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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1914 WORLD o OTQRT-I PUBLIC NEVER SEES INSIDE ROAD RACING Factors That Con for Vic tory and Defeat Hidden from Those Who 'Support Kvont Aniroleiios (iot an "Kveful.'' However TIIOCSAXDS WILL WITNESS MELEK riinison Cnheuion. lut Twice Tied Eli Suffered One Defeat Dope Give v.rh Team Even Break On Offensive Work By scoop When so little that is really signifi (ant of an auto Hire's progress com s ilivetlv under the eyes of those w!ia I ay for it. it is really surprising how gient is the interest shown in ih" r-"ort. There is no other sport tiia.t. ffets fewer opportunities for the man on the siile lines. What really f onlriltutes to the success or fail'llv of cny eontestant takes place at so;ni- lonely portion of Jhe road, wrier.: perhaps only a prairie dog win see. Tot humanity loves to see ;t ear lime dashing into a crowded street, flash, across a tape, anil be greef-1 by the officials with h waving' of checkered flags and a clicking of -stop watches. And it is for this tiny bit of the road racing game that, ihey pay so big to see. For it is the peo ple, the business men, who contribute the funds necessary for road race promotion. There was one race, however, thai was not unite so obscure. But it was only by good luck that the Los An geles special was able to Rive its gay band an occasional sight of the thrills that nuke uo the hidden portion of the great competition. Following the course of the racers, in a speci.'I train that slowed or halted as it drc.v near the straight aways. where :h" cars might he seen, constituted ihe supreme excitement for the Howdy crowd, and they enjoyed it to the limit. One member of the crowd was Ralph Karle, the I'athc man, who made a new stride in news photogra phy, when he tool; the cars at fifty miles an hour, from the observation ear of a train going nearly as fast. He says the pictures will show the. cars apparently standing still, yet with whirling wheels, casting up great clouds of dust. -" Rut the ordinary road race will of fer no such chances. How the game retains its hold on the favor of 'he populace is no mystery, however. 1 explain it by the intense love tins American public has fur any clean competition, and auto racing is cer tainly one (.f the best of this class. The public likes to hear how some hero of the wheel piloted a fast boe.' up aiid down mountains, acros? plains, through gorges and over dif ficult streams, to beat some other eijually earnest strivcr to a. givi a point. If the finish tie sensation:!, well and good. They will talk of how so and.' so skidded across the tape, forcing every inch of speed 111 he might make up for time lost in an unfortunate accidt nt. should t'.i" driver tour in easily, they will ex- j claim their admiration for the prow- ress that put him on easy terms with ! his followers and enabled him to win in a walk. Within a few weeks, Arizona U going to Vie crossed -by at least one great road race, and possibly two. Already plans -are being made to lyi 1 up ihe money and drivers for an i'J Paso to San Liego automobile rac"1. And very quietly, on the side, tn. Phoenix motorcyclists are liuntiic; around to see what they can see. At least three Phoenicians will en ter the next road race, and they are Miller, Tremaine and Smith all of ISA QUINT FULLS BEFORE HIGH TEAM (Special to The Republican) MESA, Xov. IS. A team of backet ball players composed of alumni of the .Mesa high school, undertook to get the scalps of the regular school team last night at the Vance auditorium. At the end of the first half it looked like they might possibly be successful in raising the hair off the high school boys, as they had the best of the score of 11 to 9. As soon as the gong rang for the second half however, the school literally played rings around the alum ni scoring almost at will. Their team work counted and being in better con dition, they were much faster. At the close of the second period the score sfood :!ii to 1:1, in favor of the high school team. High School Oe.jrge Pond. Fred 'HUSKY AND CLEVER IS CHURCH OF YALE JV""& JTffiH vat fa ri ft- t -3, ,- .. : .