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BOWLING
TURNER BOWLING LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
Plyd. Won Lost P. C.
Toll* 14—10 4 .714
Koch 16 11 5 .693
Langbein 14 9 5 .639
Riedner IS 10 S .556
Haueisen ..16 8 8 .500
Zizelman 18 8 10 .444
Fritze 16 7 9 .438
iFues . 14 6 8 .429
Lassner ..• 14 5 9 .360
(Grasso 16 4 12 .255
• Zizelman's Zuzus and Riedner's
Pioneers finished their schedule of
games last night on the Turner alleys
by dividing the honors. W. Riedner
finished the league by rolling a clean
aheet, clearing the alleys in every in
ning.
McAllister. Zizelman. Beisner, F.
Geyer, Keller and Prochnow each de
aerve credit for their good work in pill
ing np the pins. H. Beisner scored four
splashes in each game last night.
Scores:
First Game.
Zizelman ~ ..48 37 44 45 53 53—280
Riedner 34 34 52 48 53 34 —255
Second Game.
Riedner 48 47 46 61 34 54—200
Zizelman .. . .31 47 51 36 46 44 —255
Line-up.
Zuzus: W. Zizelman. captain: McAl
lister, Leitner. Herweck. Jungkiuu,
Boclhauwc. Runge. F. Geyer, H. Beis
ner. '
Pioneers: W. Riedner, captain; H.
Tolle, W. Keller. A. Phillipps, J. Proch
now, J. Fentiman, Schroeder. Huth.
A SOCIAL GAME.
The Beethoven alleys last night were
the scene of a very sociable contest be
tween the Alamo Iron Works and So
cials.
Each succeeded in downing the other
for one game. The scores were better
than has been the rule for this class
of teams, showing a great deal of im
provement aS the men get used to the
•Ileys, Koch, Clemens, Pasche. Lawson,
and Sauer were tlie pin
getters last night.
Scores:
First Game.
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1— 1
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A. I. W 44 53 47 44 35 64—387
Socials 17 53 31 50 45 40—236
Second Game.
Socials .. ....73 42 44 51 64 26—300
A I. W 58 58 45 48 35 26—370
RESULTS IN
BIG LEAGUES
Detroit. 2; St. Louis. 0.
Washington, 6-2; New York, 4-3.
Boston. 6-4; Philadelphia, 5-1.
Chicago-Cleveland, rain.
Ply’d. Won. Lost. P.C.
Detroit 54 35 19 .648
Philadelphia .. ..51 28 23 .549
i Boston 53 29 24 .547
Cleveland 51 27 24 .529,
New York 50 25 25 .500
Chicago 49 . 23 26 .496
[Washington 50 19 31 .380
'St. Louis '. 52 19 33 .365
Pittsburg, 5; Philadelphia, 3.
Standing of ths Clubs.O
Plyd. Won. Lost. P.C.
Pittsburg 51 38 13 .745
Chicago 53 35 18 .660
New York 46 24 22 .522
Cincinnati 54 28 26 .519
Philadelphia .... 49 24 25 .490 I
St. Louis „.53 23 30 .431
Brooklyn 50 17 33 .340:
Boston 48 13 35 .271'
Mobile. 2; Atlanta, 1.
Memphis. 3; Birmingham. 2.
Montgomery, 10; Little Rock, 1
New Orleans.-Nashville. rain.
Ply’d. Won. Lost. P.C.
Mobile 57 34 23 .596 i
J New Orleans 55 32 23 .582
! Atlanta 55 31 24 .564
[Nashville 51 28 23 .549
Little Rock ...... „54 29 25 .537 [
Montgomery ’.. ..53 25 28 .472 |
[Birmingham .. ..57 24 33 .421 [
Memphis 56 16 40 .286 [
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
SAN ANTONIO LIGHT AND GAZETTE
MIST FINED, i
TAKES APPEAL
C, S. Fowler Claims He Did
Not Violate the City's Auto
mobile Speed Law.
Charged by* the police with having
operated an automobile along Houston
street at a speed which, in the opinion
of Police Sergeant Joe Knaus and Pa
trolinan Darrow, was between 15 and
20 miles an hour, C. S. Fowler was be
fore Judge Buckley in the police court
this morning.
The specific, charge against the de
fendant was that of violating the ordi
nance regulating the speed of an auto
mobile within the city limits, which is
fixed at 8 miles. The police testified
that the alleged speeding upon which
the charge was based occurred yester
day afternoon on West Houston street,
between the bridge and Soledad street.
The. defendant pleaded not guilty to
the charge, saying that he was run
ning on the intermediate at the time
he was haled by the officers. When
Judge Buckley ini]sised a $25 fine, coun
sel for defense gave notice of appeal.
GENERAL LIVE
SPORT NOTES
Sam Langford is a genuine black
valentine. He was born Feb. 14, 1880.
Abe Attell is teaching .TohA Mad
den’s two sons bozing at Sheepshead
Bay.
