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Big League Baseball
At Boston 1st game R H E
Cincinnati .00022000 0 4 7 0
Boston 0 0010130 x 5 9 2
Batteries Cincinnati, Suggs and Mc
Lean; Boston, Frock and Graham. Um
pires TUgler and Emslie.
At Boston 2nd game: RUB
Cincinnati .0 0000000 0 0 4 5
Boston 10-100000 x 5 8 2
Batteries Cincinnati, Burns, Gaspar
and Clarke; Boston, Matlern and Smith.
Umpires Rigler and Emslie.
At Philadelphia 1st game: R H E
Pittsburg ..0 0020101 0 4 6 0
Phil'phia -.0 0010000 0 19 3
Batteries Pittsburg. Leifield and Gib
son; Philadelphia, Moran and Dooln.
Umpires O'Day and Brennan.
At Philadelphia, 2nd game: R H E
Pittsburg ..0 0000300 2 5 10 1
Phil'phia ..0 0000301 0 4 10 2
Batteries Pittsburg, Phillippi and
Gibson; Philadelphia, Ewing and Mo
ran. Umpires OTay and Brennan.
At New York R H E
Chicago 0 0002010 0 3 6 0
New Tork ..0 0000000 0 0 7 1
Batteries Chicago, Piaster and Ar
cher; New Tork, TVI'ise and Meyers.
Umpires Klem and EZane.
At Cleveland R H E
New Tork ..0 1000010 0 2 6 1
Cleveland .0 0000004 x 4 7 1
Batteries New Tork, Qulnn and Cri
ger; Cleveland, Falkenberg and Bemis.
Umpires Kerin and Connolly.
At Chicago R H E
Phil'phia ..0 0010000 1 2 S 1
Chicago 0 0000010 0 13 1
Batteries Philadelphia, Bender and
Thomas; Chicago," Young and Payne.
Umpires Perrine and Dineen.
At Brooklyn R H E
St. Louis ..0 20001000 3 6 3
Brooklyn ..10012100 x 5 9 0
Batterles-t-St. Louis, Zmich, Bach
man, Geyer, Bresnanan and Phelps;
Brooklyn, Crabble and Bergen. Umpires
Eason and Johnstone.
At Topeka E- H. E.
Omaha 1 3 0 10 0 3 0 0 S 11 2
Topeka 0 0300100 0 1 9 2
Batteries: Omaha, Hollenbeck and
Gonding; Topeka, Fugate and Kerns.
At Wichita R. H. E.
Des Moines .0 0000000 11 3 2
Wichita 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 12 S 1
Batteries: Des Moines, Giersdorfer,
Owens and Clemmons; Jarnigan and
At St. Joseph
Lincoln 0 0250202 1-
St .Tosenh .0 0003120 0-
-12 14 2
6 8 3
Batteries- Lincoln, Fox, Farthing and
Kruger; St. Joseph, Hanifin, Swift and
- , ' 0
Sioux City ...0 002201000 0
Denver 0 310001000 1 B 11 3
-RaroT-iP?;: Sioux CItv. O'Toole and Mil
ler Denver, Schreiber, Harris and Mc-
Vrond -rame R. H. E.
iZiwr CAtx- -.0 0020001 1 i S 2
Denver 0 0000000 0 0 6 2
Batteries: Sioux City, Freeman and
Towne; Denver, Olmstead and McMur
ray. "Can be depended upon" Is an ex
pression we all like to hear, and when
It is used in connection with Chamber
lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy it means that it never falls to
cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel
complaints. It is pleasant to take and
equally valuable for children and adults.
Sold by all druggists.
Sleeping Cars to
St Louis, Mo.
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At Los Angeles R. H. E.
Los Angeles 2 7 0
Vernon -.r 3 7 3
Batteries: Los Angeles, Castleton and
Smith; "Vernon, Carson and Hogan.
At San Francisco R.H. E.
Portland 6 5 0
Oakland 3 6 4
Batteries: Portland, Krapp and Mur
ray; Oakland, Nelson and MItze.
At Kansas City: Toledo, 1; Kansas
At Milwaukee: Columbus-Milwaukee
game postponld on account of rain.
At St. Paul: Indianapolis, 4; St. Paul,
At Minneapolis: Louisville, 6; "Minne
At Atlanta: Atlanta 2; Chattanooga, 1.