-.ff ,. V- S! V J v. hom vci prelty minn-rous in the last event. The motorcycle rmo will hrintf out some new ideas in crows country competition. The plun is to h.'ive th machines come to Phoenix in two staues, liishee markiii"' the first utop. Should the racers arrive here on a Saturday afternoon they will ho held here, until Monday morning. Sunday rulers would ho permitted iv work on their mounts, the exact time consumed in .making repairs beiaJf assessed affninst their running time. This would not only p,ive Phoenix some excitement watching- the speed kings furnishing tneir machines, ;ut would improve the competition. I: would s nd more enlr.ics out 'of Phoenix jirepared to be in the run ning on the last two laps lo San m Si drawing aces to jam a jimmy pipe brimful or roll up a makin's cigarette with Prince Albert, then make fire with a match! Such smokings! Yes. sir, the kind you can draw to all day and all night and have a lot of fun all the time ! Prince Albert came into the game five years ago a little stranger in a big land, but it was cut for a square , deal, and today it is the one best bet of men everywhere who play fair with their tongues and want fair play with all the cards on the mahogany! Catch the thought? CopyriKht UMby R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co f ft''' if Bay Prince Albert ati over the nation any where, everywhere. Toppy red tagi, 5c , handy for cigarette emokere)s tidy red tin, 10c; alto hand' eome pound and half' pound humidor. 1V the national joy smoke is built like a thoroughbred. It won't kick, it won't bite, it won't parch! That's because it is made by the now world-famous patented process that cuts out the kick and the bite and the parch ! No other tobacco ever was or can be today anywhere near like Prince Albert! You can raise right here and clean the table that Prince Albert will win with you because it's true blue, any way you play it ! Costs a dime to sit in and find out first-hand that all we claim for Prince Albert is case cards signed, sealed, delivered with the reputation of this great business right behind every grain of tobacco! Does that listen?' R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Winston-Sale m, N. C. 4 & m Our little nursery near Phoenix is doing nicely. We will be able to deliver from this plant a full assortmert of grape vine, fig trees, and some shade trees, etc. ' If f,5.51 'T :f'3fE5j5 WJH 'f oslsWSi-iiA-- . -j V t t t-nrtHj Our office and delivery yard in Phoenix will be open for business the first of. the year and we will be able to supply a!l the commercial varieties of PEACH, APRICOT, PLUM, PEAR, OLIVE AND CITRUS trees direct to planters from our main nursery at Fresno, Cal. Until our office is opened write for catalog, etc., to us at PHOENIX RURAL ROUTE 6, or Phone 12 J 4. Our Mr. Myers will be glad to call ' on you upon request. Remember we have been at it twenty-eight years, and, that we grow annually more than a million first-class True to Name 'Trees of the varie ties needed in the southwest. , .... . J i . ixu v"v.?-s.S.5.i fi&tiiU THE BEST is what you Must have to succeed in horticulture. , . KIRIiMAN NURSERIES, PHOENIX, ARIZONA ly-?A, Or. ST f Will f Church. This husky and clever young"; is one of the lest suds on the Ya footh&ll team. In an eniT;.cin y I" is always ready to ta!;e I. is pan u. right end. BASKETBALL PROSPECTS BRIGHT FOR THE Y. M. C. A. Association Will Put Team in Field to Compete With Valley, Town and Varsity Aggregations Winter lias eamel It was announced yesterday that the Ymm Men's Christian Association would put forth a hasketball team, to eiimpete in winter series with the high .schools of the valley, with the Mesa , town team, with the Normal and pos sihly with the Indians. E. G. FitzRe rald, the physical director will gather the team prospects together this even ing, in order to discover just what sort or material can he relied upon. j The sreat winter sport will be popu l,;r here this season. All the schools will have teams. The university at Tucson will put one of the strongest I aggregations in its history into the running for the state championship, placing the higher schools in thecal- j ley and the y. M. C. A. I Hasketball prospects at the Y are j bright, but the weight and strength of the team are unknown quantities until , after some of the material has been in- j spocted. It is understood most of the applicants tor positions will be men who have played oi; their high school j and college teams. i Openshaw, center; Wilford Phelps,'; Lawrence Morris, forward; John Eddy, Hosier Rrown, guard. 