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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY .MORNING, FEBRUARY 0, 1915 OF A. H. TEH GET TOGETHER C BODIES j WORLD of SPORT j IninrmmnTfi INTERNATIONAL GRAND PRIX FOR CHUGBIKES Paul Derkum Has Another Race on His String Entry Blanks Received Here for Epeedsters Paul J. I'. Derkum, manager of the racing committee of the Western Au tomobile Association, has a new brain child a three hundred mile motor cycle contest which he has christened tin- "Venice, Cal. International Grand Prix." The race is to be run on March 28, on the speedway at Venice. A dozen entry blanks for this race were Bent to The Republican yesterday, and turned over to the Phoenix Motorcycle club for distribution to those speed-demons who may want to participate in the thrilling dash. Among the activities about to be en Sage in by the Phoenix club is an en durance run to Tucson, probably next Sunday. The course will be 272 miles long. WHEREIN OIL IS NOT HEAVIER THAN GAS HERE AT LAST CUBS SHUT PRACTICE Fll CCHC CONTESTS lli'i-riiKr Mini Aiiilii'v Ar rive from New York Va j Route to Coast Alter lie-j iiig Snowbound in Wilds J of New Mexico i Gas Co. Team Defeats Oii Co. Team by Three Straight Games in Y. M. C. A. Bowling League Opener Iopsidedly and effectively, the Pa cific Has and Klectrie company's bowl ing team defeated the Union Oil com pany's bowling team at the Y. SI. C. A. last night. Certainly. The sparks ig nited the gasoline and the explosion resulted in the following list of fatali ties: P. G. and E. 1st Breunigger lot Ureberg . . Urishie . . Meltzler . . Thomas . . Totals . . Striikland Ill 132 93 1H8 545 Union Oil X4 71 Patterson 7 Papc 114 Log lmi 2nd tail 102 12G 107 1117 Til ! 102 7 r H'.t Moo 3rd J25 107 US nu 573 xt 9 5 TO 4 IT,r, 100 Totals 4311 453 050 High score. j Tonight the dormitory team of Riei V. .VI. A. will meet the Stars, which ! is another Y. M. C. A. aggregation. i The line up for tonight is as follows: Hearing an official letter from the mayor of Hingbamton, New York, to the mayor of San Francisco, Califor nia, A. G. Herring and I,. J. Amsbry of the former city, arrived in Phoenix yesterday on their Excelsior motor cycle and side car. fleporting roads and having a good outing and acquir ing much tan and many whiskers, are the official duties of Herring and Ams bry. Five months ago these intrepid rid ers of the three-wheeler departed from Kingliainton en route for the coast via New York City. Since that time, they have struck every sort of fortune and misfortune, including copious snows in New Mexico. Their experiences with the transcontinental trails have con vinced them that the east does not know enough about the really excellent roads across the continent, and to rem edy the matter, they are sending art icles and photographs to a trade jour nal. Owing to the snow in the White Mountains, they were unable to come by the direct route from Albuquerque, so they went south to El Paso, turned west 1o I,ordsbtirg, and there, instead of following the Borderland, cut north to Duncan. SolomonvTlIe to Olobc and thence to Phoenix by the Koosevelt highway. The road from Koosevelt here, they report, is not In good con dition. Their further journeyings will be to the coast via Yuma ami San Diego. They will visit both fairs. o GLEN DALE TEAM Announcement was made last night that the (;iendale high school baseball team would take the field against the other teams of the valley league, fully able to hold a place ill the fastest company. Practice l'as been started, and an order given to Pinney and F.obinson of this city for a dozen new uniforms. The GlendiTle team is said to have the speediest in field material of the entire league. Dormitory Christopher. Finch. Shrig ley. Finch, P.ollestone. Stars Thoman. Brown. Spink. St. John. Munson. In preparation for the coming game with Hie K. O. K. A. aggregation the "Cubs" will get down to a week or steady practice this afternoon. Already there are four candidates for the mound position, and all of them are showing up in good form. lick Heflin, manager for tennis, an nounces a tournament in the near fu ture, at which a team will be chosen to play the Tigrrs and all other comers. The club is ready for challenges for baseball, volley ball, tennis and indoor baseball, ainj will organize a bowling team if jmy other junior organization can be found willinc to do the buiik anil furnish some rivalrv Tin. "i'hIik" ! headquarters are at 1114 North Third street. -Man Who Made iicpuMiruii Best Pa pel-, Tvpoinuph ieally, iu Southwest to lieturn to Ohio After K'vAit Years Here GEORGE BREUNIGSER WAS A PULLIN' KID Indian Rider Pulls Harlcy Rider While Crowd Congregates in Front of Motorcycle Shop George Bretinigger didn't at first think that he could do it, but before he got through, he had accomplished that which T. Ernest I'ogle