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EiL PASO HEUALD iIondar: SePt- 19 191- The Herald's Sporting News 9
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By Rex Beach
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CAETANEA BOYS WIN
TWO STRAIGHT GAMES
Take Both From the Douglas
Visitors Join Eumsey
to the Herd
Cananea, Mexico, Sept. 19. Old John
Kumsey, late of El Paso, is the hero of
Cananea. Arriving on the train Sun
day, Itumsey climbed into a bronze and
blark uniform and went in against his
old enemy, Douglas, with Sorrells as the
opposing flinger. That the old Maver-vH
ick gott away with his game was evf
denced Sunday night by the informal
celebrations which -were held in tne
camp because of the victory over Doug
last, 8 to 7, which put Cananea in the
lead of the league.
Sorrells did not last the game out
ana Kane was sent in to relieve him, but
tnere was little relief in sight and j
Cananea cracked out 11 hits off of the J
two pitchers of the Douglas club, while
the best they got off of Rumsy, crip-
pled as he was witH a bum hand and
train tired from the long journey, was
nine, altnough these were costly. The
Cananea 0 0331100 x 8 11 4
Douglas 0 1100000 5 7 9 Z
Batteries: Cananea, Rumsey and
Whaling; Douglas, Sorrels and Powell.
Xtumscy struck out seven.
Saturday's game wTent to Cananea
st'er a hard fight, though every inning
of the contest,, the score being 4 to 3
Prtts was in the box for the visitors
and was caught by Powell. Thomas
and Whaling formed the battery for
the locals. Pits struck out five men
and Thomas 12. Xot a man walked oft
Pitts, while four secured passes off
Thomas. Cananea secured six hits and.
Douglas seven. Throughout toe game
there was cons'emble excitement and
every man worked nard to make up
for the sacrifice of Fridav's game.
Cananea 3 0 00 0 0 1 0 x 1 6
Douglas 00000003 0 3 7 1 I
T'tx'o hnca "h?t.c "WaiT'rl TTiT-rkT" mif. '
Thomas. Three base hits, Baroldy, Pow
e'l. Mills." Sacrifice hits, Adams. Stolen
bases, Powell, Hodges, Tom Whaling.
Double play, Baroldy to Bob Whaling.
THIRTEEN RIFLEMEN IN
SUNDAY'S RIFLE SHOOT
With 13 men contesting, Sunday's
shoot of the El Paso rifle club resulted
Filler, 35; Lawler, ZZ; Carruthers, 31;
Captain Jack; 29; Paul, 26: Baca
Tlutledge. 19; Buiweri 19; Pringle,
Hopple, 16; Mills1, 14; James, 13; Old
The next event "was for the safety
rairor donated by Krakauer, Zork &
Move, with the following scores:
Filler, 32; Mills, 32; Baca, 32; Bulwer,
31, Captain Jack, 26; Carruthers,
Paul, 22; Pringle, 22; Rutledge, 21; Law
ler, 19; James, 19; Oldman, 16; Hopple,
In the razor .event there were three
ties and in the shoot-off Mills captured
the prize for the day.
Next Sunday, a match wiil be shot
with the Geronimo Rifle club of Silver
City, N. M. Fhre riflemen will be se
lected from those present to constitute
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Takes Both Saturday and
Sunday Game 2?roin the
Bissbee, Ariz., Sept. 19. El Paso got
her batting eye focused on the pill
Sunday and took the second game of
the series, seven to six, after the re
vised Maroons had fought for each inch
of the ground to the ninth inning fin
ish. The Mavtericks played a fast game,
hitting the ball hard when runs were
needed and playing a fast fielding
j The contest was filled with exciting
situations and clean playing by both
! clubs. The Maroons are now in the
running for the finish because of the
presence of Heinie Maag and his co
horts and the local club will enter the
El Paso Fair tournament for first
money place against the field.
Abies pitched for El Paso and was
going in his Texas league form from
the first. He was opposed by pitcher
Cummings, who was also at his best
and held his own with the big Broncho
The Saturday Game.
