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TILE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN', THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1919 PAGE NINETEEN Special Notices Legal Advertising DID YOU SEE the little B'irl get liurt in the Merry-go-round at Mor ay's Country club Sunday afternoon, f you did kindly phone 2072 or address S19 North Sixth street. City. The girl ecms to bo improving, but still suf lering much pain. I also wish to thank those who so ably assisted in caring for her. Frank Steffan, father. d k RALLY. If Mrs. Anna Rowland Bees this ad., call Catherine Mason at Com inTfial floral. It Auto Time Table VNION AUTO TRANSPORTATION' COMPANY Hourly service between Phoenix, Tempo and Mesa, Two hour service between Mesa and Chandler. 7 a. m. fo 11 p. m. Connections made with Gilbert and tloodyear cotton camps. US No. Center Phone 711 OVER APACHE TRAIL Union Auto Transportation Company CADILLAC "S" SERVICE Globe-Miami via Roosevelt Dam Leave Globe-Miami 8:30 a. m. daily. Leave Phoenix 8::!0 a. m. daily. Office 42 South Center Phone J4S.i tf GUILLIAMS STAGE LINE TOLLESON OASHION AVONDALE LITCH FIELD Stages leave First and Washington atreets at 8 a. rr... 10 a. m.t 12 a. m., 2 p. m.. 4 p. m. and 6 p. m. J Telephone 41 S3. tt EARLY MORNING STAGE for Tempe or Mesa. Leave Arizona Ke Tublican office nt 4:20 a. D ., daily. Tone 3642, W. J. Rose. tf Awnings AWNING AND CAMPING SEASON now on. We make everything known that will fool the rain and sun. Phoe nix Tent & Awning Co., corner First and Monroe sts. I 'bone 1411. tf Corsetiere Sri RILL A corsets. Mrs. Kuhlwllm uid Miss Smith, Phone 1442 or call 128 North Third street. tf GOODWIN CORSETS, stock and customs made. Miss Faerber, 1410 West Adams stree. Phone 3369. tf MRS. C. L. HOLT, NuBone Cor setiere. 314 North Third Ave. Phone 2525. tf Carpet Cleaning YOU PHONE US. we know how. l'hone 733, Electric Carpet Cleaners. tf FRANTZ PREMIER electric carpet cleaners for sale and rent. Easy month ly terms. V. F. Potter, 331 V-' Washing- lon St. Phone 124!) tf Chiropodist CHIROPODY Bunions, corns, cal louses removed; painless and blood ies: 50c each: moles, warts, etc., re moved by electricity. 29-31 East Ad ams St. Frank- Shirley. Phone 1704. tf Chiropractic ADJUSMENTS A public health ne cessity, G. D Glaus, D. C, 35 E. Wash ington street. Phone 3504. tf DR. E. E. HELFRICH, licensed chi ropractor. 218Va West Washington. Phone 41J3. tf Dressmaking DRESSMAKING. Fart Willetta. Mrs. Fuller, 1103 5-d PLAIN SEWLNG, neatly done. Phone Hair Dressing CLASSIQUE DEN STUDIO Call Naomi Davidson, 2704, and stop your hair Irom falling; grow new hair. Shampoo 50e and 73e; soft, water. Chiropody, work guaranteed. 27 N. Central Ave., Stroud bldg., rooms 20 and vos. rm Hides and Furs WE PAY highest prices for hides and sheep pelts. Effron & Co., 1008 E. Madison. Phone 1832. t Lawn Mowers Sharpened and Repaired LAWN" Mowers sharpened and re paired. Phoenix Cycle Co., 108 E. Adams St., Phone 1717. 5bp Patent Agency HAZZAr.D & MILLAR EOS Central bldg., Sixth and Main, L. A. II. Miller. 8 yrs. examiner U. S. Pat. Of. Hazard's Book on Patent? Free tf Livery Stables Follow the Red Barn For Gaited Saddis Horses and Good drivers and Rigs. E. A. Starr Livery. Phone 103 742 Weft Van T?-ren tf Public Stenographer PUBLIC stenography and book keeping. .TornliDonofriobldg:5p MISS HOUGHTON, Phone 1789. 408 Fleming. tf Piano Tuning CHARLES W. COLE, expert piano tuning and repairing. . Player planoa a specialty. Graduate of the Faust School of Tuning. Boston, Mass. All work guaranteed. All orders will . receivo prompt and careful attention. Consult me for prices. Phone 14St. Residence. 