Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 306, Ed. 1 Friday, October 25, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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AMARILLO DAILY NEWS FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 1912.
UMEMIUIR RED SOX STARS
Fast Foot Ball Contest is
Scheduled on City Park
The tloudiiight College football
K-arr. will make another appearancs
on &d Amarillo gridiron tomorrow af-
ternoon whn the are scheduled to
play against the I.owrey-Phllllpi
team It I to be. the return same
Low rvy-rhlllips having played the
fir! pain at Cooilnlght two week
ago. which resulted In floodnlsbt'a
Th- loca'a are out to revenue their
former defeat; the visitors are com
trig fully prepnred to do It aealn. It
hould le a hard-fought contest.
Mr Raymond Hedford Is now
coaching l.owrey-l'hllllps and Is
teit'liin? them pricks lined against
Kast rn colleges ly Washington and
I-e fnhernlty of which he In an ex-
stud'T.t Kach afternoon he I put-
ting the boys through rough work to
run ii d th-m Into proper shape.
The game to lie played m the
fit I'ark at ?: lio o'clock.
TO PLW 1 1 V.
k(.t.i! Ij I'adv Nr
Clarendon. Tex . Oct :t The.
Clarendon College football team lett
rr: tir lit for Koswcll N. M to meet
tie rrck eleven representing the
New Mexico Military Institute in a
;ariit on the Hoswelt gridiron Katur-
la afternoon Headed hy Captain
Morru. the lot at hoys are taking a
MfotiL- bunch to l id for the honor
and it is expected that they will show
up tiiielv and britm hack a few
"al' of the .Mexico hunch
li lia llertie is to uppear hi vaude-
ville In a vketih whiiten hy herself.
o fSyd wj ihrt nirdlii rdluulu
Charlt I'riihtnati wil produce in
K hru.fry l rciliiedv from French
ailed. ' I'rliiiroM'" which has heen
sinet.fu iii Pari The Knglish ac-
tress Alexandra Carlisle will have
'he leading role.
r i an Mie ion 9i!..iO to .". IH
n j our tall suit or overcoat. Mak '
n prole it. ISIutkhiini llriK. loth-
iir. Taylor. :tou-:i-
h i s showing o f
suits and over-
coats are unequal-
ed in every way.
We specialize on
heimer" from the
mere fact that the
for the Amarillo
Clothing Co. has
self with practi-
cally all the lead-
ing lines and after
careful study has
decided o n the
li you hae never worn one
ol the Kupperhcimcr Suits
try one now; if you ever have
needless to tell you. Vic are
prepared abundantly for
FROM S3S DOWN-
f-'i ' op ! rni.v ld of t'.e
iure a !;t!c o'lf of th way
t pan to walk.
Several of Champion Team
Have Reaped Fortunes
from Season's Work
HIE S0O0I OH
ROLL IN HIE 0 0 MM
P-oaton. Mana. Oct. :4 Tho
champion lted Sox have s" to their
homes with more money than thej
haiv ever received before for elx
month' work. Some of them la
fact have made small fortunes the
the baseball season Just past.
For Instance Jake Stahl the man
ager baa reaped a narvesi 01 aooui
JliO.i't'ti for hiti Beacon's work. IIih
salary it $1mm). Ills share in the
world's series is the same as that of
each Ke.l So player $1024.69. 11"
has a financial interest In the clu'o.
the amount of which Is withheld hut
ir is estimated to be from u to lu
P-r cent. The club earned fully $3i0
oou this year in the regular season
and f 1 r 0 n 0 0 In the post-season
came. If Stahl has a ;" per cent
iUenM he has received about $20-
ut'u dividends. At that he has av-
oided advertising proposition am
t'ae hta'e. lie received a motor car
from Host on rooters. Had he thos
en to appear in vaudeville he couU
have added a few- more thousands '
liU hunk account.
Speaker drew $0'Kmi salary. $lnot
fr writing ; '.orl -g of the world' se-
t Irs for newspapers $2 ''' for lend
ln his name to advertising proposi-
tions which with his share in the
post-season gate made his receipt-
abont $1 3000 with more to conn.
Further he was given a motor c:tr
for being the mot useful batsman of
the American League.
Similarly Joe Wood has earn" !
aho'n ft 3. .".Oil. No member of t li-
(am has reiolved lees than
for bis season's work. in luditiv;
course trie games with tiu- tiiiii's.
As f ist as the player
their varlocb lionus in
part of the country they are n-tci
(lis: more testimonials. For instano .