At Birmingham: Birmingham, 8;
At Galveston R. H. E.
Houston 4 6 4
Galveston 1 6 0
Batteries: Houston, Rose and Kelsey;
Galveston, Mise and McLean. Umpire
Hayes. (Ten innings).
At San Antonio R. H- E.
Waco 1 .3 4
San Antonio 9 10 1
Batteries: Waco, Ballew and Frances;
San Antonio, Blending and Thackara.
Umpire Sigler. ,
At Fort Worth R. H. E.
Dallas 10 13 1
Fort Worth 1 5 3
Batteries: Dallas, Yates and Onslow;
Fort Worth, McKay, Weatherford ami
Gribbens. Umpires Settley and Hurl
burt. 4 SPORTLETS. 4.
(By Tim.) 4.
What ncl Was it a shut out, or 30
love, no it must have 269. Pray, do!
Miss Hazel Wilson is suing the Kan
sas City American club, claiming that
she was disfigured by a foul ball. She
says that the box In which she Fat -was
not properly screened,., and she only
wants $20,000 for the blemish on her
Speaking of such things, some time
the El Paso park may have screens.
From the standpoint -of hygiene at is
well known that screens should be em
ployed to keep out the foul flies.
Denver was shut out at home Wed
nesday, Sioux City doinsr thp shirt-tlner.
1 Home runs by Fenlon and Quillen fea-
tured, and the tally ran to 4 circuits.
The feature of the card at Empire
City, Wednesday, was the Arro-w selling
stakes in which Follie Levy, a 1 to 2
1 favorite, won on tiptoe. She was un-
uer a. strong pun until
j Disgusted after usincr three pitchers,
J manaser Bresnahan disgardea mask
1 and protector and went 'Into the box
himself at Wednesday's St. Louis at
Brooklj-n game. Brook -von. 5-3.
It is a sad duty to relate that Chi
cago shut out New York at home Wed
nesday, Pfeister pitched, and his sup
port made three tallies at the bat.
It Js extraordinary that since the
Brotherhood war In 1S90 there always
has been a repeater in the champion
ship of the National league. It always
has been held at least two years in
succession before a change of glory.
A dozen to six is poor even for St.
Joseph, Mo. Lincoln took -the gaane, and
It was considered slug all through.
Mixing Baler's single, a wild pitch
and an error all .In the ninth, Philadel-
' phia won Wednesday's game from Chi
cago. 2 to 1.
Racing opens Thursday at Saratoga
and will continue to September L
Horsemen in large numbers are round
ed up, and all looks rosy.
Pittsburg was very Impolite at Phila
delphia Wednesday. The visitors took
both games of a double header. Rude!
i ' ! t
CACTUS LEAGUE SIFTINGS.
B3r L. R. Crawford.
Clifton, Ariz. Aug. 4. Clifton has
wired to Los Angeles 'for catcher
Price, who is playing -in the City league
there. Price is one of the academic
stars of the Pacific coast and is ex
pected here in time to participate in the
El Paso series.
"Pete Riley, who caught the recent
Cananea series, will be retained some
where in the lineup. Riley has been
trying to retire from the game ever
since he took over the Clifton Candy
Don't waste your money buying plas
ters when you can get a bottle of Cham
berlain's Liniment for twenty-five cents.
A piece of flannel dampened with this
! liniment is superior to any plaster for
j Jarae back, pains in the side and chest,
anu iuuen cijea-per. ouiu Dy an uruggisis. 1
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His Clouting Ave
Birdie Cree (nt bat), the crack left
driving in three mn.s and crowsiiig the
an average of .20S for the season.
Kitchen, but so far has proved indis
pensable to the club. He has devel
oped into the best pinch hitter on the
team, figuring in all the scoring
Hirshman, whose thumb was broken
In the July 4th game, will be out in ,
uniform again for the El Paso series, I Dale, of Dallas, is showing better
and although he does not expect to j form. He Is pitching TTinn.ng ball now.
take part in the games, he will accom- ! On his twirling the Giants are depend
nanv the team to El Paso next week, j ing for the pennant.
