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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING.' APRIL 16, 1913:
WORLD of SPORT-
Chance of a LifeTIme
To Get This Famous
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet
DOUGLAS GETS SIXTH
FRANCHISE AS RESULT
National League
WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY I
Philadelphia at Boston.
Brooklyn at New York
Pittsburg at Cincinnati
St. Louis at Chicago
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OF UE 01
IIGE
Phoenix Opens at Tucson,
Las Owes at El Paso and
Douglas at Albuquerque
on April 27 Here Week
AlVr ' .
when (he special tickets sold to the
boosters will lip honored.
BY HERB HESTER
Manager Phoenix Baseball flub, Rio
Grande League)
TUCSON', April 1 5. (SpecialV
Douglas gets the hixth franchise in
the league. The meeting today
weighed tiie offers ot three cities,
Douglas, Silver City anil Nogalcs, ami
accepted what appeared to it the best
cue.
Tonight- the owners and managers
.-tre. conferring here with Vre.sider.t
ilughes ami John .1. iUcClos.key over
the schedule and other matters. Phoe
nix loses a chance to open the sea
son at home.
I.-is Cruees at KI Paso.
Douglas at Alhinpieripie
Phoenix at Tucson.
That is the way they start the sea
son on April 27. The following week
Phoenix and Tucson open at Phoenix,
Games Here Soorv.-;
Tire deal was . cloved ' yesterlay
whereby the ' Phoenix "team; or such
of it as is on the ground, will play
the Indians at the school tomorrow
afternoon at 3:00 o'clock', and a, com
bined team of Tempo and Mesa
players Sunday at S:3ti at Riverside.
Neither the park nor the players
will present a very good appearance
Sunday. Improvements on the former
are not yet complete, and while the
; two-inch pipe has been nearly in
l stalled, it will not be in use until
I after Monday.
I The new uniforms have not arrived
! for the Phoenix players and they will
! be dressed in everything fr.im Coast
League, suit to sunny sacks.
I Xo snap judgment should le ren
I dered on the play of the' Phoenicians
Sunday, for the diamond is utterly
1 impossible from the viewpoint of a
I fast ball piaycr. None-ot the players
I has found himself on the, dusty dia
I moml yet, but daily practice is put-
ting the team in shape.
PETERSON SURVIVED
ARIZONA'S DR8UTH
ALL HOLLAND ROUSED
(Continued from Page One)
To Jed Peterson, a very live mem
ber of the original water board, who
was at the 'dam yesterday,-the news
in The . Republican, that he had
died, came as a great surprise. Mr.
Peterson's name got confused with
that of .1. "T. , lTiest, the only mem
ber of the board who has not sur
vived the drouth. jJwoiked. so iiard
(o vanouish.
"I desire to be resusciated in a
manner that will leave no question
as to my liveness, and that will be
pleasing to me and to the members
of my Immediate familv." said the re
ported dead one. - - -
important height northwest of the
Pzyiik pass. In Argonne, in Alsace
and in the' region of Somme the
French declare they have made pro
gress, but this is in direct contradic
tion to a Berlin ' official statement,
vhieh says the French were repulsed.
I. .. Belgium. Still JNeutral
, AMSTERDAM. April 15. The Rome
Uoirespomient of the Tijtl --stiys the
jOtmnn emnnSsy at Rome" asked the
I Eelgian government, through the Bel
gian legation, whether in the event-of
the German armies evacuating Bel
gian territory. Belgium would remain
r-eutral during the remainder of the
i war. Tha correspondent adds that
f-'c'slnm's answer is unknown.
Every man owes it
to himself to invest his
money carefully.
, The purchase of cigarettes is an
investment
If you buy a bond you first want
to be sure there's real value in it.
Then you want to know how big:
-dividends it pays.
: Same with cigarettes. NEBO
T'foin end give you biggest value for
your money because they are "Utterly
Different", and altogether better.
They pay bigger dividends in satisfaction
and pleasure than any other cigarette ,
because they are "Utterly Different"
No reasoning man can afford not to try '
NEBO iiain omlv the "Utterly Different" ciga- -rette.
Invest your cigarette money wisely.
GUARANTEE- If after smoking
ihalfthdixickageofNEBOzIyoiiare
not delighted, return balance of package
, to P, LmUard Co., New York (Ettab- '
luhedl76V) and receive your money back.
