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The Herald's Sporting News
- TCT, PASO WFR.ATIJ jhum.
ASSURED FOB FAIR
Prizes of $2000 ximiounced.
Restrictions of the
Thn El Paso fair baseball tourna
ment Ib aswured. The purses for the
fair tournament have been announced
oy John W. Fisher"cba.irman of the
committee. The prize for the winning'
team wil be the same as last year,
$1000. The second prize will be $G00.
the third prize $40. The entrance fee
will be $50 for each club. Letters have
been mailed to the manager of the dif
ferent teams in the southwest, inviting
them to enter the tournament, wnich
vv ill be pteyed during the El Paso Fair
and Exposition, October 29 to Xovefn
The restrictions as to the players to
bf used in the tournamont gamas have
been removed and any player -will be
permitted to compete in any of the
trains upon condition that he fs in EI
Paso on the night of October 2S. The
tan competing- in the fair tourna
ment will pay their own expenses, al
though the divsion of the purse money
will enable three of the four teams to
more than break even "on the prizes to
It is the intention of the baseball
committee of the fair to make the base
ball tournament one of the biggest fea
tures 01 tne secona annual lair, ana j
the schedule will be arranged to allow
the best games to be played on the
feature days of the big exposition.
Teething chilaren have more or less
diarrhoea, which can be-"eontrolled by
giving Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
3iarrhoea Remedy. All that Is neces
sary Is to give the prescribed dose af
ter each operation of the bowels more
than natural and then castor oil to
cleanse the system. It is safe and sure.
Fold by alx dealers.
Buy Your California Ticket
As Far As Pizmo Beach.
The Ideal pleasure resort of all j
coast beaches on the Pacific coast. In
Sjan Luis Obispo county, Cal., half way
"between Los Angeles and San Fran
cisco, on the Southern Pacific Coast
Line; 5 trains daily from Los Angeles.
FIrstclass hotel. Tent city in conjunc
tion. Pleasure and comfort and all
kinds of amusements. Pizmo Beach
Is the safest beach to bath, and the
most beautiful, the widest and longest
on the west coast of the United States.
Special weekly and monthly rates to
guests. Now under new management.
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. STATISTICAL BALL DOPE. .
. By Art Woods. &
WHERE TKEV PLAY FRIDAY.
Brooklyn at Pittsburg-.
St. Louis at Washington.
Detroit at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at Boston.
Chicago at New York.
Oklahoma City afr Fort Worth.
Shreveport at Dallas.
Waco at Houston.
San Antonio at Galveston.
Douglas at El Paso.
HOW THEY STAND.
iRNr' JHfl R-i?55g
atrengtn (A Oornponnd
Kipp, released by San Antonio and
signed by Galveston, is now playing
with the latter club.
Jackson and En of Dallas are now
carrying off the batting honors of that
Fayer, center fielder of the Galves
ton Sand Crabs, recently signed, is play
ing a good game and hitting with a fair
degree of regularity.
Salms's leg continues in bad shape
and he is practically useless with the
Houston team. He will take a Jay off
for a week or two.
Wetzel, placing with Galveston, has
been released, to return to his home to
undergo an operation.
Gardner, formerly with Austin in the
Texas league but now on second with
Boston in the American, is hitting close
Storch, of Dallas, after a day's rest,
recently got a double and two singles
out of four times at bat and all three
came at a time when men were on
bases and they counted for runs.
SIcLean, the new catcher for Galves
ton, is otocky-
haustion; for de-
Dility ; for insomnia;
now prepared in
most highly effica-
ceouB tablet form. ?2
per box. Lasts one
month. Sold in
El Paso onlv by
Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon Hotel.
Shontz, of Dallas, is making a won-
fL0Tne I Pitched 22 games, won 14 and lost 8.
eay J-Or GCpiCiea , T tt f ;rn V. V.oc cfrnfV mil- 11fi man
nerve lorce; lor ex- """- J, r i.Tot" r - "
i iiliU K.I1UW CU UUL J.OO 11IL. nc IS I1U
leading the league in pitching.
Photographs below show thV correct -water, with a firm stroke, until a little
positions when using the breast stroke.
Beginning at the left are:
First and last position of breast
stroke. Body straight on water, with
Slight downward slant, head erect, arms
stretched out parallel in front on sur
face, palms dov-n. legs together,
straight, ana toes pointing backward.
'Second position of breast stroke.
