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EL PASO HERALD
Tliurs.lav. irv in. 1012
AND CLUB STANDINGS
Pt. Louis 6
New ork 6
Chicago at Boston.
ft Louis at Washington.
Detroit at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at New York.
At Boston R. H. K.
Boston 2 8
?t Louis 1 6
Batteries Boston, Wood and Nuna
Taktr, St. Louis. Pelty and Stephens.
" ahtngton Washing ton -Cleve-game
postponed on account of
Vewr York R. H. B.
ork . 4 2
Detroit 8 12 3
Batteries New York, Warhop, Hot!
and w llllams, Detroit. WiUett and
At Philadelphia R. H. B.
Philadelpuia 8 14 2
Chicago .0 2
Batteries Philadelphia. Houck,
Krause. Plank and Lapp: Chicago,
Lance, Peters. Mogridge and Kuan.
New York 18 4
Cincinnati M 6
Chicago 12 12
Boston . 9 16
Brooklyn T 14
Philadelphia 7 13
St. Louir. M IS
Boston at Cincinnati.
Brooklyn at St- Louis.
New York at Pittsburg.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
W edneaday'K Results.
At Pittsburg R. H. B
Pittsburg 3 7 3
New York 4 9 5
Batteries- Pittsburg. Caqrhitz and
Kelly, New York, Ames and Meyers.
At Cnicago Chicago-Philadelphia;
no game on account of wet grounds.
At St Louis R.BtH
St. Louis 10 15 '
Brooklj n 1 4 2
Batteries St. Louis. Willis and Win
go Brooklyn, Stack. Scbardt and
phries. McLesmad Clark
Brown and KlTag.
Waco .. So
Beaumont .. ...... .1
Houston . 1
San Antonio ..........17
Galveston . ........13
Fort worth 12
At GalTeston R. H. E.
Galieston . 3 7 0
Dallas 8 i
Batteries Galveston. Moore and H.
Williams, Dallas. Bader and Gibson.
At Beaumont R. H. K.
Beaumont .5 8 5
Waco 2 S 1
Batteries Beaumont. Martin and
Dawson, Waco, Miller and Carson.
At San Antonio R. H. E.1
San Antonio . 11 1
Fort Worth 4 8 5
Batteries San Antonio, Goodwin and
Smith, Fort Worth. Parish, Maple and
At Austin K.JLK
Austin 7 12 4
Houston ...11 1 1
Batteries. Austin. Herbert, Ayres and
Henninger; Houston. Ray and Rey
nolds. WBSTSRX LEAGUE.
At St. Joseph - R. H. E.
Wichita 4 11
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Cere The HeraM
El Paso. Texas.
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j St. Joseph. .. 6 8 o
jcnti.ier.es. nicaiub jacKson, Ferry
and Stark, St. Joseph, "oldrlng and
At Sioux City REE.
Sioux City 2 8 1
Denver .. 6 7 3
Batteries: Sioux City, Slaughter. Gtf
fen and Cadman; Denver. Kinselta and
PACIFIC COAST I.BAGUK,
At Los Angeles R. H. E.
Vernon t 1 7 4
Portland 14 18 2
Batteries: Vernon. Whalen and
Brown; Portland, Harkness and Haw
ley. At San Francisco ' R. H. B.
Oakland 2 6 0
San Francisco 1 C 2
Batteries: Oakland. Parker and Mltie;
San Francisco, Henley and Berry.
At Sacramento . R. H. E.
Los Angeles 5 12 0
Sacramento .- il
Batteries: Los Angeles. Hallaand and
Brooks; Sacramento, Byraoa and Cheek.
At Philadelphia R.
University of Philadelphia. 18
Lehigh University 2
At Princeton B.
Williams ...r. 2
At Kw Haven
Yale .... ..
Harvard .... .
TOHTBD STATES LEAGUE.
At Chicago Chlcago-PUtsburg game
postponed on account of rain.
At Montgomery R.
Montgomery ... 3
Game called last half of fifth; rain.
At Kansas City R.
Kansas' City i
At Toledo Toledo-Louisville game
postponed on account of wet grounds.
TO REVIVE WRESTLING
OUT ON PACIFIC COAST
Los Angeles. CaL, May 16 Wrest
ling, which of late has fallen on evil
days, is to be revived on the Pacific
coast. The Los Angeles Athletic club
has taken a hand In this movement.
