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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1920
PAGE SIXTEEN Porch and Lawn Chairs Folding and Reclining Chairs -for porch or lawn, light, strong, comfortable, inexpensive $3.00, $3.25, $5.25 AND UP Cadee Porch Chairs and Rockers Seat and back of cane ( $6.50, $7.50, $8.00, $9.50 Less 10 Cash Porch Chairs and Rockers of Oak Substantial, comfortable, good looking chairs, fumed finish $8.00 AND $8.50 , . Less 10 Cash Garden Sets Folding, adjustable canopy, four chairs, table, with coverings of plain or striped awning canvas, sets complete $81.75 TO $103.75 ... Less 10 Cash t Two Cars of Wicker Two full carloads of wicker have come in, in the past week. As complete, and attractive & showing of wicker as you might wish to see is on display on our third floor. f Rusts For porch, sun room, breakfast room, through out the whole house in Summer, saving the better rugs, for less trying service of other seasons. ' Japanese Grass Rugs Stenciled, conventional designs on one side only. Colors brown, green, blue. Bare floors are cheap er, but not much. Special for a few days only. 18x36 .$ .80 6x 9 7.25 27x54 1.60 8x10 8.60 36x72 2.20 9x12 10.20 Vudor Porch Shades , 1 Better than a vine-covered porch, because the shades can be raised to the cool night breeze. PORCH SHADE 5x7y2 foot 6x7y2 foot 7x7 foot 8x7y2 foot 10x7iL foot . 12x7i2 foot. Prices aro net. No extra charge for hinging. .$ .$ .$ 6.50 7.50 9.00 .$10.50 .$12.50 .$15.00 DORRIS-HEYMAN FURNITURE CO. AT FIRST STREET AND ADAMS RUTH HAS BIG DAY AT BAT" YHKS wn CHICAGO, June 1G "Babe" Ruth. cracked out his eighteenth home run of the season, driving- a man ahead of him, and put. New York so far in front that Chicago was unable to overtake them. The game was delayed for -45 minutes by rain following Ruth's homer In the eighth. The New Tork slugger. In addition to hitting the home, run, made a triple which fell just a few feet from the fence. He walked on two other oc casions and grounded out nce. Faber pitched good ball in the early innings, but weakened later. Score by innings: R. H. E. New York 000 011 1227 11 4 Chicago 200 000 020 4 9 2 Batteries: Faber and Schalk; SIo- gridge, Shawkey and Hannah. Perry Throws Own Gtmt ST. LOUIS. June 1 St. Louis scored its seventh straight victory, winning the opening game of the series with Philadelphia. Tobin made both St. Louis runs. Perry was responsible for the loss of his own game in the ninth, passing one batter, hitting an other and allowing Walker's return on Sisler's single to jret away from him. Tobin scored on the play. Score by innings: R. II. E. Philadelphia ...000 100 000 1 8 1 St. Louis 100 000 0012 9 1 Batteries: Perry and Perkins; Shocker and Severeid. o VAUGHN BACK i I BEIEATEI1S SUFFER BOSTON, June 16 Chicago made it three straight from Boston in the last game of the series, winning behind Jim Vaughn's first start since Memorial day in Chicago, making his seventh straight victory. Oeschger held Chi cago to three hits. Vaughn walked in the eighth and was forced by Flack, who scored on Hollocher's triple to left center. Score by innings: R. H. H Chicago 000 000 0101 3 ' 2 Boston 000 000 000 0 6 0 Batteries: Vaughn and O'Farrell; Oeschger and Gowdy. JOHNNY RAX jtGGS IN SOCIETY Adapted, from Geo. McManurf FATHER Comics fV rv l &J Jwpapcr . SEE "JIGGS" AND HIS FAMILY, IN "REEL LIFE" AT THE COLUMBIA Today This is NOT a cartoon, but a real movie with real players. 8.30 p. m. Friday June 18th Young France vs Phil Salvadore Beaver Board , Shipment of Beaver Board in to day for Shoup's Lumber Yard. All sizos of galvanized and black screen wire in stock ?iow. H. H. SHOUP Lumber ickards & N a c c Enterprises THE HIP LAST TIMES TODAY JACK DEMPSEY IN "DAREDEVIL JACK" . ADDED GLADYS LESLIE IN "TOO MANY CROOKS" STRAND REMEMBER IT'S COOLER AT THE STRAND THIS IS THE LAST DAY OF "THE VIRGIN OF STAMBOUL" PRISCILLA DEAN'S Staggering Success If you miss it you miss the season's biggest picture Riverside Park MAKE THAT NOISY SHIRT GET BUSY FOR FRIDAY NIGHT is LOUD SHIRT NIGHT To the guy who wears the most sensational shh-t will be given A SILK SHIRT FREE DONATED BY JOHN HYDER SALVADORE AND FRIGE IN HI FETTLE FOR G Both Men End Training for 10-Round Bout Friday Night France Is Real Credit to Boxing Game Studying for Law at U. S. C. "Fit as a fiddle." That was the way Phil Salvadore expressed his physical condition last evening following a long workout at Lewis' training quarters in preparation for his 10-round go with Young France, coast lightweight, at Tally's bpeh-air arena Friday . night. Salvadore and France will constitute the main event of a 24-roum.l boxing program, to be staged under the aus pices of the American Legion. Young France concluded his train ing last night. Today will be a rest day in his camp and he will be ready to jump on the scales at 3 o clock to morrow afternoon. The weight stipu lated in the contracts is 135 pounds at o'clock on the afternoon of the hout. After weighing in, both men will pro ceed to the arena where they will bo examined by the club physician. France Favorite With Fans France will Trobably enter the ring the favorite, more because of his gen tlemanly actions, his quiet, unassum ing manner and his congenial spirit than because he has any great ad vantage over the Los Angeles boxer camera man in the matter of experi