Hands, after being turned back to
back, are swept along just under the
bevond the right angle, when they are
urned palms downward and rounded
into the bodj-.
Third position of breast stroke
from the chest the arms are pushed
out slowly to original position. As
the arms move forward the knees are
firs-t bent and then opened, keeping '
l oe's together, and then straightened
out as in position Xo. 4.
Photographs below beginning at
Fourth position of breast stroke. As
the arms are about to attain the fnll
reach, the legs from the position shown
here are snapped sharply closed, as
.shown in first position. The body is
then allowed to glide until momentum
This picture shows the correct po
sition of the bodv in the water the
surface cutting between the mouth and
the nose. The swimmer is here shown
the I gliding after having snapped legs to-
5- SPORTLETS. 4
(By Tim.) 4
Chance landed two three baggers,
scored every trip, and yesterday's Chi
cago at Pittsburg game tied up in the j
eighth. The home players strained out
the winning run in the eleventh frame.
Evers kicked on a verdict and was rail
Becker of .ew xork made a one run
circuit and tied the score in the ninth
at Boston yesterdaj'. The visitors
bunched hits off Brown in the four
teenth, and beans were spread around
to the tune of 8 to 5.
Follie Levy, the favorite, -was left at
the post in Empire City yesterday, and
Ben Loyal proved the cashing surprise.
At Latonia, Mutuels'did better than 35
to J on Mayor Head, the winner, while
45 to 1 was paid for Sylvestris. Four
choices cashed at Buena Vista.
Morgan being strong at the proper
time, and with better support, Philadel
phia won at Washington yesterday. It
was 2 and 3, with 10 unsuccessful hits
for the home teamers.
Koestner of Cleveland was invincible
in all but the eighth. Cleveland net
ted 5 runs against Chicago's 4. Hits
were held down going and coming.
In the very last inning. Fox of St.
Joe hammered out a circuit, and that
won against Denver, 6 to 0. Each club
made one -error.
In an exhibition mile against time j
at Pjeoria, 111., yesterday, Cero II.,
owned by Robert Demlng of Cleveland,
made a new American record for boats
under 32 feet. The distance was made
in 1:49 2-5, or at the rate of 32.90
miles an hour.
jChicago . .
When Jackson, of the Dallas .team, re-
y 1 11 111111 mbm ma j
i vk JMI i
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I re Jou contemplating a
JIUA'TUNG- or MSHENG
Are jou interested in
If so write Traffic Department
Mfxict Northwestern Hallway
Trains leave CIDDAD JUAEEZ
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays:
1:25 P. M. (M exican time)
1:00 P. M. (El Paso time)
DAILY SERVICE From
H. a FERRIS, General Manager
T. E. EYAX, Traffic ifenaer.
place, a purse of 85 was presented to
The latest pitching averages of the
National league show that Drucke, the
Texas collegian with New York, has
pitched five games, 'winning three and
losing two. He stands 21st In the list
of National league batters.
Wheat, another Texan, playing the
outfield with Brooklyn, is eighth in
the list of batters, having an average
of .322. He has played in 53 games.
Ens, of Dallas, is now crowding Tony
Thebo, of the same earn, for the base
stealing Tecord in the Texas league.
Both of them are fat on their feet.
Eugene Moore, the southpaw sold by
Dallas to Pittsburg and by that team
to New Britain in the Connecticut league,
is making good and will probably be re
called to Pittsburg.
ne Jueaoe ease
I At Portland
R. H. E.
3 6 1
1 9 4
Batteries Vernon, Hltt and Hogan;
Portland, Knapp and Murray. Ten .innings.
At Philadelphia R. h. E.
Brooklyn ...20010012 0 6 8 0
Philadelphia 10000001 0 2 9 4
Batteries Brooklyn, Bell and Ber-
'. gen; Philadelphia, Maroney and Jack-
Umpires O'Day and Brennan.
1SEAIL ACCIDENT ON
SMELTER CAR LINE
A smelter street car gxing over the
Rio Grande street hill from Sunset
Heights came near running wild Wed
nesday afternoon. The front brake re
fused tc work and it was necessary to
set the rear brake before the car could
be stopped. The motor also began
smoking- and caused the passengers to
become excited, although no one at
tempted to get off the car.
Misses "Vera Chenoweth and Lizzie
Birsch left Wednesday for Long Beach,
Cal., to spend a month.
Peach Ice cream delivered after sup-
I per. Phone the Elite.