1714 IV. Jackson, tf Transfer and Storage CHAMBERS TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. Any kind of haullnr. FUeproof storage. Phone 12S2 or 352. U Turlush Baths SULPHUR VAPOR BATHS. J1.50: howtr 3rc. Ladies" dept., 137 N. Cen tral. Phone 421 s. tf ELECTRIC Cabinet Sweat;, vapor and shower baths. Nurse in attend ance for ladles. De Marvel Institute. ir N. Fitft Ave. tf Veterinary DR. J. C. McGRATH. Veterinarian. Tel. 4?S. 107 W. Jefferson. tf Wallpaper LATEST designs in wall paper, tints, varnishes, paints. Deputy, 30 South Second avenue. Phone 4294. First class work at reasonable prices. tf Undertaking & Embalming i MOORE & McLETLLAN Funeral directors and embalmers, 1 jm w 1imi nt. Phone ni. tf "J. T. Whitney" New location. i.H W. A damn, tf THE GEO. F. MERKYMAN CO, 134 N. EiX'OND av:. Phons CaL tf ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION 1 OF THE WORLD'S MART COMPANY. BE IT KNOWN, that we, the under signed, residents of the City of Phoe nix, State of Arizona, do hereby asso ciate ourselves together and form a corporation under the laws pf the State of Arizona, and adopt the fol lowing Articles of Incorporation: ARTICLE I. The name of the cor poration is THE WORLD'S MART COMPANY, and its principal place of transacting business in Arizona is Phoenix. Offices, may be established, business trans acted, and meetings of stockholders and directors held at such places with in or outside of Arizona as the By Laws of the Company shall provide. ARTICLE IL The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted is as follows: To act as representative, intermedi ary, or commercial or business agent, general or special, for domestic and foreign corporations, individuals, part nerships, associations, states, govern ments or other bodies, for the purpose of promoting commercial relations and facilitating the' exchange of commodi ties between foreign countries and be tween the United States and foreign countries. To maintain warerooms for the ex hibition of goods and bureaus; to sup ply information relative to goods and the prices thereof; to import and ex port goods; to enter into, make, per form and carry out, or cancel and re scind contracts for any lawful purpose pertaining to the business herein set forth; to lease, acquire, purchase, sell, transfer and deal in real and personal property; to do a general manufactur ing and mercantile business; to con duct its business in all or any of its branches in the states and territories of the United States of America, in the District f Columbia, and in any and all dependencies, colonies, or posses sions of the United States of America, and in foreign countries, their depen dencies, colonies or possessions; to own, handle and control letters patent and inventions. To own, cancel and re-issue shares of its own capital stock and to own and vote shares of other corporations; to issue bonds, notes, and other evi dences of indebtedness and to secure the payment of same by mortgage, deed of trust or otherwise; to act as agent, trustee, broker, or in any other fiduciary capacity, and to borrow and loan money; and in general to do and perform such acts and things and transact such business, not inconsis tent with law, in any part of the world. as the Board of Directors may deem to the advantage of the corporation. The foregoing enumeration of spe cific powers shall not be held to limit or restrict in any manner the general powers of this corporation. In general, this corporation shall have power to do any and all things and exercise any and all powers which it might now or hereafter be lawful for the corporation to do or exercise under and in pursuant of the statutes and laws of the State of Arizona, or of any statute or law that may now or may hereafter be ap plicable to the corporation. ARTICLE IH. The amount of the authorized capital stock of the corpor ation is Three Million Dollars ($3,000,- 