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Week-End Edition, July 26-27, 1919.
Defeats Fast Comnanv Local Manager Says El
Team in Rattlin? Good i Paso-Phoenix Road Eace
Game at Tsleta, Texas.
Tro p h of the seventh cavalry
went don to defeat before the Tomp
k n Terriers yesterday by the score
cf 11 to 4. The feature of the same
was the hitting of the Terriers who
ecured 11 hits, six of them being
"to baggers. Florie, the star pitcher
of the H troop team had to retire
f-om the game In the third Inning on
c-count of a sore arm. Stagemeyer,
who took his place, did exceptlo-Mrtly
v ell, holding Jamski's men to six
i .ns and five hits. All the Ysleta pa
trol rum were made In the last ln
r -c The score.
TtrrVri AD R H TO A
v-nilf bs. 4 2
Ten' v c ......... 3 1
Fan ItrT 2b. ........... 2 2
Jm.sl. Cb 2 1
r'r n. lb 4 1
T-juniiTnn rf. .... . s 0
rwm-ra.1 If. ............ 4
T ilarand. ef. 2 2
rnfr. p. j o
Will Be Won by Ford.
Whoever takes first money In tho
ni Paso-PhoenJx road race must
figure on beating: SL Wall, manager ol
the Powell Anto Supply Co.. and from
the way Mr. Wall Is putting: his
stripped car over the road In try outs
It won't be an easy job. Equipped
with a roof 16 overhead valve syltnder
Wall's improvised racer Is showlns
speed that will make all entrants take
Mr. Wall Is ready to plank down his
entrance fee but according: to M. L
Xanuln, one of tne boosters for the
road race and member of the local
committee working: on the details of
the race, the fees will not be called
for until a few weeks later. "But don't
pet restless." says Mr. Kaquln to
entrants. "Just get In trim. You won't
have any trouble In fretting; us to take
o ! your money a little later. Some 14
0 a rivers nave expressed inemseives as
S o intending: to enter the race.
Totals 2S 11 li n s
Traop H. 7th Cav. AB R H PO A
Leonard lb. 1 1 2 9
Parka, rf. S B 0 0
Jenkins. If. .'3 1 1 0
McCui.y, et 3 0 o z if
Florie, p . 1 0 0 0 2
Pecan. 2b. 2 110 0
73ogb. c X 1 3 S 1
lThK BS 3 0 1 2 3
Marsh. 2b-3b. ..... 3 0 0 1 1
Stanmeyer, 3b-p. 3 0 0 2 0
Score by Innings.
TnmpkiM Tenirs .
Troop II 7th Cav. . .
two uas raw.
2; by SUsemeyer, 2. Basa on balls, by
! FTni-i 1 hr rnf fV 1. Tft on hflK Tr-
jj j rters, 6; Troop H, 3. Umpires, illller and
" ; House.
28 3 21 9 2
. 203 114 011 11 3
. 000 000 4 4 8 2
READ IXC STItEXGTHEXS.
Charley Kelschner. who Is acting: as
business agent for the Heading: club,
is doing: his best to show his ability
by getting; It on its feet. He has just
signed a Lebanon college pitcher
named Ross Schwartz for Dooln.
PLAYERS LIKED COMBS.
President Baker saved Alooney by
making Cravath the Phillies man-
lamskL pipkin& HHdebrand. Boom. Don- ager, and also by Inflicting fines on
Me Plays. White to plpalna; Leonard to . several strlKtnc- players who objected
.vahie. stmckout by Duffy, 8; by Florie, to Coombs's release as manager.
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- Standings-j BASEBALL
Texas League standinc-
W. I Pet.
Fort "Worth. 13 10 .SM
Houston 13 10 .565
Waco 12 10 .545
Shreveport 11 10 .5!4
San Antonio 12 12 .500
Dallas 10 11 .478
Beanmont ......10 11 .476
Galveston 9 15 .375
Where Ther play Snndar.
Shreveport at Beaumont.
Fort 'Worth at Houston.
Waco at Galveston.
Dallas at San Antonio,
play at same cities Monday.
American I.eaKue Standing?,
New York 44
SL Louis. 43
"Where They Play Sunday.
St. Louis at Chicago.
Detroit at Cleveland.
Philadelphia at "Washington.
"Where They Play Monday.
SL Louis at Chicago.
Detroit at Cleveland.
Philadelphia at Washington.
New York at Boston.
XaUocal League Standing.
W. L. PcL
.51 23 .613
.51 27 .654
.45 3S .563
.40 36 .506
.39 39 .500
.28 47 .373
.29 49 .272
.25 49 .333
"Where They Play Sunday.
Boston at New York.
Pittsburg at ClncinnatL
Chicago at SL Louis.
"Where They Play Monday.
Boston at New Tork.
Pittsburg at ClncinnatL
Chicago at SL Louis.
Brooklyn at Philadelphia.
Coaat League Standing.
Los Angeles. ..........62
San Francisco. 57
Salt Lake...., 53
"Where They Play Sunday.
Seattle at Vernon.
