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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, November 5, 1912 11
Rucker, of Dodgers, May Be
CHICAGO. ML, Nov. 5. WW Nap
Rucker be with the Cwbs next
Rumor around the inside circles says
that he will and they pot a capital
"VC" on the- will.
With Chance out of the game It will
need a stron bill to cover UP the va
cancy and make the fans give the West I
SMde club the support which they have
favored it with In the years gone by. I
Nap Rucker seems to be the answer J
ti the unsolved question of how to
coer that vacancy.
It is known that manager Evers
wants more orbetter pitching material.
The staff this nast season was rather
weak. They were going along without
a twiner who could be aosoiuieiy qe
pended upon to bring home the bacon.
Kcrt year Evers will have to have
better timber They have a bunch of
i oungsters and some of them must go.
They will make room for one or two
regular fllngers fellows who can be
defended upon in the tight holes.
h pick Nap Rucker' That ques
tion is asked first, naturally.
Owner Charles Ebbets. of the Brook
'lB Dodgers, wants Jimmy Sheckard as
manager for next season Evers wants
more speed on the West Side club-
CHARUSY COMISKBT, owner of the
Chicago White Sox, has announced
that the team will train next sea
son at Paso Bootee California.
The French Boxing federation has no
tified Billp Papke who recently defeat
ed George Carpentter that it be can
r.ake 160 pounds, the French middle
weight Jimit, it will present him with
the title. Papke was a few pounds over
weight when he fOKht Carpentier sev
eral weeks ago and forfeited $1000.
The proposed Australian baseball trip
which was to nave started from San
Francisco under the management of
Cal Ewing has blown vu . Having heard
tliat their expenses were not guaran
teed the players canceled the trip, and
th" deal was iff
Hugh Duffy, former manager of tha
Milwaukee American Association league
I club, is reported to nave accepiea au
offer made te him by the St Paul ciun
to lead that team In the season of
Articles have been signed for & 10
round bout between Mike Malone, of
Inmver, Colo and Frankie White, of
Chicago, to take place at Raton, New
Mexico, on the evening of November 9.
They will weigh in at 13S pounds.
a . .:. ... " - ,.
paeKey jac ar lana, ue mcagn nm
weight, has denied the report that he
would reUre from the ring. Several
rumors were in circulation that the
"Windy City boy would retire within a
ear but Packey has discredited these
I; eral matches ahead and he will stick 1
the ring until age yets mm.
Kid Williams, the BalUmore boxer,
won the decision over Joann Hughes,
the English bantam weight in a six
round slugging match at Philadelphia.
After the second round Williams took
the lead but was forced to extend him
self in order te keep up with the little
Roger Breanahan, late manager of the
St Louts Cardinals, is the latest dia
mond graduate, to take np the stage.
Pjoger has been offered a Job of "put
ting It over."
Arrangements are under way for an
eight round bout between Packe Mc
Fartand, of Chicago, and Harrv Brewer,
of Kansas City to take place at St
XiOtiK on No ember 27
Moj-quis F. Horr, football coach at
"Purdue University, was summarily dis
missed today at a special meeting of
the board of directors of the Purdue A.
A. The action came' as a big surprise
to the students. Coach Moll will con
tinue in charge of the team. The foot
ball team has been playing a losing
game, and it was charged that coach
Horr neglected his duties.
Ts Oscar Battling Vathew Nelson,
onoe king of the light weights, decrepit
and in danger of meeting serious Injury
in the ring because his phvsical powers
are impaired' That is the question
which (Bill) W. A. Phelon, chairman of
the Cincinnati boxing commission, will
propound to his fellow commissioners
HOTELS A2fD RESORTS
R assrea, aA yen Te&ala eared, we
knew, and ye will U yon. try it.
Conceded tfc greatest fcidsey water
Why set -t Sayveod Hat
Springs first, since you will eventu
ally go ifeerw aayway!
Laige Modem Hotel. Perfect CH
T. C Xo&enaott. "The Faywesi"
Fayweoa, f . HE.