000.00), divided into sixty thousand . (60,000) shares of the par value of j Fifty Dollars ($50.00) each, which shall be paid in, at such time as the Board of Directors may designate, in cash,' real or personal property, services, lease, option to purchase, or any other valuable right or thing, lor the uses and purposes of the corporation, and all shares of capital stock, when is sued. in exchange therefor, shall4there upon and thereby become and be full paid the same as though paid for in casta at par, and shall be non-assessable forever, and the judgment of the Directors as to the value of any prop erty, r.'sht-or thing acquired in ex change for capital stock shall be con clusive. ARTICLE IV. The time of the commencement of this corporation shall be the day these Articles are filed in accordance with law, and the termination thereof shall be twenty- five years thereafter, with privilege of renewal and right of perpetual succes sion as now provided by law. ARTICLE V. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted bv a Board of not less than three nor more! than tw elve Directors, by whom a I President and A'ive-President shall be elected and a Secretary and Treasurer appointed. The Directors shall be elected by and from among the Stock holders on the first Monday in June of each year. Until their successors are elected and qualified, the following named persons shall be the Directors and officers: , , OFFICERS. President and General Manager, John G. Hopper, Consulting Engineer; residence, Paris; P. O. address, Paris. Vice-President, M. Rene de Breviare, Consulting Engineer; residence, Paris; P. O. address, Paris. Treasurer: M. Max Richard, Cheva lier de la Legion d'Honneur, etc.; resi dence, Paris; P. O. address, Paris. DIRECTORS John G. Hopper, Consulting. Engi neer, Paris. M. Rene de Breviare, Consulting En gineer, Paris. M. Max Richard, Chevalier de la Le gion d'Honneur, etc., Paris. M. Paul Girod, Chevalier de la Le gion d'Honneur, Ex-Member of Parlia ment, Honorary Governor of the French Colonies, Paris. William H. Metson, Esq- Attorney at Law, Balboa Bldg., San Francisco. Guy S. Dyer, manufacturer, Alvara do, California. " M. Bernard, San Francisco, Califor nia. ARTICLE VI. The Directors shall have power without the assent or vote of the Stockholders to make, alter, amend and repeal the By-I .. s of this corporation. They shall hare power to fill vacancies occurring in the Board from any cause, and to appoint from among their number an Executive Committee which, to the extent pro vided by resolution or by the said By Laws, shall have and exercise the powers granted the Directors by these Articles. ARTICLE XTI. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which the corporation is at any time to sub ject Itself is Two Million Dollars (2.000.0u0.00. ARTICLE VIII. The private prop erty of the stockholders shall be for ever exempt from corporate debts of any kind whatsoever. ARTICLE ix. This corporation SQUIRREL FOOD VitfnfS or YoOlOOKUKfc ivoiAJF H ft Stf -my'evERetT-muE ort OTTO AUTO- H TO STOT E.fA ALL- Legal Advertising hereby appoints, authorizes and em powers 11. E. L. Sheahard of Phoenix, Arizona, who now is and for more than three years last past has been a bona fide resident of Arizona, its agent, who may, accept and acknowledge service of all necessary process or processes in any action, suit or proceeding that may be had or brought against this com pany in any of the Courts of said State of Arizona such service of process or notice or the acceptance thereof by said agent endorsed thereon, to have the same force and effect as if served upon the President and Secretary of said Company. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we here to affix our signatures this 13th day of Februarv, 1919. (SEAL) J. C. FOREST. (SEAL) R. E. L. SHEPHERD. STATE OF ARIZONA. COUNTY OF MARICOPA. ss. Before me, Valle Senteney'a Notary Public in and for the County and State aforesaid, on this day personally ap peared J. C. Forest and U. E. I Shep herd, known to me to be the same per sons who signed the foregoing instru- rr., and acknowledged to me that they execuld the same for the uses and purposes therein mentioned. Given under my hand and seal of of fice this 13th day of February, 1919. My commission will expire on the 29th day of March. 1922. (SIGNED) VALLE SENTENEY. (SEAL) Notary Public. ORDINANCE NO. 204. AN ORDINANCE DIRECTING TilG CITY MANAGER TO PAY Mc.VU TIIt'R BROTHERS MERCANTILE COMPANY THE SUM OF TWELVE HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIVE AND NO 100 (51,245.00) DOLLARS FOR AN 'AUTOMOBILE PUR CHASED BY THE CITY. That WHEREAS, the City of Phoe nix has heretofore purchased from Mc Arthur Brothers Mercantile Company one Dodge Brothers Automobile at and for the price of Twelve Hundred and Forty-five and no 100 ($1,245.00) Dol lars, NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM MISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOE NIX, That the City Manager be and is hereby authorized to draw his war rant on the proper fund in favor of McArthur Brothers Mercantile Com pany for the sum of Twelve Hundred and Forty-five ar.d no 100 ($1,245.00) Dollars in payment of the Dodge Brothers Touring Car heretofore pur chased by the said City from the said McArthur Brothers Mercantile Com pany. PASSED by the Commission of the City of Phoenix this 23rd dav of April, 1919. APPROVED this 23rd day of April, 1919. PETER CORPSTEIN. Mayor. ATTEST: FRANK THOMAS, .City Clerk. ' ORDINANCE NO. 25 AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING THE ERECTION OF BUILDINGS OR STRUCTURES FOR THE PUR POSE OF A STORE BUILDING, LUNCH COUNTER. SOFT DRINK STAND. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE STATION. GARAGE OR REPAIR SHOP, WASH RACK. CORRAL, SANITARIUM. SANATORIUM, OR FOR ANY MANUFACTORY, OC CUPATION OR TRADE WHICH MAY BE OFFENSIVE TO THE IN HABITANTS IN THE VICINITY, IN RESIDENCE DISTRICTS IN WHICH TWO-THIRDS OF THE BUILDINGS ARE USED FOR RES IDENTIAL PURPOSES, WITHOUT FIRST OBTAINING THE WRIT TEN CONSENT OF TWO-THIRDS OK THE OWNERS OF ALL THE THE PROPERTY IMPROVED OR USED FOR RESIDENTIAL PUR POSES WITHIN A DISTANCE OF BOO FEET FROM THE RROPOSED BUILDING OR STRUCTURE, AND REQUIRING SUCH CONSENT TO BE FILED WITH THE CITY BUILDING INSPECTOR BEFORE A PERMIT SHALL ISSUE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM MISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOE NIX AS FOLLOWS: Section I. No building or structure for the purpose of a store building, lupch counter, restaurant, soft drink stand, or for an automobile service station, garage, or repair shop, wash rack, or corral, or for a sanitarium or sanatorium, or for any manufactory, occupation or trade which may be of fensive to the inhabitants residing in the vicinity, shall be erected in any residence district within the city in which two-thirds of the buildings within a distance of 500 feet from the proposed building or structure are used for residence purposes, without the written consent of the owners of two thirds of all the property improved or used for residence purposes within said distance of 500 feet from the pro posed building or structure. such, consent, together with the plans and specifications for the pro posed building or structure shall be filed with the City Inspector of Build ings before a building permit for the proposed building or structure shall be issued. Passed by the commission of the City of Phoenix this 23rd day of April, 1919. PETER CORPSTEIN. Mavor. Attest: FRANK THOMAS. City Clerk. ORDINANCE NO. 256. AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING PLANS FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF FIFTH STREET BETWEEN THE NORTH LINE OF JEFFERSON STREET AND THE SOUTH LINE OF ADAMS STREET, IN THE CITY . OF PHOENIX. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM MISSION OF TIIE CITY OF PHOE NIX, AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. That the plans prepared by the City Engineer for the improve ments of certain portions of Fifth street are hereby adopted as the of-'! ficlal plans for said work. The grades shall be at the elevations shown on the plans. The width and location of the road way shall be as shown on the plans'. Section 2. A duplicate copy of these plans shall be filed with the City Clerk and kept on file in his office. Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after (VeH,SUMPlM UKE4.T- m fcD r BEEN VT5 Uttfc VHu WRECK. f , TCiiujro wlrio "WAT W) v TeUA r3, UP AnM bum ikes IT T S NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost Pet. 1 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 I BOSTON Brooklyn 3 0 New York t 1 0 Cincinnati 1 i Philadelphia 0 1 St. Louis 0 1 Boston 0 :: Pittsburg 0 it Chicago ,.Q. 0 BOSTON, April 23. The Brooklyn club made it three straight. Boston was unable to hit Grimes when men were on bases. Fillinglm pitched well for Boston, allowing Brookyn but one run in eight innings. lie was taken out in the eighth to allow a pinch hitter to bat. Score: Brooklyn AB R H PO A E Olsen, ss . . t 0 0 1 4 3 Magee 2b 4 0 0 1 3 0 Griffith, rf 4 0 0 10 0 Wheat, If 3 2 1 1 0 0 Myers, cf 3 1 1 2 0 0 Konetchy, lb 3 1 1 13 0 0 Malone 3b 4 1 1 0 1 0 Millers c 4 1 1 8 3 0 Grimes p 3 0 1 0 2 0 Totals 33 6 6 27 13 Boston AB R H PO Kelly If 5 llerzog 21 5 Powell it 4 Smith 3b 3 Riggert cf 4 Holke lb 4 Maranville sa 2 Wilson c 3 Fillingim p ......... 3 Miller 1 Nehf p 0 Ragan p 0 Totals 34 1 5 27 12 4 Batted for Fillingim in 8th. Innings: Brooklyn 010 000 005 S Boston 000 000 0011 Grimes and Miller; Fillingim, Nehf, Ragan and Wilson, Two , base hits: Holke, Wheat, Grimes; stolen bases, Hertog 3, Maran ville; sacrifice hits. Smith, Myers, Grimes. Bases on balls. Grimes 5; Fil lingim 1; Nehf 1. linnings pitched, Fil lingim 8; Nehr 2-3, Ragan 1-3. Balk Grimes; struck out, Grimes 7, Filling im 3. New York, 10; Philadelphia, 7 PHILADELPHIA, April 23 Phila delphia outbatted New York In the opening game, but poor work all around by Jacobs and Baird gave the visitors the gam. In the fourth in ning, with the bases filled, Jacobs forced over a run by giving Burns a base on balls, then committed a balk, allowing another run to score. In the fifth, Jacobs made three bases on a long drive, but was out for failing to touch second. New York hit safely in every inning, Kauff and Doyle getting home runs. Score: New York AB R H PO A Burns, If 4 Young, rf 4 Chase, lb 5 Doyle, 2b 4 12 0 2 11 -1 10 0 j 4 Kauff, cf 5 12 0 111 2 5 4 0 0 2 2 2 1 Zimmerman, 3b Fletcher, ss Sicking, ss McCarty, c . . . . Barnes, p 2 10 Totals 39 10 14 27 ! Philadelphia AB R H TO Callahan, rf Williams, cf Bancroft, ss Luderus, lb Packard Meuset, If Baird, 3b Pearce, 2 b Adams, c '. 4 Jacobs, p 3 Cravath 1 Totals 37 16 27 17 Batted for Jacobs in ninth. Ran for Luderus in ninth. By innings: New York ..' 001 313 11010 Philadelphia 100 200 013 7 Two-base hits Fletcher, Chase, Doyle, Barnes. Home runs Kauff, Boyle. Stolen bases Young, Burns, Zimmerman, Callahan, Williams. Sac rifice hit Young. Sacrifice flies Bancroft, Meusel. Double plays Barnes to Fletcher to Chase Sicking to Doyle to Chase Williams to Bancroft. Bases on balls Jacobs, 4. Hit by pitcher Jacobs, Fletcher, Zimmerman. Balk Jacobs. Struck out By Barnes, one. Cincy Beats St. Louis CINCINNATI, April 23. T 1)3 wild ness of St. Louis' left-hand pitchers, May and Sherdel, enabled Cincinnati to win the opening game of the season before more than 22,000 fans. May was Legal Advertising its passage, publication and posting as by law required. Section 4. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the provis ions of this ordinance are hereby re pealed. Passed by the Commission of the Citv of Phoenix this 23rd day of April, 1919. I PETER CORPSTELN, Mayor. ' Attest: FRANK THOMAS, City Clerk. ) ( Vlt'VE A? TROUBLE VKTrl v iu m un iHi. .VIAMTED ft&TOGETTtftt'JMBEE - 7"JK W 30B VJELL.WELL- ff IT AWT " OLD Etf TRUE ' VmATSTrlffT Ev f SINGING BOXER RENDERS KNOCKOUT THEN A SONG; PLAYS THE UKELELE WtEN THE 9EU CGS C -mi ) rTr vW ru- cockn&u to- 7y To steep MaouvriiHCNtD WSW I Frederick Wm. O'Dwyer. known in the ring as Dyer, who first saw the light of day at Cardiff, Wales, from which principality emerged to ring fame Robert Fitzsimmons, Jimmy v ude, .lira Driscoll and other boxers'of note, was a boilermaker in bis youth, possibly ia emulation of Jeffries. O'Dwyer's mother was a Welsh wo man or musical tendencies and a mem ber of" the Royal Welsh Glee Society, while his father was an Irishman, witii a formidable reputation as a bare knuckle fighter. There ensued a combat between Queensbury and musical art. The son compromised and studied both, with the result that today he is the only boxer who can give a good account of himself with the gloves and then enter tain the spectators with musical selec tions and recitations. . An injured leg prevented his going to the front, where three of his brothers served, but he was determined to do his bit and finally got in as an'instructor in boxing. He has been entertaining wounded soldiers lately. Boxed and Sang All Over the Globe Dyer probably holds the record for varied singing experiences. He has fought and sung in famous rings all over the globe. He entertained a party of American tourists one night in Lon don in the hot room of a Turkish bath. effective, "but gave seven base3 on balls. Sherdel relieved him in the sev enth and walked four men in the eighth, forcing in two runs and put ting the local team in the lead. Mead ows then went in and three more runs were scored. Both teams played error less ball and there were fast double plays. Score: R. H. E. St. Louis 000 110 0002 6 0 Cincinnati 000 000 15 6 7 0 Batteries May, Sherdell, Meadows and Snyder Reuter, Luque, Eller and Allen, Rariden. CHICAGO, April 23. Vittsburg-Chi-cago game postponed on account of rain. o COAST LEAGUE STANDING Won Ist Pet. Ios Angeles 9 3 .750 Salt Lake 9 4 .692 Oakland 9 ' 5 .643 San Francisco 9 .600 Sacramento 6 8 .429 Vernon 4 S .333 Seattle 4 4 .308 Portland 2 12 .143 COAST LEAGUE SCORES LOS ANGELES, April 23. Salt Lake 6 S 2 Los Angeles 2 6 1 Leverenz and Spencer; littery, Beer, Valencia and Lapan. SAN FRANCISCO, April 23. Sacramento 4 8 0 San Francisco : 2 7 3 Bromley and Murray; Baum, Couch and Brooks. SEATTLE, Wash., April 23. Oakland 3 9 3 Seattle 2 10 4 Krause and Elliott; Mains, Bowman, and Ritchie. PORTLAND, April 23. Vernon 12 Portland 3 14 2 Houck, Reiger and Cook, Lewis, Lukenovich and Baker. Cooper, COLLEGE BASEBALL At Annapolis: Navy 9, Fordham 6. At West Point: Army 12; Lehigh 2. At Cambridge: Harvard 6; Colby 0. At Princeton, N. J. Holy Cross, 5; Princeton, 2. U. OF N. VS. U. OF P. LINCOLN, Neb., Apr. 24. Members of the University of Nebraska, one time relay team champions of the west, left here late today for Philadelphia, where on Saturday they will compete for national honors in the one-mile relay event of the University of Penn sylvania's athletic carnival. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Louisville, 14; Milwaukee, 2. At Columbus. 