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- THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 191.
PAGE TWO WORLD of SPORT MOTORISTS TO 60 TO SPRINGS Hundred Lovers of Great Outdoors Will Drive to Castle Hot Springs Satur day to Take Part in An nual Celebration 'MAULBETSCH GRID WONDER OF SEASON For i lie fourth annual automobile run In Castle Ilt Springs, there will 1 nver a store of well known nvi tcrists, according to the committee ot tho Maricopa Auto Club, which is jn charge of the event. The date has ! en advanced from December 12 to December 16. A line of cars will start from Phoenix Saturday morning, going by way of Central and Northern avenues in order to avoid the new road be ing graded between here and Glen ilale. From the end of Northern avenue, the route is the same as that of the race from Los Angeles, as far as Hot Springs Junction, forty miles away. The club's committee is composed ft Dr. F. H. Redewill, chairman, Clay Darker and Charlie McElroy. It is the wish of the committee that all motorists contemplating making the trip advise them of their intention, so that preparations can be made at the Hot Springs hotel for the in ii cased accommodations. It will be necessary to send to Fhoenix for additional help in takinf care of the. crowd, which will number over a hundred. , The hotel is making a special rate, which includes all the program of accommodations from the first ban quet, Saturday night, to the lunch eon Sunday. There will be a dance, Saturday following the banquet, a big picnic breakfast and a Sunday dinner. The pleasure seekers will fcpcml the two days taking in all the places of interest to be found at '.ho Springs, and Monday will return, ready for the week's Wsy activity. Every year the motr crowd of Phoe nix has made a record for its at tendance at the Castle Hot Springs run a run that formally ushers in the winter season. It is an adver tisement for Arizona's unbeatable winter climate. Pictures of Decem ber tourists swimming in the plunge at Castle Hot Springs strike the frozen easterner With an impelling force. And the direction of that force is toward Arizona, where the winter knows the rose and where very month's a harvest. Automobilists intending to make the. trip should notify either Rede will, Parker or McElroy some time before Friday, so that the hotel management may be warned in time to prepare for the extra guests. One of the features of the run will be the concert by the first regimental band, who will be tak en to the Springs by train. The concert will be Sunday, hut the orchestra will also play for the dance! the evening before. Tucson Motorcade. A motrcade to Tucson is planned for the first of the year. This run naturally grows out of the Hot Springs run, and the more success ful the preliminary, the bigger and better will be the other event. A crowd of two hundred and fifty Is expecfed to make the trip to Tuc Bon. Itw ill be the third annual mo torcade. o P,ill Cochran, captain of the Uni versity of Michigan football team, will have to wrestle his dad on Christmas day, before he become? rock of the walk, says the elder Cochran. Maulbetsch. Maulbetsch, the Michigan halfback who is called the football wonder of 1914, hits a line harder than any man who has played on an eastern grid iron for ten years. It didn't seem possible, in the minds of the eastern football enthusiasts, for a man to smash into a line of human bodies with the force that Maulbetsch docs and come out of the game without a broken neck. MR BEITS PintS II FIRST MENU SIHE e E Single Tracker Club is Set ting Record With Some Form of Activity or Other Each Week End Hot Springs the Goal Parks' Team Gets Two Game Lead for Set, and Then Loses to Marks' Men in Three Straight It was quite a comeback, when Marks beat Tarks in the Y. M. C. A. volley ball court last evening, the first game of the ten game tourna ment of the Business Men's class in gymnasium work. For be it known. Parks, leading a team of five men reached a two game lead before the opposition had a look in. It was by a regular rally that the Marks' faction took three straight and h'isted the Parks horde out of the running in the first contest. The winners lined up: Barnet E. Marks, captain, E. E. Lane, XV. J. Wiley and E. G. Fitz gerald. The. losers: D. S. Parks, captain, Harry M. Rlair, Arthur Halm. Dr. K, II. Rede will and H. E. Bash. The scores: 10:21, 21-12, 21-12, 21-17. On Thursday, the teams of Whipple and Jones will clash in the second game of the tournament. President Tener's term as governor nf Pennsylvania expires December 31. His term as president of the Na tional league has still three years lo run, and it is said no opposi tion will be made to an extension