CORPUS BEACH HOTEL,
Corpus Christi, Texas.
ABSOLOTKLY TJJtA PKOOF
OPEN AIA TEAR ROUND.
Cool, comfortable and elegant Best
American Plan Hotel on Texas coast
Rates $3 50 per day and upwards.
Special weekly and monthly rates.
Distilled Water for drinking filtered
water for bathing. Hotel faces finest
and safest surf bathing Beach in the
HAY FEVER SUFFERERS find In
stant and permanent relief while en
joying themselves at Corpus Beach
Hotel located on a beautiful breeze
swept Peninsula the healthiest spot
on the Texas Coast
All trains on S. A. ft A. P. Railway
oi request of Passengers.
GEO E. KORST. Mauazer.
stop at "Corpus Beach" Hotel Station
Mrs. Harriet A. Smart
214 Mactfeea Aveaae, MFWYRRK
Corner Thirty-rfxth St. "tff ! nu"
Has elegant single er tteeble roems
with or wJthHt beard private bath.
Notable fer heme like atmosphere.
Reasonable senxaer rates. Write foi
Play With Cubsj
he's got to have it It was stated and
the tip came from mighty near the
throne room that Sheckard was through
with the Cubs. That he would not be
with those present when they left for
the training trip next spring.
Murphy has gone east Ebbets wants
Sheckard. Some of the young pitchers
mnst go and possibly others on the
Those inside say that Murphy will
talk trade with Ebbets while in Brook
lyn thus Sheckard, Ed Rnelbach and i
possibly one or two young pitcners ior
Evers is net in the market very hot
for outfielders Otis Clymer will un
donbtedly fill Sheckard's garden on the
West Side. Clymer is a youngster, he's
fast and was np with the high ones In
the American association last year with
the war club.
The fans figure that Archer's talk
with Evers before the manager left
town signifies that Archer will be one
of the hold-outs of the coming season.
Archer is one of the backbone of the
Cubs and is the dean of the big league
catchers. If Archer should decide to
hold-out and Murphy failed to come
through with the extra compensation it
wonld mean another big gap to fill and
Evers has plenty of work on his hands
as it stands.
on his return to Cincinnati Bat Nelson
is matched to meet Tommy Jary in a
10 round bout in the Ohio city on No
vember 11- Phelon said that he feared
some serious injury might befall Nelson
In the ring and that he -would not like
to have it happen in Cincinnati, where
the sport is in a fair way to enjoy a
winter boom. So the question of a per
mit must be considered by the commis
BRESNAHAN WILL BE
FREE AFTER NOV. 7
If Xet Claimed by JSational League
dub by That Time He Will Be at
Liberty to Join Americans.
St Louis, Mo.. Nov. 5. Unless one of
seven National league clubs other than
St Louis puts in a claim for Roger
Bresnahan's services before November
7, the ex-manager of the Cardinals will
be a free agent at liberty to sign with
an American league club, according to
Lon O. Hocker. attorney for Mrs. Helene
Hathaway Koblson Brltton.
When Bresnahan received his ten
days' notice of his unconditional release
the National commission was notified
of Roger's absolute dismissal from the
managerial chair at Robison Field.
This operates the same as asking for
waivers, Mr. Hocker said, and it is up
to the other National league teams to
negotiate with Bresnahan at once. Oth-
arwfc h is ff-A tn tain t)it Jntinsuin
i ian organization.
However,- the cardinal ciud win roc
make a trade for Bresnahan. Mrs. Brit
ton doesn't want to use him as a pawn
to strengthen her team. Bresnahan is
through as manager in St Louis and
he may go wherever he chooses. He's
free to negotiate with any team in the
parent body and may seU his services
to the hghest bidder. That's the stand
taken by the local club owner.
However, Bresnahan's friends say he
wj!I entertain no proposition at present
He intends to fight for the fulfillment
of his contract and will not seek em
ployment until he has reached a settle
ment iih the Cardinal club.