CIGARETTES
PHILLIES WIN IN STORM
BOSTON, . April 15. Philadelphia
defeated Boston again. Mayer was in
fine form. There were (lurries of
rain, snow and hail during the game.
Score . R H H
Philadelphia 7 9 2
Boston-. .: X 7 3
Batteries Mayer - and Killifer:
Hughes, Strand and Gowdy.
REDS EVEN MATTERS
CINCINNATI. April '15. Evening
matters with Pittsburg. Cincinnati
won the second game. Harmon pitch
ed good hall.
Score R Ii E
Pittsburg 1 a 1
Cincinnati 2 8 0
Batteries Harmon and Gibson;
Benton and Pooin.
MARQUARDS 'NO-HIT"
NEW YORK, April 15 Rube Mar
;uard pitched a no-hit game and
shut out Brooklyn. Rueker, the vete
ran left-hander, opposed him In a
great pitcher's battle.
Score R ii E
Brooklyn 0 0 1
New York - -9 1
Batteries Lucker, Ragen and Mil
ler; Mariutrd and Meyers.
OH, HUM!
CHICAGO, April 15. St. Louis won
a listless game. Cheney's wildncss
caused his retirement.
Score
St. Louis .'
Chicago 2 Z 1
Batteries Poak and Glenn; Cheney
Standridge and Archer.
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4
H
American League
I WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY
j. - . .
J Chicago at St. Louis - '
' Cleveland at Detroit t
New York at AVashington
! Boston at Philadelphia
HIT 'EM LONG
DETROIT, April 15. Detroit de
feated Cleveland in a game made
noteworthy by the large number of
extra base-hits.
Score R II V.
Cleveland ; 4 7 1
Detroit 5 !S i
Batteries Steen, Morton and O'Neil;
Dauss and Stanage.
CHICAGO, 16 ST. LOUIS. 0
ST. LOUIS. April 15. Chicago, by
bunching hits with errors and bases
on balls in" six innings scored sixteen
runs against St. Louis.
Score R H E
Chicago" ..16 14 0
St. Louis 0 G 4
Batteries Faber and Schalk, Daly:
Hoch, Ferryman, Bnumgardner and
Agnew, Leary, Alexander.
SCHANG HURT MACKS LOSE
PHILADELPHIA. April 15 Clever
work by Lewis and Speaker enabled
Boston to win. Schang's hand was
split by a wild pitch the second in
ning. '
Score R If E
Boston '. 5 12 2
Philadelphia , 3 7 1
Batteries Collins. Hays and Carri
gan: Bush, "M'yekoff and Scliang, Me-Avoy.,
YANKS. 3 SOLONS, 1
WASHINGTON, April 15. Fisher
pasted eight men, but his good work
in the pinches held Washihretnn
one run.
Score H H K
New York 3 6 1
Washington 1 5
Batteries Fisher -and Nnnamaker;
Harper, Ayres, Bentloy and Henry.
Federal League
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Club
Brooklyn .
Kansas City
Chicago . . .
Newark
Buffalo . .
Pittsburg ..
St. Louis ..
Baltimore . .
W.
4
4
L.
I
Pet.
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.401)
.400
.230
.100
' WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY j
Pittsburg- at Chicago
' Baltimore at Newark;
i Brooklyn at Buffalo
! .
JJeghining' tomorrow, for one week only, The
Hoosier Mannfactnriug Company permits v.s
to sell the "WHITE BEAUTY" at 2.50 less
than the low cash price established by the
Hoosier Company. .JJegular Hoosier prices
are remarkably lov:. This reduction means
an unheard of bargain. 800,000 Hoosier Ca- :
"WHITE BEAUTY"
delivered for 01.00
Then -fl weekly soon .pays the balance. Your
money back if you're not delighted with it.
Xo extra fees. No interest. Just the cash
price less $2.50.
Saves Miles of Steps for Your Tired Feet
You now must carry things from your cupboard
aud pantry to your table and hack again at
every meal. This means miles of steps. The Hoo
sier saves all these because it combines every
thing at your fingers' ends. You can sit down in
front of the Hoosier arid do nearly all yom- work.
You save energy by saving steps. You have more
leisure.
Has 40 Labor-Saving Features 17 New
This "WHITE BEAUTY" gives you a real schntific kitchen. You
can put 4"(i articles in tills new lioosier, every one at your fingerh"
ends.