At Pittsburg (11 Innings) R. H. E.
Chicago 0000101000 0 2 7 4
Pitts ...0000000200 1 3 12 "0
Batteries Chicago, Richie and Ar
cher; Pittsburg, Camnitz and Gibson.
Umpires Rigler and Emslie.
At Boston (14 innings) R. H. E.
New York.. 000 000 003 000 05 8 11 1
Boston 003 000 000 000 00 3 10 2
Batteries New York, Mathewson and
Meyers; Boston, Brown and Raridon.
Umpires Johnstone and Morgan j
At St. Louis R. H. E.
Cincinnati ..00000001 0 1 7 0
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2
Batteries Cincinnati, Gaspar and
McLean; St. Louis, Corridon and Bres
nahan. Umpires Klein and Kane.
At New York (first game) R. H. E.
Boston 00000001 1 2 8 1
New York...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 6 0
Batteries Boston, Cicotte and Carri
gan; New York, Quinn and Sweeney.
At New York (second game)
R. H. E.
Boston 4 00Q1000 0 5 10 2
New York -.00011001 0 3 11 2
Batteries Boston, Arrellanes, Smith
and Kleinow; New York, Hughes and
At Omaha r. h. E.
Lincoln. . .000030000 4 7 12 2
Omaha. . .0 10000011 03 6 G
Batteries Lincoln, Geist and Clark;
Pmaha, Stower, Keeley, Rhoades and
At Sioux City r. h e.
Des Moines. 0 14 3 10 2 2 013 161 5
Sioux City .304-4 2300 x 16 17 5
Batteru -Eos Moines, Hersche and
Neal; Siou.v City, Freeman, Alderman,
O'Toole and Miller.
At Topeka r. jj. E.
Wichita. . -.0 0110002 2 G 11 1
Topeka. . ..00000 2 00 0 2 6 3
Batteries Wichita,' Durham and
Jokerst; Topeka, Young and Kerns.
At St. Joseph r. h. .E.
Denver. . -.01002000 2 5 S 1
St. Joseph... 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 3 6 11 1
Batteries Denver, Schreiber, Hager
man, Olmstead and McMurray; St. Jo
seh, Manske, Johnson and Frambes.
At San Francisco R.
Batteries Oakland, Willis
At Los Angeles R.
Los Angeles 4 5 4
San Francisco 2 4 1
Batteries Los Angeles, Castleton
and Smith; San Francisco, Sutor and
Nashville Nashville 1-0; Birming
ham 0-1; two games.
Atlanta Atlanta 1; New Orleans 4.
game postponed; rain.
Memphis Memphis 0; Montgomery 3.
- WOMAN RESISTS EXTRADITION.
Rdswell. N. M., July 7. Mrs. Delia
Raplee, arrested at Wichita Falls, Tex.,
charged with having aided George W.
Reeves, formerly of Roswell. to cash a
worthless draft at one of Roswell's
banks, has so far successfully resisted
all efforts to bring her to Roswell.
She was released from jail at Wichita
Falls five times.
m Railways of Isiios
Prom El Paso to the following xDoints and return
Agnas Calientes $25.55
Chihuahua . 6.75
Celaya , 30.90
Burango , 21.60
Mexico City 36.30
U. S. Cy.
San Luis Potosi 29.15
Santa Rosalia 9.70
Silao k. 29.25
Vera Cruz 44.95
At Detroit R. H. E.
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 4 0 11 1 7 9 1
Detroit 10002100 0 i 7 3
Batteries St. Louis, Ray and Killi-
fer; St- Louis, Killian, Works and
Umpires Dineen and Connoly.
At Washington R. H. E.
Philadelphia 02010000 0 3 7 0
Washington 0001 0 100 0 2 12 2
Batteries Philadelphia, Morgan and
Donohue; Washington, Groome and
Umpires Perrine and Egan.
Tickets on sale Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of each week during
June, July, August and September, limit of thirty days from date of sale
without stopover privileges. For further information call on or address
A. DULOHERY, ,
City Passenger Agent, El Paso, Texas.
Send 10 cents silver for sample copy of
Mexico JPocIay Magazine
MEXICO TODAY MAGAZINE
Apartado 5 Bis, Mexico D. P.
At Cleveland: R. H. E.
Chicago 00000004 0 4 7 C
Cleveland ..30000001 1 5 9 1
Batteries Chicago, Olmstead and
Block; Cleveland, Koestner and Eas
terly. Umpire Evans.