Portland at San Francisco.
Los Angeles at Sacramento.
Oakland at Salt Lake.
How far will it roll? This is the question that most concerns
the tire buyer. The tire that holds to rough roads the longest is
the cheapest You never know the cost of a tire' until it is worn
out. Long before a Kelly-Springfield gives up the ghost you
will realize that it was a bargain.
Quality Is Economy
Ford Sizes Prices
30x3 Front.,., ,$18.80
30x3U Sear $19.90
Guaranteed 75OO miles.
Compare the Prices with others.
C. P. ETJSSELL, Mgr.
Stanton at Mills (Opp. New Postoffice).
At Dallas B. II- 33.
Dallas o 5 2
Beaumont 4 9 1
Batteries: Dallas, Carpenter, Jaco
bus and Breck; Beaumont, Bailey and
At Shreveport R. H. E.
Shreveport 1 4 2
Houston 2 9 1
Batteries: Shreveport. Lewis, Napier
and Vann; Houston, Belton and Noyes.
At Waco It. ILK.
Waco 2 9 1
SaSn Antonio. 3 2
Batteries: Waco, Moore and White,
Flncber; San Antonio, Ross and Gib
son. At Fort Worth rLH.Hi
Fort Worth 1 1 0;
Galveston 0 4 0
Batteries: Fort Worth. Whlttaker
and Woodall: Galveston, Smithson and
At Salt Lake City TL H. E.
Oakland 4 9 0
Salt Lake 5 9 2
Batteries: Oakland. Hnlllnir and El
liott; Salt Lake, Markle, Stroud and
At Los Angeles It. II. E.
Seattle 1 4 0
Vernon ..4 9 I
Batteries: Seattle, Brenton and La
pan: Vernon, Dawson and Devormer.
At san tTanasco ii.ti.t2.'
Portland 11 9 i;
SaSn Francisco. 0 0 5
Batteries: Portland, Sutherland and
Baker: San Francisco, Bromley. Zam
lock and Baldwin, McKee.
At Sacramento IL H. E.
Los Angeles. 4 5 2
Sacramento 5 6 4
Batteries: Los Angeles, Pertlca and
Bassler; Sacramento, Fiercy and
At Memphis Memphis 3: Atlanta 1.
At Nashville Nashville 2; New Or.j
At Little Rock Little Rock 7;
At Chattanooga Chattanooga 2;
At Louisville Louisville 3; Kansas
At Columbus Columbus 6; Minne
At Indianapolis Indianapolis 9;
At Toledo Toledo 0: SL Paul 7.
At Des Moines Des Moines 1: SL
At okianosia city UEianoma city
4; Joplln 10.
At bioui city siour cuv 4: Oma
At Wichita Wichita 17; Tulsa 5.
MOIIGAN QUITS ORIOLES.
Ray Morgan proclaimed it as his
heart's desire to play for Baltimore
and passed up a chance for a berth
with the Phillies to join Jack Dunn's
team. Last week, however, the
former Washington second baseman
fell out with Dunn and "quit"
PENNANT RACE IS ON.
The pennant bee is buzzing in the
"Yankees' ears. Frank Baker. Ernie
Shore and Duffy Lewis all of whom
are world's series' veterans have so
enthused the younger members of
the team with world serfes players
that the Yanks talk of nothing else.
BOLEY IS A FIND.
Jack Dunn says that his best bet
of several seasons in the way of finds
Is Boley. the youngster playing short
stop for the Orioles. That's making
It pretty strong, for Dunn has been
turning out good ones regularly.
Connie Mack probably gets first'
chance at Mr. Boley.
Blacks tone Tires
are the best made
in their class and
that they offer an
to the car owner
who wants a good
medium priced tire,
EICHAHD A. AIKSA, Pres.
J. M. HARRIS, SIzr.
TIRE DEPARTMENT OP M. ADTSA & SONS, INC,
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New York. July 26. James J. Cor-
fcetL former heavyweight champion,
roundly scored referee OHIe Pecord
a few days ago for deciding that
Willard was knocked out in the third
round by Jack Dempsey at Toledo.
I never heara or such a queer
ruling." declared CorbetL "and I con
sider It very unfair. In my opinion.
Willard was knocked out in the
fourth round and I'll tell you why.
"The third round of three minutes
ended with Willard on his feeL He
wasn't beaten when he walked to his
corner. The ensuing rest of one min
ute counted for nothlnsr. If the bell
for the fourth round didn't ring, for
the sake of argumenL Willard wasn't
actually defeated until ten seconds of
what would have been tho fourth
round had elapsed.
3IEET I.V CT3TALS.