! expecting to aopear in the first lineup
1 at Washington park,
Bull McCleary may pitcn one ot me
ooinat tv,o Mavftrkks. Bull, who
was Clifton's mainstay in the box last
zcniieo itou-v -.w -r
year, has been working in the outfield
so far this season.
STATISTICAL BALL DOT?E. i
A By Art Wood. $
WHERE THEY PLAY FRIDAY.
Cincinnati at Boston.
Pittsburg at Philadelphia.
Chicago at New York.
St. Louis at Brooklyn.
Washington at Chicago.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
New York at Detroit.
Boston at Cleveland.
San Antonio at Fort Worth.
Houston at Dallas.
Waco at Shreveport.
Galveston at Oklahoma City.
HOW THEY STAND.
New York 00
St. Louis 93
Brooklyn 91 ,
Boston ....". 96
Philadelphia . 93
New York 93
St. Louis . . .
Fort Worth 104
San Antonio 106
Oklahoma City ...102
WESTERN" TENNIS CHAMPS
QUALIFY FOR NEWPORT SERIES
Chicago, 111., Aug. 4. L. H. Waidner
and Paul Gardner, western tennis
champions, were defeated by T. C.
Bundy and T. H. Hendricks, Pacific
coast stars, in play for the national
challenge rights at Lake Forest. The
score was 5-7. 6-4, 6-4, 6-3.
By this victory the California play
ers are entitled to play Alexander and
Hackett for the national championship
in the tournament at Newport, Au-
fielder of the Yankees and the Boston
home plate tvrice himself. Cree is doing
TEXAS LEAGUE NOTES '
j t The Fort Worth-Dallas games, both
uKiuis yciinuiiL conieuaers, nave Deen
'""o 1 ,aiKoai "" ""jm
t nce ever Known in u exas oaseoan.
average has been about 5000.
In the last exhibition with. St. Louis
in the 14th inning -svith the game a tie,
Bill Bailey let the bases get full and
then walked the fourth man. making a
gift run for the game. He was opposing
Powers, the Sand Crab recruit from
the American association, made his
ucuul hi luc xt-vcici lecijjuc ounuuy. lie
pitched for Galveston against the Buf
faloes, losing the game by a score of
1 to 0. He held his oponents to four
hits. The showinrr made was a most
Burk, the big Fort Worth pitcher,
AND HIS SISTEE
Count Jacques de Lesseps, the famous
French aviator and his sister, the
countess de la Begassiere who recently
returned to France, delighted with th
success of the count's flights, 50 in
number, at the Montreal aviation meet
ing. The count said that if he could
make satisfactory arrangements with
the aero club of America, he would come
to America in October and take part in
the international meet at Garden Citv,
T Jl Thursday, August 4,
catcher in the gnnie that Rirdie vron by
n lot of heavy clouting: lately and has
has lost the last two games pitched.
Galveston and Dallas got his goat. He
is slumping at the time the team needs
him worst for Dallas is crowdinsr the
Panthers very close for the peunat.
Jerry Kane, with Houston, continues
to butt in with a pinch hit. He Is nearlv
always -In the headlines the next day
after he participates in a game.
Ens, the red headed third baseman
j for Dallas, is certainlv there with the '
j goods. His batting record for th f I
g record for the past
two weeks has been exceptionally- ?Pn-
national. He is making fast headwav
1 towards the top of the league.
( Eberline will join the Fort Worth
j team. Transportation has been rushed
him by Tire. The plaver -wno hm!t,i,t
!n!th;arliPOrti0n f the $eason- btj
nop T. ," " u""now: Morris
expects to see Elmer Covlo tha t
sack&r, go to faster companv next year
and Avants a chance to see what kind of
material he will have in Eberline The
latter is touted as- rood as the best
of them playing in minor league com
pany. Thackara, who has been playing -nith
Waco the entire season as a catcher
was released by that team. Ha -iva!
promptly signed by the Bronchos and
-win continue with them. Waco ivas
long on catchers and did not need his
Cummins, a pitcher from Douglas,
Ariz., has been signed by Dallas. He
will join the team thjs -week. He is a
r'ght hander who has been sweeping
everything before him in the Cactus
league. Dallas will carry seven pitchers
for the rest of the season. This is in
preparation for the final fight with
the strong clubs of the Texas league.
