffalo 13 14 .481 Indianapolis 14 15 .483 Chicago 13 16 .484 Kansas City 14 18. .438 Pittsburg . . 11 18 .379 Coast League Club Won. Lost. Pet. Venice 30 20 .600 San Francisco 31 22 .585 Los Angeles 26 26 .500 Sacramento 23 26 .469 Portland 20 24 .455 Oakland 18 30 .375 WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY National League Brooklyn at Pittsburg. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. New York at Chicago. Boston at St. Louis. American League Detroit at Washington. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Chicago at New York. Cleveland at Boston. Ray for Scott NEW YORK. -May 25. Scott was better than Warhop in a pitcher's bat tle and Chicago won the first of the series. Scott held the Yankees to three : hits and fanned seven. Only four' reached first base. Score R. H. E. Chicago l 5 0 New York o 3 0 i Batteries Scott and Schalk; Warhop I and Rogers. I I (Special to The Republican) MESA, .May 25. Manager Uang I ouski received a message yesterday : afternoon to the effect that A. G. Harris, fmnierly with Miami would of this Harris twenty-recent He Fanned 'em All PHILADELPHIA. May 25. Pennock pitched a masterly game, fanning twelve. Every man facing him except Pratt struck out at least once. Score R. H. E. St. Louis . .' 2 6 2 Philadelphia 6 10 0 Batteries James, Leverenz and Ag new; Pennock and Lapp. FEDERAL LEAGUE be ill Mejji ou Thursday week for a series of games. ;s the man who struck out .ne Mesa players in the Mesa-Miami game. Ever since that memorable event Manager I.angowski has been "after" Harris. He is a southpaw and with smoke enough to call out a fire department any tii.ie. He is said to be a heady player and lias the size to hold up. Frank Goss, who has been with .Mesa for the past several week:-, has been signed by Phoenix and will be in the game against Mesa ou ouiiuay next. Harris will be in the box for .Mesa, next Sunday against the Riversides. Pitchers Suffer BUFFALO, May 25. Kansas City found Ford easy and batted their way to a safe lead the first two innings. Moran, relieving Ford in the third was also hit freely. Score R. H. E. Kansas City 8 15 2 Buffalo 4 5 2 Batteries I'ullop and Easterly, Ford, Moran; Anderson and Blair. SI EIRE BY A HAIR Consistory Elevates Baker's to the Purole Dozen May 25. Thirteen new the Catholic church were through the votes ot of the Sacred College Guisasoia y of Toledo, Serafini, As- Inquisition. TEMPE, May 25. The sixth annual convention of the Arizona Christian Missionary society, which hus been in session here since Saturday, came to a close today, with three busy meet ings, one in the forenoon, at which the Woman's Board of Missions pre sidede; one in the afternoon occupied by a business session of the mission ary society, and the final one closing up of the convention s work tonight. The Christian Woman's Board of Missions effected quite a change in their organization at the meeting this morning, voting a withdrawal from the California association, under whose directions they have been in years past, and in place completing a dis tinct organization of their own. It was an act that has been pending in the minds of many of the members for some time, and which met with little opposition when placed before the session this morning. Five auxili ary orders to tne newiy orgauiuu Arizona state board are now in ex istence. As the new officers of the reorgan ized board of missions, Mrs. r rencn of Phoenix was chosen president; Mrs. Daniels of Tucson, vice-president, and Mrs. Charles H. Prather of Tempe as secretary and treasurer. The Arizona state business was at tended to in the afternoon, closing with an address at 3:30 by C. F. Rine- hart of Phoenix on -The Nation. Going Dry." Mr. Rinehart is superintendent of the state temperance ieuerauou. Three trustees to the board of di rectors of the association were chosen for terms of three years each. upro Rev. Jones of Phoenix, Austin of Tempe and J. M. Stewart of Phoenix. The new officers of the hoard are J. M. Stewart, president; C E. Harrison, vice-president: R. Dunlau of Tempe, corresponds retarv and W. treasurer. Probably the best of the sessions since the missionaries went into con vention here was the meeting of to night It opened witn a laitu m !,. at 7:30 odock, followed by the closing address by Carter of Winslow. The seventh annual .i,.. -;,, re, christian cictv will be held in Tucson about this time next year. The convention here during the past been a points. They V. s. E. sec - Tempo. the Rev. Fred convention oi Missionary so- Louis' s vic- Federal League Kansas City at Buffalo. Chicago at Brooklyn. St. Louis at Baltimore. Indianapolis at Pittsburg Too Bad BALTLMORK, May 25 St. errors contributed to Baltimore tory. Quinn weakened the last two innings after pitching a fine game. Miller hit by a pitched ball, retired. Score R. H. K. St. Louis 5 8 7 Baltimore .. 