The cabinet includes the patented shaker flour sifter only sifter
made that shakes flour through instead of grinding it. It also has
a complete accounting system; a cook-book holder that keeps your
book always open in front of your eye; Mrs. Christine Frederick's
Food Guide that answers the question, "What shall I have for
dinner?'' The new all-metal bread and cake box has double ca
pacity, due to improved arrangement, and the work table Is of
pure aluminum. .
binets have been sold. "WHITE J1EAUTY"
is the finest Hoosier made. To double the
sale of this one cabinet quickly, the Hoosier
Company authorizes this sale in 10X) picked
towns. This is truly the chance of a lifetime
for a few women only. Our allotment is
strictly limited.
ii
Take Five Minutes to Decide Now
Come in tomorrow early examine thesp-ncw Hoosiers carefully--.
then decide whether you want to buy now while you can savt
42.30, or later when you cannot buy below the regular set prices;
decide whether you can afford to waste the energy you now
"ispeniFin walking in your kitchen, when a single dollar will bring
you the Hoosier tomorrow. "
Remember- that after this sale the. "WHITE BEAUTY" goes back
to the regular price.
Remember that the n.v Hoosier Club mav be entirely
filled the first or second day of this sale. Come- at once
and enroll your name. "
Try the' Hoosier in your kitchen. Then, if you will part
with it, we will gladly refund your dollar. Come early.
Other women too are making up their minds now. ,
Dor ris-Hey man Furniture Company
"Watch Our
Windows"
HOOS1EIL
f NATIONAly
TO THE PUBLIC: We authorize this sale, limited
to "White Beauty Hoosier cabinets, at $2.50 less
than the fixed cash price of these cabinets, this
week only. THE HOOSIER MFG. CO.,, New castle, Ind.
HOOSIE!
I STEP-SAVE-
was poor fielding by the local team.
Score . R H F
Pittsburg ,. , o
Chicago." 1 C 4
Bntteries Dickson nnd Berry;
Brown, McConnell -and Wilson'.
PRETTY FULL FRAME -
BROOKLYN, April 15. Ten runs in
the fifth inning by Brooklyn defeated
Newark. Fifteen batters faced Wliite
houxe and Billiard in the big inning.
Score 'R " E
Newark . , 6 '
Brooklyn .17 14 4
Batteries Whitehouse. Billiard,
Brandon and Rariden; Seaton and
Land. Watson. ' '
EXPERIENCE IS FAR
(Continued from Page One)
SUGGS SLAUGHTERED
B ALT I MO RIO, April 15 Buffalo fell
on Suggs for eight hits and six runs
in the first three innings, winning
from Baltimore.
Score . RUE
Buffalo 10 J
Baltimore ; 2 3 8
Batteries Bedient. anil Bkdr; Suggs.
Smith alid Owens.
Coast League
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Club "'
! Los Angeles
I San Francisco
Portland .
I Oakland .
Salt Lake"
Venice' . .7
W.
.12
. ?
1,.
Pet. I
3 '."0 i
7 .3C-"! i
S .407 !
9 .4:!S
T .4!T ;
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WHERETHEY PLAY TODAY
EASTERLY AGAIN
KANSAS CITY, April 13. A ninth
Inning victory was won by Kansas
City on two wild throws. Rowling's
single and Easterly's bunt.
Score , . R II E
St. Louis , 3 10 3
Kansas City 4 Jl 1
Batteries Davenport, Plank, Wil
letts and Chapman; Johnson and
Easterly.
"MARSE" DICKSON
CHICAGO, April 13. Dickson was
master of every threatening situation,
so Pittsburg beat Chicago. - There
Venice nt Portland '
! Fait Jike- tit Oakland !
! San Francisco at Los Angeles I
At -Los Angeles, R HE
San Fraacisco " 2
Los, Angeles 9 :'
Batteries Couch, Barham and Clark:
Hughes and Brooks, Boles.
At, Portland ... , R HE
Venice . ; -t 1
Portland .".......... 3 8 1
Batteries Henley and Mitze; Lush
ami Carisch. - . .
R
H K
At Oakland-
Salt. Lake City . 2 " 2
Oakland ; 1 1
Batteries Gregory and Rohrer;
Boyd, Christian and Kuhn.
ness was a teacher at Cornell, and
identified himself as a practical so
ciologist by stating that he made a
social survey of the packing industry
in 1910 and lftll for the University of
Chicago settlement. The editing com
mittee declined to publish his "inter
pretations and conclusions based on
facts,", he said. In this he thought
they erred.
