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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 10, 1920
NEW NATIONAL PARK DEDICATED
" ABOUT THE STATE
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Prescott in Films 1
PRESCOTT At the ehout of "Cam
era!" TrescoU will have its official
photograph taken Saturday for exhibi
tion at the Northern Arizona Btate
fair, when Cameraman M. Schaeffer
pets on the job to film a couple of
films of local scenery through the busi
ness district.
Schaeffer is the man who unwound
several thousand fef t of film in front of
Ramsey Patterson this week when Pat
terson was making the picture he will
show this week at the Elks theater.
The camera will start from the Owl
Drug company, proceeding td the Elks
theater and from there to the depot.
Prescott people will enjoy the privi
lege of seeing themselves as others see
them when the film Is shown at the
fair Oct. 14 and nftr. Journal-Miner.
To Celebrate Armistice Day
, TUCSON Armistice day. Nov. 11,
will be declared a legal holiday, If the
sanction of Gov. Thomas E. Campbell
can be obtained by the Morgan Mc
Dermott post No. 7, American legion,
of Tucson. A telegram, asking that he
officially designate the date as a legal
holiday, was sent to the governor
Wednesday night by R. R. Davis, post
adjutant.
A big celebration and parade for
Armistice day is being arranged by the
legion, whose members feel that the
business houses of Tucson should close
their doors In deference to the event.
It is understood that Governor Campt
bell has expressed himself in favor of
declaring the day on which armed
conflict ceased in the world war a
legal holiday throughout the state.
Star.
t cnter. Wambsgansa scored on
rn th's rf ta rentier and Speaker
went up to third. On the return throw,
hkS fi;e.t to g't Speaker, Smith
rmco.t eecond. Speaker scored the
run on Gardner's sacrifice fly.
KmtT stt. kin to second. Cadore thn
i:iMnM up srj fanned Johnston for
U f.nl ut
In th third Cleveland Jammed
throurh two more and drove Mamaux
out rt the box. Wambsganss opened
with a sir tie and took second on Trls'
fond safe drive. Manager Roblson
pnt in Murnuard. Hums, pinch hit
t: tor Smith, hit th first ball Mar
ur4 ritchd for a single to left ,on
Hf h V"ambffrsa and Speaker scored.
Iurns reached second when Wheat
futnMM. Marquard fanned flardner
sn. -5"moVy Joe Wood, batting for
'IV Johnston, popped to Myers.
ytw;i threatened to cause more grief
tor Maifjuard when he beat out an In
f ,! hit. O'NellL however, was passed.
ry.'inr tfe bas, and Coveleskle forced
tr catcher when he rolled an easy
founder to Kilduff.
Dodgers Score.
T Podcers were never dangerous
except In he fourth, when they begged
their score. After Olson had filed to
!peker, Johnston singled Into left for
Hrwktvn"s first hit and raced home
when Griffith crashed a two-baso hit
lo right. Whest fliel to' Speaker,
Griff. th rning to third. Bewail threw
out Mjers at first, ending the rally.
OveUnd scored Its final run in the
tn sfirr two men were out. With
Pffer rlTrhlng, Coveleskle bounced
S;rg?e to center and went to second on
a wiUI pitch. Evans singled to right,
sendms: Coveleskle to third. Wambs-
ttnta singled, scoring Coveleskle and
send ;rg Evans to second. With the
rMirt two and three. Speaker fouled to
M.:r.
Analysts rf th pitching records
r'ures the credit for Cleveland's vtc-
rr lth Coveleskle and the blame for
Brooklyn s defeat on the wildness of
the nirtet of pitchers used. There
was Istt'e to choose In the world of
Proktvn pitchers. The four Cadore.
Mamaux. Marqu.ird and Ffeffer
r-:te.l lit times. Sitv-one were balft,
J strikes, xl foul strikes, 8 foul. 11
THE YOUHO LRQY ACROSS THE WA
men were retired on flics, 8 on ground
ers and 1J hit safely.
Cadore had a rood curve, but could
not get It over. He threw 10 bans
and S strikes in the first inning and
two more balls before Mamaux relieved
him in the second with none out. His
record Included two foul strikes. to
flyouts, one man retired on a grounaer
and four hits. Mamaux pitched one
ball, three strikes, three foul strikes.
one foul, one flyout and allowed two
hits In one Inning. Marauard sent up
1 balls, 1 strikes, one foul strike, re
tired three batters on flies and four on
grounders and permitted two hits in
three Innlncs, while Pfeffer. In three
innings, hurled 29 balls, 12 strikes,
eight foul strikes, two fouls, five men
hit files,, three grounders an dfour
knocked out safe hits.
Official Attsndance
The official attendance and gate re
ceipts show that 25.734 spectators were
present. They paid 17S.J61. of whicn
$7938.10 was set aside for the national
commission. I42.854.J4 for the players
and S2t.5(.9 for the club owners. Box
score :
BROOKLYN AB. R. II.PO-A. E.
Olson, ss 4
J. Johnston, lb. .... 4
Griffith, rf 4
Wheat, If 4
Myers, cf ... 3
Konetchy, lb 2
Kilduff. 2b.
Miller, c. ..,
Cadore. p. .
Mamaux, n.
Marquard, p,
x Lamar
Iferter, p.
xxNels 0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
FAIR WARNING.
"You are sureto enjoy yourself here,"
said the glib-tongued hotel proprietor.
"There are lots oi tiretty girls to make
love to."
"That's fine," returned the young
salesman on vacation, "but there's one
think that I wish to impress upon your
mind."
"And what is that?"
"I am not one of those chaps who
would rather make love than eat."