El Paso annexed the Saturday game,
five to three, in jo. contest which was
not as exciting as the Sunday one by
several degrees. McKay, the Texas
pitcher, opposed Marshall and allowed
the Maroons but five hits, while the
Mavericks connected for seven off of
the tnll 'Mnrshlill nra Tho nromo -woe
marred bv rasreed rrn'r on hot oih-
and the play was not brilliant at anv!
" i time. Red Downey was hittintr the
ball again at critical times and hit
when hits meant runs. Hewitt was with
the club did not appear in the line
up. The runs by innings were
12 3 4 5
El Paso .... ..0 0 0 1 0
Bisbee ..0 0 0 0 2
Kits by innings
12 3 4 5
El Paso .... ..0 0 0
Bisbee 0 0 0
. j Batteries Bisbee,
nam, 1. Threebase hits Harris Sac
rifice hits Brewster, Kelly and War
shall. Struck out By McKay. 2; by
Marshall, 4. Bases on balls Off Mc
Kay, 4; off Marshall. 4. Passed balls
Prindle- 'WUS Pitch Marshall. Left on
uases n,i rase, c; Bisbee. 5. First base
on errors El Paso, 3; Bisbee, 4. Um
pire Toman. Time 1:45.
IF IT WAS REGULAR
EL PASO IS AT TOP
If Friday Game at Oananea
Was Tot Resrular, Can
anea Is at Top If
Here's a problem for'the "IF" base
ball column. If the Friday game which
was played in Cananea as a part of
the September 16 "celebration is to be
counted in the schedule and stanrHn-
then does not El Paso head the league j
Instead of Cananea, Douglas having !
won the game by forfeit?
Cananea celebrated the winning of
Sunday's game from Douglas because
it was supposed to put that club in the
top groove. But with the Friday game
counting in the standing, it c-ivA nno
J more game to Douglas and one against
Cananea, making El Paso to th .nn,i
on games won and placinsr the. Mjivpt--
icks on top.
It has not been the custom since the
league schedule was revised to couut
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Synopsis of Previous Chnoters.
Boyd "Emerson and "Fingerless" Fra
ser enter Kalvik, Alaska, and meet a
young- white woman. Cherry Malotte,
who shelters them.
Cherry describes the salmon fisheries
and Marsh, the unscrupulous head of
the Kalvik canneries.
Cherry owns a cannery site. Emer
son, George Bait and she go into part
nership. Emerlson describes his fail
ure to "make good" in Alaska.
Emerson kisses Cherry goodbye.
Bait, Fiaser and Emerson nearly lose
' their lives in Katmai pass ana. miss
the steamer at Katmai on their way
out to get capital.
Aitei dreadful privations they catch
the boat at Kadlak and are soon en
route or Chicago. Emerson seeks Miss
She and Emerson are engaged. Her
father, Wayne Wayland, is a million
aire. Alton Clyde offers ?10.000 to
ward the cannery.
Bait and Emerson meet Marsh in
Chicago. Marsh is a suitor for Mil
dred's hand. Marsh tells Mildred about
Cherry Malotte. He and Wayne Way
.nd plan a canneries trust.
Mildred learns that Emerison and
Cherry are partners. Banker Hilliard,
Seattle, refuses to lend Emerson $100,
000. Cherry, who has arrived in
Seattle, accepts a dinner invitation
Cherry discovers that Emerson is to
marry Mildred. Marsh causes annoy
ing delays for Emerson's party. To-
coma refuses Emerson a joan. i-iya
suggests that Cherry can get the loan
Emerson enrages Cherry by criticis
ing her friendly relations with Hil
liard. Cherry sees Hilliard, who un
expectedly furnishes the money. Marsh
causes a strike, delaying the loading
of Emerson's machinery.
Bait's fishermen fight the strikers.
t the str,cers.
n a warrant is
Fraser shoots a striker
ates Emerson, for whom
Emerson escapes to Kalvik. Mars a
follows. Fmser is released and re-
ioins Emerson. Emerson's machinery
is tampered with.
