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PAGE TWO. THE ARIZONA' REEUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 191i WORLD of .SPORT LEAD IN LEAGUE BY BEATING GITS LOSE TO BffOOKLYN '.l, I T-rz (First Time Since 1898 Hoaucatcrs Look Like Real Cliam- lkns Wonderful Spurt of of Baseball Public .New York .Loses to Urooklyn and Boston Gets Good Lead New York Sad While Hub ville is Glad (Special to The Republican) j NEW YORK, September I. An swful tale is being told by the fans i f the tiny village beside the Hudson t. night as the news of the lapse frvm the loid of the National League l.v- the Giants is being circulated xith plentiful alibis supplied both by Miilraw and his clan, and the fans tint follow the Giants in their struggles. Just how the Boston Braves hap I -nrd to pounce upon Red Dooin's rhn for two consecutive games is al most passing their knowledge, and t'.K-y a-.-p also unable to explain how it happened that Brooklyn took such fe.irful revenge on Marquard's slants !! as to knock him out of the box in five innings. The little Napoleon is now laying his plana for a spurt to catch the Bean-eaters, but Stallings' crew can also be expected to do a little fight ire and running at the same time. Word received here from Boston is t-o the effect that the fans of that ity are perfectly crazy tonight and Stallings is considered the greatest man since the second president of the republic that has ever lived in the intellectual hub of the country. Not in years has the Boston Na tional League team been in such a (osition in baseball circles. Boston his been a cellar champion , for the past six years consecutively, while th Braves have not led the league near the close of the vear since The Game associated press dispatch PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 2. Two Ti-tories for Boston over Philadel phia and the defeat of New York at Brooklyn enabled Boston to take the lead in the National League pennant rave today. Boston hit the hall hard in both games, while Rudolph and James were given almost pe-.'fect support, a muff hy Gilbert being the i rdy error charged against them. Philadelphia used three pitchers in the first and four in the second game. In the second game Boston hammered Tincup off the rubber in thp first inning, and Oeschger was taken out after the first four men to face him in tin.- second inning had singled. Rixev filled out the. inning. Mattison yielded thvee runs in the thin! after which he settled dow.n. Evers was unable to play owing to Ftomach trouble, and Dugey, his sub stitute, split a finger in practice, so "Yhitted went to second base. Score R H E Boston 7 11 o Philadelphia 5 13 2 Batries: Rudolph and Gowdy: Eixey. Marshall, liaumgardncr and Klllifer. The Second Game Score, RUE Poston .12 15 1 Philadelphia 3 7 3 Batteries: : James and Gowdy, Whaling; Tincup, Oeschger, Rixey, Mattison and Burns. Giants' Fearful Slump BROOKLYN, Sept. 2. New York drovped out of first place by losing to Rrooklyn, which advanced to fifth place. Marquard was knocked out if the box in five Innings, Brooklyn making eleven hits including five doubles and a triple. Pfeffer blank ed the Giants until the seventh. Score R H E Nov York 2 8 1 Brooklyn 6 11 0 Batteries: Marquard, Schauer, Schupp and Meyers, McLean; Pfeffer and McCarty. To the Women of Arizona The following statement by Mrs. Frances E. MuntLs explains -Mr. Ling's position before and xluring the campaign for equal suffrage in Arizona: MARK SMITH CLUB-. "My attention has been called to Mat'-monts that are being published hi different papers of the state to the effect that Mr. Reese Ling, who is now seeking the democratic nomina- I tion for United States senator, is an ; "ardent woman suffragist,' and that he 'worked untiringly to help the women gain the ballot two years ago.' This Is a flagrant misstate ment of fact. "I have been in the suffrage work In Arizona for seventeen years and for seven years have been chairman j f the Huff.