Manager McGraw of the Giants says
that the present season will show Chris
ty Mathewson to be the king of al’
Umpire Evans chased Kid Elberfeld
from the lot recently because the Kid
told him he was worse than Rigler. •
After his bont with Kreddie Welsh at
Boston Phil Brock returned to Cleve
land and declared he was robbed.
That's what thev all sav.
Garry Herrmann, chairman of the
National baseball commission, will at
tend the Elks' convention in Los An
geles next month. To elect Garry grand
exalted ruler is said to be on the docket.
If the Pittsburg Pirates continue at
their present gait, what is to become
of the Chicago Cubsf There'll be no
No. 4 pennant breezing in the breezes
at Breezeville.
Both Detroit and Cleveland have
plucked fine young catchers from the
bushes. Stanage with the Tigers and
Easterly with the Naps have been show
ing some beautiful goods behind the
plate.
Bobbie Vaughn, the Princeton recruit
who joined the New York Yankees, is
no relation to .Tim Vaughan, who was
released by the same club last spring.
Bob uses but one “a - ’ in spelling his
name.
Rill Lange, who used to perform in
Chicago's garden in the days of Anson,
is now the official Cincinnati scout in
the California field.
Kid McCoy says "that all the bouts
at his Paris fight club must he on the
level. The Kid said this in English in
stead of French, a “faux pas" right
at the blow whistle.
Nap Lajoie makes a bluff as if he in
tended to bunt nearly every time he
comes to bat .for the purpose of bring
ing together the infield. It’s ancient
bunk, still the infielders fejt
for it.
George Moriarity of Detroit says noth
ing can keep Washington from finish
ing the season in front of New York,
Philadelphia and Boston. George’s mind
must have been wandering on account
of Washington taking three out of four
from Detroit.
'A friend of Cy Young, the Cleveland
pitcher, took him through a shoe fac
tory in Lynn recently and before the
big fellow had finished going over the
plant a pair of shoes had been made to
order for him.
We deliver to any part of the city
Beer at retail. Star Liquor Co.. 121 W.
Commerce St. Both phones 2794.
FIND WRECK AND
RECOVERS CARGO
Associated Pre«s
Milwaukee. Wis.. June 22.—Captain
John Claussen, master of the steamer
Soper, reports having located the sunk
en steamer Eber Ward in the straits
of Mackinac and with the aid of a
diving bell, said he had removed 14,000
bushels of corn, part of the Ward’s
cargo of 57,000 bushels.
Advice to the Agea.
Age brings infirmities, such as slug
gish bowels, weak kidneys and blad
der and TORPID UVER.
Tutt’sPills
have a specific effect on these organs,
stimulating the bowels, causing them
to perform their natural functions as
in youth and
MPARTING VIGOR e—a
to the kidneys, bladder nr.d LIVER,
they ere adapted to old and young.
QUEEN VICTORIA OF
SPAIN IS MOTHER AGAIN
Lagranja, Spain, June 22.—Queen Victoria gave birth to a daughter early
today. • •
The accouchement was in every re spect successful. Dowager Queen Chris
tina. mother of King Alfonso, and Princess Beatrice, mother of Queen Victo
ria, were at the bedside of her majesty.
MUST TALK
ENGLISH IN
POLICE COURT
Bart DeWitt, chief inquisitor in the
police court, this morning declared bis
intention of taking upon himself the re
sponsibility of teaching the majority of
Mexicans who appear in the police cour*
the English language, or at least to
use it in giving testimony before Judge
Bucklev.
“I know that jut of every dozen
Mexican haled before your honor, three
fourths of them can ipuk the English
language sufficiently well to make
themselves nm^rstood.’' said Prosecu
tor DeWitt. “I know they sell veget
ables and do other things and will talk
an arm off of a prospective purchaser
of their wares, using the English lan
guage. but because of some peculiar
ailment, they forget the language when
they come before the court. They want
to give their testimony in Mexican.'’
“Such a practice should he stopped,’’
continued Mr. DeWitt, “and I propose
to do it. if there is a means. Tam get
ting tired of acting a prosecutor for the
city and also an interpreter. It takes up
much valuable time. I believe that when
a bird can sing and won't sing, it
should be made to sing.’’
PETITION CONGRESS
ON COASTWISE TRAFFIC
Associated Press.
Washington. D. C„ June 22.—Gover
nor Haskell and twenty-two other state
officers of Oklahoma, including the jus
tices of the supreme court, joined in a
petition to congress through Represcu
tative Creager asking that all coast
wise traffic be placed under the juris
diction of the interstate commerce com
mission.
HARRIMAN IS
0.K., THANK YOU
Associated Press.
Vienna, June 22.—The condition of
E. 11. Harriman was reported at noon
todav as good. Accompanied by mem
bers of his family he planned to leave
Vienna this afternoon for Semmering, a
mountain resort about fifty miles from
the Austrian capitol. Members of the
party are denying themselves as much
as possible to newspaper men.