. - .-
At Galveston R. H.
San Antonio 2 7
Galveston 3 5 2
Batteries San Antonio, Blanding and
Yontz; Galveston, HIse and Brown.
At Houston R. H. E.
Waco 3 4 4
Houston 6 9 1
Batteries Waco, Ogles and Gordon;
Houston, Hornsby, Kelsey, Eubanks
At Ft. Worth R. H. E.
Oklahoma City. 2 9 0
Ft. Worth 3 10 4
Batteries Oklahoma City, 'Chelette
and Xoyes; Ft. Worth, McKay and
Umpires Bandjr and Deardoff ; 10 innings.
1111 " III II
At Dallas R. H. E.
Shreveport 0 4 1
Dallas 1 5 1
Batteries Shreveport, Lingenfeller
and Hennimann; Dallas, Evans and
Umpire Hulbert; 10 innings.
When the stomxCh fails to perform its
functions, the bowels become deranged,
the liver and the kidneys congested
causing numerous diseases. The stomach
and liver must be restored to a healthy
condition and Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets can be depended upon
to do it. Easy to take and most effect
ive. Sold by all dealers.
Bisbee is now back to tbe two old
pitchers, Doan and Marshall, with prac
tically nobody in sight. Dalrymple is
a pretty much worried man, with a
team rendered disgruntled and grouchy
by defeat and a bunch of fans pressing
Into commission all the hammers in the
From the team's work early in the
season, rliere must be something rad
ically wrong, or else it is in only a
temporary slump. With the best hit
ting bunch in the league, on statistics
to date, thero's no reason why the
team should keep on sliding down. The
hitting is not falling a bit. The pitch
ing Is what's the matter.
The Cactus league needs Bisbee. It
doesn't want to see the Maroons fall
down, as tbe team has made the game
mighty interesting up to the present
The appointment of Jackson as manager-captain
of the Mavericks gives
universal satisfaction. The big first
sacker has been one of the hardest
workers on the team, and his pretty
catches and headwork have been the
subjects of much admiration. That he
will inject new life into the team and
,j?et tne cogs working together Is a
foregone conclusion. That third base
man Hewitt, who was temporarily in
charge of the team, is satisfied with
the change, is evidenced by his state
ment of, "Gee, I'm glad to have the
team off my hands. Now you'll see me
play better ball. I'll be stinging that
pellet in the next series and play a
better third than I've been doing. I
don't have to think about the team any
more. I'm playing for 'Whitey' Hew- !
Itt now." There may be a few changes
made, but for the present Reinhardt
will play short, and there's few that
can come up with him. Of course, the
aim of the new manager is to improve
the hitting, or get somebody that 'can
hit. It takes bingles to win ball
Bert Graham right fielder for the
Sox last year, is burning things up
down in the Jackson, Miss., team qf the
Cotton States league. He's going good,
has hit .340 for 50 games and two
thirds of his hits were for extra bases,
including 12 home runs. .While in El
Paso Graham played and hit in streaks.
Talk In Jackson is to the effect that
Graham will be -sold in a few weeks
to one of the major league clubs.
Baseball is in the air at Douglas and
the town has gone buggier than Bis
bee was at the beginning of the sea
son. The qii3 'ruple defeat of Bisbee
since two of the prime factors in the
accomplishment were Eddie Ward, who
Bisbee didn't think good enough to
retain this year, and Oscar Pitts, re
leased pitcher. O'Donovan is already
maKing plans to hoist the pennant.
Some time ago there was a rumor (
that Hugh Dugan and Cananea would
part company. When he remained o er
in El Paso after his team left for home
it was whispered that lie was through
with the Quien Sabes, and when Har- I
buck went away the dope had it that
he was to take his place. The El Paso
directors have settled that, however.
Jackson is manager and Dugan has
Flick has been heard from. In a post
card to Art Woods, he states: "We are
out for the pennant. Watch us go."
He's still putting up a snappy game
Douglas, present champions, come
over Friday morning for a three-game
series with the Mavericks on Friday,
Saturday and Sunday.
New York .
Cleveland . .
St. Louis .. .
Fort Worth ...