said he couldn't. Which was to pull with his new three-speed Indian, the new three speed Ilarley of Fogle's. It occurred during the noon hour in front of the Motorcycle Shop. Urcuniggcr and Fogle hooked their luggage carriers together and gave their moter the gun. Around them was concentrated a right big crowd ;( curious folks, who s.w the Indian pull the Hurley three limes. Then Fogle formally entered his offi cial alibi, as follows: "Well, he was geared lower'n I was." ZAPATA NEARS (Continued From Page One) depart incut advices. Dival West, former V. S. attorney at San Antonio conferred with Bryan. It is reported he is being considered as representa tive of tiie United States at Mexico City. ! Hire a little salesman at The Ilc puhUean office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. Fifty-One Cent Day at the ig Fir Bui Fifty-One Cents Means $1 Today Penslar San Tox Druna Well-Known Remedies $1 Size, 51c Complete Lines Celery Compound Cod Liver Extract Beef, Iron and Wine Exzema Remedy Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Hyphosphites Buchu and Palmetto Celery and Iron Tonic Sarsaparila Compound Qlycerotone Rheumatism Remedy White Pine Compound Laxative Cough Syrup Liver Salts 50c Sizes 26c; 25c 13c 01 Size 4711 Eau de Cologne 51c 10c Toilet Paper 6 Rolls for 25c Le Gear's and Security Stock Powders and Liniments $ Size 43c; 50c Size 22c 25c Bicycle and Bee Playing Cards 13o ring 511 Oemits It'll Buy a Great Many Cther Things The Insurance Co's Fire Sale 30 North First Avenue . The announcement yesterday that A. 11. Tehbcii, for six years fore-man of the mechanical department of the Arizona Ilepuhlican, had heard the call of back homo and would resign his highly important position on March 1, canie as a real surprise to his host of warm friends here. Mr. Tebben, whose home used to be in Celina, Ohio, has concluded to drop night work, and to set up in business for himself in that prosperous region he once called "my country." His object is two-fold to invest in a job printing office and to improve a nice ten acre farm which he has purchased near Lima. In Vase, he does put in job office, it will be in the latter city. Fight years ago, Tebben became one of The ltepublican's printers, and six years ago. he took charge of the de partment. In that six years, he has developed the plant In such a way that the results are visible in many columns of type more than any other four-machine shop in the United States can put out per shift. The re sult has made The Republican the best paper for the amount of type it has used, in the entire southwest. The immense M-pagp special edition of five years ago is a testimony to his ability to gel much work out of one medium sized plant. Tebben was once known rather widely as a baseball pitcher. His interest in the sport djjl not cease when he left off regular work in the Central league. He has been an ar dent supporter of it since be runic to Phoenix. His multitude of friends here will be sorry lo see him lake his depart ure from the west. But all will real ize that bis desire to be with his pco- r.ln and to revisit the scenes of his earlier life is strong upon him. and that he will make good in Ohio just as he has won his way lo the top of his profession in Arizona. o FARM STUDY WORK TO BE DISCUSSED SOON Committee Will Talk Over With Prof, Morse, Work of Experiment and Demonstration Farms The fortunes of the Salt Hiver valley experiment ami demonstration farms- institutions maintained by the I nicer sity of Arizona College of Agriculture will be discussed shortly by a joint committee from several interested or ganizations. The work that the farms have done and what they may he ex pected to do during the coming plant ing season, will be taken up with Prof. Slanl'-y I". .Morse, superintendent of the extension work of the state university. The committee is composed of Italph Murphy. J. C. Norton and George Al ii ire of the chamber of commerce, A. C. Reed of the Farmers' Institute and John P. Orme of the Water Users' As sociation. o PRETTY NOON WEODING OE POPULAfl COUPLE Miss Kuth E. Keed. one of Tempo's most popular young ladies, became the bride of Carl E. Ruth at noon yesterday at the home of David E. Ueed, four miles east of Tenipe. Mrs. Uuth is the daughter of Samuel U. Iteed of Hotchkiss. Colorado, and is a graduate of the Hotchkiss high school later coming to Tempc where she ha'! been aitending the normal school. Mr. Kuth, is a native of Kansas, but lor the past two years has been in the employ of the traffic department of the Santa Fe railroad in this slate. Mr. and Mrs. Uuth loft last evening for a honeymoon trip to the Grand Canyon and Petrified Forest ami ftutf will visit the bride's parents in Colora do. Upon their return they will be at home in Prescott. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. Harvey Deere, of Phoenix. o GLENDALE TO BECOME REAL WIRE-LESS CITY New Phone Plant to be Cut in Feb, 13; All Unsightly .Wires Eliminated; Better Service February 1:1 has been set as the dale for culling in I lit- new cable-way phone connection! out of the Olcn dalp office. District Manager P. t Gcttins of the Mountain States com pany, who has been working on the improvements in the upper valley is much pleased at the completion of the preparations to make of Glendale a wire-less city. The new plant consists of a cable system, eliminating all unsightly wir ing and poles, an up to date switch room, and rural extensions of much better quality than those formerly in operation. The new quarters, including offices, are fitted up in the Fiock building, which is nearly across the street from the present location. Joint Yinfereiiee Commit tee Organized at Behest of Five Organizations Meet at Lunch Hour Next Satimlav At a meeting of the representatives of five strong public organizations yesterday afternoon, the idea of the joint conference committee on public welfare was heartily endorsed, the organization of that committee was planned, and its first meeting set for next Saturday at noon. The chamber of commerce. Merchants and Manu facturers Association. Adclub, Rotary club and commercial club each had delegates at the meeting, ami these, five organizations will be the char ter members of the new bdoy. II. L. Aller, of the chamber of com merce, presided. He outlined the pur poses of the committee, much as they have been outlined in The Republican recently, and called upon the members for ideas. All the plan were erystal ized in a set of resolutions, designat ing the president, or in the event he cannot serve, the vice president and secretary of the club to be members of the committee As other organi zations are won over to recognize the merits of the plan, additions will be made to the joint committee. It was suggested that the commit tee ought to meet once or twice a month, preferably at luncheon. o HIGH SCHOOL NOTES GLEANED BY THE CUB BY THE CUB Kilinund Vance Cooke gave hia "Children's Hour" at the. school audi torium yesterday afternoon before an appreciative audience of high .school and grammar school students. School was dismissed at three o'clock in order that those who desired to attend the entertainment could do so. Mr. Cooke hu-s a humor that can be appreciated by young and old and his program yester day was enjoyed by everyone present. The regular meeting of the mandolin club will be held hereafter on Wednes day instead of Friday. The member ship is increasing and it is one of the coming clubs of the school. The Coyotes arc practicing hard for the game that is to be played at Tempc against the Tempe high on Saturday. Coach Hall is confident of success and is going to turn out the best' team in the state. AMUSEMENTS FIRST Of THE ONE-A-WEEK PLAYS Last night saw the inauguration of the new one a week policy at the. Columbia and the splendid house which greeted the first performance of the "Squawman" showed the change has in no way lessened the popularity of the Redmond company. The impossibility of putting on more than one complete production each week and doing justice to the same is apparent when one considers that the long parts asked of the lead ing people make one role difficult to learn in seven days. The "Squawman" is one of if not the greatest drama that has been given to the American stage in years. It is a. great story of the passions that govern men and women of the Uritish aristocracy as well as the cow camiM of the west. It deals with the life of the men who helped to build the United States west of the Mississippi and it is a splendid play. As offered by Mr. Redmond and his company it is perhaps the best thing the stock company has done. Sure it is that no production of the engagement has received as elaborate a setting and with the cast augmented to more than a half dozen over the regular company the attraction takes on the added interest of new faces in the ranks. From Mr. Redmond to the humblest extra hi the cow camp scene there was not a part that went bad last night. The usual matinees will be given on Wednesday and Saturday. Million Dollar Mystery at Lion The feature picture of a six reel pro gram at the Lion Theater today is the Utth episode of "The Million Dollar Mystery". This episode is called "The Underground River" and is a very ex citing picture anil well acted, "fancy's Elopement" a two reeler from the Thanhausjrr .studios with Mignon An derson in the feature role i.x an enter taining film that contains many well acted end constructed scenes. "Our Mutual Girl" is a splendid number and shows James Montgomery Flagg, the famous artist, who takes part in a short sketch. The comedy closer of today's program is a Bill, the Ofiee Tioy com edy called "Mr. Hadley's Uncle" and Fay Tincher brings forth many laughs