The team Is going to fight hard for the
Joe McDonald of the Shreveport Pi
rates, will probably go to faster com
pany next year. It Is said that Clark
Griffin, of the New York Highlanders,
has picked the young third baseman.
Both that club and Cincinnati Tere
dickering for hhn. He is the most
promising youngster in the Texa
league. When he started with Muskogee
this spring he was considered a runt.
He it; now showing his real -worth, be
ing a terror to pitchers and covering
a wide expanse of territory.
Practically every member of the Dal
las team is married. This is one thing
that helps to maintain discipline on the
team. The men learn to obey orders at
McAdams has again made Gates
Simpson glad that he paid $4.70 for him.
The tall twirler laid the Bronchos un
der the daisies in a recent game.
Wilson Mathews, the umpire, is now
suggested as the next president of the
Texas league. He knows the game
P1U lad and oU wcttUIcN
bote, wiled iritii Bha Ribbon.
Take s e&er. Bay of ycuy J
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rears kiipvn sa Best, Safest. Abrtj-s Kellib
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1910. The Herald Sporting NeWS
CACTUS LEAGUE DOPE
"Of all glad words of tongue or pen, j club, at Washington park this after
the gladdest are these: 'Mackey's fired noon. The Red Sox played a close
Barred from the4 game at El Paso,
supported by Cananea and its man
ager Vic Walling, Mackey has been
hitting the high places over in the
other end of the Cactus belt until re
cently. Now he has sat down where
the thorns are thickest. The Bisbee
Douglas game Sunday is the direct
cause of his downfall, according to Al
Coll, of Douglas. The Sunday game
was more of a gabfest than a friendly
little contest between neighbors and
Mackey was on the firing line the
greater part of the time. The rule of
thumb in this little league is that when
two clubs protest against an umpire,
he is technically canned. El Paso has
had her protest in against Mackey, lo
these many weeks. Not because of his
way of calling 'em, although in fair
ness it must be admitted that he has
called some mighty good and some
mighty good plays on this lot. The
El Paso objection was against Mack
ey's" attitude toward the stand and the
players, xne crowu is me game De.
friend, regardless of comments to the J
contrary. They are the wherewith that
makes the old nag go. Mackey failed
to get this through his noodle and
went on the warpath against the crowd
in the stand. Right there his day's
work was done as far as El Paso was
concerned. He has not umpired a game
here since, although there have been
some games which could have been
1 j T-. ll -nnAnnn. . !.. Iftftl I
improveu uy 111a picac-uuc 0.0 inc avlu.
man in the field.
ifter the late un
pleasantness Sunday Bisbee protested
asrainst Mackey and there was nothing
j for Walling to do but affix the Polk's
j best packer to his umps. With De
1 Wiggins back on the alfalfa ranch and
" Mackev released, the Cactus circuit's
umpire staff is a minus quantity.
The Mavericks, with a few of the
Millie nut nut and some ot tne Dest
vr,m th rrcent roudup in their places,
are Splaying the Red Sox, an amateur
from every angle. He has been a play
er an umpire, a manager and a sport
ing editor. He Is known to be honest
and to be fair.
There now seems to be little doubt
but what Austin tvIH replace Shreveport
in the Texas ler.jjue next year. That
team has never fitted into the order of
things in this league.
Although. Brooks Gordon has the tail
J end team this year It looks as 11 ne
would seutt more men iu mc u& 'v-o
than anv one else in Texas. He is a
fine trainer of young material. Tullos is
ripe Loudell has already been sold and
Gugey is a wonder- Brewster of the
team will probablv draw a berth.
Drucke. pitcher for the New York
j Giants, Is picked a5 the fifth best pucn
ar in tii National league. He was wltn
Oklahoma City in the Texas league
last year. He has made good from the
start in the big league this year
A-NTTTWAT. INDUSTRY BUREAU
MAKES QUARANTINE CHANGES.
New Ruling Made Necessary by Scabies
of Cattle and Lip ana Leg Ulcera
tion or Sheep.
WWrinrrton. D. C. Aur. 4. The act-
injr secretary of. agriculture has issiied
an order, effective August 1, removing
the quarantine for mange or scabies ol
cattle from Dwson county, Mont., and
from the counties of Hayes, Hitchcock.