Cleveland. Ohio. July 26. Fred Al
exander, New York, and S. Howard
Vossell. Brooklyn, will meet Axel
Gravem and Robert Klnrey, of San
Francisco, in the final match of the
trl-state sectional doubles tournament
here todav for the right to enter the
national doubles competition at Bos
ton in AugusL
ADVICE TO THE SICK
BY A WELL KNOWN SPECIALIST
A thorouch. investigation should be made by every ailing man as to the specialist he con
sults. Duty and destiny to self and those who depend upon you demand the best medical
attention. The modern -way has done away with the "hit and miss" methods, and the de
mand of the times is for men in every calling whose training and experience have qualified
them to do onlv a few. things, but to do those things better and quicker than any one else. This
is especially true in the field of medicine. Treating onlv a few diseases over and over again
develops the "knack" of KNOWING HOW. This self-evident fact is amply demonstrated
by the large number of patients who tried to cure themselves, or who took chances on a "Jack of all dis
eases" instead of coming to me for proper attention in the first place.
A PHYSICIAN MUST SPECIALIZE.
The study of Medicine is as broad as life and as complex as Nature. It is, therefore, impossible for any individual to master the treat
ment of all human ills. The true Specialist is a physician who is absolutely expert in the treatment of a few diseases and one who has kept
pace with time, by discarding the old. inferior methods for modem successful ones. I began my special work 21 years ago, and have treated
thousands of patients in all walks of life, and I can sincerely say that in very few cases have I failed to bring about satisfactory results. This
is because I attempt to cure only a few ailments and those cases that I feel confident that I can cure.
I invite you to come to my office. I will explain to you my treatment for Hernia, Nervous Debility, Blood Poison, Piles, Fistula, Blad
der, Kidney and Prostatic Diseases, and give you FREE a physical examination. Every person should take advantage of this opportunity to
leam their true condition. A permanent cure is what you want.
My success in the treatment of Chronic Diseases is due to the fact that I make no snap diagnosis, never attempt to treat a case before
making a careful, searching examination that reveals the cause of the trouble. If the cause can be removed, then a cure can be effected;
otherwise no treatment is attempted. In all obscure, difficult cases I resort to a thorough chemical examination of the blood, urine and
secretions and excretions, assisted by microscopical and X-Ray examination if necessary, which, together with a careful physical examination,
usually reveals the patient's true condition.
In the treatment of these troubles I do not depend upon the administration of drugs entirely, as many do; but in addition to carefully
selected, standardized drugs I employ Electricity, Light, Heat, Vibration, Serums, Bacterins, Animal Extracts, including Honnatones and
the active principles of ductless glands. t ,
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O CONTEST FOR TITLES.
O The Pacific association or A. o
O A. TJ. has given its sanction and !
O has set the date of July IS. 19 O
and 20 for the annual Del O
O Monte, girls' swimming cham- O
O plonshtp, which is one of the O
features of the California 0 1
aauatlc season. The races on the
O first two days of the meeL
C which fall on Friday and Satur- O ,
O day. will lie in the picturesque
V open air Roman Plunge, and on i
f Sunday the scene of the final ,
O races will be in the enclosed v (
bath house at Del Monte beach.
The Roman Plunge Is one of the O
swimming show places of the
country, heing set among giant
O trees with lawns all around and O
O a sun porch and dressing rooms
surrounded by flower beds.
I offer a Reward of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) 'for anv uncomplicated case of PILES I fail to
cure without the KNIFE, LIGATURE, CAUTERY, or STRONG- ACID INJECTIONS.
Hundreds of cases cured are sending their friends afflicted as they were. I will gladly furnish any
sufferer with the names of as many as he cares to see or writto. Why hesitate or suffer longer? Way
submit to an operation with its attendant dangers, hospital fees and detention from your work? I take
all the risk and guarantee results.
A FEW OP THE MANY LETTERS I HAVE RECEIVED
Orange, N. M.. April II. 1907.
Dr. Ketchersid, El Paso, Tex.
My Dear Doctor: I have been a great sufferer from bleeding
and protruding Piles for over 40 years, and after six days treatment,
without pain. I am glad to state that I am well, and will refer all my
. friends to you. Yours respectfully.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
Tucson. Ariz., Feb. 19th. 191 7.
Dr. Ketchenid, El Paso, Tex.
Dear Sir: In reply to your letter of Jan. 24th, will say that you
completed your job on my first few visits, so that I have no need of
your services in a professional way, but shall always consider you a
friend and will drop in to see you on my first visit to El Paso. You
may give my address to anyone you wish and I will recommend your
treatment It was a complete cure in my case.
Yours very truly. J. F., Barrett. '
EI Paso. Tex., 3-30-17.
I wish to add my testimony to that of many others you have
cured and will say that your treatment for Piles is all and more
than you claim, for I have not suffered or been bothered a single
time since taking your first treatment and feel that I am entirely
cured. Very truly yours. J
B. E. MAJOR.
(CURED AT 81.)
Dear Dr. Ketchersid:
I am so well pleased with the treatment you gave me for my
PILES that I wish to tell you and especially the public about it.
I suffered with this trouble for nearly Fifty Years. I tried every
thing I could hear of. with nothing more than temporary relief
resulting. The first treatment you gave me stopped all pain, pro
trusion and bleeding and six completed my cure.
a H. PERRINE.
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tal Diseases. It will be sent in plain sealed envelope without cost or obligation. It will
tell you how and why I cure to stay cured all these troubles.
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