Dan MeLeod. at one time heavy
weight champion of the world, and per
haps the cleverest living exponent of
the art. has been engaged as instruc
tor, and a large number of well known
business men have signified their in
tention of joining his classes.
In the' days when he was in the
"game." MeLeod met most of the big
wrestling stars of the world, among
them Frank Gotch. The match be
tween them took place at a country fair
In Iowa, and according to Gotch's own
description, it must have been & hum
mer. With the Atheletic club behind the,
revival of the great old sport, the fu
ture of wrestling on the coast looks
very bright. The Y. M- C A. here is
devoting a great deal of attention to
this branch of athletics, and expects
to turn out a great many good men.
Their instructor. Donovan, is still In
Msprime, and is capable of putting up
a 'good, stiff argument. Future con
tests between their pupils, however,
will determine whether or not he ranks
With MeLeod as an instructor.
Let Yoar Summer Suit
be a Royal tailored suit and it will be
one you'll always feel proud of. We've
hundreds of new and snappy patterns.
R. V. Pearson. 110 Texas, Local Home
of Royal Tailoring.
LOS ANGELES NOT
CRAZY OVER HERRICK
Times Thinks It Wouldn't
Be Bad if He Didn't
Come Back Again.
Los Angeles does not think much of
Jack Herrlck, one of its native sons,
who is in i El Paso preparing for a fight
in the Juarez bull ring Sunday with
'Kid" Mitchell, at least the dope writer
on the Los Angeles Times does not
view with favor Herrlck' s fistic ability.
Under the heading "Alias middle-
weights" he has the following to say i
"Jack Herrlck has gone to EI Paso
to fight Kid Mitchell. What pleases
about this small Item is the thought
flf frli nfa.. Iftna atlAa mA l,jt,AAn T .sia
1. -- .,.-t. awaap. uaoa..!... w..ti.a. u.
Angeles and El Paso. Now if they w ill
relieve our anxiety by matching Ko -ard
Morrow somewhere in the wilds of
Siberia, where it Is easy to get in bnt
hard to get out. our joy will be com
plete. We'll try then to forgive Uncle
Tom for this crop of middleweights if
he won't do it again."
About Most Anything
"Heba" Dougherty Explains, King
Ed Joins a Boxing Club, and
All About Southpaws.
By Timothy Turner.
PEAKING of fired prise fights
"what you don't know don't
give you no headache," as old Bill
Bally used to say.
Judge P. F. Edwards, Waters Davis
and C H. Leavell. El Paso patrons of
the Scotch game, are down at Dallas
knocking little balls about in the state
golf tournament. Preliminary play be
ygan Tuesday with a large group of
golfists in four flights for as many
"Hobo" Donghert), who helped train
Wolgast for the match with Willie
Ritchie and crouched In Ad's corner
during the scrap, has this to say:
"I have seen Ad in every fight for
the last seven years and he looked to
me about like the same old boy. His
wind was all right. The main point in
which he seems to have suffered is his
judgment of distance. I will admit
that this was very poor. Ad told me
after the fight that he will make a
specialty of boxing when he trains for
Rivers in order to correct this defect."
Kid Ed is a good sport. English
sports are jolly glad about something
that chanced the other day. His royal
majesty, the kink up and jined the
Army and Navy Boxing club. Eddie
has always had some name as an ad
vocate of the ponies, but this prize
fight thing is a new twist to the royal
disposition. Just think If B. Taft would
do such a thing! What would the pa
pers eay? Oi, yol!
"Why can't a left-handed batter sue
cessfnlly hit a southpaw
That's a niiPji.lon that lotur has wor-
ia.4 jn .h faitae 11,, An. 'T-fcA,' IXTKitA
- . . - .. .. .. ..
the left-handeri nitchnr nt the rhireo
IXJtlltaa CAY KttCS tt AAnTlnrlAf aanntifl'h '
answer to the everlasting query "Doc '
is rather peevish about the simplicity
of the fans in not understanding the
thing how awfully simple it is!
Here's what White has to say
"It is the simplest thing in the world.
The majority of the pitchers in the big
leagues are right handed, are they not?