I -i 1 1 Carricati the tatcher. was
n a motor car when he appeared a:
l.e!hton. Maine. lie had receive 1
$1000 for writing stories of the
-anus for a newspaper. Heine Wa:-
tier the shortstop received a fitnil 1
amount. As a sift he received nn
01 her article of great value whbli
he will not turn Into cash a silve-
bat regulation slio.
The receipts will Krow larer for
several weeks yet from stage work.
The Hed Sox quartet consisting of
lini'k tl'Hrb-n. Ilenrlckson Vagni
and Yerke wl start slnginc short
iy at $.'00 per week each.
Teams From Sheriff's De-
partment and Local Troop
I'rotiiptcJ hy the huccm of the
initial gun sliooi here target experiu
of the sheriff department and the
local troop of the National guard are
planning for a rifle shoot which will
take place auordiiii to present sche-
dule on November 2 7. little more
than a month hence.
The change to rlfies wa made at
the in:;ibteiii t. of the troop team and
the affair elves promise of proving
ti e most interest mi! of :s kind
which has ever been held In this
section of the state It la contem-
plated that sl men from each team
! enter..! and the contest wilt
fisonrdiy prove an exciting one.
The following order of the shoot
..iih : :'lio: Kcd jesterd.iy by Steve
.'!. :r:. a Member of the sheriff's
.let .rttiie.it team who In active in
hai'i'u ii.1v ;!); plans;
The ev.-rts will re. 1 lire tell shot
v ft. two extras allowed for
.i : .iii'1 r.iiu'c. making a pro.
.." 'or h ranite. or a prohablo
' T ea ll I ill score.
ViiS s'aiidlnc position. .' ''
lir- ll 1 1 tait Stmt
t'anyon. Texas. Oct.
'' ra t It'. S
11 fifteen hundred ami two
I 1 H-d
or l'tlii2. Z
ewi.'s a Standard A 'ar-
1 i Th'-lr. h ! its eve wi!l
twenty :ic h
! ..-.-t j 1 .
Keen in'. -res: 1 .1 ilrea.1)
. .1 :i '!c :i t. and
is. v'f 'erMim w !1 ret 't'V.VIl '
' di 1 1 v to hard .r c-t i e
- :WE1GHT IS ESSENTIAL
THIS FDQTBALL TEAR
I'liAYS am ri-WKi;s.
ll.ir.inl Short wil Join l..n:re"i
Talyor In "I'eg o'My Heart''
Andrew Mack will he the sto. k
tar of a companw In Oakland Ca!i
Henry II Irvniir is to build a tt.--:rre
m l.niiduri to hear Iih f i'li.-'-
V.irie Templet ii in I.oimI.i'i u: Ii
plav railed "Art an ')i;i.o' -
County has a great feed crop Hns
year hotii Milo Male and Kafir corn
being largely represented.
The F.agle flouring and feed mills
here are figuring on marketing this
f..!! I"11 cii's of cround iiiaie mixed
with bran while the feed mill of
the Canyon Craln Coal Compuny
exp.'cts to market 1 on cars of chop-
ped maize und kafir. Owing to
deeper pinning and more thau usual
irei.era'.ly Intensified cultivation bea-
ky wheat vields In many instances
were r.t.'rned this season some of
the )te!.s exieedliiR 30 bushels per
The i .ule Milling Company will
:ri!nt tli 11 season a total of between
I ".'On und lo.ooi) hushels of w heat.
he excellence of Haildllll Coiltltt
! iiet 1 oninian.llne an extended ship-
ping flour market
Randall County cHttle sals this
.1 -on are ahke active and market
topi inif Some of the net fUures
brir.j sai.eH at $311. yeirllir.'s at $1"
.1:1 I '..el
Hi. ii! .and bead of beef cattle are be-
n h'Miie fed around Canyon for
tie- holiday and New Yenrk expo't
! !. I; market
RESIOENCE II TUL1A
DESTROYED AT FIRE
1' I 'uly Nr
1 1. I ex. Oct. 2 1 Fire com-
' ihtroed the pretty little
1.: S I Jtlibr yesterday after-
'il.e fire department respond-
- iiiiiuly with their auto truck
.! unable to extinguish the
t t'i.- hiiildliii: was located
..Je of the water limits
i. 1 i-M'li lire was val'ieil at about
1 -.v. ; t 1 ;iiii insiiraiH u alnl the
i.ts were estimated at $Tso with
HARDWARE STORE IS
Francis Wilsons I1
fllrardol Is aj.tr;
V lelaide l-eiiii w relc.Ull a
t he toi k roin pa:iy in I ''
". . for t lir season
l.i !: ve a b'a.litiU' Fi.'lis
ball mai diatis. is to 11. .1
tl.eric.ltl vaudeville tour
Mrs Annie d.1111s. in.it:
1 oc h 1 ion pa ' v
Rot. r arw irk
d for the cast of
Northwestdru university's football
team for 1112 is built for weight and
Dot for speed according to Coach
Hammett. The l'urple athletic direc-
tor believes the game this season will
be a reversion to the contests of the
early '90s and thinks that a weak
light squad will Lavs utterly no
Ctiance against a heavy eleven bow
ever the former may outclass the lat-
ter in speed agility and knowl.idg.i
of tactics. Hammett thinks tho game
of 1312 especially built for such
schools as Yale Harvard and Prince-
ton In the east and MtunesoU and
Michigan In the west whete there la
always an abundance of heavy men
"This game koks to inn like the on
we played fifteen and twenty year
ago" declared Coach Hammett. "I
earnestly believe weight will count for
far more than speed agility and tac-
tical knowledge and 1 am budding my
team to conform to this belief. My
team will be a heavy as I can got
It and instead of sacrificing weight to
(peed as 1 have done since 1905 I
will turn the tables aud sucrllico
Speed to weight.
