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F THE ARIZONA REEUBLICAK, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1914
F m ere This Out Phoenix Motorcycle Club Holds Right To Manage Road Contest PROTEST FAILS in a percentage, and here you have one explanation of how the man that pays cash can reduce his cost of living. Cut this extra percentage out, buy from the merchant (grocer) who has no bad accounts, no bookkeepers, no collections, etc. Compare our prices with the other fellow's. Of course, we sell for less; we can afford to. PLAY PHOENIX TO STOP GIL PAGE TWO ' 11 WOULD fcan Diego Riders Want iiac-o Held Week Ahead of Fair So They Can Get in Northern Arizona Road Raee Later On. JAY BE REGULAR ROW OVER IT ALL Phoenix Will Follow Lead of European Nations and Do Some Ultimatuming, Laving Down Stringent Rule of F. A. M. By "SCOOP" U-l-t-i-m-a-t-u-m spells a Ions tnd sassy epistle that will be sent i Mr. Charles Fuller Gates, secre wry of the San Diego race eommit- today by representatives of the J noenix Motorcycle club. pposing San Diego's attempt to dictate the start of the second annual roast to Phoenix moto.-cycle race, with special reference to the pro posed nay, demanded change in date fre'm the Sunday before the fair to a wwk before, will be our 'boys' mid dle name in the signature to that Inter for Mr. Gates. It was ordained at a meeting of ike motorcycle club last night, that Ik club should stand behind its com -rcittee in opposing the change in uete. It was also ordained that Messrs. Joe OTonnell and J. W. Thompkins, of last year's committee, should make affidavit describing the slipshod way in which the San Diego club handled the event from that end, how the pir.'scv was short $7r. raising some elassy row with the F. A. M. money committee, and how things were much as they shouldn't be. A copy of this affidavit will be sent along with tie letter, to dispute in some measure the so-called absurd claims of the San Diego man, to the right to dictate the date of the contest. In the event there is a definite With a large and frankly sun burned smile, a hard muscled right jjrm and a trunkful of beautiful, cute, lwndsome, engraved and various eized shining silver and gold loving cups, W. A. (Bill) Horrell returned to Phoenix yesterday. In ten tournaments in several of the most enthusiastically courted cit ies of the south and middle east, 211 Horrell managed to win five sin gles and seven doubles champion ships. Since Horrell is a Phoenix wan, and a member of the Bordev kind Tennis association, which put on s'uch a famous tourney here last BILL HQRRELL IS SOI IE1S-ER! W. A. ("Bill") Horrell spring, Phoenix is duly and intensely loud of ihe adopted son, although California made a strong and pub Uc bear movement to have him rated as from Pasadena. Since the chronology of the crimes is getting to be a favorite expression, it is used here: These be Bill's battles 1. Texarkana tourney: won dou bles and singles cups. 2. Cincinnati National Clay Court tournament: Griffin, of California, t leat Horrell in' the singles, and with him, won the doubles. 3. Daytn, Ohio state meet: with Oniffin, Horrell won the doubles; riffin won the singles. breach between the clubs, the Phoe nix committee acting on special au thority of this club will send its chairman to the coast to scare up another .starting point for the race. It was a warm and co-operative meeting that was held last night. All the correspondence in the case was read in court, and it provoked as much mirth as the traditional love letters displayed in a breach of promise suit. It was gathered by my informant that the San Diego com mittee which is to say, C. F. Gates, was exceeding peeved over the fact the Phoenix boys had gotten the jump on the coast club. Cli b's New Home Once more will the club move. The new quarters will be in the base ment of the Phoenix National Bank building, very convenient to town. Mr. Insley, a new member, offeved to paint a decorative frieze showing : mile track with F G. Baker and Don Johns hitting the grit for the championship of the world. Ernest Fogle promised pennants, and other members offered aid in making the new quarters attractive. Labor Day Races The Labor day vaces were con sidered again, and it was decided to go through with the program. The tiealers are back of it and it should prove a source of no little revenue to the club. All money raised on this event goes to the expenses of the road races. A New Proposition Tommy Thompkins suggested that in case San Diego declines to come through for the race date, the Phoe nix club offer the event to Los An gtles, San Bernardino and other southern California cities except San Diego. San Diego will not be on the route of this race, as it is claimed the P.ay city has broken faith on its 1913 agreement, which was that Phoenix should have the races in 1913 and 1914, and that San Diego should han die a race from Phoenix to the Pan ama California exposition in 1915 Therefore, San Diego's attempt to saddle a new date on the Phoenix fair event aroused no little ire. A unanimous standing vote of the club showed its will in this matter. 