-age central committee, which has directed every movement I that has been made along that line, I and I can assert without fear of 1 son t re diet ion that Mr. Ling never, manifested even a friendly interest in our work until after our enfran chisement two years ago. We tried j repeatedly to put him on record as to his attitude on the suffrage ques tion, but he evaded every effort that . NATIONAL Stallings' Crew is Marvel i National League , Standings dub W. L. Pet. Boston 65 51 .560 j New York 63 51 .553 St. Louis 58 .525 Chicago 63 58 .521 Brooklyn 54 62 .466 Cincinnati 55 64 .462 Philadelphia 53 63 .457 j Pittsburg 53 63 .457 Another Tie Game ST. LOUIS, Sept. 2. Pittsburg, by mixing hits with battery mistakes, won the first game of the double header with St. Louis. The second game went eleven innings to a tie called because of darkness. Score K HE Pittsburg 4 6 1 St. Louis 1 6 1 Batteries: McQuillan and Cole man; Perritt, Robinson and Wingo. Second Game R HE Pittsburg 1 10 1 St. Louis 1 6 1 Batteries: Adams and Coleman; Doak and Snyder, Wingo. (Game called at end of eleventh because of darkness.) Cincy Cleans Chi CINCINNATI, Sept. 2. Bunching bits combined with Vaughn's wild ncss enabled Cincinnati to win from Chicago. Vaughn pitched good ball fo" five innings, when he blew up. Score R HE Chicago 3 10 0 Cincinnati 4 6 4 Batteries: Vauchn. Humnhries and jAicher; Yingling, Schneider ana I Clark. I American League t I Standing I Club W. L. Pet. I I Philadelphia 83 38 .686 j Boston 70 50 .573 I Washington 61 57 .517 ! Detroit 63 61 .508 I Chicago 60 63 .488 I New York 56 67 .453 j j St. Louis 56 67 .459 j Cleveland 39 85 .314 j Another Tie Game WASHINGTON, Sept. 2. Washing ton and Chicago played ten innings to a tie today. The game was called to allow Chicago to catch their train. Score - R. H. E. Chicago 4 6 1 Washington 4 13 2 Batteries Benz and Schalk, Mayer; Johnson and Bentley, Williams. Burn's Lucky Double NEW YORK. Kept. 2. Detroit made it three out of five from New York by taking the last game of the season in1 New York. Detroit fought an up hill game, tieing the score in the sixth in ning by scoring four runs, a double by Burns driving in the last three runs. Score R. II. E. Detroit 6 12 0 New York 5 11 0 Batteries Main, Cavet and Stanage, Baker; Cole and Nunamaker. Each Take One BOSTON, Sept. 2. Boston and St. Louis split the doubleheader, St. Louis taking the first game and Boston the second. Score R. II. E. St. Louis 9 13 1 Boston 6 13 3 Batteries Baumgardner, James and we made, and on one occasion ex pressed his disapproval in the most scathing terms to me personally. "When our campaign was in prog ress two years ago, I went to Mr. Ling, who was then democratic na tional committeeman for Arizona, and asked that he obtain a hearing for us before the democratic party confer ence for the purpose of obtaining a suffrage plank in the state platform. He was not even courteous in his treatment of my request, but gave a fiivolous excuse for his refusal. But through the friendly interest and ef forts of Hon. Wiley E. Jones and Senator H. A. Davis, of Maricopa county, we finally gained a hearing and as a result, a suffrage plank In the state platform of the democratic party. "Those who are familiar with the various suffrage campaigns In Ari scna will remember that in 1903 ire got a suffrage bill through both Jenkins, Agnew; Gregg and Cady, Thomas. Second game R. H. E. St. Louis 3 6 0 Boston 7 13 l Batteries Mitchell, Hoch and Jen kins; Bedient and Carrigan. (Called end seventh, darkness.) Federal League Standings j Club W. L. Pet. I Indianapolis 68 52 w .567 I Chicago 66 54 " .550 Baltimore 61 54 .530 Buffalo 59 56 .513 Brooklyn 57 58 .496 Kansas City 56 64 .467 St. Louis 54 67 .446 j j Pittsburg 49 65 .430 .J. Pitchers Battle CHICAGO, Sept. 2. Indianapolis strengthened her hold on first place by shutting out Chicago in a pitchers' bat tle between Moseley and Lange. Scheer knocked a homer. Score R. H. S. Indianapolis 2 5 0 Chicago 0 6 1 Batteries Moseley am! Raridan; Lange and Wilson. Fielder JonesWins ST. LOUIS, Sept. 2. St. Louis took the first game of tho series with Kansas City. Score R. h. K. Kansas City 3 7 2 St. Louis 4 5 5 Batteries Cullop, Henning and East erly; Davenport and Simon. Baltimore at Pittsburg Rain. Bisons Beat Brookfeds BUFFALO, Sept. 2. Buffalo won the first game and played a twelve inning tie in the doubleheader with Brooklyn. Mordecai Brown, former manager of St. Louis, who joined Brooklyn today, pitched the last half of the game. Score R. H. K. Brooklyn l 4 Buffalo 3 6 1 Battel ies Blue.iacket, .Chappclle and Land; Moore and Blair. Second game Brooklyn Buffalo Batteries Lafitle, R. H. E. . 5 12 3 . 