Chase and Dundy, Xeb. This action lias
been taken because of the progress made
in the eradication of this disease by the
cooperative efforts of the federal and
This work 1ms ben under way for sev
eral years, and from time to time the
quarantine restrictions are removed from
areas as they art freed from infection.
Large areas Save ben released from quar
antine in the last few years. The terri
tory remaining under quarantine ccm
g rises portions of Montana, "Wyoming,
outh Dakota. Nebraska. Kansas, Colo
rado, Oklahoma and Texas. In Montana
the counties of Teton, C'hqtiteau and
Valley remain under quarantine, and in
Nebraska the counties of Sioux, Scotts
Bluff, Banner, Kimball. Cheyenne, Box
butte, Daiwes, Sheridan, Deuel, Perkins,
Keith, McPherson. Grant, Cherry, Hooker,
Thomas, Logan, Lincoln. Blaine. Brown,
Kevaipaha, Rock, Loirp, Garfield, Wheeler,
Holt and Morrill.
Another order issued by the acting
secretary of agriculture and effective
August 1 releases from quarantine on
To secure a staple business at a sacrifice. Owing
to continuous sickness will sell half interest or all
in (5 car agencies and a full line of automobile sup
plies) the only jobbing house in the Southwest.
V. K. STURG-ES,
523 San Antonio St.
game with, the regs. last week in a
practice bout and they are going after
"blud" this afternoon. Armstrong, the
kid pitcher of the crimson hosiery club,
is the son of fire chief W. W. Arm
strong, and is the possessor of a se
lect assortment of curves and" control.
Anderson, who has been out of the
game for the. past two weeks, may go
in and loosen up his propeller for a
few innings to get in trim for the
Clifton series Saturday and Sunday.
Big chief Rifey, P. Riley for short,
is sitting on the highest crag of the
Clifton hills watching for the advent
of the "Mavericks for the premier series
on the Clifton grounds. The local pets
are going up there to brave the moun
taineers for a two game series in spite
of all the threats that have been made
against them by Riley et al. To listen
to the Irish lad's line of talk, there
would be nothing to the story but the
Clifton score and to cut down expenses
El Paso might as well send the bar
b as offiicIal and
,... T .. - ... f 1 -
keep the rest of the club at home. But
the Mavs. have heard that kind of talk
before and refuse to scare worth a
No changes have been announced in
J the local lineup. W olfe has been
working with the boys all week and Is
trying them out in a practice game
this afternoon. That a number
- : snu-is wui ue juauc ii ujjuijt iv.a.tuic
Fogarty, who came with a batting rep
utation that failed to materialize, ha-3
been allowed to go and the outfield is
now composed of Wright, Ketchum and
Deakins. Merritt has been working
hard at first and is mastering the
change of feet and the other wrinkles
that Jackson had down pat. It is Tex'a
first attempt and his willingness should
earn him a fair trial at the first sack
J position, for he is the hardest working
man on the club.
1 account of lip and le? ulceration of sheep
several portions 01 yominjr
Under t-ae term, of fcae quarntine sheep
which are aiffected wit'h. the mild or in
active form of the disease, after hand
treatment under the supervision or di
rection of an employe of the bureau of
animal industry, may 'he shipped inter
state when aecon-jpamed 'bv a bureau
certiiicate of inspection and treatment,
subject to the laws and regulations of
the state or territory to which ihex' are
de-tined. The treatment prescribed consists-of
an emollient dressing containing
five parts of a permitted cresol or coal
tar sheep dip, 10 parts of flowers of
sulphur, and 100 parts of mutton tallow,
vaseline or lard. Sheep that have been
lexposed to the malignant fcrm of the
disease, but are not diseased, may be
shipped in placarded cars to recognized
slaughtering centers for immediate
slaughter or may be moved interstate
for breeding or feeding purposes under
certain conditions. Sheep affected with
the malignant form of the disease are
not allowed to be moved interstate un
der any conditions. Healthy unexposed
sheep may be moved interstate when ac
companied by a certificate of inspection
by an inspector of the bureau of animal
industry. Disinfection of stock yards,
eirs, etc., that have contained diseased
sheep is required.
The full text of these orders may be
obtained on application to the bureau
of animal, industry, Washington, D. C.
On the shady side of Oregon St., opp.
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