of this term. ANOTHER FOR McCARTY lASSOCIATKO FRESS PISPATCltl NEW YORK, Dec. 1. Tom McCarty of Montana, outfought Terry Kellay of California, in a fast ten round bout. GALLANT LOSES f ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH BOSTON, Dec. 1. Harry Stone, claimant to the lightweight champion ship of Australia, was awarded the de cision over Gilbert Gallant of Chelsea, in twelve rounds. RIVAL ARMIES FACING (Continued From Page One) Yesterday was repair day with most of the motorcyclists of this city that is, all but Babe Valentine and Amos Dye and Chas. Gardiner, who didn't jigger their machines any in Sunday's great big endurance run. But so great was the repair activity promoted by the contest. Manager John Hohl said ho was contemplating seriously offer ing to accept an honorarium a tip backsheesh, from the various hospitals for disabled motorcycles. That Sunday's run to Castle Hot Springs will be a wonder of a run, is evidenced by the hearty response made on some entry sheets furnished by the club. It is suspected that possibly the fact the club Is offering to pack a lunch for the gang, had something to do with the unanimous consent of numerous riders to make the 136 mile voyage. Starting Sunday morning at seven o'clock, the Thiers, led by Ernest Fogle, president of the club, will line out north on Central avenue, turn west on North ern avenue, strike Grand above Glen dale and from that point, follow Harry Locke's route to the springs hotel, not forgetting to halt at Morristown long enough to shake the brown paw of Harry Cox, take on gas and oil and in quire how the Sam Hill the road is. One of Huntsman-Hotchki.ss fiver- land company's big Willys utility trucks will follow the riders with spare supplies and John Hohl. Hohl will don the white apron (in the 1'nited States i talk a suit of coveralls) and the red cross, and act as nurse In chief for the break downs. No rider will be permit ted to perish in a harrowing and ling ering manner out upon the dry deserts or northern Maricopa county. Tandems w ill be permitted to be oc cupied by friends (fellow or girl) of the riders. Few or no tandems will be so occupied. But you can, if you want to. The object of the trip to to go to Castle Hot Springs. And eat a considerable lunch. Membership in the Phoenix Motor cycle club is not a requirement. But you ought to have a motorcycle, if you're going along. Harry Iine says not; he may try it on his fearful and wonderful cart, which he hag jtict acquired. And you gotta be a good fellow, oth erwise, you won't bring back as much temper as you started out with. Rullwhacker Hill is well, thank you. And if you have a two speed twin, you can hurry to the top and watch the singles pedal up. Or else get stalled yourself, and have to push. Anyway, it will be a good big occas ion, this Sunday run. And the motor cycle club is setting a record by de claring for and promoting a similar event each Sunday. o OICIilUffiSMll MIES IIS IPKIIIK I E Doc White is to manage the Ven ice, Cal., team. The curving dentist has made a big hit on the coast. Our old friend Johnny Kling is batting 750 at billiards. He leads the interstate three-cushion tournament. Ed Wald's young brother, Martin, joins the Brookfeds. He was a star twirler at Bridgeport last season. The National league at its meet ing this month is expected to en dorse the nine-game world's series idea. " " m tfyoar dealer can f tappty yom, end IOc for one package or 1. 00 for a carton of ten pack aim (200 cigarette) , pottage prepaid After invoking t package, if yoa don't find CAMELS a ropreeented, re- tarn the other 9 package; and we will refmnd your money. Don't Look for Premiums '"FHE cost ot the choice Turkish and domestic tobaccos in Camel Cigarettes prohibits ths uce of premiums or coupons. Here's a cigarette cf exquisite flavor that doesn't leave that eigaretty taste and simply can't bite your tongue nor parch your throat. Isn't that just what you're after? Sold all along the Une, 20 for 10c. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Wmitu-Sxltm, N. C Dick Holllngsworth, main'"hombre" for the outlying.' precincts for the Chanslor-Lyon company of Los An geles, poured into town yesterday with the moisture and began to take part in the various festivities of Ari zona 8 capital. Holllngsworth has not made his appearance in publl? since the finish of the Los Angeles Phoenix auto race, and the track events of the following day. On each of these occasions, Dick was the official nuisance. While officiating in various capaci ties at the automobile sports throughout the great and glorious southwest, Hoinngsworin displays a garb that is almost if not quite as telling as the red vest and Howdy Hat of Paul