Marsh Duiias a trap to prevent sal
mon from reaching Emerson's cannery
. Em- j
site. He is mysteriously stabbed.
erson is accused.
Salmon begin their run, but
hires Emerson's fishermen. Clyde
threatens to sell his stock. Fraser is
noncommittal to Emerison concerning
Cherry's early life.
(Continued from Saturday.)
"Oh. yes. I :;. 1 Jaiv say it will grat
ify her to straighten out your troubles.
A. word from her lips and your worries
will vanish like a mist. Let us ac
knowledge ourselves beaten and beg
her to save us."
Boyd shook his nead in negation, but
she gave him no time for speech.
"It seems that you wanted to pose as
a hero before her and employed us to
build up your triumph. Well. I am
glad we failed; I'm glad Willis Marsh
showed you how very helpless you are.
Let her come to your rescue now. I'm
through. Do you understand? I'm
Emerson gazed at her in astonish
ment, the outburst had been so unex
pected, but he -realized that he owed
her too much to tnkt o5nse.
"Miss Wayland will take no hand in
my affairs. I doubt if she will even
realiza wivt thK trouble Is. all about,"
te Fridajr games. Cananea was one
of the clubs which made a strenuous
objection to this. Should the Friday
&ame be classed as an exhibition, then
Cananea's loss by forfeit amounts to
nothing in the percentage column. But
if it counted, as September 16 and La
bor day games are supposed to count j
in Cananea and El Paso, then El Paso
heads the list.
The problem is to be referred to the
board of directors of the league for
final settlement. At pres'ent El Paso's
nam. i first in thP list, with Cananea
second, as Friday's game between Can- i
, -1 . ,-j , 1
anea ana jjougias was on uie scneuuie
as a regular game.
HAYSEEDS WIN GOLF
. GAME AND THE GRUB
Defeat tlie Tolt'ee Indians on
Country Club Course on
Hurray! The hayseds won. Calling
the Toltec indians' little game of bluff,
bluff, who's got the biggest bluff, the
Country club golf team defeated the
Toltec braves Sunday in the "harvest
home" dinner match at the suburban
club for the honor of the clubs and the
privilege of paying for the dinners. It
was decided by one point in favor of the
countries, winch is a mighty narow
margin upon which to figure out dinner
checks, so the Tolteckers say. They
even go iso far as to insinuate that the
same club cannot do the same thing
in the same place on a future date.
The scores made by the players on
the two club team were:
Toltec Club. Country Club.
C. A. Beers, capt.,. JW. E. Rose, capt..
Dr. Jas. Vance
3A. W. Houck 0
OP. J. Edwards .. 3
3C. H. Leavell 0
1W. V. Sterling .. 1
3W. L. Tooley 0
J- C. Wilmarth
R. G. Crowder . .
F. J. Feldman . .
O. P. White IV.
W. F. Payne
S. J. Larkin .
E. E. Xef f . . .
Gus Trbst . . .
V. R. Stiles .
0W. H. Shelton .. 3
0J. F. Williams .. 3
3 Lee Davis 0
OHugh McLean . . 0
OJoe Wright 3
0 George Trost ... 3
2 George C. Wines. 0
17 Total is
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(By Tim.) i,
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William B. Zimmerman, Utica, N. T.,
right fielder, has completed what is
believed to be the best record of 19
years for stolen bases. In 135 games
he has stolen just 107 bags. He has
finished tne season with a. batting aver
age, of .295, aud his record has led to a
drafting by Atlanta, Ga.
rt -Manchester, Mass., today begins
golf play in the 14th Inter-collegiate
golf championship meeting between
Yale, Harvard, Princeton, University of
Pennsylvania, Dartmouth and Williams.
These will continue for the first three
days of the week and will be followed
by individual championship matches.
Flights of the aeroplanes from the
Harvard grounds on the Atlantic coast
to Los Angeles is being proposed by
Charles J. Gidden. Tne plans propose
a daily flight of 200 miles with stops at
Saratoga. Xew York, Syracuse, Buffalo.
