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4 Tuesday. August 8, 1911. EL PASO HERALD Amateur Champions Of West Texas - The “ White Sox ” Bail Team Of Pecos, Texas IF YOU DON'T GET IN ON THIS You’ll Be Sorry! They’ve Got to Go Quick Better Be on Hand Early THE BALANCE OF OUR $25 r* $10 $20 ir $ 8.00 $15 ¡r. $7.00 $10 s,r. $4.oo Your Checking Account T HIS Bank cordially invites all persons who receive and pay out money, whether in large or small amounts, to open checking accounts, thereby providing positive safety for money and the greatest convenience for the handling of funds. The First National Bank EL PASO. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $800,000.00 Banking Hours—10 a. m. to 3 p. m. 10 a. m. to 12 m. 5 p. m. to 8 p. m. Saturdays All because we are going out of business and quit for good. THE Top row, left to right: Chas. Martin, manager and third base; Rarey, pitcher; Kerr, left field; Landrum, firsa base; Garderner, left field; Collins, catcher, R. Hai; ison, sub, Moran, right field. Bottom row: Voyles, pitcher; Anderson, sub.; C. Harrison, center field; Miles, stortstop: Browning*, captain and second base. This team has not lost a series this season, having won 14 games out of 18 games played. It was the only team in Texas shutting out the Sioux indians 1_ to 0, has defeated every team played between Baird nd El Paso. It plays only home boys and not a man receives a cent of salary. It is open to dates to any team playing home men. ❖ <♦ ♦> <* ♦> •> ♦> ♦> <» ♦♦♦ ♦> .j. •5» .1 ❖ c* BASEBALL RESULTS. Monday’s Games. ❖ •> ❖ ♦> <♦ ♦> ♦> ♦> *> <♦ ♦> ♦> ♦> ♦> <« WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY. American Lenjfne, Chicago at Philadelphia. St. Louis at Washington. Detroit at New York. Cleveland at Boston. National League. Boston at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at St. Louis. New York at Chicago. Philadelphia at Pittsburg. Gossip of Games Here and On OtKer Fields of Sport THEY yr-» THEY WIN IF TODAY. LOSE WHERE THEY PLAY TOMORROW. American Leag-ue. Chicago at Philadelphia. St. Louis at Washington. Detroit at New York. Cleveland at Boston. National League. Boston at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at St. Louis. New York at Chicago. Philadelphia at Pittsburg. ' (By Paul Dreyfuss, the Pirate manager, says he was not stung for slipping St. Paul $22,500 for Marty O’Toole. He says the heaviest batters in the various rosters will fan in vain the atmosphere when Marty does stunts with the sphere. O'Toole has been doing excellent work recently. In two of his recent games, he struck out 29 men. Oh yes, we get you now, Dreyfuss! Chicago and Philadelphia, in the American league, fought a close pitcher’s battle Monday. The game lasted 14 innings, and the final score showed Philadelphia had won. 2 to 1. That was bad enough to make Chi sore, but one of the two had to lose, and it might have been worse. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Cincinnati. R. H. E. Cincinnati .................031 010 20x—8 16 1 Boston ....................000 002 000—2 8 1 Batteries: Cincinnati, Smith ana Clarke; Boston, Mattern, Perdue and Kling. In the society game Sunday afternoon between the Country club and the officers of the Fourth cavalry, the clubmen batted around twice in the first inning. The game closed in the fourth inning, with the clubers barely nosing out a 21 to 4 victory. Nafe.) gardener of the Chicago Cubs, is still leading the National league on hOme runs. In a recent doubleheader, Schulte speared two of the fence busters out of five times at bat. FAMOUS Cor. San Antonio and Broadway When Ping Bodie told Comisky that he had a new ping to sign, Commy got «ore and told Bodie to leave that to him; but when Mr. Bodie told the Sox manager that it was his latest arrival, the drinks were on Comisky. The recent Injury to manager Red Dooin, of the Phillies, has brought shortstop Dolan into the limelight. He