1 Town Tteam Roland Ellsworth, Tom Ilowen, tenter; Joe Bond, Roily F'unieiny, forward; Joe Hither, Karl l'.lair, guard. Follow the Band? Advertisement. dd Do Your Xroas Shopping Early Do your Xmas shopping early. Help the clerks. Help yourself. CLUB BUNS, 100-MILEB M CHUGBIKE VOYAGE Motorcyclists Lining Up a Lot of Activity for Next Few Months Master Rider Medal for Winner Among the motorcyclists, fresh from the triumph of their two highly successful road races, there Is a stir if activity that means things doing for the next few months. . Here are some of the things they will he pro moting: . An all day endurance ; run about the valley two weeks from Sunday. A hundred mile race for the world's record Xew Year's day. :' . . - An El Paso to Phoenix road race early in January or February. Sociability runs, reliability con tests and other forms of two jvheeled excitement all mixed in among the bigger events. Tee 1-1 ee Fogle hopes to have Ins machine varnished in time to ente. the 'endurance run. John Hohl is spouting a Iot of stuff about how Don Johns and Erwin Gee Baker and Red Parkhurst and L)i enzo Boido and Harry c'randall and Joe O'Connell and oh, a lot of iDther F.tars how they all will turn tn mil attempt to seize upon the. coveted title of hundred mile champ. Robert .1. Orput is figuring out in his own mind how he can dig- up some sort of a diamond-studded i-i,ioii-iririi'iniinrrii-in,'rinonoonrMmrnnnwr' Gun Repairing FINNEY & ROBINSON 17 South Central "THE ALWAYS" fi. f iRST 5T. NEAR VA5NinOT0N Friday and Saturday an exten 4 e selection of SILKS AND WOOLEN FABRICS at exceptionally low prices. Each piece has been selected from our large stock of the season's most fashionable Fabrics, giv ing our public the newest weaves at rearranged prices. SSLKS AT LOWERED PRICES 3-inch Chiffon Taffeta in light blue, pink, maize, Copenhagen, navy brown, plum, green, briek red and black, regular U:2T, finality re arranged price, yard )$C 36-inch Satin Duchess in black only, an extra heavy quality in a beautiful finish. Extra special value at, yard 51.45 36-inch Moire Silk, in white, najy, Copenhagen, brown, Russian green, plum and black, an especially fine qiialitv rearranged price. y"r" $1.35 36 to 40-inch Figured Crepe for waists and one-piece dresses, also used as trimming, colors bine, brown, green, mahogany and black, only a few patterns left, ?.00 and $2.50 quality, priced ati yd. $1.39 3C-inch guaranteed two season Lining Satin In all the wanted colors; to encourage home dressmaking we have lowered the price to ,er -artl 95 40-inch Silk PopUn in white, maize, plum, Alice blue, Copenhagen, navy, toupe, Russian green and black, an extra special value at, Jard 98tf 40-inch Satin Riviera, one of the season's leaders, beautiful quality, in al( the desirable shades for afternoon and evening gowns, rear ranged price, yard gj fjj 24 to 27 inch Figured Foulard and Chiffon Taffeta, in an unusually wide range of the choicest colors, regular $1."0 to J 1.25 quality, mostly the latter, priced at, yard 9 20-inch Silk Mcssaline in all the most fashionable shades, an ex ceptional quality, at, yard '. 