Akron, O., Fort Wayne, Ind. Chicago,
Springfield, 111., St. Louis, Kansas City,
Hutchinson, Kans., Syracuse, Ivans.,
Copyright, 1909, by Harper & Brothers.
he said, a trifle stiffly. "I suppose" I
did want to play the hero, and I dare
say I did use you and the others, but
you knew that all the time."
"Why won't she help your" queried
Cherry. "Doesn't she care enough
about you? Doesn't she know enough
to understand your plight?"
"Yes, but this is rny fight, and I've
got to make good without her assist
ance. She isn't the sort to marry a
failure, and she has left me to make
my own way. Besides, she would not
dare go contrarj- to her father's wishes
even if she desired. That is part of her
education. Oh. Wayne Wayland's op
position isn't all T have had to over
come. I have had to show his daugh
ter that I am one of her own kind, for
she hates weakness."
"And you think that woman loves
you! Why, she isn't a woman at all.
She doesn't know what love means
When a woman loves, do you imagine
she cares for money or fame or suc
cess? If I cared for a man do you
think I'd stop to ask my father if I
might marry him or wait for my lover
! to prove himself worthy of me? Do
you think I'd send him through the
hell you have suffered to try his
metal?" She laughed ou right. "Why.
I'd become what he was, and I'd fight
with him. I'd give him all I had
moner position, friends, influence. If
, . ,. t.j it ..t. .
mv people objected Id tell them to go
hang. I'd give them up and join him.
; I'jj use everv dollar, everv wile and
i . . . , . ... T -, ,
! feminine device that I possessed. In
i his service. When a woman loves she
doesn't care what the world sajs. The
man mav be a weakling or worse, but
he is still her lover, and she will go to
The words had come tumbling forth
until Cherry was forced to pause for
"You don't understand." said Boyd.
"You are primitive: you have lived in
the open. She is exactly your opposite
Conservatism is bred in her. and she
can't help her nature. It was hard
even for me to understand at first, bui
when I saw her life, when I saw how
she had been reared from childhood.
I understood perfectly. I would no!
have her ether than she is. It is enough,
for me to knew that in her own waj
5he cares for me."
Gharry ".ossed her head in derisior
"For my part I prefer red blood to sap
and when I love I want to know it.
I don't want to have it proved to me
like a problem in geometery. 1 want
to love and hate and do wild, impul
sive things against my own judgment."
"Have you ever loved In that way?"
he inquired abruptly.
"Yes," ahe answered without hesita
tion, looking him squarely in the eye
with an expression he could not fath-
.Santa Fe, X. M.. Fort Apache, Arte..
Phoenix, Ariz., Yuma, Ariz., and Los
Denver used three pitchers in Sun
day's game wkh Wichita, and the vis
itors won, S-5. A proposed second
game was postponed by rain. Neither
club made an error.
Umpire Wood, p. new one, had an
awful time Sunday at Lincoln. He had
to banish the manager and pitcher of
tne Des Moines team, visiting,
By a six run shut out, Chicago made it
three straight over Boston at home Sun-
day. A triple by Parent and a, home
-,, hr noTirlill nfi1 Phicasrn four rUlls
run by Gandill netted Chicago four runs
in the fourth innntg. The triple play was
staged in the second 4n.mnS- Stahi
singled, Lewis beat an inrield hit and
Purtell lined to Parent. Parent tossed
the ball to Zeider, doubling Stahl oft
Jimmy Griffin, manager of the
Broadway Athletic club, announces that
he has matched Abe Atteli and Ad Wol
gast to fight 20 rounds in ijan Fran
risco on the night of October 11. Grif
fin stated that a referee would decide
the contest and if tnere was any in
terference on the part of the authori
ties, he would be prepared to meet it.
Atteli is at present in Milwaukee and
Wolgast is at his home in Cadillac,
Mich. Arrangements for the match
-.vere made by wire.