will manage the Quakers until Dooin is able to get back into the game. Sam Schwartz continues his rooting, but^the Mexicans still occupy the bottom. Buy a megaphone, Samuel, and maybe those Internationals can hear you. At St. Louis. r. Hi E. Brooklyn ..................002 010 000—3 7 2 St. Louis ..... ------- 200 110 OOx—4 6 2 Batteries: Brooklyn, Schardt, Scanlon and Bergen; St. Louis, Steel and Bresnahan, Bliss. At Pittsburg. R. H. E. Pittsburg . .................000 100 Olx — 2 3 2 Philadelphia ......001 000 000—1 8 2 Batterie«: Pittsburg, Adams and Gibson; Philadelphia, Chalmers and Morali. “Bull” Durham is the last manager to be canned from the Charleston team. They have tried six of the commanders already, and as the season is only a little past half over, maybe they can put the rollers on a few more. Hill, the sporty pill manipulator for the Millers, can bat about as well as he can pitch. Sunday he cracked a sky-kisser for two sacks, scoring a couple of runners. II ..............1 - -............................■—............. Texas League. No Win LoseGame .564 .556 .560 .547.552 1 .543 .548 .513.517 .513 .504.509 Dallas .............................483.475 .479 Oklahoma City ....471.462 .466 ! .365 .368 National League . No WinLoseGame .621 .611 .617 .612.602 .608 .588 .593 .582 .571 .577 .556 .561 .443 .448 .377 .381 Boston ......................... .230 .220 .222 Several fans believe that Mathewson is gono for good. The old machine Mathewson and Myers, went down in defeat before Brown and Archer, of Chicago, Monday. The same pair had never had a look in before. The Boston Nationals lost another game Monday. Strange, isn’t it? Of course they have won 22 games out of 99, and that’s going some for a team that can masticate three beany squares per day. At Chicago. R. PL E. Chicago ......... .012 202 03x—8 10 3 New York .......000 100 122—6 13 3 Batteries: Chicago, Brown an(i Archer; New York, Mathewson and Myers. AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Philadelphia. R. H. E. Chicago ....000 000 000 000 10—1 7 2 Philadelphia 000 000 000 000 11—2 9 1 Batteries: Chicago, Scott and Payne; Philadelphia, Bender, Danforth and Thomas. Seoond game. R. H. E. Chicago .......000 000 200 0-—2 5 3 Philadelphia ...001 000 100 1—3 10 2 Batteries: Chicago, Walsh and Suit* livan; Philadelphia, Morgan and Livingstone. At Boston. R. H. E. Boston ..................100 011 000—3 11 5 Cleveland ..................100 006 010—8 13 2 Batteries: Boston, Wood and Car- The two Cubans, Marsans and Almeida, are a sure enough find for the Cincinnati aggregation. Marsans is really the better of the two, as he is a good hitter, -and has proved himself a bear in stealing bases. Wanted—Someone to translate Art i Woods's score book. He writes down a triple play with one little curve, which includes the player’s figuring in the deed. O. U. shorthand. The highest score made in the City league this season was made Saturday, when the Millers spanked the Sox, 13 to 5. Frank Schulte. the plucky right Things seem to brighten for the Cubs in the pennant race. But maybe Marquard will save the series for New l York yet. rigan; Cleveland, Greg» and Fisher. Restores color to Gray or Faded hair—Removes Dandruff and invigorates the Scalp Promotes a luxuriant, healthy hair growth—Stops its falling out. Is not a dye. 51.00 and 50c at Drug Stores or direct upon receipt of price and dealer* name. Send 10c for sample bottle.-Philo Kay Specialties Co.. JNewark, N. J., U.S.A. vfcEFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTE* FOR SALE AND RECOMMENDED BY KNOBLAUCH DRUG CO. KELLY & POLLARD» At New York. R. H. E. Detroit ....................... 100 020 400—7 12 3 New York ____ ...000 420 000—6 10 0 Batteries: Detroit, Summers, Works aind Stanage; New York, Caldwell and Sweeney. At Washington. R. H. E. Washington 000 001 OOx—1 4 2 St. Louiis ....................000 000 000—0 2 2 Batteries: Washington, Groom and Street; St. Louis, Pelty and Stephens. Second game. R. H. E. Washington .....000 020 121 —6 13 2 St. Louis .. ___.351 020 011—13 10 1 Batteries Washington, Gray, Cashion and Ainsmith; St. Louis, George and Kritchell. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Columbus: Indianapolis, 3; Columbus, 2. At Minneapolis: Kansas City, 1; Minneapolis, 0. At Toledo: Louisville, 2; Toledo, 0. Twelve innings. At St. Paul: St. Paul-Milwaukee, no game; rain. WESTERN LEAGUE. At St. Joseph. rt. II. E. Omaha . ...................100 000 003—4 7 1 St. Joseph .......000 000 010—1 6 3 Batteries: Omaha, Robinson and Arbogast; St. Joseph, Chellette, Froman and Gossett. At Denver. Lincoln Denver Batteries : R. H. E. ...004 001 000— 5 5 2 ..034 002 07x—16 21 1 Lincoln, Wol verton, Knapp, Hagerman, McCormick and Me- Graw; Denver, Schreiber and Spahr. At Sioux City. R. H. E. Des Moines ..........000 000 003— 3 9 5 Sioux City .............004 800 OOx—12 17 2 Batteries: Des Moines, Wilson and Dawson; Sioux City, Huestou, Hersche and Ultowski. SOUTHERN LEAGUE. At Birminghom: First game, Birmingham, 3; Atlanta, 2. Second game, Birmingham, 4; Atlanta, 1. Seven innings. At New Orleans: New Orleans, 5; Memphis, 2. At Mobile: Nashville-Mobile game postponed; wet grounds. TEXAS LEAGUE. At Waco: Waco, 0; Dallas, 5. At Oklahoma City: Oklahoma City, 14: Fort Worth, 3. At Austin: Austin, 5; Houston, S. At San Antonio: San Antonio, 11; Galveston, 1. NOT SATISFIED WITH $10,000 PUSHES $50,000 DAMAGE SUIT. New York, N. Y., Aug. 8. — John M. Ward, former baseball star, has appealed to the United States circuit court of appeals from a decision denying him a new trial In his suit to recover $50,000 from president "Ban” Johnson of the American league for slander. Ward is not satisfied with the $10,000 verdict awarded him. FAVORITES IN BAD AT THE BUTTE TRACK MONDAY. Butte Mont., Aug. 8.—Favorites fared badly in the racing at Butte track, second choices and long shots having all the better of it. The win of El Perfecto of the third race, at 20 to 1, was the surprise of the day. An unlucky start lost the last race for the favorite, Twilight Queen. BROWN GETS DECISION. Baltimore, Md„ Aug. 8.—“Knockout” Brown of New York, got the decision over .Toe Ferguson of Philadelphia, in a 10 round bout here tonight. Brown was the agressor throughout American Lenone. Philadelphia . . ..............653 Detroit . . ................... . .647 Boston . .............................519 New York . ................. .510 Chicago . ..........................505 Cleveland . ......................505 Washington . . ...............398 St. Louis .........................314 No DON’T MISS THIS The Rosebud Mandolin Quartet and Sweet Singers will be here this evening—8 to 10. Delicious Drinks, Pure Ice Cream, Entrancing Music. gujj M ASO LoseGame .644 .650 .637 .644 .510 .515 .500 .505 .495 .500 .495 .500 .388 .392 .304 .307 STANDING OF CLUBS. Texan League. Won. Lost. Pet Austin . . ..................................65 San Antonio .......................64 Ho u si on . . .......................... . 63 Waco ........... i..........60 Fort Worth ....................59 Dallas . ....................................56 Oklahoma City . ... .55 Galveston .................43 51 52 52 56 57 61 63 74 .560 .552 .548 .517 .509 ,479 .466 .368 National Len«nie. Won Lost Pct Chicago ...................................58 36 .617 Pit.tsburg . ................... .59 38 .608 New York ......................57 39 .593 Philadelphia .......................56 41 .577 St. Louis ............... ..... ..55 43 .561 Cincinnati ............................ 43 53 . .448 Brooklyn ..............................37 60 .381 Boston . ........................22 77 .222 American Lengne. Won Philadelphia . . ................65 Detroit . ............... 65 Bostom .................................. . 53 New York ............................51 Chicago ..............................50 Cleveland ............... . 