5 11 0 Chappclle, Brown and Land: Schulz. Krapp, Woodman and Blair, Lavigne. Called 12th, dark.) . Coast League I Standings I Club w. L. Pet. I j Portland 80 62 .5!3 j I Los Angeles 84 70 .546 I San Francisco 83 71 .538 I Venice 80 74 .520 j I Sacramento 68 87 .426 ! Oakland 60 91 .397 i . .5 At Venice R. H. E. Oakland 3 7 1 Venice 4 10 2 Batteries Geyer and Mitze; Hark ness, Koestner and McClain. At San Francisco . R. H. E. Los Angeles 6 13 0 ban hrancisco 1 9 2 Batteries Hughes, Love and Brooks Baum anc' Schmidt. At Sacramento R. H. E. Portland 1 9 1 Sacramento 2 6 1 Battertes Krause and Fisher; Stroud and Rohrj o WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY I I I National League I New York at Brooklyn I Boston at Philadelphia I Chicago at Cincinnati I Pittsburg at St. Louis 1 American League I Washington at New York I Philadelphia at Boston I Federal League Kansas City at St. Louis Indianapolis at Chicago Baltimore at Pittsburg Brooklyn at Buffalo I Coast League Partland at Sacramento Los Angeles at San Francisco I Oakland at Venice houses of the legislature and that it was vetoed by Governor Brodie. They will remember, also, that the gov ernor was deluged with petitions both for and against the bill. Two large petitions were sent from Pres colt. I did not see the one asking the governor to veto the bill, but it was currently reported in suffrage circles here that Mr. Ling's name was on that petition. THE WOMEN OP ARIZONA ARE UNDER NO OB LIGATIONS TO MR. REESE LING FOR THEIR ENFRANCHISEMENT, and it he is . elected to the United States senate, I firmly believe that he will be dangerous indeed, not only to the national suffrage bill which is now pending in the United States senate, but to other legislation in which women are vitally concerned. "FRANCES WILLARD MUNDS, "Chairman Arizona ' Equal Suffrage Central Committee." CONSOLIDATED BOYS BEAT QRE-PUDDLBRS (Special to The Republican) HAYDEN, Sept. 1. There was a large gathering of fans out last Sunday afternoon at Hayden to see the Ray Consolidated down the Smelterites by the . narrow margin of three to two. The game was a most interesting one with many splendid plays and action was fast throughout. The first run was scored by the Smelter boys in the fourth when Duncan came home from third on Lesher's single. In the fifth Garrity was walked to first and ad vanced to second on a sacrifice by J. Pierce. Later he scored when T. Pierce sent a hot grounder through first base. This was the last trip over the plate for the Smelter boys and they contin ued to blank the mill team until the ninth when with a batting rally they put three men over the plate and claimed the victory. In this inning Bunn was first up for the mill boys and went out. Bones then followed hitting to left for two bags.' Grantham then flew to deep center and succeeded in getting to third, scoring Bones. Studley then came up and went out on a long fly to right but it was good enough to let Grantham score on the throw in and the score was tied. Rob inson then walked to first and ad vanced toi second on Harvvood's safe ty, scoring when Hanna grounded to left for two bags. This was the last score the mill boys were able to make but was sufficient to claim the victory. The decided features of the game were the pitching of Rico and Pierce. Both exhibited good form and did excellent work. Score Hayden (Ray Consolidated) A.B. H. R. A.PO.E. Bunn, 2b 4 0 0 3 3 1 Bones, lb 4 1 1 2 9 0 Grantham, ss 4 1 1 3 3 0 Studley, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 Robinson, c 4 0 1 1 6 0 Harwood, cf 4 .41 0 0 2 0 .4 n 0 1 2 0 Hanna, 3b Carrigan, If. ,v 3 0 0 0 2 0 Rico, p 3 0 0 2 0 2 '33 4 3 12 27 3 Hayden Smelter A.B. H. R. A.rO.E. Dorsey, 2b 4 0 0 3 3 0 Garrity, 3b 4 0 1 2 0 0 Pierce, J. p.. 4 0 0 1 0 (I Pierce, T. ss 4 0 0 3 1 1 Duncan, c 4 1 1 2 2 0 Miller, lb 4 1 0 0 16 1 Challette. rf .3 0 0 0 0 0 Bryan, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 Lcscher, cf 3 0 0 0 2 0 33 2 2 11 24 2 Score by innings: Ray Cons OHO 000 0033 Smelter .. ; 000 110 0002 Summary Bases on balls: off R,ico none, off Pierce 3; two base hits: Bone; three bR.se hits: Grantham; sacrifice hits: Studley, Pierce; hit by pitcher: by Rico 1 (Garrity), by Pierce 2 (Bones and Carrigan); time of game, 1:25; Um pire Courtney; Scorer Brainan; attenA ance 500 . o SCOOP OFF ON HIS ANNUAL VACATION In Company with Travis Bailey Of Velie Agency Leaves For N. M. Driving a big Velie truck for de livery at their destination, Travis Ifciiley. of the Velie agency and Lyle Abbott of The Republican left last evening for Silver City, N. M., via Tucson and Bisbee. It is because M. L. Naquin, Velie representative in Phoenix, is spend ing his vacation at Silver City that the heavy truck is being urged across the desert to that point. Na quin is such an inveterate Velie booster that the receipt of a wire informing the local office of the sale of a truck created no surprise. Bailey and Abbott expect to make the return trip in a Velie racer via E! Paso. For a part of the way, at least, they