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THE AliTZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1011 1 j WORLD of SPORT Castle Hot Springs Run Is Set for December 12 Mnrirnpa Auto Club Get-j tinu- Ready for Another I Mkl-wiut-ov Motor Ruu ' Regiment Band Will En-! tertaiu at Daix-o ' A tim h-v motorcade has been ;:n -ii'.iimvu a Hot Spvins one. With over three weeks in which ;o .nh.ertis.. tile cud ,the Maricopa Auto lul hopes M piili the biggest crowd of machines ever joined in a medium s.v.e.l joy ride within the hounds of i in t:fte of Arizona. The date is lieceniber 12-K!. it wilt be just like previous motor fiules. for tiie hand will be alonir. Iiiiei tor F. H. Uedewill, of the First Regiment band, ha.s arranged trans portation for twenty hand men to and (torn l lie springs. The hotel his prepared its dance floor. Anil toe result will he. a Saturday night dam of unusual proportions. Aceommoda -lions in the dining room ami hot d dl lie iiiff enough for all the Phoe r.ix fl'owii and those scattering par TEMP E TOWN-HIGH GAME Bend Seizes on Chance to Raise Some Cash and Is at Bottom of Turkey Day Football Battle (Special to The I'epnl.iican l TK.MI'H Nov. 23. A band benei:' football game between the Tempests of Tempe high and a pick-tip town team, is the answer G. It. Fine!', manager of the Tempe Merchants' band, ami members of tho Tempo high school board of trustees offer in answer to a. query as to wha' will be doing on this side the rive, on Thanksgiving afternoon. Th tact that Tempe was due for Thanks giving without a sport, attraction, spread like wildfire and now :ie promoters of the proposed program are having difficulty in evading the prospe. tive candidates for the to.ti team that is to he organized. G. R. Finch is the man to lie blamed for It all. It was he who thought of the chance to raise e little money for future use in tie band and- he is now promoting tie program for the afternoon in ipies lion. tint there is going to be a grand time that will replace the a i nual Normal-Tempo High gam which fell through this year. In the first place, the band is si. ing to be out for the entire after noon. It will start with a parade in town and head for the scene of ihe buttle on the high school gridiron. 'I here it w ill serve as an auxiliary entertainer excitement on the field. Fernando Rodriguez, band director, says Ihe Thanksgiving program is going to be tile best yet. and so h will for never has he failed to keep his word. For a line-up of the football sipi id from town, folks will have to wait one more day. ('. F. dates is cap tain, but beyond that no selection of the many veterans has been made. WOOSTER'S ENDURANCE RUN About a dozen riders took part in the first endurance run of the Wooa ter (Ohio) Motorcycle Club. T'.i i ourse covered 125 miles with a l."-mile-an-hour schedule. "Red" Daii was the most consistent rider of the day, losing only five points on 'he (iitire trip.' o An Indiana judge discharged John I.iindgrcn, whose opponent died as The result of a boxing bout at Micii isim Citv. THESE HUSKIES WILL UPHOLD HIGH SCHOOL'S GRIDIRON HONOR t iTVV ,ii'et , i ' i."; ' "? ' Wi , . -7 " MHt 1 lWi ( ?JM' THE COYOTE PACK From left to right Standing: Geary (Coach), F. Wilky. Lewis, Ellii, Gleason, Marlar. Betts, Brooks (captain), Soule, Comstock, Boardman (assistant coach), McGinnis (manager), Goldberg (Hebe.) Kneeling: Craft, Winsel, Galpin, Belcher, Ladd, Tannehill, B. Wilky. Sitting: Tweed, Kennedy, Sedler, Osborn, Murr, Ross, LaTourette, Evans, Luke. I t i ties that are expected from the oilier cities of the south. The distance from p-hoenix to Castle Hot Springs is "officially BS.5 miles, most of which is negotiable at a good rate of speed. The road is i.ow in much better shape than it has been fop a good many moons. The program will include a scart at Adams and Central on the morn ing of Saturday. December 12. Th" run to the. springs will be made eas ily before noon, w hen lunch will be served to the motorists a.t the bote'. In the afternoon there will be vis its to the points of interest about the hotel, mountain climbing for the sturdy limbed and rambles in 'he wildwood. The evening will be dc oted to a bampiot and dance. Special rates at the hotel will at tiact man.