Derkum. At any rate, Dick's motor accoutermenis confer lit tle obscurity as to his whereabouts - which is a good old phrase, when used in connection with good old Dick. ' draw the troops from Matamoros- that Villa troops may capture the latter place. United States immigration of licers report several hundred Mexi cans recruited in Texas, have cross ed the Rio Grande the last few days. Orders were issued to the border patrol that nc persons be allowed to cross the border without a passport and an order tonight commands the troops to shoot armed filibusterers crossing the border. Order in Mexico City WASHINGTON', Dec. 1. Optimistic reports showing ihat the Villa-Zapata coalition supporting the pro isional government of Eulalio Gutierrez, es tablished by the recent Aguas Cali entes convention, is successfully main taining order in Mexico City are pub lished by the state department. Two dispatches from American Con sul Silliman and the Brazilian am bassador at Mexico City say that while Zapata has been in Mexico Ciiy he has declined to go to the national palace, keeping his headquarters in a suburb. Unofficial information savs that Villa is similarly in the out skirts, and both are awaiting the ar rival of Provisional President Gutier rez. Official dispatches are more hope ful than for weeks. The Brazilian minister's dispatch says: "Zapatista authorities are doing all in their power to redress wrongs. A good amount of money has been re ceived from the extraordinary tax levied, and a loan of 50,ono pesos by banks and business men has been rer paid. Property and funds taken (mm the tramway company have been re turned. The foreign affairs office has been reopened. Villa published a gen eral order that full guarantee will be accorded all, and any wrong will be punished by death. The censorship has been abolished, but is still very strict at Vera Cruz. Correspondents complain that their dispatches do not go through." The state department later issued the following supplemental state ment: "A dispatch from . Silliman sent at 5 p.m. on the "nth and received here at 8 o clock this morning commo tes the optimistic report sent ny tne '.razilian minister. Silliman bad an interview with Zapata on Saturday night, and expressed the appreciation of the foreigners for the order that lias prevailed since occupation by Za- ! lata's troops. "He presented the case of Mr. Hill, n American, whose dairy had been ooted, this being one of the very few cases of disorder. In Silliman s rcsenco Zapata dirlnted an order re quiring the restoration of Hill's prop erty and the punishment of those uilty. He left the City of Mexico yesterday, but his followers are In harge of the city, and quiet pre ails. "The city is well policed, and no political arrests have been made. Za patistas have not molested either na tives or foreigners except in a lew aggravated cases. Upon entry into the suburbs, they arrested tne man ager of the cable office an Ameri canupon information that false no tices had been sent from the city. In connection with the Brazilian minis ter, Mr. Silliman has been able to secure the release of those detained and the opening of the office, the of ficer in charge being prompt and ac commodating when shown Mr. Silli man's card. The censorship that will be established will not apply to for eign representatives. General Angeles arrivd on .Sat urday and remains outside the city. Silliman called upon him, and he kindly offered the use of a military wire for the foreign representatives, the cable having been interrupted. Angeles was attentive, obliging and friendly, lie spoke appreciatively of the United States. Zapatistas are compelling tne return oi inn effects removed from private dwellings by the constitutionalists. Banks and stores arc resuming business. Thirty thousand pesos were collected for the hospitals on Thanksgiving day. ACTORS F8R TOM 1 On Christmas Cast of Characters Increas ing Minister Chosen and First Bridesmaid An-i nounced Collegians to Attend Function FOOD FOR BELGIANS f ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH! NEW YORK, Dec. 1. "Ship at once to the nearest sea port." This was the message sent today by the American commission for the relief of Belgium to over 1000 committees In the. United States. The committee has perfected country-wide shipping arrangements and it is expected that vast quantities of food and clothing gathered at vari ous cities will be converging by train loads to all important ports. o A PLACE OF REFUGE. "Her husband is a brute." "Why. what did he' do?" "You know how superstitious she is. Well, when she started to throw a plate at his head during a quarrel, the heartless wretch stood square in front of a mirror." Gun Repairing