When you were a kid and played on the
lots a majority of pitchers then were
right handed, were they not' Admitting
that, isn't it reasonable to assume that
a ball player from his earliest days
to the time he gets into the big leagues
hits against right handed pitchers twice
as often as he does against southpaws?
Well, that's the answer and that's all
there is to it
"If the big leagues should decide to
carry a half dozen left handed pitchers
and only one or two right handers,
you would find that in the course of a
very short time all these fellows who
cannot hit left handed pitchers would
soon be able to solve the portside
shoots. Take Ty Cobb, for instance.
I used to like to pitch against him
when he first broke into the American
league. He was the easiest kind of a
proposition for me. But now well. I
can't fool him any more, and no other
left bander can, I don't care who he
Kit Mitchell, the local boy who will
meet Jack Herrlck in the Juarez bull
ring next Sunday, will come down this
week from his training- camp at Carni
tine and will fnish tils training tn the
Moose club rooms. Mitchell has worked
off most of an excess three pounds, and
is said by his trainers to be in fine
Herrlck continues ' his training: in a l
local, club, and made his weight long I
Oxford, Cub last
I a w
"N W JakaSabV )C
Restless feet give constant wear to shoes
for little men, but no such shoes will give
so much wear and so much satisfaction
to both the boy and his mother as the
for little men
These shoes are made in a factory which
makes more boys' shoes than any other
shoe factory in the world.
W. H. McElwain Company, Boston
M ' N
Loans and Investments
United States Bands $ 753,225,00
Cash on hand 554,317.02
Capital Stock .'
Surplus and Profits
Circulation . JL .....
DEPOSITS:' ' '
Bank .' $,OS4,711.11
United States 154,830.45
SCOTT TELLS WHY
HE QUIT ROAD RACE
He Says Lordsburg-Pkoeuix
Scheme Is Void
Douglas, Arlx May 16. Although
John Scott, after learning of the prop
osition (or the Lordsburg-Phoenix road
race, drew down his St. 000. refusing to
consider the race under such an agree
ment, he is ready to make the trial if
Globe will agree to a fair proposition.
This is shown by the following mes
sage which Scott signed
"Put Clifton on your route. Cut out
Tombstone on ours. Won't go against
two cars If really want race, submit
proposition in writing. If not accept
able to me, we will make one to you.
Accepted your original proposition,
then ou changed it Want to avoid
changes after match is made If prop
osition is satisfactory will coer your
"J. H. Scott"
This message was evoked by one
from M L. Naquin. of Globe, to the
Dispatch who has acted as Intermedi
ary for Scott His message said-
'Have ou received wire from Silver
Belt regarding Lordsburg to Phoenix
l. '""-I " " " w uu "-
Taanri tn nn nlllosc What of a vaii iia.
Trying out your road'
M. L. Naquin.
"Globe has offered a, proposition
which is devoid of any sporting chance.
I offered to take them up upon their
original proposition and posted mv
mone to prove my willingness," said
They have eliminated Clifton from
their schedule. In this way they have
cut off some of the hardest parts of
their route as well as shortening the
distance materially On the other hand
they have sought to put Tombstone on
our route This does not appear tn
the route at all and Is not advertised
as a portion of it. -whereas Clifton is
on their route.
"I proposed that I would race one
car against one car. They wish to
ring in two. This I will not consent
to When they are ready to make a
fair, sporting proposition, I am ready
to come to terms but not before.
When Scott withdrew the $1,000.
which he had posted with the First I
isattonal bank, he gave a written 1
statement to cashier F. W. Graves.
LOS AXGELBS AITOISTS
STOP OVBR IX BL PASO.
A. L. Bush and H C. Henderson, of
Los Angeles, arrived In Kl Paso
Wednesday evening on an automobile
tour over the Borderland route from
the Paclfie coast. They say that the
roads have been excellent, and that
they experienced little difficulty. They
have taken seven days so far, making
many stopovers. The motorists are on
the way to Dodge City, Kan., and will
then take a side trip up into Canada.
Let Your Summer Suit
be a Royal tailored suit and it will be
one you'll always feel proud of. "We've
hundreds of new and snappy patterns.
R. V. Pearson, 110 Texas, Local Home
of Royal Tailoring.