MEXICAN GIRL STABS
HERSELF NINE TIMES
Mazatlan, Mex., June 22. —Isaura
Villatuveo, a Spanish woman, who
figured in a sensational manner in the
recent Yaqui uprising, committed sin
cide yesterday by stabbing herself nine
times. The woman, declaring herself the
Joan of Arc of the Yaquis, sought to
incite the Indians to revolt against the
Mexican government.
BIG ATTENDANCE
AT MERCHANTS'MEET
Special Dispatch
Temple, Tex.. June 22. —A large rep
resentation is here at the opening of
the session of the Texas Retail Mer
chants’ association here this morning.
The welcoming address was delivered
by Mayor William Ginnuth. The ses
sions will continue three days.
CUCUMBERS
MEASURE
TWO FEE
Four big cucumbers each from two
feet to thirty inches in length have
been presented to the Publicity League
and will furnish dainty dishes of iced
cucumbers for the Dutch lunch to be
given by the league boosters Thursday
night.
, The cucumbers were raised by F. C.
Suchy, 30 Probandt street, whose hobby
lis gardening. They are known as the
.telegraph variety and often reach a
length of three feet. They were grown
।by Mr. Suchy from seed imported by
| him from London. Only a few weeks
are required for their development.
ARCHBISHOP DONTEN
COMING HERE ON VISIT
On a tour of this country which will
end at British Columbia, Archbishop
Donten. superior general of the Oblate
Fathers, will pay a visit to San An
tonio next week.
Rev. Donten will arrive in New York
within a few days. Father J. H. Quinn
of St. Mary’s church of this city leaves
Thursday for New York, where he will
meet him and accompany him to this
city. He will be the guest while here
of the Oblate Fathers and the Catholic
clergy and laity of the city.
SOOTHING OIL CURES THE
SKIN.
Tender Skins of Children Soothed by a
Mild Liquid Compound.
Have you ever tried a few drops of
an oil of wintergreen compound for skin
trouble* It seems to be about the onlv
safe and sure cure for eczema, salt
rheum, tetter, ringworm and kindred
diseases.
The liquid is so mild that it is used
with wonderful soothing effect on the
lender skins of infants.
To prove efficacious, the oil of win
tergreen must be mixed with thymol
and glycerine, as in the Prescription of
Dr. D. D. Dennis, the eminent akin spe
cialist. The compound is known as
D. D. D. Prescription. Used with D.
D. D. Soap it appears to be infallible.
A. J. Brand, 1128 Joliet street, New
Orleans, La., writes:
“About five years ago when my
daughter was about three months old
she had eczema very badly. Her neck
was one solid mass of sores, and we
tried everything possible to relieve her,
but to no purpose. The doctor we call
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We began using D. D. D. Prescription,
and after using two bottles she was as
well and happy a child as you can see
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“My youngest daughter, now two
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did not lose any time in applying D. Q.
D.. and it needed only a few applica
tions to heal her neck. I also use D.
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sults. ”
Drop in st our store nnd we will tell
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D. D. Prescription.
A M. Fischer, druggist;
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FREE—Consultation, X-Ray Examination and Advice—FßEE
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DOG ROPER’S WILD THROW
GETS HIM INTO TROUBLE
Charged with having engaged in a
fisticuff on Military plaza yesterday
afternoon, Simon Garza, one of the city
official dog ropers, and Manuel Lopez,
an employe of a commission company,
faced Judge Bucklev in the police court
this morning. The dog roper was found
guilty and a fine of $l6 imposed. Lopez
was dismissed.
The testimony showed that while en
deavoring to lasso a “pero pelon.” or
a hairless dog, the rope held by Roper
Garza caught the arm of Lepez, whe
WILL APPEAL TO
U. S. SUPREME COURT
New Orleans La.. June 22.—That an
appeal will be taken to the United
States supreme court by his attorney,
was the announcement mads here today
by Avery Blount, condemned to death
for the murder of Buz Brceland, hie
wife and daughter in Tangipapoa par
ish, La., a few months ago. The supreme
court of Louisiana affirmed the de
cision of the lower court condemning
Blount to death on the gallows.
TEXAN WANTS TO LET
PUBLIC IN ON IT
Washington, D. C., June 22. —That
any information which a member of
the house calls for or uses in connection
with financial or revenue legislation
should be at the disposal of all mem
bers alike, is the opinion of Represen-
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was busy unloading a wagon e f peaches.
A quarrel ensued, Garza contenffing that
Lopez, had purposely caught the rope,
the other declaring it was accidental.
Garza then proceeded to pummel Lepcx
in the face with his knocked him
down into the gutter and-leaped on tap
of him, Where ho is alleged to have
"mauled” him until bystanders inter
fered.
The trouble was ended by the appear
ance of Fmit Inspector Theo. Ander*
sen, who placed the aenple under arent
and escorted them to the eity hall.
tative Hardy of Twcm who inteadaeed
a resolution to prevent members from
obtaining irrtoareation frrm of
the government service when that In
formation was not made politic.
We deliver to any part of the city
Beer at retail. Star Liquor Co., 131 W.
Commerce St. Both phones 2794.
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