-"to rem;.1n over night, and among this c.ooilly number there will be enough to make up a big party for tiie return next day. The Castle Hot Springs motorcade is but a" starter. There will he a i third annual to Tucson some time shortly alter the fiisi of the year. iDHANDLER STORE-KEEPER PULLED D Li ri ON IB Prominent Chandler Storekeeper Will Have to Answer Charge of Attempted Murder special 1' The Republican i I Nov. As the result, of g m- play in bis effort to settle a dis pute between two Indians in his st-.re last 'veiling John Derrick, a respect ed store-keeper of Chandler, is held in custody awaiting bearing hnrue of attempted murder. The dispute arose between dians in tiie store over the ship of some gunnv sacks. tlH tit- ' owrk As scene threatened lerriek ordered the men out of his store, i n their re fusal to move he drew a six-shooi. r. pointing it at .loan Anton, the ! : (Pan who "started tile trouble. The gun went off and the bullet passed between the Indian's arm and body, doing no injury. his on the evidence of Anton, was exploded accidentally, he claims, had no intention i (a him the g-in Derrick, !' pulling Derrick will Judge Arnold be brought up bef-.rc this morning for pre- liminary hearing of the tempted murder. harge of :tt- MORE WAR. MOTORCYCLES A motorcycle corps is to he added to the United States troops now sta tioned at Fort Sam Houston, Texa i. Motorcycles already have proved their worth in carrying dispatches along the Mexican border, and of ficers believe that a motorcycle squad should he made a permanent part of ihe army. Milwaukee has gone the Maratiu.n i ne better by holding a 50-mile rnc Kallas, a Creek runner, made th" distance irr B hours IK minutes 3 sec onds. CALIFORNIA AUTOISTS GET TAX LIFTED i SACRAMF.NTo, Nov. 2S .Many automobile owners must pay a higher tax in IS 15 because the li- ' censes will be based on the cubic ; capacity of the motor's cylinders ; instead of on the bore alone. Th i stale estimates there w ill SI"". -ii'iu additional revenue, the new method tending to equalize the ' taxation on the long slrok" : motor, making it pay on its true horsepower. ' 1 '.WV,"' ,ai f-'x1 nF:'0, - OF CONTESTS Attention of Motor Racing Fans Directed Toward Turkey Day Event at Co rona Tiie Motorcyclists Watch Savannah By SCOOP TIh attention of race bugs of Phoenix is directed two ways right now, the automobile fans watching Corona, and the motorcyclists Sa ciinah. on Thursday, these two cities will be the sc.nes of two of the greatest speed races iii the world, and oil lly enough. each is for the same dis tance. Savannah has an eight mile course, on which the le-si niototvycie racers in the world will be making a three hundred-mile speed trial. Savannah has an eight mile com se. on which the best motorcycle racers in the world will be making a three ; hundred mile speed trial. Corona, j which is close to I.os Angeles, will I lie the si ene of what is almost cer tain to he a record breaking trial of (car-speed, tip. three hundred mile j;ace on a nearly circular ,-ottrse 2.7 i miles iii h-m-th. j For tile Corona race, many of dip (speed merchants, who have appeared ; ri Phoenix recently, will he trainc 1 j : ml eo nipped. There will be Carlson j in his .Maxwell. Cooper in his Stat:-.. .Nikient driving the same Mercer j v inch (ildi'iehl piloted in the Yamlor jbilt and drand Prix last February, ''iii' Hall, whose Marnion won thirl I place in the mi:; .os Angeles to i Phoenix race, driving that same yel- lew King, which Klein had in ,he j fifly-miler fair week. There is a i i ighly mingled state of affairs amors I tl.e motorists, famous men driving I famous ears, record makers on man .- a. hard fought course. ol.il'i, Id and Teflat'f are still ou.- side the entry list. It is said thai Harney will finally be sent ill lo jet-ive one of tiie Mercers or possible .