7i) 40-inch Crepe de Chine in white, pink, light Alice, Copenhagen and navy blue, nigger brown, tan. plum, lavender, Russian green, maize and black, in a beautiful selection of rich shades, special value at rearranged price, yard $1.39 WOOL FABRICS AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES ,IJ-inch Wool Coating in all the wanted colors, new weaves and ex ceptional values at the rearranged price, yard S1.S9 S0-inch All Wool Serge in white, black, brown, gray, navy, Wisteria, wine and receda green, one of the most fashionable fabrics for suits and separate skirts, extra special value at, yard 95 ,ri2-inch Diagonal Striped Serge in Copenhagen, blue, golden brown, plum and grey, especially desirable for one-piece dresses and sepa rate skirts, rearranged price, yard $1.35 42-inch Wool Fabrics in broken lines, in a wide range of plain and fancy colors, values up to $2.00 and $2. yard, in one special as sortment at, yard S9 36-inch Dress Goods in plain or fancy colors, the season's most wanted inexpensive fabrics for skirts, suits and one-piece dresses, special values at, yard -45? r,6-inch Wool Coating in black and whiff checks, especially smart for auto and sports coats, regular $4.50 and $0,011 qualities, specially priced at, yard .' $3.75 ."6-inch All Wool Plaids, correct fabrics for separate skirts, trim mings and school dresses, unusual values at, yard $1.39 as A lartf assortment of new Kigured Nets, 42 inrhi s w iJe. for T u n i cs, Wa i t h and Lra ped Gowns, colors, yellow, blue, pink, lavender, at vard $2.00 to $3.50 BLACK NET LACE Edged in Jet Trimming, very newest for trimming evening and dinner gowns, very handsome used with colors, 12-inch. 16-inch, 2n-inch wide, prices, according to width and quality, per yard, $2.75 t $6.75 A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NET FLOUNCINGS, from D to 36 inches wide, in exclusive pat terns, used for Gladstone Col lars, and Tunics, in cream, ecru, white, black, also the colored edges, embroidered on cream, white and ecru nets, prices, yard, from ....25 $8.00 ALSO COLORED EDGED OR GANDIES, from 4 to 6 inches wide, used for collars and vests, in pink, light blue, navy, laven der, green and Persian, prices. per yard 30C to $1.50 GOLD AND SILVER LACES from 2 to IS inches wide, used for dress trimmings, millinery, etc.. bright gold and old gold, also embroidered on cream nets, prices, yard . TiO to $6.00 FUR TRIMMINGS in edges and innds, from 1-2 to 2 inches wide, in coney, ermine, skunk, opps, monkey, long hair, jeanette, chinchilla, mole, colors brown. black, grey, white, prices, yard This Smart Ladies Jumper Dress is included with many other stunning chic styles in the new December Butterick 35 to $2.50 raeL- n cu yn m5iv VIARIB0U TRIMMING for even- -"" j call at our Butterick Pattern Department and get a copy FREE ing coats, hats and lace gowns, colors light blue, pink, levender, white, golden brown, natural and black, at, yard 50 nd 75 A large assortment of PLAIN NETS, used in trimmings and lin ings, in ecru, cream or white, 36 to 72 inches wide, priced according to width and quality, yard 25 to 75c 010 NUMBERS BEING USED ON NEW CARS Some Recent Purchasers of Machines Are in Imminent Danger 0f Arrest for Being Too Economical That a number of people who have purchased new automobiles are vio lating the state law requiring a new license number for each new- machine is the statement of Assistant Secre tary of State R. E. McGillen. "There are many iiersons driving leather medal for to reward the win ner of the. "i0 mile road race, and designate him by the title of "Master Rider of the AVorld." Orput is dis tinctly not cribbing on the ideas of the I.os Angeles Howdy crowd, In spite of the fact that it is the same title adapted for single trackers. new cars who have simply removed . the license tags from their old ma chines and put them on the new ones, instead of taking out new num bers as required by law," said Mr. McGillen yesterday. "The sheriffs office has been notified and It Is ex pected that a number of arrests will be made in the near future." The offense of wearing old num bers on new cars isr more frequent just now because the blue and white tags are good for only six more weeks of wear, and purchasers of new cars are loath to put up the tax for that length of time. The number 6f licenses issued to date is 5,023. Follow the Rand? 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