. . .75
. . .75
EI Paso 23
Office of Chiel Quartermaster. De
partment of Texas. San Antonio, Texasf
July 2, 1910. Sealed proposals in tripli
cate for furnishing- Forage and Bedding
Hay or Straw required during fiscal
year ending June 30, 1911. at Forts
Bliss. Clark, Mcintosh, and Sam Hous
ton, Texas; Fort Logan H. Roots, Ark.,
and Fort Sill. Okla., will be received un
til 11 olock a. m., August 1, 1910, and
then opened. Proposals will be re
ceived at the same time by Quartermas
ters at each post named for furnish
ing said supplies required for that post
only. Deliveries to commence October
1. 1910. ' TT. S. Reserves the rierht to re
ject or accept any or all bids or any
part thereof. Information and blanK
proposals furnished on application hero
or to Quartermasters at various posts
Envelopes containing proposals should
be marked "Proposal for
(indicating class of supplies, etc, bid
upon) at " and ad-
dressed to respective Post Quartermas
ters or to Col. Jno. L. Clem. C. Q. M.
AT THE MAJESTIC.
There will be a change of program at
the Majestic tonight, including va new
moving picture showing attle scenes at
sea. and a comic film also- "Mr. Tip
Top," in lightning cartoon work. La
Bella Lozano, in new Spanish songs and
dances, will appear on the program. The
management promises that the show is
something- out of the ordinary.
EL PASO PICTURES AT WIGWAM
"C-h-I-c-k-e-n spells chicken," a com
edy picture taken in El Paso, will be
shown at the Wigwam tonight. In it
are. seen the plaza, Main, Stanton, Mesa
and Missouri streets, private residences,
stores and many other familiar scenes.
The comedy is said to be good and the
local views fine. Three other pictures
will be shown, including- one of the
great Paris flood.
A splendid biograph drama, The
Marked Time TaWe." is Domised as n
I feature of the crystal, "the house
HAVE YOU SOMETHING TO SELL?
You can eaHy sell it. Call Bell 115.
Auto 1115. tell the girl what It Is and
The Herald will sell it. No bother, no
AT THE AIRDOME.
All the songs at the Alrdome are
racking big hits this week and, last
night. In spite of the, cloudy weather, a
good crowd was in attendance and thor-
oughly enjoyed the show.
There only remains three nights to
see this week's splendid program.
Let us sugrrest a dainty frozen desert.
Phone the Elite, anytime.
Railroads, Steamship Lines, Hotels, Etc, throughout the world honor
and accept the "A. B. A." TRAVELERS' CHEQUES. Very easy
to negotiate, because Self-identifying Not available to finder or
thief, in case of loss or theft. Convenient denominations. -
Take them on your trip.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EI Paso, Tes.
ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL OF
EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
Miss Olga Tafel, who with Miss Ora
W. L. Slater, is to be at the head of
the newly established El Paso School
For Girls, is expected to arrive in El
Paso this week. MiSb Tafel is the
daughter of a Democratic reform mayor
of Cincinnati!. ihe graduated from j
the University of Cincinnati and after
a term at the Ohio state normal school j
she went to Eurone for studv and trav- i
el. Hoc experience n a teacher in- L
eludes six years at Kent Place school, '
Summit, N. J., of which Hamilton W. '
Mable is chairman, and two years as s
head of the German department of the
University school of Cincinnati, one
of the leading schools in the eastern
states. She resigned mis position sole
ly to take up the -work in El Paso, a
field she has long been considering
as one of great promise for high class
C. R. MOREHEAD, President GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pxes. C. N. BASSETT, Vic Pres.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Asst Cash.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881. '
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO TEXAS
UNITED STATES DEOSITAEY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. Simmons
A. G. Andreas E. Kohlberg B. Blumenthal
J. F. Williams J. H. M47
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
A3IATEUR BAI.I, PLAYERS. A
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8 the neTVS about nmntonr hnll A
& games in EI Paso; those already j
4 played or to be played. Bring $
4 In your notice about future 4 '
4- games and reports of games 4 j
4 played. If they are played on ! '
4" Sunday, send the report to The I
4 Herald Sunday afternoon or 4.
! early Monday. All reports must
J- be signed by the person sending 4
4 them in, but the name1; will not
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EL PASO, TEXAS.
Issues SELF IDENTIFYING TRAVELERS' CHECKS and LETTERS OF
CREDIT available in any part of the world.
Before leaving on your European trip consult us and avoid trouble or
possible loss.' t
W. W. Turkey, President. W. Cooley, Vice-Prest. and Mgr.
S. T. Turner, Vice-President. W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
.1 1 ( Vita e-rMry. F. M. Murehison. Asst. Cashier.