PINNEY & ROBINSON 17 South Central Gradually the caste of characters for the Tom Thumb wedding to be held at the Empress theater on Sat urday afternoon for the benefit of the Phoenix Deaconess Hospital is becoming complete and rehearsals have now begun. Another develop ment in the story was made yester day when the brother of General Tom Thumb, who was in Europe heard of j the engagement of the General to I Miss Ping Bell, determined to be i present himself and perform the cere- i mony that will unite the two happy ! lovers. Rev. Dr. Charles B. Thumb therefore can be expected to be the third important party to the wedding I ceremony, and as good fortune will have it, this part will be taken by little Barry Goldwater, the actual brother of the young man who is playing the part of the groom. The first bridesmaid was announc ed yesterday. It will be Miss Muriel Miller, who is a close personal friend and companion of the bride to be. Two young college men, attendants at Yale and Harvard universities, hearing of the wedding in their set decided to leave school for the time being to attend the ceremony. Their places will be taken by Paul Sex son and Charles Barnes. Then as a part of the entertain ment for the wedding guests. Miss Mary Stanley Woodson will sing. Al together the affair gives still greater promise than before for a most suc cessful time. Mrs. Hugh Harrison, with the assistance of the other en thusiastic ladies, is working hard on the affair and will bring it to so deserved a culmination so much so 1 that the Saturday afternoon down town crowd will fill the spacious au ditorium to enjoy the entertainment ; for so worthy an object. WONT WITHDRAW TROOPS. President Must First Be Assured Peace Will Prevail in Colorado. associated frkss dispatch! WASHINGTON, Dec. 1. The pres ident,' after discussing with Secre tary Garrison, the request of Gov ernor Amnions of Colorado that the federal troops be withdrawn from some of tlie Colorado strike districts, decided that nothing couid be done m this time. Earlier in the day the president told callers he is awaiting formal notice from Ammons that the state is nady to resume control of the strike zone before withdrawing the troops. In a statement on Sunday, announc ing the appointment o a commis sion to deal with the future differ ences in the Colorado strike, Wilson said he was not willing merely t-J withdraw the troops without provid ing a means for handling the diffi culties between the operators -ind the mines. o OF (Continued From Page One) ROMANCE ON THE TITANIC BORN OF TRAGIC FAREWELLS j Mrs. Robert W. DanieL While the Titanic was sinking it Aii a : tiA itAara ann ft.' tne Atlantic uceau J. , Mrs. I.ucien Smith, then on ier honeymoon, met for the firsw time Robert W. JJamei, a jriumuc. Iphia banker. Mr. Smith was drown ed. Daniel was picked up by a lie Lit anil talren to the rescue ship ICcrpathia, where he tried to comfort 'the young widow. That was the be iffinninff of a romance which has lust i culminated in the marriage of Daniel land Mrs. Smith, . ,.-g!s u - killed and wounded and 1,500 prison ers." The total number of prisoners tak en by the Austrians in the fighting in Poland was 35.000. "Archduke Frederick, commander- I in-chief of the Austrian army, con- ; gratulating Field Marshal Paul Von; llindonburg on his promotion, em- j pha-sizes the unvarying harmony which exists between the Austrian and German armies. Vice President Ileichsbank states the economical sit uation in Germany is developing sat isfactorily." Referring to the Russian official statement of Sunday, the German headquarters says: "A great story of success for the German troops has come to light in the fighting near Lodz. German forces were operating against . the right flank, in the rear of the Rus sians when they, in their turn, were attacked by the Russians who press- j ed them hard, coming from the east and south. The German troops turn- ! ed from the Russians with whom they engaged, fought a very bitter three days' fight and broke through the Russian, ring. In doing so they brought with them 12,000 prisoners, as well as twenty-five guns and lost only one German gun. The German losses naturally were not small, but ertainly they were not not "awful." o 1 AN INDELICATE REMARK "One cannot be too careful in his remarks on some occasions," said n young clergyman, in 'speaking of a tour of inspection which he, in com pany with older divines, made of a penal institution. "The leader of our little expedi tion, a truly good man, was so im pressed by what he learned from th6 story of one young man imprisoned for burglary that he felt he should offer him some encouragement, of what kind he hardly knew. So. after many hems and haws he delivered himself of the following: " 'Ah, my friend, we must not lose sight of the fact that we are here today and gone tomorrow1? " 'You may be, sir,' rejoined the burglar, 'but I ain't.' "Harper's Magazine. o Is C. Webb Murphy elminated or not? Let's settle it and then talk real baseball. THE EOT ALWAY5" N. riRST.ST. NEAR VlASHIn um . Special Sale of Silks and Wool Fabrics We have arranged for commencing today a special selection of the season's most fashionable silk fabrics at greatly reduced prices. 