Kennedy said the survey was ac
complished by permission of the pack
ers, who gave him access to the books
upon the representation that the in
quiry was to be strictly scientific. He
said an attorney of Armour and com
pany, to whom by previous argeement
the manuscript was submitted, wrote
to the editing committee that the facts
established were accurate but the con
clusions, in effect, that low wages
were at the bottom of all evils of the
existence of unskilled labor at Yards,
and that a labor union offered the only
solution, went beyond the bounds
agreed to when the books were opened
for hto inspection.
Unskilled labor at the yards, Mr.
Kennedy said, at the beginning was
English and German; now it is largely
Slavonic. He insinuated that large
numbers of these unlettered laborers
had been lurel to this country for the
purpose of providing an over-supply
of labor. In any event, the supply was
always greater than the demand, he
added, and the workers receive an av
erage of $10 to $12 a week when stead
ily employed, which most of them he
said, are not. He used Armour and
company as an illustration, he said,
because J. Ogden Armour is to testify
tomorrow, and he wished to be fair,
but conditions at the Armour plant, he
said weie typical.
The low wages carry in their train
unsanitary housing conditions, child
labor and a high mortality rate. Of
the deaths in the stock" yards district
he said, thirty per cent, were due to
tuberculosis. The expenses of the av
erage unskilled wwkers family, he as
serted, were shown by his investiga
tions to run $3n0 a year beyond abso
lute requirements. Thus -children and
wives were sent out to make tip the
rfeficit or boarders taken in to further
befoul the air of already crowded cot
tages, Mr. Kennedy declared.
"I .was forced to trace every one of
these evils to inadequate compensa
tion," said the witness.
"In the period 1S96-1004 the work
men at the stuck yards succeeded in
forming an organization and obstained
a raise in pay before the end of that
period, in 1H04, however, a further
raise was demanded and refused, and
a strike resulted. The union was
crushed and no longer exists, except
vicariously. The packers said they did
not object to unionism, but to the ir
responsible heads of the union they
had to deal with. However, it re
mains to be noted that when not only
the leaders, but the union itself were
crushed, wages .decreased one and two
cents an hour for unskilled labor."
The hearing regarding conditions
among commercial telegraphers was
completed in the morning. T. N. Pow
ers, manager of the operating room of
the Chicago office of the Postal Tele
graph company, refuted charges made
against the company by witnesses yes?
terday. and Wesley Russell, secretary
treasurer of the Commercial Tele
graphers Union, gave further evidence
for the telegraphers. He skimmed
through his testimony, the chairman
having stated that the facts in this
case had been well established by
previouswitnesses.
Chairman Walsh left for h home
in Kansas City tonight to be present
tomorrow nt the funeral of William R.
Nelson, late proprietor of the Kansas
City Star.
WEATHER TODAY
ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 13.
For Arizona: Partly cloudy.
SAGE TEA DARKENS
HAIR 10 ANY SHADE
Don't stay gray! Here's a simpls
recipe that anybody can apply
with a hair brush.
POST OFFERED GORGAS
ASSOCIATED PRESS DlSPATCHl
WASHINGTON, April 13. Major
General Gorgas, surgeon general of the
army conferred with Secretary Garri
son with regard to the Rockefeller
foundation's invitation to the general
to become a permanent member of its
staff and direct the campaign against
typhus in Siberia. Later Gorgas said
it would be necessary for him to as
certain more definitely the scope of
the work the foundation proposed, be
fore he can determine his reply.
Thn use of Sage and Sulphur for
restoring faded gray hair to its
natural color dates back to grand
mother's time. She used to keo.i
her hair beautifully dark, glossy and
abundant. Whenever her hair fell
out or took on that dull, faded or
streaked appearance, this simple mix
ture was applied with wonderful ef
fect. But brewing at home is mussy and
out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking ct
any drug store for a 50 cent bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound," you will get this famous old
recipe which can be depended upon
to restore natural color and beauty
to the hair and is splendid for dand -ruff,
dry, feverish, itchy scalp anil
falling hair.
A well-known downtown druggist
says it darkens the hair so naturally
and evenly that nobody can tell it
has been applied. You simply damp
en a sponge or soft brush with it
and draw this through your hair,
taking one strand nt a- time. By
morning the gray hair disappears,
ami after .another application or two,
it becomes beautifully dark, glossy,
soft nnd abundant.
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Every Kind from Csttoa to Silk, Far Men, Wanes mi CViUrta
" Any Color and Style From 25c to $5.00 per pair
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