SAX AXTOXIO IHGGEST
CITY IX TEXAS.
SHva llclman Says El
Ought to 1
shnw Klftv Tlioiisan:! When Al
derman He Gave Salary to
Silva Heiman, noiet owner of San An
tonio, Tex., and vice president of the
Edgewood distilling company, is in the
city on a periodical visit. He says the
census figures for San Antonio are go
ing to snow it a city of almost a hun
dred thousand inhabitants, at least five
thousand larger than Dallas and still
the metropolis of the state. He says
from the looks of things, he should
think the El Paso census would bo fif
ty thousand, anyhow.
Mr. Heiman is a former San Antonio
alderman, and when he was in office
he donated his salary to charity. v
GOOD GAME TO THATCHER.
Solomonville, Ariz., Sept. Q9. The j
baseball game between the Thatcher
team and the Solomonville team here on
the Solomonville grounds resulted in
i a victory for the Thatcher team, the
score standing 1 to o.
RED SOX THE VICTORS.
The Red Sox cleanedt;the White Sox, j
nee Mavericks, once removed, Sunday
afternoon at the park of our country's !
father. The game was oh, just a cross
lot ball game. k
P. S. The score was 7 to 3.
L1VIE TO RETUR.Y SOOX.
D. S: Livie, the golf expert who was
hore during the 1S09-10 season at the
country club, will probably return for
tho ensuing winter season. He will not
return, however, from the Lake Gene
va, Wis., club until November 1,
When the digestion is all right, the
action of the bowels regular, there Is a
natural craving and relish ' for foodd.
When this is lacking you may know
that you need a dose of Chamberlain's !
Stomacli and Liver Tablets. They !
strengthen the digestive organs, im- j
prove the appetite and regulate the !
bowels. Sold by all druggists- j
615. I hank "heaven, Tm nob The
artificial kind! As you say. I'm primt-
tlve. I have lived!" Her crimson lips
j "I didn't expect you to understand
her," he said. "But she loves me.
! And I well, she Is my religion. A
J man must have some God. He can't
worship his own image."
Cherry Malotte turned slowly to the
landing place and made her way into
! the launch. All the way back she kept
j silence, and Boyd, confused by her at
tack upon the citadel of his faith and
1 strangely sore at heart, made no effort
i "Fingerless" Fraser met him at the
j water's edge.
"Where in the devil have you been?"
j he cried breathlessly,
i "At the Indian village after help.
j "Big George is In more trouble. He
t sefct for help two hours ago. I was
! iust going to 'beat it down there."
! "What's up?"
I "There's sir of your men in the bunk
j house all heat up. They don't look
like they'd fish any more for awhile,
j Marsh's men threw their salmon over
! hoard, and they had another fighL
1 Things are getting warm."
"We can't allow ourselves to be
driven from the banks," said Boyd
quickly. "I'll get the shoremen to
j gether right away. Find Alton and
j bring him along. We'll need every man
j we can get."
"Nothing doing with that party,
j He's quit like a house cat and gone to
j "Very well: he's no good anyhow.
He's better out of the waj"
He hurried through the building;
now silent and half deserted, gather
ing a crew; then, leaving only the ori
entals and the watchman to guard the
plant,- he loaded his men into the boats
and. set out.
All that afternoon and on through
the long, murky hours of the night the
battle raged on -the lower reaches of
the Kalvik. Boat crews clashed; half
clad men cursed each other and fought
with naked fists, with oars and club.
and when these failed they drove at
one another with wicked one tined
fish "pues." All night the hordes of
salmon swarmed upward toward the
fatal waters of their birth, through
sagging nets that were torn and sift,
beneath keels that rocked to the im
pact of strujrcrlinir. heedless bodies.
(To Be Continued.)
- ' aAXVXEA LAN ILI '
Cananea, Mex., Sept. 19. Philip Cole
is seriously ill at the company hospital
suffering from an attack of peritonitis,
broughA on by appendicitis. His father
is here from Globe, Ariz.