6 9 2 Batteries Keupper and Hartley; Quinn and Jacklitsch. Chifeds Win BROOKLYN, May 25. Chicago won the first game of the series from Brooklyn through the masterful pitch ing of Hendrix off whom only five hits were made. Score R. H. E. Chicago 4 12 0 Brooklyn 0 3 0 Batteries Hendrix and Wilson; Homers and Land. Coast League Sacramento at San Francisco. Los Angeles at Portland. Oakland at Venice. NATIONAL LEAGUE Soak Demaree CHICAGO, May 25 Demaree was hit hard in the third inning and Chi cago won the first game of the series. New York's lone run came in the fourth with two out, Corridon threw Grant's grounder high to Saier. Doyle singled to right and Grant scored. Score R. H. . E. JCew York 1 5 1 Chicago 5 6 i Batteries Demaree, Schauer and Took Ten Times PITTSBURG, .May 25 Indianapolis and Pittsburg battled through 10 in nings the visitors finally winning. Score R. H, Indianapolis 5 10 Pittsburg 3 7 Batteries Falkenburg and Raridan; Walker and Kerr. E. 1 I COAST LEAGUE No games scheduled. BaseballGoods PINNEY & ROBINSON 17 South Center Other Events of Week at Hayden HAYDEX, May 25. The residence of Frank M. Pool in Winkelman came near going up in smoke Friday night, when an oil stove got out of order and set the kitchen on fire. When the stove first went wrong there was no one in the room, but luckily the flames were discovered just in time to be extinguished before they got beyond control. During the past week etlie county court in Globe made permanent tho several temporary injunctions recently issued, forbidding several alleged dis orderly houses in AS inkelman the privilege of further operation. This action wil doubtless force out of that town a number of questionable char acters and place this end of the county on a higher moral plane, Hayden's new ball field in the north end of town was officially placed in service Sunday afternoon by the teams of the copper company and the smel ter. There was an exceedingly large gathering of "fans" on hand for the fun, thronging the surrounding hills which form a natural ampitheater on several sides of the ball ground. The game was somewhat disappointing, in that it presented very few exciting situations, as the copper company team took the lead at the beginning and held it by a wide margin, except in the sixth, when their pitcher seemed to take an aeroplane flight, letting six men of the smelter aggregation across the plate before the side was retired. This flight extended through but the one inning, however, and it was the only one in which the smelter boys succeeded in getting home. The feat ures of the game were Bunn's fast work at second base and Richards' work in the box. The teams lined up as fololws: Ray Cons.: Bunn, second i base; Grantham, shortstop: Engie man. first base; Welcker, third base; Carrigan, left field; Larona, catcher; Harwood, center field; Steinke, right field; Richards, pitcher. The smelter team was as follows: Son, second base; Bryan, catcher; Rico, third lase; Satterfield. shortstop; Drumm, center field; Grange, right field; Thompson, ROM E, polices of treated todav the consistory oi cardinals. Thev are: Monsignor Loduvico Nazario Begin aichbish.ip of Quebec Monsignor Vittoriano Men-dez, archbishop Spain. M ons i gnor Do men ico sessore of the Holy I tome. Monsignor Giacomo Delia Chie archbishop of Bologna, Italy. Monsignor Giovanni Csernoch. archbishop of Strigonia, Hungary. Monsignor Kttore Ireno Sevin, archbishop of Lyons, France. Monsignor Francesco Dr. Hettin ger, archbishop of Munich, Germany. Monsignor Felice De Hartmann. archbishop of Cologne. Germany. Monsignor Filippo Giustini. secre tary of the Holy Congregation of the Sacraments, Rome. -Monsignor Gustavo Piffi. archbish op of Vienna. .Monsignor Micliele Lege, dean of the Holy Tribunal of the Rota, at Rome. Monsignor Scipione Tecchi, asses sor of the Holy Consistorial Congre gation at Rome. Reverend I-atner Abbot onsquet. president of the tinier oi tin. Benedictines. Four American cardinals, for the first time in the history of the Vatican, are in attendance at a con sistory of the Sacred College. They rre Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore, Cardinal Farley of New York, Car tlinal O'Connel of Boston and Car- omai