Manager Bresrahan is confined to his
bed at the Planters Hotel, under a phy
He refuses to make a statement about
BA8KRALL IS LOTS OF PUN'
SAY LOREtTO ACADEMY GIRLS.
While El Paso school girls are con
tent to play basketball as a means of
diversion that game is not so popu
lar in some other towns. For in
stance, up in Las Cruces they are in
clined to the more mannish sport of
baseball. It is now the favorite game
at Loretto academy and is considered
not nearly as rough as basketball, and,
as the girls say. it's lots of fun.
DILLOJV "WINS FROM FI.1.,
Wabash. Ind , Nov. 5 Jack Dillon, of
Indianapolis, knocked out .Tack Flynn,
of Streatoi. Ill . in the fourth of a
scheduled 10 round bout last night
Flynn was floored twice fn be final
HEAD OF BELL PHONE
THI ODOKf. . 1 VII.
Theodore N all tho foremost tele
phone man in the wo-ld, -was born in
Carrol count. O. on July 16 1845.
Vfter finNhinc scnool in New
.7erse he besan the studv of medicine
but betame imer ted in the teles taph
and telephone and after a few years
left everything- else to devote his en
tire time to building up the telephone
system which he believed to be pecu
liarly adapted to the rush -work of
American business life.
Mr. Vail has never worked harder
than he plays. He has never been too
busy to listen to good music, to read
good books, to enjoy pictures and to
indulge his love of outdoor life. He
has one of the finest libraries in the
state of Vermont His house there,
although beautiful, is a home rather
than a palace. In it is a $40,000 pipe
organ Once every year, Mr. Vail
brings un from New York a dozen of
the finest musicians to give a concert i
to which bis country neighbors for 10
miles around are invited.
He manages to spend a portion of
each week on his farm, going back
and forth from New York in his pri
vate car, which is equipped with elec
trical devices that permit of telegraph
messages being sent while the car is
Port Lavaca, Tex., will hold an elec
tion some time in November for the
purpose of voting on the issuance of
good road bonds to the amount of
If on are goir.g to fence, get some
of Lander's treated posts, Adv.
IHsbsssbIBpBF " 'anssRnPSpiiHHassssBsssssssssssH
how much time is lost through needless
hand adjustments on the ordinary machines?
Do you realize, for example, how much time is lost in
ordinary letter writing by the hand adjustments of the car
riage necessary to write the date, the address, indent the
paragraphs, write "yours truly" and address the envelopes?
REMINGTON eliminates these hand adjustments-
absolutely A single toueh on one of the SELECTOR
KEYS brings the carriage instantly to the exact point
on every line where the writing is to be done.
And this is only one &i the many
labor s'aving features of the
Visible Models 10 and 11
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FOR MARFA DISTRICT
Marfa. Tex., Nov. 4 K. C. Miller has
turn appointed United States commie-
ner for this district
The rhamber of commerce has added
t- its list the name of Mrs. L. H. Dean.
Fl Paao as member. Mrs. Dean has
crsive holdings in our county.
The rattle inspectors stated that 1202
a-s of cattle have ben snipped from
the district within a year-
TO I SB TRAM KSGIJiBS
FOR MOUNT AI HAULING
Miver City. N. M. Nov. 6. W. A.
Ten. the freighter, has received a
mobster tram engine that it is said
-svill do the work of 50 horses, and it
s to be used in his freight business
between this place and the Burro moun
tain and the mining camps '.n the
Magollons. He ordered two constructed
especially for mountain climbing. One
of them has reached here and it made
a trial trip to Leopold. The engines
are equipped to use gasoline, and if a
suet ess, will cause 100 horses to be dis
placed, the saving in feeding them
hen much more than the expense of
n-pr rating the engines.
AITOS LEFT OUT WILL
UK ARRESTED BY POLICE
Hereafter automobiles left standing
it night, either on the residence or
business streets, will be found at the
police station, according to police chief
1 N Davis. "I consider the automobile
left on the streets without the lights
burning a menace to traffic and life,
and from now on any car found in that
condition will be brought to the sta
tion." The burning of lights on auto
mobiles is eoveredT by the city ordi
nance, and that provision, the chief
stated Tuesday morning, he would rig
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; 3IAN1 PUZZLE A.N SAVERS.