MAKE BIG- GAINS
Profits Dtuing Past Year
Show Remarkable In
crease; Much Work
Net profits of ?52,7S2. bringing the
total surplus to 3,26S,535 are shown by
the last aanual report of the Batopilas
Mines company, Chihuahua. Repair
and construction work necessitated the
shutting down of the mills for 24 days,
but the available water power "was
thereby increased over 50 percent. The
bullion production aggregated 1,097
bars of fine silver containing 1,047,625
ounces, an increase of over 107,760
ounces. The average price received for
bullion sold was 51.43 cents per ounce,
a decrease of 3 mills over tha pre
vious year. The native ore yielded "bver
6S percent of the total values, but
were les than three percent of -tho total
The mining expenses were increased
considerably, as more labor than ever
before was employed in the mines, and
a greater amount of ground was opened
up." The total mines workings were
2C.491 feet, being the largest accom
plished In any year in the history of
the company. Many new shafts were
timbered iud the San Miguel and onjn
chia mines unwatered.
IXSTAL.S XEW MACHIXERY
The Cia MInera Augustias Dolores y
Anexas, of Pozos, Guanajuato, Mexico,
has completed the installation of its
new electrical plant. A steam plant is
used to drive a 50 K. W. Westinghouse
alternating current generator running
at 1,200 revolutions per minute, and
with the generator installed, there is
an exciter switch board and protection
apparatus. The power of the generator
is used for driving electric motors,
these motors being directly connected
to one station pump and two sinking
pumps located in the mine. Other mo
tors operate Temple-Ingersoll electric
drills. This plant while small itself,
greatly reduces the former cost of
handling the water from the mine, and
the previous method of drilling, so
much so that a greatly increased output
has been rendered possible.
Sale of Fort Davis Abandoned Mili
tary Reservation. Department of the
Interior, General Land Office. Wash
ington. July 31, 1910. Notice is hereby
given that the Fort Davis abandoned
military reservation, Texas, which has
been surveyed into thirty lots, contain
ing 290.09 acres, and duly appraised.
will be sold at public auction under act j
of Congress of July 5, 1SS4 (23 Stat.
103), by James W. Witten. Superintend
ent of the Opening and Sale of Indian
lands, on or near the reservation, on
November 21, 1910. commencing at 10
oclock a. m. Each lot will be sold
separately at not less than the ap
praised price, but any person may pur
chase any number of tracts for which
he is the highest bidder. Payment must
be made at the time of sale either in
postoffice money order, certified check
drawn on a national bank, or New
York draft drawn by a national bank,
each payable to Fred Dennett, Commis
sioner of the General Lnnd Office,
Washington, D. C. S. V. Proudfit, Act
ins: Commissioner. Approved Aug. 1,
1910. Frank Pierce, Acting Secretary, j
Whisky has been driven from every place of honor because It Is a
bar to achievement, and a deadly enemy of happiness, and a menace
to physical and mental health.
A majority of all habitual users of alcohol would gladly quit drink
ing if they could ever get the poison out of their systems, and reach
a condition in which they could live in comrort witnout it.
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The School Board Revokes
Transfer Order That
An advance in salaries for a number ',
of El Paso school teachers, the re- !
scinding of an order made at a pre
vious meeting permitting children at-, i
. ICHUJllji IWC riaiiiuin, jy.iu.iuv illlU J3Cill
scnoois ro aitena san Jacinto scnooi. j
and the voting of two holidays in def- i
erence to the coming circus and El
Paso day at the fair, was the business
transacted at a special meeting of tha
school board Saturday night.
Those In attendance were president
E. R. Carpenter of the board of trus
tees, trustees Peab'ody, Harper. Wor
sham and Winter, superintendents Cro
zier and Ross and secretary Sawyer.
The meeting opened with a report
by the Internal committee adjusting
the salaries for a number of school
teachers, which was opposed by trustee
Winter, who stated that he preferred
to defer action until the amount of
the school levy was definitely known,
and also on the score that the teach
ers had signed contracts to teach for
tho amount they -were receiving.