- Stutz. and that Tetzlaff. in spite ! of his resolution not to race any j more, will be named in place of I 1 1 ughie Hughes lo drive j arlson's Maxwell. Cars that have won or I the Indianapolis, Elgin, jai.d drand I'rix races : who have appeared in j speed test America has the mate to competed in Vanderbil; and drivers every real as had for tl.e f these are in no wonder tae I past ten years all I the line-up. and it race officials boosters are ind South California congratulating them- selves. Rene (Thomas. whose pelage won the last r.iiii-miler at Indianapulis, sit paved road racing record of Kli-o.l 1 miles an hour. Corona should If the winner of tic break this record likely that he will etain his own marl;, tt are of different it will bring to a.n and it is wry Thomas will r for the race: lengths. p.ut American driver, the honor of bavin'; vim a road race in the fastest time ever accomplished. Sunbeams, Petigeots, Dttsenbergs, Mercers. Stutzes, Mercedes and Itenz e.s are some of the high-pow'ered cars entired in the race, anil it P; ti the practice performance the pm mile an hour stuff, that the experts are basing their predictions of brck- t en mini s. j Krwin !. linker and I.,. K. Park- hurst two of the nationally known motorcyclists who performed on Ihe Phoenix track (luring fair week, ar entered in the Savannah three-een-Itury grind. Of the three, P.aker, rid j ing an Indian, is a. favorite locally. While I'arkhurst is a wonder at j the short dashes, his record shn,' ' it w long distance grinds in which be IIS MOTQRCYCLE SOCIABILITY Sunday is Fixed as Date for I'd;;' Valley Run Covering About One Hundred and Eighty Miles and Ten Hours of K'luiiiin Time Sunday's sociability run gasped, ijat up and came completely to life bust night, when tiie Phoenix motorcyclists met in the Phoenix National bank basement, named the committee, and said it was going to have things done. The committee is: John Hold. Herb Worcester. Clyde lllaine. Approximately isn miles of valley roads will be covered in an all day re liabilii v i ontest, in w hich dozens of riders will be entered. The sliced limit will he below 20 miles an hour. About six checks will be laid nut, and the route will he covered twice onv? in the morning and once in the after noon. The machines will he held in control in Phoenix during the noon hour. Last year's rim netted seventeen rid ers scores of l.iiiiii points which in itself is a record for this sort of a con test. John Hold says it was too easy, so they are only giving the riders 110 seconds leeway each direction from the checking time. A man' winning may depend a.s much on having an accurate watch as on being able to ride a motor cycle at a certain given speed. Finest Douglas was made a cum mitee of one to impure around about a sociability rim to Castle Hot Springs a week from Sunday. This menus a repetition of last year's thrilling race. has lasted. lie is pre-eminently tiie f.nest up-to-lTi-miles rider in Amer ica. Ilaker, on the other hand, is famous as ;i long distance man, and while he has not won any great track or course races lately, his cbility is still conceded. The Savannah course is a good deal like a course that might be dra.vn right here in Salt river valley Cen tral. Northern and drum! avenues, inly the (leorgia track is much shorter, lint the turns and the char acter of the road are similar. COYOTES' LAST LONG YELP TO FOLLOW THE INJUN GAME THURSDAY Turkey Day Will Bring Final Cheer in Football Circles on Indian Grounds. High School Almost Sure Win ner on Record for Season Certain alumni having failed to find enthusiasm Miough to get up a football team, the high school and the Indians have been booked for the Thanksgiving date at the home grounds of the latter. Arrangements for Phoenix's Turkey Day football were completed yesterday between Manager Mdlinnis of the Co yotes and Manager P. A. V em ne of the Hra es. Atter the showing Phoenix high has made under the coaching of Francis Coary this year and last, the Coyotes must reign as favorites over any Ari zona high school team. It is a matter ot con jectui e, whether the Arizona Varsity could prevail against the splen did dam work of the Coyotes. The Tucson team has a magnificent back field, but is handicapped by a poor line. Those who figure the Indians are not taking into consideration the develop ment of the 'ieary machine since the first game of the season, in which the Coyotes beat the Indians PJ to u. It is true, the Indians have improved, but not enough to beat the high school, if the latter is in anywhere near the mid season form. Tempe Normal's .ir.