4. Chicago, Western champion shin: Here name Horrell's greatest feat. With Mary K. Browne, the little Los Angeles girl, rated as woman player No. 1 in these United States, he beat Beals Wright, for mer national champion, and Mrs. Williams, now known as second only to Miss Browne. In the doubles. Horrell and Johnnie Armstrone. the intercollegiate champ, beat Church and Matty. In the singles. Horrell lost to Burdick, the Western Grass Sourts' champion. Si. Springfield, Mo. won singles and doubles. tee m m G. Oklahoma City: won doubles with Roland Hoerr and lost to Speese in singles, owing to broken racquet. 7. Dallas: Here he shone. Win ning the coveted Southwestern dou bles cup with Hoerr, and losing to his partner in singles only after a regular battle. While in the east, Horvell visited the Cadillac motor factory at Detroit. On the subject of the new line, he is very similar to the clam, but opens up enough to admit that it will be a beauty and full of startling things. o Xew show at Empress tonight. Ad W- Hit vertisement, it Negotiations Started for Series Between .New Min ers' Team and Rebuilt Senatorial Machine May be Labor Day Series. Miami wants to come back, and with a team that will make even the fast Phoenicians get up and dust. Editor Hogue of the Arizona Record called The Republican on the long distance last night and assured Phoenix that Miami was spoiling for a chance to give the new team a good try-out. The Miami team which visited Mesa with such an anticlimacteric result is not the regular Miami team, which will come to Phoenix and endeavor to keep the fans from weeping over continuous defeat all the time. The series would start the last of this week and go over Sunday. The local management will take the mat ter up and try to put the game across for the Labor Day week end. Negotiations are on with the mo torcyclists to postpone the Labor Day race meet for a week, so that the two big events will not conflict. o National League Standings 1 Club W. L. Pet. New York 59 -51 I Boston 5 9 I St. Louis 62 S3 .539 ! Chicago 59 f.3 .527 Pittsburg 50 59 .459 Cincinnati 52 60 .464 Philadelphia 51 58 .468 Brooklyn '. 49 61 .445 ! Cubs Push Brave Down CHICAGO, Aug. 24 An eigbt-in-ning batting rally in which five hits, and four runs were made off Rudolph gave Chicago the victory over Boston causing the Praves to drop half a game behind New York in the league lead. Score R. H. E. Boston 5 9 1 Chicago 9 10 2 Batteries Tyler, Rudolph and Gow- dy; Lavender, Vaughn, Cheney and Bresnahan, Archer. Couple of Rallies PITTSBURG, Aug. 24. After being held to one hit in six innings by Mc Quillan, Philadelphia batters developed a hitting streak in the seventh and eighth innings, scoring three, enough to defeat Pittsburg. Score R- H. E. Philadelphia 3 7 2 Pittsburg 2 9 Batteries Marshall, Mayer Dooin; McQuillan and Gibson. 0 and Brooklyn Blanked CINCINNATI, Aug. 24. Reulbach's wildness and Brooklyn's errors gave Cincinnati the game. Score R. H. E. Brooklyn 0 5 2 Cincinnati 4 4 0 Batteries Reulbach and McCarty; Benton and Gonzales. New York at St. Louis Wet grounds i American League Standing Club W. I Pet. I Philadelphia 76 37 .673 I Boston 64 47 .576 j Washington 60 53 .531 j Detroit 58 57 .504 j j Chicago 56 0 .483 j j St. Louis 54 R .478 j j New York 51 C3 .447 j I Cleveland 38 81 .319 4 Sox Even With Yanks NEW YORK, Aug. 24. Chicago evened the series with New York. Scott permitted ten passes but was effective in pinches. The hitting of Collins as largely responsible for his team's vic tory. Score - R. H. E. Chicago 2 7 0 New York 1 5 0 Batteries Scott and Schalk; Fher, Cole and Nunamaker. Tigers Take Two WASHINGTON, Aug. 24. Detroit won both games of a doubleheader. Covaleskie gave three hits and Dauss four, while the Tigers bunched hits. In the second game the ineffectiveness of four young Washington pitchers made the game a farce. Score R. H. r Detroit 3 10 1 Washington 1 3 0 Batteries Covaleskie and Stanage; Ayres and Henry. Second game R. H. E. Detroit ll 12 0 Washington o 4 2 Batteries Dauss and McKee; Shaw, Bently Harper Williams, Stevens and Ainsmith. Boston Batting BOSTON, Aug. 24. Boston batted a victory out of four Cleveland pitchers, Janvrin making four safeties out of four times at bat, while Lajoie hit four out of five. Score R. H. E. Cleveland 3 9 3 Boston 7 13 1 Batteries Hagerman, Dillinger, Coumbe, Blanding and O'Neill; Leon ard, Bedient and Carrigan, Thomas. Brother Noah Gave Checks for Rain! PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 24. Phila- Oarranza's General Passes Through Arizona on Way to Settle Disturbances in Sonora in Srite of Oppo sition. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH DOUGLAS, Aug. 24. General Ben jamin Gill, en route to Sonora to re lieve Colonel P. Elias Calles as mili tary commander, telegraphed Gover nor Maytorena from here urging him to remain at Nogales until the arri val of iVlla and Obregon, who are reported to have arrived at Chihua hua, both of whom are Carranza's commissioners to settle the Maytor-ena-Calles difficulty. In spite of protests against his passing through United States terri tory, Gen. Benjamin Gil, Carranza's emissary to the warring factions in Sonora, left Porfirio Diaz, Coahuila, Sunday morning, en route for Naco, Via Eagle Pass and El Paso. He was expected to arrive at his destination late last evening. Vigorous protests against permit ting Gen. Gil and his staff to pass through Arizona were filed yesterday with Gov. Hunt by residents of No gales, oh-ttfe- ground that his ex pedition is for the purpose of over turning the established government of Sonora. The telegram of protest, re questing the governor to revoke the permission granted reached here too late however to have any effect on the arrangements already made by the state department at Washington, by whose order the Mexican general and his staff were given passage through Texas, New Mexico and Ari zona. The telegram to Gov. Hunt, which the governor received yesterday morning on his return from a trip to the eastern part of the state, read as follows: Nogales, Ariz., Aug. 22, 1914. Hon. Geo. AV. P. Hunt, Phoenix, Arizona. Press dispatches state that Secre tary Bryan requested, and you granted permission to General Ben jamin Gil to pass through Arizona with his staff and their arms from Eagle Pass to Naco. As American citizens, jealous of the honor of our state and nation we protest against the passage of these armed foreign troops through Arizona soil in their attempt to use this armed expedition to overturn the present established government of Sonora. Our country and state are at peace with all of Mexico and we should not favor one delphia won a doubleheader, the sec ond game being called in the seventh. Strunk spiked Howard's big toe and Howard was carried off the field: Aus tin tried to strike McGinnis who at tempted to be a peacemaker in the ar gument and Agnew jumped into the bleachers after a fan. Score R. H. E. St. Louis 1 6 2 Philadelphia 7 9 0 Batteries Hamilton, Eachley and Agnew, Hall; Plank and Mcavey. Second game R. H. E. St. Louis . . 3 8 3 Philadelphia . . ' 6 9 2 Batteries Baumgardner and Leary, Agnewr Bush and Schang. ((Called in the seventh, darkness.) Federal League Standings I j Club W. L. Pet. Indianapolis 65 49 .570 Chicago 62 51 .549 j j Baltimore ' 58 52 .527 Buffalo 56 53 .514 I ! Brooklyn 54 55 .495 j Kansas City 53 62 .461 j I St. Louis 52 63 .452 I Pittsburg 47 62 .431 j i. : Twenty Fast Frames INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 24. Indian upoliH Won both games from Brooklyn, the first by a-batting rally in the thir teenth inning, the second called at the end of the seventh to allow Brooklyn to catch a train. Score' R. H. E. Brooklyn .. 6 14 3 Indianapolis .. 7 12 0 Batteries Maron, Maxwell and Land; Kaiserling and Raridan. (Thir teen innings.) Second game- R. H. E. Brooklyn .'. . 1 6 1 Indianapolis.";-. 5 6 0 Batteries Lafitte and Land; Billiard and Raridan. t (Called seventh.) - j- I Coast League I I Standings I j Club . V. L. Pot. Portland 78 58 -582 j Venice .... 77 67 .535 j I Los Angeles 77 67 .535 j San Francisco 78 68 .534 j Sacramento 63 82 .435 j I Oakland 54 87 .383 I I No games scheduled. I ft Gun Repairing PINNET & ROBINSON 17 South Central Fancy California Potatoes, per cwt. $1.95 12 lbs, for 25c Kansas Hard Wheat Flour, every sack guaranteed, 48 lbs.. .$1.75 24 lbs . 90c 3 lb. Can Hill's Blue Coffee $1.00 1 lb. Can Hill's Blue Coffee 35c 20 lbs, good Rice $1.00 Corn Flakes, per dozen 85c Grape Nuts, 2 for 25c 10 lbs, good California Onions 25c 3 cans Van Camp Pork and Beans 25c 3 cans Lily Milk - 25c Large package Hydro Pura 20c WE GUARANTEE TO UNDERSELL ANY MERCHANT IN ARIZONA Arizona Grocery Co. 331 EAST WASHINGTON ST. clique above another. Our interests are in great jeopardy by reason of this preferential treatment of one faction over another and we ask you to revoke the permission granted by you for no matter how the enterprise may be disguised it is a violation and abuse of the laws of American hos pitality and neutrality. FRANK J. BARRY, J. A. STRAITH, F. J. TAYLOR, II. W. PL'RDY. In reply the governor sent the fol lowing message yesterday afternoon: Phoenix, Ariz., Aug. 24. Frank J. Barry, Nogales, Arizona. Answering your telegram of the 22nd inst. which was delivered to me on my return to the capitol this morning, my formal permission in behalf of the state of Arizona for the passing of General Gil and staff on