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The report, however, was adopted,
only trustee Winter voting against It.
j The report of the increase to the teach
ers, and the appointments of new
teachers follows: ;
Miss Delia Kiefer as substitute, vice j
Mis Elizabeth Calder: salary $30, i
during absence of Miss Annie Robb:
Miss Le Baron and Miss Fannie Hen j
ning, high .school, departmental assist-
ants: S100 each ner month. '
Mis Kate Adams, "$70 to $7o.
Miss Audria Leona -Black, 60 to $65
Miss Rina Caldwell. $60 to $65.
Miss Alta Craig. $85 to $90.
Miss Jessie Darrock, $70 to $7S
Miss Aileen Hague, S60 to 565.
Miss Mary Henry. $S0 to $85.
Miss Sue Lattner, $60 to $65.
Miss Louise Long. $65 to $70.
Miss Hallie Long, $S5 to $90.
Miss Edith Mee. $90 to $100.
Miss Clara Mundy. $S0 to $S5.
Miss W. Ada Sandifer, $75 to $85.
Miss Annie Willbarger, $75 to $S0.
Miss Winnifred Wilson. 3S5 to $90.
Transfer Order Raises Row.
Owing to the discord it has created
and the misinterpretation of the order.
It was said, a motion carried at the
meeting to rescind the permission
granted a week afo for students of j
the Franklin. Alamo and Beall schools
to attend the San Jacintq school. Th
Mexican parents of children attending
the Franklin. Alamo and Beall schools
understood the order as a slap at them.
Superintendent Crozier, however, was
given permission to transfer students
in the event of the schools which they
should attend becoming overcrowd
ed. In all other Instances it "was votea
the district school Jines shall be strict
That men are but boys grown old.
especially when a circus or celebra
tion is an expected event, was made
evident by the voting of two holidays,
the first on September 29. when the
Barnum & Bailey circus will be the
attraction in El Paso, and the second
on November 2. which will be El Paso
daj at the fair.
To Employ a Laundress.
Tho proposition to "let the women do
the work." which was advanced and
later denounced by trustee Winter,
was brought up. when superintendent
Ross, of the manual training depart
ment jskfd for a negro woman to laun
der the towels.
"Haven't we a laundry at the
school?" Mr. Winter asked.
"Yes." was the answer.
"Why not let the girl students in that
department launder the towels for
practice?" Mr. Winter then asked.
When it was explained that the tow
els for one week furnish more work
than will be required for demonstra
tion during the entire school year. Mr.
Winter withdrew his suggestion. A
negro woman will be employed ar :
salary of $1.50 per day. x
An order was also made at the meet
ing to overhaul the electric fire alarm
system in all of the city schools. At
present the system is sadly out of re
pair, it was stated by superintendent
FIRE AT HAPRTSBURG
INJURES Ar? ENGINEER
Fire Originating in a Launch at the
Wharf There Does Damage Amount
ing to $20,000.
Houston. Tex.. Sept. 19. One man was
prob-iblv ifatnlly injured, a fast launch
destroyed, amd property on the Harris
burn' wharf damnrnvl ftiiim'ncr n into! l-
e:tima-ted at $20,000. a? the result of
flame breaking out on the launch
Edna IT. folkrwinfr an explosion on that
craft, believed to have ieen caused by
a leak in the raeo4ine tank, about 10
ocl'vk this morning.
Gordon Erehner. engineer of the
launch, is thought to be fatallv burned.
He w hromiht to St. Joseph's hospu.il
here. The flnmes snread to the wharf
and office of the Texas comnanv and
its tnk facilities were damaged." The
Houston fire lepartmont rushed to the
scene and extinguished the flames.
ELKS AVIIjIj DEDICATE
NE1V MEMORIAL. T VRL.ET
A memorial tablet will be dedicated
at the Elks lodge room on Sunday,
September 25, the dedicatory address to
be made' by Capt. T. J. BealL An ap
propriate program has been arranged
for the occasion.
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all Skin Diseases,
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