52 Washington .......................40 St. Louis..............................31 Lost Per. 3 5 3 6 50 50 50 52 62 70 .650 .644 .515 .505 .500 .500 .392 .307 RBESNAHAN INJURED. St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 8.—Manager Roger Bresnahan, of the St. Louis Nationals was hurt during the game with Brooklyn. Bresnahan was hit on the right ankle by a foul tip in the sixth Inning. One of the small bones wa*s shattered. Tit is probable that he will be out of the game for some time. TO test racing law . Butte, Mont., Aug. 8.—Preliminary .^teps will be taken today to test the anti-racing gambling law, when bettors will be arrested at the Butte Jockey club’s track on a charge of violating the law. TOM MURPHY WINS. Jeffersonville, Ind.,-Aug. 8.—Tommy Murphy, of New York, was g-iven the decision over Battling Hurley, of Boston, at the end of a fast 10 round bout here last night. Murphy was the aggressor throughout. Buy it now. Now is the time to buy a bottle of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over. This remedy has no superior. For sale by all dealers. Miss Cora K. Walker left Monday afternoon for Los Angeles, where she will spend three weeks’ vacation. LAS CRUCES WINS THE BOWLING MATCH Valley Players Hang It All Over the Local Nine * Pin Men. In a telephone match Monday night, the Las Cruces Yannigans trimmed the Cactus Club Colts, 2485 to 2359. The game was a close one throughout, and was not put on ice until toward the last when the Yannigans took a lucky streak and slipped over 126 pins that the Colts were unable to make. Wood, of the annlgans, cornered high game and high total with 202 and 567. The game in figures follows: Cactus Club Colts— Moelich ............................156 140 155 451 Perkins ............................169 157 176 502 Fisher ..............................167 129 107 403 Smith .................................192 180 180 552 Shackelford ..................156 152 143 451 Totals, 840 758 761 2359 Las Cruces Yannigans— Camunez .......................154 141 140 345 Tillman ............................179 130 154 463 Wood .................................202 199 166 567 Gonzales .........................i7g iag 157 4g| Frenger .........................180 167 192 539 Totals, 893 773 819 2985 Margin for Las Cruces, 126. High game, Wood, 202. High total. Wood, 567. (1o«e Local Game. Weaber and Critchett tangled Monday night at the Cactus club in the regular tournament. The game was one of the closest fought this year, as Weaber’s aggregation only nosed out a 2677 to 2588 victory, 98 pins to the good. Weaber speared high game and high total, 256 and 1001. but it also happened that he pulled down low game with 131. Critchett still maintains third place as he is there to stay. The game: Weaber .............223 212 179 131 256 1001 Schütz ...............136 155 158 197 169 815 Campbell .......... 144 170 204 177 166 861 Totals, 503 537 541 505 591 2677 Critchett ------201 204 178 188 158 929 Trimble ..........145 177 167 171 197 857 IT ill .................... 187 182 150 137 146 802 Totals, 533 556 495 496 501 2588 Points won, Weaber 4, Critchett 2. High game, Weaber, 256. High total, Weaber, 1001. Strike out, Hill 2, Critchett. Thursday—Houck vs. Calisher. AWARDS CONTRACT FOR BUNGALOW ON NEVADA ST. Bids have been opened for the new bungalow of Dr. B. F. Stevens, on Nevada street. The bungalow will cost $4,500 and the contract for its erection was awarded to I,. M. Clark. BI RMAN MAKES NEW RECORD. Scranton, Pa., Aug. 8.—Bob Burman, driving a 200 horsepower Blitzen Benz, established a new record for a mile on a half mile track, covering the distance in one minute and eight seconds, 2-5 seconds better than the record. The world's record on a half mile track Is one minute and six seconds, this having been acomplished on a circular banked track. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hadley will leave Monday morning to join a camping party leaving Silver Clt.v for Mimbres Spring- Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Company CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $350,000.00. Resources Over $2,500,000. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Open Saturday Evenings, We are in the market for loans of $1000.00 to $5000.00 on improved property in the City of El Paso. Thè ability to properly care for the needs of the people, has brought us over 6000 satisfied depositors. We can serve 1000 more. WILL YOU BE ONE? W. W. Turney, Prest. W. Cooley, V. P. and Mgr. S. T. Turner, Vice Prest. W. E. Arnold, Cashier. H. E. Christie, Secretary. F. M. Murchison, Asst. Cashier. Sig. N. Schwabe, Asst. Cashier. State National Bank ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881 CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $200,000 INTEREST PAID ON SAVING ACCOUNTS C. R. MOREHEAD, President. C. N. BASBETT, Vice Pie ride JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pr«i. GEO. D. FLORY, C*»hier. L. J. GILCHRIST, Asst. Cashier. BANK BY MAIL Just as easy to open a saving» account with tu as though you l*rei next door. Y\T PAY 4% Interest compound«*! Twice Every Year. We d« business under the Depositor’s Guaranty Law of the State of Texas and are a Guaranty Fund Bank as provided by such Law. Our plan, in addition to being convenient, is safe, profitable and liberal. Nobody has ever loet a dollar in a State Bank in Texas. Write today for our free booklet < ‘BANKING BY MAIL” or simply mail your deposit. . EL PASO BANK TRUST CO. EL PASO, TEXAS. A Great Mistake Is made if you do not investigate * ‘Our Plan.” Think of “Entertainment’’ for yourself and friends for One Dollar per Week. New Machines, New Styles, New Records, Everything New. Victor Talking Machines and Edison Phonographs on Free Trial. Write us, Telephone us, Send word by messenger, In some way let us know that you would like a machine on 4‘Free Trial” one of these evenings. Now “Who's Who” on El Paso St. and “What’s Our Plan?” W. G. WALZ COMPANY $1.00 Per Week. Catalog On Application. E! Paso Rubber and Auto Supply Co. “JOBBERS AND RETAILERS.” SEARCHLIGHT GAS TANKS Best equipped Vulcanizing Plant in Southwest. Most Complete line Auto Supplies. MANEUVER DIVISION FORMALLY ENDED Washington, IX C., Aug. 8.—The maneuver division that was mobilized at San Antonio, Texas, early in March, has been formally ordered out of existence. For several weeKs the division has consisted only of a brigade of infantry and a regiment of cavalry. This action merely deprives it of tho designation, and detached the divisional staff officers, who are ordered to their regular posts. Brigadier general Ralph W. Hoyt, the commander, will return to St. Paul, leaving colonel John L. Van Orsdale, of the 17th infantry, in charge of the j infantry brigade and a regiment of cavalry, which are now made a part of the department of Texas. These troops will not be ‘withdrawn until the situation } has completely cleared in Mexico. ITCHING SKIN QUICKLY COOLED Hot weather means skin trouble for many people, but now you can stop the iti h instantly. Just a few drops of the cooling and healing winter green lotion and the itch is gone—not in half an hour—not in ten minutes—but in five seconds. This simple wash is known as D. D. i I). Prescription for Eczema, and usu- I ally sells for $1.00 a bottle, but now i by special arrangement you can get ' trial size bottle for 25 cents. This will be enough to show you why we always recommend D. D. L). for all skin troubles. I>. D. l>. gives instant relief. Kelly &. Pollard. The bigrgeat Poultry Food Manufacturer in the world. Try a ba* of his Feed. Purina Scratch Feed Makes Hens Lay. Purina Chick Feed Saves Baby Chicks. (Always In Checkerboard Bags) FOR SALE BY Bruce Seeton (Successor to O. Gr. Seeton & Son) EL PASO. Try Heraid Want Ada.

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