in this picture as the stenographer. The entire show is good and well up to the Lion standard of excellence. Features at the Empress TJiere will be a double attraction at the Empress today. The management is offering to the public, one of the best features yet shown, in "Strongheart", the beautiful story of a young Indian attending an eastern college. During his college years, he falls in love with a white girl, who admires his athletic prowess and agrees to marry him. Just --Why I Use Lily Evaporated Milk IT Because : . . You simply il couldn't believe what a difference LILY MILK will make. Why, your soups; your gravies; your sauces"; your pastries and coffee by Jie utter absence of "that harsh cooked taste," will delightfully surprise you your husband and kiddies. 4TTMilder than any other canned jmilk, with but the slightest sug gestion of any process of sterilization, LILY MILK means better 'results: less of 'that cooked flavor" for your most delicate, table delicacies. A test will convince you. Why not try it out today? LILY MILK "A Fairy Sunbeam in Every Can" 12 LILY MILK can labels will bring you our new COOK BOOK Pacific Creamery Co. Tempe Arizona r 1 prior to marrying the girl, the chief of the young man's tribe arrives and begs aid from him, to assist in the regenera tion of his people. Needless to say, the Indian is forced to give up the girl and perform the duty, placed before him. j In addition to this attraction the Great j Lit Wayne, world known hypnotist will continue his scientific entertainment, j His work last night was one of the I best features of the bill. includes Iho Cicishtons. Australian novelty entertainers, in an up-to-date skit of the sure fire variety, and Miss Hazed Edwards, the child impersonator in singing and dancing. Special at tention has been given the movie book ings which comprise a laughable Ko)-"-stone comedy, and a late two-reel dra matc release. 'MOUNTAIN LAMB" IS ATTRACTION TODAY BREAK INTO ARIZONA X", this is not an amusement notice ; although the offering itself will tin-! doubtedly be one of the most novel and p amusing features ever shown at a lo-! cal legislature. For by reason of ar rangements made yesterday by Game Warden Willard, the livliest mountain lamb in captivity will be tethered in the park at the statehousc grounds this morning, where legislators and stale officials hurrying- to work will see llio frisky lltljo beast at play. The little iamb, which is not two weeks old, was found in the hills near Mohawk station on the Southern Pa cific by. a Mexican section hand. It was brought to Phoenix by Deputy Warden Pettis, who has been assigned the job of raising the little creature "on a bottle". "Runty", the first infant sheep of this species brouglrt to the. city, had been o" injured by rough handling and travel in an autonioile, that all efforts :to .save, its life proved unavailing; and U died last week. li'iite out of the general run of pic tures. The Folly of a Life of Crime" will be shown at the Arizona again to day. It created a real sensation among the movie fans of the city yesterday. The picture features Evans and Sim tag, the notorious bandits and tells the life story of these men who spread ter ror through the land not so many years ago. The pictures are unusually fine pho tographically and the incidents' por trayed arc exceptionally interesting and thrilling. There are six reels ami not one of them will lie found wanting, it should prove one of the most inter esting pictures shown at the Arizona this winter. At trie Coliseum 1 ' r- With :tb,e opening of the new bill at the Coliseum this evening, Phoenix will be given a chance to see one of the best vaudeville shows offered here. Prom inent on the booking sheet is that well known pair, Cunningham and Rose. This team which has just finished a tour o Australia and the , Hawaiian Islands, is perhaps one of the best known in the vaudeville world. "Jim my" Rose- occupies a position, on the boards of the eastern circuits, that ap proaches such stiirs as "Honey Roy" Ivans and Bert Williams. Cunning ham, who is equallv clever, deserves his share of (lu lille. The program also I Hire a little salesman at The Re publican office. A Want Ad will see more customers than you can. A SKIN Or BtSUTY 13 a jov roBEvrw Dr. T. FELIX GQURAUO'S Oriental Cream OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER Rsmovsi Tun, Pimptea, Fraeklaa. Moth Patch, Bib tod RkiD OiRMMt, and rrjf blmfib oa beauty, and dfln da ted inn. It ha itood the tent of 66 yoari. t ml in bo harm teu we tait it to b (ire It la pro perlrtnaria. Accapro counterfeit of similar name. Dr. L A.Sarra aid to a lady of tba hauttnn (a pa riant ; 'Aru1adl will nt j intra, i rAcomineou 'Gouraud'a Cream aa the leat harmful of all the aim prepnmioua.' At Itrnvuiittgantl iMpftrtmant afore Ferd T.Ktpkins & Son, Pra?l , 37 fi:iat Mnes St.. H.T C.