"1 have studied the rules since
they were first adopted and think the
gaiiKi especially built for the larger
ftchiKils. In my opinion no small team
can hope to cope thl.-t year with the
great universities of the east and west
1 and this Is n good thing for the light-
! or school will pay against each other
and cut out their contests with the
heavy teams which Is sure to lessen
lf the number of accidents. Yale and
j Harvard are sure to profit by the
I change la rule for they have heavy
teams One think about the change
I In rules Is that It Insures com-
Only Twenty Days More
To Enter For a Free
After November 15 Candidates lor Piano Prizes will not be
accepted unless special arrangement with Contest Manager.
No use fussing if you are coming in come in now.
$1330.00 Worth of Premiums
For the live Candidate receiving the greatest nnmber coupon
votes by January 1 1913. It costs nothing to enter and no-
thing but your time to win. II you are not interested yourself
nominate a friend; use counpon below.
Have you seen the $330.00 free piano on view at the
Panhandle Neat Market? Don't it look good to you? This
instrument will shortly decorate some Candidate's parlor and
at absolutely no cost and four others like it.
ALL $350.00 PIANOS
You Can Win One
The Panhandle Meat Market will give you 1000 votes for
every dollar spent in their Market and 2000 votes for every
dollar turned into the Market on Coupon Books by any Candi-
date. Get out among your friends: they will help you if you
will only let them know you mean business! Today is a good
day to start. Suppose you quit wishing and get action.
Standing of Candidates
Miss .leti rile Hutchinson. 0770
Mi.vs May Anderson ... 5740
Mis Angie Meal 5680
Miss Itetsey liewey .... 4920
Miss Itessie Hat'sdale .. 4620
Miss Marie iN-wey 362')
Miss Kstber Polilfn 3330
Miss Mave Tlmmons ... 3240
Miss Ana Lyons 3140
Mlns Myrtle McDonald. . 3070
MlKi Iturson 2870
Mrs. I .re Cillenpie 2470
MIsh l.eota Callahan . . . 2430
Miss Irene nies ... 1 720
T I'... llr
i ; v i elm-swell .
7 o :i'.i..
1 4 2::"
Hosa Jones 7920
I'rona Crutible .
Helen Koi ban .
I. f I'.arret!
'. I S"
i tUily Ni-
v it. N M . O t. 2 I Some tune
Li.-' night the Clovis Hardware Coin-'
l.my.H store hk rotihed and several
articles including a "gin pf value;
w.t taken. The same store was'
n hi d! al.oii1. tlx weeks axo. but up:
!' the present time the thief has'
not hern apprehended.
fori i.u i is .ii:i.
lit i:m !
nils oi ton is (iiNiti i nn
when nominating roiitcxtunt
or VOTFH for any conteM-
ant now In the race.
J.iri.s were ilei'Mied
her n."' b r
i ! otl.'.l
Mi s D 1 1- v
t 1 .
to . '
m Sl I i
Mrs. Uuiiit.oli .
W. L PONDER
I'l l tri the I ! -In nn se .
. i . ! . i mi radii f'r 1.M. I'.l.oU-
I.I.M. I'tie. lol'liel-. t-'L' 111 I'M-.
. li nt I'oml.-rs l'i t Shop I'lio-).- I-'1'.
I ..ml ili-pertor for the lllirrMlj A'dlili' M.irlnne Co.