will try out the road which will be followed by the racers from the Pass City to the state fair in November, and will be prepared to render an official report on their return. BILLIARDS Marcus Catton defeated Young Mor gan last evening at the St. Elmo pool hall last evening by the score of 200 to 47, this being the best showing the youngster has made against the Phoe nix crack in the series. Morgan's mart; Is 50 as against 200 of Catton's. Cat ton's high run was for 50 while Morgan did 8. The final score now stands Cat ton 400, Morgan 90. The game was well attended. Tonight the scratch mark has been moved back ten points, and Morgan will undertake to make sixty points. o INDOOR BASEBALL The . M. C. A. faculty jumped on the Cubs indoor baseball team' last night and beat them to the tune of 9 to 2, which is not very bad considering the fact that the faculty team is a man's team while the Cubs are all boys. 'Fitz' coach and goodfellow, was both umpire and pitcher for the 'Y Another game will be played shortly. The Cubs still believe they can beat any boys' team in town. O : TOO EASY "Have you been able to meet all the demands of your creditors?" "Meet them! I haven't been able to avoid them." Buffalo Express. Gun Repairing PINNEY & ROBINSON 7 South Central f AMUSEMENTS f 1 . The Regale Edwin August and Ethel Davis come today to the Regale theater, 210-212 East Washington street, in the Powers two-reel drama, "The Two-Gun Man." There is a peculiar ly compelling human interest in this photo-play, the kind that stirs and grips the best in a man or woman. The kind, too, that makes a person think. "The Haunted Bride," a Rex drama, occupies no small place upon the bill. "Strictly Business," a Crys tal comedy, featuring Pearl White, rounds out the excellent program. War Is Hell The Lion did a capacity business yesterday with the four-reel colored Pathe production of "War Is Hell,' as the main attraction, augmented by a two-reel Reliance drama fea turing Mary Alden and Robert Har ron, and a Keystone comedy called "The Eavesdropper," making a seven-reel program par excellence. This same program will be shown again today. "War Is Hell" is a magnifi cent production, the coloring especial ly beautiful, while the sensational fighting of aeroplanes and balloons is very interesting. This picture is very timely and being enjoyed by all who see it. The emotional acting of Roht. Harron in the Reliance drama, "The Weaker Strain," deserves spe cial mention, for it is far above the ordinary. The Lion is presenting mighty strong programs lately. New Bill at Columbia "Bobbie Dean" tonight at the Co lumbia theater, the clever sou brette of the Armstrong musical comedy appears in the star role of 'The Million Dollar Doll," and the friends and admirers of this capti vating little actress will see her at her best. Those who have been fortunate enough to have met Miss Dean know that she means every word when she says "I had rather act than eat," and her legion of admirers are cer tain to appreciate the opportunity provided their favorite to appear to even greater advantage. "The Million Dollar Doll" is taken from an old German classic, and is a delightful story, to which is added a number of up-to-the-minute songs and several unique dances. Every change in show at the Co lumbia is a complete change, with Schlitz Brown Strong Link i 1 It's your safeguard against impurity. It con serves the effort and integrity put into the brewing. It protects the beer from light. No matter how pure the beer light plays havoc with the purity and starts decay. Pure beer is a healthful food. I'M ;. i I I 7,, Beer in light bottles is??? I I Get ' j jJfJj0if Unity Commercial Co. j A. J MM - - 1 y i hit That Made Milwaukee famous. ' Open all day tme: best always N FIRST ST. NEAR VASHINOTWI Reego Belt Corset One of the season's smartest models, fresh and crisp from tlhe work rooms. 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In opening, Hay ter and Janet entertain with a catchy bunch of comedy interspersed with several good songs. Foster, La Mont and Foster, the strong-jaw trio, fol low with a demonstration of ability not usually seen, and a line of work fur above the ordinary. Fox and Leonard, who close, present a very neat appearance as a dancing act, both as a team and singly. Miss Leonard introduces the toe dance in a charming manner, Mr. Fox in a combination of character dances wins much applause. Tonight a new movie program will be shown. See that Crown is branded "Schlitz. Phone 1057 Unity Commercial Co. 43 S. Central Ave. , Phoenix ii it . ' ,.1