special train through Arizona en route to Naco, Mexico, was extended in accordance with the customary formality observed by states and was requested by the state department of the United States, whose duty it is to preserve the neutrality laws. I assume that of necessity similar per mission was granted by the states of Texas and New Mexico through which General Gil had to pass on his way to Naco, Mexico. It is my un derstanding that General Gil's object in going to Naco, Mexico, is to act as a mediator, personally represent ing Genera! Carranza. Shortly after receipt of your telegram this morn ing I received a wire from the state department conveying information that General Gil left Ciudad Porfirio Diaz bound for Naco, .Mexico, at 11:15 yesterday morning. The gen eral's train must therefore have reached its destination before I had opportunity to consider your tele gram. I assure you that the intent of the permission granted General Gil was merely to facilitate the work of the state department without fa voritism shown to any clique or spe cial interests. Kindly show this mes sage to your fellow signers. GEO. W. P. HUNT, Governor. o New show at Empress tonight. Ad vertisement. It o A motorcycle now takes the place of three bicycles formerly used by the Crosby Department Store of To peka, Kan. The Crosby Company says that this saves half of their weekly expense for delivery. To take advantage of Only 5 Our Annual August Sale Dorrisfleyman Furniture Go. RIFLB TEAM PICKED FOR NATIONAL MEET Arizona Sharpshooters Who Will Compete in the Big Tourna ment at Fort Riley Following the return of the A. N. G. ritle team from Fort Huachuca, where a week's extra target practice was held, the names of those who will rep.-esent this state at the na tional rifle shoot at Fort Riley, Sept ember 25 to October 3 were an nounced yesterday by Adjutant Gen eral Harris. The names of the four teen men who will go from Arizona to take part in the big matches fol low: Private Tom L. Edens, Co. A; Captain H. G. Coykendall. Co. C; Sgt. Juan C. Ochoa, Co. C: P-'ivate Garland White, Co. C; Captain Jos. E. Noble, Co. D; Sgt. Ralph Brim hall, Co. D: Sgt. Thomas J. Cooper. Co. D; Private Arnold Hawkins, Co. D; Sgt. Chauncey Lyons, Co. F; Sgt. Eugene D. Wheelock, Co. F; Sgt. Marcus A. S. Ming, Co. C; Sgt. Jack son McRee, Co. I: Sgt. Cleon Cooley, Co. K: Private William Thompson, Co. K. INROAOS OF DAN CUPID IK MUSIC FACULTY Mies Visscher to be Married, Succeeded by Miss Georgia Lucas of Idaho Dan Cupid is responsible for several changes being made in the faculty of the Arizona School of Music. As an nounced in The Republican, Miss Alei da V. Visscher for the past four years first assistant piano instructor of the school is to be married shortly to Thomas J. Prescott. former city attor ney of Phoenix. Mrs. Shirley Christy, director, announces that Miss Georgia Lucas, very highly recommended pian ist, formerly connected with the Uni versity of Idaho has been engaged to fill the vacancy caused by Miss' Vis- schers' resignation. Miss Helen Bijshop Crane of Chicago, who is said tip be right up to the minute in all modern, aesthetic and folk dances will be on the staff in place of Doris Kingman Math ers. Days the Money Saving Opportunity of i Come in Today. ( PHONE 455 WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY I National League Boston at Chicago Brooklyn at Cincinnati New York at St. Louis Philadelphia at Pittsburg American League Chicago at New York St. Louis at Philadelphia Detroit at Washington Cleveland at Boston Federal League Pittsburg at Kansas City Baltimore at St. Louis Buffalo at Chicago Brooklyn at Indianapolis Coast League No games scheduled. New show at Empress tonight. Ad vertisement. It COMB SAGE TEA IN TO IT It's Grandmother's Recipe to Keep Her Locks Dark, Glossy, Thick. The old-time mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur for darkening gray, streaked and faded hair is grand mother's treatment, and folks are again using it to keep their hair a good, even color, which is quite sen sible, as we are livng in an age when a youthful appearance is of the great est advantage. Nowadays, though we don't have the troublesome task of gathering the Sage and the mussy mixing at home. All drug stores sell the ready-to-use product called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy" for about 50 cents a bottle. It is very popular because nobody can discover it has been applied. Simply moisten your comb or a soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking what delights the ladies with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur is that, besides beautifully darkening the hair after a few applications, it also produces that soft lustre attractive; besides, prevents dandruff, itching scalp and falling hair. (Advertisement.) o New show at Empress tonight. Ad vertisement. It More '