Boston Transcript.
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A DANGEROUS ANSWER
(Detroit Free Press)
"What." asked the lawyer of the ex
pert witness, "leads you to cinclwde
that the defendant in this case is
crazy?"
"Well, for one thing." replied the ex
pert, "he's a golf player and talks noth
ing but golf."
"Hold on," Interrupted the Judge.
Tnr going to have that answer stricken
"t. 1 clay golf myself."
THE MAIN UESTION.
"Will Lefthook or Plexus win that
prize fight?"
"Lefthook should have the best of
the argument." .
"I'm not interested in who has the
best of the argument. How about Mie
fight?" Louisville courier-J ournau
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SOME MEMORY
"And do you remember the faces of
all your customers?" remarked the boy
in th assistant In the shoe store.
"I never forget anybody's face that
I ever fitted with a pair of shoes."
Boys Life.
Don't Neglect to Read the Adver
. tiiement of
BLYTH, WITTER & CO.
On Page 15, Sec. 2.
A series expressing the individual views of America's foremost men
on the subject of Thrift and Saving.
Hon. Frederick D. Gardner
Governor of the State of Missouri, says:
yHRIFT and saving are the handmaids
1 1 of individual progress and prosperity.
The confidence of men is a greater asset
than fortune. The young man with habits
of thrift and prudent economy has inspired
confidence and laid the foundation for
credit in the business world, which is essen
tial to success. '
"The prosperity of the nation is but the
collective thrift of its citizens. Thrift and
economy .are alike enjoined for personal
and patriotic reasons." . . .
A Savings Account added to regularly
builds confidence and will power for the
individual.
Start yours Mondajr you'll be sur
prised how easy you can save money by this
method which brings habits of thrift .and
economy. A dollar starts the account
CENTRAL BANK
"Where You Feel at Home"
xxRan for J. Johnston In ninth.
Score by Innings:
Brooklyn 000 100 0001
Cleveland 202 001 OOx 5
Summary: Two-base hit Griffith,
Sacrifice hit Gardner. Double plays
Myers to Olson to Kilduff, Sewell to
Wamhsganss to Burns, Gardner to
Wambsganss to Burns. Left on bases
Brooklyn S, Cleveland 3. Bases on
balls Off Cadore 1, off Marquard 1,
off Coveleskle 1, off Pfeffer 2. Hits
Off Cadore S In one Inning and none
out In second; off Mamaux 2 In one In
ning and none out in third; off Mar
quard 2 In three innings; off Pfeffer
4 In three innings. Struck out By
Cadore 1, by Mamaux 1, by Coveleskle
4. by Marquard S. by Pfeffer 1. Wild
fitch Pfeffer. Passed ball Miller.
Losing pitcher Cadore- '
Umpires Dineen (American league)
behind the plate; ' Klem (National
league) at first; Connelly (American
league) at second; O'Day (National
league) at third. ,
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ABSOLUTELY
(Boys' Life)
Uncle Only fools are certain. Tom
my; wise men hesitate.
Tommy Are you sure, uncle?
L'ncle Yes. my boy; certain of it.
Totals
CLEVELAND
Jamleson, If
Evans. If
Wambsganss, 2b. ,
Speaker, cf
Smith, rf
Burns, lb
Gardner. 3b
W. Johnston, lb. .
Wood, If
Graney, rf
Sewell. ss
O'Neill, r
Coveleskle, p. ....
.SO 1 R 24 8 1
AB.R.H.PO.A.E.
,. 2
.. 8
. 4
,. S
.. 1
2
.. 3
.. 1
.. 2
.. 1
.. 4
.. 3
.. 4
0
0
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
6
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
1
0
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Totals 34 S 12 27 11 2
xBatted for Marquard in sixth.
It wont ha VPT-r Innr nerm
Befora hnnttnir tlma im-
Again will heroes take a chaacoj
on DeiEg &not for deer.
Or maybe et off lucky wlui
The loss of bat a ear.
EVERETT TRUE
By Condo
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THE VOUNQ LADY ACROSS TH
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Music Company
Our Remov
Sale cf
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Pi
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Our business has grown to such large proportions that we are forced to seek larger quarters. We have
secured a long time lease on the store rooms at 131 and 133 North Central avenue where we will have more
fhan twice the floor space we now have. These rooms, when remodeled and re-decorated will be the fin
est piano salesrooms in the state.
We have several carloads of pianos, player pianos and Grands en route. We do not intend to move a
single instrument from our present store to our new home. Hence we are conducting the largest piano, and
player piano sale ever held in Arizona.
This is a chance of a life time for you to own a piano or player piano for little money. Do not let the
lack of cash k-p you from attending this sale. We will sell you any piano or player piano in the house at
your own terms and if necessary, we will take your note for the first payment and our customary guarantee
of "Satisfaction or Money Back" goes with every instrument.
Save $100.00 to $263.50 On Pianos
Save $148.75 to $381.25 On Players
ft. ..rk of llm Ctrl (in. nitnnt - nlavara ertlsl Mnnrlav mnrninff iata will CM VP nn nrlrlltlOnatl rlurniinr
ysjiwivvt
To each purchaser of a piano we will give free of charge a beautiful duet bench instead of the custom
ary piano stool.
To each purchaser of a player piano we will give free of charge a beautiful combination piano and
player bench and your choice of Twelve Rolls of Music.
NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR DELIVERY
Remember this sale is limited. to the pianos now in our salesroom only and does not include any instru
ment now in transit from our factories.
We suggest early selection to avoid disappointment.
Kerr and Bryant Music Company
Second Avenue and Washington Street
Telephone 3086
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