Kodak finlihlns "as it should be
done," at Feldman's. Our prices have
been reduced, ask ror new price list
Is on every
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April 18, 1912
CAPT. MURRAY, OF
Xational Guard Torn With
Roswell. X. M.. May IS. CapL M. &
Hurray, commander of battery A. na
tional guard, and Lieut. Charles de
Bremond. have forwarded their resig
nations to governor McDonald. CapL
Murray was a candidate for adjutant
general. The battery and the people
of this section claim that A. S. Brooks.
who landed the appointment, did not
fiR-bt fair, but used surreptitious and
questionable methods in attempting to
get the data which would prejudice the
appointment of Capt. Murray, even go
ing to the extent of threatening mem
bers of the battery with dishonorable
discharges for circulating a petition
for Murray's appointment. It is ex
pected that a national war department
Inquiry will result, and the resignation
of the adjutant general be requested.
SAM SCHWARTZ CAXT SEE
BULL GAMES IX I.O.VDO.V.
The Chicago Cubs have one less
worshipper in El Paso this spring. He
is Sam Schwartx who Is traveling
abroad. Sam writes from London via
the post card route that they do not
play ball In that bally town (only
Sam didn't say bally) but aside from
that shortcoming the town is a good
one. Sam will visit his old home in
Hungary before he returns In time to
see the world's championship series.
DECIDE TIE VOTE
BY TOSS OF COIN
Tom Quigley to Represent
Local Printers at Inter
national Convention. 4
Heads Tom wins and tails Bert loses.
That was the final result of the voting
at a called meeting of the SI Paso
Typographical union Wednesday after
noon to select a delegate to the. inter
national convention to be held in
Cleveland next August. Tom Quigley
and Bert Herskowitx were candidates
for the place as delegates from the
local Tpo Each received an equal
number of votes. They tossed a coin
and Tom won.
The local union also voted for inter
national officers Wednesday, and the
result of the vote will be forwarded to
the international headquarters at In
dianapolis. 'Eastern Style Dairy Lunch
Room For EI Paso To Be
Known As the American
Dairy Lunch Company,
Located at the coVner of Mills street
and Mesa avenue, in the Roberts-Banner
building, to be opened Msy JL
This tle of lunch sening is the
most popular in all the larger cities,
where the business class requires quick
service and at popular prices The
equipment Is modern and sanitary,
which must be seen to be ap
preciated The management has se
cured the 8er ices of an eastern chef
and will purchase the er best the
The rnern-an Iair Lumh Co "ill
Introduce the eastern system of both
counter and table services, under th
new management of H. C Btlltnfts. of
Mllwaukei Wis Open daj and night.
jdHBSja , .
I SPLENDID I j
I n a im i '
m In Deposits I IBbbbWbbm-M"-!"""'"""!
MyfH NaBsn 1
B Feb. 20, 1906 $ 211,377.90 I h
Feb. 20. 1907 4S6.496.71 1 11
B Feb. 20, 190S 599,952.81
B Feb. 20, 1909 1,419,269.93
SHI Feb. 20, 1910 1,615,611.90
Feb. 20, 1911 1,901,897.91 !
Feb. 20, 1912 2273,135.05 Q ,
S There is a reason for I
this splendid growth. H ' 1
Try ns. 1
H 4 PAID ON SAVINGS yQ B : I
$1 Opens An Account
1 Rio Grande Valley I f
Bank & Trust Co. I
B "Bank of Service." Ij
For Sale at Par and
Security is believed to ber two for
one aBd increasing in value.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $200,000.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVING ACCOUNTS
C R- M0REHEAD, President C. N. BASSETT, Vice President
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Asst Cashier.
The savings-bank habit means sound sleep, good digption. cool judg
ment and manly independence. The most healthful thing I know of is a
savings-bank book there are no nuscrobes in it to steal away your peace
of mind. It jsa guarantee of good behavior.
We pay 4 per cent interest, compounded twice a year
EL PASO BANK & TRUST CO., El Paso, Texas
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BANK OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK.
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IKTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
SAFETY BOXES FREE FOR USE OF OUR CUSTOMERS.
IT ON II
Celebration to Be Held Sun- j
day Feast of Weeks
Confirmation services will be held by
rabbi Martin Zielonka in Temple Mt.