ence or aomty. un paper, ine xwo boys appear as evenly matched as any that have ever appeared m this city. Their previous three engagements also bears this out., , Young France is a real credit to the boxing game and it is too bad that there are not more of his type in the ring today. He's not only a credit to the boxing game he's a credit where- ever he is found, in whatever company he travels. Boxing, with Young France, Is a business and a profession. He studies the game like any professional man plying his trade. He's known through out the "West as "Square Shooter France." Twice during " his career. France has been approached by un scrupulous ring followers. One of these suffered a crashing blow on the chin a real knockout wallop. The other took his departure from Los Angeles in great haste, only his advanced age saving him from a like fate. Is Law Student at U. S. G. France took up boxing because it provided him a means of earning a. livelihood while pursuing his law studies at the University, of Southern California. France is now a student at' that Institution and will be for an other year. He hopes to complete, his scholastic education next June. But it has been necessary for him to provide not only for himself but for his par ents. He likes the boxing game; he be lieves that it is an invaluable asset to any young man; that it goes to make better and cleaner manhood, for a box er, to be successful, must be and live clean. These have been his theories in h!s boxing career and he has proven them to be well founded, for not once during his 100 ring engagements has he ever taken the count. He has won fully two-thirds of his matches, while less than a dozen have been counted against him. th others being draw:;. Salvadore Worthy Opponent France isgoing to have a real test in Friday night's engagements with Salvadore, for the latter is also con ceded one of the best lightweights in the West. The men have broke even in their three bouts on the coast, e:vh being credited with a victory and the other being a draw. Young Ellis of Miami, who goes six rounds against Young Scotly of rhoo nix in the semi-final, also concluded his training yesterday. asdid Sootty. Both boys are in fine shape for a hard match. The advance seat sale at Doyle's cigar store has been exceptionally heavy, indicating a capacity crowd. Two four-round preliminaries have been scheduled, loeol boys being the participants. o American Hopes In Tennis Tourney Rest On Johnston-Tilden LONDON, June 10. William M. Johnston of S,an Francisco and Wil liam T. Tilden of Philadelphia are the only Americans who have survived in the singles of the London tennis cham pionship tournament to the last eight. The defeat of R. Norris Williams of Boston by the English veteran, Ritchie, who is 50 years old, astonished the experts, especially as the American was irresistibly brilliant throughout the first set, driving and vol'.eying in the most convincing style. After that Ritchie, serving famously anci playing his soundest base-line game, frequent ly outdrove his opponent or shot the ball past him as he came up to the net. Major Dudly, in defeating C. S. Gar land of Tittsburg, showed the stronger in the overhead game. Johnston, the American champion, whs in excellent forn and won with comparative case. o The Saturday half-holiday was the rule in England in the thirteenth ana fourteenth centuries. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Indianapolis 8, Kansas City 3. At Toledo 2. Milwaukee 1. At Columbus c, St. Paul '1. At Louisville 4, Minneapolis ,2. o ASHER STOPS SULLIVAN RCOTTS BLUFF, Net)., June 16. Babe Asher of St. Louis knocked out Yankee Sullivan ot Omaha in the fifth round of n- scheduled 12-round bout here today. MELON HAULING Highway Trailer THE HIGHWAY TRAILER ton to six ton. OVERLAND ARIZ. CO. 4th Ave. and Washington IN! I --il Iw&mtm' m 111 JfMv i-j,, 5 -t J - 4y ?v t &'). fee- A I vlw r ' . h n , . fc?mA fyv:' t ' l - - r M ( ' v -J ' : 4;ir i v ' 4pi - ' Pici A NIGHT IN WAUKAIKAI Saturday at Forest Park The Jazz Baby is com ing Friday Toft's Original Orchestra Every Night J3 Select ires tipecidt "THIS PICTURE TELLS THE STORY ,OF THE EVIL FORCES THAT UNDER- I Hi LIE LIFE - AND THAT, SEEK TO PULL DOWN THAT WHICH MAN BUILDS UP IN HIS BEST MOMENTS." TODAY - TOMORROW - SATURDAY EXTRA ADDITIONAL FEATURE Adapted from Geo-jSrlclvlanus NewspaperGbmics ' .X ft f - V R-AY SOCftETT yPFATIIEfil" A 4th & Wash. Sts. HERE'S THE FELLOW YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR EDDIE POLO In a Real He-Man Story Red-Blooded Adventure of "THE VANISHING DAGGER" They Can't Made a Lounge Lizard Out of Me ! Give father his clay pipe, his slippers and dress suit, in society, and he's like a gold fish in You'll split your sides You II shake with mirth his hod-carrier friends and he's happy. Put him in a CMina closet. Why he'd make a hard-bo4id egg laugh his shell off Funny He's a family favorite A fun-maker you know. Popular in the paper is not a cartoon, but a real movie. -More so on the screen. This BILL ROGER'S "ILLITERATE DIGEST" FORD WEEKLY GAUMONT GRAPHIC LYONS-MORAN COMEDY The Columbia Theater Orchestra creates an appropriate accompaniment of harmony for every picture shown here. FRED BARLOW, Director. WHERE IT'S ALWAYS COOL COLUMBIA CONTINUOUS PROGRAM - DAILY 1 TO 11 P. M. Where EVERY Seat Is Always Cool f JJilii Wlji ' rr IT.