The great number of answers
to The Herald's presidential
puzzle has made it necessary
to give the judges more time.
Answers may be left at the va-
rious stores up to Thursday
night and the winner will be
announced In Saturday's Her-
Washington. D. C, Nov. 6. The con
dition of the United States treasury at
the beginning of business Monday was-
Working balance. J92.871.S05.
In banks and Philippine treasury.
Total of general fund. $149,615,622
Receipts Saturday. $3,977,978.
Deficit this fiscal year, $1 Sld.034, as
against a deficit of $20,381,150 last year.
The figures for receipts, disburse
ments and deficit exclude Panama canal
and public debt transactions.
The plant has been secured and con
struction work will start within the
next few weeks en an electric light
plant at Paducah, Tex.
SELECTOR of tfift rvTrxtel 10
HOT WATER BOTTLE
IN THE JUNK PILE
No Longer Any U For It Electricity
Hit. Driven It late Exile and Has
Brenght Forth Much That
Een mothers are being modernized.
No longer does the thoughtful head of
the household warm a flatiron before
the fire in the Franklin, open faced
stove, then wrap it in a cross section
of discarded flannel blanket and place
it at the foot of the bed on the cold win
Instead she slips an electric cord
socket into the nearest electric fixture
turns on the switch and a modern elec
tric heating pad warms the feet and
Electric Hot Water Bag
heart of the sleeper, all at the saine
time. The electric pad, heated with
juice from the nearest electric light
connection has chased the hot water
bags, bottles, flat irons and other local
heating appliances out of the markets
and homes. Costing but $5 or $6. these
electric pads) are fine first aids to
sufferers from rheumatism, neural
gia, toothache or just plain
old fashioned cold feet, and
they save a world of worry
heating water There is none of the
sloppv bother as with the hot water
bags and it is ready for use In two min
utes after the need is felt
Electric stores have other and equally
new wrinkles in things electric The
The Electric Healer
made to warm a cozy corner In a pair
electric substitute for the oil stove
is a little Uo burner radiator which
i may be carried around the house and
B nssBsmsfll I3sh 991 7dBbs.BB dLbH
Do not-wait until your business has asstfmed great ja-Qportaons ba&xre open
ing an account.
Our policy is lo give equal .attention and courtesy fa. ail! xegairaless c the
amount of business done; and we are prepared to panform all functions of
JAMBS & MeNARY, Vice Preside.
W. I TOOLEY, Vice Preidet.
E. JL HURD, Viee President. .
COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS DEPARTMENTS
Capita! and Surplus $360,000. Resources $2,500,000
W. W. Turney. President.
S. T. Turner. Vice President.
W. Cooley, Vice President.
T. M. Wingo, Vice President.
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Custom Assay Office
CRIXCHETT 4 FERGUSON
Assayers Chemists Metallurgists
AGENTS FOR ORE SHIPPERS
210 San Fraacjscc St
Bell Phone 334. Auto Phone 1334.
Jntfependehs Assay Offtoe
D. W. Esckhjlbt. EJf., Proprietor.
Agtnt jor Ort Shippers Aftuft ati
Chemical Aaalftit. Mints ExamlmaA
and Rtported Upon. Milan Work a
8slattt. p.0. box 8B.
Office and Laboratory:
EL PASO. TEXAS.
of minutes. It stands any place where
it fan be connected with the electric
wiling and gives out a swarming glow
that takes the chill off of the odd cor
ners where the grate fire fails to pene
trate. Electric toasters, roasters, irons cof.
fee percolators, tea urns, chafing d!hes i
and many other things electric have
come into being latel . things our
grandmothers never dreamed of and
that even people of the present gener
ation did not expect a few years ago.
THE ALABAMA MINSTRELS.