Sinai next Sunday at 10 a. m. The
Opening hymn Psalm 100. Temple
Service Prayer book, pp lS-17f;
Quartet "Holy. Holy. Holy." (Gou
nod) Temple choir
Anthem "Father, see Thy suppliant
children" (Munn) Temple choir.
Opening prayer. Edwin Steffian.
Ausheben Prayer book, pp 202-207.
Reading from the scrolls Isidore
Goodman. Errold Lapowski.
"The ten words" the class.
The Haphtarab Luis Zork
Einheben Prayer book. pp. 222-223.
The floral crowns The crown of
power. Errold Lapowski: the crown of
holiness. Isidore Goodman, the crown
of learning. Jennie Stolaroff: the crown
of a good name. Blanche Schwartx
"Draw near all ve people," (Men
delssohn) Mrs. W. W. Evans.
Gems in the crown of a good name
Honor. Edwin Steffian: father and
mother's love. Louis Zork; wisdom.
Maurice Blumenthal, reverence. Gladys
Anthem "With sacred Joy," tradi
tional: Temple choir
Confession of faith, the class
Closing prayer Maurice Blumenthal
Presentation of Certificates A. A.
Kline, president Temple.
Anthem "Blessed is he who oometh"
(Gounod) Temple choir
Blessing the connrmants Organ and
Largo (Handel): organ, Mr Moore:
violin. Mr Lefkovitx.
Sermon "Thy people my people:
thy God. my God" Rabbi Martin Zie
lonka. ley Buck) Mr Witte' ' !
Closing service f raver book, pp 224
The confirmants are Maurice Blumen
thal. 07 Xorth Oregon street Isidore
Bernard Goodman 110 West Nevada
street: Errold Lapowski 404 East Rio
tranae sireei xsianine enwanz ivi i j
North Virginia street lilads Schwarx.
SOtOctavia street Kdwln Theoiore
Steffian. Chihuahua. Met, 1101 Mesa
avenue. Jennie Stolaroff. 819 North
Oregon street. Luis Zork, Chihuahua,
Mex., 1101 Mesa avenue
The "Feast ef "Weeks."
v Services will be held In the temple
Tuesday evening next Maj 21. begin
ning at S oclock in celebration of the
"Feast of Weeks The subject of the
sermon by rabbi Zielonka will be "Some
modern negatives "
Shabuoth. "The Feast of Weeks."
also called "The Feast of the First
Fruits" falls according to the Jewish
calendar, on the sixth of Slvan which
will occur this sear on the eve of the
21st of Mas Its name is derived from
the seven weeks which elapsed between
the departure of the children of Israel
from Egpt and their arrival at Mt
Sinai Like its companion holiday the
Feast of Passover, it too has both an
agricultural and a historical aspect
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ski iy mmsis evertmqe
This was the early harvest season w n
the first of the wheat, baked in tn-
loaves of bread, was brought a a"
offering of gratitude, and as a tokn '
man's dependence upon the goodness
God Hlstoricall It carries us back
memory to the promulgation of the e
oommandments. when Israel accept i
the new moral code and -eligious letti
lation. and was aroused for the n--:
time to the consciousness of his n v
siiiiuuBi Lften aiizM ues.iny lne t. -i
commandments were the Magna Cba-j
of religion Having secured politu il
freedom. Moses found it necessar -
give his people religious freedom T' -new
nation must be buttressed upon -
liglous obligation Thej ma he a
kingdom, but the must be a "kins lo-i
of priests a holy nation
Shabuoth has gained a stronger a-d
a more impressive hold toda b er
twining its symbolism about the m
pressionable child Confirmation s
the outh s feast of seir-consec-am
We publicH affairm h this ceremonial
that our children, the flrst ripe fruits '
our religious schools shall st
moralH and religiousK in the same en
thuslastic and receptive attitude as .i
their fathers at the foot of Mt Sini
Shabioth has a distinct W mode.n tni
indispensable appeal to the indiMdua
U teaches, first of all that religion
hZTZS1 Vlt r the actuating V
7-od, 8anctlon of Personal, social and
national character Seconds- it era
&??, Ch.USK,f ""P'ous Vreedom a.
the most highH prized privilege and
possession of the human tace
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