Ii tp' wr 'er rep. ilr man. Tjrpe-
r'r r.'.' .'ti.'. ad .In:' nia hlne rtb-
oiib I t . r carried.
in wih'h I. ina Abarbanell is to j-'.ir . petition for places. With th- ram o
John K. Hefisliaw has written
play ailed 'The ;irl and the f! ;
Irlltl." which wil ... proline.
Charles Krohin.iii s ne-.' tf'isp'
production wit he T!o M i- .
Marse'.'" with Dotiabl Cr.m ;i '
K.l' a l aK.-r has be. ii ii j.!'. .!
the I' a tint f- mitiine ri.le i.-. I:n
' loi s aild llerieili! " Hi w hi
l: .'''h Her m to star
i. 1 1 tn- v j ; ii r. i
' oi-- ii' r.i "i : i:;i'M I . . r i
''' i' r- in a n iini'i rof
' ' r ' v !:?: .' '-nil. pan
!':': f'. 'rle hi r inat!i
' .: k In i'D'd 'he I'.i !lf I I ..'.'!
I ri.-' fe:is i hi .ti.. w i! I . v I
'.i .r of t he print ipal i iti.
S.ir.il Co. (. Moyne la. .. . n
n'.ice. v the Shiiher's for the in!"
.f t he inii'hi-r In 'The F;e I'ru.k
on of I batik-
' i n k ii I'.ro
for which re'-enrsal-i b
In tie ornpan to suport Mar.-i-rt
Wyherlr In 'The Fi-l.t" a'-
E I ird Km.-ry. Kdv Moila-i .
.riv I : h. William V V. v ar I
T' th':tie- are Tifn' n.t:
i'l. ;!odvs I'nrer. author of tn.
book of "The Merry Counts" '.o-
two romir opera. !. f r-' o'
hlrh m tn f f.ti.he.. rhr.'n.a-
l'h.ir'e I" N rill nir-. ''ea tcc. r
of ' Tb.. ' i and I ili WKif- '
a'i 1 m 1 i.j. a la pt ion wp i...
V. .;a-! r an ar.J .(;..(
ft c to V; . f ..; i
radically changed veterans of 1310
1 and 1911 aro entitled to no special
j consideration for the things which
I won them places in previous year art
; of no avail to them now and they
inust demonstrate th;r superiority In
the new game befotH they ran com
I under consideration
rj "I believe most of tln lay this
year will 1 In t.n k!" driven and thai
i tackl'-s w ill bo th" i ;. ot.il n.'-n of tha
i teams Tb. r- w ill I.. no to I " lota of
e;i-ht lit t.ir'h'.e nt.d end Hint tin) men
' Ida v I nit t!.... ii. ;;: Tut st bo In I
il . .'el '..i.' :..m fur f)i.v
r i' 1 1 i " r " '
ar to bear tin- hr.Kit r Mi attack. I j
d'l tlol biok to Ken lll'l' ll O." tll'l OpCQ
game Tim forward tan never has
been a consistent ground gainer and
with the four down rilo I believe
many teams wiin n in ior.'nr seajn
rdled upon the play will abandon It
or at l-'ast us it only utou special
"Th chief imo of thi f irward past
this );tr will be to keep an op-
Jol.i fit s :t:e op.-n '4k tntnm will
I.- ur.atde to rxer-ite th s for a heavy
t.-a:n can (lay i'm llr.i in ( I'm to
watiti fi r l.i..' 1 1 . h aid ran keep 1U
heavy barks on th) Ixikout for for-
ward passe There will t no DKM-
ulty for keeping a lo koat for ontld
kirks this i.'ti'in and two rood heavy
Lack flepj men ran mash all the for.
ward i.ih romblt.at.ons that are
started avainst th m Heavier tea ma
will ( ei abl.-d to ifeej. their OO-
poner.t K'ieti!r.. bu' th ol us of
th- for nr. 1 pass w 11 a tactical
oiic. n'.t or." r.-li'-d up n for con-
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YOU AR E S U K E
In i;et the I'i'st if V'HI insure III the
Union Central Life Insurance Co.
A Progressive Old Line Company.
I.VI.KY I'OI.K Y ON I HI ANM'AI IDI.ND PLAN
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TER MARKET FOR FRIDAY
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OKRA TURNIPS. CAULIFLOWKR
PARSLLY GRLLN PLPPLRS
OYSTF.R PLANT CARROTS
HOT HOUSE LETTUCE.
CONCORD GRAPES GRAPE FRUIT
FRESH COCOANUTS CRANBERRIES
AND SLICED HALIBUT
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