-F victory over the llraves told the tale. Pomona at Tucson will be an inter esting Thanksgiving day game. It line: out this way: Pomona beat Occidental 1 to 0. Occidental beat Arizona 14 ti Oxy has its unbroken backfield against Arizona but not against Pomona, and that may make sonfe difference. The retirement of Judge Tiam Thew Wright at Washington is hailed with glee by union men. His : leavers to put Cionipers, Mitchell and Morrison in jail are vividly recall, d by his resignation while under fire THEIR 1914 RECORDS Harvard 44 Harvard 44 Harvard In Harvard 1.1 1 larvard Ill Harvard ..... 7 Harvard ..... 20 Harvard 0 Harvard lit! Tolnts. .. .1S7 Yale i'ii Vide -1 Yale Yale L'K Yale 7 Yale 4!i Yale .....11 Yale Ill Yale (I Points 17S Hates Sringfield .. , Wash. ,ifc Jeff.. Tufts . . ...... Penn. State . . Michigan . . . Prim ctoii . . . P.rown Yale opponents . Maine F. of Virginia . . ti . l:: I.ehiKll Xotre Wash. Dame . & Jeff. . ! IS . B ! .11 . ColKate .. Itrown .. . Princeton . Harvard .. Opponents Gun Repairing PINNEY & ROBINSON: 17 South Central NEW COLISEUM Ml OPEN DOORS TONIGHT Everything Ready for Initial Show of "Old Faithful'' Under New Management All Is ill readiness. The "old faith ful" Coliseum, the best-known amuse ment house in the state, will throw open its doors tonight at 7 o'clock, Hnd resume business after being .iark some four months. At first estimate, the cost of fixing; and dressing up toe theater Was estimated at but as things progressed another $lijiin found a hiding place, but the owner, Victor Steinnegt-r, knovvs that the improvements are right, and that now he is fully prepared to handle any kind of a vaudeville show, and nearly any sized crowd that will come to see it, with the exception of tiie open ing night, of course. The. asbestos front curtain is fire proof and is a straight drop instead rf a roller, as formerly. The place has been rewired throughout, and City Flectrician Dodge sta.ed that it is the best-wired theater in the south west, barring none. AH the scenery is brand new, not a piece of old stuff among the six complete stage s'ets. The orchestra pit. is widened and ex tended twelve feet on the end:-; to accommodate the augmented orches tra. The electric globes are the lat est nitrogen invention, giving the strongest possible artificial light and assuring perfect color on the stage and in the auditorium. The follow ing program commences at 7 o'clock sharp, and the second show at S:4." o'clock,- lasting until 10:'i0 o'clock: 1. 7 p.m. Street parade, 'ommene ing at First avenue and Washington, marching in column to Coliseum theater. I. 7.10 Concertette, Coliseum Hand. ':. Free street exhibition by the great Lei toy. 4. 7: -il Half-hour concert, Coli seum irehestra. "The Long Feud." two-reel fea ture, lironco film. II. 7:50 Kord Si Cody, novelty rind character changes. 7. Arnold & White, music and black-face. x. s: lo "Mistakes Will Happen," P.nya.1 comedy film. !!. x::;0 The great . I.elloy and company, muster of steel. ji). 8:4 j "A Sky Pirate," Keystone comedy. Orchestral Program March, "The Thunderer i Corey). Selections. "Jacinia" (P.obyn). overture. "Jolly Robbers" tSnppe). Popular, "Dengoza." llag, "Crash." 'Chaser," selected. House Attaches Owner, Victor Steinneger; man ager. Arthur Howard: musical director. Kugene Iledewill: stage manager, Wal ter Peck: circuit liianasir. 11. rt Levy: lectrician, W. n. Copson; oi-erator. Sam J. Chappet; stage i. .mo, Irani; Cenglan. GLENDALE GLENDALE SCENE OF BOLD SAFE ROBBERY Cracksmen Blow Strong Box of Peo ple's Lumber Company and Make Get Away With Valuable Papers (Special to Thi Rppiiblica.nl ijl.ENlJALK, Xov. 23. I'littins ill electric and telephone- wires thrt n:i;ht lead to their diseovery and np -I rehen.iion. robbers broke into the of fice of Uie People's Lumhr company at a late hour Sunday ni.nht, ami alter i! tiamiunir the safe made their -.