The Colorado Snrinss Dailv New of
May 25 said: ' The Alabama minbtrels is
j undoubtedly one of the best, if not tne
best negro minstrels that has eer is
j ited this section of the state Tne
weamer was er lureaieiiiuK wm
night when the show was to open lut
the people continued to come till stand
ing room was almost at a premium Th.
first performance was just sinipl rich
and furnished enough amusement to
make even the most skeptical or hard
hearted enjov it Then to our surprist
each performant e following was better
We feel sure that every one present en
joyed it to the fullest extent.
"We feel perfectly safe in stating that
this is the cleanest and most up to date
minstrel that we have ever bad an op
portunity of visiting."
The company will exhibit at the cor
ner of Second and Santa. Fe streets, in
El Paso. Friday. Ndv S Adv.
VT THE GRECIAN
Large crowds witnessed the master
piece. "Undine." at the Grecian theater
yesterday. The wonderful exhibition
there shown is something the manage
ment says no amusement seeker should
fall fo- witness. It is out of the ordin
ary and fully up to the expectations and
anticipations of all who beheld it The
splendid service in this line brought out
the life like features and actions, dress
and movements of the picture, and some
said they could almost hear the words.
Today is the last day.
On account of the finishing touches
and work on the outside of the the
ater, no matinee is given, but the doors
are open at 5 p m promptl
See "Undine" at the Grecian The
, 'erice is up to date in eery wa.
Small Accounts As Well
As Large Ones Are
Do It Now
Capital and Surplus, $1,000,000
JOSHUA S. RAYJJOLDS, Presioeat.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
. M. Bray.
J. . Robertson.
W. . Arnold, Cashier1.
S;g. X. Schwabe, Assistant Cashier.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AWD PROFITS, $200,000.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUITTS
C. R. MOREHEAD, President C. X. BASSETT, Vke Promdart.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. GEO. D. FLORY, CasWec
L. J. GILCHRIST, Asst Cashier.
MAKES YOU SAVE
Makes you save in spite of yourself. A small savings bank we
will loan you one if you want to start to save.
Your wages get into tne bank whether you put them there or not.
If you spend all, the other fellow banks your money.
Resolve to be the "Other Fellow." Cone to us today.
Get one of our beautiful little savings banks and start the "Savings
EL PASO BANK & TRUST CO.
EL PASO, TEXAS
A NEW PICTURE
OF THOS. A. EDISON
mrkfm" vrm tir, gets foot
CRl SHED VT BIG SPRINGS
Big Springs. Te-sas. Xo 5 G W.
Stovall T & P brakeman ot this city,
suffered a painful and serious accident
w hile his train was switching at Pecos.
In an attempt to board his train, he
missed his footing and sot his right
foot crushed. He is receiving treat
ment at Pecos pending his removal to
the T St P. hospital at Marshall.
Mrs. Chas. Lav. aged 19 years, died
at her home in this city after a short
illness. Deceased leaves .in infant
child and husband. The remains were
interred in this city.
The first frost of the season has ap
peared. It was a month later than
The remains of Mrs. Dave Beirj. a
former resident of this city, passed
through here en route to Terrell for
burial. Sh? died in El Paso.
A snap 100 "A" grade doors at a
bargain. Lander Lumber Co. Adv.
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EDGAR W. KAYSER, CftshW.
WALTER JL BUHiBR, As&i. Cfesiwr.
GLEN T. MOORE, Assi. Cashier.
& TRUST CO.
H. E Christie, Secretary.
P. L. Atkinson, Assistant Cashier.
J. H. Pollard.
B. U. Woraham.
H. D. Bowman.
All Work Guaranteed.
We give gas for extraction.
203 Trust Bldg.
Our a la Carte service
is fine Private timing
rooms. Well c&oked
meals. Careful ser&ice
Drinks of all kinds.
Lone Stmt Inn
On the County Road
61-2 Miles From BI Pas
TIZ For Sore Feet
Cures Tired, Aching, Swollen. Sweaty
Feet Callouses. Bunions and Chil
blains, right off. At all druggists, 25
for a big box.