40 INCH CREPE DE CHINE, CANTON CREPE AND POPLINS in a big variety of colors, silk that sold up to $1.75 yard. Special sale, yard $1.39 40 INCH SATIN RIVIERA, in pink, light blue, lavender, tan, golden brown, plum, taupe, American beauty and king blue, an extra good hagen, tan and brown, special sale price, yard $1.39 26 INCH CHIFFON TAFFETA, in light blue, pink) navy, Copen hagen, san and brown, special sale price, yard 49 40 INCH FIGURED CREPE in navy, brown, green and brick red, silks that sold for $2 and $2.50 yard, special priced at, yard.. $1,39 36 INCH MOIRE SILK in navy, Persian blue, brown, plum and green, an extra good quality for, yard $1.35 40 INCH POPLINS in a beautiful line of colors, and an extra good silk at the special price, yard 98 45 INCH CHENEY BROS.' MOIRE SILK in black, white, electric blue, Russian green and Copenhagen blue, a silk that sells the world over for $4 00 a yard, special sale price, yard $3.25 Wool Fabrics AT UNUSUAL LOW PRICES 42 inch wool dress fabrics that sold up to $1.50 a yard, a big table full, in all colors, to select from, special sale price, yard 69 54 to 56 inch wool dress goods that sold from $2.00 to t.50 yard, on special sale at, yard $1.65 56 inch wool coatings in a variety of colors and patterns, an extra good quality at, yard $1.89 Childreni's Winter Coats A choice selection of smart little models correctly tailored of broad cloths, chincnillas, astrachan and tweed mixtures in all the fashion able colors and color combinations at greatly reduced prices. $10.00, $10.50 and $12.00 values $7.95 $8.00, $8.50, $9.00 and $9.50 values '. $6.15 $6.00, $6.50 and $7.50 values $4.93 Complete range of sizes for ages 6 to 14 Childree's Wool Dresses AT LOWERED PRICES Simplicity again reigns this season and we are showing a beautiful line of especially smart styles tailored of serges and challies in a wide range of the most desirable colors, also a varied selection of plaid fabrics beautiful line from which to make your selection at an unusual saving. $10.00 Dresses $7.45 " Dresses $5.25 $ 8.00 Dresses $5.95 " Dresses $1.50 $ 7.50 Dresses $5.75 4 (' Presses $3.00 Sizes for ages from 6 to 14 Children's Wash Dresses of gingham and beauty cloth in a wide range of plaids, stripes and checks all of the newest styles correctly trimmed for ages 6 to 14. Prices ranging from $1.25 to $3.50 AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Our entire line of the season's most Fashionable hats priced at 1-2 and in many instances loss. The adjoining departments carrying an extensive showing of Handkerchiefs and Jewelry must have more room to display their holiday merchandise, to make it more con venient for our public in making their gift selections. To gain this space at once we make remarkable reductions as all Millinery must give way. SEE WINDOW FOR SPECIAL SHOWING Choicest in beads, rings, vanity cases, imported bracelet watches, etc., at moderate prices. Real Shell Cameo Collar Pins, each $4.00 New friendship Bracelets, in gold and sterling, at $1.00. $1.25 and $1.50 Imported Bracelet Watches in sterling Silver or real gunmetal, guar- anteeed cases at $9.00. $11.00 and $12.50 Novelty black and white rings of sterling silver, each 50 Gold card and vanity cases combined at $12.00. same in sterling at $9.00 and $10.00 Real amber necklaces at $5.00 Real coral necklaces, in 27-inch lengths, at.... $8.00 am1 $10.00 Gold and silver mesh bag. beautiful quality $25.00 I LIngere clasps, with gold or sterling tips, pair 29 in all the latest styles meeting the approval of the most careful dressers. Crystal Moonbeam Combs, newest combs for very dressy wear $6.50. $8.00 and $11.00 Madam Sans Gene Combs, in demi blonde. $1.25. $2. $4 and $5 Special lot of Gcraldine Farrar Combs in decorated styles at. $1.50 Joan Sawyer Combs in demi blonde, beautifully cut, at $2.00 and $2.50 Join the Phoenix Prosperity Club Fill out the blank below and enroll yourself as a simon pire booster for Phoenix and the valley. Send in the filled out coupon to The Republican and be come a member of the Phoenix Prosperity Club: Name Street No I desire to join with you in the good work of letting the outside world know about Phoenix and the Salt River Valley.