1; Kansas City, 0. At Indianapolis, 2; St. Paul 1. At Toledo Minneapolis-Toledo, rain. - o VERDE TROUT TAKE FLYS Reports reach Phoenix that fishing is excellent in all favorite nearby plac es. Particularly encouraging news is from Granite Reef and Joint Head, where Verde trout are biting on flys. A LEAKY FAUCET auiinu ill i-c OUST AS vJEU CuTOtfTTMS WlLDDRWlKla- STtYPV. IMP &rr me nov- t Gtr fci&HTY fC ) p'TH GftO3 OR I rg! j THE CLIMB THtW THE tJOPEf he gave an impromptu concert one day to a party of bookrakers in Tattersali's betting ring after the running of an English classic called the St. Leger. He sang to a party of tourists in the depth's of the Cheddar Caves, in Somer set. England. Dyer sang to a tribe in the wilds of Africa after he had witnessed a dance by the natives. He sang to a party of Maoris at Ro torut, New Zealand, where the giound is alive with geysers. Dyer sang to a party of tourists in the mouth of a Hawaiian volcano while the seething, boiling lavo 200 feet, below bubbled. The only serious charge 1 .ought against him is that he plays the ukelele. By CAPUT Plans for the organization of a Val ley league, as it is temporarily being called, will be laid next Monday night. It was originally intended to have this meeting Sunday evening, but the ab sence of the War Veterans in Prescott will make this impossible. Manager Hugh Cass of the White Sox is sending out the call to all managers of outlying teams to be present at that time. It is understood that Ajo is desirous of get ting into the new league and consider ation of that city is not unlikely. That the season may be played out in full, it is likely that each team will be required to post a substantial for feit in cash. This fund, at the end of the season, may be split up on some equitable basis among the first, second and third leading teams. Manager Cass states that the Wliite Sox will play at Mesa next Sunday, and the following Sunday in Phoenix. He expects to play the winner of the Prescott game next Sunday. If the War Vets win, Cass says that the game here will be for blood. If Whipple beats the Vets, Cass proposes to take the honor away from the soldiers and claim the early season championship in this part of the state. Mesa is reported to have a strong team, comprising many professional and semi-professional men. Cass hopes that this report is true, for Mesa never has been strong, tor baseball. This year, however. It is said the city is en thusiastic over a winning bunch. The White Sox will piay Mesa, Sun day, and the Vets, Fort Whipple, at Prescott. o MILWAUKEE GETS STUMPF CHICAGO, April 23 Catcher Stumpf has been released by the White Sox to the Milwaukee club of the American association, it was announced today. The move was made, it was added, in order to keep the White Sox within the 21 player limit. o GIBBONS BEATS BARTFIELD SAN FRANCISCO, April 22. Mike Gibbons of St. Paul was given a decis ion here tonight over Soldier Bartfield of Brooklyn. The men fought fast and their four-round bout was close. They are middleweights. 0 . LOS ANGELES WINS HANDBALL LOS ANGELES, April 23. National A. A. U. handball championships, both singles and. doubles, will go to Los Angeles players as the results of matches played up to and including today at the Los Angeles Athletic club, through which all visiting players have been eliminated. 0 COLLEGE HURLER TO TIGERS NEW YORK, April 23. Frank Tal- cott, star pitcher pf Tale university baseball team last year, signed a con tract today with the Detroit Ameri cans. He will report immediately at Detroit. o- It makes no difference what your wants may be you can have them sup plied by using and reading The Kepub publican Classified Pages Arizona's leading advertising medium. Rg v-- v (there are two -people U J rTri' VOUK Wr-E, AMD Edited Daily By CAPUT wmm SEES GHWIIS DEFEAT YANKEES AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost Pe t Boston 1 0 lOtin