-eepe with a larnf number of yalu able papers. No trace of the rob ieis has yet been disi-overed. The papers taken consisted mainly of ehecKs, insurance policies, pnmis sery notes and other papers valuable ti the firm alone. Only the fact tl'at AIinaRer William W'eigold had removed all currency before closiii the office Saturday niRht saved tiie firm a loss of several hundred dollars. The only money taken was $l.rii in ash. which had been left in the malinger' h desk. MOTOR TO WICKENBURG Mayor I'earson, Clerk II. O. White and Councilmen R. l- Stauffer and P. Sample motored to Wickenlnn Sunday and accepted the invitation nl Geo. i;, Upton, chairman of tii" water committee of "Wickcntuirs, md inspected the new water systems re imtly installed there. COUNCIL MEETING The common council met Xovem bei- 20 as a board of equalization and rudjusied the assessments on new property for the purpose nf taxation for the current year. MORE CATTLE The Oowden Bros, received four rars of feeders yesterday to pastui lure. The consignment was niadi fiom Alayer, Ariz. SHIPMENTS A ear of lumber and one of laths were received by the P.lendale I.um her company from Flagstaff. Three cars of hay were shipped, one to each . of the following points: pieseolt. Yucca and Clarkdale, Ariz. Two cars of milo maize were ship ped by Walker Lewis to Phoenix. A car of cotton seed was shipped to PhoenP-. One car of -cotton to be ginned was received by the Glendale Cotton Gin, from I lassayampn. . ' FROM LOS ANGELES D. O. Collamer, tariff inspector f n' the Santa Fe, was here Satuiil;y t hocking up the local office. VISITING BROTHER Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry llammcls, nf fluekeye, are spending a few days WHERE ARMIES FACE eltt.s - I)urinr the past few dnys there lias b?en iraclically no change in tho jjositions of the preat armies that fare each oiiur in Helium and France. 'J he hjr-avy black line runnin; ihro;i-jh ihe renter oi the map shows where the (iernian and allied armies f:-.ee each tilher. j here visiting at lite Inane Ha mmols. .f .1. PERSONALS Giis Harrison v.ns uttciulin business matters ;it piKtcnix M"tnl -Mrs, 1. J. Hiordan w.is a visii'T the Capital city yesterday. Jf. T. Connors and F. MrFad.' sf.ont Sunday afternoon hunt : ti Ntnv River. SEVEN KNOWN DEAO (Continued From Pape Onel (. W. Harrison. '. o. I-Ilencne. J. H Hutchinson. Mrs. Iln ttinns. Mrs. Val Franz., Jr., mil infant, Francisco. 1-. Seheuren. J. Kdinonilson. J. Hunt. -Miss Lawtnn. .Miss Larue. I. H. I'ole. -Mrs. Ilrown. Airs. J. Woodward. T. Alayer. .1. o'Donneil. I.. C. Merrill. K. ( 'arls-n. F. ileorirc Stndebaki MISSIONARIES IN TURKEY THREATENED f r S Mwfi- ) An American missionary in Turkey. A reign of terror prevails in Turkey, accordinr; to refugees who have fled from the Ottoman Empire. The lives of the Christians, including the missionaries and the Armenians, are in great danger, and biiganda;t-, mu'der and atrocities are committed. The photo shows one of the Amer j&n women missionaries, who is in the danger zone. j EACH OTHER IN WEST HIGH SCHOOL FOR ALIENS : i AS -:.m'JAT.:j PKKSS .I.SPATCJ l.oS A.';i:KK. Xi.v. 2:1 Instead of "cramming" ihe e. .nsr it ut ion and mem 'vv.'w.g the names of the president's " 1-atiinet. randidates for citizenship in i"- ' tiiis disuk t n iii hf-r-eafter f?o through i- a regular course in the Los Angeles ' hih s'-hou, 1 Vrtifirates issued them ii-liy lhat institution will he accepted in i,i I'h '.i of th- usual examination in court. j Ii eeft ?4.rs!i.r.lrt to oondiK-t 17,7 siiik.-s in .Uneiit-a hist yenr. luu tho I r. suit bom-fii'-d T4.:t."iii vorkor, no -eori'in to the reimrt iirf-sonted to the ,l.-U-K,ues at Pliihidt-Iihiii. ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF YAVAPAI OFFICIAL i Special to The Republican.) PI!!-: KSCiiTT. Nov. 2:!. W. T. King. -.at ty re order of iavapai county, is ami his family prostrated as a suit if the accidental discharge of Sln th. nigiin. Tiie accident took place Henry Little ranch, ten miles fi '"in here, u here King and his family were stopping. His wife and daughter , w.-re sitting tieside him in an auto mobile at the time of the accident.