l-aicomo, formerly apostolic d legate to Washington and a nat uralized American citizen, of Rome i ne voles ot the four Americans vent with those of their church col- raising to the pur held three days nas decided success from all stand - A good many of the delegates are leaving tor men i.u...t ... various parts of the state tonight. o PRESBYTERIANS ACCEPT REPORT r ASSOCIATED PRKSB DISPATCHl KVNSAS CITY, May 2j The re port of the joint committe of the four largest presbvterian bodies in the l im ed States on the relation of the Christ ian faith to the social service was adopted bv the general assembly of the Presbvterian church in the United States (Southern Presbyterian church) today. The report recommended that the church take more active interest in the social, economic and industrial lives of its people. o AMUSEMENTS Aidno English for the thirteen new princes of the four American of whose at had postponed Easter until to- Ieague. pie of church. The presence of cardinals, to permit tendance Pope Pius the consistory from "ay. contributed to make the fitne almost as famous as that of 1911, at which three of the American cardinals were created. Cardinal Gibbons especially, who after twenty-five tears of service as a mem ber of the Sacred College, ranks next to the cardinal dean for seni ority, was the recipient of hearty congratulations at having again been !b!e to make the pilgrinimage to Rome. McCabe In Paris 1 "VcCabe in Paris" the delightfully tunefull Weber & Fields tabloid was greeted by a good Monday nigni neur it the Empress and it ever a .nu made a big hit thus one uio, n t,.... goes to shovv that real high class mus ical tabloids are what the public want and the success of the Bernard com panv is well assured. Harry Bernard and Jim Rowe in the leading comeu.t roles were excruciatingly funny -Moon Swings Low" by Rea Merger was a .w. novelty. Harry Bernard made the uig gest hit of the night singing Kerry Anna with the girls doing a most in tricate Scotch reel. The number took six encores. Eddie Young with a big Buck Dance came in for his share of encores. SEAMAN IS DROWNED TASSOCIATKn PRKSS DISPATCH WASHINGTON. May 25. Admiral Badger reported to the navy depart ment that Needum W. Dockham, a sea man on the cruiser Des Moines was ac cidentally drowned in Panuco River yesterday. The body will be sent to the United States on the Culgoa. Moral, left field and pitcher; Del pitcher: Lesher, first base. Score by innings: Ray Cons 1 2 4 0 0 2 2 a 011 Smelter .0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 6 Umpires Kelley and Anderson. The Ray baseball team came over Sunday afternoon to fight it out with Winkelman on the diamond in the later town and received a walloping in severe form. Smiley and Scott were the battery for the Ray boys, but their opponents tapped the ball out at will, while the Ray boys in turn could seldom find the crafty curves of Rico, who did the twirling Kfor Winkelman. The final score pre sented the awful story of 12 to 4 in favor of Winkelman. The Regale A vivid drama of the northwest with great friendship as the basic theme is found in the Eclair two-reel feature offering today at the Regale Theater. 210-212 East Washington street. It is a friendship like that of David and Jonathan. The Eclair company has won an enviable reputation for its plays of the rugged north country and this latest film adds to it with a grip ping action and heart-interest story. The settings and atmosphere are true to the country and the various parts have been well cast. "Playmates , a single reel Powers drama will also prove an unusually interesting picture tale, while "Oh, You Pearl", a Crystal with the dainty little Pearl White as the feature in a laugh producing com edy, will round out an altogether good bill. Coliseum The change of program at the Coli seum for tonight brings four very good vaudeville acts. Jack Stew art, for several months a familiar figure locally in theatrical lines, will a pear on the program. Jack returns to Phoenix after a successful en gagement in San Francisco. His specialty is songs. Among other at tractions on the bill are Clark and La Vere, "The Grouch Eradieators," in Irish and German Comiques. The Howard Sisters are booked for a musical novelty act. Their work in this line stands alone, and cannot be compared to the ordinary musical sketch. Last but not least is the act of La Don and Virette. This clever pair are known as the "Down East Rubes," and as such create no end of fun of that bright breezy nature, which will surely win them recogni tion. Three reels of movies are included. Napoleon and France Napoleon is accredited with this dictum: "Impossible is. bad French." That the word was not in his vocab ulary is patent, his overcoming of 'the: best always' N. FIRST ST. HEAR WANJINGTOK GOLDWATER'S Pre-Inventory Sale Offers Exceptional Values in the Following A very unusual sale of BOYS' WASH SUITS for ages 2 to 0. 