Chicago 1 0 10U0 Washington 1 0 1000 New York 0 1 .000 St. Louis 0 1 . Philadelphia 0 1 .000 Cleveland 0 0 .)) Detroit 0 0 .'"C NEW YORK, April 23. Before the biggest crowd that ever saw an Amer ican league opening in this city, th Boston world's champions defeated i New York by an overwhelming score. The game was attended by Major General Thomas Barry, commander of the department of the east, R.ear Ad miral Harry McP Huse of the battle fleet, and their staffs. Several thou sand sailors from the visiting fleet were the guests of the clubs'. Ruth, Boston's sensational slugger, playing left field, started the cham pions off to' victory in the first-inning batting a home run with Hooper 01Y base. Score: Boston AB R HPO Hooper, rf 5 Barry. 2 b 5 Strunk, cf 4 Ruth. If 4 Mclnnis, lb Vitt. 3b .. Scott, ss . Schang. c Mayes, p . 39 10 13 New York AB R H PO A E Vick, rf 4 0 0 3 1 1 Peckinpaugh, ss 2 0 1 6 1 3 Pipp, lb 4 0 2 4 0 0 Baker, 3b 4 0 0 2 1 0 Pratt. 2b 4 0 1 1 2 " Lewis, cf 4 0 0 4 1 11 Bodie, If 4 0 0 1 0 0 Hannah, o 3 0 0 5 0 0 Mogridge, p 1 0 0 1 2 0 30 0 4 27 8 4 Boston 210 000 01610 New York 000 000 000 Summary Two-base bits: Pratt. Schang, 3: home run: Ruth; stolen bases: Peckinpaugh. Hooper; sacrifice hit: Strunk: sacrifice flies: Mclnnis. Maves; double play: Vick and Pipp: base on balls: Mogridge2; Mayes 4: hit bv pitcher: bv Mayes, (Hannah): struck out: Mogridge 1; Mayes 8; w ild pitcres: Mogridge. 2. Chicago 13; St. Louis 4 ST. LOUIS, April 23. Pounding four pitchers for 21 bits, Chicago opened the American league campaign with a vic tory over St. Lonis. The usual fla? raising ceremonies preceded the game and Colonel George F Hunter, com mandant at Jefferson Barracks, tossed out the first ball. Before the game. Manager Jimmy Burke of the local team was presented a diamond studded watch fob by a local lodge. Score: Chicago AB H PO 1 2 4 1 3 3 Leibold, rf. . Weaver, 3b. E. Collins. 2b. Jackson, If. Felsch, cf GandiL lb Risberg, ss Schalck, c C. Williams, p. 3 1 Totals ....42 13 21 27 11 1 St. Louis AB R H TO A E Tobin. If. 5 2 2 0 0 (. Gedeon. 2b 5 0 4 5 2 0 Sisler. lb 5 1 1 12 1 0 K. Williams, cf 3 10 2 1 0 Demmitt rf. 3 0 1 1 0 1 Severeid 1 0 0 0 0 0 Koob. p 0 0 0 0 2 n Bronkie. 3b 4 0 1 1 3 0 Gerber, ss 4 0 ' 0 2 3 1 Billings, c 4 0 0 4 3 0 Davenport, p 1 0 0 0 2 0 Rogers, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Leifield, p 1 0 0 0 2 0 "Jacobson, rf 2 0 1 0 0 0 Totals 38 4 10 27 19 2 Batted for Demett in seventh. Batted for Leifield in seventh. Innings: Chicago 00.3 510 01313 St. Louis 201 000 100 4 Batteries: C. Williams and Schalk: Davenport, Rogers, Leifield, Koob anil Billings. Summary Two base hits Jackson. Tobin, Gandil. Three base hits Weav er. Demmitt. Tobin, Gandil!. C. Wil liams. Home runs E. Collins. Stolen bases Schalk, Weaver, E. Collins, To bin 2. Sacrifice hit Gandil. Sacrifice fly Schalk. Double plays K. Wil liams, and. Sister; Gerbert Gedeon and Billings. Base on balls Off Williams. 1: off Davenport. 1; off Leifield. 1; off Koob, 1. Innings pitched By Daven- -M.. OO . V. 1 1 a ... I .. ... . . iwn, .-0 , uy xvugeiH, .i-j; Dy lemem, 3 2-3; by Koob, 2. Struck out Bv C. Williams, 6; by Davenport 1; by Rog er 1. Wash. 1; Phila. 0 WASHINGTON, April 23. Washing ton and Philadelphia battles 13 inning before a crowd of more than 13.000 in the opening game of the season, Wash ington winning. The game was a pitch ing duel between Johnson and Pen-v. Agnow paved the way ror the win ning run in the thirteenth when he hit safely. Menasky, running for him. scored on successive singles by Judge and Foster. . bcote: R. IT. E. Philadelphia COO 000 000 000 0 0 !X Washington .000 000 000 000 1 1 7 1 Batteries Perry and Perkins; John son and Agnew. DETROIT. ADril 23. 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