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Boys' Hats BOYS' HATS FOR SUMMER WEAR A beautiful line of the very newest in smart heai'.wear for boys. We fit the boys that are hard to fit. BOYS' WHITE CANVAS HATS FOR 35c Rah! Rah! Hats in white canvas, white ratine, tan, linen and grey crash, navy blue and black and white stripe at, each SOC1. I'lain white canvas, white canvas with green underbrim and tan canvas, at, each 50? I'earl grey, or tan, white and black stripe canvas, white ratine, pea nut straw bound edge, white and blue straw and many others, at each .' 7.1C White, grey, navy blue, tan and grown Milans and an elegant assort ment of fancy straws in all shapes, at from SI. 00 to $3.00. Men's and Boys' Muslin Night Shirts, well made of fine quality fab ric, each ; -19? seemingly insurmountable barriers that blockaded the way of his in satiable ambition evincing it. His tory's narrative of his victories on the field of liattle when defeat seem ed inevitable is further striking evi dence of it. "For Napoleon and France" George Kleine's latest photo dramatic success, is replete witb real istically spectacularly scenes of con flicts of the Napoleonic wars. The clash of the mighty armies, cannons belching forth their deadly missiles, flying shot and screaming shell are vividly portrayed. The fields of car nage and the shambles are pictotial ized with such graphic realism that tii,. spectators visualize themselves in the very midst of the sanguinary bat tles. "For Napoleon and France" will lie the attraction at the Lamara Thea ter, beginning June 2. be the most dangerous and sensation al feat ever pel formed for the movies. It is called "The Great Leap" and takes its name from the act of Rob ert Harron and Mae Marsh, who leap on horseback from a ;"0-foot precipice to the river below. While this pic ture is very nielodramie. it will be greatly enjoyed for it was produced ! by D. W. Griffith, the highest priced producer in moving pictures and the j acting and photography is splendid. I "The Great Leap" is what is known ! as a biir feature, and will be shown at the Lion Theater Wednesday and Thursday. Mutual Girl at Lion The Mutual Girl will be well liked this week, for the film carries more of a plot and shows some very in teresting events. The happenings in the Mutual Girl series are all real atid very little stage setting are used. The two reel production of "The Relic," which is shown today, deserves large patronage, for it's the kind of offering that elevates the moving pictures and if all pictures made were its equal, there would be no need for censorship. "The Cousin From England" is the name of a comedy that will please every spec tator. It does seem funny to think of hunting buffaJo at Lakewood. N. J., but the Englishman does it and thinks he's in the wild and wooly west. Tonight is Donofrio Candy night at the Lion. The Great Leap Tomorrow and Thursday the Lion presents a great four-reel special fea ture picture that's worth going to see, for it contains what is said to Columbia j The new bill that opens tonight at I the Columbia will be the last week I of Jane O'Roark-Broderick o'Farrell j and Company and they will be seen I in a startling comedy, dramatic one 'act play. In this sketch all tiie com pany have an opportunity to show their dramatic work. Miss o'Roark plays the character part of .Marie, the pretty Italian girl: Ilroderick O'Farrell, the District Attorney, and G. Lester Paul, the Judge of the Fed eral Court. Stith and Gamier wil! piesent a unique novelty, spinning and manipu lation net, with a special stage set and electrical effects. The Milton Sisters, dainty, petite, chic and clever, in a singing, danc ing, costume change act present a spectacle of real merit. Their voices harmonize splendidly and they dance devinely and best of all they have youth and good looks as a valuable asset to sure success. Edward Curran, the character com edian on the bill, will be seen in his oiiginal impersonation of a "Rube Kid." This is Mr. Curran's favorite role and one in which he excels. There will also be seen the Ani mated Weekh- with the world's news in motion views and two reels of ex clusive first-run comedies.